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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[ FORMER <Sept. 21, 1925->]
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regular
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain

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Began Sept. 21, 1825.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-no. 22427 (June 30, 1956).
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Trinidad gazette
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THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE

No. 4,972 VOL. XX.

ADAMSON’S
PfIOPERTY REGISTER
OFFICES FOB BENT.
OVER tbe stores of Messrs Garold A
Scherer fecio* South .Quay acd
Ohsocn Stress v ery ccol and airy ;
cos snltable for a Oonsul's cffioe Rect
very cheap.
[FOR SALE—A BARGAIN.
BEADTIFULLY situated Building lot
In Bweet Briar Road. St Oiair cor corfritting
fritting corfritting 15,000 tquare feet—Terms
moderate.
FOR BENT.
MBLVJLLE COTTAGE now.occupied
hi by Tboe. Boyd Hsq.. corner of
Clarence and Barrack Streets—Pcsiec Streets—Pcsiecsion
sion Streets—Pcsiecsion 16Jh Peer., 1900.
FOR RENT.
COTTAGE situate at corner cf Circular
W Road and Darceul’s Leno Belmort,
eonprlsicg Drawing, Clnirg and 8 bed bedroom*,
room*, bedroom*, front and side galleries, stable
accommodation aid usual out offices.
Immediate possession.
WANTED.
A GOOD hcuio cerr the Savarna.
About three hedreems and u«u»l
cut offices ard stables. Abcut s4l or
•50 per men! h.
Pi
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SEE OUR
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SPECIMENS
OJT
faCSRAMTB TOMBSTONES,
CALL AT
ADAMSOVcS.
UlTMt— Pen Os Spain

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l IS NOT *
§ ODR Busicoes method 1
- i — JMI " P ft \ to persistently pester and B
_ 1 rill A*^W^»VSBAP re ‘ B Y cu *° buy articles
® 111« t / nm ft*'f(p i c * D 0 P C!,,| blo uee to
HI J*A lV yru—simply for the sake is
a f A mIT cf cur Olcrbs tusking a B
Ik Jk 411 gocd"Sale” beosuee wo H
I * ?*4 II consider It a TREMENDOUS I
y |f% jy’ll NUISANCE. Wo detest such
P aSr # 0 foo'leh practice Wo have to do it B
y 1 igj * in moderation because it is business g
P I J£r I but we do cot want (and it haa B
y M I never been our practice) to have g
â–  I / I cur Cuatcmers to often wonder why B
â–  Sal they are being preeaed to buy Goods
mg I c tiered fn preference to what tboy B
mg' | have asked for simply to make a If
P Kg ‘ t " Sale." Thia we are proud to B
y MSI state b*s never happened in ou?
B mm' I store, When wo offer ® n ait,o!e f 6 B
gj i Sit' I reduced price—we do not c ffar old II
B f I# I stock or rubbish (as shop worn goods B
y I#/ | end cld otcck are treated under
P| I If I another heading) what we offer are 8
• 11 \ bright new goods—no clouded Glass-
P were a ® 6 P er oeD ** abcTo B
_ which can never be made bright and
T * a * are a dirappeintmout. Our cffetlrga fl
y ! are genuine—STAßTLlNG—berauie they appear Impossible when oom-
P pared with prices charged by c there. B
gg A LARGE SBIPMENT OF jjj
â–  CROCKERY WARE TO HAND U
B In Dishes, Plates, Soup To eeus, Gupa and Saucers, Mugs, Salad Bowls etc. B
eto, and all marked at cur usual low prices,
B B
_ A GRAND DISPLAY OF GLASSWARE in plein red exquisite Gold y
P Gees just what ycu need for tbe coming Holiday Season, P
B :0: |
TOYS. TOYS, TOYS. DOLLS. DOLLS.
BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, XMAB PRESENTS,
B NEW YEAR PRESENTS. XMAB CARDS, â– 
NEW YEAB CdBDS,
m ard a largo caßortment cf Household Articles.
B Copal Varnish. Enamel Pain's, and Turpentine. B
â–  ALL GOING CHEAP AT â– 
S MB 44 MMBAIbB ” !
B GEORGE Db GAMA. Jfc Co B
gg Nc, 6, Frederick Street. g

The largest Bsruflt Sooiaty in the West Indies
The Sunbeam Benefit Society, Ltd,
You may suffer horn ILLNESS,
You may meet with and ACCIDENT,
an you must face DEATH.
Pcllaioe giving protection In them different oiroumetanoea are Issued by the
Society, at a weekly piomium of SIX CENTS and Upward*.
Speoial petioles to Professional men, Giorka and others insuring £2 10 0 weekly
iu ceeo cf Ilioees cr Accident. £25 at Death.
Piriont rending in t/u Country district* having nc local agent are invited to
correspond with the Society.
Interest paid Annually to all Policy holders not having drawn benefits during
the preceding twelve months.
Over 8000 claims have been paid in Trinidad,
â– very Information afforded to thoeo dnairioc to beoome Polloy holder*,
A. HANSON,- -Secretary A Manager,
NOTE—The Society Is always preparedjto employ capable, honest and industrious
mer as Agent*.

NATIONAL
tauuce ftf.
ofibeland
BmBtIIHKD..., 1889
Capital —£1,000,000
Fuhdu (over) ... ... 600,000
HiAD’Orrios —3 Collete Qroeu, Dublin
The undersigned having beeD
appointed Aoknt and Axtohnky for
the FIRE DEPARTMENT, ia pre prepared
pared prepared to accept Buka At Current
Rate*.
FBED K. SCOTT,
4, St Vinoent Bt., Port-of-Spain.
Telephone—l 26
FOB BALE-A BARGAIN.
One Soda Machine
By a CHAPELLb
Complete and in good working order
Apply M 18 Upper Priaae Bt

YOU CAN GET
HIGH-OLABB
Portraiture
Dona AT fH»
UP-TO-DATE PHOTO GALLERY,
(4 CHARLOTTE STREET—Fort*
01-Bpaio.
L' A • GEOFROYt
N. B—The Electric Tram 0u drop*
you at the entrauce
FOB SALE
A COTTAGE on Belmont Circular
with all convenience* (or a family.
FOB RENT,
A| Small Ccttaie on Eacalller Land a
A. M CAMPS.
13th Not;

TRINIDAD, XUESDAX DECEMBER 4. j9oo

lUINIDAD
Building aid Loan Association.
No. fa MARINE SQUARE, F.
1 OAN Meetings wid bs hold fn the
"** Office rs the Aeeoclation on tho first
TUESDAY of every month to rooeivo
bids for
LOANS ON PROPERTIES,
And fix thbe rate of premiums.
LOANB ON SHARES
May bn applied for and granted to
members at any time without above
formality at 8 per cent interest per
annum, without premium.
For further particulars apply to the
undereigned, at the office, between the
hours of 8 a.m. »nd 4 p m,
ALEX, F MATHISCN,
Secretary and Treasurer.
TOE
CO OPERATIVE ICE DEPOT,
East'Dry Biv«r, Quariy St,
Ice at aii Hours
lc. PER POUND,
Sold by
A. GONZALES.
Tjj Blended Tea 8 per pkta, >â–º
Icing hugar 12c per lb H
u Oetren I’oal, Jam?, Fruits in -g
w tyrup O
R Biscuit?, Fotted Meats, C
o St. Judea Wiuo, Br, EslephtS cn
CM and Vtn Graves, York Hams, ®
Roast Mu ton. Boiled Beef,
2 Oysters, Ba!m:t, Kippered
Herring*
Ui liertirgs a la Sardines, Petite o
m Bois, £.
Gj Haricots, Verts, Beet Root, 2
£Q Carrots,
< dopers, Giiros, Pickles Whito -
h - " and Black Pepper ir>
K w
C 3 AMO >
O (Q
Garfield Tee, Female Corrective !â–º
S Hetb H
cq Htrbals Smokioer Mixture, Oooa
jg Kola Wine w
m Wampole’s Bee!, Iron and Wine
s Wampole’s O. L. Oil
U 4 Boctt Emulsion and Kepler 0 L H
OG OU with malt extraot, “
At
F, A. BBUNTON,
Druggist.
Oor. of Park A Charlotte Stra.
Port of Spain,
THE
People’s Pharmacy.
ST. ANN’S HOAD.
Just the place where your prescrip prescriptions
tions prescriptions will be aoourately dispensed
by a oorapeteut licensed druggist
with tbe purest and freshest drugs
25 per oent. oheaperthan elsewhere.
Now don’t fail to take advantage of
this and bring In your prescriptions.
FRESH SHIPMENTS OF
DRUGS & CHEMICALS
Received every month.
Just received per a. a, " Ocamo "
Canadian Healing Oil, Oanadian
Pain Destroyer, Holloway’s Corn
Cure, Blckle’s Pyrup &c. We always
keep in stock a large assortment of
Toilet Requisites at prices whioh
defy competition. We expect shortly
a large and varied shipment of
Groceries for tbe coming Christmas
Season which wp will dispose of at
our usual cheap rate.
THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY
St. Ann's Rosd.
34.11-1900.

Simply Startling
—
Mr, SKEOOH has surpassed himself
In buying this year all kinds of
NOVELTIES
Staple and Fancy Dr>y Goods
At prioes never before offered io the
_ PUBLIC.
Beaut-M Mercerised Sateens,
Regular 000. goods at 120.
WHITE MUSLINB and Piques at less than original ocst; all shades in
SILKS, SATINS & RIBBONS,
Lovely Art k hpgj Moslios,
HATS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS in galore,
PARASOLS, PARASOLS, PARASOLS.
Large Centre Carpets, Sola Rugs, &o. Laoes, Insertions,
Cambric and Muslin Embroideries, Llnoos, Cottons, Sheet*
ings, Drills, Prints, Serges, Tweeds, Coalings, Flannels, eio
EVERYTHING CHEAPEST IN THE ISLAND.
SKEOChT& CO.
Tublic Benefactors and Friends of the Boor .
km tor tie lukfcious.
LAND FOR RENT CHEAP.
The Estate known as Laventille
Situated about one and a {half mile irona tbo
day, and comprising ov*>
800 AGREB OF MOBT FERTILE LAND,
(ALLtFAOIMO ST. JUAN’S ROAD)
Will out lo lota 100 feet x 60 fees. Theee land* are now planted In
oooonnta, fruit tree, of all deMription and para and guinea graee. An opportunity
la now offered the Indoetrioue man or woman to obtain at a oheap reutal lota of
land whioh may bs converted Into paying vegetable gardens and email homes thereon,
for further particular* apply to
F. 4. &ZA,—Branaffiok Square.
ITtfa July. 1900,

COCONUTB BOUGHT
Fully ripe and Bound Cocoa Cocoanuts
nuts Cocoanuts bought at
THE TRIN DAD OIL FACTORY
ON TH«
LA BASSE .
IST CABH ON DELIVERY
0-0 TO
Ross's Warehouse
KING BTHEET
FOB
Bargains

Am Chun
—AND— —ANDGODLEN
GODLEN —ANDGODLEN FLEECE
TOBACCOS.
An now![exceptionally good, and
wit! contisns to he so.
BOTH BRANDBOFTOBAOGO
are now pat ap in 2jou. tins,
in addition to the usual 4 oa.
tins that they have hitherto
been packed in.
Oise the 2 oz. Tim a trialj
1/cu mU tike them

DAILY 2 CENi S

Wa Care
For Quality
BUT, AS A BUYER,
YOU CARE
FOR PRICE,
IN
Waver ley Bicycles
Yon have a combination of bolt,.
Therr we are clearing oat ou f irm*
which bring tliem within tbs ra r ge cf a
MSJf
HANDSOME CHRISTMAS PRESENT
at email coat. Now la your time to treat
WifOi Sweetheart or Daughter.
and put them In good humour
far the whole of the coming
Century.
YOU’LL BUY THINGB GHEAP
AT
Arnott, Lambie & Go.,
Old Bank Building. SO, King St.
Telephone-133,
GOVERNMENT NOTIOEB
TENDERB.
For Supplying the Immiyt'ilion Depot,
Fim Ulandt with letter during th«
year 1901.
DATE of advertisement in Royal
Oaswtto 17»h November ISJOO.
Date for receiving Tenders, roou on
Thursday 90th December 1900. Terms
and ecu itious of Qoutraot can fa ob obtained
tained obtained on application to tie Protector of
Immigrant*.
SUBURBAN WAXES’, RATES]
Belmont and
1900-1901.
‘T'Btf above RATES are now payable
1 at the Oelonial Treasury and wtil be
receive! until tha 81st Deoember 1000,
after whlob date those remaining unpaid
will be handed over to the Marshal for
oolleoMon.
DAVID B. HORSFORD,
Receiver General.
Receiver Usueral's Office,
6*h November, 1900.
PORT-OF SPAIN WATER RATES
1900-1001.
THE above rates are now p*yabl«>«
the Colonial Treasury and will be
received until the 31st Deosmbor 1000,
after which date.those remainirg unpaid
will be handed over to the Marshal for
collection.
DAVID B. HORSFORD,
Reoalrer-Gsnerai,
Receiver Usueral’s Offios.
17th October, 1000.
GARDENING.
JOSEPH QOMBB CAMACHO is ptw
V pared to undertake all kiuda of
gardening on Tennis Lawns, eto, oredit
for three mouthe according to agreement.
He la now In possession of new plans to
make terresis as in England. Further
particulars can be had from him at
Balmont Circular Road, second lot above
the old Asylum,
FOR SALE.
Messuage amPlands no. tu
King Street, Port of Spalo. A V*/
a-
MB L AMOUR
wptMter,
No 37 Qneeu Street, Port of Spate
WANTED.
TWO or three Oanvageers, Payment
by commission. Only those wil.
ling to work hank' and parsis,
need apply. Apply Sunbeam
So iety Ltd. I



2

Sohuenar & Cos
LUMBER YARD
a# NOW LAx(Dis«
EX SCHOONER TRADER
F OM LIVERPOOL, N.B.
—— occ— ——
95,000 F*> j WHITE PINE BOARD
27,000 SPRUCE BOARDS
122,000 ,
Which wo offer >Lo%p as usual, Also a large lot of
BAKBAI *OS Wiliriii JLIMIL
SOHOENER & GO’S
Lumber Yard,
Opposite Railway Station.
THE
Im li is-Fi rdiisfi IjstaD.
Notg the Bo*call?d easy system, math
you, but a bom fiJo easy system.
CLOCKS, ELECTRO-PLATE,
Watches, Swing Chairs,
h x :a y: a ju bi s *
! Hold upon a system tint is easy to approved parties.
For Household Goods, Adornments&c.
Rirst oonsu't only the
Cosiiio, ulit&ii:pecislty bomp&Ry,
J. L. STEELE,
2b, Queen Street,
Pi ano Warehouse,
ri&nos!
It. •••.tv *• - n .
> VYO* /
pr „.’ • - •****«» 4 t* •" ’-■
P . - v• ••*>.«*• .4AI
| | ffaras /
•r>J rod Vocal Mui!c.“
Ibc finest end largest W tBSHOOSH in the Ws~t ludm, ro!Uv devoted
to thft mtcreeti of the Musical community.
TUNING AND UEPAIIUNG—A SPBUIAUTY.
H STRONG—U FredotiV* street.
Photographic Plates
AND
â–  PRINTING OUT PAPERS
ALSO
DEVELOPING AGES IS Its , suuh un:~

I’yro,
Ho3a Crystals
Soda Bulphito
Pure Nitric Acid
Qulcol
(Jaustic Soda
Ammonia Solution 880

Books for PHARMACEUTICAL STUDENTS, latest i ui:i o ; «,
THE BRITISH PHARMACOPEIA 1898
C /v Squire's Oomptr, on to the Bri»i?n P . a r m'.i, Thu Extra PL ir irmacopieia:
macopieia: irmacopieia: Martiod? io and Wt'tcoil.
AT

Alum
Poia stum Oxalate
Hypo
Ammonium Bromide
Curbouute
i hjloride of Gold
Au. moron® Snlpbooyaaide etc.

SHBVOB® OH SFAm GAZETTE rOESDAY. DECEMBER . 1800

A SPLENDID
Venezuelan Mule
FOR SALE BV
%
Sehoener & Co.
SOUTH QUAY.
rWE HAVE GOT LEATHER TO SELL
And we mean to sell it to. We have
always sold LEATHER and the more
we sell the more wo want to sell.
We now bog to let the public knew that we are continually receiving
both from Europe and America fresh shipments of
Wt havt'mads a special study cf m kkhsse m anas 35 â–  mbhm
the leathertrade, L A | LI L D
Oar pilose can't bo beat, 5 g |H|l li || ft" **%
we leadlnthis line.
and which make the finest assortment ever shown
la Trinidad—TO SEE IS TO BOY.
Q-OlfcTZ BROTHEHS.
Is tub Bight Stobe fob Leathkb,
SHOE-MAKERS, SADDLERS, BOOK-BINDERS.
We have*LEATHER of evury kind to suit you. Leather for Uppers. Leather ji Cor
Solos. Leather for Liniv g. Leather for Slippers, Loether for Fancy Work.
Leather for Belt 3.
LEATHER FOR HARNESS, LEATHER FOR CARRIAGES.
In fact groat variation of LEATHER are to be found at GONZALES’
Everyone who deals in Leather, or makes up loerher in any form are invited
to call and eog the NOVELTIES IN LUi ITFIER now displayed at cur Store,
85, Frederick Street,
REMEMBER! GONZALES FOR LEATHER.
EX BARQUE
“SAYRE”
PROM NEW YORK.

