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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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-no. 22427 (June 30, 1956).
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ADAMSON'S
PHOPERTY REGISTER
•• ssi
FOE BENT.
Mar.vir.Llß COTTAGB now ocoupied
by Tho*. Boyd Beq., cornet of
Okrence and Barrack Street*—Posset -
lion 16th Peer., 1900.
j '
FOR RENT.
pOTTAGH situate at corner cf Circular
U Road and Daroeul’s Lane Balmont
oomprislog Drawing, Dining and 8 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, front and side galleries, stable
accommodation and usual out oflioes-
Immedlate possession.
WANTED.
A GOOD house nerr the Savanna-
About three bedrooms and usual
ont offices and stables. About S4O or
MO pel month.
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THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE

No. 4,968 VOL. XX.

The F'our’th Week
«
OF QUB
SIWfAL BARGAIN' SALK
WILL BEGIN ON
MONDAY THE 26th,
will only last but one weok. As Christmas is near at hand we
are sure economical shoppers and careful spenders will appreciate the
money- savmg chanees we offer this week. Here are a few of
our offerings :
Oor Hostlers and Baiuns. .The price 84c $1 03, 182. This wo k£4
720, 840.
Ccml inatlc n Dipper—the "price 240 ; this week 16 cent*.
Our 1 1 w Lightning Sieve. The price 24c, thin W£fik 160
Or 61)0 erg, lull family Bize, The prioe 30c this week T6o
L ghtn ! ng Egg Betters and Cream Whip The prio« 20j |tbls week 12a
Cur Merriment of Steamers. The price 400 and 480, thin week 28 and 860.
Our Lightening Erg Beater. The prioe 6o ; this week 8o
Butts-r Spades. The prioe 15, 180 end 240 : this wi ck 8, 10 and 12
Self dealing Pie Tins. The price 240 ; this week l*-’o
Our Perfection Cake Tire. The price SO ar.d 40 Our Clean Out Cake Tics. The pr*ce 200 ; this week 15c
0 T Mbc ii eor Fg? Boaters. The pric.* 40 end 600. This week 24 and S6o
Graduated Measures The prioe 43c; this week 320
security Kettles The prioe 36, 65 and 63c ; ibis week 28, 35 and 400
Dripping Pace. The prioe 20, 86 and 40o; this week 56. 24 ard »0 o
Steam Uorsal Cooker. The price 720 and 1 08 ; this week 600 ami 780
Emsral G’-een Water Sets—l Urge jug and 6 tumb’ers The prioe $1 20
'.hia week 700
KmernlGieen Dishes. Tho price 18, 20, 24, 80 and 880. This week 14
16, 18, 22 and 24
4£ ir oh loe Cream Plates The prioe 6o ; this week 4o
Uvai and Round Glaea D'ckes. The prioe 16, 18 and 24u ; (his week 8,
10 and 160
Gsrd Receivers—Resorted ooloura—the price 880 ; this we- !: iOo
Ghina Fruit Dishes The price 840 and 1 32 ; this we many other artfoles too numerour to mention. In fact this
Week’s Bargain Sale ia a coOoctif n oJ
Useful Hou ehold Articles
FOB THE
Coming Holiday Ssason
>Te wish it to he distinctly undereto <1 that there, prires ai n for SPOT
A H rmd for one week only, after th*t the usual prico will he charged
ONLY AT
THE m HEBALD"
GEORGE Db GAM* & Co
No, 6, Frederick Street.

The largest Benefit Society in the Wa t Indies
The Sunbeam Benefit So ety, it .
Yon may suffer from ILLNEbo,
You may meet vuh and ACCIDENT,
an you most face DEATH.
Pc Doles giving protection in these different oiroumstauoes wa issued by the
Society, at a weekly premium of SIX GENTS and Upwards.
Special policies to Professional men, (Marks and others insuring £2 IQ 0 weekly
iu cose of Hinose or Accident, £25 at Deat h.
Ptrtoni rttidinj/ in tht Country district* having no local agmt are invited to
eorretpond with the Society.
Interest paid Annualiy to all Policy holders not having drawn benefits dnrfDg
the preceding twelve months.
Over 8000 claims bare been paid In Trinidad,
Every information afforded to those desiring to beoome Policy holder*,
A. HANBON,- -ISecretary A Manager,
NOTE—The Soolety Is always preparedjto employ capable, honest and industrious
men as Agents,

NATIONAL
Hfjll iUMMCHCtJ.
of ireland
Bsiablisbkd.... 1822
Capital •• —Al,01k),000
Fuhds (over) h, ••• 600,000
Hiad Ornoi —3 Oollege Green, Dublin
The undersigned having been
appointed Agent and Attohnky for
the FIRE DEPARTMENT, is pro
pared to accept Risks at Current
Hates.
FRED K. BCOTT,
4, St Vincent St., Port-of-Spain.
Telephone- 136
FOB BALE-A BARGAIN.
One Soda Machine
By ft CHAPELLh
Complelo snd in good working order
Apply at 10 Upper friaee Bt

TRINIDAD, THL-JTSi.AY NOVEMBER sh\ 1900

YOU CM CHET
HIGHOLABB
Portraiture
DCMS AT VHS
UP-TO-DATE PHOTO GALLERY,
64 CHARLOTTE lITREET - Port
of-Bpain.
L' A . QEOFROY ,
N. R—The Electrlo Tram Osi drop*
yon »t the entrance
FOR SALE
A COTTAGB on Belmont Circular
with all cocvouleuoes for a family
FOR RENT, '
A Small Cottage on Esc*liier Linds
A. Id. GAMPS.
13th Nov;

â– rMNID.'l'
Building Aiid Association
No. Sa MARTI-. , QUARK, F.
i 04 N ,v,i ( the
I *"â–  Offica if tl iion o the first
VUKBDAY 0* tv. s month t*> reosire,
b>ce for
LOANS ON PiIOPERTIES,
Aid fix tbhe r&io of premiu ms.
LOANS ON SHARKS
May be applied f r e. d granted t j
members at any t:iue with, u'i above
formality at 8 per cent in format per
annum, with, rut premium.
For further purlieu!*** apply fee'the
undersigned, r.fe the . ffioo, fcetwaeu the
ihwi Jf 8 a.m. and 4 p.in.
ALEX, t MATHISON,
Secretary and Treasurer.
THE
CO-OPERATiYK ICE DEPOT,
L ast [Dry liiv. r, Quariy St,
ice a!. ail Hour
lc. PER POUfaD,
Sold by
a* QomAbm
V.«“
co * hlu* Ru B onded Tea 8 per pkie,
t I ti g tlugsr 12c per lb “3
Outrun Real, Jams, Fruits iu tj
* Ryrnp ©
& B -.culU, Potto i Meats,
£ rt. Juiien Wine, St, IwtepN cc
CM ancl Vic Greats, Yoik Hams. *
R ast Mu lon. Bolted Beef,
Snim- 1 , K’ppered SL
He: rings
if* Herrings a la Sarclnjs, Petite o
&} Bois, 2-
H tricots. Vert*, Best Root, §
(jQ Oat tuts J
O-perr, O’lves, Pickles \fhlte -
c and Blatk Pepper
« m
Z 2 ALSO >
O xxx
Garfield Tes, Female Corrective jw-
Herb r*
rn Herbal* Smoking Mixture, Coca
S Kola Wine u
iy Wvinpole’* Bee ; , Iron and Wine
«g Wamp Je’a O. L. OU
iy Soott Emulsion and Kepler CL o
K Oil with muttestreo", •
AT
F, A. BRUNTON,
Druggist.
Cor. of Pa'k & Charlotte Bus.
Port of Spain,
THE
People’s Pharmacy.
ST. ANN’S ROAD,
Jußilhe place where your i*reeorlp i*reeorlptioue
tioue i*reeorlptioue will be aoourately diepenerd
by a ooinpeteut liaenaed druggiat
wish Ihe puii'St and frenbeat drugs
25 per oent. cheaper than niaewhere
Now don’t fail to take advantage of
this and bring In your piosoriptions
FKK. H KHIPMKNTB OF
DRUGS 8l CHEMICALS
Received every month.
Just received per s s. * Ocsmo "
Canadian Healing Oil, Canadian
I’rtiu Destroyer, HoUoway’a Oom
Cure, Bickle’s Hyrup &c. We always
keep in stock s large assortment of
Toilet Requisite* at prices which
defy compe’itkm. We expect shortly
a largo and varied shipment ol
Groceries for Ihe ccmiog Christmas
(tauten which wo will dispose of at
our uiual cheap rate.
THE PEOPLE’S PHARMACY
Bt. Ann a Road.
34-11-1900.

jSimply Startling
-â– w , Mb, SKEOCH his r-urpsssed himself
In buying this year til kinds of
NOVELTIES
Staple and Fancy Dr»y Goods
At prices n?ver before offered to the
TRINIDAD PUBLIC.
OiO â– â– â– â– 
Be ut-lu 1 He r.-or : sfi i Sateens
«
Regular 3'Jo. goods at 120.
WHITE MUSLINS and P/ques at les* tbau origi- al o js* ; all shades in
SILKS, SATINS & RIBBONS,
i)9v»i? Art k kpe.-) Mislus,
H VTS, FLOWERS, FKATUEK3 in galnro.
PARASOLS, PARASOLS. PARASOLS.
L Citnbric ami Masrtu Embroideries, Llaeue, Jottoas, Sheet-
Idk*, Drills, Prlal-, Surges, Tweods, Goatings, Flannels, oto
EVERYiHIKfi CHEAPtar iN XHt IBLANO.
SKEOCH & CO.
r ubiic Benefactors and Friends of ihe Boor .
fc fr.r tba Ipoo: tnuas.
LAND POU RENT CHEAP.
Tho Estate known as i.aventille
Hiluated about one and a 2half mile frum Vbe
Utty, aud oumpriting ovei
800 ACRES OF MOST FERTILE LAND,
(ALL) FADING ST. JUAN’S ROAD)
Will be out Iu lot* 10) feet x 60 f-ws. The*e laoda are now planted In
oooonuta, fruit tree* of aii description and pare and gutua* fraae. An opportunity
la now offered the industrious man or womiu to ~btsio at a aheap rental lots of
land which may be converted Into paying vegetable garden* and email homee thereon.
For farther particular* apply to
F. A. &Z4L, —Branawick Square.
17th July, 1800.

COGONUTB BOUGHT
Fully ripe aud sound Gocoa Gocoaauts
auts Gocoaauts bought at
THIS TBINIDAD OIL FACTORY
OH THB
LA BASSE .
I3T CASH ON DELIVERY
0-0 TO
Rosa's Warehouse
KINO STREET
FOB
Bargains

ilw yhiims
AWD-.
GODLEN FLEECE
TOBAUa^OS.
Aru now exceptionally good, and
will oc.-tinne to ba to.
BOTH BRANDS OF TOBACCO
are now put up in 3 oa. tino,
in addition to the usual 1 oa.
tins that they have hitherto
been packed ia.
m •
Give the 8 o». Tint a trial/,
you mil Wte them

D \TLY 2 'TE' r i S

We Care
For Quality
BUT, AS A BUYER
YOU CARS
Foa PRICK,
- IN -
Waver ley Bicycles
Yon havo a ocmbfuatlon of both.
Them we are clearing oat oater me
whi b brlug them within the range of a
very
HANDSOME CHRISTMAS PRESENT
at small coat. Now ia year tlrno to treat
Wife, Sweetheart or Daughter.
and put them in good humour
for the whole of the coming
Ooctury.
YOU’LL BUY THINGS CHEAP
it
Arnett, Lambia & Co ,
Qid Uanh Building, 50, King St.
Toiephcaa 183.
GOVERNMENT NOTIOEB
TENDERS.
For Supplying the Immigration Depot,
Fire Islands with water during the
year loot,
pv&.Uji of advertiatmens iu Bcyai
XJ Gazette 17 th November 1903.
Date for receiving Tenders, noon ou
Thursday 30th Deoember 190th Term*
anil oon itioua of tiontiaot can be ob obtained
tained obtained on application to the Protector of
1 nmigraute
SUBURBAN WATER JiATBS,
Belmont and Woodbrook
1900-1901.
“THE above RATES are now payable
1 at the Uelouial Treasury and will be
received until the 81st Deoember 1900,
alter which date those remaining unpaid
will be handed over to the Marshal for
collection.
DAVID B. HORSFORD,
Receiver General.
Receiver General's Uihoe,
6th November, 1900.
TENDERS.
Lease of Government Lands in the
Montserrat Ward.
r\ ATE of advertisement in *• Royal
w Gazette" giving term* and oondi*
Gone of ojutraet, 3tS:b October, 1900*
Dete for reoeiviug IV i lers, noon on
Friday 80th November, 1900.
PORT-OF-SFAIN WATER BATHS
WQQ-1801.
rpHti above rates are now payable’st
X the Colonial Treasury and will be
received until the diet Deoember 1900,
alter which date those remaining unpaid
will be handed over to the Marshal lot
collection.
DAVID U. HORSFORD,
Receiver-General,
Receiver General's Ottioe,
17th October. 1900.
FOR SALS.
MHSSUAGB and LANDS No. lit
Ktug b tract, Port of Spain. Ai>4;
MB h AMOUR
BcUdtof,
No 37 Qoeen Stseet. Fo* «f &***»
WANTED.
TWO or three Canvassers, Payment
by commission. Only those wil willing
ling willing to work hard and persistently
need apply. Apply Bunbeam Benefit
go iety Ltd. .
9*. / s S



2

Schuener & Cos
LUMBER YARD
«SP NOW LANDING
EX SOB JONER ‘TRADER
J OM LIVERPOOL, N.B.
... ooe 'â– â– â– ' â– â– 
95.000 P* , WHITE PINE BOABD
£7,000 BPBUCB BQABDB
122,000 .
Which we offer as usual. Also a large lot of
DAKBAI'Ocj Wallin LIME.
SOHOENER & GO’S
Lumber Yard,
Opposite Bailway Station.
THE
hi iiiP'-Pii'tiis" System.
Not . the so-called easy system, mark
you hut a Itona fide e-tsy system.
CLOCKS, ELECTKO-PUTE,
Watches, Swing Ohairs,
Biny a x- m s *
gold upou a system that is easy ;o proved parties
For Household Goods, Adorn meats&c.
First oousalt only the
G osmoyolita nSpeci<y Cum piny,
J. L. STEELE,
28, Queen Street,
Piano Warehouse,
Pianos l
PljpPSl rianos l
lb Pianos I
jjij i AdciifUrcUum in
: *.sf • _ tk * Wlt
: Small MUSICAL
INQIBUMiSNIS,
«u*k at Guitars
*«fo», ftsllas. abuu laaer, .*«td *l* eit sb« Um* Pause
sad Tooai Motto.,
fu- ilaotrt and «*f**wi WASHHOUSE in the West ludiee, solely devoted
to the interests of the latmual community.
TONING AND REPAIRING—A SPECIALITY.
H STRONG —12 Frederick Street.
Photographic Plates
AND
PRINTING OUT PAt'KRS
ALSO
DEVELOPING AGENTS Etc., auoh aa
Pl*°i Alum
z: i as—
J"[®f* nc Ac,d J Ammonium Bromide
9°“®! • , 1 Potas OtrbouttvS
uauitic boca . OhnUiride o( Gold
Ammonia Solution 880 j Ammonium Bulphosyanide etc.
Rooki for PU UtMACBOTIOAL STUDIfiNTS, latest ed.tioos.
THE BRITISH PHARMACOPtEIA 1898-
trquiras Compiniou to the Bn'Dj a, Thu Exga Phai Phaimacopoeid
macopoeid Phaimacopoeid : Martiudale aud VVYricoit
A i
AagNth. i* fa# •i' A-a ’»mJ(se*.ijkii".A **■.

THE FOR* OF SPAIN SAZETi‘r. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20 I^oo

RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT
Manila Cigars
(CUBTADOS AND WINDBOK)
ALBO
UAms havy our tobacco
IN i lb. TINS
And Hollandia Water
FOB SALE BY
Schoener & Co.
rWE HAVE GOT LEATHER TO SELL
And we mean to sell it to. We have
always sold LEATHER and the more
we sell the more we want to sell.
We now beg to let the public know that we are continually receiving
bath from Europe and America fresh shipments of
* I rATurn
Our prices can’t be best, I fl™* E"k I l™ ■
WE LEAD IN THIS LINE. â–  â–  â–  Km I 1
and which make the finest assortment ever shown
in Trinidad.—TO SEE IS TO BUY.
GJ-OTTZAXi.ES BROTHIBIRS-
Is ths Right Stobh fob Leatheb.
BHOE-MAKERS, SADDLERS, BOOK-BINDERS.
We of ovary kind to suit yon. Leather for Uppers. Lc*iiher|i for
Soles. Leather for Lining. Leather for Slippers. Leather for Fancy Work.
Leather Ur Belts.
LEATHER IOK HARNESS, LEATHER FOR CARRIAGES.
In fact great varieties or LEATHER are to be found at GONZALES’
Kveryono who deals in Leather, or makes up leather in any form are invited
to call and see the NOVELTIES IN LE VTHER now displayed at our Store,
85, Frederick Street,
REMEMBER! GONZALES FOR LEATHER-

Ex S.S. “SAVAr
FBOM LONDON.
- oo
5,458 Bags NAGRA RICE
300 Uases MILK-1 lb. Tlns-dn^io-Su-w.
oo
EX S.B. ORION’
FROM LIVERPOOL
1,050 Boxes SOAP, 56 lbs.,—2os. Prize Medal
200 „ do. 50 „ —24 s. do.
for:salb;by
!JOLIANZH- ARCHERS* Co.
For*- f-Spaln, Sooth Quay,
3’*t October, 1900,

DEMT&L PARLOUR.
N*i ll Frtdtriek Strut, oppotii* Mr
Orocrrf.
Inmen Hv. If.
DR. 0. H. DALY, DD.fi.
Kxtraotfon of Teeth end other opere-
Ucdi .performed without pain by
approved
.Anffiithetia System.
Personally selected Teeth for Artificial
Denture*, Gold ai.d Bilrer Btopplugs
guaranteed end at
SEASONABLE PBIOEB,
1 â– â–  'â–  i
SALK FOR TUESDAY THE 18th
DECEMBER 1900
1 JUBLIO NOTICE l. hereby given that
* under end by virtue of the Statutory
Power of Sale venferred upon Mortgagees
by the Oonveyatoinc end Law of Pro Property
perty Property Ordlnane e 1884 and by virtue i f
I toed date *« No 167 Protocol of Deed* fcr that year
end made between Angela Negord of the
one pa't \et
Koketeln (ala>. sinoa deceased ).,f the ether
part, there will be pot up for eale by
Public Auction by the undersigned at :he
Mart No 9 dt, Viooent Strict Port-f-
Susln (u Tuesday the 18th December
1900 between the h nre of me eud two
ot the click in the f ornecn.
All and fc ogular that oeitaln paroel ol
land and tbe messus|e thereon knowi. at
lot Nc. 168 Guantpo street In tbe Tcwn
of Arimo eud abotHcg on the North open
a lot of lend talcegtog to eta Alexander
Noe', South on Guanapn btieet. East cn
a lot of land belonging to ooe Jean
Piarva Ajar and on tne We»t on l*"d*
lately ol ora Leon Oei teoo but now h- •
I rrjlcg to one Ueorge J M k or howsoever
the same may be butted or bounced
together with tbe appurtenance* thereto
b(T"Pging.
D'ted this 19tb day cf November 19(0
FRED Kui. SCOTT,
A ivt eovef.

