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Port of Spain gazette

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

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

No. 4,975 VOL. XX.

ADAMSON’S
PROPERTY REGISTER
A. ; ■ »
OFFICES FOB BENT.
OVER the atorea cf Metrra Gerold &
Soherer fsoinr Scuth Qnay and
OhtooD Street; Vity cool and sirj ;
oco anitable for a OoEaul’a office Rett
very cheap.
FOB BALE—A BARGAIN.
Beautifully situated Buuaingiot
lo Sweet Briar Read St Olair cor •
Hieing 15,000 tquaro feet—Terms
moderate.
FOR BENT,
Melville cottage now occupied
by Thos. Boyd Eeq.. corner of
Olareuoa and Barrack Streets—Fearer Streets—Fearer•ion
•ion Streets—Fearer•ion 15|h Peer-, 1900.
FOR KENT.
POTTAGE situate at corner of t ircular
" Road and Daroeul'a Lane Belmont,
omprlaing Drawing, Dloirg nd 8 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, front and aide gallerie*. stable
awommodation aid usual out offices,
lanadiata poeteiricn.
t —:
- ••
. .WANTED, ’
r ' .â– 
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z**mIGZZZ3 —: ’•
t y r „n n l' —”• '
A r?. GD * ,oa ‘ ,!> ~7 *b°ut thro*, Ledrooma and usual
s woes and atslh?-. About *49 or
ED par month.

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I
Jtessstf.
N OUR
SPECIMENS
OF
*" S *AKITK TOMBSTONES,
CALL At
I TO.' *
I '****
I IT j
_ OUR Bueircas method 1
® \ to pcibister t!y pester and H
|| 1 rtT a press jcu io buy articles 3
E. 111/ 1 i ro possible uso to I
_ ■ 1A ■ /K-Jr yu— simply fer the (take 3
Bt | i of cur Clerks me king a H
ffk. k l || goed '* S»lb" because we
MV f| Jg consider it a TREMENDOUS? â– 
gj J* fV || NUISANCE. Wo detest such
H & 3 if fco'ish practice We have to do it |
jg 1 3gj ¥ in moderation Veoau-e it is business 111
â–  1 Mr I but we do not want (and it bra â– 
g r I never been our praotlce) to have
II I / f cur easterners to often wonder why â– 
g M Mi I they era being pressed to buy Goods M
I M I I offered in preference to what they ||
g M M \lf bavn asked for simply to make a
■ mm If “ Side.” This we are proud to U
g Mi II state has Ee ’ er ha PF eEe jp m m \ a store, When we offer en artiolo at p
g g.# i I I reduced price—we do not offer old m
Mit I I stock or rubbish (as sbep worn good* M
yj §l3 If acd cJd Btcck arft t!eated under
m il I I another beading) wbat we offer sie â– 
g ?ij3K\ fj ||§g. ! I bright new goodß—no olouded G!sss» g
IMMcriu ware a t 5 per cent, abere cost B
m which can never be made bright and
are a disappointment. Our efferirgs B
Ig no gonulne—STAßTLlNG—boo6ute they appear impeseibie when oom oom!■
!â–  oom!â–  with prices charged by ethers.
I A LARGE SBIPMENT OF g
â–  CROCKERY WARE TO HAND I
r ' :
B I > Dishes, Plates, Soup Tureens* Cups and Saucers, Mu»s : Salad Bowls etc. FJ
p o'o. and nil marked at our uiual low pricor,
gj A GRAND DISPLAY OF GLASSWARE in plain and eiqu'eho Gold
G aes just wbat you need for the ccmlcg Holiday Season,
â–  â– 
H ——— :o: p
TOYS. TOYS. TOYS. DOLL?, DOLLS.
â–  B
g BIRTHDAY PRESENTS; XM*6 PRESENTS',
1 NEW YEAR PRESENTS XMAS CARDS, fe
NEW YEAR CM EDS,
g and a large assortment cf Household Artiolee. g
B Cop 4i Varnish. Enamel Pain s, and Turpentine- B
â–  ALL GOING OBEAP AT 1
2 IHE 64 BEBAMI ” |
■ GEORGE Da GAMA & Co §
m No. 6, Frederick Street.
illiitilHilililKllli. BiilllttH!liliiili!iiliHi!iiiißllH!nW!rtiiMiHißi3lili&fif. : !ii^yiliMl!i!!}HHiiitlfliiilliißliilllHi!!liiililillilSi

The largest Baesfit Society in the West Indies
The Sunbeam Benefit Society, Ltd.
You may luffer from ILLNESS,
You may meet with and ACCIDENT,
an you must (ace DEATH.
Policies giving protection in these different circumatauoes are issued by the
Society, st a weekly premium of SIX CENTS and Upwards,
Spocial policies to Profession. I men, Clerks and others insufing £2 10 0 weekly
lu coso cf Illness or Accident, £25 at Dasth.
Ptuont raiding in t/u Country dittricU having no local agvnt are invited to
ccrrvtpond with the Society.
Interest paid Annually to all Policy hoidars not baring drawn benefits during
the preceding twelve months.
Over 8000 claims have been paid In Trinidad.
Every Informed!; a afforded to those desiring to beoome Policy holders,
A. HANSON,- Secretary A Manager,
NOTE—Tho Gociety is always employ capable, heneet and Industrious
men as Agents,

national
Itßli kttmmiAl
OF IRELAND
Bnißuißao.... 1838
Capital ~ —£1,000,000
Fords (over) ... ... 600,000
t
Hiad Office—3 College Qreeu, Dublin
The undersigned having boon
appointed Agknt and Attohnky for
the FIRE DEPARTMENT, is pre prepared
pared prepared to accept Bisks at Current
Rates.
FRED E. BGOTT,
4, St Vincent Bt., Po't-of-Bpain.
Telephone- 126
FOB BALE-A BARGAIN.
One Soda Machine
By a CHAPEIXk
Complete and in good working order
Apply et 19 Upper Priase Bt

YOU GAN GET
HIGH-OLABB
Portraiture
DORS AC CHS
UP-TO-DATE PHOTO GALLERY,
44 CHARLOTTE BTBEJST—Port BTBEJST—Portot-Spaln.
ot-Spaln. BTBEJST—Portot-Spaln.
A* A' GEOFROYt
N. B—The Elect, ic Train Om drops
yon et the cntrauce
FOB SALS
A COTTAGE on Belmont Olrtultr
with nil ooorenienoM for s family,
FOR RENT,
A SmnM Octtago oo( Eeoalllcr Lends
A. M CAMPS,
mh Nov,

TRINIDAD, FRiilAi DfiCEMBFR 7; 16

TRINIDAD
»' .
Building and Loan Agsocl^ion.
No. Si MARINE SQUARE, Bf,
| PAN Meetings will be hold in. the
*â– " Office < f the Association c the : ?#t
TUESDAY cf tres;,’ mot th to v*C“.-ve
W!s for
LOANS ON PROPERTIES,
Ac fix t! be rate of premiums.
LOANS ON SHAKES
May be sppli&d icx end granted t 3
irumbore at any iiino without above
formality at 8 per cent internet per
annum, without premium.
B’or further partiaulars apply f.o tho
undersigned, at the office, between tfce
hours cl 8 a.ca. and 4 p-m,
ALEX. F MATHItiON,
Becrefcary and Troaeurer.
THE
CO-OPERATIVE ICE DEPOT,
! ast (Dry Eivfr, Quariy Ht,
Ice at aii Moms
lc, PER POUND,
Sold by
A- GONZALES.
:T'_
Blended Tea 8 ; per pkte, »►
• r . Oetron l eal, Jam*, Fruits in >~o
Byrup O
a BitouiU’, Potted Meats, |U
St, Ju ion Wine. Bt, Ke!eph4 co
cm and Viu Gravoe, York Hams, ®
Roast Mutton, Boiled Beef,
Oysters, Salm’D, Kippered £
Herrings
i/' Herrings a la Sardines, Petite *»
m Bois, EL
L 4, Haricots. Verts, Beet Boot, S
iXi Carrots, j
Gspers, Olivos, Pickles White ?
b" end Blac k Popper %j:
IX, w
J Z3 ALSO] !â–º
O j/j
_ Garfield Tea, Female Oonootive {â–º
S Herb r
ro HerLals Smoking Mixture, Coos
gs Kola Wine M
m Wsmpole’s Beef, Iron and Wine
as Wsmpole sO. L. Oil
M Scott Emulsion and Kepler OL
05 Oil with malt extract, “
AT
F, A. BKUNTON,
Druggist.
Cor. of IV k & Charlotte Strs.
Port of Spain,
THE
People’s Pharmacy.
ST. ANN’B ROAD.
Just the place where your prescrip prescriptions
tions prescriptions will be soourately dispensed
by a competent licensed druggist
with the purest and freshest drugs
25 per cent, cheaper than elsewhere.
Now don’t (ail to take advantage of
Ibis and bring in your prescriptions.
FRK H SHIPMENTS OF
DRUGS & CHEMICALS
Received every month.
Just receited per # "• * Ocamo *'
Canadian Heating Oil, Canadian
Pain Destroyer, Hollowav’s Corn
Cure, Bickle’s Fyrup &c. We always
keep in stock a large assortment of
Toilet Requisites at prices whioh
defy ccmpe»i‘.lcn. We expect shortly
a large and varied shipment of
Groceries for the coming Cbrietmae
Season whioh we will dispose of at
our usual cheap rata
THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY
St. Ann's Road,
84.11-1800.

Simply Startling
Mb, SKEOOH baa surpassed himself
in buying this year all kinds o!
NOVELTIES
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
At prices never before offered to the
TRINIDAD PUBLIC.
■1—.■....,.1000-
Beautiiu 1 Kercmsed Sateens.
Regular 300. goods at 120.
WHITE MDSLINS and Piques at less than original ocst; all shades iu
SILKS, BATINS & RIBBONS,
WyirtOwlusilius,
~*N
HATS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS iu galore.
PARASOLS, PARASOLS, PARASOLS.
Large Centre Carpets, Sofa Rugs. &a Laoes, Insertions,
Cambric and Muslin Embroideries, Linens, Cottons, Sheet Sheetings,
ings, Sheetings, Drills, Prints, Serges, Tweeds, Coatings, Flannels, eta
EVERYTHING CHEAPEST IN THE IE LAND.
skeochT& CO.
Tublic Benefactors and Friends of the Boor.
mi it— mmmmi mmmammm 'imi n i—n iminiii ii si.m«ti—w-w-insnwar w-r/HMtrnnsMmxarmemKmtmmmmmaiimmmhMmr* wan
Sews if the Industrious.
LAND FOB BENT CHEAP.
The Estate known as Laventilla
Situated about ono and a Shall mile from the
City, and comprising over
800 ACRES OF MOST FERTILE LAND,
(ALL: FACING ST. JUAN’S ROAD)
Will out in lota 100 feet x 60 feet. Tbeee lands are now planted In
oooonuta, fruit treoe of all doioriptiou and para and guinea grata. An opportunity
la now offerad the In.luatrioua man or woman to obtain at a oboap rental lota of
land which may be converted iuto paying vegetable garden* and email homea thereon.
For further particulate apply to
F. A. A.ZA,—Bruns«vick Square,
17th July, 1900.

COGONUTB BOUGHT
Fully ripe and sound Cocoa*
nuts bought at
THK TRINIDAD OIL FACTORY
ON IHI
LA BASSE .
t££T CASH ON DELIVERY
0-0 TO
Ross's Warehouse
KING SIIiKJBT
FOB -
Bargains

in Chums
—AND— —ANDGODLEN
GODLEN —ANDGODLEN FLEECE
TOBACCOS.
Art nuw "exceptionally good, »nd
wit! continue to be so.
BOTH BRANDS OF TOBACCO
are now put np in 8 oa. tins,
in addition to the usual i oa.
tins that they have hithortc'
fcreo paoked in.
Give the 2 o». Tint a trial ",
yuu mil like thm

DAILY 2 OENiS

Wa Cara
For Quality
BUT, AS A BUYER
YOU CARS
FOR PRICE,
-IN-
V'ivorley Bicycles
Yon taro a a Habitation of both.
Those we ora clearing out 0» term*
which bring them within the range of a
very
HANDSOME CHRISTMAS PRESENT
at amall cost. Now is juur time to treat
Wife. Sweetheart or Daughter.
aad put thou .u good humour
for the whole of the coming
Century.
YOU'LL BUY (KINGS GHEAP
AT
Arnott, Lambie & Co.,
Old Hank Building, 50, King St.
Telephone U>d.
•W *" » ! |— 11>r ri ri ! numiLUJ—
NOTICES
TENDERS,
Fur apply i..y We Immigration Depot,
Mae Man ia with tenter during the
year 1801.
DaThl of advertisement in Ucyil
G’Z.to 17’b November 1900.
Dito f f■•Mi f« Tundra, noon or.
Thursday SO i. L ooiimuer 1000. Term*
and cun ilk u« of Cunferaot ear. be ob obtained
tained obtained Immigrant*
suburban water rates;
Belmont and Woodbrook
1900—1931.
'Y| HE abovo BATES are n.w payable
â–  at the Qolordai Treasury and will bo
reooived until the Slat Deaomber 1900.
after which date thoaa remaining unpaid
will bo hanOod over to the Martha! for
collection.
DAVID B. HORBFORD,
Boot ivor General.
Beoiivor Usuerni’s Office,
sth November, 1900.
NOTICE.
Government Gulf ijteamert,
FROM and after Saturday the Bth
in-tant until further notice, durlrg
the laying up of one of the Government
Quit Steamers, the Saturday morning
to the Islands all b> discontinued-
Tbu tug boat "Uaionl” will hewevet run
the aiceruoou »cu?e leaving Fort of
Spain each Saturday at Ipm. and
carrying oat the Time Table as far aa
pcaaible.
J B SAUNDERS,
Harb or Master.
tith Deer, 1900.
TENDERS.
tiiqyply of Coal for was of the Government
Steamers Vana and lore and the
Steam Launch.
DATE of adverUacmaat in Royal
Gr Bette giving term* and oouditlona
of contract, 4th December, 1900. Date
for receiving lenders, noou on Thursday
Olat January, 19QI, Amount ct vecurily
moo.
NOTICE.
PEUSUNS desireu* ol applying for
Indian Immigrant* to arrtra daring
the ao»out! 19011908, am requested to
mmm. in such application* before the
JfTday of M»:ob, 1901. The form «f
Application e* aanotfonml by the
Governor ie published In tue Royal
Gsaatte of iftted August. 1900, and
copies cf atroh form can be obtained at
the Immigration Offiue U required.
VU COOMBS
Commander, R.N.,
Protector of Inunigrani».
iat Door., 1900.



