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Port of Spain gazette

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

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Began Sept. 21, 1825.
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-no. 22427 (June 30, 1956).
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THE
PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE.

No. 4,971 VOL. XX.

ADAMSON’S
property register
OFFICES FOR BENT.
OVER the stores of M< ssrs Garold &
goharer facire South Quay and
OhsooD Street. Very cool and airy;
oca writable for a OocsuTs office Rent
my aheap.
for baie—a bargain.
Beautifully situated Bonding lot
loßweeft Briar Road BtOlalr cor cortslniog
tslniog cortslniog 15,000 iquare feet—Terms
moderate.
FOR BENT.
MELVILLE COTTAGE now cocupted
In by Thoa. Boyd Eiq- corner of
Qareoo* and Barraok Streets —Posset-
doß Possetdoß 16th Pear-, 1900.
FOR RENT RENTPOTTAGE
POTTAGE RENTPOTTAGE situate at corner of Circular
V Rood and Daioeul’s Lano Balmont,
aonprfsitg Drawing, Dinlr g and 8 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, front and side galleties, stable
seaorib'odatlon aid usual out cilices,
lanc'dl«ds possession.
t
WANTED.
A GOOD house csrr the Ba»anna.
Aoout three bedrooms end usual
eat offioas and stablea- About $49 or
NO pas month.
1
tap
i
see our
f
iSPECIMENS
of;
TOMBSTOHBS,
CALL AT
ADAMSON’S.
Sown strut-Pan of tfoata

I iqi 1
m f % 11. p
1
; Jfm is not 1
OUR Busitesa nattbod B
H \ to persirfectly pester and P
- ft 4 - piers you to buy articles ||
H 1 I*l ft / Hno poulblo ute to II
~ 1 IV jcu-rimply for the eeko is
â–  K Il It l IT of cur Gierke moking s j$
mm |V It 411 good " S*!o” beooufo we S
â–  f 4 Til! it a TREMENDOUS 5
â–  |f% F UISAN'CE- Wo detect tueh Si
a t M fco irh praotico. Wo have to do It B
lg 1 / 7/ f in m'derption beeau’o it Is but'neea
1 yJr but wo do not want (and it b*s Hf
y M newer been our practice) to have ||
B ml cur Customers to often wende. why S
| / they are being passed to buy Goode
a i (ffjted In preference to what they |
y # / . hav* asked for simply to make a
B aft “ Sale.” This we are proud to p
y Mil state has newer happened in our g
r g I etcre, When we offer an article et jp
g get. I reduced price—we do cot effar old fe
B r // I Stock criubblehfsa shop worn goods H
V if I and old strek are treated under
I ?y I another heading) what wo offer are H
4\ V bright new goods—no clouded Glass- £
WRro e ® 6 per cec t. abowe oost B
which can newer be made brignJiand
#re B disappointment. Our offar'rgs B
g are genuine—STAßTLlNG—beccuee they appear impossible when oom-
B pared with prices charged by etbero.
g A LARGE SHIPMENT OF g
I CROGKERY WARE TO HAND M
B In Dkhos, Pistes, Soup Turcona, (Jupa and Stucerr, Mugs, Baled Bowls etc. H
jy oto. aid all at cur csutl low prloor,
H A GRIND DISPLAY OF GLASSWARE Id pluln and eiqu'aite Gold
G’acs juss wfcat ycu reed fer the eom'Dg Holiday Season,
B :c: â– 
I TOYS. TOYF. T oY?, DOLLP. DOLLS. â– 
BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, XMAB PREBENTB,
ffi NEW YEAR PRESENTS. XMAS CARDS, â– 
NEW YEAR CARDS,
ordPi large BS3ortmoi-S c! Hcuceh:!d Arfiolcs,
B Cop'l Varnish. Enamel Pain's, acl Tutpenline- B
* ALL GOING CHEAP AT ®
“ IHB 44 IBOBBAjILB ” I
M GEORGE Dr GAMA & Co b
g No, 0, Frederick Street. g
VA = M;

The Im&u Benefit Sooiety in the West Indies
The Sunbeam Benefit Society, Ltd.
You may suffer from ILLNESS,
You may meet with and AOOIDENT,
an you mcbis face DEATH.
Pclides giving psotection in the** different ciroumstauoes are Issued by the
Scdoty, st a weekly premium of SIX -""tNTS and Upwards.
Special policies to Professional ireu, tilerks and others iusuitag £2 10 0 week:/
iu cose of Illness or Aooidcnt, £25 a*. Death.
Ftnont reridir# in tfii Country dutrict* having no brmal agtnt are invited to
corretpond with the Society.
Interest paid Annusliy to all Policy holders not baring drawn benefits during
the preceding twelve months.
Over 8000 claims have been paid in Trinidad,
Every Information afforded to those deal ring to beooms Polioy holders.
A. HANSON --Secretary & Manager.
NOTE—The Society is always pieptredjto employ capable, honest and industrious
men ss Agents,

N A TIO N A L
#iinmice Coy.
OF IRELAND
KmBUSHBI).... 1831
Capital .. —£1,000,000
Fuwdb (over) ... 600,000
Hbad Orrios —3 Collate Greon, Dublin
The undersigned having been
appointed Asest and Attobnkv for
the FIRE DEPARTMENT, iu pre prepared
pared prepared to acoept Bisks at Ourrent
Rates.
FRED S. BOOTT,
4,8 t Vincent Bt., Port-of-Spain.
Telephone—l 26
FOR BALE-A BARGAIN.
One Soda Machine
By a CHAPELLb
Complete and in good working order
Apply at 18 Upper Priase 8t

YOU CAN SET
HIGHOLABB
Portraiture
OCXS AT zai
UP-TO-DATE PHOTO GALLERY,
M CiHABLOTTK f.TRBRT- Port Portof-Bpafn.
of-Bpafn. Portof-Bpafn.
L> A • GEQFRQY,
N, B—The hlochlo Tram Cm drupi
yon at tho entrance
FOB SALE-
A COTTAGE on Belmont Circuitr
with all ocnwealonces for a family,
FOB RENT,
A Fraall Cottage on Bscslller Lends
A, M. GAMPS.
13th Now.

TRINIDAD, SUNDAY DECEMBER 2. lliOO

TRINIDAD
Building and Loan Association,
No. Sa MAUDS! SQUARE, F.
I OAN Meeting will bo held in the
I*. Office (f the Aasodition on t! > fir,'
TUESDAY <;I over morth to rocD?o
l> , w far
LOANS ON PROPERTIES,
And fix ti he rate of premiums,
LOANS ON SHARES
May be applied for and grented t)
members et scy lime without
fcimality at 8 per cent intorest per
annum, without premium.
For further particulars epply to t % c
undersigned, at tho office, between ihe
buurs of 8 a.m. and 4 p-m.
ALEX. F MATHISON,
Secretary and Treasurer.

THE
CO-OPERATIVE ICE DEPOT,
East [Dry Biver, Quarry St.
Ice at all Hours
lc. Pliiß POUND,
Sold by
A. GONZALES.
ob D bite Bng&r 8e per lb, DC
Blendod Tea 8, per pkts,
Ph lolrg Sugar 12c per lb ”
Uotron Pea!, Jams, Frolta in .x 3
a. Syrup O
° Biaouiif. Potted Muatr,,
St. Julien Wine, St on
cm and Vio Grans, Yotii Hama, ®
Roast Mutton. Bci:jd Beof,
n O/eterr, Balm-r, K'tpored £.
Hcrtlogc
Uj Herrings a ia Saidicee, Petite o
fij Boip, S-
Lj Haricots, Verts, Beet §
(X) Carrots, jj
_•< Capers, Gliwes, Pickles White *
b“* end Black Pepper
CC m
C 3 ALSO >â– 
O , Gas field Tee. Female Corrective pa pa-2
-2 pa-2 Horh n
rn Herbals imokiug Mixture, Gooa K ' s
23 Kola Wine w
m Wampole’e Bsef, Iron and Wine
gs Wampole’e G. L. OH S
U 4 doott llmuleion and Kepler OL
05 OU with malt extract, “
AT
F, A. BiIUN^ON,
Druggist.
Cor. of Park & Charlotte Stra.
Port of Spain,
THE
People’s Pharmacy.
BT. ANN’S ROAD.
Just tbe place where your prescrip prescriptions
tions prescriptions will be rccurately dispensed
by a oompcHut lioensed druggist
witit the pmest ai d freshest drugs
25 per cent, cheaper than elsewhere-
New don’t fail to lake advantago of
this end bring in your preeoriptlons.
FRRHH BHITMENTB OF
DRUGS & CHEMICALS
Received every month.
Just received per s. «, *’ Ccamo ”
Canadian Healing Oil, Oanadlan
Pain Destroyer, Holloway’s Corn
Cure, Bicklt’s Hyrup Ac. Wo always
keep in stock a large assortment of
Toilet Requisites at prices which
defy competition. We expect shortly
a largo and varied shipment of
Groceries for the curing Christmas
Season which wo will dispose of at
our usual cheap rate.
THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY
St. Ann's Road.
24.11-1900.

Simply Startling
—
Mb, BKEOCII b»3 Mirrv.pi,:, ’ llmftif
in buying ihia yesr ail k ! > d? of
NOVELTIES
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
At prioaa never beforo offered to fbo
TRINIDAD PUBLIC.
...-OCO
Beautiful Mercerised Sateens,
Regular 300. goods at 120.
WHIaE MUSLINB and Piques at letm than original ocal ; all fibadee In
BILKB, SATINB & RIBBONS,
Lovely Art & Ifapefy Muslids,
I
HATS, FIOWEBB, FEATHERS in galore.
PARASOLS, PARASOLS, PARASOLS.
Large Centre Carpet?, Bjfa Rage, &o. Lsooh, lusortlona,
Cambric aud Mueliu Embrold.iries, Lloons, Ojßai?, Sheet Sheetings,
ings, Sheetings, Drills, Prints, Borgon, Tweeds, Coalings, Fianuels, o»a
EVERYTHING CHEAPEST IN THE ISLAND.
skeoch & co.
Fitblic Bern factors an l Frlends cf the Boor.
•emtmrmi v o-z/ va—rnurar.maw vmr.t orsmm*-seramt i« m-* •»«**> • •• . »■- mm** *eear^m
lews for
LAND FOIL RENT OMAP.
mmmmamm OOC
Ihe Estate known as Laventille
Situated about one and a 'half mile from tbe
Oity, aud oomprUiug over
3CO ACRES OF MOST FERTILE LAND,
(ALL)FACING BT. JUAN*B ROAD)
Will bo rented out in lot. 100 feet x 60 feet. These land* are now plant-id I n
oooouutn, fruit tree* of all detoripiioa and para and guinea great. An opportunity
ie now r/fered the Induatrioua man or woman to obtala at e cheap rental lota of
laud wh oh may bo converted into paying regetable gardone and email bomee tkoreoo.
for further particular* apply to
f. 4. 4Z4, —BrnnaFiok Square.
Ifth July, 1900,

COGONUTB BOUGHT
Fully ripe aod Bound Cocoa Cocoanuts
nuts Cocoanuts bought at
THE TRINIDAD OIL FACTORY
ON TUI
LA BASS El
IST CASH ON DELIVERY
o*o TO
Ross's Warehouse
KING STREET
FOR—
Bargains

nL„_ O
trm lIHIBiS
—AND— —ANDGODLEN
GODLEN —ANDGODLEN FLEECE
TOBAGOOS.
Are cow "exjeptionally good, and
will continue to be ic.
BOTH BBANO3 OF TOBACCO
are now put up iu !Loz. tins,
in addition to the usual 4 oh.
tins that they have hitherto
been p&oked in.
Give the ti o*. Tins a trial n,
you wiU like them

DAILY 2 GEN S

We Care
for Quality
BUT, A'. A BUY Ell,
YOU CARS
FOR PRICK,
IN
W&verley Bicycles
Yon bhra a combination nf bollft
Trwe wa are c’oarirg oaS oi |„nw
which brfcg them wuhia the ra:?ge ol a
very
HANDSOME CHRISTMAS PRESENT
at amall coif. No vla y.ur Uao I > treat
Wifa, Sweetheart or Daughter.
and put them In good humour
for the whole ot the ocmitif
Oocturt.
YOU’LL BUY THINGi CHEAP
AT
Arnott, Lambic & Uo,
Oid Bank Building, Sc' -Ling 91.
Telephone lod.
GOVEIiNMENT fIOTiOES
TBNDEBB.
For Supplying the Immigration Depot,
Fi vo Manila with water during th J
year 1901.
rN vi’ti ci adreitl,*merit la Royal
i-J Qu/.atto i7,h N-v>rb>r U*o3.
l> a i c r csivi ; I‘oudna roan on
'I. urad-.j. "NHh December DO). Turin a
n : itiot.a o’ 0 )Dl;»or cjn fa ,j.
iff d on c; piicati n \i t! a P.otojtor ol
I vt migrant*.
BUBUiiUAti ;â–  ATEIi KAThS,
Belmont sad Wcodbrook
1 SOU-19 )l
I'UK above RATES &i*.• n.w (t-yabla
â–  ftt the Oaioolal Tr vu y and will ha
reoeivci asst : i Lhe 111,!;'f.oeeihor 1900,
after which date there le.ralnlog unpdd
wiii ho over t -. 0 & vrabal lot
oolle’V. a
DAVID H. HORBFORD,
li'Ovi.tr General.
lioouive? Uenucal’a Office,
6th November, 1900.
I I i,r -I ,1— , , - ! II atm
TEN DEBS
For/Jhe.heaee of Government Land* in\tM
Montterrat Ward.
HiTG of adrertUemarit ia *• Royal
Gazette" giving term, and oondl*
tloca cf o'etraot, titish (J :tobor, I'JOO*
Dale for (ooeitug Tmulora, noon on
Friday d’Jth November, 1900.
UORT-OF SPAIN WATER ItATBI
1900-1901.
THE above rate* are now paytb'e'st
the Cokulal Treatury aud will b«
reoeivod until tfco 3lat Dooembor 1900,
alter which datothoce romalni n g unpaid
will bo handed ever to tha Marabal for
ccUeotiou.
DAVID U. HOIIEFORD,
U'coivor-Gener«l,
Receiver Utnerai’a Oft!c*\
17th October, l SOU,
FOR SALE.
MB3SDAGE aoil LANDS N/vll*
Ki g Eirse!, Pott of Spalo, A >pl/
10 Ui< L AMOOB
m Jfcitot,
No 37 yooe:i Hfcwet. Fo r » of Spate
WANTED
TWO or three Ounvogsera. Payment
by coratuisaion. Only thoee wil willing
ling willing to work hard and peraietently
coed apply- Apply Sunbeam Benefit
S« iety Ltd.



2

Seh» .«ener & Go's *
LUMBER YARD
*3* HOW LANDING
EX SCHOONER TRADER
? OM LIVERPOOL, N t ß,
———ooo— —**
95,000 F, , WHITE PINE BOARD
27,000 SPRUCE BOARDS
122,000 ,
Which we offer tkoap a3 usual, Also a largo lot of
BARBADOS WHITE JLIMiS.
HOfIOSHER & CO’S
Lumber Yard,
Opposite Railway Station.
THE
fey Mai'cta System.
you, but a bona fide e ; u-y system,
CLOCKS, ELECT 110-PLATE,
Watehas, Swing Chairs,
HinYULES,
_ Bold upon a eyslcm that is ecey to approved parties,
For Household Goods, Adornmenis&o.
First oensuß only the
Cosmojoi utnli'paci Jly tump my,
, J. L. STEELE,
28, Qaeo” —— i—a—> Mtmn iriii win in ir'TWmr •‘Tr-r~-inr~ii r jmrnaeuvmir
-w ’.SIK. twta
Pia ft'- â–  / V ai s eh ouse,
, "('â– â– â– â–  !
; I â–  . ,G'SS, Pianos I
» A ..... .--A-sS • ' ,JV • *
i -S> â–  ~
' |Hm PJJOOT
* csvans.
k , • ■ W/Z ■ ,
hf-: ® 7 ' ; Vi
' i £LrMH OAL
‘ task as Guitars.
•ojo*, Tlallai, MsadoUng,’*«., Its sbuadsus*, ; 90 d, »l* < all the la or* Benia
*na Vocal tfuiL-.jj
te * tom «a tagjrt WABanopsa m to tbs intsmt* of the Bsunea! community,
TUNING AND REPAIRING—A SPECIALITY.
H STRONGS —19 Freler’ok Street,
>aMiaiAiLM-*iwil'Mi iaa,.mutt. <“**...*■ —. Imn iniini» khlh
Photographic Plates
AND
PRINTING OUT PAiMfiKS
ALSO
DEVELOPING AGENTS Exo, B uch a* ;

Fyro,
Boda Crystals
Boda Sulphite
None Acid
Qttiuol
. Oaustic Boua
Ammonia Solution bdU
. '/

' Books (or PHARMACEUTICAL BTUDKNTS, l,desk edition.
THE BRITISH PHARMACOPOEIA 1898.
byU«i'u MfOcUip : t-. he _>• )*1 l aj T. fl pj,...
macopoeia: M : r. ij.i ami W. Uc >
, f AT
*Zlik .

Alum
Po atfcium OxnlftSe
Hypo
Ammonium Bromide
Potas U rbor- i! 3
Ohclorida of Gold
Ammonium Sniphooyanide etc.

I lift POUT OP SPAIN OA&BTr& SUNDAY. DECEMBER 2 IBOQ

A SPLENDID
Venezuelan Mule
FOR SALE BY
Sehoener & Go.
SOUTH QUAY.
miraini nr r Tffniwrr w ’ iiwar'iiiiiwiii wiii riiiiviiii ■mm in u i n "'"**
rWE HAVE GOT LEATHER TO SELL
And wa mean to sell it to. We have
always ecid LEATHER and the more
we sell the mare wf? want to asU.
Wo row bog to lets the public know that we are continually recoiving
both from Europe and America fresh shipments of
W$ have’.made a special study of w etasa m mm*a a a **ssa gp*.
the leather trade, I p |% 1 || | BjJ
Ou* prices oau't bs beat, 11 & :x % * |J | | |
WE LEAD IN THIS LINE,
and which make the finest assortment ever shown
in Trinidad,—TO GEE IS TO BUY.
BROTHERS'
Is THa Right Broun fob Lisateeb.
SHOE-MAKERS, SADDLERS, BOOK-BINDERS.
We haveJLEATHER of orcry kind to suit you. Leather for Uppers. Leather Jifor
Solea. Leather for Lining. Leather for Slippers. Loathor for Fancy Work.
Leather Pc Bolts.
LEATHER fOIi HARNESS, LEATHER FOR CARRIAGES.
In fact groat varieties of LEATHER are te be found at GONZALES’
Evoryc-ne who desla in Leather, or make* up leather in any form are invited
to o -il and aoa the NOVELTIES IN Lb 4THSR now displayed at our Store,
35, Frederick Street,
KEM.EMB.GI4 i GONZALES FOE LEATHER.
EX BASQUE
“ SAYRE ”
FiiOM NEW YOBK.

