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Port of Spain gazette

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Title:
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.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-no. 22427 (June 30, 1956).
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THE
PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE.

No. 4,96« VOX.. XX.

ADAMSON’S
PIIOPERTY REGISTER
FOB BENT.
IIBLVJLLB COTTAGB now occupied
Itl by Thoß. Boyd Hsq., corner cf
Olareooe and Barrack Streets—Poeae>
lion 15th Veer., 1900,
FOB BENT.
. t j. â–  â–  v
pOTTAGB situate at corner cf OirouHr
V Boad and Daroeul’s Lane Belmont,
comprising Drawing, Dinicg and 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, front and aide galleries, stable
aoeommodation aid usual out offices.
Immediate poaaesaion.
WANTED.
A GOOD house ne?r the' Savanna-
About three bedrooms end u»v»l
out offices and stables. About S4O or
MO pel month.
J/'
r%t*\
FOB BENT.
".OILYE® .FERN VILLA,” desirable
eonunodious residence, Pro,
vmreaoe Street, opposite the Govern*
MntLsbu-atory beautifully situated near I
®* oavant.di—with every convenience
Iw a family residence, Qov.uh .house
tod stabling and large yard. |

! ; n
He our
SPECIMENS
Off
?RiHITR iTOMBSTOHES,
CALL AT
’ o( tig*,,

|A he Fourth Week
OF OUR
SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE
WILL BEGIN ON
MONDAY THE 26th ,
And will only last but ona week. As Christmas is near at hand we
are euro economical shoppers and careful spenders will appreciate the
money- saving chances we offer this week. Here are a few of
our offerings :
Our Posters and Bskera, price 840 $lO3. 182 This wet k 64
| 720, 84c.
j Combination Dipper—the “price 24c ; this week 15 cents.
Our tew Lightning Sieve. The pcios 24c, this week 15c
O'* endsre, full fr.mtfy size. The prioe 300 tbia we r k 160
L ghtninp Egg Beaters and dream Whip The prioe 20a [this week J2a
i Cu assortment of Steamers, The prioe 400 and 4«o, this week 28 and 88a.
On Ligh eoing Erg Beater. The prioe 6o ; this week 8o
Butter Spades, The prioe 16, 180 Bnd 240 : this week 8,10 and 12
Salt dealing Pie Tins. The prioe 240 ; this week 180
Our Perfection Oake Tins. The price SO and 400 ; this week 22 and 32 3
Ouv Glean Cut Gafee Tine. The price 20c ; this week !5o
0 T Mao'.ice or Beaters. The price 40 aud 600. Thta week 24 snd 863
Graduated Measures The price 430; this week 320
Security Kettier The price 3«, 65 aud 60c ; this week 23 39 ard 43 a
Dripping Pane. The prioe 20, 86 and 40a; this week !0 24 i d 300
Steem Uoreal Cooker. The price 720 aud 1 08 ; this week 00c and 780
Emcr rl Green Water Sets—l large jag and 6 tumblers Tbeprioogt 20
this week 700
Emer.d G-een Dbhe*. The prioe 18, 20, 24, 30 and 883. This week 11
16,18, 22 end 24
4 J i;: ch Ice Cream Plates The prioe 60 , this week 4o
Ovil and Round Glass Dishes. The price 16, ]Band2to; !hie wetk 8
10 and 160
Card Receivers—sasarted colours—the price 830 ; this week 20a
I Chi h Fruit Dishes The price 84a and I 32; this wetk 45 smd 86 and
many other articles too numerous to nso'stfion. In fact this
Week’s Bargain Seda is a collection ol
Useful Hou ehold Articles
FOR THE
Coming Holiday Season,
W«< wish it to be distinctly understood that these prices are for SPOT
OA'H and ior one week only, aiter ihet the ueuel price will he charged
ONLY AT
THE w HEBAiB”
GfiSJßam de gam* Co.
No, 6, , Frederick Street.

The largest Benefit Society in the We t Indies
The Sunbeam Benefit Society , Ltd.
You may goffer from ILLNESS,
Yoo may meet with ami ACCIDENT,
an you must (ace DEATH.
Policies giving promotion in these different circumstances are Lvusd by the
Society, at <% weekly premium of SIX GENTS aud Upwards.
Special policies to Professional men, Gierks and others Insuring £2 10 0 weekly
iu oeso of Illness or Acoident, £26 at Death.
Pm-»on» raiding in (M Country d’Ut . ;<« having no looal agout are inaittd to
aorrupond with the Socitty.
Interest paid Annualiy t) all Polio j bidor* not having drawn benefits during
the preceding twelve months.
Over 8000 oialma have been paid In Trinidad.
Kvery Information afforded to those desiring to become Polloy holders,
A. HA,\'BQN - •Secretary A Manager.
NOTE—Tbo Society Is always employ capable, honest and IndnstHous
men as Agents.

c.t* u NATIONAL
/ ; â–  . v ,%'
4wVt town Cff.
*2 'V. wfj
OF IRELAND
KIIADLIEHED.. .. 1833
Capital .. —£1,000,000
Wopins (over) ... ... 600,000
Jbau Ormoa—3 tJoUega Green, Dublin
The undersigned having been
Agent and Attobnsy for
iue FIBE DEPABTMENT, ip, pre prepared
pared prepared to accept Biska at Current
pfljuji"
f' BED K. BCOT T ,
i, 8t Vincent Bt,, Port-of-bpain,
Telephone- -126
FOB BALE—A BARGAIN.
One Soda Machine
By a CHAPELLb
Complete and in gocd working order
Apply at 18 Upper Prioae Bt

TRINIDAD, TIJESDAk NOVEMBER 27. lOOrt

A Good Opportunity
VOB—
A CASH PURCHASER,
■f”HK undersigned it about leaving
â–  the Colony an f will like to dispcee
of bis sLble (land exclusive) ehed,
including ako the follnwini OarrLge;
and Horses:—
Tbrc-'i Decent Lardt-aux, 1 Vlctorie, 1
Barouche 1 Dub e Buggv, 7
spi-criid Ho s,a end 2 Donkeys
A l ' 0 the following properties :
No 36a Nelson H-re l *!
No 14» Nelson Ktrcet
No 46i Upper Piinae Btroet
No 4 Duke Bkeoc.
The shove will be sold together cr
separately.
For particulars apply to
JCI EB THEODORE,
No 39. Upper Prince Street.
FOR SALE.
4 COTTAGE on Belmont Clrcu!*>
with ail oocvenienors f,r a fami :
FOB RENT,
A Small Cottage on Esotlller Lands-
A. M. GAM PL
» 13th Nov;

TBINIDAD
Building Loan Association.
No. 3* MARINE SQUARE, F.
I 04N Meeting wifi be held in the
*"* Office of tho Association oa the first
TUESDAY of every month to reoaive
bids for
LOANS ON P&OPERTIES,
And fix thhe rate of premiums.
LOANS ON SHAKES
May be applied for and grsntod to
members at any time without above
fcrmality at 8 per cent intorsst per
annum, without premium.
For further particulars apply to the
undersigned, at the office, bar,ween tb<
hours of 8 a.ra. ar.d 4 p-m-
ALEX, F MATHISON,
Secretary and Tree surer.
THE
GO-OPERATIYB ICE DEPOT,
East ,Dry Kiv< r, Quany St,
Ico at aii Hours
lc. PER POUND,
Bold by
A. GONZALES.
m White Suiar 8c per W
Blended Tea 8. per pk{ i»
fL fcfrg Sugar 12c par lb H
m Os iron I'cal, Jam*, Fruhe in >xi
w My rap O
a Biscuit?, Potted Meats,
G It. Julian Wiue, Bt, Hatepbd so
cm and Vin Graves, York Hums, W
Boast Mu'ton, Boiled Beef,
£3 Oysterw, Salmon, Kippered —;
Herring':
c/i Herrings a ia Sardines, Petite 0
Kl Bois, 2.
Haricots, Verts, Beet Boot, §
CQ Carrots.
**. Gapes, Odves, Piqkioa White *
*“ and Bl&> k Pepper tjQ
(v, to
O ALSO >â–º
O QfJ
Garfield Tea, Female Corrective jr*
“5 Herb r>
S Herbals Smoking Mixture, Coca
g Kola W'ne w
rA Ws mpole’s l ea*, Iron and Wine
■g Wr.napoio’s O. L. Oil §
fjj Soc-:t Emulsion i> u 1 Kepler O L EJ.
O 5 Gil with malt extract,
AT
F, A. 3BUNTON,
Druggist.
Got. of Park & Charlotte Sirs.
Port of Spain,
FOR SALE
AT THE
Electric Up,hi
and - v
Power Co.
HOO'lbs BOILER CvIMPOSITION
200 OLD BOILER TUBES more
or lesß.
OLD COPPER, OIL CA.'K.
Apply at the cfiics.
EUGENE WEHfiKIND,
Secretary.
WIFE NOTICE.
'f HE publio is hereby notified thof 1
‘ will nt he retpo fibla f r any debi
or debts cont'«.otn*l by my w*fe AngelP
Muons de FrritA*. h bating left mv
bcoae end p*< ,f ccl>ou »ir-oe three month*
J,01»TBO B» »eui*B

Simply Startling
Mr, BKEOCH bag surpassed hkiself
in buying thia year ail kinds ot
NOVEL-TIES
Staple and Dr»y Goods
At prices never before offered to the
TRINIDAD PUBLIC.
OOO
Bi uMif MercuriS'id Sateens
t
Regular 300. goads at 120.
WHITE MUSLINS ai d Plquas at thiit> original oesi ; all shades in
SILKS, MATINS & RIBBONS,
Lovely Aft O apery Murids,
HATS, FLO WEBB, FEATHERS in galore.
PARASOLS, PARASOLS. PARASOLS.
Large Centre Carpets, flifa lljgs, &a.
Cambric and Musiin Embroideries, Linens, Cottons. Sheet*
lugs, Drills, Prints, Serges, Tweede, Coatings, Flaunsis, eto
EVERYTHING CHEAPEST IN THE INLAND.
skeoch & co.
Public Benefactors ami Friends of the Boor.
WMHMiDfSk rw. at -vvtsa.imn.entn. .ja-**auß;r..4r'"au *•«•««. • wy^irMssssawk- r**r> m —ua——i miiiities I——l—w sm m
iw: te tis ! is!, inoi\
LAND FOB HUNT GH3AP.
M«V- '-MHBI :CO
The Estate known as Laventilfe
Situated about one and a “halt mile from tbs
Git/, and oomptieiof over
300 ACRES OF MOAT PERILS LAND,
lALL*FADING UT. JUAN’S ROAD)
Will be out io luU 100 fia»t x 70 -;t. These land* are now planted I n
coconuts, fruv\ trees of all desoriptioa «u I p a and gui-tea grass. An opportunity
is now offered tb» indueVrioue raau »r wcmiso to -.bMu at a ohc»p rental lots of
'snd which my bs oonvartsd into paying v->» - %»b'e gardens and Nad homes thersen.
For fur * her particulars *pn!y to
A. A.Z\,--Branawiok Square.
17th Juy, 1!»00,

POGONUi 3)J)H,
Fully ripe and sound Cocoa Cocoanuta
nuta Cocoanuta bought at
THI 7RIMOAD OIL FACTORY
(N TUB
LA BASSE .
I
iUsST CASH ON DELIVERY
0-0 TO
Resw Warehouse
KING STREET
FOR FOR
- FOR ’ins

1 in j Lbnuis
-A.;D— -A.;D---!601h,5»
--!601h,5» -A.;D---!601h,5» FLEECE
! TORAGCOS.
'i
irr now fjood, and
rill onntinne to Iw so.
BOTH GsiANDiTof TOBAGGO
wo now pat up in 9 oa. tins,
•: addition to tho usual 4 oa.
in* tb:’’t they have hitherto
b> a packed in.
1 9 on. Tint a Mat ;
•ail lib them i

DAILY 2 V-j-s

W" :
ivc&'jiik a
for Quafify
BOX, AH \ BUYER
ion cm
FOR PRICK,
-IN-
Wzverl&y Bicycles
You hnvo a o oil!nation of both.
Those we mu o'oecing cat ou terms
tvhi very
HANDSOME CHRISTMAS PRESENT
at email cost. Now is your time to treat
Wife, Sweetlmrt or Daughter.
a i put them in g od humour
fur the whole of the oom!ng
Gerfcury.
YOU’LL BUY THINGS CHEAP
AT
Arnott, Lambiu & Co.,
Old Bank Uutidlng, SO, Kbg 81.
Telephone 133.
aOVERNMENi NOTICES
TK.NDEBB.
For Supplying the Immigration Depot,
Fioo I'i'irhitt with water during the
year itfjj,
of a -70; in, ioaut in Royal
Gh>z<, ,ta 17 ih November 1900.
O«*to for receiving 'Pondera, noou on
Tuuradity au.h Deueruuer 1900. Terms
uiiU oou iU u ' Ojnt.ua'; can be ob obtained
tained obtained on application Su the i’roteutor of
luiuii*.ra>
BUBUSiUN VAXES SATES,
Belui jot and Woodbrook
ibOU—l9ol.
jf'Ulfi above RAX£H are now payable
* a; the tjoio ..!;•>! Treasury and will be
received uoUi the Slat IKeember 1900,
alter which uate ’jjum reuitinvjg unpaid
will be banned over to the Jiar.'iud foe
collection-
C*VID B. UORSFORD,
Receiver Uederaf.
Receiver (toner al’a Uthoe,
Sir November, 1900.

“TEND KBS.
for tM Laane of Government Land * in tto
MontterraC Ward
QATE us t in ** Royal
Qmjiu" gt.i. g (s jii and oondl*
uuna o» u>.,tr»u:, M October, 190Q>
Data lot ftaelii j| Vonl»rsi noot) OO
K'nday JUcb Nortunber, 1900.
PORT-O P-SPAIH WATER RATES
1900- 801.
i riHr«t«» »r» new pnyabta'at
X the Col-. uiai Tru»«ntf and wilt bo
reotdvod U’-Ui tiw dint De senator 1000.
ikiUr wbjch d- ronami g unpaid
■.Till bo houdes *. i»t« to too Marshal for
collection,
DAVID R. EORtFORD,
R ‘-‘- ve-'Danerol,
Receive,* OcuoiCu Office.
I7»n OnOoboc, iWIC.
FOR SALK.
ME SDAOK No. 34a
Kb g ytreot, Port of bpaio. Apply
MR L *MOUB
KoMoMo*
No 37 Qaoaii Stjtm*. Port ot BpeAi
W.iNXED.
TWO or throw Ounrajaers. Payment
by commission Only thore wil*
Uog to work herd and persistently
ce«d apply Apply'uab vaut Benefit
fcu ietjr Ltd.



2

Scht-ener & Cos
LUMBER YARD
NOW LANDING
EX SCB JONER ‘TRADER
JT OM LIVERPOOL, N.B.
—— ooe— ooe-95,000
-95,000 ooe-95,000 F. WRITE PINE BOARD
27,000 SPRUCE BOARDS
122,000 ,
Which we offer as usual. Also a large lot of
JBA.jfc4l3iA.f Oiij Wi-tli iiii LiM
SCHOENER & CO’S
Lumber Yard,
Opposite Railway Station,
THE
fcy tiif-i'-ete System.
No*„ the go-called easy system, mark
you, but a bom fide easy system.
CLOCKt,, ELE T 0-PLATE,
Watches, £w,-.g Chairs,
BIHYUL •- -s*
ü ßold upon a (system ths; is easy to proved paniue.
For Househalu Go.ds, Ado nmen s&c.
First consult only the
y h* mp my,
J. L. STEELE,
28, Queen Street,
Pianu vV are house,
flBSi . ■ n ‘ i
I ri an oh I
L? i t i ,' ' M w
m* Pknos I
LfW”** v ~ , •
'Vjfl Pianos I
•‘■4 PiiOOf
l:; m OUQAJSS.
• r, j AdMK&raJMm »»«
**• **“«•
Baali MUSICAL
WWA •• Guitar*.
MJjo*, Vlelioa, Maodollsu,;lo auaci-Jun.M, ;* n d aba all tha in Dance
•♦ad Vocal Marta. „
,h * Uu«*t and largest WARS 10038 in the Went India*, golely devoted
to to® of *htj ivngioAl luiuaaiumty.
TUNING AND REPAIRING—A SPECIALITY.
H i 'iTRONGh'-13 Frederick Street.
1-1 '•.■".uji-L —«■ »» , P -
Photograp in i e Pia tes
AND
PRINTING OUT PAPERS
ALSO
DEVELOPING AGRN \ S Eto., such as:
! r, . . 1 Alum
SsBSSt Potassium Oxalate
Sulphite Hypo
O .ao? 1 '* 10 Atld 11 Arannmium Itrom.de
m a ?- u i I p o*M o trbonate
Uauatic Boda j Oholoride ut Gold
Ammonia Bolulion 880 | Ammonium Sulphoeyanide etc
Rioks for PHARMACEUTIC A . aTUDKNT.S, latest edition*.
THE BRITISH PHARMACOPOEIA 1898.
Sqaire'a Uornp mlou so it I i Purmetiopmis Tbc Est i Pht.r_
macapue;.: Marundai j t iV> ico.i
AT
*> • • »*"*•* v-o,'^
ciMkw â– *- - J

tHB'POIf Os SFAIW &AZETT TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2? ifiOO

RECEIVED NEW BHIPMENT
Manila Cigars
(OUSTADOS AND WINDSOR)
ALSO
HAYSiie nfiVY CUT TOBACCO
IN I lb. TINS
And HoJlandia Water
FOB SALE BY
Schoener* Sc Co.
rWS HAVE GOT LEATHER TO SELL
And we mean to sell it to. We have
always eold LEATHER and the more
we sell the more we want to sell.
Wa now be* to lot the public k ow that we ara continually receiving
both from Europe and America fresh shipments of
Wt have made a special study of a ipasss & mai m n
the leather, rode, | AT it f H
O.u prices osa’t bo beat, I 1
WE LDO¥THIB LINE. “ *
and which make the finest assortment ever shown
in Trinidad—TO SEE 18 TO BUY.
Q-O: rZAXi£!3 BE ?H1 B?S-
Is THE BIQHT STOBE FOB LkATHEB.
SHOE-MAKERS, SADDLERS, BOOK-BINDERS.
We havo'LEATH of everi kind to suit yon, i/eathor for Uppers.
Solea, Leather for Lini g. Leather for Slipper*, Leather for Fancy Work.
Leather f r Balts.
LEATHER IOR HARNESS, LEATHER FOR CARRIAGES.
In fact great varieties, cf LEATHER are to be f-.-uou ui GONZALES’
Everyone who Amis i,- L . or makpe op L h,s L, ary form are invited
to call and see the NOVEL.?*ES IN LEiTfiSR r. w displayed at our Store,
So. Frederick Street,
REMEMBEEI GONZALES FOE LEATHER

DEiITAL PARLOUR.
No, II I'Vrifls'V.ik Street, appetite Vr.
Rmfoqf't dreamy
fnnm Ni. 10.
DR. 0. H. D ALY, D D.S.
Kxtraotlon of Te dh and other opera operations
tions operations c performed without pain by
approved
AhSßSthetio System.
PersaDflly ‘elected Teeth for Artificial
Demotes, Gold ar.d Silver
fsiais'.tee-t »ud *b
BWASONABLB P3IOBS.
SALE FOR TU s AY THE 13th
DUOEJIBEU 11*00
IIUBLIO NOTIOE Is hereby #ivt»n that
1 uni ! «r «n»i by virtue of tho Statute ry
Pow«rt f Halo s’otderred upon Mo-tsa cs««
by the Cksnveyas oU i erty Or llnano o 1884 and by virf uo cf
Deed «la e ‘J4th Ja naty 1888 KecLiered
as No 187 Protocol cf Deeds for that ye*r
•nd made between Aog. la N-goc t of i he
fie pa»t («ico« deoensedl ans! Hare;
EuksUdn (ab;' *l:,oe f the s thssr
psrt. the-e will be pnt up for »ah. by
I sib io Auct ion hv the unde signs 1 attb
M rt No ‘1 it, Vli osnt Bt*rof Port- f-
Sostin s n 'l'tJeeday the 18th De cojbe.-
1900 hs tveeo the b n s cf on 1 * and (wo
of the clock *n the moon.
All ami r uyular tii»o oertain parcel of
l*' d ami the m «wt; e thereon know as
hit No, 188 Gu -n {)•■ vtseet In the Town
of Arlmss and abuV t gcu the North npen
* lot of ian<) belonging to one dloxssnds r
Noe', tlotith on Guatmpo Street. Kii*- c -
a Ut of land belonging io one Jo*n
Pie're Ayar ad cn tt.e West on lan be
»t«ly ol one Le sn Oes tesn hut i ow b. -
i tsglng to one George Jack or hcvuoevt
the e»me map be rutlad or bnundo!
( gether with the appur;er.once» thereto
bel "nglpg
Datetl thl» 19th day cf November 19f,Q
(•gd) FKED, Em. UUOTT,
Auctioneer.

