do
| We otf&r the above as usual C’Aean I
I JO. NEW BOLD
Nr-vem’mr 7th

Sen oAfl si
HIGJU-UMBB
PoitiMitu e
Dona at cm*
UP-TO-D»1l photo gallery,
64 •('»;' ».()■: ■THK»’T (\ rt rt!
! rt!
l • 4- th'.OFR V,
ropf
A Jtliii .L* .—V

GOOD WINES!
GOOD WINES!
A LARGE VARIETY OF
SUPERIOR BORDEAUX WINES, SPANISH WINES,
RHEINE WINES.
in time for the approaching holidays.
Boland’s Pharmacy
LOWER HENRY STREET.
Arrived!
MULES, MULES.
EX S. 8. “ GRENADA,”
25 LARGS A; MEDIO I MULES
To be seen at my stables corner of Richmond and Lower
Prince Street.
JT liIBBIHO’
TO A LOVER OF TEA
Thore is no more delicious
drink. To meet this the
CITY DRUG STORE
Has a blend of' CEYLON TEA the best of its kind. Jos': give it a trial
and you will be convinced by its exoallont taste and flavour.
EUTHYMOL PABTE, TABLETS <& CREAM for the teeth, breath and
skin. This is the latest prodnotiou of medioal science.
BROMO-SODA St BROMO-SELTZER to quiet your nerves and regulate
your stonaaoh.
MINERAL WATERS—Vichy, Celestins and Graule-Grllle ; Carabana
Hunyadi Janos, Carlsband 4a.
GEO. VERS ELLES,—Druggist,
NIGHT BELL. 17a Park Street.

Tasso, Tasso.
Fillet €|wiiiit.j
JUST LANDED
FOR SALS BY
LUOIEN F. AMBARI) AND SON,
3, CHARLOTTE STREET,
14th Nov 1900

-3 WATSON’S xxx
«« Old Bonded
1 1 OLBNLIVBT WHISKY g
J s
•OD C“*
Ti' is a pure matured spirit of very superior flavour oa
*«< 1 and style and enjoys a very popular position
Ǥ wherevor ntroduced. S
u â– â– â– '>< mi
JS Supplied to all Ltading HoUls & Olubt
= A » » of this high-class Whisky will certainly «
| result in *pproc’A , loc. Bend your orders, at once to F*
j Agent*.
! LEE LUM & CO,
car*
«> , POBX-OF.BI'AIN.

WIFE NOTIUE.
T9K publlo it hereby nrtlGed that 1
" will not responsible f r sty debt
or debts oont.r«ot*d by my wlf«. Anrelina
Masout du Freitas, she bavkg lefts my
house and protection alcoe three months
ago.
JtCINTBC Dv FFI* ITA'T
N v At, thai.vlw otuet
J .

FOR SALE.
A CRKOLK BUILT BUGGY
PONY AND H.4BNKBS.
FCR CASH OR ON MODERATE TERMS-
Apply |o
P. BLANO,
No, 89, B«l D y River,
Duke butiul Bridget

VIOLET FRERES, Teuir (France) |
Tlx© only House for
/Mppgft gYRnH is a savoury drink, eminently tonic and appetising. It is made â– 
of old red wines,exceptionally generous,put into contact with cinchona â– 
bark and other hitter substances of lirst quality, it borrows Irom all H
B|g|ggfe:» these substances an agrcvuble flavour and some precious cordial and I
febrifuge properties, and it owes to the natural wines which alone I
eBYBRiIj Colltri bute to it ß preparation, its high hygienic superiority,
r A* an appetising and tonic SYRP.H should he taken cure, at a dose of |
claret glass.
ffljjgM Mixed with cold water, and in preference with seltzer or soda water B
9nl|||*p it makes a drink which perfectly refreshes without debilitating.
SPElwSmumE X)6p6t in PORT OF SPAIN : A. K. BOLAND
f^^^couaHX*cc^^
t DELANGRBNIER'S %
} Nafe Lozenges j
€ Mfccrt «rk» say HnktiriMa «r wklt M C* %
f warn »Bk, •*!»•* vary tMsak. ilH.Iv l 3 J IUO )
€ . ... n, ru «m totoU-Ptrm, «ad a*B OmmUm J

NEW PIANOS
JUST RECEIVED
Several " STERLING” PIANOS in
black caeee, some with 3 ped.Ug
good end cheap.
OTTO HANDS,
BRINSMEAi) PIANOS
STERLING ORGANS
with 11 stops for only $50.00
C&X.L AT
H. MONCEAUX
Corner r.f Queen A FredsrUk Ptreeta
JOH N I OGIE
CLOTHIER & CUTTER
Begß lo notify h?s friends end Oas
tomers that be has receive'! » lsrg<
and new morfcment of
SW * -JD- *.
Coatings
Ac., Ac., Ao.
so avoid disappoTTitmoct jiea#
leave order/? early.
JOHN LOOIK.
'"TUB: SCOTIA”
8/11/QS M«»iur. k'otnre.

IMPORTANT
THE PUBMO is hereby notified that
Mr Jchn Mitobel, late Wtahr r and
Pressor, ' not Dyer” (tor h\\ tbo yeiog
has always been done by nr «o;f, tny
assistants ere only for washing, p-easing
and mending) haring been cisebarged,
has therefore no connection wth my
establishment.
All parcels sent mo should be ad addressed
dressed addressed R. J. J. OLAMKNS, Tdnidad
Dye Works. Comer of Dace and George
Streets,
N.B,~Abo*o oan'l be mistaken ; its
the largest end o< ly reliable Clean! g
and Dyeing Establishment in the West
Indies.
Horse?, Horses,
Landed To-dsy
Fx H. H ** Grenada ” from
New York.
EIGHT o icfu' ' <"t o»« d ndsty'lrb
t-rd-’n air! I) 'c )!,:» » f ...
â–  PM H sckM â–  )Jl> matched
l Blnk Msre m ’ match
1 Oiay uo :< r :sd<’l« draft
1 Dapple Q,-a ? Mar-?—A ferf ct aolmrl
and gtntlc.
I Bsy Mare—A stylish anirasl,
1 B»| Mare— A beauty.
Ihe above animals laveh?fr re’eote 1
by a judge ar-d tl qb offers aâ–  , opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to purchaser? r.quiri j really
good horga
To be tesn at cur Stable? and f»r
>M b»
HUNTER fr>KKETR A CO.,
btb Oof 19W Svuth Quay,

IMPROVED STILLS
isr DISTILLING S RECTIFYING
-J.BRANCHES, RUMS,
_ «—]»• : ' 1 SKR.TS, etc.
W OEROi FILSAINt
— M- MAKER
=2j Pi, rue di> Theatre, 75
msumn immt=z£SH~. IPAR i S
GUIDE-BOOK lor Distillers ol Brandies, Estin Estintial
tial Estintial Oils. etc. mawuai for Distillers ot BOMS and
ILLUSTRATED PRICE lists tree on application.

SUPERS CQNdEtiVEi
LOVLII3 of high class preserves of
eu* delicious Tropioal fruits oan
have
til \i 324 | Jf*i)k % k,&h*
AND
MaUMaLADKS. tic.
of the firg-t class made from saleoted
fruit only by iha uadarsigued, The
following ia a list of the preserves
kept on head.
Yb*BHBVBD LIMFB,
aj GUaV *3,
do MAM EY APPLE,
do SU* JLiDUK
do BREA 'FLU IT Ii LOWERS
do TaMA RINDS,
do GULDEN APPLES,
co PAi'AUo,
ao PINE APPLEB.
GUAVA J'LLY,
uUava marmalade,
UKANGE MARMALADE,
MAMEX JELLY,
GJLL-EN APPLE JELLY,
GOVERNOR PLUM J&.LLY
Boasted Cashew Nu s,
JAMS of ovary tropical fruit grown in
Trinidad on hand or made «o erdur.
Mixed and Plain Ptcklas, dulled
Peppers, Solomon Gaudy.
Give us a Triax.
CATHERINE WaLTEE.3,
9, B®, Jmu.fi Street.
jjdf % Mari na
REAii JAPAN LIQUID
BLACKING
PRODUUBS
A BRILLIANT
AND
LAETiNG POLISH
Marday Dredoing for Brown Quota and
Shoe*,. wEI clean end remove eftai i.i with
enfe darkening the Leather
soa
Polish is Waterproof
Will not rub.aff net *oh the ck ’bie j.
JULIANIIt WCHERdIiO.
Bol* t
Bull Uok A.c

■ . *" »*«!
Run iJj STOUT
The Perfootion rs
iottiud Beers,
To be obtained of all tbe
Prinoiyal Dealers,

BARGAINS
IN
Watches & Jeweller;
IHE un Vrijjnad beg* to inform i
numerous friends and Custom#!
that ho has jus) opened up hla fig
Ojiifiigtmeus oi
CHRISTMAS GOODS
am jngfit which it a splendid lot of
CHEAP WATCHES.
Wccth double the prioeo at whiobfej
are marked.
JEWELLERY,! JEWELLERY!!
(Jt mpiieiL g Gentlemen's Gold and Star
Aloort ,L hfiii.t, Liotes Queen Ohsks,
Gold and hi rer Chains, Gold Isa
fcatety kins, Brooches, Earrings, Fingsr
Ricgtf, Bracelets.
ELEUIRU PLATED WABE-Star
Souvenir. Tea Spoons, Soldiers of #»
Qaeeu, quite a novelty, and nommlill
" other articles marked down atpitak
defy Gvmpeiiliou—Call ear’y thuWm
if &you wieh to sscore some of Ibw
Exceptional Bargains,
J, ADHEMAB PEBBZ,
Wsjch Maker A Jtwtit
Ccrnor i f Q lean & Frederick BtreA
Port-cf-Spain— Opp-Uti W. 0. SOS
& 00.
Noriofi.
jV OT CE is hereby given tint Ik
AN pa'cLgrehip ou icess carried on f
to ttus flay between Juiitu Hear?
Arche-, Clement branch Osh u
Albert Cdf Dtviea u derths atyla o
ti.ru of JILI AN H. A BOH IB A Qoi,h
been umoived as from this day; ana Ik
the earns will be oarned on by Iks a
Julian Henry Archer and AIN® 0<
Davies under the asms style or . '
Julian H. Abcheb & Co.
Dated at Port-of-Spain, lfllh ,Kan
her, 1900.
JULIAN H.aBJHIBAOQ
hOu SALeTeBI OH2AP.
NE Lana’s Low Bed Patent D*
Circular Law Mill with Osrrisp
ceu ioug aud Pa.euS 54 toh J
One ‘24 inoh Doubla Surfaoar
Planer aDd Matcher. Oironiart*
Soeei Line Shaft and Steel Wm
Deiting and other Minos Maolanw
appliances for Creole Lumber.
Efficient as rf/,.rds Issie »*W!
Heavy Hardwoct /. oga, Planmf Vm
and Grooving. Mot Air?. BeaffiM *
Apply to
Di. CHAO. A, IliW. I
Nj 8* urrtsr^s
L.ajji«;B KNOW J
SJELLUiB toi Photos, TWt
and Typet
BELLEBB for Fancy
of every deacnption
ASK fO* HU
SHOW A
NOTIOB.
COR INVE msta
I irom |6lio to *6ooo—To^ 0 * j
ALEX V. M. I
„|| o ltor*Oo I
l‘;th L w-r Pn- r«SWC«‘* I
i Wn .-lb_b I
ii\)E JiKNT* I I
, n.w.y
1 he,t . h, t’; •» *g|
' f wflii B v,r t " ■ (n'« *SI
Strlion. He I mo.e^
ouUr. apply *o. A8D nH 1
I
18.
- mm** f *1
The PoßT'cr-Sr* 1 * tjKft'i
and r ubiflbe d «^ y cfc- «W* ( #|
SauvaKore at «o- B yX *** Jll
us ‘
tiloa lions, A
looeeived. I
L.



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Port of Spain gazette

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Title:
Port of Spain gazette
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain Trinidad
Publisher:
Port of Spain Gazette
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Frequency:
Daily (except Sunday)[<Feb. 22, 1941->]
Daily[ FORMER <Sept. 21, 1925->]
daily
regular
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Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) ( lcsh )
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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THE
PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE.

No. 4,964 VOL. XX.

» v* > ir r* rw* ir\
AI/Ail DU i.N D
PIIOPERTY RESISTS R
FOB BENT,
I4BLVILLE COTTAGE now occupied
I*l by Thoe. Boyd Heq.. oor. *r of
Olarooon and Barrack Stieets—P n«.
lion 16th Tear*, 1900,
FOB BEET.
pOITAGE situate at corner of i'onlir
V Road and Daroeul’i Lane B 'lin- oomprtaing Drawing, Dining an i 8 bbd bbdroomi,
roomi, bbdroomi, front and aide galleria*. s able
accommodation and usual out e dices.
Immediate possession.
WANTED,
h"
AGOOr house'nerr the Rr.vatn*.
About three bedrooms an > u ml
out office* and itables. About $4 or
MO pm month,
FOB BENT.
â–  -
" QILVKR FERN VILLA/’ dceiribie I
S~ and oommodious residence, Pro,
Olarenoe Street, opposite the Govern*
wotlitboratnry beautifully situate i r ear
tha Savannah—with every convenience
!or a family resldenoc, Ooaob b use
sod (tabling and large yard,
73
m
SEE OUR
SPECIMENS
of;
"tfflUlß .TOMBSTOHBS,
call at
ADaMoOVB,
t ‘»»u -fill g| Cpaic,

The Third Week
of; our
SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE
WILL BEOIN ON
MONDAY THE 19th,
And will only last but one week. As 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 :
Our Roaster* »nd Bakers, ,The price 840 81 08, 182. This we k 64
730, 840.
Combination Dipprr—the *prioe 240 ; this week 16 coots.
Oue new Lightning Sieve, The prioe 24c, this week 150
Offenders, full family sizs. The prioe 300 this week 16c
Lightning Egg Beaters and Cresm Whip The prioe 20c |thie week 2c
Our assortment of Steamers. The prioe 40 a and 48c, this week 78 an 1 860.
Our Lightening Erg Beater. The prioe ho ; this week 8o
Butter Spades. The price 15, lSo'and 240 : this week 8,10 and 12
Self Healing Pie Tins, The prioe 240 ; this week 18c
Our Perfection (lake Tins. The prioe 80 and 400 ; this week 22 and 82 i
Oar OJeau Out Oafee Tins The price 200 ; this week Jso
U T Mao line or Eg* Beaters. The prioa 40 and 600. This week 24 snd S6o
Graduated Measures The price 48o; this week 320
Security Kettles The prioa BS, 66 and 600 ; this weak 28. 38 and 400
Dripping Paus. The prioa 20, 86 and 40o; this week 18. 24 and
Steam (Jereal (locker. The prioe 720 end 1 08 ; this week 600 and 78 i
Emeral Green Wa|nr Seta—>l large jug aud 6 tumblers. The prioa {1 20
this week 700
Emeral Geen Dishes. The prioe 18. 20. 24,80 and 800. Thin week 14.
16. 18 22 and 24
4£ inch Ice Orrarn Piates The prioe 0o ; this week 4o
Oval and Round Glass Dishes. The prioe 16, 18 and 2io ; thie «e< kB,
10 and 160
Card Receivers— assorted colours—the prioa 880 ; this weak 200
China Fruit Dishes The price 840 and 182 : this week 46 and 85 and
many other articles too numerous to raeatbn, Iu fan*! this
Week’s Bargain Sale is a collection of
Useful Household Articles
FOR THE
Coming Holiday Mm,
We wish it to be distinctly understood that these prices are for oFOT ,
GASH and for one weßk only, after that the usual prioe will be oha'sed. I
ONLY AT
WMB 64 IHKKAM» ;
'
GfiJLGhi J)e GAM\ & Co
No, 6, | Frederick Street.