225 Brie Bskers’ FLOUR:
ICO bris Jour**’ Gupodstive
£5 do Supremo
ICO do Gold Modal
1,1(3 bit No. 1 EXTRA FLOUR:
600 brla Kr
250 do Ft Lawrocoo
268 do Endeavor
2.644 LA No. 2 BXEt.A FLOUR:
760 brla Wrot Icdia Balie
1,4 ,:! 9 do Hewer’s Al
895 do In ’iau Queen
200 Brla CORtfME&L-G >!den MJze
800 do Bread —Harrio’
60 do Clrackora do
270 do Split Pcuu
£OO Baj.9 Yellow Oca
100 do than— 50 lbs.
1,000 do Oilraos'—Gihb’a
2,000 do Heavy White Canadian Oats
200 Brio North's Clear Pork Backs—
Globe

DEHTMt m\m,
iVo, ?1 Frtittiik Strut, offctUt Mr.
&t£try’s Grc^ry,
YnntKo*? :i in.
DB. C. H. DALY, X) 1) 8.
Sxtrar'lnn of Teeth and other open*
thus spot!>tmm , > without pain by
approred
i.Aiu»Btbetid System-
Personally eolected Te-stb fer Artificial
Dcaturn, Gold ar.d Siivor Stopping*
guaranteed and at
BBABONABIiH PRICES,
SALK FOR TUESDAY THE 16th
DECEMBER 15)00'
i >UBLI'J NOTICE In berohy girun that
* under and by virtue of the BtaUiloty
Power cf •-«!« cei fernd upon Mortgagees
by tho ConveyavoUia and Low of I’ro*
? erty Ordinano e 1884 and by virtue of
Deed dftto.l 24th January 1868 Registered
aa No 107 Protocol cf Deeds for that year
»i d raado Vetweou Angela Negord of tho
otu pa»t (oirco decßsaod) aud Parrot
Eoliatoln (also itcoe df oaased )i f tho ether
part, tho to will b» put up for talo by
Public Auction bv tho undersigned at the
M rt No. 2 St, Vincent Street Purt-ef-
Spala cu Toerdey (he 18th Docoxber
1900 between tb« honra cf cuo and two
cf tbo clock in tbo rdfornacn.
All and Singular,;hat certain parcel of
lend and the nr tmv o thereon known aa
lot No. 168 Guxßapo atteet In tho Town
of Aiiin i and abutting on the Ncrtb upon
r. lot i! land leiengtog to ceo Alexander
Noe’, louth on Uuatspo Stroet, Esat cc
' I t > f Ifttd Ulotgltg to rro J Pio-re Ay r n d cn too West Ott land a
at»* jo( iy.,a Leon Cantone but r.w be*
t,‘ to ■noU oir J«k c~ hrw csrev
iho < m- m>y bo (oiled or bounded
t.geihor *t h tho a.'pmtai.atces thereto
belonging.
Dated. thi« 12,b iky of tcvember IPCQ
(.*d| FRED Eui. aOCIT,
Auctions/:.

Also
114,937 ft. Bough W.P. BOARDS
81,070 ~ Dressed do do G & T Plaued 2 Sides
25,720,, do do do Planed 2 Sides and 2 edges
FOK23ALK,BY
JULIAN H* ARCHEK & Co*
Forl-rd-SpalcD South Qusy.

15 brla do Narrow Salt Spare
Riba
10 do do P/getAils
60 hi! brla Family Beef— Halstead
A Co.
50 do do do do —Tuttle Bay
50 Grans Pu*e Lard—4-25ib tins—
O R * Oc.
20 do do do —2O-sih Hues—
O £. A Oo
20 do do —-1 -25 lb ties—
Ivcry
51 do do-4-25 lb tics—
Star
101 do Salmon—Alaska
1 SCO do Koiosine Oil—H< melight— melight-150?
-150? melight-150? Teat
4 do Solos-400 ibs osch
4 do do —6OO iba do
2 do do —BOO lb* do
•1 do do —l,CColbi do
9 do Wrappar Tobeooa—2oo lba ea

Stout
f
Revolver Stout
*
, Not only the most stimulating, but
also the most nourishing STOUT,
sold cu this Market.
I Brewed in Scotland from the purest
Malt ifc Hops only, and matured in
Wood for 18 months to 2 years
before being bottled
Beware of Imitations
AH* fok
REVOLVER BTOUT
AND SEE THAT YOUi GflT IT,
I
Many Spurious and Worthless
imitations are being offered to the
Public, by unscrupulous shop shopkeepers,
keepers, shopkeepers, and on the 7th November,
a shopkeeper was convicted before
the Magistrate of Port of Spain for
bottling off Common Stcut in bottles
bearing the " Revolver Stout” label
and soiling same as the genuine
urticle, and a hne ot XlO or two
months imprisonment was inflicted.
NOTICE.
A REWARD OF SIOO
will bo paid to anyone giving eucb
Information as will lead to the con*
viotion of any person or
bottling off interior rubbish, and
palming off sumo on tho public as
“ Revolver Stout"
" Revolver Sloul” can be ob obtained
tained obtained in barrels containing 7 Coz
Diets or 4 dcz. Quarts, from all
Dealers, and by retail of all respcct respcctfct’e
fct’e respcctfct’e Hhcpheepers, or Wholesale of
BUM, TROWBRIDGE A CO ,
Polo Ageuts for Trinidad.
Chaoon Street,
lilih Novr., 1900.

THU
Trinidad Brewery Go, Limited,
rr HE following ia the Government Analyst's report upon GANNON
i STOUT :—“ This sample has an original gravity of 1072, The Stout is
cf QUALITY, PUBE and WHOLESOME.”
After careful tests it was decided to nse only CANNON STOUT at »h
Medical and o-.be? Government Institutions, and the Tenders for 1901
culled for nothing els*.
OANNON STOUT is sold in barrels of 7 dozen pints at $5 50 or In
handy boxes of 3 dozen pints at $2 70. These can be obtained at Messrs.
Heley & Co., Haynes & Go., E H. Bapsoy, E. Tripp & Qc. J. F. Bois
and Standard Grocery or through any dealer.
The Company la also putting on tba market an extra, well matured
Stout oalled IMPERIAL STOUT at $6 per case of 7 dozen. Specially
recommended for family use.
THfi TRINIDAD BREWERY CO. LIMITED.
MacKenzie and Kirton,
GENERAL COMMISSION Have just received and offer for
sale a fresh shipment of
HOSTER’S WIENER BEER
Also another lei of cur
AMERICAN ROAD CARTS
Os specially strong make, and
ONE FOUR-SEATED ENGLISH IDQG CURT.
Nestle’s Milk
THE RICHEST IN CREAM*
Babies Thrive on it,
i
ONE UNIFORM QUALITY.
THAT QUALITY THE BEST-
Why not ask your Grocer for Nestle’s and insist on gotting
it It costa no more and is the best.
They Come, They Gome,
Our eeooud shipment of
Christmas Goods
Hsa juet been reoeived including
ENGLISH HAMS, CHEESE.
SAUSAGES, POTTED MEATS
Pickle*, Dat**, Raisin*, &o, &o.
The ONLY CHRISTMAS ending & Uenlu'y which we
will aae, therefore spend o RIGHT ROYAL tRISTMAS
by buying your Goode at
THE ROYAL PHARMACY,
41, Chaste tie Street.
PBIOE3 TO BUIT THE TIMES.
%•
In Supplies, Xmas Supplies
FOR THE
Trinidad Pharmacy
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT EX B.M 8. THIB WEEK.
MESH SAUCIBSONS
AND T_,VOISrS-
FiMOCa CHAMPAGNE ‘LF FOURNIER JRUNE' —DODX & SEC
- ALBO -
CttAM?AGKSS IN BABKTES
_ j B H® e . iall y m Pp r ted for Wholesale Customers.
Bordeaux VY mes, Rhine WiDes, Liqueurs assorted and other
Xmas Delioacies.
Wboleiale Buyers o*ll oariy and E6oure your Supplits by applying to
GEORGE C. DIEFFENTHALLER, j
Manager.

the
Produce
.’Toliaugg
3a, MARINE SQUARE,
POBT-OF.BPAIN.
ALL AUCTION BAIEB
AT 1 P-As.
UNLESS OTHERWISE ADVERTISED.
THE undersigned hu been instructed
to sell by Public Auction sU goods
a* advertised below for the benefit of th«
partiee concerned. In ail cases the terms
are UASH due and payable on the fill
of the Hammer.
AUCTION HAL IS
Os
Live Steak & OaPfi>i
OK
Tuesday, 4fch Deer., 1900,
At the Saleroom cf the Product
Exchange at 10 a.m,
ONE Barouche, 1 Lsndesn, 1 Vfoto Vfotoria
ria Vfotoria I Cart, 2 Holfarr, l Dockej,
I Pory, 1 ll'ree, 1 Mule-medium ti».
Tksms Cash.
J RUSSELL MUUdaf,
Pi oduee Broker and Auctiocew
Auction Sale.
—of
Houttthoid Fupnitufi
OH
Wednesday, sth Deer,, 1900,
At the Sale BOOM ofifo
Produce Exchange
ONE Cedar Wardrobe. 1 Locuit Prr«.
1 Iron Bedstead —br»*a mcno-w,
double with »pring; 1 Double I»<®
Bebsteed, 1 Double Iron Bediwstf,
1 Cedar Table, 1 »" B “*
Table-German Ork Exterelon,
irg Machine, 1 Ohlld’a Crib (to"
mounted) and Loddlcgi 1 Zoo B
Bilh. Gipsy Table. 1 Untofikf*
Store. Ouo Edison HOME PHONO
GRAPH with 7J Records. Rot of »
Tube.-, Reoord Cutter *to, wW
Pine Cabinet. Brackets, a'dotoMO.
PIANO by KOkmao. Dressbg
with mirror, Ch Iron Baths, BOOKS-Bulw***
Tbaokeia> ’a Worki, IBootts
Carpet, Pictures etc.
Tirms Cash. . ..„ D uiv
J. RUaSELL-MURK*^

auction sale
—(F
FANLY XMAS G°^ S ’
ELECTRO - PLATED WABB (
new Goods)
On Friday, Deor. 7th TW
AT 1 PM. ft .
At the Saleroom 1 1 the 0*
change. On view 6‘h «d
Thia aaie will be fro® llo i f
THREE Matting T *gjjj
I Japamee Bamboo T*
Japaueae Fancy T»b T QnmU^o
Plank Stands with VMW, gHO j
with mirrors. BtK***
large veoeF, , W **
Butter DLhee-Cry.tal to » *
Jelly Dlahea <*• dQ A>
D’bie Jelly DLbee do J £
Sardine Serrer -to
of six in oak »®T ca*
and Forks—aat of *"
Terms Cash !



TOYS, GAMES.
DOLLS-tDRESSED AND UNDRESSED.)
Musical Boxes, Chinese Lanterns.
CHILDRENS’ SWINGS AID SWINGING CHAIRS.
WhUtlos Qjr.trc s \
Fiuteß Guitars )
Flageolets Violins l Wc rr.ro those instruments bs toy* we oan
Piccoks Cor.eerSlufis L also shew the real high class musical ioatiu-
Fifes Molodtona mer.t at a low price.
Drums Tamboaiuea
Auto Onr.'o. ,
Childrens’ Bicycles and Trioyoles, Cuckoo aud Musical Clocks, Dolls Ferembulstcrs with Leather
Hoods and Rubber Tyre?, Dolls f o Carle—flecking Horses tovern! sizoe, Dolls Trucks filfe 1 with
Trousseau, Garden Seta, Sailing Boats 60 and upwards.
KDOCX
CRICKETING GOODS ® ce DOty l no ' n(^D l! several novelties.
2 only left of Young ladies Writing Desks to suit Misses from 8 to 13 years old
Footballs, Tennis Balls, Rubber Balls, Childrens Reins for Playing horses in Leather with S large
bells only 600 each. Our Show gets more interestfrg each week as wc near Xmas—you get
the beat seleotiou by coming early to
THE BOK'A.IsrZ A •
BUY YOUR
XMAS DRY GOODS
BOOTS * SHOES, PABIS MILINERY, TOYi?, GAMES & FANCY GOODS
At The
BONANZA
Immense Stooke, Novelties In all Departments Lowest Prices, Reliable GOODS.
SMITH BROS. MB COMPANY
DECEMBER 1900.

,ICi! ESTABLISHMENT
48 King Street,
I/. ll»t«y & €’i>, ■ 'roprlelors.
iT THIS OLD & WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
YOU OAK GET :
GROCERIES WINES, LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS
Meat of the finest quality, to our regular customers only,
it is not sold for caeh,
hardware, house furnishing goods, earthenware
Cutlery, P lated Ware, Glassware, and many
other items too numerous to specify.
We have recently transferred all our Groceries, Liqaar aud Hardware from
Ko, 47 to our own premises. No. 48, wh3re it is more compact and better
displayed, and we will be glad if all oar customers and the general
Public will inspect same at their convenience.
c. 3L*. imLtW 10E ESTABLISHMENT.
9th Novr,, 1900-
DAVIDSON & TODD,
THE TBINIDAD ARCADE.
»♦♦ ♦<
CHRISTMAS TOYS & CARDS
Christmas Presents.
We have just received by Mail our
Christmas Supply of Jewellery,
comprises the moat recent designs in Artistic Jewellery
he had anywhere. Gom Bingß, Curb Bracelets, Brooches,
otads, Links, Scarf Pins. * Anyone wishing to purchase a
“tousome present of chaste design at a reasonable rate should
pay ns an early call.
Our Stock of Silver and E.P. Ware
been greatly augmented for this season’s trade and every
Article has been marked specially low.
OUR STOCK OF
Xmas Cards and Toys
j* Sfinerally acknowledged to be the finest and [cheapest ever
nown in Trinidad Single Cards at all prices, Comic Cards,
B p with local views, pretty assortment, 1/ each ; Bas
J' Uef Cards, choice designs, 1/G to-3/ each ; Packets of Cards,
dutifully assorted in all the latest designs from 6c. to 24c ea.
1 Davidson and todd
The Arcade,

THE PORT OF SPAIN TUESDAY DECEMBER 4 1900

Queen's
Park
Case
ON account of not receiving Fur~
niture Queen’s Park Oafc will
not be opened on lf»rh as advor<
I?sed ; but as soon as ready Jbe
public will be notified.
JOSE F, REIS’
CHERRY BRANDY.
LEADS ALTi OTHERS
SHE THAT TOD GUT
‘ fie Gaauhit Artfol*.
TAKE NO OKB BB
n bi imnuß a*
THE NEW YORK EBTIBLIBKNENT.
Tie Bichuge rad Risiig Su
REIS 8 GEN7INE CHERRY
BRANDY.
THIS popular Oordlal, besides being
usttU for ctokiails, efu., ti also used in
the making of oakea. where Ha fine and
aromaMo flavour ooualdeiably Increases
their riohuesa.

r o m «%'
SPECIAL PAINTS
Leavo a glossy and perfect finish, are more lasting, have more
body and are cheaper by 2/ a Keg to any
other Brand.
Ross' Special Enamels 15c.
Ross' Special Varnish 12c,
*.. »x■ ‘ • is v! *•
BARGAINS
BEDROOM GLOBE LAMPS 24e
PARLOUR I AMPS SIOO
AT EOSS’ WAREHOUSE
* i 4
EiKosimun.

WE ARE SHOWING THE BEST VALUE
IN
FOOTWEAR
OF ALL KIND 3 AND FOB ALL CLASSES.
Garde fire Cmos* D.tti Stylish and raw Shapes,
Blaok Satin Caif Boot poicit d tees s first Oiwn Drese Boot .. ~ , $2 CO
Genfs High Class Boot of O'ze Oalf with, r vith-nit i:-o cap, leather lined .. ~ SDO
Gents Wbito Buff Boots good ccmfortublo o with or without tco cap ~ .. .. 450
Ten R. S. Boots Pointed toes per pair .. .. .. 316
A loader In Boots is cur hand town black oalf boot.- »ooi shape on ? y ~ ~ 6s a pair
Ladies Bisek Glove KidLtca ehce fancy while very coat 840
A much finer q allty ol 1 30
Ladies Laced iibce cl Glace Kid very rtjlkii will wear well 950
A Better quality in this line et 1 08
A big shipment new coming frun the Customs—Visit our BO'JT STORE this week,
THE 33 O dTANZ A.
Fow Showing in the BOOT STORE-
A NEW SHIPMENT OF
Crawford Bicycles
You require do letter Wheel, beautifully finished and enamelled in Blaok, Green and Grenat with
Mudguards &o, complete—Bp-.t Oaeh Prlee |85,00
i zpstitsas
For Ladies and Genie a Good reliable Wheel enameilod plain Black Wooden Mudgarda
SPOT CASH PRICE t20.f0.
Monarch Chainless for Ladies & Gents,
GENTS EAGLE MACHINES,
Aluminum, Mudguards and Bims,
A beautifully finished lijht easy running wheel with the patent quad stay m.klng a very strorg
m«ohine suitable for heavy rider?. Our Spot o«*h Price f6O 00.

JOSE F, REIS’
BANIIAGQ BOUQUET
w f llli i >
s < â–  sill a
S | Z SS
_ £ ■ m hri
pj |
h o • 1 8
55 5 . : | *
2S I §
s i Phm# : *
© TS, |
Tit Mn Hi Ftjaltt Drill.
Vo w* obtained it
Tie Eichufie tad Riling Sis
REIS'S SANTIAGO BOUQUET.
AVERY pleasant Oordlal, equal to
and far superiorlthan many higher
prioed Liqueurs, May be used either
plain or mixed with aoda water: For
ocoktfdla or punch It la unexcelled.

