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Port of Spain gazette

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Port of Spain gazette
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Port of Spain Trinidad
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Port of Spain Gazette
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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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Began Sept. 21, 1825.
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-no. 22427 (June 30, 1956).
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No. 4,965 VOX,. XX.

S r\ i T*ro AVtjq
AJJAiiiOUi>i
PROPERTY REGISTER
FOR BENZ.
IJILVJLLK COTTAGE now occupied
ill by Tbos. Boyd EBq.. con i t i f
Olareooa and Barrack Streets—Peter -
lion 16th Poor., 1900,
FOB BENI.
AOTTAGE situito at corner cf Circular
V Road and Daroeul’s Lane Belm >nt,
comprising Drawing, Dining ana A »edr »edroomi,
oomi, »edroomi, front and aide galleries, utab'e
aooommodaUon and usual cut cffioes.
Immediate possession.
WANTED,
%
A GOOD house ’nerr the Savaun*.
About three bedroom* ana a nil
out office* and (tables. About $4 r > or
(60 pel month.
FOB BFNZ.
".QILVER FERN VILLA,” desirable I
I. end commodious residence. i\.o,
Oiatscoe Street, opposite the Govern GovernoaotLaboratory
oaotLaboratory GovernoaotLaboratory beautifully aituateu near
■» Savannah—with every convenience
wr a family reeldenoe, Ooaoh h uao
•od (tabling and large yard.,
1
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SPECIMENS
Os
GRANITE:
call at
a I>AM»OA\3.
' l«. .i dwb,.

> The Fourth We k
i
OF OUB
SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE
WILL BEGIN ON
MONDAY THE 26ih,
And will only last but ore week. Aa 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 :
Onr Roasters and Bikers, .The prioe 840 $1 03, 182 This wo kC4
72c, 84c.
Ccmbinatfcn Dipper—the ;pr!ce 240 ; this week 16 eents.
Our now Lightning Sievp-. Tue pcioa 240, this week 160
Ott'endorsi full family size The price 300 this week 16a
Lightning Egg Beatera and Cream Whip The prioe 20a (this week 2 >
Oue sssoriiEQ'it >4 Steamers, The prioe 400 and 480. th?s week £8 and 860. ’
Our Lightening Erg Beater. The prioo 6c ; this week 8o
Butter Spades. The prioe 16, 180 and 240 : this week 8,10 and 12
Sell Sealing Pie Tins. The prioe 240 ; this week 180
Our Perfection Qake Tins. The pvioe 80 and 400 ,- this week 22 and 821 |
Our Oiean Out Oaks Tins. The crfoe2oo , this week 15c
0 T Maohiue or Egg Beaters. The prioe 40 and 600. This week 24 and 86c I
Graduated Measures The pdee 430; this week 320
Scourity Katies The prioe 3«, 56 and 60a ; this week 28, 33 and 40a
Dripping Pans. The price 20, 33 end 40o; this week 16, 24 »Dd 80c
Hfceam Cereal Cooker. The prioe 720 and 1 08 ; this week 600 and 78 t
Emerai Green Water Sets—l large jug and 6 tumblers. The prioe#! 20 t
this week 700
Emerai G een Dishes. The prioe 18, 20. 24, SO and 86a. This week 14 !
16. 18 22 and 24
4j inch lee Cream Pfat9B The prioe 6c ; this week 4o
Oval and Round Glass Dishes. The price 16, 1« ;nd 2io ; this we. kB.
10 and 16c
Card Receivers—assorted ooioure—the price 38j ; tbfo wook 20a
China Fruit Dishes The prioe 840 and l 82 ; thia weak 45 and 85 rnd
many other articles too num9ror.s So mention. Io fao* this
Week’s Bargain Sale is a C'j'lectii n o*
Useful Household Articles
FOR THE
Coaling Holiday B:abO r .
We wish it to be distinctly undorftood that these pdees are for S r OT
CASH and for ono week only, after that the usu.l prioo will la oha'ced
ONLY AT
3UIDE 44 HEKAJbB”
GiS ;KGE Db GAM* & Co
No. 6, | Frederick Street

The largest Benefit Society in the Wa t Indies
The Sunbem Benefit Society, Ltd,
You pity suffer from ILLNESS,
You may meet with and &OOIDENI,
an you must face DEATH.
Policies giving protection in these different oiroumstanoes ore issued by the
Sooiety, at a weekly premium of SIX CENTS and Upwards.
Special policies to Professional men, Clerks and others insuring £2 10 0 weekly
iu oese of Illness or Aooident, £26 at Death.
Ptrtottt rending in the Country dittricU Having no local agent arc invited tc
oorruvond with the Society.
Interest paid Annually to all Policy holders uot having drawn benefits during
the preceding twelve months.
Over 8000 claims have been paid in Trinidad,
Every Information afforded to those desiring to beoome Polioy holders,
A. HANSON,- -Secretary & Manager.
NOTE—Tbe Sooiety is always pfepared.ta employ oapable, honest and industrious
men as Agents,

NATIONAL
AuuruceG«y.
OF IRELAND
TvJR&V* Bkabuihsd.... 1823
Capital • * —^ £ l,ooo,ooo
Funds (over) ••• GW,OOO
Ilian Ovvioi—3 College Green, Dublin
Tbe undersigned having been
appointed Agbnt and Attobnky lor
tbe FIRE DEPARTMENT, is pre prepared
pared prepared to accept Risks at Current
Rales •
FRED E. BOOT r ,
4, St Vincent St. ( Port-of-Hp*»n
Telephone - 1215
FOB BALE-A BARGAIN.
One Soda Machine
By a OHAPELLL
Complete and iu good working order
Apply at 19 Upper Priuoe Bi

TRINIDAD, SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25. 1900

A Good Opportunity
—roi—
A CASH PURCHASER,
THE is about leaving
tbe Colony and will like to dispose
of his stsble (land exclusive) shed,
including also the foliowlns Carriages
and Horses :
Three Decent Landeaux, i Victoria. 1
Barouche 1 D.ub'e Buggr, 7
rplcndid Hoists and 2 Donkey*,
Also the following properties
No 36a Nelson Street
No 14a Nelson Street
No 48i Upper Fiit.ce Street
No 4 Duke St eot.
The above will be sold together ex
sepstately.
For particulars apply to
JULES THEODORE,
No 8«. Upper Frinoe Street.
FOR SALE
A COTTAGE on Belmont llrtular
with all conveniences for a family.
FOR RENT,
A Small Cottage on Kcoallfer Linds.
A. M CAMPS.
13tb Nov.-

TBINIDAD
Building ard Loan Association,
No. Ss MARINE FQUARE, F.
LOAN meetings wiii be held in the
â–  Office f t the Asscoiation ou the first
TUESDAY of ever? month to receive
bids for
LOANS ON PROPERTIES,
And fix tbhe rate of premiums,
LOAN 8 ON SHAKES
May be applied for ami granted to
members at any time withen!) above
formality at 8 per cent interest par
annum, without premium.
For further particulars apply to tbe
undersigned, at the office, between tbo
hours of 8 a sa. and 4 p.m-
ALEX, F MATHISON,
Secretary and Treasurer.

THE
CO-OPERATIVE ICE DEPOT,
East (Dry Bivrr, Quarry St,
Ice at aii Hours
lc. PER POUND,
Sold by
A. GONZALES.
os White Sugar 8c per lb, jxf
Blended Tea 8 . per pkts, >â– 
P-c Icing Sugar 12c per Jb H
m Getron Pee.', Jam’, Fnl:s iu >-o
g f yrup O
0 Bi«cuit>«, Potted Moats,
o St. Julien Wine, St, festopbd CD
Bast Mu ton, Boiled Beef,
2 Oysters, Salmon, Kippered £
Oerringa
c/3 Herriogs a la Sardines, Petite o
a Bcls, o
wj Haricots, Verts, Beet Ruot, -
OQ Carrots
< japers, Dives. Pick!..* White -
*”* sad Bla PC l* 3
C 3 ATdO >
o CO
Garfield Tea, Female Corrective
Herb r'
no Herbala Smoking Mixture, Oooa
«c Kols Wino
wj Wampole’s Beef, Iron and Wine
«g Wampoio nO, L. Oil §
[jj Scott E aul.ioo and Kepler CL
(£, Oil with malt extract, <•*
AT
F, A. BRUNTON,
Druggist.
Cor. of Park & Charlotte Strs.
Port cf Spain,
FOR SALE
AT THE
Electric Light
and
Power Go.
800-lbs BOILER COMPOSITION
200 OLD BOILER TO BBS more
or less.
OLD COPPER, OIL CASK.
Apply at tbe offioe.
EUGENE WJEHEKIND,
Secretary,
FOR JL KMT *
THAT commodious reoidenoe Nos. 4
and 6 Wellington Terrace ’ately
ououpied by Mis Soledad von B»udits
oomplet« ! 7 furnished, »«ry 000 l and
bealtby, Boot only |UO per month.
For fu-tbvr psTtiou'ars please syply to
J. N. HARRIMAN A CO

ISimply
Mr, BKEOOH has surpassed himgelt
in buying this year ail kinds of
NOVELTIES
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
At prices never before offered to the
TRINIDAD PUBLIC.
- 000 ———
BiLutila 1 Mercerised Sateens
Regular 300. goods at 120.
WHITE MUSLINS and as less than original cost; all B.'iadee In
BILES, SATINS & RIBBONS,
Lovsly Art & Irapery Mnsiins,
t
HATS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS in galore.
PARASOLS, PARASOLS, PARASOLS.
Large Centre Carpets, Sofa Rage, &o. Lanes, Insertions,
Cambric and Muslin Embroideries, Linens, Cottons, Sheet*
iugs, Drills, FrintP, Serges, Tweeds, Coatings, Flannels, eto
EVERYTHING CHEAPEST IN THE ISLAND*
SKEOCir& CO.
Public Benefactors and Friends of the Poor,

Sews fe lie Miistriis,
LAND FOit RENT CHEAP.
The Estate known as Laventille
Ultuated about one and a ’half mile from the
City, and comprising over
300 AGREB OF MO3T FERII E LAND,
(ALL* FACING BT. JUAN’S ROAD)
Will be‘rented out In lots 100 feet x 60 feat. These lauds are uow pleated la
oooouate, fruit trees of all description and ptra and guinea graas. Au opportunity
is now offered tbe Industrious man or woman to obtain at a cheap rental lota of
land whiob may be oonvertod Into paying vegetable gardens and email homes thereon.
For further particulars apply to
V. A. AZA,— Brunswick Square.
17th July, 1900,

GQGONU 3 BOUGHT
Fully ripe aud sound Cocoa Cocoanuts
nuts Cocoanuts bought at
THB TRINIDAD OIL FACTORY
ON THS
LA BASSE .
CASH ON DELIVERY
0-0 TO
Ross's Warehouse
KING BTKEBT
FOB -
Bargains

ta fas
-AND— -ANDGODLEN
GODLEN -ANDGODLEN FLEECE
TOBACCOS.
Are now. exceptionally good, and
will continue to be >O.
BOTH BRANDBOF TOBACCO
are now put up in 3 os. tins,
ic addition to the usual 4 oa.
tins that they have hitherto
been packed in.
Give the 8 os. Tim a trialj
t tou mU like them

DAILY 2 OKNIS

We Ce'e
For Quality
BUT, AS A BUYER,
you cm
FOR PRICE,
-IN-
Waveriey Bicycles
You have a combination of both*
These we ai» oleetlng out 00 term
which bring them within the range of a
very
HANDSOME CHUSTMAS PRESENT
at small oost. Now is your time to trwa|
Wife, Sweetheart or Daughter.
and pot them iu good humour
for tbe wholo of the oomlug
Century.
YOU’LL BUY THINGS GHEAP
AT
Arnott, Lambia & Co.,
Old Bank Building, 60, King Bt.
Telephone—l 33.
GOVERNMENT NOTIOEB

TENDERS.
For Supplying the Immigration Depot,
Fiue Islands with water during Dm
year 19U1.
Dal'E of *i.*urua«msnt iu Boyal
Qascito ) /th Nuvsmbcf 190 Q,
Data foe receiving Tenders, noon n
Tnuraday UUth December liKX). Terms
and uou itious oi UouOtaoO can be ob obtained
tained obtained on application 5 j the Protector of
luinifc^aiUß
BUBUBBAN WAIEB BAIEcj,
Belmont and Woodbrook
1900—1991.
Tillfi aoovo BATICS are now payable
at the UelanieJ Treasury and will ba
reoeived until the Slat December 1900,
after which data those remaining unpaid
will ba banded over to the for
00ii(K)|i0Q>
DAVID B. HOBSFOBD.
Reoeiver General.
Baoelvar General's Utlioe,
6th November, 1900,
"tendebs.
for the Lease of Government Lands in the
Montserrat Ward .
DATS of edv«,ti*emeut iu *• Boyal
Gazette" gM:jg term* and ooudl ooudltiona
tiona ooudltiona of oontrv)}, Ai;h Go to bar, 1900*
Data too receiving Tenders, noon on
Friday 30th November, 1900.
POBT-OF-SPAIN WAT KB BATH
1900-1901.
THK above rataa are now payable'at
the Colonial Treasury and will be
reoeived until the 31a| Deoambor 1900.
after which date those remaining unpaid
will ba handed over to tbe Marshal log
oollaotlon.
DAVID B. HOBSFOBD,
Beoaiver-GtaMnd,
B«celver General's Office,
17th Uotonor. 1900.
FOR BALE.
MBSBUAOB and”LANDS No. 94*
King c*treat. Port at Spain, Apply
*° MB L AMGDB
No 37 Qnaan Street. Fort ot Ml
wanted.
TWO or three Canvassers. Payment
by commission Only those wit witling
ling witling to work hard find persistently &
need apply. Apply Sunbeam Beaofit *
Bo ietjr Ltd.



2

Sehi ener & Go's
LUMBER YARD
NOW LANDING
EX SCHOONER ‘TRADER
F DM LIVERPOOL, N.B.
ooe— —-
95,000 F. WHITE PINE BOARD
27,000 SPRUCE BOARDS
»,
122,000 ,
Which we offer aa usual. Also a large lot of
BARB AI 05 Wali'B JLIMhi.
BOHOENER & CO’B
Lumber Yard,
Opposite Railway Station.
THE
fey iiie-fowte Sjskffl.
Not|„ the so-called eMy system, mark
you," but a bona fide e*sv sysiam.
CLOCKS, ELECT KG-PLaTE,
Watches, Swing Ohaire,
h iny aju m *
Hold upou a system that is easy to approved panics.
For Household Goods, Adornmenis&c.
First oonsult only tha
Cosmopolitan Special y Comp any,
«• J. L. STEELE,
28, Queen Street,
*' _ ——la
Piano Warehouse,
JR|:'- " fPjfilf Pianos l
Pianos,l
aS Pianos I
* iAmmi proof
V OROAJNS.
' # i . •••"' 0 in
kf* <*• W«< felt*,
' fl*»H MUSICAL
> inbibumhnts,
■ •< Guitars.
«]<>«, TleUas HtaaoHu* ;;*«, ,*lu abumU u «* ( > Ut j *l*, ,|| |h, 1* M « Danse
*nd Vocal Mmto.:
fh(S floaat arid largMt WABHiIOUSfI ia tha West Indies, solely devoted
to ths interests of the musical eommuuitf.
TUNING AND REPAIRING—A BPEOL-LITY.
H HTRONG —I2 Frederick Street,
Photographic Plates
and
PRINTING OUT PAt'ERS
ALSO
DEVELOPING AGENTS Etc., auoh as:—

Crystals
. Ku! ( him
i i Nitnc Acid
Quinol
Caustic Hoila
Aouuoniu Hoiulioa BrtU

Books for PHARMACEUTICAL BTUDHINTS, lamsi editions.
THE BRITISH PHARMACOPOEIA 1898.
Hc|aiw« Oouapitilon »o the Brils) Pharmteopars, The Extra Piur Piurnascopuju
nascopuju Piurnascopuju : Maruudale and Wealcot*
A T

Alum
Potassium Oxalate
Hypo
Ammonium Bromide
Pol&s Carbonate
Oholorido of Gold
Ammonium Hulphooyanide etc

wait PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTr SDNDAY NOVEMBER 25 If CO

RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT
Manila Ciqars
(CUSTADOS AND WINDSOR)
ALSO
FiAYSiiS HAW CUT TOBACCO
IN 1 lb. TINS
And HoJlandia Water
FOB SALE BY
Schooner* & Co.
rWE HAVE GOT LEATHER TO SELL
And we mean to sell it to. We have
always sold LEATHER and the more
we sell the more we waat to atll-
We now beg to let tha public k ow that we are oontinnally receiving
both from Europe and America fresh shipments* of
W$ havt'.mode a special study of g * snm ■ ■ mam §■%
011 kather ‘ rade> | Cik gH kj C D
Our prlooa can’t be beat. I I I
WE.LEAO7iTTHIB.LINE. “
and which make the finest assortment ever shown
In Trinidad—TO SEE IS TO BUY.
BROTHEHS
Ie the Right Siobe fob Leatheb,
SHOE-MAKERS, 3ADDLERS, BOOK-BINDERS.
Wo of every kind to suit you. Leather for Uppers. Leather|ifcr
Soles. Leather for Lining. Leather for Slippers. Leather for Fancy Work.
Leather for Belts.
LEATHER lOR HA It NESS, LEATHER FOR CARRIAGES.
In fact greet varieties of LEATHER are to be found at GONZALES’
Everyone who deals in L“--Uwr or makes up leather in any form are invited
to call and see the NOVELTIES IN Lb VTHER now displayed at our Stce,
£5, Frederick Street,
REMEMBER! GONZALES FOR LEATHER.
Ex S.S, “SAVAN’
FROM LONDON.
■ — oo ■ ■ -
5,453 Bags NAGBA BIGE
300 Gases MILK —1 lb, Tins— Anglo-Swiss.
EX S.S. 'ORION’
FROM LIVERPOOL.
1.050 Boxes SOAP, 56 1b5.,—208. Prize Medal.
200 „ do. 50 „ —24 s, do.
fcr;sale:by
JULIANZH ARCHERS:* Co
i’or -jf-Spain, South Quay,
3' jt October, 1900.