225 Brie Bakers’ FLOUR:
100 bids Jones’ Gupodatlro
£5 do Supremo
ICO do G-iidMc ’al
1,1C3 bils No. i EXTRA FLOUR:
600 brla Knickerbocker
250 da Bt LiWiencs
258 do
2 U4l w l av. a ri X Vi\ A FLOUR:
760 brls West India Boiie
1,409 do Bower’s A l
895 do Io ianQ ieoa
200 Bra GORHME4L-Geldeu Maiso
800 do Breed—Hcrria’
60 do n.ackera do
£7O do Split
£OO Bags Yelicw Corn
100 do Bran- DO lbs.
1,000 do Oilmeal—Glbb'a
2.0C0 dc Heevy Canadian Oats
200 Brie Ngrth’s Clear Pork F.acks-
G!r,bo

—* Also
114,937 ft, Bough W.P. BOARDS
81,970 „ Dressed do do G & T Planed 2 Sides
25,720 ~ do do do Planed 2 Sides and 2 edges
FOBS SALE BY °
JULIAN H AECHEK & Oo
Port-cf-Spsio, Sou ill Qiay,
â– .-- * _

DSPM, PARLOUS,
No, U Frel*r> 1 Strut, appetite Mr.
‘'•fit/1 >Y tts'-f,
7BlBfC0«« Sc. Id.
BE. c. H, DALY, D D,3,
Fxar»trtlo« of Te.;th and cs?;o* opera*
Uon« ipm formed without paiu by
approved
iAnsasiliotio Hyrtem.
Personally selected Teath for Artificial
Dentn .es, Gold ar.d BLvor Gtoppiugj
gnuantsed tvnd at
RI3ABONAI3LM J9RIOBG,

BALK FOR TUESDAY THE 18th
DECEMBER 1900-
? iUISLK) NOTICE io hereby nlvr.n that
*•• under nr:d ty virtue of the Statutory
Power cf Palo conferred upon Mortgatets
by tho Oonvejaccias and Liw cf Pr< *
. orty Ortippno *» IFHI and by virtue cf
Dee.: Petm.- 2Ub J • nary '.BBHK%Utered
na No lt>7 IV toe-1 cl Beads for that ye§r
end raa ‘8 between Angela Negor.l cf tb«
w e (sicc j decoi eod ) ami Hairet
Eckstein (also mui«* .IfomooJ) f iho other
part, the . o will bo put up for rale by
Public Audit a hr the undtmigcod at the
M it Nc. 2 St, Vincent Street Port-of-
S rtu r.n iuesday the IS h December
!BCO between tha hears rs cna aud two
cf the deck in tho afternoon.
Ail sr.l Singulxr thßt certain parod of
la: d nut tho uvefu- r, thereon known so
lot N >. ICS Gu.uit.jv! etretit io Iho Town
of A riii’" on.! a butt i on tho North upon
• let Nco', ■ on* t o i Ou*:.avu iKiout. East cn
a lot of lard f . iocgitg to one Jean
l'ie-ro Ay nr ai .d on tty West on lamls
I id cf one Leon Oanteni but row b*-
'•»»’«* ' t 1 to Geor 9 ,Tx< kcr fcrwioever
II ■ ■ » » i 'u b . cr bounded
t-R" ' " e.lth the arpurtevsneos tbsrdo
telcrgiig.
Dated tl U IW-U d y cf Fovembar 19C0
t»|d) FRED, Bto. bUOTT,
Auctioneer,

15 brls do Narrow Salt Spare
Nibs
10 do do Pigtails
60 hi' brla Family Beef— Haiste*^
& 00.
50 do d'- -cu ao —Turtle Bay
ou wsaas Pu o L^rd—4-25!h tins—
V R & Co.
20 do do do —2O s!’j tins— tins-0
-0 tins-0 II & Oo
23 do co —l-25 lb tins—
Ivory
53 do do-4-25 lb tics—
Star
100 do Salmon—Alaska
1 SCO do Kercaiae Oil—Hcmel'ghi— Oil—Hcmel'ghi-150
-150 Oil—Hcmel'ghi-150 P Teal
4 do Sctlee-400 lbs each
4 do do —COO lbs do
2 do do —BOO iba da
2 do do —I,OOO Iba do
9 do Wrapper Tobacco—2oo lbs ea

I Revolver Stout
j *
I Revolver Stout.
4
Not only the meet stimulating, but
; also tho most nourishing STOUT,
cold on this Market.
! Brewed in Scotland from the purest
Malt t fc Hops only, and matured in
Wood for 18 months to 2 years
before being bottled
Bijwara of imitations
ABil FOR
REVOLVER STOUT
AND BEE THAT YOIHGET IT.
Many Spurious and Worthless
imitations are being cllored to the
Public, by uasorupulous shop shopkeepers,
keepers, shopkeepers, and ou the 7ib November,
a shopkeeper wsb convicted before
the Magistrate of Port of Spain for
bottling off Ocmmon Stout in bottles
bearing the " Revolver Stoat" label
and selling same as the genuine
article, and a fleo of £lO or two
months imprisonment wag indicted.
NOTICE.
A REWARD OP SIOO
wiii bo paid to giving such
information as will lead to the con conviction
viction conviction cf any parson or . persons,
bottling oh inferior rubbish, and
palming off same on the public ss
*' Revolver Stout."
"Revolver Stout" can be ob obtn.ned
tn.ned obtn.ned in barrels containing 7 doz
lints or 1 dez, Quarts, from all
Dealers, and by retail of all respect*
ab!o Bh:pkeepeis, or Wholesale of
RUsT, TROWBRIDGE & CO.,
Sc’o Agents for Trinidad,
t bacon Street,
12;h Nov?., I9UU,

mi
Trinidad Brewery Co. Limits,
TBI following U tbs SoveratasD* report agoa CAKNON
BTOUTThis earaple has an original gravity of 1072. The S:oui ia
of GOOD QUALITY, PURE and WHOLESOME ”
After careful teste it waa decided to use only GANNON STOUT at »h
Medical and other Government lostitctions, and the Tenders for 1901
called for nothing else.
CANNON STOUT is sold In barrels of 7 dozen pints at $5 50 or in
bandy bcxes of 3 dczen pints at $2 70. These can be obtained at Messrs.
Haley & Co., Haynes & Op., E H. Rspjey, E. Tripp & Or; J. P. Beis
and BtmcUrd Grocery or through any dealer.
The Company is also putting on the market an extre, well matured
Stout called IMPERIAL STOUT at $6 per case of 7 dcz’n. Specially
reoommended for family use.
THE THINIDAD BREWERY CO. LIMITED.
MacKenzie and Kirton,
GENERAL COMMISSION A ESTATES AGENTS,
Have just reoeived and offer for
sale a fresh shipment of
HOSIER’S WIENER BEER
Also another lot of our
AMERICAN ROAD CARTS
Os specially strong make, and
ONE FOUR-SEATED ENGLISH BOG CART.

Nestle’ s Milk
THE RICHEST IN CREAM.
Babies Thrive on it.
ONE UNIFORM QUALITY.
THAT QUALITY THE BEET.
Why not ask your Grooer for Ne3tle’s and insist on getting
it. It costa no more and is the best.

They Como, They Gome.
Our second shipment of
Christmas Goods
Hse juafc been received including
ENGLISH HAMS. CHEESE.
SAUSAGES, POTTED MEATS.
Pickle*, Dates, Raisins, &c., &c.
The ONLa CHRISTMAS ending a Century which we
rid bjo, therotern upend a RIGHT ROYAL ORIBTMAB
by buying your Geode at
THE ROYAL PHARMACY.
(41, Charlotte Street.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.

M Arrivals, M Arrivals,
THIS WEEK FOB THE
Trinidad Fharmaey
HAMS, I-±A3VIS.
EDAM CHEESES & iABLE BUTTER,
JAMS & CURRANTS in oases,
shi&l AiMomm & mm.
HUNTLEY & PALMEBB HIBGUITB (assorted)
rA 8 C all* 6 CON JbEOI ION EK Y .
Ports, Madeira and Bkerriea,
Haul Sauternts and Graven.
ViM x»iss 3aaast.<»»jaA.o.
Wholesale Puyera vlall the
m
TRINIDAD PHARMACY,
QtU. 0. DIKFFENTHALLkB,—Manager, M ' K '°*

4 *a-a m ;
Produce
’ '■ ■
l xcbange
as, making square
finite S’.SPAIN. *
ALL /iUuilON SALEB
AT 1 P'M'
UNLESS ADVERTISED.
THE ucdoreigroi hae been instructed
* S8 4 b I L i üb; 0 Auction alt Ijl
R * *f*wthad bekw fee the benefit S
pKdee owicernoi. l aail cssca Ui ‘
5555£i.“ , " ,,, -«SS
SALE BY AUCTION
ELEQTRO PLiTED WARE itin
FANCY GOODj 0
On cr about D3oemfcor 3rd a cnnuHn.
acenb of English Fancy Food*, l 2
plated Waro, China Tee Seta, vJH
Casoa Fieh Knives and For>e eta,, et«
(full details later ) '
Fiwt List foi* Privit*
Sales:
No.
601— A CARRIAGE HOB3E-qal*t in
tiogle or double harness.
602 A BAY GELDING -15 hands-
Goocl aotioD. Qniet ia harnesa,
£O3—A MULE—inediom alee- Good
Draught.
605—A PONY—2J yourr—a Bay—quiet
Tea barueaa or eaddk.
Vehicles.
101—AN ARMSTRONG BOGGY with
rumble, newly jmlntcd. & repair od.
104-A HEAR-E—in first decs crd 106— crd and now ia urn:
IC6 A GOVERNS Id OARl!-Light,
•trorg and in first class order:
107— A CAB goatee for 4—in good
condition.
108— A VICTORIA - Almost ce» -
Light and in fino order, Oreola
built
110-SNGLE BCGGY-Seeted for 2-
Kicr i> tirxf iVui. ujs —A
turn out ia fine order.
11l GlG—Sooted for two, Nearly new
AUCTION SALE
—IE -
FANCY XMAS GOODS.
ELECTRO - PLATED WARE (all
new Gaods)
On Friday, Deor, 7th 1900,
AT 1 P,M.
At tha Saleroom of the Produoe Ex Exchange.
change. Exchange. Oa riew 6!h and 6th Deo-
This ea’a will bo from 1 to 3 p.m.
THREE Matting Bamboo Tea Table*,
Japan, eo Bamboo Tea Tables,
Japanese Fancy Tab’er, Bamboo Tripod
Plant Stands with Vases, Orermentk*
* ; lh minors, Fancy Plant Stand with
lario vsser, Bamboo Wall Braoketi.
Bamboo Whatccte, Vsrea. Bnsla Mid
Fancy B it:. Tea Se t- Impsrfal; *N
Sets—Rr.ebf-ji-y
ELEJTMO-ELATE - Oruets (Bmk
feet), tiosm end Sugar Stands, Oaks
Trav (hand painted Worcester W* a).
Putter D shea—Crystal in EP Frames,
Jelly Disbea do do do
C’bie Jelly Dishes do no
Sardine Strror Jo do do
Dinirg Cruets (5 bottles), Farcy Hand
Painted P. rce;ai« P«FP«
Worcester Waif, H»nd»psii tad Blima'
Jar, 1 Co.oe Firh Knives sid Fak'-Mt
of six in oik cr.e, 1 tft.e Fish j >W»
and Fo ka-eet U six incekci,»
Terms Cash I
J RDBCELL.MOHRAI.
SIXTH
Live Stock S&k
Tuesday, 4th Feor„ 190°'
(Particulars later )
AUCTION SALE
OK
Liv* btook & OasfM*
Tuesday, 4th
o N ,f.
IPMT.IH— nMtHW yg.
Produoa Backer sndAW****
Auctlon Sale*
or
FU RNJTUR r r—
— r— on
Wednesday, sth Deer., 1909,
At the Sale LOOM otfo
Produce Exchange
DETAILS LATER.



TOYS, GAMES.
DOLLS-CDUESSRD AND UNDRESSED)
Musical Boxes, Chinese Lanterns.
CHILDRENS’ SWINGS AND SWINGIRfi CHAIRS.
Vhistlcs Qustrca ,
Flutes Guitsrs )
Flageolets Violins Wo hare these instruments as toy* wa oan
Piccolos Concert inss . also show the real high class musical iurtru-
F.fes Malodcons moot at a low price.
Drum* Tmbouine* j
Auto Harps. j
Ohildracs’ B'cyoles and Tricyalre, Cuokco ar. 1 Masifißl,Clocks, Dolls Foramlulators with Leather
Hoods and Rubber Tyros, Dolls go Car’s—lkokxg Hones several sizes, Do'la Trucks Sited with
Trousseau, Garden Seta, Sailing Boats 6c and upwards,
hOOCX
CRICKETING GOODS A fine new stock Ico’uding several noveltler:
2 only left of Young ladies Writing Desks to suit Misses from 8 to 13 years old
Footballs, Tennis Balk, Rubber Balls, Ohilctens Reins for Playiug horses ia Leather with 8 large
bolls only 600 each. Our Show gets more interesting each week as we near Xmas — you get
the kest selection by ooming early to
TTi p: BOFAM 2; A •
BUY YOUR
XMAS DRY GOODS
BOOTS & SHOES, PARIS MILINERY, TOY?, GAMES & FANCY GOODS
At Tub
BONANZA
Immense Stooke, Novelties in all Dep-rtments Lowest Frioer, Reliable GOODS.
SMITH 8808. AND GO MPAS V
DECEMBER 1900.

ICE ESTABLISHMENT
48 King Street.
C. TL. list ,*y & Co, fro prlctors.
AT THIS OLD & WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
YOU OAF, SET :
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS OF ALL KiNDS
Meat of the finest quality, to ou.‘ regular customers only,
it is not sold for cash .
hardware, house furnishing goods, earthenware
Cutlery, P fated Ware, Glassware, and many
other items toD numerous to specify.
We havo recently transferred all our Groceries, Liquor and Hardware from
No, 47 to our own premises, No. 48, wiiiro it is more compact and better
displayed, and wa will be glad if all our customers and the general
Public will inspect same at their cotiv nience .
o. Xm- nr dm o©
IOE ESTABLISHMENT.
9th Novr., 19 00-
DAVIDSON & TODD
THEi ASOADEI.
What about your» Christmas Presents
Anything Is not good enougb. Buy them while there is a
good assortment to choose from. At the Arcade you oan
bare the beet value and genuine quality at the right prioes,
Received Ex RMS. “DON.”
Choice Selection of SILVERWARE ana ELECTRO-PLATE
Extremely pretty GOODS in the very latest artistic designs.
ALSO
Lovely assortment of FANCY BASKETS
»a« Basket Ware in W.P. BASKETS, WORK BASKETS, WALL
_ POCKETS, Ac., &c.,
Ladies should cail early to see these as the iow prices at whiob
they have been marked must ensure speedy sales.
new lot of
Windsor & Newton Artistic Studies.
These are the very latest published and this lot
contains some very effective studies. Complete
stock of Artists Materials kept in stock, colours
inGobcs, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, Pencils,
Crayons, &o, &o, all at the right price 3.
Tax snaw,
l* , k® test selecticn of Toys in the island, Toys of every
Jtt , puces to suit every purchaser. All articles marked
lowest margin of profit.
davilson and todd
The Arcade,

THE FOBT OF SFAIN GAZETTE SUNDAY DECEMBER 21900

WE ARE SHOWING THE BEST VALUE
-—IN
FOOT-WEAR
OF ALL kinds and for all classes.
Gects fioe Oars or* Boots Stylish and now Shapes.
Black Satin Calf Boot printed tres a first C!a*e Dress Boot .. ~ ~ $2 00
Genfe Eigh o ! ass Bent cf Oo*e Oalf wither without tee cap, leather lined .. .. 600
Gents Wbl*o Buff Boots good comfortable rhspo with or without toe cap 4 50
Tan B- 8. Boots Pointed *ooa per pair ~ ~ 11 M a\q
A leader in Beats is ear hand town black oil! bo; t< . cod shape only .. ~ ' i>a a pair
Ladies Black Glcv'j Kid Lioa shoe fancy white very neat 84a
A much finer q"ality at ’ 1 qq
Ladles Laced Sheo cf Gliu6 Kid */ory stjlieh will wosr noil 96 0
A Better quality in this line at 3 C 8
A big shipment new coming from the Customs—Visit our BOJT STORE this week,
T_ET!£j IB O £T-AJSTZ A.. .
Now Showing in the BOOT STORE-
A NEW SHIPMENT OF
Crawford Bicycles
Yot require no better Wheel, beautifully flubbed and enamelled in Blaok, Green and Grnust with
Mudguards As. complete—Spot Clash Prlee #35,00
For Ladies and Genta r. Good reliable Wheei cn&moiled plain Black Wooden Mudgarda
EPOT CASH PRIOB #2OXO.
Monarch Chainless for Ladies Sc Gents.
GENTS EAGLE MACHINES,
Aluminum, Mudguards and Rims.
A beautifully finished light easy running wheel with the patent quad stay making a vory atrorg
machine suitable for heavy riderr. Our Spot Cash Price #6O 00.

Queen's
Park
Case
ON account of not receiving Fur*
niture Queen’a Park Oaf cot be opened on 15th as adver<
tised ; but as Boon as rsady the
public will be notified.
JOSE F, REIS’
CHERRY BRANDY.
LEADS ALT, OTHERS
FEB THAI TOO Sat
KSS* Tt\i» Qaitulnt APtlO?*,
TAKE NO OIHBS
it >a ajvamzn u
THr NEW YORK ESTABLISHMENT,
The Bichtage ui Rising Su
REIS’S GENUINE CHERRY
BRANDY.
THIS popular Oordial, besides being
used for cocktail", etc., la also used In
the making of oaken, where its fine and
aromatic flavour considerably increases
their rlohnsss.

O £% SV
SPECIAL PAINTS
Leave a glossy and perfect finish, are more lasting, have more
body and are cheaper by 2/ a Keg to any
othor Brand.
Ross’ Special Enamels 15c.
Ross' Special Varnish 12c.
BARGAINS
BEDROOM GLOBE LAMPS 24c
PARLOUH I AMPS tl 00
AT BOSS’ WAREHOUSE
KHfQBIBBEI.

JOSE F. REIS’
SANTIAGO BOUQUET
? ijjp | g
2! % §
■3 S 3 • JPISk & W
ft ® g ®
■H ® -T-: a
a
:a I g
5 1 liIiSBHWI: *
i) VL §
41jgi 1
Tie Msm nd Pipiltt Drill.
MKMMHMB
tsr ABK FOR 11.
Vo bo obtained it
Tie Eichaote tod Rltfog So
REIS'S SANTIAGO BOUQUET.
AVERY pleasant Cordial, equal to
and tar euperioHthan many higher
ptloed Liqueur*. May be used either
plain or mixed with aoda water! For
cocktail* or punch It ia onexoelied.

I THE LANCASHIRE
(188 AND WITH
insurance
Oomoany.
OAFITAL iJ3,000,000.
Paid up Capital and
Fund jG1,540,033
INSURANCES effected
against loss or damage by
fire on buildings and contents
of Warehouses, Office, Shop
and store premises and Private
Dwellings at moderate rates.
Prompt and Equitable Settle
mtnt of Loam,
Aqsmj-4 .
SMITH BROS J. UO-
The Bonanza.
Port-of-Spaia
Trimlad
B. 8. " MANZANAHEB."
qHIPPERS and the public are hereby
O notified that the 8.8. •* Manzansies’
will be withdrawn from service for clean cleaning
ing cleaning and repairs from the 20th November
to the 12th December, on which date she
will resume her Itfoerafy br fho Scuthern
route,
18th November, 1900.