2

Sehoener & Go’s
LUMBER YARD
NOW LANDING
*EX SCHOONER TRADER
» OM LIVERPOOL, |N,B.
95,000 F., , WHITE PINE BOARD
27,000 SPRUCE BOARDS
122,000 ,
Which we offer as usual. Also a large lot of
BAKBAI OS WHITE; LIME.
SOHOENER & CO’S
Lumber Yard,
. Opposite Railway Station.
THE
*
Easy Hire-Pifchse System.
Not; the so-called easy system, mark
you, but a bona file easy system.
CLOCKS. ELECTRO-PLATE,
Watches, Swing Chairs,
HICYGX.ES.
f Bold upon a system that is easy to approved parties.
For Household Goods, Adornments&c.
First ocnaalt only the
G osmopolitanSpecialty Company,
J. L. STEELE,
28, Queen Street.
Piano Warehouse.
Pfe - :aa«BMy Pinnos I
j| rianus /
•ojes, TloKas. abimUnw, Snd; aleV Hi. tlx* 1« m» Datee
•ad Vcoßi Music.;*
Ih# fln«st »nd taM WAUHOUBfI in the West Indies, solely devoted
to the interests of the musical community.
TUNING AND REPAIRING—A SPECIALITY.
H STRONG —12 Frederick Street.
Photographic Plates
AND
PRINTING OUT PA PEIiS
ALSO
DEVELOPING AGENTS Etc., auoh as

I'yro,
tioda Crystals
Soda Sulphite
Pure Nitric Acid
Qulnol
Uaoitic Soda
Ammonia Solution 880

—o—
Baoka for PIIARMACE UTIOAL BTUDHINTS, Ides) editions.
THE BRITISH PHARMACOPOEIA 1898
Squire a Uomp tniou to tho Brill ih Ph arm scopes is, The Extra Phar Phar•pceia:
•pceia: Phar•pceia: Alartmdale and WostcoM.
AT
JdtfE JE» V* *£(i y A Jg .ja VJf *A

IHI PORT OF SPAIN ftAZBTTg FAIDAY. DECEMBER 7 1900

Alum
Potassium Oxalate
Ilypo
Arntnonium Bromide
Poles Carbonate
Uholoride of Qoldj
Ammonium Sulphooyanide etc.

drum's xv&amti’irm’O
Fresh Shipment of
‘APOLLO' BEER
In Cases of 4 Doz. Qrts & 7 Doz Pts
FOR BALE BY
SCHOENER & CO.
Sole Agents.
SOUTH QUAY.
rWE HAVE GOT LEATHER TO SELL
And we mean to sell it to. We have
always sold JZATREIi and the more
we sell the more we want to sell.
Wo now beg to let the pnblio know that we are continually receiving
both from Europe and America fresh shipments of
*7' LLnlrliLri
WE LOO IN THIS UHi.
and which make the fineat assortment ever shown
in Trinidad.—TO SEE IS TO BUY.
GONZALS3 BROTHBES'
Is thh Right Sroaa won Leathkh,
SHOE-MAKERS, SADDLERS, BOOK-BINDERS.
We haveJLKATHER of every kind to suit you. Leather for Upperi>. Loatherfifor
Soles. Leather for Linirg, Lather for Slippers. Leather for Fancy Work.
Leather f r Belta.
LEATHER FOR HARNESS, LEATHER FOR CARRIAGES.
In fact great var>e?if>fl of LEATHER are to be found at GONZALES’
Everyone who deals io L-ather or makes up leather in acy form are invitod
to or.il and see the NOVELTIES IN LEATHER now displayed at our Store,
85, Frederick Street,
REMEMBER! GONZALES FOR LEATHER.
BX BARQUE
“ SAYRE”
FROM NEW YORK.

225 Bri* Bakers' FLOUK:
100 brls Jones' Superlative
26 do Supreme
100 do Gold Medal
1.1C3 bih No. 1 EXTRA FLOUR:
600 brls Knbks’.hockor
250 do Bt Lawrence
268 do Endeavor
2.644 brls No. 2 EXTRA FLOUR:
760 bile West India Bello
1,499 do Hewer's Ai
895 do In lan Quean
200 BBs Make
8(X) do Bread—H?rria'
60 do Checkers do
270 do Split Peas
500 Bogs Yellow Corn
100 do Bran— 56 lbs,
1,090 do Oilmeii —Gibb’s
2.0C0 do Heavy Whbe Oatmdiau Oats
200 Brio North’s Clear Pork Backs—
Gn be

Al.no
111,937 ft. Kongo W P. BOARDS
81.070 „ Dressed do do G & T Planed 2 Sides
25,720,, do do do Planed 2 Sides and 2 edge*-’
FORSSALE.BT
JULIAN H. ARCH Eli ds Co
Part-ef-Bpr.ip, South Quay.

DBMTAL PPLCUB.
Kt, 11 Frrdtrieh Sttut,oppmt* Mr.
JJjvywy’i Grew}.
Vni'reri Vo, let.
DR. C. H. DALY, DD.g.
Extraction of Te»th and otboi opora«
Mi ns Iwrf jsmoit without p«ln by
approved
I Anassthctig System.
Personally selected Tooth f«r irtlfioia)
Denture*, (Hold aid Biiver Stoppings
guaranteed and at
REASONABLE PRICES,
SALE FOR TUESDAY THE ISth
DECEMBER 11)00'
I )ÃœBLIO NOTICE is hereby given that
* unuor and by virtue of the Statutory
Power cf Sale cetferrcd upon Mortgagees
by the Conveyancing and Law of Pro Protei
tei Protei ty Or !iu«uo e 1881 and by virtue ts
Deed deted attb Ja* uary 1888 Registered
as No 187 Protocol of Deeds for that year
and made between Angela Negord of the
coo part (skcs docoasodj and Hairet
Eckstein (also since deoeasod)of the other
part, there will be put up for sale by
Public Auotiou by tha undersigned at the
Msrt No. r J St, Vlnoeut Street Port-of-
Speiu on Tuesday the 18ch December
1900 between the h.urs if mo end two
of the oleck in the afternoon.
All aud Singular.tbvt oertaiu parcel of
land aud the muetnsgo thereon knewu as
lot No. 188 Ousnspo street In tho Town
ol Arira* and abutting on the Ncitb u|k>d
a lot if land belonging to one Alexander
Noo’, South ou Qusnapo Etiout. E .»t on
a Id ts laud bclocgij g to one Jean
Pierie ard on Use West on hnde
1> tnly cl ono Leon Centeno hut new be beh
h beh nging to ono George J&ik or howsoever
the Sami sn*y be tu*t«d or bounded
together with the eppuneneneee thereto
belonging.
Dated tbi« 13th dsy of November UKO,
(«|d) FRED, Km. BQOTT,
AuOiicueet

! 16 brls do Narrow Salt Spare
Ribs
10 do do Pigatails
60 hli brio F'amily Beef—Hahtead
& Go.
50 do do do do —Turtle Bay
50 Cssea Pu> e L »rd—4-251b tins
O R & Oc Oc-20
-20 Oc-20 do do do —2O-51 a tins— tins-0
-0 tins-0 R & Co
23 do co —l-25 lb tine—
Ivcry
63 do do -4-25 lb tins—
Etar
103 do Salmon—Alaska
1 500 do Korosiue OH—Hcmel'ght— OH—Hcmel'ght-150?
-150? OH—Hcmel'ght-150? Test
4 do Scales—4oo lbs each
4 do do —6OO lbs do
2 do do —BOO ibn da
2 do do —I,OOO lbs do
9 do Wrapper Tobacoo—2oo lbs ea

! Revolver Stout
i
Revolver Stout.
i
Not only the most stimulating, but
also the most nourishing STOUT,
gold on this Market-
Brewed in Scotland from the purest
Malt & Hops only, and matured in
Wood for 18 months to 2 years
before being bottled
tkware of Imitations
AS* FOK
REVOLVER BTOUT
AND SEE THAT YOU’GET IT.
Many Spurious snd Worthless
inliations 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 Stout in bottles
bearing the " Revolver Stout” label
and selling same as the genuine
article, and a fine of XlO or two
mouths imprisonment was indicted.
NOTICE.
A REWARD OP SIOO
will be paid to anyone giving such
information as will lead to the con conviotion
viotion conviotion of any person or persons,
bottling off’ interior rubbish, and
palming off eame on the public as
" Revolver Stout."
" Revolver Btout” can be ob obtained
tained obtained in barrels contsinmg 7 doz
I’iuts or 4 dcz. Quarts, from all
Dealers, and by retail of all respect respectable
able respectable Bln pkeepeis, or Wholesale of
BUST, TROWBRIDGE A OO ,
Sole Agents for Trinidad.
Cbanon Steeet,
12th Novr., 1900

THE
Trinidad Brewery Co. Limited.
THEWIo™,! i« the QoTersijoeot Aoaiyet’e report opoo CANNON
STOUT :— 11 This sample has an or! of GOOD QUALITY, PURE and WHOLESOME.”
After careful tests it was decided to use only GANNON STOUT al th
Medical and o ber Government Institutions, and the Tenders for 1901
oalled for nothing eh*.
CANNON STOUT is sold in barrels of 7 dozen pints at $5 50 or in
handy boxes of 3 dcz?n pints at $2 70. These can h Hatey & Co., Haynes & 00., E H. Bapssy, E. Tripp & Co; J. F. Beis
and Standard Groeery or through any dealer.
The Company is also putting on the market an extra, well matured
Stout oalled IMPERIAL STOUT a* $6 per case of 7 dezsn. Bpeoially
recommended for family use.
THE TRINIDAD BREWERY 00. LIMITED.
MaeKenzie and Kirton,
GENERAL OOMMIBBION & EBTATEB AGENTB,
Have just received and offer for
sale a fresh shipment of
HOSTER’S WIENER BEER
Also another lot of our
AMERICAN ROAD CARTS
Os strong make, and
ONE FOUR-SEATED ENGLISH IBOQ PART.
Nestle’s Milk
THE RICHEST IN CREAM-
oo
Babies Thrive on it.
ONE UNIFORM QUALITY.
THAT QUALITY THE BEST-
Why not ask your Grocer for NestJe’s and insist onjgetting
it. It oosts no more ard is the best.
They Come, They Come.
Out leojud shipment of
Christmas Goods
Hae just been received including
ENGLISH HAMS, CHEESE,
SACSAGB3, POTTED MEATS.
Piok!e« f DaUt, Raisint, &3., &o.
The ONLT CHRISTMAS ending a Century which we
will seo, therefore spend a BIGHT ROYAL QBIBTMAB
by baying yonr Gooda at
THE ROYAL PHARMACY,
[4l, Charlctte Street.
PBIOEB TO SUIT THE TIMES.

lorn Applies, Xmas Applies
FOR THE
Trinidad Pharmacy
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT EX 8.M.8. THIS WEEK.
FRESH SAUCIBBONS
_A.isrxz) l yoire.
FAMOUS CHAMPAGNE ‘LB FOURNIER JEUNE'-DOUX S SEC
- ALSO -
CHAMPAGNES IN BABKTEB
Bpeeially imported for Wholesale Customers.
Bordeaux Wines, .Rhine Wines, Liqueurs assorted and other
Xmas Delicacies.
Wbo’esa Bayers Gill early and secure your Supplies by applying to
GEORGE C. DIBFFEfI THALLER,
Manager. ’

THE - i
Proihee
Exchange
3b, MARINE SQUABS,
POET OF.SPAIN.
ALL AUCTION BAIEB
AT 1 F-As.
UNLEBB OTHERWISE AOYEHIBEO,
THE undersigned has been Instructed
â–  to sail by Public Auction sll goods
as advertised below for the benefit of tbs
P“**" “ no ? rcod - In all cases the tsnoi
*s* due “d 'payable on tha Ml
cf the Hammer,
AUCTION SALE
~(V ~(V---FANCY
--FANCY ~(V---FANCY XMAS GOODS,
ELECTRO - PLATED WARE (all
new Goods)
On Friday, Deor. 7th 1900,
AT 1 P.M.
At "he Saleroom of the Prcduos Ex Exchange.
change. Exchange. On view 6th end 6th Dm.
This sale will be from 1 to 3 p.m,
THREE Matting Bamboo Tea Tsblsc,
Japanese Bamboo Tes Tables,
Japanese Fancy Tables, Bamboo Tripod
Plant Stands with Vssev, Orerasotlw
with mirrors, Fanoy Plant Stand wM>
large vasev, Bamboo Wall Bnoktfi.
Bamboo Whatnots, Vases. Baits sad
Fanoy Blinds, Tea Set—lmperil!; Tss
Set—Rcseberry
ELEOTRCF PLATE - Crusts (B.e.k
fast), ('ream and Sugar Stands, Oiks
Tray (hand painted Worcester Wars),
Butter Dishes—Crystal in E P Prims,
Jelly Dishes de do do
D’ble Jelly Dishes do do do
Sardine Server do do do
Dining Oruete (6 bottles), Fancy Hud
Painted Porcelain Pepper Castors,
Woroestor Ware, Hand»painted Biscuit
Jar, 1 Case Flab Knives and Forks-sst
of six In oak oeae, 1 case Fish KniTM
and Forks—set of six in oak oaas.
Teems Cash 1

J RUBSBLL»MUBBAI.
AFCXIOS SAIi!
OF— OFPALMS
PALMS OFPALMS
-AND-
Ornamental Plants
ON -
Thursday, Dsc. 13th 1800,
Al Ibe Saleroom of the F rodcß#
Exchange.
nHE undersigned &*â–  re pjj[j|
JL inslruotlons to eell by
Auotion a fine collection d
Potted Pluto-
Table Palms Veraada
Garden Palms o L * wa p Jf‘“
Drawing Boom P» lml
ORCHIDS.
PhaelODOpil* obll,e^Jf l
Deodrobiuo. Sup. (rfl
do Pasiibo
do Aggregetn®
S. ***s&»
d 0 Debouiiantt*
5° F.mbrlaW*
o*b£ «**r
S2T. BSs
t.*oool*binm
Tibmi Gash !l
j. bussbli-mub^,
Produce Broker and



TOYS, GAMES.
DOLLS-(DBESSKD AND UNDRESSED.)
Musical Boxes, Chi nose Lanterns.
CHILDRENS’ SWINGS AND SWINGING CHAIRS.
Whittles Qu.'trcs \
Flutes Guitars
Flageolets Violins We hove those instrumauts as tcje we eon
Picoolcs Concert lass also show the real high class musical instru-
Flfes Molodeoes merit at a low price.
Drums Tambouioes
Auto Harps. ,
Childrens' Bicycles and Tricycles, Ouckco and Musical Clocks, Dolls Perambulators v.i'li Leather
Hoods and Rubber Tyres, Dolls go Carts—Rocking Horses several sizes, Dolls Trunks Sited with
Trousseau, Garden Se's, Sailing Boats 6a and upwards,
-
CRICKETING GOODS A lice new stock Ico'adlng several ecva'llos,
2 only left of Young Ladies Writing Desks to suit Misses from 8 to 13 years old
Footballs, Tennis Balls, Rubber Balls, Ohilnem Ruinator Playing hor c ea in Leather with 3 large
bells only 60c eocb. Our Show gats mera interesting etch week eo we ra-r Xmas—you set
the best selection by coming early to
THIt! BO:CSJ'y\.ITZ A â– 
BUY YOUR
XMAS DRY GOODS
BOOTS A SHOES, PARIS MILINERY, TO Ye, GAMES & FANCY GOODS
At The -
BONANZA
Immense Stooke, Novelties in ail Departments Loweßt Pricer, Reliable GOODS.
SMITH B*o6. AMD GOMPW
DECEMBER 1900.