Ex 8.8, “SAVAN’
FROM LONDON.
——-oo—■—
5,458 Bag* NAGBA BICE
300 Uaseß MILK—I lb Tina— Anglo-Swm,
EX S.S. 'ORION’
FROM LlVEßts—fj
1.050 Bosea SOAP, GG lbs., —20a. Prize Medal.
200 „ do, 50 „ 245. do.
fok2ialk;by
'JULiANZH. AROHEK-.A Co-
Poif-jf-Sp».in, South Quay,
3'»t October, 1900

i Revolver Stout,
i Revoivap Stout.
Not on'y the moat stimalatiog, but
also the moat nourishing BTODT,
gold on this Market.
i
Brewed in Scoilana fr.sm she purest
MHt A* Hops only, and matuted in
Wood for 18 months to 2 yeara
before being bottled
Beware of Imitations
AStC FOB
REVOLVER fTOUT
AND SEE THAT YOU Gsi 1 ? IT.
Many Spurioua and Worthless
imiiatiuna ate being offered to the
Public, by uo-aernpuioae ahop ahopkeepera
keepera ahopkeepera a»id on the 7,h November,
a ahopketper w,»s convicied before
the Mi glgi rate of Port of Spain for
bottling < ff Oommon Stout in bottle*
bearing the “ B-svolver Stout" label
and SiiiHua same ae the genuine
article and a fine of XlO or two
moi'ths imprigonment wag infiicted.
NOTIOE.
A BEWARD OF
will be paid to anyone givi-.g gucb
infurmafion as will lead ?o the con conviction
viction conviction cf any peraon or perstur,
bottl-ng off inferior rubbish, and
palming off on the public ae
‘ Bevolver Stcut ”
“Keyolvtr Stont’’ can he ob~
“Iced in bnrre'.a containing 7 doz
J’i ts or i doz. Quarts, f.om all
Do l.rp, and by retail rs all te-sj>ect- !
able sh- pkeepers. cr Wbolt-a/ile of !
BU -T, TKOWBRIDGE & 00.,
Hole Agent* for Trinidad. '
Chacon Steeet,
12ih Non., I9QO.

CANNON STOUT
*
For the Lands, Country or Family use
Is now put up in BOXES of
2 OB 3 DOZtfiN PINTS
N*B.—Thia about ta exclusive!? uied at She Government I .stitutiona. Professor
Oarmody, Government Analyat, describes it ai " >f g od quality Dura and
wholesome.” f *
THF TRINIDAD BREWERY COY, LTD.

E Ade PASS & CO
9, BROAD ST.—LONDON.
e- Jli. A.c 4 OS?"JL'X.j ib C^OO,
COFFEE EXCHANGE, -NEW YORK.
General Commission Merchants.
Mr. 0. Mercado a member ofj tbe above firms is
now in Trinidad and may be seen or addressed &,t the offioe
of Mr. L, J, Bernstein, corner of Lower Charlotte Street and
Marine Square.
Arrangements can be made with him for the execution of
indents from the United Kingdom, the Uominent of Europe
and the United States, aud aiso for the handling of consign consignments
ments consignments of all description of West Indian Produce.

MacKenzie and Kirton
GENERAL COMMISSION A ESTATES AGENTS,
Hava just received and offer for
sab a fresh shipment of
HOSTEB’S WIEN Eli BEER
Also another lot of our
AMERICAN ROAD CARTS
Os specially strong make, and
ONB FOUR-SEATED ENGLISH LOG OABT.

CHRISTMAS.
XD OCX
Just received oar first
shipment of
XMAS eaeai
Including:—
Hanliey and [Palmare Bieoaiie, Fraitg in in Syrup,
Jams, Bwer;i ß . ChryataUizjd FruCs, Figs, Prunes,
Shell Almonds, &o Aisa MAYPOLE STRAW
HAT POLISH, —Blank, Gram, Red, titraw, Brown,
Dark Biae, &a.
THE ROYAL PHARMACY •
FRANCIS A. JONES, -Druggist,
41, Qb&rljtte Bt., Port-of-Spaia.

FffiiAr fills, frail Afrifiis,
THIS WEEK FOB THE
Trinidad Pharmacy
JrdC « -Ts/T i lESL „£:*•- IVT
EDAM CHEESES & TABLE SUTTER,
JAMS & CURRANTS iu oases,
BHSXISI &3MQm& $ mm«
HUNTLEY & P > LMEBS BISCUITS (ass* rtoJ)
PA.bC *LLV» OO.Sij'Jb. I ;vEKi.
Forts, Mad':!;p nnd Bheulr-s,
Haul Bhuternf* and Gravotr.
S*>l3A C3r ,;JBtA.O.
Wholesale lioyera vkii the
TRINIDAD PHARMACY,
am 0. MkmuTHILLKB.. - MHOlgtt| **• B “*

TRB
Products
Exchange
3b, MABINE bQUABB,
poas-oF.aPAut.
ALL AUG I ION GALES
AT 1 P-M'
UNLES3 OTHERWISE ADVERTISED..
THE ULderaigneu tus been iuetroatad
â–  t j will by PuoLc Auotion all i 0
M advertised below for the benefit ofthe
parties ooucerLeJ. I u & d u*ew the tBfIM
are UAb& due and payable on the fall
of the Hammer.
SALE BY AUCTION
. —OF
150 Brls Flour—Tigre Lilly,
AND
Merchants Consignments
At the Saleroom of the Produce
Exchange on
Tuesday, 2?th Novr., 1900.
at 10 a,m. '
> i tbiE undcialgLed wA wfi by Anafioo
A the abuvu ooiiaigauwnt of FLOUR
and tbe icliewing to close stock*
100 Bags DROLL
65 Bagi BALLAM BIOS
6 G.ctsa vhaKjpagne—24 plots
each, Aucpce UoUlaV*
and' La to Blanche' 1 ,
Term* Lana Lo.cie Delivery, .
J, RU LjELL-MURRAI,
Produce Boner and Auctioneer.
nUbIION bALE
i.F
TUB hi i TINGS
ON -
Tuesday, 27sh Novr., 1900.
At 1 PM,
iSHE will sail by Public
AuO.'Ui ai UiS Store of Aid JULS3
A, DANIEL, Marine Square, the under
uote.l S oie Fittings ani Scniriei:-1
large glues Oise. $ email do, 2 omitten'
i atanu, eundtii e, Lumber, 1 Wash stand,
l tide Be mi, 1 BaUiing Machine. 1 Din Dinner
ner Dinner Waggon, I doia Fountain (marble
fitted), I Oili .e desk,
Terms Cash,
J. BUSSELL MURRAY,
Produce Bicker & Auctioneer,
AUCTION GALE
OF— OFHOUSEHOLD
HOUSEHOLD OFHOUSEHOLD fllfiNlM
ON
Saturday, Ist December 1900.
AT 2 P.M. PROMPT,
FAVOURED by iu*;ruo,ioni from
Time. B >yd Eeq- the underload will
sell by Public Auction the Household
Furniture ai No. Giarenoe street
(onpoeite iheGoa!) l
DICING ROOM—Dining Table, Dinner j
WggQD, Ohairs, Pictures, 8 dsyolcek 1

esc.
One “ Singers’ Treadle Sowing Mnohlae
wuh drawar* and flap.
DRAWING ROOM - Faacy Tabhf,
Chairs, Ben; wood Raokers, Wirt*
nots. Bamboo Plant Standi sdti
Viiaas, Bamboo l’e* Tabla*. Qip*J
T*bl««. L» in, a, (Bran,) Shade* »l«<
PIANO 7 octaves, RoMWOod. bf
Allison, Londoi:.
BEDROOMS—Wardrobe with Mirror,
Bamboo Drets rg Table with Mirror,
Wishttinja aid War*-,
Chairs handsome Biasa Badri**®!
Bprii'g Mat'oas. Hair Metre**, I«#
B* dates da, drib M*tres**s, PWoWi
Mo »qulto nets oto. etc.
PANTRY ~ Ice OhesN Meat Safe, r«l r«l---teur
--teur r«l---teur Filter and uadries,j
KITCHEN YAHD-Dog K«u»*
Stores, Pote and Pam, Tibia* (»
Term* Oaah on the fall of the b»a*n
and before delivery,
REFRESHMENTS
J RUSBELL-MUm*
SIXTH
Live Stock S&ls,
Tuesday, 4th Deer,, 1900*
(Particulars later,)
sale by Auction
CI
ELECTRO PLATED WABI AIW
fancy goods
On c:- about December 3r« ®
rrenfc of Eosi» platod War**, China T*a S«t*i
Cases Fish Knives and For** etfln
(full detail* lattr)
Fip»t LiUMb* Pflntt
Sal«»:
601— A CARRIAGE HOBSIM'* 1 *
ti g *> or ('ouDle hvroew-
602 GELDING-«
Good action. 0<“ 8t 10
Fast. gsid
603 A MULE—saoiiom *'* r
Draught
606—a pony-3* m
(ci harness or s»>l Vehicles.
101—AN ARMSTRONG
rumble, n* wi X
104 A HK* R r or**
106-c LAMDWAU-Io ***"
. > --w in use: --
106 A GOVERN 4H ; J#
troeg end in br*sc**» L
ior—.t HAB —'dnatoo f«
10b—A VICTORIA -
Ls.ht *n l io to* f lull! for P*
110 —SNGLE
H?r*a * *d
run* out in H 3rvi NMf if I*l
IU ** ‘
’
111



Smith Im I So.
TOYS, GAMES, MUSICAL GOODS, BOOKS
IN IMMENSE VARIETY
Our Xmas display of theso GOOD:, is the largest ar.il
Bast organised in town, the whole being lighted by
Electricity making a perfeot—Fairyland-
Special Arrivals added to the Show this
week.
Doll* House standing 30 iuohes high with Iron B*l B*lconiea
coniea B*lconiea curtained windows Portioo, &o bora $3 60
Auto h»rpa wish music books ~ 81.08 erd 2.C0 each
Preeeotatlon Backs, well bound, rough os; giift g
edges good aubjeote, a !*r*« avert me- ►. I_g
suitable far schccl prizes & 25 per cer t cheaper f "
than ordinary prioea J S
To Country Shopkeepers—Mechanical 7 >r.\ Ccr your
Stores and Gla a Oases tbe»e are a gma- attraction
they draw big crowds to yrn- shop, f-- » i,ro Muiioal B xes playing from I to 8 tunes. 50 to 89.00
Ohinese Lanterns, a beautiful lot, some ©i tefi
with reeds end beads .. .. 100 to 810
Musical Blocks Nickel plated, good time keepers
play a tune at the half aud hour 88 60
Dolls trucks fitted with doll & tronsieau f:. m 900 to ggo
See our large boxes of Combination Gimea o riling :
Feel Billiards, Ten Pins at.d Ore q not
Oouoertinas, Melodious, Guitars, Quak es, V; tins, F.'otea
Piocolos. Fageolete. Clarionetse#, &e &o.
Meobanioal Locomotives .. .. 72a each
will run backwards and then forwir.t.
Ohtosse Kites 80, .. MMs.-.ry K teg
DOLU-
Dressed & undressed
Hundreds arranged in line for your selection.
The Bonanza

ICiS ESI’AUUSHMIiNT
48 King t amt,
C. id. & i , foprleiora.
AT THIS OLD &WE L K *WN ESTABLISHMENT
YOU OAk iET ;
GROCERIES, WINES, LiQJO vS OF ALL KINDS
Meat of the finest quality, |j our reguUr customers only,
it is not sold for cash.
mWiU, HOUSE FUHHU'I SS x)ODS, EARTHENWARE
Cutlery, Plated War-), Husvare, aud maoy
other items too nutnero 4 ? . > spajtfy.
Wejhave recently transferred alt oir O' • h Liqair and Utrdwaro from
No, 47 co our oera pro niios Mo. 48 nr) iis m >ra compact and hotter
displayed, and wj will ba glai i ».l >j rjtuonrs and the general
*• Hie trill inspect scene at taeir omv uienca .
o au. 2aLA.'jL> , 'ir j*â„¢ 00
lOEEdla-BL' iIMENT.
9th Novr,, 1900-
DAVIDSON & TODD
THUSi jf?»w .A*. iD xil'
m ♦ »<
|- What about your* Christmas Presents
Aoy»bing iv >.ot goid enough. Buy thorn while there Is a
good aaaorimjut to ohuase Into. At the A-cade you oan
have the bast value and genuine quality at the right prices.
. Received Ex 11M.S . “DON.”
ta Mi of MRWARB aud SIiSCfRO-PLifE
Extremely pretty GOODS in the very latest artistic designs.
ALSO
Lovely assortment of FANCY BASKETS
todßaskat Ware in W P. BASKETS, WORK B&SKETS, WALL
_ POOKET Ac , Ac.,
hadies should call early to see these a« the low prices at wbiob
they have been marked must ensure speedy sales.
LOT OF
&. New id Ariist Studio*.
jjy^These are the very latest published and this lot
some very effective studies. Complete
- vJEijfltock of Artists Materials kept in stock, colours
iQ Tubes, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, Pencils,
« Ac, &c, all at the right price 3.
Tuy ;si-K£U'W.
kind^t* 0 Be^ec Ucn of Toys in the island, Toys of every
, Prices to suit every purchaser. All articles marked
® e lowest margin of protit.
Davidson and todd
Tho Arcade,
.. » *

THE PORT OF SPAIN TUESDAY NOVEMB K 27 1900

The Bonanza
———•on
Ladies, Gents & Childrens FOOTWEAR
at prices to suit you-
A larger, newer, more stylish or better atsorted stoek
cannot be seen in the trade.
Our BOOT DEPT ig a Store in itself.
NEW GOODS TRIS WEEK—
Carpet Slippers thick Linoleum soles i«o a pr.lr
Girls Olnih elastic aide boots very neat ~ gQo a p«ir
Ladiep Clcth elsstio side boots just marked
• • .. • .. 960 a pair
Lauiee GlacS kid, cloth top button ,, fin p r ,| r
Ladies ail Glaoo kid L*oe Bent high leg .. 6s a p«ir
Ladies Black kid boots elastic side white
stitching, bead & sl ! k fsfise) only .. #1.20 a p^| r
Glace kid elastic side boot white gtttoMnf,
imitation buttoned... .. ... 5a a pair
Ladies all black kid boot high laced leg
good style ~ ~ .. 6s a pair
Ladies Glace kid buttoned doth ton boot 6s a pair
All Glace kid elastio side toots with white
stitching .. .. .. .. #8.30 ft pal
Glace kid boot, doth tep with daspß .. 10s a pdr
BLACK AND TAN CARACAS BOOTS
Laced Butconed& elastic side.
NEW AMERICAN SHAPES FOR
Gents pnrpoUa hide elastic aide Boot
English shape, ban l sewn .. ~ 480 a pair
Gents (jalf elastic side Boot whole military
front good solo .. .. .. 2.76 a pair
Gmith Brothers & Co.

Quean's
Park
C 1
ON account oi not receiving Fir*
nituro Quejn’s Park Gafe will
not be openei on 15th as adwn
kißecl ; but as soon as n udy the
public will be notii-ed.
JOSE F, RSIS’
CHERRY BRANDY.
LEADS ALL OT HE
dEH THAT YOB GBV
Th,f» detmtae
2AKE NO GfHBB
18 UK SBVaiXBD ax
THf HE# YORK tttTABLIBHIMEKT.
The Bichasge «4 HMk Sib
REIS’S GENUINE CHEBBY
BB«NDY
Tills po|ai!er V ’••l4’, ho»l ; os bel- g
mea for cccktalte, cto., i» also used Id
♦he making of cakes, when, i s fine and
arematio flavour ocnai.lerebW increases
their richness.

it*, o 'â– *'
SPECIAL PAINTS
I eave 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 15c.
Ross' Special Varnish 12c.
BARGAINS
BEDROOM GLOBE L*MP 24c
PARLOUR LAMPS SLOO
AT ROSS’ WAREHOUSE
KlVGßt&Kfil.
-

BICYCLES ' HVi SUNDRIES
EAGLE BICYCLES.
To carry a heavy wd ;ht they bave a
quad stay—Spot oss i pnoa .. ... S6O 00
THE EXPRESS r< rn.v > a few left, this maoh'no will
give you entice , bicycle that wonid’nt,
The Express with mndgv wde o >!v ... 20 dola cash
With Antcmatio Goaator b ske.. 26 dels
Another Ladies Monarch Ciutinless
Tl e?e will he the wheel c>! 1801—No clrty chain, essy
,nnr.inx, oic, »; sl elegant riding,
Our i,pot cash price Ladb a rbo Gents.. 60 dole each
IN CYCLE SUNLKIE'i W. ire well stocked,
OHIOKETING GOODS
Note these New Lines ;
The Pneumatic Surrey Butting Shields, New Mnds il
WrCKET-KEFPING GICVES
CALL AND SEE THEM,
See on, A» o°rk handle Bats .. 7 dole and 8 dola each
A T -oe Dtcck of new Leg Guards some patent makes
BAT TWINS AND PEGS
These well kn.:wn Bite are hero again :
The Clinker, Lords Champion, Exceller, Wiedena
So'eoted, Orawford Patent. R uji Ac., &c,
THE BONANZA

JOSE P, HEIB’
mm BOUQUET
a ISSSJI s a
:C, « i/jj * 9
: a so
L .â–º
1 iism. % a
... g m, „ j
& s w Tha i S
k . a mvrri © c
as -I :.:-A*SM I g
2 i ipNMf : 9
i - 5* 1 ~: LD svjose FjdiS-
i I
The tin ud Pipsto BAR.
wm**m*zt
mu top. if
Y» ftp «bt*licM fct
The Eictwft ltd Migg Sid
RF.IS'S SAN IAGO BOUQUET.
A VERY plop • ! OordiaJ, iqual to
»m' fir a rneny higher
priced Liqueurs. M y be used either
plain or noli'id with soda wster! For
cocktails or punch it Is unexcelled.