THE LANCASHIRE
f 188 AND LIFE
Insurance
Company.
OAFITAIZZI.AOOO.OQO,
Paid up Capital and
Fund J 61,540,088
INSURANCES effected
against loss or damage by
fire on buildings and oontents
of Warehouses, Offioe, Shop
and store premises and Private
Dwellings at moderate raters,
Prmnpt and Equitable S ettlo
ineni of L*ue*.
Auaaxß ;
SMITE BROS- & DO-
The Bonanza.
Porl-jf-Spjt’a
Trindad
THE
SCOTTISH UNION
Atm
NATIONAL INSURANCE GO.
Every description of Fire Bisks at
Tariff Bales.
ELLIS GBELL & CO.,
_ Agents.
Porl-oLßpaln,
Isl Dtst, 1900,

THE IOE HQUBE_ RESTAURANT-
Mena
To day.
Maocaroul Soup
Fish Collets
Salt Fish Cakes
Carried Mutton
Halml Veai
Minoe on Toast
Ragout Beet
Mutton Oatlets and 1 eaa
Motion Chops
Voal Oatlets
Fork Chops
Beef Steak
Roast Beef
Jams, Cheese, Fruit, Coffee
Vanilla Creams (extra)
TO COUNTRY AGENTS.
Tin Macater of the “ Port ol Upaln
Gillette ’ will be mnoh ob iced If o untry
Agent* for the Paper will kindly tend In
th<.tr aoocunta cf tale* from 12th to f.oth
November sa aeon a* poailble,
LATEST NEWS Jbi OM
ABRC)AD
By Wait India k Panama Telegraph
Co. Limited
Grroadt, i>eo 3rd.
HM3 “ Indefntig >bl«' with ills
Bxoelleney Sir Alfrtd Moloney and
Lady Moloney left lor Trinidad at
6.30 pm.
New York, Drc 3rd.
London news aanoanoes t sat l ord
Kitahener has made Us first oGleial
oprort to the War Offise. 1: oonsist

BHi & Red Bftjeti do Pellona
For Cobijoa in Blue and Bed.
TURKEY RED COTTON ALL PRICES •
French Cuts a Grand Lot at 48c.
Margarita Harumcfiks large sizes a $6. SB, §lO sl2, Pyjama Saits
well made 90c and upwards, Job lot of Fancy Colored Piques aboni
130 pieces at Bc. 10c, a yard, Double Width Dress Goods all good and
uew shades splendid value at loc ( 18c, 20c, 24c.
FBILLTNGB—A new Jot of NovoHles fu thec* Goods Jr- wbl'e asd colors.
TWBKD3 for L ioa Skirts at .. .. .. .. 34eayss9
Utlou Shirtir* in I’.ain Oroy root stripes ft re! cheeks l' Fj jtma Suits at 12;, 150, 20c, 4k 80s
A new Stock of *j rango of Pricefl,
THE BONANZA.
New Dry Goods now being marked off will be on show Monday*
INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:-
A large shipment of Embroideries all widths, 1 11 prices. all good value
Ladies Straw ha** a lovely lot new end Stylish shapes
Milk White Fancy Sailor shapes Black Silk Ribbons very stylish
PMDCpTC Ail our regular nifckei , f white C .recta from 40 oont* upward* each
V v isWli I w ii eo t urn cu jj totter vaica than ever,
A Splendid line of Welth Flannel at only 12 centa a yard.
Blue and Grey and Brown Oxfords at Co a big lot,
dob lot of Plain ard Fancy Zephyrs these iu the erdintry way are worth 12a St Ido selling at 80
Valai co Lace Nets at ~ .. .. 60, Bc, 10c St 120 a yard
Persian JLswnn at 12c & 150-—lndian Lhuon at . ~ 140 a yard
All Shades in Mailers at 240 a yard—Whito I,icon Ducks at ~ 80c, 360 <& 400
Ocrded and Flowered Muslin vary pretty and new styles ... J‘2o a yard
Ladies Shot Silk Parasols, Silk Tassel wherg e crook aud plain handle*
these are tho height rs fashion .. SI.BO
A good Hue st 81 40 with Cherry Wood handies. Black Parasols a full range all FHcea—
Cents Umbrellas a big shipment of cur regular value in each price

most!;* cf a desorlptian nf several
minor affairs such as Lord Roberts
reported. After two days lighting
between iho forces of General Paget
end Commandants Viijoen and Eras Erasmus
mus Erasmus near ReiifonU-ia ; fha Boers
wiihdrew in a northwesterly direc direction,
tion, direction, tho British losirg live men
killed, and Colonel Lloyd live cifioers
and fifieou men wounded, In a
skirmish near Bloemfontein tho
Boers sustained thirty five oasuaU
ties;
Other despatches from South i
Africa report that Lard Roberts
arrived at Ladyemith on Friday after
inspecting Majuba and Lftings Nek
en route, In the course of a speech
he said that the defenoo of Lidy
smith was a glorious memorial of
British nluok autl endurance whioh
was cnly equalled by the similar
qualifies of tha relieving forces.
A despatch from OoL'gne states
that a popular reception was given
to Mr Kruger iu that oity on Satur Saturday
day Saturday resembling these he had received
while iu France. It is announced
(bat he will not go to Berlin, having
received an cilioial intimation that
the Kaiser regrets be will he unable
to receive him,
The Cologne Gazette commenting
upon this say# that Mr KrUgui 1 hav having
ing having hitherto disregarded the advios
of Germany and having encouraged
useless guerilla warfare it would now
be a political orime to give him a
spark of hope, or any practical
assistance.
lba London jemrna's interpret |
this suoh to Mr Kruger as a sign of;
improved Augio German relations
Other news announces that within
a radius es one hundred miles of
Manchester a thousand persons have
beer, poisoned by beer and sixty
deaths have resulted. Hundreds of
thousands of gallons have been
poured into the sewers in Liverpool
end Manchester and although the
poisoning is confined to the above
distriot there la a panio throughout
the United Kingdom.
The diagnosis states that the
poisoning causes peripheral neuritis
with symptoms resembling beriberi.
It is expeoted that Parliament will
take action against anything but malt
and hops being ured in future in the
brewing of beer.
The total abstainers deolare that
the real poison is the aloobol and not
the unusual percentage of arsenio
whioh is always present tn Borne
degree in the sulphuric aofd used for
bleaching and which is made from
Spanish pyrites.
Peking despatches report that the
Frenoh and Germans have removed
preparatory to sending them homo
tho aeironomioal instruments from
the Peking observatory which though
arebaio scientifically are superb his historical
torical historical bronzes and their removal is
considered to bs an aot cf vandalism
The Chinese are silent upou the
matter but the other cffi-.lals havo
united in a protest to Count Voa
Waldersco.
It is stated that the Unite i States
having sent a warthip to Smyrna
the Turkish Government has ordered
a cruiser to be built by Cramps the
Ameriosn shipbuilders at an enlarged
price which is to inolude satisfaction
for the damages suffered by Amsri Amsrioars
oars Amsrioars during the Armenian outrages.
A San Francisco despatch an announces
nounces announces the arrival thereof
" loams” en route to Panama.
Ibt. Thomas 3rd,
H M 8 “ Tribune” loft for Tortola
6 a.m,

Grenada f rd,
HM 8 " Indefatigable” strive!
11 am yesterday,
St, Kitts 3rd,
The Hon R E Semper M R.O.A
member cf the Executive Ooonott
died here this morning at 8 o’clock,
ouBRjBNa paioaa
New York, December 3rd
Floor Oity Mills lo* tha
W*st Indies par banal 8;W to $4
Meal, KUndricd 326 to 1.35
New Beacon's Pork ..12| to 13
Heavy Mesa Tovk ..12 to l‘2i
( Crystal! per lb. .4 38 to 7-16
Sosas * Fid* to Coed
I Kalinins* .. 31616
English Inland* Molasses
par gallon ... ~
Pwialtun on Gold
Kiahange New York A
hendtv i, ~ ~ 4 614 to 1
Leaden, Dftoember 3rd
i Batumi* Cry t *
! tala cwt 14/0 to 15,'0
8c?a» Muaeovado p ew| 11/6 to ltfj
» German Beat 68
[o/o i.0.t0 ... ~ 9,9
Dameiara Bom par gal Ifßjj to IflO
Trinidad Ooooa, Good
Middling Bad, par ewt 72/
'J. aaola ex Interest ~ 98|
Bank ol England rate el
DUeount .. M 4 pci cent
Java Srgai 90 par eant
GlbrcJtft* or Channel lor
oldest, Coating tavma
paiowt ... 1219
Tbiat par aant, Bantc*
in Faria .. .10140,
* A* the grad a of •' Fair k Good
B«fining” is dow obsolete, It la tuxhiri
stood that tide quotation opplta* |o
Muscovado 890 last” Inataad
SUPBJSME COURT.
(Before Sir W. J. Asocbson O.J )
Goods of Ballarat: Mr F J Mata,
got obtained a rule absolute fee
letters of administration, no oavMt
having been issued.
Goods of Savary : Mr G Johnttoa
obtained a rule nisi for probate.
Goods of Dogaily; Rule nfal ott
the application of Mr Johnston.
Goods of Borel: Bute nisi fat
letters cf administration to Mr John Johnston.
ston. Johnston.
Goods of White : Buie absolute
for administration in favour of Mr
A D O'Connor, as Administrate*-
General; >
Asphalt Co, v Ambard: Adjourned
by consent for January list.
Asphalt Co. v Attorney General:
This was the action wherein a de*
nurrerwas argued last month. The
C.J. intimated judgment on the de demurrer
murrer demurrer would be delivered to-day
(Tuesday) The Attorney General said
be would propose the ease stand
generally to be brought on upon
notice ; in any case it could net
heard until next November, pending
the final settlement in London of
the demurrer. Adjourned sine die
by oonsent.
Grell A Co v Owners of the W M
Clarke:— Fixed for Monday 10th,
the Chief Justioo to be assisted by
two nautisal assessors to be fixed
upon by arrangement.
Schooner v McDonaldDonn
decree for sale la lieu of partition:
Mr K Agostini, Q. 0., for the plain plaintiff;
tiff; plaintiff; Mr H A Aleasar, QO. for the
defen ee:
Miilan v Mendez Fixed fag
Monday 17th.
Walker v Fit* William -.—fixed fat
Wedoetday 19th- ,

3



4

THE LATEST NOVELTIES ARE NOW ON V'IEW
AT
MILLER'S STORES, LIMITED.
*
Grand Show this Week of Ladies’ Goods.
Ladies 5 Hats, New Ribbons and Hat Trimmings, Chiffons, Gauzes, Flowers and Feathers—all the very newest shapes and
prettiest shades. Another lot of our rare value in Swiss Embroideries, new a household word—thb 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.
Come to Miller’s and get your
HQCiT &S POR GHRI iw T Rt A. S «
Miller s for Boots, Miller’s for Furniture, Miller’s for Hats, Miller’s for Fanoy Goods.
CHRISTMAS CARDS CHRISTMAS CARDS,

HEN PERSONA Co.
“THE TIMES’’
A Fine assortment of TWEEDS. Als> Blue Coatings and
Black Coatings, Flanaelotte Shirts at all prices. Hosiery^
We have just received 120 doz. South African TIBS wh’ch will ho sold
at the very low prio3 of 6,- each and wlrch is worth 15c.
We have also received 500 doz. of
BKSIB ’£•? €2 which wiil be sold
from Go each to 48c,
LADIES BOOT
adies’ Black Oloth BOOTS at 3/, 3/6. 4/, 4/6 5/. Lsdien Glossy Galosh
Cloth Top HuPoeod B iota from 4a a) 10j. Ladies’ Glossy Strap
Fhees frrm 30c to $2,16.
MEN’S BOOTS
JN VABIETY.
Carpet Slippers from 15c to 48c Leather Slippers from 2a to 4s.
Another Large Shipment ct
BOYS FAMILY BOOTS
AT QOB GENERAL LOW PRICES PRICESHENDERSON
HENDERSON PRICESHENDERSON & CO,
“THE TIMES.”
S'k*KHBDERIOK & QUBEN STREETS.
100 BAGS VENEZUELAN COFFEE,
GO Cases Veimouth, pints aud quarts—Noilly Pratt & Co.
GO Cases Morton’s Jams.
Just Eeceived par sB, laraval
Kingan’s Cervelat )
BA U 8 AGES.
do. Vienna )
KINGAN’S SLICED BACON, KINGAN’S POTTED HAMS & TONGUE
English Harness Leather*,
AUSTRALIAN SOLE LEATHER,
Freeh'shipments of German Dutch Sugar aud Bed Ball Beor
P H SCHEEHEFI & Co

WIFE NOTICE.
rBK Public rro >creby notified nit
co giro any ciei?ft to toy vr fu R Rbecca
becca Rbecca Pierre, the brri> g left toy hcure
and protection slot® the 9ib of January,
IWO.
hi*
CHARLES X FItfRUK.
mark
York Street,
6|h Non. lb I

KOIIOE.
d USTOMKtH and cthir persons
* baring toelceii with the Et, Paul's
ri vai '7, c*r et > f Q iron enl Uudoh'
Street*, u hereby n the 6 1 have
this f ch o i h > rime and that
lie > > i'ii <•«.: 2 Hi 1 to cr.rr’ctl on by-
Mr ilf rod IIIcha» d*r on nj ! chrlf,
l A PPIXKAND
udNof. W

THE tOStt OW 8: AIN GAZETTE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4 1800.

(CoNTINLED FROM PaOE 7.)
We published Mr Abbott’s version
ofhis case after warning him that we
should give like publicity to the
other side of the story, if it had one
we now learn that far from being the
victim of any unfairness or harshness
on the part of the Executive. Mr
Abbott has much reason to thank the
Government for taking a very lenient
view ofhis case and generously grant granting
ing granting him even the pension he now
enjoys.
CURRENT EVEN'S
T.L.I.V.
Fixturf-S at Headquarters for the
week ending Bth December 1300 :
Tuesday 4th December :—Guard of
Honour at 10,45 a.m , Rifle Practice
at St Clair Range from 3 pm
Thursday 6th December :-“D ”
Company Rifle Clnb practice at St
Clair Range from 3 pm.
Friday 7th December Rifle prac practice
tice practice at St Clair Range from 3 pm
Saturday Bth December fiquad
competition at St Clair at 1 pm.
Entries for Annual competition
closes
Morris Tube practice daily at 3:30
pm, Non commissioned officers for
duty.
Monday...Sergt J Agarrat
Tuesday.. Laucc Sergt LaCroix.
Wednesday...Sergt G W Davis
Thursday..Sergt J N Thorpe
Friday...Sergt C II Attale
Saturday,..Colour Sergt McKinery
A few words of welcome on his
return to the Magisterial Bench,
were addressed to Mr R M Routledge
by Mr F J Maidgot yesterday morn morning
ing morning Mr Routledge in briefly reply replying,
ing, replying, hoped that .whatever his time
amongst the practitioners might be,
•vliether long or short, the same
friendly feelings would exist as had
in the past
We beg to acknowledge the receipt
of a Callender for 1901, from Mr F E
Scott, the Local Agent of the
National Insurance Company of
Ireland.
Ihe annual rifle competition in
connection with the T L I V., will
commence on Saturday next at 1
o'clock
On the arrival of His Excellency
the Governor in the gulf this morning,
we learn that a salute will be given
from the U S.S. Harford, as well as
from the Venezuelan gunboat Bolivar
which will he decorated with flags.
General Alexandre Ybaria command commanding
ing commanding the Venezuelan Navy, will attend
the reception of the Governor, and we
lerrn that the Commander of the
Hartford is also likely to bo present.
Rumour sa)s that the post of Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent ts the Quarantine station ;
rendered vacant by the death of Mr
Bynoe, has been given to Mr Gilkes
of the Customs who had been acting
since the death of Mr Bynoe.
A largo number of earthenware
pipes arc now being landed on the St
' inoent wharf; for the use of the
sewerage works.
The following is to-day’s Appeal
Court List Park |v McCall, Norris
v Pngwandeah, Norris v Maiumers,
Ihe Committee of the Chamber of
Commerce lias been invited to attend
the swearing in of Sir Alfred Moloney,
K C M G, to-day,
Mr Durant’s new race horse will be
landed from the ? s “ Maiaval” trem
New York, at an early hour to-day

The Governot’a Cap reoently won
by Mr OB II Norman has been
presented to hltn by HJs Exoellenoy
the Act’ng Governor. The Cap ia a
very handsome t liver one and wse
the chief event a* the T. B. A, Fr'zo
Mealing.
WEIGHTB AND MEASURES.
From a Qazdte Extraordinary
UzzqJ from lha Govarnmeni Print Printing
ing Printing Olßoa. , we learn (hat EUs
Exaelloroy the Attlng Governor
has igrusd, the following Commission
for tho purpose cf enquiring iuto the
reoeal acmplainta as to the manner
in which :ha provisions of the above
eid’nance were being oairled into
effect:—
TRINIDAD ANDXOJUa .
By His Excellency SI? Ola-
CLurtenay Knoll? e,
K,O.M.G„ actio* Governor
end Commando - -lu. Chief
in and c ver the Colon? cf
Trinidad and Tobago, Vice-
Admitel thereof, &e , &o.
[L.9.]
C.U. Knoll vs,
Acting Governor,
To The Honourable Vincent
Browr, Q 0., The Honourable
Walsh WrijhtsoD, 0.M.G.,
Henry Hamilton Pasea, Stipen Stipendiary
diary Stipendiary Justice of the Peace.
Greeting .-
Whereas complaints luvo been made
that the method cf eofcrccment cf the
" W-Igbts and Measures Ordinance,
188J,”is inooeverient (■nd iLoffienoious
aucl majjbe productive of hijmtfoe ;
Aud wheveas it la expedient that tho
raid mat-era end tho work! g of the
rai l Ordinance should ;o:ei?a careful
and impartial consideration;
New, therefore, I, Clemens Courtenay
Koollye, scUrg Governor aa aforesaid
do hereby la pursuance cf the powers
vested in me in this bebclf ly • The
O mmlssloce r.f Enquiry Ocdlnaco.',
1882 ” issue this my Commission to you
the said Vincent Brown, Walsh Wright*
son and Henry Hamilton Psses appoint*
log you to be Oommisalonarii to enquire
Into the operation cf “ The Weight* and
Measures Ordinance, 1880,” the steps
taken to eeforoe the same and the
sufficiency and justice of suob steps and
to report thereon adding sash re recommendations
commendations recommendations as to you the said Com*
missfeners shall seem expedient with
regard to any amendment of the Ordi Ordinance
nance Ordinance or ary alteration cf tho method
in wiiioh the same is put in force.
And I direct that you the Honourable
Vlnot-nt Brown tba'l be Chairmen of the
3*ll Commlssbr, and that any two
of you the said Ucmmissloceta shall
frrm a quorum,
And I dircot ycu the said C'cmmls
doners forthwith to proceed at such
pieces and times sa may be convenient
to you wi!h due diiigoroe to ocquire
into the matters aforesaid and at you*
discretion to sit ia public or In private
or partly ia public and partly in private,
and to report to me ia writing under
your hands upon tho ssid matters, and
to give year opinion and reoomrreidc reoomrreidcticca
ticca reoomrreidcticca thereon in one or mora ropor's,
and to furnish me with suoh aoc unt cf
your prccsouiDga sud tmh rercooe for
your conclusions as I may require.
Aud I do hereby appoint Alfred
Taltt, Esq, to he the Saoretary cl the
Ocrntriissla-,
_ And tMs my Commission eba’l cot cottirue
tirue cottirue sul jact to any alteration or revc revccWon
cWon revccWon thereof until you shall hive
finally lerorled.
Given under my hand and the Public
3«al of the Olosy, at Government
He use, fa the Town cf PcrU-of Spain,
this 29|h day of November, 1800
By His Exoellsnoy’e Command,
11. Clarsnci Bourns,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
B POKTINGM ATTE R 8.
I tho match on Saturday last on
the Q I’. Savannah, between the Eton
C 0 and the Tranquility 00, the
former scored 06 runs ; against, the
latters' 52 Among the principal
scorers on the former’s side were 0
Tells 31 runs ami Alexis 21 and on
the side of latter Gittens 13 tuns and
Richard 12,