ICJS ESTABLISHMENT
48 King Street?
CL. & €>», Proprietors.
mmmmmmmi mu ■■in (j f) ■■■ ■ , •-**.*«*■«■
AT THIS OLD & WELL KAOWN ESTABLISHMENT
YOU OA E GET :
GROCERIES, WINES, i (QUORS OF ALL KINDS
Meat of the finest quality, to (ur regular customers only,
it is not sold for cash.
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, Liquor and Hardware from
No. 47 to our own No. 48, whore it is more compact and hotter
displayed, and we will be glad if all oar customers and the general
Public Gil inspect same at their convenience.
C x*. gate Cho Choice
ice Choice establishment.
9tb Novr., 1900-
DAVIDSON & TODD
THE TRINIDAD ARCADE.
♦ »<■
CHRISTMAS TOYS * CARDS
Christm as Presents.
■ -.l—oo
We have just received by Mail cur
Christmas Supply of Jewellery,
This comprises the most recent designs iu Artistic Jewellery
to be had anywhere. Gem Bings, Curb Bracelets, Brooches,
Btnda, Links, Scarf Pins. Anyone wishing to purchase a
handsome present of chaste design at a reasonable rate should
pay us an early call.
Our Stock of Silver and E. P. Ware
Has been greatly augmented for this season’s trade and every
article has been marked specially low.
OUR STOCK OF
Xmas Cards and Toys
Li generally acknowledged to be the finest and [cheapest ever
shown in Trinidad Single Cards at all p ices, Comic Cards,
Oards with local views, pretty assortment, 1/ each ; Bas
Belief Cards, ohoioe designs, 1/6 to 3/ each ; Packets of Cards,
beautifully assorted in all the latest designs from 6c. to 24c ea.
DAVIDSON” AND TODD
The Arcade,

THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 1900

LOOK OUT
FOR THE
Grand Opening Day
OF THE
QUEEN’S
PARK
CAFE
ON
SATURDAY NEXT,
Bth December.
J. F. Reis & Co.,
ST. ANN’S ROAD,
ROSS’
GREAT BARGAINS
IN KING STREET
Hanging Lamps, Beading I amps, China Cups aud Saucers,
Wash Sets, Large Tumblers, Powder Sets, Wine Hots,
BEDROOM GLOBE LAMPS 21c
Enamelware
OHIiAP.
Tins PAINTS 12c, and VARNISH 15c, ENAMEL PAINT
15c A BRUSHES So.

WE ARE SHOWING THE BEST VALUE
IN
FOOT-WEAR
OF AUL KINDI AND FOR ALL CLASSES.
Go-fe fire Carso** Bouts Styllrb and rrwSbspee.
Black Satie (Jail Boot pointed tccß a first Oltro Dress Boot ~ ~ ~ s‘2 CO
Gents High Class Boot cf O so Oali with cr without toe cap, leather Juk(l .. 6 00
Gent* Wfci’o Buff Boot* good comfortable shape with or without toe cap ~ .. ~ 460
T*n H. S. Boots Pointed toes per pair 2 16
A leader In Boots Is cur hand sawn black calf boot* good shape only , ~ 6a a pair
Ladies Blsck Glove Kid Lice thee fancy white vary noat 64c
A much firer quality at 120
Ladies Laord Shro rs Glace Kid very itfliah will wear well 960
A Better quality iu this lino at 08
A big shipment new coming frrm the Oustcrcs- Visit cur BOOT STORE »He week,
THE BO>T A3SJ Z A.,
Now Showing in the BOOT STORE-
A NEW SHIPMENT OF
Crawford Bicycles
Yea require no letter Wheal, tesutifully IL,Tchad e.ud enamelled in Black, Gieon and G:etmt with
Mn ’guards &o. complete—Spot Cash Price SSo,OQ
*r me jb is x m m
For Ladies e::J Gtnit n Good reliable Wheel enamelled plain Block Wooden Mudgarda
fPOT CASH PRICE §20.00.
Monarch Chainless for Ladies & Gents.
GENTS EAGLE MACHINES,
Aluminum, Mudguards and Bims,
A beautifully flubbed light ouy running wheel with the patent qusd stay making a vory strorg
michine tu; ; cl!e for heavy rider.. Our Spot Oath Price |6Q 00

THE LANCASHIRE
I*IBB AKD lIFB
Insurance
Com nan y
CAPITAL Je3.000.000.
Paid up Capital and
Tend 41,540,033
| NSUSANCEB effected
X agaiusfe Jobs or damage by
fire on buildings and contents
of Warehouses, Offioe, Shop
and store premises and Private
Dwellings at moderate rates.
Prompt and Equitable %£'■
nunt of Lotte.- ,
Au£RTB :
SMITH BROS 6: 00
Thb Bonanza.
Port-of-Spa!*
Trinffsd
THE
SCOTTISH UNION
AND
NATIONAL INSURANCE CO.
Every description of Fire Bisks at
Tariff Hates.
ELLIfI (ABELL & 00.,
Agents.
Pori-oLSpain,
lat Deor. 1900.
B. B, - MANZANAKEB.'
OHIPPKR 1 i-n i tb« public uro hereby
O ootiti'd that the 8.8 *’Mv senates’
will be withdrawn from «»• vio*» fo.* oletu -
tag and rf'pti?* from the 20th November
to tbe 12 b Decern! .< r, on whiob date »ho
will resume her Ith tttei y by the rkntheru
route,
18th Novrtuber, 19.'0.
LATEST NEWS FROM
ABROAD
By Watt India A Panama Telegraph
(Jo. Limited
New Y ik. Deor, Bth,
London ne*e anruuuuee that the War
Offioe h»* received a deepatob fiom Lord
Kitchener, reporting that Gveral Kuo*
re-vogaged Or uunandaot Dewo. near
Bethulle oa the mitbfitld read on
Tueedey, assisted by Colonel Pilcher.
The enemy fiaelly retreated to the
northwards,
Other news states that altar four days
fighting st Bronkbtrst Spruit to the
Krat of Pretoria, Qoinr.rttudente
Viijoen and Krasmua with * heir force of
25 000 roea are cow corn: !s*4y mr mrroundo
roundo mrroundo >. Tne Beets lost 80 ktli 1 dur during
ing during th« fighttag.
A Durban doepatib ei-uc u eta the
arrival cf Lord Roberta In ?h>< to «ti.
OoctlnenUl news autes that Mr
K'uger leaves Co ojne t .-day for the
Hague.
Intelligence from the Hague states
that the Premier, M Pierson, apes Mug
in the second Chamber, stated that it
was impossible to foresee tb« ptychclo*
gioa! moment when Holland cou d pto ptopo*«
po*« ptopo*« arbitration between England and
the Tranevaal.
Other London news states that tbe
Quean’s speech at the opening of Parlia*
moot was the shortest ever- recorded.
The meeting was, P, stated,summoned for

Blue & Red Bayota de Pellona
For Cobijos in Blue and Red.
TURKEY RED COTTON ALL PRICES-
French Cuts a Grand Lot at 48c. 4
.4
Margarita Hammocks largo sizes a $6. SB, $lO sl2, Pyjama Suite
well mads 900 and upwards, Job lot cf Fancy Colored Piques about
130 pieces st 80, 10c, a yard, Double Width Dress Goods all good and
uew shades splendid value at 150, 18c, 20c, 24c.
FBILLINOB-- A new lot of Novelties in thrss Goods ta white end colors.
TWEED 3 for Lacies Skirts at ~ ~ ~ M (| 21oe‘yas6
Union Shirting in Plain Grey rest stripes and checks for Pyjama Suits &o at 123,160, 200, A 80*
A new Btook of TWItIIDP Ml range of Frioee,
THE BONANZA.
New Dry Go::da now being marked efi will be on show Monday.
INO.UDK THE lOLLOWINQ:-
A lergo shipment cf Embroideries all widths, ell prices, all good valuo
Ladies Straw hats a lovely lot new end Stylish shapes
Milk White Farcy Sailor ship-a Black Bilk Ribbons my stylish
Os RSETG Ai! onr regular make* of white Corsets from 40 cents upwards aaob
vv; rk WC. I O n ro turn A Splendid line of Wel*h Flannel at only 12 cents a yard.
Blue and Grey and Brown Oxfords at (?o a big lot,
Job lot cf Plain at d Fancy Zephyr* these In the ordinary way are worth 180 * 180 selling at So ‘
Vrla. ce Lace Nets at 80, Bc, 10c A ifo a yard
rereltt) Lawus at 120 & 15o—Indian Limon a* . .. 14 All Shades in Meltoi e at 24c a yard—White Lti en Ducks at . 300, 380 A 40c
Corded and Flowered Mueliu very pretty acd now styles ... 120 a yard
Ladies Shot Silk Parasols, Silk Tassel wbirg e crook and plain handle*
these aro the height cf fashion ~ ~ ~ it At.feO
A good Hue at *1 40 with Cherry Wood handle* Block’Parasol* a full range all Pricer—
Cento Umbrellas e big shipment cf our regular value in each price.

the purporo of providing supplies for the
a my. Olher topics, and specially the
discuss; m of Foreign re’aHcr.s are
r>.nerved for the session to be held in
February i.ux?.
Tbe Mall and Express editorially says,
that no mnro infantry will be sent to
South Africa, only mounted men being
required there heroafier
It I* understood that Generals Kell
Kenny and lan Hamilton will aoo mpany
Lord Roberts hcm^.
Telegrr.’cs from Jersey report that the
Channel stoemor Hossgall has foundered
off tiir.l iriaod, o.dy eleven being saved
cut ts forty persons aboard at the time.
8t Petersburg nows announces that
That krglvibg Service* for his rsoovery
have been ordered to be held on the
ninth throughout Kussla.
It is imported that Mr Obnmberlain
designs Instituting a libel suit 'egsrdtag
the allegations of his ocnnoctior. with
firms supplying the Government with
war stares Mr John Bums, M.P, for
R'vtle.sea will, It fs expected call tho
at.e; flon of the Home cf Commons to
this •uFjeo*'.
Despatches from Washington an announce
nounce announce that M- H*y ha* instructed M*
Conger to sign tho Pekin envoy* agree agreement
ment agreement respecting the term* to be asked
from Ghina, It Is understood that the
agreement was modified regarding tho
punishments and tho Indemnity ta bo
demanded acoordlrg to tho views of tbe
Unites Btales, but fn other respects tbe
United Stales accept* tho proposals of
tho Powers, although distasteful.
Othe- Washington news states that
the Beuftto yesterday took up tbe Hay.
Paunoefoto Convention modifying the
Clayton Bnlwsr treaty, tba ratifica ratification
tion ratification of ;bloh must precede tbe
const’ notion of a.i Isthmian Canal
An by Herat'r Davis
permitting the Cnited States to fortify
the Canal according to the Suoa preo*-•
deni, is a pending question.
The USB ‘low«’ end ‘ t’hlladel t’hlladelpliU’
pliU’ t’hlladelpliU’ have. been or lerod to proceed to
Panama,
Copenhagen new* states that tho
Landtlbiog h»a elected a committee of 16
lo examine the taxation reform bills o n.
•faring of 8 MlrJaterUiitta and seven An
tikMinisteriellsts, Tne letter oonrhte of
four of the Left Party and three Inde Independent
pendent Independent Conservatives The Anti Minis Ministerialists
terialists Ministerialists favor the taxation Mils whiob
the Folkathlng adopt d, Tho Sohested
Cabinet remaius ta p wer,
Bt, Liria sth,
H M 8 " I. defat vsblo ’ arrived 10
e.m goes Virgin tiorn* spm
GDRRBNI PRIOUJy
Hsis Yoik, December Bth
tfloos Oily Mill* fov Iks
W*st Indus pss benel 4.00 to |4 10
Meet, Kltadrlad 2.26 to J3>
New Usaion's ir'ojft ~l2j| to 18
Heavy Mass Pork ~ ..12 to ]2£
(Crystals pas ,b.. 4 7-18
Bveae { F*»r to Gaol
I RefiniSf * . 316 18
Knglim Itltndj 'Aaia.sr,*
per gallon ... ~
Pmoioui or Q aid
Ki.ekau|t New Yoik A
T.or.dcu ... 4 to )
Lc v?or, D ecember fitb
Ptmerars Pry}.
! tskert *4lO tv Isio
Boeta J , Marcuv&do p ewt tilts 12/3
| German li?*i 88
(O/a f.nb 9/M
Demcrara Hr.t >n jd lfßi l|ll)
THni..fcJ ’:cor, Cccd
, 72/
r.'cnsoi* Cl bt; rest ~97 918
Lank of Fngi>n DliSsv.it , ». 4 pe- rent
Java bngai 86 par e»rt
GibraStar or Otarasl fc
.’vdrrj, flr*atta{ Wtcs
pas ?wt ... ~ 12 6
T‘. r*e pcs cr::J, Sonias
In Pest* .. .. lfll 66,
*As tbe grade of " F»l.” to Gckml
Uafioleg" is now obsolete, it Is uuduri
stood that this quotation applies to
Muscovado 89a tees ’ Inetaa.l