The liuansa
A Beautiful lot of Now G' DPS reoeived
this week, it is only possible to enu enumerate
merate enumerate a few, as follows;
All ever Lacra, gcod patterns f. thread threading
ing threading ribbon I.nvet* knotn Ac ?Bi<» wide
, . 36,40, & 48c y» A
■■ ;; k L'-’.cea a -:r ;o> s, pH wi ! tba in
wf'i ; t». on am i»sc Tuscan at 5 6,8, 10, 120 & up,
Black lsc« all ovar hacdacme ptsOcra 48m
wide at .. ~ ~ $2 CO
B?ack iace all vor 24 o wide as ~ 180* »i ’
0 cam laoe a I r*«r 46fn -.vh’c ab .. 2.C0 do
White a; Mr 24'a wld» aft .. 180 d;
Bloc!: A Wb* n e Bcwu eomething new
24 it 48c ©icH
Swaradown trimming .. .. 20c a jard
vOimr nr a Guff »ets i*t plan pique* rrabtoJ rrabtoJt'l-vo'i
t'l-vo'i rrabtoJt'l-vo'i «V" -ilk L co handkerohief *i'k centre SOo each
Lars f.r uzo .. .. ... 400 each
Lsdm.l esc! •!■ >jis har.d’kf bag* difle.ent
shades .. .. ~ 88c
Smallri «fao with ourpa iualde 6cslv .. SOo each
Bin b - dltf bar nicely made and padded
. n'ckel flrdny only .. ~ aOo each
Imftotior. Orocodile leather oval bog <-nly 80c each
Bilk braided w t a military pattorua !Boa yd \ ell
Silk embroide. ed ‘ iona flera! patterns SOo J oolora
Porgre S i k 8 ahesail cob i s 6iln i ng only 240 each
RIBBONP, RIBBONS, RIBBONS.
A !s're ehijrmunt epered up this wojk, these added to
cur p:evioua importation, make an immense and beauti beautiful
ful beautiful atcok < f pure silk acd imitatloo bilk Blbbona, all
widths in pi»ln corded ahk, p!«iu Satin Silk fellies
fai;o’ts etc. cc,i •• w ooiors new styles and novelties.
At cur rofiu ■ beg.—Br|iT*l ffic»ths. Feathers ar.d
eings. Oapie s I'tii ce of Wales Fea hers all ooiors,
Os'rich Featb. ail colors, mounts In shaded colors.
f.EI H BROTHERS d CO.

[ IHE LAN Hi m
FIUE 4ND &Ufa
insurance
f*
uonwih'Y:
UAA’Ii’AL ..fCS.OGfJiOOQ
Pswiiup Oftjpftftl ftnd
FnndJßl i r>4o,o33
T NS UB AN O S 8 eifeoted
A >gafiiclj lubb tt dftmisge by
firo on buildings ima ountenta
of Warehouses, (Moe, Shop
and store premises and SVivat*.
Dwellings at mobotaie sate:).
Prompt and HquUdhle Usiik
iff »
A.gs*ts ’ '
-
The Bonanza.
PoeS-oMb
Trim ,!*.
8.8. “ MANZANABBB.
Ci und the public are heteby
O notified ih»t *ho g.S “Me zun.uV
will be withdrawn from sc vice oleari-
Ing and wpelrs from -hr, 20rh Navemher
to the 12 h December, or> which date »he
will resume her Hr erery by ; he Bcm.horn
route,
18th November, ltti'o
LA'I ' â–  'rVi
A . B I*o A 1 >
»v Wotl hvWi k Vunamvi Telegraph
-)?, Limited
Ft. Thomas, Noy 25th
A prolonged shock oi earthquak
was felt at bt Kitt’s «nd Antigua, a*
7.15 last evening,
Barbados, 25th -
HM S T rent, from Southampton,
arrived at 11.45 a.m with the fol following
lowing following passengers for Trinidad ;—.
Mr and Miss 'tollmeyer Mr and
Mrs Gordon Gordon, Mr and Mrs
Rankin, Mr and Mr* Katehiu and
two children, Mr and Mrs Oipr'ani
Mr Mrs and Miss Riddell, Mr and
Mrs Boutledgu, Messrs Carpenter,
Dyett, Moager, Wils n and Warner,
Miss Dyett, Messrs Dyett, Ward,
Shaw, lllakie, and Stollmeyer, Gen.
Sir Francis Koott K.'J M G and Lady
Fcott, Rev. Merry, Gapt and Mrs.
Sauuders.
New York, Nov, 2G*.b.
Loudon news gTnounoes ibat he
“Daily Exprese” ) it to-oa\’.
ißßon reports *.ba‘. Givorcment
has refused to send twenty thousand
regulars to relieve the game number
in South Afrioa as requeued by Lord
Roberts, in au editorial it oendemr '
the Government’s refusal and ex expresses
presses expresses the opinion that it has beer
done under conditions of m'staknr
eoonomy.
The same paper also stats thn,'
Lord Kilohsner’s plan is to isolate th
Oommandnes, to move lUapi oted noi
oombatants into he garrisuu towm
or larger*, oeeiroy all food supplift.
punlfb Irrachcry by deaih and li
raze ail treasonsblo villages aun
destroy ail farmt er?j :?nf h whtr
the railways or telegraph lines art
out.
A despatch f oi *< u b A r , c -.
repoita lhatGcuutaf L uaocta thc.icd

c 1 »*r i, uaar Ueukport causing
80 casual ties among the Barghars.
Tha ‘ The Mail” ia an editorial
approves of o suggestion made bv
Mr Frederick Greenwood iu the
a-raa paper that the expenses of the
War ha defrayed by a tax on imports.
A Paris despatch states that a
ttju idrgn of Ourrassiers escorted Mr
Erug * io the Elyseu where Presi President
dent President L >ubet received him »a a
SO'-oreku. Tha pjputar enthusiasm
rivals the reception of the Czar bur
bUU no resentme>' â–  is shown in
Kt.g.and as its puiidoa: futility is
ev< rywhete recognized. Mr Kruger
iu reply to an addrt ■-« slates that he
will never cease to aek for arbitration.
iV;eraburg news announces
that tht bulletins issued regarding
tbu z r are reassuring, but it is
rumoured ;aat the strjoi oengorsuip
uxetoised renders tbn news unroll unrollab
ab unrollab t, tnwever, th daily meseagea
i o ..v ni by Quaea Victoria from tha
Czadua fad »o oonfirra rhe aiaimist
rumours iu onouladou.
D. upticoes from Pekin auuounoe
th-'* tho Foreign Ministers have
reached the agreement which will
i u submitted to ,heir respective
Governments for ratifioation before
iis submission to China as an ulti ultimatum,
matum, ultimatum,
Toe ‘ Political Oornapcmdeuoa ”
oi Vienu,. reports that the Danish
West India question will soon be
settled and that if Denmark and
tho Uiu td States fad to reach an
undi fstanding. Denmark will eeta eetahh
hh eetahh n a large Harbour r.ud Coaling
b»a u in her ooiouial possessions
wi'L \ijtuij.n oapltal
A despatob from Qaebeo reports
th"* the coasting s earner “ Saint
Dial’' uas oeen lost with all hands
ct mpris'og twenty-six man off tbo
eoag of Ltbrador,
St Thomas, 2b h.
Tbs Fit noh Admiral ship Cecille
and oiutser Suchet arrived hare yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon.
‘USENI IB7CIS
isw Talk. N< ruin.—i 2*l th
t ' i 'it Mills for hi
W si (milts pu band $4,00
Mtrt-' Kill dried *.25 ia %40
*'*» t.won't f«tk to 13
p 7 ' i i’twk .. ~12 tj 124
j i ystals p.s lb.. 18 8
6u,.„ t | |C floft
' B .olnt ‘ . * 3 7-8
K JatWU SClaim
par gallon ... ~
> rvmiuLa on Gold ~
Bsakuts* £>«* Xoi- 4
fcenden ~~ 4 bl* to 4»i 4
London, November 20th
f biuitMk Qryt Qrytj
j Qrytj tute awl ~ 14 <0 to ISfO
3‘**' ‘ wcvaJc ft IHO la t»/3
| its. can Mutt 'jr
o.b ... . 9/74
i)*tr>tt»*eßom pet gal 1(9 to lfio
f: p! i. I’ :.10a, floe *
' .Mug Lad, pss «« • 73/
■ > cm J- * r, I: k">'f«t SB4
Hank •- ■ -'ilaod tats of
.. 4 p«s v*ut
> ■ ,7 •* VS p* *1
I'biiltsi st Ohnorwl fat
wdftt*. Jesting
per owl 12(9
"bi*« 1 « m» s, Baals*
1.1 V*»i« .. .. 100.80
• As the gr»de of “ Kii- tv Good
1’ fi ! "In low obsolete, it Is od«!mJ
his qu.Sc ' , applies to
kso. cv« 820 tee*" iceleed

M Sros St Ik
J* PAMFSE & CHINESE GOODS
ioveJy lot now being marked off
will be on Sale To-Pay.
Ti:rtse are cnrlrn# and at the ««m« tine useful f
c ! noil! Vrt I] f'l l h oen be seen the wonder wonderm<
m< wonderm< handwork c f tut- J pt„ e»« and Chinese, even dowa
tu (he aks »eh trey —
THIS HIPMENT COWIST OF;-
Widtnrs and trnys all shapes end sizes
Hen ks. hoxiis with keys, ash trays all siz»s
Glove Boxes, Trirket Horn*, jewel ho 3 . 8 f.
To Caddies . innoi- fc . nts in beautiful worked meets]
Curious ornaments, Musical Decanters
Wall plaques differ ant «.?■ s, work boxes
Pictures in Japes’ecu eu'juuts ani frames, sane
Sofa Cushions, See the Tiger *
Obi' ese Tea pots and Tea Kete
Japanese Vases beautiful ayles and oolors
Chinese Fern Bowls, Basiu and Flakes.
Japanese Bead Blinds
C;.pa at d Buuoers. China ash trays
Gold Tinsel Twine 12a a ba’l
P»lm f»ne asserted solo-a Chinese Lnifers
Oil Paintings l LooC work of the hi,heat order In
I* tamed / good and heudeome frames very cheep
Electro-Plated Ware
we hold a large and beautiful stock suitable far Wed Wedding
ding Wedding an Xmas Gifts.
Fanoy Hmbrardeted aud Satin I „ ..
work and Bcmau Work | For Baseam
ESSENCES OF THE BEST QUALITY
IN PRESENTATION OASES.
The Bonanza.

HHltTlNtf NEWS.
. f^ u ‘ I-oust'd Bteamor Miinzanaret .
is likely to sail today for Martinique
to be docked ami cleaned. The
hteamer will rosuuio hor usual coastal
service uu the 12th prox.
The F M.S. Villa da 'longer, Gap*
tain lerorc, 504 cons; arrived on
auuday last, in 23 hours |rom 8t Lucia
with 80 tous general cargo and tha
L, l“ efl «“got8 :—Mr Danger*.
Mr M ue bauiuery and wife, Mr W
WhmuaU, Miss Frifoire, Mr B
Kodriguez and 11 deckers. Bke left
yestotday for Demerara.
ihe D.d.b, Grange Nattau, Osp Osp;am
;am Osp;am \ mdeors, b(JO tons, also arrived
ou burnt ay in 3.9 hours from Demei
rare, with 200 tone general oargo and
dock passengers.
The Vent zuolan Steamer Delta,
Captain it hi on, 236 tons, arrived
ou .buau uight in 30 hoars from
Oiudftd id : var. with 40 oxen, for
uus p rt, . aa 156 in transit, ghe algo
bioughi, the foiiowing paasengen :
Mrs G Wenzel, Mrs K Acosta, Mr A
w*’ 31r a Meroado, Dr H Biera,
Mr 1 W Moyer, Mr and Mrs Buido.
throe children and nurse. Mrs Dolo Dolores
res Dolores Brioefio, Miss M Briccho, Mr Geo,
Gagi< und 2 deckers.
'i'ho Canadian Steamer Ocomo.
Captain Bale. 1,172 tons • , r Zj
yesuruay in 26 hours from Demerara
with 2 tons general cargo and brought
the folio wing passengers . M*u»
Poster, Mr Allred Kibero, Miss S
Adamson, Mr A A and h K Saumej
and 8 deckers, bhe left yesterday
aUaruoon for Canada via the islands
with ihe following p 'Singers :-For
Haidax ; iiev a Thompson
f o Grenada -Mr Is K p ower> Ms
and Mrs Jk Bain, Mrs F A Fiomming.
-nfao 8 ! Vincent—Mr F M Bcbwti,
and 42 deckers for vario Uß j>orts.
The London Direct Line Eljamer
s>a6a, Capj.iu ahektl*, left on Satur.
day evening last tor i enada with 389
cases whiskey, 10 barrels sle, 7 bales
hags. 2 cat.es merchandize, and as pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, she took away Mies Mo Gre Gregor
gor Gregor ana 15 deckers.
Ihe DM. j. Print Maurilt, Oap Oaptaiu
taiu Oaptaiu .Noiman, 1,174 lias left yeaterw
day for Demerara with 302 bales
bamtu, j eaffo »k u, 10 eases feathorg.
708 bags (Trinidad) oceoa, 307 bigg
coprs, 54 bags (Venez) ooflee, 150
salted hides, 236 cedar logs, 150 tons
epuree asphalt, 4 casks coooanut oil
1/ c “ w * bitters, 30 packages mer merchandize
chandize merchandize and the following pas passenger.
senger. passenger. Mr and Mrs B B Short,
Mr aud Mrs Frank, Mrs A Winter,
Hov J M Georts, Mrs B B Short’s
servant and 4 deckers.
Tho American warship “Charleston*
ariivod yesterday afternoon from fit.
Lucia
THE PEOPLE'S BOOt CLUBS *
Tar usual weekly drawings took
place yesterday and the following
nnmbera were the winners, No, 27
of No. 1 Club, No. 29 of No. 2 Club,
No. 21 of No. 3 Club, No, 36 of No!
4 Club, aud No, 43 of No. § Qlq^

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4

MORE LARGE SHIPMENTS
FOR— FORMILLER’S
MILLER’S FORMILLER’S STORES, LIMITED.
♦
Few Dress Sateens, Brocades, Piques, Silks, Muslins, Alpacas, lustres and Zephyrs
A PRETTY LOT OF WHITE HARNESS SPOT MU LINS,
w
Ladies’ Hats—Sailor’s and Fancy Shapes, a fine selection ol Ladies’ Fancy Laoe Scarves, Silk Scarves and Bows, Fancy Fane, Hand Bags— Bagsbeautiful
beautiful Bagsbeautiful designs in Tea Cloths, Tray Cloths, Bideboard 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 * SHOE BEPftBTMEST.
SHOE-MAKERS TOOLS AND ALL NECESSARIES;
Miller’s Stores Limited.

HENDERSONS Co.
“THE TIMES”
A Fine assortment of TWEHSDS. Also Blue Coatings and
Biaok Coatings, Flannelette Shirts at all prices. Hosiery,
We hive just r?celve4 120 doz. Hotr.h Afri r an TIES which will ba acid
al ihe very low price of 6' etch and which is worth 15c.
We have also received 500 doz. of
MUEfiMr*» S»fl| which will be sold j
from Go eaoh to 480,
LADIES BOOT DEPARTMENT.
. 00————
udiea’ Biaok Oloth BOOTS at 3/ 3/6 4/, 4/6 5/. Ladies Glossy Galosh
CJlolh Top Buttoned B iota from 4a to 10a. Ladies’ Glossy Strap
Shoes from 300 to $2.16.
MEN’S BOOTS
IN VARIETY.
Carpet Sappers from 15c to 480. Leather Slippers from f?s to 4a.
Another Large Shipment of
BOYS FAMILY BOOTS
AT OUB GENER&L LOW PBIOHS.
HENDERSON & CO,
“THE TIMES.”
28, FREDERICK A QUHBN BTRIETS.
100 BAGS VENEZUELAN COFFEE ,
GO Cases Vermouth, pints aud quarts—Noilly Pratt & Co.
60 Oases Morton’s Jams.
Just Received per ss. Morava!
Kingan’s Cervelat
SAUSAGES.
do. Vienna
KINGAN’S SLICED BACON. KINGAN’S POTTED HAMS & TONGUE
English Harness Leat her,
AUBTBALIAN SOLE LEATII KB,
FreoLi t’aipmenta of German Dutch Sugar aud Red Ball Beer*
—■ —oo—
P H SCHEEKER & Go

WIFE JiOriOE.
TiJfi Public sra .hereby notified not
#0 gire »oy crodft to my wile Ko Koberoa
beroa Koberoa Pierre, she having loft my home
and protection olnoe the ts th at January,
I«QQ.
bit
CHARLES X PIERBB,
mark
Xork Straat,
IbttWsw.ii, jjj
%•

THU PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE, TL.SPATfi NOVEMBER 27. 1900.

NOTICE.
/ lOSTOMKRS and other perton*
" ' having bualcM* with »he S», P*ul'»
Pharmscv, cori or ol Quonn and Dunc.n
Htree*» «,re he-eby Dotifitd that i hav<>
this dry ’ ’rrthaaed the *,m® and tint
the eald Ph Mr Alfred Richar d* on my behalf,
L- A. BILLIU.ND
| »d No?. U*!