THE ItiE HOUBE_ RESTAURANT-
Mena
Fpr Monday
Fresh Oysters
Beef Soap
Fried Fish
Bmod end Eggs
Tripe and Onions
Irish Stew
Harleol Veal
Motion Outlets
Motion Ohopa
Veal Collate
Fork Collets
Sirloin Steak
» Bomp Bleak
Boaat Veal
Jama, Cheese. Fruit, Coffee
Strawberry Creams (extra)
TO COUNTRY AGENTS
Tus Manner of the " Port ol Hpain
Gaastte ' will ba much cb i;ed If country
Agents for the Paper will kindly send la
thrlr scorunts of sales from 12th to 30th
November rssoou as pcjslble,
LATKST NEWsImOM
ABROAD
By West India k' Fanama Telegraph
Co. Limited
New York, Deer lit.
London news aonoucoo that subscrip subscriptions
tions subscriptions fes the three million sterling three
per cent Exchequer bonds for war
expenses egg-egat'd 0,230,5C0 pounds,
and that they were awarded at an ever*
age of nicety eight pounds four shilling*
Yho War Office anncncoe that Lord
Boterts bas transferred bis command to
Lord Kitchener, who is qualified to
rcoelva it by hi* promotion to Lieut
General with the icoal reck of General,
Nowcpaper editorials generally renew
their thanks to Lord Bobers with some
emotion end add that Lord Kitobene
must not be hampered, The •' Morning
Poet 1 ’ states tbs Ibe needs from forty to
fifty thousand men.

Bine k Bed Bayeti de Pellona
For Oobijos in Blue and Bed.
TURKEY RED COTTON ALL PRICES •
French Cuts a Grand Lot at 48c.
Margarita Hammocks largo sizes a $6 SB, $lO sl2, Pyjama Suits
well made 900 and upwards. Job lot of Fancy Colored Piques about
130 pieces at So, 10c, a yard, Double Width Dres3 Goods all good and
new shades splendid value at 15c, 180, 20c, 24c,
FSILLINGS—A new le* of Novelties In thcai Goods hi white and eolerr.
TWEEDS for Ladies Bklrte at .. .. ~ ~ ~ 21c a yard
Uuiou Shirting in Pieda G;ey scot sir.pee and checks for T., j ia% tuitn &i at 120, i/50. 20c, A 80s
A new Stock of "0.0 Ml range cf Prices,
THE BONANZA.
New Dry Goods now being marked off will be on show Monday.
INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING
A large shipment of Embroidsr.ee all widths, ell prices, ail good value
Ladies Straw hate a lovoljr lot new and Stylish shapes
Milk White Fancy Sailor shapes Black Silk Ribbons very stylish
1R Q p "T”AiI our regular makoi cl white Corsets from 40 cents upwards eaoh
V visvta I Uu« turn out tetter value then ever.
A Splendid line of Welsh Flannel at only 12 cents a yard.
Blue and Grey and Brown Oxfords at Co a big lot,
Job lot of Plain and Fanoy Zephyrs these in the ordinary way are worth IJo A 150 selling at So
Valance Lsoe Nets at sc, Br, ltiu A 12c a yard
Peraisn Lawns at 120 A ]so—lndian Limon at .. 14c a yard 7
All BhaJes in Meltors at 240 a yard—While Linen Ducks at .. 3Co, 360 A 400
Corded and Flowered Muslin very pretty and new styles ... liio a yard
Ladies Shot Silk Parasols, Silk faciei whargre orocb and plain handles
these are the height of fashion .. .. .. ~ SI.BO
A good line at fl 40 with Cherry Wood handies. Black Parasols a full range eli Prices—
Genie Umbrellas a big shipment of cur regular value io eaoh prloe.

Tho *• StaPeft ’ says that
with the Boors through rullltar/sgenN
are liable to misconstruction, hence S r
A ired Milner or other c.-ill ,na should
tre? t with ihem to avoid harshress, and
adds that General Liuie Both* and
Commandant Dewet should havo seats
iu the Legislature from the beginning If
they will ceaeo operations from whloh
England ia toeing in every wa?
A despatch states that Sir Alfred
Mi'nsr warns the refugees not to return
and declines to fix a date
Other Eou'h African nows states that
Commandant Dolaroy is rounded by
three brigades, tut la still fighting new
Belfast,
GjrerrJn French and Ch maats bare
surrounded Commandant Vlljcon nc*r
Krugorsdo p and General L uia Both*
ia tsjli.g t? j ;li ex President Steyu and
Ooimnsnasnt Dewet naar Carolina,
Despatches from Paris report that tha
Set ate has unanimously adopted a roso.
lutlon of spmpathy with - l lr K(uge r ,
The death lr> Paris fa annouoood of Mr
Oscar Wilde from Menigfttr, Shortly
before his doafh ho received the Haora Haorataoi
taoi Haorataoi t» of the Cathollo Church, Tho death
Is also snatii-ced of Oclooel York
Ocmmapder of tho Gorman puoitivo
expouifcioa iu China, Ho was euffooated
hr Iha fumes from a nativo store with ui
a line,

The Queen yesterday reviewed th >
Canadian Voluotoarß at Windsor and
thanked them ior their eervloea to tho
Empire in Bcnth Africa,
The London Bpeototor commenting on
the situation In China says that since
Bussia and tho United dentes abstain
from any oonoerfed aot>on England vad
Germany alone will rot coerce On*ra
which hence triumphs over the Alllee and
will eeoape with a small penalty.
Washington news states that M Hi,tin
has informed of State Hay
that after Coigrea* has authorized the
ooratruotloa cf the Isthmian Osnal tho
Panama Canal Company would sell its
controlling interest to the United States
but would be uuable to make a full sale
of ita entire oonoesalonee.
It la understood that the commis commission*
sion* commission* report will state that the
Nicaragua and the Panama routes are
equally and alone feasible and that
Congress should choose between the two
but will suggest that the Canal be
constructed on a soale larger tbau
hitherto reoommended The ooai of tho
Nioaregoa Waterway ia eetlmated at one
hundred and seventy five million dollars
while for the completion of the Panama
route, an expenditure of one hundred and
forty five million dollars will be required.
Ht Laois, Ist
H M 8 “ Indefatigable’’ goes Grenada
about 6pm
GUBKKM PRICES
Naw York, December lat
Vlous City Mills for tbs
West Indies pst banal #4
Meal, KUndrled 225 to J 35
Naw Hasson a Fork ..12* to 18
Heavy Mess Pork ~ .. 12 to 12*
f Ovystall pes lb.. 4 8-8
Buraa l Fail to Good
I Fafinlng* ~ 3 7-8
English Inlands fccHest*
par gallon *** I »
Premium on Gild
Exchange Naw YciV A
Rendon .... 4 80* to |
bonder), December lat
Dtmarara Oryi
tale ewt .. 14/0 to 15/0
bueAa< Mosoovado p owl 11/6 to 12/3
Gaiuian Bset 88
_o/o f.o.b 9/9
Demssasa Burn pay gal IJB* to 1/10
Trinidad Oosoc, Good
Middling Bad, p«E swt 72/
Consols ox Interest ~98 *
Rank cf England rate cl
Discount ~ 4 p#» 1 eat
Java Sugar 89 pax cent
Gibraltar or Channel tor
orders, Bcsitog tanas
per swt ... .. DU®
p‘ ns par oant, iiartes
in Porfr .. .. 10160,
•As the grade of “ Fair to Good
Bt fining" i* now ebaoiate, it Is undori
•toed tbat this quotation applies to
Muscovado 89c test” instead

DISTRICT COURT.
(Before hlr Justice BiY*r*e.)
Yesterday.
JUDGMENT SUMMONSES.
Harimau v William Henry—Postponed
for 14 dajs
Amelia da]Oosta v J I Rcustoau—Poet>
poned for 14 days,
The Manager cf tbe “ Oathoiio Newe"
v Jsmaa Whetton—Postponed g suer ally
to be brought in on notice;
E H GLI v Thomei Ch ijhlow— Post Postpone
pone Postpone ’ peodirg a settlement.
G R A'stcn A Co v J Douawa—Post Douawa—Postponed
poned Douawa—Postponed for 4 weeks.
Alan Campbell v J Donawa—Poit*
poned for 4 wet kj.
Mark Simon v L :uia Dar.lei—No ap<
pearanEo siruok nut.
A F Beis v David Silas —Postponed
for 14 days.
A V Knox v L'juie Hernandez—Poet*
poned generally to be brought on on
notioe.
Eiiis Grell A Co v Mrs Ist Bleard—
Postponed generally,
8 0 Heuderaon v Egbert Carter—
Oi'uer fjr $5 p„r mouth from let January
■* D Gaidiora v Joseph Great—Means
prove,! Wiit to Issue for arrest end
luptisonmont for 21 days, suspended for
14 dsya
Caroline Gonsa’.ac v J S Supervilla—
Postponed for 14 da;s
Chi Jones v\V UvJau—Order fer |4
per month from Ist JaLuary
hicuard Alexander v James Smith—
Postponed generally A
Miliet’a btores Llmltel v P Thorne—
Balance of debt due to be paid cn 81st
December,
Miller’s Stores Limited ? W O Ward
—Order for. $1 p«r month from >vt
January
Miller’s Stores Lhuiti-d v Jamas Bio.
uatt— No service extended federally
V L Haley A C j v G Stokos-No ser.
vice Extendel genertlly
Alexander Deoie v Nioolae Martinet—
Postponed for 14 days
Papohetty v Jamea Morgan—Poet*
poued for 14 days, pending a settlemsot
J R Metivier A Co v Walter Bruntoa
—Order for $8 per month from lit
January
11 Mouoaaux v P O BoUvar-Orde*
made in terms of offer filed
H Monoeaux v R W Sealey—Foe*
poned generally
H Monoeaux v Lou s Mltchsli—Order
for $2 per month from Ist Jaouery
Joseph Biano vj T R Order for
payment by two equal monthly laatel
mania
L St Louie (OH Qorlng-Ordec (of
16 per month from Ist Janaary
L Bt Louis v O Asses—Ordar foe 18
per mouth from Ist January
L Bt Louis v H W Stone—Order lot
(6 per month from let January
L Bt Louis v Dommicque Timothy—
O der for payment of debt and ooeti on
la; January
LSt Louis v Edward Dewyar—Order
for 62 per month from Ist January
Sarah F Ryau v Wm H Roach—Order
for 62 per month from Ist January
Oipriano A Co v Richard Sodeu-Ordar
for payment of 6/3 balance of debt due
CD 31at December
E M Boyer v Samuel Elyock—Poet*
poned generally to be brought on on
notioe
Autouio Rodriguez v Buiy Burns—
Mwaua proved Warrant to ioaue fw
at rest aud lmprlaonmeut for 81 days
Suspended on debtor paying |i per
month from lit January
Antonio Qusrino v Jamea N Green —
No order.
Caroline Oonaalae v Wilfred Berlete..
Order for payment of tl per month.
Char hosing r i A Raf, No rppearonoe,
Struck cut,
acxiors.
Ro&rigun r Broten, .Confeseed tot 138,
Rttmhidol v Joimnie. .Confessed for
$20.24 and castr.
Tripp v Afocre... Judgment (or $4.76
ami oos*r,
James v >Fefcoil..su igmev.6 for 6a
and ooete.
ixmwl T Erikine, , Judgment iu $6,64

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Grand Show this Week of Ladies’ Goods.
Ladies’ Hats, New Ribbons and Hat Trimmings, Chiffons, Ganzes, Flowers and Feathers —all the very newest shapes and
prettiest shades. Another lot of our rare value in Swiss Fmbroideries, new a household word-ins cheapest in town. New
Dress Stuffs in all the leading shades. Men’s Hacs and Ready-mades—grand variety, newest styles,
NEW BOOTS, NEW BOOTS, NEW BOOTS.
\ â– ;
Come to Miller’s and get your
b n n t a p* a tee chri -
* Miller’s for Boots, Miller’s for Furniture, Miller’s for Hats, Miller’s for Fancy Goods.
CHRISTMAS CARDS CHRISTMAS CARDS

HENDERSON & Co.
“THE TIMES”
A. Fine assortment of TWEKD3. Also Blue Coatings and
Black Coatings, Flannelette shirts at al! prices. Hosiery’
We have jus receive-! 120 dcz. South African i 1138 > h ; ch »iU be edd
al the veiy low p»laa ol Gj each unO winch is ji-th 15c.
Wo have also received 500 doz. of
JUUB:’ ; :rp 3 which will be sold
from 6c each to 48c,
LADIES BOOT JJEPAUIMEN l
allies’ Bl »ck Qhih 800 I‘S m 3/, 3/6. i/, 4/3 5/. Lvlies Glosay Gdosh
Cloth Top Bu'f’c ed Bos from >i i 10 Ladiet barap
Mroea from 30c to $2,16.
MEN'S BOOTS
ni ir/nrjirrv
IN J.*
Carpet Sltppc:B from 15c to4de Laar-hc* Hlipptrs from 2j u Is Is>n:tber
>n:tber Is>n:tber Li\rgo Shipment, of
BOYS FAMILY LOOTS
AT OCR GENERAL LOW PRIORI
HKNIVivRSON A CO,
“TUB TIMES.”
‘iP.-b'BEDERICK A QU: .EN fTREETS.
jumw—w—i ii m —i ————
100 BAG* VENEZV ' 10FFEE,
00 Cases Vo>m mth, ; iati and quarts—Noill ?> ratf & Co.
GO Cases Morton’s Jam .
Just Rt’oHV'd pe sc. Ml v i
Kingan's Cervelat
SAUBAGEd.
do. Vienna
KINGAN’S SLICED BACON. KING*ITS Po’ it-h MS h TONGUE
English Harness
AUSTRALIAN f. OLD LEATO ’
Fresh shipments of Gonnau Dutch ugar and ol Bali Deer
—oo
P H SCB I CERE, • & Go

WIKJ3 Aoriws.
THK I’d bile ere horeby i e'if- 1 tft
toglranny crarfft |o my w‘l«' He Heboerft
boerft Heboerft Fiona, rhe Uvir* ,'oif my h- use
oni] prot'otlcu tii.oo the Uib Jsim J
IDCO.
hu
OtlAliiifcd X ilfclUaJ,
rank
York atreot,
150 i Noyr, li

bO ICE.
CKVOMKIM ' nlber f«uc:,B
• * ha'l r 'i - te Y. f , IVai’?
> rh*t»r«o ,, ,e r <>’ (J >tu >» d Duncan
, «• tit , ' .: v • • ill tit 1 h i»n
tl is tl y t • !h<* i rue «u il that
(*■». !’h •<■>• !’ c c -1. .1 tn by
y.: L -3 I? • bv-Ji t.n Dia l.
* L A ISKLUUKI)
I ud V<'

THE FORT OF S ? AIN GAZETTE SUNDAY, DECEMBER S 800.

(Continued from Page 7.)
A great ceil cf Snsostanlocoo was
fftUiol yesterday, ovhg to tLa InSe
‘?co ? il.jD c-I certain ihe k c opera fa
por.recticu with (ho r -,!o cf c'-ocHiargariro
etc., multi g f.om tho Emnorcns ti ea
lately i- Hotel by too ti y Maglst nfo
for breach ?! tho Fdo-Js- ted D u»s
OA-i'tnoe. Ase w feh. pksepero however
who did not e g , this “ ulilro .iuni’
etferol their Butler (?) etc., *« usual'
and Living tho laacopoiy musts have
ti- ..da swinging trace
tt She tceuit cf kvestigni.i, ia
?i. .. r.i‘fa the m-.t .or es florgoaut
M'i.r Hamm nd v L.Uswunb, lu
which the litter vn ordero3 o 2
u fit-3 »r ll e e.l fnr nfS ear -i* g th-i
Qwvcroia-ut ospilailau -.ho •-t-'t-i •-t-'t-i---fir
--fir •-t-'t-i---fir p3*ui,. .1 iiss luc rtticAlod; i:
having fcf-ac f -.v? 2 - hat *’ :• rovgnatl-n
oi tho dtie tl. ii'i !: .d leon ruth in t- 01-o 1 -
'h’.ce cr f u y .r.r- picri- ruly
FCCLEBIA.BTICAL N.-vWS
VVa havo baaa ask’d io &LA Ojal
a horvios cf song wiil be ,'f-cdtirrd by
ihu Buuuay goh ol teachoiß and
Suad»y f-eb.i'asp, at - j ii.ngartla
Che ch Belmoci, & , hi'f f?. i 4hrco
c’akuk ihla ti) rr.oon Thscerercacy
will La eaninotod by tht U-jv. II A
M.Kll’e.
'lho Ocroetl ar.d Thoatilo l E.'dcr E.'dcrtritimcai
tritimcai E.'dcrtritimcai crgßulzod in .' f tho So.-uau
l -he! o Cfcurah J m a will take
, i-hcai-Q Tlu-t3--.*» (ha 6 a 'u'-t pr m:to3 11 bo n i ucco;?.
ABOUOA note :.
I'keqlh hk:.i—The E 11 du? oin Ih's
ri.isiei tecta to bo ilcieg » b:uk trade
ia this tntiofe. It is fctinp; st-ld a“i C
etuis per 11, raid i s prose acted by good
judges to be at lea t tqii' In q- ivity to
in/ itaported :ico
rosTiVNKu: -iboDiiui l,:rp“ ’ t\ • pay ULB Arcuci w LL
iL.u 1 .*• vi trkjn »>’a » on Thurrd’y
l.athciboia lo’cfin :.Jy :i'atp;a.’-i
runtn’ F.vbmnu M?oo Mir’hn 0.-:-
b i. in ki- g pr«■: ia ,’o sI r h»» ! i g
“A Htmo” (in Fd.'ay JLjl'i'it. t t 110
pupUa >n her ma»io\l o!m:. o « tho !n«t
ciersi. « p'e .sw t ovoaiog w .oopont
oi .1 th j j tars’ funttiai pn li’.hci :o bo
?q itby i.uoees4;u!,
bßiiKtl Tfco Amity 0 0 bve dc-
M BMI * * 11. O.ick eg
* ni S . l'jia; (hi MLr t"u oof
l\ it ip-i.t uti the G4r l' . a e i.n N- w Years' IVortf? â– 
.i,,. s o bi> - to»<).) fo* -tv!-.; the
vi . 'ii as >IyU u y wt’eiß. an I a
m'. quei.i iV oit, Bi.i n
i . I.moU * n ici. t!
Tmi- M«v:-Oa Tfeu... (i, .y, jy
Esl i\ -ver i , Ctri nr 1.6 n a : q U , 3S
t u;b.i p, tho i d.,1 1 o| . 0 i; ,
vbii rs yal th.l pcumLsM ((
wi J. bu Qoi.rgo oo Tuaaday *oth
Mr K Aclp.h Uuttwie |rt*. r,t ia the
il.tr.lol < f tho 1: CU auto O. Otpsiy liij
Mr 412 ll.i, ilAiumi wi.tchiut tfc e
pc. 8i on hr hall ts M- O.or;o.
Tbe i quott wot id jcatcod to Tburedey
icxt • r
Aaßicd/tunAx;—Tho j o.rm | p lt p f j t .
tors it, this > intact appear io rr u
iv i Ctrl’, it V io: tailor ior’uotry. Lire is
» r :\th* 0 i'w Ur.vn i ckhwr
! :.vo V. U!. k»u Up by flu(n ( tr
ru ol boilite »ug t C'cc.i. a U-. #
q , . v>geb.uLs htvo t c * n
i- .-it' , Th.-* t ime, T *nd
ri-ifii't mbf'j aro iurpli.il wl;h
pr i:» grew; : i live sIU rict and «*
i a i pcistioi o ws l ie cjtninenoed
tr / i ii jour, o preoporcus tftco is
aoUoii eted

