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Port of Spain gazette

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

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-no. 22427 (June 30, 1956).
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THE
PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE.

No. 4,987 VOL. XX.

ADAMSONS
property reqister
for bent.
ÃœBLVILLK COTTAGE now occupied
Iff by Tboa. Boyd Esq., corner of
Otoeooe sod Barrack Streets—Power -
•km 10th Peer., 1900.
FOB BENT.
POTTAGB rituate as corner of Otronlar
U Road and Darceul’s Lane Belmont,
y>iapMng Drawing, Dining and 8 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, front and aide galleries, atable
aoaouinodation and aaaal oat officer
IwetdMt possession.
WANTED.
«
} GOOD honae nerr the Savanna.
A About throe bedroom* and u«ni)
Xt offioaa and rtablas. About S4O or
MQ pi mouth.

I it
86* OUR
SPECIMENS
Df
B,I SRAKITB TOMBSTONES,
04LL A*
& I>AM.»O,Vd.
B **-r«n ti Beals,

| The Fourth Week
of oca
SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE
WILL BEGIN ON
MONDAY THE 26th,
And will only last but one week. Ae Christmas is near at hand we
are sure economical shoppers and oarefnl spenders will appreciate the
money-saving chances we offer this week. Here are a few of
our offerings:
Our Boaters end Bakers. .The prloe 840 $1 03, 182 This we k 64
720, 840,
Oombinatfcn Dipper—the “price 240 ; this week 16 cents.
Our new Lightning Sieve. The price 240, this week 160
Calenders, full family size. The price 300 this week 160
Lightning Egg Beaters and Cream Whip The prioe 20a (this week 120
Our assortment of Steamers, The prioe 400 and 480. this week 28 and 880.
One Lightening Beg Beater. The prioe 0o ; this week 8o
Batter Spades. The price 15, 180 and 240 : tbia week 8,10 and 12
Self Sealing Pie Tioa, The prioe 240 ; this week 180
Onr Perfection Oake Tina. The prioe 80 and 400 ; this week 22 and 82 1
Our Clean Out Oaks Tioa. The price 20c ; this week !5o
O T Machine or Fgg Beaters, The prioe 40 and 600, This week 24 and S6j
Graduated Meaanrce The prioe 430; this week 3Jo
Security Kettles The prioe 38, 65 and 60c ; this week 28. 39 and 40c
Dripping Pans. The prioe 20, 36 and 40o; thia week 18. 24 and 800
Steam Cereal Cooker. The price 720 and 1 08 ; this week 600 and 78c
Emeral Green Water Set*—l iasge jug and 0 tumblers The price $1 20
this weok 700
Emeral Green Dishes. The prioe 18, 20. 21, 30 and 8«o. This week 14.
16.18, 22 and 24
4$ itch 109 Cream Plates The prios 0o ; this wesk 4o
Ovri and Bound Glass Dkhes. The prioe 16, 18 and 210 ; this wwk 8.
10 and 160
Card Receivers— assorted colours—the prioe 88e ; this week 200
China Fruit Dishes The prioe 840 and l 82 : this week 45 and 86 end
many other artiolee too numerous to mention. In fact this
Week’s Bargain Sale Is a collection of
Useful Hou ehold Articles
FOB THB
Coming Holiday Season.
Wo riehitto be distinctly understood that these prices are for SPOT
CA - H and tor one week only, after that the usual prioe will he obArged
I
ONLY AT
* 1
MB 46 MMiSAJLII”
GEORGE Dr GAM4 & Co,
No, 6,: Frederick Street.

The largest Benefit Society in the We t Indies
The Sunbeam Benefit Society, Ltd.
You may suffer bom ILLNESS,
You may meet with and * OOIDEN I,
an you must face DEATH.
PoSole* giving protection In these different oiroumstanoes are Issued by the
Society, at a weekly premium of SIX CENTS and Upwards.
Special policies to Professional men, Clerks and others insuring £2 10 0 weekly
iu oeae of Illness or Aooident, £26 at Death.
Pmrtone rending in the Country dutricU having no loeal agent are invited to
correspond with the Society.
Interest paid Annually to all Policy holders not having drawn benefits during
the preoeding twelve mouths.
Over 8000 claims have been paid Id Trinidad,
â– very Information afforded to those deairing to beoome Polioy holders,
A. HANSON,- -Secretary A Manager.
NOTE —The Society la alwaya prepared,to employ capable, honert and tnduatrioua
men as Agent*.

# NATIONAL
inoiuce C#J.
OF IRELAND
BnABLIIHID. •• • 1893
Capital •• —11,000,000
Fobdb (over) ih 600,000
Hiad Omoi-il College Green, Dublin
The andorjigned having been
appointed Agint and Arrow* *r for
the FIBS DEPABTMBNT, ia pre prepared
pared prepared to aooept Biaks at Current
Bates.
FBED B. BOOST,
4, St Vinoent Bt., Port-of-Bpain.
Telephone—l2ls
FOB BALE-A BABGAIN.
One Boda Machine
By a CHAPELLb
Complete and in good workiag order
Apply at IF Upper Prieee fit

TRINIDAD, WJSDNKSLAi nOVEMBr’K 1000

YOU GAN GET
HIQQ-OLABB
Portraiture
no mb At tea
UP-TO-DATE PHOTO GALLERY,
M UfUBLOITB STREET- Port
of-Bpalii.
L' A' GEOFROYt
N B—Tbn B'ecttlo Tram Ojl drojji
run at tbe enirm.oe
FOB SALE
A COTTAGE on Bolmnnl OlrouUr
with all oonranianoea lor a family.
FOB BINT.
A Small Cottage on Baoo tiler Land*.
A, M. CAMPS.
Mb Me*

TBINID4D
Building ai’d Loan Association.
No. 3a MAUINfB EQHARK, F.
LOAN Meetings will be he.d In the
Office of the Association on the Arst
TUESDAY ol aver* month to receive
bids for
LOANS ON PROPERTIES,
And fix tbhe rate of premiums.
LOANS ON SHARES
May be applied for and granted to
members at any time without shove
formality at 8 per cent Interact par
annum, wi bout premium.
For further particulars apply to the
undersigned, at tho office, between the
hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.uj.
ALEX, F MATH ISON,
Bocrutary and Treasurer.

THE
CO-OPERAT!YB ICE DEPOT,
Fast ,Dry Rivtr, Quarry St,
Ice at ail Hours
10. PER POUND,
Sold by
A. GONZALES.
co White Sugar 8« per ih, PC
Blended Tea 8. per pkts. so sofa*
fa* sofa* Icing Sugar 12c per it
Cetron Peai, Jam*, 7ral:s in h-j
fcyrup ©
a BUouit*, Potted Meats, £
o St. Julieu Wine, St, Ketepbd
cm and Vin Graves, York Hams, ®
Mutton, Boiled Beel.
F Oysters, Salmon, Kippered P-
HerriDgs
Ui Herrings a la Sardines, Petits r
H Bois, 2.
\Z Haricots. Verts, Beet Boot, §
pQ Carrots
•< Capers, OHvee, Pickles White 5 *
and Black Pepper wi
ca w
© ALSO >
O go
Garfield Tea, Female Oorrective >â–º
« Herb t t-2
-2 t-2 Herbal* Smoking Mixture. Coca
Keia Wine M
la Warn pole’s Bee*, Iron and Wine _
â– g Wampole sU, L. Oil 2
ti 4 Soott Emulator and Kepler O L S
K OU with malt extraot, »
AT
F, A. BRUNTON,
Druggist.
Oor. of Pa'k & Charlotte Strs.
Port of Bpalo,
THE
People’s Pharmacy.
6T. ANN'S BO AD.
Jail the place where your prescrip prescriptions
tions prescriptions will be accurately dispensed
by a oompetent lieenaed druggist
with the purest and fretheal drugs
25 per cent, oheaper than elsewhere-
Now don’t fail to take advantage of
this and bring in yonr prescriptions.
FBBSH BHIPMENTB OF
DRUGS & CHEMICALS
Received every month.
Just received per • a. ' Ocamo ”
Canadian Healing Oil, Canadian
Pain Deatroyer, Holloway's Corn
Cure, Blckle'e Hyrup Ac. We alweys
keep in stock a large assortment of
Toilet Requisites at prices which
defy compel! lon. We expect shortly
a large and varied shipment of
Groceries for the coming Christmas
Season whioh we will dispose of at
our usual cheap rate.
THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY
Bt. Ann’s Road.
24*11-1900.

Simply Startling
Mb BKEOCH hag surpassed himself
In buying this year all kinds of
NOVELTIES
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
At prices never before offered to the
TRINIDAD PUBLIC.
......nOCt -
Boiutih 1 Mercerised Sateens
Regular 3dg. goodg at 120.
WHITE MUBLINB and Piques at lean than original oost; all shades l*i
SILKS, SATINS & RIBBONS,
M i Aft & fir-apery Muslins,
HATS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS in galore,
PARASOLS, PARASOLS, PARASOLS.
Large Centre Carpets, Sofa Rugs. &o. Ltoea, Insertions,
Cambric and Muslin Embroideries, Linens, Cottons, Shoet*
logs, Drills, Prints, Serges, Tweeds, Coatings, Flannels, ult-
EVERYTHING CHEAPEST IN THE ISLAND.
SKEOCH & CO.
Public Benefactors and Friends of the Boor,

lews for tic luiiictfioiis.
LAND FORRENT CHEAP.
The Estate known as Laventille
Situated about ona and a Shall mile from tha
City, and oompriaing ores
800 ACRES OF MOST FERTILE LAND,
(ALL] FACING 81. JUAN’S ROAD)
Will be “rented out In lota 100 feet s 60 fees. Theae landa are now planted In
oooounte, fruit treeo of all deaoriptioo and para aud guinea gras*. An opportunity
la now offered the lodoatrioua man or woman to outdo at a cheap rental lota of
land which may bs converted Into paying vegetable garden* and small home* thereon.
For further particular* apply to
r. 4. AJ3A,—• Bnupwick Square.
ITth July, 1900,

COCONUTB BOUGHT
Folly ripe and sound Cocoa*
nuts bought at
THE TRINIDAD OIL FACTORY
OH THH
LA BASSE .
tar OABH ON DELIVERY
G-O TO
Ross's Warehouse
KINO STREET
FOB-
Bargains

Three tans
-aim-
GODLEN FLEECE
TOBAUCOS.
Art now'exceptionally good, and
will continue to tie so.
BOTH BRANDBOFTOBAOOO
are now put up in 3>a. tine,
in addition to the usual 4 01.
tins that they have hitherto
been paoked in.
Chive the 9 ot. Tint a Malj
yuv win Ukt Him

t»U f

W. Cu-e
For Quality
BUT, AS A BUYER
YOU I'ARiS
FOH PRICK.
- in -
Waver ley Bicycles
Y>n have a emnblaaMoo of both.
Thro we are o earing rat so terms
wbhh bring them wlthlu the range ?f a
voij
HANDSOME CHRISTMAS PREBENT
at small coat. Now la your time to treat
Wife, Sweetheart or Daughter.
a'd put them lo good humour
for the whole of the coming
Certurj.
YOU’LL BUY THINBB CHEAP
AT
Arnott, Lambie & Co,
Old Bank BaUdlng. 00, King 81.
Telephone—l 33.
GOVERNMENT NOTIOEB
TENDERS.
For Supplying the Immigration Depot,
Five hlandt with water during the
year 1901.
D&TB of advertisement lo Boyal
Gasatte 17th November 1900.
Date for receiving Tenders, noon on
Thursday 90th Decamber 1900. Tar me
end oon itlona of Qontraot cm be ob obtained
tained obtained on application to tha Protestor cf
Immigrant*.
SUBURBAN WATER RAXES,
Belmont and Woodbrook
1900-I9OA.
TAN above BAZAS are aow peysbie
â–  at the Oelonial ZreMary and will be
received until the 81at December 1900,
after which dele those remaining unpaid
will be handed over to the Marsbelfor
ooligkg,
DAVID a HORSFOBD.
Reoeirat General,
■eoeiver General’s Office,
oth November, 1900.

TENDEBS.
lor tM Lmn of Government Lands m the
Montserrat Ward.
rtATK of edrertieeiaeat fan '• Boyd
w Qeaelto" giving term* end eondt*
you of ooatrool, 38 .b October, 1900*
Dot* lot rmlTifli Tradwii noon on
Friday 30*h Noveobet, 1000.
POBT-OV-8P AIN WATBB BATH
1900-1001,
THK above ratoe era now payable"*!
Ibe Colonial Treaenry and will be
received Drill the 3b! Dmaboi 1900,
after whiofa date.thoee remaining unpaid
will be banded over to toe Martha! to*
eolboEon.
DAVID B.HOR3FOFD,
BeoetTM OtneiaT* 01m.
lllta October, 1900.
FOR BALI.
MBSSUAOB emS LAND i No.3it
KJo| divert, Pei! of bpalo. A»»«f
10 MB L AMOUB
No 37 Qoeeo Bte—*. Port of %eto
WANT ED.
TWO of three Oanv*e**r*. Payment
b j commiaeion. Only tboee wii*
ling to work hard and pentetoatly
seed apply. Apply Buafceam Benefit
5e iety lAA



2

Sehrener & jO s
LUMBER YARD
/ >*v NOW LANDING
EX BGB >ON E U ‘t' HA DEB
f o%t LIYERPOf L, N
.—.... n oe— —
?5 000 B, WRP E PJ* BOARD
5.7,000 HPRUOBJ BOARDS
i 22,000
Which we offer < *'n iiAKB vl 0 a VVali» . aJLM &.
fiOHOKNKK & OO’S
Lumber Yard,
Opposite Railway Station.
t HE
1m ~i‘- -I'p i ll' Blflll.
Oie fO-cslOd eapy ayeum, mark
you, bu a bona fide « »iy system.
CLOCKS, ELECTItO-KLAI’E,
Watches, Sw HIG "ST U G JR S 3 *
Hold up ra a system tint Ls e. ay to a proved parties
For Household Goods, Adoiiimenis&o.
First consult only tho
Gosmojioht tii i pt Hialy
J. L. STEELE,
26, Queen (Street.

Piano Warehouse,
Piano* I
9 Din /
•njo*, »!aiid, abaa ten*., ;*nd •t« 9 »it g he i» M) u»neo
Md V jv»i Math'.,
fbi fluim *ad Uwm) W VBUH 3U 18 io tb» West Indies, solely devoted
tc the iat«»rei{* of too amaioal community.
TONING AND REPAIRING—4 SPECIALITY.
H * Pi’iOMG-—l3 Frederick Street.
rntmmmmmmammsmmtmmmmi ,m«jot* mM* Photographic Plates
AND
POINTING OUT PArJKKS
ALSO
DEVELOPING AGENJ 8 Eto,, such as :

Ctye'ala
ft. > duirh'a
luce Niuic Acid
Quiuol
UsMiatic Bode
Auiu.onia notation dHU

--... <—l—,
Hooke lo HI MMAOBOT OA'. SrUDiCNfS, l«tos< edition*.
THE BRITISH PHARMACOPEIA 1898.
Squire* '-unp »u'..i -w : * a P i : i.»:..pu> a, X.e Ex ru I’b ir-
IBficO'tafi* : Alii-If ;*J. a.ict Wu -» »
AT

Alum
Potiueium Osahte
Hypo
ramoniutn Bromide
Po»m (Jarbouate
UhoK ride of Gold
Ammonium SulphooynoiJe etc

THE PORT OF SPAIN OAZETfi WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2* l -o0

RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT
Manila Cigars
(CUSTADOS AND WINDSOR)
ALSO
fUYM NAVY CUT TOBACC3
IN i lb. TINS
And Ho) land in W tier
FOB BALK BY
__ k 00.
rWE HAVE GOT LEATHER TO SELL
And we mean to sell it to. We have
alwayi add LEATHER and the more
we sell the more we want to sell.
We now beg to let the public koow that we are continually receiving
both from Burope and America fresh shipments cf
Wt fsmemadt a tpecial study of m stem m ssmsb m ■ .—i—..
th, leather, rods. j T|| | Q
Oui prices can't bo beat, I | am 9 || & a*®
WE LEAOJN THIB LINE, ■ » ■ 9mm I 1
and which mako the finest assortment ever shown
in Trinidad—TO SEE 18 TO BUY.
0-0. IS; ZA.XjEJf' 33'BtO’ ITELKORa.
IS TBH BiQHT SIOBB FOB LeATHEB.
SHOE-MAKERS, S4DDLEKB, BOOK-BINDERS.
W«- hava.LEATiIP.R of ere”? kind to auil y> j LmH-r f.,r Upper*. L-ntberlifor
Soiea. Leather I t Lini g. Leather for Biippers. Leather for Fancy Work.'
Leather Belts.
LEATHER IOR HARNESS, LEATHER FOR CARRIAGES.
In fact groat varieties of LEATHER ere to b> four: at GONZALES'
Everyone who deals in Leather or mnirea up leather in et.v form u*e invited
to 03.11 and see the NOYHLTIK3 IN LE aTiISR >;.» diapLjeJ at our Sioro.
35, Frederick Street,
REMEMBER! GONZALES FOR LEATHER.