(Continued fbom Pagb 7)
Wi are sfraid our contemporary
has, by publishing the text of the
“ Woodbrook Leases,” committed the
singular though by no means uncom uncommon
mon uncommon fault of proving too much. If
we understand our contemporary’s
contention might, it is that the pro proprietors
prietors proprietors of that Estate possess no
legal authority, (so long as their
monthly rentals are duly paidj to
serve any of their tenants with
‘ Notice to quit” even although such
notioe should be a six-month's one
Now in the textual copy of the lease
published by our contemporary, it is
distinctly stated that “ The Tenancy
is to be year to year, to commencing
on the day of &o” —in other words
both parties agree to a yearly tenancy
and we have yet to learn under what
law an ordinary English yearly
tenancy may n»t be terminated by
either party in giving six months
notice to that effect

CURRENT t.VENfB,
The passengers who were quaran quarantined
tined quarantined on the 14th instant, owing to
the ease of small pox which broke out
on tho ii.M a “ Don were released
yes erday as ernoon The Gulf steamer
• Poria - ’ left shortly after ,*J o’clock,
aud among those who went down were
Major K B Todd, Mr and Mrs
Kramer, Miss Adamson, Mrs Hoops
Drs do Wolf and Knag a s, Miss FcoU,
Mr E Fcott, Mr James Todd, Messrs
Farr, Laus Agostini, P Maingot, Uev.
Walsh, Hon (i Goodwille, Mr Murray
and others. The steamer arriving at
her destination ; Dr De Wolf visited
the islands of Pelican, Rock, Caledon Caledonian
ian Caledonian and Craig, on which the passen passengers
gers passengers ha l,been quarantined and all being
well, pratique was given, and the work
of embarkation oommenced. After a
delay at Pelican owing to rain, the
steamer returned to the jetty.
The passengers all speak highly
of the way they were treated.
A DINUt,
Wo are in position to atuto that
the rumour yesterday, to ihs
1 fleet that the Ooneul bad
r«oeived a telegram announcing
another earthquake at Caraoaa, coin coinciding
ciding coinciding with the one here on Sunday
night, is untrue. Wa also publish
the following information reoeived
yesterday in oonneotion with
Caracal; whloh baa b«en kiudly
forwarded us by a gentleman
in this oommunity “ The people
of this Country being very impres impressive,
sive, impressive, they are still suffering from tbu
terror oaused by the earthquake, and
are atill steeping autos their bouses-
We are still having slight shocks
now and then. Oaraoas Is more or
less deserted, as the wealthy people
uni (hose who can aflord it have
left Caracas (or the surrounding
oounlry distriots.
The seaond detachment of the
T.L.EL went into Barraaks yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon, for a weeks’ aourae of
training.
A shook of. earthquake was
(alt at about 11 25. on Sunday night
laat. The sboek was apparently felt
through the Island, »s. persons resid residing
ing residing in the oounlry distriots say tba
they experienoed it about the same
time, as the oily folk.
Tbe following Is to-day's Court
JUinl— — Asphalt Coy v Pr tberoe and
’ ythvte,

Fixtures at Head-Quarters of the
Trinidad Light Infantry Volunteers
for the week ending Ist December,
1900.
Tuesday 27th—Rifle Practice at
St Clair Bang© from 3 p.m-
Thursday 29th —“ D ” Company
Hide Practice at 8t Olair Range irom
3 pm.
Friday 30th—Rifle Practice at St
Clair Range from 3 pm,
Saturday Ist Dec. —“ 0 ” Company
Shooting Club practice at ft Clair
Range from 3p,m,
Morris Tube practice daily at 3. 30
p m.
NON COMMISSIONED OJTICEBS FOR DUTY,
Tuesday 27th ‘erg! 11 Henley
Wednesday 28th fcergt H Pinheiro
Thursday 28th--Bergt V Jones
Friday 30th Or Sergt J N lhorpe.
SUPREME COURT.
(Before Mr Justice Baynes)
Monday.
Goods .— Rule absolute
for ariminl jn to the mother and
next of k on the application of
Mr J B D. J’ellier.
Goods of Knox : —Rule absolute
for administration to Mr Scott,
local attorney of the person entitled
OGRREbPONIMNCtt.
TO THE EDiroa OF THS POKT-OF-SPAJN
GAZETTE.
Sir,—Your remarks in Iba Gazette
of Friday last with regard ic the
Torpedo Nuisance, «re by uo mean a
ill-timed, ana luliy deserve the at attention
tention attention of the Aushofiiie?. The
use of thesa inUsiies its mi becoming
absurd, if not positively dangerous
Walking out on Friday evening we
were ourselves w t lessee to the fa ! -
iowing :—A gentlem n driving down
with a lady, while proceeding Trcgi Trcgire»e
re»e Trcgire»e road oorusr, near Park street,
one of there ibings was thrown close
to the horse. Tba anim.l reared,
and it is fortunate that the gentle,
man was an < xpart driver
or there would have been an
accident. L»:er on, the s&mo even evening
ing evening while a police effiotr was at the
Park street ooruer, another of those
bomba” was thrown on the street,
Is walked op to the spot; but could
not ’-spot’* the culprit; during that
time several more were thrown near
to him—so muob so that he bad to
leave tbe vicinity without being able
to make an arrest, We think the
â– ale of these horrible dynamite
orackera should be prohibited.
PEDESTRIANS
TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT OF-SPAIN
GAZETTE,
Sir, —Unless more stringent poiloe
meaiures be adopted, that part of
Charlotte street from Upper Prices
to Park atreet, wi I become impas impassible
sible impassible to respeotac e pedestrians,
Where are a number of young
men, and bojs who sit on tbe door doorsteps,
steps, doorsteps, where ihe a are convenient,
and on tbe sidt-walk, from wbence
they tease, annoy, and worry all
passers-by, including unprotected
females. In some instacoes while
peltiug at tbe ooolies, using the moat
obscene language, 'lbe police pstroi
is good in Us way ; but what is te*
quired to meet this case Ir, that a
few offioers in plain olotbis, armed
with full instructions be dheoltd to
make that street their special beat,
•ay from Bto 10.30 and then.........
A PARENT.
[We endorse the opinions of a
" Parent," but we mod adl that it Is
not unfortunately Charlotte street
only that ie tflPoted with tbe
nuisance complbiDed of- Editor /ors-

THE TAMANA ROAD.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT OF SPAIN
GAZETTE.
Sir—ls a member of the Arima
Road Board will only take the trouble
to ride to Tamana, though the journey
is not an enviable one, he will be
surprised to see the condition of the
road At present the weather is very
fair and consequently one can ride
over without ..danger, and thus the
reason for this invitation as to try and
pass over this road in the rainy season
is a matter of serious '. snsideration.
The corduroy is so badly packed in
some places that an animal may leave
one of his legs behind him. » ould
there not be some moans of putting
this road in order especially as the
weather is now favourable ? When
will the Chief P*. O. come over oee for himself, and will the Board
move in the matter ? The Road
Boards are very good and this is an
admitted fact, but the Tainaua Hoad
is bad 1
RATE PAYER,
LEGIBLE IVE_ COUNCIL.
THE IMMIGRATION PENIIONP
Public Works at Gwn Couva.
THE CORPORAL PUNISHMENT AST-
I q adjourned sitting of the Legis Legislature
lature Legislature was held in the Council Cham.,
ber at noon yesterday. His Excellency
Sir 0. 0. Keollys, K.O.M.G , acting
Governor, presiding. There were also
present the Hon H 0 Bourne (acting
Colonial ijecretary), Hot N Nathan
Q. 0. ( Attorney General), floa RB
Todd (acting Horn mundane of the Local
Forces), Hon V Brown, Q.Q. (Solicitor
General), Hon R G Bushe (acting
Auditor General), Hoc W Wrightson,
U M.G (Director of Public Works),
Hon Bir F H Lovell, C.M.G. (Surgeon
General), Hon W H Coombs, R.N.
(Protector of immigrant ), Hon DB
Horsford (Receiver Gtneral), Hon R
H McCarthy (OoU.otor of Customs),
the Unn’oies G T Fenwick, Charles
Leotaud, A P Marryat, liend de Ver Verteuil,
teuil, Verteuil, Kdgar Agostini. Q 0., George
Goodwille, R S A Warner, L de
Verteuil, aud L Uuiseppi,
The minutes of the last meeting
were read aud confirmed.
The Colonial Secretary laid on his
table a copy of a despatch from the
recretary of State in which, in re reply
ply reply to his memorendum of the unoffi unofficial
cial unofficial members of the Legitlative Coun Council.
cil. Council. the Secretary of State bad con.
•enled to tbe pensions under the
Immigration Depat tmeut being m
future charged to Geueral Revenue
and not to ihe Immigration Fund ;
and he authorized the alteration ol
the Uw accordingly.
The AttcrnejwGeueral said no
alteration would be required, the
new Pension law having alroady
maee provision for all Civil list pen pensions
sions pensions to be so charged,
Mr. de Verteuil expressed his
gratitude on behalf of the unofficial
members, for the interest taken in
the matter by the Secretary of State
and only regretted it had not been
deemed well to order Ihe amount*
already paid for pensionae out of him,
vote to be returned to the immigra immigration
tion immigration fund.
The Governor said he had strongly
supported Mr de Vertuil’s resolution
in his despatoh to tbe Secretary of
Btate; and on hia suggestion Mr
de Verteuil moved the striking off the
agenda of the adjourned motion ;
« hich was agreed to,
The Attorney General laid on the
table Ihe reports of the Committee
to which ordinances 5,6, and 7 on
the Order Paper bad been hy the
ChmwU referred (lie said tbe report!

W C. ROSS & COY,
Have now opened all their usual BUDply of flood things for the
SCiVIiVR SBASDNi
v-
York Hams, K if.ra Qhjove, Qoula Obsess, Roquefort Cheese, Oamembert Gh*mt
Morte' - «»lls ShU"»pte. Hla. uiF*. Oakes Jam*, B.isieg, Fig*, Grapee. PruQM, Ou f rtntt
Nougat , Ohocohte, Fr.vnoh B nbons. P;um Puddins, Fruits in Syrup, Affoitad
yrups, L quaurs. Wines, Champagne; Meet and Chandon, White Star, Venn
Clique t At:
Conserves Alimentaires from the well known houses of Mes&i
Bodel Fils & Philippa & Canaud.
P«tioe G-u Truffi, Pato da B-aoisse Ziufis, Patsdl
P’uviers Truff-*, Pstv de TrnflV, GuHnFlue de Vokiile, Bauoisson ds Folm
Gras T nffj. Smo'sies Truffa Eplnohu'en de Trnffj*, Petit Poisau Beurre,Petit Pdt
Fins &c„ &r.,
Sea our Pfttsintie Boxaa of Obroilatoa, Cosaques Surprise PankagM
Xmas CanJp, Stnta Cbus S'ockings aui FANCY EaSKETS-A SpeoiaUty
W c. ROSS & CO.
GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
1 sin him—iwh u- - in si, I---,- ——ra

AND OUTFITTM,

I take f tho present opportunity of thanking my nam&rohi
friends" and patrons for their past support and beg to say
have just received my supplies of
X.IYIB.S Goods
Which consist of NEWEST RPYLES bought from them theming
ing theming markets in Europe and America, my stock
dent Silk, Volt £ Straw W
Are the largest and best asiortment that has ®’ er ,
offered to the Trinidad Publio. lam weU known for “>
ing the nevsoet styles in
Gentlemen's Ties and CoIIM
And have just opened; a new assortment also Ja atrLiMy,
of Gent’s tWhite!and Colored Shirts, Underwear anarw
• w well
My Roady-mad* Clothing Depart
stocked and is under the charge of an experse
All Garments bought are guaranteed to fit as “„ ul \
aud at ha.f the price by Tailoring Esta j
The Ladies’ and Childreu have not been
have aleo received a new aDd select assortment o a )|»pak
Children’s BMIOR HATB-new atyles, colours
Hat Bands or every description All Goods ire
prices to suit the times, my system of business
cash,
You are invited to call aud iuspect my stock and
value that is being offered.
waterman
The Hatter Sc Outfitter,
14, FREDERICK til. _ IBLBPHONB

11 Wsriel S.
Port-of- Spain,
TRINIDAD,



SEE 008 SPECIAL LINES OK
Alpine Felt Hats
Ai 480 up.

The Latest Novelties for Men
ARE FOUND AT
Goodwille <& Wilson.
The “ RANFURLY,” the latest in Ties, Oxford Ties, Derby Ties, Bows. PYJAMAS—Coloured Striped
Cellular, Silk Oxford—a new material, Silk, Oxford, Flannelette from size 36 to 44 and at best possible
values. BLACK OREBB SASHES.
father Beits. Mar Skis go’ll, silver and pearl
CYCLING HOSE, Lisle Thread Books, New Zephyr Shirts, Lisle Thread Undershirts.
BOYS WHITE NAVAL SUITS
with Coloured Braided Collars, Boys’ White Norfolk Suits, Tweed Norfolk Suits

What is it ?
Only this
THAT
MBTiy I HR'S
Have just received another large shipment of
Xmas Goods
Comprising mat*y hn'table lines for
GENTLEMENS WEAR.
*
Ihit swell Suit; you', had laei Chris'm n wa6 bought at
METIVIER’B.
fuMt up»to«date Collar and Tie • also nought at
METIVIEB’S.
lon had your choice of |a Shirt from * ’arge variety of
kinds that were displayed at METIVIEB’S
shat Hat with stylish band that you w ra to the races
was also bmßht at METIVIER‘B.
We could mention scores of p a intd Customers who boy their
holiday oitire from METIVIEB’S.
Wt cm please more if you wi” on'y give us the opportunity. Our
Miortment is large and varied this 83 » >», ail we will esteem ii a favour
if you will affrru as the pleasure of pi ci is; you on the list of our satisfied
tutomera
——— oo
J R METIVI GR & Co.
42, King Street. La Favobita,
Robert Henderson
Bootmaker & Leather Merchant
BEQS to announce to his OuHtomori anil the General Public that he is
jmtin nceipt of a fine shipment of Mew Leather Materials for
THE CHRISTMAS TRADE •
New shades In Brown, Tan &o , L»rge Selection of Box-Calf, Willow
ClU.Diwrond Calf, Glaoe Kid, Patent Calf, every description of Fancy
I*atber kept. The only plaoe in Town where suoh fine Goods can be
•Wired. We make this onr business.
At present our Workshop is crowded with Bespoke Orders
IF YOU DON’T WANT 10 BB DISAPPOINTED,
Maos, your Order Early. Now is the Time.
ROBERT HENDERSON,
THE BOOT MAKES.
Frederick Street.
®USPHONE No. 6.
mm i^—— .
THE BEST OF WINES
B SNIXO
Q THE GREAT HEALTH RESTORER-
S** for icvalids and lovers of pure wine by h-4
J. Ckaiohbau & 00., of Bordeaux.
£■3 RECOMMENDED BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION, qq
"Htobeobtaiuei retail from the principal atores; and wboletale
from agenta for Venezuela A W. Indies, CJO
|hm2
(Q Mj. TAUBEL & 00. Corner of King!/* Charlotte Bt. p-
W At Ban Fernando. from L W BONYUN A CO.
SO±IN3a NVSI

THE PORT OF £FAIN GAZETTE TUESDAY: NOVEMBER 27.1900

CALEDONIAN HOUSE.

were unanimous and ha would give
notioa that at tha next meeting they
be adopted.
The Colonial Secretary laid on the
table the quarterly returns of Ra Raoeipta
oeipta Raoeipta and payments, and the quar quarters
ters quarters Immigration aoaounts.
Mr Goodwille said at the last
meeting he gave notice of a question
upon the importation of carriages r a
household effeo&a ; but did net geo it
on the agenda
The Governor said it had been
already aoswered at once ; if the hr,o
member wished further information
ha must give fresh notice.
Mr Goodwille then gave notioe f
a resolution for nex-. meeting to
amend the Custom 3 tariff si as or>!y
to admit as household effects free of
duty goods whioh had been in Ga Gain
in Gain the country from which they w?r<,
uow imported for one year at leas'
Mr Agostini : Is it still really a
fact, that household tfibotß are h -
minted duty free ?
The Attorney General : Undoub Undoubtedly.
tedly. Undoubtedly.
Mr L de Vartaull asked whether
nil due precautions to avoid the out outbreak
break outbreak of disease by reason if ;h !
sewerage exoavAtiox*B on South Q>j v
were being taken? He asked the
question as it one which wt*
exoitinq considerable public Interest
in oertain quarters
The Surgeon General replied that
vorything postibh was being dorr.
There was co reason for asxiciy
Dr Dioksoo, jtho medical officer of
public health, had paid a .veral vie' a
to *he spot, and taken ail due pit pitctudone.
ctudone. pitctudone. A liberal s pply of diair -
f,i0i...r.i8 had been g en on' to tfce
Sewerage Department.
The Colonial 8 orelary moved that
this Oo.suci! approves of the expen.
ditnr* of a sum not ixoeedlng
1,245 16 R for tbe par lots of 'and with he buildings there thereon
on thereon at Gran Oouva, the proper y of
Mr V Gome* and Messrs G K Alston
& Co. T : is has be°n reommsnded
by Finance Committee. The snbjsot
S 3 to acquire site for medioai uiticers
residence and Court house ; and will
leave present medical offioara’ resi residence
dence residence for po'ioe station
Mr de Verteull asked for more
explanation with regard to what has
b come of other lands which were
purchased acme ye»rs ogo for the
eeme purpose, and upon whioh
nothing has yet been doi.c- In June
last, other land* ter a prist offioe
and Warden’s offioe were required,
and the only tbiog done so far, has
been to pall down and sell the build building
ing building for half their oos», and he would
like to know how much money
would be required o complete the
buildings
The Colonial Seor.Vry said, bad
tne member attended the Finance
Committee, he would have had ail
the information he now required.
The Governor said be could Rive
the explanation required. Four years
ago great difficulty had been tx txperiouaed
periouaed txperiouaed in getting a suitable
residence for the Medlosl Otiicer oi
Gran Oouva, in fact no nI»C3 at all
oonld be iound, at,d one had to be
built for him by the Government ;
the only site being one at Brarß)
Caparo near the Railway station,
whioh was not suitable, as it had a
rum shop on ooe side and a Por Portugese
tugese Portugese provision shop on the other ;
not 10 yards off. It was not a
suitable plaoe for ladies and children.
This sire had been approved of for
a Police Motion instead of the present
one which was in a rmted bouse
Then they purobased the present
building ofGomea A Alston whioh was
at every reasonable ra e Ita site
was good, and it was on tha top of a
bill so that it got all the breeses ft
w»e aurrounded oo two aides by n
cocoa estate, -od oa the other by

the main road It was an altogether
'-harming site with fine roads and land
giving ample room for a garden and
« tennis court: and they could not
build him a house for such a low
price With all due difference to the
Hon. Member f.r Ca ;r.i, Mr de Ver Verticil,
ticil, Verticil, it was more central than
the present one The buildings were
new and weald give them a Police
Station, Doctors quarters, Post Offioe
and Wardens Offioe, and Court
House, within 100 yards of each
other in a centra! position The pre present
sent present Court House at Tortuga would
be ebolisbed
Tfce Colonial Feoretary moved
shat this Council approves of the
expenditure of a sum not exesediog
.£262 31} be : ng the cost of a oertain
alter ttiona whioh it is proposed to
maie to the Treasury Buildings for
aooommodation of the Government
Savings Bank. This bad been ap«
provtd by the Flnanoe Committee
and was the neoesaary outcome of
new division of߻vings Bank
brom the Treat*. ./ The ptluolpal
nhange will be iue removal of the
Saw f’gs Bank downstairs.
M” Goodwille did not oppose the
rero'uilon ; but drew the attention cf
•he whole Treasury to a site Usa
dangerous in oaseof tire from its
prcx'mlty to the Bounding Ware Warehousp^
housp^ Warehousp^
Mr Fenwlok Bald the same danger
attended all the bocks and papem of
the Treasury and Hayings Bank.
Nothing t ouid save ibem in case of
a large fire.
Tne Dirootor of Publio Woiks
pointed out that there were strong
epeoUliy made fire proof safes and
vaults ; besides which the burning
rum would more easily flow into the
sen than to the Tieisury.
The Resolution was passed.
The Colonial Beoretary moved that
his rtsi/uinn that this Oounoil ap approves
proves approves of ho p yrrent of the sura
of £6B. 17. 10 to Mr R P Gibbs.
Assistant to the Imm'grad :-n Ag«U‘.
at Calcutta, in respect of iha propor proportion
tion proportion of the sa’uy payable by the
Trinidad Government for the present
year, be postponed.
Agreed to.
Mr Agostini asked when the first
coolie ebip would be here,
The Protector sa'd be had as yet
heft'd nothing of the sailing of the
ship. One was believed to have left
cn *l*o Ist of November, in whioh
case i would be due about the Ist of
February,
Mr Fenwlok asked if it was not a
fact that so much time bad been
ocaopled inpe tingeff tha Mauritius
co.jlies * hat the ogent gee oral bad
bad no lime toaltmd to Irlnldid?
ibe Prcteetor said it was so ; and
D nr nr t had received ali her coolies.
Ho did not think It fair and bad
referred it to the Governor,
His Excellency sa ; d be was in
commanicftiicu on the question
already
Ibe Attormy-general moved the
second reading of an Ordinance to
amend the law relating to oorporal
punLbmr ni and as there seemed to
bo soma misunderstanding and mi minpphrehenbion
npphrehenbion minpphrehenbion as to the nature of
khe new Ordinance be wished to say
that it was not c ne whioh introduced
any rew law. It* only object was to
consolidate into ma brief enaoiment
the provisions rs the 18 old Ordi Ordinances
nances Ordinances at present in force relative to
oarporal |> alteration in the new law
was one mads under the direr,
tlon of the Beoretary of State
who oonatdere i the maximum
number of ashes should not exceed
24 instead of 36 as at present. The
AttorneyGeoeral o jnc'uded by laying
that in the put if a rxngutra'e
•an enoda man to be tlrgged (or
ptrbi*%i laroatiy the Governor bad