I Revolver Stout
»
j Revolver Stout.
f
; Not only the most stimulating, but
? also the most nourishing BTOOT,
sold on this Market Marketj
j Marketj Brewed in Scotland from the purest
Mult <& Hops only, and matured in
Wood for 18 months to 2 years
before being bottled
Beware of Imitations
ASA FOR
REVOLVER STOUT
AND BKE THAT YOU, GET IT.
Many Spurious and Worthless
imitations nre being offered to tbe
Public, by unscrupulous shop shopkeepers
keepers shopkeepers and on tbe 7.h November,
» shopkeeper was convicted before
the Magistrate of Port of Spain for
bottling off Common Stout in bottles
bearing the " Revolver Stout" label
and oelliDg same as tbe genuine
article, and a Hue of XlO or two
mouths imprisonment wag inflicted.
NOTICE.
A REWARD OF XIOO
will be paid to anyone giving gucb
information as will lead to the con conviotion
viotion conviotion of any pe.'son or persons,
hotting off interior rubbish, and
palming off same on tbe public as
“ Revolver Stout.”
” Revolver Stout” can be oh oh♦alned
♦alned oh♦alned in barre.’s containing 7 doz.
Pints or 4 do*. Quarts, from all
De tiers, and by retail of all respect respectable
able respectable Shopkeepers, or Wholesale of
BUsT, TROWBRIDGE A 00,
Sole Agents for Trinidad.
(bnoon Bteect,
* J3.h Non., 1900.

THE
Trinidad Brewery Co. limited.
THE following fa the Government Analyst’s report GANNON
BTOU'f :—“ This sample has an original gravity of 1072. The fitoal is
of GOOD QUALITY, FUSE and WHOLESOME.”
After careful tests it wm decided to use only CANNON STOUT el th
Medical and other Government Institutions, an 4 the Tenders for 1901
sallied for nothing el»».
CANNON STOUT Is sold In barrels of 7 dozen pints at $5 60 or in
handy boxes of S dozen pints at |2 70. These can be obtained at Messrs.
Haley A Co., Haynes & Go., E H. Bapsey, E. Tripp A Go: J. V. Bets
and Standard Grocery or through any dealer.
The Company is also putting on the market an extra, well matured
Stout called IMPERIAL STOUT at $6 per case of 7 dozen. Specially
recommended for family use.
THE TRINIDAD BREWERY 00. LIMITED.
MaeKenzie and Kirton,
GENERAL GOMMIB3ION & EBTATEB AGENTB,
Have just received and offer for
eels a fresh shipment of
HOSTER’S WIENER BEER
Aiso another lot of our
AMERICAN ROAD CARTS
Os specially strong make, and
ONE FOUR-SEATED ENGLISH DOG O\BT,

Nestle’ s Milk
THE RICHEST IN CREAM
Babies Thrive on it
«
ONE UNIFORM QUALITY.
THAT QUALITY THE BEBT-
Why not ask your Grocer for Nestle’s and insitt on getting
it. It oosts no more and is the best.

They Gome, They Come.
Oar second shipment of
Christmas Goods
His jail been received Inoludlng
FNGLISH HAMS, CHEESE.
SAUSAGES, POTTED MEATS.
PioklES, Dates, Raisins, &0., &o.
The ONLY CHRISTMAS "mlldi « Oentn-y which we
will eee, therefore speed a RIGHT ROYAL ORI9TMAS
by baying year Goode at
THE ROYAL PHARMACY.
41, Charlotte Street.
PBIOE3 TO SUIT THE TIMES.

Fresh Aims’ I', 1 ', Fnsh Armils,
THIS W*F,K FOB THE
Trinidad Pharmacy
H-A m:s, ha-ms.
EDAM CHEESES & TABLE BUTTER,
JAMB & CURRANTS m oases,
SHELL ALMONDS & NUTS.
HUNTLEY & PALMKBS BISCUITS (escorted)
PAsCaLL’S CONFjiOiluJNEta.
Ports, Madtha and Sherries,
H»n> Bautcicrg tod Graves.
■VXEtT J»TFS BHWOWKAO.
Wholesale Boyers vigil ibe
TRINIDAD PHARMACY,
oey. g. 3< K ‘° S *"*’

„ trb^
Produce
3a, MARINE SQUARE
pobt-ofhpain '
ALL AUCTION BALEB
AT I P-As,
U*LHB ADVERTISED.
aa advertised below for the benefit
oopoernod. Idell oaaaath,2â„¢
“ d
AUCTIOI SALE
FURNITURE
Saturday, Ist Deoemba I9M.
AT 2 P.M. PROMPT.
FAVOURED bThirtruflUom fm
Thoa* Boyd fieq. the underlined ~ji,
mil by Public Auction the
Furniture at No.
to. posite the Goal). W
Wggon, Chair*, Picture*. 8 di* dock
otOi
One « Singere’ Treadle Sewioc
with drawer* end fi»p
DRAWING BOOM - fJL euu-
Ohairs, Bentwood Rookeri, Wb*|.
note, Bamboo Plant Standi eta
Vasea, Bamboo Tee Sabta, Gin*
Tablea. Lamp*, (Bra**) Shade* ik
/ octave*, Bcmwmxl U j
Allison, London, 2 Wicker »■*«
Folding Chair*, A large AaJBB
Oarpcs, Piano Stool (b.-***), But
wood Sofa, Drawing room, Bead and
B tmboo door Samoa.
BEDROOMS—Wardrobe with Mirror,
Bamboo Drets'rg Table with Mirror,
Weeh»tande aid Ware, Mirrnn,
Obaira. baudacme Brae* Beditmd
Sprtcg Malm*, Bair Metre**, irco
Bedsteads, Orfb Httnne, PUlowi,
Mosquito net*, Carpet, Small Inc
Bedstead, eto, etc.
PANTRY—Ioe Oheat, Meet SafaFu SafaFuteur
teur SafaFuteur Filter and Sundries,
KITOBEN 4r YARD—Dog K«M
Stove*, Pots and Peru, Tabhe ik
eto.
Term* Oath on the fail of the Imw
and before delivery,
REFRESHMENTS
J. RUSSELLoMUBSAY,
SIXTH
Live Stock Siie,
Tuesday, 4th Deor,, 1900,
“ i

SALE BY AUCTION
or
ELECTRO PLATED WARS AMD
FANOY GOODS
On or about December Sfd •
seat of English Fancy Food*, 1
plated Ware, China Tea Sell, V«m
Catee Fiah Knlree and eJa, «S<
(full^detaik lattr)
HORSE AND*CABBUaS
REOISTEB.
OWING to the number of eppScs**
for the Prlrete Sale of Horew, U*
Stook and Vehlclee. Tbe ood«™fDW
bae arranged to epen a
REGISTER
for the ehere Stock available to WwS
Bale. Further information flgg
term. etc. to be bed on appM***"
tbe underelgned,
j. bussell-mobbai.
First List for
Saits:
601—A CARRIAGE HOB®-** *
tingle or double bsins**:
502—A BAY GELDING - « JJJ
Good actiin. Q“to «a **
Feat. „ .[» florf
603—A MOLE—mediom «**
Draught. C.MCSM
606—A PONY-2* jeart-*
foa haroeta or aidiW-
Vehicles.
101—AN ARMSTRONG
rumble, newly P**?*® 'u* el*
104-A HBARBB-in M
106—A LANDEAO-In #»*
end now in nee: {AgkA
106A GOVERNSHOAJHJJ GOVERNSHOAJHJJitrorg
itrorg GOVERNSHOAJHJJitrorg and in hie* JjVg p 0 â– 
107—GAB Se»tao h*
oooditfor. if—nd utt * I
108—A VICTORIA - Ajjj 1
Light end in Has
built „ BtetMtoF* 1
110-SNGLB 1
Horee erd H* lll * _
turn cut In fin* fl*erij** I
111 GlG—Ssated for l* o,
I
The fi '*et ,n fb « ;
private ii»«) G* l * l ** g #t fjjjj
Records. oomplo « '' 1
anti toting. Trump S# 1
for asking record* 1
“f2s&**32*
Fioduos Btebsr A A* I*^ 1 *^



mirn & Go.
TOYS, GAMES, MUBIGAL GOODS, BOOKB
- IN IMMENSE VARIETY -
Our Xraa* display of these GOODS is the largest and
Beat organized in town, the whole being lighted by
Electricity making a perfect—Fairyland.
Special Arrivals added to the Show this
week.
Dolls House standing 30 inches high with I on Bel.
c nine ourtained windows Portic<’, &c f'crn $3 60
Auto harps with musio bocks ~ 91.08 and 2. CO esch
Pm o station Books, well bound, rough and gilt*! g
edges good subjeots, a large assortment serf Ij§
suitable foi school prizes & 25 per cert, cheaper ( £
than ordinary prices ) g
To OcuDtry Shopkeepers—Meohanioal Toys, for your
Stores and Gla*e Oases these are a gross attrsotion
they draw big crowds to your shop, srd are cheap
tlu'iosi Boxes playing from 1 to 8 tunes, .f 1 50 to |9.OQ
Ohicese Lanterns, a beautiful lot, some ornamented
with reeds and beads .. ~ 10c to 840
Musical (flocks Nickel plated, good time keepers
play a tune at the half and hour ~ 98 60
Dolls trunks fitted with doll A trousseau from 960 to 3.60
See our large boxes of Combination Games ojLt&iuing :
Peel Billiards, Ten Pins and Orcquet
'"tonoertinas, Melodions, Guitars, Qaatros, Violins, Flutes
Plooolos, Fsgeolets, Clariouettes, Ac. Ac.
Meohanioal Locomotives ~ .. 720 each
will run baokwarda and then forward.
Chinese Kites 80, .. Military Kites
DOIiZ>»-
Dressed & undressed
Hundreds arranged in line for your selection.
The Bonanza.

ICJfi ESTABLISHMENT
48 King Street,
C, L,
o THIS OLD & WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
YOU UAE GET :
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQ'JOW OF ALL KINDS
Meat of the finest quality, to our regular customers only,
it is not sold for cash.
HARDWARE, HOUSE FuRHISHMNj GOODS, EARTHENWARE
Cutlery, Plated Warj, Glassware, and many
other items too numerous u speaify.
We haye recently transferred all our Gr' â–  < as, Liquor and Hardware from
No. 47 to our own premises; No. 48 * i,r3it is more compics an 1 better
displayed, and wa will be glad ir 1! our customers and the general
Public will inspect same at their oouv -nience ,
c x.. 'v 00
ICE ESTABLISHMENT.
9th Novr., 1900-
DAVIDSON i TODD
THE AROADfi
>♦♦ ♦<
What about your* Christmas Presents
Anything is not good enough. Buy them while there is a
good assortment to ohocse from. At the Arcade you oan
havejthe best value and genuine quality at the right prioea.
Received Ex RMS. “DON."
Choice Selection of SILVERWARE and ELECTRO-PLATE
fcfaemely pretty GOODS in the very latest artistic designs.
ALPO
a Lovely assortment of FANCY BASKETS
“ d Baeket Ware in W P. BASKETS, WOBK BASKETS, WALL
. POCKET-, Ac , Ac.,
Ladies should call early to see these a" the low prioes at whioh
they have been marked must ensure speedy sales.
I *BW LOT OF
Windsor & Newton Artistic Studies.
These are the very latesf published and this lot
contains some very effective studies. Complete
stock of Artists Materials kept in stock, colours
in Tubes, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, Pencils,
Crayons, Tuy HBccrssr,
./he best selection of Toys in the island, Toys of every
P r ' cea suit every purchaser. All articles marked
he lowest "margin of profit.
.DAVIDSON' AND TODD
Sf p * k '’*
The Arcade,

THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 100

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Ladies, Gents & Childrens FOOTWEAR
at prices to suit you.
A larger, newer, more stylish or butter assorted stock
cannot be seen in the trade.
Our BOOT DEPT ii a Store in itself
NEW GOODS THIS WEBK-
Carpet Slippers thick L’noleum soles ... i«o a pair
Girls Cloth elastic side boots very neat .. MJo a pair
Ladies Ok th elastic tide boots just marked
off .. .. . ~ 95c a pair
Ladies Glac Ladies all Glace kid L*oe Boot high leg .. 5s a pair
Ladies Black kid boots eiastio aide white
stitching, bead & silk tassel only .. 91.26 a pair
Glace kid elastic side boot white stltobinf,
imitation buttoned... .. ... 6s a pair
Ladlea all blaok kid boot high hoed leg
good style .. .. 6g a pair
Ladies Glaoe k’d buttoned oleth top boot 6s a pair
All Glaoe kid eiastio side boots with white
stitching .. .. .. .. {8.30 a pair
Glace kid boot, cloth top with olasps .. 10a a pair
BLACK AND TAN CARACAS BOOTS
Laoed Buttoned & eiastio side.
NEW AMERICAN SHAPES FOR LAPIE3 & GENTS
Gents porpoise hide eiastio side Boot
English shape, hand sewn ~ ~ 480 a pair
Gants Calf elastic side Boot whole military
front good sole .. .. .. 2.76 a pair
Smith Brothers & Go.

Queen's
Park
Cite
C* N account of not receiving Fur..
* niture Queen’s Park oaf 6 will
not be opened on 15th as adven
lised ; but as soon as ready the
public will be notified.
JOSE F, REIS’
CHERRY BRANDY.
LEAD;* VLL GTD EIuS
SEE THAT TOD GET
*SP Th* Aptlol*,
TAKE NO OIHBB
*0 M •BViiniD U
THE HEW YORK ESTABLISHMENT,
The Eichtaga ud Riling Su
REIS’S GENUINE CHERRY
BRANDY.
THIS popular Cordial, besides being
used for oooktaila, etc., la also used iu
the making of oakes, where its fine aud
aromatic flavour considerably Increases
their riohnaea.

ROt« »’
SPECIAL PAINTS
I eave a glossy and perfect finish, are more lasting, have more
body and are cheaper by 2/ a Keg to any
other Brand.
Ross Special Enamels 15c.
Ro88 ; Special Varnish 12c.
BARGAINS
BEDROOM GLOBE L4MPH 21c
PARLOUR LAMPS SLOO
AT KOSS’ WAREHOUSE
KiNGdIRMt

fslUlyll Hi Oi (L lio lio
- lio :no sundries.
EAGLE BICYCLES.
To carry a heavy weight they have a
quid star —Bpnt oa*h price .. ... {6O(H)
THE EXPRESS wa have u few "c-f‘, this machine will
give you entire satisfseV u—we w. nid cot handle a
bioyole that wruid’n’.
The Express with mudgiu»ds O' ly ... 20 dole oath
With Autimitio Coaster rrd I- «k<>.. 26 do's
Another Ladies Monarch Chainless
These will be the wheel of ;90i—No dirty chain, easy
1 untint, clear- > eVjart ridirg,
Our spot o«*h price Lacks and Gents.. 60 doU each
IN OYCLB SUNDRIES We aie well atcoked.
CRICKETING GOODS
Note these New Lines ;
The Pneumatic Surrey Ba'ting Shields, New kinds cf
WICKET-KEEPING GLOVES
CALL AND SEE THEM,
See our All Cork handle B.ts .. 7 dols aud 8 dole each
A Fine Stock cf new Leg Guarde some patent mokes
BAT TWINE AND PEGB
These well known Bats are here again ;
The CHinker, Lords Champion, Exoeller, Wirdens
Selected, Crawford Patent. Ra» jl Ac., &o.
THE BONANZA

JOSE F, REIS’
SANTIAGO BOUQUET
a s
x« l x
£1 s %
~ I 1 fan q. k
§ O
x° q ®
5; . •Wm s
< _ 'itTsirnDnim *
& g, g
1 I* I
The Rm ni P«pilt> MU.
JfeHT ABE FOR 11.
4
Vo be obtained hi
The Eichuge tid Riling Su
REIS’S SANTIAGO BOUQUET.
AVERY pleasant Cordial, equal to
and far auperior!ti priced Liqueurs. May be used either
plain or railed with *od*t water; For
oooktaila or punch It la unexcelled.

Thp f?nns m*
i iiy y m : ii
OO—
A Beautiful lot of New GOODS received
this week, it is only possible to enu enumerate
merate enumerate a few, as follows :
A 1 ! fwer Laces, good bitterns for fcbreat’-
iog ilbbcn Lovers kuefs &o J 8 n wide
36. 40, A 480 yard
PPk Ltoes emd insertion?, all widths in
wi«i o cream snd Tuscan at 5 6, 8. 10, 120 & up.
Black lacs all over handle me pattern 48*»
wide at .. .. .. {2 CO
IPack ’are all over 24*n wide at .. 180 a ?*rd
Ci esm Isoo el r vor 46’n wide at .. 2CO da
White lace nil ver 24m wide at ~ 180 do
Blsoh A White iaco Bows scmethlng new
24 Swarsdown trimm'rg .. .. 20c a yard
t)< l!#r at d Cuff sets in plain pique, embroi embroidered
dered embroidered edges colored lleers eto 24 36 and 4 a o the set
Biik L»ce handkevohief slik oaatro .. SDo each
Larger e'ze .. .. ... 4Co each
Ladies oval sh«po haid’kf tags different
shades .. .. Bdo
SmaiiMi eiae with nurse inside only 80e each
Biu hard’kf bag nicely made and padded
niokol fistir* only .. »Oo oat 1 -
Imltafion Crocodile leather oval bn* only B>k) each
Bilk braided git”pe military patterns 18oa yd ) all
Silk embroidered insertions fl iral patterns iOc j colors
Pocgf e Silk Sashes ail oo*oia 6iln long only 24u each
RIBBONS, RIBBONS, RIBBONB.
A large shipment opened up this week, those added to
cur pievious importation, make an immense and beauti beautiful
ful beautiful stock rs pure silk and imitation 81)k Ribbons, all
width# in pisla aerded silk, plaio Satin Silk sallies
fanc’es etc. etc, new oolors new styleis and novo’lies.
At our regu’ar p-lore—Bridal Vheatba. Feathers aud
r ' iugs. Ospreys, Prince of Wsleg Feathers all colors,
Ostrich Feathers ail oolors, mounts in shaded eolote.
SMITH BROTHERS & CO.