DRIT4L PAttLOOB.
â– V*. II Fr-eJemSt iStrut, cpf-oiitt Mr
f ?r99tr*
XMtarwm H-. lb,
DA. c. fl. DALY, D D.g.
â– ziraotfou of To th and other opera-
Ucn* ip’-rformod sSOhonl pain by
approved
;Anassthetia System.
Part ouftll; aelnotod Teath fer A. tifioinl
DtOtowt, Gold ar.d 31iv«r iitapplng.i
guaranteed and *t
SEASONABLE PBIOBS,
BALE FOU TUESDAY THE 18th
DECEMBER 1900
pOBLWJ NOTICE l« hereby given that
15 oncer and by virtue of th« BtatuP ry
Power of Sal* uenferred upon Mortgagees
by the Oonveyacoinc anti Liw of Pro Property
perty Property Or llnano e 1884 and liy virtue t f
Deed da‘e I 24th January 1888 Begl.frrvcl
a# No 187 Protocol of Dreda for that yetr
and made between Angela N--gorj of iin<
cnn pat («ii oa decease I) and Herret
Kokatoiu (a’to »lnoe deoeeend)- f the othe
p»r , there srill b* poe up for vale by
I’ub'io Auotiua hr tLe unde iiguoj etth.
M rt No 2 St, Vltwut Bt-u'. Part- I I-8
-8 I-8 in ou Tuneday 18-. h Dwionam
19P0 bvttsce’i lh» h . * ot in* and two
of the clack All end Singular th«t oeitain peroel i.-t
El d and tho uiutui.o thereof, known ar
' it N . 188 Unm-pc etrvet In the Town
of Ariro. cud abnt’h g on ih© North up. n
t» lot of l«nd l along!- * to . i « .v.ermdi-t
Noe', South ou Gurnapo htioet. East os
® ljt of iiod tielonglcg to 000 Jtac
I’ierre Ayvr acd i n toe Wtet oa lar.i.
l.t*!y of one Lean o<*» tnu > but now h
1 fi tz .oi- Ueorg** J*( kor h- wsoev ,
tbe same rauy b, tutlei or boundei
t g * he- with tbe eayurienaDoee theretr
tieloi *c-f.
Doted thi 12th dry of Noveiaher ’WO
(«gd) I'BED, Em. BUOTT,
AUcpouvoft

Ex S.S, SAVAN'
FROM LONDON.
oo
5,453 Bags NAOiU BICE
300 UM6O MILK -1 lb Tinß dnfif/u-iSicMa.
■■— oo
EX S.S. 'ORION’
FROM LIVERPOOL.
1 050 Boxes SOAP, 56 lb?., —20 g. Prize Medal.
200 „ du. 50 „ —24 g, ;.do.
yOB^SALBIBY
IJIJLIAN3U. ARCHEHS* Co
For 1 - f-Spain, South Quay,
3 st October, 1900.

| Revolver Hi out,
?
1 Revolver Stout.
Not only the most stimulating, bm
also the mo*t nourishing STOUT,
sold on this Market Market!
! Market! Brewed in BcoHartd from the purest
Malt & Hops only, and matured in
Wood for 18 months to 2 years
before being bottled
Btwara of Imitations
AHii KOK
HEVOLVtR STOUT
AND BKE THAT YOU GET IT.
Many Spurious and Worthless
iudtatkns ire being oflVred to the
Public, by unscrupulous shop shopkeepers
keepers shopkeepers and on the 7ih November,
» shopket per was convicted befo.e
ibn Mogis rate of Porr. of Spai-j fo*
l ottling off Ocmmon Stout in bottles
bearing the " BovoWtr Stoui” label
«nd Stflllog g.sme aa the genuine
article, and a lit.a ot XlO or two
months imprisonment was inflicted-
NOTICE.
A BEWARD OF £100
«ill be paid to anyone givlrg such
information as wi l lead to the Cun Cunviotion
viotion Cunviotion cf any person or persona,
bottl ng off interior rubbnh, and
l»alr»ing off g ame on the public as
’ Revolver Stout."
" Revolver Ktou " can be ob obained
ained obained in barrels containrg 7 doz.
i'icta or 4 doz. Quarts, ficm nil
U«a!< r ?1 ArjC i by retail cf atj lerpeot lerpeotable
able lerpeotable -bipitteperß, orWhpJ.sale oi
RU 'T, TROWBRIDGE A CO ,
iroie Agent* for Trini ( »d.
baoou ttecet,
lilUi Norr, luut).

THE
Trinidad Brewer}- Co. liaiited.
â– â– ' â–  I 0
rs HE following Ja tha Government Analyst’s report upon GANNON
I BTOUT :—'" Tbia sample has an crijinal gravity of 1072. The Stout ie
of GOOD QUALITY, PURE and WHOLESOME,”
After oareial le»ts it was dedded to ass only CANNON STOUT a* th
Medical and o'.ber Government Insltiationa, and the Tenders for 1901
O illt d for nothing else. gsa*
CANNON BTOU f is sold io barrels of 7 dozen pints at $5 SO or in
hnndy boxes of 3 dozen pints at $2 70. These can be obtained at Messrs.
Haley ft Co., Haynes & Go., E H. Bapsey, E. Tripp & Go- or through
any dealer.
The Company is also ptMlng on the market an ex'r*, well matured
Sfous sailed IMPERIAL SIOUT at 36 per case of 7 dozen. Speoiaily
recommended for family use.
THE TRINIDAD BREWERY CO. LIMITED*
E Ade PASS & CO
9, BROAD ST.—LONDON.
-A. S- COFFEE EX JHANGS,-NEW YORK,
General Commission Merchants.
Mr. 0. B fde Mercado a member of; the above' firms is
now in Trinidad and may be sv>an or addressed at the office
of Mr. L. J, Bernstein comer of Lower Charlotte Street and
Marine Square.
Arrangements can be made with him for the execution of
indents from the United Kingdom, the Continent of Europe
and the United States, and also fur the handling of consign
ments of all description of West Indian Produce.

MaeKenzie and Kirtorij
GENERAL ijGMMiaSIQM A EdiAIES AGENTS,
Have jaal received and offer for
sale a fresh shipment of
HOSTEE’S WIENER BEER
Also another lot of our
AMERICAN ROAD CARTS
Os speoiaily strong make, and
ONK FOUS-SEATED ENGLISH DOG OAKT.

CHRISTMAS.
>c-, o o«
Jus!reoeivedoar first
shipment oi
XMAS COODI
Including;
Hanitoy and t P Inasrß Biscuits, Fruits in In Syrup,
Jims, 3w,seta, Ohrystalliz id Fruits, Fds, Prunes,
Pbell Monads, &o Ano MAYPOLE BTRAW
HAT POLISH, —Blaok, Grero, Red, Straw, Brown,
Dark Blur, &o,
THE ROYAL PHARMACY .
IRANOIvi A. JONES,-Draggiat,
41, Ohailci te Bt., Porl-of-Spaio,
w — .
MAr ibis, iMi Arrivals,
THIS WEEK FOB THE
Trinidad Pharmacy
HAMS.
EDAM CHEESES& TACIT. BUTTER,
JAMS & CURB4NTH in cases,
mWLL & IW'SB,
HUNTLEY & PALMEHS BISCUITe (snorted)
I'A»C LL’rj CU ,PK .iuJSEtti.
Pot’s, Madeira nj Sherios,
Hatst Sauternes and Graves.
» «cs 3BIt-I %.*, C3r*;i2*. A.O.
Whc leeaia Payer* vigil the
TRINIDAD PHARMACY,
UtO_. 0. »IHWMIiUuaM,~M«wi«, ’* K ” s

„ TH.ia 08 \
Produce
Exchange
0«, MARINE SQUARE. I
POBT-OF3P*J.N.^^
ALL AIM SALES
AT 1 P-M P-M---UNLESS
--UNLESS P-M---UNLESS OTHERWISE ADVEBTIBEIL
\ I * E
* to Mil by pQbi,o Auc;ioa
** 1 for the benefit SS
purttßS concerned. Io ail case* TJZ
AUOUOiS 6ALE
os
HOUSEHOUMJIffIIITIIIiI
Saturday, Ist December 1900.
AT 2 P.M. PROMPT.
FAVOURED by loatrooUfloi hm
Tbot- B yd fcrq. the eH!|
fell by Public Auction the
Furniture u» No. Clarence itzMi
(o preiie fheGoai.).
DINING ROOM-Dining Table, Djj aw
Wggoa, Obaire, Picture*, 8 day clock
C i
Oi-e " Dingers’ Treadle Sewing HMfa
with drawers sad flat.
DRAWING ROOM - Facoy
Obahfl, Ben weed R-ckeri, WhM.
note, Btmbco Plant BtasJj wtte
Visee, Bamboo Tea Tables, Gipsy
Table*. Lamps, (Brae* ) Jhadeulo,
:
Altosor, London, 2 Wicker (JLtiri,
F , .i- g I hairs, A urge Juminiitw
Oâ–  po Piveo Slooi (b bm), Beet
wo! ‘1 fr, Drawing room, Beat wd
B - od or Screen*
BSDiiO Vis—W-.rdrobe with Mirror,
R,.r, • Drets i g Table with Mirror,
W- • . t u # «i u Ware, Mirrota,
Obabe. ;:aii.a.me B ass Bedstead
Spri g Alai ess. Hair Mat!mi,lroe
Btdsteade, Crfb Matreina, Pillow,
Mo?qoito Lets, Carpet, Sou,l boo
Bedsceed, etc. etc.
PANTRY-Ice Chest, Meat Salahi Salahitear
tear Salahitear Filter and uudries,
KITOFEN $ YARD—Dog Kmml
: tr.vos, Pete and Pans, TibUiik
etc.
Terms (Jaeh on the fall of tbs bamw
an \ b .io.e delivery,
REFRESHMENTS
J RUSSBLL-MUSBAY.
SIXTH
Live Stock Sale,
Tuesday, 4th Deer,, 1900,
(Particulars later,)

SALK BY A.BCTION
OF
ELECTRO PLATED WARS ANI
FANCY goods
On or about Daoeinber 3rd s ooneigo'
a Gi;t oi English Fanoy Food*, 1 Sl*®#*
pitted Ware, China Tea Set*, »**S
Ca (full.detail* later)
HORSE AND CABBIAOS
REGISTER.
OWING to the nnmb« es
far the Private Sale of HotW. jff
S ch ar l Vehiolee. The und*kf»«
h a ana: ged to open a
register
f „• tho abcvo Stook trailabiefac
8 de. Further iuformatioa Mg"®*
.ermi etc, to be had on SPP
the undtrelgoed,
J. RUBSELL-MUBBAI.
Firat List for P^** 1
Sals*:
601—A CARRIAGE HOBtfH* 1 "
pi e oor double heroeea j
. 2—A lUY GELDING- j
O rvii action. Q u ‘ et ia j
Feat. „ Good j
& 3—A MULE-aellc* "**
Dr*nght I
50-i-A fON Y-2J jearr-» » »
lc a h*me« or
Vehicles. ~,1
KH-AK ABMSTBOSO B'^L - I
unable, newlyl
1)4--A HEAR>E-18/MtailS I
UJfi-A LAND KAU -1° **" I
at> i now in use: {,ftk I
ICC A GJVEBNAId oA*£ 1
Lirb* end In tmo o*
, O—SNOBS I
H ,r*o end Her e*
tv. t-j cut io fi«« rtf »** I
ll g . O—seated fort" 0,
fob SALS* j
* ™ T iS*omwss«* 1
„ ,S tn>d N 1
‘L .• hues- f i , >?«•*%* 1
, »Pte u*e) (m '• u ; . j B<* :12J 1
1 ,-or.r r I
:11 tn*. Tra»r»t fa *• |
f r maWnir I
r t jrioduoe Droktr *



Si] Ift i n
with Kww (â– * : n
111 111 ill m*
-
TOYP, GAMES, MUSICAL GOODS, BOOKS
IN IMMFNSB VARIETY
Out Xm» display of *beno GOODS ia the lar?r st and
Baat org ; n?z»d io towr, the whole beirg lighted ly
Electricity ui-’ktog ft perfect—f'ftiry and.
Special Arrivals added to the Bhow this
week.
Dolls Hrtwe stan-Uns 30 inches hlph **lth I on JB ooEfos JB Anto haips wi'h mulo bocks .. #I.OB and 2.foeneb
Plfrentatlcn Booke, well bound, rcugh ard gi’fc't £
edges good Fubjecta. a laree aisortme’t vr-y I g
suitable for Soliool ptisae &25 per eect cbee; ’[%
than ordinary prices / »
To Ocuntry Shopkeepers—- Mechanical Toys, for your
Store* and Gla»s Oases Ibeea are a gras* s th ciion
they draw big crowds «o yon* (hop, ard nr» ohf.ap
Mnrioal B xas ploying f ora Ito 8 tunes. .§1 5J ' S9.CO
Chinese Lanterns. a beautiful lot, some oreum led
with reeds and beads .. .. l f, o to 84c
Musioal (J!ockß Nickel plated, good time kepn
play a tune at the half and hour ~ *8 60
Dolls trunks fitted with do-l & trousseau from 96, * 8.60
See our l»rgo boxes rs C m intiion G.moa oo»ih Irg :
Peel Billiards. Ten Pins and Orcquet
Concertinas, Melodious, Guita-s, Qu t os, V 'b r, Fir.tea
Piooolos, Fageolete. Olarionetto*, &o.
Mechanics) Locomotives .. .. 7 io eaoh
will run bsckwards and then forwen:.
Ohioese Kites 80. .. Milltv ; K » s
DOXiX.«I-
Dressed & undreamed
Hundreds arranged in line for your te c; ion.
The Bonanza

ICJS EETABMSHMKNI
48 King Brneet
I- 3U M&l&y & €> : 5 r#prietors.
hi ’i in————oo" -a»a
AT THIS OLD & WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
YOU OAK G HIT :
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQ m OF All. KINDS
Meat of the finest quality, to on* aular customers only,
it is not sold for cash.
IURDWAIRE. HOUSE FURNISH'N’, GOODS, EARTHENWARE
Cutlery, Plated Ware, (Unaware, and many
other items too numerous to peoify.
We have recently transferred all our Or km • Liquir and Hardware from
No, 47 ia oar ova pr Junes, No. 48, m r> it is acre com pic t and bettor
displayed, and w<3 wilt be el a 1 it' a* i:a<,Jui»rs aud the general
Pablic will inspect same at their coav aie ice .
O fcXA-X. 1r *Se 00.
lOE ESTaBI.I • H MEN r,
9tb ISovr,, 1900-
TODD
TIETIEi .A IRCLA.'D.fiJ
>♦»♦<
What about your* Christmas Presents
Anything ia not goed enough. Buy them while there is a
good assortment to ohooae from At the Arcade you oan
have the beat value and genuine quality at the right prioea,
Received* Ex 8.M.8. “DON.”
Choice Selection of SILVERWARE and EI.ECIRO-PLATE
Extremely pretty GOODS in the very latest artistic designs.
AL c O
Lovely assortment of F ANCY BASK RTS
and Basket Ware in W P. BASKETS, WORK BASKETS, WALL
POCKET-, Ac, &0.,
Ladies should call early to see those as the low prioes at whiob
they have been marked muat ensure speedy aalea
NEW LOT OF
Windt-or & N wtor> Artistic Studio.
These are the very latest published and this lot
oontainß some very effective studies. Complete
stock of Artists Materials kept in stock, colours
in Tubes, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, Pencils,
Crayons, Ac, <&e, all at the right price 3.
Toy * -HUW,
The best selection of Toys in the island. Toys of every
«nd at prices to suit every purchaser. A marked
the lowest margin of protit.
DAVIDSON AND (TODD
The Arcade.
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* . , A» -*• **•*% <*■**•**•■■

THE POUT OF SPAIN AZFTTP'WRDNFT)AY NC»YETVIR«P, 33 1900

Tb km
OO
Ladies, Gents & Childrens FOOTWEAK
at prioes to suit you
A larger, newer, more stylish cr better assorted stock
cannot be seen in the trade.
Our BOOT DEPT ii a Store iu itself
NEW GOODS TBIS WEEK WEEKi
i WEEKi
o<»re- P 'ipprrs thick L’ t!i am si.loj ... JRc ap« i*
Girls 01 eth ties!ic site Loots very neat .. 60j a p>ir
Ladle* Girth elastic ride Loots ju*t ma> ked
eff .. .. . .. 95c a pelr
Ladies GlatS kid, 01. tb bop but&< n B'ot .. 6,» « p-ff
Lv ics a’.i Glace kid L-.c .Bo 't hi;b .. 6" a pair
Ladies B'ack kid Loot* elesiio nide white
stitching, bead & silk taspel only .. #l.2 n a pair
Glace kid o’aaMc side boot -hito BUto’ lor,
inaitatior. buttr ned... .. ... 5s a p;:i?
Ladies all bUok kid b;ot high hoed leg
good stjl* .. .. .. 5s a pair
Ladies Glaoe kid buttoned cloth bop boob 6« a pair
All Glace kid dsstio aile boots with white
atitohirg .. ~ ~ ~ $3.30 a pair
Glace kid boot, ololb top with clasps .. 10s a p»lr
BLACK AND TAN CARACAS BOOTS
Laced JButGoned elaetio side.
NEW AMERICAN SHAPES FOR LA i IE t & GENTS
Gents pot poise bide elastic side Boob
English shape, band sewn .. .. 480 a pair
Gants C"df elastic fide Bsct wh.!e n l!i ary
front good Bole .. ~ .. 2.75 a pair
Gmith Brothers & Co.

Queens
Park
CL
ON account of nob receiving Fttr>
niture Queen’s Park Oafc wii
not be opened on 15 h as adver<
vised ; but as soon as ready the
public will be notified.
JOSE Fe REIS’
CHERRY BRANDY.
LEADS \LL OTBKH t
883 SHAH TOO GBt
ThU- GJtSUiiSae AFIIfIU,
VAKB NO OXHKIB
to BS eSTSIBIO it
THE NEW YORK ESTABLISHMENT,
lie Eiciiaage mi H»?t* Su
REIS’S GENUINE CHERRY
BRANDY
THIS popnlcr Ot rdiaq besides being
(Used for occktaile, etc., U also used In
the making of cakes, where its fire and
aromatic flavour ocnsideisbly increases
their richness.

jgfc o * •«
SPECIAL PAINTS
Leave a glossy and perfect finish, are more lasting, have more
body and are cheaper by 2/ a Keg to any
other Brand.
Ross’ Special Enamels 15c.
Ross' Special Varnish 12c.
BARGAINS
BEDROOM GLOBE LAMPS 24c
PARLOUR LAMPS *IOO
AT ROBS’ WAREHOUSE
SIVQBIBBXV.