COMMTJNICATUN.
CAPPRICCIO
“ A MONbllilT. L'KDITEUU DE I.A GAZETTE”
Voudriez-vous, a des interviules
raisonuablcmont dloignes, m’aoeordcr
un tout petit espace daus ves
lolonnes seculaires pour la publica publication
tion publication d’uno commuuication on lraneais ?
Quelle raison du reste aurioz«vous,
pour ne pas vous empresser do sous'
l ire a mou desir ?
Tout le uionde ici patle le ffranoais;
non seulement vous avez ii la Tri*
nidad un grand nombre de families
franeaises qui sont fieres de l’etre ;
maie tons les Anglais intelligents et
que nous connaissons oom oomprenment,
prenment, oomprenment, et parlent cette langue
avec facilite, et lisent tout les auteurs
franf-ais qui se trouvent d. laLibrairie
Les derniers recensements qui ont
etc fails plus scrupuleusment quo les
autres mentionnent qu’ii n’ya dans
toute Pile quo quelques personnes
arrivdes de Carincou, et de Canaoua
et quelques creoles, nils de parents
essentiellement fnineais, dont aucune
pliraso franqaise n’a jamais pu ellleurer
le cerveau etroit et bouche a l’emeri.
Mais commc on a remarque que la
plupart de ces derniers ne parlent
qu’un anglais plus ou moins
estropie, ou en est arrive a cette seule
conclusion que ce n’est reellement pas
parce (pie le sentiment patriotique
soit en eux plus faible et plus deco decolore
lore decolore que chez les autres, de la meme
origine qu’eux, qu’ils refusent d - *
purler la langue oe lenrs ascendants,
mais uniquement pareeque leur in intelligence
telligence intelligence est tres anemique. Peut
Ctre un jour parviendrat-on an
moyen de quelques rayons Roentgen
a ddcouvrir ooininent s.-at laits ces
cerveaux la. En attendant v>us
pouvez, sans encourir le reproche
d’avoir deplu a cc inonde hi publier
Particle ci-inclus quo j’ai trouve
quelque part.
Votre serviteur, le plussoumis
GRIME.
ALECIIAFAUD 1
Quand trouverons nous, enfin ici,
line haute autorite judieiure ou un
jury qui consentiraii envoyer ii l’echa l’echafaud
faud l’echafaud sans distinction dAgo ni de sexe,
les bandits qui tuent et martyrisent
les enfants?
Nous avons toujours »• to pour l’aboli l’abolition
tion l’abolition do la peine de mort qui tue, pour
enseiguer qu'on no doit pa> tucr, et
qui, par consequent, perpetue et ac acclimate
climate acclimate les idees de vengeance. Ceux
qui la prononcent et l’appliquont,
sont, d’ailleurs centre elle egaleraent
puisqu’ils dissimulent aux yeux du
public l’ignominie des execution* capi capitales
tales capitales Mail les seals ft res pour les lesquels
quels lesquels nous voudrions laisser subsister
le chktiment supreme, co sont les
montres qui maltraitent- les (infants,
Nous n’nvons jamais rove le ponvoir
pour nuus . eepeudant si le hmsard
uous investissait un beau jour de cette
autorite sans bo rues, voici, nous
aimons mieux le dire tout de suite,
comment nous opererions
Nous feiions installer a chaque coin
do rue line petence permanente unique uniquement
ment uniquement cousacree ii briser hi colonne
vertebrale des parents qui feraient
soullrir leur progfnituro; ou memo
se rendraient coupables de meurtre stir
lours potits, par betise ou par impru imprudence
dence imprudence : Unc mere qui laisserait line
boitc dullumettes k leur porteo:
penduo, Un pbre, commc il y cu a
temps, qui punirait son enlant
1 en l’envoyant se coucher sans diner:
pendu, Un autre ?jui lui perni«Urait
de traverser soul les rue* oh passent
les f ram ways : pendu cgalcment.

Cependant, comme il taut etre'
equitable, les monstres qui supplicient
lcurs petits enfants, avec des bandes
de cuir, et tontes sortes de ratline
ments d’jgnoininie soraient au pre prealabie
alabie prealabie mis a la torture : ou leur arra arracherait
cherait arracherait les ongles avec des tenailles
rougiea au feu ; puis les dents lino il
une; on leur verserait de l’hude
bouiliante dans les yeux et de la poix
fondue dai s les oreilles . Et, nous le
declarcns ici, nous assisterions avec
delices ace spectacle reparateur,
Nous ne connaissonns en elfet pas de
miserables. j ius odieusement lachts
quo celui qui b.it un enfant sur la
taiblesso dequel il specule pour as assouvir
souvir assouvir sea instincts de ibrocite.
L’evideute degene rescence de cer certains
tains certains enfants vient certainement de
l’atrophie intcllectuelle et morale pro produite
duite produite ]iar les brutalites d’uu si grand
nombre de parents, d’une certaine
classe 6ur 'curs enfants.
Les premiers s'imaginent que les
seconds, leur devant le jour, leer
apartiennent en toute propriety, et
qui'ils out pleirr pouvoir sur eux pour
les tuer ou les laisser vivre.
Faitcs des observations ?i l'uno de
ces femmes, comme on en voifc souvent
qui rouent de coups lours bebes, parce
qu’ii aura bave dans son assiette ou
sali ses langes, ou sera tombe avec unc
soucoupe, elle vous rep mdra ix ueuf
foia sur vingt : “ G’est mon enfant a
moi, j’eu fais ce que je Yeux.
Comme il serait trop long, d’expli d’expliquer
quer d’expliquer it ces brutes, que l’enfant appar appartient,
tient, appartient, non a eux, mais ii l’humanite, la
corde du bourreau nous parait etre
le seul raisonnoment a opposer it leurs
pretentions,
Quand, nous le redemandons, trou trouverons
verons trouverons nous un magistrat un jury ou
un juge qui comprendra cela?
Jusqu’ ici nos magistrats dont lame
et le cerveau paraissent quelque lois
deforinfs par leur deplorable routine
judiciaire, se basent aussi avec ses
parents infanticides sur le “ grar d
principe’’ del’autoriti paternelle, pour
iniliger dix shillings d’amendo aux
mamans qui versent de l’cau bouil bouilhmte
hmte bouilhmte sur leurs eufants.
Mais esp&rons, .car il faut toujoura
esp§rer, qu’ii finira par se trouver ici,
comme ailleurs, comme cela est du reste
arrive pour les animaux, des homines
de cceur qui se decideront it venger
l’eufauoe moralemeut abaudonnee, et
matoriellement assassinee, aussi bien
par les parents torlionnaires, que par
quelques pretendus interpretes, d’une
pretendue justice, qui ont perdu le
sens moral au point de condamner
jiour rire it ses peinnes derisoires, les
monstres qui font fonction de hour*
reaux dans leurs maisons.
Et dire qu’ils sont quelque fois d une
severite canibalesque rnvers un pauvre
ftraugcr dans la poche duquel on
aura trouve quelques onccs de ganja 1
lie las oui ce sont ces monies homines
qui gracient tousles jcurs des jiarents
qui s'aeharnent pendant des ai neessur
une malbeurciihe petite victime quo
leur devoir etait de cherir, d’entourer
de soins et de caresses, et qu’ils out
impitoyablement tue, ]>ar ce precede
sinistre que les Gliinois appelleut la
" mort iente ”
CORBK3PONDBNCK.
TUE liWUCR Os TUB I’OBI 3f BI’HN
OAZATOB.
Tht Acting Governc* dhecU me to
acquaint ven shat tho Secretary cf State
{or (be Oolocic* has’. Informed Hla
KxceUc-noey that Uio Gcvorcmout of New
Zealand has decided to adopt the Im Imperial
perial Imperial Penny Fostayo schema for letters
from tho Ist of January, ICOI,
H OLARENOR BOURNK,
Atcg. Uolcnlal Secretary.

JLi* V J LJ .Lei
FANCY BASKETS
FANCY BOXES
COSAQUES
CHOCOLATES
SANTACL\UB STO3KINGB,
XMAS GOODS d&t,
W <\ ROSS & CO.
GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
69, Ojrner Qqesn aad Fredeiiok Blreelf.

Why it
Waterman’s
, * Customers
Are always pleased t Bees'â„¢ J*
AND outfitteu. give 3 best value iu Port-o - P
HIS STOCK OF
Children, Ladies# GrnTlo -non H it 3
Aro tho moa w , fsshloaabla ncd yai the ohcspasf ohcspasf.
. ohcspasf. |7 of
it is tho place where you are sure to get *
description and tho right prices The latest
isoi &m*w
a t (Cf
With and without bands specially made and jas
The Races and Regatta'
J£ggoj Ti* B !
Waterman^
For the nev,est styles Jn Collars,
Hat Bands TheplaOe to see them is a*
1 IvurUty:
In Children, Boye, Men’s and Ladies Boys',
and 24c., worth double. For best value »
and Men s
REABY-MADE CLOTHING
GO TO WTERMAN- .
Pricesthe cheapest, values the b i



CALEDONIAN HOUSE,
GOODWILLE AND WILSON
|pMwraiMii—w>iwiiin■■«—■ <— .»n, «.■■■■•—i-nn»w—WWW.- «■—»■ »an,., ■ , ■ V
GREAT SALE OF SURPLUS FURNITURE.
MAHOGANY TOILET AND WAS STANDS, WALNUT OAB NETS,
Sideboards, Ladies Rosewood Secretar, Music Cabiuets, Whatnots, Ladies’Writing Desks, Tabourefctes, Mahogany
Flower and Feather Stands, Rosewood Drawing Room Suit, Occaskial Chairs, Bedroom Suits.
MUST BE CLEARED OUT AT ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS
Austrian Bentwood Furniture including Chairs, Rockers, Arm Chairs in black or walnut, American Furniture,
Plain and Marble Top Bureaux, Ice Chests, Oak Dining Chairs, Dining Room Tables.
Goodwill© and Wilson.

What is it. ?
Only this.
THAT
HHTOXKB^
Rave just received another ’argo shipment of
Xmas Goods
Comprising many stvt&ble lires for
GENTLEMEN:WEAR
That swell Buit ycu h il iaat Chrialm a via bought at
ME IIV i EK'3
That up*to«date Collar and Tie were also bought at
METIVIKR’S.
You bad your choice of a Shirt from a large variety cf
kinds that were displayed At MUTIVIBB’S
That Hat with stylish band thaf you w f t to the races
was algo bought at METiVIER’;'.
We could mention se re? of p’end Custoine's who buy their
hoi d»y attire from METIVIERS.
We can please inora if ycu will ccly give us lha opportunity. Our
assortment is largo and variod this so3?o - \ and wo wi*l esteem it a fsvrur
if you will afford us the pleasure rs cl ei : ycu on the ;l*t of cur ri
sustomerj.
J R METIVLER & Co,
42, King Street, I a Favoeita,
Yoflaie Seqttfsies! it
THAT
Saturday Ist. December
IU THE COMMENCEMENT OF MY
SALE OF BOOTS & SHOES
SO CHEAP RUBBISH. SO OLD STOCK
But all tine and freeh Goods which must be cleared by the
®od of the month. Call to-day and inspect the Bargains at
Robert Henderson
THE BOOTMAN (Opposite Ek 38T Don’t Mittckt my Addrti*.
THE BEST OF WINES
ftSAs* aatjiaxwiafo.
Q tle great health restorer
O Specially prepared for invalids and lovers of puro wine by h—h
J, Chaiqneau 4 Go., of Bordeaux.
Lh RECOMMEHDED BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION- Q 5
CQlo be obtained retail from lha principal stores; and wholesale
from agents for Venezuela A W, Indies, QO
|bbmb|
•JQ MJ, TAUEEL & Co. Corner of Kingi4 Charlotte St. pj
At Ban Fernando, from L W BONYUN & CO.
loj.iN3a nvsl

THE POST OF PAIN GAZETTE' SUNDAY DECEMBERS, 1900

FAREWELL ADDRESS TO 818
A. MOLONEY,
Thk fallowing is trken from the
Grenada Federalitt. g'ving an ac account
count account of the t flbial farewell to ilia
Excellency Sir A 0 Moloney KG.
M.G, at iho laEt sitting cf the
Grenada Legislative Cottrell :
Mr. Alexander in appropriate words asked
leave that an address be presented to His
Excellency the Governor in the following
terms:—
To His Excellency Sir Alfred Moloney,
K.C.M.G., Governor and Commander Commanderin-Chief
in-Chief Commanderin-Chief of the Windward Islands,
&c., &c. &.C.
The humble address cf Vie Legislative
Council :
May it please Your Excellency,—We, the
Members of the Legislative Council of
Grenada, desire to congratulate you on your
appointment to be Governor of the Island ot
Trinidad While we recognise unreservedly
that yru have earned the magnificient promo promotion
tion promotion which you have received, we feel at;the
same time that Grenada also is honoured, in
that it affords another proof that she has be become
come become an important step in the ascending scale
of promotion in the Colonial Service Knowing
us as you do, it hardly requires to be said that
our congratulations on your promotion are
mingled with feelings ot sincere regret
at the loss the Colony will sustain by your
departure Three years have but recently
elapsed since we hailed, with the highest
anticipations, your arrriya! among us. fn the
excellent work that you have done during
your administration, notably during the visi visitation
tation visitation of storm and stress that scathed our
sister-Colony, St. Vincent; in your fearless fearlessness
ness fearlessness to do what you deemed right ; and in
the uniform courtesy and consideration you
hit. p always shown us, our expectations have
been rtfhzed in full measure Superior to all
local prejudices, your first and diligent care
has been to guard against the impression of
party, and to work for the general good :
We are hapj y to be able to record that
during your administration Grenada has been
raised to a posit on of financial soundness ami
safety such as she has never before enjoyed ;
another, and a no less imminent, result of
your Government is the establishment of a
system of Tennant Right which we confi confidently
dently confidently believe will re-act alike on the Colony
generally and its sunnier agriculturist in par.
ticular to their signal mutual advantage We
pray that you may be equally successful in
your new sphere of duty, and to you and to
Lady Moloney whose gift of ready sym.
pathy and unremitting kindness will surely
find an abiding place in our memory—Wc
offer our cordial good will and the best of
good wishes for your future happiness
‘ 'ibis resolution was Supported by Mi
Gurney who as next senior unofficial member
expreessed his appreciation of the desire which
the Governor had always evinced to meet the
wishes of the Unofficial Members. While
recognising that under the Constitution it was
the Governor’s duty to take the responsibility
of passing all measures he deemed necessary,
lie, (Mr. Gurney) felt that the Governor had
never passed any measure without affording
full opportunity for consideration and discus discussion
sion discussion and that he had so conducted the Coun
cil's business as to avoid giving any umbrage
whatever Speaking on his own behalf and
feeling that lie was but expressing the wishes
of all, he trusted that Lady Maloney and His
Excellency would live long to enjoy the happy
career now opened to them by the spendid
promotion conferred upon him by Her
Majesty.
The Acting Colonial secretary said : —On
behalf of the official members but little need
be said to emphasize how sincerely we all
join in the address which is now being pre presented.
sented. presented. Perhaps, however, a few word* may
be added as expressing what is felt by us in
a special way. At all limes we have felt
that you have appreciated advice oßered by
us respecting the business before this Council
and from the manner in which you directed
its proceedings we here learnt that the Coun Council
cil Council is not an automatic machine for legislating
decisions already arrived at, but that it is a
deliberate body whose functions, are to strive
after full discussion to ascertain what is desir desirable
able desirable in the permanent interests of the wh- le
colony. In learning thi- fact we feel that we
owe to you a lasting obligation which we now
desire to repay, as Tar as in onr pou. r he«. by
supporting the address and by wishing that
jou and yours may throughout the future be
attended by all happine s.
The Governor then rose and addressed the
Council as follows :
Honourable Colleagues of the legislative
Council, Naturally lam deeply touched at
and gratified with your generous and compli
inentary valedictory addre.s on my approach approaching
ing approaching departure for Trinidad to the Government
of which 1 ha.e been appointed by our < cicus Sovereign. Would that I could feel I
have deserved all the kind things you hast
been pleased to say about my administration
of your affairs since June Ist, l*f>7, when I
first came amongst you. It h.ts always been
my endeavour to do my d*ty impartial'y, but

the success to which you refer would have
been impossible without the able cooperative
support 1 have invariably received from you,
my colleagues. It is to you gentlemen, that
most of the credit is due for whatever mea measures
sures measures may have been added to the Statute
Book, and to you individually and collectively
I owe a debt of gratitude for the sympathetic
attitude always maintained towards me, con consisentently
sisentently consisentently with the independent and im impartial
partial impartial exercise of your pnblic duties I only
trust that in Trinidad it may be my continued
privilege to enjoy the same happy relation relationship
ship relationship with my colleagues there that has marked
our official intercourse here. 1 reciprocate
your kind feelings of regret at the near sever severance
ance severance of the tie which has connected us. In
such changes some of the thready of our lives
are cut, while others are carried on in the
new life that opens before us. So that I can cannot
not cannot feel that in leaving this colony the
threads that have bound us together must be
severed entirely ; rather I should like to feel
that your kind feelings and sympathy will
accompany and remain with me in my new
government. On my part I shall treasure in
my mind and heart the tie of happy fellowship
which has existed, and I shall follow with
the deepest interest the fortune nf those
islands with which 1 have been so intimately
associated. You touch me deeply with your
kind reference to my wife who equally with
myself has always had at heart the interests
of all classes in these islands. I have oniy
now to say “good bye” and to wish you,
gentlemen, and the people of these islands
every good wish and God’s blessing.
1 LIE CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES
AT BETHLEHEM.
!By Gi tFiuty PcHicidNo]
Ohrlalnit a in Bc’b'ebem ! There b
<»tr*o?:e fasciradon in th* words
awskma gv. ry ‘.bought lhV» baa
tb rl‘h iho bappy r eat op. We
t- ’ in the ih;fc r.f » eyo, Sho Msn Msn<
< Msn< ", iho ehtpho d'i hreping right
v * cbea over their ilo; ks. iho biight biight?
? biight? . a and splendour cf the Atgelic
Heats.
To spend Chris’ mvs in such a
kaUcwed p’.co >a she desire* cf . v;ry
pilgrim to Iho Holy Land, uud when
â–ºhat time cf she year draws near,
ihty begin to fill .bti little lewn
whoso Bignifits “ The Honso of
Bread ” mr- kit. g sure ihero ia room
for tbem.nt leas*, in tbo inn.
As one journeys over tha road the
gtcry, old indeed and yet ever new,
of that first holy right (tomes Into
the mind with iia many details.
P> rbaps it is the oon’rast with tba)
which is Ic-day the pGango ocm ocmparißons
parißons ocmparißons born cf the centuries. One
piotureß tbp Holy F?rally warderiDg
n the streets cf Be’bltihcm The
inn is oiowdcd, lights eiietm from
tb f t barred windows ; iho sounds of
nirih am hoard. But there is no
rs. m for a iato oemer.
Oserlr * ’ thfl stars shine coldly;
•Aero ;h n chill la >be air, The sbep sbepb
b sbepb ds who ate watching tc-night
dt w :b„ir ga 1 meats olceor around
lb- m
And Herod Is giving a bacquet,
bis mitty fritnes aro f athered In his
p„ ace or u ulll b;ri by, to do him
h'Qiur It is alight festival, and
those win ato poor v/ould base done
b‘ ter bad they made trme provikion
(cf their ccfmodvt'on.
Afttr all, what haa it mattered?
Oily a Ãœbild born in n stable, a
hidden etvetn whore the rx and the
ats sro sbelteird. All lUthlehem
his teeu there Jtßhte Ib-.t plow in the
rcltr’s a rongho’d : but only a hand handle
le handle cf shepherds L .?t witnessed the
gl yof Heaven. TLe m»cy praise
Ct.ctar to-nlgbt , a few simple men,
jest from .heir toil in -the fields,
kr e: l beso T o the Bsbe and balut.®
Dm K'd;. Bui‘hey aro few and
peer ard derpifed.
bucb th-. ugbts acme into tha hcert,
as cne pirpuec < tie’s self for'be
c- m civ* that are to mi k ibn an anni*.cflhlaevem.
ni*.cflhlaevem. anni*.cflhlaevem. And new
or. pi grimsge h g btougb* ut> inio
.i:; pight of the cty t;f David.
Those who bf.ve nevor yet beheld the
Uwn upon its clutter of hills, lean
forwaLuiu their saddles and mur-