SUPREME COURT.
(Before Mr. Jaetice Bathu)
Thursday}
MOTION.
Daoohanseee and another v Feres—
Mr H P Gantesume for plaintiff. This
was a motion on behalf of plaintiff for
judgment to tho smount of £47, la, ld{
tbe defendant not having pot in an ap
penrance. Hla Honour said no state stateu»ui
u»ui stateu»ui of olnim had bean filed, aud be
tculd not make any order on the mere
ondoremont > f tho olslir, and further. It
being a Nummary Court matter, Mie
plaintiff Would have to prove hie case,
Mr Ganiestume submitted that aa such
bad not been the practice, be wak not
now preptrod to prove h'e case. The
matter was eventually ordered to stand
overfrrl4 dej*
Lngge v Brown—Mr KMT Prlegar
for judgment Uredtlor |The judgment
do’ ct who appeared in person, offered
to p»y $1 60 per mm b, which waa
refused uj p.ainuff'a solicitor In exam examination
ination examination as to means, it waa elloted that
th* amount sought to be reeovered, was
balanco due plalntlfi in cotneoti >n with
oo'taiu duties petformsd by defendant
*s Bailiff Further examtaeUon was
rou’erod ur.nocessary by Hie Bonotu’s
making an order for payment o/ Iff.dO
per month
Campbell \> Julien- Mr Aoham for
defendant i ffarod to pay |S.GO oasb, and
the; balauos lu monthly instalment*
of $2 40. c'cam'-noifig irem let January
next, This rffer was accepted
l’asea v Bmith—Mr ADO O’Oonoor,
Crown Solicitor, who appeared foe the
defendant, stated that judgment had
been granted for defendant with oostg
whiob amounted to £46. 5s Gcmplais.*
ant offered so pay £lO on the 6th of
January, £2O on tbe 6th of March, end
tho balance on tbe 30th if June, Hla
Honour said he considered this a vary
reasonable offer, in view of tk* amount
of coats, and an order waa made
accordingly
VENEZUELAN NEWS.
(Communicated )
llv the Ro> -I Mail Steamer which arrived
yesterday from ?.a Guayra news was received
confirming the re/ort, published last week in
these columns, ot the discovery of an exten extensive
sive extensive plot to o'erturn the Government of Gen General
eral General Castro, It is rumoured in Caracas that
amongst those who are implicated, though
not yet arrested, are Dr. Juan Pietri and
General Celestlno Paraza, Tbe latter is a
cousin of (icneral J 1 Pulido, who at present
holds the office of Minister of War and
Marine,
It is rumoured that another conspiracy has
recently been discovered by General Castro in
Caracas. It appears that the *• Afochlslas"
(as the taction of El Mocho Hernandes
is called) had arranged to recognise Gen General
eral General Ktuilio Fernandez, at present Gov Governot
ernot Governot ot the Federal District of Caracas,
as Chief of the •• NaiumaU*Uu ‘ party,
and thus depose General Castro. But
Castro has discovered the plot, and describes
it. as “ a plan well designed but one that will
be badly executed!’’ And several arrest*
have already ensued therctrom,
Upon careful investigation there would seem
so far as can be ascertained from re ent letters
from Caracas, that there is absolutely no
foundation for the report that General Castro
had issued a commission allowing the return
to Veneiulaof Dr, AUejandro Urbanejo, who
is now in banishment in New York. Another
report, which also turns out to be equally un unfounded,
founded, unfounded, stated that an understanding bad
been arrived at between the Piesident and
"El Mocho” Hernandes, who la now under undergoing
going undergoing imprisonment at Castillo de Maracaibo,
The President has so far recovered from the
effects of his recent accident d.lring the
earthquake as to have been able to be out
driving on Sunday with his wife,
Among icccnt official changes in the Re Republic
public Republic are the following :—Dr, R Cabrera
M.ilo Minister of the Interior, has been re replaced
placed replaced by General Ramon Ayala [ ami
General Partidos has been appointed Gov Governor
ernor Governor of Matuiin in the state of Suui, from
which General F'ardeo has bee* recalled.

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THE LATEST NOVELTIES ARE NOW ON VIEW
AT
'MILLER’S STORES, LIMITED.
Grand Show this Week of Ladies’ Goods,
Ladies’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 -the cheapest in town. New
Dress Btu£fs in all the leading shados. Men’s Hats and Ready-mades—grand variety, newest styles.
NEW BOOTS. NEW BOOTS, NEW BOOTS.
Come to Miller’s and get your
HUQTS 3? £3 K CHRT f ■ iTKCAka,
Miller’s for Boot?, Miller’s for Furniture, Miller’s for Hats, Miller’s for Fancy Goods.
CHRISTMAS CARDS CHRISTMAS CARDS.

HENDERSON iiâ–  0(3 *mrr***-'.xxvtm
“THE TIMES’’
A Fino assortment of TWESD3. Also Bluo Coatings and
Black Coatings, Fianaelotte Bhirts at all prices. Hosiery^
Wo have jus. received 120 d oi. Vu‘,!> African J IKS wh : ch will bo add
nl the very low price ot tl! each and which is worth 15c.
Wo have also received 500 doz. of
JMX!£2IS& ’ CA IPaS which will bo sold
from 0c each to 480,
LADIES BOOT ; DEPARTMENT.
adiea’Black Oloth BOOTS V. 3/. 3/6 4/, 4/6 5/. Lukas Glossy Gah th
doth Top Unitor,ed B 'O’.a from 4.< i» 10'. L<-*dies’ Glossy Sir .p
Fhcee from 30j to $2.16.
MEN'S BOOTS
,1N VARIETY.
Carpet Slippers from 15c to 480. Leather Blippera from 2a to , ‘a.
Another Largo Shipment of
BOVS FAMILY BOOTS
AT OUR GENERAL LOW PIUOK L
HENDERSON CO,
â–  Tila TiMEy."
FRBOEUIi K A (JVi EN 8 THEE I P,
100 BAGS VENEZUELAN COFFEE,
GO Cases Vermouth, pints and quarts -Noilly PnU & Co.
60 Cases Morton’s Jams.
Just Received p&r s s, Marav d
Kingan’s Cervelat l
l SAUBAGEB.
do. Vienna j
KINUAN’S SLICED BACON. KINGAN’S POTTED HAMS & TONGUE
English * Harness Lear her,
AUSTRALIAN COLE LEATHER,
Fresh fchipmonts of Gorman Dutch Sugar and Bed Ball Beer*
. «•
P H SCHEERE &Go

WJ Fill NO II OK.
fWWK Public tr» Loio'y ut
» (o {ifl (i ; cioJft i my wil-» Itc<-
tooca I’ior’c, rb.> htvii;* Mt try Ikii'p
M>d prot-etltra tfito lie oth i f Jiu.iia-y,
1«C0
M.
OUAKLKH i'll-.HHK,
auk
York Street ]
6th Now. It

| > ortc K;.
1., uVi B i lint tho
' ' parti v t ; . lutkcea ctrrf Ica up
to tI.L i!uf J,i’i u 11• i.rjr
/.rube", 1 .»•«.<: t b .*i o’« 0n t r.rd
Ai.oii (in Uit*ii n « ttfr ill. M)!u ir
lirm if JvLIAN H. AHt II;. K . U ,I hi
I..nii i» h i. • i.< fr. m lii #i tint
th .~n v : tocm.li' l i » by «lt. ph'u'
Ju'icu )i i »>• •. i.i Ahoii Cciy
I) vine nii • liotnu! style u • thru of
Ji’UA.N b'. .laiUBACe.
it*u -i v .j - jiui;, it i: N'.'-ar.-
i her, IHOOi
| JULIAN Ui AH HLii h VO,
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(Continued Fro it Page 7)
the City ; and there cau be no doubt
that Ibis is a post which it is in many
ways desirable should lie held by a
qualified and experienced barrister.
But there can be no doubt that taken
as a whole, Mr Hobson’s occupancy of
the City Bench has been marked by a
satisfactory administration of Justice,
and most assuredly by a very percep perceptible
tible perceptible diminution ot serious crimes and
street offences To a great extent
this forms a fairly accurate criterion
of the success of a Magistrate’s ad administration
ministration administration ; and though M r Ilob â– 
son has been, parhaps often unde undeservedly,
servedly, undeservedly, styled •* the police magis magistrate”,
trate”, magistrate”, yet it cannot be denied that
lie has done a great deal towards
improving the genera l order of the
cit y .
CURRrNT £V£f*"S,
Oa Htiurdisy utxi ib Ml. Glair will
ba bald a Rbcoiirg oompeliiioo be between
tween between spuads rs four men and a ser serfeart
feart serfeart icleoled frera each rs the
fo.ir City ccnopaciffl rs the T. L J. V
There will be a pDze for ilia wlcniag
rquad Bnl n sreoinl pr?zo hr the
1 eri individual edict n otch f qusd.
The oilier days for the octtipctiioa
are the I3:h, 14. h rad 15 b
Wo have beau requested to a.ate
>ha ( ; there ia no aa hority for Urn
announcement undo in c porary yeaterday tnorvirg that Ihr
auurH First Communion of *lio
Cathedral Parish will bo held ou
Sunday lfi'.h fustant. Tho fact is
that, the loremonv has been post postpci
pci postpci oi owiDg to lUe Grace the
Archbishop's sbsoroe unlii b's re return,
turn, return, which will probfcb’y rot ba
c»H e* than Febiasry.
'The foUhcoming cycle race on the
8? Clair track, day fortnight, promises to boa sco-
if one may judge from the
numerous entrie<; she attraction
being donb Ãœbb the handsome chal challenge
lenge challenge medal which forms the first
prize
We are glad to see that buHneas sl slr,bough
r,bough slr,bough vary maeft bljoker !b»n usual,
h cq at ( hrfsfuans time h*f* b ight -
ene-J np a little «nd our dty.gocdg
iu; rc.haniß h»vo bad one or two good
days during tfaa present weeks
Coooa ia ur.w coming in moro fresiy
ini wo o«n only hepo that
there is yet a ep'end.'d three
weeks suits In a.c?e for them.
All of them, wlthcu; nerpl on de dereive
reive dereive u fir brisker return of c»=h
Bales than they hr.Vd yet hnd, for n
cur long txruienoa we 1 nvo nev ,<â– 
kuown the D;y Goods Houses to bo d
!ar ,fr cht.por, rr be Cr atmtted
Httks than Huy do at pnaent
Ii s not sny ex gijnniteu to lay
;l> :i tho display of fancy goede in
our leading eerie, this Chris i» f.viU that rs the West B r d
in the height of 'he London season
W< beg to call attention to the
Concert advertized to be given by the
leiv String Band this evening in the
Moulton Hall, llanover fctreet. A
very interesting programme has been
arranged, and a pleasant evening may
be anticipated so all who attend.
t\ i. understand that a local practi practitioner
tioner practitioner has be. n approached on behalf
of certain shopkeepers with a view to
i«• iitittinliis servicts to give echnical
c' idence before the Committee of the
Ci ruler of Commerce on (Saturday
morn;:,, next, in connection with the
Putter i'losccutious,

The fob’ owing Gensrii! Orders by
Die Hou’bhi Major General Fir F 0
Foot K 0.8., K.C.MO. Ccmm^nda
ant Local Fore ".a was ieeu:G r.l Head
Qust.’ers daHd Gib Deo. mb r
1 Infantry Drill etc. —From the Ist
January 1901, The Trinidad Light Infantry
Volunteers, and the Trinidad Police Force,
will conform to all instructions in the “ In Infantry
fantry Infantry Drill 1896’* and adopt the “ Manual
and Firing Exercises 1898, ’’ which are pre presented
sented presented for Infantry of the Line in the Im Imperial
perial Imperial army.
•J Reuimental Numbers Infantry- A
new series of Regimental Numbers for the
Light Infantry Battalion will be commenced
from the Ist January next.
This will not interfere with present numbers
which will be retained,
To-day’.s Court List - Sewrattan
v Rampersad, Philip v Mark, Gam Gamble
ble Gamble v I homas, Mitchell v Norton,
Prizgar v Pildain, Protheroe v Tap Tappin,
pin, Tappin, Ignacio v Voter, Matheu v
and another, Monceaux v
Maingot, Whitehead v Laughlin
(First Court—Trials.; Fraser v
Laughlin, Kostansing v loom Tali,
Middleton A Co v Murray, Baptiste
and others v Baptiste and others,
Edwards v Balierand and another,
llenriques v Do Silva, Toussaint v
Theodore. Henderson v Pierre. Ker Kernahan
nahan Kernahan v Baptiste, \V r eston v Maingot
and another (Second Court - Trials:)
Th& Oxen which were brought here
L m Voutzaa'a yesterday by tho
8 j'; Dell. i ; are clistribulocl as folicwe;-
Eilis Grell No 121, E. H. Rspsty
EFtjr. 20, A'bir’t G, ini 47, D.
Morstlf j i & Oo 35
Wo liava to acknowledge with
thanks, the receipt from Mr. Edgar
Tiipp, (the local agents of tho Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Union Assurance Company of
Loudon), of a neatly got up wall
ca’tndir for I‘JOJ
Y/e are requested to announce that
Herr Nothcagel's annual “ Pupil’s
Evening ” will re ueld this evening
at the Professor’s residence at St
Clair, atH pm. All pupils and their
puents are invited.
A Alissi. nary Meeting will be held at
tbo Wesleyan Chapel, Belmont, on
Tuesday evening next the 11th ins'; ,
at which the chair will bo held by
Mr. If E Braithwalte, (f tto Burgeon-
Geueral’s Department The speab.-rs
on (he occasion wilf ioclude the Bev.
D Wright, C P Jalian and IS V Jones
Iu conatqcen.o d Ibe Gu i siea sieamir
mir sieamir Parta bti ,g repaired; their
wiil bo no rip made to the Islands
on Saturday inorDirg, bat the 'up
best Caroni will make ‘he usurT one
o’ol ok trip
Wc would ask the Secretaries of
the various cricket clubs ; to send in
the names o! the members of then thenteams
teams thenteams not later than Fri ay morning
of every week, which we publish
g utuiously. We would be also glad,
if the} 1 would scud in the results o'
their matches as early as possible on
Saturday afternoon, which wc will
publish iu our Sunday’s issue.
An entertainment will be given at
the Wesleyan Ucliool in llauov r
1 treat; ou Thursday evening the 20th
instant at 8,30.
he money drafts taken away by
tho Royal Mail Steamer yesterday,
was as follows : For the United
Kingdom £1 h‘JB 77. Os this
amount, £2tk> 13 2 was »eut from
Tobago, and £330 l 8 front Fan
Fernando. The inter-colonial drafts
amounted to £7ll G 7 of which
£373 2 3 went to Barbados £57 113
to St Vincent aul £139 1 9 to
Jamaica,’