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For Raoing or Shooting Meetings, Very sman sportsmanlike
in Cheviots and Scotch Tweeds from 8 dollars.
NORFOLK JACKET SUlTS—some special ranges showing at 10 dollars. RACING FROCK COATS
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discretion to amend iha flagging If
the flagging was for any o'.hsr cflenoe
fhen tha Governor bad no powtir
but as a matter of faot the Governor
exercised »he power in ail oases The
Judges of the Supreme Oanrt. wo's
especially in respect to the Infliction
of corpora! punishment, very oarotui
in considering It. Judges erred, hut
the tendeooy in their mind was *.
shrink from all severity whenever
they felt they could, Someiitnes
gentlemen who did not occupy tbai
position did not tbiok so careful’v.
In addition to the alteration in
section 5 he recommended t * their
adoption the alteration he had tn.in tn.inticaed
ticaed tn.inticaed with regard to the rest of the
ordinance. It limply deeiared the
law as it was. Tnere was no alter*).
tion hat it abolished a number of
ordinances which had been piled up
unneoesiarily and uasoientifically,
bit by hi*, bringing one offense
and then another, under the operation
of the law and in triflin'.; cases let',log
oft tha li;tU boy—the whole of
which however came under the
head of eorporal punishment, and
for the purpose of Inoorpora iug ihe
whota cf thr, lsw of co pu'.i*h pu'.i*hment
ment pu'.i*hment be moved h iseooud reading— readingwhich
which readingwhich was agree! to.
In commiuon tbe Attorney Ganr rit!
explained that the discretion of the
Governor was extended to o her
cases, but as to p)»iifti laroeuy it
was the same as it had beer.
In reply to Mr Agostini be said iho
other ordinances were for ou*M ip,
burning honses, attempting to eet
fire, and ho 00, He (the Attorney
Geueral) was not responsible for this
ordinance. When it oime to amend
ing the law he should have sonon
word* to say, but the objeot of this
ordinance was to swoeip aw ay n lo*
of incoherent statues as regards th
two schedules and I*3 hoped it wcuid
not be supposed thvt ho w*s lo ar y
way in approving of the selec selection
tion selection of the punishment, Thlc w,
3lmply acluaosiug o'dirianoo getting
rid of a lot of rubbhb.
Tne ihi:d readiog of *ha ordiauno •
was eventually passed,
OTHBB BUBIMKBB FOSTPONBO,
The Attorney-General said there
was nothing farther they could yo
on wi h to-day that be kaew of. H
had given notice to move the adep.
tion of a report.
The noting Governor spoke ts
eomo other ordintnee whioh w>* in
the hftnda of tha printers and wool,
be ready by next meeting.
M** Fenwlok gave notioa «f h e in intention
tention intention to ask that the whole of th
correspondence between the P.e
Offioe, the Lords Comm ssioners of
tbe Ttt-atury and the Royal Mail
Steam Faoket Company be laid •
the tab'e.
The ftc-ing Governor: lh» n
obj oJco, I bolieve (here is no*
great dt-ai in if, The Caunoil v.il
be speaiftlly eummored on th*
or s?b of next month to e va«r io
the Governor, Bir Alfred Moloney.
I now adjooro the Oouaoll sine die.
IRIHIDATm ASSO ASSOCIATION.
CIATION. ASSOCIATION.
THIBD DJY’d BHOOIING,
DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES-
Tub 21at Annusl Oompatition cf tLc
Trinidad Rifls Asioyiatlcn ws* br. u h*
So a close - ath«
Tba competitor* bad bean •bowing *oui<
excellent sh oilrg on e
F’fday ; but Saturday’* abcetir g *o'
paaped that of th* day* p-evioue. Pc*
tibiae werem*l< Mined aim »tthr. i g’-- n 1
th# event* Mr T Paak i pet on t (n»
bulla a* f>oo yard* In th# " Q.ic Or'i'l. and
W-I* n PHb ’’ and a. pots’ll o v*»
in ■oby Mr iu the »i to c ni; |.
, Uvc, OlLax poMlblae we.e ateo mt ...

SEE OUR
STRAW HATS
All new styles with fancy or plain band.

Iu the afternoon tha Ladle* competition
v-Ith Morris Tabs Ammunition lock
pLoe , and among the ladle* who com'
feted wo’a: Lad? KuoHys, Mi**
Knollrs. Mr* 8 D Wood. Mr* WrighUon,
Miss Bir t, Mr* Norman. Miaae* Hunter
(«»‘ ) Mi«* Oollens and Mbs Darwert.
t he winners were t l*t Ml** Knoilyt, 2nd
M'ps t’o’lons. 3rd Mia* Bird, In th*
1 itevotea'" oompetition, the winners
ware Mr Wight Ist and Mr Kiroaldic
2nd. At tbe oloaa of tbe shooting, the
members and gueata repaired to tbe
R’.age building where Lady Kuollya die dieriba
riba dieriba ten the prlaa*. The place was neatly
d«:oratei for tha ooonaion. and among
’b(sa« prere t we noticed Hie Exoallo cy
•ha Goverior, Lady Knollya, Mi«S
K ioiiy*, Hon W and Mrs Wrightsoo,
M nH O aud Mr* Bourne, Hon Oom Oomtimude'
timude' Oomtimude' O mba BN, Mr Mrs aud Mia*
L >sie, deft and Mr* H D Wood, Mr
O ar* one Lryne, Mrs W 8 Derwent,
Mfpr B B Todd, Mr Bury IWska, Mr*
’ V'Uem \tr Georgs Alalou, Mr Htepheu*,
Mr. and Mrs. Waddell. Mr, and Mr.
Hoftdley, Mia* Bird, Messrs Smith
Htuart. To Jd, Maradan, Bae. Farr, Mea Meadon,
don, Meadon, and aevarai other* Tbe drawing
for the Lidies prises then took plaoe
w-Hh *b« following result* ;
Mrs R. T. Reid ..Rev, W M Springer. .La .Ladies
dies .Ladies dressing bag.
Miss Stuart,.,Re*. W M Springer
Miss Rosa deSou*a..Mr J W Meyer,.Waiter
Miss Evelyn..liushe...Mr J W Meyer..Ladie*
Brushes.
Mrs W M Springer..Mr J Adie..Bread
Board.
Lady Knollys..Mr A A Wight.. Pair candle candlesticks.
sticks. candlesticks.
Miss E Vascoccelles..A Warner.. Ladies
parasol
Mrs Blache Wilson.,A H Wight.. Hot water
pot
Mrs C B H Boissiere..Mr S II Tappin..
Silk shawl.
Mrs C W SeotU.Rev. W M Springer
Mrs B Smith..Mr A Warner.. Handkerchief.
Mrs Davis..Mr T Peake..Cruet-stand
Mrs R McKen*ie.,Mr R P Mackenzie..
Powder box.
Mrs J A Rapsey,„ll* J Adie..Gold beooch.
v rs J W Arbuckla..Mr T Gibson.. Jelly dish
Miss Collens..Oapt S W Darwent..Bell
Mrs R 4 MclnleJi.tSix C C Knoliyi..Gold
brooch,
Miss F Logie..Mr S H Tappin..Butter dish
Mtss M Tappin..Mz T Gibson.. Card stand
Miss Lily Harragin..Mr T Peake..Box
Essence.
Miss Durity ...Mr â–  Gransaul.. Photo frame
Mrs RJ Miller._Rtv. W M Springer.. Fan
Mrs S D Wood..Mr T Peake..Ladies bag
lb. piise* woo dating the three day’s
*J inpotirioa were than dLtribated, as
well a* the prises won daring the
monthly competition. Tho wiuneri of
ho “ Uauge Prise*; the 16th evant all
retnruo I their prpes |o the aasooiatlon
tha following were the result* of Satnr.
days khoctiug
Trie Uharlea fftollmeyer Ohallerge Cup
6 r< mda at 200, 6 at 603 and 6 at
600 y < l»—Open to all oomare—
Eotrano* Fee 2 do!*
Bcv. Springer 72 points Ist Prize—C.C. A #l2
C B Morman 70 „ 2nd „.. .. 8
A Warner 08 „ 3rd 1
Cant Darwent 07 „ 4th 5
R P Mackenzie .. sth 3
J Addie .. oth „ .. .. 2
L'hj Wi ■ >d Challenge (Jtip—s round* at
2006 at 500 and 6at 800 yard*—
O *>Q to all oomara. K .traooe Foe
2 dolt
C I! Norman 71 pts. Ist Prize—C.C. & #l2
Kev, Springet 71 „ 2nd ~ .. .. 1
A Warner 62 „ 3rd 6
A R Wight 68 „ 4th 5
Mjr R Johnstone 63,, sth .. 3
j Adie 03 J 6th ,• .. .. 2
Iha G olw de and Tfilaou P t*o—7
nun<* at 200,7 at SCO nnd 7 a*
60i) yard*—Open to all comers, Hu Hu•
• Hu• ranca F,w 2 dole.
T Peake 98 ptj. Ist Prize—ln Kind.
Rev, Springer 90 „ 2nd #8
ft Warner 56 „ 3rd „.. .. 6
CB Norman 94 „ 4th „ .. 6
I W Meyer 93 „ sth 3
A R Wight 88 ~ 6th 2
HE- The Governor’* Cup—7 roandi st
2007 at 600 and 7 at 600 yard*—
Open to members only, Entrance
Fee 2 do’*.
C B Norman 97 pts Ist Prise.. Cup or £&
\ Warner fl# „ 2nd . .. #8
Mr Meyer 94 „ 3rd .... .. 6
J Adie 92 „ 4th 5
I Peake 91 „ sth „.. .. S
Mjr R Johnstone 91 pts 9th 9
The Hiegert (- halleoge Oup—7 rcuud* at
2 4) ytrds—Qperr to member* oniy~>
Botra r oe Fee 2 do/s.
J W Meyer 31 pt» Ist Prise.. C.C & #l2
r Adie $0 „ *ml 6
Warner 28 ~ Ird 6
Kev Springer 28 ~ 4th ~ •• •• 6
ali Tappin 22 ~ 3th „.. •• 3
C B Ncrurau 14 ,« 6UI „•• «• 2

Russell t h
14a, Fred. St,
la the pboe to so for Real Bargt lof,
IN LADIES BELTS
We effet several Good and Cheap
Lines,
Web Belts with Booklet
SILK Bo do do
KHAKI & UEI) do do
TAN A BLK. LB \THER with Backlit
WABHING BILK do do
mmrmm* • g • mmmmrn
FEATHER - STITCH BRAIDS.
A large hs uutinei't t A beauti
fa'lot cl Hailt os suitable tit
Trimming Hats.
White aod Colored Sfik
FLOWBBB & 80888,
PLUMES ASSORTED MOUNTB
Hur Merst!».-'0 H *n< kerchiefs, In
White Cream end Oritneon, are
josk the linos to suit wholesale
buyer.
SeFg«i, Ooatingt, T weed*,
Flannels
A good efs, .r* ment— Wo>! and
Cashmere Shawm,Bilk Foulards,
White Lspivifc MutHns, Draolne
Muslins, Art
WHITS ft FARCY KMBROID’R'D
—• ASIA
NPOTT’D MUSLINS.
White Brocade*, Mat, Cloth—eome fttf
tioe patterns.
SKIRT CLOTH 30 inofaea
[wide
Juat a few patterne «t on If 10 cents
per yard, Borne beau* ? til pieoee of
Check’d nnd Striped A .>byn, Ueai
MADRAS Handkerohuia,
L‘%ffl. DEMKD
Now Goods per every Stour.
RUSSELL « CO.
JUS! RECEIVED
BY
French Steamer
Grayer e Goeeae
Rooquefort, Cam.nabert, Cheelar,
L intro y, Brie, St LerAja*,
GotgAßSola.
8 jaoistone Lyon and D’&ikm.
Fraite, Chris talliew. Noqgft|4
Noagatioe*. Fandaatr, Driftm,
Baoboow. Praline# aO.
Boland’s Pharmacy,

5



6

Th* Aggie**** Prjß8 * “ Onmrted or
â– ecreti made In C nepeMtlcei No*,
1, 2, 8,4, 6, <», 7,8, *», 11, ‘2Mu ‘2Mu-18
-18 ‘2Mu-18 ’
A Warner 694 pts Ist Prise. .G.C.M & f i'-
Rev Springer 68C ~ 2nd ~ •.
T Peake 665 „ 3rd ®
C B Norman 664 ~ 4tb ~ .. •• ■’
J-Adie 658 „ sth *
j W Meyer 64l ~ 6th ~•• ••
Barge Pri*M-‘iCe, 60P *n 6 0 ytr *—
Pi eeented by Milk ’« Store* Umi «
Warner 33 pts No 12, 200 yds. Prize |5
T Peake Tie 35 pU No . 12 500 yds. .»
J W Meyer r
J Adie Nos 1
Mjr Johnstone „ 4 Tie 35 pts .. *0
Rev Springer „ 8
At the oiroioafon of lU> disirihuU n
of prises. M*jv WV M K -m< be
fleeirei tejeey a few word* >" c' ! e-j n
I,lth the sh.ioti g ‘b's y«„r, which he
considered' was theb ’ > th ■ ‘ !
done a* tha Dnii-’f 1' *»*■**'* s -
there bad bao; 18 pceri'.ils* m-e whkh
•poke a great deal for the 'fiiora cy o'
the ne* rifle as well a* for the Uligenca
of the mem bet acf the nun option He
•omewhat regretted that tin # »•« tot
that influx of mt in: era at pr*nm. wbfc*,
they bad hoped to tea a- h< t-oglnoltg
of the yen r. They were jr. ally i e .it
to certain member* cl (bo 1 anna: iff
for priza* among whom were Meisria
Gordin, Hoariley and e*peui* l y ‘- j- r
• U Rafferty, who bad exercised 1* df »1 • i
energy in correction with the eeaedati «.
this year. Theee pthnadid a gtest do
liy way cf drawing new member* into th
Aaeocmtion. There were at present 70
â– hooting members on the rull as c in inpared
pared inpared with 40 of laat year and he hoped
soon to see others coming forwjrd to
•noouraga the noble and manly sport
which had done ao much for sb« Bmpi o
this year and which in the future m ght
do aa much for Trinidad. Ha h*a to
thank Bis Excellency and L.dy K <â–  i- a
for their presence ; the letter eared* !/
tor presenting the prize', and His
Excellency for the irtareat ho ha t :tk- *>
in the Anocia' nâ–¡ln the p-:#!. aa wad a
the present. Hp also desired to cc ccgratnlate
gratnlate ccgratnlate him on havina r-.ken p r ft.
the shooting, and on h a suooeas in wir -
ning some of the prize*. Time prevent a
him from saying more and in cm elusion
he begged to thank hie country friend*
who had taken part in the c mp. i t
and desired to oongratu’.Ve lb>m ■ n
their inoceaa In ospturii g*o many of i e
prises. He hoped that the?- nice
would be a means of 0o n i- g r . 1
members In tho oonotry t j uk> A A
- A sad would sum-.. Ihno :l
they were heartily ne'e m .
The ao ii g G vernor that, v
tborema ks of Major Koch, p ~ *. ,
yery little left for dm t < y - »;
gentleman had wfmoet raid in
desired to Bay cr otu'd hn 1.. d. H
dersed h ! a ivma.ks In cft sail w
the sucoeae cf th« ebrotiug ‘inn ; » 1
WB» pleaslog to a“0 old f h « uwia.
back and winning m re ui, r,
wondered where they w. uld ; u |
The liter at abuw n the comp. *! f
this year wan u- coub'wliy g •}.
pravlcui years, su- which ti tb u â–  -
was tho reau! o! ;w hingr k’t ,
because there had he® • mo. a era > -
tiara and more p iacM, f ,• w’., ch > ,
Were obliged to the- -ity.r, n.-d •, on
the war in Siu'h Air; a -.ho 1
bio 1 ght heme to tb# m>’j » cf 1
Xngltehmen the moai *'t» fr fum'liv.
iaing themso’vp* with «h» u«h ff r r 11.
He did not- me-n that the os« n* *h» ;
aifia was the cniy "H p for s : â–  ic
know bu wi hunt : '•« w 1 t. r y mu ;•
lgeod: Althrugh iha T fi A
0 mbir e i wi i ib• li c •
sme that In rh» time cf mu ;■ c .
membeta, to a ma-- w u j 1 •
of heir oouatiy os ;f*h" .. ,
wsetu e this feed ~ls i * ,
nnitibe- to j in and hot’ h>i ti i«
interest w u'.J co'.tii u -1/ g
in the c rainy jw. Si u do !.!»
beat to b*lp i tw«ra the ot *
a uch a* p ec f Me and h p<- • h evevy
X' BKiter would Co tho t i a a p
Ct: ,T ban in tbe p .m, O. b 1.. i, f \ <>
esnoc’aUon he be» 4 o who had given pri* -s io tho j, -• tn a« f
aa in the present years, %m < an: v h m
were Mesas a G. rrion. « «d)ey atd ts j r
B'fferty aod fcvua'ed that they wou d
repeat their go- eri'sit y ? ext p i Th«
membrtre of tho sscoUtioo tvo.o nl*
Indebted to Mcj .t Koch h i »• e,. „ c
Beoretary C ptaiu 0 1 « a BnVln*p 0 <.r
Notmsu) and tiorg -M j r Bammo f
their in’eieot It, oouclu i .i>. ho VO u
to that k their count y frlo ,’s wh » h*
congratulated on their success H
aaked them to always bel'av., 1 ,r
Waleoict and also ttat thefr hi e-...
aa well at even a oloser paaDol./kn w, h
tbe city members was cerirabu* so l-«
faburw eo »* to farther the progcß? of i e
AtiGo’atioc.
CITY POLICIfi UOUiiv
(Before Mr H P Hobson H.J.P,)
Monday.
CONVEYING A IOWL.
A boy by the name of CluUtey, was
charged by Detective Sergt, Holder with
conveying a fowl at St. Ann’s Road on Sun
day morning last sus|»ccted to have been
stolen, The defendant's mother was ordered
to give her bond of /,'it) Joi him to come up
for judgment if called upon within the nest 3
months,
OAUNK ON railway I RUMISRS.
Moses Brown was charged by Sergt. Hock
pf the Railway Department, with the above
Offence on Friday last. Defendant was
fined l THROWING MISSILE •„
'sdward ami James lletcher weie
t vpectively by con-tables Holder and
'Jay!. ith the alxjve ofltnee, The defeu defeudan'
dan' defeudan' > -re fined respectively fie and lOs or 7
days,
assault.
Alfred Pollonait wa*. charged by l.ance
Curporal Harris with s' .suiting and bt.um
Joseph Constautrnc. The defendant «a:s fined
£2 and costs or one month.
IXIYALTY.
A number of Volunteers wcr> chari ,
Sergt tfiijor Ifamiiionil, with failing r
fines varying from 5» io £2 1" , in' I r
breach of Volunteer Krgida'i
cases the defendm: otlunj t , .J. 1
finer,, i/ut were ird. n.c
that the, were not : i ..
he simply required to t now wl r
been paid or not The n, iar
that the defendant
coraplai’ic ' gimentaJly n , ...
fit. In another <. < a defer, uni ... . i
Jrith having failed t» camth. < j\ rnm'i