DBMTAL PARLOUR,
JVa, JJ Fstitrinh Sti'Mt, appntiu Vr
BxpMf't Upoewy,
Vnsraosri No, 10,
DR. C. H. DALY, D D.S.
Extraction of Teeth and olhoi opari-
Hons (performed without pain by
approved
.Anaesthetio System.
Ponnoually selected Tooth for Artificial
Denture*, Gold ar.d "Hirer titopp. g.\i
guaranteed and at
REASONABLE PRICKS,
BALK FOR TUESDAY THE Icth
DECEMBER 1900-
j )DBLIO NOTIGE i* hereby riven that
A under and by virtue of tb« Statutory
Power of Halo oenferred upon MortgatiHa
by tho Conveyer ob* 1 aud L«w of Pri Priperty
perty Priperty Or dnano e 1884 and by virtue c.f
IHed dated J4th January 1888 Reglttered
*» No 187 Protocol cl Deeds tor that your
and made between Angela Negor.t of ;h<.
one pa t (dice deoeusedj and Hanti':
Eckstein (also thioe deouased)o( the other
part, the e will b» pul up for ssle by
Pub’io Auction bv the undersigned et: the
Mart Vo, 3 it, Vii cent Bluet Port*, f-
Si'ain on '"uesday Ihe 18th De.rembe
B*oO bet ve»n th» b n»s of one and two
of the clock In the ' unoon.
All and 1, nttiler ih.fc oeitain narot-1 rs
Uod and the nies«ua|e thereon kuown a«
lut No. 188 Guanapo street in the Town
oi Aritna and abtlVisg on the North upon
a lot cf laud belonging to ote Alexs-idrt
Noel, South o’. Guxnepo Street. E*»i c
a lot of land belonging to one Jean
Fierro Ayar and on tee West on lands
lately of one Leon Centeno but --ow b •
i nglng to one George Jack or howsoevr
the same may ba meted or bounded
together with the appurtenances thermo
b *Tonging.
Dated thi» tilth day of Norembo'l9Co
(sgd) FRED, Km. SCOTT,
Actio.*.si.

i Revolver Stout
*
I Revolver 1 Stout.
«
Not only the most stimulating, but
also the most nourishing BTOOT,
sold on this Market*
Brewed in Scotland from the purest
Mult ifc Hups nniy, and matured in
Wood for 18 months to 2 years
before being bottled
Beware of Imitations
ASK FOK
REVOLVER STOUT
AND BKE THAT YOU GE? IT.
9
Many Spurious and Worthless
imitations »re being offered to the
Public, by unscrupulous shop shopkeepers
keepers shopkeepers and on the 7,h November,
a shopkeeper was couvicied before
the Magistrate of Port of Spaia for
bottling nil Common 9tout in bottles
bearing the " Revolver Btoui” label
u»d sailing same as Ibe genuine
article, and a fine of £lO or two
months imprisonment was inflicted.
NOTICE).
A REWARD OF £IOO
will bo paid to anyone giving suet)
information as will lead to tbe eon eonviotion
viotion eonviotion of any persou or persons,
bottlmg off inierior rubbish, and
panning off e une on the public as
* Revolver Btcul."
" Revolver Stout" can l>a ob obainad
ainad obainad in barrels containing 7 doz.
Fhts= o? 4 dcs. Quarts, from all
Deu cis, and by retail of ail respset respsetebie
ebie respsetebie Hh.pkeepeis, nr Wholesale of
BU.ST, TROWBRIDGE A 00.,
Sole Agents f ( . r Trinidad
t nnooi; Heeet.
12th Novr., 19(H).

CANNON STOUT
For the Lands, Country or Family use
Is now put up in BOXES of
2 OB 3 DOZEN PINTS
N.B.—This stone is nziolnaivelf im3 at the Government Institutions. Professor
Oarmody, Government Anaijst, describee it ai "of g >od quality pars end
wbolscome."
THE TRINIDAD BREWERY COY. LTD.
E Ade PASS & CO
9, BROADEST. —LONDON.
.A.. S- £ JJ AFSOE’T_,II I EJS COFFEE EXCHANGE,-NEW IOEK,
General 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, corner of liower 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 handling of consign consignments
ments consignments of all description of West Indian Produce.

MaeKenzie and Kirton
GENERAL COMMISSION A EBTATEB AGENTS,
Have just received and offer for
a»*3 a fresh shipment of
HOSIER’S WIENER BEER
Aleo another lot of our
AMERICAN ROAD CARTS
Os speoially strong make, and
ONE FOUR-SEATED ENGLISH DOG CART.
i
CHRISTMAS.
XiOCX
Just reoeivsd our first
shipment of
XMAS GOODS
Including:
Huntley and [Palmars Biscuits, Fruits in in Syrup,
Jams, Sweets. Ohryslallized Fruits, Fws, Pruies,
Shell A'nrnds, &c. Asa MAYPOLE STRAW
HAT POLISH, —Blaok, Gcean, Red, Straw, Brown,
Dark Blue, &o.
THE ROYAL PHARMACY .
FRANCIS A. JONES, —Druggist,
41, Charlotte St., Port-of-Spain.
fifst litivils, Fnsh Arriwis,
THIS WEEK FOB THE
Trinidad Pharmacy
HAMS, •
EDAM CHEESES& TABLE BUTTER,
JAMS & CURRANTS in cases,
SHS3LL AUCONOS & OTTS,
HUNTLEY & PALMERS BIBOUIT9 (assorted)
PASO jLL\:> Co.nrjfiOiloNEttl.
Ports, Madeira ncd Bherriee,
Haat Bauterne9 nod Graves
'ViX.jfcwjr X>'*2
Wholesale Boyers visit the
TRINIDAD PHARMACY,
OEO, o. MMMBTHAI.USB,- 34 ' K ‘° 8 B,r “''

TH.I
Prodace
Exchange
3i, MARINE SQUARE,
POBT-OF-SFAIN.
ALL AUCTION BALEB
AT 1 P-As«
UNUEBB OTHERWISE ADYERTIBED.
THE undersigned has been ioetrootec
to Bail by Public Auction all (o odi
a« advertised below for the benefit of the
paittea oouceruea. Iu all oases tfie terms I
are of the Hammer.
SALE BY AUCTION
4 —ot—
ISOBbls Floor—Tigre Lilly,
AMD
Merchants Consignments
At the Saleroom of the Prodnm
Exchange on
Tuesday. 21th Nov*.. 1900.
at 10 A.M. *
• i "HE undesigned wUi sell by Auction
X tbe above consignment or FLOOR
and the following to close stock*.
100 Bags DROLL
65 Bags HALLAM BIOS
6 Qmea Champagne—‘24 pints
each, i‘ Auolpbe Ooiun’i"
end ' Carte Blanche’.
Terms Cash baioie delivery.
J, KUiaELL MURKAY,
Froduoe Broker and Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE
OF— OFSTOKE
STOKE OFSTOKE FITTINGS
ON
Tuesday, 27th Novr, 1900.
At IPM,
THE undersigned will sell by Public
Auction as tiia Store of HR JOLBj
A, DANIEL, Marine Square, the under
noted fcjfore Fitting* aud Sundries;—i
large glasa case. $ small do, 2 Canisters'
I stand, sundries, Lumber, I Wash stand,
1 Bide Board, 1 Bottling Machine, 1 Din*
net Waggon, i do J* Fountain (marble
fitted), 1 Ossie desk,
Terms Gash,
J. BUSSELL MURB&Y,
Pioduoe Broker A Auctioneer,
SIXTH
Live titock Sale,
Tuesday, 4th Dear,, 1900,
(Particulars later,)
SALE ByTuOTION
OF
ELECTRO PLATED WARE ‘JO
FANOY GOODi
On or about Daoember 3rd a ootufgn*
(rent of English Fancy Food*, 1 Eieotro
plated Ware, On'.ua Tea Seta, V****,
Cases Fleli Knives and Forks eto., etc,
(full dotaih lattr)
HORSE AND* CARRIAGE
REGISTER.
OWING to the number of application*
If or the Private Sale of Horse*, law
Stock and Vehioies. The uudaragoeu
has arranged .to open a
KKGISTBR
for the above Stock available for M?***
Sale. Further information
terme oto. to be had on application to
the underaigued.
[J. RUSSELL-MUBBAI.
Firwt List foi* Prtvat*
Salts:
601—A OAKRIAGK HOBSE-q« w fa
tingle or double harness* .
602—A BAY GELDING -1«
Good action. Quiet In b* o * o '
Feat. , aM A
503—A MULE—meliom ala* 1 U9W
505—A^POlfy— 2* years—a Baf-q» w
foi harness or saddle.
Vehicles.
1(11—IN ARMSTRONG BUUGJ *“J
tumble, newly pair tod. A r
104 A BKXRdB-in fin»
■O6—A LANDKAO-In firat da** a**
pud Dtiw iu uwi r irnhi
106 4 GOVEBNaH
etfong and la firat o sss .-rs
107—A OAB Heatao for “
condition. „
108—4 VIOTORI4 - Almost »**
LUbt m l in fin* ordsr.
HO—SHOW
Horae end Harn»*e-A
turn cut In fine order* q«v
111 GlG— Seated for two. 1
for sale.
a meMMJMgST 1 B0 “'"
srir«fr-ESfCs
Iteoord*, oomp.et« »»t , g
and tuUny, Trumpet and *
for making rvc.,rda
KOtiveJ urtil th« ***



o GAMES. MUSICAL GOODS. BOOKS
IN IMMENSE VARIETY
Oar Xtu display of these GOODS ia The lu|nil and
Bast 0". • '-oiled ia town, the whole being lighted by
Electricity making a perfect—Fairyland.
Special Arrivals added to the Show this
week.
Ool'a Home standing 30 inches high with Iron Bal Balconies
conies Balconies curtained windowßj Portion, &o from $3 60
Auto harps with musio hooka .. 11.08 and 2.00 etch
Presentation Books, well bound, rough and gIIFV g
edges good subjects. a larsm assortment vary I J|
suitable for sohooi prizes & 25 per cent, cheaper â–  ~
than ordinary prices ! f
To Country Shopkeepers—Mechanical Toyr, for jcus
Stores and Gla»s Oases these are a great attraction
they draw big crowds to yen'" shop, *r d era cheap
Mutioal Boxes playing from 1 to 8 times. .$1 50 to $9.00
Chinese Lanterns, a beautiful lot, soma orr uini rderi
with reeds and beads .. .. 100 to 840
Musical (flocks Nickel plated, good time fcetpera
play a tune at tba half and hour ~ 88 60
Dolls trunks fitted with doll & trousseau from 9«o to 3.60
Sea our large boxea of Combination Games o Pairing :
Peal Billiards, Ten Pina and Orcquefc
Oonoertinas, Melodions, Guitars, Qualro*, VicMts, Flutes
Piocolos, Fsgeoiets. OlarioneUe*, &o &i\
Maohanicsl Looomotivea .. .. 720 esoh
will run backwards and then forward.
Ohineae Kites .. .. 80. Milita; y Kites
DOliX-il-
Dressed & undressed
Hundreds arranged in line for your selection.
The Bonanza.

ICJS ESTABLISHMENT
48, King Street,
C/. L.
AT THIS OLD & WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
YOU OAE GST :
6ROOERIEB, WINES, LIQ'JOSS OF ALL KINDS
Meat oi the finest quality, to our regular customers only,
it is not sold for cash,
H4RDWARE. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, EARTHENWARE
Cutlery, Plated Ware, GUsaware, and many
other items too numerous to specify.
We have recently transferred all our Gr ic* or, Liqior and Hardware from
No. 47 to our own premiiea. No. 48, v »ire it is more compact and better
displayed, and we wilt be glad if di our caitomars and the general
Pablio will inspect same at their conr nionco .
€*• x*. HaL rwr cio*
IOE ESTABLISHMENT,
9th NoTf,, 1900-
DAVIDSON & TODD
TFt'jtti ARCADE'
What about youp Christmas Presents
Anything is not good enough. Bay them while there is a
good assortment to oboose from. As the Arcade you oan
tow the best value and genuine quality at the right prioes.
Received Ex R.M.S “DON. ”
Choice Selection of SILVERWARE and ELRCTRO-PLuTR
a
■Bxteemely pretty GOODS in the very latest artistic de ignß.
Lovely assortment of FANCY BASKETS
*od Basket Ware in W P. BASKETS, WORK BASKETS, WALL
. POCKET*-, Ac , Ac.,
Ladies should call early to see these a« the low prices at whioh
they nave been marked must ensure speedy sales.
HEW LOT OF
Winsor & Newton Artist Studied.
These are the very latest published and this lot
contains some very effective studies. Complete
stock of Artißts Materials kept in stock, colours
ic Tubes, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, Pencils,
Crayons, &c, dfcc, all at the right prices.
Tcry frSKcrssr.
kind 0e^ect *® a of Toys in the island, Toys of every
at n.i P r * o ® B to suit every purchaser. All articles marked
Slowest margin of profit.
DAVIDSON AND TODD
The Arcade,

THE PORT OP SPAIN SUNDAY NOVEMBER, 25 1900

the kxm
OO
Ladies, Gents at prioer, to suit you-
A larger, newer, more stylish cr better aisorfed stosk
cannot be seen in the trade.
Our BOOT DEPT is a Store in itself.
NEW GOODS THIB WEEK—
Carpet Slippers thick Linoleum soles ... JSo a pair
Girls Olotb elastic side boots very neat .. SOo a pair
Ladies O’cth elastic tide boot* just maiked
eff .. .. 95c a pair
Ladies Glace kid, cbth top button But ~ fie a p»ir
Ladies all Glaoe kid L«ce Boot high leg .. 6s a pair
Ladle* Black kid boots elastic side white
stitching, bead & silk tassel only ~ 81,20 a pair
Glaoe kid elaatio side boot white stitching,
imitation buttoned... .. ... sic a pair
Ladies all black kid boot high laced leg
good style ~ ~ .. fig a pair
Ladies Glaoe kid buttoned cloth top boot 6s a pair
AH Glaoe kid elaatio aide Loots with white
stitobiog .. .. .. .. |S.3O a pair
Glace kid boot, doth top with olasps .. 10s e psir
BLACK AND TAN CARACAS BOOTS
Laced Buttoned elastic side.
NEW AMERICAN SHAPES FOR LAt IE4 & GENTS
Gents porpoise hide elaatio side Boot
English sl ape, had sewn ~ ~ 4.80 a pair
Gents Calf elastic side Boot whole military
front good solo ~ ~ .. 2.75 a pair
Smith Brothers & Co.

Quean's
Park
(M*
ON account of not receiving Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Queen’a Park Oafe will
not be opened on 15th as adver>
tised ; but as soon as ready lie
public will be notified.
JOSE F, REIS’
CHERRY BRANDY.
LEADS At,l. OTHI' K
EBB THAT TOG GBI
*AKB NO OIF.BB
to n* •avAiHD &i
THE NEW YORK ESTABLISHMENT,
Tile Exchange and Riling Su
REIS’S GENUINE CHERRY
BRANDY.
THIS popular Ordisl, besides beh'g
rsed for o< cktaila, etc., is also used In
the uoakfnr of cakes, where its fire and
arrmalic flavour considerably increase*
their riohnesa.

xeoa i**'
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 Enamels 143 c.
Ross' Special Varv»»sh 120.
BARGAINS
BEDROOM GLOBE LAMPS 24c
PAH LOUR LAMPS SIOO
AT ROSS' WAREHOUSE
KINGbXJUUfiI.

BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES
EAGLE BICYCLES.
To carry a heavy weight they have a
guard stay—Spot cash prioe .. ... S6O 00
THE EXPRESS we have a few left this machine w ill
give you entire satisfast cn—we would not bundle a
bioyole that would’nt.
Tbs Express with mudgurrds only ... 20 dole cash
W Another Ladies Monarch Chainless
Theae wii) he fbe whbdl of 1901~No dirty ohaio, easy
turn ing, olf-»E ard etegaat ridiog,
Onr spot cash prioe Ladico end Gants,, 60 dels e«ob
IN CYCLE SUNDRIES Wo are well stocked,
CIUCKKTING GOODS
Note these K3w Lines :
The Pneumstio Surrey Batting Shields, New finds if
WfCKET'KEEPING GLOVES
GALL AND SEE THEM,
See r.nr All flotk handle B-t» .. 7 dole and 8 dole each
A Fire Stock of new Leg Guards some patent makes
BAT TWINE AND PEGS
These well known Bats are here again ;
The Olinker, Lords Champion, Excelle-, Wadena
Seieotod, Crawford Patent- Rar ji Ac., &o.
THE BONANZA

JOSE F. REIS’
F/KIABO BOUQUET
g* £ »
E| % z
® S' jjjjjj
1 „ mwK i a
s i mm: *
t J y ojio _By_jpsE rg â– 
Tie lev oi Pepilii Drink.
{*# AHK hQL If
to Do obtained at
The Richeeiif and Rising See
REISS BABTIAGO BOUQUET-
A VERY pleasant Cordial, equal to
end f«r superb,r*t* an many higher
priced liqueur*. M-y he uteri e’tber
plain or n>>x>'d vi*b soda waters For
cooktelta c r punch it : s ur-sx f el)
The Isnm
CO
A Beautiful lot of Nsw GOODS received
this week, it is only possible to enu enumerate
merate enumerate a few, as follows :
Ail over Laeee, good natiern* for (bread (breadlog
log (breadlog ribbon Lovers koote Ao 18io wide
36, 40, A 480 y»rd
Silk Lmwi and ineertloa*, *ll widths In
whi‘e oreem end Tuscan at 6. 6, 8. 10, 120 A up.
Black l*oe *ll over handsome pattern 48m
widest .. .. .. (2 CO
Black lace ell over 24in wide at ~ 180 a > srd
O-esm lace a'l ever 46!n wide at .. 2.00 de
White lac« all ovor 24m wide at .. 180 do
Black A White laco Bowa somethiog new
24 ct 48c e?(lb
Swanadcwn trimming .. ~ 20c a yard
Ut-ilar and Cuff *«te In plain pique, embroi embroidered
dered embroidered edge* colored I‘ceu « o 34 36 and 480 the set
H'k Lr.cs bandke-ohiel iace oentre ~ 30a each
Larger sine .. .. ... 400 each
Ladies oral ah'pa band’kf baga different
shades .. .. .. 860
Smalß'i Bzawi h t urreinlead only .. 800 each
Sin h i- d’kf ba- n oely padded made nickel
flttinf only ... .. .. fiOooaeh
Imitation Croon ’i’e leather oval bay only 800 e»ch
Bilk braided gi> pa military patterns 180 ayd 1 all
Silk embroidered P aortiona fl iral patterca 200 j oolora
Per gre Sl’k Ssibeaall oclcrs 641 n long cniy 240 e&oh
RIBBON?, RIBBONS, RIBBONS.
A larye eb'imett opened up t,bla wnk, tbeae added to
cur p evioua Importation make an immo- ae and beauti beautiful
ful beautiful *took rs puro silk and Imitation Silk Ribbon*, all
wWh* in pic in corded »llk, pialn Patin Silk failles
farobs etc. e!c, new color* new and noveltie*.
Atom letular p loss.—Bridal Wreaths, Feather* and
ring*. Osprey*. Prince of Wale* Foathera all oolora,
Os'riih FsatLare all oolora, mounts in shaded colors.
SMITH BROTHERS A CO-