« III® ft «
Smith eras c 4 h
BICYf.I ES AKQ SOSDBIES SOSDBIESEAGLE
EAGLE SOSDBIESEAGLE BICYCLES.
To carry a heavy weigh Mey have a
qn'd stay—Spot cash ea .. ... S6O 00
THE E XPRESS we hiive . few left, this machine will
give yr a entire eatisfeotk :• -we would cot bacdl« a
biojcio that would’a 1 ..
The Express w ! th mudguard* ooly ... 20 &’e!a csali
With Aubcmvtio Oceat*r sr d bt*kc.. 26 do’s
Another Lsdies Wonirch Chbinless
Them will be the wheel of ‘JOI-No ci* ty ebsin, easy
ron* In», dean r. o ! '-;«rt ridii-g,
On* *t-1 oesh p la» irCiec D Gent*.. 60 dels enob
IN LYCLB BGNDBIE > We mu well stocked,
0> liiKKTIN Q GOODS
Note these New Lines ;
The Vreumafio Surrey Batfing Shields, Nkw kinds if
W[CKBT-KKEPING G O VES
CALL AND SEE THEM,
f ; *e nr All fork handle Bts .. 7 dole and 8 dots each
A FSi n "i>9ck f new Leg Guards seme patent makis
BAT TWINE AND PEGI
There well known Bits are here sgsln ;
T! Clinker. Lcrds Cbsmaplou. Exceller, Wtfdeos
Ee:*-o‘<-d, Crawford Pr-tent. Rat ji Ac., Ac.
THE BONANZA

JOSE S', itc.it> 1
SANTIAGO BOUQUET
'T' i.,'
M | : -S' S
-ir & W
o . ! b
c o
â– ; - SiJigSM I 3
: 1 pills®; -
Tla in tid Ptpito Drill,
â–  v
m *sic for it
C« obulx»* ! d Or
Tbe EmL-as tM Kisiug Son
REIS'S SANTIAGO BOUQUET BOUQUETAVERY
AVERY BOUQUETAVERY pleasant Cordial, equal to
and f*r superior!!;! an many higher
p ioed Liqueurs. M->y be used either
plain cr mixed with soda water: For
o>. ok tails or punch it Is unexcelled.

oo
A Beautiful lot of Now G 'OI>B reoeivod
this week, it ia only possible to enu enumerate
merate enumerate a few, as follows :
AU ovor Lacca, pro l pntfern* fr-tbrfa'l fr-tbrfa'liog
iog fr-tbrfa'liog ribbon Lr.vers ka t* Ao ’8 u »Ua
36. 40, A 48c yard
Silk L»ce* and insertion*, ell wi-*tbe in
w! i a err am ncr Tusoan at 6 6, 8. 10, 12a & up,
B'feck li ee ail over handsome pattern 48m
wide at .. .. .. #2 CO
B’ack lore all over £4lrj wide at ~ 180 a yard
C rsm ; aoa o’l over 46 n*l*e *6 .. 2.00 do
W! i!e lam* all ove* 241 n 7ri«* at .. 1,80 do
Bho’< & WoUe Isi’a Rows something new
24 J 48c a«e’>
Swansdewn trlisinV« .. .. 20c a yard
Cellar and Ooff set# lu plain j ique, imb'ci imb'cidersd
dersd imb'cidersd rt K red 11-en u:o 24 36 and 480 tile set
Siik Lace handkerchief silk car.*re ~ SOo aseh
Lerpe* e’ze .. .. ... 400 each
Ladle,; era! ehapo baro’kf "t eg* different
shades .. ~ ~ 880
s'ro with vu-se inside only .. SOo each
■Bin hard’hf ha;-rvoe'y made and padded
n’ok. l flstlnjt ody .. .. 90a oa« h
Iraltctini rooc- 'i o feather oval bHf only 800 each
Si'kbrelded gin military pat'rrna JB;a yd 1 all
riik em' roide cd i iurtion* floral n«:torna 200 / otlora
Porg'o Sbk all colors 541 n long only 24a etoh
RIBBONI, RIBBONS, RIBBONS.
A iv?e shipment opened up this week these added to
rur p pvir us Important n rr.ske an iramor aoand beauti beautifuUtick
fuUtick beautifuUtick f pure silk sr d imltstSon bilk Ribbons, ail
vridihe in pkln corded *hk, plain Satin Silk falllee
fanchg eto. e‘o, tow coles new styles »’ d novelties.
At cur regular p;ims —Bridal Wreaths. Feathers and
' ingß o«prsT?, Prbce of Wales Fea hu's all oolors,
Os rfvh Fuathei s ell oclois, mounts in shaded colors.
SWI'H BROTHERS & 00.

i m L Ai.'t 'v. j ii>rt
.TISB APD MFJR
‘nsurs.nec
Oomoany
OAFITAL.,..T.^I,.ja i OOO,OOO.
Paid up Gap? iuji and
Fund J81,d40,033
INS UR AN 0® S effected
1 ag&met lose or damage by
fire on buildings and contents
oi V» r t»rohoase?, Office, Shop
and store premises ana Private
Dwellings at moderate
Pnmpi 2nd Equitable Settle
meni a/ Lo»ses,
Aobutp :
*M 1 P l-. Hurt i% OO'
The Bonanza.
PoiLoLSp* a
Tria'iiid
S. B. •* MANZANAUEB.”
OHIPPER'I end She publio arc hereby
*3 notlStd ihat the S-H. ‘‘ Mai mdudo’
ail! be wi'.bdrAwci from service for clean*
Ir * »nd rfcprif* from the 20« b November
tc tbe 12'h Deormber. on wbioh date she
will resume bar Itinerary by >be Srnthern
ronte,
18th November, 19C0.
LATEST NEWb~FROM
ABROAD
By West Indin k Panama Telegraph
Go. Limited
London, Nov, 27>b,
Thw VVflkt India Ccmmlltee rtport
liial at a conference held at thn
ministry of finance in Vienna on the
23rd inar,, the agreement arrived at
m Paris last month regarding the
conditions in the abolition at Bogar
Bounties (vide bulletin 26*fa Ootober)
w tg oocsidered.
After an exhaustive dleouesion tbe
experts prr leut expressed themseives
in favour, ! an international settle*
men! as tbe basis of that agreement,
but deolored that tbe final attitude
must depend on tbe course the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming Jrusse's Conference might
take.
New York, Nov. 27 London news announces that Mr
Hanburg tbe President of the Board
of Agriculture addressing bis consti constituents
tuents constituents yesterday at Preston referred,
to Mr Kruger’s complaints of British
barbarity in Booth Africa, and stated
that it is no time r r the dying members of the rebellion,
for it is now nothing else, and that It
should be stamped out vigorously.
Nobody he oon:inucd grudges Mr
Kruger the Frenoh demonstrations as
it is only Datura! that Frenoh republi republicans
cans republicans should sympathise with a repub
ilcan President, and England her hersi
si hersi If always sympathised with fallen
groatueu, adding tba* no Government
ocnld be more dUoreet than that of
Finroe ii,
The Oorreep.ndeLt of the " BtamUrd”
» Pretoria, report* that the Boeru are
planning to ri-joiu tbe dbatloeted Dutch
wt.hin the Border* of Gape (Jclouy
wl ere lecret rrppliee of arm* *re to
be awaiting them.
\ Oapetown despatch atates that the
Tran (port Canada" ha* called for
Durban pteeamably to embark Lard
Roberta.
A deapaioh from Zto si bar report* that
our tbowand Bomall* have revolted in

Jub'Lud, killing Commissioner Jennc-,
>»r d eplengering the safety cf h Oolooels Tiroan and Baloh with five
hundred men are rendering assistance,
«nd HM S " Magioience” ha* been
o dered to Kiamaya,
P*ii* despatches annruooe that M»
K u*er yesterday visited M Waldeek
Rousseau, the Premier, and to day will
pny a visit to M Deloaase, the Mkister
of Foreign Affaire,
A de>pa oh from 86 Petersburg reports
tbv the huPetina issued, regarding the
hoelrh of the (Jaar. state Ihst his
condition ir. very satisfactory and that
a distfvot improvement is observable.
Continental news i. atrs that It la
reported that France, Germany and
Au*?r ! hsva signed a protocol, favoring
the abolition of sugar bounties and that
•he tiji aiiri. s haviig learned that
Ei glsn 1 does not prop »e to
eetatlleh oountervailinf duties will pro
pose sci |re-ope« the Brussels conference
to submit a tripartite arrangement, as
the basis for an International convention
to tie rat l Cxi by the reapeotive psrlia*
monte,
Berlin news states that a denial Is
given to the report that Germany
d«>B ; g- sto require the Island of Curacao
*n«t » general statement is also made
that fiermaiiy does not intend to acquire
iu any way any territory in North
Contra! or South America as she values
the friendship of the United States too
high)) to thus Jeopardise it:
Lsndon, November 27th
L'utar in Stock on the 24th inatant
was 49,000 ton f, last y rv 44,000 ton*.
St Laois, 27th,
HUS “ Indefatigable" arrived at
6 am,
Grenada 27th
“ Esk” gee* Trinidad about 8 pm
GBUBEHI PBIOBS
New York November 27th
Flour City Miiir for the
Wot Indies par banal 94,00
Meal, Kilndried ... .. 2.25 to 2.40
New Reason's Fork ~124 to 18
Heavy Mess fork „ ~ 12 to 124
i Crystals pas lb.. 4 3-8
Soeaa I Fair to Goad
f Wsimlng* ~ 3 7-8
English Islands Molasses
pas gallon
Premium on Gold ~
Brekengc New York *
koodoo 4 814 to 4.811
fcondoo, November 27th
(Dimeters Oryr •
I laisewt .. 14/0 to 15<0
Muscovado p aw| 11(6 to 12/3
| German Beat 88
loto f.o.b ... ~ 9/9
Demarara Bum par jal 1/84 to 1/10
Trinidad Cocoa, Good
Middling R«d, pas awt 72/
'enrols *x Interest 984
Uenk of England rata of
Dieeouit ~ w 4 par cant
Java Sugar 98 par aant
Oflsaltai or Channel 10,
-irdars, floating terms
pat twl ... 1219
ti re* par scut, Santas
»r Pirtr .. .. 100,80
* As the grade of *' Fair to Good
K* fining" Is now obsolete, it Is under}
e joil that this quotation applies to
Muscovado 890 tea." Instead
BHIPPING NEWS.
The SMB Derwent whloh left on
i • urday last for Granada, took away
162 bags (Van) ooooa, 1888 bags
( riaidtd) cocoa. 1718 bags sugar,
] 3 bags horti, 480 bags oopra 1218
1 gt aooanuts, 23 bales batata 4663
l rrels asphalt, 490 oaseß bitters
] 72 bides, 8 cases tooaa beans, 498
1 ,s wood, 10 pkgs hardware, 8
i its lime juice, and 708 pkgs mdse.
e steamer also took away the fo!-
l vlng pssseugera Mrs EAodrO aud
o Misses Andrd (two) and kl
C oksrs,
The Venezuelan staamer " Msnza.
xuiras," Captain McDonald, 604 tOM

f
fIPATOP S CHINESE HOODS
A. lovely lot now being marked ofi and
will be on Rale To-Day.
These goods are curious and at the same time useful
end decorative in *ll rs vhi h oao he seen the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful handwork ft the J pa: e«e »nd Chinese, even down
to fho 8c ath tray
THIS SHIPMENT CONSIST OF.—
Lacquered Waiters and trays all shapes and sices
Handkf. box»swith keys, ssh trava ail sfs»a
G'ove B im, Trir ket hexes, jewel boxes
Tea Oaib’lca dimer gongs in beautiful worked meats!
Cmiau* cm*merits, Musical Decanters
Wall plaques different slrsee, work bexea
Pictures in Japaceee subjects and frames, sane
Sofa Cushions, See the Tiger
Chi' aae Tea pot* and Tea Sets
Japanese Vase* beautiful tylet and oolors
Chinese Fern Bawls, Basin and Plates,
Japanese Bead Blinds
Cups and Saucers China ash trays
Gold Tinsel Twine 12c a ball
P»)m fens assorted colors Chinese Ltnters
Oil Paintings \ Lee*! w> rk of the highest ordes in
Framed f good and handsome frames very cheap
Electro-Plated Ware
we bold a large aud beautiful stock saleable for Wad Wadding
ding Wadding an Xmas Gifts.
Fanoy Embrordered aud Satin i _ _
work and Roman Work J For B, “»»
ESSENCES OF THE BEST QUALITY
IN PRESENTATION CASES.
The Bonanza.

lelt on Monday night last for Mar Martinique
tinique Martinique with 80 ions general oargo.
The Liverpool steamer •* Yucatan ’*
Captain Pearoe, 1798 tong, arrived
yesterday shortly after noon in 21
hours from Barbados with 336 tong
general oar«o and the following
paeaengirs: Messrs Crtswell, G Brown,
J Atkinson, Mclntosh, two children,
nurse and 9 deckers, bhe leaves this
evening for La Guayra at 4 p.m.
J bo Venezuelan steamer " Apore”
Captain Oourlendar, 200 tons, also
arrived shortly after noon in 26 houre
from Ciudad Bolivar in ballast.
The D.M.S, " Orange Nassau" Cap Captsiu
tsiu Captsiu Vinckors, lelt yesterday afternoon
for Venezuelan portß, with 80,000
hides aud the following passengers :
For Garupauo : Mrs Schierholtz,
child and servant, Messrs P V Velios,
P If Aloale, A Alonzo.
For La Guayra : Messrs *F Wright,
Mr A p Garcia, M Gonzales, JF
Bojas and child, A F Salazar, Dr Lobo.
H Beira, E Farra, J P Cordora, and
1 U Atooha and 24 decker*.
ECCLJtbiAttiTUAJU NEWS.
A Miß-ixoNABT meeting will be held
aft tha Wesleyan Chapel in Hanovac
B reet, on Monday evening next at
7 30, Tha Chair will be taken by the
Hon, George Goodwille, and among
the speakers will be Bev. David
W right, of San Fernando, the Bev*
W B Bymoug (Tanapuna), Rev. R
L Gammon (St. John's Baptist
Ohoroh Pembroke Btreet Port-of-
Sdain) and the Bev. Winford Wright
(Princes Srvn.)
The hi it's.'tnary meeting at the
Wesleyan Chapel Belmont, will be
held on the llth prox. The chair
will be oooupled by Mr W fi Brath*
waite of the Btugeon Genrfal’s office,
and the speakers will be !ha Bev, D
Wright, P.cv U P Julian (Mo-avian
Churoii Bose Hill, and the Rev, £ D
josew,
SUPREME OOUKT.
(Before Mr- Justice Baynes),
Mills VI. Wrlghtson
o*me on by w*y of i n exparte motion on
the part of the defendants asking for
an sojournment of the bearing, which
had been fixed for tbo 28th (today),
before a special jury, on the ground of
the eeriom lllnese of the defendant's
material witness, Frederick Jonas of San
Fernando Mr B 8 Pollard who ap*
(wared for the plaintiff, at first opposed
the adjournment; but eventually ooo oooâ– euted
â– euted oooâ– euted to an order for gtneral postpone.
men» upon the Solicitor General, Mi V
Browu (J O. undertaking to pay all tha
co,t» of the day,
Naw Trinidad Lake Asphalt Company
vs Pfotharoe snd others: This was an
action wherein the plaintiffs, who claimed
to be the proprietors, ander a Real Pro*
perty Ordinance Indefeasible Title, of a
curtain lot cf land at La Brea, known as
Lvt 70, sought to recover damages to
the extent of 4600 for au alleged tree*
pass committed by the defendant’s and
for an it javution ; the trespass consist consist•og
•og consist•og ts the pilUg of a quantity of earth
on tbs Lot 70, the weight of which bad
pressed out tho underlying asphalt to
*ho extant of 500 tons. In defanos, »he
defendants pleaded that the spot whan
tho earth was piled was a public read
which tbsy bad ussi with the Warden’s
IdAVS
Mr L A Wharton and Mr B S Aoobsr
Warner for the plaintiffs; 800, V*
Brown QO. and H A A/otsar QO, tot
the lii f ffr()o
During the bearing of the case tbs
oleum for £500 for isos of pitch was
atwslonsd, the action proceeding fo*
£100 for trespass only. Up to tbs rtsing
of the Court tbs hearing had not been
concluded snd was adjourosd to tMt
BNCIISf*

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MORE LARGE SHIPMENTS
FOR FORMILLER
MILLER FORMILLER S STORES, LIMITED.
Kot Dress Sateens, Brocades, Pique Silk*, Suslins, Alpacas, T usttes and Zephyrs
A PEETTY LOT OF WHITE HARNESS SPOT MU LINS,
Ladies' Hats—Sailor’s and Fancy Shapes, a fiae selection ol Lsdies’Fancy Lace Fcarves, Silk Scarves and Bows, Fancy Fan«, Hand Bags Bagsbeautiful
beautiful Bagsbeautiful designs in Tea Cloths, Tray Cloths, Sideboard Cloths, Cushion and Table Cloth Centres in Plush, Art Muslins, Cretonnes, 'Ashlings,
Cotton and LiDen Sheetings, New Coatings, Serges, Venetians, Vicunas and Flannels.
0" Ready - mades and Hats—a splendid assortment.
BOOT * SttO£ D£PAftTM£fn\ “& enedMy
SHOE-MAKERS’ TOOLS AND ALL NECESSARIES.
Mill er’s Stor e a 1 im i

HENDERSON <6 Co.
“THE TIMES”
A Fine assortment of TWEEDS. Also Blue Coatings and
Black Coatings, Flannelette shirks a 4 ; al 1 prices. Hosiery,
We have jus*, receive 1 I*2o t'oz. b African TIES which will bi sold
a» the very low prlae of 6 • each aud wh‘ch is worth 15a
Wo have also re ceived 500 doz. of
hocks iss * o apa wtich wm to B oid
from Go eaoh to 480,
LADIES BOOT DEPARTMENT.
- —— oo——*
odiea’l3l *fik Olofh R(»ors at 3/, 3/6 4/, 4/6 5/. Ladies Glossy Galosh
Oioit: Top fitiha od 0 10s. Ladies' Glony Strap
Shoes from 30e to $2.16.
MEN’S BOOTS
.IN VABIETY.
Carpet Slipped Iron 15c to4Po. Laft’her Slippers from 2s la 4s.
/ notber Larga Shipment of
BOYS FAMILY BOOTS
AT OUB GENEB4L LOW FBIQES
HENDERSON & CO,
“THE TIMES.”
ye, FREDERICK A QUi EN STREETS.
100 BAGS VENEZUELAN OOFFEE,
60 Canos Veunouth, (sints and quarts—Noilly Pratt Jfe Co.
60 Cases Morton’s Jams.
JiLt Kcceived pur s?. Maiw ]
Kingan's Cervelat
BAUHAGEB.
do. Vienna
KINGAN’S SLICED DACON KINGAN’S POTTED HAMS & TONGUE
English Harness Leather*,
; AUSTRALIAN HOLE LEATHER,
of German Dutch Sugar and Red Ball Beer*
P H SCHkEKEO & Co

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to gif • kojr crft.Ul i..» >■ f H<-
be'’C» P'« r, e, ffafl br.rh.fr left tny b
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THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 iuuu