THE fOBT OF SFAIN OAZETTE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2? I*ro.

capitation grant; not having put ialhe neces necessary
sary necessary amount of drills. Tbe complainant stated
in connection with this case that the defen defendant
dant defendant had been absent from the Colony for
sometime, having gone as Government dis dispenser
penser dispenser on board a Coolie ship to India : but
before his departure had failed to .tequaint
them of his intended departure, and had also
failed to return lire uniform. An order for
payment of 33s (tbe 4 amount of the capitation
grant) was made. In other cases orders tor
payment were made and time granted, with
one exception ; it having been stated by the
complainant that the uefendant in this case
was in tbe habit of going down the Main
without even obtaining leave. An appeal for
time was made by the defendant to the com complainant,
plainant, complainant, personally ; but the latter having
refused ; stating to the Magistrate that he
would be glad to get nd of tins defendant, as
he was no use to the corps, and order for
immediate payment was made, or in default,
10 days imprisonment.
ABUSIVE LANGUAGE.'
Augustus Johnson was charged by Gertrude
Webb w.tb making use of very abusive lan language
guage language to her, at he residence in Barrack
street on the 24th ultimo. Mr A E Hen Hendrickson
drickson Hendrickson (instructed by Mr R M T Prizgar)
prosecuted, and Mr Gaston Johnston de defended,
fended, defended, After having heard the evidence on
both sides, His Worship said that in view of
certain tacts which had been elicited in the
evidence against the complainant's character,
it was quite probably that the defendant had
used tire remarks complained of and a fine of
10s was inflicted.
f here was a charge against the last com complainant
plainant complainant Webb for keeping a Brothel, pre preferred
ferred preferred by Detective Constable Gill, Mr
Gaston Johnstone prosecuted and Mr A E
Hendrickson defended, f rom the evidence
f.r the proseoatiuo, it seemed that from
Information received tbe complainant and
constahto Mcßweene were detailed to watch
the house 0! the defendant Observation
bad been made by them on the respective
dates of the 29ib, 30tb, 31st ultimo,
and the 3rd and 3th instant On each oi
these cooaefone t? ey eaw certain visitors
(males and fetaaJce) enter the pcemlsee 0!
the defendant, and also heard, from the
premises of Johnson, (the defendant in the
last case, lived next door), an opening
of batties, and talking. Tbe (unale visitors
were residents cf Duka street, whom they
recognised ; and the drinks were purchased
from a Portuguese shop next door, even
after hours
The complainant was cr.iae-sxamlned by
Mr Hendrickson In which he stated that
although admit*log tbe fact that tbe drinks
were sola after hours, he had not charged
the shopkeeper with this offence at the time
but thers v as now a charge pending egalnit
him. JobneoD. in whoie house he had
hidden and who had b :en fined 10a in tbe
last case, had a brother In the Police Force ;
ami this charge bed only been laid after
tbe brother find received a kick in tbe
jaw; alleged to have iron given by a
vieitor of the defendants’ The information
given which hadreaubedi this case, was
by Johnson as well &-> otter?, but beside
J .hoccn be 1: -d net cited any of hoee ’who
hud c mplair f
hot :.- bla MoS v-sne then gave evide c-?,
ahd lif-tir hia erm â–  x trains lou fca furth r
h aring was adjoint ed to F ile this werk.
HPB I&L NO 11CB,
Wk l) .t t : i t ’bv numerous
friends «mi p.-. to • tac u iaue for one
â– week more, oar <*(". 1 b>r .in week
sale, so as to gi .• hem n > nance for
their Xmas pus in Wei), every
one can iocai an j.J a vrljyt * hat means
about this time of she month, Osh
is s bit short ai>(i ,be ha gains so
tempeinj lhat these so unfortunate to
be a. bit short cf means turn them
h < k wi h end reg-et st the chances
they have lost ami as a natural c n n?‘qu
?‘qu n?‘qu r.ce (hutnrn tiasuro ali over)
return an ask us to extend onr sal salfor
for salfor one week more. Well it is cot
)’• ncy on our pa r.. to do so but ss
Xtn « i mar—,r.d »» we would like
>*>cry ore of our ; n* orn«rs (Kick and
Poor alike) to et.joy a M try Xm- s
nd a Happy New year, we have
d (tied t> do so. On the ft out p,«
you will see a smtili lirt i f seme of
our offering. Don’t ftirg you cun
buy Turpentine Varris'.., Fl ints , etc.
cheap at The •• Herald” George do
Gam* & o. fi Frederick S'reti and
o»rB nl l Store
A CHANCE FOB LADIES,
If you wish tefcnow ;.l»e exceptior.
el y sy terms iijou which you run
cb'.'in a Ladies bicycle—-a realty e 'fy
tiie purchase plan--call n t ih.
Cosmopolitan Specitlty Co, towltn
and yon will hear what will surprise
jou. No lady should forget this...
AUvf.
’bnroaaeojid e. C ijOog »($ aoj
jj%o aa o)j‘A\.
jsd jo s; oao fiiq) puu 'B4,,jiv p
au optiujsj ojjrj -sonbaa djqspsLtj
iSjcazS ijjfd ‘aaddeq tjtfsop pjUOqt,-
—Ha;SB9,C| atqafjw.v e wj p|rj A
igoaoa tuaoqaa., nq| a;
« iq popibiju uO|;oHuid uqt ouo
us qaus oj, ’aouooaj pa« 4UouaAO(U
-an jo *9Uj eu«i'ica 75 riiqissod
-tujpiouo auj pifnaoiaa jo sauun;
ciqpl idj m /Sq u aoqM „ Avp
fiuj a, «qt joj Bis a

)t\d tuasoid s uajo fj pajitatj egjqM
saoßJtad jo uoitjsod oqy Hfiqijosop
iuajiq ‘Bu;q«ade ‘sjqj,
‘NAiofl aaitida
THUKE POINTFB9,
10-day is ’* Han, inolay,” end
your gse lamp for ,Gn Foot pum-'
io” lO’ Tie alitTa (or 100, Tiro f,. t
$6 cr 16, and Lidies bird
{ r ‘Je are oeriainrios (or iho ocm t»v,
Our Watch CMt is more than half
fi'L d op, and your best wisdom is to
i tui in y ur shilling at once and
rhrps g.t the wateh forthal eum,
i 1 r i>r. Fbe first drawinp
l ul k plftoa before th wrek i?
•I J 1 rpg t
j • . . . 1 | L- ~ fa j , jlititt., 2b, Quvvg .. *Uv ,

FORETHOUGHT.
0~0- three tho'uand six hundred
(3 60dj C'Kiaifi have been paid in
trutided by the Bnobfi-tno Bentfii
•ceiely Ltmiffid.
Tie rogtiii cf foKelbsti&b* h up uppsreut
psreut uppsreut Those ivho have noi f# '
ade->m»co of ••aob prc'fsTww CaocFil
con‘ait the Loolety’g p«blo of r»‘pu.
F rs re? (n any part of the
Islanti who may defilte information,
.-ro inviied »o write for the Fooiety's
prosp* C‘ua.
A K ea;a stta rrqaired in diatriots at
present nurepresent^d.
THOSE SURE CUBES.
Do you saffcr from any affestions
of tho heart ?
Is yoar liver torpid ?
Are you a vie im lo rhenmatism?
Is yenr blocd out o( order ? If bo
remember Iba mnrvelloua effiiaoy cf
J&onyon’e sored—a separata r medy
for each disassc— at from
James Wharton, Hanry St Advf,
EVERYTHING HAS BIGHT
PLACE
Join’ the ‘ clytechnic Watch ouh
in the hinds of reliable Jewellers.
Twenty-four months guarantee, watch
adjusted free of coßt at any time. By
paying la. per week for thirty weeks,
a Gent’s Keyless beautifully chased
ball marked Silver W«tch can be
obtained, drawing weekly, the lucky
winner each week ceases to pay. Tbe
choice of a better is allowable by
paying the difference only at the
Polytechnis ,’oui. Asstn. Ltd.
J N JAMES,
Manager,
Brunswick Square,
Opposite Tramway Sidtng.

THE CHILDREN.
An adult may bo at once
thin and healthy, hut a baby,
or a young child, should be
plump, and well covered with
fat. Yet how many gaunt, ema emaciated,
ciated, emaciated, thin-blooded babies and
children we see, chiefly because
the nutritive machinery of their
bodies is in some way out of
order. Or they may be scrofu scrofulous
lous scrofulous or tho victims of some
subtle wasting disease. Nau Nauseous
seous Nauseous and bad tasting medicine
is objectionable and a herror to
children. No doubt its frequent
lack of good effect 's, at least
partly due to the disgust it ex excites
cites excites in them—the shock to tho
system. This is true of cod liver
oil in the form of the ordinary
old-fashioned mixtures so often
forced upon them. The old ter terror
ror terror of this valuable, yet offensive
drug vanishes with the trans transformation
formation transformation it has undergone in
WAMPOLE’S PREPARATION
â– rliich is palatable as honey and
contains tho nutritive and cura curative
tive curative properties of Pure Cod
Liver Oil. combined with tho
Compound Syrup of Hypophos Hypophosphites,
phites, Hypophosphites, and the Extracts of Malt
and Wild Cherry. In building
up pale, puny, emaciated child children,
ren, children, particularly those troubled
with Anemia, Scrofula, Rickets,
and Bone and Blood diseases,
nothing equals it. Its tonic
Qualities aro of the highest or order.
der. order. It creates new blood, strong
muscles, sound teeth, solid bones,
and enables them to grow up
into healthy men and women.
A Medical Institution says: “Wo
have used your preparation in
treating children for coughs,
colds and inflammation; it3"ap it3"application
plication it3"application has never failed us m
any case, even tho most aggra aggravated
vated aggravated bordering on pneumonia.
The children like it, they ]qyo
the tasto of it, it looks good to
them, and it builds up their bo bodies
dies bodies ; many little children owe
their lives to it.” Effective from
the first dose. Sold by chemists.
iHE
People’s Phawucy,
ST. ANN’S BCMD.
Just the p’nao where your tiresorip tiresorip*ls,ns
*ls,ns tiresorip*ls,ns will be aoourately dispensed
by » cjmpofont lioonotd druggist
wiih »he pur-st and fr shcat drugs
25 per cent, ohsepsrtben elsewhere
Now don't fail to take advantage of
ibifi »od bring in your proscriptions
FRErH BHIPMKNT3 OF
DiiUQS & CHEMICALS
Bcotived r ry mouth.
Just r C ,?nd i «.r a. * 4 Ocatno ”
’Mtadiitn He-iting Oil, Uanudi-n
I‘r.in Dtcarryer, Holloway's Coin
C tli’C, Bickle’fi riyrup Ac. We always
ksi p iu sti ck a large assortment cf
toilet Requisite* *t price* which
defy compeli inn. We expect ehnriiy
a large and varied shipment < (
Groceries for the coming t hn3tn,r s
Benson which 4 m will dispose of at
uir ueual cheap rale.
TilK PEOPLE'S PHARMACY
Bl Arn’s Road.
24.11 -ILHKV.

SALE OF PROPFETfFS
FORABHSABS OF HOOBE ‘ ATES,
PURSUANT io S . 19 of tha ,J '•- •H m T-‘t }fa?n r Natfre f* bere’w v vi.; ;ie of w , -■ f • •»(« under the
bun! i th r OGd G ,n ; s'.jw b*'-;.i> 3 tha 23 h -â– %? o Ootoher, '9oo:he
htuies aad j>w«le of I*«. : ismuail.-r 'ieaor w i wi" o -fl-T tr?- Pabtfo Auction
before the doo-s tl the Town EW, on Taes'fay. 5J7:b '•»? -f November 79”0,
h®tw»#n She hours of one and two o'clock p nr, u he* h-> mmt of House Rr.tr s
paa in rcepeot cf *n:h h use* snd pvcale ut land re. ..set:-- My, t I.s; with ten
X-tr eon*, on tbe smenne at such rate*, and ibe aorta t s fnd i r oidenta’ to such case
be paid to the Town Okrk and Tre tmra? before fba ’ay of sale,
No. Situation. Namks. Rats Dus
18 ..Cbsrlcfita Street ..E T Pollard .. sl2 00
5s , .Cliffon S:res: . ,t- Je?n 450
1 ..Clifton Hill Led* .. Gwuei Ayeucg ... 315
2 „ ...A Francois .. 450
1a ~Dert Streo'; North . .Heir* cf Oh?s H PhßUpa .. 900
8* „ .» i, ..Mrs Laii'ease for Bofsden .. 150
Ha . .Dok-! Sir et .. F Arrirdeil aud cibe a .. 4 60
40 .. ds .. E MoKfo ~ 6 1)0
54a ..do do ..OK J h n .. 12 00
20aa . .Eset D'y B'ver , , ' S b .. do do ...Heir* of A Lawrence ~ 2 70
69 .. do do ..Rose s harks .. 225
67a .. da da ...J Guide ... 270
67il .. do do , ,G Dunoan .. 4 60
28a ..Geurgfl Street . .b L Radix. H P So“rille a^' , F R
Sevilla .. 15 00
5a ..P(iR» West 4.M Aaron and o'hare .. 180
12 .. do do ...R Ricbardion ... 4 6
20a .. d»- r. 0 ...4 Bftptfite end ctfcere 19 61
12 „.R ?o HiH ..FLocjt 6 80
3a ..84 J sepb Road .. ADube ry .. if 75
11IA .. do do . ,M 53 Valerquez 90
1a ...Town C• unai Street Areetsu 7 50
4 . .Victoria Rtre-ii ..MO Rivort , a 00
6 ..Woodford do ..Hastens t. hristopber .. «00
20 .. do do . .Georja Huggl-s* .. 180
SUBURBS SUBURBS-22a
-22a SUBURBS-22a . .Beireoot Vslley Rosd ..LB Ferdinand .. 9(1
JOSEIPH ‘ BNOD MMY,
T*swa Clerk an Tressar&r,

This is ths Ghnstmas Season
REMEMBER
Always proviifo't for your tupplh'B
Fanoy Articles, Pe fa ’ r -ry, Soaps,
Cards of evtry de criptioa in
English, Frfcc’u an- Spanish with
Viewa, i’botcv of yt urgeli or Obil
droa i-jt home tnd abroad.
CALL AT SELLIEh’S,
Excelsior Studio and
Centra Act btore.
4a Brunswiok and Frederick SK
FOB SALE.
An 6«g \iifc Aree ic»n Vfoioir, nearly
tow «nd a fine, etxong Am.ricuii horse
Apbly at
Mr«. VON* BAUniTZ,
AfLWehmf'ou T ?r*cr.
/bon
YOUMG mu 28, qusnit.’c'
wi b Gorina l , French aod Du cb
wishes fir a *ituition aa F reigr Cortes Cortespra
pra Cortespra ’e- t or a p. siti nos trn-t. Beet re referee
feree referee re?,-
A,■pi: Aujlc-Amfi 'em R te', 4 ffo’rv
Stros , F.
W> N l ED EDALONZO
ALONZO EDALONZO LLOYD f Feurt > *tro*
“ No. 16a, W< ■ I;. esiren* of
having employ tie ; fl-i . ha lift
nr.; y j»»rn ixperis . ; iT'vi, -, -.rd h his
is his pep red to e v aat rs- .'i.-r. ti wh -
evar him employ wen*.
Diego M- .:/? 0
TO BK HILD
IST JANUARY 19i.il
OFFICIALS:
Judge M j r B B T
Starts’ O ti fbvr, Enj.
Assistant Shorter. ... LA 9 heq
Clerks of the Cow re F K x E q
~ AI D at r. i..h,q
. .Lb i:k j‘< ■ r q
Clerks of the Paddock * E L-.
„ .... R 1 Y.a, p, 9> q
Clerks of the Scales .. J) Fo-runm
t l-»9. Vi ..tn , E q
\ A H Bo > t<, E q
Reference Com- j He.i r>k» •», E- q
mit tee WT V â– , t q
rMc-D 'id !j 1 . E^q
• l « li ir»l» o, y; r q
J M A Hurt Eiq
}0 R Viccant, Krq
Reeves Blak,ly, Erq
Jamiß urnmii e*, brq
G B ysolr, Erq,
Hon Sec. & Treas’er. . £fei ;y Durant, E'q
Astistant Secty Ralph Durant, E q
WEIGHT FOR HEIGHT.
b%Qf« 11 e«'ry 8 t 8!b» (115'b.i) and
21ba added or allowed for every hall
inch,
PENALTIES.
First) win—Five pound'-; e very other
win fovr pon-n'a i xtra.
PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME.
No-1 THE MAIDEN 1v m 4 Ftm.
loo?* Open so cotrnion b;*d
ponies 14 hand 2 inches end un; es
that have never won public
A Prise of 26 ilola. of which *OO. n<
hc-rae to reoaivn 5 dol*. Weight
for height. Entrano** 0 eh!lit ge.
No. 2- THE DIEGO MARTIN FARM
BTAKB3—I.BO p. ni 6 Furloi ga
Open to all ponfos cot thercughhred
14 herd* 2 i«o' es end under A
prise of 69 do!*, rs which enrwii i>
b rae to reouiV'.. 10 ft; !*, Weight
hr height, Entrence 83.
No, 8 THE OLKUKri, PURBh —2 p.m.
4 Fur!o; P ’de* 14 hende and uc. er, A
pr'it cf 25 dr!a. i.f whieh eroond
horae to reotsive 6 tit'!*. Weight for
height, Eut. at oc 10 ttiiilinga i

Nr 4, THE MEROH.iNI’n PLATE
A Hin can. One mil«. pen tn
all horicf! not) thoroughbred, 15
hands and under. A prize of 80
doK suhsori ed by the Merchant*,
cf Prut-of-’l-psln cf which e||pnd
hor.-o to receive 16 -ola Kutwi.ee
8 do’-'.
No. 5. THE PONY HANDICAP—B 80
pin, 6 Fit c g-. O-a to pc-ios
rub iha- nremed J 4 ! ""ids and
u der, A. â–  >.c of 50 drl; rs which
let v ton. ro 10 do'a Eaten c c-6
-6 c-6 dds
1 No, 6 THE Dt GO M’RTIN WAR *
HTt-Kai —4 p m A Oandioap, 5
Fa. '.-. 5, Open la o muaoa '- x-C
1 poi'iee ? 4 hand* Si Inebne and U'.Bur
up; is iB7 due, if wbb.h seo-nd
to receive 6 do!?. E itrsncs 8 doia
Nc 7 THE HACK RAGE—4 80 pm.
Oue rafifi- One .to bona fido Hacks
A priae vs 25 doi#; of wbt h seem
to ri - ve 6 uol* i-ia h
< v.;* sO Brim-, Gentlemau ifdar*.
E r»r 10 ehillf r?.
No 8 THE B ; EDER3* r T KKd-5
T! HI. â–  Hr-' inp 6 Furionr?
Opm to hone* foaled in sh« Isian 1
nf Ti i , end not
ft O f ushbre 1 A prf*? of 65 do's
cf which 8- om; 1 to reoeiva 10 doe,
Entrimoe 6 ’-. Is,
ABTICLBB.
No horses to racs or no scosnfl
prizs wili be given
N ■ 2—Entrsnse to raoa B'and 2 shillings
Children h»if priceq 1 1 l’addook 2 sbii
Hr i;s.
No 3UI entiles to bn made and paid to
the Cierk of s he couise b tore 3 o’olook p m
on Thnrgdr.j 20-h Dearmbar at the Stan Standard
dard Standard Establishment Port of Spaio, r.f-ar
which date nr entries wiil ba takeo. The
i odors ot ho ndeia to be declared at time
of entry.
No 4—Races to commence at 1 pm- A
bell wm bo rur;> for saddling, and oue so;
borgja to proovt.i to the post after which
five Blau'os wi;l be allowed and horsa3
thrn at the post will be started,
I No S—AU objections or disputes arising
;in -fonueotion with any rsoe ehaij be
1 de’-ermlned before tbe oloee of the meeting
J by Iba Rdareaoe Committee whose decision
iu ill matters is final,
I No 6—ln the event of a walk over only
| half of tbs stake wIU be paid.
I No 7 —Ni Jookey wii! ba ehowed to riio
* who is not. properly dressed,
• No B—Ms’ieur.meat of ponies at 32
! o’oiook on ,-aoa day
No 9—O-vners ti pay 4 shillings for tho
use of P&ddook for oaoh horse entered for
the raeefin. -*. Amoua to ba paid at time
of entry.
No 10—Entrance to race course—Car course—Carriages
riages course—Carriages 2 sbiirngs. A animals under saddle
2 shilliug. Btew *raa and Ofii lals in their
carriages or ou horea back, free.
HENRY DURkNT,
Hon. Senrsta’-y and Treasurer.
AUCIT.N SALE
Pi B
Tuebday, 27th Novr., 1900,
AT
NO. 2, r,T, VINCENT STREET.
pAVOm-KD '£hhnt r uctione received
’ th« u ’e>; Igoed wiil offer lor r>-.
tba foili win • Household Furnftu' , « •
rffoc's. p .-.party of a rentLman l«av g
lh“ ial-ud v*—Bentwood < hair*, K-hj
Ãœbelr* .Hsr *l.nr 3, fieri*. Table*. Wb*|.
not*, Sole. R icke n. Ma b o T p Tsb'eu,
Bamb. o B' wor Vtand*, - i o Bear \
1 HANDSOME COTTAGE PIANO
(STRUNG & SON )—ln v»y e o i oor oordiUct*.
diUct*. oordiUct*. Pi,«> a Btn,,j, Don Bea*tea*>
Toilei Table, Towel Rack eto, an I fir
other iut«ro*t*.
1 Landoau & 2 Bread Vans.
BALE AT l PM.
Terms ash Before Delivery.
BRED. KM. 800TT,
. Auctioneer.
Nc. 2 Vince t Street,
21et November, 1960.