TRIP TO QUARANTINE STAI ION IONTHE
THE IONTHE STAEM YACHT
t m i w i to & to
Will lake passengers to the Roynl
Mail ia qaaranline on
THURSDAY 22nd INST.,
leaving the Queen’a Wharf Jetty
at 3.30 p m sharp
SINGLE FARE 600
RETURN FARE 9Go
ELLIS GRELL & Cd.
Agents.
THE 1 APTiUSHIRK
FISH AND LIFE
Insurance
_ Gonwany .
CAPmJLi....,....»...J83,(>T0.000.
Paid up Capital and
Fuad J81.54U,033
INS D BANOVS eflecfced
Eigai ast loss or damage by
fire on buildings and contents
of Warehouses, Offioe, Shop
and store premises and Private
Dwellings at moderate rate*
Prompt and Equitable Helth
taunt of Lonet,
Ac*btb ;
hMIU B BKO» <* OO
The Bonanza.
F&rt-of-B '»t
Tri* l*d
B. 8. ‘ MaNZ ANAKES.”
O DIPPER ’ -nd »h« public ho »i>y
kJ notifi dth.tthe 8.3 *' Ma /.tnin-*'
wil’ Le wiibdr* w.- frt-ra *« *!«<.• f -• ul«w< -
irg rid ri p.r i 3 f m 'he'JTh N r;m'fT
to l f )0 )2 h Dec mb or, cu wb'oh dwto *ho
will m i utno he I»( urtry by ho H< u botr
rout*’,
18ch Ncvembar, ia o.
t »D S I N?'WS Fhuivi
ABHO.I 0
Ly \Vc.»: Indk. k If,mum 7 (Ugiaph
Co. Limited
N.w Vork, No»r. 24'b.
D,;»p dches frem S • *h Afiicn au*u
*h*i tbs, B>f r cttutitiet during tbier
*t:sck on tba on*po.t of f .be Bui!*,
South We«* oi BHlToor*', uun hered
«ix‘y (vde bulletin 22nd)
Thu liue’B simulikDeously ztttoknl
the Garrison t( Fusiliers at the
WHge River, but were repulsed wllb
120 osßUal'ies.
it is reported that CommaEdknt
de Wet ercoor-gfs the Bnrghera
'vitb n ma. khble nt wt> for ex'.mplo he
«!(»•©• iha‘ Russia’s pirmissirn ie
Buglar-i! to firb 1 ! for one yo*r v»i 1
expire ou December tenth, tht t
Queen V’o’oria is in ("apetown, a re refuge
fuge refuge frtm tb« Qbinpte who bare
o. p or I'd half cf England and tb«t
L*rd R-hrri* fs deed from tbn e
*ni’ dr. t r.d In burled beneath tie
HaUbtoo Town HaU,

London novva a nounoes that ihe
Oabioet have resolved that Lord
Kitchener should be promoted to
Lieutenant General to qaailfv him
for the command vie« Lord Boberls
whose return will not be awaited by
Lord Woieeley, who will relirguish
his du ica temporarily lo Sir Evelyn
Wood.
It is stated that in response lo re repr»
pr» repr» Situations by Germany the
Brit eh Government have agreed to
reoompengo the Germans who were
unjujtlv expelled from the seat of
war in S >uth Afrioa.
o;ber L udon news report 8 that
the Treasury annoannes that three
miliiou sterling exohequer bonds at
throe per cent have bee n issued.
By command of the Queen Ihe
obsequ'es of Sir Arthur KlllivaD are
to uko plaoe in the Obapei Boyal
Haint James.
Hi Poterebargh despatches an.
nonnoe tint the effioial bulletins now
being issued regarding the Czar are
aplomietio m tone Unotfioial ru rumours
mours rumours are however being oiroulated
that brain and lung complications
have atisen.
Telegrams from Marseilles report
that ex-President hragcY speaking
prior to his departure from that Oily
s»id he hoped the expi essions of
sympathy he bad reoeived would he
followed by acta. Many pro-Boer
deunnsn-aiion are taking place along
bis route towards Paris.
Tho demonstrations are beiDg
ignored by England which finds a
recompense in the oorrect attitude
if the Krenob Officials and news newspapers.
papers. newspapers.
The Bruttgels paper •* Le Bioi”
dicit*iba that Mr Kruger trill seek
mediation and if unsuccessful will
publish slate secrets compelling
England to lessen *be harshness
being shown to the Bepublios.
Berlin news states that almost
unpreovdentodly severe criticisms
of tho Kaisers Chinese speeobes are
being expressed in ihe tlsichetag
ihe brutal manner in whiih the
Campaign in Oblua is beiDg conduc conducted
ted conducted having it is oonsidered been
produced by his utteranoas.
iilri K ii«h opinion upon the Or tied
States nolo to Ihe powers along the
lines if ibe instructions issued to
Mt Conger (vide yesterday’s bulletin)
ia of an hd .ers oharactbi.
Barbados 24 L
“ Eden” . riivod here ar 550 *,m.
‘ K-k ’ tt'Mved here at 6.20 a tv.
' Dju” ■r-'-ived h**ve at 6,40 a,m,
Ait admitiod to pratique.
“ Alrato" eaves here (or Engiaud
at about 6.00 p.m.
Demrrara 24th.
Dw»" paisengers releaiei from
quarantine to day.
billmNO NhWB.
Ti n Lor.'m 1) reel Lie Stammer
r'tua lYp'aii rfhiky es J. 187 tons errlv*
. ialu nr F kl»y ever i< g tea’, in 22
orr for It r »jus, wilii hlO ion* sen sen>
> sen> I cufftc aid 8 deok p»etuig«rr. She
t yu&te.d-y afuruoeu fur Grenada
i-h i‘e< k p-it>ters.
V Liu 1) 2 H Print Mauritz Csp'sit
m«u l 174 ton*, arrived yesterday
t. iiJnn in 2 heurs fr.m Uampano v-ith
I *«;(’* goitoal mug) at <1 brought tho
t owl* •, tv sse»ige»*:..Moors J J Baa*
•r, M F-r g-rr, B HantiUo, 0 do
~I i i lul iid, It Luuc, H Iveqilere,
8M« its, J Dominie!, P Bohererla
n-t frinily, F Framliii, William J Bar Bar»
» Bar» ml obild. D<-. Ficod. Messrs Kchr.
, o I* J Lopes, J Fes-gartl. J
.’ sn‘t and fcmßy (*fx), F A’ct ar%
jfH. r.r I A kl'oiS ’, J A vseadu ard
’, r , , t •» Too »t vainer wifi sail K Ka
a Ka sr.H fu Dtaarfs.

Saiih Eros k Co Co
JAPAHFSB & CHINESE GOODS
A lovely lot now being marked off and
will be on Sale To-Pay.
Theso pood* are cu-lru' and at the canto time useful
siul deccrativo. ic r.H «f wbi h can be seen the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful handwork rs the J piute and Oblnqe*. even down
to the 8o ash trey—
THIS SHIPMENT CONSIST OF:-
Lecquored Waiter* ard trays all ahapee and tiaee
Handkf. coxes with keys, ash trays ail slaee
fJlf v<* Baxes, Trinket boTee, jewel bex's
Tea Gaddies dinner engs in beaotifnl worked wital
Curious ermmente, Musical Decanters
Wall pltques different else*, work boxes
Picture* in Japanese *ut joott and irsmee, fan*
Sofa Cushions, See the Tiger
Chi- ese T«a pots aid Tea Pets
Japanese Vasee beautiful *yle* and oolors
Chinese Fern Bowls, B«#'n ai d Platen,
Japanne Bead Blinds
Tuns ard Saucers. China ash trays
Geld Tinsel Twine 12a a kali
Palm fens assorted color* Chinese Laniers
Oil Paintings \ Loo*,! work of the higbeet ordef la
Frauied / good and handsome frames ***j yhvay
Electro-Plated Ware
we bold a large and beautiful stock suitable for Wed Wedding
ding Wedding an Xmas Gifts.
Fancy Embroidered and Satin | » «.
woik and He man Work / For Btseils
ESSENCES OF THE BEST QUALITY
IN PRESENTATION OASES.
The Bonanza.

JtBICItS CUBBfiBI
Nsw Task, November 24th
Flour Olty Mills foi tie
West Indies pas barrel $4,05 to 4.10
Meal, KUndritd 225 to S4O
New Beaton’s Pork . .134 to 11
Heavy Mors Pork .. ..12 to 124
f Crystals per lb.. 4 88
Sosas { Fair to Good
V Keflnlng* ~ 3 7-8
English Islands M clause
per gallon ... ~
Premium on Gold
Exekang- Nsw lost A
tendon 81* to 4,81*
London, November 24th
f Demsrara Chry*.
_ ) % Wiewt .. 14/0 to IBfO
Ouesn-f Musoovado p owj U/Qte 12/3
I German Boat 88
10/o f.o.b 9/7|
Demsrara Bum par gal 1/9 to ]/lQ
Trinidad 00000, Good
Middling Bad, per ewt 73/
Oonsols ex interest .. 08 9-10
Bank of England rate of
Dlseeunt _ 4 pet cent
Java Hagai 98 per cent
Gibraltar or Okann orders, Posting terms
pssswt ... .. 12/9
f hr*# p«r sent, Bents#
Pm** .. ..100,60
oT f * .^ a * r,do of “ F * lr 10
B>-hulog ie now obeolsts. It b undssf
stood that this quotation applies In
Musoovado 89) ten ’’Intlead PP
SPOBTINGI NEWS,
CRICKET
A match was played on the Queen's
Park Savannah yesterday between the
Stlogo aud Arduut Oriokat Oiubs, The
former nmdn 79 rur-s and the latter 6
wickets for 10 tuna when (tumps wees
drawn,
The St Aim's Union again soffsred
defeat at the hands of the " Nomads'*
being bo-tan this time by 42 runs. Bat Batting
ting Batting first the " Unlox” want down
b f re the bowling of C Vslice aud J H
Betanoou-t for tho paltry total of 14
runs, Vsi'ee recoring 6 wtokste las 8
runs and Betauo art 6 for 8 runs, The
Nnm-4s replied with 68 runs, half of
wbioh were ma-’e by A Araberd,
IT. ANN’S UNION,
G McCarthy b Vtllcc
M Charles c Vsllee b Betaucourt., ~ 4
G Coker c Mart b Valiee .. .. .. t)
E Julian b Betancourt .. ~ ..0
L Thompson b Valiee
E Coker c Valiee b Betancourt ~ 0
M Gregoire c Peyrau b Valiee .. ..0
J Morcncy b Betancourt .. ~|y
I Baptiste b Betancourt .. ~ ~so
J George I b w b Vellec Jt
L George not out .. _ .. ~f 3
Total 14
NOMAI) C. 0|
E Wallace b A Coker ~ .. ~ 4
O Wallace b E Coker .. ~ I
K U’llaborao b Baptiste .. 4
C Peyrau ht wkt b G C«ker ..5
Ddc Montbruu c Charles b Baptiste ~2
C \ allee c E Coker b Baptiste .. ..0
J M Betancourt c L George b Baptiste .. O
C Sals/at run out ... 0
A P Anabard c McCarthy b E Coke* ~28
L Lamy b Gregoire .. ~7
N Hart not out .. .. ~ 2
Extras .. .. t
TeuJjM
HELD OVHHt
I Wn regret very mash that through
I want if *p»«« we ***** * 3 *® n *°®*
pelted »n hild over oor report of tho
Dietrib&tlon cf Prisea in cinncotion
wi’b the TR4. wbloi took plaeo
yeeferday aftemcon A fall rd|Kirl
however, will tppeeg in one VWM*
dh|’t i»«ae\

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MORE LARGE SHIPMENTS
FOB
MILLER’S STORES, LIMITED.
-C -
Hew Dress Sateens, Brocades, Piques, Silks, Muslins Alpacas, Lustres and Zephyrs
A PRETTY LOT OF WHITE HARNESS SPOT MUSLINS,
Ladies’ Hats—Sailor’s and Fancy Bhapes, a fine selection of Ladies’ Fancy Laoe 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 Plush, Art Muslins, Cretonnes, Tablings,
Cotton and Linen Sheetings, New Coatings, Serges, Venetians, Vicunas and Flannels.
#* Ready - mades and Hats—a splendid assortment
BOOT & ottOE DEPARTMENT, “ftr neddaily
SHOE-MAKERS’ TOOLS AND ALL NECESSARIES.
Miller’s Stores Limited.

HENDERSON <6 Co.
“THE TIMES’’
A Fine assortment of TWESDH. Also Blue Coatings and
Black Coatings, Flannelette .Skirts at all prioos. Hosiery,
We have jute receive* 120 r*oz. Hon h Afrir»>i TIES wh cb will bo sold
at the very low prloe of 6i eieL and which is v/arth 15a
We have also received 500 doz. of
3MCX22XI V f L* JjkJE* Which will be sold

from 6o each to 480,
LADIES BOOT DEPARTMENT.
. 00————
adiea’ Blaok Oloth BOOTS at 3/ 3/6 4/, 4/6 5/. Ladies Glossy Galosh
Oioih Too Buttoned B»o 5« from 4s *•> 10s. Ladies’ Glossy Blrap
Shoes from 30c to $2.16.
MEN’S BOOTS
in variety.
Carpet Slippers from 15c to 48c. Le%*her Blip serr from 2a la 4g.
Another Large Shipment of,
BOYS FAMILY BOOTS
AT ODB GENERAL LOW PRIORS
HENDKRSON & CO,
“THE TIMES,"
!w, prbdkrioh; a quken streets.
100 BAGS VENEZUELAN QOFFEE,
60 Cases Veimouth, pints and quarts—Noilly Pratt & Co.
60 Cases Morton’s Jam?.
Just Received per ss, laraval
Kingau’s Oervelat
SAUSAGES.
do. Vienna
KINGAN’S SLICED BACON KINC,\N’S POTTED HAMS & TONGUE
English Harness Leather,
AUSTRALIAN bOLE LEATHER,
I.u .. lipmenta of German Dutch Sugar and Be l Pall Beer
P H SCHFEHE 1 ' &Go

WJKK NOTICE
9
THE Public *r« hereby totifi
no fire any cr e U *o nay wifo f<>
becos Pu»rr®, §b» harir * Ip" n y b u <>
B ri d protection aicca the 9:h !J bln
, on UIUKB X PIERUK,
matk
y.,ik ijiivut,
W4b Norr,

THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE, SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25. 1900.

NOTICE.
USTOMBRH and oth«- parrot,
baring bn»'- «■*. wlh the ,I* n"p
» ! Pharmacy, cor. i». of (J.ie- i I)uno n
! N* ar* ha â–  why nofifi b.t I hiv
r tu. *t,d tb 1
‘be »* i i Fh'aHCy wi'l hi oar iad on by
I Mr Alfred liiohaida on my be , m! f ,
L a li’ LLHAUD
j ud Nut> IUO

(Conti hoed from Page 7)
lor every lot rented and built upon by
the tenantry of Woodbrook, the pro proprietors
prietors proprietors of that “ very nice estate ”
personally pocket a fixed income
annually. No wonder the Messrs
Biegert considered themselves in com common
mon common justice bound to give their
tenantry roads; and it cannot be
denied they have generously fulfilled
their obligations in this wise But
why the Attorney-General should try
by this novel objection, to put a fresh
and burdensome taxation upon the
sale of lands and the formation of
new villages and settlement! ou old
abandoned lands, are one of thos
things which are beyond comphrehen comphrehen-81011,
-81011, comphrehen-81011,

It has been suggested that as consi considerable
derable considerable advantages are derived from the
establishment of the local observatory
of the United fctates Weather Bureau,
at the cost of the U.B Government,
it would be a graceful compliment
paid the U S Department of Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture if the local observes were elected
honorary members of the Trinidad
Agricultural Society. This is, we
believe, the ease in Dominica, aad a
similar act of courtesy on our part
would be fully appreciated by she U.B.
government We therefore hope that
the '.gritulturai society will give the
matter their attention, and thereby ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge a service of the greatest
benefit not ,only to Trinidad but to
the West iadies generally, we are not
sure whether according to the present
constitution of the Bociety the
compliment could £ be paid iu the
manner suggested without the
authority of the government, but the
required Jiat if at all requisite couid
doubtless be easily obtained
Wk have haard it stated that the
Resident Burgeon of the Colonial
Hospital will, in future be permitted
>.o undertake a consulting prac practice
tice practice in Port-of-Spain,
We trust we will be excused if we
suggest that the New Financial Ins
stiuctors would assist the Gov
eminent Officials concerned in the
carrying out of these Instructions, as
well as enlighten the public generally
nor a somewhat ha/.y point, if one or
other of the Legal Advisers of the
Government would give a clear
opinion as to whether, these new In Instructions,
structions, Instructions, the only authority for
which is their having been “ issued
from the Colonial Office," or the
Financial Instructions dated 4th June
1894 and made by the Governor in
Executive Council under Section 7 of
ordinance No 32 of 1898—are now
legally in force in this Colony.