I iUK i.AiS : hc•• J K.i.
4 Mji) LDffl
Insurance
Como any.
—a
CAPITAL.... £3,000,QU0.
Paid up Capital and
Fund £1,640,03 b
T N 8 U R ANQUB 8 effected
1 against loss or damage by
fire on buddings and oontems
of Yt/arehousea, Ofiict, ishop
and store premises and IV 7 « W
Dwellingc at moderate r&tr
Promit and Equitm '* tirM*
WTKt Os Lrf/si
Aosbts :
JSMI t'f w
The V-onanza.
Pcrt-of-Hi.. &
Triadwri
8. 8. “ M »NZANAKE6."
qHIPPSBJ .in 1 tho public >-ro ho eby
O notified that iho F.S *‘ Mr. zinnca'
will be withclrnv frera « , f H 'vioe fur oir.«'>
Ing and repeire fu iu 'ho 20th Novenauer
to Ibe 12. b DewmWr, on which d»ta she
will resume ut> ’.i tn-g, by ‘he Biuthem
route,
18th November, ]9fo
LAT EST NEWS FROM
ABROAD
By Wett Inilia * Panama Talogroph
00. Limited
Longer., Novr. 28lb.
The Weak lui.a e repork
that tboy have lea*nod through
Beuter’a Ageoey that Germany,
Austria and France have k’gued a
protocol, enabodyiog a oomprcmisc,
arrived at which forms ibe basis cf
the negotiations lor the sbolition of
sugar bounties, and which it is
hoped will lead to the re-assembling
of the Brussels Conference,
New York, Novr, 2btb,
London news announces that the
War Offioe has received a despa'ch
from Lord Roberts reporting that a
mine has been discovered under
Saint Mary’s Gburob in Johannas*
burg, and that five Italians, four
Greeks, and a Frenchman have been
arrested for being oonoerned in a
plot to explode it wbhe he was at*
tending divine service last bunday.
Lord Roberta also reports (hat the
uauai skirmishes with the enemy
continue to take place.
The ‘‘ Daily Mali” publishes au
alarmist despatch from its ,Capetuwa
Correspondent, stating that the
reports received of British barbarity
In the Republia, have aroused suoh
bq anti-British feeling that the
Loyalists demand that Martial Law
be proclaimed in order to check a
rising after the bolding of the Dutch
Congress next week, adding that the
situation is graver now than it hag
ever been hitherto.
Tbs ‘‘Daily Mail " in an editorial
commenting upon this, urges that
vigorous aotion be taken.
Paris despatches state that when
Mr Kruger narrated hie story of Bri British
tish British brutalities in f outh Africa to
President Loubet the latter replied
“ Alas war is always brutal.”
M. iieun Rochefort has handed Mr

Kruger the sword of honor to bo
presented to Geul Urouje,
Tne Municipal Council of « aria yes
ter day gave a reception to Mr Kruger
at the Hotel do Yillo, The vice t 1 re resident
sident resident in the course of a speech said
that Mr Kruger had heard the beating
of the heart of France and if the
people of other nations spoke in a
similar manner arbitration would im
pose itseli, Mr Kruger replying said
“it the Burghers heard your accla acclamations
mations acclamations they would twofold redouble
their m urage ”
The Vienna Correspondent of the
" Daily t hrouicle” announces that Mr
Kruger has petitioned, the t owers tor
arbitration under the Hague ouveu ouveutiou,
tiou, ouveutiou, Two Governments have replied
favourably but the remainder ad adversely,
versely, adversely,
Despatches from Copenhagen state,
that politics have reached u point
of keen interest as the pre present
sent present cabinet has now come into
conllict with the Laudsthing over
the taxation reforms V new group
styled independent Conservatives has
been formed under the leader leadership
ship leadership of Count Frijt and will join
the radicals in the Landstliiug
Ibo opinion pkovsiia g uc* i y It. »
iho On bin 6i n tew Without »n »Tku »Tkulive
live »Tkulive m?jin y tu he upper bouse,
and has hurciy an ao hot cut, in the
lower.
Ljdcou news announotb tba. >bu
laiu Sir Arthur ba.dtvan was imetrod
in Si. Taut's UuUmursl after the
celebration ot bib obsequies in .bo
Chapel Hoy *1 Sum Jatuee IHe
Kaiser and many English Boy amt a
wore repiestuitd t the ueremony.
The music wac t.cdtitu by the
ohorm ot Ibe Savoy Theatre.
It, Is understood Dial tiu Arthur
iuii a Te I>eum composed tor eeiviots
to be bold at bairn f'HUl’s wneu pence
has been proclaimed m buutu Atrica
Other Lorn on news stales that Mr
Chamberlain hau Informed Mr
Wankiyn, M,T. tor bcadiord, mat
be did bold Spook in a Bn mint, bum
Trust wbioh had investments >u Com Companies
panies Companies doug dove uin. ni business,
but that he du not knew ;bis when
to made b s denial in the House oi
Ootttncns o. having any in e.est In
Government son , sets.
St. Teleisbu.g news announces
that the bulletins respecting tue
t ear, report hit condition aa being
now perfectly sattsUatory
St Thomas, 28,b
trenoh Warships •’Cectllb’* and
11 Suohei”.leU lor M utiutque yester yesterday
day yesterday alteration.
BHIPPINU NEWS.
The K. M. 6. AtV/r Captain Young
1374 tous; arrived yesterday ill lo
hours from Grenada, with 440 tons
of general cargo for this port, aud 41
tons for transhipment to Cuidad
bolivar,
The following Passengers arrived
liy the K, M b. A»/c yesterday mor
ung from the undermentioned ports
eroni bouthampton—Mr K. Oar pen penter,
ter, penter, Mr and Mrs, K- M boutledge
Mr. W, L, Dyott, Misses Dyett (two;.
Major General fcir Francis Fcott, KO
b K- C. M. G., Cady ,'cott and Maid
Mrs, Q. bto limey er and daughter, Lev
\ Merry, Hon W, Gordon Gordon
i« and daughter, Mr and Airs
dank in, Mr and Mis Koeban
d.ss Flaw, Mr aud Mr. t ipri |
uai. Mr Mathisou, Miss lilaikie, j
jjr J. D. Aloanar, Mr I*. hr j
Wilson, Miss Adam, Mr Ale*. Kidded, |

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JAPANESE k CHINESE GOODS
A lovely lot now being marked off and
will be on Sale To-Pay.
These goods are ourfcu* and at the ssme time useful
and decorative In all cf whi h oan be seen (he woodar woodaru
u woodaru harm wo, k • f the J par etc and Chinese, even down
K tha Sc «»vh tray—
THIS â–  FIPMKivT CONf IdT OF:
i icq-.er, T d tnu. u,i trays all shapes and siaes
hlaiif ks. bores wi h keys, s*h travs all sia»s
<}kvt> Bxea, Trick as boxes, jewel box s
Tea O des tdrner **'hgs In beautiful worked meatal
Gut lout wnuß-nu, Musical Decanters
W«l! pl*que« different sis. s, work boxes
Pictures in Japanese subjects and frames, fans
Sola (’ufhions, See the Tiger
Ohb ese Tea pot# ard Tea Hots
Japanese Vases beautiful syles and odors
Dhinese Fern Bowls, Basin and Platen,
Japanese Bead Blinds
Cups and Saucers, China ash trays
Gold Tinsel Twine 120 a bad
Palm fans assorted oolors Chinese Lsnters
Oil Paintings 1 Local work of the highest order In
b auied j good and handsome frames very cheep
Electro-Plated Ware
we hold a large end bes ding Wodding .»!, Xui.t Gilt.
Fsnoy Km'i>r.,r 'voi k ..i,u ft m aW. k / For
E&BeNIF.S OF iH£ BEST QUALITY
IB Pi'EfcKNTiTiON lAUKS.
The Bonanza.

v apu n and l>is J B Saunders, Mr
G A Warner, Mr Bert de Lauurre,
Miss Ward, uud Mr Uawkes
I’iom Lurbadus—AJr J. Y. Johuson,
Mr. a. Lawson, Mr A C, Gouda
Mr. C. Crouey, Mrs Murphy aud
infant, Vira W. A bonyun, iufaut,
child aud nurse, Mr K boyack,
From Dominica Rev Father Suth Sutherland
erland Sutherland
Fioui St Vincent - Mrs M Hickey,
M r U -V 1 humus, > r u ihoinbsos,
Miss a. ( ommisiong, Miss Ada Com Commissiong,
missiong, Commissiong, bliss E Nautou, Mr It. Bar Barbo;.*,
bo;.*, Barbo;.*, uud Mr E tv Millan
l Muster O- Kudin, Mis A Merides,
two children uud nurse. Miss U
lirodie, Miss Ghent, Muster Hender Henderson
son Henderson uud Misses Gawthorue (two),
seventy nine deckers from vurious
ports uud eleven Foor Law Board
Immigrants
Ihe following passengers were
booked to sail for Trinidad uud
iobugo, by the R Mb “Orinoco"
which lelt bouthumpion yesterday
tor tile West ludies :
For i’riuidad; Miss hi Holt Mr
A > i buckle, the Archbishop of Fort Fortof-bpain,
of-bpain, Fortof-bpain, Dr 'J Hewlett, Mr K
Dubaudy, Hi Adam f mitii, Mr K
l iti, Mr L Mathieu, Mrs It Bowen
and chilli. Miss I' Black, Mr Fudsey,
Mrs Hu ton aud two daughters, Mr
aud Mrs .• tkinson aud two chiidieu.
l'or Tcbago ; Messrs VV aud K
Archibald, aud Miss Archibald,
The following pasaeugors sailed by
the R.M.b. “ Esk" yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon :
For La Uuayra : Mrs T Becerra,
Mr and Mrs ] Huido and infant. Miss
M briccuo, Mr 11 W Frmce Mr and
Mrs Enukliorn, Mr Murphy, Mr L J
Horwiu, Mr U Tabb, Mr A Vaiarino
and Mr F Bauch
For Tobago : Mr A Ghandon, Mr
James Miller, Mr H b Murray, Miss
oladden aud Mr C Vincent.
by the Ven. steamer “ Bolivar i
for Ciudid Bolivar : Mies Vo* Bau Baudilz,
dilz, Baudilz, Mr Frederick Lauduseta, Mr
Bonae 41 uire, Mr lluwkes, Mra V
Eoheveria, four children aud two
servauts, Mr Rafael Fesqusra, Mr W
John. Mis Liocioni aud child, Mrs
Lewis A Tiberio, Mr M Silva
Medina, M Feaugos Mr Koclien,
aud fami’y, Mr E Gom a K, Mr F
belmoute, Mr bli Sautaella, Ur F 1
Moruudi, Mr Eugene Andre, Mr H E
Jacobson, Mr V VilDgast, and Mr
Fietrautom. y
BUFttEME OUUET.
(Be ore Mi Justice bxVHas.)
Ws '.nss.’av-
L/ufour * frmth -This was so mctlou
to. i.&iu’« ■« Misiug out of the lost
year’* ‘ K stieg * olhsloL".at 8E Josepts
M E b-ipio Po'latd srt'svred tor »be
p aimlff; »nu u*» Bon. V K— wn,
tat... Go .sis/, *pp«si J wi.b M. L A
Wh#tts ot the pa-viles • vs»oio« lor Lot) ana
oust, was « Sew Trinidad / oka Aephmtt Company
o V, other oi and othmt: I-n l»S*rUi« at
hi a ao-toii L wmfaat f *S a ®*T ’
! *, c* e* for Ih* >*W»S ca, tsudlDg to
it , the ii»r« <»• « vh»t rlsTmad
y g {. *,. < . s p llic rood ever
, e * i Is. u e ws d u Dp
- c. vhe t ut ytstbrdsy
, ». r «ss t anu Le«tU,g was adjoa.tud
tv this morniD|,
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MORE LARGE SHIPMENTS
FOB FOBMILLER
MILLER FOBMILLER ’ S STORES. L I M ITED.
New Dress Sateens, Brocades, Pique Silks, Muslins, Alpacas, Lustres and Zephyrs
A PKETTY LOT ’OF WHITE HARNESS SPOT MU LINS,
Ladies’ Hats—Sailor’s and Fancy Bhapes, a fine selection ol Ladies’Fancy Lace Scarves, Silk Scarves and Bows, Fancy Fans, Hand Bags— Bagsbeautiful
beautiful Bagsbeautiful designs in Tea Cloths, Tray OJoths, Sideboard Cloths, Cushion and Table Cloth Centres m Plush, Art Muslins, Cretonnes, Tabhngs,
Cotton and Linen Sheetings, New Coatings, Berges, Venetians, Vicunas and Flannels.
0- Ready - mades and Hats—a splendid assortment
BOOT * OttOE DEPARTMENT. Mass?"*
SHOE-MAKERS’ TOOLS AND ALL NECESSARIES.
Miller’s Stores Limited.

HENDERSON&Co,
“THE TIMES’’
A Fine assortment of TWESDL Also Blue Coatings and
Blacr. Coatings, Flannelette Shirts at all prices. Hosiery.
We have ,us‘ received 120 Jo*. Houib African TIEB wh eh will b* sold
at the very low prioe of 61 e icb nod which is worih 15c
We have also received 500 doz. of
mOCJEuISj V* O J which will be sold
from Go each to 480,
LADIES BOOT DEPARTMENT.
- OO

adies’ Blmlc Oloth BOOTS at 3/, 3/6. 4/, 4/6 5/. Ladies Glossy Galoeh
Olotb Top Bitvo ed B ota from 4s l> 10». Lsdiea Glossy Blrsp
Phoes from 300 to $2.16.
MEN’S BOOTS
,IN VARIETY.
Carpet Slippers from 15c to 48c. L*a her Blioptra from 2a lo 4*
Another Large Shipment of
BOYS FAMILY BOOTS
AT OUR GENERAL LOW PRICES
lIENDKIiSON & CO,
“ THK TIMES.”
FHB 'EKICK & QID BN STREBTS.
100 BAGS VENEZUELAN COFFEE,
GO Canes Veimouth, pints and GO Cases Morton’s Jams.
JiLt Receiv'd per s 3. Mar<.v 1
Kinuan’a Cervelat 1
b \ SAUSAGES.
do. Vienna l
KINGAN’S SLICED BACON KINGaN’S POTTED HAMS & TONGUE
English Hap oas Leather,
/ÃœBTBALI*N 1-OLE LEATHER,
FlOßh’ahipments ot Gertnau Dutch Sugar aud Hed Ball Boer
p H SCHEEKE r ' &Uc

WIFE KOriOE.
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THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE; THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29. IWjQ.

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b »*i' a n*l; w* «' ( b be 8 P-.ul’»
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(Costinubq From Paqb 7)
Gootiwille, Rev Dr Whitter (Presbyterian),
Rev R S Steeie (Chaplain of the U,S S.
Hartford) and the Rev R S Gammon (Bap (Baptist
tist (Baptist Church). There was a fairly good at attendance,
tendance, attendance, and the proceedings were opened by
singing of Hymn 438 “Jesus shall reign.”
The Rev Ramsay in introducing the chairman
to the audience said; that he felt much
pleasure in having one to take the chair, who
was outside the bonds of their church. He
always had a particular reason in selecting a
chairman. Last year they had Sir Francis
Scott, and he had a particular reason for that,
as Sir Francis was an officer in the old 42nd
when he (the speaker) was chaplain to that
regiment. Then they had Mr Routledge,
and his reason for asking him was because ;
he belonged to that old Scotch Kirk which he
came from. Nest was the late Chief Justice
Sir John Goldney, and he asked him, as Lady
Goldney belongs to an old Scotch family, and
he hoped that in time to come that he would
have chairmen from churches of other de denominations.
nominations. denominations. Sir William Anderson had
promised him to preside at some meeting soon
and he trusted that they would soon have a
meeting, so as to adord Sir William the
opportunity of presiding. He had much
pleasure in asking Dr Morton to take the
chair.

Dr Morton began by saying how much
pleasure it gave him to respond to the invi invitation
tation invitation of Kev Kamsay. lie thought it a
peculiar honour indeed to occupy the chair,
after it had been occupied by so many distin distinguished
guished distinguished men. It was not the first time that
he had the pleasure of addressing an audience
on that spot ; he remembered doing so
as far back as thirty-six years ago. The
speaker next referred to the great Christian
conference held in New York City in April
last, at which he was present as a delegate.
The Conference he said lasted for teu lays,
and was held in a hall capable of accom accommodating
modating accommodating 10,WJ people, and the audience
room was always filled. The speaker gave It
as his opinion, that that Conference moved
the people of New York City, such as no
meeting had never done before. There were
2,0X1 missionaries present from every Pro Protestant
testant Protestant church in the British Empire, and of
all things which struck him most forcibly, was
the display of common sense. These mission missionaries
aries missionaries he said, who had come from all parts of
the Globe, from africa and China, had
learned to speak with feeliug as well as com common
mon common sense, and so they spoke on that occa occasion.
sion. occasion. He next referred to the way in which
the Colonies were being drawn toward the
mother country. Such a feeling did no
exist twelve years ago, but it was
the way in which the colonies had come
forward, and with men, and means aided
the mother country in her times of need
without being asked to do so, that had
caused such a spirit of imperialism to exist.
The speaker concluded his remarks by en enforcing
forcing enforcing it on his listeners to be disciplined,
so as to build up the Kingdom of Christ.
The next speaker was the Kev E D Jones who
compared the Christianity of to-day with that
of the past. The speaker was of opinion that
the churches of to-day required going back
to the state of the churches of old. He
thought that they were working all along out outside
side outside the circumference, and that it was high
time to get in the centre, and work out to the
circle. In conclusion he said ; that it was
for them to work in such away, so as to
extend the Empire of Christs' Kingdom.
A fine quartette was then rendered by four
members of the choir entitled “when peace
like a river." After which the Rev Dr Whitter
began to speak. He thought that a missionary
meeting waa a very particular occasion lie
not iced that Kev Kamsay was very particular
about selecting his chairmen ; but he thought
that they had one in the chair to-night, who
waa not to be outdone by anyone ; from a
civil or an ecclesiastical standpoint. When
they knew thst lire mission that the chairman
was representing was seuding clown 115,000
every year here, and also the class of men
that they sent out ; coupled with the fact that
that mission had selected the chairman to
repreeent them here ; he thought that their
chairman to-night was as great a man as
Lord Roberts with his troops under him in
South Africa. The speaker then referred to
the stand that Christianity was taking, and
how it embraced all classes of men. He was
followed by the Hon George Goodwillc who
spoke on the progress that the Presby
terian had made from disruption up to
the present day, when even now a meeting
was going on at Edinburgh, which he thought
was as great as that held in New York City
which the chairman spoke aloud. The Rev
btcrle U.S.H., gave a very interesting ad address
dress address on the work of Christianity in the Navy,
He referred to the recent appointment of a
Presbyterian Chaplain in the Portuguese
N.»vy by that Government, which he said
showed that people were beginning to leatn.
that there was as (food a doctrine in other
clenominations ; as in their owa established
church He next re'erred the " Young
Men's Christian Association" which was
started some years ago at Japan by an unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate sailor who lost his life when the U.B S.
3fi.»n was blown up in I avanna harbour;
but which had not like its founder perished.
Jhev had building in New Yoik, (qj