OXJR
BOOT & SHOE
DEPARTMENT,
ooc
Sen’s and Lais fais i®
From 2/ to 3 dollar?,
Obinese Hcraw Slippers at 20c and 240
liarpet Slippers at 3Go and 48c.
Ladies, Girls and Children's floral Slippers at 18,20 and24o#
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 HEA\Y DERBY L*.Cli BOOTS,
Gent's Heavy Balmoral BOOTS.
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Boots, round toes
Gent’s Fine Batin Caif American Lace Boots, needle toes
Gent’s Heavy Leather Tap Sola American Lace Boots,
round toes.
Gent’s Fine Glace Kid Pump Soles, American Boots (Laos
and E. 8.)
Gent's Fine Box Calf American I ace Boots, round toes
Gent’s White Buckskin Tennis Boots, Gent’s Tan Tennis
Boots—good quality.
SES COR YOUTH'S—IRON DUKE
LADIES’ WHITE SATIS SHORT SHOES.
Ladies White Kid Strap Bhoes, beaded toes and bows
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Family |Boots
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Glace Kid and Cloth Top Laoe
Boots
L adies Lasting and Glace Button Boots
Ladies Fine Glace Kid Button Boots, stitched forepart
Ladies Heavy Calf and Grain Lace Loots,
BIWI.ae M&OMIMIS

$6 to sls,
Gent’s Fine Glace Kid Lace and E 8 Shoes
Gent’s Fine White Buckskin Laoe Shoes .
Men's Single and Doable Sole Army Bluchers from
to 10/.
Brown, Black and White Boot Polish,
Rus c o-Combinatinn Cream for ran Boots
Eureka Combination Cream f>r Box Calf, Bed and Pm®*
Leather
CANISTGRB & T#U*M
In all sizes,
GENT'S WATERPROOF OVERCOATS
From $3.60 to $lO each.
SttOE HOhNS or Ml
BOOT & SHOE LACES from 2c to 6c per pah,
—i, O *
Michael P. Maiila r( * |
EL POPULAR,
Corner of King and Frederick Bfcreeto



STEPHENS AND SCOTT
FOR THE
LATEST STYLES IN EVERY THING, NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES
GO TO THE STORES.
In Groceries—Everything fresh and nice. *
In Lsdies S'nnej ftooits —the Best aud newest ©f every tiling from London, Paris the C osmtineui acd America*
In the Gents Department—The most up-to-date Ties, Collars, Shirts, and everything for men.
TH£ TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Has 9 complete stock of the choicest and exolusive designs in
Tweeds, Coatings, Serges and Fancy Cloths.
We guarantee a lit and style unequalled here, while our prices are the lowest.
BOOTS & BBC S for ladies and gentlemen, all makes.’ehapes and qualities at all prices. Some extra chic Ladies Walking and Evening Shoes. MEN’S HATS— lets of new styles in Felt, Straw, eto. Some very smart
* new shapes. A visit of inspection solioited.

Marbie Tombstones
Artistic Monuments,
Made in Italy, by skilled Sculptors. For srla and made to
order. Ail particulars, and three splendid specimens, can be
seen at our office aod show rooms.
M. J- TA XT FTi rte Go,
Corner of Kmg sad Charlotte Streets.
THE ORINOCO
Shipping and Trading Ocx, Ltd.,
69, KING BTREBIT, PORT-O? - .SPAIN, TRINIDAD,
166, FBNOnOBCH iRTEKT LONDON, E.O.j
STEAM? R.S

MAOABBO LINE.
8, S Boiitas
V. 8 MAMIANABat
3 &, Dima
Tot liß Oablod

RMalu'Btevaer aerrloejroand tbe, Ie * and - 3 nod from Tobago by the
8.3 * Banianare« ” under government 0 ■■ .Vi-flu* vvi Passengers
tecnrilon tad Family Tickets issued fr,> rom > trip at rpedsil rakes (meal*
bunded).
RefuUr combined service by the S. f ’ V<* lor ’ anl 3,3, « Bolivar ’
â– twoan La Guaira, Gnanta, Oumana, Me- i (P rUmar), Oarapano, Trinidad,
MdOlodad Bolivar,
.Throngh Wokefca leaned between L&F. •», V -of-Htain and Intnrraedisto
PKWjand point! on the Upper Orinooc soi * • by Sh<> Gompanv’s sit-earaars,
ta t rate! of freight between Ous Rolivtr and Europe, and between
w Guaira and the Intermediate porta on th at iaa i fSnropo-
Fw passages, freight and all Informal! r at |h* Company's Ohlef ODSoe
rort-01-Spaili, Trinidad.
__ Telejsh«ae. Telpjrretihir Address.
S?" O®S» No. fie ( Tondnr
twpatohOffloa 12J Trinidad
No 60. | K„ w Tt-rk

10 AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS.
I HAVE just received one of !he latest
in small Cameras which I will sail a; a
email margin above ,coet so as to intro introdoce
doce introdoce this speoial and, reliable maohine in
this Colony. It is ih-i only maohine now
used by tourists in tbo United Stales and
Canada. You can oa‘l at my Pbarmaoy
to have a.look at sam-t
PETEB ABTHLUR BAMSEY.
Toys Xmas Toys
GREAT reduction IN TOYS!
—— 000-
re ?°| r * n P for Christmas Trees, Distribution of
8 & Qd Bazaars should call at the Victoria. 13 Frrderiok
Street, before going to any other store,
n* T °y® Roingfor la eaoh ; all cur Is acd 1/6 Toys Being
"«*; all our 6d and 7jd Toys going for 3d each ; all our 3d and
Ad Toye going for 2o eßcb,
assortment of Furniture just nrived
It T ” AT ”
61 LIMA & Co,, 'jL’he Victoria, >o. 13, Frederick Sfeetl

i Vf‘ RIVBB STEAMEBB.
8. B, Apdbb,
P, 8. OUANABB.
S, 3. Mabpaebo.
?. 8. Socobbo
S, 1. Hbbob,
.? 8. Mobganito,

THE fORf OE PAIN GAZETTE TUESDAY NOVEMBER 27.1900

sis Af*Â¥ira iv ntiffwnm
*——— -4P REALL v GOOD
BORDEAUX WINE
Ody $1 70 per Demijohn.
Cost of paokage refunded wh- u returned in condition,
ATH. FORTIEB.

ft teamen' Af< vement i.
KO HIHfWRt W3S«T:SPIBH*
UAILD BUST.
SPA* N® Qoknitl Qomtm? LUh-Af imD
IJBIN3 MAURITB—The Dutch Midi
1 B'eamer “ Prlps Maurits” lo duo hnri>
from Vi'DPzmdau ports on or about the 25 b
November 1900 proceeding afterwards i
Demerara, Paramaribo Havre and Amster]
dam taking oargo passengers end mailß,
/''|RANJE NABBAU - The Dutoh Mali
\ / Steamer “ Oranja Nansau" is due bc-e
from Amsterdam via Paramaribo and Demo Demorara,
rara, Demorara, on or about fbe 26 b November 1900
to Catupano ouma.ua
Quanta La Guayra, Puerto Cabello, Cura Curaooo.
ooo. Curaooo. Jacmel, Aux Oayes, Port au Prince and
New York taking cargo, passengers and
malls.
JEANNE— The Dutch Mall Chartered
Steamer Jemua” is due here from
Amsterdam via Paramaribo and Demerara
on or about the lOib December, 1900, pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding afterwards to Oarupano. Gumana
bmmata. LaGaaita, Pto. Cabello, Ouragao
Jacmt', Au* Cayes, Port au Prince and
New York, taking oargo, passengers, and
mails.
- \RINS WILLEM IV—Tbe Dutch Mai
| Steamer Priua Willem IV” is duel
bare from Venezuelan Porta on or about
the 13th December, 1900, proceeding after afterwards
wards afterwards to Demerara, Paramaribo, Havre and
Amsterdam taking oargo passengers and
malls.
PRINB WILLEM 111-The Dutoh Mali
Steamer ‘‘ Prins WiUem III” is due
here from Amsterdam via Palmer bo, and
Demerara on or about tbe 26th December
1900 proceeding afterwards to Carupauo,
Oumana, Quanta, La Quayra, Puerto
Cabello, Curacao, Jaomel, Aux Cayes, Port
•u Prinoe and New York taking cargo pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails,
PR INB WILLEM IT—The Dutch Mail'
Steamer •! Ptins Willem II” is due
here from Venezuelan Ports ou or about the
27tb December 1900, proceeding afterwards
to Demerara; Paramaribo Havre and Am Amsterdam
sterdam Amsterdam taking oarvo, passengers and malls.
TRINIDAD LINE OF STEAMERS
Trinidad Shipping Vfl ARAVAL—The s.s “ Maraval” cf the
Ixl.Trinidad Line will leave Now York on
Saturday the 24th November 1900 and Is
due here via Grenada on Tuesday ith
December’ 1 1900
COMPAGNIE GENERAL TbT\NSAT
LANTIQUE.
0 Leotaud A Ron
Cf AN4DA.—The Frecoh Mall Steamer
> *i Canada," Is du* h re from Venezuelan
pcrlg on the 30th November, proceeding
bftewarda to MarMn'que, Guvdolonpa. San
tandar, Rordesuz and Havre, taking pa-sen
gers, malis and et»(»c.
THE ROYAL HTEAM PaCKET CO.
F 3 Bcolt ESK —The R.M.S. Esk will leave on
Wednesday, 28th November, for
Tobago and La Guaira, taking cargo, pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
|^\SK —The R.M.S. Esk will leave for
Southampton (Don homeward from
liarUadoes) and other West India Islands,
Demerara, hurmanj, Colon, etc, dec, ou 6th

December, taking cargo, passengers
and mails,
DEN—The R.M.S. will leave on
in- VVednesday, 12th December, 1900, for
Tobago and La Guaira, taking cargo, pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
1, DEM —The R.M.S. Eden will leave for
’ Southampton (Trent homeward from
Barbadoes) and other West India Islands,
Demerara, Surinam, Colon, &c, on 20th
December, 1900, taking cargo, passengers
and mails.
}(' Sl.—The R.M.S. Esk will leave on
J Wednesday, 26th December, for
Tobago and La Guaira, taking cargo, pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
FREDERICK LEYLaND & CO. (1900 )
LIMITED WEST INiMA & PACIFIC
BRANCH.
Neu> Colonial Company Limited-Agents
BERNARD HALL—The s.s * Bernard
Hall’ is due here from Liverpool via
on or about the Uth Deosmber
1900 proocodlng afterwards to LaGuajra,
Pto Ce.b-llo; Curacao; 8-v»nll'a aud Carl
tfcugena taking oargo passengers and malls.
SARGASSO —The Lcdl'.u Direct Line
steamer • Sargasso' i duo due here
from London via Barbados on or about tbo
Ist Dooember 1906 proceeding afterwards to
Demerara Berblce and Surinam taking
oargo passengers and mails.
COLONIAL BANK EXCHANGE
KKIXiWG BIT'S?- |tSXDt*K
Draft*
4syr 4,93 pw KH»
» ... 4i7 da
8 n .. as do.
paitia,
I> aft*
’*6 d»jt sos, 617 p*»
* ;1 „6 16 do.
.. «, 6.13 do
3 it .. i, 6,11 do,
Demand cn Lbyds—On nor £or par»,
N®» Vo.k Rat 'rf Rxefcj. e . i r / 0 prem.
Fi’srnp fee |>> b@ a '< : r ’rt or erf case'
F< rt of Spain— ’2 h N-»rr, 1900’
Sblpplßl - kltHi^W.
/ RHV ‘ L 3.
25th Nov.
VII.LE dk TANGEH, Fiench stmr,
I crere, 501 ions, 23 hours St Lucia
—SO tons general cargo and 11
| |dkrs—-0 Leotaud and on
JULIA, Ven schnr, Velasquez 40
tons, 2 days Cano Colorado 31
oxen, 13 mules, 1 horse 1 donkey,
36 bags coffee. 87 ox hides, 15 bags
starch. 3 cases cliease, 1 box specie
in transit and 13 dkrs.
® NNA E J MO°. c £, Aim two-ma r ted
schnr, Crocker, 651 tons, 7 days
Martinique - I alln«t—J Camps A*
Co,
OK NGE NAS 1 * U, Dutch stmr,
Vinckers, 809 tons, 39 hours Deme Demerara—2oo
rara—2oo Demerara—2oo tons general cargo and 2
dkrs.
DELT', Ven stmr, Matbison, 261
tons 59 hours Bolivar 4j
ox«*n
lor Trimdau, Ao*i oxen m transit

and 2 dkrs—Oriuoco Shipping and
-Trading Company Limited
OH 1 MO, Brit stmr, Bale, 1,172 tons,
2 hours Demerara —2 tons general
cargo and S dkrs -Gordon Grant
and Co
WALLED Brit thee-m sled selir,
King, 219 toes, 2G days New York
—280,3 93 ft white pine lumber—
G li Alston and Co.
DEP RTU KE â– >,
20th Nov
PRINS MUARITZ. Dutch stmr,
Meituaa, 1,144 tons, Demerara—3s2
bales balata 1 case skins, 708 bags
(Trinidad) cocoa, 10 cases feathers,
307 bags copra, 150 salte 1 hides
54 bags (Venezuelan) cotiee, 236
cedar logs, 150 tons epuree asphalt,
4 casks coconut oil, 17 cases bitters,
30 pkgs mdze and 4 dkrs—New
Colonial ompany Limited.

r O-DAY’S FIXTURES.
Court of Appeal 10 30 a no.
Auction fi%lc ! F E Sjol* of
Household Fu r aiiu:e 1 p nr>.
Auction Pale iiy J K Murray of
Fionr Ac 10 a.in
Auc iou ' slob; J U Murray of
Stor.;- fiAiog* 1 r>.*i .
JnfaßftOH tr??« t'H,y
HIUH >»*.»«
Pert of Hp>!n Mom 7 /5 .Ait 746 p.in.
Bun ri*«e ... .. fl Os « ru
Sun sets ... ~ 6,3 i p m
Moou a«fß ~ 10,29 >,m
THF, ICE HOUSE REBTAURAM
Menu
To-day,
Muilt>gar&woey Heap
fin "id Fiiib
i ; £ mon Ofikee
Haricot Mutton
BoUod Ho f B,oßk Pudding
‘"iff-wad V a! tud Catrotg
MtUtoa Cut tffi Ri.'vi I'odsofo Sacc*-
B t f Cutlets
Mu ‘on Cut o s
Pork Untied arl Mashed Potato e
fin-loir: end K crp fiipsfc
Bo 6 V si
Pe:per Pot
Jams, Cheese. Fruit, Coffee
.Strawberry Creams, (extra)
"Thk HAZhrilT
P )tt »ts. ts U i
TIEBDAY 27th NOVB 19C0
IS OUR PATOIS DYING OUT?
Among the forces which tend to
uuite or divide the human race into
nations, language is not the least im important,
portant, important, Though the great French di
plomatist, Talleyrand, has been
accused of being the author of the
cynical remark that lauguage was
given to man to enable him to conceal
his thoughts, men are more apt to be
drawn together by the possession of a
common medium of expression than
by any other circumstance ; and those
who care to trace the clauses of that
lack of eaprit conspicuous a characteristic of the
people of this Colony may find that
diversity of language is among thre
most powerful of such cause* When
Trinidad, a century ago, passed into
the possession of Britain, the con
qm-r.d } .pnlaleu. Punch ‘he
language of iu/u/ns debt Liurvnt

and Ppanish, the language of their
former rulers ; and to-day, while
Euglish has become the official aud
the commercial language, these two
language* remain in popular use,
to an extent, scarcely credible to those
whoseexperien.ee is confined to out
chief town, and our chief centre of
business English is indeed very widely
understood; but, exclusive of the East
Indian element, which is also nere
to add to the confusion of tongues,
perhaps a full half of the population
communicate their daily desires,
hopes, and fears to one another iu
some un-English dialect. In parti particular
cular particular the peasants of the great cocoa
districts, are inseparably wedded to
the French patois which appears to
be the most enduring monument to
the enterprise of those French set settlers
tlers settlers from Grenada, who initiated the
development of the agricultural re resources
sources resources of this Island, shortly befoic
it passed from the dominion of Spain
In Grenada, St. Lucia and the other
West Indian Islands wrested from
France during the Titanic struggle
between Pitt and the great Napoleon,
the French t’atois is yielding ground,
but by alow inches, to tne English
lauguage; and one may lairly doubt
whether the time will ever come
when Euglish will have completely
supplanted French in these British
islands.
The sup. rioty of the patois over
the “ pidgin” English ofßarbadoes or
Tobago as the popular lauguage of
a West Indian peasantry lies in its
adaptability to the languid existence
induced by the tropical West Indian
climate, Even to those who do not
understand it, the babble of the rural
West Indian possesses a certain amount
of charm. The famous author
of the ‘ English in the West indies,’
who was not captivated by animate
West Indian nature, actually stopped
in the market-place of Roseau to listen
to a contest of words between two
dusky daughters of the soil Ihe
pronunciatiou of English even in its
mutilated form, demands a degree of
mobility of the orgun of speech which
is not often at the command of those
whose native language it is not.
And distinctness of articulation is
not a feature of the speech of even
the educated Englishman, whose
manner of communicating his idea* of
ten excites the wonder and the amuse amusement
ment amusement of the foreigner* We have said
that English is gaining ground, though
slowly, in the islands where the
French patois is still spoken This is
of courso, the ease in Trinidad also
Yet the speech of the average young
reole bears such unmistakeable traces
f the influence of the disappearing
ialect, that the future philologist
oay possibly have to classify the En
lish or French spoken in the West
indies, say, m the middle of the
oming century, apart from the same
uiguages as spoken in England or
France. The Yankees boast that the
urest English in the world is spoken
n Boston; there is no ground for
hoping that Trinidad will ever be
aide to threw down the gaunflet to
,\..e- . in etes over the lauguage of
bhukwspeare*