We ask the question because it
seems somowliat strange that Regula Regulations,
tions, Regulations, financial or otherwise when
“ Issued from the Colonial Office”
that imprimatur may im imply)
ply) imply) are to be considered to supersed
and over-ride Regulations, already
Mating aud which have been legally
enacted wiilun the Colony If so -
What fltit?—i

THE VEGA de GUARAOABA
MY^EBY.
Wa are col inaliced io find fault
wLh the utterances of our Contem Contemporary
porary Contemporary Ihe Mirror , with many of
wbioh we are in acoord. Bat we
oannet »gr«e with, nor aan we fol follow
low follow all (be aigameuls or assertions— assertionswhichever
whichever assertionswhichever (hey may fcf.—published
in Wednesday’* issue re •* The Vega
de Gnaracara Mystery’’. Although
the Gazelie did not pnblißh the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings taken before the Coroner at
ihe D quest held from wefk. to week,
we have oareful'y read the abridged
reports as they from time to time,
appeared in (he columns of the
Mirror, and we were struok by the
painstaking manner in which the
Ca’oner and the polioe conducted
the inquiry. The forethought and
courtesy shown to the public by
holding the I'*q i-st iu a sal able
room within a (aw hundred years of
i,L>e scene of the murder instead of
at the Mont errat nr Couva police
ocuria the !filer of whiob iq a dig
tance of 16 or 18 miles, thus f fterd fterding
ing fterding viHsgsr and resident living
wilhia a naeonabie distance from the
ptfica an cpportuoly of oomiug
forward and tonifying to matters
wirhiu their knowledge, or of whiob
they msy have board rumours is
worthy of praise aed affords a goid
pxsrocla fer imitation in future id idqa;ries
qa;ries idqa;ries t f his nature where no direct
evidence is forthcoming. A praise praiseworthy
worthy praiseworthy conrsa w*s pursued b;
seizing the ;h- ’s sff rded
of in errogatieg putter, su-peo ed of
beirg interested in o participators
in the uuforiumte man’s death and
leaving no stone unturned to get at
the truth, not by any uo lerband or
iasiduous means but openly •' in the
faoe of the run acd cf (bo people.”
We fiel assured that in no part cf
Her Msjes'j’a dominions could an
inquiry Lave freu mere fairly and
ably oenduotid, and although it may.
for the time bel g, have ended in a
failure to bring tbs perpetrator of the
irlmeto just 03, it is due rather tc
the eecreoy with whioh the deed was
cimraiDed, or the moral oowardioe
of those who ocuid have thrown
aims light up in the mailer iu being
afraid ti giv.i information than to
any want of assiduity on the part cf
the police in ga'boring inf rination,
t Ah g and sifting it. We t'giee wl*b
lafppf tor B .icily wh*n snjplirnenS
ing lh' romarbg cf (ha Coroner be,
In effeo*, M»d munication-f oommunication-f are not often worth anj anjthlog
thlog anjthlog ami can t**!d m be attended to
but it people, net wishing to have
their names disolosed without their
ooosent, made any statement or
forwarded any commucioation giving
infcrmatloij they might rely upon it
being treated with strict oonfidecuo.
It is tho duty of the publl«, -no
matter what tbe'.r standing in the
ocmmunlty may bu —an obligation,
wc jare rony to say, wh : od is eeidom
reoegnised—'o render wi'llng assiet assietanoe
anoe assietanoe to the polio < in their endeavours
So unravel the mystery of a crime,
and particularly when th st dime Is a
m'at fttrooiou* «nd ootd blooded
mu dor ; and , iilesa this is doro
eheetfwUy aud maatuliy many oamys

will remain undiscovered. Theories
and belle's are useless without ev!-
deuoa and there was perhaps, oiroum oiroumetantial
etantial oiroumetantial evidenoe enough adduced at
this inquest to place at least one man
upon his trial, Why the Coroner
has not done so is best known to him
and the police but the fact of not
doing so shows with what care end
fairness the (enquiry was held and
the value of the various statements
thoroughly sifted. Wa are aatQfiad,
although no person baa been brought
to justior, that the enquiry was not
a failure and we unhesitatingly assert
that the Coroner and the police de deserve
serve deserve the shanks of the public for the
painstaking, exhaustive, and able
manner in which the irquest was
held and oonduoted.
CURRENT EVEN rg,
At the Colonial Hospital On Friday
night, there passed away a familiar
figure at Corbeau Town—Eusebio
Bauyadelly, who for upwards of
twenty years was the Torreador em employed
ployed employed in connection with the Aria Ariapita
pita Ariapita Slaughtery
In the extract published from the
Druggist and Chemitt a fdiort time
ago. After the words Straits’Settle Straits’Settlements,
ments, Straits’Settlements, please read —A long * series
sent from the Straits Settlements
contained sixty-six Anopheles and
seventy-two Culex. &c.
We have been requested to state
that a special trip of the Gulf Steamer
will be made on Monday at 2 p. m, to
the Quarantine Station for the pur purpose
pose purpose of bringing up the passengers
detained there since last /nail,
The following is Monday’s Court
List:-Goods of Berooa Goods of
Knox
D. Coys’ Shooting Club, will meet
at the range at St Clair ; on Thursday
evening next, at 3 o’clock.
The Trinidad Mutual Friendly
Society celebrates their eleventh An Anniversary
niversary Anniversary on the 11th prox when it is
anticipated that there will be a gala
time The Society is iu a flourishing
condition with a big membership roll-
The following programma will be
played by the Polios Band at the
Botanio Gardens this > fteruoou :
MARCH—The Absent-Minded | guliisran
OVERTURE—Banditen Struche Suppc
SELECTION —Paul Jones Planquette
VALSB —Soiree D’Ete VValdteufel
SELECTION—The Belle of New
York Kerber
VALSE —Venetian Song .Buc&lassi
GALOP —Ihe Pleasures of M atri atrimony
mony atrimony Gung’l
S. GRAINGER,
Bandmaster.
WEDDINV.
BCHUBLT—URICH.
The Church of tho Rosary was
tbo soeue of a pretty wedding yr ?.
tercUy afternoon when M:sa Louise
Mailt Mtn6 Schuelt, eldest daughter
of Adbemnr Bobuelt Esq., of " Ague
Santa” Estate, Arima, wss united
in Ihe bonds of Holy wedlook to
Frederick William Urioh, E ; q., n
clerk in tbe Education Department
nd Lieutenant in the Trinidad
Light Infantry Vo'UDteers. The
was prettily arranged with
ferns and other ornamer ta p'antr
and the rioh oarpets added to the
appearanoe ; while tbe High A Bar
was mmgnlfioieotly desked wi choloest dowetß wh eh with tbe in innwQUi
nwQUi innwQUi cauvieUbxu with burning

W C, ROSS & COY
' s
Have now opened all their usual suuply ol Good things for till
XMAB BHABQN.
York Hams, Edam Cheese, Gouda Cheese, Roquefort Cheese, Oamsabsrt Ohens
Mortad ella Saassets, Riecuite, Cskee, Jams, Rdetna, figs. Grapes. PmoM, Ovruft
N. ugate, Chocolate, French Bonbons, Plum Puddinc, Fruits In Byrnp, AsmtM
Ryrups, Liqueurs, Wines, Obampsgno; Moet and Chandon, Whits Star, Tews
Clfquct Ac;
Conserves AJimentaires from the well known houses of Messrs
Rodel Fils & Philippe & Canaud.
Pvt 6 de Gvivea Pate do Folea Gm Trnfie, Pate de Beoane Trnls, Path It
P.utiors Truffe, Pats de Pardreau Troffe, Gilaotloe da Volaille, Saadssoo d« Fotal
Gras Truffe, Sauorssea Trnffe Epluobarea de Petit Pole an Bearre, Petit tdk
Fine &c„ See our Patriotic Boxes of Ohcoalates, Oosaques, Rnrprin Package*
Xmas Cards, S mta Claus S’ockiugs and FANCY BABKETB-A SpeeUUty
W. C. ROSS & CO.
GBOIERY DEPARTMENT.
;â–  . . 1> Li
... - - r-v if • v
?Prderiek St
AND OUTFITTER.
I take *tho present opportunity of thanking my nnmewM
friends" and patrons for their past support and beg to?», *
have just reoeived my supplies of
Xmas Goods
Which oousist of NEWEST STYLES bought from the M'
ing marketsjin Europe and Amerioa. My s«oos u *
hmt s Silk, Felt & St! aw M
Are ihe and best assortment that hM
offered to the Trinidad Public lam well known for W
ing the newest styles in
Gentlemen's Ties and Collar
' v g^>ok
4nd have just opened! a new assoriment also *
of Gent's White and Colored bhirts, Underwear atf
My R*ady-m«id« Clothing D 0 P mptm#^Lrfid°!s^ stook» d and is under the charge o* an expe
All G :rnirii l s bought ?re guaranteed to fit as it 11 ■hiighmepfe’
anil at half the prioe changed by Tailoring its I
Tho Ladies’ and Children have not beeQ
have alpo received a new and 6eleot assortmen
Children’s BMLOR HATS new styles, 00^
Hat Bands of every description All Goods yoi
prices to snit the times, my system of business
cash,
i Hit
You are invited to call and inspect my stock ft
value that is being offered.
waterman
Tho Hatter & Outfitter, *
11, VBEDiiiJiIOE 81. xBLBI’f 101 '* ** ,



SPECIALTIES IN
SII.VSR AHD EP. GOODS

WE HAVE NOT FOR3OTTEN TO IMPORT OUR
Christmas Novelties
Whioh are all most suitable for Christmas Presents,
BHOOTZSIO «£& CTVO PRIZES.
Call and inspect
SOLID SILVER GOODS
In the following : Combined Silver Watch and Paper Weight, Nic-Nao?, Pencil Cases, Salt Spoons, Jam
Spoons, Mostard Spoons, Butter Knives, Napkin Rings, Afternoon Tea Spoons with Tongs in cases, Knife
Rests, Clasps, Bnokles, Ladies Link Saits, Bon Bon Dishes, Ladies Hair Brashes, Toilet Sets, Card Cases,
Scissors Ac, Also a large variety of
BLEOTRO-PL A T 33 GOOD^.
Bread Forks, Jam Spoons, Butter Knives, Pickle Forks, afternoon Tea Spoons in casts of six and twelve,
Ghild’sFork and Spoon in case, Inkstands, Scent Sprays, Caskets, Cigar Ash Trays, Mirrors, Waiters, Hat
Pins, Photo Frames, Soent Bottles, Gongs, Alarm Watohes, Table Bells, Fish Eaters, Ice Pails, Biscuit
Boxes, Cruets, Salt Cellars etc.

What is it ?
Only this.
THAT
MKTOCSriJSK'S
Hive joat reoeived another targe shipment of
Xmas Goods
Comprising many Buuublo lix.es for
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
»♦♦♦■»
That swell Suit/you„ had last Chris!nrns was bought at
METIVIER’B.
Shat up-to-date Collar and Tie weâ„¢ also bought at
METIVIEB’S.
You had your choice of la Bhirt from a targe variety of
kinds that were displayed at METIVIER’S
that Hat with stylish band that you w >ra to was also bought at METIVIER’S.
We could mention scores of ptaned Customers who buy their
holiday attire from M ETIVIER’S.
We can please more if you will on’y giva us the opportunity. Our
MBortmsnt is large and varied this seia and we will esteem it a favour
if you will afford us the pleasure of placing you on the list of our satisfied
customers
oo
J R. METIVIER & Co.
42, King Street. La Favobita,
Robert Henderson
Bootmaker & Leather Merchant
-■■■■■— ■— Q- ■■ i. m
BWS to announce to his Customers and the General Public that hj is
ju»t In receipt of a fine shipment of New Leather Materials for
THE GHRISTMAS TRADE •
New shades in Brown, Tan Ac , Large Betaotlon of Box-Calf, Willow
C*B, Diamond Calf, Glaee Kid, Patent Calf, every dcaorlptiou of Fancy
"Hther kept. The only place in Town where such fine Goods can be
••wd. We mJke this our business.
At present our Workshop is crowded with Bespoke Orders
IP YOU DON’T WANT TO B 3 DISAPPOINTED.
#lace your Order Early. Now is the Time.
ROBERT HENDERSON,
THE BOOT MAKEB.
Frederick Street.
TELEPHONE No. 6.
the best of wines
3B-
Q THU OREAT HFALTH RESTORER RESTORER®Pecially;prepared
®Pecially;prepared RESTORER®Pecially;prepared for Invalids and lovers of pure wine by
Cj J. Ceaiqnead A Co., of Bordeaux.
RECOMMENDED by the medical PROFESSION.^
obtaiaef retail from the prinoip \1 stiras; md wholesale
from ageats for Venexuela A W. Indies, k -jtj
TQ M. J. TAUREL & Co. Corner of King & Charlotte Bt. £ljf
fH At Ban Fernando, from L W RONYUN A 00.
soiiNaa nvsl

THE PORT OF FAIN GAZETTE SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25.1900

CALEDONIAN HOUSE.

tipers made an effective tout ememhle
Punctually at two, the bride, amicis*
the carrilton of the church bell* and
a triumphant marob played on
the organ, was esoorted into
the ohurch by her father, having
been received by a “ guard of hon honour'’
our'’ honour'’ comprising tbe follow!.-g
bridesmaids and groomsmen ; Miss
R M Bchuelt and Mr R Kernahan ;
Miss M Uriah and Mr H Soheu’t ;
Miss Ade Verteuil and Mr Ferdinand
Bchuelt; Miss i Be’lier, Mr O
Scott and Miss A M Oiprianl and
Mr M 0 Urioh. Mr Geo. Urioh
acted as boatman. Tbe oeremony
performed by the Bsv Father Marie
Joseph 0.P., the following Clarev
occupied seats in the Sanctuary: Very
Bev Father W OarrolC. 8. Bp, Very
Rev Father 0 B deMartini P.P Arim -
Rev Perdomo P.P Tunapuna ; Jean
Marie Gserls, OP., Hyaointh Jorrs
OP. and McDonald CS, Sp. Aft® r
the ‘Van! Creator Bpirhua’(Gregori Bpirhua’(Gregorian)
an) Bpirhua’(Gregorian) had been sung, Miss Morvari
presiding at the organ and Mr F. J
M dngot conducting, The officiating
pi esi delivered a touching allocution
in Frenoh on tbe marriage estate and
the obligations attached there* o. '1 he
ceremony being concluded Mis 4 de
Labastide admirably rendered Mow
art’s ‘ O ftanota Marla’ wbioh espf espfdally
dally espfdally considering it was her dehu
left ootblrg to be desired in tbe w.y
of rendision. The newly-omrifd
couple and the witnesses having
signed the Register, on their rerun
from the saoristy, Bordese’s Are
Want Stella was sung, Among
the guests we noticed : Mr end
Mrs J Gde Gaones and Misses de
Gaonra (2i, M p '»rfj M r«* A I
Mr and Mr® W R Kernahan and
Miss Kern.han, Mr and Mrs A
Miineot, Mr end Mrs F J Malcgo'i
nod Miss Maiogot, Mr and Mrs 0 G
Pantin and Miss Pantin, Miss
Labmide, Mr and Mrs V de Bo's Bo'ssieire,
sieire, Bo'ssieire, Mr and Mrs F Urioh
eni Misties Urioh, Mr and Mrs A
SJiiar and. Miss Beiiier, Misses
A.obe, Mr and Mrs rampellonne.
M'sses Devenish, Hon. end Mrs L
de Vertenil, Mr PA I O’Oornor,
MrP de Labastide, Mrj acd Miss
Glcanetti. Mr and Mrs H P Gau»
teaume, Mrs and M'ss Wuppermans,
Mr Byl Divenisb, Mrs Eugene and
Miss Wehekind, Mr and Mrs G Fitt,
Mr and Mrs de Lapeyrouae, Mr A
and Mrs Urioh, Mr F Agostini,
Messrs G and V de Gaonep, Mr G
de j Verteuil, Mr Paul Veasiny,
Chevalier and Mrs F J Soott and
Miss J Boo'l. A reoeptinn was held
at tbe bride’s father’s house in
Olarenoe Btreet and later in tbe
afternoon the oonple proceeded by
'he Bteam lnunch 'Trlnld'd” to
Copper Hole B»y, Monop, there to
Bpend the honeymoon.
TO CORRESPONDENTS.
Ratepayer ; A Parent, and Pedes Pedestrians—beid
trians—beid Pedestrians—beid over to our next.
OOMMEBCIAL NOTES.
Attentioa is called to the an announcement
nouncement announcement made by the firm of Hen Henderson
derson Henderson and Co. in the handbills issued
in this morning’s Gazette In order
to make room for his iocrersing
manufacturing trade. Mr. Robert
Henderson, the boot-maker, will open
at ridiculously low rates, the whole
of his large and varied stock of boots
and [shoes. This will be a grand op opportunity
portunity opportunity to obtain tine articles at a
low rate; and as the entire stock
valued at g 10,000, is to be cleared
out by the end of December, (includ (including
ing (including large assortments just received
speciailly 'for the Christmas trade),
wo can predict that those who patron patronize
ize patronize this great clearance sale will not
b« diaapjwinted.

COMMUNICATION.
CAPPRICOIO.
[By Grims]
It is after al! ve>y odd. *bat under a
government so liberal, pa ernal. ten tender
der tender and musoilaglnous as ours is said
to be ; a government that has no
other aim than the happiness of all
Its pebjeots, we should neverthtless
be b no like rainbows under tbe most
enormous customs duties.
Uoder what Ta>k’sh or Musoe Musoe\
\ Musoe\ Ite A Imioislration are the poor in inlab’
lab’ inlab’ ants condemned to pay, lor
instance, three pounds sterling of
import duty on a cask of tbe least
intoxicating of wines ?
In better days ibis impost did not
amr-not to more than one pound.
Later on the touching solicitude
of the Administrator’* found this
amount tco small, and doubled it.
Some years after, when tbe heart of
one of our governors whioh was
some imes a mill-stone and some some’•in
’•in some’•in p a nougat began to melt before
>br> empty pockets of some erst great
plsm-vs, a third pound sterling was
added to the other two ; whioh made,
and continues unfortunately to make
three pounds 1
Everybody here remembers that
this Governor In order to assist these
g'e»l proprietors who had bcocme
vaiy small rahied to the height of
’ho “ Tour St Jacquis” the imports
on all wines snd f-.od-S'ufts, It was
in fact resolved at that time by members of the Legislative Oouncli
[who under our system of Govern Government
ment Government often find themselves placed
towards the Governor as in tbe pr Bi Billon
llon Billon of Buy BLs towards Don Sal Sallustre;
lustre; Sallustre; whom on all occasions,
private or public they have bound
themselves to Berve) that tbe popu population
lation population should be sacrificed to these
pro dge~, as in old*n times sheep
were sacrificed to »he gods in order
io propitiate :hcm.
Nothing wou'd then touch cur
he rhj more than *o see gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen walking about with their bands
in empty pockets ; but that the
monopoly of tbe sale of carriages iu
Port of Sprin should be granted to
Commandant Coombs if we are so
far blessed as to be nb*e to under understand
stand understand that such a fonolful idea was
entertained by the Councilors of
those days.
In tiuth before depriving tbe popu population
lation population of food, it would have been
neoessary to establish that the popu population
lation population has no stotmob, and that it is
only some planters «b&t are endowed
wi-h that organ As we all have a
right to drink water, and to breathe
tbe air we have at tbe same time a
right to eat; tbe throat sod tbs
lungs not being able to er joy privi-
Ingea o( wbioh the is de deprived.
prived. deprived. Tbe appe i e is a sickness
like all o hnrs, only instead of being,
treated with actipyrlne and cupping,
it is trea!ed wi'.h bread to wbioh luoky
people add foi’ grnt Now the duty
of tbG government is to ocme to tbe
help cf ’he siok, and not to deprive
them of medicines, likely ‘o protect
them «gainat death.
Bu»b in faot wei the opinion of Mr
Cb&mheripin who attaob.d oo im importance
portance importance to tbr-se itsscoir ga cf our
Legislative Council. It appeared to
tbe minister mpr, mcly or just rha>
?bp pcpula irn should be punished ir.
order to Men ar.d r b.c â– ? ,a> a few
incividaals ; and be > -cc~rding , y am
ot I en to His Fxoeliency io
wipe ou* tbit car et! deols oa of the
Lrgij'aturo wito s sponge tcaked in
(.arbolic acid
Ha» this order of Mr Chamberlain
Geeo obeyed f P'ane people think
no*, and this iceoaatiou seetus tons
s > outrvg l us 'hst we *e \ fmed 'o
srk the rodder io ibiuk twire btfete
' oeUavtcg,, .that there is

BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT.
We still retain onr piemier position in Boots and Shoes. We have just received
tether Large Shipment ir Christmas Ms.