There was only one sale before the
doors of ‘lie Court yesterday. In re
Joseph Nakid plaintiff and St Rose
William defendant; two part els of
land bought by the plaintiff through
his rilicitor Mr Louis Amour. The
first parcel for £129 and the second
for £ls.
The following are the arrivals a*
the Hotel de France : Mr and Mme
f trass, Mr and Mme Robert Leceioni,
Mr A Mattci, Mr Lehman, Mr ¥■
Fru stuck
OFFICIAL NOTICES
(From, the Tloyal Gazette)
APPOINTMENTS.
Mr Thomas Newtou Browne to act
as B J.P. of Caroni and Couva during
the absence on leave of Mr HP
Hobson.
Mr C J Rooks to act as F.J,P. of
tho Eastern District of the Country
of St. George during the absence on
leave of Mr L M Power.
Mr Aificd Taitt to bo the Gov Governor’s
ernor’s Governor’s Assistant Private Secretary
His Excellency Sir Alfred Moloney
K.O.M.G, will attend at his ollice,
Government Buildings, from 11 a in into
to into 1 pin every Monday and Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday lor the transaction of public
busiuess and to see anyone who may
desire to see him,
10 corresPondentT
Thh Tokprug Nuisance—^We
would be r,bilged It : he javen'le cor correspondent
respondent correspondent who wrote us ou this
eubjaot will call at the Gazette
cflioe, Ktnatimo fu-day.
" THE CENTRAL ROAD BOARD.”
It is abvious, from the record of the
meeting of the Central Road Board
held on tho 22rd ultimo, that the
Institution is developing into a serious
and useful Central Authority.
Out of ten Chairman of the differ different
ent different Road Boards, nine were present
at the lust meeting : which fact means
that nine different Road Unions of the
Colony were represented—the three
minor Unions unrepresented by the
Road Beards, were championed by the
D P W.
1 he business of the day was not im
portant but of a varied and interest interesting
ing interesting nature. Brielly recapitulating tlie
proceedings relative to road e evelopment
velopment evelopment and extension were
as follows ; the Road Boar 's
brought forward nine different resolu resolutions,
tions, resolutions, every move being previously
well calculated and proving benefit ial
to the different quarters (he persis persistency
tency persistency und energy of the movers was a
matter of note worthy praise, while
fjir 0. 0, Knollys us chairman ti>ok
every possible precaution to sift Tie
resolutions brought on, so as to give
them the deserved consideration Ihe
b. P.W., brought forward these reso resolutions
lutions resolutions appertaining to road extension
Ac
There was one resolution among
others by the D P.W., Jby no means
the least important of tho iot; regard regarding
ing regarding the closing of Bridie Road- to
wheel traffic under sub section (t)
and (n > of Bee 3 order : 10 of 1894
und iec Bof o T dce :3G of 1698 In
IS;'7, w.en ir Hubert Jeruiugham
first started his scheme f ra > eutrul
Road Board, it. was found necessary
that some haimoniziug aud controlling
infiuence should predominate iu order
that the wauti ol the Colony, relative
to internal communication be pub publicly
licly publicly < xpressed aud discussed, which
views have to-day met with unbiased
eo operation from all sides.
The lull scope of the success of the
Central Road Board, with its tcu little
offspring, is uct yet luliy kuowu, but

HE-US OCTR
FANCY BASKETS
FANCY BOXES
COSAQUES
UHOCOLATEB
bANTAOLAUS BTOOKINGS,
XMAS GOODS &e,
W 0. ROSS & CO *
GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
69, Corner Qaosn and Fredorlok Streets.

AND OUTFITTER. gives best value in
HIB STOCK OB'
Ciilldnm Ladies £ Gentlemen Hats
J
Are Ibe moat fashionable and ye* Ihe obeapesL
Jt is the place where you are sure to get eV
description and tho right prices Tho latest is
190 s STRAW WATS
li Jift fflf
With und without l ands specially made and just 1 0
The Rac-'s and RegaUa*
rr* "fi*osex
’ up-to-d tt,e Handkt rebiefs, Tien, Deib7 i oflr go to
I,.User is and Lows of every style aud‘.oloow
Waterman.
r ' ' goQfcj ‘ so^
Ror !he newest sty lea in Collars, Shirts,
Hat Bands ThepluOe to see them is a* w
n : « t 1? »rs IF ILlllC 1 ® j\
rr * —-J2.
.n < hldieu, ?r oys Mon ’b and Ladies’ Straw Has
and 24\, worth doubh >*or bfst value in i
and Mens
REAEY-MaDE clothing
GO 10 WATERMAN- _ t
Prices the cheapest, values tho b® 9



CALEDONIAN HOUSE,
GOOJDWILLE AND WILSON
GREAT SALE OF SURPLUS FURNITURE
\
|M umm, â– â– â–  i *
MAHOGANY TOILET AND WASH3TANDB, WALNUT CABINETS,
Sideboards, Ladies Fosev/eod Seeretar, Music Cabinets, Whatnots, Ladies’ Writing Desks, Tabonrettes, Mahogany
Flower and Feather Stands, .Rosewood Drawing Boom Suit, Occasional Chairs, Bedroom Suits.
MUST BE CLEARED OUT AT ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS
Austrian Bentwood Furniture including Chaire, Dockers, Arm Chairs in black or walnut, Amerioan Furniture,
Plain and Marblj Top Bureaux, Ice Chests, Oak Dining Chairs, Dining Koom Tables.
Goodwilie and Wilson.

What is it ?
Only this,
THAT
HKTiyi
Hare junt received anther irrgo chipment of
Xmas Goods
Comprising many suitaLlu 1 res for
GENTLEMEN’S WEAR.
• ■»■♦»■#»»-
That swell Suit/ycuVbid last Christims « n bought at
ME! IVIEIV3.
Ihat up-to-date Collar and Tie wera i. T ,jj Uught at
METIVIER’S.
You had your choice of a Shirt from a In'7,a variety of
kinds that were displayed at MKTIVIER’S
Ihat Hat with stylish baud that you war. to 'll’ races
was also bought at METIVIEU’F.
We could mention scire? of plow I Ouitomars who buy their
hoi day attire from MKTIVIER’S.
We can pleaao more if you wit! only i;ivo qs the opportunity. Our
assortment is large and varied thin soasoo, >nd wo will eßteun it r> favour
if you will afford us the pleasure cf placing - u on ths list of our taiisfird
customers.
J R METIVI ER & Co,
42, King Street. La Favoeita,
lon aie fieqaested it to forget
THAT
Saturday Ist December
IS THE COMMENCEMENT OF MT
SALE OF BOOTS & SHOES
HO CHEAP RUBBISH. HO OLD STOCK
But all fine and fresh Goods which must be oleared by the
end of the month. Call to-day and inspect the Bargains at
Robert Henderson
THE BOOTMAN (Opposite Skeccb A Oo )
Don’t Mistake my Address.
THE BEST OF WINES
BASH BXSIM XS’ o-
Q THIS GREAT HFALI'H RESTORER-
Specially prepared lor inv*lid. and lover, of pure wine by i i
J, Chaiqhrau A 00 , of Bordeaux.
h-3 RECOMMENDED BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION
cq,
i be obtained retail from the principal stores; and wholesale
from agents for Venezuela & W, Indies, QQ
hH
■*Q M. J. TAOREL & Co. Corner of King’d: Charlotte Ht.
(•Caj At Ban Fernando, from b W BONYUN & 00.
5011N39 NVSI

THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE! FRIDAY DECEMBER 7. 1000

any one knowing a little of the ropes
of road development, (and of what has
been done in the liland since the pas passing
sing passing of Ordinance 10 of 1594), by the
Road Board, will readily admit that
the late Fir Napier Broome estab established
lished established an incentive to the necessary
main lines of the Island by giving
power to the Road Board by Ordin Ordinance
ance Ordinance to open local roads &c, Ac. It is
quite clear from the important func functions
tions functions of the District Boards, that they
have great regard for the progress of
the Island, and it is to be hoped that
their efforts, under the circumstances,
will meet the consideration they so
well deserve as their labours are
essential to the best interests of
agricultural and commerce generally
SHIPPING NEWS,
The fdlowing passengers arrived
by the R, M. 8, Esh on Wednesday
ninht last :
From La Guayra—Mr A F Salazar,
Mr R Ranger, Mrs da Martinez and
child.
From Tobagc—Mr and Mrs Blake -
ly, Mr Jehu B uoe, Mr nrd Mrs
Macdouyal end child, Mrs Gamble
and child, Mr and MrsLtngtcn and
child, Mbs Pecooe, Mbs P PorHous,
Mr W D.m, Mr H B Murray, Mr C.
Vine*'nt wife and family, Mr J Mill r,
Mr /’gard and 24 neckera from
Tobago cod 9 frrm L’ Gaayra.
The German B‘esmer Etna Capla'n
Btuhn 957 ? oca ; arrived yesterday
ruin ing in 29 boms frem Dsmerara,
with 91 bunebee plantain?, t ir.d
brought the following pßseergern :
Mr Poreirr, w'fo and child, M s G
D’AbrtU cnl 1 deskere-
Tbo British Telegraph steamer
Grjppler Captain Borbbcr, fconß ;
ariiEtd it t« in the Gulf on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night igst iu 28 hours from
St Lucia
The Veoituclan srettacr Delta
Ca|.tiin Ma'bisoo 236 toes ; arrived
yesterday morning from Ouidsd
Bolivar with 21 donkeys, 7 mukv,
3 horses, 223 oxen, 32 baits bahtta,
acd 2 bales sundries ; also fc'6 pkgs.
for transhipment to Europe. Tbu
Steamer also brought the following
paoeergerg : Mrs Isabella Ramirez
and (Emily (1), Mrs Laura de Wan,
Mrs E!s», do Behrens, Mrs Medina,
and ohild, Miss ILfaela V.'.ar.re-v*
aud child, Miss Eulalia Berasee, Mr
and Mrs U I iaoionl Mr and Mrs W
Wedlund, Messrs Jobs Fruatruck,
Advien, Arnaud, Argil Mattel,
George Foes, A Rsdriguez F Lic Licdaots,
daots, Licdaots, Ftlipe Grtoo, A Odremaub, B
Adam?, L iieiers, Requsna, Joaiah
Fioumen, Human Mo'elrP, F Leb Lebmicn.
micn. Lebmicn. Jrlddu Flutes, and 11 deckers.
The following passengers sailed by
tbo R M B Eik yesterday afternoon,
fortha "odermenticned portF:
Fci Souibautpton—Mr Fcuuiouick,
Mr C W lliw*»Eon, Mis 8 11 Bur Burnell
nell Burnell and Mr J W O'diant.
For Bardaa-p—Mr R J Nacoo,
Lady Knollyp, Mbs Koollyr, Mr
Drury Wake, Mr T Tanner, Mr A 1)
Cave, Mr acd Mis 11 P liobe..n, Mr
Berk do Latnerre, Mies A Hander Handerâ– OO,
â– OO, Handerâ– OO, Mr K K Canztkl, Mr E A
Robinses and Mr J Payer,
For Bi, Vloacnl -Mlsa M Fraser,
Miss E ICobards, Mies A Josei b and
Mr R Barboza.
For Grauada Mrs L Boissiere,
two children and nurse, Mrs J A
Romeo, Mr K M Nunez, Mies un unlocks,
locks, unlocks, Mr and Mrs Babslai and
ohild, cod Mr W A Harris, and tff
deckers (or various portr.
The following sailed by tbo 8 B
Etna : For Barbados—Mrs .’-kinner
aud 26 deckers for various ports.

Th*» U.B S Lancaster which left
Btrbadoa at 10,30 on “Wednesday
men ning, anoborod in thy Gu’f late
lait evening,
CITY POLICE COURT.
(before Mr, R, M. RoutledgeS.J P.)
lhursday.
I.ARCItNY OP MONEY.
Annie Williams and Clara de Silva were
charged with having on the Ist day of
December last feloniously stolen the sum of
3os, the monies of one l’eter F Lawdew, a
sail-ir, in Duke street. Sergeant Holder of
the i elective Force prosecuted. Mr Gaston
Johnson defended and put in a plea ot not
guilty. The offence having been clearly
proved, 1 Us Worship sentenced both parties to
three months’ imprisonment with hard labour.
SENT TO THE REFORMATORY.
A boy named Athanase Stewart was
charged with the latceny of a bottle of soda
water from the shop of one de Frietas. He
pleaded guilty ; and having been previously
convicted, was ordered to spend live years in
the Reformatory.
DESERTED TUB 3IIIF.
J n able seaman named Johnson of the s.s.
Sdl>a pleaded guilty to a charge preferred
against him by his captain, of hieing on
Friday last deserted the ship while she lay
in Harbour. He pleaded “he did not like
the ship ”
The S.J.P.— Pity you did not think of
that before joining.
Defendant—But I had not the experience
then ; its the worst ship I have ever been in
yet.
lhe S.J.P. --But you will have to go
aboard, for we will put you aboard.
Defendant—Ah 1 well, 1 can't help that,
but I would rather go to jail than go aboard.
The S.J.P. informed him the alternative
to going peaceably aboard would be a month
in jail; and. eventually the man said he
would go aboard.
An order was made accordingly
DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.
A j East Indian named Chakawad was
ch-.rged with being drunk and disorderly in
St Vincont street yesterday. He was, as a first
offender, discharged with a caution.
DISCHARGING FIREWORKS,
Osmond Glasgow, a litrie boy, was charged
with having discharged fireworks in Duke
street yesterday. Defendant pleaded he did
not know it was agianst the law. Discharged
with a caution.
FOUND IN A HOUSE.
Constable Walters charged Gaston Andrews
with sleeping in a house in Hanover street
last night without ieave of the owner. He
was discharged with a caution, it being his
first offence.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
Joseph Yarwood was charged with cruelly
torturing a mule in St Vincent street yester yesterday
day yesterday . Defendant pleaded guilty to a couple of
small galls. The S.J.P. said it was the most
disgraceful case of cruelty he had ever come
across; there was not a sound spot in its
whole body. Defendant was fined £5 or two
months hard labour ; and the S.J.P. ordered
the Government Veterinary Surgeon to
examine the animal with a view to its des destruction.
truction. destruction.
ASSAULTING A CONSTAIH.E.
Simrn Gray was charged with having
assaulted a constable named Trotman while
in the execution of his duty It appeared
the officer, knowing of the existence of a war warrant
rant warrant against the mao, (though he had not it
on him), look upon himself t j xtop the man
in Frederick Street. Defendant asked what
he was stopped for and demanded to see the
warrant ; which Ttoltuan could not then
produce; it being at the Police station. Then
Defendant refused to go, and proceeded to
fight the otficer until he was overpowered and
conveyed to the station. The S J. P, severely
criticised the action of the otficer as just what
was calculated to provoke a row, when an
officer professed to hold a warrant which he
had in fact not got in his possession. Such a
charge as assaulting the police wag most
serious and ; demanded perfect proof.
Eventually the case was adjourned for wit witnesses
nesses witnesses and later on the defendant was dis discharged
charged discharged with a severe caution.
ASSAULT AND KATTiXY,
One Watson was charged with having
seriously assaulted one Rufmo on the 16th
Novemlier last, Mr JA La bile prosecuted ;
and Mr A Me Carthy defended. The in injuries
juries injuries were described by Dr, lias* as com comprising
prising comprising a bite on the hand and two or
three cuts and bruise*., there was also a
cross charge of assault against the complain
ant. The story told by the complainant was
that while in Monccaux’s store he was the
victim of some ini|>ertineucea from Wats*>n ;
who, uj>OH his remonstrating, proceeded to
fight aud bite him. and ever.lua/ly threw him
to the ground. Trie defendant, on the other
hand, alleged that he was firrt aesauited by
the complainant and only deft-.nded himself,
â–  They were both bound over in /jlO with one
' surety to keep the peace tot 3 nwnlbs,