The largest Benefit Society in the Wet indies

The Sunbeam Benefit Society , Ltd.
You may anQer from ILLNESS,
You may meet with and ACCIDENT,
an you must face DEATH.
Policies giving protection in these different olroumstanees are laeued by the
Sooiety, at a weekly premium of SIX GENTS and Upwards.
Special policies to Professional men, Clerks and others insuring £2 10 0 weekly
iu oeee of Illness or Aooident, £26 at Death.
I’tnom residing in the Country dutricti having no local agent are inviUd to
oorrupond with the Society.
Interest paid Annually to all Policy holders not having drawn benefits during
the preceding twelve months.
Over 8000 oiaims have been paid in Trinidad.
â– very information afforded to those desiring to beooms Policy holders,
A. HANSON.. -Secretary A Manager.
NOTE —Xbr Sooiety Is always prei«red,to employ onpeble. honest and Industrious
men as Agents,

NATIONAL
Auiruce Gty.
OFIRBLAND
Bi*i3tiSH«D.... 1822
Capital •• —£1,000,000
Fubdß (over) ••• 600,000
Head Orvios —3 College Green, Du'Jlu
The undersigned having been
appointed Agknt »ud Attohnky for
the FIRE DEPARTMENT, it pre prepared
pared prepared to accept Risks at Current
Ralee,
FRED E. BOOT 1,
4, St Vincent Bt., Port-of-Spcin.
Telephone— 126
FOR BALE-A BARGAIN.
One Soda Machine
By a CHAPELLfc.
Complete snd in good working order
Apply at 19 Upper Phase fit

TRINIDAD, SAfUItDAi NOVEMBER 21, U*oo

A Good Opportunity
YOB
A CASH PURCHASER.
THE ;.,undor*igned is about leaving
the Colony and will like to dispose
of bla stnble (land exaluiire) sbed,
iuo'ndirig sl»o the followin* Carriages
and Horaes :
Thro * Deceit Lat dnaux, i Viototia, 1
Barouche 1 Dcub’e Buggr, 7
iplendid Ho sts and 2 Donkeys.
Also (be following pKpertles :
No 36a Nelatw Street
No 14i Nelson Stieot
No 46* Upper Price a Street
No 4 Duke BVeet.
The above will be sold together ni
separately.
For particular* apply to
JULES THKODOBB,
No 39, Upper Priuoe Street,
FOR SALE-
A COTTAGE on Belmont Circular
with all ooLvenfenoea for s family.
FOR RUNT,
A Small Cottage on Kacallier Ltnde.
A. M. CAM Pd.
13th Novi

TRINIDAD
Building and Loan Association.
No. Si MARINE SQUARE, F.
LOAN Meetings will be held in the
Office of the A-eooiation on the first
TUESDAY of tiorr month to reeeive
b ; iis for
LOANS ON PROPERTIES,
And fix tbho rate of premiums,
LOANB ON SHARES
May be applied for and granted to
members at any time without above
formality at 8 per cent interest per
annum, without premium.
For further particulars apply to the
undersigned, at the office, between the
hours of 8 »,,m. and 4 p-m.
ALEX. F MATHISON,
Secretary and Treasurer.
THE
CO-OPERATIVE ICE DEPOT,
East [Dry l»iv r,. Quany St,
Ice at all Horn s
lc, PER POUND,
Sold by
A. GONZALES.
oa White Enver 8c per lb, PC
Blended Tea 8 per pkta, >•
PH Icing Sugar 12c per lb H
u Oetron I'os', Jatn-, Fruits in >~j
w b yrnp O
0 Biscuit*, Potted Maa'e, £
o Bt. Julien Wine, Bt. OQ
cm and Vin Gre*..s, York Hams,
Riast Mu f ton : Boiled Beef.
2 Salmon, Kippered &
Herring*
c/3 Herriogs a la Sardines, Petite o
pa Buis, a
_) Haricots, Verts, Beet Root, 2
93 Carrots 5
•< Gapers, O i*es, Pickles White ™
and Bln k Pepper
03 rn
O AMO >
o w
Garfield Tea, Female Oorreotive »■
£ Herb r;
S Herbals Smoking Mixture, Oooa
-g Kola Wine M
m Wampole's Bee’, Iron and Wine
jjg Wampr.lo’s O, L. Oil
U 4 Soott Emuhion and Kepler O L
K Oil with malt extract, ?
AT
F, A. BRUNTON,
Drnggiit.
Cor. of Park A Charlotte Strs.
Fort of Spain,

FOR SALE
AT THE
Electric Light
and
Power (Jo.
800-lbs BOILER OOMPOBITION
200 OLD BOILER TUBES more
or less.
OLD COPPER, OIL CASK.
Apply at ‘.be oQioe.
EUGENE WEIIKKIND,
Secretary,
FOR RENT RENTTHAT
THAT RENTTHAT eoaimodlooe retidenoa Nos. 4
end 6 VTeilii gton Terrene etely
oooupled by Mrs Bolodad *ou Bsudlts
ocmpletoly furnLb<-d, very 00c I and
healthy, Bent only |»0 per mouth,
For further particulars please apply to
l. N. HARRIMAN A CO

iPiii hmm
FANCY Amounting to $17,000 00 Kecftived by Liverpool and Mail
Steamers. They have been bought personally for us by
JAMES SKEOCH ESQ.
Trmid id’s Best and most experiencod Buyer,
ALL KINDS OF FANOV AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
At from 25 o/o to 60 o/o under Regular Frioes.
LADIES ATTENTION * eaPe* to a lot of 10 Dozou
Fancy c ilk Parasols
-NOT TWO ALIKE,
CHOICE & LOVELY GOODS would bo sold iu the regular
way at from $G 00 to S.BOO eaoh and cheap, at that we
have priced them at from $2,40 to $3 GO eaoh.
To those having lirst cho’ce any bhade and style can bo had,
We again ask Ladle* to see these as Ihey are the
emariegi & most oholoe lot ever offered at the
prices.
MAGNIFICENT ABbOKTMKNT OF— OFs<*
s<* OFs<* ill her fselis
In 1,1 J A ljJ Inoh in assorted shades and Buoklesat from 120 to 24c each,
Nothing can touch these in the City.
ffilHtfs tei Sargaio Uits,
SKEOCH & CO.
f üblic Benefactors an i Friends of the Voor ,
' rwmmm " 1 ■ 11 ■—■ ' I•■*■*-*-■ w.i ■«n—ims ii i iwnwiniwis n m. jKmmzwm
k file laiastnis.
oq -———
LAND FOR RSSNT 6IT RAP.
The Estate known as Laventille
Situated about oua act a Jhalf mils from tha
City, and comprising over
300 AOHEB OF MOLT FERTILE LAND,
(ALLiFACING ST. JUAN’S ROAD)
Will be out In lc(* 100 x 60 iauj. Theae land* are now plantid In
coconut*, fruit trees of *i! dosoriptiou *»u i p»r» and guinea Aa oppoetunity
i* uow offered the industrious snau »: w,m»n to oot«ia at a cheap ront.al I u of
land which may be oonvurted Into paying vojaUiile garden* auuamali homea theraon.
for further particular* apply to
V. A. AifSA., —Bruuawiok Hqaare.
17th July, 1900.

COCONUTS BOUGHT i
Fully ripe and sound Cocoa- j
nuts bought at
THK TRINIDAD OIL FACTORY I
on taa
LA BASSE .
tar CASH ON OELIV * RY
O-O TO
Ross‘s >se
KING BTREET
FOR FOR-
- FOR-

ips iJSitiffis
-AND*.
GODLEN FLEECE
TOBAvJOOS.
Ar* now excep ,io\*aUv Ro< J, and
wiii o ntioae to hi â– <:
BOTH BRANDB 0F TOBAQGO
ara now put up iu 2 oa. tins,
ic addition to tho usual 4 oa.
tins that they have hitherto
beou packed iu.
*7it w the 2os Tins a trial;
you will Itke them

)AILY 2 JENiS

A Close Shave:
That GRAPS PLOT OF
is badly needing Trimming.
We sell
NICE, LIGHT, BANDY
LAWN * MOWERS,
GARDEN SBEAtW,
GARDEN HOSE ,nd
FITTINGB.
GARDEN TOOLS.
Another* Lot
OF OUB
Famous Saddlery
Has jus; 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, Lambic & Co.,
Old Bank Building, 60, King St.
Telephone —133.
GOVERNMENT NOTIOEB
TENDERS.
‘ r applying the Immigration Depot,
tiuts litanda with water during the
year 1931.
DATE of advertisement in Royal
U.ajvM* 17sh November 1900,
Date for receiving Tenders, noon on
Thursday 20th December 19(30. Terms
and ecu tUaus ol Caatraot cm bo ob obtained
tained obtained on application 4a the Protestor of
Immigrants.
SUBURBAN WATER RATES,
Belmont and Woodbrook
1900-1931.
TT"HE above RATKS are now payable
1 at the CelotiUi Treasury and will be
received until the Biss December 1900,
Hftor which date those remaining unpaid
will be hanued over to the Marshal for
cuductioQ.
DAVID U. HUBS FORD,
Iteodver General,
Receiver Ueneral's Uffioe,
6.h November, 1900.
TENDERS,
tor the Ltate of Government Lanie in the
Monteerrat Ward
fY ATE of a*iv«m«ement iu '* Royal
Gsautte” i,.g or mi and ooudl ooudllions
lions ooudllions of o »as, 2«ah Uatober, 1900*
Date fo* reoeiviag Taudars, noou on
Friday 3Jth November, 1900.

PORT-OF-SPAIN WATER RATEd
i'JOO-KWi,
nrvHE above rates are now pay»b!e“»fi
X »ho wo uial Treasury and will be
received until tha Out Deoembor 1900,
titer whtun dale tuoee retoauiing unpaid
wni lie haudbi over to the Murahai for
coUeotkiu,
D4VID B. HOB-JFORD,
Ueceivet-Genera 1,
Receiver Geuer-i's Office,
(7th October, 1900:
FOR SALE.
ME SUAGE aaT~LAND3 No. 244
KL,g otnad. Port of Spain. Apply
MR h AMOUB
Solfoit os,
No 37 Qneen Htwst, Port of Bptfn
wanted.
TWO or three Qan vagsers. Payment
by. commission. Only those wil willing
ling willing to wirk hard an l persistently
coed apply Apply Sunbeam Benefit
So let/ Ltd,



2

~ch( en?sr & Go's
LUMBER YARD
t"? NOW LANDING
EX SOB )ONER ‘ TRADER
f DM LIVERPOOL, N,B,
Oi>f ——
35,000 F. WRITE PJNff BOABD
27,000 SPBUOE BOABDS
122,000
Which we offer aa naual. Also a large lot of
BABBAI Od WUIi’E LIMb,.
80H0ENER & CO’S
Lumber Yard,
Opposite Bailway Station.
THE
’fey Jiif-Pinii hkm.
Not, ibe ro-csiftrl easy system, mat k
you, bu‘ a bona fide e*sv system.
CLOCKS, KUSOTUO-rUTK,
Watches, Swing Ohairs,
s i ;a ~sr x i ju «.
Uoid upou a system that iB et sy IQ a. proved parties.
For Household Goods, Ado-nmenls&o,
First oniy the
Cosmopolitan Spuckliy Comp ay,
J. L. STEELE,
28, Queen Street,
Piano Warehouse,
JPHf! : Pianos I
ip! . 11 r D .
Sts*, o â–  dmk Pianos I
*f.» vl t, . . ?• -t
£ ' ' 'jr
G £ dcWkW.ifwm in
i Bta»t; .'iOaiOAL
• ‘1 INHtaUMENTR,
ms3t m Uu,iu *
•u)<* ( TUBne J**»'oUt l, lo aboadauoa, .Sod ail «U law* Deuec.
*ad Tooal Mu»*o.
«Ue H:.*n And Uumi WAtta ioUaS ia tha West Indies, solely devoted
*® w*a satfctafttg of ihg saa.uoal community.
J’UNINi* A'SU Bi-PAIBINd—A SPEOI LITY.
H T rRONG—'IS Frederick Street.
Photographic Plates
AND
PRINTING OUT P\, KBS
ALSO
DEVELOPING AGENTS Etc, such aa :-

r- .o,
' i Qryrnais
? V
J 4 Nunc Acid
Qurnol
Caustic bod a
Aiuuii'iJii' Solution BHO

U>u kj lac PU VKMAC3U TKJA L STUD MIN Id. U\*m\ rduious.
Tfi£ BRIIISH PHARMACOPEIA 1898.
Fqu macopceu: Marau.l_.Jii acd Waglet> i.
AT
JMKX; " * *. _ AX,^.

Alum
Potassium OxaUie
Hypo
Ammonium Bromide
Poias Carbonate
B'l Florida of Gold
Ammon, tun Sulphooynuide etc

THE FORT OF SPAIN &AZEIT... SAT? T . DAY NOVEMBK .2i 0 0

RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT
Manila Ciqars
(OUSTADOS, AND WINDSOR)
ALSO
ftAYSFS NAVY CUT TOBACCO
IN J lb. TINS
And Hollandia Water
FOB SALE BY
Schooner* & Co
rWE HAVE GOT LEATHER TO SELL
And we mean to sell it to. We Lave
always sold LEATHER and the more
we sell the more we want to sell.
We now beg to let the publics know that we are oonUaually receiving
both from Enrope end America fresh shipments of
W» have'node a special study of m sma & muiisi m m —m*-*.
the leather: rode, I j” Jl T | |J™ |J
LLMI ntn
and which make (be finest assortment ever shown
in Trinidad—TO SEE IS TO BUY.
GOWZALE3 BROTHEE3.
Is the Right Store fob Leather.
SHOE-MAKERS, SADDLERS, BOOK-BINDERS.
We hnv ijLEATHEft of every kind t ) suit yon. Leaf. ier lor Upper?. Leather Jifor
Soles. leather for Lining. Le ather for Slippers. Leather for Fancy Work/
Leather for Belta,
LEATHER FOR HARNESS, LEATHER FOR CARRIAGES.
In fact great varieties of LEATHER are to be found at GONZALES’
Everyone who deals in Leather, or makes up Uv.hor in any form are invited
bo call and see the NOVELTIES IN LEATHER now displayed at our Store,
85, Frederick Street,
REMEMBER I GONZALES FOR LEATHER.
Ex S.S, “BAVAN’
FBOM LONDON.
—*—oo ——-
5,458 Dags NAGBA BICE
800 Cases MILK—I lb. Tins Anglo-Swiss.
- - oc •
EX S.S. ORION’
FBOM LIVERPOOL.
1 060 Boxes SOAP, 66 lbs.,—-20s. Prize Medal
200 „ do. 50 ~ —24? do.
FOiijSALB^BY
.1 tJLIAN“U. AROHEK3.6 Co
Por - f*Spain- South Q iay,
3’ at October, 1900,

CEKT&L PARLOUR.
■Vs, II FteJtrkk Stint,appetite 3»r.
£a/*tjf's Grocery,
No, 10.
DS. G. H. DALY, BD S.
*x»ra tlons .performed without pain by
approved
tAusesthetio System.
a
Personally selected Teeth fer Artificial
U#n*nr<». Gold at l Silver Btoppiag#
gtiMR-’toed and at
SEASON ABLE PBICEB,

SALE FOR TUESDAY THE 18th
DECEMBER 11)00-
IJCBLIO1 JCBLIO NOTICE i* hereby given that
1 under end by virtue of tho Statutory
Power of Bale oetderrud upon Mortgagecc
by the OocveyaLoloe and L\w of Pr— Prperty
perty Prperty Or'inane e 1884 and by virtue < f
Deed dnfod 24th January 1888 Kngio'rrr d
ai No 187 Protocol of Deed* (or that year
â– nid made between Angela N pa t (dco* daowaedj and Bai'ef
Ecksteiu (a'e'i *ino» dvoea«nd)of tbo other
part, tha-o will b« put up for eale by
Public AuoHon bv the und«reig! ; ed at lb
Mert No. 2 St, Vi!>e«nt Port- f-
Spaln • u ’’’uee.Uy the 18th December
1000 b< tween th« h are of one and tw
of the oiook in the ernocn.
All and Htnju'sr that certain t’troo! rt
land and the meaeunge thereon known *r.
lot No, 108 Quenepo vtuet In the Tov , .
of Arima end abutting nu the Noth upon
n lot cf laud belt rgii g to one tlee-ud. .
Noe’, South on Quanepo Street, E«at t o
a lot of laud belungirg to one Jeon
Pierre Ayar a- d on too Woet on lan’a
utelv of olio Leon Centeno but now be
longtug to one George Jack or howsot>.< r
the same may bo ’titled or bound. .!
together with the eppufiet ano«« (hen In
belonging.
Dated thiv 12th day of November 19f0
(»gd) FKED, Km SCOTT,
A *i.o - svt.

I Revolver Stout
i " *
I Revolver* Stout.
4
Not only the raoai stimulating, bu>
also the most nourishing STOUT,
sold on this Market*
j Brewed in Scotland from (he purest
M»)t it- Hops rnly, and matured in
Wood for 18 months to 2 years
before being bottled
Btware of Imitations
AHtt FOR
REVOLVER STOUT
AND BKE THAT YOU GET IT.
Many Spurious and Worthless
imitations «re Leing offered to the
Public, by unscrupulous shop shopkeepers
keepers shopkeepers and on the 7 t h November,
a shopkeeper was convicted before
the Magistrate of Port of Spain fur
bottling off Common St ut in bolder
bearing the “ Bevolver Stout” labe’
and soiling same as ibe genuine
article, and a tine of Alt) or two
mouths imprisonment was indicted
NOTICE.
A BEWABD OF jETOo
will bo paid to anyone giving such
information cs will lead to the con conviotion
viotion conviotion of any person or persons,
bottling off icletlor rubbish, and
paltniDg ofl same on the public as
‘ Bevolver Stout.”
” Revolver Stom” can be ob ob’alned
’alned ob’alned in barrels containing 7 doz
hot. or 4 dc». Quarts, from all
Dealers, end by retail of all respect respectable
able respectable Shopkeepers, cr Wholesale of
BUHT, xkowbbidge & 00 ,
Bole Agents f-ir Triuidnd
Cbaaoci Street,
12 th Novi., 1900.

CANNON STOUT
For the blends. Country or Family use
la now put up in BOXES of
2 OE 3 DOZEN PINTS
A
N.B.—•ThU ebon? is exolnslvaly tmd at the Government Institutions. Professor
Catmody, Government Auuljst, desonbas it a; “of g iod quality pure and
wholesome.”
THE TRINIDAD BREWERY COY. LTD.
E Ade PASS & CO
9, BROAD ST.—LONDON.
A.. S- £ J^FSOE’IJ L,£jS <%Z, CO.
OOFFEE EXCHANGE,—NEW YOBK.
Genera! Commission Merchants.
Mr. C. E.gde Mercado a member of| the above firms is
now in Trinidad and may be seen or addressed at the office
of Mr, L, J. Bernstein owner of Lower Charlotte Street and
Marine Square.
Arrangements can be made with him for the execution of
indents from the United Kingdom, the Continent of Europe
and the United States, and also for the haudling of consign consignments
ments consignments of all description of West Indian Produce.
MacKenzie and Kirton,
GENERAL COMMISSION I ESTATES AGENTB,
Hava just reoeivei and offer for
ss!a a Ireeh shipment of
HOSTEK’S WIENER BEER
Also another lot of our
AMERICAN ROAD CARTS
Os specially strong make, and
' ONE FOUR-SEATED ENGLISH DOG CART.