Ladies’ Glace 1-Bar Shoes from ....GOo fco $4 00
do do Oxford Shoes from ....71ic fco 450
do do Court Shoes from ....7'4n fco 3GO
Ladies’ Tan Shoes (Court) 1-Bar and
Oxford .... ....72c fco 300
do White Kid Court Shoes ...,960 fco 300
do White Kid 1-Bar Shoes 108 to 180
do White Canvas Shoes ~..720 fco 180
do Suede Court Shoes .... .... at 180
do Bronze 1-Bar Shoes.... 108 to 144
de Black Cloth Boots K.B. ...,840 fco 180
do Glace, Cloth and Kid. Mock Kid
Imt. Glace E S Boots 120 to 325
do Button Boots in all qualities 120 to 660

Goodwille and Wilson.

no foundation for it Ab a matter of
fact, are not the merchant! still being
bled to the tune of £3, no withstand withstanding
ing withstanding the energy with which Mr. Cham Chamberla
berla Chamberla n has exclaimed against these
imports, which seem to have beon
raised by Kiffel—him of the tower.
Alas I there is every reuson to be believe
lieve believe that this iniquity will continue
to flourish, for an indefinite number
of year*, All our Legislature Coun Councillors
cillors Councillors of that time will have died of
old age, the skeleton of Mr. McCarthy
will , have been mumified in its
sarcophagus; all the carriages form forming
ing forming part of the " household efleots ”
of 4 Commander Combs will have
been reduced to ashes before this ex exoessive
oessive exoessive duty shall be diminished by so
much as a penny.
Let us, dear reader, continue to ad admire
mire admire the excellent mould from which
we have been made and the wonderful
philosophical resignation display'd by
this long-suffering population,
VENEZUELAN NEWS.
CARACAS CONTINUES TO QUAKE.
The following is taken from the
Venezuelan Herald of 11th November.
Caracas continues to quake; f>om
the 29 h October to the 1 I h N vembur
not a Bingle day has passed without
one or more shocks being felt, some
of exceeding violence, throwing the
town Look into stupor and compelling
again and Bg-,m those inhabitants who
have ventnrad back into their Louse*
to abandon hem and seek refuge in
the squares and streets and public
gardens, for the uncertaiuty always
present.
It is difficult .'o describe the im impression
pression impression made upon one by the quak quaking
ing quaking At some times it seems that the
earth is swelling snd produces the
sensation of being on the sea.
The nights for three who do not
abandon their houses, and we are
among the number, aa we prefer to
die in onr beds than to contract pneu pneumonia
monia pneumonia iu ths public squares, is passed
io watching like a sentinel, ready io
leap from the bed at the first rum rumbling
bling rumbling tint is hea-d and rush the
courtyard where some minntes are
passed in contemplating the stars. Oh 1
ihat Car of Venus snd that Milky
Way! how wo begin to know them !
Then we return io bod half frozen, for
although in a tropical clime, owing to
the altitude, the nighta are cold, Whut
a terrible existence! the pilot who
navigates amidst reefs and shoaig is
not more wrtchful, more care ully
observant ihan he who has the happi happiness
ness happiness to sleep beneath the murderous
roofs of the houses of Caracas. Life
Insurance Companies should insert a
clacss in their policies against all who
reside beneath roofs cods' ruct«d by
the intelligent capitalists of iheci’y.
Dr. J. 'l. f’sstro who waa s*rt on a
mission a short time ago by the Vene Veneznelan
znelan Veneznelan Govemmeut was in Paris last
month, and was presented eemi-offi eemi-officially
cially eemi-officially to M Delcasse, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, On the subject of the
probable reoewal of diplomatic rel*.
tioos between France and Venetuela
'he official ‘ Uavat Ag-ruy ’’ says ;
The Fret ch Government ts ready tc
resume diplomatic relations on the
b >ia transmitted s»m-> years ego to
Oen. Juan Piel’i sed on beirg ir den .
mfied for lotres suffered by onrni'ior;
|ho coffee qu> s ion can be a'lr i prang'd'
but cn the condition that Venezuelan
Government* unders’and once for rl)
hat their customs tariff cancot be
chan ed in a night,
THK S‘ r ATFS
The earthquake w-ut felt a* far as
Trujillo, ana even visited Cuidad
Boliv.ir a«a first exj ori-u.r*.
• < •K- :L ri-Oit V it. d
A » e w L„e sullcivd laUuvv'j li.Ue.

Boots and Shoes
For the People.

Ladies Lace Boots in all qualities „...840 to 4SO
do Brown Canvas Shoeß „..600 to 130
do Carpet Slippers, Levant Slippers, Morooo*
Slippers, Leather Slippers, Mole Skin Slip Slippers,
pers, Slippers, Blaok Grain Slippers, Busset Grain
Slippers, Goat Skin Slippess, Velvet Slip*
pers, Floral Sippers.
Boys and Girls’ School Boots and Shoes, Boys and
Girls’ Dress Boots and Shoes, Men’s Boots
and Shoes in great variety—black and tan
square, medium and pointed toes. Ariny
Binchers—raeset ancTblaok, $1 20 to 2 88,
Alpaigstas all sums,

Barcelona— Sums houses have been
destroyed ; the church, goal and also
the railroad suffered considerably.
Oarupanu—Some houses destroyed;
according to the telegrams these small
cities would seem to have felt the
shock after 4,54 p.m. fligueroto—
Almost completely destroyed. Five
deaths recorded" The French cable
suffered to a great extent. At Han
Joed a small town, five miles from
Bio Ghioo, the river rose four metres
nbove its normal level. Maonto—Of
this charming little town, the New Newport
port Newport of Venezuela, there only remains
a legend of what once had been. The
three American frame houses built
lust year for General Andrade, Dr.
Aibeito fcnuith, and General Bello
Rodriguez respectively, the hotel
Ctsiuo, also built last year, and the
house of General Guzman Blanco,
are all left standing; the rest hove
ditappeared. The famous house of
General Crespo is a heab of ruins,
oven the house of Mr. Bohmell of the
firm o' Bolhm and 00. snd that of Mr.
Math&ran fell. One person only was
kdled Mfiquetia suffered little.
La Guayia lias not suffered much;
the La Guijra Harbour Corporation
and tho Railway Station absolutely
noihiug, which proves that the Eng English
lish English build well. Valencia has had
c iDsiderable material losses, Gnat ire
has b»en entirely deatrojed. There
were 27 persons killed and 117
wounded. Gtiftrsaaa b*s suffered
greatly ; 7 persons were killed and
117 wounded. Los Tuques has also
suffered owing, as in most cates to the
bad manucr io which the houses were
oousiruc ed. Potor QabeDo felt a
strong shock which destroyed, several
walls, in Mr. Volkmar’* yard the
eardi opened and left a large crevioe.
Barqu simeto felt the shock ;no
damage reported. Island of Los
Boquea -Here severe shocks were ex expenenced
penenced expenenced and the earth opened in
several places in wide gaps, especially
in the Island of Ccl.-jai. Margarita— Margaritait
it Margaritait would seem that this Island was
not visited by the earthquake.

gbntbal boad board.
A m uitTiNG of the Central Road
Board wm held »l Abe Oounoll
Obambor on Friday afternoon at two
o’clock Thera were present, His
hxoblieiioyblr C oKnollys KOMO,
doting Governor, in the Chair ; Hon,
U 0 Bourne, acting Colonial Beors Beorstery,
tery, Beorstery, Hon. N Nathan, Attorney
General, Hon. Walsh Wrightson
cMG, Director of Public Work*,
Hon. Ausber Warner, Mr W E
Bmltb, General Manager of Rail Railways,
ways, Railways, and the following delegatta
trem L>oal Road Hoards : - Messrs
E M.reaso Smith (Oaroni), Eugene
trilndell (Court.), H L O’Brien
(Di“go Martin), Ref- J B Robinson
(Mans .mill), D’Abadie (Montserrat)
G O'gn E K»yne (Ssvaona Grande),
K J Mmer (Taoarigua) and W T
Patterson (Bt Ann’s), with Major 0 J
Rock*, Heoroiary —The minutes of
the lasi moetlrfc were »6td and
confirmed.
On the motion of the Director of
Public Works aeoonded by the Allot Allotty
ty Allotty Ganrrai, it wsa resolved ;
“ That thin Board approver of the trails trails■er
■er trails■er of the turn of j£l&0 from the amount
kllocaled by tbis Board to the Caroni Local
itoad Board for the current year to the
Tacarigua Local Read Board for the main main|
| main| tenaoce of the following road* which by
Proclamation No 23 of 19W have been
,‘laced under the control of the latter Board,
viz : Las Lomas Nos 1 and 2, Madras
1 Settlement, Haitian's Trace. Governor’s
Trace, Boy Cato'r Trace, the Caroni Village
I .(reel* and the Cunupia Village street*
i, Alligator Village. ”)
Mr Marrasa Smith repastod the
protest v.htoh he made soma Ifrae
•vo 'rrla Io Ibis .rsosfer. He
r q m u-â–  h" sulhorify of the
i.i doterfer.' in any tin*.
ttv, ,i.i L.oM Rjad Dowdi,

Eusselh Co.
14a, Fred. St,
I* tbs place to go for Real Bargains,
IN LADIES BELTS
We iffar sever*! Good snd Ghee a
Lines,
Web Belts with Beetles
SILK do do do
KHAKI A RED do * do
TAN A BLK. LEATHER with Bntklso
WASHING SILK do do
FfiATHaR - STITCH BRAIDS.
A large si fnllot c| Rmk'e* sniteble lx
Trimming Hats.
White ead Colored SOI
FLOWS 88 * BOSES,
PLUME* ASSORTED MOUNTB
Our Mersileen FandkercM-fs, In
White Or earn and Crimson, are
just the linw to suit wholesale
buyers.
Serges, Coalings, T weeds,
Flannels
A good assortment--Wool and
Onsbmere Bbawis.SUk Foolerde.
White Lappet Muslin*, Draping
Muhtin*, Art **nslia>.
WHITR & FARCY EMBROID'R'D
AND
BPOTT’D MUSLINS.
White Brocade*, Mat, ninth—sot-* vary
r ice patterns.
SKIRT CLOTH 39inohea
[wide
Jn*t a few patterns at only 10 cents
per yard, Seme besoH'ut pleas* of
Gbeok’d and Striped Zphvrs, Real
MADRAS HandkeroLi.il,
I ACEB, EMBROIDERYjtAND
D INSERTION.
New Goods per every Stmr.
RUSSELL & CO.
JUST RECEIVED
BY
Fptnoh Steams?
Gruyeie Cft6B3B
Rocqurfor), Oanmmbert, CbeeAer,
Liruror, Bib. til LcrfqvOt
Gorgansola. ,
Sauoiasona Lyon and H Ay’MU
F.uite, CkibtaUisM. Naagafe
NougatioM, Fondants, Drag
BjoDous, Pralines Ac.
Boland’s ’ Pharmacy,
l'jwks anux|t;,

5



6

Th# Oaronl Bo*rd should bvr* » fulr
bearing
Mr Miller rid not koow 6n ?
djgnnte with big B'&rd.
flig Exoe'i? nay wca glad to be
thus informed, Tb« piW»naaUon
waa In accord anc y with Nw and the
question o -old nos te reopened
Mr Arrlodell wked sb*t be miller
be adiooroed.
His Excellency rule!* tbe qoeaticn
eonld no» be reopened without due
notice.
On the motion at Mr Eajne it
■*9«oived :
% “That this Board authorizes the Savan Savanna
na Savanna Grande I-ocal Road Board to divert
lire Matilda Road the [joint of diversion
starling 5 Road and running in an easterly direction
for a distance of 7-ti feet to bridge No and a further distance of 1,234 feet (l-emg
the end of the diversion) terminating on the
Matilda Road.”
The Obuirmau of the Montasrr&t
Log a i Bond Board movi d :
“That that portion of the Mary Ayong
Traci, in the Montserrat Road Union,
beginning at a point on J Best’s land, and
where it crosses t.ie Railway and termin*
1 ating at T Asevero’s private road opposite
Han agin Town—measuring 2,200 feet—be
discontinued as a pnblic thoroughfare.
Mr W E 3mi/h cbjuoted to tbia,
tod the matter was referred to the
Sab Intendant of Grown Lands.
On the motion of Mr Wrightson it
was resolved;
“ That the road known as Brighton
Xloftd in the CcdroSi Koad Union, starting
from the La Brea Village at its junction with
the La Brea Main Road No 13, and passing
partly through tha Crown Lands snipping
Depot and partly through the lands of the
new Trinidad Lake Asphalt Company and in
a westerly direction for a distance of 1,300
feet and ’terminating at the site lately
selected for the erection of the proposed
Public Buildings, be declared a Public (Local)
Road.”
The Chairman cf be Dei go Mari in
Local Bond Board moved •
"That the Diogo Martin Local Road
Board destroa authority to extend the
Bagatelle Road No. 1 for a farther distance
of 1,«00 feet through the Cascade Savannah,
the properly of the Crown, but now In the
oeoupation of Mr L F Anabard, to meet the
Fond Falmfate Road Ne. 22 in the Diego
Martin Road Union ; and that tbe said
portion of land of 1,800 hot he declared a
% Public (Local) Road as forming putt and
parcel of the Bagatelle road aforesaid.'’
to.
Cm ;Ne motion of tbs Chairman oS
thP Daigo Martin lJuard it was also
resolved:
“That the Diego Martin Local Road
Board desire authority to divert the
Grande Rivldte Road No. 12 from 150
mile running In a North-nsslwardly direc direction
tion direction for a dlstanoe of 1,000 feet, to meet the
Blue Basin Road passing ihrough the lands
of one Nelson Ssdanily and Miss Anna
Lange. ”
Mr W T Pet'lerßon moved:
That the road known as “ Eleooorro
Trace," in ttu Bt Anus Road Unloi
starting from the Railway gate to the
West of the Ban Juan’s Hallway Station
and passing through tha lands forni'trlj, of
the Elsocorro Estate, but now sold out in
lots to different persons, running In a
Southerly direction for a distance of 0,000
feet- bo declared a Public (Local) Road,”
Mr W E fcsmith wanted to know
the acreage acid and if tho Go/or*
nor would bo respom-ible for the
crossing cf the Hallway Ilnea
Mr Patterson said that Mr llerrora
bad given tha roads »o the public
Mr NathaD thought Ibo proprie proprietor
tor proprietor should make bis own roads especi especially
ally especially as he was turning abandoned
oanefiddU imo a towu. He insUn insUnoed
oed insUnoed the case us Messrs Ssfcgeit, the
proprietors of Woodbrcok. They
did notoali upon the Uo-’ernmeot or
th* Dcwmissioners *.o m.ke roads
Hr the.'n They first made their
r»*a.l ana handed them ovor If ihe
Board acted contrary to this prin principle,
ciple, principle, they would have to answer to
the taxpayers, h was simply a
question of justice, Mr Patterson
â– aid that at Woodbrook Messrs
Siegert were pooketiug money but
it was not exaotly so at El Hoooro.
The motion was eventually post
poned
It was also resolved :
“ That the following roads, in tbo
Maneanilla Road Union, be doc ari d
Public (Looal) Roads', vial.
1. Logan Road—branching off the North
Maiuarrillx Road and tunning in a
northerly direction through laude
of Fleering, Damian, Co mug wood,
Logan Ac., fora dritauco of about
two utile* ;
2. Externum of Caignal Road -uommeno*
tug at tho present terminus of the
Cawual Road and passing through
lands of Ramos, Maurice, Philip,
augustin, Connolly, Ac., lor a din dinttuioo
ttuioo dinttuioo of about ouo mile j
8, Cemetery bit roe —brandin g off the
Eastern Main road at ab tut 30 25
mile and running tu a north--iMleily
direction fra distance of about 4'JO
foot;
4. Old Plum Road —ttirat portion! brauoh brauohiug
iug brauohiug utf tho Kaautin Main root at
about the U7*b mile and running in a
southerly direction for a diatai ce o!
about 1 Hides whore U meet* the
now Plum Road,
It wm a'lo ta oive i:
“TW'te ronl known a* the Blrealbam
Lo'" 'in tho Taoarigua Itjad Union
! ’ 'ill tbe Kaaleru Main Roan at
|A foot, running iu a southorly
r a distauoo ol Hit lent anil Uir.
wmsti* be Northern g.ito of the iiai w ay
oro*«i, , oo declared a Public Local Road.
Same oibor nun u allure v <
lipnu*«Bd and tbo msotli « ndjour ndjourmi
mi ndjourmi
Ot'tKNAUK NI \V 'â– 
Bpor rs.—The Carenuge, was m fete on Sunday Inst. I’liffc
was firat u game of Rounder, jilajed In u .
the girl* of the unrounding tihigv-., ami Ice
gentlemen married and single. I 'hr /.one
was lost by the fairer -c.
A cricket mulch w.ir â– -, jdavr > â–  .era
the Cartimge C.C. {and the i.h Marti.,
C.C. which resulted iu a win i„i he I uu
t i by six wicket * I.l id lin tun
Brush of fiiclei V .iley rendered i . nn
|« bis »ldt with lu.» ictftl.nl ibly ), v - in,

while Mr Sapervilie of the! Diego Martin C.C,
was especially successful a* a wicket keeper.
The cricket was altogether good and with
proper accomodation for visitors in the way of
restaurants, etc., n.—., _3 interesting game
would take place here.
The Cemetery. —The cemetery is in a
most disgraceful state and certainly retlects
most discreditably on those under whose care
it has been placed. To a stranger visiting the
district it would appear that, from the down downbroken
broken downbroken graves and the very high grass growing,
the death rate must either be very low or that
the cemetery has been entirely abandoned.
Regatta. —Arrangements will soon, it is
stated, be commenced for the holding of the
annual regatta in April next year. Mr. J. J.
Beard, the prime (mover, will, it is hoped,
receive the liberal (support of the gentlemen
interested in the district, the same as wa» ex extended
tended extended on the last occasion.
KOOLhIbIASTIOAL NEWS.
The Very Kev Father Humbert
Donegftp, will celebrate » Msgs
tc-n orro# morning; LJ Notre Dwne
de Laveniiile Chutoh oa tbo new
Marb'e > it;,r

081 rUARY.
It is with tbe de-peat regret that
we have to reor*d tbe death of Mra
Bleharils. widow of tbe late Rev, S
I* B Bicherd, —which gal event took
pkos on F idav afternoon The de deepened
epened deepened lariv who we? a neugbUr of
tho late Dr, Thomas Mu-rar, w*.6
tnnoh and deeatvedly csietmed by
All aecdon of the oommumiy, boib
on acocunt of her own kindly and
generona spirit and her many unoe unoeter,u>louß
ter,u>louß unoeter,u>louß aotg of kindness and aaeie aaeielanoe
lanoe aaeielanoe to all who were in diatrees, and
in Horrowful remembranoe of her late
hoaband—the mt-mory of whose life
and deeds will remain green in tbe
hearts of all who knew him.
The fonera. look place from her
lafir residence, Corner of Pembroke
and Do he Htreetfl, to Ti initv Cathe Cathedri»i
dri»i Cathedri»i 'bo oQioiating o'ergy bsiog Tbe
Very Rev. Dean Enailh and Revs
J. II N. Koigbii and II Melville
Rev. E J Holt presided at she O'gan,
ihe full choir haviog been in atien atiendaroe.
daroe. atiendaroe. The bearers were: the Hon.
A Warner, Dr. 0 F Knox, Mosara P
McKenzie, M P tee®, H J ( »d*z and
ti II Wdaon. The attendance was
both large and respectable,