NOilGfl.
(If* OMBRd and parsons
) s•>i « A?* Hi*h l.» Si, Pml's
I- 1 1* r, car er ot Qn * snd Dm ..»•
o' ... 'y uontii- ’ ; hat I l, re
1 (s dry purrh ied the * rue and tliefc
' : i -f V’hs'niHor will )< e*- led cn hy
i Mr 1» *: : ITobs-d or ny bshs'f
L A. UELLKAND
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(Continued from Page 7)
We are indebted to the Barbados
Weekly Recorder ” for the informa information
tion information that Major Matthew Nathan
K.E C.M.G. (lately acting Governor of
Sierra Leone) and who has just suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded Sir F M Hodgson, of Coom Coommassie,
massie, Coommassie, fame as Governor of the Gold
Coast, is a brother of tho Hon. N
Nathan our present Attorney General
Our contemporary adds that Major
Nathan is the first Jew who has ever
been appointed to a Colonial Gover Governorship.
norship. Governorship.
CURRfcNf £V£ N r B,
A oiuND concert and ihen'ricai
entertainment ie acncturntd li ocroe
off on the evtnug of Thursday tin
6 Tbcmah’ B. o Foboo’, Muanrnpr, in
aid of tbe Church of l i Lam”. Tha
Conoert wtli begin et 5 pm; an!
the.price of tiokj.B baa been fix.d a?
half a or. w.
H. rgeant Yo-urg the newly ap
pointed sergeini instructor ta ih
Light Horfc ; wh .*• arrived h?ro rn
We3n eday by the R M. S. Eden ;
and wi-o along wj;n tilft other {«,-
•enjerswa? leleaprd from qoMiuidre
cn Mon-ay iasGre served in Ir.din
and Hcuth Africa, iesyiog the
lat'tr plßoe just abr.nt eight months
btfers the on'break cf the prepent
war. Aoart from being a first oisss
eho‘, ho is also an excellent swords swordsman,
man, swordsman, ar.d wean* (he ert gi-swords in
iddirion to the orose-riflee. Just
before ob aining bin p’eeent poet as
instructor here be was with the
Ist t avalry Brigade at ;be Aldc-rfhot
Macoeavres. undergoing a sever
weeks field parade. It is to be
beptd that he will be is popular with
his men, as was the oass with hie
predeoesso»|Berg», Instructor Watson.
Cap‘a!o bauudtrd, our popul -r
Harbonr Master returned to the
U’olony by RMS E»k yesterday
morning This will oauee two changes
Mr Q Ppioer who Ins been ao iog for
Cap) Saunders returning to his owu
peer of ,\ea stint Hr-bour Maetc r ,
uud Mr OoiDe wbu hue been ao ing
for Mr Spicer taking up bis old posi posilion
lion posilion at the Polios Court.
Lieut Oolorel S Wood O,L B.; will
inspect the Band of tbs Church Lids
Brigade to-night at tbs Church
House iu Duke street. He will be
assisted by Msj ir Bourne and Major
and Adjutant Morgan.
We learned yesterday, that more
American warships are upeool
hero for tbs Cbtutui»s holidayi.
The Commander of tbs Hartford
which It now at at>ohor In the gulf
will we understand, tike an early op opportunity
portunity opportunity of paying a visit to the
pi'ch like at La Bita alcug with temo
of his off)' erg.
The output of pltnh from Brighton
this year has bit >be largest siooc
that place has betu a harbour Last
years' exportation was thought to be
a record one, but tbit year’s is far in
exoetr.
W e may remind inter ding appli applicants
cants applicants (or Spirit atid Produce lioerms
(or the ensuing year that the date 'or
tending in appiioatior.il fur same
..xpl.-ea cn tbs 30*h Instant. Appp.
cations wifi be hi.aid aLtbc L : censing
»snicn which tt kc# place ( n the
*2O h pro ximo
. a;, l oi i. r* i * re > o 1 1 the
jeetmday morning by Mr j
J, Amsley,, JLaisalle, SoLcltor, in'

conDeclion with Volunteer Loiosworrh,
who ha‘l been ordered ex parti, the
day bes re, on the information of
t-erg*. M.jor Hammond, to pay the
sum cf 35s for having tailed to earn
tli9 Government Capitation Grant.
Mr Lassalle stated that there seemed
to be some misunderstanding in
conneo'-ion with the mafier, es three
or fotrr years ago the defendant had
tendered his resigna'ion which had
beeD accepted by hi* Captdn, and
proof of which ho was in a pesuioa to
give. He therefore desired a suspen suspension
sion suspension of the enforcement of the order
for payment, pending investigation;
and also begged to state that his
client waa nnder misapprehension in
not appearing the day before. A
suspension was granted to Saturday
morning.
Th* following arrivals have regis registered
tered registered at the undermentioned hotels :
Hotel ds Paris P Echeverria
and family (5) Genl. Silva Medina,
Mrs L Liccioni Master Liccioni.
Queen’s Park Hotel Baron and
Baroness de Saumery, J Wbittuall, G
Drauguet, E E Gage, Lorenzo Marcado,
R J W Tabb n W Knaggs, H W
Frinco, L J Horwita, W John, f ±
Valariuo, T G Murphy, J Rands end
Ed Erikhom and wife
There w«s quite a Isrge number of
pera'rs who attended ns ih i eUc of
properi’ea ut the Town Hail at me
o'cl)ck p m yesterday.
Messrs Patterson, Lobio, Todd,
Glttens, Bioai?, Pio’.heror, C mps,
FiizaUeo. Borer, Joseph, \ M.nogot
Durant, Mclntosh, B dsdaro. &o Ac.
The default Uet whsu fiisi pub published
lished published was large, but im.uata in
arrears bavo been gradusl'y paid off
and on 'he day cf sale, there
were only 4 prrpene> to be
oftsred—of tbeFe three be'onged
to persona not able to pay thu rales
thsreon, and Mr A Pro heros effertd
tho amoDnts which were accepted
It is stated that the rote w.s rur rurpose’y
pose’y rurpose’y unpaid od the fnutth prupirly
ts the heirs deßired the s i’e thtri of ;
at (be last moment however Mr
Blanchard solicitor—paid tbo Ux tP,
end the sale come to ao ted
The new o’othir.gfor the men of
tho JUrboor M*Bter department,
arrived by the London Direo l ine
Steamer Atfrtm last werk ; e.nn wert
dia iibuHid yeeterdsy The clothing
had been ovardue toma threi
months, end the men who very
pleased when it did come.
The Hsrboor Maider’s Court wbloh
nsuab’y sitb at lOn.m cn Tueedayp
and Fridayr, wss pertpocol jester
d*y morning to Hvo ('clock ; but a?
Mr Fntoer who wm engaged iu boH
doss elsewhere did not torn np at the
»ppc iu*ed lima, the Conrt wm ad adj
j adj >urr#d *o Friday next nt 10 o'clock
bv Mr F F’ohle tha nciing asaistant
Harbour Master.
The following aadon Is set down
for h«aiing on 10-day's Gom-t List
Detour v bucitb
AKOUCA NEWt*.
Par Day.— Saturday last was the
usual fortnightly pay day on the sur
rounding Sugar and Cocoa estates In
consequence the district presented a
lively appearance and the shopkeepers
and pedlars seemed to have, done a
brisk trade.
t GtucuLTfßAt Education Mr Syd Sydney
ney Sydney Smith, the Head Teacher of the
Government School, has cleared a plot
of ground for the purpose of instruct instructing
ing instructing his pupils in the art f ngrioul ngrioul.
. ngrioul. ive The ground has been manured â– 
J and already some banana trees uud ‘
other vegetables iaywbecu planted.

Annual Inspbction'— The first an annual
nual annual inspection of “O’ Company ol
the OL B Arouci takes place on
Thursday 29th instant at the E,'.J
Schoolroom at 7 p.m The inspecting
Officer, w r e learn, will be Lieut Col
Wood, Captain and Adjutant iu the
Local Forces.
Entertainments. A grand Xmaa
Tree Entertainment takes place on
Thursday 20th prox., at the Govern Government
ment Government * ehoolrcom in connection with
the Presbyterian Church. The li«v.
Mr. Dickson, we learn, is making the
necessary arrangements and it is be believed
lieved believed that this years’ treat will sur surpass
pass surpass all others previously held
Preparations are also being made
by the pupils of the Boys’ aud Girls’
B. f. Schools for the purpose of
having their annual Entertainment at
the commencement of their Xmas
holidays
St Geobge County Club —As was
previously announced in these
columns another preliminary meet
ing of the proposed County Club
took place on the 25th inst. at
the Arouca Government ehoolrcom
On account of the inclemency
of the weather Tie meeting
did not commence before 1.30
p m , when, besides the promoters of
the movement, Messrs E M Enei Eneinas
nas Eneinas and W Brensley Phipps, the fol following
lowing following delegates were present:
Messrs. B G Montseriu aud Harris
Bernard (' rima 0 U.), J Lender
and Ade Verteuil (Standard C C.),
(! H Pete an i J C L Harris (Amity
C. ), Felix Mentor and D Wallace
(Union Star 0 0), Jules and Fite
Patrick Andrews (Unity G O.J, L G
Bitandier (San Juan Q.U.), Mr W P
ass ah, the lion Sec. of the A rima
0 C. also attended.
As on the former occasion Mr
Encinas presided and Mr i hipps
acted as Secretary
The minutes of the last meeting
w ere read and confirmed. It was
mentioned that the Maraeas and
trangre Grande were also desirous
of becoming iu league with the
County Club. On the motion of
Mr Mentor seconded by Mr Peters,
t e Club was declared to be or organised
ganised organised Iho provisional rules made
at tho previous meeting weie, after
several amendments and additions
were made to them, continued and
the Secretary was directed to have
them printed and circulated as early
as possible The following were the
principal conclusions arrived at: -
(1) Tt at Messrs. J L. 'gostiui Rafael.
Vignales, R A G F Peters,
Leon Lenudre and Sydney Smith
pi eminent residents in the St George
County, be asked to become Vi e
Presidents (Honorary) (2) the head
quart is ol the Club to be at Arima
(>) the enrolment fee *ss) to be paid
on or before the 7th prox and (4)
the colours of the Club to be those of
the various clubs in connexion with the
symbol of St George und the Dragon
attached

ii G Montserin was unanimously
appointed Secretary and Treasurer and
Messrs Encinas and Philips were
granted the privilege of being iude
pendent members of the Managing
Committee for the year IDOO-IDOI in
recognition of their services in promot promoting
ing promoting the scheme The meeting lasted
for many hours and after the usual
vote of thanks to the Chairman, it
was adjourned to the tHh prox at 11
am.
It was noticeable that all the dele
gates took a keen interest in the dis discussions
cussions discussions and from the manner in
which the meetings have been eon
ducted and the warm spurtstuanlik •
spirit displayed by all (lie clubs e n nccrned
ccrned nccrned it may be fairly predicted
that the result of this movement will
be the me.., < i raising the st:r *
01 cricket in the couutiy district*

W C. ROSS Si COY,
j liavecow opened all their usual suuply of Good things for tin
X vvl AS3 b* M A HQN.
â– 
k 5;>. U A h '“ l" ™.’"lV'' h T* > ‘ obo * 8 »* C : am»mh*rt Ohww
Y . , o J* ’’ ». Fig-, Grapsa, Pmoa*. OwnM
Chec k
-ql i £?'**'*' ’’ ° b ropag “ o: M o ‘' fcn d Chsndoo, White Star, Vbbw
(.'On serves Jimentairos 'rim the i -u, {( known houses of Messrs
fvcdel Li!s& Phi ippo & Canaud.
P;td de Oviv-n Pate cV FJan O s r.-nff., VV« Beoaaaa TiuSa, Pahdi
C hj'Vntv- o ’ A' m P Y' Y° U ■T.o da VchFL, Sauoiiaon da Vein
% 1 r B oohureß .U T.nff,-, Petit Poiasu Beurw.Parft Poll
“HM KO, ft
I I s
Bfe our Pt.*:iftih B c -Used, Cfo9«qu 3i-’p HrePafksga#
Xnifte Carua, B n CGus SUHskiogaa;. FANCY LABETB-A Speoiailty
W. C. H< 1 ,% CO.
GBO ER Y Di• V \RTM ENT.

I ’ ■ -uS Mme.' tuxuft%* asuasnaMMBMMBBMHHMBHMMi
I li crick St
i . . i opt 'c f-Spain,
THUN ID AD,
OUTFITTER,
1 I ta !, e f the present cf thanking my numerous
friends'and patrons for their past support and beg to say 1
have just received my supplies of
Xmas Goods
Which consist of NEWEST 1. YUD S bought from the lead*
iog niarketsjiu Europe aud America. My stook of
rwi, 1 * bilk, m c: mm Hats
ro flio largest and best as.ortmeut that has ever
offered to the Trinidad Public, tmu well known for supply
ing the neve t styles in
Gentlemen's / i> • end Oollffl
nd h tvo just opened a new a sorOnonfc also la
f Gent s and Colored bhirts, Underwear an
My Ready-m th* 'oth; Dep ? i*lmont jis now
stookr ' nn 1 is under tho charge o' &n expenen

Ml Gain i -its bo ight f re guaranteed to tit as hmeD tB.
and at ha f the price charged by Tailoring mn i
The ’ allies' and Children have not been torgo
have a ij o received a new and select assortment o "unpeg.
Children's v<|iGß HHB styles, colours ano r^
Hat l auds < x evtr. description All Hoods are ?fl|
prices to 3uit the times, my byetem of business i
CASH, ,i
l J sAA
You are invited to call and inspect my stoc
\ Uue that i.> being offered |
w rr A
\ V J . ■ i,» 4i.
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SEE ODE SPECIAL DEES OF
Alpine Felt Hats
At 480 up,

The Latest Novelties for Men
ARE FOUND AT
Goodwille <& Wilson.
The “ R&NFURLY,” the latest iu Ties, Oxford Ties, Derby Ties, Bows. PYJAMAS—Coloured Striped
Cellular, Bilk Oxford —a new material. Silk, Oxford, Flannelette from size 36 to 44 and at best possible
values. BLACK DRESS SASHES.
toller Bells, nllif Stih gold, silver ami pearl.
CYCLING HOSE, Lisle Thread Socks, New Zephyr Shirts, Lisle Thread Undershirts,
BOYS WHITE NAVAL SUITS
• with Coloured Braided Collars, Boys’ White Norfolk Suits, Tweed Norfolk 1 uiis,

What is it ?
Only this
THAT
*,- •
H*ve anoth.r i»rge shipment if
Xmas Goods
Comprising many su ’*bla lit as for
(iFiNTTEMFiK 1 WEAR
That swell Suit/ you* hid last Chris’m -ag b'ushL at
METIViKK’B.
Shat up-to-date Collar and Tie w- • - laj (ought at
METIVIBB’S.
2«u had your choice of fa Shirt fr an variety of
kinds that were displayed st METIVIEB’B.
"hat Hat with stylish band th ,5 you ito he races
was also A light at METIVIER’S.
" rT '' could mention gcoras of pV l Gutomers who buy their
holilky h.itire frjm METIVIER'B.
We can please more if you win .-.-»*•/ >\ia m tin opportunity. Our
Msortment is large and varied this «e; < aa Iwew 11 ostoam it a favour
tfyou will ass >rd us the pleasure of pi tV > < u >u the list of our eatisfied
tuttomeri
J r metTvier & Cn
42, King Street. La Favobita,
Robert Henderson
Bootmaker & Leather Merchant
BEGS to announce to hia Customer* and ibe General Public that he is
]uit iu receipt of a fine ehipmenl of New Leather Materials for
THE CHRISTMAS TRADE'
*kades * n Brown, Tan &a , Liege Rdeo'ioa a? B>x-Calf, Willow
JAHjMAUrond Calf, Glaoe Kid, Patent U«4 every desariptioD of Fancy
"â– Mowkept. The only plaoa in Town where eaoh fine Goods can be
We mike Shis our business.
U present our Workshop ia crowded with Bsßpoke Orders
IF YOB DOST WANT TO BE DISAPPOIiTED,
Place] your Order Early. Now is the Time.
ROBERT HENDERSON,
THE BOOT MAKEB.
tst wr. Frederiok Btree».
IPHONE No. C.
the best of wines
BBNITO
Q the great health restorer-
Specially prepared for invalids and lovers of pure wine by £*B
W J. Ckaiqnkau & Go., of Bordeaux,
BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION- qq
0 bs obtained retail from the principal stores; and wholesale
from agents for Venezuela & W. Indies, Q 0
TQ b*- vC- J,i „, 0 , Garner ot K Av S soxiNaa nvs I

THE FORI Oif Sii-AAiN GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, NOVIMBLB *8 ,aO.

CALEDONIAN HOUSE.