CHRISTMAS.
— K)C(X
Just received our brat
shipment of
XMAS GOODS
Including:
Huntley and [Palmer* Bisomta, Fruit* la it, Syrup,
Jama, Sheets. Chryet>li’z;i Fruita, Figs, Pruiea,
Shell Aim-'nda, &o- Also MAYPOLK BTRAW
HAT POLISH, —Blank, (Lean, R9d, Straw, Brown,
Dark Blue, &a.
THE ROYAL PHARMACY .
FRANCIS A. JONEB,—Druggiat,
41, Obirljtte St., Porl-of-Spalo.
frcsli AiiiYils, ffosli Aprivtis,
THIB WEEK FOR THE
Trinidad Pharmacy
Trl-A/Mie. HI A.MS A.MSEDAM
EDAM A.MSEDAM CHEESES & TABLE BUI TER,
JAMS & CURRENTS iu oases,
SHIBLIs MMm HD3 & NUffS,
HUNTLEY & P LMEEB BIBOUITH (»a»ohtd)
PAbC LL*S C)h l< EU. I j;n Eja j .
P-arta, Madeira and Hheiri.>a,
Haut Ssuteruea and Gravid.
VJC T3*' •■: jE*. j- i Car JSB ,3Efc .a. K 2»
Wholesale Buy era vigil the
TRINIDAD PHARMACY,
QEO, 0. DHFFKNTHALLtB.-Mt nager, 84 ‘ K ‘ Dg

. THE
Produce
Exchange
3a, MARINE SQUABS,
POBT-OF.BPAIN.
ALL AUCTION SALES
AT 1 P-M•
UNLES3 OTHERWISE ADVERTISED.
•S AWWi .-•rV'* m,
| li E UudureigaeU been iurfruaiaA
• t . u«il by Puuiio Auction ill boo j.
“• advertised below tor tbe benefit ot the
puUMMWMa. la ad oases tfie terms
«te OABH aue eoct payable qd the fell
us tea Uitmuidr.
aUOalua SALE
—or
BIOY O.l_ililS
iNISW & SECOND HAND),
—ON—
Friday, 23rd Novr„ 1900,
4 BICYOLEd Spalding new
1 do We.hugton do
1 eo Eclipse Sec, hud
1 do Crawford do
I do JN«saaw q 0
1 do Eagle do
1 do do
1 do (Ohilds) d 0
1 TRIOYQLE .. d "
Terms Gash,
J. RUSSELL MURRAY,
Produce Broker A Auoticnser.
SALE BY AUCTION
—ov
150 liliLS FLOUR —Tigre Lilly,
AND
Merchants Consignments
At the Saleroom of the Produos
Exobange on
Tuesday, 2?th Novr., 1900,
at 1U A M.
rBE uuda slgne.i will sail by Auotion
tbe above consignment ct PnOUfi
and the following to olaae stocks;
101) Bags DBOLL
65 B»g* BALL AM BIOS
6 0»sos champagne—24 plots
each, Adoipbe Oollin’s”
aud * Ga'te Bunohe’,
Terms Gash boioie delivery.
J. BU SSELL'MUHKAY,
Produce B oaer and Auctioneer,

AUCTION SALE
air
STORE FITTINGS
ON
Tuesday, 27th Novr, 1900.
At 1 PM,
THE undersigned will sell by PaWto
Auction at Ids Store of MB. JUbili
A, DANIEL, Marine Square, tbe under
neteu B’.ore Fittings aud Sundries.—l
large gmsa case. 3 small do. 2 Canisters'
1 stand, sunt'ries, Lumber, 1 Wash stand,
i Side Board, 1 Bottling Machine, 1 Din Dinner
ner Dinner Waggon, 1 Soda Fountain (aMrbia
fitted), 1 Offl e desk,
Terms Cash,
J. MUBBAY,
Produce Broker A Auctioneer,
SIXTH
Live Stock Sale,
Tuesday, 4th ileor,, 1900,
(Particulars later,)
SALE BY AUCTION
or
ELEGTRO PLATED WARS AY9
FaNuY GOODi
On or about Dumber 3rd » oo W4*
aent of E-Ksh Fancy Foods, » S
plated Ware, China Tea Beta, Vs*,
tasea Fish Knives and Forte etc., sio.
(full dotailt lat«r)
HORSE AND CARRIAGE
register.
OWING to tbe
for the I'rivaie Be'e of
Stock end Vehicle*. The uudsr*l|»“
baa arranged to opeu a
st r^«ys-*
,b.
Firtt List for P"** 1 * I
bal«« •
601— A CARRIAGE H'.'B-jB-I I ** I
, if vie or rouble “» rM 7: 1
'O2-A B4Y GELDING-* I
Good action. V** 10
F*St. Qlfii I
60S—A MULE— me was
Drenght o ftT —qa*it
61 ffi-A PONY-3* jeM.-e
for harness or s»u<*«-
Vehicles. I
Iffl—AN AGMRTKO>' sj £Bagas=kßws* I
IC« 1 U JVEBS A I
(trot g and in hr** Lj b I
107—A GAB - So*‘«° sot
ICS—A* VIGTOBU - § A 5f ‘S* I
Lfeh* >nd n (!B ’ 1
built . . I
HO -SNGLE «•»—A I
H«f" M’” I
turn iu iu®'" 0 jfesrijr®*!
11l



CHINESE & JAPANESE WARE
WILL BE OPENED UP NEXT WEEK
FOB FASHIOSiSLL FOB QSNILBMES For Wuctiug Clothes for men we ud fit
you out at the lowest prioe for HIGH GB4DS GOODS, Theie a'e i few Unee just opening
Uy —Society and ' 'euturion Fashionab'e dr able Ooilara our price is !6o each wa stiike the
medium knowing that a 200 and 240 Collar will last no longer than our 160 one. Try it,
Boumanis dollar f*t ueoka 120 each Polo the old favour Isa 4 ply 150 esoh. Prince round
eloping points very f shionaVe 120, The Wo'seW a Military dollar 2 6-Bth front 2in back
12c, The Mi)it»;y If baok, 2in frrot 120 each, The 'laWe and Consul turned downrquam
front 100 & 120. Guffr for Lick* SoHtolre* *J! prices Insertion Go iars & duffs. Yet another
tot of TIBS—We have without doubt the bigjee* ahr/iug of Ties iu Trinidad from » Silk
Derby at 8o up to a Handkerchief knot, Bows bv the thousand old shapes and fashions
newest and at our retml*- prices, Jse*ora Orlio Belt* and all wool morny belts, Leather
Bf :r:ir* Belts; Si k Oricket Belts. (Jashmvre half hose iu navy, blue, Black and Steel these
we retail by the doe at our wholesale prioe -we have a apeoial line at 6s the h doz. See
our Tweeds, Serges A Costings—you cau't better them,
SMITH BROS- & CO—THE BONANZA-
We have beau receiving BIOY LBS bi e very mdl, and we sell them overy day, this week
we maka a apeoial offer. We know you oar, 'uy a S?Q machine—but cannot buy cue like the
EXPRESS under ISO yet we are able by tek’pg a quality to place the Express on sale at S2O,
The Express has Wooden mudguards to front m l roar wheel with nickel plated fittings, good
corrugated tyres low or upright handles, Tool b.y and teals, all bright parts nickel plated, Well
finished and enamelled plain black with E-.mepSve marked
JziXF'Jfd.fcJ&ifci FOK S2O SPOT CASH
Ladies exaotly the same but for the addition of e brake—price for spot cash also $22. With
narrow Coaster and hub brake $6 extra.
OUR EAGLES & CRAWFORDS
ABE STILL FAVOURITES.
BIQYULE RACifB to be held next mot. h, we hare \ MONARCH RACER i»« »
sure wiuner, SPOT GASH PRICE $<50.00,

SEE OUR
PARIS SWING CHAIR
For Children and Adults-A SPECIALITY,

ICJS ESTABLISHMENT
48, King Street*
C 5, I#. &*• y AT THIS OLD & WELL K.4OWN ESTABLISHMENT
YOU UA» ‘*BT :
GROOERIEd, WINES, UQ JO iS OF ALL KINDS
Meit of the finest quality, loon regular customers only,
it is not sold lor cash.
hardware, house furnish u hoods, earthenware
Cutlery, Pitted Wire, UUisfara, and many
other itemi toi numeroi-, in ipuify.
Wojhavs recsntly tra isforrei ali our Or > • -os, Liqiar an-J Htrdware from
No. 47 to our own p-o uhos N). 43 v i ire it is more compact and better
displayed, and we will ba glad it oir caitomors and the general
Public will inspect same a; their oonv aionce .
a. 3l*. jecaljLi && oo oolOE
lOE oolOE ESTABLISH. MEN T,
9th Novr,, 19QQ-
DAVIDSON & TODD
THSi A-ROADf’
What about your Christmas Presents
Anything is net good enough. Bay them while there is a
good assortment to choose front. At the Arcade you can
hive the besa value and genuine quality at the right prioes.
Received Ex “DON."
Choice Selection of SILVERWARE and KtECTRO-PUTE
Extremely pretty GOODS in the very latest artistic de 9 jgns.
al c .o
Lovely assortment of FANCY BANKETS
and Basket Ware iu W P. B4BKGTS, WORK BASKETS, WALL
. POCKETS, &c , 4c.,
Ladies sbonid call early to see these as the low prioes at wbiob
they have been marked must t u*ure speedy sales.
new LOT OF
Winsor & Newtons Artist Studio 3.
i
These are the very latest published and this lot
contains some very effective studies. Complete
stock of Artists Materials kept in stock, colours
>Q Tubes, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, Pencils,
Orayons, &c, t&c, all at the right prices.
HMCTCST*
best selection of Toys in the island, Toys of every
attk i to suit overy purchaser. All articles marked
I *°west margin of profit.
1 Davidson and todd,
The Arcade,

THE POET OP SPAIN GAZETTE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24. 1900.

DRY GOODS
WHOLESALE & BFTAIL,
Immense shipments to hand this week we are still opening up but the followiug will be ou
Sale Monday at these le'.aii prioes :
Wbi'e and Black Crinoline at 6a a yard. Dhodira (9| vde) 700 each, Frecoh Elastic D ick or
Canvas for Tailors nse, Br- wn and Cream 21 u wide 83 and 0a a yard. White Ground
oo'rD r od strips Sc 4 10c a yard, Blsok Cottons SO inch So a yard. WLit â–  COTTONS
bo(b wholesale & re - alt we five the farest ar 1 b'.sfc value in the trade. The following makes
are now in atcok—The Sterlirg Cloth, Fanli y Shirting, Satin Finiab, Defender, Snowfl«ke,
Judge, La Belle, Silvered'?aru, Butteifly Bhiitltijr, Great Sucoess Dowlrop, Perfection, The
Rose.
ALL PRICES IN DOMHSTICS-SOUND VALUE,
Pixin B’ue Oxf rd* 80 sad 80 Fa~cy Oxfords Gcod Patterns 6e 80 and 100 a y»rd, ißin Roctt
H;.mespna Uresh 120 a yard, A finer make of Cr, b a favourite Suiting, 12a a yard, 28in Khaki
Drill, good shade, will wear well JBl a yard, Ban le; Khaki Drill 26in a'aoluteiy faat color 160
a yard, 24i0 Kbskl Drill IQo a yard— 28m at 160 yard, all prices and Nos. in our Brown Driiia
ail round regular value Bu'cbers blue i'uogarer* HOT wide 80 a yard, white unirn Drills a big
atcok at 80 103 12c and up 20c, 7cz 82 A Idea White Ducks, Blue Denim* (just in) 8 and
9 cz—Rod back, blue dei ties 8 cz Woodbury Du k* (a'l ciaer), B’ue aod white stripe Tfosn Tick*
16r 180 and '2 ( V. 38’u Twii' Dpmoaiic pplendid va’ue 80, col’d stripep Domeatics 60 a yard 25
inches wide, Table Llueris'iios, Mahagony marble and Fancy patterce 24c, Oretonncs pretty
patterns and oolourings 6c aod upwards.
Every home puts on n brighter appearanoe et this th* brightest season of the year, this
Xmss you oan do ifi at liHle cost by brirging our Ghuddahs 26 inches wide a decorsting plaiu
Muslin iu ahout 80 beautiful oclore see these only 6c a yard, a big sesortment cf white Lace
Blinds at 6s a yard. Something new in Art Muslin, plain colors with 43in wide Bob fringe ret
only 4 shades 2Qo a yard, 26in Art. Muslin huudrnds cf beautiful patterns and onlourlrgs for
yon to ohcore from 60 a yard, Art Muslin 40iu dirk grounds pretty patterns and atylieh on'y 8
& yard, 39ia Colored A r t Musliu with boarders 60 a yard, Mo' delay Muslin vcy handsome 16c
a yard, Ottomon Delhi Muslins these are simply lively all the most beautiful and delicate *ha T es
100 a yard, plenty of other mskes of Muslins beis g shewn in value right up to 880 a yard All
wool Damasks Repps in rads A greens, Lace Curt sins; Taped paired ready for use at 800. 480.
600 SI.OO »Dd np to f 8 CO. Colored fiilk Lace Curtains by the pair Frilled Curtains very hard hard*rrae.
*rrae. hard*rrae. See our showing h&Liesome patterns, Fancy oolored Cheviot Shirtings splendid colors and patterns, a r ice soft
doth 28in wide 100 a yard, SQin Purple Prints 'mmersa assortment at 80 a yard, Fl* White Desendes at 80, Big shipment of Madras Hsndkerohiefs. Biaok and White and Ooiored,

Queen's
Park
G.:!»
ON account of not receiving Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Queen’e Park Gafe ?i>
not be opened on 15,h as adven
tieed ; but as eoGU as ready iLe
public will be notified.
JOSE F, REIS’
CHERRY BRANDY.
LEAD* ALL OTHK.BF
tHB TJiAT fOC GOT
war Th*a*Ru;".ft **»*»#,
VAKE NO OfHBS
vs El sbvawio ti
THEINEW YORK CSTABLIBHMEHT.
The Excbaige ui Sun
REIS’S GENUINE CHERRY
BRANDY.
THIS popular O rdial, besides being
u»ed for occktails, etc., ia alro used in
the making of cakes, where i?s fine aod
aromatic flavour considerably increases
their rlohneta.

Roe* S3'
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.
Ross’ Special Enamel*; 15c.
Ross' Special Varnish 12c.
BARGAINS
BEDROOM GLOBE LAMPS 24c
PARLOUR I /MI S SI.OO
AT ROSS’ WARFMOOSE
KIHGBXBBBI.

SMITH BBOTHEBS * CO
-T tt JFC BOIT A. ISTZ A A

JOSE F, REIS’
WKIAfIO BOUQUET
7 } > CD
jJ* » □
eg 4 *
>
—, ■ 7.5™ u.
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LATEST NEWS FROM
ABROAD
By Wait India k Panama Telegraph
00. limited
New York, Nov 23rd
London news announce* that Lord
Roberta reports to the War Office,
that ho is doing his work and will be
about again in a few days,
Other South Airkau news states
that Commandant Brand’s commando
has been defeated at Waderspan with
heavy loss, the Lancers charging
through them repeatedly, Command
ant Brand was wounded,
Other London news reports that
General Sir Redvers Buller, in the
course of a speech at a banquet, stat d
that the enii’e people known as the
Boers had either surrendered or were
trying to surrender; and those lighting
now were either mercenaries or ban bandits
dits bandits
A Marseilles despatch announces
that the reception of Mr Kruger was