SHIPPING NEWS.
The British steamer Electrician
Captain Walton, 1891 tons, arrived in
the gulf on Sunday last in 19 hours
from liarbadoes with 30 pkgs general
cargo, and brought the following pas passengers
sengers passengers : -Mr Mae Pherson. Mr P V
Hawley. Bev L Rosseau and 4 deckers
The American steamer Betcue Cap Captain
tain Captain Glendenning, 7" torts, arrived
jester ’ay morning in 12 pours from
Cano Colorado, bho brought 1(5 pkgs
general cargo andthe following passen passengers
gers passengers : —Messrs Giles, L Wilson, Mol Molino,
ino, Molino, W Alexandro, Miss S Glendin Glendinning
ning Glendinning AJissP Llarie and maid and 29
decs crs
WRIGHTBONB, STINKING
CORNER
TO TH3 EDITOR OF THE POBT-CF-SPAIN
<3 A it ATT E
Sir,—Enquirer begß to ba informed
as to what has become of Wrightson’s
corner near the Labasse and reminds
the pubiio that no one has yet died of
Obolera through any email arising
from that corner,
1. Wrightcon’o Stinking Corner is
exaotly where it was two years ago,
2. It fa not usual to register deaths
of none oxietant esses of oholera, but
as a proof that tb? B‘inklcg corners of
Port-of-Spaiu aro injurious to the
public health-Please Mr Editor go
down that way one early morning and
find out for yOurßeif__There’B an old
saying that ” Pin oo re fin 1a doub doubiaro
iaro doubiaro we wont rien Well let it be
then that the Labasse smells so very
bad that the effluvia from Wrightson’s
corner is no where.
I Subgcribe myself
A MAN OP THE COLONY.
GOVERNOR OF BRITISH
HONDURAS,
Sir David Wilson, who ha« been on
a short leave in England, has returned
and resumed the governorship of the
oolony. While passing through New
Orleans, on the return trip, he
was duly interviewed on the true
American style with what result the
following extract from the Picayune
will show :
Sir David Wilson, Governor of Britsih
Honduras, a Londoner of some note, was at
the St Charles Hotel yesterday. He will
sail on the United Fruit Company’s steamer
this morning for Belize, after au absence of
three months.
Governor Wilson again wishes to register
a most emphatic denial of the Beliro bread
riot story printed in New Orleans.
“ When I got to New York, on my way
over, my friends came to greet me and ex extend
tend extend congratulations on seeing me alive.”
said Sir David Wilton to the Picayune
reporter, “ They told rue that they feared I
had suflered bodily harm from the hands of
the Belize mob, as reported,. Now, let me
say, there was no mob and there was no bread
riot in Belize, and at the time of my leaving
the port there was no riotous demonstration
of any sort. Therefore, 1 did not barely
escape with my life on board a Mexican man manof
of manof war, under guard, as your papers said.
The President of Mexico extended me an
invitation to visit his country and his capital,
and as there was no direct means of trans
portation, he cordially sent a transport to
convey me. It was no unusual proceeding.
The Governor waa reminded that possibly
the Belize labor demonstrations took place a
short time prior to his departure.
He replied that a committee of laborers
called at the executive mansion one evening
and went away qnietly ; that, he said, was
all there was in it.
Governor Wilson is returning to Belize
after a vacation and rest in London. He is
alone. He goes back to the Colony with
measures oi importance in store for the
people at British Honduras. It it hinted
that more active progress on the part of the
Colonial department is to be dealt out in
Honduras
In this connection 0 T Hunter and his
Belize railroad, were mentioned.
Governor Wilson was silent.
‘ You know him ) r asked the reporter.
“ Oh, yes, I know him.”

HP.EI OIT R
FANCY BASKETS
FANOY BOXES
COSAQUES
CHOCOLATES
SANT ACL AOS STOCKINGS,
XMAS GOODS do,
W. C. ROSS & CO*
GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
69, Corner Qaoen aud Frederlok direeta,

~D Ovnnißß. K 'i best raise It st.'t ot et*s
HIS STOCK OF
Children, Ladies $ Gant.lemen Hats
Are the most fashionable and ye* *bs obespM**
It is the place where you are sure to get HAI S
description and the right prices The latest is tne
1901 STB AW ttATS
With and without bands specially made and just the hat
The Races and Regat ta '
For up-to-date Handkerchiefs, Tieß, Derby Ties, '
Windsor Ties and Bows of every style & nd 0 ‘
Waterman.
_ u.
For the newest styles tin Collars, Shirts, Braces, __
Hat Bands. TheplaOe to see them is at w
ipecinl fJearinic
In Childron, Boys, Men’s and Ladies’ Straw
and 240., worth doubh For best Rvalue in P 0 *
and Men’s
EEAEY-MaDE CLOTHING
0 WTERMAN. %J
Prices the cheapest, values the



CALEDONIAN HOUSE,
GOODWLILE AND WILSON
great sale of surplus furniture.
—hi—iwi I <•*.« tauita - - ■ t iiiMlMiiir Mil -"i r r ■ i its
MAHOGANY TOILET AND WASHSTANDS, WALNUT CABINETS,
Sideboards, Ladies Boseweod Secratar, Music Cabinets, Whatnots, Ladies’ Writing Desks, Tabourettes, Mahogany
Flower and Feather Stands, Rosewood Drawing Room Suit, Occssional Chairs, Bedroom Suits.
MUST BE CLEARED OUT AT ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS
Austrian Bentwood Furniture including Chairs, Bookers, Arm Chairs in black or walnut, Amerioan Furniture,
Plain and Marble Top Bureaux, Ice Chests, Oak Dining Chairs, Dining Boom Tables.
Goodwille and Wi lson.

What is it ?
Only this.
TH AT
MBTiyiKR'S
Have jufct received another large shipment of
Xmas Goods
Comprising many suitable lines for
GENTLEMENS WEAR.
—>»♦»< •
That swell Suit? you'had last Christmas was bought at
MElIViifR’S
That up-to-date Collar and Tin wero also bought at
METIVIER’S.
Tou had your choice of a Shirt from a large variety of
kinds that were displayed at METIVIER’S
That Hat with stylish band that you wore to i races
was also bought at ’ METIVIEIVS.
We could mentis i scare? of p'eased Customers who buy their
bol day attire from METi^IEIt’B.
We can plaaso more if you will only give us the opportunity. Our
assortment is large and varied thin and wo will esteem it a favour
if you will afford us the pleasure cf placing ycu on tha list of our EatisSed
tustomers.
J R METI VIER & Co.
42, Sing Street. La Favobita,
100 2?e leptal sot to forget
THAT
Saturday Ist December
IS THE COMMENCEMENT OF MY
SALE OF BOOTS & SHOES
SO CHEAP BOBBISH, 80 OLD STOCK
But all fine and freeh Goods which must be cleared by the
CQ d of the month. Call to-day and inspeot the Bargains at
Robert Henderson
THE BOOTMAN (Oppciite Skeccfa A Co.)
35T Don’t Mistake my Address.
THE BEST OF WINES
aAxutr bxsxvtz'sto.
Q THE GREAT HEALTH RESTORER-
Specially prepared lor Invalid. and lover, of pore wine by
f, Chaigheau A Co., of Bordeaux.
bj RECOMMENDED BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION PROFESSION**HTo
**HTo PROFESSION**HTo b 8 obtained retail from the prinoipal stores; and wholesale
from agents for Venezuela A W. Indies, qq
IQ J, TAUEEL & Co. Corner of King it Charlotte Bt.
W At San Fernando, from L W BONYDN & CO.
soxiNaa nvsi

THE PORT OF STAIN GA3BTTE* TUESDAY DECEMBER 4, 1900

“ Hi* railway scheme is now assured, is it
not ? ”
There was silence.
11 New Orleans has looked upon him as a
man in authority.”
Sir David laughed and lit his pipe, and
then added good humoredly :
“I may smile, may I not? And l can
wink my eye, may I not i But I cannot dis discuss
cuss discuss Mr Hunter or his railroad.”
Sir David, as is well known here, is
not only a particularly “ canuy Scot ”
but an “ Aberdonian ” to boot a fact
of which his interviewer was probably
unaware when he tried to •• draw
him.”
ohamblropoommeb^
â– 
RETURN OF THE PRESIDENT.
MR TRIPPS RESOLUTION.
THE BDTIE KGRIEVANOE-
There waa a genenai meeting of the
Chamber ol Commerce at 9 a m. yestr yestrday
day yestrday t.t wbieh were p.esent Hon, W
Gordon Gordon President (fa the chair)
Mr Hugo Hoffman (Vice Prealder t)
Messrc Wllaon L -F Am bard, K W
Wtlron J Rust R Bust J R Reid, d ipt
Handy r. B II Stephens, J Hoops, J A
R»p ey, B Fraser, J H Archer, O F
Sto'meysr,, J G Taylor B W Mo. Leiwl
G Gocdwdie,
The m nutes of the last moating i;av.
ir'2 been road and confirmed the H«or: -
rsry laid on tha table two letters from
the noting Oufuiiai Secrete" 7, refer rl>- ••
to Gaugers, Baatmeu. Pilot* tic, £-■,
The Chairman said ifeat befits p’f p’foaediag
oaediag p’foaediag to the order o» the day, ho de
derira! to lay beforo them certain lost lostlutlonc
lutlonc lostlutlonc of the Oongrena of Chamber" < f
Ocmmcice of the Wmpire w ich wou'd lo
at tha disposal rd members. They
hf>d worked hard and with great
ma ts At the end however a groat
disappointment was met by the depu deputation
tation deputation which was to havo waited on
Lrrd Sal sbnry, es they could not be
received.
Mr Hoffman said that before dealing
with the businees which was down In
hie nemo, ft was right to ask the mem members
bers members to join him in welcoming back tbelr
worthy Chairman He bersonally, bad
gioat pie-.sure in resigning bis Ohalr Ohalrmansbip
mansbip Ohalrmansbip into his hands, and thonght
him derarsing es thanks lot having held
the Chairmanship of the Chamber with
honour in the past; as well as for tfce
able way he had represented them at
the Congress of Obsmbers of Oommeroe
of the Empire. He had now to oommuo*
irate to them the decision of the
Committee, on the application of Mr
Tripp, in regard to oorrect prooeedure
at meetings of the Ohsmber, whloh
arose at the last meeting. It came to
his mind then, and he had expressed it,
that it wonld have been more business
lik if they hsd beard what Mr Tripp
had to say on the matter then at
Issue; but the majority of members
were of the opposite opinion ; and this
being so, it baa been thought best to
take Mr Tripp’a application into serious
consideration; as the result of which,
the Committee, after referring to a little
book on parliamentary practice, for
whioh they were indebted to Mr Good Goodwille,
wille, Goodwille, bad deoided that the Chairman
w»s in the wrong,
The Committee therefore wore of
opinion that the resolution had no right
to be thrown cat. As be had already
stated, the book referred to wu a hand
bock of Pariiimeutary practice, and ha
was of opinion that tho Chamber should
follow suoh practice as much as possible.
He was oonvicood that a share of blame
wss attributable to himself, and he now
oonfesced that ho was wrong and was
vary sorry for betog so. It was however
human to er - , The resolution wss now
opeo to dlsoufslon by members.
The Chairman said he lock i; (hat
members approved of the resolution
Mr Stephen* pciutd out tbst nils
36 cf the Ohsmber permitted discussion
U approved by the majority rs members
and as regarded .pariismn ta y praa ice
they bad nothirg to do with it as th«y
had their own rules
Mr H-fiman said he wished by re.
ma>ks merely to expre»« ihe feeling
which had been arrived at by theUom
mlttee in tegard to Mr Tripp’s motion
On the last occasion Mr Tripp's motion
j bar! bean ruled out cf order in error by a
* motion whioh was not propegiy before

th« B-ard- He now oanrllered Mr
Tripp should have been heard on hi#
motion, (if seoonded), and then it would
havo been open to any one to me va an
amendment.
Mr Tripp said ha had proposed on that
occasion to do no mere than was laid
down by tho articles of association under
which all meafclrgs of tho Chambar
should be regulated, Is was - there laid
down that there should bo one ordinary
gereral meeting a year, at least, at which
oertsin business wss to bn tranoaoted
and at any special meetings such matters
only are to ba disou-se d as shall have
been duly entered on th upends. His
object on that ocearian had been simply
hare a discussion upon hie motion
which was set down oa the agenda paper.
The other business not having been
upon Ihe agenda was out of order, And
the contrary motion should not have
broa considered, Hoveve- he would
like to express hie cordial support cf the
words of welcome whioh had been ex.
tended lo the Chairman cn his return
irem abroad. They were all. he waa
sure, most heartily p’esao.l to *e« him
once more, and united in acknowledg acknowledging
ing acknowledging the good work he had done for the
Ohsmber dnrfrg his absenoe. But bo also
wished to express the great obligation the
Chamber felt itself uudor to Mr Hoffman
for Ihe manner in whioh ho had perfor performed
med performed *he vicc-Pfosldontisl duties wbllo
tbo Prssident vraa away, Ho had con*
dueled tha p-ocaediogs in a most
courteous firm, and obliging manner ;
and Mr Tripp considered it c â–  iy a further
proof of hie ability that up n the first
little error their had
oo emitted, he hsd operl? come forward
aft the earliest opportunity and admitted
it Ho long as they had vies Presidents
wh s were not afraid cn to admit thotr
errors, so long wou’d the Chamber con continue
tinue continue to enjoy the coctiiecoe snd esie:m
of the mercantile community, fee was
himsolf very glad the Committee Lad
come to Urn oonolusion they had; Te
always thought they would. But sinoc
last meeting he had himself come to
ooosider who'her it would ba quite
gonetous on his part to prooeed now
with his motion, to which in its present
form at there seomed to be some
objection among members, He had pot
upon to day’s agenda paper the same
motion, in the same words, as be had
on the previous ooossion more as a
matter of prlnoiple than anything else.
But tbare was one thing whioh had taken
place since then, and that was that the
Brewery Go, to whioh be belonged, bad
again bean oompelled unfortunately to
enter an notion against Ihe Oolleotor of
Customs, io whioh the points of lsw to
be argued wonld be anlacgoni to those
he had propcaed now to raise. For
that reason he fancied It wonld not be
well for him to prooeed with his motion
Another point waa this, that he felt the
disonsaion whioh had taken place on the
laat oooasion had drawn pnbllo and official
attention to this point more folly even
than wonld perhaps have been the oaee
bad he been allowed unopposed to peas
hla rear inlion The true grievanoee of
the Customs methods, had been foroibly
brought home thereby, to the Customs
department, eni the Government to
suoh an extent, that it was very unlikely
that suoh a oeusn of complaant would
roeur. There was yet one more point
he wished to note It had been charged
rgaintt him that he bad only deelred to
gratify some private p’qae by his
motion: now i! there was ono thing
meie than another whioh would he
detirimeotal to tka dignity of the Cham Chamber.
ber. Chamber. it wss the intro’uotion of personal
feelings there. And he valued far too
highly the reputation of this Ohamber,
fifty times more than that of any Col Collector
lector Collector of Customs (who oame and went);
so that rather than that i! should be said
that tbl* Ohsmber oen be aotutaed by
tuob motives, he proposed now, with the
leave of tka President, to withdraw bis
motion- The motion wss by oonsent of
the Prosldent withdrawn,
Mr Archer then moved that the
Ohamber should consiier the ossa of tbe
Butter sellers ol Tart-of-Spain with
regard to the recent prosocutione. Hu
thought perhape it waa a matior upon
whioh the advico of their legal adviser
might be sought with Bn"
in the rae*ntimo he did thick tbo Cham
ber should cell ihe attention cf the
shopkeepers, with a view t > nllowlriK
some mitigation of the penally, amourt amourtku
ku amourtku f s a rule to £5 Imposed /or these
breaches ol the act clearly committed
without any fraudulent intent.

The Chairmen prepored that M
Arober should vary hie motion to onr
asking; the Government to oombine wito
their present erquiry Into the Weighth
and Measures Acts an enquiry on the
same lines Into the working of the Foods
and Drugs adulteration Act.
Mr Wilson seoonded this for the pur purpose
pose purpose of discussion,
Mr Vasoouoeiloa maved an amendment
that the Chamber should anthorlse their
Committee to take evidence on tho
question first, and should they think it
doMrable, the Chamber could then send
overythieg up to the Government. It
was a well known fsot that firkin butltr
was sold here just in the same condition
as it was shipped by the mikers and it
was passed through the Customs When
shipped it never contained 75 per eeot
of butter fat: yet it was charged duty
by tho Customs Department at the
•ame rate (Id per lb) as good better; Tho
Importers would not be allowed to claim
a redaction upon It as being below the
standard for butter, or under the excuse
that it was • butter oompouud. There Therefore
fore Therefore he would suggest that the Customs
authorities should satisfy themselves
that the butter ou being landed oamo up
to the legal mark, aud if it did net on
analyaia show 75 per cent of butter fat
the importer should be fined. The butter
was as s rule perfeotty good and whole,
some, and was preferod by many
parse us, rich aud poor to other qualities
But he did think tho per oentsgo fixed by
lair was too high for the tropic*, where
without extra sal!, and brine no butter
would ke?p moro than a day or two
Mr Archer accepted the rmoudmect;
aud tho rorolution a?j amended vt,
passed.
The Chairman astd bn?:re they I
a*ed he wished to eiy h"w mrh he
appreciated the kind wcr '» in which b;
had been welcomed back by the Chamber
He was very rle-.jod to he among?', them
onoe moro; and though ho would only
have a very r.nort term of office left him
to fill the position cf President, yet he
would use it to his best ability for the
promotion of the interests of the Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce. There was just one
thing be woold like to point out, It
seemed to him that Commerce had not
bean of late years reoognlacd by the
Government of tho Colony aa it shcnld
have been. At any rate tbs Chamber
bad not met with the consideration aud
oouraeay wbioh it had enjiyed in the
peat; They were aware that tc morrow
the new Governor would
arrive, and be hoped His Exoellsnoy
would give more consideration to snob
subjects as tho Chamber might bring
befare him than had hitherto been be
•towed upon them. What he wonld
•uggea*, (and it might probably be re.
ooived sea very proper end oourteeoa not
on their prrt), would be to present an
address, in however few words, to Sir
Alfred Moloney on hia arrival, expressing
the hopes that ha wonld bestow npon
oommesoe in this Colony the same
thought and attention ha had on that of
Granada, as was to be seen by the re.
oently published farewell addreesea.
Second by Mi Slollmeyer, and uuani
monalv oarried,
At 9.46 am the Chamber roan.
BOARD OF HEALTH,
A regular meeting of the above
Board was held shortly alter two
o’oloak yesterday, at wbioh whloh
were present the Hon N Nathan QO.
Attorney General chairman), the
Hon Sir Frauds Lovell, Surgeon
General, tho Hon W Wrlghtson,
Professor P Garmody, Dra 8 M
Lawrence, B K Knaggs, J A DeWolf.
0 F Knox, the hon H A Aloszar Mr
A D O’Connor and Mr H A Brath*
waite, Secretary,
she minute* of the last meeting
having been read and confirmed the
Beeretary read the reports of the
Sanitary Inspector and Government
Analyst, as well as the reports of the
wardens of the various dlgvricta.
Reference was made In the
report of Mr Flanagin, Warden of
Monaeerrat, to tho for a
Building Ordlnanoe ; ooDsepatnt on a
eert of mushroom villas** having
sprang up in a oertaiu part of
Montserrat, With reference to this
matter Mr A'cizar thought it was
their duty lo auoh an act aa would