FURQPtAN NLWii & FXIRACIb.
Kiddino Towns Os Ph ts— For
iisvoial mimhj oxperiinants have
been o.w’uot«.l at ’Uxasri, iu 3«diniu.
by D- F.'tml I),- Otwj’-Rjoo*. a d D-.
Tjumhsu, far tha pn p,u of rbidirg tb*t
town of the of mTeqiiifcee with
which it i* iivurtuu Th« d ot-rra
aniiy i’ogtro. e l ‘.ho futvin by dlrtribatirg
ft**t qaanti'ies of potroieum ia the
swsmp* »o.J olbrn - spots where the
itineotg bre »nd the moequitcet were
exterminated by chlo ine and other
poweifnl destructive chemlosls. The doc doctors
tors doctors fn their reports consider it pc ssiole
to free any town infected with moa moaquitoeH
quitoeH moaquitoeH by this meant, prosided It Is not
too ucfavourably situated.
On Drowning —The teatiinony of wii>
* e«*es to drowning on various coca si l>s
need* to bo collected befiro it can be
stated 68 the usual fact that thorn is a
t Ling to the surface threo times, Lhn
human body in life, or wbb D o 10->re
i iUtud naturally float*. a« iv. 'j o; e
knows who hx* learnt to swim, or even
to keep hie month shove the surface of
water, and one to beep ilia mnuth above
the surfxoti cf the «?afo ; sod ono to
wb'm this discovery hay ocma can floats
face up without moving hand or foot
But how soon a frightened victim of
aooi 'er.t o*ll gulp or ough « ater to drive
the air out of his lunge is auorher qurs-
Mor, T T ndoudtedly, it has bee. me * tra tradition
dition tradition evoryu hero that tbo drowning rise
th«s« time*, and every reporter of an iu iu<
< iu< i ’.ent or every teller thinks he must give
(uiioe to his tale by talking of “ rieiug the
tblr.l and !a*t time, at which critie the
eseutirl* alwavs suppmad to seise and
sate victim.—H litttbew, in ** l'opular
Science Newt “

CITY POLICE COUfiT.
(Bit re Mr H P Hoiison 4 J,P.)
Yesterday.
DISTURBING TUB PEACH.
James Mclntosh, John Joseph, Edward
Davis, James Antoine and Nicholas llemme*
were charged by Lance Corporal Hinds, with
disturbing the peace on Irnlay night last at
Upper l'rince street. I'be first, second and
fourth dc lend ants were fined Os or 7 days, and
the others who were alleged to have been the
instigators of the offence, were lined 10*. each
or 7 days.
A RUNAWAY.
An indenturad immigrant of JJrechin
Castle Estate was charged by C asset am asst.
Interpreter of the Immigration Department
on the authority cf the Protector of Im Immigrants,
migrants, Immigrants, with deserting hi. place of indenture
Defendant was ordered to be. returned to the
estate.
SRVKN DAYS KOR A HO.
A lad liy the name of Alfred Clarence was
charged by a gul named Ada barley with the
larceny of a fig valued one farthing, yesterday
morning, The defendant pleaded not guilty
Stating that he had stoten a tig from tin
complainant last week, hut not yesterday
morning A witness was imd who coirobo
■ aterl the complainant’s statement, and the
defendant was sentenced to J days' imprison
mem. r
A COOI. 1 UtrOM&K
J.imrs Nurse was diargeriby Sergeant Ihrek
ol lire- Kml way Department, with travelling
horn >t | iph to Portof Spam without u
)« onlay in>•ruing I wa- .tated lot
1 •ro'Ccuticm that (in- dr cri ..ml on (.ring
deni ted oitcicd to pay ire I.u (lie), hut m
K.llg Ullr.-lr i willy iid W.vC l . . .11l him \ .
cvplan... non w. . Pued 1 he defendant,
who cool) informed the M gistrate th. he
•hit dot Irave a ticket* \i ■ of HL. with the
idiein.ufvc of 7 d«va h.-.j in-. . . (

THE FOlf Os SVAOT GAZETTE bUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2 S b 00.

DIBTIROT COURT.
(Tlifoie Mr Justine BatnM.)
Yesterday
JOOGMBNT SCMMONS.
Tb« R>d Fnbliahlnv an! M-:-04C*i!e
C' i v A ® Wilson—Adj urned ger erady
The K-r’ Publishing a-d
Oi v James k.i.trhet—Adj u;ubu gon goners
ers goners v.
The ) ? PoVisbi. g sod MM crntilo
Co v rhort—Adj'umad genora'lf
The Erl Publishing and Mercantile
Oo v L D FilxWilliam - 2 j ir id
ganeradv,
The K rl Poblisbiog end Mercs- tile
Co r L* r; e-cs G r zx'®*—Ai'jaurred
gc'-erails.
Tb** EiH Pabilgbing ar.d Miroxilile
Go ▼ Edward Greaves —Order for $! per
m nth f m 1 Dsooiaber.
The Eirl Pu lishi. g end Mercan' ile
Go v Fr»mis Spri- ger—No ordu.
G L J-uts v W Soden—Bt*nd over
giuerelly.
Ru h Boerge v Mary Ncrmaudy—No
Order,
Giovanni Ferrari v Q Garry—Post Garry—Postponed
poned Garry—Postponed gera a ly,
K 0 Hands: a.n ( es : gnee) v K 0
Phi'lps—Order for 81 per month Lem
»b« Ist December.
B 0 Henderson v J F MHttacd—No
O ? er.
WOBir sod 0:) v J Pddal-—.Ad Pddal-—.Adjourned
journed Pddal-—.Adjourned generrlly.
W 8 Tsppin v Ghsrles Harcl g~ Order
in terms < f tff *r filed
W 8 Tupfia v H Ghcse—Order for $1
pet ft-iontb,
(’ L Daley Si Co v Frederick Chalmers
—h.ii u;ncd get e ally
j> j N»nc" v OwatMce SiieuEo- Order
fa: S 5 per month from let Jarnary
Mile a Stores LM * Arthur Ms ingot
Order in torms of offer made
MUiern St res L l ,d vW B Oounbs—
Adj urned for feu • weeks
Miders Stores Ltd v Joseph Bjnoe—
Postponed to Saturday nex*.
James Muir v J W Watson—Post Watson—Postpoced
poced Watson—Postpoced generally
John M McLeod v 0 Watson-Post Watson-Postponed
poned Watson-Postponed for 14 d»ye
Antonio de Freitss v Joseph Robinson
—Order In ter-rne c f off r filed
Nft’hisnie! H« re wood v David Sheppard
—Arijaurrad for 14 days
Henry Gave v R .bert Morgan—Maa r s
proved. War-ant to is:no for arrest and
Imprisonment f r 21 ctayß, Warrant sus suspe
pe suspe dew r â–  Ist Decern! er
J M Lend) v Edward Ohaae—Means
proved. V/f.rrant to issue for arrest and
imprisenment for 5iL days, Euspended to
Ist December
Richard A’exacdtr v Jam's Stmble—
N<> Order
W A Gopaul v John J R' ok—Pc«t ok—Pc«t-pO'ed
pO'ed ok—Pc«t-pO'ed to fir Bt Ccur’ in January
Gonzales B-ob v F RtaV i' g—-Order iu
teiron of i ffer filed
GJ MUno v Gbae’es Lynch—Meats
proved. Wairsnt so issue for >rrest and
Impriaonmenn for 21 days Suspended
on pajmei t of|l per mouth from the
lgt December
E M oyer v B Willis Poetpemed tc
Bth Deoi inner
Octets-' t St BiU v D Rreyan---W&:.
rat t to ierue for a rest and imprisar imprisarmeot
meot imprisarmeot for 14 days ijuspeuded to 16:b
Decerab<->:
JA Fle’chrrv J svpfc Ford—Warrant
for arrest ard tmptisonment for 14 days
Suspend*.! to 2tth l. eo-*robe*
JWF a'cbo- v WtUiam Perry Post Postponed
poned Postponed f< - three W' eks
Ell n BuinetC v Henry Hvycea—Order
for payment of bs cash ai A 2 dole per
month afte-wards
AOiIONS-
Franofsan M Gornra v Jceeph Patrice
Jud.u; :t by co-session for plaintiff.
Da .to paid in two instaimeota £. cn
Is December end balateo i< Jacuary
John N. rris v Joseph Ponsaminy—
Judgmcut sot plait tiff Order forpaj forpajito
ito forpajito t ii $5 raon hly fint payment on Ist
Ds«. tnber
L • g s’ii iAGo v Mde 8ou*» Jndg
merit f r p ! aiu v iff lor £1 14* 7. Payab’e
tjr iro.thly instalmente cf |5 fiom let
December.
John Gcuveia v J K Th< rapaon—Judf
ra»nt for plsiniiff for $lO 80-
J hn G rnea v Bury Bums—Judg Bums—Judgment
ment Bums—Judgment for plaintiff for 0s 3d,
Grouty A Go. v Hugh Lyder. Boat Boatpo
po Boatpo »d for 14 d*ys,
Oron«y A G). v R 8 Uedmon. PosU
period for 14 day a.
8 D eyfuß v Bimeon Belgcftve, Judg Judgment
ment Judgment by oenfeasiou for plaintiff for $6.61)
and cost*,
H Mocoe»ux v Jemes Regis Post Postponed
poned Postponed for 14 day*.
Me hat sing v Samu ment Judgment by oonfesiti; n for plsintiff for $lO
and oust*.
C F Corbin v Hun*ley Kictall, Judg Judgment
ment Judgment for 10g and ecsts.
0 F Corbin v G.to. Boi jemin. Jndg Jndgrnont
rnont Jndgrnont f 'r p aiotitf fer 7s. and orste,
INTERPLEADER J , LAIM,
J s jib j Judgment Ored t r, ADsedi 8
Ro«rt Debtor, WillDiu Th mss Glsimsnt
Dlauisrod ai|h ccet *,
The tber ease* t ost ne i fp Fri 'ay
at H o’c'o. k,
BI E'HAL NOTICE,
W* have been asked by numerous
friends and patrons to con inue for one
week more, our special bargain week
sale, â– *> ns to give 'hem a chance for
their Xmas purchases Well, every
one can iorrn an idea wb»t that means
about this time of ihe month, Cash
is a bit short and the bargains ei»
tempting that those so unfortunate to
be a bit, short of meat* turn them
■ k wi h gid regipt #» the chaoce«
hej have lost at-' as ana.uraicvO.
-qnonce (human , .'ure all over)
return au a. k us to .-xiciul our sal
lor one week more. Well it is not
P ') m our part to do so but ss
Xm.a i tiest —»nd as we would like
very oue of our i us cmcis (A’ic/t and
Voor alike! ,0 » M rry A'was
icd a Happy New Ytar, we have
derided t r > do so. On the Loot pxg.
mu will see s small list of tome of
i” offering. D n't forcer you oan
n T Turpentine Varnish, Paints , etc
P Tie 1 ' Derain' Qccrgo de
n » t' o . G Fr-deriok S reel and
' at cu ijrandi ,S|ore*

SALE OF PBOPERTIES
FOB ABB SABS OF liDUSB BATES.
PURSUANT to S.-crion 19 of the P -d-Tjiia H in* T-t OrJlcgnoe I89«j
* Mo Le ! s hereby given ’h** l nadec «n ib; virtue cx warrant f . *aie under tbe
o, ,t . v,, y-i t ; sj ! i:> ta* l‘D th? iSStb l»y of Ootober. 1900tb«
h.u.te paroca Vs land beretuder deeoriba'. will he void by Pub.io Auotiou
bes re :bo
F e r*«e-: :r>e hottr* of o-io and two o’clock p m . unless the am u-;t of House Rates
t-ue ia respect of iu hb o»«* and p*»ce!s of land respectively, tcgvther with ten
per car *. on the smennt of inch rates, snd the co»ta rs and incidental Jo mob sale
be psid to the Tow u CDrk aad Tre*BU'er before the day of sale.
No. Fiiostion. Names. RaTi Don
18 ..Charlotte Street ..ET Pollard .. $l5lOO
24* p. ..ED .s Sacfcos and ethers ... 10 80
’.Clifton Street ..LJean .. 460
1 ..Cliiton Hill Lands ..Samuel A young ... 316
2 .. „ ~ „ ...k Francois .. 450
Ia . .Dett Strc-ot North . .Heirs of Ghas. H Phillips .. 900
8a ~ ~ „ „ ..Mrs Laurence for Bolsdeu .. 160
«A ..Duke Street ..E Arrindeii and ethers .. 460
40 ..do do ..RMcKie 000
61a .. do do ..O M Johnston .. 12 00
20*a ..East Dry River ..WmßAileyoe .. 135
61b .. do do ...Heirs of A Lawrence 270
69 ~ do do Rose Charles .. 225
67* .. do do ...J Guide 270
67rt .. do do ~G Duncan ~ 460
28a , .Gecrgo Street . .L 8 Radix, II P Se r viHo and F R
Se.yilie .. 15 00
13a ..Nc'son Street! ..J J Regis ~, 9fO
6a ..Pro PiotonStreet ...J seph Oliver .. 86j
6a ~Prince Week ~M Aaron and otbe>B ~ 180
12 ~ do do ...R Richardson ... 4 60
20a .. do do ...A Baptiste snd others .. I 9 60
12 ...R;*c Hill ..FL'tg 0 30
4b , ,3t Jatnee Street ..K M Soyer (Sm'th’a lard) .. 10 80
3a ..81 Joseph 3ad .. \ Dube ry ~ 675
lit* .. do do ..M G Vaiorquez 90
Ja ..T)wn Gjun.il Btrtel ~H Anestan ~ 750
4 ..Viet-iia Etreel ..MO Riven ~ 8 00
5 ..Woodford do ~Susanna Christopher .. 9 00
26 .. do do ..George fiufgina .. 1 80
SUBURBS SUBURBS-8
-8 SUBURBS-8 , .Belle E»n Roa 22a ..Balmont Valle; Riad ~LR Ferdinand .. 90
6 ..Laveniiile Road ..ARaddook 108
JOSEPH ARNO D AMY,
Town Clerk an Treasurer.

WON AT THE BICYCLE
DRAWING 3 .
Mb J K R o m No, 44 of No. 1 3!ub,
and Mvster Gordon Ley ie Nc. 103 of No.
2 G’ub were ihe ! urky winrere at yester yesterday’s
day’s yesterday’s bicycle dr* wh gs. All other mem members
bers members will pletme [>'ȴ up.
Onr watoh Club will bo closed now
within a few d-yr. Hurry up to secure
your place. Only afi the Cosmopolitan,
28, Qo»en Bt.—Advt,
EVERYTHING HAB IT’.S BIGHT
PLACE."
Join| the Polytechnic Watch Qlub
in the hands of reliable Jewellers.
Twenty-four months guarantee, watch
adjasted free of cost a* any time by
paying Is. per week for thirty weeks.
A Gent’a Keyless beautifully cased
Silver Watch, bail marked, oan be
obtained, drtwieg weekly the luoky
winner each week ceases lo pay. The
choice of a better is allowable by
paying the difference only at the
Poiytecbnis Com. Asstn. Ltd.
J N JONES,
Manager.
Brunswick Equate,
Opposite Tramway Siding.
FOR TUESDAY NEXT OUR
BARGAIN DAY.
On next tvo place tha follow following
ing following upon the Bargd>. Counter,
Ladies Loathe.- Hand B:-ga 3i for 2g-
Gent* Paacri a* dd f'r 2g 0 ),
o*B Lamps 10s fsr 6*.
Foot Pumps 400 each.
Regime't Sing’e Tube Tiros $1,60,
Only a’ Tho Ocsm polit.n, 2 U , Queen
St—Acvt.
•enioedaoid oqi 20)
K«o ia eiDAV —eoiujxudcnt )anoca
-Bi«d JO SI dU) Biqt pas ‘8 jo
dn ap«oa sj ojirj -ssosao dsqspjsq
xoWOiil |i(|d ‘adddsq qtsep pjQOqy
—Uuißse ( q d|qst(ida u st 'pjej
tgoasjj ajßjqaaq eqt at Aoj{Od
« Jq pjprqyu aojioojord oqt uao
us qons ox Mcuooai pas juacaiO|tl
-cat jj sajj aueacu ji Jiqtssod Jje \
—ludpioos joj paijooiUQ jo 883n(|t
Jq)3aa[ « Jq aaijiiDdio aaqat „ Asp
Aiijdi,, nqi ioj b«B|(,p tAuj c Jq ffa(t
-;nd f-toae-kd sjtnjodj pi 41 tn!( eaoqM
SilOSJdd JJ Uj|,[B.)d oq) HSq|4oßßp
1 h J| q 'ffaiqssds £j9A|i« ’NMOa HdlridQ
FORETHOUGHT.
Over three tho nr and six hundred
(3,000) claims have be'in paid in
Trinidad by tho Sunbe’.m B3nefi l >
Hcoirty Limited.
Tho rssnlt of for*" hr-ueb' 1 Is op
P’>e v .t Those who Lave not taken
adv*.n age rs *ucb prolf ntion should
oonMiit the Srciflty's tsbie of rates
Person'? resi ling in anv part of the
leland who m ro iryi'ed to write for ‘he FcoletyV
prnvpeo'os,
Agen-s are required In dhtriets st
'rrgeni unrepresented,
THDFE SURE CURBS.
Do you suffer from (ffrolions
nf ihe henrl ?
Is yen* liver ir-rp'd ?
/ r«s you a vie’m lo rhtrmatianc?
I« your bhod ont ts or- et ? D so
terns mber the nsivcltpUH s fit itoy of
Mnnyon's enre r —•;» tr-pa's'e r tti'dy
lor each <*ivea —O Jfr ; frem
WUnttwP, Ilattiy Bt Aiivl,

GRAND CONOKH T.
TO BK GIVEN BV
The Bjndma Minstrel Company,
rN
Friday, 30th Novr,, 1900.
AT IBS
PRliftCE’d BUILDING.
Prog rs mm a :
1, Valee—Bank of Mississippi. Excel
[Biot” String Band
f H.M,Coy,. .Sopra .Soprano,
no, .Soprano, Misses Smith,
Julian A McColm,
2
and Barker Baes
' Lone Gordon and
Griffith.
8. V*lae—Nicolas R tando... : Band
4. Lancers—Duka cf Fife .Bard
6. P*.i jo Solo M;- W Lsbotde
6. Polka—La Portrgv! ....Band
7. Valse—E! M r ch6 Band
8. Song and On rue H M Oov Oov-9.
9. Oov-9. Lancers —Hcnnanght Band
10. D*tza~Lft Ciiolla Bam’
Intermission
!. Valeo—Dancing Giri .....Band
2, Song eU'l Obo‘. a H M Coy,
3, Lst csro Varsity Band
4, Vulfa - B'irst Kiss Band
6. OcmioSon* : Mr Long
0, Polke—Bonne Bonche Band
7. Comic Song—Mr Noel—Tha advenf advenf[ure
[ure advenf[ure nf « dry goods olerk in Margarita
8. Valse—H-Jiotrophe Band
9. Sot g ana Chorus H M.Ooy
10 D.vnzv ....Bouquet de Roses
Intermission
I. Volte - Despodida Band
2- Comic Song Mr Laborde
3* Lancftre—Patience Baud
4' O. mic Reading Mr Parkinson
6 Va'se...Migdaleoa Band
6. Song—Arabs Farewell.,. .Mr Gl&aoow
7* Valte—Tresjclie Band
8. Ocmio Song— Mr GordcD
9. Yslse re L»s Oise ..BaDrt
0. Galop— Quick step. Baud
“ God Save the Queen”
A. BLACKMAN.
Secretary.
D. HYNDMAN,
Director.
Rbmarks—The whole will bo socoin*
panied on the Ha’-p ami Guitar by
Hyadm«n end Parrel'. Tickets will n< t
be sold at? be door on the night of the
Corcett
AUCTION SALE
FOB
Tuefday, 27th Novr., 1900,
AT
NO. 2, ST, VINCENT STREET.
T7AVOURKD with instructions received
* ibo uc.cierelgced will .'tier for sale
the lollt wing Household Furniture and
< ffeots. property of a rentlrruan leaving
the isUnd visßentwood Chairs, Easy
Chairs Pat »tar,d, C*rd Tables. What*,
note, Hose, Keekers Marble Top Tables,
Bsmb.o Fl-wer Staiidr, Ride Board,
1 HANDSOME COTTAGE PIANO
(STRONG & SONS)—in vt ry good oon oon•*itf
•*itf oon•*itf r . Plano Btor', Iron Bedstea V,
Tciloi Tabic, Towel Ruck etc, and fer
other Interests.
1 Leudeau & 2 Bread Vans.
BALK AT l PM.
Termt Cash Before Delivery
BRED, LM 8' OTT,
Auctioneer.
No. 2 S) Vlnoo t Street,
21»t Novembe», Ib(X),
WIFE NOTICeT
‘I" HE public is hereby notifieel that I
will n tbe respo i«ib| e f-*r any debt
or debts oont; acted hr my wife Angelin-*
Mafous de Pro Das, sho having left mv
h,.u*e at.d protection since three month*
ago.
JACINTH!) Di FRHITAtJ