Christian seamen, which was the gift of one
lady and which costs ,£6,000, as well as other
buildings at Manilla, Cuba, Porto Rico, and
ail the seay>orts towns of the United States.
So that he thought that was good news for
them to hear of ’he work of Christianity in
the Navy
Rev Gammon was ! he last speaker, and the
proceedings terminated shortly after 9 o'clock
by a vote ci thanks to the chairman ; and the
benediction.
CURRENT EVEN 'B,
The Commander «f the United
State ship 4 Hartford ” now at
anchor in the gulf; paid a visit to
His Excellency at St Anns on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday last accompanied by his AD O.
The visit was returned yesterday by
Mr Diuiy Wake, Private Secretary to
the Governor We may mention
that the •* Hartford ” will be here
for fully twenty days awaiting the
arrival of the US S “ Buflalo which
is bringing out recruits to exchange
for trained met. The crew of the
“ Hartford ” have been recently
engaged at target practice in the gulf,
The mails received at the General
Post Office yesterday from the K MS
“ Esk,” amounted to 55 bags and 26
boxes
Complain's are now being made by
persons using the telephone of the
manner in which their calls are
answered at the exchange. An in instance
stance instance as to the foundation of some
of these complaints occurred in the
presence of one of our reporter at
the Public Library on Tuesday
evening last, when the exchange was
rung up six distinct times before any
answer could be obtained. The fault
wo have good reason to believe is not
due to any want of attention on the
purt of the stall', but to the very bad
state of many of the instruments.
The Chronicle of Demerara is re reaponsib
aponsib reaponsib e for the statement that Mr
Pelham Warner has decided to retire
from English cricket, and it further
states that according to advices from
England he contemplates sailing for
l outh Africa early in January, with
ibe object of practising at the Bar
either at Capetown or Johannesburg
The Barbadoes huVetin announces
that the Governor of that Colony has
received a despatch from the Secretary
of State for the Colonies informiag
him of the appointment of Mr William
Kegs worth Mercer of the Colonial
office to be one of the Crown Ageots
for the Colonies along with E E
Blake and Major M A Lameron K E,
,M G.
'Ve have been requested to announce
that the grand Concert to have been
given by the Hyndman Minstrel Com Company
pany Company on Friday night, has been una unavoidably
voidably unavoidably postponed to the evening ol
the 14th of December, on account of
the Princes Building being already
engaged for a Ball for the 30th,
Among the passengers who arrived
yesterday morning from > outhampton
was Mr W T Uawkes who left in the
afternoon for * uidnd Bolivar by the
s.a, Bolivar, Mr llawkes, who is well
known here, >s the travelling agent
for the lirm of Messrs fcholtield
Goodman and Sons ; and is travelling
in their interest.
A resident at Belle Kau Poad, Bel Belmont,
mont, Belmont, complained to us yesterday
morning of au obstruction which
occurred some days ago had not
been attended to up to yesterday
morning. lie says that c rtain
trees on the Belmont Crphanage
lands had been lopped, and the
branches have been allowed to remaru

on the right side of the road thereby
blocking the canal and obstructing
the passage of vehicles as well as
pedestrians.
Consequent on the return to the
Colony of Mr R M Routledge, City
Magistrate, Mr H P Hobson, who has
been his locum tmem for some time
will in a few days resume his duties
as Magistrate of Couva.
The Band Company of the C.L 8.,
was inspected last night at the
Church House by Lieutenant Colonel
8 I) Wood, C LB. ; the officers pre present
sent present being Major Bourne, M-jor and
Adjutant Morgan and Captain Holt
The boys were congratulated on the
improvements they had made during
the year.
A promenade concert will be given
at the Prince’s Building on Friday,
the 7th of December next; by the
members of the lere String Band
Union The concert will conclude
with dancing. A large number o£
invitations have been issued aud the
event promises to be a thorough
success. The lere Srring Band gained
first prize at the competition held
during the last Agricultural Exhibi Exhibition
tion Exhibition

The Liverpool steamer “ Yucatan’’
left yesterdry afternoon for La
Guayra, with 25 barrels starch, 35
bags sugar, 1 case hats and the
following passengers : Mr George
Gage Mi LMarcnado and 1 decker,
TO-DAY’S COURT LIST
Dr ago v Ortiz (motion), â– * mbard &
i'o v de Freitas. Hoadley â–¼ Graen Graenidge,
idge, Graenidge, Haley v Blakely, Bctrand v
Toussaint, Lee Lum & 00. v Evelyn,
Haley & Co v Hendrickson, Haley it-
Co. v Sheffield, Iloadiey v Kenny,
Gordon Grant & Co v Prizgar, Hoad Hoadley
ley Hoadley v Oliveira, Queen's Park Hotel v
(‘roissard, Marquez v Marcano, Wil Wilson
son Wilson v Youog (Judgment Summonses.*
OOHtitiN l
Nsw Yelk. November 28:h
Four City Mills lor tbs
Wo* Indio per barrel $4,00
.Msai, Kilodrfod 225 to 2 35
New Seaton’s Pork ..13) to 13
Heavy Meet Folk ~ ~12 to 12)
{Crystal* per lb.. 43 8
Fair to Coe*
Kefinlna* 3 7-8
English Itlands Mciaasr*
per gall on
rsmiuni on Gold
**nheng« New Toi> i
bonder 4 81) to |
Lenden, November 28th
f Darner ara Ovy»
i telsewt .. 14/0 tc 15,0
ceea*{ Mosoovado p e"t 11 8 to 12/3
1 German Beet
1 oio f.o.r ... . 0/0
Oemerare ßnra per |td ’ ?) to 1/10
Trinidad Coeon Good
Middling Bed per cw* 72/
onsets ts Interest 98 9-10
B >t>k of England >ei« at
Citronct ... 4 pe- t«n|
Jar a Q o|si 00 per sent
nil r&itkt or Channel lo>
vdtss, fleeting terra*
(.«» rwt 129
* u* t«»rent, Bsuta*
I' .. ..100 56
•A* (to grede of • Fair to Good
f< hub j” i« i< w (beoifte. it ie nr.lerj
s eed ttat this quotation appliee to
Mu(c< va<\- 89 » Us." Inst, ad
COMaIBBCIAL NOTES.
We have been requeated by Mr
Henderson to state that on Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning next, the let of
December will commence the al already
ready already advertised grand realizing sale
of Robert Henderson, the‘Boot Maker’
of No 14 Frederick Street; and he
would strongly advise ail who deerrp to

W C. ROSS & COY,
Have now opened ali their usual suDply of Good things for the
SaASCIN.
Y-’ik Hams, Obea*e, Goa la Obaose, H qaafoit Obsess, Osmembsrt Ohm,
Mortm?el|.i SMjeogts, Hieruif*. Jukes Jama. Biiains, Fig’, Grapaa. P Ohocf.l ite, Preach B ;nb ioa. Plum Puddios, Fruit* in Syrup Aa*nftod
"yrups, L-q iaa-s, Win**, Qb-unpegoo ; M ot and Chaudou, Wbita SU:, V«n
Cl'q'if t £o:
Conserves Alimentaires frrin the well known houses of Messrs
Kodel Fils & Philippe A Canaud.
r«t6 do Gvirea Trnffs Pa*ia in F in* Gra* Truflf*, P.te Bfciaes Tiofi), P»kd*
P'usiers Truff.*, Pate da P-t- Gras T off*, SiaVsjes Truff* Kpluchurea de Truffs*, Petit Pousu Bean*. Palit Po*»
Fin i &o„ &
Fee car Patriotic Boxeo of Ohoo latea, f! mar FnrprigePafk**#*
Xmas Cards, S*nta Claus S ock*Dgs an-i FANCY BABETB- A Spesiallty
W. C. BOSS & CO.
GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
AMD OUTFITTER.
I tate the present opportunity friends and patrons for their past support and beg to J
have just received my supplies ol
Xmas Goods
Which consist of, NEWEST B’J TLBS ‘jj I’** 1 ’**
ing markets in Europe and America. My Btoo
Gent’s Silk, Felt & Straw m
I
Sre the largest and best assortment that h “ (TLplj.
oflered to'the Trinidad PubUo. tam well known lor W>
ing the new e. t styles in
Gentlemen's Ties and Collar
i Va‘la’go
• nd have just opened a new assortment
of dent's White and Colored Bbirts, Underwear
My R«ady*m<»d« o^,
stooked and is under the charge of an P® * e
All Garments bought *re guaranteed to fit u
and atha'f the prioe charged by Tailoring f or gott**»J
The Ladies’ and Children have notjxen j'ffi
have aleo reoeived a new and select Assort siij*
r hitdrrn's SAILOR HATX-uew OjUg,
Hat Bands of every description AH » *
prices to suit the times, my system of bn
cash, M
You are invited to call and inspect my
value that is being offered. taf
WATERMAI
7h i Hatter A Outfitter, J
11, FBBDErtiCK b£ iiSt



SEE 008 SPECIAL LIEES OF
Alpine Felt Hats
At 480 op,

The Latest Novelties for Men
ARE FOUND AT
Goodwille & Wil on.
The '■ RANFURLY,” ; the latest in Ties, Oxford Ties, Derby Ties, Bows, PYJAMAS—Coloured Striped
Cellular, Silk Oxford—a new material. Silk, Oxford, Flannelette from size 36 to 44 and at best possible
.;;:'WU values, BLACK DRESS SASHES SASHESkItoj
kItoj SASHESkItoj Bolts, folia* Utah gold, silver aid pearl,
CYCLING HOSE, Lisle Thread Books, New Zephyr Shirts, Lisle Thread Undershirts.
BOYS WHITE NAVAL SUITS
with Coloured Braided Collars, Boys’ White Norfolk Suits, Tweed Norfolk Suits.

What is it ?
Only this.
THAT
Masrrxv: x kr*s
Have just received another a\->e shipment of
Xmas Goods
Comprising many aii-'-»bie liras for
GENTLEMEN’S WEAR
That swell Baity youL had last Chr'atrm >v .« b-.-ught at
METIVIER’S
That up-to-date Collar and Tie were Iso bought at
METIVIEB’S.
You had your choice of |a tthirl from a 'vr »e variety of
kinds that were displayed at METIVIER’S.
Ihat Hat with stylish band that you w r Vo the races
was also bought at METIVIER’S.
We could mention scores of pie.a l l Customers who buy their
holiday attire from M ETIVIER'S,
We can please more if you will only /e us the opportunity. Our
LMortment is large and varied this seaso i, md we will esteem it a favour
i) you will afford us the pleasure of pinch) * * u ou the list of our satisfied
•ust outers.
J R METIVIER & Co.
King Street. La Favobita.
h ait flepestea not, io forget
THAT
Saturday Ist December
IS THE COMMENCEMENT OF MY
SALE OF BOOTS * SHOES
|p* â– 
80 CHEAP BOBBISH, NO OLD STOCK-
But all fine and freßh Goods which must be oleared by the
of the month. Call to-day and inspeot the Bargains at
Robert Henderson
THE BOOTMAN (Opp- site Skeoch A Co )
Don’t Mistake my Addrsss.
THE BEST OF WINES
Bjaxtsztco-
C) THK GREAT HFiLTH RESTORER-
O prepared tot to valid, aod lovara of pate wioe by a—
J. Chaiuheau A 00, of Bordeaux.
£3 recommended by the medical profession-^
be obtained retail from the priooipal stores; and wholesale
from agents for Venezuela A W. Indies,
*IQ M J. TAITRRT. Ah fin. Corner of King A Charlotte Bt.
At San Fo'-na/ido, from L W BONYUN A 00.
§OLIN3a NVSa

THE FORT Os S’*AIN GAZETTE THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 29 Ikon

CALEDONIAN HOUSE.
*

take advantage of the smallest bar bargains
gains bargains offered, to attend early. Ihe
whole of the large stock of imported
Boots and Shoes will be sold out, at
prices far below cost; the object being
to enable Mr Henderson, as from the
ltt January to change the nature of
his business from that of an importer
to that of a manufacturer of Boots
and Shoes. To provide the extra
floor spuce requisite for the additional
plant and machinery for this purpose,
the whole stock of manufactured
goods, valued at SIO,OOO, will be
offered for sale at surprisingly low
rates ; and this sale includes the large
and handsome shipment*) of boot# and
shoes specially imported for the
Christmas trade
Messrs Smith Bros, of the
Bonouza have just received one of the
largest shipments of hardware galva galvanized
nized galvanized roofing and ridging ever re received
ceived received in this colony,
CORRESPONDENCE
TO TUB SDITOK Or TUB 1 POBT-QF-BFAIN
gazsttb”
Dear Sir.—ls yon will excuse mo for
Buying so, I think you a»o mistake
in contending that the plea cf res judi
cata was nevsr tailed in the oet« of
Pa;k v McOall a"dl Oo erd otFcru
Tb» question wa* r,rt;«ed on both siefis;
and »e <\ matter of fact, eiu' tel for the
defendant in answer to Mr. Justice
Be ynes admitted that the whole of the
argument on that part cf the
onse was in efLct a plea of it* judicata
Thu fact that the me it of the case was
iuhy diaonesed, uoes not initiate in the
lea., with the view that vn«? plea of
re* judicata was raised and the oa*« de decided
cided decided on that point, All oases of ret
judicata are not as simple as that which
1 stated in any first letter. Some
re:j p ints arise, and tbi* was
on*> of them. You must fiiet se'tle that
a plan of ret judicata is good before
declining to oonsider the merits cf a
cate, if (ha plaintiffs succeeded in
shewing that they were not tffectad by
the judgment of tha Oou't cf Arpeai of
18Ha, was bad, they bad still So show
thut tho entry lr> the dporee bock ts
T- tigc, did not constitute a judgement.
It v> as because tha parties disputed the
validity of the plea of ret judicata and
beouuee the conrt was not prepared to
deoide the qnsstiou cff band, ts ifc .be
mulls of the cse w*a discussed.
If you refer to the judgment of Bis
H iioui the Chief JusHoe, ;ou will Bud
that after be had dealt with the merits
of the case and came to consider the
effect of the judgment cf the Court cf
Appeal of 1698, he stated that all be
had said up to hen, waa strickle speak speaking
ing speaking unnecessary ; why ; because be had
o-me tr.tbe oonolucion that Park and 0«.
were affected by the decision of 1898,
although they were not parties And
at the end of his judgment, Hi« Honour
said that he thought Park and Go waa
ib.eervii gos some consideration at the
bards ot Lytch and Go (one cf the de defendants),
fendants), defendants), that he had tried to give effect
to this sentiment, hot at every turn he
w a confronted with the decision cf the
C urt cf Appeal i f 1898. To me, at ary
rate, If is clear that His Honour r>«v«r
adverted to any legal principle
which may have lean laid down by tbs
Court of Appeal In 18F8. If jon still
differ frem me. at any rate, we muat
agree on one point viz, that if the
Ccurt cf Appeal of 1900. ia to be honed
hy its previous decisions, it is essential
t »t there should be a proper reoord cf
l Lem
With legitd to my surprise at your
statement (hat the Privy 0> ucoii “ia
not unfuqueotly influenced by po iti itical
cal itical coi alterations, I moat oaths* it Is
lu no way diminished by your remarks
The Judical Committee of the Privy
UcuncU Is oorsti uted in very much tbs
tsme way as any other Ocurt of Justice
It is not every member of the Privv
Ccuoci! who is allowed to adju lioate on
cstos coming before it, any more than
it is every member of the House of
Ixids who may eit iu tha House of Lords
as a Court of Appeal A Lord must have
a specific legal qoa.ifioa|lon and than
the judges who bear appeals from the
ooloniet are specially appointed foi Uut
purpose Needles# to say they are

trained iawyers and often enough, men
«'»o have tat on the Bench in (ha Divi
si r tii Ocu-ts It ia net ihe efore in (be
c catiintion of tho Privy Ccunoil that
we a-e tc fiod (he reason why their Judges
* -'Should he Influenced by political ooc ooceratiop
eratiop ooceratiop " Aa a matter cf fact, most mostof
of mostof th© ju *ge» whn -j, )h,. p n aa 0 f
Lords also sit in the Privy GounHl, and I
can hardly think it is ti e atmosphere o
h:« Hall of Justice in tho P.-iry Gonn
oil wbioh imbues ibo lean ed Lords who
:i. therewith, “ poli ioal ooralde.-a ooralde.-a-io
io ooralde.-a-io b " “The PrivyG unoli ”yen say.
i. sometimes oompeiled to mak r > the law
it, niitiy matters euhmPted to ifa die -
cuftif'i ,” Yon may put it in that way
ir y> u itc; but after fill it is precisely
wiivt t»e;y other oenrt is forced to do,
M «t rl cur common law is m*de np
iy the judges Bo mo prefer (o say that
buy do ; ut make it, but simply tell you
w*-wt it fi. To my mind, there is no
oi precifibla differecse, Th* judges of
Fuvy GciicoU may often enough have
o deoioe a qneaticn in whioh Ihe prin
opes cf Roman-Dutoh law, or Frenob
'»«• cr Indian law are invoived ; this
muy m ke their work more difficult
u tine y it is not sor 1 * political ln»
ilu tees or potitioal cootideraiions.” I do
n * eo that O’Utnnal.’fl case ia in pcin't,
so i*r as I am a vare, O’Oocaell was
iei her a whig nor a to.y. TLe qaestiota
frr the H use of Lords to deoide In
hp.t c«si, were purely questions of r .»•
O'" Ute >nd of evidence. Apart om
th.t, admitting that a judgoct the
i'.ivy Gouneii or tha House of Lords
m i be itfiuaoced eemowhat by his
P itfual opinions, ire muat r.otforget that
the jn g-s of any ittaer oourt cf jnstioe
ate equally human,
SOL.
MEN OF THE COLONY.
10 XHB EDITOR OF THB “ tCST-o#.aPAn»
GAZBTTH.”
Bir, —Will you be good enough to in inform
form inform me what h«B become of Wright Wrightson's
son's Wrightson's oorner near the Labaaae. over
whioh so much made, meetings
held, and violent speeches made, in
whioh we were told by the most prom'*
cent, thiit wa would all die of Oholera
It rtrikts me very forcibly that after all
Mr. Wtljhtson was ptufeotly right in the
Wink be did, Jot it Is cfcvh u- that not a
word hi a been said since a couple of
years, about (any smell arising from that
oorcer, and no one has yet died o f
Lbciuri*. I sh. 11 fell obl.jMl to get yonr
opinion in this matter
i subscribe myself,
ENQUIRER,
Asa matter of fact, we have never
beard aoy ormplaint made abent the
smed emreating frem tho orrnor re refetrod
fetrod refetrod to. either in the press or other otherwire.
wire. otherwire. We mun| then-fore ocme to the
same conclusion as cur correspondent,
tbr.t Mr Wrights- n ckinkh g corner
etfits no tnote~Ed. -‘ Gazette.”
CITY POLICE COURT.
(Before Mr, H. r. Hobson S.J.l 1 )
Wednesday,
OBSTRUCTION,
Francis Duncan ,was charged by Sergeant
Nightengale with causing an obstruction on
Sunday laU at Columbus Square The
defendant waa hoed its tid or 7 days
ASSAULT,
Sophia Harrison was charged by Lewis
I- ernandcz with assaulting and beating him
sometime last week at New Town There
was a cross charge for the same offence and
the parties were represented respectively by
Messrs J Wilson and J J Harper Both
parties were fined fUs or 7 days
A Wtia’S OkIXYANCKS
Joseph Ncblet was charged by his wife
Rebecca Neblct with failing to maintain her herself
self herself and two children This charge bad been
previously brought by the complainant, but
at the suggestion of tire defendant and with
complainant’s consent, His Worship had
postponed the case in order for the parties to
make up their grievance On the last occasion
both parties felt the Court apparently the
best of friends, »nd the defendant was heard
to use most endearing words to his t'ten
“ dear wife” Tiic complainant in supp ort
of the charge, now stated that as soon as ter
husband left the Court bis endearing wt'-xfs
ceased and she had not seen him since
Defendant lin uo&s csammaUon) —Wile,
didn’t I meet you at the corner of Bones Road
fat. week ans most humble asked you to
return home with me.
Wife: Who me i haven't even seen yon.
A witness by the name of Mary Jane was
cited, and uepceed to having heard the do
lendaut itli his ' lie that .hehad better sta^