According to the proposed fixtures the
clubs in league with the Country ' lul>
will play no less than 91 matches be between
tween between themselves during the course
of the ensuing year
BOARD OF EDI!CA EDI!CATION*
TION* EDI!CATION*
DESPATCH OF THE HKORRTABY
OF BTATE.
CANON DOUGIILIK’S LETTER.
Thb regular monthly meeGug Board of Kdocvtlon aas scald tl
Council Ohamoar jester lay eftaro'.e-
Hls Excellency Sir O 0 K -1-
KOMG., aoti'if G, jveruor, p.-a»f«'iu,
The o ware alf.o prea-n I ', Prefees.-.*
CJaimo'iy, Sir F H Lcvell. C M G., H - -
R G Bu-be. Htn I) B Hertford. H
P«re r-a Vartsuil, M H J Oollaue, &.•
Mr 0 0 Soodeer, with Mr G F Bovc
(Secret >rj).
The minutes oi tba Its* wtetloy war warr
r warr '«d end confirmed.
B ; ehe dlrsotii dcf the Gaverr-.r, Mi*
Teoetsiy real tbo folluwl despatch
from the Secretary of State of on
SJduMtloo:
no 302
The Secretary of State to the Governor
Downing street
29th Oct 1900
Sir, —1 have the honour to acknowledge
the receipt of your despatch No 336 of tiic
22nd of September, on the recommendations
made by the special Committee on Education .
in Trinidad j
2 I approve ot the proposal to carry out 1
the rejotamendatior.s of the Committee with j
regay to the abolition of fees, the payment j
of the whole emoluments of teachers in
Assisted Schools by the Government, and
the reduction of the grant to those achools
for building an apparatus.
3 The proposal to institute a system of
compulsory education, I am unable to sane sanetion
tion sanetion in view of the great expenditure which
it would necessarily antail.
4 I will adhere to the opinion which I
expressed in my despatch No 241 of the 2ls!
of August, that the annual expenditure on
eler. entary education in Trinidad should not,
under existing conditions, exceed
and as the only method of effecting the
desired economy would appear to be the
closing of the eight Government schools
referred to in para 9 of your despatch, I
am compelled to regard the closing of these
schools as a necessity, and 1 would therefore
request you to take the necessary steps in the
matter
5 take this opportunity of urging upon
y*u the importance of giving every possible
encouragement to the provision of practical
instruction in agriculture in the Assisted
Schools
6 I have also received your despatch No
355 of the 22nd of September, stating that
your Council does not favour the proposal to
send out an expert to report on the educa educational
tional educational system of your Colony
7 * In view of the opinion expressed by the
Council I do not, at present, propose to take
any further aettpn in the matter.
I have, etc.,
(Sgd) W F OMMAMMEY,
For the Secretary of State.
The Officer Administering
the Government of Trinidad.
His Hxoall.ncT iablTh»t !s *he
fitial decision of tbo *6tret«ry of State
reply >o the report of -be Uommitßc
which eat some month* ago, and
preolioally it embodlo 1 fbe resolution
come to by the rremben of that
Committee, which oonflisred of the
Archblflhop, the Blsh-p the Hon V
Brown, Rav Dr J Morton, Rev M
Richsrde and Ibe Inspector cf Schools.
Whet tb’a despatch ordered wae briefly,
the er ttt* abolition of school fees (and
therefore also the ebol'tlon of the
ptuper fees at pretent paid to assisted
•obco's), the partner! by the Goveri Goverimen*
men* Goverimen* of the wbnin of tbo snlirlei and
hoLUsa. In Axtlntnd
ri duolr.n of the number of Go*o'u«eu':
Schools. In order to secure the saving
necessary to brk g the total expenditure
down to the fit are fixed by the fieore
tery of State, it wonhi be necessary ti
ah-.’lrb o-rrtvlij G» r STit Bobaols.
dracnf tV-e to L- **. vrenl' »>• Be*i
Jive, Hi J * vb, Ma-nr , O'.cv*. B,n
Fernia .o Mid Toco ; ill the e wou'd i<•
olcaad an Fely Os the r«»;, 15 woo'd 1 e
ha’de.l '.ser t.< ‘fca B m«n ‘ a»h ’lrs fe fern
rn fern .L; 7to iha'Jbu’U) of K gland,
c the F:eeb/teri. IT- i i v i • ci y2> G v >ur *
[grouveu. iu tLe ifvoiVf- wv lu this WvUid

j r s qolre do special 'efUlatfoD ; but the
••'her part of tbo scheme, the reduction
[ o > rri half us the Apparatus G - on*
V ul’. Ii mtf oare, th- e e montli’i
- mice to the tenehers for the several G*v-
Tnm-nt Bohn-l» coro"-D«d wcnld bo ro
q lislt . And this B!* Er’'e'!»'r'py thought
-hoold be given not lat«r than sh« Ist
of January next, eo as to enable tho new
-yaCem to oommenca with the financial
year on the Ist of Ap-ii. He reocm
nvtnded the appoictmont of a Commit*
ei to consider what *tep. to take • and
oml-Rted Messrs Bn'he (Ohairmar),
Agc-fiini, Do Yerteui', Hereford and
’oUor,'. If neoes.a'-*, a ;p f the Board could be c*Ued a*rl'nrxt
msnlh
The Board than cor sidored Aha rrport
(the 9shiot Committee which had 'eon
«pp listed to consider the que-ILra
r*f«s'] by Canon Douglin’a letter,
Brfefiy the report wae a. f !lew»/..
1 The introduction of the Cambridge
Local Examinations at the Practicing Schools
is considered to be beyond the control of the
Board, which can only provide for Element Elementary
ary Elementary Education,
,2. With regard to the Canon’s suggestion
that the subject of Kindergarten should be
removed from the compulsory to the optional
list of subjects for female teachers, the Com Committee
mittee Committee have agreed to support the opinion of
the Inspector of Schools, against such an
alteration.
3. If the Canon means only to include the
Naparima College amongst those institutions
affiliated to the Royal College where boys
might be sent on entrance Scholarships, the
Committee think the Board might consent
4. With reference to the proposal to open to
ail natives educated in the Island the exam
mations of the loyal College and St. Mary’s
College for Scholarships, instead of as now
limiting those to pupils of recognised schools,
the Committee is of opinion that the Board
has no power to deal with the matter ; but if
it had, it woald be undesirable to introduce
the change advocated by the Canon,
To this ropoit »k attached a mb or 4 , y
irrorti by Profr,*«or Oa-modv with
regard to the U.t joint. The Prrdercor
"*• 1 f opinion that, ,-rorldel tb's Board
bad the power, which bowev-k hr,doubted,
it would fce desirable to give these Exhi Exhibit
bit Exhibit oor, which were oortigered to be vm y
substantial rewarde of merit, to any
‘h re '■» four boje, who. irretjreoMre of
Abu «-n 06 of •hit edvoaflo r , prov-d
them elves t- afford tbn fi e»t material
presenting Itself !n the year
Mr d«Vrit> oil said It »t'uofe h : m t* e
rev rystom of E luoatfon If adopted
would d-> eway with much of those old
'nli-s. For examplr. the Kxhlbttior.
now limited to b ds »h-> bad st’ei i if|i
f|i if|i end paid the fees at aome sohool for a
certain length cf time. If there were ’n
future to bo no sobool fees, hew wonld
th'* rule work.
The G ve nar sabl it w uid result Id
the Exbibitlina being open to all
papi s of a 'hoofs
Brm" yi«cu*sion arose on Professor
Oarmody’a remark-, and explainit'g
their, the Professor said it seemed to
him that tbe*e Exhibitions were intended
is reward* ol merit; !utlf so we e
v«ry much in rxceir, both ss rrgs VI
vauo ard lecfh cf tenure rs those
■ ffered any* hour e’er in the worl \ And
in had semi experience of inch There'
fre he th.-nthi) snob ra'nxbo prira
n r u’d he devoted to cb'ab ing the best
v o's of the I*!and, wh«r«ver ednoated
His Exie"ency esif somelime ago lo
tbo Oolle'o Gunncß be had most
rtr. njly advocated the same avatem I
w.lh regard to the C«mbti Ige Ryndlcste
V'x«mi ation Scholarships He wai rs
pinion tney cbonld be open to the
wh- le colony for any boy a native of the
Island and cdnra’ed her* to present
bimself sod have e obacce sci t&e
sohrlarbhips,
Eventually, the papers were ordered
to be printed and circulated for
consideration.
A letter of some length was read
tt' m the Archdeac n cf Trictdad
drawing attention to seme Inoor -
venter oes srislLg from the method of
paying the Apparel ui Grants at present
Tbo Secretary was directed to write In
reply that the subject cf re-adjustment In the
introduction of the new sys'em.
The following document* reoeivrd
•we refined to the verlona Oom Oomrulttee>
rulttee> Oomrulttee>
(i.) I-etter from the Venerable Archdeacon
of Trinidad r« A['paratUi Grant to Assisted
Schools.
(ii.) Letter from Mr. J Me G Nairne,
Head Teacher of Craigimh E. C. School]
submitting testimonial* from Jamaica, and
asking to be provisionally certificated until he
MMktl£CCa tXimUMiW.

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(iii.) Renewed application from Rev. G.
S. Hall, Rector ofTunapuna, for aid to the
the Caroni E. C. School.
(iv.) Assistant Inspectors’ Reports on the
Annual Examinations of l'rincestown C M I
School and Blanchisseuse Government
School
(v.) Assistant Inspectors’ Summaries of
Journals for October.
(vi.) Minute from Acting Inspector for forwarding
warding forwarding application from Mr T Jerome Bald Baldwin,
win, Baldwin, He«d Teacher of S Mary's K C School,
Tobago ; for increment of salary under rule
42
(vii.) Application from the Venerable
Archdeacon of Trinidad for aid to S Mary
Octavla E C School, Moruga Road, under
Section 11 of Ordinance No 12 of 1891
At 8 ;i m the Board roue,
CITY POLICK CO CRT.
(B* f re Mi fl P Hobion ‘LJ P.)
Tuesday.
TUB TOXPBDO NUtSANCB.
A boy by the name of Fitiwilliatn Reece
was charged by Constable Phipps with ex exploding
ploding exploding torpedoes in Charlotte street on
Monday night last. On account of the offen
ders age he was ordered to be confined in the
cells nntii 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon.
AiJ.EOBt) t.AKCBN Y,
Alfred Tousaint and John Riley were
charged by Theodore Jennings with the
larceny of £\. 9s. 2d., the property of the
complainant, from on board the “Delta,"
yesterday. Defendants were remanded to
7th prox., bail being fixed at £t>.
Fighting.
Anthony Dennis and Maria Joseph were
charged by Constable Braithwaite with the
above offence on Saturdsy last, Defendants
were fined 10s. each or 7 days.
DISTURBING THE PI ACE.
Mary Seales and another woman were
charged by Constable Frederick with dis disturbing
turbing disturbing the Peace by quarrelling at Cam Cambridge
bridge Cambridge street on Monday night last. The
first defendant was fined £1 or 14 days, and
the other 10s, or 7 days.
THE CUATBO NUtSANCB.
Belfast, Smith, Alice Hutson and Meivina
Hollinswortb, were charged by Constable
Craigwell, with indecent behaviour at del delmont
mont delmont on Monday night. From the evidence
it seemed that the hist defendant was playing
a cuatro while the others amused themselves
with indecent dancing. The second defen defendant
dant defendant who was heard to make use of obscene
language was fined the others 10s.
each or 14 days.
YOUTHFUL THIRVSS.
Percy de Winn and Author Fortune, (two
little boys, were charged by Detective Con Constable
stable Constable Gill, with the larceny on Sunday last,
of three rings valued 35., the property ot a
Syrian, The first offender has already re*
ceived a flogging for a similar offence, and
after evidency, which showed the tricky
method adopted by the defendants in com committing
mitting committing the larceny ; they were both ordered
to be sent to the Reformatory for 7 years.
A COMPROMISE.
Sergeant Ward of Belmont, charged Alice
(.rant with assaulting and beating one James
Innis on Sunday the 18th at Belmont. It
seemed that the charge first laid, had been
one of wounding but had been since reduced
to the present one. The wounded man
stated that it was not his desire to press the
charge. By his request the defendant was
bound over to be of goed behaviour for one
year in her own bond of £ 10.
ADULTERATION.
On the information of Constable Norris
two East Indian milk-sellers were fined sums
amounting to £l, iu accordance with the
analyst’s certificates, for selling adulterated
milk.
EUROPEAN NEWS & EXTRACTS
Wherever ha pitehea hit tent the
Boot brings with him the hebita
end Inatitatlona ot hla lead- In Lon London
don London to day (Shade* ot Burnt tin tinned
ned tinned baggie ie on sale, and not long
ago tbe walling notes ot the bag
pipea oould frequently be heard
proceeding from a sequestered spot
on Hampstead Heath, says a aorre aorreapoodent;
apoodent; aorreapoodent; Suddenly the student of
the pipe* mysteriously disappeared,
and there were rumours ot foul pley
wbieh may be interpreted In two
weys. But there Is Btill a plpr s who
sometimes strata In tbe vioinlty ot
Ludgate Hill, and gathers in a
goodly harvest of bawbees. Re Re«!>■
«!>■ Re«!>■ Btjw;» •.h'l “pe ailous of the non*
StO) «L » L.tdyDil l Jink]? ob<9Pr«fcd
fee » tiiefisß " These Hootohmeo

SEE CUB
STRAW HATS-:
AH new styJea with fancy or plain band,

must love the begpipeß; why, I sa w
one drop money Into that piper's eap
with leara In his eyes ” “ *b f * re replied
plied replied the unfeeling Ssxtt), “ the
tears must have seme »f er he had
dropped Ihe money," whiob, cf
•curs*', was a base aalumny.
A county clergyman in Kinear*
diresbire kep, a young servant iAd.
Oat? Sandsy morning before service
he him his orders about dinner :
*â–  Go So neighbour David and ask
h m frem me to let me have some
< Ipe on on dlt; and then prepare me
a nice p’tmJal." The lad did as he
was told, and the clergyman went to
conduct Ihe serviee. As he eiood in
tbo pu’plt ha called out in tbe mid middle
dle middle ot bis sermon: “ And on tbit*
snbj 'ot, brethren, what does David
saj At that morneut his little valet
stepped into the churob, and, iu the
be lef that hla master was address addressing
ing addressing him, ho replied : " Please, sir,
he s»ye —* No money, no tripe-"’
A short ilme since in the town of
H—, a young girl bad a very hard
time cf h whb a very exiotlng old
Uriy In wboau service »he was. One
•fternoon Mary, as the young girl
was culled, was busy in the baek
groen taking the olothes eff the line
when she beard her name called.
“ Miry " “ Yes, mew," said Mary.
" Hurry up, now,” says her mistress,
11 and bring some ooal from the oei oeilar,
lar, oeilar, and come in and set the table
for tea at onoa.” With her cheeks
burning with righteous Indignation at
gettlne so many orders to execute at
ones, Mary asked ksr mistrs:; the
question “ Pieaee, mem, <*;«i ye
think I’m twin*?"

There i> an aneadote of • Lon London
don London bishop who. having road that
aiory of John Wealey autting oat
every word of hia diaoourae that hla
servant m»id did not UDdoratand,
determined to preach to a country
aongregation the aimpleat aermon he
coaid write. He ohoae an elementary
eabjeo*, and took aa hia text — Tne
fool hath aaid in hia heart there ia no
Qod ” On leaving the obnrch he
aeked ibe pariah clerk what he
thought of the aermon. *' Ob, my
lord,” aaid he," It waa very fine finevery
very finevery fine and grand I've been talk*
iog it over with Mr Beard, and we
•aid how fine It wee. But, after tU,
we oan’c help thinking there i# a
Qod." It really doea not do for a
preacher to forget hia aadienee, or
to take too muob for granted, A
young HcoMiab clergyman, freah
from the olaoa-room. waa allowed on
one ccosMon to preaeh in a aertain
par ah oburob, Giving out the text
‘ Who can find a virtuona woman 7’•
he led (fi with the remaik, “ Lady
Maobeth remaina the eternal type el
the ambitiona female." Afterwarda
a parishioner inquired, <* Who ia yon
Lady Maobeth 7’’ He had aoogbt
"ter name In all hla available wotka
)f reference, and not finding It, eon«
>lnded, " She’ll be some grand Loo Loolon
lon Loolon lady,"
Tam M’Pbail la a Freemaaoo, and
> worthy of tho old bargh town of
One morning, Zam feeling very
hiraty, thought he would try and
aiae the wind- Entering the public*
looae o( Mra Tamaoo, the following
onveraation took plaee Mra X— X‘
‘ X‘ Gold moroin’, Tam Hoo’a a wi’
/e tbia mornln 7 ” fan—” I'm no'
j ae bad ava, mam.BHooa a* wi*
meal 7 " Mra e' gey
weal, thank ye, Tam. Whit wid ye
ba ’ Tana’ ’.l Ve«h ’ awfn’ dry. Mra Tamaoo. I
Wi. y >iu«-me wi’adram 7" lira {
. —**lil vvii/oo whit I'll &At, Stn, I

14a, Fred. St,
xa He place to go for Real Bargains,
IN LADIES BELTS
We effar sevacal Good and dwop
Linas,
Web Belts iltt Bsckln
BILK do do do
KHAKI A RED do do
TAN A BLK. LBATHKB with Bocklsa
WASHING ULK do do
YKATURR STITCH BRAIDS,
I.
A larga aßaortoMofi I A baud
sr-isst 1 - *-
Wills ud Cofsred at
1 i *:v. w
FLOWERS a BOSKS,
PLUMES ASSORTED BOURTB
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Onr Ifarailoen Handkaratatofc, to
White Oreaaa and (kia.m. m
ioat the Koea to roil wbotaeafc
boyar*.
OOAtifegt, Twtttft,
Ftatittlt
•*•»*■**-W»cland
Oaabtaan Shawls, Sflk Foofcnh.
SEanas*
WHITE ft FARCT EI&gOID’E'D
AID
fIPOTT’D MUSLINS.
Whlta Brooadaa, Mai, CRotb—eome vary
oioo pa Mena
SKIRT CLOTH 39inokef
[wide
Jo«t a tow patoaroa est onto 10 «eote
per yarn, Soma beeuti ul nfinaa of
New Goods pet every Btau.
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SUPPLIES.
VIBBT SHIPMENT
NOW OPENING
Boland's Pharmacy,
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6