TH3 NEW
TRINIDAD LAKE ASPHMJ CO,
VS
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL GENERAL»■»»>—•
»■»»>—• GENERAL»■»»>—•
judgement of the full
COURT.
Tneaday 4,)h Deeomhar 1900,
At » tpaofal Bitflag of she Full
Court held 'bis morning their Hou Houonrs
onrs Houonrs delivered judgement es follows :
8!r W J Audoraon U J Raid : - Tbia
ie a suit the Government bv
lhe plaintiff Compauy, who in their
slab meot of complaint allege* inter
alia that they are the assignees of
the rights and privileges granted by
adoeddatad tba 12th July 1888, and
made between Her Majesty the
Queen of be emu part and oertaia
Oouof asbn&heß of the other part, by
whioh the exclusive right to dig,
work, and search for, aud win nltob
&o, in upon, or under tho lauc 'mown
aa the Pitch L.tka in the District of
Li Brea in this Island, was granted
from the Ist day cf February 1888
for tbo term of 14 years, since exten extended
ded extended for a further him of 4‘2 years
frera the gf.id Ist cf February ;
that by this deed it was prov ded
that no asphalt, pitnh Ac should be
won or o&rried away for piport or
otherwise witbous the previous
consent of the OonoossioualrLß, either
by Fier Majesty or by any olhc’
person for toy purpose whatsoever
from any land within 3 miles cf the
Pitch Lake which then were, cr at
any time during the said term or any
extended term should come into
the possession of Her Majessy ;
that Lot 68 is in tho village of L)
Btea tied within 3 miles of the Pitch
Lake and was in tho possession of
Her Majesty ou liie 24th Jay cf May
1898. on which date digging and
removing cl pitoh from the said lot
WR’i begun, and has since the 25th
day a! September last been renewed
without the previous content of
tb3 Concessionaire?, bat that 11 is
Excellency she Governor has dr drolined
olined drolined to interfere to prevent such
(liggtt g 'i ha plaintiff i ompany pray
for a dsiarahi n of tho titie of ths
Drown to Lot 68, and also for «n in injunction
junction injunction restraining tho AHtruey
Genorn! from allowing p'teens to dig
or win nitob, asphalt &) (torn Lot
68, ana for damaged susiaintd by
them by reason cf the digging and
removal of pi oh. The Ariorney
General h;,s dontiUred us to the
aoHon generally *hat‘his Court hes

no jurisdiction, aud as to the par particniar
ticniar particniar cl»im that *bu statement of
complaint diaokses no cause of
aclitn or relief whioh this Crutt cau
give in a suit against the Govc*ri Govc*rimen‘.
men‘. Govc*rimen‘. Tbt< grounds given :n oUp oUppert
pert oUppert of the General demurer ate
*• 1 No action .’ten agan At tin A’fcor A’fcorn*y
n*y A’fcorn*y Ot-otr-I in »" rpaev cf »i T
Iwieri breach cf contrucl commit t H.a Exoul'ency tho Governor ot the
Oolony In tba cxticiae cf bi*
oxncudva drierullorj,”
*‘2. N--Uh«r thw prooadutci by p**tf p**tftloii
tloii p**tftloii i f riiht oor tbo Imperial Htatutn
23 anil 24 Viatctia c 84 hta any Uro > cr
t-tfocl witbiu tba Cotooy, and no pa'.i
dou of tight or procedure auaiageui
tb« anin tb a Goan i« av-iUtle to the
plain'tffa."
•* 3. Tbs tulea au 1 orders cf He Gu Gupr
pr Gupr me Court give no remedy to a «übjs.:t
by action or other procee d f Id »uob
0* urt in reaptot of ar-l a».min acv cr oiomiaaion or of »'*J aiiete 1
Pahiiity cf 4b« G .ve'Dor c» of any pub'ie
officer of the O. boy in in *o far
aa| the Governor or aucb public officer ia
male liab’e to action by seine ordinance
o! ibe Golcny. #
4. In ao far ae the said rulea and
c.-dotß purport to regulate the procedure
ia ary caao (except aa in the laat para paragraph
graph paragraph excepted), such rules aud order*
ate ultra ciret aud of no effect,
6 Tbia action ia in tho nature < I ft
pepticu of right, and uo paiiti-u of right

can bo addreate 1 to the Governor cf this
oolony, nor otn the Governor by any
flat thereon give jurisdiction to the
Gsuitj and u j action of tho nature of
such petition can bottled by tho Supieme
Ocutt of tbia Helenv except In easeg
•xpresaly autho i od by the Legislature
of this GDot.y
I And *Uh retard to tbo particular
cl inn made in tha said statement) of
oL'ni, tho Attorney - Gouoral demurs
hero* on (ho f'jlto'.vfag addilion
ground* ;
6, 1 1 ro f« us the aliini herein Is for
an itjunolKn r, itjnuo’ion ecu he
gilt..te l l;* ptti ncf rlyhi cr pr prceodlng
ceodlng prceodlng an,| ig. m tle elo, against the
gvh ! u.aa‘ f a:y Gc>hny.
7 Aa rc;: vc'a (ha prayer for £I,OOO or
r >7 c her si m by wav of , atu'gts is sl'cgod in tbu eluiui to have
Fcoruu i to the pldotiff) by the allege i
breaches of the term* of the ococetslon
ia the 20sh psrag aph mentioned, nor
cm any light to damages accrue In law
to the plali'tiff* fr< ra any ruoh alleged
breach us in tbe Ble’emantof ccnipl»int
L mot t’cced.
8. As regards tho rcaidue of tbu olairu,
the a; tn'> is meiely anoit’ary to the c’atru
for an Ir junction and cLmtges, and the
juJ - men Sol the Court cannot bo icv . kod
tor ;b* purj oeea its obtai inga deala a
ti. t> if tight which such court has no
power to enforce,
9- The e’feitn dees n t allege ar y sot
ft cmLaion in breach of euch con conceaebn
ceaebn conceaebn euch as to giv« riai to 6ny Ugal
cause of act If n ajuiisf tho goveiruient
cf tho Gel uy or at y iffiter thereof.”
At lhe bearing of rha Demurrc?
lb:; ojuuoli for tho plalntiD company
said that ibty rely, no) on cfder 6H,
of the Rules and Orders cl 1898
whLn is tbe order ref Sired to in tho
3 d end 4 h grouuds of lhe Al Alio
io- Alio by General, bat upon order 60
in the uoucdule to Ibu Judtaaluco
Ordinanoe ol 1879; that by that
orda.- a pubstnutivo tlgh: was given
to a subject; acd that so Lr as Jhe
rulau and orders cf 1898 have the
pffeoi of (illorl'cg tbo right of the
subject by annniling tbo rale in the
schedule of ' he Judicaturo Oullnanca
1879, tbny were ultra virei; bat lhar,
oven if Order 60 did not odder a right
it was e! icaOevidenceof the exls'ence
of such a rfglp, With rupee; to the
Stiooud gronud they said that allega allegations
tions allegations in it PoUiion ot Right need not
be state.t with tbu particularity and!
aonoieijness us in au ordinary notion ;
but th&ti what they have staiod is
sufficient.
Order 60 of ibo HuLa cf 1879 and
Order 68 ot the Rales of 1898 are
verbally the same ; the latter being
an exact reproduction of the former.
But there is this difference between

them; Order 60 was a pait of an
Ordinance, which might have con contained
tained contained a provision giving a right of
action ; whereas Order 68 mast bo
ccutK-d within the limits ct the
authority given to ibe framers of it,
namely to make rules regulating
procedure.
The Order is beaded, “ bulls by or
against the Government.*’ Rule 1
relates to ol dms ty tho Goverumeut
Tbo iatter is iu these words:
2. “ All ola'mt agiinat the QoverLicuut
cf the Oolony, being cf the ame uaiute
a« claims which may bo preferred i gaioa.
(h« Orcwr, In Bngland under the pre previsions
visions previsions f f the iuipsrLl Act 23 sud 24
Victoria 034 entitled ‘The Petition of
Right of Aot ltt«0 " may with the
oorseot cf the Goverr or he pttforied hi
the Supreme Court in a anic inatituted
hy the claimant ta plaiutiff againat the
Attorney Ganeral aa defsrdaur.”
1 think it will bobeUeG first of all.
to olfctr away tbe doubt, if any exists
as to whether the iomedy byway of
petition of right exists In this Oolony,
The whole argument seems to ma to
have been based on tbe supposition
that these proceedings are a petition
cf right rand Otode's work on the Peti Petition
tion Petition of Right bas been the authority
chit fly oited, Now as I undsrstand
it, a potilion of right is the remedy
whereby a subject is priv.iegei to
approach bis bovsreign in respect ct
seme alleged grievance whioh he
OLnsidors that be ban suffered by Ibe

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14a, Fred, St,
New Goods
PER ROYAL MAIL STUB,
FKAi'flisß-STITOfI & BRAIDS
A hvga assorted let of this class of
Good* in all color*, (hades & Style*.
Srni'j now iis m including one nicely am*
hrcidere 1 In white lilk at 7M*.
Madras Handkerchiefs
Sr me effective designs iu these
HOSIFRY
White, Blsok, N»vy e*c,—res'ttrd micas
Alum nlum Thimbles. Scot L’.c«>, Qipr
Tab s \jcro\r,
PURbFS WITH fHMNS.
Oar usual 01 sap Lin**
SELF CLOSING UMBRELLAS.
BOW 3 A T>!lß—Seme mote new styles,
WHITE AND CREAM FLOWERED
HA*IN 30 end 48 Ceutr;
WHITE * KHAKI LINEN CRICKET CRICKETING
ING CRICKETING HATS At 24 oeatr.
ARMSTRONG BRACES—and other*.
FL*NSKLS-*I) njicr,.
ORWPB Db OHKNa—A‘« 48 Coots In
Whie, Oer m, Rf.se, Rlaok, Sky and
Tureen,
FLOWERS,
S( mo ucvbltlee In n w ll ,w ers at Cheap
Fates'.
CHIFFON.
4 Inohe* atd 8 In .be* wide—All
t hides.
itA ODSICB m CUSHIONB.
j ;rtly i-r!lcles for Presents.
LEATHER MELTS—with fancy buckles*
A JOB ».’NE OF FAIICY BILKS—et
24 Ceuta.
SOME SMART LADIES FUIKT3—•*,
sotted styles a* various pri* er,
ALL OVER LiUE -S;me new designs.
LIMES KID GLOVES
wbolssata lire* suit suitrb!o
rb!o suitrb!o tv~ Country trade have just
Lorn t p. • oil by Stcstuera *’ i U -
CATAN ’ tn.l TRENT
These are well worth seeiug as
m»ny of them are extremely
Cheap.
CAD CA 1 c
2 New Blcjcta-tl.^Ti
PRICE.
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Fiedeikk Street,
XMAS
SUPPLIES.
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NOW OPENING
At
Boland’s Pharmaoy,
LOWBS llf-EibY fcl.