mur ; " Bethlehem Every yetu
'ho thoughts cf the whole Cbtistian
fnnaily, no matter wbtti mt>y bo its
d ffv.rocoos in creod or rit'’, turns to
tha liiiia town cf Beiblehcm. Its
nrma ie on every lip ; and every song
u?d every word in honour of thai dny
b’irg oro in epirii; to fha distant bills
ct Palestine. In Bethlehem itself
one is not *loprised u find the Na Na!vity
!vity Na!vity observed «s it aculd ba in no
a H;r place. Thti gathering of pi!-
aiimp, the many colored oostnmes of
the inhabitants, rich in OHen'al
splendor, tho oosiiy vest mi nts of
;he {ffialttticg prieEtP, the thousands
ot lighted candies, the decorations,
the solemn ceremonies and inspbieg
mueio of thi Church : all iheNO loci]
to tha occasion a pio'.ureEquenefS
and an impresMveress that can
scarcely bo described to one who haa
not been preteni himself. The
wbolo plaoe gives i self up to rejoic rejoicing,
ing, rejoicing, The streets are thronged, bou bouiiiea
iiiea bouiiiea aro lit and the lHoiiioa of the
Nativity is crowded from the begir begir-litg
-litg begir-litg io the end of the services-
Tho French Ccnsu’, who always
makes it a point to be present &a
tlholiif proteotor of the Chnrch fn
l’aiestine, end the Latin Patriarch
f f Jerusalem usually srt've a little
t ftesr norn 01 the dey Ijt ft ro Xra iP,
'rnosr alitbu people of H hleh :n
a*o CbristiaDF—*bere are e iYy one
hundred Mutsu'macg in th«i
7,000 ininbik&nte, and ue'ri ; r it f
tfa : m gather to wdocma fho v , â– '
:‘.cd Iho Latin Patriarch,wh n m <
under iho esouri of that ' fll:i .
The gathering 0! tbo Tnltsu
soldiery is the signal of the’r arrival.
Then lha housetops are crowded
with women, while the men fill the
narrow stree’s below. The Pf triazch
is received wftb feud cheers and a
mighty •* \ivi% ” rends tho sir at h?
parses along. Behind the Patriarch
ride thu French Cornu), bis chrr
ceUor Etd hfadragccnsn, all meutt d
on magnificent horses! Then follows
tho orow I of pilgrims, gathered
from the four quarters of tbs globe
They press onward with impatience,
full of exoitcmoLt atid fervour : for
areibey not to Fpend Christmas in
Bethlehem ?
In the mean* into tho Pa Pat'iaroh
t'iaroh Pat'iaroh ia formally rcodved
at the Basilica by the Go rdi n.
Aftvt bo haa blessed lha people lha
oban’era intone the Te Drum, and
tbea ha utiprs tbo Basilion, going
immediately to tha Church of Rfc
C&thtrine, where having staid the
accustomed praytt?, bo adn iia the
olergy and the bV-ithiul to k ss bis
h*nd. There robing bimsicif in pon pontifical
tifical pontifical vffs-moat?, ho chanta tbo
firsl Veri ers.
CompUnfl is chantfd by Hte
rellgcous of the erdtr of B*. Francis
who are too guaidians of this as
well a? of oiety rtber esno'.uuy In
I’alfstiue thn: the Cslbolic Church
pciitsses, Tho Patriatob who hav
taken edvantspe of Ihotfmo to get a
little res', now returns it tbo close
cf Ctmpiice to Gke pati in iLo
daily preoessiou to the sanctuaries
connected with the Nativity.
Buppcr in tha refectory foilcws,
andkhrrethe Patrfsck sit* at the
ocmmoQ fable with the religious,
pari;king w th them cf the same
simple ftrp.
By this t mo the ecr.veDl has be become
come become a v?et hostelry. 10 great is the
number of pilgrims that it now
ebobers. They sre in every oor>*
of vable place, in every possible
ootner Here ecd there little groups
ri* around tm’dl stoves that they
have ligb-r.:), contentedly warrripp.
tbeir bficds O hers ct rniy roll «r.d
smoka their ci arc'tcs cr hive rr rrocurej
ocurej rrocurej t: heir chibouks. Every
on is at is so and mikes blm f
perfectly at borne tor tbo convene is
p*rtxai lie no*, the homo of the peer

Cb oses cf jo: «ia > belli toon tell tha I
that the hour for Met : r a hes artivtti j
The chnrch is orowdml tdready, for *
tho pYoplo of Bclbiebem would do
any thing rather thau mise ihs cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies cf this c’ght
Tb .t women gay in ihs'r brlghb
or icars occupy tho right aide of thi
N •v.
i; ia net genorsliy kuowti that
tl 1 pivopla who carry thcmielvrs
wi h a ? mu'h grac-; and display suoh
dg.i'y rs fcosrirg tuo lineal de-
E>: ii»: ?\ts fr'-m the Crusaders. They
are : .1 0 i thi* LcA, Red (roesaro
tl • \ irolmcnt gsneivcgks with the
£.(.«:■oar.’. B u-rcycs and yellow
lair aril o'.her fraoea cf She Aryan
type " r c common rmsr g them. A?
one s -es thorn in the BiGilios how howover,
over, howover, ilitir appfiirar co’3 enrlrgly
orfcr.'al. 'i hoy wear a long gown
wi h’ui f i>‘e ring nt thewa'6' ?cd
giriftdwi h red, y'Tlrw, g'ffn and
blue. Ak tho throat it it covered
wi’.b ;• ng embroidery, urderwh ob
he m.y on'ch g'impsoa of a fhert
rt ‘dit-b vts: embroidered io yellow
wi h A .fcetqno dcsigoa Their
b ad.di: -a is equally i troB”, it ocn ocnei
eie ocnei 1 !' ct v, •! oollett", pp tngled vvj h
I i toe" c-f MLer and ;h ?o with the
II ck oos tre ra.»dtt io a sim !.1 m:,L m:,L---1
--1 m:,L---1 s-r fr- m ihC’ir dowries.
O be rpp vj'.tv i-i-U) of Ibn ohU ch
s o the m- ii, whoso acffiumea ftro
r 7 r --a then thaoa cf
t!.» w.nuo. Amcng thorn aro
VpbetJc, t d ift-lpg them ono oan oanrh
rh oanrh ' o; , hrfugh»hac^’!■ , -
mies to that Holy Nighlt when. *,.*
hero 10-d v, tha Gbcpharda word
before tho pricces to inneur be new
born.
Matins finished, the Pon'ifioft!
Matt? ia at, once begun —The
Tutriark and his assistsms at ibe
aAar are arrayed in the vestmects
p>' seated in tbo tamo of To Repat Repatiic
iic Repatiic of Franoe—The sceno ia one of
tha groftit’iH possible btuuty, end at
thessma time the highest solemnity.
As ec on as t> e caumony ends a pre-
O’ S-jlon i 3 formed, whiio tbrougbon;
the Bafdliov tha tapais hold by tbj
pscplo aro lighted end gitsm like &o
many star;}
The orucifix bearer wslks in fro nt
of tb proaesgioa, and then follow in
order tho Franoieoens und ibe mem memlote
lote memlote of o her religiccs ordfrp, «i».d
a er best 3, tbo ITitrlark t«ccr»ed by
lb. aesis tug piioer,
After tho Pstriv k and dressed in
full uutfoim (f tb&ir rank, wa k tha
French Consul nnd the various
m. mhere of his suite.
Then IbeL join in the long
lino wbiob ioiiowe.
In hia arms, with tender care, the
i’&tria.*k bears a cushion over overwrought
wrought overwrought with fine laces and rioh
ernamente of embroidery work, upou
v.hioh kbib a wszat figure of tbo
Divine lnfsnt - Tha foatureg are meet
iifol.ko and tbo tiny ilps are arohed
as if abont Io bro&k into a smile.
Across Ibe transcent the Hue
pastes through tho lateral doer into
iho ancient Cloister c( 8t Jorcme.
This long gallery ends In the
Church oi St, Catberlue. The pro prootssiun
otssiun prootssiun orosees the apse, at present
occupied by the Armenians, and
d'. toend® by means of tbe atene Blair Blairw>y
w>y Blairw>y into tho Fauotuary of the Na Nativity
tivity Nativity Those who are able to get
into the limited spaoe of the grotto
soon fill the en'.ireplscr. Thebymna
of joy suddeuiy cease, and tbe
stands of music aro bushed.
Tbe Patriarch advancing to tbe
*U»r of tbo Nativity, Elands before
»b epet where nineteen centuries
sg i. thi Infant Bavicur vrss placed,
Tl era ibe cf&oisttag Deaoen brains
r chant rbe gospel of ibe Nativity,
b iDciog ; 11 And it esmo to p»3«
tb ; when they were there, her d&ys
wf:t aoccmplisht’d that sho ehcu.'d
bu dolivtircd.” At these worde the

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m Sai ct &? w
first-boro, h thr? i)saeos ehaatfi, e,a4
na he does so pSsoe? she image on
the spot where Christ was horn.
“And wrapped him op ?n awidd ing
clothes” eU-ga tba Daacor, aud the
action is suited to tba words The
Patriarch kneels before tba figure of
Oar Lord and tenderly covers the
Utile limbs with delicate silks;
“ And here laid him in a manger,’'
continues tba Djaooa, ThoPuiriarch
goes with tba IM-e onn in his arms
and places him in ft«a or;b or manger
before which the shepherds and tbs
Wise Men cf the Bast knell in eilenl
adorat or.
The Gospel ended tha Gloria ie
intoned end then ihr To Deans.
The procession "eturaa to tba Upper
Ohnroh, where the Patriarch chants
lauds and then celabratte his
Heoond Maes, at which ho distributes
H)lv Communion So thoia who wish
to ccmmunicat?.
Prom midnight until livj o’olook
masses are celebrated in ibo Grotto
by the Franciscan Fathers of the
Nativity and oiber visiting jiriesia
At that hour She Catholics n'vo way
to tbo Schismatic Greekir. As eocn
aa these services are over, the Luun
priests return and Masses are ctsie?
brated in sucoearion urtil sunset,
of Christmas day. Toia a signal
privilege gramed orly*o Bethlehem
for the feasts of tbo Nativity and
fipipbany.
At one o’olcok on Christmas
morning the Patriarch sings his
third Mass, at which it congregation
similar iu its bright colours to shut
of the previous evening asßia s.
The Grotto of iho Nativity ia
email, and ia partly natural a d
partly artificial. In order to pre preserve
serve preserve it from harm and to make it
at all accessible, tho early Christiana
built a ohutch over it, and probably
made tha stairway that wc find to today.
day. today. The wti'a of tha Gfotto and
the rarnra! rooks are covered by
rich lapeshle?, and from tho ceiling
hang a great number cf memorial
lamps that are kept burning night
and day. The spot cf the
Nativity is marked by a silver star
with the inscription,
“ lit de Virgiue Maria Jesus
Christus natus est”
‘ Here Jesus Christ was b' rn of the
Virgin Mary '* it the right hand
side is sort of niche in the rock where
stood the manger from which the
cattle fed find in which His mother
laid him because there was no
room for them in the inn ” This
place also contains an altar marking
spot where the Wise Kings knelt.
In the afternoon of Christmas day
pilgrims to Bethlehem pay a visit to
the Milk Grotto and to the Field of the
Shepherds, The Milk Grotto is a
natural cavern in tire rock nut far
from the Place of the Nativity. Tra
dition recounts that Mary hid here
whiie Joseph was making preparations
for the flight into Egypt While
suckling her child a few drops fell on
the floor ol the Grotto The natives
even the Beudouius have great faith
in the efiicacy of this stone, powdered
and dissolved in water a< a remedy
for mothers iu want of Milk.
The Shepherds Field is reached by
a read leading by the field of Boj Bojfor
for Bojfor Booz) where Ruth gleaned. A
Church was once built on the si*c
where the angels made known to men
tha glad tidings of the birth of Onr
Lord, Os this and the monastery
of hermits that once stood beside it
nothing now remains save the
crypt under the aucient chancel This
ia reached by a stairway of twenty
one steps. It contains a little altar,
the property of Greek schismatics
This the pilgrims decorate with
caudles brought from Bethlehem.
Then they kneel in prayer alter
which the gospel of the day is chanted
There is no other eeremony ; and the
pilgrims soon return to Bethlehem,
The solemnities at Bethlehem draw
members of the Franciscan Oider
from all over Palestine, and every pil pilgrim,
grim, pilgrim, whether lay or clerical, who is
fortunate enough to be in the Holy
Land at this reason cf the year makes
it a point to be in attendance The
afternoon procession to the shepherd’s I
Field which has just teen described
is always made with much pomp
and order and wherever the Latin
Patriarch goes ab'.ut formally while he
is in Bethlehem he is escort ’d by a
of Turkish soldiers, furnished
by the Pacha for the occasion.
Since the earliest days of Christian Christianity
ity Christianity the birthplace of Our Lord bus
been held in high veneration
Heathen hatred tinder Hadrian tried
to convert the place into a shrine of
Venus of Adonis But even this dese desecration
cration desecration did not make the Christians
forgetful of the holy spot and when
the Empress Helena visited Palestine
she had the tomple destroyed, its
idols cast out and in its place erected
the great Church or Basilica of the
Na'ivity- It was a wonderful piece of
work striking iu its simplicity ami
grand iu the sweeping and majestic
proportions of its architecturally pure
linen
Jt is a strange fact, but this Church
of the pious Kmpri-»> w!.n bus cwinc
down to us to day of ill tin ifiny
church* i
Holy Land, al ine he-o . Ihtsi 1 th.
Storms of tiun and fanaticism amt
r< mains very much in it ongiiiul
shape. True it# mighty po u’s art

tm KiKT Os SPAIN (JA2SKFT!* SUNDAY DJfiCIMBRB 2,1900.

j-m k m § Mia, \H\ \m% \% m'
Mrt wta UHi m
tsttauful biVft Ol ih%
Sritny pataUugj that dcs-'rateu its j
walls, four aloau lemuiu, &ad cf
t.UO'.-3 cuo is scarcely mere than a
fragment. Bat the curia features of
the building ere still iaiaaf,
The ihceo beau if si partis tbit
formerly gats entrance to tho
Babfici have been wailed up. A
small cquart* opening about three
fact wide ssrvea not only to admit
iho pilgrim, bus answers for solemn
enuancos such as thst of the
Patriarch as well.
These caremouioa of Brihlgbem
have only one parallel in the worid
snd that is in America. At thj
obspei of the Holy L ,nd in Brock BrockiaLd,
iaLd, BrockiaLd, near Wasbiogttn, D.O. there
arc xeproduoliaua of tba principal
ahiiues if Palestine and among them
the Grotto of Bethlehem, Tins has
bctu repreduotd under tho oburoh
in ail he detwiß, and at the Midnight
Maes on Christmas all the features
that, mirk the service* in Boiblehtm,
are repreduo u aa fur as possible.
As one who has beheld with his
own eyes these glad rites carried out
in honour of ihs new born Son cf Man
looks bi.uk over year?, they bring
with them a spirit that could only
spring from tho lessons cf tbs Xmas
season. Tho lights gleamed brightly
io tha Palace of Herod on the hill
opposite Bethiehem, on that fast of
all Xmas nights but in the lowly sta stable
ble stable o&veru shone only a single fhme
But the ligh-.s of Herod’s banquet
have been foiever lost in tbu dark darkness
ness darkness of oblivion, while the brightness
of the Christ Child never (teases to
fill the hearts of men with its
heavenly message.’’
“ Glory to God in the h’gbest and
on eattb perse to men cf good will.”
SPOUTING NJLIWS-
Yesterday ufterncou turned cut an?
thing hut a pleasant one tor cut cl dr or
B;jorta—but despite the unf&vcurable
slate ol the ground, tbo matches ua
announced were duly ojriiedout. That
between tb Mirror and fcjfi Anu’a
Ur.ieu Sean was plejed on a very
nceuitehla b ondietnitod in a draw,
each side to a tone cf 80. That
between tho" Bti’-go an i the M; j.-stic
o'ubs was a well oouteeted game The
M j side want in tirtt, am! put together
7b ruus for the Lbs of 6 w’eketr.
Wilson 29 mas not out, Jacob 14, and
Branch 7 not out, fceiog tbo principal
ecoieie. Stingo iosponded wlib 12 rune
for tho loaa oi 8 wi> kets at the oril ol
tiai<\ V Thorpo 7 net cut and Hay nee 3
not cut-
A match best wee a two Juvenile teams
nsnied iha Eton G C., and the
‘lraiquUity 00, it entirely was also
played :.u the f r vauDih yesteiday eftor eftornoor,
noor, eftornoor, which tndodlu a victory fes tho
litter ttbin
In the return match he*.ween the
’ hitmada” aud " M#iestfcs’ ended yce yceordfiy
ordfiy yceordfiy iu a victory fer t>e former by
.•■j iir.*,-er and J J.taoi played well for I«
ad 19 rt e; ooiivoiy, wh!o ft O’iia.
10. no, G Peyrau ant! 0 Wailrce ebewuu
g..ud foimfor the Ncmsda’ i t 21, *B,
10 not cut reeptoUvcly. Bain iuierlctcd
ooniiderehty with tbo ganto,