Thkhe is not a single visitor to the
Colony who is not astonished to find
that in a prosperous and go-a-head
Colony like Trinidad, there is neither
theatre nor concert-room, properly so socalled
called socalled is there not sufficient public
spirit among us, as a community, to
got up a local company for the purpose
ot erecting aud fitting up a moderately
sized building, iu a central position in
town, which would serve both the«e
purposes ; aud so remove what is cer certainly
tainly certainly not creditable iu view of the
general progress and prosperity of the
Colony. No doubt wu will be told
such au undertaking would never pay.
Hut we thiuk otherwise. Uur view of
the matter is that were such a building
in existence, not only would it lead to
frequent visits from those travelling
Dramatic and Operatic Companies,
who now pass us by on their way to
Caracas ond other cities of fiouth
America, bat it would eventually
tend to encourage, educate and draw
out that latent histriouic talent which,
as has been amply proved in the past
is oy no means so rare a gift among
our creole population as some folks
seem to think Taking every thing
into consideration, we see no reason
w.’.y such au enterprise should not
have iu it os good u prospect ofsucceM
as most of the existing local under undertakings.
takings. undertakings.
The paragraph in the telegram
cf Saturday oveuiug, announcing tha*
the Cabinet had resolved, that Lord
Kitchener should be promoted to
Lieutenant - General, vice Lord
Roberts, will, uo doubt, come as a
surprise to many, who like ourselves
nave all along supposed that the
Egyptian Sirdar had been de*
ficto second in command from
the time of his appointment. That
this was not so, aud that the special
promotion of Lord Kitchener was nec neceessary
eessary neceessary before he could assume the
supreme command will he readily
understand from t e following extract
from au English contemporary •
Bomb misapprehension apnears to exist as
o tbo respe.uiva ranks and titles of Britleh
jecereis fa Bou’b Africa. Which I* the
higher tank, lenfcnari-general or major.
•i< neral ? is Lord Kltohauer superior to Bit
Liedvets Duller ? Such ate a sample of tha
questions in the publics mlud.
Curiously, there Is only otsa general is
South Africa. That one Is blr Bouvets Bul Bulier,
ier, Bulier, L tel Robetts, tha only ufhuur at tha
front superior t : General Bullet, beiDga Field
Mirth*’.
Divimouo are commanded bv lieutenant,
geoeralf, but ns there are only four reel lieu*
"naut generals in Bomb Msioa namely
Sir George Whit*, Lord MUhuec, air Charles
Warren end Blr Foresttor Walker— the
others are mejor-gonersls holding temporary
ronk a* “ local l l *utPnont.-*(nrr*l," 91m 91mliiriy,
liiriy, 91mliiriy, meet of .ho brigades ate o minanded
by oo! on els holding renk as •* l oal major,
genera'." Thus Colonel Heotor Macdonald,
being appelated to oommend the Htghtaqd
Brigide. beot mee temporarily a mejor-gtn.
ere).
Tb« reo-at promotion of Lieutenant-Geo Lieutenant-Georrnl
rrnl Lieutenant-Georrnl French to mejor-genersl has been taken
ee showing that major-general la the fcigfcee
renk. But It la not eo. Colonel breach,
being appointed to commend a dfeMpn. hr*
eorres ‘ local lleutenant-generel ” In tM*
capaoity he makes a brilliant dash foe Ktn Ktnbat
bat Ktnbat e/, for which he ie promoted to major*
genera'. During the oampaign he wtil
continue to benoognieed by the higher rank
cf lieutenant genera', aud at Is aloee, anleee
furs her promoted. wH revert to mejoe mejoegenere>.
genere>. mejoegenere>.
Lord Kitchener, being a major-general, la
junior to every divisional c.uaiaaadd|
Houtlt a.:*ioa

7



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ceeded AS.OOfI.COO.
LA INTEGBIDAD’
»»»♦■<
CIGARS AND CIGARETTES FACTORY
Elaborated with Tobacco Imported Expressly from
Hubs no, <& Venezuela.
Our cigars* made with Caripe and Guanaguam tonacoo, are
EXCELLENT AND CHEAPM
We guarantee our Cigarettes to be the best in the island,
made of HIBANA tobacoo, at the very lowest price possible.
—Our motto is GOOD AND OH HI APII Tux iubm to
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Prices :
CIGARS '* SENORITAB" par 100 ... 8 shillings
do •' E9PEQIALES do ... 10 do
do ••ELEGANTES" do ... 12 do
do '‘VICTORIAS’* do ... 16 da
CIGARETTES. a dozen paoka* 3 ... 3 shillings.
Each Package Contains 18 Cigarettes,
WHOLESALE. DISCOUNT IN PROPORTION
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Almond Walk. No. ID.
HAMIBEZ £ MONTHS pw CA.
The Latent Talking Machine
KDOOi
THE ZON O-PHONE.
The Scientific American /SBSa.
thinks it the moat power powerful
ful powerful Machine of the kind,
suited for
Only one to hand with
eighteen records of the
For price and » terms
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la oare of Wuzeitc Office.

S Dreyfub,
OPTICIAN,
29b FREDERICK SIREET,
FOR Preabiopia, Myopia ami Aatigna*
ti»m la gold, gold filial end
Alumiaioo frames Examination ol sight
frae.
BEVBUBNCKBi
Poet o Spain—T-ini.'ad 8.W.1.
October iUlh 1900
2 corlify that Mr Dreyfus hat ti.tud
myfeyaa for astiguntUm and has giyen
ma entire aatisfauti iu. 1 oau rojuiiutf.id
him to anyone requiring glasses.
(Juaa F dTOLLMBYBR.
Bard W M Bprtnger, Xacarigua—-
Blfooal Qlasias
* L . ® un y° u *• Faruando-
Blfocal Glasses
JOBT RECEIVED
By Ex S.S, Maraval
QOOTT EMULSION Od User Gil
» (small aud large slae), Kilmers rt«emp
Root, Foni-.io Remedy, Wain
poles Ood L’v j- Oil (*mal. and Urge sis )
Humphreys Mary, i i ( healing. Wtlll.in -
Pick Pills, Kilmers Heart Heme $
Avar's Cherry Pe »>r >l, O fieii' ') t
(differ ant size#) Oarii.il i Tea ry ( >
Maoris - ’ Alsgio Oi ! , H 1 «i. i
Aloaoh’s Parous Piaster, Wind w’
Syrup, H»rsoli’s (JoiioMom t*.>w «i
M n.thol Cones (Itff jreu' in >/ H ••
laud’s Pidi-phyl Pul • »/ d a 1,1,0 as
meat o* ri four other a tic e# oou id tin
gotat the oh«*pest rata at the
PEOPLM'S PHARMACY,

THE PORT OP SPAIN GAZETTE, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 27,1900.

F °R_SALE.
WE »re now landing Ex. Schooner
"ELENA" from Hautbpokt,
Nova Scotia.
3110,000 ft W P BOARDS of really good
(quality
80,000 ft do do oecond quality
Alto
Ex Schooner "EM WILLY ’ from
Nbw Yobk
160,000 it WP BOARDS planed 2 side*
O A T in lengths ts 12, 13, 14
and 10 feet
25,000 it W P Busida planed 4 sides
26,000 ft do do do 1 aids A
two edgrs
26,000 ft do do planed 1 side
[O A T
100000 ft do tl tin rrush frcmß)
Iroh wide to 18 h ohos
16,000 ft W P PLANKS 2 x 12
lO.OTf) ft do do 1$ xl2
| We offer the above at usual Cheap !
\ J. O. NEW BOLD
j NovemW 7th
YOU A
HIGD CLABB
, Portraiture
IX MS XT »HB
1
UP-TO-DATE PHOTO GALLERY,
64 W 3 ARI-OTTR bO PJ'CT Port
of-8| *lr
L' A‘ GEOFROY ,
?•", 11 -Tte K'no l > rr. C»r drops
A4 .8 .... .w

GOOD WINES!
GOOD WINES!
A LARGE VARIETY OF
SUPEBIOR BORDEAUX WINES, SPANISH WINES,
RHEINE WINES.
in time for the approaching holidays.
BoLsnd’s Pharmacy
LOWER HENRY STREET.
Arrived!
MULES, MULES.
EX S. 8. “ GRENADA,”
25 LARGE & I EMU 1 VR.bE
To be seen at my stables corner of Richmond and Lowe/
Prince Street.
•••••••• o— ——
TO A LOVER OF TEA
There is no more delioloua
drink. To meet this the
CITY DRUG STORE
Has a blend of CEYLON TEA ihe best of Its kind, Just give it a trial
and yon will be convinced by its exoallent taste and flavour.
EUTHYMOL PASTE, TABLETS & ORE AM for the teeth, breath and
skin. This Is the Jaiesi produobon of medio tl Balance.
BROMQ-RODA & BROMO-SELTZER to quiet your nerves and regulate
yonr stomaoh,
MINERAL WATERR—Vicby, Oe’ostius and Granie-Grllle ; Carabana
Munyadi Janos, Carisband &o,
GEO. VERSSLLEB,—Druggist,
NIGHT BELL. 17a Park Street.
Tasso, Tasso.
¥ in* **E s§« fk yif
JUST LANDED
FOR SALE BY
LUCIfiN F. AMBARD AND SON,
3, CHARLOTTE STREET.
Hth Nov- 1900
*5 WATSON’S xxx
•s Old Blended
I GLKNLIVET WHISKY g
g DUNDEE- 6=3
JS »-«
ET
» tT is a pur** matured spirit of very superior flavour
â– jgj l and enjoys a very popular position
•»> wherever introduced. JEs
MS.
J§ Supplied to el! Leading Hotel* & Clube
=2 Aa 8 |rial of high-class Whisky will certainly •* result In appreciation mrA your orders. at onco *o F 5
_, the Agantß.
J lee: lum & co,
! POBT-OF-BPAIN.

I
WIFE NOTICE. |
THEREBY notHy the Public that 1
X will not bs responsible fcr any debt
r debts contracted by my wife *teo> eel
King, Bhs having left in* bouse and j
protection without any just causa
t
JOSEPH ANDREW KINO,
o li November, liivl), j

FOR SALK.
SNM
A CRKOLK BUILT BUGGY
PONY AND HABNKBB.
| FOR CASH OR ON MODERATE TERMS-
Apply lo
P. BLANO,
Nu, S 9. Ea?i Dry River,
L Duke Sued! Dridjfe,

VIOLET FREKSS, Thuir (France) 1
The only House Cor I
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of old re t wines,exceptionally generous,put into contact with cinchona fl
■||gg|||f§ bark and other bitter substances of first quality. It borrows from all B
these substances an agreeable iiavour and some precious cordial and B
febrifuge properties, and it owes to the natural wines which alone I
EBYRRK’I con, ribute to its preparation, Its high hygienic, superiority.
, AS 8n a PP eliB,n * an Mixed with cold water, and In preference with seltrer or soda water B
pßgfrJiyij it makes a drink which perfectly refreshes without debilitating.
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DELANORBNIER’S mimm* 5
< Nafe Lozenges reSjumT l
warn M«flt!sg £rtak. Natt Syrup |

NEW PIANOS
JUST RECEIVED
Several » BTBRLINQ” PIANOS in
fclack cases, some with 3 pedals
good sad cheap.
OTTO PIANOS,
BRIN3MEAJL) PIANO H
STERLING ORGANS
with 11 stops for only $50.00
CALL AT
H. MONCEAUX
Ocner of Qtioo-- *v Frederick Streets
JOHN LOGIE
QLOTBIER 6 OUTTER
Begs to notify hia friends and Cats
tomers that he has received h lar?
and new gaeortmont o?
TW£ xa>
Ooating’B Serges
Ac. | Ac., (hn,
To avoid disappointment pleas
leave order* early.
JOHN LOOI It,,
'â– THE SCOTIA"
B/H/B9 Mat No Square,
IMPORTANT
THE PUBLIC is hereby notified tbid
Mr John Mitche', late Washer and
Preeser, ‘ not Dyer" (for all the dyeing
has always been done by myself, my
assistants ere only for washing, pressing
and mending) having been discharged,
haa therefore no connection with ray
establishment.
All parcels sent me should bo ad addressed
dressed addressed R. J. J. (JLAMENS, Trinidad
Dye Work*. Corner of Duke and Qeorge
Streets,
N.B.—Above onn’t be mistaken ; it#
the la.gtat and only reliable Oieanh g
and Dyeing Establishment in the West
Indies.
' '"i>-r«s».
Horßf», Horses,
Landed To-day
Kx R. 8. 11 Grenada ” from
New York.
EIGHT oarofollv tsleoVd erd
Saddle r.nd IV-ft Borers, via
! Petr B!»ck Mi«» —I eeu ifulij matched
l tiisck Mnw and Ooidlng—also a gorri
mate!)
1 Gray Horn— g:c uni.r raddle it
draft
1 Dapple Gray Mare—A perfect aoiro 1
and gent’e.
1 Bay Mare—A stylish animal,
l Bay Mare—A beauty,
The above animals lava bran seleot * '
by a judge and tbos tffers so opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to purchasers riqutrl, g * tM i f
good horse
To be seen at no- Bt«hle* «,d f»r
rale bv
HUNTER KKKETE&CO.,
kUt
IMPROVED STILLS
ior DISTILIOG k RECTIFYING
n< -Ag BBANOIEH, BUMS,
l _ *• * spir.ts, «»c. ,
USM DEROYFILSAiNf
I [otßinjijll'iiraWL JiL?' MAKER
3| W, eLilefe 7&, rue di> Theatre. 75
•sa PARIS
I GUIDE-BOOK lor Distillers ol Brandies, Essen Essential
tial Essential Oils, etc. MANUAL for Distillers ol SUMS and
Lillustratep price lists fruon application.

bUP£RBCONSERVES
LOVERS of blgh ctaes preserves of
our delioitua Tropio&l fruits oan
j have
Sum S
AND
MARMALADES, &c.
of the first olfci-a snide from seleoied
fruit only by eh j undersigned, The
following is a list of the preserves
kept on band.
JfetsaavßD LIMS-8,
do GUaVaS,
do M4MEY APPLE,
do BHDDOtK
do BREADFRUIT FLOWERS
do tamarinds,
do GOLDEN APPLES,
co PAPAUS,
do PINE APPLES,
GUAVA JLvLs Y,
guava, marmalade,.
UKANGM MARMALADE,
MAMKY JELLY,
GOLDEN APPLE JELLY,
â–  OVEBNuH PLUM JELLY
Roasted Cashew Nuts,
JAMS cf every tropical fruit grown ir
Trinidad on band or made co order.
Mixed and Plain Picklee, fluffed
i eppero, Solomon Gundy,
Give us a Trial-
CATHERINE WALTERS,
9, St. Jam .a Street.
i£ iartm*
sty
SEAL JAPAN LIQUID
BLACKING
PBoDUGJBB
A BRILLIANT
AND
LASTING POLISH
Mar day Dressing for Brown Boot* and
Shooa, wUi cluanand romovealalns with
onl darkening the Leather
IB*
Polish is Waterproof
Win not rut,off nor uli tbe clothing.
JULIANjI!. 4ROHERAGO.
Br-ie Agent
Bull Bog lie
..... ■- ''l’kxSt
BUM JW)G STOUT
The Perfection of
Sotted Beers,
To be obtained of all the
Principal Dealers,

B&R CHAINS
IN
Watches & Jewellery
*? HE tin ’e-figned bog* to inform hit
■ uumercuß friends and Onttcnm
that he bao jctsf opened np his ft-*
ojnsigumer.t cl!
CHRISTMAS GOODS
which it a splendid lot of
CHEAP WATCHES.
Wi nh d.uole tbe prices at vbicbtiNf
ave minked.
JhWELLIiHYi! JEWELLERY!!
UcmpvisU g Gentlemen’s Gold and BUrrt
Albert ;uhains. Ladies Queen Ofawa
Gold and Silver Chains, Gold law
tialety Pine, Brooches, Barrings, Flag*
Binge, Bracelets,
j ELECTRO PLATED WABE-SUw
j Souvenir, T-.a Spoons, Soldiers of lb*
1 Qasen, quite a novelty, and numertbla
1 other asiieioe marked down at prlswto
defy Oompetitiou—Call early therefor*
if }you wish to secure some of Hum
Exceptional Bargains,
J, ADHEMAB PEBBZ,
Watch Maker & Jeweller.
Corner cf Q teen & Frederick fitreete,
Port-of-Spain -Qpp.eitj W. 0. BOM
St CO.
NOTICES.
LOT CE to hereby given that tin
ix pa l toar»hfp business carried on op
to itas day between Jnuan flenrp
Arche , Uletaett Frauds Cave aas
At bert Ccry Davies under the style w
firm cf Julian H. &bob» A Uo,»l>m
been disoived as from this day, and that
the i-ume will be oarried on by the edd
Ju-isn Henry Archer and Albert G«ry
Davrau under tbe same style or firta w
Julian H. Abchee & Co,
Datod at Pett-01-Spain, 16th .Now*-
ber, 19U0.
JULIAN H.AROHBB AW.
EUR BALE VEBY OHBAP,
N L Lane’s Low Bed Paknt I***
Circular daw Mill with Uarrisgi
out long end Patent j* *ucii
One Z 4 inch Doobli Surfaoaf n#*f
Planer and Matcher, Oireular 8a".
dteei Line bhaft and bteel
Bo.i.ng and other Minor Machnwe ana
appliances for Creole Lumber.
Ldicient as regards the UWtOf
Heavy Hardwood Logs, PUnin*
and Grooving, Moulding, Beading stw
Apply to
D*. OHAS. A. DILI,
Nell Frederick St
FOR SALE,
AN elegant American Vfotorto,
new and a fine, *tron| AswtjM
horse, Apply at
MRS VON BAUQ aIZ
U2nd— lm,
notice,
cor INVESTMENTS,
1 from 1500 to t dOffO-ToW
tty.
ALEX V. M. IHAVBS 01 '
eclidto* & to*"*”*
iGth L war Piiuce S r*et.
1 W?ok- 19tk Nov,,
FOB BENT.
N.dWLY fi i ' lec ’ lI Pt t i t d*9ar J'* i
"* oc ucd lea‘by bd**
•gtlid ftv*r w:
i-.nt minis''« r ' Kk .
a- so:. Kent moderate.
• btJ1 BDBft
18a Lo-vorPrioc* 8^
The POBT-or-Sriiu QW** j **
end publish jd »v«y
Bauviemat No Noof-Hpala,
of-Hpala, Noof-Hpala, Trinidi!. g#.
aloatious, Adv«rtl«e» Bntt
eeoeeivtd. ,