teaoh these people to build on sani sanitary
tary sanitary principles, probably the parties
referred to were coolies.
The Chairman said he was not
aware that there was any law stating
that a certain number of persons
should he allotted to ?bo aore ; and
after a slight disc man Chairman said he would write to the
Warden! in oonneotlon wilb the
matter,
A letter from the Aoiirg Oebnial
Feoretary was then read by the
Feoretary, notifying the Board of
oertain appointments wbioh had
been made by the Governor, and
which have already been published
A letter from Mr H L O'Brien
was read, iu wbioh jhe appealed
against an order of the Sanitary
Inepeoior of Diego Martin, and com complained
plained complained of a nulsanoe arising out of
improper drainage The Warden'a
report on the matter was rsad by the
Heoretary ; from whteh the cause of
tb« nuiaanse, appeared to be attri attributable
butable attributable to a certain hole, whloh was
stated to have been made by storm
waters, and whieb, if filled op
at the expense of a few dollars,
wonld abolish tho nuisance com complained
plained complained of. The Hactotary was
ordered So write Mr O’Brien inform informing
ing informing him ;h;i& ihe Board did net see
their w y to interfere wiih the
Saoi.'Aty Innpoctor’s rip^rt.
Refoit?;.;* to precautionary me a athe
the athe Bubonio Blague, the
Sot : ;u General said that in 97 the
->ard had advhed that it was desir desirable
able desirable that if tho p'aguo phould break
out on board any vessel before the
t’me of its departure from Calcutta,
it should be made to return instead
of prcoeedlng to Trinidad, No defi definite
nite definite action had been taken by the
Government in tho matter, and in
August this '/ear he had written to
Hia Exoelienoy, suggesting that the
decision whioh had been arrived at
by the Board in should
again be brought to the notice
of the Secretary of State, He
pointed out that the disease
then (this year) was far more
prevalent than It was in ’97.
By the reply to the Secretary of
Slate had dooided that tho sugges suggestion
tion suggestion of the Board should not be
earned out, and that In the event of
plague breaking out on board
any vessel after her departure
from Calcutta, she should oontinue
on her journey, They bed taken
all the steps whloh they had con considered
sidered considered necessary to prevent
the spread of the disease, and there
waa now nothing further left for
them to do He would therefore ask
that the despatch from the Beoretary
of State in reply to the suggestion
of the Board, aa well as the despatch
from the Indian Offioe to the Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State In oonneotlon with the
matter be published
This was agreed to
Further business lu couneoHon
with the keeping of pigs in certain
districts, as well as the building
ordinance, was then postponed to
the next meeting; the Burgeon
General having informed the Board
that further Information from Sani Sanitary
tary Sanitary Inspectors of the various dig digtriots
triots digtriots was awaited
The Board then adjourned
TURF NOTES,
BATUBDAT MOKHINQ’I XXKBCIIB,
I an pleased to say that oar
Deoember meeting promises to
be very successful. Sportsmen
must not take the following as lips,
ae it is quite impossible at present
to sport winners.
Sammy Ertle and Vigilant wore
the first out at half speed. They
met Llttlo Wonder at Ihe six furlong
post with the evident intention o(
I roxupiog home together, but through

Eussell ? Go.
14a, Fnod. St,
New Goods
PER ROYAL MAIL STMR.
FEATHER-STITCH 4 BRAIDS
A la'gi s*e-w*el H rs (hi* class of
Geode in all ooiors, (hades A Style*.
C3C3JKSii*I’S
Some new lines including one nioely eta*
broidered in white silk at 72cf.
Madras Handkerchiefs
Borne effective desigrs ia these
HOSI ISKY
White, Black, Nsvy oto. assorted prices
Aluminium Thimbles, Loot Lapse, Gipsy
Table Ccverr,
PURoFS WITH CHAINS-
Our usual Cheap Lina
SELF CLOSING UMBRELLAS.
BOWS A TIES- Seme more new styles,
WHITE AND CRMM FLOWERED
RAY IN 3J rnd 4H Cent#;
WHITE A KHAKI LINEN CRICKET CRICKETING
ING CRICKETING HAT*-' At ‘2i Oeotr.
ARM -TRONG BRACES—and others,
if LAN IN & LB— Ali prices.
OIWFH Lk CHKNK—At 4* O«He in
Wfafee, Ociim. Rcec, B.’sck, fcky snd
Tuscan,
FLOWERS,
Berne novelties in new tbwers at Clrffc's
Rates.
6HIFFON.
4 (echos aid 0 inches wide—All
shades.
TfA COSIES AND CUSHIONS,
Seme pretty articles for Presents.
LEATHER BELTS—with fancy buokiss*
A JOB LINE Oh’ FANCY BILKS—«•
24 Cents.
SOME SMART LADIES SHIRTS—as*
sorted styles at various prfess.
ALL OVER LACE—Bcms new designs.
LADIES KID GLOVES
Borne mors wboissaie lines suit suitable
able suitable for Ucuntry trade have just
been opened by Steamers ‘’YU ‘’YUCATAN
CATAN ‘’YUCATAN " and ” TRENT 1—
These are well worth seeing as
many ot them are extremely
Cheap.
FOR SALE °
2 Nei Bicyclti-i,*„*^n2
PRICE.
RUSSELL <& CO.
Frederick Street,

XMAS
SUPPLIES.
FIBST SHIPMENT
NOW OPENING
AT
Bolands Pharmaoy,
LQW&tt HKNE T>

5



6

ifli h!s *m i*st w *i -
'
kUiy m «a wiWi wi h
Bpit« es ib ; » I tUioX hs his sw swproTCdirac^aseiy
proTCdirac^aseiy swproTCdirac^aseiy
The Msbdi was sent & 3 m;le C*a<«
ter flashing up with a 4faHoog
burst. He does uot look aa wall as
1 hive ssen him.
ludiol'o wens a 3 mile canter. The
geldisg in looking wall.
Lille Sister wish her littlo j ck
(Mr. Qs.t) pumped al 1/2 speed w »b
her s able .They bath did a mils Juliauus tried
bis best to ktep u ■ > wßh she fi'y
bal ho was not io it. I fail to ft.-a
anything in lbs aanae . u- t w»*h her
io the breed re and prodaoa. Al*
though I am t -id to wail and gee up*
iQi-daia's I â– â– at p.u Msrdec* can'ered 3 tales wtba
3 furlong 1 2 spaed. He ie looking
fair, bat i fb aid like to sea hm
hurst f cm ‘be 6 furlong before 1 K. y
any more aboul him
Shanghai did ft mile mater, I un understand
derstand understand this pony ie preparing f-:r
Ibe Diego Mar in raoea.
Julioj and Stella were sen! 1 m-’e
ending with the 5 furlong 'â–  b\ 'iha
Old mare ie looking lit.
Ka lfhi, tie Tobago coll, jum- ei
from the 7 furlong post and wo: Rlr.
Liddielow’a gieyal tha nix furlong.
They both came down the airtight
maunder the whip. 1 hope they
will imp: ove.
Lafayette was given a ‘2 miio o‘iß*
ter the I*»t 5 furlong wua i- " The
Ofaestnui is Sock ng f pi-' did, 1 lik likhis
his likhis slyY, he is gclng to be taxed up
in Ibe winnings.
Comes went 1 mile with r, 2 fut futloßg
loßg futloßg break, 1 bava seen bin nilop
better ihcogh this ie his feoend
galop.
Diana did a2 mile o.n er the
last 3 furlongs vtiy Dsi and caused
great exciletnsnt tuncrq* the crowd
PoUoy cratered 2 miks, fc&r
Bhe is not properly hand ed,
Mr Mas Smith’# filly g tiioj cdl
mile 3/4 speed, a good Jot ki. g
filly and will itnpavu
Songcter the fa? uri’.o cf Dcroe -
rare, started fit si t. ratio a d nuel
Ooloum Belle as the six fur etiy,
they both otm-» from there v; y
fiorgster fir i-heti up, C.doma
Belle very much improved aad is a
prointaiua bily
liiouzi has seal T.>r a mile, finished
fast
Alleoia was tbo last on ibo geo ind
after cantering ouao round, ebu r,ss
sent foe a 2 furlond 1/2 speed r.d tl
furlong 3/4 sp'ed. tho did bar
work very wall You will bear Lem
me again
BUTTERFLY.

CON CE HT AN D TAhAIi ;i OA L
ENIERTAINaIENT.
IN AW 01 THII ROMAN C, THOI.IO iHI K II
OK Si. JAM IS.
We to remiml our icai it.- of ti iC Con
cert and Theatrical Kiitcrtainmcnt, oigaiiueil
in aid of the I;onmn Catholic Church of St.
James, which will take place on Thursday,
the tith inat, at the St. Thomas j..t . school
house, Muctirapu. tiy a glance at Ui. : jiio
gramme appended below, it can be see.i that
it is an excellent one, and should attract a
very large audience. That most laughable
and amusing farce “ Box and Cox ' will also
be rendered, and from what we have heard ot
the rehearsals, it promises to f a great
success. Special trams will be pic vided to
convey back to the lioulvard terminus after
the Entertainment, ail members of the audi audience
ence audience resident in town. Refreshments will lie
sold at moderate price-. Admission tickets
arc fixed at the following prices Reserved
seats, '2s. Gil; Front seats, ‘2s.; and Back
scats Is ; and can be obtained from the
Roman Catholic Prisbytery, Fort-of-Spain,
from the Rev. hr. Julien [louche, and Irotn Mr
Mitchell, Druggist, St. James Tickets wili
also be sold at the door on the night ol the
entertainment. Boors will be opened at 7.30
p.m and the concert will commence at 8
o’clock precisely.
PROGRAMME.
1, Walla— “ Maiiatliano" ... Mr William
LTidd'a String Band
2, Piano Duet—Mrs E Coruilliac ami Miss
G uthrw
8. Song— ... Mr A Flemming
4. Song— Miss flobsou
5. Com to Song Mr McLeod
ft, Violin-Cello Solo Mtfs K Fahey
7. Piano Duet—Miss M Lainalle and Miss
M Fahey
8. Song—’ 1 0, Listen to tho Band”...Chora*
8. Mimetio Sketch Mr Hanson
19, Violin Solo Mr A Marqnr*
11. L'omioSorg .. Mr W 'iidd
12. Sorg Miss A I.ass#Ho
13, Watt it.., 1 ' El Porro Ladra La Luna’
...Mr W Tidd's String Hand
14, Comii Song Mr McLeod
In Ur minion o/ 10 Minutes
13, Piano Duet. Mias C Marsau and Mr
Manan
“BOX AND COX,’
Mr James Box "A journeyman
Fruiter" Mr Flemming
Mr John Cox “ \ journeyman
Hatter ... Mr W Kenny
Mra Bouncer “ Landlady ' Miss Glostor
Got) SAVR Tilt (JUREN,
ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS.
A missionary meeting in conneo-
Hon with tho Wesleyan Churoh In
Hanover street he’d lust ci^bt
at 7.U0. The Hen Guerre Gosdwille
ccouph’d the obtir, me) among tbo?R
on the platform w to ' < H vs. E 1)
Jones, David Wright, W Wtlgb*, W
It Sjmo&p, li 0 Trace, Bev B E
G.umnon (Bapt!a‘) l-t d AHek
Kamsfly (Frr*o K>kJ —After ihr*
'
•ohjio ol miHctt v ,
tho f-ev K D Jones it im * I
o£ W j
showing that tho vve it had t ml
extended to F-tuth Africa, Cbitu.f
Ceylou ami other parts ol tha world |

mm POET OF SPUN OAZEOT. TUESDAY DBOIMBER 4,1900.

Tfed Idft.'iWS *4 tits SVlDIt* "fsjf
ml i’iiS/fftf 1$
4?i'd||fpd $, blfksg
!> l>s‘hS§e &! «iis .1.0 d in lbs
nrovisut 3? a bshsiti The amoool no!*
Doted to :>Jly amounted Io £7O 4 2£,
sn inoteasa of £2G 11 over lasi yattr’s
amount, sevorai other addreesod
followed and the meeting terminates
6t 9 p m.
A sxnitaby invention.
Oiraba i’j ; (kr.dft, t>u 1 Milk, FJlohvr
#i vJ*n i.jwHnr -opt- a U;o C«n I'r'lf
No i t';, nihk •••.lw*y.r fteth »?od e’eso,
Ote coimiß ov«ry 11 j a io- ' l<> fvtlr ro
in ; i.» n o rs Oouden-.. d Mi k. No
■ ippl.ig k- d .*f>(llt!g f h«ncß U?t> ifn ni
i'.t iwr r.'i or;:i. -r ml k oe or«*».-•» Si
e e Otm* «ft 00.
Y u tK*.i fuy 1£ ■ tijrl I’.d /tally
mi’-cd 'ft'uie, t;. plv •: £ t h 3, :u-o o:.-
sine, otc„ cb f p »t tbn Rer»!tl.
BETaiBB THE BEST,
ti.cd honest cyoio repairs, the
very i>;*‘4 ;b»l money car. buy you in
the island. .repoira cf every descrip description,
tion, description, Only at the Os Bm;poliir.u...
Advb
THE PitOi’Lli' t BOOT CLUB
ibo u-ual vr- ekiy diawicga took
lock pifor yesk.d.y acd the follow following
ing following numbers Wr.;ro iha winnere :
No 2 of No 2 Oil b, No 26 rs 3 olub,
No 34 of No 4 dub, and No 11 cf No
5 olnb,
LX M PS, ti I LLi» N\)bUN Dlt lEB.
Wo r.?a showing a firm ell Lemp
'V $1 00 and n lovely G' a Lamp for
$2,50. And wj have &â–¡ et BCriment
of Jftmpa f,ach r;3 yea havn nevci
forr* before. Only r.S fbe Otsuiopoli Otsuiopolita»,
ta», Otsuiopolita», 28 Qaren street..advt,

A UTIbTIC
It is well to know, when one re requires
quires requires a piece of jewelry made or re repaired
paired repaired an inscription engraved in
monogram, script, old English or any
type, that it can be done in an artistic
manner, by Monroe Bonin, who lias
Ims much experience in jewelry lino
Call at OA Brunswick » quare and
see the medal made by him, to be
presented at the coming Bicycle liaoos
by Bornu Cycle Depot and Goldsmith
Establishment,,. Advt
’cuioodstud aoj
!l«3 3d o?ttAY“*odUß4JOdraj
-itaiid 30 si euo 6iq> pun 'Bappn jo
du upvm aj njjrj -flensua diqaproq
aapaauS jtps ‘uedrluq qtvop pjuoqg
—fliHßSiqq w si -ptq
iqiucij taerqua,.; oqt at
v A'q nspacjju ucjioajoid uq» suo
ua qoas ox ’oraoDuj yuu quemloid
tur jo 88-i aueatn gt Ajqiascd
• taapiocu aoj pojjoojaa uo ‘saanqi
t Aq aaipn „ Aep
Au|tu , eqj jc; â– 3iV||Op fitaj h Aq 8011
ad fucAkUd etiuioou! psjionf osoqtA
e J UO3J9d JO copjsoci oqj Bsqjioanp
L) J| . i ‘d-.pj Jvds A{oaj,v.:dig‘siqx
‘NAY; -U H (118 Aft
EVEN YTHING SfAB IX’ lb GUT
PLACE.
Join lie ift/Uehnic Wach O'ub
m the hands it .eljablo Jewollefß,
Twenty-four month# gnaruntcp, wa'.ch
adjußtc.l free tiei ns any time. By
paying 1 \ p.c week for flurry weeks
Q*iV# K JcfH beaniifully ebtsed
haU marked Silver Watch can bo
obtained. Drawing weekly. Tho lnoky
winner each week erases 10 pay. The
choice of teller is optional by
paying tie dillucuce. Only at tho
Polytechnic Com. Asstn.Ltd.
J N JAMES,
Manager.
Brunswick f qasre,
Opposite Tramway Siding.

FORETHOUGHT-
Over three thousand sub hundred
(3,G00) claims two been paid in
Trinidad hy tho Sunbeam JJeeetil
yooieiy Limited.
The result ci for*! bought is ap apparent
parent apparent Theso who have rot talrc
advantato cf t uoh projection should
oous! it iljo hccio y'n fablo cl rates.
PefSOtHf residing in any part of the
Island who may desite inter roa'ion,
tiro invttecl lo write fur tho BooLty’p
proap. 0?U8,
Agenru are »t quire*l iu districts nt
present unrepresented,
â–  - KB
v'Bil’i hH nil the pull’d . rvo Iter ei.y
o tK)Ua aI h tlm F.a. •• Mm sensrs’
will 1 o wFhdrswi) frciu runilos foe o'* a--
trg H> ' r > '.-it, f.< in *ho 20lh November
id the 12 b Don* rubor, cn which ditto the
will returns hor l.li e-r.r? i y *bo fir uthnrn
rcutr,
ltt.ii November, UFO.
kJTJKV. TO LET.
YjEXT deer m lea Heuoe, good
j.M tisTcsa Teal y ... Itsmedctle
I oasrssior...Apply to A DecleJm;
FOB lit NT NTi
i NTi N F ■ • • He ere No U> U;po r
- D ; v ) ft; ." ... \): . n i thixP
iw’OH 'l t ' .Tm k r tor* ; new
\ ' 1 • i) > ~ I’ *tan*
i cku'bo had n ICt I ! ot 1900 .
ppiy to i’ UlfcDi’. !So Eaek Dry
Ulver,

THU | net; A.Nit fH« uev.
trim ted fevjr thkl IU Ht Vwj
well. N<> yoU Wu Mir* tt ««'
ease obly with tliQ mediemf
that goes down to the cause 0!
it. Now, many so-called diseases
aro in truth only forms of ono
disease, branches of one tree, as
v.e may say. For example, if
wo can nourish tho body and
enrich the blood, wo speedily
yet rid of many of our troubles,
such as Anemia, Fevers, Rheu Rheumatism,
matism, Rheumatism, Scrofula and Blood
Disorders, Lung Diseases, and
so r>u —ali proofs that tho body
lacks vitality and force. No Nothing
thing Nothing is so effective a body bodybuilder
builder bodybuilder as cod iiver oil; but,
alas, how many aro nauseated
at tho very thought of it. In
WAMPOLE’S PREPARATION
which is palatable as honey and
contains the nutritive and cura curative
tive curative properties of Pure Cod
Liver Oil, extracted by us from
fresh cod livers, we havo the
rose without the thorn; tho val valuable
uable valuable drug minus its vile taste.
Add to this the Compound
Syrup of llypophosphites for
making bone, and tho Extracts
of Malt and Wild Cherry for
equally excellent purposes, and
we havo a remedy indeed; one
us pleasing to tho palate and
stomach as it is potent and
successful in banishing disease
iu old or young and making
life worth having. “You cannot
be disappointed in it.” More
lives havo been saved by it,
than by any other medicine;
you get an ellectivo remedy
while seeming to be using only
a palatable food. Dr. G. C.
Shannon, of Canada, says:—“ 1
shall continue its use with, I
am sure, great advantage to my
patients, and satisfaction to my myself.”
self.” myself.” It was made to cure and
it sells because it cures. Ono
bottle convinces. Effective from
tho first dose. Sold by chemists
in Europe, Asia, Africa, Austra
lia, North and South America.