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where she was as he had someone else In the
house, and there was no room for two.
The defendant dented this, stating that
he had met his wile and most humbly
asked hei to return home ; as he might
take In sick In the night and had uo one to
do anything for b>»",
At the conclusion of ihe case an order for
payment of (0 per month waa mado
against the defendant, who exclaimed
11 what Ur 1 Well believe me I haven’t as
much as to give me a half loaf of bread
when the day 00-.ne, and how 1 going pay
9G a month."
BREACH OF CUSTOMS REGULATIONS.
A Vei'osuaicu by tho aame cf Uomacho,
was charged by Mr Robert Muir of tho
Gi/.stome, with importing dutiable goods
Ir.-.to the Oolony, and haviug failed to ack acknowledge
nowledge acknowledge possession thereof, Mr E B Pol Pollard
lard Pollard appeared for the defence and stated
that the oase was a hige mistake, as the
ohlet witness Mr Clarke cad attempted to I
speak a language (Spanish) which he did
not understand. The proeeouted was oon oonduoted
duoted oonduoted by Mr AD i* O’Oonnos Grown
Bolloitor,
The first witness called waß Mr Bamucl
Olarke, Customs Ofiioor, who stated tha. he
visited the defendant’s ship on the 19th
Instant in the Gulf of Farit, In oompauy
with boatman Armstrong and Wlttley, He
enquired of the defendant in bpaniab
whether he bad revolvers, guns, tobaooo,
cigars or anything liable to auiy, and
he rsplled that he had about -5U cigars for
his men and himself, He produced the
oigan and said they were all he had on
board- A search was then made lu the
Cabin and at the bottom ci a bundle of old
olothes, boatman Armstrong found Cigars
tied np In the legs of a pair oi o’d pants.
The oaptaln’s attention was drawn to the
disoovary and he was asked whether he hud
anymore, Ue shook his head and replied
In the negative, Another search was made
and four more bundles were found, While
leaving the schooner the defendant told him
ohat they were eight men on board and eaoh
had about 50 olgars. Altogether they found
‘MiQ olgars in different bundles; and they
were proceeding under Ordinance d oi 1000
foi the reoovery of triple the duty oc three
and a quarter pounds ol tobaooo—which
was over the limited quantity,
A dooument signed by tho Governor,
authorising the proseoutlon for the recovery
of triple the duty at the r»*.i ol 15s pe: lb„
was produced
Mr Pollard objected to this, on the grounds,
first j that it was not provideu .or in the
Ordinance 2of 1900, and secondly, that it
was not a document provided lor by Docu Documentary
mentary Documentary Ordinance 9ot 02.
These objections were over-ruled ; His
Worship having he’.d that the signature of
the Governor to the document made it an
ofh.-ial order ; it having been approved by
him The objections were noted.
The witness was then rigidly cross crossexamined
examined crossexamined by Mr Pollard with a view to shew shewing
ing shewing the extent of his knowledge of the
Spanirh language, and failed to undertand
soma questions put to him in Spanish, r fter
the cr >ss-cxauiination, the witness in reply to
Mr Pollard, maintained that the defendant
unde Rood all the question put to him at
the time ol his (the witnesses’ visit to the
sloo ,
T-e further hearing was adjourned to
Satvrday morning at nine o’clock.

THE
HIGH STREET STRUGGLE.
A PRESSMAN BRUTALLY BiiATEN-
Mistaken for the Author of
the Cuttle Criticisms.
Tub followiug is allpped frem a
Dumber oi the Weekly Itecordtr of
Barbados#, ana will bo road with
lotereat here, where it i# probable
many periona here have lODg ex expeoted
peoted expeoted i.ouaa #a#b result to ensue
from "Noiea and Qaeiiea" pub published
lished published weekly in the Globe
A boat 8 o’clock on Monday morn morntag
tag morntag High street and the neighboorlng
thoroughfares weri thrown into wild
exoitement by a disturbance whioh
toe k plaoe on the first mentioned
highway. Briefly put, the facta are
a# follow# ; Mr J Wycfred Gibbons,
the Manager of the Glob „ newspaper
was pissing through High street on
bia way to the rffice where the Globe
fe published, when, on nearing
Virtoria street, be waa cet upon,
oo) ared and moat brutally culled
about the face and body by one
Ohilrrd Drakes, a milohcciin In tho
employ of Mr Hark; Ciarutt- Ike

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AH new styles with fancy or plain band,

affair baa created quite a peneation
and baa absorbed public ii teres* to
the exolufeioD cfaiidso during the
week.
I* appears ftrm the a*f»‘-emun!B
made iu the p lice c< tir, v.here the
matter w»8 cvui tufy throbbed ou*,
that Drake*’ aesault un Mr (i bbjob
was the outc: ms <>i a paragraph
which appeared in ha Glvbf't issue
of Friday, 16 U ins' am uuiUr Hie
oapticn ot " hotea arm Queries " by
Captain Cuttle jar, i.nd wbiob
paragraph D. k.s (bought an
losuit to bis ton 3 er, oaiiing for
etmoign punishmtur m us amber
whom be suppose* ligbUy or
wrongly to be M J. W Gibbous.
When ihe diß urbauoe v,ua at he
height, potioe Oaueinblea Charles
Bbndifotd and Gibba lutned up it*
answer >o a telephone BUUimons aud
succeeded wi.h great difficulty in
arresting Di&kef, who wt s iaier on
placed before Ms aawr.g Magistrate
Sleekier end oba-p.id w.tb making r,
disturbance in High street on the
s«r»e attic by fighting.
Mr Gibbons represented iu the
polioe court by Mr iohoiior Bynoe,
while Disked was dt tinned by Mr
Goodman, Solid r-UoueraJ.
Deteudunt D *k.r-, wco was
brought up on two u jQts -ona of
talking u dhttuu ;.ucti and the other
of ffgbiiug—pit-dtd “ guuty " to
both obutger, but ou th* aurioc of
his counsel, and with the permission
of opposing o r "t ael, be wiihdiew the
plea cf ‘ gut y ” with respect to the
charge of “ light ng” and substituted
one cf ** not guilty.”
Gumplainaut for the disturbance
deposeu • This morning P C Gibbs
and I were sent from the Central
Station to High street. When I
go. there 1 saw a Uigu mob; iu the
mob was present defeudaut In a
lighting auliudi. * o was chal challenging
lenging challenging seme uut* in LoherPs store
to oonie iulo toe street to tight.
1 then arreeted him to prerent a
further breach of the poaoe. There
was a large orowu anti tr&fiio was
obstructed.
Samuel GUrke, cleik, deposed; 1
was at wutk in Mr The mas Herbert’s
(late Mr Robert’*), High street,
when I heard Gibbons’ voice, lie
was shoaling, “ Man ! why don't you
allow mo to prooeed are you striking me lot ?’’ I looked
out aud then saw defendant cutting
Gibbons. The tatter was euiireiy
btipiess andwas simply trying to bold
ibs defendant ttf nn , while defend defendant
ant defendant ouffed him iu his nbs aud about
his faoe. This continued for about
2 j minutes. Two men came to Gib Gibbons’
bons’ Gibbons’ rescue and tried to puli
defendant off him bat defen defendant
dant defendant atuok to him like grim death
and refused to let him go, One ol
these was Fitz.Hcrbert King. These
did not laooecd in separating them,
A third mau, a porter irom James
ii. Innis, then acme and being a
stronger man was able to pall off ae aeteadant.
teadant. aeteadant. I then took Gibb u us into
Mr. Herbert's store. Defendant was
still ferocious like a lion eager (or
hie prey, or like a bear ru* bed of his
whjips. Id the meantime a great
meb colleoted in the street. Defen Defendant
dant Defendant told the people they were fools;
to let him go aad beat the mac.
Si a«body then telephoned for a
pt iceman and two oume ; one of
it aa w&i the complainant After the
po.nemen oame defendant went on
wiihoat resistance only saying not
to push him. To me it appeared
that defendant's conduot was un unnr.tura!
nr.tura! unnr.tura! and without provocation.
Mr. Wynfred Gibbons, complaf complafn&ut
n&ut complafn&ut against defendant for tha
at suit, was next called and both ha
at i his witnesses having been sworn,
deposed : This morning atooat 8.10
1 vvab ocming down High street. I
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6

Aa I tamed to go down 81
I law defendant etanding with hi*
bands In bis pockets loiterles? ai *ha
corner I said notbjog to h'oo or ha
As I got abreast of him he
siezed me by my phirt besom and
at rack me In ray face once or twioa
I asked him “What be mean* by
It” He told me that 1 was he conn
he was looking for I hold him by
bis shirt and tried to keep him at
arm’s length while he oontinaed
pottnding away upon mo as fast as
he oonld—on my face «ma and
body It was some minutes before
anyone oamo I never struck b!io at
all The witness King then o*»ma
up to my assistance find LinupTy
and others dragged him ant .Defendant got away from lb' m, and o*me
back, gssve me another cuff on my
faoe, one on my meutb, bursting is,
and one on my jaw, wbiah oauecd a
contusion. My eye whs swollen and
my mouth bled. Some of the oierks
at Herbert’s dragged me in tbe»e
while the prisoner remained ..outside
challenging me to oome cut De Defendant
fendant Defendant was there about u.*nty
minutes A large crowd assembled
in the siree* and a olerk at EdghihV,
at the corner of Roebuck ritrret,
came from there and telephoned for
8 policeman. I know the defendant
by sight only, I have never had any
business taaosaolions wlib defendant
I have never spoken to him ai aoy
time Defendant gave me several blows
about my hody and faoe. Defendant’s
aonduor. to me was very ferooious ai d
I belitve bis obj'soi was to inflict
some personal injury upon me and
to carry out gome design. I gland
very much in fear of the prisoner and
be!i/8 that be will do me some bodi bodily
ly bodily injury.
Mr Gibbons wi>s now subjected to
a severe oross-exim nation ui tao
hands of „tbn i4oHoUor-Gener»i, who
tried to pr-vefl) tb *t Mr G;bboo«
was well aware of tbo ’enson why
Drakes hid beaten him ; ( n this the
counsel fer tbe defrnoe wa: 3 on* suc successful)
cessful) successful) and (2j th»t an Mr Gibbon?
wag M*n»g»r of the Globe its she
absence of Hs proprietor, Mr Dillon
ha (Gibbous) was responsible fir all
that appeared in the newspaper.
(The BolioUor-Gonorai on this head
too, failed to extort incriminatory
admissions from proseoutor.)
TllK DHKBNCK.
For tba defence Mr. Bdrio Olarett,
of tbe Registrar’s Offiie w*> called
and deposed that be knew She dt dtfeud&nt,
feud&nt, dtfeud&nt, wha bad been In his cm cmploymen*
ploymen* cmploymen* for five or gix yoars, He
could read and write. He bad seen
him reading newspapers. Ha took
an inte r ftßt in ail that was gcu g n.
Witness bought tbe “ Globe ” news newspaper
paper newspaper aomelimes He nad a eery of
tbe issue of the JGth November last
He had read tho p'ir».graph df-aiing
wish Ibe stiee* of high repute put in
and marked “A." “Hal 1 ' wag a
nicknrno f r bis briber Ifarcli wlu,
was at !be Pott Ohio • H i wo* of
opinion that it raierred to I m and
a lady who lived in Hgh ninei,
opposite the Post Gffiae. li>a
brother Hal was delioa'e
In afossxtxamlaalicn Mr Bynoe
asked wimess whether his brother
and himself, afl rta king over he
paragraph, had decided on any
course rs ao-ion but tbo qaetlio’i
was over ruled by the Gcurt, after
Mr OUrett bad prc-tiy plainly inti
mated to counsel that n was none of
bis bu*ine.,a.
M? Goodman, addressing * ho Court
submitted 'bat although a technical
assault bad beer* commi ted, bu*
little force could been used
iookiig t«> th" evidf nef , *her. t re it
was no* a o.se calling lor rhs itnpr itnprfition
fition itnprfition of a heavy doe, under any otr
OUGD»tanoe9. But tbe assault was
iba outcome es tb" paragraph in the
*'Glebt," for if tb»» had not been
writ;tn, it wju d nt â–¼ i- h ive oeouru.d
Tbe articles by “ Cepi Quale ” ap.
pearing in 'he “ Glebe ” were all
•cu r lleus, and nom> ot lh> other
papers of tb’» island on'ained *ooh
paragraphs. The head ot the office
from which such a paper cmacated
must expeot that those v boso loci locilogs
logs locilogs he hurt would writhe, and at
some time or other would tesem or.
his psrg >n tbe injury douo to tbmr
feelings, Mr Gibbons, who was the
head of tho “ ti'cbe ” office bad said
that when communications were sent
to him, ali be did was to diaoover
wbe.hor they name from the pn p<,r
source ; he did not take tbe trouble
to ascertain whet bar the oommuu.-
aations themselves ware piop.>-. One
would think bat a p-mon in tis
position would not s»ate a rap f-ern
what source a com man leaden cam:
aa long as tbe c cinuitio lion
was a fit one to l unbU*h d Bur
the order ol lbin,.« w»s raeervtd a 1
tbe “Globe.” i‘r c u t* oou’d
have been taken agonal bun in *
COQrt of law for tie puagraph in
question. But setl-help w.e tbo pr : .
rnilive mode of help and the cne out
frequently tslen advantage of. I.
was nt t BDOomm.u. for a man vcb
bed ben ir ju e ibe office, os Her the ehor anti ih’
bim a hc»> w q>plng. ln< . • . h
had beard es i t v'n h *i. ii in
this irand. If ala .it rt. >
b m a ; ..
he wru’d go to ’bo “ Glr. ’*. itio
w*lk upstairs, and f.J, forth. m,
wfio was res ctaible. M- Ghbcn
wyu'o, of i •*, or,me forwa'd, «>;
jprjg.wu -

THE FOBS OF FAIN GAZETTE iTiUI SDAf! NOVEMBER 2d, IsOO

well, be did not know wbat course be
should pursue—
His Worship (smiling): \t any
rMe, itwoufl he a oaraf lone, yen
being a lawyer.
Counsel: I am not sure ibst 1
would be a careful one from astrioßy
legal point of view. We dâ– * some sometimes
times sometimes ouietrip our legal ri»bsp, but
when we do so from great provoca provocation
tion provocation and are brought before tbe
Court, the Court takes that fact inio
consideration
'ontr 'ilng bis argument. Counsel
said tb he defendant, on reading
tba par*, r&pb knew that his master
Mr Harold Clarett, was the person
*beri> r i'erred to as ‘ Hal.’’ and no
pers.in on rrading it oould come :o
*ny o bnr oonoluslon than that it was
iaten ed to hold up the perpoosre perpoosrefetred
fetred perpoosrefetred to to public contempt Bnd
ridicule—ibfs parogsrpb io this dirty
rag (bolding t p the pappf) whloh was
called the ‘ Glebe ! the only tri-week tri-weekly
ly tri-weekly pap?r published in tbe island ”
tiiank God! Tbe dffind&nt who
bad been a servant in the Clatetl
family for a long fime, took a great
interest, st bid been p oved, in 'be
news of tb * lal»nd and w-is fond of
reading ii? newspaper No doubt
he cot th i copy of the “ Glebe ’’
which Mr dare.t bad taken home,
aod read the paragraph in question
Ho bad retd ti most glib ! y to bim
(Caunsei) that morning, laying em emphasis
phasis emphasis where it ought to be laid
And hearing Meßara Qlareit talking
about the matter, he must have
thought how disgraceful it was, and
determined to take his maater’« part.
His action in going to the office
showed that his intention was to get
at the person who bad wounded his
mista’s feelings. After reviewing
the evidence on Ibis point, and the
d< feodam’a eudarquca-a'ti ck on the
oomplatnaDt, (' :ur s- i said it wts trne,
ibe defendant htd ccmmiUed an
assault, bnt in a sense, bis conduct
ccmmenutd itself to him (Counsel).
In a t ense he was a public avengt r,
and it had oocurred to him (Counsel)
ih*t some kind of t.abeoription list
should be opened for him. Hi
(Couch :') would be the first to rub rubsoribe.
soribe. rubsoribe. In law, they knew that a
master eou d ictervena on behalf of
his servant when the latter was
assaulted, rrd v\c« vena ; and al«
tbaugn in ihi case tbe defendant’s
master’s person bad not been bur*,
yet his feelings had been.
The defendant’s conduct in tak taking
ing taking up tbe cudgels on hts
Master’s behalf ought to be com commended,
mended, commended, and he (Counsel) did not
think a penny would be too small a
flee t > impose on him, as the inference
from the imposition of a heavy fine
would be that Hts Worship approved
es the patsgraph appearing in the
Globe No right, thinking individual
in tbisoonmnotty could aay otherwise,
than that the Globe well he (Coun (Counsel)
sel) (Counsel) whs afrsid of usirg too strong lan language.
guage. language. bu>—that it could not- be worse-
The Globe uewspsper was a scourge to
this community. It was certainly a
mos dirty, nveerabla ri;g, and its sdo
object seemed to be to spread broad broadcast
cast broadcast things to hurt people’s
f-olicgs. Counsel had never seen
sny thing in” Capt Cuttle’’ in
favour of anybooy, and the fine
imposed in this ease onght to b*?
the smallest coin known to the realm.
Referring to tbe dblurbaneo case,
Counsel submitted that defendant
Ought not to have been arrested,
because, aoccrling to the evidence,
no disturbance was goinK ns,, nor was
one imminent wtieu the arrest «as
.ciido and toe defendant having thus
been in prison lor \he lass seven bouts-
U s Worship fc.‘.ould not fiae him in
this care a', ad.