t ye toll me Ilia Mmod’b password
I'll gie ye a dram.” Tam—'* A’rioht
Mr* T.; gie's ‘be dram.” Tam -
“Noo, can *0 keep • secret ? ” Mr*
I.~" Ay, fine thai, Tsm.” Tam— Tam"A
"A Tam"A weel, so can I, Quid day.”
a—
Thi other week the South of Boot*
fond Volunteer Brigade wore encamp encamped
ed encamped ftt Mlnto. On their arrival in camp
Captain Stanton addressed the men,
•ad among others things be told them
that, alter they bad each tilled their
mattresses with straws at an ad adjoining
joining adjoining farm, tbey were tc put op (he
tents and see that the pegs were care carefully
fully carefully driven In. A reoruit in the rear
rank gave a start, at this ann,. no ce cement
ment cement »ud remarked gravely to bis
neighbour—” Maroy me, are pigs tae
live wi’ us in the tents, taeP”
At New York, Mrs. Howa d Gould,
who was sued by her dressmaker,
demanded a jury oi women to deofde
on alleged mltdts and failures, but
the request Was refused by the oourt,
on the ground that, although man is
as Ignorant of the technicalities ot
women's dress as the babe unborn,
it would imperil the founds,ions of
juctioe to admit women to the jury jurybox,
box, jurybox,
, . Py far the most Interesting uuild uuilding
ing uuilding at the Patis Exposition is that
known as the Palace of Optios. In
this magnificent building the visitor
may witness a score of entertain,,
menta as original and varied as the
mind can oonoelve This fnoh*niod
palace is dose to -he Eiffel Tower
Its enormous half done covered with
beautifully coloured glass gins (he
building a conspicuous appearance
and singles it cut for special attrac
tion.
.Passing in at ibe cnltanod g* e,
aayg “Tit Bits’’ one of the first enter entertainments
tainments entertainments is an electric ste m
Lightning Hashes here and there,
followed by distant roars cf thunder.
Bo'h nig zag and fork lightning are
produced As one watches the fla-h fla-h---log
--log fla-h---log lightning a"d hoars the pna.'s ol
thunder, one mm hard y realize that
it is ft moak show, eo realistic is the
whole soene, Indeed, w men will
often ehreik and ohiidrin cry so
vivid and real does the appe»r.
The lightning, of oourßc, is obtained
by the aid cf eleatnouy, and the
thundi r is produced by raUiirg
thunder sheets.
Another remarkable “ show ” is
the demonstration of Orooke’t
eleotric tubes, which ihe lecturer
tells you '"will he be light of *h&
future,” Curiously enuugh, he
light will be cold. Indeed, ary
visitor oan feel the long lUllu tub e
which give out a bright light, 'Abo
brightness of the ligh«, cf course, is
controlled by the current. Pacing
into the next room there is a piano,
the no i-s of whioh oomuot wi.b
hundreds of small uieo.du liyh 6
which light the i >ow When f» key
is depressed a u.rtiua is ioitncd,
which produced a light Th, ui .re
keyp that are ihetoit'c, j
the greater the unmoor of iigh a
Whan the piano la pi yed .he eo cut
la decidedly novel. If a big swell it
produced the room is very ,ight, hu.
ohly odo or two notes are brou.h*
Into requisition she room is (“fitly
4»tk. t
“ In another room the wonders of
the microscope are shown. a
photograph of a drop ot water mag magnified
nified magnified many thousands of times is
thrown ou to a soreen. The water
is filled with riggiieg monsters some
of them are enguged in live’y batilo
The water i« taken from ihu Beice
Next come masnithd views ot be
microbes ot . übenulotD, dlpb ber
and other diseases, somewhat grue gruesome,.
some,. gruesome,. but interesting.
In one of ihe corridors there is a
maze, in winch the average person
bumps up against mirrors at every
turn unless he h ppeus to know the
trick ot looking at the lioor where he
can see the crack at the bottom oi the
silvered glass, and thus avoid the
snares of the labyrinth Beyond is a
room of mirrors, where the visitor sees
soona of rtfljci.ons of himself. It he
waves his hat above his head bo may
easily imagine himself a whole otuwd
bus oattfui investigation will anew
tbul the myriad rt t1 ,.0< Ion.; uro duo to
the (act that mirrored wallsfoirn a
triangular on* tuber whole aides rc tl at
Images baok und forth indt finite y,
like a guint kahndoaoope. Uiose by
ftro two long rows of lookino giassta
that distort the human figure iu»o gt i itesque
tesque itesque shapes Uis most amusing
to watch a so. re of people pass down
the corridor ami laugh and üb-.fi &
the rld*-uloui figures they roprtg.ur,
T wiring glory of varied enter enter*'i
*'i enter*'i iof the I'ftlaoe of Op.ice is
• the g tvlbsccpe and views ol the
moc . Photographs ol that orb
takeu through the laigtst telescope tu
the world, are thrown on to an itu
mei.ee soreen. When the writer
visiied the Exposition rectut’y ten
v owe of ht* moon were shown, Bom
of Ihu&u photographs must btv » been
from fifty to sixty feet in diem ter.
Not a few iisou arc leans for tb« g
beside* serving ft f f 1. Ev.-'v . u*e u*ek>*eper
k>*eper u*ek>*eper should k * n ’ v-l ,b'„
norite and there’ y
ir. ! t ranch antovo . P-r eS»»p'<
make >■ it »
anno t! 1 *i or than a y I'-,-; -.if-a
|lke â– 

TH* PORT OP SPAIN GAZETTE. WPT>NFST>AY

the white of an eg? the paper* Intended
for covers t tumblers of jelly and jam
and tbey wifi hold not only securely, bnl
will be airtight.
Ia tasking mustard pUfttars mlr iu th>
white of «n eg* and tbure will be p o
danger of bar cine tbs fl'*sh. The white whiteskin
skin whiteskin that lines rho shell of an egg ia r.
cooling fppHostfon for a boil. It l"
claimed that * raw egg swa lowid as
once when a fish bone i* osught in ibo
throat wifi dislodge the bona. A better
remedy hiwever. ia to fib the m s nth
with bread ami swallow witbou'
chewing eny more t'-an necessary
Hoarseces* is often relieved by taking
ihe white of an egg that Is wo!! beater
with the (oaf sugar and the juice of one
ifcm r.
Besbiea reeving to rn'-fee oeffee clear,
an eg b#a*ei> up wi b the groan. i
befoie they aro put Into the wrier will
act »n a gcod tenio. Tu prevent ii fl»m fl»m-nation
nation fl»m-nation in a • vere burn or »c&Jd, apply
the while of an egg, This caa be don 6
quick y, and will relieve the sfingirg
immedhste y,
H xnepe ple Lave difficulty in tsk n
a raw egg whan prescribed by a (lector
Break 'bo egg Into:* mp, Ba cateful
not to Hreak the yolk. Grata npon It a
li tle nutmeg, an,s a lew crop* cf lemon
juioe, some chopped parsley, a little salt
and a clfcfh of peper, This wiil msfee the
egg palatable that it will not seem a*
ail like medicine,
Io a dark corctr there fa a collection
of but Ie« filled with wafer which
weooiu**!) iumicous by shaking, and
visiters m&v buy the phoeph r resceot
esceot resceot candies as sravenh-s. The
persiatence of immsges mirrored In
the eye ic a well known fact in science
and is illcst-eted io the P-tiace cfOpt'os
by th T oWinr lantern v ! ews on a rapidly
revolving eWp cf wood Although th*
woo ia but three inches wile the eye
a comple’e picture three cr four
square
lu unothfr chamber the vonders of
the X rays are demonslre ed Tha
leotu. . r stands behind a screen but the
epeotafo s see only a v g lair outfiued
skeleton Shcotlng elect,»c sperks is a
leattire i.* an ther' euiert'foment in
a no'her rc ou; The or ly o j*atior, one
ci n raiso to this pa firm:., o* is the
tremendous rclso pr ducid by the fiyfng
sparks ns they strike a piece of sheet
irc-u
Neiir by three j uny wemi n by some
electrical ate trr-nsf im d into
iambic us dia. bacous es pretty
phcspboretoesl will-c-viie-witps As soon
8 ibe pert imcie is c-v r visitors pass
into th :; *x cl mbr-r who*e the p?«sl-
Ufity of senclng to.'eji»ms to ones
Mon 'i one > handwriting fs demon
s-r«ted \y-t *1 e employment oi an electric
pen
BBE .IAL NOTICE,
Wk have been aeked by rnnnoroas
friends and patrons to con inuo for one
week more, our special bargain week
sale, bo as to give hem a chance for
their Xuisb purchase Wei), every
one can form an jcU-a what that means,
about tisia time of ihe raonlb, Gash
is a bit short and ihe ba gains so
templing that thoae so unloriunate to
be » bit short of means turn them
back with asd regret at the chances
they have ,loßt aud ua a natural con.
sequence (human nature uli over)
return an ask ua to extend our sale
for one week more. Well it ia not
Policy on our part to do ao but «a
Xmas ia near—and aa we wopld like
every one ot our oua turner a (A’ic/i amt
boor alike ) to enjoy a M rry Xnius
and a Happy Mew fear, wo have
decided to do eo. Oa the fiont puge
you will aee a small list of aome of
on - offeri-ig. Don’t forgot you can
buy Turpentine, Varnish, Paints , etc,,
cheap at The •* Gerald” George de
Gaum & Go. 6 Frederick Btiecl and
our Branch Store
“antoßdaoid b ( &bj, H«a xo atHAi -aju«t4uuai|
-â– aud jo si out) b.q, pus 8i t pit jo
Ciu dpscu bj tfjjrq 'eensue djqaprsq
aejSsad ((Ba ‘uoddtiq qjvop pjuuq-j
—outsse,q ejqsqroa « »* p*q A+ojoori
cyruejj aitaquu-j oq| ut AuqoU
Is aq peprojju Ut)j*oj*oiti v qi euo
us quad oj, 'juaooaj pus 4Ueailo(ti
-caa jo t)80| auustn )i Aiqjasod
qutipioati joj jo ujsu|(t
vqjO JU( « Aq usquyicao ujq.w ( , A^p
xUjOj , uqt JPJ Bj«||up iicc -j w Aq Dujy
-,ud juaaord sduuuuj p j.icuq mtoqja
dUUe-OU JO UOißdoU Oq* bjqji.idjp
igajjq 'flutijadda ajaajtsjudq *Btqj,
NMOG aaifidiQ
KVEBYTUING HAB IT’.-i BIGHT
PLAGE
Jeinj the rulyleehnio Watch (j!ub
iu the haudb ot reliable Jewellers,
i weuiy-tom mouths guarantee, watih
adjusted free of cost a' any tune, ily
paying I*. per week, lor thirty weeks,
a Gem’# lieylcfcs ieautiluily ohaaed
hall ntaiked Silver W*tch can be
obtained, Drawing weekly. The lucky
wiuner each woe« ceases to pay. The
choice ot a better ia optional by
paying the dtfiuience, Only at the
Polytechnic com Ass'n Ltd.
J N JAMKB,
Manager.
Brunswick Square,
Opposite Tramway Sidiog.
THOBE bUUK CUBES
Du you snfier from any affections
of the heart ?
Ia your liver torpid ?
*re y *i vin.-oa to rheumatism?
I I-yout blood ou. of .it', er ? 1 so
,>• i. u.bi in* tu -rve.li 1 i flicae, ol
I r.yco aeo «•. —a enj . v cai, uy
j »r (.eh uiseas; —o;dc i» case it, m
! J mt* WbsruD, lli.;ij ft a< Jv:,

FORETHOUGHT.
Over three thousand six hundred
(Z 600) o’aims have been paid in
Trinidsd by tbe Sunbeam Benefit
Society Limited.
The result of forethought n sp
patent Those who have not tftk'r
advantage of such protection sbrnld
nonsalt the Socifiy’e table of rates.
Persons residing In any part of the
Island who may desire inform*' ion,
ere invited to write lot the Society’s
prospect US,
Agenle are required in diatriote at
present unrepresented.
OFFICES FOR RENT.
OVER the store of Messrs Gerold are
Scherer lacirg South j Quay at
Abercrombie StreeN ve-v 000 l end airy,
suitable for Oocsul’s Office Rent v«ry
cbean.
Sf7«h November
WANTED
FIFTY
BALATA POLES,
From 30 to 40 feet long
by 7 inobes iqaare.
For further apply »t
the OfEie or at the Wcrks of tbe
Trinidad E!ea*rio Light ai.d Power
Company, Limited.
EUGENE WEHFKIND,
Secretary.
26th Nov. 1900.
Notice.
£CBL«a NOTICE is hereby given that
in s'umjftcce of th« pe were vested in
Law of ProTe'-"* Ordir.a oe, 18b4, and
ty virtue of r.do d bfadt.i date the 21st
cf June, reF'ateied ee No, 1816 cf
1897, »j.d m 'u bc.tween George Arthur
J r. J KD, f tbo town oi Ban Fernando, of
the one pa; I, and the Trinidad ftaiMug
an" Lon? A.ffo’aticr, cf the ctber part,
there wHi be pnt up for saio a’ public
buo ion by the u-ide’eigned ut bis Auo-
M-'rt. No. 2 85. Vincent Street, on Mon.
day thk 17th cr Dkcemukh nbxt, et
one o'olock v in.
All a’.d Sini.ulhr fbHt Mfranate and
L'nd known r« lot No. 63 cf St, Vin
cent Stieet in the town cf Bat; F on an.
do, atu’ting on the North, ujon St,
Vincent Street, on tbe h ouih opor. lands
cf Arthur Geo'gi M'dutjie, on the
Bast us oo lauds of Conan* it* Frarccis,
ai d on the Wetfc upon lands cf Wil!i»m
Alfred Heibct, together with afi tbe
eppurtenancco.
Port of Spain this 26>h day of Nov November,
ember, November, 1900
FttSD Km BGOTT,
Anotioueei.

i’( > ii RENT*
aoxnmudicus teaf.’ecoe Nv-j. 4
X v*,; 6 Wall) jv ban T otonp -d y M *! H. 1 â–  1-, \ vj-j B.niiiH
furnished, raiy c*;rl sn!
haul 1 Rant only A? 0 pr* motth.
Fu In * ii«;r pir'icu fti'B i/emo uppU to
J. hi. HARRIMAN A CO
GE ND CON- KHT.
TO B 9 GIVEN BY
Tbe HjidntiNinifdCfitfiu;,
C N
Friday, T4th Deer., 1900.
AT TH*
PtiLvOE’d BUILDING.
Progri.mma:
, V s Hatik f S4iftßi«ii(>pi..,“ Es 11
[slor’’ String H**r;*l
TH,M,Oo>,. .Soj-ts*.
J eo, Mlrsip bmi*b,
I Juliftv * MoCcli*,
2. go’i and Obornsq ito M J a, "£ cw ;
• r»nnr Mosers Nc«!
I fttul B*rk«r B»vh
1 LcrgG rfion end
[Giiffitb.
3. V•ite— .\:coia» R l«'do Bind
1 l.o) oois—Duke .! Fifr ..Ber-t
6. «*< jo Sola M WLibouio
8 PniWft— Lu Forttigjl Bitul
7. V»l«e— El Moul d B*od
8. Song *cd Ghtrus H M Ot:v
9 f,*.r oers - ! 0. U,iz»- La {Jrlolia Baud
Intermission
!. Va'tß—Dancing Girl ....Bind
2 Seng i-Q ' Cbo u* H H!1 y
8. tu Mt» Vftr*Bv.. Bu ll
4. Valew Fires Kir- Beni
B. Oonilo Sou* 1....... Mr Lor,*
6. Palka—Borne Bonobe Bai d
7. I lomio Bong-Mr N. al—Th » adven •
[urn of « dry good a olerk In Margarin
8. V.|»"3—Hellutrorbe Bam?
9. Bn, g aud Cborns. H M.U' y
0 D'e Ro^ei,
Intermission
1- Vftbe Deepedide B»* d
2- (Jctnio ‘ Mr Labcrde
3 Lanuvrs—Path-i'ca Ba* ..1
4 0, min Raadiny Mr ParWr.-on
B V«ae...M-«d»l. • Bui-'?
6. Hcrg—A 'if* Fa*»-wa11,., .Mr Glaacr w
ii Vst-»—-Ti u» .1 lie Brad
8. (Vmto Bct g— Mr Go-vtrn
*' VV»#—So 1 re 1,.s Oil* Bend
0- Galop—Quick step., Band
' God Save the Quern”
A. BLACKMAN.
Secretary.
D. HYNDMAN,
Director.
BrmAkkb —Tbe whole will be eocom
! r ‘i b d np the Harp aed Gult-r ty
f y .ini n end Ferre)'. Tickets wi'ln. t
‘ « *«'l as'be door ou the uqbtcfihe
Coi.ovr|

OUR
BOOT & SHOE
department.
Hen’s nil Mi's fennis H
From 2/ to 3 dollars.
Cbinese Straw Slippers at 200 and 240
Carpet Slippers at 360 and 48c.
I adies, Girls aad Oi ildren’s Floral Slippers at 18, 20 and 24c.
Gent’s and Ladies’ Tan Slippers at 600 and 72c
Gent’s and Ladies’ Venezuelan Zlpargatas
GENT’S FINE GLACE TAN E.S. BOOTS
I
GENT S HEAV Y DERBY LACK B< H) i>\
Gent's Heavy Balmoral BOOTS.
Gent’s Fiue Satin Calf American Lace Boots, round tees
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Laoe Boots, needle toes
Gent’s Heavy Leather Tap Solo American Lace Boots,
round toes.
Gent’s Fine Glace Kid Pump Soles, American Boots (Lace
and 15. 8.)
Gent’s Fine Box Calf American I ace Boots, round toes
Gent’s White Buckskin Tennis Boots, Gents Tan Tennis
Boots —good quality.
SEE ODR YOUTH S—IRON DUKE
Anerican kce Boots.
LADIES’ WHITE SATIS COURT SHOES.
Ladies White Kid Strap Shoes, beaded foes and buws
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Familylßoots
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Glace Kid and Cloth Top Lace
Boots
Ladies Listing and GLve Button Boots
Ladies Fine Glace Kid Button Boots, stitched forepart
Ladies Heavy Calf and G'.ain Lace Boot?.
mmm maominis
$6 to sls,
Gent’s ?ine Glace Kid Lace and F S Shoes
Gent’H Fine White Buckskin I ace Shoes
Men’s Single and Double Sole Army Bluchers from $1.20
to 10/.
Br»own, Black and White Boot Polish,
Buspo-Combination Cream for Tan Boots
Eureka Combination Cream for Box Calf, Bed aud Patent
Leather
CANISTERS & TWSKS
In ali t-ize?,
GIN 8 WfMPHhOF OVER OAB
Fiorn $3.00 to $lO each,
SttOl HOftMS OF Ml 3IJEB.
BOOT & SHOE LaOLßlfrom 2c to 6c per pair,
—JO - -
Michael P. Mai Hard
EL POHJLAB,
Corner cf King aud Ftederick Streets,

m» •mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmm tmi ■ ■ ■ ■■' ■■!■■ ■— —— n ■■ ■■ ■■■■'■■■—
Result of Analyist No. 30.
Sample of Stimulating Stout received from Trinidad Brewery Company on 26th October 1900.
° as aiL originai gravity of 1072 The Stout is of good quality, PURE & WHOli SOME*
"" 1I 1,11 mm - - wmmmmmmmmm —1?. gar NIPPY Analyst.