ANNUAL SALE
—— OK
GOV! RNMtNT STOCK
wiliTbe held at
.S' 7'. CL AHi on Friday, the )4th
December, 1900
SALE TO COMMENCE AT 12 NOON
Thn XDlo will comprise aso Colt, 41
pure »niS ccia bred Chi tie, Bsm, L mb
am? Poultry.
HOUSE.
No. 1 Chin Ch'n-CheatH'-t Celt lfi|
h h, 15-M2 Brovesr, Lire Snips Vlrtc.
cows.
2 Ootvs in Calf, Ouo Furo b'rl Zol u in
Ovlf.
lllilb'Eßib
i J trod ‘ b if. r 1 yiir 2 tnea. 14 d: ya
Ido do Ido 1 do 14 do
i d > do .1 do 1 do 11 do
ldo do 3do 7 do Bdo
Ido do Ido 1 do 2do
Ido do Ido I do 2do
ldo do Ido 0 do sdo
Ido do 3O do 21 do
1d > do .lO do 20 do
3 do cl) lO do 18 do
Ido do lO do 16 da
Ido da 9 d i 2.1 do
1 Pure Bed Zebu Hos or 1 yewr 2 mo 5.
21 da; r.
BULLS.
1 Puro Prod Zslu Bu ! l 2 jus 2 rut,a 12 dya
1 do do do do 2doldo 20 do
1 do do do do Idoll do
l do do do da Ido 4 do 9 do
J KURD.
If Biel Znbu Bull Iyr 9 turs 7 dye
l do do d.o ldo 8 do 27
1 do do do Ido 7 do
1 do do do 1 c?o 2 do 2
1 do do do Ido 1 do 9
l do do do Ido 0 do 27
HALE BRED
1 J Broil Bull
1 j do do
OXEN.
I f Bred Zofcu ox lidog 4 years
1 do do do do
I d i da do do
1 do do do do
1 do do do do
l do do do do
1 do do do do
1 do do c?o do
l do do do dt>
l Jo do do do
1 do do do do
l do do do do
1 do do do do
> do do do do
4 Barn lambs—Shiopshire Bre t d
POULTRY.
Seme Silver M YANDOTTK FOWLS
Condition cf sals :
1. Terms cash duo *nd payable on fall
of tlio hnnKier.
2 Immediately Bftcr the fell cf tho ham*
nmrthe lc| ctande i t bo riek rs the
Put cheer r, when ho nhall bo lleblo
for Mb bid,
8. Tbo lot wuet bo removed w.thln 8
.'aye c,f tbo ralo Oaintcguee cf tba
f.-i!o 'il!h full partlcutere may be
1 It »:.».! In epp’.loelSon to Metere, F
J. Scott 1 r,d Hen, Oi vt-tsmunt Auc Auctlcreere
tlcreere Auctlcreere No. 1 St. Vboent Street
rr to the r cf the Govern Governrcoct
rcoct Governrcoct Block Farm
(8g. ; .) ( HAS, MEADRN.
M«j Bfcr Govt, Faun
F J. LCOTT& If ON,
G/vt» Auotlctc.ru
tit. C'Uii.
2nd OctcLer, 19 ,

li'OBUO WMoi U \kWto khrt
* la fumtafced of the bcwsm «•»!»» »«j
aoWjiffccre totier tba Oon*c#ace«, end
Lew of Pi Of.is.tf Orclneroe, 18c4, niul
by viilue cf a deed bearing drfo tve 21st
cf Juno, 3827, i«iffo?cru i as No. 1816 cf
?897»*' d Riadn fcDwae s Gen-go Aether
Jon m, cf tho mwn a s 8»n Ft mar d l , of
tho one part,en t tie Trinidad BaUdluft
an.; Lcc-i' Aerie aßm, of tho ether por«,
lbei» W'll to put up fes - sve a* pnllio
euo’fors rv the nrtderelyred at hie Auo-
M'.r . No. 2 St Vlr oent Slroot, < n Mon«
BAY THH 17TH CF LSCBMBES NBXT, pt
one c’oloek p m.
All and Liii|ular thsl Mecea-?® and
L'Cd ku,,wn sa IoS No. 68 cf Ft. Vin
cent Bisect, fn tba town *f Pen Fun a a
- a alutliny rn the North, uiov St.
Vkoooti Street, on tbo youth upon lands
ts Arthur George Mvclutyie, cn tie
Fs*t uron lards ft Ce«»«dcv FVamr.la
p? d or tbo Wvit upon lands of Wi‘ Bro
Alfred Herbert, together with & 1 the
cppiiitenarces.
Pert of Spsin this 26. h day of Nov Novomber,
omber, Novomber, 1900
FRS?D. I'm. SCOTT,
AuoUcnees,
Made Like Nc-w.
Ttato wb*t OX.mcLS dies to every
Garrccni that ’s br< nsli 1 : I: him to ba
CLEANED OR DYED,
Tbo Holidays e.’o ocrclnf cr, lock up
yen* Lvdcd Holts an i 1) rsea ard scad
them to C!»mens. ifbera ie no reed to
dues;d u suit-ct n cicsb L-eofc»’eo it is
ceiled cr dirty. Beaoicbar Clemens
as good es rew astiu,
eerd it to CBbsoub tc bo ova: ed rr
dyed. Tim ;Trink!ft t Cyo Works cf 23
yea r, sterding Li Port of Fr.'ia is(h)
only roils bio cleaning and dycieg
chtablisbment in the Weat Indite,
R. J. J. CLAMENS,
Awarded Diploma md MaJal 181*8.
Coiner cf Duka ard Gecrrogtf.
Telephor o 35.
O P POUKLY,
Agent.

Nolle) of Removal,
rj'EIE cfliae cf this paper, has been
.1 removed to tho premises No. 10
Obaaoa Streel (ncxi door to cur
former effioe).
Wo would ask our advertizing
friends and eubscribara kindi; to
fska nollco of this ch?tga in our
ftddrosß,
PII3T-OF-BPAIN GAZETTE OFFICE,
No. 10 Chacon ttree 1 , Fort«of- , ilpeln
FORJiKN •
THAT orom'diov.a ro»i 'e! oa No*. 4
end 6 Wel’irgtou Terrecm lately
aooupfed by Mrs Sob dad von Bsuditz
completely furcishod, very cool and
healthy, Rent culy |9O por month,
Fee Luther p.srticuXra p!ea«o apply to
J. N. HARBIMAN A GO
MARQUIS GROCERY
JU IT RECEIVED
A large assort meat of HUNTLEY
& PALMER’S BISCUITS,
Mcrtor.’B J.im*, Fruits in Syrups,. French
acd Srgii'h Bwcoir Petrel rtf eat >,
Boiled aid Roast Mutton in ard
1 lbs tins, Gcrp. beef. Ox-tail So,,p,
Spioard au Natural, Fate de foia gcaa
fcruffe, Lurch Torgue.
Lisbon Claret and White
Wine, Fine Old rort Wine
OXFORD AND
CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGES-
Ccrne*: of Oxford ti Clarenoe Sta.
This is ills Christmas Season
REMEMBER
Always provides for yoar supplies
Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Soaps,
Cards of every description in
English, French nnrl Spanish with
Views, Photos of yourself or Child*
dren for borne and abroad.

CALL AT SKLLIEU’S,
Excelsior Studio and
Central Art blore.
4a Brut swiok and Frederick St.
S Dreyfus,
OPTICIAN,
29b FRKDEBICK STREET,
LOR Prmbiopia, Myopia and As tig ma.
* H»m in gold, gold filled and
A'tnstnico f.t iuce. Kxstninstion of eight
free,
BF.KKRKNCHB ;
Port o 8r»l —Trinidad 8.W.1.
Ootobw 10th 1900,
I certify that Mr Dreyfus has fitted
ray OT*l for ftatlguuthm and has given
fve e Tiro s .’.lsfsr|in, I can
Lsn to any-no requiring g'useee.
CrUB F CroLtMKVBR.
Uovd \V M Spr’uger, Taenrigus—
Bifconl IT acres
WI, Buiytn Ktq, Fau Foruando—
Bifocal GtassM

Tuet-tay, -ith Deot.| ioou,
•“ *$ *■*
NO, 1& UFPKR PBINOS STREET,
FAVOURED v-Rh imU ueiions rcrt i*e»l
f«>ra MRS DOYBN, the uof!»?sU> H
will oiler fee ssla iha inlicw’rg H iiv*
hold Furcltme, Pr &a , viz:
Mshrgatiy Sideboard teat bln t: p.
Mahogany elds arid Opr.tro Table’,
Sofa, R ck rig Ghairs, IbctutPß Book-,
Mv.ai i L king O ars, Iren liaas’ead
and M i *i'*>res
Ono Soda Mvrhlfe l;y Hn.’man La
CfcapeHc, No 1,
Dapper Fvphon with pipe, Give's
Bypacis. IMett B ities, Ad ', Baabe-,
Pasteur Filler, &a, &>?. 0:1 of Lemon,
Bemy’* rcy«< ii<» starch, Atrcwtcol,
Tsntatlo Add, Gloves, Mauby It Nu ; m"gs, 1 Fisted Sirop toiler.
Moulds fox ofkM, Lamp shader, Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Wool, Prcviftpn Baater, Gcg!e>,
Caraii??, Terr Ires, Chsmberr, 1 le>r»o
Scale, 1 small Sca ! e, Counter Crystal
bottler, Cole nro 1 jupo*, Shop Fixtures
G'ses Goiter, erd cundnos as vrill
aupeir,
SALE AT 14 80 PM,
Teims Cash Before Delivery
FRED, EM. BLOTT,
Auctioneer.
Nn2 St Vinca fc St cot,
23th November, TStlO,
Diego Mu tin Races
TO DK HELD
IST JANUARY 1901.
OFFICIALS:
Judge Mejor E B Todd
ittarier 0 i. Foyer, Eeq.
Assistant Charter. ...LA Bruntor, Kfq
Clerks of the Com is F Kuox, Eeq
~ , McDonald Bart, Keq
„ ,Lieut Frlzxar. Erq
Clerks of 'he Paddock... ,<3cpt BV? Lvck
~ ~ ... .E. Liarre, Req
Clerks of the Scales .Dr Parrmm
(jhas, Vincent, E q
\ AS Bo .ten, Euj
Reference Com - A T<3 Hin mittee W H Vice»r:t, Etq
MrD nahl HUH, E?q
A Da Boissiere, Erq
M A Hsrt Es q
I(JRVkctnt, ii'tq
llaniicappers U‘ oevea
lt CJames Cumtsirgt, Jtrq
) G B yr.ck, Etq.
Hon Sec & Treas'er. .Henry Durant, E'q
Asiistant Secty Ralph Durant, Etq
WEIGHT FOR HEIGHT.
Inn la to Oirry Bii ttlba (Llsibj) and i
2!bs added or allowed for every hal
inch
PENALTIES.
First win—Five pounds ; every other
win four pounds extra.
PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME.
No 1 THE MAIDEN—I pm. 4 Fur Furlongs,
longs, Furlongs, Open to common bred
por lea 14 hand 2 inches and under
thf.t have never won public money
A Prize of 25 dels, of which eeoend
horse to receive 5 (loir, Weight
for height Entrance SO shMitags.
No. 2. THE DIEGO MARTIN FARM
STAKES—I.BO p m. 6 Furlorga,
Open to a 1 poniea not thoroughbred
14 hands 2 inches end under. A
pvfzo of 6f> dole. < f which second
horse to receive 10 dels. Weight
for height. Entrance 85.
No, 8 THE CLERK’S FURBE-2 p m.
4 Furlougs. Open to common bred
ponies 14 haode and under, A
prfza cf 25 dels, of whioh second
horse to receive 5 dels. Weight fer
heigh*. Rntrs 33 10 shillings
Nr. 4. THE MERUHANT’tI PLATE—
A Handicap. Ore mile. Open to
el horses not thoroughbred, 16
hands and under, A prize of 80
del*. subscribed by tbo Merchants
cf Port-cf-Spsiu of whioh second
horfu to receive 15 cols. Entrance
8 do!s,
No. 5. THE PONY HANDIOAF-3.80
pm. 0 Futlccga. Opan to ponies
not thorcugebred 14 hands and
under. A prise of 50 dels, cf which
second to receive 10 dels. Entrance
6 dels.
No. « THE DIEGO MARTIN WARD
STAKES—4 pm A Handicap, 6
Furlongs. Open to common bred
ponies 14 hands 2 inches and under
& ptiza of 30 dels, i f which socond
to roceive 6 dole. Entrance 8 dole,
No 7 THE HACK RACE —4 30 pm.
One mile. Oper to bona fide Hacks
A prize cf 25 dole; cf which seoend
to reoelve 6 dols. Catch weight
ever 10 stone. Gentlemen riders.
Eutrauce 10 shillings.
No 8 THE BREEDERS’ STAKE 3-5
p m. A Handicap, 5 Furlongs.
Open to horses foaled in the Island
cf Trinidad and Tobago, not
thoroughbred A prize of 60 dole
cf which seoend to receive 10 do’s.
Entrance odcls,
ARTICLES,
No I—Three horses to raoe, or no second
prize will bo given
No 2— Entranco to race stand 2 shillings
Children half prioo ; to l’addook 2 ehll
lings.
No 3—ill entries to be mado and paid to
the Clork oitho course before 3 o’olook p.m
on Thursday 20th December at the Stan Standard
dard Standard Establishment Port of Spain, after
whioh date no entrioa will be takeD. The
eolors of tho riders to be deolarod at time
of entry.
No 4—Raoes to oommence at 1 p.m.
bell will bo rung for saddling, and ono for
horses 10 prooeed to the post after whioh
five minutes will be allowed and horses
then at the post will be started.
No 6 -AH objections or disputes arleing
in oonneotion with any raoe sha'l be
determined before the oloee of the meeting
by the Rsforenoo Committee whose decision
in all matters is final.
No G- In the event of a walk over only
half of the staiio will be paid
No 7—No Jcokoy will be allowed to rido
ho Is not properly dressed,
No B—Measurement of ponlee at 12
? o*ook on race day.
No 9—Owners to pay 4 shillings for for
use of Paddook for each horse entered the
the meetings. Amount to be paid at time
of entry.
No 10- Entrauoe to race course— Car Carriages
riages Carriages 2 shillings. Annitaals under saddle
2 shilling Stewards and Officials In their
carriages or on horse back, free.
HENRY DURANT
lion. Secretary and Treasure-

orm
BOOT & SHOE
DEPARTMENT,
GOO*-”- ’'***»"«*
It’s sad Ladies Iniiis Sht
From 2/ to 3 dollars,
Chinese Straw Slippers at 20c and 240
Carpet Slippers at 3Go and 48c.
Ladies, Girls and Gbildren’s Floral Slippers at 18,20 and 24c,
Gent’s and Ladies’ Tan Slippers at 600 and 720
Gent’s and ladies’ Venezuelan Alpargataa
GENT’S FINE GLACE TAN E.S. BOOTS
GENT'S HEAVY DERBY LACE BOOTS,
Gent's Heavy Balmoral BOOTS.
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Lace Boots, round toes
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Laoe Boots, needle isoes
Gent’s Heavy Leather Tap Solo American Lace Boots,
round toes.
Gent’s Fine Glace Kid Fump Sole?,, American Boots (Laoe
and E. S.)
Gent’s Fine Box Calf American I.ace Boots, round toes
Gent’s White Buckskin Tennis Boots, Gent’s Tan Tennis
Boots—good quality.
m OUR YOUTH’S—IRON DUKE
liman Lace lasts.
LADIES’ WHITS SATIN COURT SHOES-
Laaies \vnifce Kid Strap Shoes, beaded toes and bows
Ladies, Girls and Children’s FamilyJßoots
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Glace Kid and Cloth Top Lma
Boots
Ladies Lasting and Glaoe Button Be ots
Ladies Fine Glace Kid Button Boots, stitched forepart
Ladies Heavy Calf and Grain Lace Boots,
SBWin’a machines
se» to sls,

Gent’s Fine Glace Kid Lace and E 8 Shoes
Gent’s Fine White Buckskin Lace Shoes
Men's Single and Double Sole Army Bluchers .from ? •
to 10/,
Br*own, Black and White Boot Polish,
Busso-Combination Cream for Tan Boots p
Eureka Combination Cream |for Box Calf, Bed and
Leather
CAUIST£BB & TBUNK6
In all sizes,
GENT'S WATERPROOF OVERCOATB
From $3.60 to $lO each,
SHOE ttOFNS OF AU « lii!8 ‘
BOOT & SHOE LACES. trom 2C;to 6c per P« ir
: —«»
Michael P. Mailla rc *
EL POPULAB,
Corner of King and Frederick Sir** 8 *



STEPHENS & SOOTT. THE STORES.
GRAND SHOW OF CHRISTMAS GOODS
COMMENCING MONDAY 3rd INSTANT.
We will makoa GRAND SHOW in all Departments of our immense stock of high-olase, up-to-date Goods The shipment received per R.M.S last woek has opened up remarkably well and contains many good things
for XMAS BUYERS. Possibly you are racking your trains, thinking of what you can get this Christmai for your relations and friends in the way of uioo and inexpensive presents i*
When in doubt try “ The Stores.”
We hold the most extensive and best assorted stock of Goods suitable for Christinas Present, for youug and cld of all classes in the Colony. TOYS&GAMRS of every description. DILLS (dressed) and Dolls (un (undressed)
dressed) (undressed) an immense assortment, Booking Horses (all sms). Sailing Boats, Engines, Steamboats, Merry-go-rounds, Pianos, Horses and Carts, Parrots, Birds, Babbits, Bioycios, SOLID SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS.
WALKING CANESâ„¢ASSORTED WOODS-SILVER MOUNTED AND WITH SOLID SILVER HEADS.
But to give a list of all tho good things to which we would call your attention
we would require the whole paper,
*
J r~* Y *T* I—S*T%31 —S*T%3 ‘K/Ti 'ITOTTi
saX rSvL % —4in the good things now offered at