Hi* Warship baric? s*|J bo fi'd n '
wish t i hour M . Byrne, Tbs a?e
am ply t > »f aka sppiioati m* that «■«••
fendao , in a I i'.ioo to the [UtUbm# t
â–  reposed upon ldm lw> called uscti t
fiud ruretles to k‘op the peace ’.ow.ir' «
the* comp 1 ■**''*■ Ihe h«? ; osr aw m th**. h
f■* v • ilnfo C\ ir vc old tVj liica » me
bodily irjary. His Wo-ship 6 ed tic
f»»m ! ent. 6* payable in three days for .
dlsturb-nco As refaul the other Co'*e,
if "efon 'ai;t h d bi-ee ib* c U .•
e;*td i" the paper. th*ft» Vs .1)1 ! hav* I'OtJ
« in > j>utifia«Uon Lrhi* action. But he*
(His W< rship) di s no? consider that ci e
person should ho allows i to take up th thcause
cause thcause ci cthe’s aud pr otiosity brlt g
about »y< oh-law in Barbados. I) that
case nobody would be safe. He did ro
wish » 1 tend defendant to p*'». D tut
would order him to p»? the mm cf £5
ioohidtrif costs, forthwith in de'sult tw.
month’s imprisonment with hard labi m.
He also th ugh* tha c mat laloant was
justified in nkh g the’ defendant be
bound ofM to keep hie pe*o«, and or.
•‘ere ( | him te en’ff into a bold of £'o
t kep the peace tot one month Hi*
Worship acoepted M’. fßdrio Olarett ns
d«f#*. st' ’• mrety. 0 Isodart (»t« nr
t inn of appeal in assault. Q tse
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o Gent’s Keyless leuutlfQlly rh»*ed
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SPECIAL NOTICE,
Wk have been asked by numerous
friends and patrons toccn inne for one
week more, our special bargain week
sale, so as to give them a chance for
iheir Xmas purchases Well, every
one can form an idea wbat that means
about this time of the month, Cash
is a bit short and the bargains so
lempfinq that those so nntortuna e to
be a bit abort of means turn them
back with sad regret at the chances
they have lost and as a natural con consequence
sequence consequence (human nature ali over)
return an ask ue to extend our sale
for one week more. Well it is not
Policy on our part to do eo but ts
Xmas is near—>nd as we would like
every one of out Customers (Rich and
Poor alike) to enjoy a M-rry Xmas
and a Happy flew Year, we have
decided to do so, Oa the front psge
rou will see a small list of some of
ou* offering. Don’t forget you can
buy Turpentine. Varnish, Paints, etc,,
cheap at The “ Herald” George de
Gama & Co. 6 Frederick Street and
our Branch Store
KITCHENER’S RECoNCENT BA
DOi POLICY,
The very best atep to put » stop to
>ht> I isi a war *s - f.w by tho
B. ers i» tbe t-tep Kt?c h enor is now
taking to compel the people to forsake
the smaller towns that shelter only
clssatfsUction end mutiny, snito starve
'he enemy into sut'euder. The Eclipse
Bicycle is tbo very le t possible inea n s
of preventing aa active auemy frem
elu i'nj British treeps. Tho-e will be no
getting away from the Eo ipae down to
Icuih African glades. The Euflpse is
she wheel to ride. 0.-ly at the (Perno (Pernopotitan—Advt
potitan—Advt (Pernopotitan—Advt
JOIN OUR WATCH CLUB.
J in cur watch Club to d»y, Oae
Rbtl iog per week for ttdrly wrtks—and
some- o- u will get his w»t h for only one
shilling, Only at The < 'ctmopoiitan
Advt.
FORETHOUGHT
Over three thousand six hundred
(3 600) claims have been paid in
Trinidad by the Sunbeam Benefit
Boolety Limited.
The result of forethought is ap apparent
parent apparent These wfao have not taktD
advantage of suob proteotion should
oonsuit tbe Soeiety’s table of rales.
Persons residing In any part of the
Island who may desire inlormaUoD,
are invited to wrile for tnu fiooiety'H
prospeoics.
Afonis sre rtquired in districts at
present unrepresented,
’en oaleoid s.itajoofl uqt io}
Ijvo eijiAi -ooufijodmj Saturn
•B4sd jo si euo siqt pus ‘gj, ut jo
dn Opt ra ej aj;rj sansaa djqspavq
aajViiS ( ;isa ‘uoddvq qivop
—Su.s-.« q -'{qajjiaA * s; pjq Aiojojjj
tg3ui,{ eqs a; Aopod
« Aq p iprojja aouoajoid oq» euo
a« qota 'emoouj puv juaraio 4 T
-an -so; saean] %\ A k qias.d Ai-;.\
» np.ooe .(Oj ranoo,ua ao ‘ssaaqi
iq,Sus; e Aq aa.'jvMSao a-iua „ fay
L jjtu , aq? 4oj bi«j{op t& aj e£q iJa;<
-jui tu-3AO4d bdmoojj ptaraji esoqai
aaosisd j-j Uupqsoct oqt saqjioaap
iyapq 'ttaiqvads A|9A|sii4nlig‘siqx

RiAoa aaisafl
ARTISTIC.
It is well to know, when one re requires
quires requires a piece of jewelry made or re repaired,
paired, repaired, an inscription engraved in
monogram, script, old English or any
type that it can be done in an artistic
manner, by Monne Bourn, who has
has much experience iu jewelry line
Cali at 5a Brunawick t'quare and
see the medal made by him, to be
presented at the coming Bicycle Races
by Bornu Cycle Depot and Goldsmith
Establishment... Aiivt
NOTICE,
- HE linm'grv t slip '• Uoy" I f
X Calcutta on 6;h November fer this
C,-!or.y with bOj Imta he may le exacted to strive abcut the
middle cf F**binary,
W U COOMBS.
Protector,
28(h N-:v.
Notice.
iIUBLIO N-)TIl E i» heteby given th-t
* in Tur*n*noe of the poweca vested fu
mcrtg.feee under tbe Qonvey.no*, *» 1
Lew cf Prope-ty Ordii a- op, IBc4, n> .
by virtue c-f a deed bta iny d«t« the 21s
-1 Jns o, 897, regfa ered ea No. 18.6 >
’897, arri ma-i! between Gc 'ge Ai ti i r
J rCeo, f Ua t- woof Ban Feruando,
the o o pa;t,ami »D'i L r" A»-io a‘i r. cf Ibe ctbor par*
ti e-e wll be j«t ,p for tale a r pnUio
-eo iui, t-y ibe u> . . .tyred ut his Anc.
Mart. Nt, 2 s# V» cent Strei-t. en n.
DAt ru* 17th if Dicbmbbb NIXT, PC
CISC ot- Ok p ID.
Ail and Sioju’ar that Muauare aud
L nil known a. lo* Nc- C 3 cf Ht, Vti -
cent Street, in the lew f s'au Fer a a
- a abutting cu tho Ncrtj), ujo'> St.
Vlr-oont Ptieo*. on tho couth upon laud,
f Arthur Gw gr M cir tyro, on tl -.
Ea*t u.oa land* cf Oaasailcu Fraro,-'-,
id wi. .! e W it upon laud* „I WtU.m
A fr» Herbeit, t get her aitb all tie
-j'D rtenantea.
V r ijf tisiu tb ; " 26’h ci.t Nctci.t ,1920
1 dims ori,
d. Uu.lv CCU |

MARSHAL’S OFFICE.
slßfh November 1900.
Tiinuud
In |H« upreme Ccart es Trfc!£*3 a iJa
Tobago—Sum miry Jurit’llaloD.
Between
Rsmts b -.V— Pf&f n*i ff
and
B mdhoo—Df-fendsct
NOTI- E is hot.by givers that there
will be put up for sa’e before the
doo-s of the Ccu-t Hr us* In Port-of Port-of'inr.in
'inr.in Port-of'inr.in cn Pa’urdey the 8?b day of
December 19C0 st 12 o’clock noon,
ONE COW AND OALF
?* BAG 3 OF BiCF.
Levied open in tbe sb ve irsHer,
DANIEL HART,
Desutv ¥*r»h»l.
TRINIDAD
In the Supreme Court of Tri idad and
Tobago—'flnmmary Jurisdiction —
Port’cf-Spoin.
Nr. 250 cf 1900,
Between
Joseph Nsht-d—Plaintiff
and
St. Rose William—Defender;*,
f-DBLIO NOTICE is hereby given
* that by an Order of Bis Honrur
tho OTief Ju'tice male in this action cn
the TBth day rs October 1900 there will
be put up for sde before tbe d-’ors of the
Court Hr use P- rt-of-S'pain t n Thursday
tb* b‘h dav of December 1900 between
the hursef rs - i o aud tw> pm,
All su" 1 Ssrgul?,r fboee two several
per cels of iatd the first thereof compris-
Icg 16 acres be the same a little more
cr lrra delineated and with the abuttals
and boundaries shewn in the Oiown
Grant entered in Volume IX folio 502
and bounded on the North by a read
rese-ved on the Booth by a read 44 links
wide on the East by lands petitioned for
by M Johnson and cn the West by iards
of S St. Jean ?nd the recced thereof
situate in the Town of Joseph in the
Inland of Trinidad and known as the
half let Nc. 2 Abercrombie Street *cd
abutting on tbe North upon lot No. 2b
of Abercrombie Street on the South upon
lot No. lon the High Koad end on the
West upon the said Abercrombie Street
eu’ r j ?ot es regard tbe p*rcal of land
first 1 ? d of His Excehenoy Oolonei David Wilson
Governor of British Honduras and Alfred
Synday Bow.n created by a metneraut
dum of mortgage elated the 10th day oi
February 1899 and *he payment of the
sum of S4OO on the lOih day of February
1904 and interest thereon thereby se secured.
cured. secured.
Dated this 221 J day cf October 1900
(egd.) ERNEST D CLARKE,
Deputy Registrar

ANNUAL SALE
OF— OFGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT OFGOVERNMENT STOCK
WILL BE HELD AT
ST. CLAIR, on Friday, the J4fA
December, 1900.
SALE TO COMMENOE AT 12 NOON
The 'Sale wiii comprise cno Oolt, 44
pu*e snd c ors bred Oat’-le, Ram, Lamb
and Poultry.
HORSE
No. 1 Cbio tbin-Chestn'-t Colt 154
h h, 1 9-12'h years old Dam ty Best end
Brsveer. Sire Serp* Pinto.
COWS.
2 Oows in Calf, Oue bred Zslu in
Qaif.
HEIFERS.
1 4 bred Heifer 1 year 2 mes- 14 days
Ida do Ida 1 do It do
ld> do ldo 1 do 11 do
Ido do Ido 7 do Bdo
Ido do Ido I do 2do
Ido do Ido 1 do 2do
Ido do Ido 0 do sdo
ldo do lO do 21 do
Ido do lO do ‘2O do
ldo do lO do 18 do
ldo do IC do 15 do
Ido do 9 do 28 do
I Pure Bred Zebu Heifer 1 year 2 mos.
24 days.
BULLS
1 Pu e Bred Z i u Bull 2 yrs 2 mos 12 dys
1 d i do do do 2do Ido2o do
l do do do do Idoll do
1 d-» do do do Ido4 do 9do
| BUKD.
1} Bred Zbu Bail iyr 9 m. a 7 dy*
i do do do Ido 8 do 27
l do do do Ido 7 do
I do do do Ido 2 do 2
1 do do dn Ido 1 do 9
i do do do Ido 0 do 27
HALF BfiKD
1 4 B - d Bull
1 4 do do
OXRN.
I 4 Bred Zebu ox tiei. g 4 Jewrr
l do do do do
I d> do do do
] do do do do
] do do do do
1 do do do do
1 do dn do do
1 do do do do
l do do do do
1 Jo do do do
1 do do do do
I do do do do
1 do do do do
4 Bam I axnb3 -Shropshire Bre*d
POULTRY.
Seme B’'ve' WYANDOTTE FOWL 3
C ondition of balm :
l. Terms cash < ue and payable on fall
ot the b. on er.
2 Irmae,' de j i ftc-r fch* f»JI of U • ham hammer
mer hammer the fi t • tands at ibe risk of !i a
Piucham, e hen he shall ie liable
for iiis bid.
8. The lot must be rtincved W|tlin 8
Jays of tbe sale fjatelo, uea it Ibo
sale with fall pertioulsis rm-y l>«
ebt-tr.sd In application to Metsis, F.
J. Scott end Son, G- vers ns* ut Auc Aucticteers
ticteers Aucticteers No. 1 St. Vincent Street,
cr to the Mstt-qc r of the Govern Government
ment Government Stork Fe t»
(Sgd.) ( HAS. MEADKN.
Manager Govt, Fa m
F I, 'IOOTTI* SON.
Gcvt. Auctfoceire
Pt. Clair,
2bd o<;qler, ptOu

AUCTION SA.LF.
FOB
Tuesday, 4th Deer, 1900,
AT
NO. ID UPPER FRINGE STREET.
CTAVOURKD with Induction* received
” from MRS DOYEN, tho ur.d« r ßisred
will effsr for sale the following H'-usa H'-usahold
hold H'-usahold Furniture, Soda Machine, Fixtures
Ac, vis:
Mahcgacy Sideboard ma-ble top,
Mahogany side end Comte TMer,
Sofa, R ck'ng Cbai:v, Pictures Bock»,
Mneio. Locking Giaea, Iron Bedstead
and Mstrawee
One Soda Machß-e by Hsrmn La
Chapeiie, No 1.
Copper Svphoa with pipe, Glses
Syphons, Patent Bottles, Acid Basket,
Pasteur Filter, &o &«. Oil of Lemon,
Bemy’a rcy«i rioe starch, Arrcwrcot,
Tantario Aol ’, Gloves, Maoby Bark, «
Nutmegs, 1 Plated Sircp lo'der J
Mcnids for cskas, Lamp shader, Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Wool, Prevision Basic s, Gogle »,
Oanatias, Tertines, Ch&mbarr, 1 large
Scale. 1 email Ocunter Crystal
bottler, Coloured paper, Shop Fixture*,
G'ase Caser, end sundries as will
appear,
SALE AT 12.30 P M.
Terms Cash Before Delivery-
FRED. EM. SCOTT,
k uctior.ee r .
N 0.2 8t Vince t Street,
28th November, 16WJ,
Diego Martin Racdk
TO BK HELD
IST JANUARY 1901-
OFFICIALS:
Judge M?jor B B T 'cfd
Starte' .... .0 Li Pcyer, Eeq.
Assistant Sharter. ...LA B run tor. Eeq
Clerks of the Course F Kdca. Esq
„ „ McDcr aid Hart, Eeq
„ . .Lieut Prisjar, Eeq
Clerks of >he Paddock. ...Gapt E W Lack
„ „ ... .E, Lszare, Eeq
Clerks of the Scales Dr Farnum
Char. Viueent, E q
\ A 8 Bowen, E q
Reference Com- A E hfindrcki -u, Erq
mittee W H Vircut, Eeq
j-McD raid H"rt, Eeq
i A De Boissiere, Erq
J M A Hart Eeq
}0 R Vincent, Erq
Reeves Blakaly, Eeq
James Camming., krq
G Boyeok, Erq.
Hon Sec & Treaser. .Henry Dutant, E; q
Assistant Secty Ralph Durant, Krq
WEIGHT FOR HEIGHT
hands to c»rry 8«t 3iba (Usibr) and
Slba added or allowed for every half
inch,
PENALTIES.
First win—Five pounds ; every other
win fo"r pounds extra.
PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME.
No 1 THE MAIDEN-1 pm. 4 Fur Furlong*.
long*. Furlong*. Open to common bred
ponies 14 hand 2 inches and under
that have never won publio rnone y
A Prize of 25 dots, of which second
herse to receive 5 cole, Weight
for height. Entrance 10 ehiliicgr.
No. 2- THE DIEGO MARTIN FARM
STAKES— I SO p-m. 5 F -'orga
Open to ail poaioa not thoroughbred
14 hard* 2 ice'es end under. A
p- ! z> cf 6' l dole- if which second
hor>e to receive 10 dole. Weight
fa- heigbi', En*raoi e 85.
No 8 THE CLERK’S PURSE—2 pm.
4 Fordo- gs. Ope... to cemmoa bred
p, l ies 14 hands and unc’er, A
prizj cf 25 dels, of which seoond
horuo to receive 6 dols. Weight for
height. Entrance IQ si filings
No. t THE MERCHANT’S PLATE—
A Haad tap. One mil». Open tc
ail horses not thoriughbred, 15
hands sr-d under. A prize of 80
del", subscribed by the Mercoant*
cf Port-cf-Spsiu of which sefiDud
herse to receive 15 dels. Entrance
8 do!*.
Np. 5. THE PONY HANDICAP—B.BO
pm. 6 FurlcDge. Open to ponies
nit ihorougehtod 14 hands and
A pria-j of 50 dols. rs which
reoood to i«coive 10 dols. Entrance
5 dols
No, 6 THE DIEGO MARTIN WARD
HTAKa.tr—4 pm A Handicap, 6
Furlongs. Open to common bren
pci ies t 4 h'Cds 2 irehf* and under
a jtiza ui 3J U -is, ti which seooud
â–ºo reteive 6 dole. E'-trsnce 8 dois
No 7 THE HAt K RACE-4 30 p m.
' Oc.e mite. Open to bona fide H»cxs
A ptisw 1 f 25 del*, cf which sew nd
i,u receive 5 dole. Oat< h
tvoi iO stone, Geotlemoc riders,
Ea'.r-nce 10 sb.dli st.
jj-, g THE BidvEDERS’ BT'KE3 5
t, m. A Ham Icv.p 5 Furlongs.
Op* nto hc-rsea foaled io the Iel&n.
t s Trie Idad and Tcb»go. net
tlo.cugbbred A prize cf 60 do s
, f which second to reoeiv* 10 do's.
Entracoe 6 dols,
ARTICLES.
No I—Three horses io rsoe or no seoond
pitas will be given
No 2— Entrance io race stand 2 shillings
Children half prloe , io Ptddook 2 ehtl
liO£B.
No 3MI entries io be made and paid to
the Clerk of the oourse before 3 o’otook p.m
on Thursday 20. h December at tbe Stan Standard
dard Standard Establishment Pori ot Spaio, after
whtoh dste no entiles wilt betakeu. The
colors of the riders to be deolered at time
of entry.
No 4—Races to commence at 1 p.m
bell will be rung for saddling, and one for
horses so proceed to tbe post alter which
five minutes will be allowed aud horses
i ben at tbo post will be started.
No s—All5 —All objections or disputes arising
In connection with any rsce sha'i bo
deteimlned before tbe close of tbe meeting
by the Heferonoe Committee whose derision
In aU matters Is final.
No 6—ln tbe event oi a walk over only
half of tbe stake will be paid.
No 7—No Jockey will be allowed to ride
who is not properly dressed,
No 8 -Measurement ot ponies at 12
'clock on raoe day.
No 9—Owners to pay 1 shillings for tbe
ate of I'tddcok for each horse entered for
tbe meeting*. Amount to be paid at time
of entry.
Nc 10—Entraooe tc race course—Car
rlagss 2 shilling*. A animal* under saddle
2 shilling; Stewards and Qfti tala In their
carriages or on horse back, free.
HENRY DURANT; I
Hon, Secretary aud Treasurer,

OUR
BOOT & SHOE
DEPARTMENT,
ooc— oocfaYsiii
faYsiii oocfaYsiii Ladies fecpis ht
From 2/ to 3 dollars
Chinese Ltraw Slippers at 200 and 24a
Carpet Slippers at 360 and 48c.
Ladies, Girls and Children's Floral Slippers at 18,20 and 24c.
Gent’s and Ladies’ Tan Slippers at 600 and 720
Gent's and ladies’ Venezuelan Alpargatas
GENT’S FINE GLACE TAN E.S. BOOTS
GENT’S HEAVY DLRBYLAOE BOOTS,
Gent's Heavy Balmoral BOOTS.
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Lace Boots, round toes
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Laoe Boots, needle toes
Gent’s Heavy Leather Tap Sole American Lace Boots,
round toes.
Gent’s Fine Glace Kid Pump Soles, Amerioan Boots (Lace
and E. 8.)
Gent's Fine Box Calf Amerioan Lace Boots, round toes
Gent’s White Buckskin Tennis Boots, Gent’s Tan Tennis
Boots—good quality.