MAJESTIC C.C.
Gonzales o Griffith b Vulleo 0
Kiehard run ou ~ q
J Springer Ibw b Batanoomt ! It?
Uytioe b lietanoourt ... ... .. q
Kvaas b Valleo ... i
.) James o O iialloiaii b betaroonife ... 10
f Martin o and b Betancourt j. 1)
W Taylor b Valleo ... 1
P Chance not out ... ’’’ .. q
Paul o and b Botacoou't ... 7
Soraano lbw Valleo ... £ l
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T'dal 57
OAUD 0. C.
J Griffith b Itynoo ~ ... p
K U Uallorau c liyuoe b J.uncs ... ... 2t
G Payrau lbw b Koacli ... ... .. 13
U W» lace not out iq
J M b’titaeeoutt o Uoacli l, James 0
C Valleo rot ... ... 4
A t' Ambur l i
DJo Montbrun |
C Sala/.ar IPidl not bat
b Sorsrro
E Almatdo* /
Extras 3
Total 69
CITY TOLlCii; OOUBT.
fßefore Mr, 11. P. lloiisoN S.J l’J
Batuiday.
A DRUNKEN lIANPSMAN.
A Police UamUinan by the name of Hilary
liill, w.t- charged by Major Lcw.se>,
(1) with being ilmnk and diacrderly on 1 ii
day night last ([iu> day) and t’Jj with assault assaulting
ing assaulting and b-sting Louisa Iroltnau, The com
plainant stated that 1 lie detendant, who was
in a “ be.iatly state of drunkenccw,” had ir.
rested Trot man whom he alleged had assaulted
him, and had dragged and pulled her to the
station. Hie defendant who it a n stated
will be suspended, was temandci to the 7th
iDa aul, bail being fixed In £lO
THE CUSTOMS V COMACHO
Jba further bearing of tho *b-,ve case
v>as tasumed yesterday morning before Mr
II P U obacr, HJ P, The facts of the case
foi (be piviifcntlor, a It will bo
rtmoiub-rer, are; tba-, on the It).h Instant
Ca,tones Ollicer Clarke la op rap any with
boa men Wattley and Atmstronf, hoarded
the sloop ‘ Diana' ol whloh the defendant
Antoni > C maoho waa ray’aln The custc
niary ques’loc, woro a«»ed him in Spanish
whether the-o were any dutlabia attlolea cn
beard, end tbo dt.fundaut replied that he
only bad about 60 olgare, which bo pro
ducid un leirg aslted A search was tubes tubesqueully
queully tubesqueully mads n-td otber bundles el c’gjri
were fouttd by one of tbo boatmen, acme
cf which were lid rp ki a buudle of old
do hen The defendant on telf’g rsked to
c.-poun f. rtb : tiu ilr gol the c ! gara besides
those which bo bad a Itocwledgtd posse*-
r a cf, hid h -- Jbh tbculdsr , but on
p, tkl
c. sndst. t ~. ,!i»: he bad . gbl to n
cn boa 1 Pc Hard who
* • '*J~ ~*.*( s)D *c iiit.* c 03ftd ct)
creet-uamiuod M' t (tke at ~m- lergt'i,
with a view 1. tcatiug (he u.cul o’ bit

tmvift m M m %. vt
vtstet&w* i mtb him, mm mmtalawl
talawl mmtalawl tteti tb« uuSaHtaoi what
jU.Etloas vmt. put to him tn SpaaitU wkiti
the sloop wm boarded.
as on the last occasion the re returned
turned returned proeecudon yesterday morning
was conducted by Me O'Connor, Crown
solicitor and Mr Pollard appeared for the
defence. The boatman irmstrong was
called, and corroborated Mr Clarke’s state statement
ment statement as to the finding of the cigars ; after
which he was cross examined by Mr Pollard,
in which he said that he understood very
little Spanish. Certain questions in Spanish
which were put to him by Mr Pollard he was
unable to interpret, and some which were
interpreted, Mr Pollard held were not done in
such a manner as his client would have under understood
stood understood
After the witness’s cross examination Mr
Pollard after conferring with Mr O’Connor
said that he was trying to avoid the necessity
of calling 7 witnesses, there had been some
"imparting” ; although he was not ure that
he was quite right, but he wouln pay the
penalty in any case. Mr O’Connor had
consented to accept the penalty of £2 10,
and he might state publicly his fee had been
five guineas ’n the case, lie was prepared to
pay half or this because he was sutlering very verymuch
much verymuch being ill.
His Worship here enquired, iu view of the
apparent line of defence, whether in larger
places than Trinidad it ivvas customary to
have interpreters in such matters as the one
in question, as lie did not think so, at least
not In the dock.
Mr Pollard repl ed that it was customary,
and that every large Looion house h&d its
Foreign clerk.
In anrwer to the Magistrate Mr O’Connor
stated that the penally offered w.'s the single
duty of the articles, and lie was willing to
accept It. An order was made acooidtcgly
and tho hna was paid Me 0 Conner said be
was very thank ful for the result, and Mi
Pollard replied that he was not thankful.

COMMERCIAL NOTES.
A VALUABLE TESTIMONIAL
[OOI'T ]
W J 3 TucKKit Esq
Dear £i',
Wo thack you for you* uote of the
17th, also for sample cf Ocooa cured and
dried by yon* new artificial system. We
ooi elder tho cocoa excellent, Though the
besua are a little tco Park; this no
doubt can to cverooma. We have been
muob interested in your experiments
Yours ti uly,
Sg l Cadbcrx Bros. Ltd.
19. h Oat. 19C0.
Amocg the altractlo>-8 fa bo seen cn
Ereder ck Kfrcet to-morrow we have
been it formed th»& ‘‘El Popu'&tV
dispiv.y of Fanoy G ods juit receive 1 by
th« Mail will surely •* take tho cske,”
Quite h nice asscr meat of ths latest
novelties for genihmen and ladies’ wear
is to bo teaa la every department, but
more particularly in tha Miliicety
Department under Madame Hub’s
miaageme’t and in tbo Ba'v* ani Shoe
Dspartaect. If tbla fsot i-> known sb it
dosoms to be, a large number cf persons
will surely visit tfcia popular atom
to nv rrow. Wo leam tba*. Mr MsU’&rd
luterds jivitg nw.>y to purohasotg of one
dollar, tnd upwards a;ms roaUy good
dcvb'b by the lest cf su'horr.
“THE TIMES.”
Things aro locking livaly at N\ 29
f'roderick and Q leou Sfteeiß, Every
mdl Lrirgs fresh arrivals ci now Good?.
Mosst# Henderson & Cc, are now di»;
playing p v riod and select Stock of
Tweeds, CoaUcgs, ready made Olothio*
boots ot every descripfion, and a shoioa
saionfion r.f tbo highly priiad Fetu Corset
to suit tho most fastidious l.menioe
taste, Also worid renowned per ft merks
aud Eseecoos In great variety They
ii vilo a oa!' Rod p«n confidently sssurn
tho Luytng jub ic tba’; they will be
ogroeabJy surprised at tho splendid value
they will meet with aud U o exceptionally
l w tijuree at whloh they 6ro cff3rod for
sa o
Ic aioordacoe with the'ir usual Ohdst Ohdstmas
mas Ohdstmas custom cn and slier Monday
D. ceraher 3rd Bsllcns ami most attrac attractive
tive attractive South African W«r Pictures wi'l be
jiren gratuib usiy to beCaßh Putcheie s.
A BANITABY INVENTION.
Ocmbication Condeiso.l Milk, Pitoher
aid Gun opener-opens |the Can itself.
No dirt, mi k alwey* frerh and olean,
Ore- ocir,es every ol jsotionable feature
in tho ure of Ootuforjs«d Milk. Nj
dipping and soiling cf hands Used from
Pifc-her ns mi kor oroam 83
csntn ca-h, only at tho Herali, Georgs
do G an., .1 Co.
Y. tt c.«» buy Eneuiel Psint, really
raised pa nts, Gcprl varnished, turpoa turpoa(ino,
(ino, turpoa(ino, eto,, oh ap at tha Herald

Mr. I G L’anos N ; 6u cf No 1 Club
find Mr. 0. Wallace Nc. 41 of No 2
wtrn tho for uoato winners atyestor atyestorc’aj'ii
c’aj'ii atyestorc’aj'ii drawings. All iho membora will
| !oai>e pty up. Only at the Cosmo Cosmopoiitsn.
poiitsn. Cosmopoiitsn. Ailvt.
Jc In cur WMcb Club. The
wirner so? fba first week will pay
t nly oneebillicg for Ms watch and
ihe lieoond man two bhiiiicgp. Only
filtefiQ mumbere wanted to olese cp.
Keadtra ocuoe at.d join fo-naorrow.
O ly a! tho OusnaopolllSD, J L
Eitale, Adv>,
FOUEIHODGHT’
Over Ihrm thoutand six hundred
( l.i 00) claims havq be&n paid In
1 rinidsd by tbo Bunbe ktn Buctfit
Hcciety L r tmted.
Tha rusalt of forethou)(bt is np npperent
perent npperent These who have nol takrn
alvan’scocf puob profeotton should
c niuit jhr Booiety’a iablo of rates.
IVrcom residiDß in any pari of the
/•land who may deelte information,
»-o inviied so write for the Sooiety’s
pratpt'ClUS.
Agunto are uquirtd iu distiiota at
i rificut unrepieatutcd,

SYMItfMISa 948 Iffl MS*
HACB,
join tba I cl/teobalo Watch Gittb
in the hand# of ratable Jewellers.
Twenty-four m mths gturEntte, watch
ad j listed free of erst a‘. any time. By
paying H, per week f»r flurry weeks.
Geut'a Keyless teautun'dy chased
ball marked Silver W* c-h can be
obtained. Drawing weekly. Tbe lucky
winner each week ceases to pay. The
choice of a better is optional by
paying the difiarence. Only at the
Puiyteehoic Com Asstn. Ltd.
J N JAMES,
Manager.
Brunswick Square,
Opposite Tramway Siding.
•en-,oa3aoid s.f »Q|oog oqi ioj
U«o ao ajUAi —sDaßjiodcnj ijanom
-3ied jo si eao siqj pas 'aa'jm jo
da epsta 8j sjirj 'B3U3Q9 d|t;Bpieq
19\WX 8 JH(S ‘aeddsq qi«ap Jltioqg
—3aiß9ajq‘ 9iq9|ji34 e 8t pn AjOfOOS
833333 raesqanq oqf a» Aojjod
e Aq paptojga uofiouioid gqt eao
as qons oj, ’dcaooaj pus
-oa3 jo B3oj sasaui i|
qaapiooe joj psqooian io 'Bsauqt
jfqjfiaaj e £q a-3-'i85t940 aaq* „ Asp
Aajßi,, eqi io j aieipp At sj b *fq dajj
-jnd faeaOid socaooui paiicaq esoqAt
saoaiad jo uoptsod eqi ssqiicssp
Ay 3jrq 'buiqesds tjvaiaSg ‘etqi
•NMoa aaisda

NOTICE,
THE residence of Mr Jones Wilk'mßOa
Registrar of Births and Deaths far
the South-ovatern District of Perl of
■’peiu, is removed to No 8, Hour? Bt.
obliquely oppcsße tbe Grocery of Meagre
Stephens and boots
In the matter of S, Pereira & Co.
in Liquidation,
A SECOND end final dividend of
Is. 1-SJ. in the £ ia hereby dt dto'arod
o'arod dto'arod and is now payeb'e at (bo cffict
of (be uaderasgnrd 80, Queen Street,
Pott of Pp&in,
DAVID ADAMSON,
Trustee.
NOTICE,
THE barker next to tho Union Ghib is
oallod Antonio Ferreira and not John
Oliviers,
FOli BENT.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.
T HE premises late’y known as the Rid
a Boot Store Vincent & Go, Fre Frederick
derick Frederick Street, For particulate.
Apply to
PROTHKROE,
Telephone 219,
Ist Deer. IPOO—Lw,
GARDENING.
JOSEPH GOMES OAMACBO is pre«
U pared to undertsko ail kinds of
gardening rn Tennis Lawns, etc; credit
for (hrto menths according to agreement
He !s now in ptEteeslcn cf new plants to
make tenesia aa in England. Further
p rrticulars ca i bo bad from him at
Belmont Gsrcu’ar Road, second let above
tbe old Ao/ium,
NOTICE, ~
rUB linmifire t slip '• Moy” Mt
Calcutta i;u Bth November for this
Colony with 605 Immigrants on board.
Sh? m&y be exrectod to rniva about tbe
middle of February.
W H COOMBS.
Protector.
MARQUIS GROCERY
JU3T RECEIVED

A Jargo assortment of HUNTLEY
& PALMER’S BISCUITS,
Mcrton’a Jr.ms, Fruits in Syrups, French
and Euglieh Sweets. Potted Meats,
Boiled ard Roast Mutton fn J and
1 lls tint, Cera Beef, Ox tail Soup,
Spinurd au Natural, Pate do foie gras
truffa, Lunch Tongue.
Lisbon Olaret and White
Wine, Fine Old Fort Wine
OXFORD AND
QAMBRIDGi: SAUB'GES.
Corner of Oxford fe Ciaretoe Str,
AUCTION SALE
FOR
â– Jueeday, 4th Deer., 1900,
AT
NO. 19 UPPER PRINOE STREET,
FAVOURED with instructions received
Lorn MRS DOYEN, the undersigned
will offat for sale tho following House Household
hold Household Furnituie, Seda Machine, Fixtures
&o, viz:
Mahcgauy Bid, board marble top,
Mahogany tide and Centre Table*,
Bus«, R .ck'ng Chairs, Pictures Bock*,
Mn»i>. Locking Glftts, Iron Bedstead
and M t-a-rce
Ono Soda Muhlce by Herman La
Chapelle, No 1,
C.fper Syphon with pipe, Glsu
Eyphons. Patent Ba'tles, Actd Basket,
PHSteii* Filter, &o, &o- Oil of Lemon,
Remy’s royal lice starob, Arrowroot,
TauUilo Act l , Gloves, Mauby Bsrlr,
J u‘m« gs, 1 Plated Birep boiler
Moulds fo* oukoa, Lr-mp shader, Got Gotten
ten Gotten Word, Prevision Bavkc'.r, Gcglets,
rat .at ice, Terrir.es, Ctramberr, 1 large
Beale, 1 small Soa’e, Counter Crystal
bottle*, Colours 1 paper, Shop Fixtures
G'*«« Gassr, and sundries as will
*PI e*r,
BALE AT li.Bo P M.
Tam* Ca»h Before Delivery
FRED. KM BCOTT,
Auctioneer.
N 0.2 3; Vtaodt Spool,
2bi.lt NovcmWi IWO'

immm
h li Volt to kftoW, wHft *ii%
quirei a pUta of jewelry made or r?*
paired, an inscription engraved in
monogram, script, old English or any
type, that it can be done in an artistic
manner, by Monroe Bornn, who Ims
has much experience in jewelry line
Call at 5a Brunswick Square and
see the medal made by him, to be
presented at ihe coming Bicycle Races
by Bornn Cycle Depot and Goldsmith
Establishment... Advt.
Mads Like New.
That's wbat Clantons dees to every
Garment that is brought to him to be
CLEANED OR DYED.
Tha Holidays aro coming or, look np
ycue faded Butts an i Dresses and send
them to Clantons, There is no need to
discard a suit or a dsees because it is
soiled cr dirty. Remember Ola mens
can mvke It lock aa good as r.ew again,
teed it to Olaraens to be o’eaued or
tlyod. Tho a Trinida l Dye Works of 23
years standing in Port of bpiin is the
only roliablo debiting and djeiog
establishment in tbe West Inc La,
R. J. J. CLAMENS,
Awarded Diploma and Medal 1898.
Corner cf Dube and Geerge Str.
Telephone 15.
0 P BORELY,
Agent,
CAUTION.
(HEREBY caution the public against
the iliudoiugs of certain pedlars who
eell Chooolats falsely representing same
to be my manufj.o'.uro.
Alt Chocolate made bv me is sold only
at ray residence N > 1 Kent StrcoL
CHAP. DR LA BASTIDE.
Notios of Rsmovai.
THE efths of this papar, has been
removed to tbe premises No. 10
Cbaoon Streak (next dcor to our
former office),
We would aak our advertizing
friends and subscribers kindly to
take notice of this change in our
addreES.
PORT-OF SPAIN GAZETTE OFFICE,
No. 10 Chacon street, Pori>of-9pain
Notice.
OUBLIO NOTIOE is hereby given that
* in pursuance of tha powers vested in
metigsgets under tbo Conveyance, and
Law cf Property Ordinance, 1384, and
by virtue of ado d bearing date the Qlgt
cf June, 1897, regie! ered as No. 1816 of
J 897, aud made between George Arthur
Jordan, cf Urn town of San Fernando, of
|h9 one part,ond tie Tricidad Building
and Lost; Asscc'ation, of Iho ether par*,
there will be put up for sale at publlo
auc'lon by the uedereigeed at nis Auc-
MarL No, 2 St Vincent Street, on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, ihb 17th cf Dkc&mbbb next, at
one o’clock p.m.
£ll and Singular that Mc-feuage and
L«nd known as lot No. 63 of St. Vin Vincent
cent Vincent Street, in the town cf Ban Fernan Fernando,
do, Fernando, abutting cn the North, upon St,
Vincent Street, on tbe South upon lands
cf Arthur George Maclntyre, on tbe
upon lands of Ce&sarire Francois,
r.rd on the West upon lands cf William
Alfred Herbert, together with ail the
appurtenances.
Pert of Spain this 26th day of Nov November,
ember, November, 1900
FRED. Em. SCOTT,
Auctioneer,

TBINIDAD
In the Snr romo Ooutt of Tri id ad and
Tobago—Summary Jurisdiction —
Port’cf-Spain
Nc. 260 of 1800,
Between
Joseph Nahid—Plaintiff
and
Bt. Rose William—Defendant;
T)UBLIU NOTICE is heroby given
A that by an Order of Bis Honour
tbe Chief Justice made in this action on
tbe IBth day cf October 1900 there will
be put np for srie before the d~ora of the
Court Hcuse Pcrt-of-Spain cn Thursday
the 6th day of December 1900 betweea
the hours of of oce and two p m,
All au f Singular those two several
parcels of land the first theroof compris comprising
ing comprising 16 acres be tbe sarao a little more
or lets delineated snd with tho abuttals
aud boundaries shewn in the Grown
Grant entered in Volume IX folio 502
ami bounded on tbe North by a road
reserved on tho Bouth by a read 44 links
wide on ihe East by lands petitioned for
by M Jihocon and cn tbe West by lands
cf 8 Bt. Jean and tbe second thereof
situate in the Town of 3t, Joseph In the
Ivleud of Trinidad and known as tbs
half lot Nc- 2 Abercrombie Street snd
abutting on tbe North upon lot No- 2b
cf Abercrombie Street on tbs Bouth upon
iot No. 1 cn the Righ Road snd on the
West upen 'he said Abercrcmbie Street
entject ss regard tha parcel of land
firstly dasorii ed to a mortgage in favour
cf lire Excellency Colonel David WUion
Governor of British Honduras and Alfred
Byudsy Bowfo t rested by a memerant
dutn of mortgage dated tbe iOih day of
February 1889 and tbo payment of the
sutu of S4OO cn tho 10th day of February
1904 end interest thereon thereby se secured.
cured. secured.
Dated this 22nd day of Ootober 1900
(agd,) ERNEST D CLARKK,
Deputy Registrar
FOR RENT RENTTHAT
THAT RENTTHAT oemmediena residence Noe. 4
snd 6 Wellirgton Terraco lately
occupied by Mrs Soledad von Baudits
ecmpieteiy furnished, very cool and
beaitby, Rent only S9O per month,
For further particulars please apply ti
J. N, HARHIMAN A GO

OUR.
BOOT & SHOE
!
DEPARTMENT, j
ooc—
Men’s and ladies Tennis Sl®
From 2/ to 3 dollars,
1
Chinese Straw Slippers at 200 and 240
Carpet Slippers at 360 and 48c.
Ladies, Girls and Children's Floral Slippers at 18,20 and 24c
Gent’s and Ladieß’ Tan Slippers at 600 and 720
Gent’s and Ladies’ Venezuelan Alpargatas
GENT’S FINE GLACE TAN E.S. 80018
GENT’S HEAVY DERBY HOE BOOTS,
Gents Heavy Balmoral BOOTS.
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Lace Boots, round toes
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Laoe Boots, needle toes
Gent’B Heavy Leather Tap Sole American Laoe Boots,
round toes.
Gent’s Fire Glace Kid Pump Soles, American Boots (lace
and E. 8.)
Gent's Fine Box Calf American Lace Boots, ronnd toes
Gent ; j White Buckskin Tennis Boots, Gent’s Tan Tenia
Boots—good quality.