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We are old reliable supplies of these GOODS see our new Stock.
BOOKTOYS. GAMES. MUSIC-
Our Toy si ow is now in foil swlry, it has exceeded our expectations a* an nttrsotionwabuyfng fa
made eesy, for odb is surrounded by hundreds of dolls of every description and toy* by she
thousand all lighted by elected ty—these lights are placed in large Chinese lanterns making a
â– ovaiy effect. We have e special lot of Chinese lanterns this year ranging from 10c to $1 each.
The Union J*ck Lantern special at 880 & 480 these ere a few things in the shew, Maglo Lanterns
with h 0 pictures Urap dta this is no smell toy but will throw e good picture 3s eeofa. The near
patent Ascot game with 6 horses $1,70 each, Tiddley Wicks, a highly amusing geme
only 380, Snan Cards 360 a pack, Girls own Bet, comprising 2 Tennis Racquet, 2 Balia, 2 Shuttle
Cooks and a Skipping rope all in 1 box #l7O. 1 Billiard Table-2 Cues. 3 balls, Pockets for
tdja~ting on ordinary tables, bagatelle balls end adjustment complete for 4 dole. Ouokoo Clocks,
Musical Clocks, Musical Boxes, Father Xmas, Bar j es Flutes, Flageolets, Concertinas, Ante
Uarps, Drums, Qustroe, Guitars, Violins, Clarionets, Melodious, Tambourines Ac,
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Our Xmas GOODS for this department are opening up splendid value and include;
GENTS Black Oalf Laos Boot tee cap and medium sole $1.92 a nair, Gents Ten Rlastio Side
Boot pointed toe with cep good value 2 10 a pair, Satin Calf imitation Button Eiaetio Side
Root medium t > and Fancy toe cap per pair 10e, Gents Tan Derby Laos B< ot medium toe. toe
oap, lined leather, one of our beet values 2.10 a pair, Gents Black Derby Laos Be-1 medium too,
toe cap, lined leather, one of our best values 210 n pair. Elastic Side Black Calf Boot plain
pointed toe imitation buttons 275 a pair, Gents White Ruff Boots lined leather with or without
toe cap, very eery 4.50, for 000 l wear our White Canvas Boot with and without toe oaps grand
value 2.40 a pair, Gents Tan Oose Calf Lace Boots lined leather, you eannot buy better 6.00 •
pa»r. The Up-to-date Boot Black Oalf laced, ail leather lining Ball dog toe 300 a pair, Black
Calf I*oed Boot Hand sewn lined leather square toes, comfortable 4.80 a pair, Low mow In aO
the above makes at proportionate price.
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enthusiastic and sympathetic, but was
a disappointment of those desirous of
an anti-English demonstration. lu a
speech Mr Kruger said, “ I have
fought savages, but the present war is
worse than that, We will never sur surrender,
render, surrender, but will fight to the last
extremity; and if the Republic* should
lose their independence it will be be*
cause they have lost every man, woman
sud child."
The London Newspapers describe
the reception in great detail but the
editorial comments are calm in the
cenfideuce that nothing will alter the
course of events ; and no resentment is
felt at harmless French enthusiasm.
The only disorder which occurred was
when the procession was passing an
hotel, a party of English tourists fallen
to uuderstaud the shouts of the crowd
to remove their hats, and threw coiml
which the French interpreted as is
suits.
A Paris despatch reports that the
Journal “ Des Debats” states that
President Loubet will receive Mr
Kruger as a sovereign travelling incog incognito
nito incognito as ; England has not notified the
annexation of the Transvaal.
i t. Petersburg despatches announce
that the crisis iu the Czar’s illness
has now apparently passed,
The Paris correspondent of the
London ‘‘ Morning Post” states thv,.
the Concert of the Powers regard’ eg
China is near a collapse owing to
the capricious and incomprehensible
policy of the United B tales which re remains
mains remains the Bame after President
McKinley's re-election as before,
although it was expected to improve
there after-
Washington news reports that Mr
Conger has been instructed not to sup
port any demands exceeding China’s
power to execute, or the ability of the
Powers to enforce. The United
Males cannok expect the Empress to
execute Princes more powerful than
she, imd on whom her safety depends;
and considers that to demand such
aotion will require either submission
to a possible rejection or a war to en enforce
force enforce its performance.
London, Novr. 23rd.
Sugar in stock on the 17th instant
was 46,000 tons. Last year 44,000
tons.
Panama, Novr, 23rd.
Revolutionary forces at Buenaven Buenaventura
tura Buenaventura completely crushed, three ctnnaus
and two Generals captured. General
Alban, Governor of Panama, personally
directed operations.
LKGISLATIYE council.
I ns following ia the Agenda for
Monday’s meeting of the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature : -
Nlticks Os riimosm,
1 Resolved —That thio G.inucil ap aprov«t
rov«t aprov«t i {:h-> expenditure o! a rum not
xoeediig £ ! ,!46 16 8 for the purchase
f 04 lets of i-uid with buildings thereon
l> >-n O uvi. the property of Mr V
1 m»z and Mi ssis G R Alston k do;
2, Reiolved —That this Council ap apove»
ove» apove» ot tne 1 xpeudituru of a sum not
seceding £261 3 1 being the oust of
rteln hirer trap* which It Is proposed
make to the Treasury Buildings set
e soo To'-3«don of the Government
t*U-gs B .uk,
3 Resolved’-' Tbs* this Council sp.
i-i.vee i.i the payment of a sum of
1! 17 10 to Mr B P Uibbee, Assistant
j the Emigration Agent at Calcutta.
. r«*pact of the proportion of the salary
, .|able t»y the Trinidad Government
fjt the present year.
OXDKRS OF IHS OAT— OKOWISCI
a O U« ' 01 to oonaoHeata ths law
•la-log Is U-josal PuoiaMMaU
\

FBIOEW C'UKBENT
New York, November 2 rd
Flour Oily Mills ter the
W«st Indies per bans! $4,05 to 4.10
Meat, Kilndried 225 to 1.40
Ntw Season's Pork ~124 *° II
Hsavy Mm Pork ~ . ,12 to 12|
i Crystals psi lb,, 4 8-8
Sima f Refining* ~ 3 7*B
English Islands Aolmim
per gallon
Premium an Gold
Exekanf* Vo?v k
-enueo ... 481 to 4,814
London, November 28rd
Domataie Ctjrs.
! tab? swt ~ 14/0 to 15/0
t*usaov»do p ow| 11/0 to 1213
j German Past 88
ZZ U>/c Lob 8/74
Donums Rum per gal lf9 to 1/10
Trinidad Cocoa, Good
MlddUng Red, per owt 73/
CenvolG ex interest ~ 98 9-10
Bank ot England sat* of
DU t aunt «. 4 per coot
Java Sega* 88 per sent
Gibraltar or Gke' noj for
-ad we, fleeing terns j
P*» awt 12/9
h'Ui* t>n rent, Beater
In Pwli .. .. 100,60
•A* the grade of “ f;*r to Good
R" fining” is now obeolate. It t. under!
stood that this quotation applies to
MuioovadobD ) ’es*." Instead
SPOTTING NEWS,
The following team will represect
the ” Nomad 0.0 ”, agaibst the “ St.
Ann’s Union ” tc-day G. Rlgnault
(Oapt), D. de Mont bran, J. Griffith,
J. M, Betancourt, O, Vallee, 0.8
Bmitb, O Wailaoe, E Wailatej
B. O’Halloran, W Klroaldie, F Al*
mandos, G Peyrao, 0 Salaiaf
(13th man.)
The St Ann’s Union will be re-
Bresented8 resented by I Morencie (Oapt), M.
harlee, E Alexander, M Gregeire,
L Tbompaop, F Baptiste, G MeOw*
thy, G. Coker, L. Daraty, end the
Messrs George (2)
The following team will represent
the Stingo O O in a match to take
pltoe against the Arc«it O Q toedaw
at the Queen’s Park tiavannah W
Hay nee, F Pinder, H Pollard, O
Woods, De Landro, T Luoas, H
Riohardson, V Thorpe, E William!
0 Henry, A Hay, W Blspham, 13th
mao.
The following will represent Ardent
0C:-L Barrow, L Breoker, O H
A Hale, L U Oamberbateb, L Moore,
R 0 Doll, Q Cook, L 0 Arnand, A 8
Corbin, UB Spencer, A E Mark, D
Hilaa.
HARBOUR MASTER’S OOUBI,
(Before Mr Q. H. Spioxi)
Yeetsrday.
waok».
Thomas Fletcher was apad by one
H Lsmmotb, for the aum of #4.97;
said to be a balanoa doe ainee
Augu*», for work done at La Brm a*
a stevedor. The eaee mu dismissed
Captain Morrison wae also toed
by John Morriefor wages due ae a
sailor, and also as watchman Thil
esse was also dismissed
boat man
Samuel Freddy sued Edward
Oretsc for the sum of 4/6, due al
boat hire The ease was postponed
to Tuesday nsxt, (or the plaintiff ta
•Ue witneuei

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A PRETTY LOT OF WHITE HARNESS SPOT MUSLINS,
Ladies’ Hats—Sailor’s and Fancy Shapes, a fine selection ol Ladies’ Fancy Lace Scarves, Silk Scarves and Bows, Fancy Fans, Hand Bags— Bagsbeautiful
beautiful Bagsbeautiful designs in Tea Cloths, Tray Cloths, Sideboard Cloths, Cushion and Table Cloth Centres in Plash, Art Muslins, Cretonnes, Tablings,
Cotton and Linen Sheetings, New Coatings, Serges, Venetians, Vicunas and Flannels.
0 Ready - mades and Hats—a splendid assortment,
BOOT & SHOE DEBASEMENT, Mats—*
SHOE-MAKERS TOOLS AND ALL NECESSARIES.
Miller’s Stores Limited.

HENDERSONS Go.
“THE TIMES”
A Fine assortment of TWEE 08. Also Blag Coatings and
Black Coatings, Flannelette ''huts at all prices. Hosiery,
We have jus' receive 1 120 doz. Bou ’• A an T B9'wh»dh will b•pi d
al the very low p laa of 6 escu a â–  We have also received 500 doz. of
which will be sold
from Gc each to 480,
LADIES BOOT DEPAHfMiCNF.
• OC———
adieV Bhok Oloth BOOTS » 3/ 3/6 1/, i/6 5/ Ladies Glossy G ilmh
Olotb loii n«vomd Bo a from #* »> 10* Lades’ Gloray S|r.-ip
Phoes from 30c to f 2.16.
MEN'S BOOTS
IN VARIETY.
Cc-'pet Blippei a fro n 15' t * 48c. Ljvher Slipper* from 2a ii is
Another Large Shipment ot
BOYS FAMILY 300 TS
AT OUR GENERAL LOW PRICES.
HENDERSON & CO,
“ THK TIMES."
ii», FREDERICK A QUhEN STREETS.
100 BAGS VENEZUELAN (WFFE,
6 ) Cues Venntuth, pi iti and quarts -Noill? Prttti & Co.
60 Caseß Morton’s Jam*.
Ju>t. Rec v>ul p • 8. S, Mar,iv 1
Kingau's Cervelat
SAUBAGEH.
do. Vienna
KLHGAN’S SLICED BACON KINfHN’S POTTED HAMS & TONGUE*
- *r'i English Harness Leather,
AUSTRALIAN POLE LEATHER,
aipinmU of German Dutch Bugar and Red Ball Beer
}> H SCHEEHEP & Go

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ha if’f with *he P u ! '»
f’b h ■ or, o’i •> if ir:r i(1 Duncan
■i • ,i R'i •• iln ii fn ' f'l it 1 h iff*
I 'III d«f ’I rh»»t'«f "l HSUM und fh«t
i ■ho mill Ph ii.’ C* Wi I ! ■ C*rd, I rD bj
j Vfr 4ifiad lilchaid' on tay babs!/,
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(Continued from Page 7)
Printing Office. The booklet con contains
tains contains an interesting address to young
beginners and useful tables of the
sizes of paper and types. We com commend
mend commend it to young printers.
The following team of the “ Mir Mirror
ror Mirror ” C f l ., will play the Caxton C.O.
to-day, on the Queen’s Park Savan Savannah
nah Savannah • —A, V Horsford (('apt), G.
Gregoire, A. Wilson, J C llullen,
J. \ Romeo, P St Clair A, Horne,
li. F Clarke, E. Labode, 0- Rosales,
Clair Williams .11 Daniel (12th
man)
On Saturday next, Ist December,
the members of “ O ” Ooy’s Shooting
Club will shoot at St Llair liille
Range,
On Monday night a their temple,
Lodge Rose of Bamaria Friendly
Society celebrated their tenth an anniversary.
niversary. anniversary. Alter the “ work ” of the
lodge had been gone through, the
doors were thrown open to friends
who had been invited The proceed proceedings
ings proceedings were conducted by brother
Thomas Edwards acting W.O.
assisted by brother B Edwards, F.B.
and the otiior officials, including
bisters lvnight P D., and Belgrave
1) F A nice repast was served
to which fall justice was done, after
which interesting addresses were
delivered by brothers Rev. S.
Hartley and H. 8. Billouiu
an i others. Touching allusions were
made respecting the good work done
by the late W.O Brother J Bynoe,
who had looked forward to the annual
dinner of the lodge The iodge is in
a flourishing condition and the mem members’
bers’ members’ spirit of co-operation is cer certainly
tainly certainly commendable
His Excellency Sir Alfred Moloney
K 0 M.G , our coming Governor, has
subscribed the sum of sls towards
the fund of the Trinidad Society for
the Prevention of ruelty to Animals
the amount having just been receivod
by Mrs it (J. Bourne, lion secretary
of the society. Wo are glad to see
His Excellency has already began to
take a geuerous interest in the good
work of the society as carried on in
his new Government.
A Quo of A’l, was yesterday in inflicted
flicted inflicted - n a For uguen > shop-keeper
by the name cf Manuel Gomes, for
being a party to the existing •* Tor Torpedo
pedo Torpedo uu'Banoe ’’ to which we directed
the 'attention cf the Polio* in a reoent
isaae. It wae not bowevor the ro
oaalotml induiger in this nuiaano ,
*6 the defend an' in this oase, whom
we though dear ug of the atten attention
tion attention cf lb Po.iou ; a? much as ,b
numerous youthful members of a
certain o'asa, who mike it a habit
a d.soharge these * minin'ur
bombs ” on the bodies of poor uu uufortunate
fortunate uufortunate oo.di s, and immediately
scamper eff A voley of abuse
nevitably follow?, in the w. i
kn'wn ooolie tasbloo, and in tb
ibs non of ibe real eff *nder, »h (
I - fulls into the hands of »h -
. P aol e'ai.up ib* l chaoot,
Itu (Liw aosvuotf yf wilnvises, ot

being fined a sum, snd in default of
payment, ia sent to jail for 7 or 14
days,
There have been three refusals of
orders for ejio naent by City
Magistral withiu the last wefk, re resuHing
suHing resuHing from the illegal phme phmeoo7
oo7 phmeoo7 in wh’oh ! h j rr.Hoea of removal
were wo d; d. As suggested from the
Bench in one of these cate", these
speo'mone of legal knowledge mua'
evidently have been the bandy woik
of some legal “tout” or ; quaok,”
who however, had probably rot failed
lo oharge bia olieot, or ra>ber, un unforluca
forluca unforluca e vio:im for what he wou'd
undoubtedly term the rxoroises cf his
legal powers, “In default of your
negleoting to oomply’’ i? part rs the
wording of these “ gems’’ of noiiceßi
and the ground of refuaa’. It w»s
argued by Ih* solicitor for 'be prose prosenation
nation prosenation in owe of :h?s' oa?. r, tittiu
ihe d?ys of Mr Maxwell Phillips, or
such like eminent practitioners, re reforo.DC'
foro.DC' reforo.DC' would have ba»r madeby »h m
to suoh Authorities as Hotco ntCrob
for the warding of oar ain d ov m r.tv ;
bat if this ws3 h s olier-i’a r, yD
of wording a removal notice
he did not thick that wsa suffi suffio’ant
o’ant suffio’ant ground fer refusal of an order
for r-jeoiment. The Magis'ra.e in
reply to the reference to prao ; itiorers
of the vast, thought whatever
authority mi,hi h«- , o been referred
to by them they would even aaliy
have worded ’heir dcoamm; with
sengp, but tha!: the erd gos the
noHna in question war n nsanse”
ihiaoasu as the others was dig digmissed.
missed. digmissed.
Through the courtesy of Mr
’V T La thr op, the observer
in charge of the Local tation
of the United Eta' es Weather
Bureau, we are able to give the fol following
lowing following particulars of the weather,
dhe rainfall during this week was
ps follows: 18th—‘16; 19th—23;
20th — - 07; 21st nil 22nd, a trace. The
highest rainfall for the month, so far,
was on the 3rd when 76 was regis registered
tered registered The maximum temperature
for the week was 87-1 at 12 o’clock
noon on the 20th ; the lowest having
been recorded on the 19th at 5 30 a m mwhen
when mwhen it was 09 8
The new lodge being erected in the
vicinity of Rose Hill for the Free
Gardeners is nearing completion and
will certainly not only be a great
saving in rent for the lodges concerned
but an ornament to the locality. Mr
Charles Long, the Builder, is to be
congratulated on the neat building
which he is turning out for the Free
Gardeners. In aid of the building
fund a grand concert will be given
early next month, for which a capital
programme is being got up, several
local atua'eurs having promised to
lend their assistance.
On Tuerday fagr Mri>. Bourgo
t-d tbo ft l owing schools in Esn
Firn udo: St. PsuPa K,O , Hi Islde
E-0 , Suiomaabar 0.M.T., Vistsbella
C.M.I. and Ihi Boy’s and Girli’
Got emeu 11; cl'iolg the oalfoh eed
ihy ohiidtvu «m thvir UttiQQa QQ

kindness, and waa pleased at *h
iniereßli Huy shewed. In all the
schools the aDendanee was very
goed.
The fol'oving programme will be
played by the Polioe Band at the
Botanio Gardens on Euuday after afternoon
noon afternoon :
MARCH—The Absent-Minded ) c ...
Beggar 5 Suffivan
OVERTURB—Banditen Struche Suppe
SELECTION —Paul Jones Planquette
V4LSB —Soiree D’Ete Waldteufel
SELECTION—The Belle of New
York Kerber
V/tLSE —Venetian Song Bucalassi
GkLOP—the Pleasures of Matri Matrimony
mony Matrimony Gung’l
S. GRAINGER,
Bandmaster.
BHIfFIJSG NEW 3.
The R M S Eden which left on
Thursday evening last, took away the
following cargo : 460 bags cocoa, 84
cases bitters 2 bags coffee, 1 bag
mace, 1 bag nutmeg, 5 crates fruits,
12 crates sundries, 1 pkg. feathers,
179 pkgs balata, 3 pkgs. specie and 6
pkgs feathers.
The American steamer Bes'ue Cap Captain
tain Captain C-lendenning 77 ton ; left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Guanoco via Cano Colorado,
with 8 tons general ,argo and took
as passengers Miss M. 1 ara and
servant, Mr, E Salazar and 29
deckers.
ARQTTOA. NOTE 3.
{From our Correspondent.)
Kcclebiabticad,—Or acoiunt cf
the Rev W D ok son being bid up with
a light cold, the usual Wednesday
night services in oonneoilon with the
Prerbyterian Churoh were rol held
AaKicuLTURAL Show P-acards
hivo been oocspifluoualy postedits
iiii dislriot annc-m:o;rg that sr
Agricultural Show will lake place in
Port cf-Bpain from the 15th tc 20th
April 1901. M ny persocs welea'n,
iptecd to send e xh'.bito providing
hat eutiofaetory riijw.'.y frollities
are given,
Thk Cucutas Pabasitb.—This ver vernieoel
nieoelh vernieoel —I ke parasite o:momon y
known as the “ love-vino” is agaij;
prevalent in tbie didric**. The
peasant p oprie ora b ve tried to
have it extol min at id but still it is to
be seeu in almost every provision and
fljtvor garde n. It is feared that should
are drastio ma nures not be taken
at onoe o have it dtaHO)ed its t Scot
n ha provision crop will be dis—
Strous.
Cuickht.—At ihe last meelir gcf
be Acoily U 0 , it was deo.ded to de dec'aru
c'aru dec'aru their orloke-t season o’osfid
from ;he 15th ioat. to the p rf?l
During the oaurse of thft year this
Club p ayed upwards ot 15 match, e
and it is a souroe of * i: me oangratu-
Ihtion to them bpd Ihst t one of tb.tr
contests wero either !< s< cr drawn,
Pt Ghchqi’h County Ulvb, The
S> Gouge’s Otuuty Club o. roposed
f '.he following Curbs In the Eastern
Us rlot* of the Dounty of 8t Georg
wl‘ held another meeting on tbs,
26rh Inst at 12.30 p m at the Govern Governmint
mint Governmint Schco'io m : —Arima sad Bt»’ -
dard O C’a (Arima), Aanity (; ij
(lrouoa) Et t.harlis C O (Tuds
pum.), Union S*ar 0. Q (Ciora)
Dr i y and Feu de-Fracoe C. (’s
( !i Joseph) Maraeas CC, Hau Joan
and Hu. Grux C.O. Among the
buslceps to be transsotfd will be tbo
i-ppoiotaieni of a managing Ocm Ocmua'ittee
ua'ittee Ocmua'ittee for the year 1000—1»01 an
Honora-y Srcrttiry and a Treasurer
and the fixing of dates for playing
matobei between Chibs compcßing
he County Club. We learn that
>his club alioady has 2< 0 members
m the aggregate and that Mr John
F Wallen J P . Mayor of Arima has
beer asked to be the Honors,
Ficiideni.