OUR
BOOT & SHOE
DEPARTMENT,
ooo
Sk’sini lad its Tennis Stuns
From 2/ to 3 dollars.
Chinese Straw Slippers at 200 and 240
Carpet Slippers at 3Go and 48c.
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Floral Slippers at 18,20 and 24c.
Gent’s and Ladies’ Tan Slippers at 600 and 720
Gent’s and Ladies’ Venezuelan Alpargatas
GENT’S FINE GLACE TAN E.S. BOOTS
GENT'S HEAVY DERBY LACE BOOTS,
Gent's Heavy Balmoral BOOTS.
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Lace Boots, round toes
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Lace Boots, needle toes
Gent's Heavy Leather Tap Sole American Laoe Boots,
round toes.
Gent’s Fine Glace Kid Pump Soles, American Boots (Laos
and F. S.)
Gent’s Fine Box Cnlx American Laoe Boots, round toeß
Gent’s White Buckskin Tennis Boots, Gent’s Tan Tennis
Boots—good quality.
SEE OUR YOUTH S—IRON DUKE
Americas Lice Seels.
LADIES)’ WHITE SATIS COURT SHOES.
Ladies White Kid Strap 8ho?s, beaded toes and bows
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Family Boots
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Glace Kid and Oloth Top I*oß
Boots
Ladies Lasting and Glaoe Button Boots
Ladios Fine Glace Kid Button Boots, stitched forepart
Ladies Heavy Calf and Grain Laoe Boots,
SOWING MAOHINSS
$6 to sls,
Gent's Fine Glace Kid Lace and E 8 Shoes
Gent’s Fine White Buckskin Laoe Shoes
Men’s Single and Double Sole Army Bluohers from $1.20
to 10/,
B»own, Black and White Boot Polish)
Busso-Combination Cream for Tan Boots .
Eureka Combination Cream'f< r Box Calf, Bed and
Leather
CANISTERS & TRUNKS
In all sizes,
GENT’S WATFRPHOOF OVERCOATB
From $3,60 to $lO eaoh,
sfto* or mi si# B '
BOOT & SHOE LACIES from 2c to 6c per
Michael P. Mmfl« rd
EL POPULAB,
Corner of King and Fiedorick btre®t»i



STEPHENS AND SCOTT
FOB THE
LATEST STYLES IN EVERY THING, NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES
GO TO THE STORES.
In Groceries—Everything fresh and nice. '
In Ladles Fancy lliv newest ®f every -hlng from London, Paris the 5 oiktinout and ,* morlcn*
In the Gents Department—The most up-to-date Ties, Collars, Shirts, and everything for men.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Has a complete stock of the ohoioest and exolusive designs in
Tweeds, Coatings, Serges and Fancy Cloths.
We guarantee a fit and style unequalled here, while oar prioes are the lowest.
BOOTS & SHOES for ladies and gentlemen, all makes,’shapes and qualitips at all prices. Some extra chic Ladies Walking and Evening Shoes. MF.N'B HATS—l«ts of new stylos in Felt, Straw, etc. Some wirv smart
new shapes. A visit of inspection solioited. 7
Stephens & Seott—The Stores

Marble Tombstones
Artistic Monurmnts,
Made in Italy, by skilled Sculptor, For sale and made to
order. All partionlars, and three splendid specimens, oan be
seen at our office and show rooms.
M. J“. TA.TTPPL 00,
Corner of King and Charlotte Streets.
THE ORINOCO
Shipping and Tiding 00,, Ltd.,
58, KING BTRBBT, PORT-OK-BPAIN, TRINIDAD,
156, FBNOHUBCa »RTKKT LONDON, 8.0. j
g , niOBA TT „„ BTEAMTSS
IAOABBO LINS. | UP RIVKB BTEAMEBB.
B, S Bomvab 8, g. Ajpohb.
* 5 5f A »»«A*M | p. 3, Goanabb.
3.5. Dbma , p. <3, Mabpabho,
Twßak Gaslob ! F. a. Bocobbo
a. % Hbbob,
F, 3. Mobqanito.
llg !
Ha tha* >, ami to and from Tobaco by the
Br' "JtMwnwe* " nmier Government fl'-} ot >w Tiny Miaila and Ptvunngors
and Family Ti kufa ia»aed fc u <■ rou • i trip at special rates (maalo
i . OOaMned aeivioe by the 3: '■ “Vonoelar ’ an ! 3,8, “Bolivar 1
BoU n *' uan **' Humana, M*u « i4a (F rlimar), Oarnpano, Trinidad.
Bchata Iwaed between La Gu- ’ a, P -i-of-Spain and Intermediate
wmoo points on the Upper Orinoco ser.< olp tb-' Company’. Ote.unArs,
iu n™ 00 *° !**” of IreSyht between Chi; 1 -lo’Sro • and FGurjpe, end between
Y*'** the (ntoimedlate porta on th« ir all ft .! H drops.
«cd all lnlonaa'icu » k the Company's Qhlef Q flea
q Km o-Telesfrßuhia Address.
•• #. ..No. 88 { L' sVt
K,. 08 " 121 j THnldad
•• •• 166 V * MMf,tAMO \ Oerswaa
JR 1 * Pci No fO. I Vw . Yolk

TO AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS.
T HAVE jaat received one of the latest
1 in small Cameras wbioh 1 will sell at a
Bmall margin above ,cost so as to intro introdace
dace introdace this special and reliable machine in
this Colony. It Is the only maohine now
used by tourists In the United States and
Oanada. You can call at my Pharmaey
to have a look at same
PETEB ARTHUR BAMIEY.
n
Toys, Xmas Toys
OOO ■——» •
great reduction IN TOYS!
ItlL Toys for Christmas Trees, Distribution of
Bazaars should oall at tho Victoria, 13 Frederick
Street, before goiDg to any other Btore,
■ Otnr »
*^*®4 «ach ” «h* 8(1 J°y« Roina for Is each ; all our Is ard 1/6 Toys aoing
• «u our 6d and 74d Toys aoing fer 3d each ; all our 3d and
I . *d Toys goiDg for 2o each,
| assortment of Furniture just arrived
1* —at— —at-1
-1 —at-1 & Co,, I’he Victoria, fto. 13, Frederick Street

THE FOBT Off SPAIN GAZETTE, SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25. 1900.

Notice to Smokers
i
>' «5r9C ,1" -4. . f
Depbsito de Tabacos y Cigarrillos de Todns Classes
MARINE BQIMRF, NO- 2,
Stock on hand of tha Cigars Rt the following
Pricsie to d«fy competition.
Governora by box of 50...59 00 pr 100 <’nn< lelas by box of 50... 400 pr 100
Relrm Victoria ~ 50.. 670 „ Reniua ... , /Q .. 400
Londrea ~ 50... 624 , You- g ,. 5j... 350
bouquet „ 25... 600 , f:e< dapper... 50... 250 ”
Conchaa Eope- I
dele* ... „ 50... 480 „ J
“ The proof of the pudding le h > oa* i g thereof,” bo puiohaaera are
strongly advised to give our select fio k m ml before spending their naonev
elsewhere.
“ SMOKING IS Bi LIEViNG.”
Ath. Fortier.

Etteamf-r*' Movement *.
SO JiiMSEiWKa WEST.NDIBH*
MAILD ENSI,
Tkt Ck.iswf.ss Oompu** LU,—Agent' i
j>ULNB MAURITB—Tha Dutch Mull
1 8 earner 'â–  Prlua Maurita" la due hen
from Venezuelan poets on or about the 35th
November 1900 proceeding afterwards to
Demerara, Patamaribo Havre and Amstor”
dam taking oargo passengers and malls,
ORANJB N \B3AU -The Dntob Mai)
Steamer “ Oranja Nansau" is due here
from Amsterdam via Paramaribo and Deme Demersra,
rsra, Demersra, on or about the 36th November 1900
proceeding afterwards to Gatupano Uumana
Quanta, La Gutyra, Puerto Oabello, Cura Curaoao.
oao. Curaoao. Jaome’, Aux Oayea, Port au Prlnei and
New York taking oargo, passengers and
mails.
JEANNE— Tha Dutch Mall Chartered
Steamer Jeanne" is due here from
Amsterdam via Paramaribo and Demerara
on or about the 10th Deoember, 1900, pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding afterwards to Carupano, Cumana
Uuanata LaQuaira, Pto, Oabello, Oursgao
Jaomel, Aux Oayes, Pott au Prtuoe and
New York, taking oargo, passengers, aud
malls.
I>RINB WILLEM IV—The Dutoh Mai
X Steamer •• Pclns Willem IV” la duel
here ,r om Venezuelan Ports on or about
the 13th December, 1900, prooeedlug after afterwards
wards afterwards to Demerara, Paramaribo, Havre and
Amsterdam taking oargo passengers and
malls.
PRINB WILLEM 111-The Dutch Mail
Steamer •• Prlna Willem III" is due
here from Amsterdam via Paramaribo, and
Demerara on or about the 36tb Deoember
1800 proceeding afterwards to Gatupano,
Oumana, Quanta, La Quayra, Pnerto
Oabello, Uuraoao. Jaomel, Aux Oayes, Port
au PrlDoe aud New York taking oargo pat pateeugets
eeugets pateeugets and mails.
PRINB WILLEM II -Tha Dutoh Mall
Steamer *• Prlns Willem 11" is due
here from Voneiualau Ports on or about the
37th Dooember 1900, prooeedlug afterwards
(o Demerara, Paramaribo Havre and Am Amsterdam
sterdam Amsterdam taklug oarvo, passengers and malls,
TUINIDID LINE OB' STEAMERS
Trmidad Shippiiv; GRENADA— The 8 S "Grcued*” of the
Trinidad Lino will leave for New York
on the 17th November and is due here 35tb
November 1900
MARAVAL— The s.s “ Maraval” of the
Trinidad Line will leave New York on
Saturday the 34th November 1900 and Is
due here via Grenada on Tuesday 4tb
Deoember' 1900
COMPAQNiE GENERAL TB’.NSAT
L ANTIQUE.
0 Leotaud it ?on
f AN IDA—The French Mall Steamer
* / •• Canada," Is du-- here from Veneauelan
ports on the 30th November, proceeding
aftewarde to M trtln'qu-, Ban
taudar, Bordeaux aud Havre, taking pa-sen
gets, malls and cargo.
THE ROYAL BTEAM PACKET CO.
F S Scoff it Son—Agent
I.'LEN. Tho RMS ‘ KJoi,' will leave on
A* 28-b November for Tobag . *r .1 La
Uuaita taking cargo paassugsrs aud mans.

4/DEN. The RMS * Eden ’ will leave on
6‘,b December for Southampton
(‘ Trent’ homeward from Barbados) and
other West India Islands, Demerara Suri Surinam
nam Surinam Colon eto. taking cargo, passengers and
mails.
FREDERICK LKYLaND & CO. (1900’
LIMITED WEST INuIA A t-’AOIFIt
BRANCH.
New "ato'tial C ompany Limited - Agents
BERNARD Hall—The e.s ' Bernard
Hall’ is dus hare from 'ilyerpool via
Barbados on or about the Uth Deoembr
1900 proceeding afterwards to LaQuajru,
Pto Oabello; Curacao; Savaull.'a and Carl
thageaa taklug oargo passengers and malls.
SARGASSO— The London Dlreot Line
steamer 'Sargasso' 11 due due here
from London via Barbados on or about tho
Ist Deoember 1900 prooeedlug afterwards to
Demerara Berbloo and Surinam taking
cargo passengers and mails.
C’t LONIAL BANK EX UVNGB
MLUNCr BATHS fcCKM y
Unfit
W Jays .. 4.P3p«r£’oo
80 ii .. 4.85 do
I, ... 4.1*7 Jo
8 18b do
PARIS
Draft*
30 day* ... ft** 617 per rg
" -*> u 5.15 So.
®jj u «* 5.13 do.
3 „ ~ „ 6,11 d© (
De-nf.ni on Lhy’s Ro per £ r,r p»rt,
No v V oik Rato it Ex h ,ngo 1 . /o prut*.
Ktamp fo;i 11 tea ’ldo,* in ever- case-
Port it Spain—l 3 h Norr, 19H3-
a , lisieili^nce.
ARRIVALS.
21th Novr.
PR IN 8 M4URITS, Dutch stammer,
Nuina. 1174 tons, 12 hrs, ‘ arupano
—4O tons general cargo and 2S
deckers—New Col Coy Ltd.
CEYLON, Italian b(ue, Cucee, 49G
tons, 40 days, Cardiff—GijO tons
patent fuel and 50 tons lime—J. T,
Ilamlyn
DEPARTURES.
24th Novr.
JOSEFITA, Ven sloop, Rodriguez,
4 1 tons, Gnirie sundry pkgs mdze
and 10 dkrs
OARMELIT ', Ven sloop, Larson, 12
tons, Ouiria —sundry pkgs mdze
and 2 dkrs
CLO'ING OF MAILS.
M i’a f-r Tt>»RO, Greoadr, ft
Vino-nt, Barbadc?, 8f Lnoia Doie Doiet'
t' Doiet' ira, Mn t'orra 1 , Antigu*, B‘. Kll'p,
B**rmod* and £►. Jobn’a by Ihe
Oc'imo will bo ol >«ed on Monday tho
2R b a* 3 t’elrok, pm, f.rro oely.
' e'o»f« M 2,}) pm
bUih lor Lurupuuo, Cumana,

Guan a, LaGuayra, Puerto Cabello,
Curacao and New York by the ss
Orange Nassau will be closed on Mou Mouday
day Mouday 26th instant at 2.30 pin ficgis ficgistration
tration ficgistration closes at 2.
TO-DAY’S FIXTURES.
24th Sunday after Trinity
Harvest Festval, at St, Oswald’s,
Caroni.
MOND’Y.
Supreme Court 10.30 a m
Legislative Counoii 12 noon
Almanack this D»y.
HIGH WAT SB,
Port of Spain Morn f1.’0.. Aft 627 p.re.
Son rhea .. 6 <‘B r ra
Sun sets .. .. 6S' p.m
Moon seta .. .. 8 41 p,m
MONDAY.
Port of Spsin Morn 6 47,,4ft 7 C 6 p.to
Sun rises ... .. fl 04 a in
Sunsets ... .. 6,32 pm
Moon sota .. ~ ss.i p, m
THE ICE HOuFe WuH^
Menu
Freeh Oysters
Tomato Soup
Fish Cutlets
Salt Fish -Twice Laid
Beef and Kidney Fie
Mutton k tew
Ox Tongue and Macedoin
Mutton Cutlets and Peas
Mutton Chops
Vent Cutlets
I'.ik Chop*
Sirloin Pteak
Rump Steak
Roast Pork and Mint Sauce
Pepper Pot
Jams, f heese Fruit Coffee
Strawberry Creams, (e.vtra)
The GAZKrri!:
POR''.OK-hPAIN
SUNDAY 25nr NOVR 1900
THE COURT OF APPEAL AND
ITS PREVIOUS DE'MONS
Ouu Correspondent “ Sol ” has
thrown an interesting light upon the
judgment of the Chief Justice iu the
case of Park McFaddyen & Co vs Mc-
Osll it Co and others, commented on
by us a few days ago- It is very
possible that the true ground of llis
Honour’s decision as suggested by our
corsespondent was that the Plaintiffs
were estopped by the judgment iu the
previous case of Lynch A Co v Mc-
Call & Co in which the Court ot
Appeal had hold that un entry n tho
Decree Book of Tobago based upon u
confession of the defendants consti constituted
tuted constituted a valid judgment. But the
tenour of His Honour's carefully
worded judgment renders it somewhat
difficult to accept this view. No
where is it stated that His Honour’s
minute examination of the facts of the
previous case was undertaken for the
purpose of ascertaining whether the
matter in dispute had been already
adjudicated upon by a competent,
court ; but the facts were dealt with
at length for the purpose of showing
that the Appeal C o urt of 1900 would
have decided otherwise if it hod been
in the place i I tli - Appeal Court of
' ibvO. Again, from the summary ot tire

pleadings given at the commencement
of the judgment, and from our recol recollection
lection recollection of the arguments of counsel we
take it that tho pita o*' re* judicata
wa* never raised. The application of
the doctrine of ret judicata would
not only have precluded the Court
from discussing tho merits of the case
as it did, but would more especially
have prevented the plaintiffs from
doing so; whereas both at the trial
before Mr. Justice Nathan and before
the Appeal Court, the merits were
very fully entered into by both sides.
We very much regrei. that our
correspondent should ha io allowed
himself to .be startled by our state,
meats that tho Privy Couucil con considers
siders considers itself free to disregard its pre previous
vious previous decisions, and m “not infre
quently influenced by political con considerations,”
siderations,” considerations,” lie j asks why the
P. U should bo so influenced any
more than tho House of Lords or
other .Courts. The reason may bo
that the P, C is u differently con constituted
stituted constituted body from an English Court
ol Justice, und .dealing with a differ
cut class of cases. The fuuction of
the House ot Lords, in its judical
capacity, and ot all English Courts
is to administer the laws of Englaud
us they are the main functions of the
Privy Council to administer justice
among the immense variety of races
outside of tho British Island! with
m oor less imperfect, or ill under unders
s unders od laws and customs under the
rniinion of the crown. As is well
..nowii, the l’rivy Couucil sometimes
finds itself compelled to make the law
in many matters submitted for its
decision And perhaps ibe sugges suggestion
tion suggestion that the House of Lords excludes
political considerations from its judi judical
cal judical decisions, is not wholly warranted.
We have in tn'nd O’Connell’s case,
whore the three whig Lords gave a
decisiou favourable to the whig
cause, the two Tory Lords vigorously
i issenting.
At a meeting of the Central Hoad
Board held on Frida/ last there was
introduced by Mr Patterson, the Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the lit. -Ann's Board, a resolu resolulion
lion resolulion to the effect that his Board should
be authorized to take over the El Bo
coro private road (Sun Juan) lbr the
purpose of converting it into a public
local road ; aud the views expressed
on the subject by tho lion, the Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General seem to 1h; deserving of
some special notice, Mi Nathan ap
pears not only to have confoun 'ed two
entirely uitierent seta of circumstauces
with the not infrequent result that
his illustration was a most uufortuuate
one;; but later on, by an admission
made iu another matter, went very
near to contradicting himself. Os
course the question of the Attorney
General as to how the cost of the
acquisition of the new road was to be
met was quite reasonable; and soper soper|
| soper| haps, in a lesser degree, was the
j in»iHy of tho General Manager of the
> Railway as to whether one of tin tinresults
results tinresults of this pabiio boou would not
be that his Department would have
In assume f e responsibility of keep keepi,..*
i,..* keepi,..* I’m- '*>s at the level ciossiug
cm ILL ivui But Mi Nalhau,