SFB OUR YOUTH'S —IRON DUKE
iwim kce look
LAMBS’ WHITE SATIS COURT SHOES
Ladies White Kid Strap Shops, beaded toes and bowt.
1 adies, Girls and Children’s Family Boots Ti _
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Glace Kid and Cloth lop
Boots
Ladies Lasting and Glace Button Boots ‘
Ladies Fine Glace Kid Button Boots, stitched forepart
Ladies Heavy Caif and Grain Lace Boots,
SB WIN 8 MAOIINIS
$6 [to sls,
Gent’s Fine Glace Kid Lace and E S Shoes
Gent’s Fine White Buckskin Lace Shoes
Men's Single and Double Sole Army Bluchers ,irc
to 10/,
Black and White Boot Polish
Pusso-Combination Cream for Tan Boots , p^nl
Eureka Combination Cream f;r Box Calf, itea
Leather
CAHIBTESIO *
4;.:
In all sizes,
GENT’S WATERPROOF OVERCOATB
From $3.00 to $lO each,
SttOE ttOBHS or AU SI# 1,
BOOT & SHOE LACES from 2c to 6c
Michael P.
EL POPULAB,
Corner of King and Frederick Strt®***



STEPHENS AND SCOTT
*
FOB THE
LATEST STYLES IN EVERY THING, NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES
GO TO THE STORES
»- "i ' " —..i—
In Groceries—Everything fresh and nice.
In Ladies Fancy doods-lhe Beet and newest of every thing from London, Parle the Continent and America.
In the Gents Department—The most up-to-date Ties, Collars, Shirts, and everything for men.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Has s oomplete stook of the ohoioest and exclusive designs in
Tweeds, Coatings, Serges and Fancy Cloths.
We guarantee a fit and style unequalled here, while our prices are the lowest.
BOOTS & SHOS for ladies and gentlemen, all makes, Bhapes and qualities at all prices. Some extra ohi c edits We Iking and Evening Shoes. MEN'S HATS —lets of new styles in Felt, Straw, eto. Some very smart
new shapes. A visit of inspection solioited.
Stephens & Scott—The Stores

Marble Tombstones
Artistic Monuments,
Made in Italy, by skilled Sculptors. For sale and made to
order. Q|U particulars, and three splendid specimens, oan be
seen at onr office and show rooms.
M. J. TJVTJJF FHi &j 00,
Corner of King and Charlotte Streets.
THE ORINOCO
Shipping and Trading do., Ltd.,
59, KINO STREET, PORT-OF-BPAIN, TRINIDAD,
156, FBNOHUBCH ARTEET LONDON, M.O, i
STEAMERS

MAOABBO MNE.
B, B. Boiivab
i, 8 Mammiums
B, fl, Dima
Tbs Bam Carlo*

_ , '.Bl«Moer MrrJcaJroand »h«: and to and from Tobago by the
&o- Mamanaraa " nnder government U.» :i ant cai■ yins Mai la and Passenger*
jjurannon and Family Ticket* laaaed for U;« round trip at apaolal rataa (meala
Bagoiar combined 'eetvioe by the 8. b. “ Vencedor ’ and S, 8, " Bolivar *
Jv, 7* La Qoalra, Quanta, Oumana, Mi>r-;9rita (Pcrlamar), Oarupauo, Trinidad,
C.adad Bolivar,
through tickets laaaed between La Gimfra, Fort'Of-Spain and Intermediate
point! on the Upper Orinoco eerv .* by the Onmpany’a Hteamera,
. *™°°|hrateß of freight between Goid l Bolivar and Burope, and between
I* walra and the Intermediate porta on th» Vain and Baropc Baropcbeifriit
beifriit Baropcbeifriit and all Informalt<„, *i ply at the Company’* Chief Office
- .__ Telepkeae. Telegrephii Address.
*ywa Offloe ~ „ ..Wo, B 8 ( London
Offioe iai I TWrHed
' New folk
The Great French Remedy
FOB INFANTS./
The Nurse’s and Mother’s Tieasure by Dr.
P. £. Picault,
Thla excellent aoothlng prepare tion can be given with the
ireateet safety to Infanta and young obfldren whj suffer
from Ooliea, Wind*, Vomitings, Diarrhea?, or Looseness
of the Bowels, Aridity of the titomacb and lateatinea and
wl the oomplainta to which children are subject. The
Treasure greatly facilitate! Teething end consequently
prevents these convulsions which oarry eff |ao many ohild ohildxen
xen ohildxen every year, 240 PBR PHIAL only at
BAMB£Y’S PHaBMAOY,
r •’i.
i ..
Xmas Toys, Xmas Toys
—— 000 -
great reduction IN TOYS!
'T' r,n K Toys for Christmas Tress, Distribution of
*na Bazaars should oall at the Victoria, 13 Frederick
Btreet, before going to any other itore,
to 8d aallt, il* T °y« Roing for la eaoh ; *ll our la and 1/6 Toy* going
; *ll onr 6d and 7sd Toy! going for 3d eaoh ; all our 3d and
4d Toys going for 2o each,
ar ge assortment of Furniture just arrived
-AT -AT&
& -AT& Oo, t ike Viotoria, No. X 3, Frederick fefcieei

UP RIVER BTEAMBBB.
S. B. Apdri.
B. 8. 6o*»iss,
8, B. Maspabso.
5. 8. Socorro
S, B. Hrrcr,
B, S. Moroamiso,

THE FORT OF ?FAIN GAZETTE THURSDAV! NOVEMBER 29.1900

REALLY GOOD
BORDEAUX WINE
Only $l7O per Demijohn.
Cost of paokage refunded when returned in good condition,
ATH. FORTIER.

Steamers' Movements.
KO NINKLIJKB WXBT*NDIBHF
MAILD IHBX,
Tks Nw OtkmfM Cmpany Lid.—Agenr
JEANNE— The Dutoh Mall Chartered
Steamer Jeanne" Ib due hers from
Amsterdam via Paramaribo and Demerara
on or about the 10th Deoembar, 1900, pro*
eeedlpj sit.nwards to Oarupano, Oumana
liaCualra, Pto. Oahello, Oursgao
JiO>Kiel, An/ Ciyee, Port au Prlnoe and
I*;w York, taking oargo, passengers, and
malls.
PRINS WILLEM IV-The Dutoh Mai
Steamer - Prlne Willem IV" Is duel
here from Venezuelan Ports to or about
the 13tb December, 1900, proceeding after*
wards to Demerara, Paramaribo, Havre and
Amsterdam taking oarge passengers and
malls.
« WILLEM 111 - The Dutoh Mall
ner *• Prlne Willem 111" lt> due
itere from Amsterdam via Paramaribo, and
Demerara on or about the 30th Deoember
1900 proceeding afterwards to Oarupano,
Oumana, Quanta, La Quayta, Pnarto
Oabello, Qnraoao, Jaomel, Aux Oayes, Port
an Prlnoa and Haw York taking oargo pae paesengecs
sengecs paesengecs and malls.
PBIHS WILLEM 11.-The Dutch Mall
Steamer '! Prlne Willem 11” te due
here from Veneanelan Porte on or about the
97th Deoember 1900, proceeding afterwards
to Demerara, Paramaribo Havre *nd Am*
â– tsrdam taking oarvo, passengers and malls,
TRIHIDAD LIHE OF BTEAMEBB
Trinidad Shipping d Trading Co. Ltd.
MARAVAL— The e.i “ Maraval” of the
Trinidad Line will leave Hew York on
Saturday the 34th November 1900 and Is
due here via Grenada on Tuesday 4th
Deoember 1900
GRENADA— The S.I. " Qrenada” of the
Trinidad Line will leave New York,
on the stb Deoember, 1990, and te due
here 14tb proximo,
COMPAQNIE GENERAL TBANBAT
LANTIQUS.
C Leotaudd Ban
CANADA.— The Frenob Mall Steamer
'! Canada," Is due here from Venesuelan
ports on the 30th November, proceeding
â– Rewards tc Martinique, Guadeloupe. Bau Bautender,
tender, Bautender, Bordeaux and Havre, taking passen passengers,
gers, passengers, malls and oargo.
TRE ROYAL BTEAM PACKET CO.
W 8 Scott d Sm-Agent.
lit SK—The R.M.S. Esk will leave for
Pi Southampton (Don homeward from
Barbadoes) and other Weal India Islands,
Demerara, Surinam, Colon, &c, &c, on 6th
December, talcing cargo, passengers
and mails.
EDEN —The R.M.S. Eden will leave on
Wednesday, 112th December, 1900, for
Tobago and La Guaira, taking cargo, pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
L DEH —The K,M.S. Eden will leave for
• * Southampton (Trent homeward from
Barbadoes) and other West India Islands,
Demerara, Surinam, Colon, Ac, on 20th
December, 1900, taking cargo, passengers
and mails.
iSK— The R.M.S. Eak will leave on
j Wediwaday, tfth IMmnUi, la

Tobago and La Guaira, taking cargo, pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
FREDERICK LBYLaND & CO. (19001
LIMITED WEST INuIA & PACIFIC
BRANCH.
New Colonial Company Limited—Agents
BERNARD HALL—The s.s ' Bernard
Hall' le due here from Liverpool via
Bsrbadoa on os about the 11th Deoember
1900 proceeding afterwards to LaGuavra,
Pto Oabello; Qnraoao; Bavanlll* and Carl
thagena taking oargo passengers and malls.
SARGABBO--The London Dlreot Line
steamer * bargaseo' le due due here
from London v.'a Barbados on or about the
let Deoember 19C0 proceeding afterwards to
Demerara Berblto and Snrlnrm taking
oargo paaee ngers and malls.
LONDON LINE OF STEAMERS.
New Colonial Company Ltd.—Agents.
QAPA— The London Direct Line Bteamer
“ "aba" is due here from Loudon via
Barbados, on or about the 15th Deer., 1900.
proceeding afterwards to Northern Islands,
taking cargo, passengers and mails.
COLONIAL BANK EXCHANGE.
81LUHO SATM-MKDSK.
Draft*
W) days 4,83 per 41100
Mi. .. 4.85 do.
W m •« 4.87 do
> .. .. 4.88 do.
vasis,
Draft*
#0 M i, h. „ 6.16 do.
a m it 6.13 do.
® H M II 6,11 do.
Demand on Lloyd*— 8o per £ or part.
New York Rata of Exchange 1 c/o pram.
Stamp fee to be added in every oaae*
Port of Spain—l2th Novr. 1900-
Shipping 3& Intelligence.
ARRIVALS.
28tli Novr.
ESK R M S.. Young, 1374 tone, 10
hours, Grenada —440 ton* general
cargo (Trinidad), 41 tons for Od
Bolivar and 80 dkr* F J Scott Sc
Son.
MARIA TERE9A Ven eloop, Wilaon,
16 tone, 21 hre , Guiria—26,ooo
plaataina and 11 dkre.
SAYRE, Brit barque, Cogswell, 684
tone, 3<) day*, New Toik- 487,599
feet white pine lumber, 800 ton*
general cargo J II Archer ds Co.
6WJFT, Brit sloop, McTair, 14 tone,
3 day*, Ht. Vincent—6o barrels
starch, 33 goats, 15 piga, 9 sheep, 4
cases empty soda water bottles, and
15 deckers.
DEPARTURES.
28th Novr.
VALKYBIK, Brit sloop. Alick, 18
tons, St Vincent mndry pkgs
m die and 2 dkr*

THE ICE HOUBE_ RESTAURANT.
Mena
To*day.
Freeh Oysters
Tomato Soap
Fried Fish
Boaee
Harioot Veal
Ox Tail and Peae
Beef Fillet and Olives
Mutton Outlets
Mutton Chops
Veal Cutlets
Pork Cutlets
Sirloin Steak
Hump Do.
Boast Beef
Pepper Pot.
Jams, Cheese. Fruit, Coffee
Lemon Creams, (extra)
TO-DAY’B FIXTURES ~
Supreme Court 10.30 a m.
Court Sales 2 p.m.
Special Meeting Q P C 0. 5 p m.
Aimenaok this Day.
HiaHwaxaa.
Port of Spain Mora 8 68. .Aft 938 p.m.
Sun rises ... .. 8 05 a m
Hun sets ... .. 5,33 p.m
Mood sets .. .. p,m
CLOSING OF MAILS.
Malle for Martinique, Guadeloupe,
and Europe, by the " Grenada” will
be olosed to-day (29tb), at 8.30
o’olook, a,m„ precisely. Bos,istra Bos,istration
tion Bos,istration closes at 8
I'M (jAZKTTBT
FOBT-CF-tFAIN
THUBSDAY 29th NOVB. 1900.
THE LONDON COCOA
MARKET.
(By Harold Hamel-Smith)

No poblio cocoa sales were beld
Ust mail-day, and it would have
been belter, if none had taken plaoe
10-day and lasi week, for the re*
portal that are published of the sales,
though perfectly true, give one a
very erroneous idea of the real state
of the market. In sale Trinidads
and Guayaquil are as dull as they
possibly ean be, and priees show a
fall of Is. to 2s„ good red being
quoted at 745,, and even 735„ but
the ooooa sold at these prioes. are
generally small in the bean fa fault
with a good deal ot Iho Trinidads
offering just new), and daik and
uninteresting on the outside re*
sembling small Grenadas rather
than Trinidads. Privately the de demand
mand demand seems good, and though mid*
dlmg and good red are easier the
best qualities are unohauged, bss.,
btieg paid for Booonueco Ms. for
Han Antonio 705., for Esperanza,
Guanapo, ard 77/6 for Sta. Boaa
Hoheull, and S'. Catherine Estate,
»nd the most important holders do
not seem disposed to give way, be believing
lieving believing things vi ill improve (or the
oheaper qualities later on, especially
«s 755., has been paid this week for
200 bags fine Afrloans.
In suoh a year as tbit oie has
turned out to be. with low stocks

and an inereaslng sonsumptlon and
yet up to now with rather disappoint*
ing results as far as prices are con concerned
cerned concerned —the trade, the Government,
and speouiators being eonsplsuous
04>i« by their absence—lt behoves
planters rod dealers to be very oare oarefulbow
fulbow oarefulbow they handle their produoe
for when the Imports are ha'i be'.ir
too strong'y, though the English
makers undoubtedly prefer Trinidads
to other growths, they are apt to boy'
oott the Tii;.ldad growth and sup support
port support other sorts, even when prises
are sgsinst|them and though you may
feel oertaln that later on, in three or
six months, prioes must go higher
you have to consider whether the
advance you may obtain will repay
you the interest on your oapital
laying Idle, rent and warehouse
charges, and If held long enough loss
In weight; and even the incon inconvenience
venience inconvenience and possibly loss of trade
to yourself by having your capital
looked op instead of turning it over
onoe or twioe as you otherwise might
have dona. On the other band if
every one rushed to sell at the
earlier part of the year prioes would
not have been so high, for It hae only
been the firmness and indifference
of holders to buyers objeotlon to
operate that has kept Trinidads np
in prioe during the last three months
Any anxiety to sell would 5* onoe
foroe down prioes, same as on the
first signs of sny permanent demand
by the trade, they are expected to go
up again, at any rate until about
March.
The Board cl Trade returns add to
the perplexity of affairs—as they
â– ay the stock in the United Kiogdom
is 1,300 more than last year ; at 15
bags to the ton this means 19,500
bags—but 111 b diffiouli to find out
where such a large lnorease over
last year stock oan be looated ;
It oertainly is not in London or
Liverpool—Here are the figures
B Os T. “ TON” STOCK 31st OCTOBER,
1900 1899 1898 1897 1896
Ton* 8,630 7,210 7,920 B,COO 11,440
London Stock 3rd November.
Bags 98,278 100,069
Liverpool Stock 3rd Novembae.
Bees 10,961 6 732
109,234 106,791 Inolodlng 9,143 baga
The London, Liverpool and Havre
stoeks are as follows
1900 1699 1898
Loo dor, loth November,
Trinidads .. 32,640 22,619
Guayaquil! .. 31,998 33,739
Other Growths 31,813 11,360
Bag! .. 96,386 97,618 108,813
Havre 31et Ootober.
Trlnldade .. 23,393 23,107
Guayaquil*.. 22,238
Other Growths 61,426 100,102
100,047 128,209 96,729
Liverpool 10th November.
All Growths 10,038 2,783
Thus it wil! be aeon that whilst
the stock In the U K Is iu excess of
last year, that at Havre is 23,200
lags less, so evidently our prices
have attracted the cocoa over here
especially Guayaquil*, for whilst re receipts
ceipts receipts at Guayaquil have been very
small, shipments to London were
vsry largo. At present however this
growth is rather duD, the only sale
r- ported being 100 bags Cartques at
r6i, Arreba Is quoted at 82s to 84s I
bat I have beard of no sale. Lately I
the Lighterman’* strike to the j