W C. ROSS & COY,
Have now opened all their usual suDply of Good things for the
Ham, BDem Ohww, Gcn.v. Oheeao, R quefrrt; Cherse, Oemembert Oheen.
r^ o "7- fB, l P ; •iWOM .o, ti H>ch s P ua Puddinjr, Fcuita in Syrnp, Aborted
■' dqa t 4 L . q;,fla * {r,BS ' Ghftmp»gne : Moots and Chandoo, White Btar, Venre
Conserves Jimentaires from the well known houses of Messrs
Hodel l v i!s & Philippe ti Oanaud.
l* U . Co Qt’wa TmfM P«»e d« FMo. O s. T’ruflF.. Pahs da 8.0w.e Trnfla, Patad*
Htmerfi Truff>, Pat, de P irdreau Triiff., O dentine de VoUMe, Saaoinoo da Foi«*
Uiaa i uti*, Bins site Truffe Eplaohute. .‘y TfuflV, Petits Poii 8u Beurre. Petit Pole
sin* &0,. Ptse our PaHrtio Boxei of Ob otlateu,
Xoa»8 Cardr, S nta Chus Slocking* firi'i FANCY BASKETS—A SpaoialUj.
W, c. BOSS A CO.
GRO ERY DEPARTMENT.

1H|;! 141 ffiieiiek St
: Port-of-Spaln.
AND OUTFITTER.
T take *tho present opportunity of thinking my nt&nerous
friends" and patrons for their past support and bag to say I
have just reoeivei my supplies of
Xmas Goods
Which consist of NEWEST /FS bought from the l® B^'
ing marketsjin Europe and America. My stook.of
rant’s Silk igii > stiaw Hats.
/
Aro the:;iarg^ t and best assortment that haa
offered to tb d Trinidad Public lam well known for sopp/
ing the newest styles in
Gentlemen's Has end Colics
* nr] have just opened a new assortment also a g og ieiT.
of and Colored Hhirts, Underwear a
My Ready-m«d» Clothing Depart s°Tailor.
stock'd and is uuder the charge of an experiea
All (.' .rmruts bought ?re guaranteed to tit as if: ma . ffleo tß.
and as half the price cha'ged by Tailoring Esta 1
The Ladies’ and Children have not been f and
have a ! Po received a new and soleot assortment 0. sb# peß.
• hildren’s BMLOR HITS -new stylos, colours ana
flat Mauds of evt*ry description All Goods a flHiA p yoa
prices to suit the times, my system of business )s
CASH
d see
You are invited to call and inspect my stock an
value that is beiu waterman
The Hatter & Outfitter,
14, EEEDeIUUE ax, __ XEhKPHUNI



SPECIALTIES m
SILVER AND EP GOODS

WE HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN TO IMPORT OUR
Christmas Novelties
Which are all most suitable for Christmas Presents,
HBOCTSBffO «SE CrX’OIaIKTGr PRIZm.
Call and inspect
SOLID SILVER GOODS
In the following : Combined Bilver Watch and Paper Weight, Nio-Nace, Pencil Cases, Salt Spoons, Jam
Spoons, Mustard Spoons, Butter Knives, Napkin Rings, Afternoon Tea Spoons with Tongs in case 3, Knife
Rests, Clasps, Buckles, Ladies Link Suits, Bon Bon Dishes, Ladies Hair Brushes, Toilet Sets, Ca d Cases,
Scissors RLEOT.RO-PL ATE 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 Sprays, Caskets, Cigar Ash Trays, Mirrors, Waiters, Hat
Pins, Photo Frames, Scent Bottles, Gongs, Alarm Watches, Table Bells, Fish Eaters Ice Pails, Biscuit
Boxes, Cruets, Salt Cellars eto.

What is it ?
Only this.
THAT
MBPTXST DSi^H
Have juttt received another urge shipment of
Xmas Goods
Comprising mar y Buyable lices for
GENTLEMEN "A WEAK.
That swell Suit/ you hid last Christm a wan b'rnght at
METIVIER’H.
That np*to«date Collar and Tie w •<* also »ought at
MBTIVIBH’S.
Sea had your choice of jn Hhirt frnc * ! i*rge variety of
kinds that were displayed at METIVIER’S.
That Hat with stylish band that yuu â– > -n to *he races
was also b night at METIYIER’S.
We could mention score*? of p'ovhl holiday attire from MKTiVIER’S.
We can please more if you wW oa'y gi/a us 'he oppGrtrjruJy. Ou Ou«Mwtment
«Mwtment Ou«Mwtment is laige and varied this ne •• a, aacl we will Hstebtn ii a favou
if you will afford us the oleisure of p’> c’ you on >ho list of our satisfied
customers.
J R. MEtTvIER & Co.
42, King Street. 1a I‘avorita,
Robert Henderson
Bootmaker & Leather Merchant
BEGS to announcfl to hin Customers and the General Public that ha is
junin receipt of a flue shipment of New Leather Materials for
THE GH BIST MAS TRADE •
New shades in Brown, Tan &a , Large Baleolicn o f Box-Calf, WiPow
Call, Dianeond Calf, Glaoa Kid, Patoot Calf every description of Fancy
bssiher kept. The only place in Towi where snob fiae Goods can be
ftcured. We make this our business.
M , t);i ii imm
present our Workshop ie orowded with Bespoke Orders
IF 10U DON’T WANT 10 BIS DISAPPOINTED.
Ptaco, your Order Early, Mow is the Time.
ROBERT HENDERSON,
THB BOOT MAKKR.
Fredenok Street.
IkLEPHONE No. C.
LIWU IMI UWITI I—ll .rV* •
THE BEST OF WINES
:m b â– &'m i.* o*
C) the great HF’LTH RESTORER.
C for invalids and lovers of pure wine by £1
J. Chaiokeau & 00., of Bordeaux.
Recommended by the medical profession. S
be Obtaiuel retail from the principal storey and wholesale
from agents for Venezuela A W. Indies, >^r,
j,-.
HQ J. TAUREL & do. Corner of King A Charlotte Bt.
At San Fernando, from L W BONYDN & 00. Jp*
30XIN3a NVSI

THB PORT OF FPAIN GAZETTE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24,1900

CALEDONIAN HOUSE.

BOYS* BRIGADE INSPECTION
The fifth annual inspaotion it
connection with Nos 4 and 5 Com Companies
panies Companies of the Trinidad Battalion of
the Boys’ Brigade came cifiast night
at Moulton Hall and was largely
amended, No, 4 Companj’, uuchr
o»p>, A K Horsford and Lieut D d",
mastered 44 strong, while No, 5
Company commanded by Lieu',
CaUo numberod 30, Preceding >M:
inspection the companies were pin
»hr; ugh a few movement by Cap*,
Sykes who commanded, and sbo b >»
acquitted in a hi;h v
creditable manner, The dress inspv-o.
was then proaeeded with by Msj-n
C J Rooks TL I V., with w! in
were Captain George Lumbie T L i V
(Lieut Col B B) and tho officer ~f
ihe oorapaoiaa on parade. Th« bns
were alt quite neat and tidy i d
Major Rsoks, with difficulty, dec I ’>
in favaur’of Pis, Harold Lucas, :o
smallest and most popular boy fr
4 Oompany ; and Staff Serg\Th
hiil, a most deserving N 0 O of N • 5
Ooy The inspection over the officers
occupied sea‘-a ou the p’a'form w'
among others we no'ioed : Hon. I> B
Horsford MLQ President of th:
Battalion, (in the chair) Burger•
Capt Lawrence B,B„ Messrs II J
Vierra end Biilon, Mrs 0 J Bock*,
Mrs and M'Ss Oqllenv, M f ss Hers
ford, Mis" s Fid! r, Mrs E I)
&r,d the Missus Joint, Mrs K I Isb
sb Isb d, Missses Leggc, Mrs Fahey
and Bevds. K D Jones and 0 Trao-.
In the hail we noticed among the
large audience, Mr and Miss Graham,
Major G F Bon’ne LB, Adjufan'
Morgan GLB, Mr andJMrs Abners,
Misses Abbots Misses Fahey Miss
Blanc, Misßes Buroeit Mr and Miss
Simmons, Mr and Mrs L 0 innissjand
the Misses Inniss, The Bricado
Hyuin “Onward Church Boldi'>rs" wes
sung, accompanied on the orgm by
Pte Hrroid Burnett ; followed by a
prayer offered by Rev K D Jones.
The Chairman then briefly addressed
the meeting, s ating how gratifying ir
was to note the manner in which ihe
movement was progressing He theng&ve
an outline of ihe origin of the B B in
Glasgow and eulogised the Arouca Coin
putty, commended by thi indefatigsb’e
Captain Trot man, for having again
secured the Challenge ihield, ths com competition
petition competition for which showed the fopowing
resalts :—l, Aronoa; 2 Ban Fernando ;
3 and 4 Princes Town ; 5, Per of Spain
4 and 5 Companies ; 6 Grey friars. He
was at a loss to note the country com componies
ponies componies leading, and attributed the fad
to'here being nothiog to distant their
attention from the Brigade’s duties.
Major Rooks thm followed, and com.
P imented the companies on their
commendable show 'hat, night, so
ranch so that it puzzled h'tn to decide
the most deserving He ended by
giving them some wholesome aivico
Mrs Hooka then distributed the big lot
of valuable and magnifieent prizes to
the worthy boys, and many th*y were
The distribution < ver Kevd E D Jones
»dcrossed tho lads in practical me
and appealed to them to try credit to the church to which bey
be ongtd, to the community, to he
Brigade end to tbnn“etveß s.n i friend*.
He pointed out the advan sges which
the toys of this age possessed, nd
which in years gone by the boys r'e e
deprived of. Ke wished iluro 1 a
pleasant vacation.
The proceedings cams to an end
with the singing of the National
Anthem
HELD OVER
Our report of tbe meeting of the
Omtral Road Board is, we regret,
unavoidably held oyer,

TRINIDAD RIFLE ASSOCIA ASSOCIATION
TION ASSOCIATION
SECOND DAYS’ SHOOTING
The *S9coiatlon begun their seoond
dayc’ sheo ing yesterday morning,
in seme what u.'uuJy weather, but
e’evpi o that fact, a hiph standard of
shooting wae mointsined. In tbe
" Todd Oh'tllocge Cup” o tnpelifion,
Mr A Warner no d 3 possibles at 200
*ad 000 yards, »ha Bov W M Sprin
g r f flowed him at 600 yard* wbh
ibe next possible, and Mr T Peake
mid, nnotber pjsf>ib!e a' 500 yards.
Ai l. ibe P.KI3 conopetltion. To
Maj'r Bsfferty, the fipsocia’ion !«
nuuub ir.debtsd for thn manner in
wl.loh be bag cupported the meeting.
Apert from hig own oempekition, the
Major offered a Sricond and third
prize in the •* Hoadley Oompelition.”
Tbe neoond prize is a handsome
cigar cabinet; while the third is a
oeat -avelling olock The “ Dewar
OhaH ngo Onp’* has been won right
out by Mr Aif, Warner, who shot on
Thn'rdsy, and also yesterday for the
oup, winning it wi'h two thirty
dir t l . Wea’her permitting » good
tnmy parsons are expected on the
nape ‘.o dsy. as tbe ssecoiation wlb
b ‘At Homp’’ at 4 30. Lvdy
Knollys will d’Stribute the prizes
>nd H's Exoeilenoy the acting
Governor will also be present as well
*s ibo Band under Bandm-ster
Grainger. Shooting with noic Cu.e
aramuoition for k-dies will alsr kaze
plae3 this afternooc, as well ns the
drawing for the “ Ladies Prize * and
the distribution c the monthly
events won during the year, The
following were yesterday snore? ;
6 Tea Stephens and Scott Puizbs
—5 rounds at 300 and sat 600
ya ds Open to ail comers En Enhance
hance Enhance Fee $2
WINNBRS SCORE I-SIkB
A Warner .. 41 Ist Prize: In Kind
Rev W M Springer 41 2nd „ —fH
T I’eake .. 40 3rd ~ d
K P MacKenzie 40 4th ~ 5
j Adic .. 39 f>th ~ —3
K Porteous 37 6th „ - 2
7 The Fbesident’s Prizes—s rounda
at 200 and sa* 300 yards Opm
to members only Eutrirc'
Fee 02
WINNERS SCORES PRIZE
Capt W S Darwent 45 Ist Prize .. ®2o
A Warner .. 45 2nd 1,, 12
K P Mackenzie ... 44 3rd „ .. 8
C B Norman .. 44 4lh ~ .. 5
Rev WM Springer 43 sth ~ .. 3
SiiTappin .. 43 6th „ .. 2
b The Todd Chai.eenus Ccp—Hsndi Ccp—Hsndic*p
c*p Ccp—Hsndic*p ..5 rounds at 200, Sat 600
and 5 a' 600 yards Orcn to
roambors only Kntrance Fee 02.
WINNERS. SCORES PRIZE
Rev W M Springer 72 Ist Prize: CC He |I2
A Warner ... 71 2nd ~ —JB
CN H Norman., 69 3rd ~ —6
T I’eake ... 69 4th ~ 5
E Gransaull .. 68 sth ~ —3
JW Meyer .. 64 Oth „ 3
9 I'he Piiaur.s Challenge Cud - 5
rounds at v;Qd and 6 at 600 yard(
Open to mernleisonly Jtnirapca
Fee «2
WINNERS SCORES PRIZE
T I’eake .. 46 Ist Prize: CC & fI2
A Warner ... 46 2nd ~ —lB
J Adie .. .. 44 3rd „ 6
C B Norman .. 42 4th ~ 5
Capt Darwent .. 41 sth ~ 3
Rev W M Springer 46 |6th ~ ,‘t
9a. The Dewar i'hallenub Gup 7
rounds at 800 yards Open to
members onlt No Eutranec Fee
No Priz 1 M •ey This score to
be t„k Won by Mr A If. Warner.
BOARD OF EDUOATION.
9
Buxine** far M*Ul?g on Tueßdfiy
27 b November 1900:
L J?« Rtv Crr.j a RooflitA i.ttvr
pr -yit 5 the Bou(V* Civr.atd,, atloD ol tl e
followlrir: -
(a.) Pr v! r! n f : tb»bi?h«’ (*-»>inv
*1 n ! Obis to vh Oo,' ny
(6 ) M tiiiY*»»en ol Kuiss el tt ti to
, KmUergarton.

BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT.
• l * >«
We still retain onr premier position in Boots and Shoes, We have just received
iaetk large Shipment, onr Christmas Ms,

Ladies’ Glace 1-Bar Shoes from ....600 to $4 00
do do Oxford Shoes from ...,72c to 450
do do Court Shoes from ....72c to 360
Ladies’ Tan 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 Shoes ....720 to 180
do Suede Court Shoes.... .... at 180
do Bronze 1-Bar Shoes.... 108 to 144
de Black Cloth Boots K.B. ....840 to 180
do Glace, Cloth and Kid, Monk Kid
Imt. Glace E 8 Boots 120 to 325
do Button Boots in all qualities 120 to 550

(c) Graut r f free Exbib! i ns at tbe
Naparima Otdtepe
(d.) Mcd'fio&tioij cf Rules relsiirg to
free KxhibiUcpa »t ho (Juean’a
Royal a id 34 Maiy V. Colleges
referred sfc last moating with
the aotirp Insre'tfßeport
to a Se'eot Ounmivee of iha
Biard.—Oommitteb’s Report,
DCCUMKNTS RHCSIVKD f JNC« LIST
MEETING
(I) Litter fr m tho Vorora'de Aroh
desoon cf Trinidad re Apparatus
f)r«ptto Asninlod Snb^n!«,
(•'»•) Letter ft m Mr J MoGNnirue,
Hoad Teacher of 0 aignlsh
E O 8obo'«l, submlttli g testi testin
n testin < iiisls t'ov. J* m»la-». ml
s ktev to he provisionally oer oert
t oert :fi as tod until he undergoes
«xsmLu*ion.
(ii) Re owed "ppHcsUon from Rav,
G 8 Hh|l, Rector of Tuoapuns,
f «■ l id to the Oaroni ® 0 Snhool.
(iv) Ar’istan*: Irrpentor*’ Reports
on tbo Annual Examination cf
Pur onstewn 0 M I Sohoo' and
Blauchisseuee Government
Rohool.
(v.) Arsiatant Inspeotors’ Summsries
of Journals for Ootober
(vl ) Miputo from Aotiog Inspector
forwarding appHcitlra fr, m
Mr T Jiff mo EUtdwln, Houl
Tcuche ,’ rs S Mary 'a E 0 School,
To' »g ; for f curuent cf salary
under Ru'e 42
(vii) A p ioafio- f om tho Vnnoreb'e
Arobdoto .n , f Trinidad for aid
i f. Mary Ootsvia K O Sehooi.
Morus* Ii under SeoMnn 11
cf OrdinKTcc No 12 if 86'.
CITY POLICE CO (JET.
(Bes :ie Mr H P Hobson 8.J.P.)
Friday.
LARCENY OF BOTTLES.
Isaac d< 3ouza charged a boy named
Samuel Jacob with the larceny of a couple of
empty black half bottles, valued at one cent a
piece from a shop last evening. The defen defendant
dant defendant pleaded guilty ; and in extenuation de declared
clared declared he had often committed a similar act
thinking it no harm, as he required the bottles
to purchase red rum and wine. He was con convicted,
victed, convicted, and order. .', to b: imprisoned until 4
p.m.
BEATEN by a woman,
Emmanuel George and Miriam McClean
were charged by constable l’hipps with mak making
ing making a great disturbance in Henry street last
night. The officer stated that when he ar arrived
rived arrived on the scene he found the woman collar collaring
ing collaring the man, punching hi* head, and bawling
murder. The man was discharged ; and the
woman fined IDs or 7 days.
A BISCUIT THIEF.
A small boy named Nathaniel Stewart was
charged with stealing 16c. worth of biscuits
from under the eonnter of Messrs Haynes &
Co’s store. It seems the boy was in the habit
of frequently Uiteririg about the store with
several others, probably for this very purpose.
He was convicted ; and ordered to receive 6
strokes, with a promise of 8 year* in the Re.
formatory next time.
THE USB OF THE RAZOR,
Julia Gordon, a young woman who ap appeared
peared appeared with an infant in her arms, was
charged with having on Tbuisday the 15th of
November last between the hours of 7 and 8
o’clock in the morning, cut her across the
lower right jaw with a razor, inflicting a
wound six inches long and three quarters of
an inch deep, and a couple of lesser wounds
on the neck half an inch deep. Mr Wilson
appeared for the prosecutior. ; and Mr Kipp*
defended. The case was remanded to the
11th December, bail in /.3C\
DISTURBING THE PEACE.
Annie Arthur was charged with disturbing
tbe peace by making a great row in a shop
in Last Dry River. The officer alleged he
found her quarrelling in a very loud voi e
apparently at no one in particular ; and she
refused to cease when ordered to. 1 ined 5*
or 7 days.
DRIVING WITHOUT A LIGHT.
A cab driver named Joseph Mahon was
charged by Lance corporal Turney with Die
above offence, at Charlotte street, on the 12th
instant Mr F’rugar defended. The evidence
shewed that the offence was purely a techni technical
cal technical one ; the light only having been out for a
short time, and the defendant was fined 2».
DISTURBING THE PEACE.
Annie Alexander and Lily Hoel were
charged by Lance corporal Grant with dis
tnrbing the peace by making a noise
at Nelson street on the 12th inst.
The parties were bound over in their own
bonds of £5 to keep the peace for 3 months.
SUEING TOR LABOUR.
Charles McCave wan charged by Samuel
Stewart with failing lo pay him the sum of

Goodwills and Wilson,

911.26 alleged to be balance due on painting
work, done by the de'mdaat, Mr Kipps
prosecuted and Mr R E Phipps defended.
The complainant produced certain notes
which he alleged had been made on the re respective
spective respective days on which '•e had worked for the
defendant. On the examination of these
notes by Counsel for the defence the latter
suggested that they appeared to have been
recently made. The defendant wca made to
re-write the notes, and on comparison the writ writing
ing writing was found to be entirely different from the
first which he alleged were also made by him.
The charge was denied by the defendant j
who stated that far from beir.g indebted to
the complainant, he had a counter charge ;
having paid him in excess. The case was
eventually dismissed.
MENACES.
Palma Sedat was charged by Cado with
threatening to beat him at Diego Martin
sometime this month. Mr C L David prose prosecuted
cuted prosecuted and Mr E A Hendrickson defended.
The complaiuaot’s evidenc was uncorrobora uncorroborated
ted uncorroborated and the case was consequently dis dismissed.
missed. dismissed.
FURQPfcAN NEWT"&IXTRACT&
According to a paragraph now nowgoing
going nowgoing the rounde of In/ journals, a
new function has been discovered for
the all-pervading microbe in impar imparting
ting imparting flavour to tobacco. Mr. Clarko
Nuttall declares that the characteristic
laate and smell of the leaf, the pecu peculiar
liar peculiar aroma which renders it grateful
to the smokers palate, are duo entirely
to the action of bacteria The leave*
when gathered are left for a certain
time to dry and wither, after which
they are stacked together to induce
fermentation. It ii in this process that
the activities of the microbe come
into play, for myriads of these organ organisms
isms organisms are involved converting by their
action the decaying mass into the
“ fragrant weed ”of commerce. A.
German bacteriologist Dr. fcsuchsland,
after deligeat research, uot only dis discovered
covered discovered the secret of the transforma transformation,
tion, transformation, but succeeded in cultivating and
transplanting its microscopic agents,
and by introducing those taken from
the finest West Indian weed into a
heap of poor German tobacco, actually
converted it into a leaf of a very high
quality. — Medical Tim's.
No more eloquent testimony to the
decadence of bicycle racing could be
adduced than the fact that the once
popular meeting of the Surrey Club,
which has been held before as many
as 20,000 spectators, took place on
Saturday lust in the presence of a few
hundred persons. It is true that the
C rystal Palace,.which w-as resorted to
ou this occasion, is very different
from Kensington Oval as far as
access bility is concerned, but the
cause of the apathy of the public ia
more deep-seated than this, and it is
very evident that the popularity of
bicycle racing has passed, and that
the hope of its revival has been
steadily diminishing year by year
A Young Frenchman, named Oau
chois, has succeeded in paddling a
canoe across the English Channel. lie
started from Dover on Sunday morning
and arrived at Calais at half-past ten
1 on Monday Morning, lie paddled all
unday and right through Sunday
night, When he drove his craft on to
Calais sands he received a most en
husiastio receptien, in which the
; at hers joined. The canoe in which
Felix Cauchois, who is twenty five
years of age and a Parisian student,
crossed the Channel is >u ordinary
longshore one belonging to the Bow Bowing
ing Bowing Club. It measured 14 feet in
length and 2 feet wide, being covered
at both ends The sreil is 3 feet long
i by 20 inches wide. The only protec protec,
, protec, tion ci>n«i,ts of tho usual weather*
boards,

Boots and Shoes
Fop the People.

Ladies Lace Boots in all qualities ....84c to 4SO
do Brown Canvas Shoes ...,60c to 120
do Carpet Slippers, Levant Slippers, Moroooo
Slippers, Leather Slippers, Mole Skill Slip*
pers, Blacn Crain Slippers, Basset Gram
Slippers, Goat Skin Suppose, Velvet Slip Slippers,
pers, Slippers, Floral Sippers.
Boys and Girls' School Boots and Shoes, Boys and
Girls’ Dress Boots and Shoes, Men’s Boots
and Shoes in great variety—blaok and tan
square, medium and pointed toes. Army
Biuohers—russet and’black, $1 20 to 2 88,
Alpwgataa all sises,

1M k Ik
Are receiving per every ateeftmar
new Goods for Xmas.
WHITE CORDED PIQUE,
White Corded Pique with
Coloured Stripes,
Ladies Leather Belts.
Gents, do. do.
Cltspi for Belts-Yery Nut
Cellar a, Guffs for Ladies—Ohrlaten*
log Hoods,—lnfauta ” uta —Fea —Feather
ther —Feather Stitoh Braida In White and
Fancy.
DEN j.MS,
ju-ENTMi*
Coooa Bags,— Essences,
PRINTS, PRINTS, PRINTS,
la Fancy, Shirting and
Purple, at allprioes,
Good Lises for Wholesale Pupil
COTTONS.
RIJANES
Shirts, SHIRTS of aU kind*,
HANDKHROHIHFS-of all ooloraand
•tylee,
MADY-MADK
CLOTHIBG for men
LACE, LACE,
Ladies Sailors in tho Newest
styles of all colors and
Prioes.
BEE OUR BOGTj
DEPARTMENI
Before purchasing Christmas tinea
RUSSELL <* GO GO-14
-14 GO-14 A, Fradurlok Street,
JD ST RECEIVED
BY
Franch Ste&mof*
Gruyere Cheese
Bocqueforf, o*m*unbe?t, Chatter,
Lirarot, Brio. St JWrrfqao,
Uorgansol*.
S luoistona Lyon and D’Arteu,
F.uita, Chriataliiaaa. Nougale,
Nougatiooa, Fondant*, Dmgim,
Bonbons, Praline* fto.
Boland’s Pharmacy.
WWXK

5



6

LED BV A TIGER.
I had, in despair of seeing ' ur Di'ch’
visitor the tiger leaned mv rifl-*
against the w-ill «nJ put m 'hand and
arm as fa? as the ell>-w rcu d >he
angia of the ver .udah wail to take u
final look round wi.hout it j'j ir.g off
the plinth, just before joining my
comrades, when I suddenly found my
wrist seized in the jaws of the man maneater
eater maneater I He must have been only b
few fees away when I war. iu he act i f
putting my arm ar ucd >he bark wall,
and at shat instant s- ired me* WHc:
could I do? It was useless » rugging
with the gignt tic brute. The pain
was absolutely e*eructating as his
great fangs crushed through tin flesh
and bones of my wrist Seeing
resistance iu l i'«•, I sie ped b.ckwanJs
from the plinth ou to the ground,
yielding myself to the tiger, uud
realising that the hi ghest » ruggle
would result in instant tle.tli, and
thus I walked at tin- nd" of th: tig r
with my wrist *n his jaws !
At the inatunt of the siger tossing
me I gave a shout to sny friends
“ the tiger has got me ! Help for
Heaven’s sake 1 ” Ij appears Dm
they also had grown tired of waiting
and were dozing iu long cane chairs
with their guns heaiJo them. At uiy
ory for help, however, they sprang up
and rushed into the buugalow, closing
the doors, being for the moment
paralysed with four. Meanwhile 1
wag walking under compulsion, at sh»
side of this matl-ealer, every do dopreaaion
preaaion dopreaaion in the ground cuu, ing me
agony as‘.he brute's eethj tried and
wrenched the bones oi my wrist.
We had proceeded in this tn inner tor
fifty yards when he neared a nullah,
or dry watercourse, which formed a
boundary be - ween ho bungalow
ooropounj and ilie tea iomhe.-- o. i)>.
Other side. In a flash I rea t-d hi. t
if the monster iiegot me m'.i this
nullah I was doomed. I gave one
heartrending slu u- ; For God s sake
you fellows, come ..ml 11-1 j> mo ! "
This was enou .li for young KMicbfla.
Witfao”. a mom- nts hesit i.i u ho hurst
through the back door, rifle in lu- d
to which, by the way he had Mlixe*
the buyona —* fl rushed down to my
rescue. l'h« t igor .ad brought m to
the brink of u»o nullah, and T, m
knowing hat help whs a*, ban 'or
Hadolitl-i had shou'ed, 1 Hold o !’o
coming !”—-dii-w back s is .h r rs'reug
s'reug rs'reug li and ti t u.cit; I suiT- iu.
would p, rum,; upon «! id. the tip r
turned deliberately r timl 1 • :nr me
and raising b'niß'fli up <-n bis hi ml
legs, placed !isi mm n#u i r nt pa »a .it
my thou dors, l itnâ–  or i om- in n
loosing ihe gup .c tmd o»- m wns .
Can I discri < ,e•. •> - ■ i « , ii
and body that 1 eti a rod t>,i 'hat
Suptema momn'? • Haul, (» i
lasted only a few second", but i r aj -
peated to mo hours u if urn , i
exerted tuy whole s reog'h (mid I in
apowerful man,) eveiy a ;v e ‘ >
muscle, to wi lis and lit f rwar 1 ; r -
suretl' ti jis heavy beast wi; h n ; g
thrown L.ik to •ot »8 a ? ‘ , end
wondering wnwi i ghou d he overcome
by the fcigei’s superior m igh s i
gri at strength There was •fl i»;
loud rapori, and the tiger 1-11 cte r ,
batkwatds b oseiiing the grip oi m.
as he lei). •* liun for your h;.-, iu ui!”
shouted Ri !cliff in . !t o sect? ti
wnrmn-4 o .oak) ibe ! os’ use
oi my hgs ; but 1 w is w>>a{» with p m
and lore of tdo .d, and Ra iff hod
gained the hu. g flow i d imiootH
some neojuds oelore i i vlied it ibe
tiger meanwhile hid pi. itally reco\ »
ered himself, wis on ins legs again,
and one â–  more chasing me ! As 1
placed my foot on the step I was
hustled lorward aoros-i Hie verandah
and into tlm entre room, Hie rc»t
door giving wa v titlt my weigh'— and
the tiger mibn.' iicriss my l/KAI) !
NJfiV&U HiSI oHid.
Favor be l oro were our prtoei so tow,
Never before was the quality so high
Hoc the prloa,
Never before was our stock so large end
[oholoe.
Fever before were our oustemers po
(numerous.
Never before was our business better.
From Dow till Chris mao dawns
we arc prepiring biggest r t o rd.
breaking business. Our motto is
'* K’*r tv Hustling ”
H c e our udvenisi-in rj« in L- c.
page, and you wdl non- has began in rowl earnest at the
Qura.d. This week we offer bar*
gains in ovary Hue
Wo tare »h«wiug a lovely assart,
meat ol bUauti, Ohio* o uiuihii,
peisonaby so noted by ot,r a-. t
Whdn visiting »t o P rls Kipo'i ton
and he de. iv i gre t p aUe for tin*
lovely sel-c. lo i you o io buy, Xin
Ovtd* 1 y, 1) s. eto i’to ( henp
e ‘ -orald. George de G>m» &
t <
OWL will Lb! Nui huh v WATcii.
You msy win a wa‘nh—a sibr -
K yocs (or tty wlrd at y ijr
pi(t&*u>ej Kug ii h Wfttoh for one slfl .
ling by jointnir on- Watpb Club t- -
d»y, In to ■ v.q cU i Now “
aoi iv.l oi ' ‘ 1-nsH round ana . >
Hirtto ’, On y T Co.«inofu
28Qur)S?ce« ' -
HI VCLfi QLIIH UH WI \ Wk havea/o.v otsitc. , r g
r.nr 2id llioyolc Cl bis you
tii.na -r-l*y, Tte u uul oub
Iras -id ,n t>i-ay /II in <
hid p*y up ear j , *; „i. ■

S/i Lh OF PROP! nr IBS
i.' ' 8 A H lifvgi ‘to vii? ii-OUotk
pUBfIUANT to S .oiiaa ill I h > P-r -si- dpsiu HjUa T t Dcdiuo i • Idl'd
« Notice *s hereby given ths uu-fer «nJ by virtue of warrant?, for sale uvW the
haul thi Oi'uf fj-min's’* io? '•» i-i i* dJ* ‘-hi 25:b of OiW «•, ! oOO‘he
bou.ps a it parcels rs la's f hsrc-aidsr 'escribe; wifl he n-M I. /Pu -iio Auction
before the do '« • f ‘he Ifown Hal', cn Toes l*y. V.-o 37th day f November ’9OO,
hetwean the hoa?s of one nn 1 tw» o’d.-ek otn• u l ho <• n n ui of ff ni*e bates
pii-i til roßpeot cf 'U h h imes end parcels t Urd foe .ectirely, tegelho- wbh ten
per cmv .on H e "la n t• f soch -ates, on ‘ hr- o • te < t .nd inddental to fuoh sale
b p' ’ ; tho Town Gifik aui Treoamnr liefo- - * Le ay - f aVe.
No. h'IXUAII.N, '-’amkj. Ratz Dun
8 ~ fib : s;tc tin ytn ot ..15 T Pollard |l2 00
2-1a .. fb .. t’. I>' i! bat to* . : thr-ra ... 10 80
hr .. 11 ft on B:wt ~1 Jaeu ~ 450
fltoii ibl! bands ..■'«»■ uol A young ... 315
2 ... A Frv o'ifs *" .. 460
)a , ,Deit fihest Ns»lh . ,Hi-f Ghss li PhlHpa .. !) Pii
3a .... „ . .Ms Laurmice for ao-sflen .. 1 60
i a ..O.ikc Sir*at .Arrindej) an d c»ke*s .. 4 60
40 .. dc do ~RMoKir ~ fi pi)
6 a ••’•) f' ~OK .1 h f ‘d 5 b .. < ! v da ...fbrrs J A Lawr«b«a .. 5170
60 .. d-- 'hi ~]{ Hhurh s ~ ‘2 2'
o7a .. dc du ...J Guide 2 70
67il .. do do ~G Dnncsn *, 460
23a , ,Gb rg*> Plros.t . .1, ti Baris, H P f*e vll!o t-ud F K
Sa’ ville ~ 15 00
ISa ~Nebco Street ..JJ Htfii; _ y 10
(â–  a ~P PU/ost Street ~J s.-ph Oliver ~ 36j
6a ..Prf- to Btreat West ~M Aaron end ohe s ~ 180
12 .. do no ...R Uiohardsc.il ... 4 6
2Ca .. dc- do ...A Bsptlgte end ntLo e .. 19 6>i
12 ...Bone Hill ., 8 80
4b . .°.t. Jaaies ftr e*! ~E M S >yet (Bmi h’a !»n,) , , 10 80
8a , ,'6t Joseph R j&d , ,A Dube ry M 8 75
11 ia .. do d’ ..Mi Vs!fwq*wz ~ 90
1a ~T wr» C un.i 1 Stv.-' J ~M Ai-cstai .. 7 '0
4 ..Victmla twre»t ~lt Oliis-n .. g 00
5 , .Woo*'fortl ■’». ,/a ,1. •'» f?i {.her tt 9 t;o
20 .. no ipj ~G--i'.rg(j 1 PO
SUiiii ÃœBS ÃœBS*
* ÃœBS* 8 ~ ikdo Fi u' oad ..O Reuse po
2'a .. - *1 mC' V .llnv Read .. Llt Ferdi: ood . . 9c
6 , ,b..V(is'.. 1,« Hoad ..A dad flock 1 08
JCBKPH ABN OLD LA MY,
T? wn Clerk and 16