STEPHENS AND SCOTT
FOR THE
LATEST STYLES IN EVERY THING, NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES
GO TO THE STORES
— mm —i fmmmammmmmmmmam ——■■■»«—MW*wwiiii » r jmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmrnmmmm .■» ■■a—, ■ ■—
In Groceries—Everything fresh and nice.,,
In Ladies Fancy Goods —th-’ ik*. «■- d newest of frown London, Pari« the Continent and America*
In the Gents Department—The most up-to-date Ties, Collars, Shirts, and everything for men.
THE TAILORING DcPARTMENT ' 1
O' .
Has p oomplete stock of the choicest and cxolusive designs in
Tweeds, Coatings, Serges and Fancy Cloths.
We guarantoo a fit aud style unequalled here, whilo our prioes aro the lowest.
BOOTS & SHOS for ladies and gentlemen, all makes, shapes and qualities at all prices. Some extra chic rdics Wflking and Evening Shoes. MFN’B HATS — Ic'ts of new styles in Felt, Straw, eto. Some very smart
new shapes. A visit of inspeotion solicited.
°‘pphens At Scott—The Store*

Marble Tombstones
Artistic Monumsnts,
Made in Italy, by skilled Sculptors. For sain and made tc
order. BU particulars, and three splendid specimens, oan be
seen at our office and show rooms.
Mi. O'. TATTF PI, Ooi
Corner of T ng sod Charlotte Wtreotß.
THE OR NOfO
Shipping and* TV‘ding do., Ltd.,
39, KING BTRBET, PORT-CF-3PAIN, TRINIDAD,
156, FINOHUBC3 4RTEET LONDON, B.G.j
STB ATT BS
MAOABKO LINE. j V P RIVER BTKAMBBH,
B. S Bolivar : S, S, Apubi.
ff, S M AN! AH ARM j 3. 9, GUANASB,
S' 8. D»xa a, B. Mabparbo.
Tor Bah Oablpp 1 - J . 8 Socorro
j 8, 3. Hwto*.
I s , 8. Moroahijo.
Ragular Steamer service ;coun, and and from Toi aro bjr th*.
8.8 -1 tanzanare* ” under Govcrnnw-A -t - fin* ¥Uiin an ! ftasaenger*
Kzoariloti and Faradr Tickets leaned ft ,rc •.* I trip at apodal rate* (irckß
feel tided).
Rofniac oombk’ed eemne by the H: 1 Wn odor ’an!S, S, ,l Bolivar ’
batman La Goaire, Quanta, Cumana, V t» (Pjrlaraar), Gernpano, T-icid * ’
end Cindad BcUvar,
Ibtonyh tickets Inroad between La O a, I -i-of-Sj ain ard intermedl, »<
pe**A and point* on tha Upper Orinoco n-cv. » y the Uompanj’n Bt^ainara,
Thron|b ratea of freight between 0»6 v and Europe, and, b*tweor>
La Gnalra and the intermediate porta on th--i ' aln and Europe.
For passages, freight arri al‘ inform*:!.». -ipi; «l the Conjpanf'a Ohlaf Ofiloo
fort-of• Spain. Trinidad.
_ TeJephoae. Address.
Office No. 88 t l ' >
Dmpatcb Office 121 I Trinidad
Iwhon* 186 VwatcLA«o 1 ohlfeoa ,
Office Boa Hi HO, | New York
Til AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS.
IHAVE just received on« of ‘b** latest
in small Cameras v-bioh I will sell tti a
small margin abov* oast so eg to intro introdace
dace introdace ‘his speoial and reliable machine in
this Colony. It is thn only maohb e now
used by tomists in tha United Htates aod
Canada. You can oall at my Pbatmaoy
to ha?e a look at samo
PETER ARTHUR BAM BEY.
Xmas Toys, Xmas Toys
I —. 000
GREAT REDUCTION IN TOYS!
——■ooo
People requiring Toys for Christmas Trees, Distribution of
nzes and Bazaars should oall at the Victoria, 13 Frederick
Street, before going to any other store,
6d Toy* soinp for la r>noh ; all our 1* a* d 1/8 Toys cjnlnp.
** l h ; all onr 6d and 7jd Toy* ppiob frr 3d each ; all out 3d and
4d Toys going for 2o pacb,
ar ge Bbßortmf*nt of Furniture just drived
—AT—
I A Co„ The Violet!*, fio. 13, Vtoderiek htieet

TBJK FOBS OF FAIN GAZETTE W, DN.bDAY NOVuMLEII 28, 1900

n t It #1 Ui i r i V*7 'fiYr'v
i' i< 4■*lm ‘ I ♦ jit/i I I i » jwj i i
'Jk&MI h iiMildyiilift-
»♦♦♦«
REAL! COOI)
BORDEa ux wine
Only $1 70 per Demijohn.
Cost of package refunded wh n returned in good condition.
Til. FORTIER.

Steamers’ Movements.
so NrarruuKa wceiiNDiSHs
IfATLD B^BT
sht Sim Gster *t (lesipiiay LW.—dp#*
i \RANJB NASSAU—Tub Duiob U««l
" * pt.earasr “ Orsnjo Naeeßn" is fine b{ r <:
from Amsfcnlam ratemaribo and D?m- - (
rara, on or about %bo 26 h November 1100
proceeding afterwards to Carupaco Oomt>) f>
Guaufa, La Gnayra, Puerto Oabello, Cur«-
cao. Jaomc 1 . Auz Oayes, Port au Prince and
New York faking cargo, paeseogers and
malls.
JF*NNP f 'bo Dutch Mall f'barlered
S.uamet JjaoQo ’ id due biro from
Amsterdam via Paramaribo and Demeeara
on or about the 10th Deoembsr, 1900, pro.
reading afterwards to Oarupano, Cumana
Guanata LaGus'ra, Pto Gabello, Curagao
Jacmel, Au* Cayo.i, Port au Prlcae and
New York, tahiu { oargo, paeseugcrß, aud
malls.
« fcHiNS WILLEM IV—The Dutch Mai
f Steamer •• Prlus Willem IV” la duel
here from Venezuelan Ports on or about
the 13‘b December, 1900, proceeding afler aflerwaids
waids aflerwaids tu Demorara. Paramaribo, Havre and
Amsterdam taking oargo passengers and
malls.
I \RINB WILLEM 111-The Dutoh Mail
* Steamer '■ Prlns Willem III” Is due
bere from Amsterdam via Paramaribo, and
Demerara on or about the 2Gth December
1900 proceeding afterwards to Oaropano,
Cumana, Quanta, La Guayra, Puerto
Gabello, Outacao, Jacmel, Au* Oayes, Port
au Prlnoe and New York taking cargo pat patsengars
sengars patsengars and mails.
PiilNS WILLEM ll.—Tb* Dutoh Mall
Steamer ‘‘ Prlns Willem IP' Is due
here from Venezuelan Ports on or about the
27th Deoember 1900, proceeding alterwarda
to Demerara, Paramaribo Havre and Am.
sterdam taking oarvo, passengers and malls.
TIUNIDAD LINE UP STEAMERS
Trinidad Shipping MARAVAL- The f.s “ Maraval’ of the
Trinidad Line will have New York on
Saturday the 2Hh November 1300 and Is
due bore via Grenada on Tuesday 4tb
Deoember 1900
/ A HEN AD A—The s t. “ Grenada” of tbe
AX Trinidad Line will leave New York,
on tbe s«b December, 1990, aud is due
bere 14th previmo,
00 MPA UN IE GENERAL Tl 3A N SAT
LANTIQUE.
0 Lootaud & Son
CANADA.— Tbe French Mall Steamer
” Canada," Is du* bere from Venezuelan
ports on tbe 30th November, proceeding
aftewards to Martinique, GuadUoupa. bar.
tandar, iiordeaux ann Havre, taking pa.aeu pa.aeuget",
get", pa.aeuget", malls and cargo,
THE ROYAL BTBAM PACKET CO.
F 8 Soott if Son—Agent,
b'SK ilie R.M.S. I'sk will leave on
j Wednesday, 2Slh November, lor
Tobago and I-a Guana, taking cargo, pas
sengers and mails.
I, SK.—The R.M.S. Kelt will ieave lor
r ‘ Southampton (Don homeward from
liarlradoes) and other West India Islands,
Di tncraia, Surinam, Colon, Ac, Ac, on 6ih
DeccmlK.l, taking cargo. pavsenee .
maaia.

E' DEN—The R.M.S* Eden will leave on
a Wednesday, 12th December, 1900, for
Tobago and La Guaira, taking cargo, pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
. DEN -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.
! L’SK —The R.M.S. Esk will leave on
I i Wednesday, 26th December, for
Tobago and La Guaira, taking cargo, pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
FREDERICK LEYLaND & CO. (1900 J
LIMITED WEST INiMA & PACIFIC
BRANCH.
Neu) Oalonial Company Limited-Agents
BERNARD HALL—The s.s ‘ Bernard
UaU’ Is duo here from Liverpool via
Barbados on or about tbo 11th December
1900 proceeding afterward 1 * tc LaGuayra,
Pto Gabello; Ouraott"; Bavanil!a and Carl
tliagouti taklr.g cargo passengers and malls.
SARGASSO— Tb'i London Direct Line
steamer ‘Sargasso' D du" due here
from London via Barbados ou or about tbe
let December 1900 proceeding olterwards to
Demorara Berblce and Surinam taking
cargo passengers and mails.
(JCLONIAL .BANK KXUUANGE
BBIXINO BATRfI -k«MI) ?*
Draft*
311 days .. 183 per 4100
•0 it .. 4,85 do
it ••• 4,87 do
8 >â–  I, 4.88 do.
PARI*,
Drsffei
60 day* fee f> 17 pes &
W „ , 6.16 do
3° .. „ 6.13 do.
3 „ n 6 ’ 1 do,
De n»ml ou Lh-jt’s— tic pm i, ct parr,
N# v Y O'k Rat" < f Exchange 1 i/o preut.
iltßxnp son t; ie a ) in orurv case
Pirt it Bpaii.—l2th Novr, 1900-
shippma laieili^oce.
A l.itl VALB.
27th N vr.
D.MIRAL Brit sloop McLaren,c 15
tons, 2 days Grenada —o Barrels
fruit, 2 pigs and 4 dkrs
ACANTIIA, Brit sloop, Dickson, 11
tons ,2 days Grenada 7 boxes and
1 barrel fruit, 1 bag dito, 1 barrel
•nipt) soda water lwttles i bioycl ,
3 tioxe* ntitmetr plant* and 7 dkrs
VICTORI h MARI 4, Ven schooner
Millan 27 ions t days Cano Colo Colorad
rado Colorad — 2*> oxen, 1 h rse, 10 bag*
l oflbc, 3 bags •> con and 1 dki.
WILD (.OVER Brit achr, Hassell,
ol ton* 2 days Barbadoes...sso
b«ri«,a potatoes, o 1 arrels Lotties,
â– ti boxes potatoes, H coops
poultry. f»6 boxe* fi*h , f io pigs, lu
drip stone* 38 drums fish, 1 aail
mg boat, . case cigars aud 38 dkrs
YU'i*TAN, Britiah steauier Bear c,
1793 tows 21 hours Barl.-ados—3.''*j
ton* guiciai ( ingo and 0 decko s
New Uolomal Coy Ltd.

PURE, Veil stmr Courlander 200
tons 26 hours Ciudad Bolivar bal ballast
last ballast —0 8 if T ( oy.
DEPARTURE
27th November f!100
CLIO, British bgtne. Gerdliart, 1 68
tons Turks Islands ballast Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Grant & Co
PRETORIA, British sell nr ( larke
67,tons Barbados 3000 coconuts,
sundry pkgs indzo and 28 deckers—
K Skinner.
THE : CE HOUSE RESTAURANT-
Menu
To-day,
Beef Soup
Fried Fish and Bav Sanae
Grilled Haul nu Toast
Cur ied Motion
Svlmi Veal
Ragout Beef
Mutton OuPet*
Gr l’cd Mutton Chops
Veal Cuili »s ard Maocdoino
Pmk Ohops
Ei loin Stenk
Romp Do,
Cold Roaet Mutton
Per par Pot.
Jams, 1 heese Fruit Coffee
S *D *op t reams, (extra)
CLOoiNG OF MAILS,
Mads for Buriancas, Pan Felix and
Bolivar by tbe ‘‘ Delta”, will be
closed to-day,' (28tn iost.) at 2 30
o’clock, pm. precisely- Begistration
closes at 2
Mails lor La Gnayra, Puero
Cabbllo, Curanso, and
Cnrthsgena by »he p.s, " Yuoatau”
will be c'ofed to*d»y tic (28th inst)
at 2 o'olooh., pm. precisely. Regis Registration
tration Registration closes at. 1 30 p m
O-DAY’H FtX T UREB.
It M.B- “ Esk” due from Barbados
wi h European and Colonial Mails.
Almanac* ihi« Ut»y
UiCHWATIR,
Port of t". pain Mon 8 iO..Aft 8,31 p,n ,
Hun rices ... ~ II 94 a in.
duo aids ... 5,3*2 p m
Moon cots .. H 2l p rn
IHK (MZm’E_
P JBf.DF.dPAIN
WEDNESDAY 28rn NOVli lUOO
As a result of the recent ‘‘Butter
prosecutions” and other (>olice actions
under the local “ Food and Drugs
Adulteration Ordinance,” the retail
shopkeepers of Port-of-' pain, have
tignedan ugicement by which they
bind themselves *' not to sell, butter,
oleomargarine, lard, sweet oil or vine vinegar,
gar, vinegar, by retail, except only in recept
acles originally labelled,” This ar arrangement
rangement arrangement which is to come into force
on Saturday next aud to continue
*‘ until the existing Ordinance rela relative
tive relative to these articles is amended” has
l>een signed by all the shopkeepers in
town, save two Wc are informed by
toe principal mover in this new
“ combine” that the retailers have
been compelled to take this step iu
self defence, against what they allege
and not without some show of reason,
is the unfair application of aD other otherwise
wise otherwise necessary and beneficial law.
They admit sh-it there may pos possibly
sibly possibly exi-st dishonest nit ii in their
faults, as in those ol au/ other

branch of trade ; but they positively
assert that what they are now being
prosecuted for, is not for selling a
spurious article as being a genuine
one but for retailing butter, lard,
&c, what has been sold to them by
the wholesale merchants us such and
which must necessarily have been
imported at such —Under these cir circumstances,
cumstances, circumstances, they not unjustly contend
that the ‘legal saddle’ has in their case
“ been put en the wrong horse ”
and that it is the Government, who
permits the importation of, and the
import merchant who sells, ray for
example, Butter, which the Govern Government
ment Government Analyst subsequently declares
is no t butter, who are the real law lawbreakers
breakers lawbreakers aud not the unfortunate
retail shopkeeper* who have hitherto
had to suffer for their offence*.
Whatever may be thought of the case
thus put forward by the signers of
this agreement, we must admit that
the probable consequences of such
united action, if really carried out
is not a pleasant subject for contem contemplation
plation contemplation
While we consider that the pre •
servation of the public health should,
at all times, be the first duty of the
Government and that a stringent law
against adulteration is a most uecessa :j
measure, still, under present circuir circuirstances
stances circuirstances we would strongly urge upon
the Government the necessity of the
temporary suspension of these p.osecu p.osecutions,
tions, p.osecutions, or at least the publication of
some explanatory notice on the
Subject. It is on the lower
and middle classee that this
stoppage of the retail trade iu tlieac
articles wiil entail the greatest incon inconvenience
venience inconvenience and privation, and unlees
some wise measure of precaution be
taken, —and taken at once, — much
more serious consequences may ensue
than seems to be at present appre apprehended
hended apprehended We do not wish to be
alarmists, but we must remind at.'
those concerned that it is not only a
well known proverb but a fully es established
tablished established fast that “ A hungry man is
an angry man.”

Thr fact that a local jeweller has
been recently exhibiting a very artis*
tic specimen of the goldsmith's art in
the shape of a ring made out of
” native” gold, is probably the origin
of the rumours now current a* to some
enterprising prospector having “struck
ile” in the find of *n out-crop of gold
bearing quartz That such quartz
does exist in the colony is wall known
In “Joseph's History of Trinidad’’
ind other old works or the colony
reference is made to the fact
•f small quantities of both Gold and
Quicksilver having been found in
be bed of the Dry River, aud only
i few years ago the writer had in
iis possession a piece of white quartz
ock from the upper part of the 8t Anus
valley, in which the particles of iui iuieded
eded iuieded gold were quite visible ; a simi simiir
ir simiir specimen from the same locality
vat submitted to the Analyst with the
esult that the gold abstracted was in
SO small a ratio to the crushed quart*
as to negative all chance of its being
profi'nlile and this we believe has
| )U ,. U I- iho present, the invariable
result of all stttjlu WtMf

that the gold found iu our local quartz
is not present in paying quantities.
If the “/ind” now rumoured should
turn out to be of a different charac character,
ter, character, it will indeed be good news for
the Colony, but we are afraid that it
cannot be so, especially in view of the
fact that such close observers and
able geologists as Messrs Sawkins and
Wall have expressed so strong an
opinion to the contrary.
In moving the second reading of
the Corporal Punishment Ordinance in
the Legislative Coun il on Monday last
the hon the Attorney General stated
that witli the exception of the olanse
roducing the number of strokes, it
introduced nothing new in the way
of Legislation. Members on the un unofficial
official unofficial side must be far more easily
satisfied with official assertions now
than they were wont to be in years
goue by ; for no one questioned the
statement This is all the more
singular since it can scarcely have
been forgotten how completely the
Demerara Press had refuted tbe Hon,
ottorney General's former assertion in
regard to the Pension Ordinance
Tail the police have dene excel excellent
lent excellent werk in ridding the town of hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of doga is au undeniable fact
and we have to thank them en behalf
of the public and of ouraelves as wall,
for allowing one to enjoy a night's
rest without being disturbed by the
barking of these curs But we would
ask th# police to keep a good watch
there being evident signs that the
present stock in town is increasing,
das it is said to immigration frem the
country.
While on the subject of night dis disturbances
turbances disturbances and annoyances, our friends
residing in Msriue Square have
brought to our notice the fact, that,
the dog nuisance is not the only one
they have to complain of, thay all
agree in the opinion that the combin*
ation of the dog and goal ;nnisaoce is
far greater and in consequence far
more annoying.
This is whet our frienda down town
have to complain of, and we quite un«
deratand their grievance; because
what with the barking of dogs, the
bleating of goata, and the noises
attending the not unfrequent drunken
brawl*—a quiet and sound night’*
rest has become all but impossible.
For the sake of our friends wc aak the
Police to give some atteatien to this
matter
Uua paragraph last week oa
the bras* sellers oalliog the alien Boa
ol ,b- polio* to vrba: wo c;t>ghler
nothing lets tbau highway robbery
nommit'ed In broad day light oa the
part o( a gang of men eeHtng bras*
articles for gold - does not seem to
hive bad the deeired wife*. Not
I, er i ban yellerdey morning we MW
an ut f irtunate Veonnuelon in tew
of two of the yang of *windi»rii,
who ware then about to tutu jmt ;
hits a mm sbor> to treat him amt
and rob him aftor.
If no other steps ean be taken
surely these man might be arrested
aod ob liged for loitering, for there
ie no doubt they spend moat of the
dey in loafing about in Marine Sgueflt,
(CotilUfVMP Ml fdOl ||