SFR OUR YOOTH'S—IRON DUKE
American lace M
LADIES’ WHITE SATIN COURT SHOES-
Ladies White Kid Strap Shoes, beaded toes and bom
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Familylßoot3 T
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Glace Kid and Cloth Top hs®
Boots
Ladies Lasting and Glace Button Boots
Ladies Fine Glaoe Kid Button Boots, stitched forepart
Ladies Heavy Calf and Grain Lace Loots,
mwim maoim
$6 to sls,
Gent’s Bine Glace Kid Lace and E 8 Shoes
Gent’s Fine White Buckskin Lace Shoes *»aj
Men’s Single and Double Solo Army Bluchers .from
to 10/,
B»own, Black and White Boot Polish
Busso-Combination Cream for Tan Boots , pj'ent
Eureka Combination Cream .for Box Calf, Be
Leather
CAHI6TEH6 * fSK* w
In all sizes,
GENT’S WATERPROOF OVERCOATS
From $3.60 to $lO each
SHOE HORNS Os ALL S*# 8 ’
BOOT & SHOE LAOES k trom 2cito 6o per V* 11
mmQO
Michael P. MaiU al<^
EL POPULAB,
Comer of King and Frederick

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STEPHENS & SCOTT. THE STORES.
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GRAND SHOW OF CHRISTMAS GOODS
COMMENCING MONDAY 3rd INSTANT.
yjQ will make aGE V.ND SHOW ia all Departments of our immense stock of high-class, up-to-date Goods The shipment received per R.M.S. last week has opened up remarkably well and contains many good thing!
for XMAS BUYERS. Possibly you are racking your brains, thinking of what you can get this Christina* for your relations and friends ia the way of nice and inexpensive presents ?
When in doubt try “ The Stores. 1 ’
We hold the most extensive and best assorted stock of Goods suitable for Christmas Present, for young and eld o? all classes in the Colony. TOYS & GAMES of every description. D mbs (drived) and Dolls (cn (cndreesed)
dreesed) (cndreesed) an immense assortment, Hocking Horses (all sizes), Sailing Boats, Engines, Steamboat*, Merry-go-rounds, iiuios, Horses and Carts, Parrots, Birds, Babbits, Bicycles, do. Moro additions to our stock of
SOLID SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS.
WALKING CANES—ASSQR FED WOODS-SILVER MOUNTED AND WITH SOLID SILVER HEADS.
- But to give a list of all the good things to which we would call your attention
we would require the whole paper,
* —* "7C Y *V* 'iK —t*TVT**T % AC % XY tIJfRD Or as soon after that date as possible and share
5.—,1.. X w in the good things now offered at
_ THFI STORES,

Marble Tombstones
Artistic Monumants.
Made in Italy, by skilled Sculptors. For sale and made to
order, gll particulars, and three splendid specimens, can be
seen at oar office and show rooms.
M- J. TAUEFI, fe do,
Coiner of Ring and Charlotte Streets.
THE ORINOCO
Shipping and Trading 00,, Ltd.,
68, KING tiT&BKT, POBT-OF-BPAIN, TRINIDADi
166, FBRCHUBC3 MtTKKT LONDOUT, 8.0, t
STSAHESS

MAOASEO LINE.
B. B. Bolivia
S, 8 Manias* aaa
S< S. JDmsa
To# Si* Ci*Loa
I I

I
B*piiM,Bte«uncE setvSuo sound tbs' la . nd, and %a and from Tobago by 3!j<-
IS-"Manasnara'! "nndar CSoTarumact ;1 •. rac% carrying Malla j-’d Paaaeagort
feroralon and Family Tinkers fssned for tbs round trig at spnolal rates (eaeaJs
WQded).
. BsgoJ&t combined setvk-t by the 8:“ Veacedor ’ and 8,8. “ Bolivar’
«tt*n I,a Gualrs, Gunn 4 .#, CuEiauf*, M.v.arite (Porfemar), Garupaco, Trtnldad,
•iG triad Bolivar,
thrcrjh tickets Irrcad between Lr> Cnoiva, Pett-cf-Spaia and intormedhti'
|«&i sbs points on tfeo tipper Orinoco *. rred by tbo Company's Pte^raasi,
®>rcufh rate* of frdflfc tclwso C; Luvl feu!iv*r ar.4 Ifur-:«, loVs-
Mwiaira and the fsitermedlafo port* cu »L- Main an.l Kuropo*
rwraessyea, freight sud all* ItJcrmo >-.t, *yplf at tin Gcap&ufn Chief OS**
WW-Spaln, SfeißaJ,
„ Telsß&ene* TelesOfaphia Mdrese.
.. .. ..No. eg f Leiden
m*kb Office , in’ .. f TH* 6
nffiro Rft Wo fw>. | V*w Y.-vb
J The Great French Remedy
! FOB INFANTS.
I ?
{ The Nurse’s and Mother’s Treasure by Dr.
! F. E. Picault,
Thla eioollerS ccothlrg preparation cfin I o given with «hs
irestest ssfet* to Infants and yrtn-g children wb i tuffer
from Polios, Wir.de, Vcmititgb, Diarsfcoo , cr Lcosenren
of tbe Bowel*, Aci.tity cf the Stomach ai d In'tslices and
i f all the complaints to which children are subject. The
Treasure greatly facilitates Teotbirg end cons*quentfy
ptevanfs these oonvuleiom which carry off iso many child children
ren children year, 240 PER PHIAL only at
RAMSEY’S PHARMACY.
Xmas Toys, Xmas Toys
GREAT REDUCTION IN TOYS!
ooo
Toys for of
».auu Bazaars should call at the Victoria, 13 Frederick
Street, before going to aDyfother store,
Bfc* BBd Bd Toys going for la each ; ailJciK la and 1/6 Toys gotDg
id Toys going for 2e eacb,
assortment of Furniture just arrived
I | —AT— —AT-1
-1 —AT-1 & Co„ Victoria, No. 13, Frederick Street

i OPi RIVER STEAMERS.
8, S, Avdbi.
j B, 8. Gdanari.
g. S. Maspahko,
B. S. Sooorho
B, 8. Hiaoa,
S. 8< Moboanixc,

THE PORT QF * PAIN &AZETTE’ SUNDAY DECEMBER 2. MOO

i iiip ft piffiraie
ilafts *4 d i i H H u it§ i @ Ills ll id *
>♦ »♦ <•
REALLY GOOD
BORDEAUX WINE
Only $1 70 per Demijohn.
Cost of paokage refunded whoa returned in good condition,
ATH. FORTIES.

13 k art an' Move wen is,
JUHELUKB WKSTtHDSSHF
MAJID! KS$,
ah- SirA Omyeiif lifdl.—Jgaas
1 >RINB WILLEM lit-The Dutch Ma'
{. Bimr Prior Willem 111 is due here fronr
Amsterdam via Paramaribo and De me ? ari
cn or shout the 10th December, 1900, pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding afterwards so Osrupano, Ouman-
Gtnnaia LaGuaira, Pto. Oabelio, Curasao
Jacmei, Aax Caves, Fort au Priaoe anr
New York, faking cargo, passengers, aud
mails.
; >KJKLi WILLEM IV—Tbe Duioh Ma’.
jg_ Steanifi •• Prina Willem IV” Is deal
cere from Venezuelan Ports on or about
tbo 13 b December, 1900, proceeding after afterwards
wards afterwards to Demerara, Paramaribo, Havre and
Amsterdam taking oargo passengers and
mails.
JEAIT'JS— Tb. Dutch Mail Chartered
Sumter Jeanne ” its due ht*e
frem Amsterdam vis Paramaribo, ana
Demerara cn ct abo rt It JCth December
1900 p.rceeding afterwtrda to Oarupanc,
Cumaua, Quanta, La Quayro, Puerto
Cabelio, Curaoao, Jacmel, Aux Cayes, Port
au I’riooe and Hew York taking oargo pas passengers
sengers passengers and malls.
FRIN3 WILLEM 11.-Tbe Dutch Mail
Steamer •! Pclns Willem II” Is due
here from Venezuelan Forts on or about the
97th December 1900, proceeding afterwards
to Demeraraj Paramaribo Havre md Am,
eterdem taking oarco, passengers and malls,
TRINIDAD LINE OB’ STEAMERS
Trinidad Shipping d Trading Co. Ltd.
MARAVAL— The s.s “ Maraval” of tbe
Trinidad Line will leave New York on
Saturday the 24th November 1900 end Is
due bore via Grenada on Tuesday 4tb
December 1900
GRENADA— Tbe e.s. “ Grenada’' of the
Trinidad Line will leave New York,
on the sth December, 1990, and is due
here 14tb proximo,
IRE ROYAL BTEAM PACKET CO.
F 8 Scott & Son—Agent.
* SK—The R.M.S. Esk will leave for
s’* Southampton [Don homeward from
Barbadoes) and other West India Islands,
Demerara, Surinam, Colon, &c, &c, on 6th
December, taking cargo, passengers
and mails.
i ,* DEN—The R.M.S. Eden will leave on
D* Wednesday, 12th December, 1900, for
Tobago and I.a Guaira, taking cargo, pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
j DEN -The R.M.S. Eden will leave for
t Soutiuimpton (Trent homeward from
Btrbadoes) and other West India Islands,
Demerara, Surinam, Colon, Ate, on 30th
December, 1900, taking cargo, passengers
and mails.
f SK-The R.M.S- Esk will leave on
l / Wednesday, 26tb December, fer
Tobago and I.a Guaira, taking cargo, pas
sengers and mails.
BOSNEATU, —Tha Royal Mall Chartered
i Str “ Rosceath " due here ou or about
12th Droember 1900 will take oargo for
Havre, Loudoo, Hamburg, Amsterdam Ao

FREDERICK LEYLaND & CO. (1900;
LIMITED WEST INioIA d OAOIFIG
BRANCH.
New Calonial Company Limited—Agents
BERNARD HALL—Tho e.s * Bernard
llal’l la duo here frem Liverpool via
Barbados cn or about tbo 11th December
1900 proceeding afterword? to LaGusjra,
Pto Cabailo; Curacao; BavaniFa and Carl
tbagena taking oargo passengera and mails.
V ARQASBO-The London Dircot Line
O steamer * Sargasao’ h duo duo hero |
frem London viaßsrbadcs on or about tho
let r/tesmher 1900 proceeding afterwards to
Demerara Derbies and Surinam taking
oorgo passengers and mails;
LONDON LINE OF STEAMERS
New Colonial Company Ltd. —Agents.
SABA —The London Direct Line Steamer
“ Saba” is due here from Loudon via
Barbados, on or about the 15th Deer., 1900.
proceeding afterwards to Northern Islands,
taking cargo, passengers and mails.
HARRISON LINE OF STEaMERS,
J N Uarriman A {C.o—Agent*
t LECTHIGIgN—The « a Electrician of
lb the Harrison Line ia now In port and
will leave to-morrow evening (3rd Instant)
for La Guayra, Puerto Oabelio, Curegoa,
Bavanilla, Carthagena and Llmon taking
oargo, paißsngersiand mails.
COMPAGNIE GENERAL TRANSAT TRANSATLANTIC
LANTIC TRANSATLANTIC
C Leolaud A Son Agents
VILI.E db TANGER—The French
mall steamer ** ViJie de Tangec” is due
here from Demerara cn ths 7th Decern
bei and will leave the same day for St.
Luola. Martinique, Guadeloupe and St
Nazaiie, taking passengers, malls and
oargo,
LABRADOR- Tbe French MaU ate**
J met “ Labrab ;r ”is due here from
Europe via Guadeloupe and Martinique on
or about the 11th December, prooeedlng
afterwards to Cerupano, La Guaira, Puerto
Cabeile, SeveulUe, Colon and Port Llmon,
taking passengers, malls and cargo,
1 ? ILLE oe TANGER—The French MaU
V steamer ‘ Ville de Tanget” is doe here
from Europe via Guadeloupe, Martinique
ard St Lucia on or about the 24th Deoem Deoemb«r,
b«r, Deoemb«r, proceeding afterwards to Demerara,
Surinam and Cayaone, taking passengers,
mails and cargo.
LABRADOR, -The French MaU stea steamer
mer steamer “Labrador” is dus bore from
Vereznelan ports on or about the 30th
December, prooeedlng eßarwardi to Mar
Unique, Guadeloupe, Eantander, Bordeaux
and Havre, taking pareengerr, metis and
oargo.
SUM ; ;â–  . isfsijjtiffl.
ARRIVALS,
Ist December.
FIS Vr-EDORE, B it t'oop, ( lowden,
19 tonjr, 2 days C.'irria'-oo - 70 i.oatfl,
21 sheep, 200 fowls. 6 bexes eggs, 8
tarkeve and 14 dkrs,
RIBIKG SUN, Brii sloop, Jamas II
tons, 2dajs CMtucou —l2 boxes
eggs, 2 jfois fowls, 2 batrele bottles,

1 sheep, 2 goats, 7 pigs, 5 turkeys, 3
boxes provisions and 7 dkrs.
ROSA JAOINTA, Ven schnr, Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, 14 tons, 2 days Guiria—2o
goals, 2 bides, 3 pigs, 5 tutkeys, 7
pkgs salted beef and 1 like.
DEPARTURES.
Ist December,
VICTORY, Brit sloop, Simmons, 18
tons, St. Vincent sundry pkgß
mdse and 4 dkrs.
YACUA, Ven sebnr, Logan, 80 tons,
Guiria—sundry pkgs mdse and 31
dkrs.
WILD ROVER, Brit schnr, Hassell,
54 tons, Barbados* -4 000 tcoconuts
sundry pkgs fmdze and 25 deckers
—Ellis Grell & Co.

COLONIAL BANK EXCHANGE.
BSUUKO BATHS-IC»DOR.
Draft*
80 day* ~ 4.83 pas <6IOO
SO „ .. I.8 r do.
80 ~ ... 18< do
3 H .. 168 do.
PARIS,
limits
UQ days w fas. 517 par §
{i ... o 5.35 t.o.
30 ; , 0.13 do.
3 „ 5.U do.
Demand ct Lkyds-Bo per £ or part,
New ¥ ork Kate of XSxcbango 1 o/o prtm.
Stamp fee So be added in ever? case-
Pert of Spain—l2!h Novr, 190 G
1 O-DAY’B RXTUREsT
Ist Sundayln Advent,
MONDAY.
Supreme Court 10.30 a.m.
Committee meeting of the Trinidad
Public Library 4 p.ra.
Almanack this Day.
hiobwaxib.
Port of dpaln Morn C-12. .Aft 0.58 p,m
Son rises ... .. 6 06 am,
Sun eeta ... .. 5,34 p,m
Moon seta .. .. 2.08 p,m.
Mohday.
Port of SpatD Morn 1.32. .Aft 2.07 p.m,
Son rire’ .. ~ B 06 arm
Bun seta .. ' 584 p.m.
Mocn seta .. 3.(6 p.m.
jiFUSF
FGBT-C E-TAIN
SUNDAY, 2nd DECK 1900.
OBICKET.
When during the last English
cricket season the West Indian team
made such a respectable display iu the
very home of cricket, it was expected
that an impetus would have been
given to the game in the West
Indies to such an extent us to render
the next contest between an English
visiting team and local ’Vest Indian
teams a matter of still greater interest
than the first visit of English cricket cricketers
ers cricketers to the West Indies three years
ago. The selection of a representa representative
tive representative eleven very often gives scope to
perversity and favouritism leading to
a more or leas legitimate amount of
dissatisfaction in various quarters ;
but there was a consensus of opinion
that the West Indian selection com committee
mittee committee had approached its work in the
true spirit and had acquitted itself of
its task in a thoroughly successful
manner, and that the criticism which
it incurred in the performance of this

task were such as were inseparable
from the always invidious oilice of
selecting On their return here, the
Trinidad representatives were accor accorded
ded accorded a welcome, regulated, it is true,
in its enthusiasm, but of such a
na'ure as to indicate that all classes
had been interested in their doings
and were satisfied with the share they
had taken in impressing upon the
Biitish public the possibilities of
West Indian cricket- We cannot,
alas, say that the expectations foun founded
ded founded on the success of the West Indian
visit to England are in course of
being realized. It seems probable
that a few more cricket clubs are iu
existence to-day in the country dis districts
tricts districts than did exist some years ago,
but an examination of the perfor performances
mances performances at recent matches leaves no
doubt that the standard of play has not
improved, but has even deteriorated
The Jove of cricket is perhaps a.*
strong and as general as it has ever
been ; but their is an essential differ difference
ence difference between the love of cricket as
applied to a West Indian and the same
expression as applied, say, to an
Englishman In the latter case the
expression implies that the lover „.'tks
every opportunity of ; . actising nud
perfecting himself in the game ; in
the former case, it seldom means more
than that the lover is prepared to go a
short way and, perhapi, pay a small
rum to see the game. The main diffi difficulty
culty difficulty probably sprmgs from the cli climate
mate climate whose enervating effects decided decidedly
ly decidedly militate against, the keen pursuit of
a game requiring so much exertion
Our leading club, in point of social
and financial importance, The Queen’s
Park Cricket Club is unahie to estab establish
lish establish its supremacy in the game itself,
aud its proportion of actual, not
nominal, playing mombers to aou
playing members is grotesquely small.
The deficiencies of the principal club
naturally react upon the others, and
thus we may not hope for any pro progress
gress progress until the Queen’s Park (. lub
has applied itself with renewed vigour
to the cultivation and improvement of
the game which is its chief ration d'
hire, A revival of the Cup competi competition,
tion, competition, too, is likely to be productive «1
good result. We have no doubt that
if the Queen’s Park Club were to
undertake the organization of such a
competition, a generous donor of a
cup would noting be wonting. Borne
further incentive than the vogue pros prospect
pect prospect of distinguishing himself against
an English team ia urgently needed
to counteract the laugour of the local
wielder of the willow.
It la a good many years new, uluoa
one of our younger creole planters
publioly announced that from his prao
deal knowledge of the eugsr industry
as carried on in this Colony as well ats
from a at-refa! study of the augur
Question, be waa couvlnoed tha f
thera only one way of saving
the tugar Industry m lb!o Colony
and that was by establishing a
geceral system of ovm farming in aii
the Dugar Districts of ibe inland.
Many of hla feliaw-pianl "n vho
at first reg .tried th * > * ’ > ; ' f)
highly utopian, were subfi qae&tiy

compelled to admit that the fire*
i llo;;P madeln reU-blkbine care farms
weie prev og high'? EBOfcs?ful and
that the schema did io»>!y premise
to be of urdoub ed adv.uia.e Now,
tbera are few indeed, who know
anything of sbe sog&r industry, who
will not beartly endorse the opinion
above reftrred t>. In this cor corneotion,
neotion, corneotion, we were rather turprieed
to find that the advantages accruing
to the larger estates frrm >be ecp.
pin s famished by ibe esne-’amu ra
vrero not more riiteotly referred to
by ho oba ; tm*T.i f the new Colonial
Company r t tbtir iatt ginttsl
m lug held lav menth. Tcecnly
refecnoo uc-ada to esno ftt nri g was
U e:t-section vw.h she purchaser ft ha
Santa Margarita Ks'aia in regard to
which tbs chairman e&ld —
Now, !f jcu wifi tyre from the accounts to
the list of r>t» you will Rod ,c;r ihero is Inc'tried au cstu's cubed Santa
M uqurliacf SCO acre.-, which *'»l not ap appci;-ia.at
pci;-ia.at appci;-ia.at year, k'bai. ia a unall estate, In
Xtluhiad, which flea between cue factoejr
.»ud cue cf cur eShet estates—ln iso f , It
lies very conveniently amongst cue pro properiisr.
periisr. properiisr. It is largely occupied by farmers
who grow eruar, ami wise supply as with
Csnee. 'l’bsre ween two advantages in this
pu> • V.ce. First ct all it give us a eert of
r, mi,, i•v. e tbs car ol ct t Lean ((.ruia-e,
si.-i I' : •: vi. r 'itUe o utrcl over tba
in- il , b? derived fecra the
, s â–  l - 1 love beugbs that
, e , r... Irvo S' tu*. I.ut we
till* • u . as well worth what it mat os
me... .' ft-, tn -os c fvo points wbi.b 1 bava
Indicated. Buttbr. it i* net » bad in vest vestment,
ment, vestment, 1 ibirk you viif adroit when I tell
ycu ibat lha nil to coat £6CO, and *hat tbs
rents frem It ew«unt to £3OO a ye«t-(he*',
bear) eo (bat 1 think It wca a falr>y gooa
purchase.