having been assured that the propri proprietors
etors proprietors of the El Bocoro Estats had
consented to make a free gift of the
road to the Board, aud that the only
expense to be incurred by the
latter would be in order to open
a carriage toad of 6,000 feet
aud to form it, proceeded to raise a
most original objection to granting
the. Board the leave it sought, Mr
Nathan said that
When a person sold his land to make a
village, he ought to form a road as part of the
natural cost ol turning an abandoned canc cancpiece
piece cancpiece into a T0wn....... There was a very
uice estate over there, belonging to the Messrs
Seigert, Well he did not think they called
upon the Government or the Commissioners
to make roads for them | they made their
mails themselves, and then when they were
ready, said “ There are the roads made, take
them 0ver.”,,.,., A sum of money represented
by selling off all there lots went to the land landlord
lord landlord and he did not see that the Road Board
should supply roads,,
We quite agne wt'h the Attorney
General that if a man owns an aban abandoned
doned abandoned auger estate wh.ch he wishes,
to convert into a Town, and if it is
necessary Ur a road to exist before
he ian do sj, it is assuredly his own
business to make the road at las own
expense. But Mr NathaUjCan hardly
expect anyone to believe that he sup supposed
posed supposed tins to te the case at El Socoru.
It was stated by Mr Fattersou that a
very numerously sigutd petition,
from the small proprietors all along
both sides of the proposed road, who
had already purchased th« lands, had
been sent to him asking for the road.
These people having purchased, aud
being now liable to the Goverument
lor land-tax as well as house-tax in
respect of property in wh cb the El
Soeoro authorities have no longer any
in rest, it surely cannot be open to
be argued, with any pretence of jus justioe,
tioe, justioe, that the estate should lie called
upon to go to the expense of making
the road When theae people pur purchased
chased purchased they were granted a right of
way along the existing Estate road.
Now, with u common generosity tha
estate autlorities are ready
to make a /,e» yi/i to tha
public of the said road ; and
the government, (while uot forgetting
to levy a laud and house tax upon
every holding 1, nevertheless turn
round aud inform the giver that they
will not accept his gift of 6,000 Let
of road unless he spends upon it some
portion of the monies he ruoeived trout
tho sule of the adjacent lands U U
very well for the Attorney-General
to allude iu a delightfully indefinite
style to “ how it was in the mother
country ” but it is not yet a week
since the hon. gentleman occupied
seveial lours iu trying to convince
the full court how different waa 'ha
state of affairs in Triuidad to what
prevailed in England. With regard
to Mr Nathan’s allusion to Wood brook
his illustration waa no leas unhappy
and inaccuiate than usual Aa waa
promptly remarked by Mr Patterson
the great and fundamental difference
between the two cases lies in the
fact 'hat at the El >oc«ro village, the
revenues of rates and taxet now all go
to the Colonial Treasury and benelU
tho estate uot one f-rtlung; whereat
(OONTUUID 04J Ftfig |

7



8

STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE 00!.
Eitablfihad 1836,
Head Office Edinburgh. Scotland
AnmmlJtnmuu .. • * .« .• •* £
EZzßMti 9,000,000
Cimm Faid uoto.l ~ ~ <> .« »» 19,000,000
Jhiitmc AmerttHcu .. ... .. • ■ 34,621,038
RATE. ABSOLUTE SECURITY.
Ãœbtnd Sonender values altar Tbr&a Yecra,
LOANS ADVANCED on security of Poiloiee no Co 90 par cent, of the j«ur*
render raise, at S per cent- Interest
IMMEDIATE KKDUQTION tc home iatai during viflfe* to Europe and other
temperate climates.
PROPOSALS ACCSPYKD and Poliolee leaned In the Weet Indie* without
eferenoe to Head Office.
CLAIMS PAID immediately on proof of death and fettle and settlement made
any of the Company's Agendee.
POLICIES on which age ia admitted are onchailengeeide after Two Years.
07 SATES mid ail information may be obtained on application at
the Oflioe of the Ocsupany, Comer of Oh so an Street and Ma*in« Square ¥<**• of-
Spain.
offlc« Hevri i Fr«m 10 to 4. Saturdays 10 to 12.
Q. BRUCE AUSTIN,
Genera! Agent and Inapeotor
Heat —Brary yaar dnoe 1866 the New Busineea bsa exceeded iiI.OCO.QOO, a result
maintained uninterruptedly for no long a pericd by no other offioot In the
the United KJnjrdora. Lest y**r for the first time on record the New Uu*lne*»
Deeded A5.000.000.
LA INTLGRIDAD
CIGARS AND CIGARETTES FACTOR!
Elaborated with Tobacco Imported Expressly from
Habena & Venezuela.
Our oigarSi made with Caripe and Guanaguana tobacco, are
EXCELLENT AND OHUPH
We guarantee our Cigarettes to be the best in the island,
made of P*ABANA tobacco, at the very lowest price possible.
—Our motto ia GOOD AND GHhlAPll Tby them to
BK SUBE OP IT !i!
Prices •
CIGARS "BENORITA3" ~ ‘per ICO ... 8 ehlllings
do â– ' EBPEOIALRB do ... 10 do
do “ ELEGANTKQ” do ... 12 do
do " VIOTOBIAS’ oo ... 1G do
CIGARETTES. a dozen packages ... 3 shillings.
Each Package Contains 18 Ciguretteß.
WHOLFSALEiDISCOUNT IN PROPORTION
Forl-of«Bpaln, Iriaidad, let Beptembar, 1900
Almond Waik, No. I D.
RAMIKEZ * MONTHS db OCA.
The Latent Talking lachme
K3DCX
THE ZON O-PHONE.
Thß keientific American
thinks it the moan power powerfal
fal powerfal Machine of the kind,
For price and Storms

S Dreyfus,
OPTICIAN,
28b FREDERICK bIRBET,
COR Preablopia, Myopia and Astigma-.
1 tl«m In gold, gold fil'el and
Alnmiuioo frame* Examination of tight
free.
BEPKHKNCBB{
Porto Spain—Trinidad B.W-I.
October loth 1900,
I certify that Mr Ureyfua ha* fitted
rnyfaya* for a«Ugiutinm and ha* given
me entire aatl*faction, I oan recommend
him to anyone requiring g'.a**e».
Oh as F Stollmiybr.
W M Springer, Taearlgua—
Bifocal Ulaavo*
J* L . ®T >,na ®*q, Fernando—
Bifooal Qluiw

JUST RECEIVED
By lx 8.8, Mar aval
CCOTT EMULSION O d L'v r Oil
® ((mall anil large ala,' Ki tn»fi scamp
Root, Kilmer Futnale Rem.-'y, W«m~
polea o Humphrey* MarcO cf.hralltg. WillUm'-i
Pit k Pill*, Kilmer# fit,art ciuedy
Ayer’* Ohe>ry Per tor el, 6 rl'm I Tea
(different ei*t<*) Garfield T > lyrtip
Rennet,’ Magic O', iiid /* Relii'f
Aloook’.* PcMMie F... ior, Win *i w’* H
Syrup, Harveh** t i i i i’/w ui
Menthol Oonen (dlffa.-t'rt' iiz ) ioc!»
had** Podophyl Plile - d i aa*oH-
Blent of variou* other article# , i iri be
gotat the ohoepeet rate at the
peoples pharmacy,
y.»»u J a Ucg I and L’il t t o.

fHI PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25. 1900.

FORJULE.
WE are now landing Kx. Schooner
'•ELENA” from Hautwokt,
Nova Scotia,
830,000 ft VV P BOARDS of really good
[quality
80,000 ft do do second quality
ALSO
Ex Schooner "EM WILLY' from
Naw Yohk
160,000 ft W P HOARDS planed 3 sh’oa
Q & T in lengths of 12. 13, 14
aud 1 <1 feet
26.00<> ft W P Board* p'aned 4 *ide*
26,000 ft do uo do 1 aide A
two edg *
26,000 ft do do plated 1 aide
[G A T
100,000 ft do do rough fr Inoh** wide to 18 irohee
16,000 It WP PLANKS 2 x 13
10.0» 0 ffc do do 1* xl3
offer the above as usual Vheav l
J. O. NEWSOLD
November 7th

YOD -AH Gfcf
UIGH.OI.ARP
Portraitu a
none AT IHB
UP-rO-DATE PHOTO GALLERY.
64 Cl ALLOT TUFFT- port portif-Spih.
if-Spih. portif-Spih.
L‘ A- 'jirOßh!! Yt
N, J- j ♦ t-a it Trf (J u ilropi>
4 J«U <» »4.W

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 LARGE k MEDICI m.fiS
To be soen at my stables corner of Richmond and Lower
Prince Street.
sex B 331: jh&o-
TO A LOVER OF TEA
There ia no more deiioious
drink. To meet this the
CITY DRUG STORE
Has a blend oF CEYLON TEA *be bast of its kind. Jußt give it a trial
and yoa will be convinced by its excellent taste and flavour.
EUTHYMOL PABTE, TABLETS & OREAM for the teeth, breath and
skin. This is the latest production of medical science.
BROMO-80DA & BBOMQ-BELTZER to quiet your nerves aud regulate
your stomaob.
MINERAL WATERS—Vichy, Celestins and Granie-Grllle ; Carabana
Hunyadi Janos, Carlsband &s.
GEO. VERSELLES,-Druggist,
NIGHT BELL. 17a Park Street.

Tasso, Tasso.
finrist 4|d&iify
JUST LANDED
FOB SALS BY
LUCIEN F. AMBARD AND SON,
3, CBABLOTTB STKBET.
11th Nov- 1900

*-5 WATSON’S xxx
•» Old Blended
1 GLENLIVET WHISKY g
15 DUNDEE.
Sc OO
#3 »<
-f t [T * 9 i* putfl matured spirit rs very superior Savour do
"JgJ 1 *nd style ami enjoys a very popular position . ,
«*» wherever ntroduced. S
me
„§ Supplied to All L«t*dmg Hotels & Clubt
—m Ae a trial of this high-class Whisky will certainly era
AS result In appreciation. Send your order*. at once to

ifce Ageuts.
I LEE LUM & CO,
C3*
sS P( BT-OF-BFAIN.
> * T *' * >< * e ** l *^^| ,^fc * , * ll **" , * r -* 1 •**'*" l •in rvr njn -i —ij vww—waug.i
W.r* NOTICE. I FOB BALK.
TUBRSBY „.U., .h. V.K* , A CBKOLIt BUOGY
X will noth* re*pou»ible for a. y debt PONY AND HARNESS,
or debt* contracted by my wif„ r . n
King. She having left my heuao *nd FCR CASH OR ON MODERATE TERMS TERMSprotection
protection TERMSprotection without any juit oaiwa • Apply to
T. BLANO,
JOSEPH ANDREW KING. No, SO, East D-y River,
b,h November, iwg, | Duke Bueol Bridge,

VIOLET Frerss, Thuir (France)!
T% Tli3 only House for
B YRSH i, savoury drink, eminently toni" and appetising. It is made I
of old rod wines, exceptionally generous, pm into contact with cinchona I
9n hark and other bitter substances of first quality. It borrows from all I
these substances an agree .ble flavour and some precious cordial and I
febrifuge properties, and it owes to the natural wines which alone I
contribute to Its preparation, its high hvgienie superiority.
As an appeii sln « and tonic BYRRH should be taken pure, at a dose of I
Mixed with cold water, and in preference with seltrer or soda water I
Ifi&Sp it makes a drink which perfectly refreshes without debilitating.
SPECIKUeIBITTIE I>6i>6t in PORT OF SPAIN : A. E. BOLAND.
BCOUOHjTcOL^^
INQRBMER’S 5
Lozenges ZggSim 1
Ntfi Syrup s

! IMPROVED STILLS
ior DRTULKS t RECTIFYING
i .1-4-? BHANOIE&, RUMS.
. zZBr SPIRITS, eto. ,
iSfr 10ER0Y FILS AINE
an ! r"t... MAKER
â–  3 R
1,,al ~a Paris
i GUIDE-BOOK tor Distillers of Brandies, Essen-
H t!al Oils, etc. M.'iKUfll (or Distillers ot RUMS and
gJU.USTRATED PRICE LISTS treeaa application.

NEW PIANOS
JUST RECEIVED
Severn I " STERLING” PIANOS in
black cnees, some with 3 pedals
good and cheap.
OTTO PIANOS,
BRINSMEAD PIANOS
STERLING ORGANS
with 11 stop* for only $50.00
CALL AT
H. MONOEAUX
Comer of Queen k Frederick Streets
JOHN LOGIE
OLOTBIEB <1 (JOTTER
Begs to notify his friends and Otu
tamers that he has received a largt
and new sstortmant of
TWI-iBB a.
Coatings Sergos
Ac., A?., Ac.
so nvo’d disappointment ; Isas
leave orders early,
JOHN LOGIKt
*' THE SCOTIA”
8/1 l/BB Marine Saaarg,

IMPORTANT
THE PUBLIC is hereby notifbd that
Mr Jcbn Mitohel, late Washer and
Pressor, 1 not Dyer" (for all the > yeiug
has always been done by in} self, my
assistants are only for washing, pressing
and mending) basing been discharged,
has therefore do connection wth my
establishment.
All paroels sent me should be ad addressed
dressed addressed R. J. J. OLAMENS, Trinidad
Dye Works, Corner of DoLe and George
Streets,
N.B>— Abose can’t be mistabea ; its
the largest and only reliable Cleanirg
and Dyeing Establishment in the West
Indies.
Horses, Horses,
Landed To-day
Ex S. B. “ Grenada ” from
New York.
EIGHT o refullr toieot o' srdsiybfh
P* idle srd Draft l! r»*r, si*:
I IM BlftokM' f-s —’on ullj matched
i BDrk Mare and Go'dlcg—alro a goed
match
1 Gray Horse—jr o uni.r i add Is tr
draft
1 DappU Gas Mare—A |erf c| aoiurl
and gentle.
1 Bay Mare—A atylleh animal.
I B»y Mare—A beauty.
The abose Balmain base releotml
by a judge ar.d thos offers n> opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to purchasers reqnirbg K raa tj_
good horse
be teen at enr Stride* end far
HUNTEB RK.KETE A CO..
bth Out* I9W South ijgaj,

SUPERB CONSERVE
LOVERS ol high class preserves o!
oar delirious Tropioal fruits oan
have
J stray, JFellitssis
AND
MARMALADES, &c.
of the first olass made from suleoted
fruit only by the undersigned. The
following ia a list of the preserves
kept on hand.
FBESBBVBD LIMES,
do GUaVaS,
do MkMEY APPLE,
do BHADDOuK
do BREADFRUIT FLOWERS
tin tamarinds,
do GOLDEN APPLES,
c‘o PAPACY
ao PINE APPLES,
GUAVA JItLLY,
GUAVA MARMALADE,
ORANGE MARMALADE.
MAMEY JELLY,
GOLDEN APPLE JELLY,
GOVERNOR PLUM JELLY
Roasted Cashew Nu s,
JAMS of every tropical fruit g 'own in
Trinidad ca baud or made to t /dor.
Mixed and Plain Pickles, Stuffed
Peppers, Solomon Gundy,
Give us a Trial.
CATHERINE WALTERS,
9. St. James Street.
Dd,y & Martins
REAL JAPAN LIQUID
BLACKING
FBGDUO2SS
A BRILLIANT
AND
LASTING Polsi3H
Marday Dressing for Brown Bo ti and
Shoes, will clean and remore.staiu* with
out darkening the Leather
888
Polish is Waterproof
Will not ruiPoff nor soil the oloihing.
JULUNiII. 4ACHERAOQ.
Sol* A gont
Bull Dog Ale
fißlitfjaSMM s/jt iiraniiSfl
bum dogT stout
Tha Perfection of
3ottled Beers,
To be obtained of all the
Principal Dealers,

BARGAINS
IN
Watches & Jewellery
”T HE uu-Vrijned begs to infonn kk
â–  numerous friends and Ooitomen
that he his just opened np bis fid)
consignment cf
CHRISTMAS GOODS
amongst whioh is a splendid lot of
CHEAP WATCHES.
Worth dcuble the prioes at whioh tbsy
are mai ked.
JEWELLERY,! JEWELLERY!!
Ucmprisiog Gentlemen’s Gold and Star
Albert .Chains. Ladies Qoseti Qhsha,
Gold and Hi rer Chains, Gold hut
tsatety Pins. Brooches, Esrr tugs, Finnr
Rings, Bracelets,
ELECTRO-PLATED WABE-Sfirw
Souvenir, Tea Spoons, (Soldiers of to
Queen, quite a norelty, and nomenbk
other articles marked down at prises to
defy Competition—Cali early thsrefca
if tyou wish to secure some of thM
Exceptional Bargains,
J, ADHEMAB PEBSZ,
Watch Maker A Jeweller.
Cori.ee f Qjoen & Frederick Streets,
Port-tf-Spaiu—Opposite W. 0. BOSS
& 00.

NOTICE.
"V OT CE is hereby glren that Dm
T ’ pa c tcerehip bum ess carried on up
to this day between Julian Hearj
Archer, Uiement Francis Owe and
Albert Ccry Davies node* tha style a
firm ti Julian M. Akobib A 00,, ta
been disoived as from this dsj; sad tbri
the same will be carried on by tbs «“
Julian Henry Archer and Albert Oory
Davies under the same style or firm w
Julian H. Akcheb & 00,
Dated at Port-01-Bpain, 16th iWrsa"
her, 1900, „„
JULIAN H, ARQHKB Aw.
FOB SALE YEBI OHUAPf
i , NE Lauo’e Low Bad Pstenklta*
Circular Saw Miff with Usrrisge _
eet long and Patent 64 inoh â– *'
Oue 24 inch Doable Sariaosr BW
Planer and Matcher. CKrculer S*">
Steel Line Shaft and Steel,
Belting and other Minor Machmss
appliances tor Cieole Lumber.
Efficient as regards to* «**“».
Heavy Hardwood Logs, Ml
and Grooving, Moulding, Besdlag
Apply to
Dm. GHAB. A. P^L
NeU Frsderiok «
fob SALE.
AN elegant American Viotorto,
r* new and a fine, strong
horse. Apply »t J
MRS VON BAOD*“
22nd —lm, I
NOTICE,
COR INVESTMENTS- (jS I
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