7



8

STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COY.
ElUblithad 1826,
Head Office Edinburgh, Scotland,
AmmmtU Ent.-mt II »» M ll* •• II £ 1,168,868
Bom* Dooiand , 8,000,000
Jto*: Amur â– . 9,000,000
Clams Faid tscsud ~ ~ .. .. ~ 19,000,000
Irikfmf AstwaHCM ... . • .. .. 94,621,628
MODERATE BATE. ABSOLUTE SECURITY,
filbcnu Surrender miner, after Three Yosris,
LOANS ADVANCED on MOtuh? o» FuU*jiea up to 80 per eenf. of •!» >nr >nrrander
rander >nrrander raise, »fc 6 r>*r oer.l. Inteiwt.
HI MED? 41 ‘ P.LPUCTION to boote rsMs daring vi*Ht* 6c, Europe and otbwr
temper*' «
FRO; C. SAI ACCEPTED and Poltoiw* keued lo '.fid
*f*rorK'* tc Hoad Office.
CLAIMS FAID Ifiimedialaly on proof of death and title and •ettfotaenl made
any >f th*. Company’* Aseadm
POLIUIia on which * ~»is a imitted are utiohsllenjfeable after Two Yoww,
TABLE OF E4TBS and HI nformation rosy be obta?'O,* or* xnt. ic.nnon st
ri»e Ofllt« of Sbe Comps.;y, (Josuer of Chao in Street and Uatinc Square Frt ?
Spain,
Qf&te Et>*n *. fiem 16 to 4* Saturdays 10 to 12*
Q. BBUCE AUSTIN,
Ocr.et#! Agent and Inspector
Bvar? year since 1866 the New Buelr.cie hse Bxoa*«’«t A’ u resell
maintained uninterruptedly lor an
the United fDnfdont. L»*t year for the ti at liiau on ,-ecorii Shu N«w tiuelnew
needed 89,000.000.
Li INTEGEIDAD’
»»♦#<
CIGARS AND [GARETHS FACTORY
Elaborated with Tobacco Imported Expressly from
Habana & Venezuela.
Oar cigars, made with Caripe and Ouandguana tobacco, are
EXCELLENT AND CHEAPI •
We guarantee our Cigarettes to be the best in the island,
made of HABANA tobacco, at the very lowest price possible.
—Our motto is GOOD AND UHSAPII Tby rilBM TO
ds sums of it !!1
Pieces ;
CIGARS “ BENORITA3" per 100 8 shillings
do "ESPEOIALES do ... 10 do
do ••ELEGANTES’* do ... 12 do
do •* VICTORIAS * do ... 16 do
CIGARETTES a dozen package ... ,*J shillings.
Each Package Contains 18 Cigarettes.
WHOLESALE,DISCOUNT IN PROPORTION
Pct-of-Bpaln, Trinidad, Ist September, 1900
Almord Walk. No. I D.
RAMIREZ A MONTES db ?CA.
wmam wnmia.iniinii'iwinw, â– nineiiii.
Tho L,.m i.jiking Muhina
HOOCH
THE ZON O-PHONE.
The t'eientifus American^

S Dreyf'’
OPfi' a
.UJAN,
**
*RI£DEBICK hIIiBKT,
FOR PreabiorL, Mycpl* stud
ti ui iu gold, gold fil » i »t>d
A'uuui ico frame* Kxi*mh ationcf right
free.
â– KvauaNoit);
Porto Bpali —Tilulvi ail B.W I.
October 10th 1900
1 oertify the* Mr Drayfua ha* iiUel
**?»*>•• for aatlgnatl-m aud he* given
me aatira **ti*i u-ti >n- I oau r“Ojinineud
him to anyone itq elites giaaaa*.
Cm** p hTOLLMBYBB.
Rovd W U idptiogar, Tae.rlgur—
B|foo«l Olaaie*
WT, Hunyuu Brq. ban Varuando—
IM» Olamaa
Til.* it 111? Ch uluita kiioit
KKMEMREIt
V'*'C ; ««.. . ."1U*.... /
AJwh}- j â–  vi f< your o, i >
Fancy Ai ;c • i’. L y, ■ i>»
CN
Ki'ffU:, 1 ,, b'/'i i;< . n'
V'feWK TT»o i.' nit fl or * i
W«i tl>? Bllti
T CALL AT LLLIE ,V,
I' t C'6-iliCr B'UC 0 ftl il
•'rat Art fatcre.
i* B#.i| a vA U |

THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY

_B \J Lj; TV X_i '
THE Plantation* “ BINDLEY” and
f PARADIW. (j'lot five mlnu?**
drive frrm tl e Taoarlaua Railway St**
tiol ), aituate In the Ward ff Taoarlgn-,
cDe i f the at In the Intend.
The undersigned wll> give authority t<>
ln»i ec>, or any particular* not in this
adve>tl«*raent and which may be rea reai
i reai nally required by ary Intending pur*
cb**f»'.
Otfvru will be received hp the under undernlgis-l
nlgis-l undernlgis-l up to uoon. on Sa' urday, the I6ih
December text.
Particular* :
Hi no lav l *oi7* 3r e, P* rl b
t/lllQlUjf planted in oenea.
Sugar Plant ocmnlate, Good Dwelling
Bcuae.
About 1600 ton* tl Gang* In bands
I of farmer r.
LIVE STOCK
Valued at tv a. |tl.o-0
Par ad is a —S;A‘ S. 1 .
of land.
Good an 1 , ply i f river g<-»v»l. lmp i net t< y yie dirg * large root*l. U- *h
t> ><>tn« h 1 n< d r »lr* Heal P.'o ( t«ri}
O nii i ii-.e. Abo lire
sail* (Mina Estate —
O [> nil i, o-i.UI i. 204 non* rftho
i uLi ' .»i tu the Colony <'f ih<*t>
I in. i- erui er ».ivt»t* cull va'ior arid
IH .:n lo ib hr i if ion tit tore,
l, • -ii , v v uth m a tat*
Jui a DANNI ELLIKF,
Polio? or.
t p Vo >i .
& il'i of tjialn.

GOOD WINES!
GOOD WINES!
A LARGE VARIETY OP
SUPEBIOR BOBDEAUX WINES, SPANISH WINES,
BHEINE WINES.
in time for the approaching holidays.
Boland’s Pharmacy
LOWER HENRY STREET.
Arrived 1
MULES, MULES.
EX S. S. “ GBRNADA ”
25 IAR6E & MBIUK ITOJBS
To be soen at my stables comer of .Richmond and Lower
Prince Street.
JT BIBISIBO*
TO A LOVEK OF TEA
There is uo more .delioious
drink. To meet this ihe
CITY DRUG STORE
Has a blend oF CEYLON TEA the beat of its kind. Just give it a trial
and yon will be convinced by lie excellent taste and flavour.
EUTHYMOL PASTE, TABLETS & CREAM for Ihe teeth, breath and
skin. This is Ihe latest production of medioal science.
BROMO-SODA & BBOMO-SELTZER to quiet your nerves and regulate
your stomaob.
MINERAL WATERS —Vicby, Celeatins and Grande-Grille ; Carabana
Hunyadl Janos, Carlsbaad &3.
GKO. VEBSELLES,—Druggist,
NIGHT BELL. 17a Park Street.

Tasso, Tasso.
I? i. aiii* t uii ij
JUST LANDED
J FOR HALE BY
#
I.UCIEN F. AM BAUD AND SON,
3, CHARLOTTE STREET.
Ulth Nov- 1900
*£ WATSON’S xxx
•s Old Blended
1 GLENLIVET WHISKY ft
â– a DUNDEE-
S s
TTis a pure matured spirit at very superior flavour od
1 and style and enjoys a very popular position
A- . wherever ntroduced. era
*—4 jggj
Supplied to all Loading Hotel* & Clubs
—« As a trial of tdtis biph-class Whisky will cortainly cr>
«i reeulv In appreciation. Sund your orders, at cnoe to {p
tho Agcats.
« LEE LUM & CO,
cr
s 5 | POET OF SPAIN,
I

WANTED
AIiONXO LLOYD cl Pjurt'i Bttvc
“ No. ltia Wo. muk is deatrcua d
tuvln* euiplnyraent •* a diver, he l.t» !
mat y year* asps ierc* in diving- and I
is prepared tvr giro eat vfaetion to w< I
ever gives hltn emp'eyment.
• h Ge ina , Kret ob and Du ih
wi-ht > for a situation a* Tv reign Core*-
i e .re p *ltl nos trir-t- Beal, r*-
ce ,
1) Au*!t-Au.. .CiU U.U. i Uoui J
t ** **t-fcLi A*.

- ■ • « e«u .rm « ■. *
FOR BALK.
I A CHKOLK BUILT BUGGY
PONY AND HARNKhP.
f» R CASH OR ON MODERATE TERMS
Apply to
F. BLAND,
LHp, hil, Ka«t D:y iiivcr,
Duke Street Bridge,

VIOLET FEteBS. Totjr (Fmnce) I
Tlie only House for fl
BYRRH is a savoury drink, eminently tonic and appetising. It is made I
â– Sg|?s^3 o f old red wines, exceptionally generous,put into contact with cinchona B
H&«Vj bark and other bitter substances of first quality. It borrows from all I
these substances an agreeable flavour and some precious cordial and B
febrifuge properties, and it owes to the natural wines which alone fl
EBYRRK-1| COi ' ilril,ate 50 its preparation, its high hygienic superiority.
1j As an appetising and tonic BYRRH should be taken pure, at a dose of B
PSiflffe; | Mixed with cold water, and In preference with seltzer or soda water |
â– â– tejjja it makes a drink which perfectly refreshes without debilitating.
SPECIKmrrtE D6pAt in POFT OF SPAIN : A. E. BOLAND.
COUGHS, COLJD&, OKONCHITIft )
DHLANQRENiRR'S S
Nal6 Lozenges f \
J*2! Nilf£ €
rerfiA isiiis, & -MO/ Mralif «™iu £ w K H B m

NEW PIANOS
JUST RECEIVED
Several “ STERLING" PIANOS in
black cages, some with 3 pad
good and cheap.
01 TO PIANOS,
BRINSMEM) PIANO B
STERLING ORGANS
with II stops for only $50.00
CALL AT
H. MONCEAUX
Corner of A FVe-Jrurlok
JOHN LOGIE
OLOTEimt A nOTTEIi
Begs to notify hia Trie ml-; an-J Ou.'
tenters i hat ha ha* re :d s lavg<
snd sew e»iortr->.’i»t of
TWi
Boatings
Ac., A', ‘’.a,
so avoid disappointment picas
leave order* early.
JOHN LO6IRI
*' THE SCOTIA"
P/11/9B MeHoa
IMPORTANT
THE PUBLIC is hereby notified that
Mr John Mtfche’, !&t« Wcsher end
Prefer, '‘not Dyer" (lor all the dyeing
baa a!ways been done by myself, in»
assistants are only for washing, preaainj
and unending) baring been ilschsrgtd,
haa therefore no connection wth my
establishment.
All percale sent me nh uld be ad addressed
dressed addressed R. J. J. GLAMENB, Trinidad
Dye Work*. Corner cf Duke and Georgo
Streets,
N.B,—Abo*e oan’t be mistaken ; ii*
the lsrg.st and cly reliable Qlesnlrg
and Dyeing Esisbdsbm* nt in tbe West
India*.
Horses, Horses,
Landed To*dcy
Ex R. B “ Grenada ” from
New lock.
riunr r 1 f*: 1 1 v * sc 1 Md
*-• s t Dr »t H. ran*, rir ;
t f’»t ‘luck M . .u 1 ii.' match. -J
i Bluk M • d.. - alto a g
match
i Guy Horse—. no r raddlr r
draft
1 Dapple Grtit Mare—A f t | ani t 1
an ’ gentle.
1 Bay Mara—A stylish animal.
I Bay Mare—A tpauiy.
Th« abore ariaeali l ave t cn • - 1
by a judge ard thus effers w upper ’>3
nlty to purchasers requiring a no)',
good borne
To be teen at HUNTER SKEETEAcO.,
Mb
IMPROVED STILLS
ior DISTILLLNG S RECTIFYING
( ..-Aj? BBANDIEfi, RUMS,
_ • TWT SPIRITS, etc. i
'QEROf FILS AiNE
•S P, -feEto 76, rut w TMitrt, 75
PARIS
GUIDE-BOOK tor Distulers ol Brandies. Essen Essential
tial Essential Oils, etc. MAWtrax, for Distillers ol RUMS and
.ILLUSTRATED price lists tree on application,,

AUCTION SALE
FOB
Tuesday, 27th Novr., 1900,
at-
NU. 2, ST, VINCENT STREET.
FAVOURED with instructions received
" tbe uederergned will offer for sale
the iolkwing Jttoiiß r holu Fu.nitu a at. l
effecis, property of a % entleman iesvii g
4h« LLnd viaßentwood Lh«ira, Eie>
Chairs, Hat eta id, Osrd Tabled, Wb*»
note, Sofu, Rockers Ma;b e Ti p Tab fat.
BambvS FL.wer kjcaLd.-, blue Board,
1 HANDSOME COTTAGE PIANO
(STRONG & SON J—in v rygcod 001.
ciitioc. Piano Stoic, ion Bedsteadr,
Toiler Table, Towel Rack etc. and sot
other interests-
I Landeau Sc 2 Btead Vans-
SALE AT 1 PM.
Teims Cash Before Delivery
ERED. EM. SCOTT,
Auctioneer.
No. 2 St Vincent St'eef,
21t>t Nov. rubei, lfeuQ.
Ql ilLiiii hiXiii
KEAL JAFAN LIQUID
BLAOKING
fe‘RGD^s,LS
A BKILLIANT
AND
Lt\o i iNG pOUIBh
*
Mamuy Droroiog for Brown Boons an
uhces, will dean and romore stains will,
out dnrkaning the Leatnet
888
Polish is Waterprod
Will not rab ofl nor soil tbe clothing.
julian h mm & co.
Sols Agent
Bull Bog A j »
laMßpcfepK^Spy» AjfciT fan UrmSßj&Wßgß&t
O* ' • • -yT-'L
BDI l DOG STOIJT
The Perfection of
Bottled Beer’s,
To be obtained of all tht:
■fc*naQi£»aJ( Dealer ß, t

B4RCIAINS
IN
Watches & Jewellery
Â¥ HE un 'e: signed begs to inform Hi
1 numerous friends and Qn«to my i
that he h«s just opened up his fi-||
o.ofcli'. mont of
CHRISTMAS GOODS
Lmongat which is a splendid lot of
cheap watches.
Worth double tbe prices at shiohtbsy
are marked.
JiiWELLERYt! JEWELLERY!!
U. mpa.iog Gentlemen’s Gold and Silw
Aik.eic .Chain*. Lidias Qusen Ohains,
tioia and hi.ver Ghains, Geld Isei
ciaiety Pins. Brooches, Earrings, Fingst
Blogs, Bracelets,
bL&OTKO PLATED WABE-Sllnr
Bouvenir, Tea Spoons, Soldiers of tbs
Queer , quite a novelty, and numerabiy
othor or lidos marked down at prices Is
defy Ucmpetilion—Gall aarly htrsfor*
ii iiou wieh to secure some si thus
Exceptional Bargains,
*J, ADHEMAR PEBBZ,
Watch Maker & Jeweller.
Corner cf Queen & Frederick Sheets,
Port-cf-Spuin—Opposite W. 0. BOiS
A 00.
JSOTJLG&
Vi OT CE is hoieby ginn thst tbs
a-v Luiiuess owned ou Dp
to cilia day hctwet-U Jufisn H«Dl|
Atvbu , Clement Frsuois Care sod
A . o;. Cory Davies uodestha style or
fi.to it J'JLIAM H. AKCHIB & Uo., bM
been usotved us from this day; and tbM
ibe e..mo will be oarned on by tbs «•“
Julian Henry Archer and Albert Qatf
Uavtte under the same style or firm 0*
Julian H. AacBEB & Go,
Dared el Putc-oi-bpam, 16th .Norsß
her, i 9uo,
JUL hN H.AROHEBAOO.
EOB BALE VEBT OHBAPj
; ,Abs Lane’s Low Bed Patent Le«r
w Cuouiar Bfcw Mill with Csrrisg*
©efi ioog and Patent 54 mu ***
Ouo a* inch Double burfsoer Bw
Planer and Matoher, OiroularßsW.
kU'.eoi Line bhaft and Bteel Tnßjfj
Belting and other Minor Maobines so
applit-uties lor fireole Lumber.
hitfi'jieuC ea regards tb* Pj
Heavy Hardwood Logs, Planing *<»l
aud G moving. Moulding, Beading sM>
Apply to
D». OHAS. A. DAH,
N«jU Frsderiok St Üb ,WPI
FOB SALE.
AN oNgaat American Viotortot
A ..ew and a tine, strong AmedosnW 1 "
Apbly at
Mrs. VON BAUDIIZ,
6 Wellington l***
notice.
LOR IN VEBTMB.N TS, jJ
I from «600 to #«0«G-Town
«!•
ALEX V. M. IHAVENO**
Hdioitor & Oonvef«M»
Istb Luwer Prince Birte*.
i Week—l9:h
FOR RENT.
" c : iea -.by
gtlnl u vrr at * J “ B»il*g
01. nt wii.u.l.l v *j Fur P* t *~
V.itic,;. «eut mederate. s
uular* apply *«■ a
H V JAR O^8,
]8» Lower.Prior*
Is t***
The PoBT-oF-Sr/’tw t, d 4 “ sT S J,
and published eve g IJ
Bsuvshare si No- J w j
0 f 6p»m. Trluldad- ,ul
uioad ns, AdveriissnieuM
rweeivsd- A— ft*
V* Ay. Jtu**kj\