CURRENT EVENTS
A Portuguese shop rlwk named
J jt.yk Jo SKvs, residing an Belmont
Circular Koad, was conveyed to the
Colonial Hospital yesterday morning,
enffaring from several barns cn the
hfl ade cf his body It appear*
frcrn wbat we Karat, ibatde Silva
p/cng with soma boyr, weie making
firework?, who i owing to the acci accidental
dental accidental fall cf a torpedo, an explcilon
took place, by whiob De Bi»va was
hurrod ia described ibova stated
He is now al tbe bo pilal wber •
hits k Junes ar j being aUendad to.
A meeting of iba Ccmmlltte of tbe
Pobiio Library t?kes place lc*morrow
flvenlng, at 4 o'clock, at \ba Library
in Gbacon street.
Tbo fcl'oning is Monday’s Cjort*
Lis*: filMloae;—Saraop v Koodoo,
noedij of White, "oidg of Bar ad Mo.
Tr !•» - Aapha’t Gey. v. Ambvrd and
csnoibar, Asphalt Cov, v, Attorney*
Gin* &!. Grt’l find Co. v, owneri
f B W Cbatko, Uaesoil and Go, ?,
i w -a of K W Oolite, Sebeaner v.
MtDvC.i’d, lii ien v, Mendea.
Walbir v. Fitzwi l'arc.
Tut following programme will be
played at the Botanic Gardens this
ulleiuoonj under Bandmaster Grain Grainger
ger Grainger ; -
MARCH The Veomamy Patrol ....Squire
OVERT UH E --1 je* Dragons tie Vi liars
....Maillart
VAI.SE Mimosa .Jones
SELECTION* - Mignrm i Thoms*
''ALSI -Ths Gay Patiucnac Kieterl
â– KI.KCiION* ! Perichole ....Offenbach
cJAl.OP—brince*» Marie.. D’AlbeH
(i'CSTRii.’U) OH PaUS 4)

7



8

standard lifb assobakce coy.
E«tnbi!«h*d me*,
. Head Office Edinburgh, Scotland,
Sll (% it m itt ii it
JDisfaii-i .1 (i tt **« m #,000,9®
*l?3rWStf ii i, it t , • ~ 8 1W® I^oo
Gbfew Paid ».zmA ~ ~ ~ «, ~ 19,000,000
Wtittmff Attur&ttcti ~ .. , > . • 34,821,628
MODERATE BATE, ABSOLUTE SECURITY,
fiibsfa) Surrender tafae® alter Three ¥osra,
LOANS AD V JNOIfiD oa security of PcUck* up to 90 per cent, of tbs Sur Surrender
render Surrender tsine, at 5 pt • cent interort,
IMMEDIATE BKDUGTION to homo rates daring v'slts to Europe and other
template climates,
FROFQSALS ACCEPTED and Policies Issued in the West Indies without
clarence to Heed Office.
CLAIM” PAID ixmediatoly on proof of death sr.d title end settlement made
an* of the Oomp&Bys Agencies,
FOLICIBB ->n which age ia admitted are unchallengeable altar Two Year*.
TABLE OF KATES and all information may be obtained on application at
tb*- KBc* cl tbs Company, Corner of Chacon Street and Marine Square Port-of-
Spain.
Gfflie Ho&rt: From 10 to ,4. Saturdays 10 to 12*
G. BBUCE AUSTIN,
Genera! Agent and Inspector
Nee*-* Etc :j year efnoe 1885 the New Butlacss has exceeded 51,000,000, a result
maintained ncictarruptedly for so long a period by no other office* In the
the United Kingdom. last jw for tho first time os record tha New Business
ceedsd 12.000400.
LA IMTEGMDAD’
CIGARS AND CIGARETTES FACTOR!
Elaborated with Tobacco Importod Expressly from
Habarm & Venezuela,
• »•*•»♦•(
Our cig»'S, made with Caripe and Guanaguana tobacco, are
EXCELLENT AND CHEAPII
We guarantee our Cigarottea to be tho best in the island,
mado of JTABANA tobacco, at the very lowest price possible.
—Our motto is GOOD AND CHEAP!I Thy tbkm to
BE SUhB 07 IT 111
Prices :
CIGAR 3 " BENORITAB" per ICO ... H ehiUlcga
do "EBPEOIALRB do ... 10 do
do “ ELEOANTKB" do ... 12 do
do “ VICTORIAS” do ... 16 do
CIGARETTES, a dozen packages ... 3 ehillings.
Each Pi:ck3go Contains 18 Cigarettes.
WHOLESALE, DISCOUNT IN PROPORTION
Pott-oNSpaiu, Trinidad, ;*i September, 1900
A!tr.ond Walk No. I D.
RAMIREZ â– * MONTES ms The Latest Talking Machine
KDOCX
THE ZON-O-PHONE.
The {Scientific American
thinks it the most power powerful
ful powerful Machluo of ihe kind,
pre-eminently suited (or
eighteen * reoorde of the
For prloo end .terms
In osre of OmeiU Offioe. Jmm

S Dreyfus,
OPTICIAN,
20b FKEDEBICK 81RBBT,
FOR Pio«t)iopia, Myopia and Astigma Astigmatism
tism Astigmatism lu gold, gold filled and
Atumiutco frame* Examination of sight
free.
RKVHUINCKBi
Potto Spain—'Trinidad 8.W.1.
October 10th 1000.
I certify that Mr Dreyfu* has fitted
myfejrea for astigu»iM»m and ha* given
rue entire eatiafaction. I can recommend
him to eayrne requiring glnseee.
C'HAB F STOLI.MBYBU.
Reed W M Springer, Tacarlguv—
Bifocal Qlaatua
W L Hun you Esq. dan Furuaudo—
Bifocal Olaiaee
This is tha Christmas Season
REMEMBER
Always provider for your supplies
Fancy Article*, Pei Turnery, Soaps,
Cards of every description lu
Eogiirfc, French and Spanish with
Views. Photos of yourself or ÃœbiKi ÃœbiKicren
cren ÃœbiKicren for homo tnd (broad.
CALL AT eELLIEh’3,
Excelsior Studio and
Centra, Art blort.
ia Biuaewiok end i'rtu: rick tit.

HIE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE; SUNDAY DECEMBER 2. 1900.

FOR SJLH.JBJ
The Plants tier* “ DIN3LRY" and
" PAR ABIPK", (just tire minnt,a
flrlva from the Tscrrlgua Bsilway Sta Station),
tion), Station), »ltusto in the Wsrdcf Taoarigur,
one of the beshhhet l>i tbo Island.
The tindotelg | -;6d wii> give authority to
ln*pe)', or any particuUra not io this
advertisement and which may bo rea reasonably
sonably reasonably required by any inteudlng pur purchase-.
chase-. purchase-.
Offers will be recsivud hp tho under underslgcel
slgcel underslgcel np to r.con, cu Saturday, the 16)b
December rail.
LarlicuUn :
Dinaloy—
Sugar rUut ocmnlaW, Good Dwelling
II cut o.
AKut 1.6f>0 trn» cf Carotin hand*
of faruer*.
LIVE STOCK,
Valued at over $6 0.0
PQf'fliliart Do u tain lug
IU. UUltry ab ut SIS acres
Cl lautl,
Gocd supply i f river gravel. Important
teaa! t r y jleluirg * retitsl. Both
pror alios ho” under the Beat Piovort»
Ore bunco. Abo tbo
Santa Cecilia Estate—Si-^S
Ore p iicha, o-r.t' l< ii* 204 aero cf thu
(he icheit ecll i i fhj O.lony. Os thtre
40 a hS ceres lu the lame of coidtaol'i.ia
Tfce eHu uvo: IV,'CO 'fa-jj cn tho oatato
JOHN I)ir\’M9 NELLIES,
U.'l .'tor,
Hli St, Vlcceu ti net,
Pert of fpiiu.

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

Arrived!
MULES, MULES.
EX S. S, “ GRENADA,”
25 LARGE & MEDIUM MULES
To be soen at my stables corner of Richmond and Lower
Prince Street.
j. xtxjajEixx&o
10 A LOVER OF TEA
There ia no more jdelioioua
drink. To meet this the
CITY DRUG STORE
Has a blend of' CEYLON TEA Ibe beet of its kind. Jast give it a trial
and you will be convinced by Ub exoellent taale and flavour.
EUTIIYMOL PASTE, TABLETS & CREAM for the leeth, breath and
ekin. This la the luteal production cf medioal eolence.
BROMO-SODA & BROMO-SELTZER to quiet your nerves and regulate
your stomach.
MINERAL WATERS—Vichy, Celestina and Grande-Gillie ; Carabana
Hunysdl Janos, Carlsband &ci.
GEO. YERBELLES, —Druggist,
NIGHT BELL. 17a Pa g? Street.
Tasso, Tasso?
Â¥lnctfci Qna) 1 ty
JUST LANDED
FOR S / £ BY
LUCIEN F. AMBARD AND SON,
nth Nov. 1900 3| CHAaLOTrEJ BTBBBT BTBBBTWATSON
WATSON BTBBBTWATSON S xxx
Old Blended
I GLENLIVET WHISKY g
13 DUNDEE.
co
•OC LJ
J f is a pure matured Bpirit of vory superior flavour cm
A and style and enjoys a vary popular position
wherever ntrounced.
.S Supplied to all Lsadlng Hut*!# 8c Club#
zr? iC ‘ ; v f Whisky will certainly o
*" j r.YUti II: piece*. lon. Scud your orders at once to ‘z~ y
ttie Agents.
v>
.§ LEE LUM & CO,
<=f ;
W POBT-OFSPAIN.

WANTED
ALONZO LLOYD of Fourth BUeoi I
Nc- 10a, Woodbrcck, is doalroue of
hiving employment e* a diver, he haa
insry year* oxperfenoe In diving, and ha
Is prepared to give sat'sfaotlon to whe whecv.tr
cv.tr whecv.tr lives him employment.
A YOl MG mar, ajed 23, aiqua'nled
** abb Geimr.i, French and Dutch,
wiebee for a eltuation bb Foreign Cones Conesp
p Conesp i eot or a pcalti;n cf trust. Best re refareue*,—
fareue*,— refareue*,—
Apply Anytc Atrariian H to', 4 Heuy
titcoet, K

I
j FOR SALE.
| A CRKOLE BUILT BUGGY
PONY AND HABNKBB.
FPR CASH OR ON MODERATE TERMS-
Apply to
P. BLANO,
No, 89, Baal Dry River,
Duke Street Bridge l

a OHS, COLDS, SftCMCMmS-—— 1
iSNigrs 5
wtSKwm %
r lsk*te% m wt& l) A |i i* f
nmc sjjnrHpt
>to totofr&im, A*fe ce4 asß Amb -- - ,* €
y/wwW/^VW^\%»^4
jj ft,. mo*.' t
CONSTIPATION - f-lEAGACHE - CONGESTIONS
Vx: lnil *t *-P° n l‘3>:ng iiuetttS laOel r-'tnta] in four colours.
**•*•*fi**' VVi;runsrV-»■ L V.ROY.Ch* 1 ,.) I Huo dt» I’a'iu-Champa. Pa-iu a;jc At Chiuj-ss*

p~—- 7 0 A
jjgtfiesi
i/i fSlfB beautiful
women use !
CREiE SIMON
;Mra« yiDEtiNA Patti says : |
« Have found it very I
« good indeed ».
For alt irritations of the skin it is I
unequalled. Cijaps. ifedness.B
tiotir/hness , !-i‘ar ns if by J
magic.— Pmci : 1/3,2/6.and4/-perl'ot. I
J. SIMON, Paribl
LONDON,JsERTENS,64, Ho!born?iaduct,E.C. 2
Chemislt.Htirdrtssers, Perfumort end Stores I

NEW PIANOS
JUST RECEIVED
Several « STERLING” PIANOS in
black caies, soma with 3 podals
good and cheap.
OTTO PIANOS,
BRINSMEAD PIANOS
STERLING ORGANS
with 11 atep? for only $50.00
CALL AT
H. MONCEATJX
Oonier of Queen A Frederick Rtrcatr
JOHN LOGIE
OLOTEIER (C GUTTER
Begs to notify his friends and Gus
tomers that ha baa received a large
and new acscrtment of
xwßits^a.
Goa;tings Bergos
*O., to., Ao.
lo avoid diaappO!r:tntent pleas
leave orders early.
JOHN LOUIE,
'* THE SCOTIA"
8/11/BB Merino Hquare,

MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
28th November 1900,
Tbinidad.
Id the Supreme Court of Trinidad and
Tobago-Summary Jurisdiction,
Between
Ram tab all—Plaintiff
and
Bnndhoo —Defendant,
NOTICE I* hereby given that there
will bo put up for eale before tbe
doors of the Ocu Spain on Saturday tbe Bth day of
December 1800 at 12 o'clock noon,
ONE COW AND CALF
Si BAGS OF RICE.
Levied up:n in Sue ab v« nntler,
DANIEL UAltr,
D*i u'y Marrh 1.
â–  " Horses, Hcrses,
Landed To-day
Ex 8. 8. “ Grenada ” from
New York.
EIGHT o*refuily selected and stylish
Saddle and Draft Horace, via;
1 Pair Blaok Maree—beautifully matched
1 Blaok Mare and Gelding—alio a good
match
1 Gray Horse—goo I under saddle or
draft
1 Dapple Grey Mere—A perfect animal
sod gentle.
1 Bay Mare—A stylish animal,
1 Bsy Mare—A beauty.
The nbcTs ar Imala have been selected
by a judge and tboe offers an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to purchasers requiring a really
good horse
To bo lean at cur Stables'land let
ta'e bv
HUNTER HKEhTE&CO.,
&tb Dot' 19C0 South Quay, j

WANTED
FIFTY
MUU POLES,
From 30 to 40 feet long
by 7 inches rquare.
Fcr further partiau'ors appiy at
the f'ilije or et iho Wcikscftho
Triniusd EVotrio Light end Fewer
Company, Limited.
EUGENE WEHEKIND,
BeorsUry.
26th Nov. 1900.
Bay k Martins
fcSAL .AVAN LIQUID
BLACKING
FBODUOaS
A BRILLIANT
AMD
LASTING POLISH
Manlity Drosaing for Brown Boots and
She ev, will olortn and wtS h
out dark anil} f the Leather
*HS
Polish is Waterproof
Will not cor toll,the clothing.
JULIAN!! ARCHER & 00.
Bole A gent

Bull Dog Ale
BULL DOG STOUT
The Perfection cf
Bottled Beers,
To be obtained of all tbe
Principal Dealers,

iHfo*«ASTHMk
ifLJRI VjS °PP re>lision ‘ Catarrh
CLARY’S OIGARETfES
«nd CLuRY'S POWDER
rasas aase obtained tne highest aw»’i3
Hbotesale; D r CLfiRY, Mareallla (P. cm
:‘m M WW-Or-vP*'<* KJi. O'-A >

Bill CHAINS
IN
Watches & Jewellery
T HK unc« rijned beja tn inform fab
8 numerous frieeda and Cmtcmwi
that he has jusi opened op hit flu
conaignmert of
I CHRISTMAS GOODS
amcngel which h a splendid lot of
CHEAP WATCHES.
Worth double the ptioo* at which they
am marked.
JEWELLERY! JEWELLERY!!
Ucmpiiair g Genfc'omau’a Gold and Silver
Albert Chains. Ladies Queen Chains,
Gold and Gi'ver Chains, Odd Lea
Safety Pics, Brooches, Barringe, Finger
Kings, Bracelets.
ELECTRO-PLATED WABE-8t!r«
ScuTenir, Tea Spoons, Soldiers of the
Q uen, quite a novelty, and numerable
other articles marked down at ptioee to
defy early therefor*
it you with to secure com* of tbew
Exceptional Bv gains,
J, AOOEHAB PEBEZ,
Watch Maker & Jeweller.
Con or i i Q jecu A Frederick Sirota
Port-cf-Spain -Opposite W. 0 KG*
4 CO.
NOTICE.
IVfOT OK is hereby given (fast the
I* pa tnerehip Ludness carried on op
to this day between Julian HfiSiJ
Archer, Clement Frnncia o»rs and
Albert Cory Davies urder tbs tty la «
firm cf Julian B. Avohib & Do,, fan
been uiaemni as frem thia day; and that
the ermi will be carried on by tbe
Julian Henry Archer ond Albert Cory
Davies under the same atyle or firm w
Julian H. Aecueb A 00,
Dated i t Puft-uf-Spnio, 18lh Noreß*
her, 1900,
JULIAN H.ABOHBB A CO COFOB
FOB COFOB SALE VEBI CHEAP
fiii NE Lace’s Low p. d Patent L*" B
'*# Circular Saw Mill with
ooti long and Patent M **
One 24 inch Double Surf**
Planer auu Matcher, Olrotear
Steel Lire Shaft and btael NW
Belting and ether Minor Machine*«»
appliance. for Creole Lumber. :
Efficient i»a rcgaida the Lj
Berry Itirdwood Leg*, j 1 J
and Groovint. Moulding, Beading
Apply to
Da. CHAU, A, DALY.
fi.U F adariok 8» YJi**»**»»

FOB SALE.
AN elegant American
n now and a lice, stKDg An >
Apbly at
U „, VON BAUM® I
6 Wellington **
NOTICE NOTICECOR
COR NOTICECOR INVESTMENTS,^* I^
I lroml6U> fc6*o-To« w
try,
ALEX V M.THA?«N^ r ,
-i, J ci.or « t-< 1 m
16th L w»r P.icoe Slroe 1 .
1 w.*k-!9 b N'.relW N'.relWtfOß
tfOß N'.relWtfOß KENT.
I A NEWLY I
A cod end bea'tby dUgf (t *s*
deligtful River a- * frW
Eight minute * k “ k ‘ f< tf** i
Station. Rout medsrste.
cular. arpU to,
*>**£* I
18a I
U I
The Poin and published
Bauvageroat No. W ,J. «!*» fT|i I
cf Bpatn, Trinidad, »«■ I
uloetlons, AivorUiamenw
reoeslvsd / jJ
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