. li - UUhl 1. UHlh’i.
Da you Hiiffm* f?;itn any nffeoliors
of tho In't-rf ?
Is you* fiver torpid ?
Arc ypt! 't victim io thcaaia'Am?
I»yunr b‘ d out o' o- 1 ? It to
roooemb -' tbn umvelb-n*; iffi cov of
V. 1; < nV otj?es—a flora - * r u. dv
■ * i —O do? i a■fi (ui
.] .1(1' ■’ \V 0, 11 .■::*? f-fl All ,
■ wi—»wf»ms iii I W-. a„ 9,A| 1 jog at|j AO]
|,ue 4 AV tUivkudai; faaoca
, *.«Aai 0 d.l tpvm S'. 9jsrj[ *B9 iflia d
4i 4 ■ 4.i ( ‘uv.idsq '{.a p p.AOqg
—! I 8'B;q M . p.q
yffiu a uiuaquag ui Aojjod
Uhq 93 t nlJJ ; C.0‘,0 It 45 GUO
ua qans ojt atuooa uj 4ij£a.io{d
-ait jo fl»iO| flueum A,qjß3jd S.M&
•—;tiHp:ooa 40] panOOjua aj ‘ssaan;
XqlMb| « iq aa.jAi „
Ail] <4 , ot|! AO] ip AV3] H ifq tfaif
♦tid |aoAi*d Bitn JO ii pj;iui(j asoqM
Bjodißd ]J aoiijeod aqi raqiA.isap
Da qcßds k|3Aj v-nJlg‘aiqj,
NA\Oa HaiSffQ
FORIS H >GGHT.
Or or thee thousand six hnndr>,i,
(3,800) cVm« hvve been puld I
Trinidud hy the Siiobeim Bjvtti
"Ciflety Limited.
The rasa it. of ?.vr hnct'ht i|:
pinnot ThtißU who bc.v no r » h!
advtn nyo of sooh prohonoe sbou'fl
nonsuit *he Bncievy's toblti of r»isn.
Persons residing in any part of the
/stand wh i m»y dceiie lntotm-» iin>,
I re it vlted to wnira for the Society r
progpi'Ctos
A •"'nts »r.s required In distHois ? t
un»cp*t:»rr»ffd,
F vLE •
*rtlK Plant.lions “ DIN' LK\” t*i fl
* " PARAOI B", (j.i.t five wiru vr
drive f> m tas Taufttlgua Bullwny bln -
II ji.), »ilunto in tho Ward f Tscsrlgtic,
one i f the boi iibbst in the liland.
The undoreigued wll 1 *iv . amh<-rity t
hiss so", ot »’ y partluulars not in tl >
fc'lvo If.eruoi t end whhh may ho re:,
s u-.t-ly nqulred by any .‘nteuJitig par parch*
ch* parch* .
Uff-’-t* will ba reoriv d hp tho urn’ei.
ifg e up So neon, on tod unlay, |Bo 16,1
IHuor boi next.
Particulars :
Dinaley—JS,f a
biigur blunt coro-j'ete, Ujud Dweliii
Hvuee,
About I.fidO too 1 ( Cl.ties lu h irde
oi tnitosn-.
LI VS STOCK.
V«’ns» ht eva* $8 o*'
Paradise—S,;;,* j,'A'".'.
of lecd,
to .V »u> 1 vs ttiar gravel. Imp rUn!
’'J’' •ti i ■ la-s« rer.|*l i; ti
•' *h ' A? t Peal Proiert*
O li ♦* occ. a ! l 5 ; o
Santa Ofci'ia bstate —S...‘w,
Drop nuh*. contain! 42( 4 «ore« to!
1 a 1 ' au e* ar-* u» 1)S «cre» io the bamli. «i ennti*ot..ri
lb” "■■" in 12,('t U ' ra< eon th c»
JOHN DKNNIB SISLLIKa,
Holioifor,
4 h V n Nire. t,,
. r p In.
i Ui. .‘-A. i'.
A t Am- a \ H er.
*• >1 a 1 lii, e, t 1 g Auciu
hot . A", i» At
MBS VON A 7DTIZ
22.i.:— 4 ui ,

THE fOBT OF SFAIN dm,. gATURDAI, NOVEMBER 24 ItCO.

U-./.SII iNOEKI’.
TO Bii GIVEN BY
iffl Rfadma;. :.v; ICom'j.
Kridfiy, 30th Nuvr., 1900.
AX TH« «
P UcCEV; 1 UILDING.
Prt'g j raihf :
V »>t • a '.lt f Mis: s iipp ! ...“ hxuil hxuil[eioi
[eioi hxuil[eioi ” Htriog Bard
('ll At,(Joy,. ,Pcpm«
i », MJgp'K Sw b,
ill t> I A :Vto‘ )< ,
2 i3o . Oil u* .. M A ‘ r
i i ”
, K«i: h i Hi Hi'
' Hi' fe. ' u Gcrdcn .
t ° ffi h
3 V Ite—NfeoUa li n d 0... ; Hum
4 Lvii- iri—Duk 6 F j■ ' . M Wl. d
fl P K Lt to f'K" lift I
7 Vas }•; M 6 ...B :•
8. (■ g ,» fl ri.r H I
9 Ij - 1 Ce ' ten ii„' K ■
:0. Iji«» z-i fj- Ci i Ha- '
Intel mission*
V* -Hi cif G Marc
1. hi £ it ’ fl'ii v* HHi
3. I. C : V.1.,1 ' ii r
4. V i Fir ’ij K- !* linn
5. ' o r I Mr
i’ ■ —Li l;.- If II.'I c- lie. i'
7-- . i n Mâ–  N -j' T!i . tdia -
i - • -••.? m- »o -Vlsi u •
11. i. i; : and
g > H M.'.i y
0 U r B »qi t de Cu.-:
an eaniss on
!. V Doeptouiß BftCd
2. onuo . .’n Mr L-d-i.r c
3. La: "r
4. 0 m'o Jtes'ffm Mr Pnrk<*(Bei
5 V 6 ...M ' " Band
8. Pong—Ara* a Ft.rswell.... M Glaacnw
7 Vkl*o—l’ti.* J lie... But I
?• 0-, mi.: Song— M. t o*dm
9, V i m—Sro re Lift OJae ro.i <•
10- Ge'ti Q'rrk a

' Gotl 3* ve i h«* Que n”
A. BLACK MAN,
Seoretaiy.
D. lIYNDM-N,
Din it r.
RaMAKag—'.to. e•c Ih w 1 h > noerm noerme*-r,!v,t
e*-r,!v,t noerme*-r,!v,t or th' Ha’p aid Goi- r ty
<>)! dm nn ! F r.n. . T.okete w. i • \
“•old at'beiKor , n ih > ni hri( Io
0 > o ?*
AUCTfuN SALE
K K
utrtLy, 27th Nuvr., 1900
AT
NO. 2, ST. VINCENT L i UKKT.
L AVOl'libl) I'hli'** uoll as rc.teiv. -
tt * ii- «'*..*»igi.ref wi,| offe? for an
•ba fi 11. wing la. anbm.l Fu ..-itu■.* m.
iffic'* p:< party of a >*li'.bw»n I»ave g
Ih” 'Hr i t.» *— H rjtw.,od ( hair*, Kt j
Uhslre kUi- eta- d. ‘Hut Taiile*.. Mi.-,*
t>, ‘ ' li dt j Mcb* T|i I b«-».
Hemb o F w. m.h.' , Mi, , it. arfl,
1 HANDSOME COTTAGE PIANO
( • PON ii .v c >N ) I- v i * p, o'Oi l
1• * • P o 8 , Iron He
"' •'* T i,,, r. «. 1 Hck w 4ii> fir
•! he> ti • .'toifa.
1 Landrail A ° Bread Vans.
VL' at i p v<.
Tt /«.< r a*\ He fore Delivery
Kltbl). r. M. H .OTT,
Auotlom« .
2 H V u t ?t*< <».
2! S. viu<• i 1 toXI,
WIFE NOT’D E.
| rHERKBY u-n y t*l Fublo »
I t Wltl not o :«*p i nit Ik l. r» y >.
(?ol.tt con' al .J by my slf i ac t â– 
K Bb*< having !r<; m i h tua an
.. i whhou. any j .inl l ,uu
J ' KPH NtUi?i\V KING.
| 0 u .N.t lubvr, i'\Cl,

—! ■ ' - - - ' -
Result of Analyist No. 30.
Sample of Stimulating stout received from Trinidad Brewery Company on 26th October 1900.
This sample has an original gravity of 1072 The f tout is of good quality, PURL & WHO!. EBOMr. s
V 3oth

EVIDENCE IS
BETTER THAN TALK.
CALL AT ONCE!
CALL AT ONCE I
AT
MAILLARDS
AND BEE THE
Miles far the Seum
For the Ladies we have the mott charming array of
DRESS MATERIALS
in the Island, comprising the latest oreations in
SI! KA FRENGH MUSLINS, SHEENS, ETO.,
ALL PERSONALLY SELECTED BY MR MAILLARD HIMSELF.
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT,
under the able management of MADIME HA.LL,
who during the short time she has been here has
given entire satisfaction. FT ATS made by her
and made to order, Paris modes—real Beauties.
IM«rs idm ff«.
This Department is replete with all the latest
Fovelties in i iea, UolUrs, Shirts, and. speoial
lines in
TW?£o;i AN!) COATINGS FOR THE SEASON.
H ITS To Suit Every Face—a 1 styles, Hat Bands to match:
°un Ready Mada Clothing
Stylish Patterns, well malo, and look equal to
mado-to-order Clothing.
M AILL ARD’S
PR INI'S & COTTONS.
Despite theorise in the prices of these HOODS
we still continue to sell at the lowest prices in
the market. We have a line of
Whito wd Coloured MUSLINS j
Worth from 150. to 400. which we are
going to sell at from 8) to 18c.
DON’T FORGET !
Maillard’s Sell
Boots & Shoes
All you is to see our :
SHOW WINDOW® 1
and we a su'e that'jou will slop in and get jost
you w nted.
CALL AT ONCE!
ML f teAlUili I;
Ootrenof Kin« and Frederick Streets: It
, j||
el; popular:
â–  . â–  m;.



STEPHENS AND SCOTT “THE STORES. 1 :
-
rs a jsc * t 3P rr *r n v v
Until the middle of Deoember to plaoe your order for
0- 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 beat and artistio style and work into it, WHEREAS if you
put off 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 Cards,jLadies Trimmed Hats (a bvely lot direct from Paris just received).
Pay a visit of Inspection to The Stores’

Marbie Tombstones
Artistic Monuments,
Made in Italy, by skilled Sculptors. For sale and made to
order. Ail particulars, and three splendid specimens, oan be
seen at our office and show rooms.
M-J. TAUIvFL cfe 00,
Corner of King and Charlotte Streets.
n—Mil 111 ■■!■■■— —M ■■MMI 111 I I II I ■■■! II F
THE ORINOCO
Shipping and Tiding do., Ltd.,
fil, SING STREET, PORT-OF-BPAIN, TRINIDAD,
188, FBNQHUBC-T 4RTSSET LONDON, B.O tJ
KTKABSKRS

MAQABEO LINE.
8, B, Bo&ivab
*, 8 Mania*aim
S. & Dam
Tq«|a* Oailob

B**nl*r;Bt«un9i »er»foe’roais-l Sha'l 1 ■'» and ta and from Tobago by the
B-8. *Banaanarer "tinder Govarumwnt -v, t -at ring Hails and Passengers
baanion and Family Tickets Issued 'â– â– â– â–  bn rot*';! trip at special rates (meals
intmdsd).
Bsgnlar combined set rice by tho F»; “Von '■dor ’ and 8,8. •* Bolivar 1
"•kwen La Gnalra, Quanta, Cumana, M r,? >ta (I* lamar), Oarnpano, Trinidad,
*M Uudad Bolivar.
®»roogh tickets leaned between La Gurtra, F rt-of-Spaln and Intermediate
points on the Upper Orinoco Herr- ' by the Company’s steamers,
, '*™on^irates of freight between Ccil« ' Bolivw «-d Europe, and between
•*' V“** “8 the Intermediate ports on the ,Valn an l iia-opn
-a«BSSP ndall informa J , .-ply *t the Company's Chief Ofiloe
â– ... Talepkoae Teiegraphia Address.
No. 68 f London
m I T-d.ided
u â„¢ # Box No 6ft. I New York

TO AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS-
I HAVE ja at received one of the latest
in small Cameras whioh I will sell at a
small margin above cost so as to intro introdace
dace introdace this speoial and reliable maohioe in
this Colony, It is the only maoblns now
assd by touring in the United States and
Canada. You ctn oall at my Pharmaoy
to have a look at same
PETES ARTHUR RAM3EY.
4 v
illli VlOiOlilA
suxime**. ao
RECEIVED PER 8.8. “ MARAVAL.”
PsottEfcT Os DHAWEEB
I n„„ ~ Assorted at $6, 8. and 110 eaob.
I S lB6 IOBcr?. HANGING LAMP 1 (decorated) at 16 and $7 20 eaob ;
I l# dll/ H FREEZER \ 1 qiari, 2 qiartg nod 3 quarts at 7/
I£** dozen * PF ' R S ’ S - “ EDEN.”
I s* l J.CQT f esk a °*j n Ten dozen Rockers (Bentwood) at $8.50 and $9 5o
l Uo,d Moulding at cheap rates ; one owt. Parcelling Twine
I i? 6 * 8c» j/PWielly Btrone- 6ix Grove Oboep Nankin Doll*. One gro»
1 * A I** « I ® c P,wh - 150 Grotss BALLOONB at 80s gross at
A ® Co., The Victoria, Ko. 13 8 Frederick Street
I*w

i UP RIVHB BTEnMEBS.
8. 3. Apubi.
t 8,3, Goan abb.
{ 8. 3. Mabpabbo.
3. 8. Sooobbo
1 R 3. Haxoa,
B. 3. Mokoanizo.
i

EHEFORT OF SFAIN SAZETTE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 HOC.

Notice to Smokers
LA HABANA,
Depbsito de Tabacos y Cigarrillos de Todas Classes.
MARINE BQIMRF, NO- 2.
Stock on haßd of the choioeat Cigars at the following
Pricer to d«fy competition.
Governors by box of 50...59 00 pr 100 PsneteUs by bo* of 50... 400 pr 100
Relna Viotoria 50.. 670 „ Renitas ... „ 80... 400 „
Londres ~ 50... 624 ~ Young Ladies „ 5J... 350 „
Bouquet ~ 25... 600 ~ After Sapper... ~ 50... 250 „
Conchas Egpe Egpeciales
ciales Egpeciales 50... 480 „
“ The proof of Ihe padding is ha ealiug thereof,” so parohasera are
strongly advised to give our seieot s‘oik a rial before spending their money
elsewhere
“ SMOKING IS BELIEVING.”
Ath, Fortier.