5



6

kfit sis thi Bovetelga | ihd i fito ia*
alined to think that in theory at
least, the remedy is open to ail Her
Majesty’s snbjeots In whatsoever
pari oi Her Majesty’s Dominions
they may reside; bat in praotioe I
believe that toe Courts of England
have held that when the land or
other scbjaot of the Petition is iu a
Colony where there are duly consti constituted
tuted constituted Courts to try the question a
Petition of Bight does not lie in
Bcgiand.
the real question in this case how however
ever however is whether the rule in question
did extend to the Colony any such
right or remedy ? I has e no doubt
that it did not; and could sot extend
tc Her Msjssty’a subjects in this
Colony any right to proceed in this
Court under thV ; “ Petition of Bight
Act of 1860 ” In my opinion no
right of cny kind, apart from proce procedure.
dure. procedure. war created by the rule ; aud
tbe reforetco in it to the Imperial
Petition of Right Act could only
have been for :he purpose of des describing
cribing describing the nature of tbe ol&ima
against the Govercmsnt to which
it was meant to apply. Provi Provisions
sions Provisions einilsr to those contained
in order S.Q of the rules of 1879. and
order 60 of?j « rules of 1898, nro to
be found in #Cc Civil Proceduic Codes
of many of iho olonies; in the Le Leward
ward Leward Islands, British Honduran,
Grenada and 8t Vha cent for instance,
they are exactly the ssme as ours In
Jamaica the Civil Procedure Codes of
1879, the wording of the section
analagocs to rule 2 of our order is
" All olaims against the Government
of the .Island, being claims cl which the
•object matter would hate Leo cogni
•able by tbe Supreme Court; cl Judtos
lore if the claim had boon against »
private individual, may &0., bat this merely amounts to another
mode cf description It may be said
however, that although our ninullcd
order 60 did not create any righ* of
action, jet both it, and order 68 oi Iho
rules of 1898, which h*s taken its
place, are eridctci! of the existence of
such a right For it must to remem remembered
bered remembered tin! the rules *ni crJere of
1898, are not merely ruler made by
the Judges, but have been approved
by the Governor end the Legislative
Council, aid by secti n J -of the
Judicature Ordinance 28 •' 1879,
have iho force and effect cf a Legis Legislative
lative Legislative enactment The present pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings can, in my opinion, cn!y be
looked upon as a suit against the
Governments But it has teen con contended
tended contended that the Ircwa, (hot i», tbo
Government of the Colony, cinnot be
med except ty express Legislative
enactment; n.nu that no action lice
a •aicef. the Government of a Colony
ferrny bre.-iph of ceDtrrc' committed
by him in the txercise el his eiecu'ive
dir ere tit n
The Government of a Cilony in
rtepect to his liability tr> an action
lißs been compared to a Bo'ereign
But inasmuch as a Governor has none
of the attributes of n Sovereign, can ho
iberetoro claim any iin unity fjont
the jurisdiction ol She local Courts ?
In 1887 the Lieutenant Governor of
Trinidad wa* sued ia the Court of
First Ins. of‘Civil Jurisdiction of
the Colony lr is true that it w. a
not on seconnt of an act done as
Governor, but in respect ol a private
debt But iho Governor came into
court under protest and pleaded
that being Governor of Trinidad, he
w*a therefore not liable to l>B sued iu
the said court. The plaintiff dci’ Ofcd
tnthe pies, (and the plea was GVt r riulcd
iulcd riulcd and judgment was enured up
in favour of the plaintiffs fur the
amount of the debt and costs
On appeal, (see IliU v Biggs, iii
Moore’s Privy Council Cases 465),
it was contended that as Lieutenant
Governor oi the Colony, the defend defendant
ant defendant was exempted from being sued or
called upon for liabilities iu the
Colony over which he was placed.
But Lord Brougham, iu delivering
the judgment of the Privy Council
aaid,
“ It m?.y safely ba affirmed tint they
who maintain the exemption cf a sou pcisou sum the laws by which oil the
Kli g s outjecta are bound, cr w! at is
tbe same thin*, from the juris ioti.n of
(he courts which administer the law to
all besides, are bcui.d tc shew seme leasou
or authority having no doubt upon t> e
point. If it bo ettid that the 0, v
ernor of a oolong is the answer is that he does not even re represent
present represent the iJofuieigu generally, having
only the funotioua to him debated i y
the terms cf his ocmmUsion, and teles'
only the cfticer to execute the spool tic
powers with which that oemmiiricn
olotbea him,”
But Governors have been sued in
Colonial Courts for acts committed by
them as Governors ; for instance, vro
know that Sir John Peter Grant while
Governor of Jamaica was in 1861) sued
in the Supreme Court, of Jamaica for
an act committed by him as such
Governor, and damages were rwarded
Against him. And so also was >ir
Anthony Mu»gr»ve in 1878 when
Governor of Jamaica. Too latter case
(Pulido v Mvtgrave) was taken on
appeal lo the Privy Cocnci 1 . 'lbe
Governor had pleaded that “ he oeght
not to be oompelled to answer to this
action, because he was
Governor, ..and eg such entitled
to the privileges md exemptions ap appertaining
pertaining appertaining to such office..,... and t iat
the aefs complained id w,re done
by him as such Governor and in
the exerciso of his reasonable discre -
tion as such end as acts of filat .”
The plaintiff dtuiurrcr to this j lei aid
>he {supreme Court allowed the dc- i

®HSS PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE. FRIDAY DECEMBER 7. 1900.

luamt, khd ih# IMvy do«SdlJ kfifffitd
the jadgmeat of the Court. (Hus*
grave v Pulido, r Appeal Oases 107).
Sir Mortagne E. Smith, in delivering
the judgment of the Privy Gounod s*id
1 If the plea ia to ba regarded as a plea
cf privilege only find as claimln* immu immunity
nity immunity to the Governor from liability to he
sued in the Courts cf the Colony, tfcsir
Lordships thinks that It cannot in that
aspect of it, be sustained ”
lam therefore ofj opinion that an
action doos lie by reason of a breach
of contract committed by hiaExcellency
the Governor in the exercise of his
executive discretion. It is not neces necessary
sary necessary at tbe present day to proceed
against the Governor direcjly ; for by
order 68 of the Rules and Orders of
1898 the claim would be preferred
in the Supreme Court in a suit against
the Government instituted by the
claimant as plaintiff, against the At Attorncy
torncy Attorncy General as nominal defendant
la the present case the Governor of
flic Colony signs a deed which purport*
to be made between the Queen and
teriain private individuals ; and if
tbe latter broke their contract, un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly they would be iinble to
mi action at tho suit of the Qoverni
monc, acd it would be manifestly in inconvenient
convenient inconvenient and unfair if those private
individuals could not in like manner
proceed against the Government. I
am therefore of opinion that tha dem demurrer
urrer demurrer as to the jurisdiction of this
Court fails.
In dealing with the demurrer in res respect
pect respect of tho particular claims made in
the statement of complaint I atu
bound to say that tha pleadings, on
both sides. are open to criticism
Tho Counsel for the plaintiff Com*
Prdj excuse thomsslvea on the
ground that in » Petition of Riftht
it is not necessary to elate the esse
with ihat particularity and concise conciseness
ness conciseness as are required in an ordinary
*otio-\ There I th'nk that they
ore w ccg iu comparing these
proceedings to those in a Petition
cf High*. They may, if they like,
call ii a T.inidad Petbiru of High' ;
and it m»y be convenient thus to
draw a dietino'ion between pro proceed!
ceed! proceed! gs of this hind trd an ordin ordinary
ary ordinary sc ion. But to call it a Petition
of B’gbt without any distinction
must he wrong. The mos 1 : cuLabls
and the proper term for these pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings Is, “ A suit against the
Government”; and save and except
os Order 63 altera the mode of
prccreding in such a- nit, I think
it should be in accordance with the
general nilos of the Gem!.
Aa so whether tho abatement cf
ecaap'auil discloses a legal cause of
action, 1 think it dots. There ig
nr; allegation e( a contract, ard be
breach of it ; and relief id prayed.
Tho tfcxltmcti does not comply
attic ly tviib the rides cf pleading,
but if the defender,! wishes *• take
objection to tho irregularly, h i ovn
not do so upon demarrtr A Rrfi s
deal bas bean said ne to whether a de deolaralion
olaralion deolaralion of t lie < r tin Injunction o.n
bo usk?d for its these proceedings.
Aod it ha; been oonlended that they
oarnct because tha Court bus no
power to enforos such decrees
against tbe Governmeat, I nerd
not however, ilko up Ihat point ;
let as T have said, I ana cf opinion
that the fools s'atcd disclose a
sufficient nruse of action ; i.ml it
will ba for the Court at tha trial io
decide to what relief, if nry, lha
plaintiff Dfropanv ia cn'illed.
In my opinion therefore, the dc dcmuirer
muirer dcmuirer entirely fails ; ftt>d judgment
on it should ba entered for tbo
plaintiff ccmpcDy with coslp.

UNOIGUTI Y OBJKOTH
Have a ccpreeslng eflfd upon ibe
epiti’, st/tir th-j disposition, end
Waip Judgment. Our Enamel and
Beady-mixtd l'alut, will help yon to
make your li.ruo. I’kudu-ti. and
Attiiactivb they are jnsfc the thing
for touching up e)d Fusniturp, Ohairp,
Tables ud Suhts, Doers, Window
Sills, arid Hashes. Scratched Toyp,
Flswot Stands and Puts, Wheel Bar Barrows
rows Barrows and Cart?, the Kitoben Dresser
etc —Fiico 120. end 18a. We £UTr
anteo none wliioh do not bear too
tafcD, Manofaoiurcd exp essly for
tho Hekaad—Geor,;o do Gamipand
Or,, FreJeritk Stie t, I’ar'-of-S »in.
FINE PREBENTS.
Tasteful are ibe Eleotroj laio Wad Wadding
ding Wadding and Birthday Prct-cols now cn
Bbow at theOoEnaopolltan. And cm
Print ß are h* h west in tbu town. If
you tequ’re anything in this lino or
Gold or Sliver J wollery, Table Tableknives
knives Tableknives &: tho vesy best ibiug for y. u
to do Is toca'l at Tha ComcpoHtan
and puicta-o |j your gsln Advt.
EVIRYTUING HAS IT’S RIGHT
PLACE.
Join the 1 i l.'echtiio Watch Club
in t :> hands oi reliable Jewellers.
Tweiffy-four tnonil s guarantee, wai< h
hi;j sled free ofccfic h* at.y iitue, }}y
jiivinq If. pet wci-k, far ilurij weeks
Ger.i’f Keylees beautifully ihas d
hall narked Filver Witch cau ho
obtained. Drawing weekly. Tho hchy
a inocr ca ll w,-. k cases to pay. The
<•’ , ico of , better ie c.p'iouai by
paying ti c difference. Only at the
PolviecbolcCciu / s«'n, L'd. *
J N JAMES,
Manager.
Brunswick Square,
Up jOSitc Xrauiwajr iSxdixxg.

QLODIHd Oim
Wo »ra closing cur watch Club
and must have drawing on Saturday
s* 1 pm. We need barely a fejw
members lo make up only al
this writing Ge* your place and
perhaps your watch for 1/- by Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Only at the Cosmopolitan 28
Qusen Stree*. Advt.
•saioedsoid s,£)a|oog sq< joj
il«o io oipAi -50asw°dta| 3nnom
-sjsd jo si uao siq) pas 'saUHl 1°
da apsen s] oj.q -aansaa d;qapieq
reissxb ||ji3 'utfddaq qissp Pfuoqg
—Sjaiß93;q oiqs||i3A « si piq Aioioog
igaaag mssqaag oq| ui Ao||Od
« Aq papiojgu uq|3o3)ojk2 aqi eao
us qons oj, ‘omoaoj pas iuemiojd
-m3 jo 880] easam 3? A|q|SSod liq\
—luspioau 40j paqoo|ua io ‘ssaaui
iqiSaaat| aaqa „ itsp
Ajp-u,, oq; io) B4V||op mjj ti Aq 2fa||
4 ud laaa-Vid sjcuiocii paiimii osoqu
uaoiUdd jj uopisod eqt Hjqjic-iup
<|j3|iq 'Uuiijsjds iiioA|,%uaSg‘dtqx
•NMoa aaisjQ
ARTISTIC.
It is well to know when one re requires
quires requires a piece of jewelry made or re repaired
paired repaired an inscription engraved in
monogram, script, old English or any
type, that it can be done in an artistic
manner, by Monroe l>ornn, who has
has much experience in jewelry line
Call at 5a Brunswick Fquare and
see the medal made by him, to ie
presented at the coming Bicycle Races
by Borna Cycle Depot and Goldsmith
Establishing! t,.. Ad v t
FORETHOUGHT
Over three Ihoutaml s'-x hundred
(31>00) claims b&vo been paid in
Trinidad by iho Sunbeam Bentfi’.
fc'coicly Limited.
Tho rssult cs foreihoeghi is ap apparent
parent apparent Those who have not taken
advaniare cf such protection should
consult the Hocioiy’a table of rales.
Persons residing in any part of the
Island who may desire information,
nre inched 'c write for the Society's
prospeeffes,
Agents ate required in districts at
present unrepresented.
LOST, STOLEN OR STBAYED.
AT about 10 o’clock on Wednesday
morning from No 25 St Vincent
Strode. ‘4 Shi>op. Anyoon giving infor informatiac
matiac informatiac So Mia.i Jkmxin will be rowargod
DEPUTY ItAßffßAL’d OFFIOF,
Siii Fernando.
4ih December, I9QO I9QO
- I9QO tha Supremo Court cf Trluldsd aud
Tobave Summary Juusdiotien—•
Sac, Fercandc.
Na 44 of 19.0
Between
W ri Bohertson A Ck— PlainUffa
and
Josephiro LaC*i'fo —Defendant
SIOTIOE in hereby given tfcat them will
tt bn »n*i up for sale bcf 're thy docra ti
this t ffie-i it thoheu- ir, the fmecom rs Monday tbo 17th
day of December. IMCO,
Ore Fl nf ‘ m Sovln TvLli wrljhtr, ere
O up ter Scale with weight* acd ore
Wooden liiuio ccve.od with Gal Galvnriyed
vnriyed Galvnriyed Iron Ti'.ea staudirg on
Beds of Pompey Floyd Iu 85
Ju’ioc’H V r ill«g-, Savva* Grande,
Levied upon in Iho above matter.
T F MVKR9LBY,
Deputy Mtrthtl

CAUTION.
| HEREBY caution the ruh'ij ogaiimt
I i’iu ii:»toir;;a of ooitnin (e 'lusivho
nod O'.iccolfi!: , f.c’se'y rtproaontips ssmo
to ho my iiiAnufooture
All Chocolate innile bv me is sold only
at my re*iderce Nj 1 Keii, Btroe*.
OH AS. na da BASTIDK.
FOR SALE
THE P'antatioi q “ DINBLEY" snd
t PABADBE'. (just five miuntue
drive frem the Tac-irfyua Railway Htx Htxtioi
tioi Htxtioi ),situate in the Wanlcf Tsoarigm-,
one cf tho heslihirst in the Island.
The uuderrigr;ed wll l give authority to
if or ary paiticiffara net in thta
avlveitiaimcnt nml which may (e toa toa-8i
8i toa-8i nably nquired by any intending pur purch«S‘
ch«S‘- purch«S‘ .
011-tre will bo iwivcd bp the uniTtt uniTttsig
sig uniTttsig e ! tip to t coo, cu Saturday, |te 15 December i ext.
Particulars :
Oinalftv 1 . 017 * ‘ Jr ® f P Ml, y
‘ilOlvj plauto l in canes,
Sngcr Plant ci roplate, Good Dwelling
Hcuae.
Al eut 1,600 tens of Cat es iu h*tula
of farmer*.
LIVE STOCK,
Valued »t over fflO-t!
Paradise— Paradisecf
cf Paradisecf land,
G; cJ* uppljr cf liver gravel. Imp rtant
i •■(•y >l*l irg n Inrje rentsl. Both
r*'-.q»rti«-a halt] umli-r the Utal Frofarty
O.tioaace. Alcothe
haefa Cecilia Estate—S.i'w.% I“<
Or- p uthe, coi.talcing 204 »otes of the
the ilcLi-at acil lo tba Oolony. Os these
1) acres r.ro under estate cultivation ard
83 urea In tbe handa cf orntiactora.
The: o ate over IV,OOO frees cn the estate
JOHN DBNNI3 BKLLIE!!,
Bolioitcr,
liu. at. Vincent street,
l\rtwft?p»lu.