Marble Tombstones
Artistic Monumants,
Made in Italy, by skilled Soulptora. For sale and made to
order, jjll partioolars, and three splendid specimens, can be
seen at oar office and show rooms.
M. J. TA-TJjRiTTo fe 00,
Corner of King and Charlotte Streets.
THE ORINOCO
Shipping and Tiding 00., Ltd.,
6J, KINO 6TREKT, POR m OF-SPAIN, TRINIDAD,
166, FBKOHDRCSt IRTB FIT I.ONDON, E.0.-J

M&OABRO LINE.
8. S. Boimn
S bIjiVUVAJJU
TvsTi* Caslo*
A A-1
-1 A-1

D i
Stwnwt m;?1w tcml the In'-.u-l, and £• and from Tobago fey |l»*
*t»- 4 Msuaanarn* ’’ undo? Govsrnm not ovryf".? \MI«i a’ I D;»»uuig&r«
totMed)' * n Tickets tssuod for tba round trip nt special rates (moals
RsgnJar combined rotviuo by iho 3; 3, '• Voneed.or ’ and 3,3. “ Dcifrar'
®**J*JJB La Gcdrs, Quanta, Unmans, Margarita (PorJamai), QarupaaG Trinidad,
»M Oiudad Soil? a?,
Ttroggh tickets h-ansd between La Qunfra, nri InlerraciL 1*
points on the Upper Orinoon swved by iho Cowp'inyV â– '.-o.im
, *w«»|h rates cf freight boitvaan CtiicM 'S-jlltur *.-,d Kizr-pa, *j*d he* *•«•«::
U Quanta end tbs intormedltt* pert? ;n She Koi i aad Kmvpo.
, yyjwsgeeyaf, freight and ib lob;; main u. %mlj at the Gcstovij’s (Tiief fJ.'ffo-j
rort-cf«spa'r, Tr«x
_ TeJfe&oße. feJegr&jibjs Addrers.
ft" %• i»v a i LcuJt.fi
J»*F&kih Cffioa } .‘l „ ? T'aldt-d
f "!W l4i Vmk»u;.A>o * CnrK „
i*M Bn »r ft) 1 v .t

The Great French Remedy
FOR INFANT?.
The Nurse’s and Mother’s Treasure by Dr.
P. E, Pioault,
Zb!s excellent soetbirg preparation can be given with fho
greatest safety to Irfrnto and ycung children wii ruffer
from Colics, Winch*, Vemitiofe, D.aribco’, cr Lcosem ea
of the Bowels, Acidity rs the Stomach and Intestines and
all the complaints to which children are subject. Tho
Treasure groafly facilitates lVetthg oed consfquoutly
prevents these convulsions which carry off so many child children
ren children every year. 24c PER PHIAL only at
RAMSEY’S PH BMACY,

Toys, Xmas Toys
—— 000——^-
great reduction IN TOYS!
: l' «L |
r TJr D 8 Toys for Christmas /frees, JDistribution of
and Bazaars should oall at the Victoria, 13 Frederick
Street, before going to any other store,
*â–  6d Toyg going for 1b esoh ; la and 1/6 Toys going
wcn J onr Gd and Toy« going for 3d each ; ail cur 3d and
Id Zoya going for 2e each,
ar 6e assortment of Furniture just arrived
| -AT-
C| LiM & Co,, ifae Viotoria, No. 13, Frederick Street

} UP KIVBB STEAMERS.
3. 8. Apdji*.
8, 8. Gcakah*
.3, 8. Maspabro.
1 8. 8. Socokbo
9, U. Enos,
3. 8. Mckoanito,

THE POBI OF “TAIN GAZETTE! TUESDAY DECEMBER 4.

flf AUPT 1 MUMP
IlMiw h I JJ 4 lift Iw 4 m 11M *
REALTY GOOD
BORDEAUX WINE
Only $1 70 per Demijohn.
Cost of package refunded when returnod in good condition,
ATH. FORTIEK.

[Heavier s' Movements.
KOMIHKLIJKH WESTiKDIBHH
MAILD 8 NSK,
Ski fitrt Uclenini Cwifaa? LtA—Agents
ni«NB WILLEM 111-The Dutch Mail
i Simr Print! WiUetn 111 la u"e hero item
Amsterdam via Paremarlbo and Du metara
on oc c bout tho 10th December, 1900, pro*
oeedluf* aiiorwacda to Garupano, Cumaui
Uuanau LiGusira, Pto. Oabello, Guragao
Taenjet, Am Cayes, Port au Princo end
New York, tehlng oargo, passengers, autl
metis.
i >RINS WILLEM IV-Tho Dutch M&l
t ' Sttamcr •• Prlna Willem IV” le duel
acre irem Vensauelau ports on or about
the 13. b December, 1909, proceeding a(lor<
weeds to Demerara, Faran arlbo, Havre and
Amsterdam taking oarge. pasaengers and
malls.
JEANNE— Ths Dutch Mall Chartered
Steamer Jeanne ” »is due here
itom Amsterdam via Paramaitbo, and
Demerara on cc about the 9Ctb Deotmbcr
1900 proceeding alterwards to Oarupano,
Cumana, Quanta, La Guayra, Pnaito
Oabello, Curacao, Jaomel, Aus Oayee, Fort
au Prince and New York taking cargo pse pserengera
rengera pserengera and malls.
YYBINB WILLEM 11.-Tbo Dutoh Mali
J_ Steamer •! Prlns Willem II” la due
bore Irom Venesuelan Ports on or abont the
37th December 1900, proceeding alterwards
to Demerara; Paramaribo Havre 'nd Ams
â– terdam taking oarvo, passengers and malls.
TRINIDAD LINE Off STEAMERS
Trinidad Shipping d Trading Co. Lid.
MARAVAL— The p.B 11 Maraval” ct the
Trinidad Line will Icavo New York on
Saturday tho 31th November 1900 and is
due hero via Grenada on Tuesday Ith
December 1900
RENADA—The e.e. “ Grenada” ol tbo
f Trinidad Line will leave Now York,
on the 6th December, 1990, and is duo
here 14th proximo.
THE ROYAL STEAM PACKET CO.
F S Scott d Son-Agtnt.
| SK—The R.M.S. Eak will leave for
*'» Southampton (Don homeward from
Barbadoes) and other West India Islands,
Demerara, Surinam, Colon, &c, Ac, on 6th
December, taking cargo, passengers
and mails.
DEN—'The R.M.S. Eden will leave on
A* Wednesday, 12th December, 1900, lor
Tobago and La Guaira, taking cargo, pas
sengers and mails.
I DEN -The K.M.S. Eden will leave for
1 / Southampton (Trent homeward from
Barbadoes) and other West India Islands,
Demerara, Surinam, Colon, Ac, on 20th
December, 1900, taking cargo, passengers
and malts.
IT'SK—Tile K.M.S. Esk will leave on
X!i Wednesday, 28tb December, fer
Tobago and La Guaira, taking cargo, pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails,
KOBNEATH,— The Ilcyal Mail Chartered
Btr “ K rtoath " due hero on or about
| liib Daoember 1900 will taka cargo lor
Have*, London, Hamburg, Amsterdam Ao

FREDERICK LBYLaND & CO. (1900 j
LIMITED WEST INdIA A PAOIFIO
BRANCH.
New Calonial Cornmny Limited—Agents
BERNARD HALL—The a.s 1 Bernard
Uai’i le due hero irom Liverpool via
Barbados on or about tbo 111 b Dooambor
1900 proceeding alterwards to LaUuayra,
Pio Cabollo; Curacao; BavanlUa and Carl
tkagena taking cargo paeßecgers acd malls.
LONDON LINE OF STEAMERS.
New Colonial Company Ltd.—Agents.
ABA—^The London Direct Line Steamer
4 * " Saba” is due here from Loudon via
Barbados, on or about the 15th Deer., 1900.
proceeding afterwards to Northern Islands,
laklng cargo, passengers and mails.
COMPAGNIE GENERAL TRANSAT TRANSATLANTIC
LANTIC TRANSATLANTIC E
0 Leotaud d Son Agents
VILLE dh TANGER—The Frenoh
mall steamer *• Vilie de Tanger” Is due
here Irom Demerara on the 7th Deoem
bei and will leave the same day (or St.
Luola, Martinique, Guadeloupe and St
Naaalre, taking passengers, malls and
eargo,
lABBADOK— The Frenoh Mall atca*
Jk mor " Labrabor ”lg due here (rom
Europe via Guadeloupe and Martinique on
or about the Ilth December, proceeding
afterwards to Caropano, La Guaira, Puerto
Oabello, Savanllla, Colon and Port Llmon,
taking passengers, maiis and oargo,
"\7 ILL® cE TANGER-The Frenoh Mall
M steamer * Vllle de Tanger” is duo here
Irom Europe via Guadeloupe, Martinique
and St Luola on or about the 34th Decem December,
ber, December, proceeding afterwards to Demerara,
Surinam and Cayenne, taking pacsengere,
malls and cargo.
lABBADOR, Tho Frenoh Mall atea
J mer '‘Labrador” Is due here (rom
Vecesaelan ports on or about the 30th
December, proceeding afterwards to Mar Martinique,
tinique, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Santamlsr, Bordeaux
and Havre, taking pasrengsrs, mails and
cargo.
Shipping ay* Intelligence.
ARRIVALS.
3'd December
ELECTRICIAN, Rrit stmr, Walton,
1831 tone, lb hours Barbadoes—3o
pkge general cargo ami 4 dkrs - J N
liarrimau dc Co
ANA JOSE FA, Ven sloop, Fodriguez,
23 tons, 2 days Guiria—l*.9> bags
cocoa and 17 dkrs
CAKMKLIT * , Ven sloop,
tons, 2 days Guiria-27,000 plan*
talus and 3 dkrs
3rd December.
MABIANA, Ven sloop, bt Clair. 15
tons 2 days Guiria —59 pkgs man mangrove
grove mangrove bark, 7 goats and 2 dkrs.
OBuCODILE, l'rit sloop, Patrice, 14
tons, days Grenada —3” pkgs
bides, M pkgs fruit, 20 puuipkins
aud 0 dkrs.

REBCUE, Amrstmr, Glendinning, 77
ton*, 12 hours Cano Colorado -16
pkgs cargo and 28dkrs—New York
and Bermudez Coy.
PROJE UNIOA, f Austrian barque,
Tomanovich, 497 tons, CO days,
Marseilles, 7 0 tons general cargo
—Trinidad Shipping & Trading Co.
FAITH, Brit sloop, Daniel, 18 tons, 1
day Grenada—2o pkgs cassava, 0
goats, 1 barrel cassava, 1 bag cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon | bags cloves and 6 dkrs
DEPARTURES.
3rd December.
CLARA, K Randall, American schnr,
Charleston, 863 tons, New York
1,860 tons crudo asphalt Juan
Camps & Co.
UOFNEATII, Brit strnr, Howatt,
1123 tons, Grenada—FJ Scott &
Son.
WALLEDA. Brit 3. mas ted sohnr,
Kemp, 249 tons, Hayti—ballast.,,
G It Alston & Co

COLONIAL BANK EXCHANGE.
BILLING BATM—MKDOM.
Draft*
M dsyi 4,83 p» 80 i, 4.85 do.
00 4.57 do
8 „ .. 4.88 do.
Pi BIS,
DfM.'tf)
80 dhj# «. *'cs.6 17 p« }
80 it ... „ S.JC do.
30 ii ,i it 8 do,
3 it f« ii 6,11 do.
Demand on Lloyds- By per £ or paif,
N«w York Rato cf 1 r/o prem.
Stamp foe i>i be added in ever* oaao-
Pert ts Spain—l2th Noer. lUOQ lUOQTO-DAY’S
TO-DAY’S lUOQTO-DAY’S FIXTURES.
Arrival of H,E. Sir O. A, Moloney.
K.O.M.G.
Coart of Appeal 10 30 a.m.
Sale of Live Stock by J 11, Ruaiel
Murray 1 p,m.
Sale at 19 Upper IVnce Slraol by
Fred Em. Boot*.
Alrranaak th!» Day,
BIOHWA7RB.
Pcrt;cf Spa'a Morn 2 39. .Aft 8.00 r.ta-
Ben rbe* .. 8 C 6 a m
Sun Tots .. .. 6,84 p,m
Moon Beta .. .. 4.07 t’ m.
MARRIED.
Blondbi,-Mitohfli. -On the Is*:
inst., at the K.O, Oburob, Bnn Jyan,
Anthony Charles Hlrndel to A"na
M igdaUcp, Bcoocd daughter of ‘be
l»‘.o Ferdinand Mitohyll of Bto
Juan—No Card.

THE GAZETTE
poßr.oif.aPAiN
TUEBDAY, 4th DECK 1900
In hi* issue of Friday morning last,
our daily Contemporary say*, with
reference to the “ Ejected Citizens’’
of Woodbrook that “Their antagonist
had been silent for a day or two"
While wo cannot profess to be ignor ignorant
ant ignorant as to who is indicated by this
remark we beg distinctly to
state that we are, in this
question, neither the “ antagonist" of
the Woodbrook residents, nor the
champion of their landlord. We
were not the first to take up the
question if such it can be called, but
seeing the attitude assumed by our
contemporary we thought it right in

the interest of fairplayt o make public
what we considered, and what we still
consider, to bo the true view o' the
matter Like our contemporary we
have not ceased to make enquiries
but the result has only con continued
tinued continued our opinion of the untenable
nature of the claims being made
and encouraged on behalf of the
tenants. We maintain in the first
plucc that it is perfectly justifiable for
any man to do with his own as lie
will ; and no one will deny that if so
minded, the Messrs Seigert have a
perfect right to present any portion of
the Woodbrook Ms late to the City
Commissioners foi the purpose of
running a prolongation of Park Street
which will immensely benefit the hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of residents on the estate. The
latest suggestion of our contemporary
Unit the means token to acquire this
land was a mere subterfuge to avoid
paying compensation, wo pass by as
utterly unworthy of credit. Next our
contemporary endeavours to mako a
strong point of certain new forms
of agreement but we fail to
seo the importance of the poiat.
The old agreement we main maintain,
tain, maintain, (and will presently prove) is
simply a yearly tenancy ; and as such
can only be terminated by six months’
notice al i the aid of any year . The
new forms, according to our Contem Contemporary,
porary, Contemporary, arc terminable by six month's
notice of any Unit. Purely the differ*
enoe is obvious Now, as to the form
of tenancy created by the original
agreement, which it must not bo lost
sight of- is not a lease, being in the
following terms :
Trinidad.
4 fertiarandum of agreement made this
day of—lß9 -, between Messrs Seigert of ths
one part, and of the other.
The said Messrs Seigert (hereinafter called
the landlord) agrees to let, and the said
agrees to take all that certain piece or parcel
of land situate in Woodbrook Kstaie in the
Ward oi Mucurapo, in the said Island of Tri Trinidad,
nidad, Trinidad, having 60 feet in frontage and 100 feet
in depth, and abutting upon..
The tenancy to be from year to year, com commencing
mencing commencing on the—day of—lß9-, at a yearly
rental of sl2, payable monthly by equal in instalments
stalments instalments of $t on the Nrst day of every month;
the first of such payments to be made on the
first day of—
And the tenant agrees to pay all rates,
taxes, and assessments payable in respect of
the premises during the tenancy.
And it is hereby agreed that if any rent
shall (re in arrears for 1 days, or there shall be
any breach by the tenant of any of the condi conditions
tions conditions above expressed, the landlord may re reenter
enter reenter the premises without) giving any notice
to quit, and may expel the tenant therefrom.
And the landlord agrees that the. tenant
paying the said rent and observing the above
conditions shall quietly hold and enjoy the
said premises without any lawful interruption
by the landlord or any person claiming under
him.
And it is hereby agteed and declared that it
shall be lawful for the tenant at the determin determination
ation determination of the taid tenancy to remove and carry
away all buildings which shall or may lie
erected by him on the said parcel of land,
(italics ours).

Now, we challenge any one to
sively prove this agreement to amount
in law to anything more than a yearly
tonacy of the simplest and most ordin ordinary
ary ordinary form. In the first place it lacks
one most esseutial point to consti constitute
tute constitute it a least and that is
the allegation, in the first clause,
after the agreement to let und take,
the specification of the period ; for
•vary lease must be ‘ for life or
lives, for years or at will." Whether
these agreement are duly stamped,
scaled and registered as by law re required
quired required in leases of over 3 years we
know not, but if not, that alone would

in law render them absolutely void,
as leues ; ami reduce them to simple
yearly teuancie?.
Coming now to the internal evidence of
tbo intention ot the parties, what can
be plainer indication of llte nature of
the holding than the words,
“ The tenancy to be from year to year.,’?
And that the tenant intended and
understood it be such ia surely proved
by his stipulation that he should ho
at liberty.
“ At the determination of the -said tenancy
to carry away all buildings....”
We cannot believe that any of tsn*
ants of Woodbrook would have con*
seuted to that stipulation remaining
part of the agreement had they really
believed that they were actually tona
fide tenants for life, Yet this is
our contemporary's contention. With
regard to the supposed agreement
that so long ss rent bo psid the tenant
has the absolute right in perpetuity
to the occupation of his lot, we pre*
sunie this is based upon the clause
“ Arid the landlord agrees that the tenant
"paying the said rcut shall quietly
hold and enjoy the said premise*.,..
It is not unnatural, perhaps, that to
a lay man, (such as our Contemporary
claim to lie), these words should con convey
vey convey such an erroneous impression ;
but in truth they amount to no more
than what is known in conveyancing
as " a covenant for quiet possession
during the 'period of the tenancy ;’*
A covenant which is renewed monthly
by tbo payment of the $1 rent, and
may be cancelled any month by a do*
fault of 7 daya in such payment Pin*
ally, in order to prove to those who
seem to hold the contrary opinion os
to the stand we have taken in regard
these agreements being but yearly
tenancies, we would refer our con*
temporary to the case quotec, is
â– * Woodfall on Landlord knd Tonint,'*
at page 154 ; where it was held that
"An agreement to let fr-ni ye»t tn
year and for an tong as the tenant paid Am
rent, and ibe landlord had powoc to rent
oonfera no particular eatsts beyond •
yearly tenancy from yaar In year ” {Weod
v Beard, Hi Law Journal, y.B.D , lOOj
And surely the words wo have
italicized above give tbo appearance
of a far stronger case for the tenant
than the Woodbrook agreement W«
contend therefore thst these agree agreements
ments agreements are but common yearly
tenancies, and are liable to determin*
ntiou by six months' notice Clearly
they confer ou the tenant no right
of compensation at luw.for termination;
but on thu other hand they do give
him a right which statute law would not
confer, that of removing all buildinge
That was doubtless considered ample
compensation for any possible hard*
chip in terminating the tenancy. We
do not deny that some hardship folia
on tbo tenant by this notice to quit;
and perhaps even some compensation
may morally be due to him ; but that
is a very different thing from a claim
at law. Wo fear these tenants, like
many other peraons before them,
â– will have to oomfort themsclve* with
the somewhat cold ccuselation that as
they form the minority at Woodbrook
thoy are like minorities everywhere
else, suffering for the good of
the majority.