Steamers' Movements ,
KO NINXLIJKB WEBTiNDIBH*
MAT I D «NSI.
Tks Nsw OeUmial Oesspaap Ltd.—Agtn*t
PRINB MAURITB—The Dutol- Mall
Bteamer “ Prlns Maurtts” Ib due here
from Venesuelan ports on or about the 35tb
November 1900 proceeding afterwards to
Demerara, Paramaribo Havre and Ameter*
dam taking cargo passengers and malls,
ORANJE NASSAU-The Dutoh Mall
Bteamsr “ Oranie Nassau” Is due here
from Amsterdam via Paramaribo and Dome,
rara, on or about the 36th November 1900
proceeding afterwards lo Carupano Cumana
Ouauta, La Quayra, Puerto Oabeilo, Cura Curacao.
cao. Curacao. Jaomel, Auz Cayes, Port au Prinoe and
New York taking oargo, passengers and
malls.
JBANNB— The Dutoh Mall Chartered
Steamer Jeanne” Is due here from
Amsterdam via Paramaribo and Demerara
on or about the 10th Deoember, 1900, pro.
ceedlng afterwards to Catupano, Unman*
Guanata. LaQuatra, Pto. Otballo, Curasao
Jaomel, Auz Cayes, Pori au Prinoe and
New York, taking oargo. passengers, and
malls.
PRINB WILLEM IV—The Dutoh Mai
Steamer ■- Prlns Willem IV” Is duel
here from Venezuelan Porte on or about
the 13th Deoember, 1900, prooeedlng after,
wards to Demerara, Paramaribo, Havre and
Amsterdam taking oargo passengors and
malls.
PRINB WILLEM lll—The Dutch Mall
Bteamer ” Prlns Wliiem III” la due
bare from Amsterdam via Paramaribo, and
Demerara ou or about the 36th Deoember
1900 prooeedlng afterwards to Carupano,
Cumana, Quanta, La Quayra, Pnerto
Cabelio, (Juraoao. Jaomel, Auz Cayee, Port
au Prinoe and New York teklng oargo pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
FUNS WILLEM 11. -The Dutoh Mell
Bteamer V Prlns Willem II” Is due
here from Venesuelan Porte ou or about the
37th Deoember 1900, prooeedlng afterwords
to Demerara, Paramaribo Havre *nd Am.
eterdam taking oarvo, passenger* end moMe,
TRINIDAD LINE OF BTEAMEBB
Trinidad Shipping A Trading 00. Ltd.
/ I RENADA—The 8 8 ’'Grenada” of the
VJ Trinidad Line will leave for New York
on the 17th November and le due here 25tb
November 1900
MARAVAL -The f.s " Maravsl" of (he
Trinidad Line will leave New York on
Saturday the 34th November 1900 and Is
due here via Grenada on Tuesday 4th
December 1900
COMI’AQNIE GENERAL TBAN6AT
LANXIQUE.
0 Leotaud â–  ANA DA Tbe French Mall Steamer
" j 'i Canada,” Is du-i b»re from Venesuelan
ports on tbe 30th November, prooeedlng
aftuwards to Martinique, Guadeloupe, Ban
tender, Bordeaux *nu Havre, taking pa.sen
gere, malls and cargo.
THE ROYAL BTEAM PACKBTCO.
F S Scott d Son-Agent
>; vIRWENT -The H M Extra Bteamer
S J Derwent it in port taking cargo and
will »l*o take paeeengen, calling at Urenad*,
8t Lneia and Europe,

Si LEN. The RMB ‘ Eden’ will Lave on
U 28th November for Tobago and La
Gualra taking oargo passengers and malls.
Li 1 DEN. The RMB ' Eden ’ will leav JU
Cth Deoember for Southampton
(‘’Trent’ homeward from Barbados) and
other West Indie Islands. Demerara Burl*
nam Colon etc. taking o trgo, passengers and
mails.
FREDERICK LBYLaND & CO. (19001
LIMITED WEST INuIA & PAdFIO
BRANCH.
New Colonial Company Limsled—Agents
BERNARD HALL—The s.s ‘ Barnaul
Hall' Is dee here from Liverpool via
Birbados on or about the 11th Deoember
1900 prooeedlng afterwards to LaGuatra,
Pto Oabeilo; Guraoao; SavaniKa and Carl
thagena taking oargo passengers and malls.
SARGASSO —The London Direct Line
steamer ‘ Batgasso' I* due due here
from Loudon via Barbados on or about tbe
Ist Deoembe. 1900 prooeedlng efterwar&a to
Demerara Beibloo and Surinam taking
oargo passengers and mails.
• , -iHWRNT—The R. M. Extra steamer
1./ •’ Derwent” now In port taking oargo
for Havti*, London, Hamburg, Aio., .
will leave to.day via Grenada and Bi.Luola
taking and malls.
COLONIAL BANK LXCHANGE
BIIURO’ UTSS —UIDOS.
Drafts
90 day* ~ 4,83 pet 5100
90 „ ~ 4.85 do.
6 .. 4.88 do
raaia.
Draffs
W day* M foe. 617 per J
90 ii h, ii 6,16 do,
ii ~ |, 6,13 do,
•1 ii •• ii 6,11 do.
Demand on Lloyda - 8o per £ or part,
N«* York Rats of Exctni.-go 1 c/o pram.
Pfemu fee t< lo added In over r oaae*
Port cl Bp»in—l3tb Novr, 1900*
SbipoioK intelligence.
ARRIVALS
23rd Novr
SAN VICENTE Von schnr, Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, 41 tons, 4 days Cano Colorado
—37 bags cocoa, 14 bales balata, 8
hides and 6 deckers.
E'TEFANA, Ven sloop, llurtallo, 16
tons, 14 days Bolivar—l>3 pieces
timber —ballast and o deckers.
DEPARTURES.
23rd Novr.
RK-4t UE, Arnr stmr, Glendinning, 77
tons. CVno Colo ado - 8 lons general
cargo and 29 decke's—New York
and Bermudez < oy.
ELM A, Amr schnr, Baker, 299 ton*,
Bueno |Ayres—47s tons dried as asphalt—
phalt— asphalt— Trinidad Shipping and Trad Trading
ing Trading Coy.
LA FORTUNE. Brit sloop, Carlow,
28 toae, Bt. Vincent—wundry pkgs
tudxe and 10 deckers

CLOSING OF MAILS.
Mails (or Demarsra, Surinam and
Cayenne by Ihe Villa d» Tanger will
be closed to-day at 12 o’clock, noon
precisely. Registration doses at
11.30 a m.
Mails (or Tobago, Grenada, St-
ViDo?at, Barbados, 8». Luoia, Dom Dominica,
inica, Dominica, Montserrat, Antigua, St. Kilts,
Bermuda and St. John’s by the
Ocnmo will be closed ou Monday the
24th at 3 o'oloob, p.m, preoisely.
Registration olcses at 2.30 p m
( O-DAY’B FiXi UREB,
Distriot Coart 10 a.m,
Bide Association Meeting at St.
Glair.
Cricket,
Almanack this Day.
HieHWAxn.
Port ci Spain Morn b 80.. Aft 548 p.m.
Sun rices .. .. 668 pm.
Sunsets .. .. 681 p.m
Moon sets .. .. 7.46 p,m.
IHEICE HOUSE_ RESTAURANT-
Menu
English Psa Soup
Fried Fish
Minced Meat on Toast
Boiled Tripe, Tomato Sauce
Irish Stew
Stewed Veal
Mutton Cutlets
Mutton Chops
Veal Cutlets
Pork Cutlets and Peas
Sirloin bteak
Bump S teak
Boast Beef
Pepper Pot.
Jam, Cheese, Fruit, Coffee.
Vanilla Creams (Extra),
iiiHi liAZm'ii
POBK.OJT.aPAI.N
SATUFiDAY 24m NOVB 1900.
A V OBD OF WARNING.
Zha oumcoeroa o( this odouy has,
as ia w(. 1 known, rapidly and large largely
ly largely inoieased within, the past (aw
years, .ad as a natural consequence
the area o( intercourse with other
parts of the world has been mush
enlarged and the facilities (or suoh
intercourse greatly inoreeszd and
improved, All this is a mailer
of jusl pride and satisfaction, but It
must ooi bo (crgcl.au that every step
in this direction wbiio it lends to
benefit the trade of Ibe colony, is at
Ibe same time increasing its liability
to the latroduolioa of one or oiher of
ttoo vatioun epedemia disease!’,
wbioh are more or less prevalent in
soma part of the world, at every
season of tbe year.
At the present time when outbreaks
of the Bubonic Plague arorepmt-d
from many d.fferent quaiters,
a O donv, had within the past few
day* to take precautions to prevent
the loUccuotiaa ii fcmuli-Fox, we
think the re-asiliog of a f«w of the
ickdiug foots in oonneoiiin with ibe
or giu a.d spread of that disease
iu 1671. «n»y not provo in inopportune.

opportune. inopportune. That dreadful epidemic
cost the colony over 3,000 lives, and,
having been allowed to spread, was
only stamped out after the expen expenditure
diture expenditure of between £12,000 and £15,000
of Public Funds, aided by a
considerable amount of private aid
generously contributed by the Mer Merchants
chants Merchants and others. And yet it
originated from what is and must
always be an every day occurrence -
and one that oannot possibly be pro provided
vided provided against. A sailor (coloured)
who bad come out from Europe to Bt,
Thomas, took passage there per
R M H for this ooiony where he landed
in due course. Borne two or
three weeks afterwards a report
spread about that there were two
oases of t ßmall-pox in town and on the
Health Oilioer visiting ihe plaoe. (a
small wooden tenement to the
North of Harris’ Promenade) the
soiior, who stated that the disease
had shown itself on him five
days after his arrival was found
covered with small pox wbioh had
reached its most oontagious state ; a
woman, with whom be had been iiv<*
ing since hut arrival, was found
iu h .ve caught the infection from
bun, and to be also sufiering from
the disease but in a milder form.
From the'.e two oosas originated the
sad epidemic, wbioh although at
first sio’> in its progress ultimately
tprec.u rapidly to every quarter of
the town and gradually exteuded
mto the.ocuutry,
It wou d sarvs no good purposo £»,.»
rake up the old story of red-tape
routine and official hesitation that
was shown iu ihe Jace ot the threatened
danger ; suffice it to Buy that u is now
iuily admitted that the chief cause ot
the spread of the epidemic was the
waul ot prompt action on the part of
the Executive Government and the
consequent delay that took place In
adopting and enforcing those striugent
measures, by which alone the spread
of any epidemic disease can be
arres.ed The lesaon then learned
both by ihu government and the people
was a sad one. Let us hope that il
the Ueioay should ever have to (ace
a similar emergency Quod Dtua
aetrlat that lesson will not be lor.
go. ion.
Taxßxseems to have been no small
indignation aroused in certaiu quarters
over a notice to quit which has been
issued by the authorities ot the Wood Woodbrook
brook Woodbrook estate to certain of their
tenants living in the Bixih street.
It cannot be asserted that the decision
of the Town Commissioners to extend
Park Street West right through
Woodbrook comes as a surprise; lor
i bis is a scheme which has long been
under coua.deration, and which has
I .ecu unanimously approved for by the
i roes of the Colony. t lt ia also a fact
•eyund reasonable disputa that Ihe
arrow lanes dignified by the name of
treete, which at present constitute
it bulk of the Woodbrook streets are
ot suited, without considerable
ldwniug, to serve as a continuation
fa main city thoroughfare like Park
treet. It seems abundantly clear
theres. re that the) Town Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners or* only doing what i 4

absolutely proper on their part in
running the the road along the course
selected, and in acquring the lands on
one or both sides for the purposes of
widening the existing sixth Street An
to the oocupiers of these adjoining iota
being in any way entitled to compen compensation,
sation, compensation, the idea seems preposterous
when the true facts of the case are
considered, We believe it is undeni*
able that these tenants of the Wood Woodbrook
brook Woodbrook Estate hold their lots under •
yearly tenancy, terminable at any
lime upon six month’s notice ; and
however strange it may sound to the
Eugliih stranger to this Colony, it ia
nevertheless true that it is not uncom uncommon
mon uncommon for dwelling houses of a class to
be erected upon lauds held on such •
tenure. When the tenant receives his
six month’s notice to quit, he either
carries his house with him (if ii be in
nature of a legally removsable build building,
ing, building, as for example, if it be one built
upon wooden pillar trees); or else in
the alternative leaves it behind. In
the absence ol any definite agreement
between landlord and tenant, ws fail
to see how either in law or in equity,
the tenant has any claim for couipen •
nation m against his landlord. It has
been sought to make out that this
acquisition of property by the com commissioners
missioners commissioners is byway of a kind of a
spiteful, highhanded revenge of the
latter, taken because of the frequent
complaints of these Woodbrook folks
that they were being neglected, And
the tciliwring is the curiously per perverse
verse perverse suggestion of a contemporary «
“ Perhaps it is considered that the tale tale“
“ tale“ payers have made themselves amenable to
“punishment for having pointed out to
“ a nondescript form of G >vcn;mcnt, that
“ they were n “ rates fhey paid. In like ma. tier might
* r ‘*y part ol Her Majesty’s dominions be
"viped out at the whim of a revengeful
" official clique; but in Trinidad all things
“ are possible.” I
We would leave it to the residents
of Woodbrook ia general to ssy
whether or not the proposed new
Ariapita Avenue will not prove a
blessing to the whole district by pro providing
viding providing a good cart aud carriage road
right through the settlement, aud in into
to into the heart of Port-of-dpaia.
The correspondence between oar
Contemporary and the Collector of
Castoma wbioh appeared in the
" Mirrot” of yesterday, tells its own
story. We have often racked oar
brain in tbe vain hope of finding;
some possible or even probable cause
fur the extraordinary regard to
payees of duties, vis., that they
must be prepared witn the seaot
amount of the duties so payable
as toe Cashier could not “give
change’* Binoe reading the above
correspondence, it haa dawned npon
as, that in all probability this rale
and the doing away with the very
small allowance formerly paid to the
cashier may be foand to stand fat the
relation of oause and offset- fine
will show,
CURRENT EVENTS.
We have to acknowledge the re receipt,
ceipt, receipt, from the author, of a tiny pam pamphlet
phlet pamphlet ou “ Printing Reform,’* by Mr.
J. Paget, manager of the Government
(Comlkcad on Faa* 4,

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BTANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE 001.
Etttbliihad 1826.
Head Office Edinburgh, Scotland
Atmmi SUtmu* ~ .. .. ... «> •. £
Arm Declared . .. .. ..
WnmdtZßsetod ~ .. . .. ..
CWw Ml uweii .. .. •• ■ ■ WtOOO'OOO
SfMfww Atsumncti •» ,•* •• ~
MODERATE RATE. ABSOLUTE SECURITY,
Ãœbml Surrender values after Throe Yearn,
LOANS ADVANCED on wonrity of PoUolea up to 90 per oent, of the >cr >crrwader
rwader >crrwader Tftlne, at 5 per cent. Interest.
IMMEDIATE SEDUCTION to b oma > >vwe during virito tc Europe and other
temperate oUmatee.
PROPOSALS AOGBFfHD and FclHc* ieeued In the Wer? Indie* without
eferano* to Head Office,
CLAIMS PAID immediately on proof of death and title and settlement made
any of the Oompany’e Agencies.
POLICIES on whioh «*e is admitted are unchallengeable after Two Years.
TABLE Os R ATES and ell inform* (ion may be obtained on application at
tbs Ofßoe of the Company, Corner of Chao m Street uni Milne Square n ri-of*
Spain.
Offlie Hem? \ From IQ to 4. Saturdays 10 to 12.
G. BRUCE AUSTIN,
Ger eral Agent and Inspector
Ew*—Every year duoe 1886 the New Buaf.ceM has exceeded £1,000,000, a result
maintained nnlnterrnptediy for to long a period by no ctbrr in She
|be United Kingdom. Last yet? fer the first time on record the New Bnalneae
c®*M,ooo.
LA INTi’.GHIDAD’
CIGARS AND CIGARETTES FACTORY
Elaborated with Tobacco Imported Expressly from
Hebana & Venezuela.
Oor cigars, made with Caripe and Guanaguan* tobacco, are
EXCELLENT ANI) * H LAP 11
We guarantee our Cigarettes to be the best in the island,
rnado of HABANA tobaooo, at the very lowest price possible.
— Our motto is GOOD AND CHEAP 1! Tey them to
BS SURE OP IT 11!
Prices :
CIGARS '• BENORITAB" per ICO ... 8 shillings
do "EBPI3OIALKa da ... 10 do
do “ELEGANTES" do ... 12 do
do " VICTORIAS’’ do ... 16 do
CIGARETTES a doanti paokaiua ... 3 shillings.
Each Package Contains 18 ngurettes.
WHOLESALE.DISC ODNT IN PROPORTION
Port-of«6pa!n, Yrlnidad, Ist September, 1900
Almond Walk. No. I D.
RAMIREZ * MONT MR nw f'CA.
The Latent Talking Machine
XDOCX
THE ZON O-PHONE.
The Scientific American
thinks it the most pow©>- | |p^K
tal Machine of the kind,
preeminently suited (or
Only one to band with
eighteen reoorde of ihe -^gpfc.
For price and terma
In of fiou*U Offiio. JHHvT

S Dreyfus,
OPTICiAM,
29b FBEDEBICK biKBBJT,
FOB Preabiopia, Myopia and Atligmt.
tisia In gold, gold tilled And
Aluminiao fr»me« Examii,»tli ncl tight
fra*.
REFKRKNCRIj ;
Porto BpelL—Ttinided B.W I.
October 10th 1900,
I oertlly that Mr Dreyfus h*s tilted
my eyaa f>r R«Ugr.-iti»m sod h%» given
me autlre aatUfaeti u. I ovi r o -mmeud
him to anyone requiring g ««» ».
CH*B F hTOLLMRTRH
Bead W M Bpr'ugur, Tao&riguv—
Bllrctl Glasses
yf L But,yon E»q. Ban Fernando—
Blfooal Glasses

JCHT RECEIVED
By Ex B.S, Maraval
OCOTT EMULSION O- d Lr Oil
w (vm.i! 1 ar.d lerao rla •' K m• > «■* mp
Root, K'lmo'e Fein,tie Bus y, Warn Warnpoles
poles Warnpoles C< d Live- Oi> («rr»l an 1 ! -r tig,)
Humphreys Mtt'rti of In sling. V'dimm's
Pick Pill*, Kilmrro H< •* 'emu !/
Avar's Ohorry p, | Q
(different sixes) Gull I- T vsup
Rentes’ Magic o , 1
Aloooh’s Pon ua P’seier, W;n tv’
Hjrup, Hv vol.'s (
MiDtbo! (Jcooi ( iljtl )
land’* Podopbyi F'llv i n :
ment of various other a tic t. . i | „
yotat the ohe*peat rt,te at t ii.
PEOPLE'S PHABMif V,
r ‘- f y t Ann’s Bead of ,d . . ,

TH* POJRT OF SPAIN GAZETTE, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1900.

FOR_BALE.
? WT®* ,re BCW lading Ex. Pchocner
Ts ‘ELENA” from Uavtspoht,
Neva Beotia,
390,000 ft W P BOARDS of real If good
[quality
30 000 ft do do second quality
ALSO
Ex BoboonT "KM WILLY ’ from
Nhw York.
160,000 ft W P BO AMDS planed 2 alder
O A T in length* if 12, 13, 14
and 10 feet
25,00 f ' ft, W P Boards planed l cldea
26,000 It do do do 1 tide A
two edgta
26,000 ft do do p'atied 1 side
[G A T
100,000 ft no do iciigh in t» 10
irchaa wide *o 18 li chee
16,000 rt W P PLANKS 2 x 12
m lt',0 1 0 ft