Thames has interfered with the ex export
port export trade of cocoa.
To-day 2,326 bags of all growth
were offered (inoluding 200 bagi
African sold privately before the sale
at 755) aud 200 bags only sold, in insliding
sliding insliding 35 bsgs refuse at 55/6 and
56/613 bags good bright red Ceylon
realised 675, 11 bagi small Trinidad
in lots of 1 to 4 bags sold at 72s to
745; 7 bags ordinary Grenada 7ls; 20
bags of Cuba 755. Privately, sale*
include 1,000 Trinidads at 73s to 745,
for middling and good red ; 75s for
Ban Joe 6 de Caura 300 Grenada*
sold at 72a to 745, 22 Jamaica* 71s to
73/6 and 23 Suriname 72/6 to 745.
60 tons Cadbury’s Cloaca Butter
Bold last week at au average prioe of
1/8 3-13,b against IjSjj in October
and 90 tons Van Bouton’s (in Hoi«
land) at 1/44 (1/54 London) against
1/6 in Ootober,
A couKuroNDKNT writes complaining
of the a eharge of 02 per da j
for 14 days and the fare for their
passage up to Port-of-Bpain, which
hasjgbeeu exactedd from the iioyal
Mail passengers who underwent
quarantine at the Island* recently.
Oar correspondent argues that these
passengers having b*en compelled to
undergo a term of 14 days imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment iu idleness at the Islands iu
order to save the Colony from a pos possible
sible possible outbreak of infectious disease, it
would bo only fair, that they should
have been maintained at the Colony’s
expense; more espeeially since the
cause which led to their quarantine
was an accident which they, at any
rate, were powerless to avoid. They
were not passengers from a quaran quarantined
tined quarantined port who travelled knowing the
ban which was on them ; but had the
misfortune to be travellers in a ship,
one of the crew of which was stricken
at sea with small pox, Os course,
inconvenient as their detention must
have beeiii there can be no reasonable
argument that it was unnecessary ;
but we do think there is a good
deal in the complainant as te the
excessive high charge which has been
imposed upon them.
Our attention has been called to
the schedule attached to the Corporal
Punishment Ordinance from which
we find that it simply reproduces
word for word the provisions of tbcj
repealed Ordinances. We have also
been assured, that the Hon. the
Attorney General made no statement
as to the Pensions Ordinance and that
in fact that Ordinance was not in hiu
hands at all. Under these circum circumstances
stances circumstances we have no hesitation in
withdrawing the paragraph in our
yesterday’s issue referring to those
two Ordinances and expressing our
regrat for having pnhlished same*
ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS.
A missionasv meeting was held last nigh
at the Free Church in St. toa’i Road at 7.31.
The Chair «u occupied by the Rev. Dr,
Morton, and among those who were on the
platform were the Kev Alec Ramsay (Pastor,)
Rev â–  D Jones (Wesleyan), Hon George
((fenanwp on Pag* A,>

7



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STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE 001.
Established 1825.
Head Office Edinburgh, Scotian'!
AnmtaJ Pave*** .. .. .. •• •• *
Somme Declared ~ .. .. »• •• JM3£.o9L
Clam* Feed exceed .. .. .« • * • < * • i?‘ISS , 2S
Bsutiny AMiurmcu . • »« ** •• 24,821 t u2&
MODERATE RATE. ABSOLUTE SECURITY
Übnra) Surrender raluea «dter Three Years,
LOANS ADVANCED «< 3 seom-Hy of Potofts u ; . to sto p.r ood», of the >or >ortender
tender >ortender value, at 8 per cent, iniereeS,
IMMEDIATE REDUCTION to boms rate* during rieil* to Europe anu other
temperate dims*teg
PROPOSALS AQOSPVBD and PcUofa# fe.«i»d In the West Indies without
eferenoe to Bead (jt&oe.
CLAIMS PAID inmioillataiy on proof of cL;»th and tHle and *&ti«>au»n* made
are of tile FQUU2XB on which aye >* a iattM ere unoh.vlleDjr«fthle after Two Yr«*rs.
2ABLJL OP SATES «a! all lufermtiou awy U obr bo 1 . •
•he Office of the Ccmpwuy, Comer of Chacon Street and Ma ine Square S-'- -• l
Spain.
Offl*§ Bern?*: Frcis 10 to 4. Satmdasa 10 to 12.
G. BRUCE AUSTIN,
< r-r-cl Igert end fcrpMJha
Not e —livery year dr ce 1866 W? v ILw Botlpm* be* dr• A.I,OvOjOOO. a result
maintained uninterrupted!* for *o Jct'f a f‘ > r ' .Lrr cln the
tha United Klnydrra. re«r for tise ti> l « N-w Bo*In«*
«'««<3vd 62,tk3&ftl)Q<
LA IMXrHIRW
CIGARS AND uIfIARE'FIES FACTORY
Elaborated with Tobacco Imported Expressly from
Hob»na & Venezuela.
Our cigau, made with Caripe and Guanaguana tobacco, are
LXOFLLbNT AND <
We guarantee our Cigarettes to be the bast in tho island,
made of HA RAN A tobacco, at the very lowest price possible.
—Our motto is GOOD VNi* Tby chum to
be SURE op it II!
P7 7c :
CIGARS “ BENORITAB" par KO ... M Bhlliiogb
do '‘ESPECIALKS do ... 10 do
do " ELEGANTES” do ... 12 do
do " VICTORIAS” do ... 16 do
CIGARETTES a dezm ptuY»gfg ... 3 fdn'ibgs.
Each Package Contains 18 Tig rettes
WHOLESALE, DISCOUNT IN Pi OPORTION
Ttbidad, lat September, 1900
Almond Walk No. 1 D.
RUIDHZ MONTHS mt OT
Tha o.dest t ik-ng- l ch.iie
KDOCM
THE ZDN-O-PHONE.
The Scientific American
thinks it tie meet power*
fai Machine of ihe kind,
In o»re of O, ze>tc Ofboe.
-

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OPTICIAN,
29b FBKDEBICK hi HE El',
FOR PiwiWoitisk, My pia a:.d
ti m lo gold, gold filled si.d
Aiuowi ioo frame* EwmirnMcuef *<«hr
free,
BKPRKXNOBB;
Bf..i ■ —T.mhigd H.WI.
October lOlh !9flo.
I ueiify that Mr Dnjftu has fitted
Riy.oyei for esttlg.; f( me entire sati»f»eti'.>n. I u*n r commend
him t a enyr>n<* rtqu'*t»e g.»*#«>«.
Uta F MuLLAiavaK.
Ri'rif W M Springer,
BMooel Q’ar as
W L But>f»n Eiq. £an Fernando—
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Fancy Arßc.e*, Peifunomy, Lo»‘p*»
Cards of evpry dwriptiou i<
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ViewH. Photo* f yr ur*«if cr I’bi!,-
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central Art btoro,
4* ti U,»i .n -.-.. C i -vUcl n.u Li,

TH« PORT OF SPAIN"GAZETTE, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29. 1900.

-F 1 R. fc* £'\ I_. 1-
VUK Plant*lion* “ BINDLEY” end
“PARADISE”. (jn*t firi) mir.tdin
dtiv* fr> m t o Railway 81a 81ali
li 81ali t ) Miueto in tbo W*rd • f Tsoarign--,
on < f the he< Ithir* ir. the Island.
The uut'err!g» « i'.areu', nr at y particular* not in this
tu’verMacniei't and which may be iea iea;
; iea; n«t ly s quired by any intending pur purchase
chase purchase ,
Off s will bo received bp the under under*ig«.e«i
*ig«.e«i under*ig«.e«i up to noon, on Sa'ut tH» # tfce lSjh
December next.
Particulars :
n S rittl •'AJ I'ol7a 2r 9r partly
u in»i. y ~ - p |, v „ tßll , n o#tlßß ,
Sugar Plant o. tnniale, Good Dwelling
He use.
Ahcufe lQi'o tins cl Gate* In hands
I cf farmer".
LIVE STOCK
V - it st i is o .0
Pamdisu
t>f l«u<1,
Grid suj jij i.f ri**, grcvii, lmp.-rtii.oi
.nautry yiaVicg s large ter til It i|.
m. l-anita hoM under the Real I ci e.
Or. it a nee. Aso (he
iaiiti Cecilia Estate—J£V;, aV,
Or p uthe. ccnisii iu« 204 acres of the
tbi icbest oil In the Oolony. Os Ihtse
-*'• acie* sr» under estr.te cultfv im BI ’
88 ores In ths hands t.f coi'iact rs
sh, re « « .i’,QfO ttft.a ro the eglete
J«' r ’\ DENNH I.LLIKB,
dclWtcr,
j 44b Vlr l Fdi cf

GOOD WINES!
GOOD WINES!
A LARGE VARIETY OF
SUPERIOR BORDEAUX WINES, SPANISH WJNES,
RHEINE WINES.
in time for the approaching holidays.
Boland’s Pharmacy
LOWER HENRY STREET.

Arrived!
-♦-♦'»»*
MULES, MULES.
EX S. S. “ GRENADA,”
25 1 ARffE & IMLIJM.
To be seen at my stables corner of Richmond and Lower
Prince Street.
j EfcXßXßJcaato.
TO A I.OVISii OF TEA
There ie no more delioicus
drir.k. To meet this the
Cl 1Y DRUG STORE
U»a a blend of CEYLON TEA tho best of ita kind, Jnat give it a trial
and you will be convinced by ite exoellent taste and flavour.
EUTHYMOL PABTE, TABLETS & OP.FAM for the teeth, breath and
skin. This ia the latest production of nr d'oa* aoience.
BROHO-RODA 6t BBOMO-SELTZER to quiet your nerves and regulate
your sicroach.
MINERAL WATERS. —Vicby, Celling and Grande-Grille ; Csrabana
Hunyadi Janos, Carlsband &o.
GEO. VERBELLEB,-Druggist,
NIGHT BELL. 17a Park Street.
■pm rt%. -*• wnag) . HI. w.HM.
1 asso, I asso.
Â¥%n %*&S2ay
JUST LANDED
FOR 8A E BY
LUCIEN F. AMBARD AND SON,
3, CHARLOT -VE STREET.
Llth Nov- 1900
'*â– " tmiiiiiwwi i I 111 111
tA WATSON S xxx
« Old Blended
1 GLKNLIVKT WHISKY |
« DUE DTK.
is
C—'
! i la a pure matured epirii very superior flavour oc
l and style and e»jo,e \ very popular position
wherever ntroduced. cs
* mm * liSSGi
Supplitd to all L«ftding Hotel* & Olubt
As a trial of Miir high clmfS Whisky will certainly err.-
«* wolt fan appreciation. A- jd your orders at cnee
tibe ARrctij.
n LRE LUM &CO
err*
'■■«3 POB'i-OF HPAIN,

WANTED.
ALONZO LLOYD of Fourth Btree
No. 10a. Wiedbrick, is desirous <>l
listing employroenh »* n diver, he h»«
mai y years axperlenoe in diving, and h I
I* prepared to give ssS rfsotinu to wh. I
• vsr gives him enipVynjnn'-.
A YOUMO m"B.
1 wl h Garmsi. French and Ou ch
wijhea for a situation as Foreign Corree- '
on en* or s position of trust. Best n - }
!t. c. . OS.«
And? AofVAiu c.i. ff t# ,I He ly
URee'i h

FOR SALE.
SMMM
| A CRKOLK liDILT BUGGY
PONY AND HABNK6P.
fcr cash or on moderate terms
Apply so
P. BLANC,
No, 89 East Dry River
i, £>sdte bstccs litic t e,

VIOLET FRIRES : Thuir (France) i
Mouse. ..• ■
tBVRRH is a sir. oury drink, eminently tonic and appetising. It is made
|of old red wines,exceptionally generous, pul into contact with cinchona
hark and other bitter substances of lir.st quality. It borrows from all
these substances an agree:.ble tlavour and some precious cordial and
febrifuge properties, and it owes to the natural wines which alone
contribute to its preparation, its high hygienic superiority.
As an apretising and tonic BYFIRH should be taken pure, at a dose of
one claret glass.
Mixed with cold water, and in preference with seltzer or soda water
it makes a drink which perfectly refreshes without debilitating.
SPECIMENQIBVTUE IX>p6t in PORT OF SPAIN : A. K. BOLAND
•/WVWVWVV %Px.
( COUGHS, COLDS, OKONCHTm )
C DELANQRENIER’S itoy * a—ji—«» f**m*m> 5
< Nafe Lozenges $
\ Mfes4 wWk fifijr M wMk ffcj §A i
P warn 11 SIC J If§P %
C, ■■ »" "■■■ *9. rm ins Wrt-Wrw, J—g, —« tS —ti J

NEW PIANOS
JUST BECEIVED
Several " STERLING” PIANOS is
black caeea. seme wi:h 3 pedals
good and cheap.
o r TO PIANOS,
BKIN B ME Mi JPIAK Oft
nil— ll—, Mil «x
STERLING ORGANS
with 11 stops for only $50.00
CALL AT
H. MONCEAUX
Onmer pf Qoac.n * FrtdwLfe Straetr
JOHN i.JGIE
OLOTRIEIi OU'xTEb
Bega to uctiiy his f t lends srd L'us
Comers that he haa received a iarg iargand
and iargand new sasortmeat of
OU'vUiAgD tfei \:Vs
Ac,, Ac., To a void â– liaippojntn.eni jdt-'ap
leave orders awiy,
JOHN LOOiJhi
** THE SCOTIA”
P/1 ii#o ;?ctuure.
IMPORTANT
TUB PUBLIC Ik hereby ratified thu’
Mr Ji bn Mitoho’, J«fr« Washer ami
Prosser, 'not Dyer" (for a>l the i jreitf
has a!wets teen dene by myself, mj
assistants are only (or wasbii g. pressinj
and mending) haring been < tscharged,
baa therefore no contention with m>
establishment.
All parcels sent me sbcuUl be ad
dreesrd R. J. J. OLA MENS. Trinidm
Dye Work*. Corner of Duke end Georg<
S reefs,
N.B.—Abo»e oan't be mistaken ; its
the largf st sod o !y reliable Cleani< g
and Dyeing Establishment in the Wes'
Indies.
Horses, hom*,
I ended Tu-d&y
x ft. 8. *' Grenada ” ft a
N ;\v York.
L'TOHT esre'e" n (J ,|
\a en t in t Hirjc,
• T’-i H'>okM ">f »au I'u‘iv ma*vhVi :
1 81-rk Maro «> 1 C>< a
match
I Gray o un r a Ll»
draft
I Dspr'p Gray Mstf—a I*'feet snimei
ard gentle.
1 Bay Mere—A stylish animal.
I Bry ¥ are—A beauty.
The above sn'nia s ban h n eelr'-i
by a judge and shoe offers a onportu
titty b purchasers requirl g h
good herws
teen a* tot fl- hies and f>
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W ANT E D
FIFTY
BALATA. POLES,
Fiona 30 io 40 long
by 7 inches fqnaie.
For further f'ppiy at
thti t ilioo or tsi the Wuk- of the
irioiewi E'ectiio Ligb tu.d Power
Ccmpany. Limited.
EUGENE WEHFKIND,
Peorefery.
26th Nov. 1900.
OFFICES FOR RENT.
,-' ; VEK the store cf Messrs Gfr.ld end
W Hthorer fsot; g South j Qo*y »nc
Jbo.'cri mbio Stuc, ve?y oocl r.nd airy >
suitable for Ooneut’s Offi-.e Bout »e;y
cheap.
27th Novembar
Jj oi Mht iiilir
wn. ;a?>n liquid
BLAOKINu
fBODUORB
A jBHi LLiA '.l
*ND
L/ o 11 N G pGlftiSH
Mart ay Di o.slng for Brown Boot! ant
. h:>»*. wifi clean toad reiaofs sPstfua wit 1
. ni Os i iser-tt'S tiw Lav-her
cun
Polish is Wftterproo'
WUI tick rub.ofi nor sail the clothing
JULIAN II *.fiCHER & CO.
l» Agent
Biiii Dor A.lf
ACkuHi
RTTH T>oo STOUT

The Fe'fection cf
Bottled Beers,
To be obtained of all the
Friooipal Dealers,

bargains
IN
Watches & Jewellery
I HE unde signed begs to inform hi
numerous friends end Otufomen
that be has just i panel up his dig
o TjeigT.ment cf
CHRISTMAS GOODS
cm on get which is a splendid lot of
OHEAP WATCHES.
Worth double the prices st which they
are mtu feed.
JEWELLERY 1 JEWELLERY n
Uomptisicg Gentlemen’s Gold snd Silver
Albeit Chains. Lsdies Queen Qhuu,
Gold and f?i vtr Gbtdns, Gold Lm
fcaiuly Pine, Brccohea, Ssniugs, Fio|«
Bings, Bracelets,
ELECTRO FLATKO WABE-SUm
Hcuvenir, Tea Spoons, Boldtsri si lie
Qureu, quite a novelty, ana ncmenWt
..ther articles merked down at priofik
defy Ocmpetition—Call early ustiiat
if lytu wieh to secure teme of thw
Exceptional Bargains,
J, ADHEMAB PBBBZ,
Watch Maker & Jeweller.
Corner cf Queen & Roderick Street*,
Pori-cf-Spaiu—Opposite W. 0- B(B8
& 00.
NOIIOU.
V' OT CE is hereby given thst «
i-1 pa 1 tnersbip business csnied on sj
to this day between •Julia* 1 aw}
Archer, Olemont Frauds Cere m
AlUirS, 0 ry Davies ur.dol tbs ityi* <*
tiLin of Julian B. ARtaaß * so,, #*
been uieoived ee Irun tbi* nay; and kA
the urn. will be t *ed on by tbs »
Juii.u Henry Archer snuAlbert W
Davies under the u>me style ot Bra
Julian H.Abcher&Uc, „
Dated at Port, 01-cpain, Win MOVSCr
bar, 1900.
J ULIAN H. ABOHIB A 00,
FOB SALE YEBX OHEAP
HE Lane’s Low Bed
Circular Saw Mill wtin
eat ioog And Patent M
One 24 moil Double J-uilso*,
ilaner *nd Matcher, Gi
Steel r iD « Xi j£blSs
Belting and other Minor
appliances for or * ole J' u “A® a e»wto| <*
Efficient as regards
Heavy SS +
and Grooving, Moulding,
Apply M
Ull CHAB.
M-U Hi Ogsis^
FOB SALE.
AN e.tgiut Ameiioai'
/* new and a site, sifcng An«^
Apbiy at
Mrs. VON BAODlft
6 Wdlibl* 00 T *
NOTICE'
f'OR INVESIMKNIS.
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.j NEWLY 6
cool and b«a **£
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The PoBT-cF-BF*fU °f?*S (• Mt
end published ever*
Sauvagere at Ho.
of Spain Trinidad, EJV ** f»
nloaiioDs, AdmnM®**"
reoo*lT*d.