7



8

STANDARD LIFE ABBORANCS (301,
Stt&bHshcd 1829.
Head os*e Edinburgh, Scotland#
*il A'ncisfi* ~ << »: ,< - £ 1,168,363
Bon'U) hiriart i , «. ,« .. »• .. 8,000,000
,, ~ ~ . .. ~ 9,000,000
Ciaitnt Paid a&xcd ~ ~ ... ~ . • .. I9,CGO,CfIO
Pgisting Amtrancts ~ ... .. .. 34,821,828
MODERATE RATE. ABSOLUTS SECURITY.
Ãœber&l Snmador values after Three Years.
&OAN3 ADVANCED on security of Pc-iiofo; op to SO par tent, of the J»ur J»urrender
render J»urrender value, at 6 per cent, Interest,
IMMEDIATE REDUCTION to boras s htaa during visits to Eurcj e end other
temperate climates.
PROPOSALS ACORPfID end Policies issued In the Wert Indies without
eftrer.oe to Head Office,
OLAIM° PAID {nmedlfttely on prcoi of death and title and Mitlcinent iaade
an? of tbr, Company’! Agenolea.
FOLJUiSS on winch age ia admitted era ucehaffengsabie after Two Yttre.
TAQLbi OP RATSB end all Information may bo obtained on application at
•he OflJce ol tne Oorspauy, Corner of Ofaaoon Street aud Matino Square F-. rt-c !•
Spain.
Offlis Hexra t From 10 to 4. Saturdays 10 to 12.
G. BRUCE AUSTIN,
General Agent and Inspector
&Ml—Bvory year dnoa 1883 the New linages* baa exceeded £1,000,000, a result
maintained untoterraptediy for so long a period by no niber offl- * in the
|h« Untied Kingdom. Jbest y**r fer the first Bine on record the N«v Bnstness
ceeded £3,000,000.
LA INTEGEIDAD’
CIGARS AND UGAREIIES FACTOR!
Elaborated with Tobacco Imported Expressly from
Habana & Venezuela.
Our cigars# mada with Ca-ipa and Guansgiuma tobacco, are
EXCELLEN A AND CHEAPi«
We guarantee our Cigarettes to bo tho best iu tho island,
mado of HABANA tobacco, at the very lowest price possible.
—Our motto is GOOD AND QHR Pll Tax them to
Bii SURE op it HI
P* 3 ea:
CIGARS “ BENORITAS" per lUO ... 8 shillings
do '* EBPEOIALKH da ... 10 do
do '• ELEGANTEB’’ do ... 12 do
do •* VICTORIAS” do ... 1U da
CIG&RKI i’ES a dessm packages ... 3 shillings.
Each Puekfige Contains 18 Cigarettes
WHOLESALE. Dih OIJNT IN PROPORTION
PorS'Of»Bp»ln, Tilnldad. lei Bcptembcr, 1900
Almond Walk, No. I D
KAMIKKE .fe MONTES na MIA.
Tho hi or-: ‘iDk iig Machine
the zon-o-phone.
The Scientific American
thinks it ttio most power* c
(qI Machine of the kind, •■UHim.
pre-emiiiently suited lor
Only one *o hand with Me-'
eighteen reacts of the
first class. Others ex-
For priaa and Sterne
*pp>y *o rf^jSP
Ohas. Bylm FITZWII.UAM. â– â– 
i
Bole Agent.
In oaca of (WLOffico. ’

S Dreyfus,
OPTICIAN,
29b FBBDBBICK 81 BEET,
FOR Piesbiopie. Myopia and Astigeia*
Unu in gold, gold filled and
Aluminiuo frame*. Hl x imiasticu of tight
free.
RKKBKBNOKa;
Toito Bpab,-—Trinidad 8.W.1.
October H!th 1900,
I certify that Mr Dr ayfus ha* fitted
ray.’ayea for aetlgnathm ar.d hau gireo
me outiro satlefaetiaiu. I can rro.-mmeLil
him to anyone requiting g'aesiti.
OH 18 F £3OU.MBYKtt.
Road W M Springer, Tae.*ri|ur—
Bifocal Qlssros
W L Bunyon Ktq, Han Fernando-
Bifocal Glasses
â– %
This is tha flmttmw tail
REMEMBER
MX
Always provide for your enppHfs
Funny Article*, Pr/uawy, Soaps,
Cards of evrry i»i
English, French an«i Spr.nhh wLh
V/evr», Pho'oe of y ur*elf cr Obi -
drea for bo nr.; °dl «bror,d.
CALL AT . . LLiL ,
fixcehi r f:\udio »..d
Central Art btore.
la Biucawiefc nd 1r« *,rick bt

TH» PORT OF SPAIN GAZmi. TUESDAY DECEMBER 4. 1900.

FOR SALE
TIB P].'" tin I 1 lUS'.-r/ V" soil
" PAHADTE ’, (jest lire tuiouie*
drive f tn the Tsofttiguii Railway Sta*
tier), aitu to in the Ward rs Tiontlgur,
ono of Cto bovl bhdi in tho IsiHnd.
> ho un 'crafgt t*d wll* give authority to
li3»r« '. or »!.y faction’ •*» r\rt in thia
adv'orilsrmont and which may lores,
•cn tbly required by ary intending pur puroh»»«",
oh»»«", puroh»»«",
Offers wl 1 ba ruouir.'d bp *ho tin dec decrly
rly decrly o up t .i t u, tu Bft : urd-y, |l.« Is;h
ihr eubar lext.
Particulars :
Dinalf v- - 1 - 01 ? ‘t 9 ■ im * Jy
j p'ai»te Sugar Plant ocmolate, Good D„vlliui
House.
Ahe ut 1,600 t."D» if Osvoi tu heuds
of farmers'.
LIVE STOCK,
V tied nt ir*r JOO A)
Paradise— Paradiseof
of Paradiseof land,
G od rupp’t r f ttvor glare!. Imporbtu fc
ti it ? yielding ft ’iiega ienl.il. Both
P r i» bri hr! ■’ under the Reid l’iop«:t«
0 , b.ooca. Also the
i
0 l 1 !! i> . • * f ill'4 i i Jtn
tiib t r 1 >•• th* 0 lor> ftth ;«
1* !u- trr. rr.d.r e*V to cu iir*»hu au 1
63 iuh in the ban "a of centraotca
Tbe'o >:ut i.r; IVd t't raer. ,n the e&tete
j ~N Ub N N I r J ILLIKR,
So'i Iter,
4 1 u - * » \ Jrcoo' it.
Fir l of Bps ri.

Christmas Supplies I
Chfietmaa Supplies,
0 —
A large variety of tho usual good things are now being
opened at
BOLAND'S PHARMACY.
French (‘enserves oud French Bon Bone, Dragfos ard Fruits,
French Byrups, Liqaeuxe, Wlneß &o, Pate Grasse, Gouda, Edauo and
Gruyere Cheese, English Hams—superior quality—tho largest and best
assortment ever raoeived.
——oo
Boland’s Pharmacy
LOWER HENRY STREET.
Arrived!
MULES, MULES.
EX S. Si “ GRENADA,”
25 a ARGE t UDIBI **ULES
To be seen at my stables corner of Richmond and Lower
Prince Street.
«3r «3r~TQ~A
~TQ~A «3r~TQ~A LOVER OF TEA
Thare ie r.o mrre .dnlicious
drink. To meet this tho
CITY DRUG STORE
Has a biend of CEYLON TEA Ibe best of Us kind. Just give it a trial
aud you will bo convinced by its exoeUent tsete and flavour.
EUTIi YMOL PASTE, TABLETS & CREAM for tho teeth, breath and
ekiu. This is iha iateßt produoiion of mediosl eo’ence.
BROMO-BODA & BROMO-BELTZER !o quiet your nerves and regulate
your stomach.
MINERAL WATERS—Vichy, Ce’estins and Cranea«GrUie ; Carobana
Hunyadi Janes, Carlsband &n.
GEO. VERSELLES,—Druggist,
NIGHT BELL. 17a Park Street.

m r~r~*
i asso, i asso.
W i b.i •? Nr & ma 11 tj
JUST LANDED
FOR IS AE BY
LUCIEN F. AM BARJ) AND SON,
3, CHARLOTTE STREET.
11th Nov- LOGO

WATSON’S xls
Old Blended
1 GLENLIVRT WHISKY g
"yi - s ) UhD EE •
Sg DC
C- 1
p. 1 1 ia it pura maturod spirit of very superior flavour c«a
1 onjoyß a vory popular position
wharevar ntroduced. cr 1
H Supplied to Leading Hot#!# & Club*
-r3 An n 4t «al cf this bigh-clasa Whisky will certainly «ra
(mi rtttalt hi appteciaUon. Send your orders at once to *r>
die Agents.
-1 LEE LUM & CO.
ca»*
W 4 1 FOBT-OV-BPAIN.
I

wswm,. â– iWWIWiUMW.3a WANTED
ALONZO LLOYD of Fourth Bticel I
Nc> lt>A, Woe .I reck is deatreua of ’
h»rh’£ t raploymant on a direr, ha has .
mo y >e*tn expmiecoa iu diriug. or.d he I
is prepared to pro sa Pt faction to whe- I
. v r givaa him ata^oyaaat.
A YOl MU mrr, a i d S? aequa uted |
1 * irfib Gatniar» French end Du>ch, j
wishes for a ißustlon as Fcrstgu Coriaa' ’
pcnJe t tr a pcalticn ti trust. But rc- !
fort»r.co*>~
Apply Aoglt-Amsrioftii fide', 4 liuusy i
t ah E |

i»—i—i ■ ■■■— mwmmmnmimmmmm
| FOB BALE.
| A CRKOLK BUILT BUGGY
PONY AND HABNEBS.
FCR CASH OR ON MODERATE TERMS-
Apply to
P, BLANO,
No, S 9. East Dry River,
i Duke Street Bridge.

H ‘ ihßh^ ; rijM MB

6i HI6&DOS FRESeO&deBACAfc.AO-flWrff/LS.i VMEDICiiTt
£! centrala Tb*. Sscrm'ula, tic. ft kcAltai*®*—Kletfnaowrite. ’Cfiyj.rtr', • . •• • .i. I * 3 »
noee. FewacMico, Si. iia-x tnr- .--■■rr-nr —1 n1 rm —iierr Iw_r -T -T 1 rum” 1 nrw~ r rr- snnssss' i Trfiw,-^¥ f -»fiilnw ri - n>i t y t V
1 FUViSHiS, UTSS’--iMBT g
M' FEBBfOIIE I
I &iUlilVßtlb and treat treat intoxioaSoM Vy the dtem? I
CHOMIENNK, Bordeaax. » P&i-l cf Spain 1 A. E. Boland
® el PHiLO las BARBAS I
OECOBfUN SU COLOR PRIWIT.VO :
RUBIO - GASTASO NEGRO
Kmplbaudo fe-
EL AQUA SAOOAVA |
Tints Nuevo Irstavtanoo con base exclueivamente vegetal. jr
EMPLEO FACIL - RESULT ADOS INFALI3LE3
E> SACGAVAj v erfumista-Quimico, 22, rue fiOSSini, PARIS P
Dcj-ositos ea POUT OF SPAIN: j\ . K. .POb AND, !&»
7 «n Ck» d« tod.'>* ios Pcrfnrnistas v iviuqurros.

NEW PIANOS
JUST RECEIVED
Several “ STERLING" PIANOS la
black cases, some with 3 pedals
good and cheap.
01 TO PIANOS,
BRINSMEAX) PIANOS
STERLING ORGANS
with 11 atopa for only $50.00
CAM. AT
H. MONCEAUX
Gorucr ol Qcen h Fiedcxlak Streets
JOHN LOGIE
OLOTBIEH 6 OV'I’TEB
Begs io notify his friends and Cue
turners that ha has received a large
and new assortment of
i ae'wr:£-::s3x»m.
Coatings Surges
Ac., Ac.. &C.
to avoid disappointment p;oaa
leavo orders early.
JOHN LOGIE.
''THE mOiIA"
8/U/B9 Marine Sauare.
MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
JBkh November 1900.
Tbinidad.
In the Supreme Ctutfc of Trinidad and
Tobago—Summary JurisdiuUon.
Between
Ramtabal!—Plaintiff
and
Bo ndbco -- Dc f c ndan t.
NOTICE H horrby given tVa* there
wi i bo pin up f--r rale before the
dco. h of the Cut Htu-e in P,ut-i'-
on Satnrdry the Bth thy if
December ISQO&t i 2 o'clock ncor,
ONE COW ANI) t ALP
Si BAOS OF BICE.
Levied upmin the above matter,
DANIEL HART.
Deputy Msitb’l.
Hlirßßß, l'lot ( 888,

Landed To-day
Ex 8. B. 11 Grenada ” from
New York.
EIGHT carefully selected and stylish
Saddle and Draft Horses, via
1 Pair Blsok Mares—beautifully matched
1 Black Mare and Gelding—also a good
match
1 Gray Horse—-good undoi saddle or
draft
1 Dapple Gray Mare—A perfect animal
and gentle.
1 Bay Mare—A stylish animal.
I Bay Mare—A beauty.
The above animals have been selected
by a judge and thus offers au opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to purchasers requiring a really
good horse
To be teen at cur for
ra'o by
HUNTER BEEETEACO.,
6th Oot« 19(9 South Quay.
NOTICE,
THE Immigrant eblp '• Mcy” 1, ft
Calcutta on 6th November for thle
Oolony wltb 605 Immigrants on board.
She may be expected to arrive about the
middle of February.
W H COOMBS,
Protector.
NOTICE.
THE resldouoe of Mr Jonae Wlk'mou
Registrar of Bi:ths and Deaths for
the South eastern Distriot of Pert of
Spain, is removed to No 3, Heurv St.
obliquely oppusila the Grocery of Messrs j
Stephens and Scott

WANTED
FIFTY
BALATA POLES,
From 30 to 40 foet long
by 7 inohea square.
For further particulara apply at
the, Cifbe or at the Work 3 of the
Trinidad Eleotrio Light and Power
Company, Limited.
EUGENE WEHEKIND,
Beoretary.
26th Nov. 1900.
Imy & larUns
MiUAL JAPAN LIQUID
BLACKING
FBODCoaa
A BRILLIANT
AND
LASTING POLISH
Maul*jr Dresßing for Brown Boots acd
Shoo', will cieaa ar.d remove‘slalra wit b
cut etwhenieg the Ler.thsr "
®aa
polish is Waterproof
Will not nc jsoil.the olothieg.
mm\l
Sole 4ger.k
Bull Bog Ale

BULL DOG STOUT
The Perfection of
Bottled Beers,
To be obtained of all the
Principal Dealers,
NOTICE,
THU bailer mxt to the Union Olub is
called Antonio Ferreira and not Jobn
Oliviers,
FOR BENT.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.
THU premises lately known as the Red
Boot Store P; Vincent & Co, Frc«
detick Street, For particulars,
Apply to
PROTHKKOE,
Telephone 219,
lst-Decr, 1900—lw,
CAUTION.
1 HEREBY caution the public against
I the ilVJcirgs of oertain pedlars wbo
sell Chcco!at*\ falsely rtproeeutiug same
to be my manufscturc.
All Chocolate made by me is gold only
at my residence No 1 Kent Street.
OH AS. Ul la B ASTI UK.

BARGAINS
IN
Watches & Jewellery
THE undorrigned bogs to Idao bit
1 numerous friends sed Caitomen
that he has just opened up hb first
consignment of
CHRISTMAS GOODS
rmonget which Is a splendid lot es
OHEAP WATOHES.
Worth double the puces st which they
are marked.
JEWELLERY! JEWELLERY!!
Ucmpmlcg Gantiemou’s Gold and Silver
Albert Chides. Ladies Quean Ohslcs,
Gold and Silver Chains, Gold Ism
Safety Pins. Brooches, Earrisfe, Finger
Rings, Bracelets.
ELECTRO PLATED WABB-Silw
Souvenir, Tta Spoons, Scldleiß of tbs
Queeo, quite a novelty, and ncaenbb
other orticles marked down at price*te
defy O:mpetition—Call early therefore
if you wkh io uecure acms cf te
Excep'.ijnal Bargain*,
J, ADHEMAB PEBEZ,
Welch Maker A Jeweller.
Corner t f Quean & Frederick Streep
Port-of-Spain—Oppceite W. 0 KQ3S
& CO.
NOTICE.
NOT OE .Is hereby given Sbst Hm
partnership business oarrlsd ca up
to this day between Ju!i»n Henry
Archer, O'eroont Frsnois Ceve »W
Albert Cory Davies uudeiths *
firm i f Julian H. Abohis A 00, “»
been cisoived as from this daj; end SMi j
the sama will be carried on bf tb**~
Julian HoDry Aroher and Albert bod
Davies under the seme style or kb ®
Julian Q. Ahcheb & 00,
Dated at Port-of-Spain, 16th »0"*”
her, 1900.
JULIAN H, ABOHBB *OO *OO
- *OO SALE VEBY CHEAP
mt-Nfi Lane’s Low Bod Patent Lw* jg
W Okulm Saw MiU with Csnte 1
eet long *nd Patent 54 'a 1
One 24 inch Double BvttM* »J|
Placer ana Matcher, Circoj _ f
Steel Liro bhaft and , |W i I
Belting and other Mmci Matbiw , » M I
-.pplli-r oe« for (j.oolo Lumber. j
Kffi.-ier.t j.s regards ‘^ a |U I 1
ilear.
and Ooe-.-.»n:« Moutitof, BsedW •» 1
A {-|-f} to
Da. CHAB. A.
tg *ii I’.aOarkk 8) 9p*»*w
FOB SALE.
AN e'cgar.t American
A row and a flue, strong
Apblyst
Mir. VON BACD®
6 WeiiiDfton W**'
In the matter of 8» Perei r »
in LiauiJ* 4 * 011,
* SECOND and final dM^
A 1/0 i in the i ' ' , btot »tbsf£
dared and is P° w , Q a e«
of the uudi-reigned w ' M
p.., ,1 SP'% ATU , iDCUW.
FOR
A NEWLY finished asfe
M 000 l and heaitby Q l **
dellgtfnl River at to* (rco
Eight minutes w *’ i t „ fatf*
Stall on. Rent mode"*
oulsr. apply to.
B BrM»twt
16s LowerlPri o®* 0 ®*
The
and puhllibed I
Sauvagoreat wM* - If 1
of Bpalu. ™?*£J*Z* + I
ulosticne, Adv» n **"
.eotdvad. f >/l