ANNUAL SALE
—o»
GOVfRNMfNT STOCK
WILC BE HKI.D At
ST. CL Alii, on Friday, the HfA
December. 1900.
SALS TO COMMBNUB AT 12 NOON
The ’’S'do will comprise one Ck>l6, 44
pure end cross bred Cattle, Ram. Lamb
and Poultry.
HOBBS
No. 1 Chin Chin—Ch etnnt Colt 154
hh, 1 P-12th years old Dam ly Best and
Brevier, Sire Serpa Pinto.
COWS.
2 Cows in Calf, One Pure brod Zebu In
Oalf.
HEIFERS.
1 4 bred Heifer 1 year 2 mio. H daje
Ido ‘do Ido Ido 14 do
Ido do Ido 1 do 11 do
Ido do Ido 7 do Bdo
Ido do 3do Ido 2do
Ido do 2do 1 do 2do
Ido do Ido odo sdo
Ido do lO do 21 do
Ido do lO do 20 do
Ido do lO do 18 do
Ido do lO do 16 do
Ido do 9 do 28 do
1 Fn*e Bred Zebu Heifer i year 2 mo*.
24 days-
BULLS.
1 Pure Bred Zebu Bu i 2 yrs 2 mce 12 dy»
1 ds do do do 2dol do 20 do
1 do do do do Ida 11 do
1 do do do do Ido4 do 9 do
$ BRED.
If Bred Z-bu Bull Iyr 9 nets 7 dje
l do do do ldo 8 do 27
1 do do do Ido 7 do
1 do do da Ido 2 do 2
1 do do do Ido 1 do 9
1 do do do Ida 0 do 27
HALF BIiKD
1 | Bred Bull
11 do do
OXZN.
1 J B ; ed Zebu ox rising 4 yer.rs
1 do do do do
l da i?o do do
] do do do do
1 do do d.e do
1 do do do do
1 do do do do
i do do do do
1 ffo da do do
T Jo do do do
t do do do do
1 do do do do
1 do do do do
1 do do do do
4 Ram Lambs—Shropshire Bretd
POULTRY.
S:me Silver WYANDOTTE FOWLS
Condition op sale :
1. Terms cash duo ?ad payable on fall
of >fce hammer.
2' Immediately after the fall cf tho ham hammer
mer hammer the lot stands at ihe risk if the
Puichaocr, when he ehall bo liable
for h?s bid,
8, Tho lot must bo removed wjlhin 8
days of tbo sale Cataicjues cf tbo
e?.ie vsi-b full particulars may b*
obtained in cpp’ioation to Messrs F
J, Soott end Son, Government Auc Aucfi’Oteera
fi’Oteera Aucfi’Oteera Ko, 1 St. Vincent Street
or to the M -c»g r cf tbe Govern Government
ment Government Stock Form
iSgc.) CBAS. MEADEN,
Manager Govt. Farm
F J SCOTT & SON,
Gcvt, Auctioneer*
fit. Clair,
2nd On’ ('her, 8 ,
GH..ND a)N<7l<;liT.
10 BB GIVEN BV
The Byndmaa Minstrel Company,
IN
Friday, 14th Doer., 1900.
AT THB
PKLnOE’S BUILDING.
Programme :
Valsa —Bank of Mississippi.Excel Mississippi.Excel[sior”
[sior” Mississippi.Excel[sior” Btrlog Bsind
fH.M ,Ooy,. .Boprt.-
ino, Misses Bmith,
Julian & MuCalb.
Alto Mr Glssoow
Toner Messrs Noel
• and Barkor Bass
i Long Garden md
[ Griffith.
8. Vslee—Nioolas Rmacdo Bund
4 Laucors —Duke of Fife Rai d
6. Bar jo Solo M' W Labo.di
6. Polka-La Portugal ....Bond
7. Valso-El Mcohd Bard
8. Hong and Chctun H.M Oor.
0. Lancers— Connaught ...Band
10. Danza—La Crlolla Band
Intermission Intermission-1,
1, Intermission-1, Valso—Danoiig Girl,,., Ibsr.d
2. Song aud Cho u* H M Coy
8. Lenoeta-Vanity, .Band
4, Valso—First Kiss Band
5. Comic Sr>Uf 1 Mr Lor g
(1, Pc tha—Boroe Ikuohe Bard
7. Comic Beep- Mr Noel—Tho advent advent[a;o
[a;o advent[a;o cf n ihy goods clerk in Margiri a
8- Vslse—Heliotrcphe Band
9. Borg and Chorus H.M.Ccy
10 Dunzi Bouquet de Rome
Intermission Intermission-1.
1. Intermission-1. Valre Despedida Hard
2. Ccmio Song., Mr Laborde
3 Lanc^ri-Patience Baud
4. Ucuiic Readihg Mi Parkit tcn
6 Va’Bw...Magdalena Hind
d. Bor g—A'a* s Farewell.... Mr Glaecow
7 Valse—.Tree Jclie Band
8* Comic Song— Mr Gordon
9’ Valae—9oi're Lea Olas ..Band
10. Galop—Quick step.. Band
1 God Save the Queen”
A. BLACKMAN.
Secretary
I). HYNDMAN,
Director.
Rim auks -The whole will bo acccm
pauhd iiii the Harp and Guitar, by
M-- Ryrdmnu slid Farrelb Tickets will
b« sold at ‘ho door od the night of the
con cert.
Wore jo lei :
BETWEEN Meserf. Muir, Mar Marshall
shall Marshall & Cj , acd A. Dtolc, Jnr.,
gjod business locality: Immediate ,
possession,Apply to A, Dcole, Jnr. '

Diego MzrfJnßiQis
TO BE HELD
IST JANUARY 190 l
OFFICIALS:
Judge j r R B T-dd
Starte * J l, i\ ytr, Esq.
Assistant Shorter. ... LA Brunta*-, K. q
Clerks of the ('curie. F Kâ–  es. E q
,i .. M< !\ hrH HmL Ktq 1
„ . .L ti i Prfejsur, E*q I
Clerks of ’he Pad Jock. ... Cspt IS Vt L’.o l - I
ri I«*Z*rr, Kfq
Clerks of the Scales Dr Ftrcum
Oha*. Vi icon*, E q
\ A S I’oweD. E q
Reference Com- * TS Hcndrloksvc, Etq
mil tee I W H VicooLf, Eaq
"McD raid H«rt, E#q
A De Boiesietp, Esq
. M A Hart E. q
}0 E Vi: csn‘, Etq
G Bi-yack, Erq.
Hon Sec, & Treas’er.. Kerry Durant, Esq
Assistant Secty R»tph Durani, Erq
WEIGHT FOR HEIGHT
14 hands to o&rry B*k Bile (1151b*) and
gibs added or allowed for every half
loch,
PFNALTIE3.
Fir it nln—Five pound" ; every ether
win fr»'’r ponu.’es xtr?.
PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME.
No-1 THE MAIDEN —1 pro. 4 Fur Fur);>»£*.
);>ȣ*. Fur);>ȣ*. Open poi In i 4 band 2 irobes end under
»h-t bhvo revar won j übllc money
A Pi fee of id dda. of which aeocnd
horse for lf.ifiht. Eutraoce ’0 eklliiig*.
No. 2 THE DIEGO MARTIN FARM
STAKES—-1.80 |>. ra. 6 Fat lor go
Open to ell potios cot thoroughbred
14 Ist de 2 ire' is and under. A
p- z . of 6° dele, ff which second
h.ir.e to receive. 10 dole, Weight
fiv height, Eot'anro 80.
No, 3 THE iLEEKS PURSE—2 r rr..
4 Furio >-*. Open to common bred
pork's 14 hands and under, A
przs of 25 d: Is. of which second
horse to receive 6 dels. Weight for
height. Eiitru.' ca 10 shillings
No. 4, THE MERCHANT’S PLATE—
A Bnndicap. Cte mile. Open to
si heroes cot thoroughbred, 15
hands rod under. A prize of 80
dol-. subscrUed by ibe Merchant*
ts Port-cf-Sf sin of which second
berse to receive 15 dels. Eutraoce
8 doir.
No. 5. TLiE I'ONY HANDIOAP-3.80
pm. G Furlongs. Open to pocies
not ihorcugebred 14 bands and
ucdor. A prize of 50 dol*. of which
second to receive 10 dole. Entrance
5 dels.
No. <) THE DIEGO AjARTIN WARD
STAKES—4 ;> m A Handicap, 6
Furlongs. Opeu to common brad
pot iee 14 hernia 2 inches and under
a prize ci 33 dels, of which second
to receive 5 dole. Ectrsnc. 8 dole.
No 7 THE H ACK RAOK-4 30 pm.
O' o in)!*'. Opcr: to bona fide Hacks.
A prize cf 25 dole; cl which second
to receive 6 dole. Oat* h weight
cv.r 10 stone, Gentlemen ild ra.
Eutrsneo 10 shilling*.
No 8 THE BREEDERS' STAKES—S
pm. A Handicap. 5 Furlongs.
Open tr l>e;cea foaled in the Island
rs Trinidad and Tobago, not
ti o.xughbred A priz. cf 60 dots
of which second to receive 10 do’s.
Entrance 6 del*.
ARTICLES.
No I—Three hersea to race, or no eeoond
prize will be given
No 2—Eutranoo to race stand 2 shillings
Children hall price , to Paddock 2 shil
lings.
No 3 ill entries to be made and paid to
the Clerk of the course before 3 o’clock p.m
on Thursday 20ih December at the ... ’«
dard Establishment Port of Spain,
which date no entries will be taken. Tbe
en'oir of tbe rldera to be declared at time
of entry.
No 4--Races to ocmmence at 1 p.m.
bell will uk tong (or saddling, and one for
borsea to proceed to tbe poet after which
five minutes will be allowed and horses
then at tho post will be started.
No s—All5 — All objections or disputes arising
In connection with any race shall be
determined before the oioee of tbe meeting
by tbo lteforenoe Committee whose decision
In all matters iB final.
No 6— ln the event cf a walk over only
halt of tbe stake will be paid.
No 7—No Jockey will be allowed to ride
bo is not properly dressed,
No B— Measurement of ponies at 12
’olook on race day.
No 3— Owners to pay 4 shillings for for
uso of Paddook for each horse entered tbe
the meetings. Amount to be paid at time
of entry.
No 10—Kntranoo to race oourse—Car oourse—Carriages
riages oourse—Carriages 2 shillings. A nnlmals under saddle
2 shilling Stewards and OtlrUls In their
carriages or on horse back, free.
HENRY DURANT
Hon. Beoretary and Treasurer
AUCTION SALE
ON
Tuesday, 11th Peer,, 1900,
At tho Ucmmercial Bale Rot mr, No. 1,
St. Vinooct Struct, tbe following goods :
BY order of the Honourable tbe Sur»
I eon General the following from
Quarantine Department: 4 large Hang Hanging
ing Hanging L*mpe—ooropletr, 4 Spare Globes
and Wicks. 6 Hurricane Lempa, 1
Tcmbowllng Lamp, 1 largo Han 16 Oacdif etickv, 4 E F Salt Spoons, 2
Kw*r*. 1 Batin, loe Mallet, Clock, 4
Lor king Glasses, 6 Deck Chairs, 4 Spring
Mattresses, 2 thumb Trays Ao.
By order of the Honourable the Pro
(eotor of Immigrants : ONE BOAT
from Immigration Depot.
FOR OTHER INTEREBTS TO CLQBE CON CONSIGNMENTS.
SIGNMENTS. CONSIGNMENTS.
JR Osset No; •Alcohoilo Beer and
Stout. A few dozen Claret In qnartc
And sundries ea nr-y appear.
Sale at 1 p.m —Terms cash due on fail
cf the hammer.
F J SCOTT A SON,
Government Auctioneers.
NOTICE.
rpHE residence cf Mr Jon„a Wilkinson
â– L Registrar cf Birtba and Deaths for
tbe Hiutb-eudern District of Port of
Spain, is removed to No 8, Henry St.
obliquely oppcsile tbo Grocery of Messrs
Stephens and Soott 1

OTTR
BOOT & SHOE
j .* imam
DEPARTMENT,
ooc
Ill’s and Ladies hois 1*
From 2/ to 3 dollars.
Chinese Straw Slippers at 200 and 24c
Carpet Slippers at 36c and 48c.
Ladies, Girls and Children's Floral Slippers at 18,20 and 24c.
Gent’s and Ladies’ Ton Slippers at 600 and72o
Gent’s and Ladies’ Venezuelan Alpargatas
GENT’S FINE GLACE TAN E.S. BOOTS
OKN J"8 HEAVY Dl< RBY LACE BOOTS,
Gent's Heavy Balmoral BOOTS.
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Lace Boots, round toes
Gent’s Fine Satin Calf American Lace Boots, needle toes
Gent’s Heavy Leather Tap Sole American Lace Boots,
round toes.
Gent’s Fine Glace Kid Pump Boles, Amerioan Boots (Lace
and E. S.)
Gent’s Fine Box Calf American Lace Boots, round toes
Gent’s White Buckskin Tennis 800t.5, Gent's Tan Tennis
Boots—good quality.
SB: CUR YOUTH'S—IRON DDKS
American Lace look
LADIES' WHITE SATIH COURT SHOES.
Ladies White Kid Strap Shoes, beaded toes and bows
Ladies, GirJs and Children’s Family Boots
Ladies, Girls and Children’s Glace Kid and Cloth Top Lao
Boots
Ladies Lasting and Glace Button Boots
Ladies Fine Glaoe Kid Button Boots, stitched forepart
Ladies Heavy Calf and Grain Lace Boots.
SWING MACHINES j
$6 to sls,
Gent’s Fine Glace Kid Lace and E S Shoes
Gent’s Fine White Buckskin Lace Shoes m
Men's Single and Double Sole Army Bluchers ,fro f •
to 10/.
B*own, Black and White Boot Polish.
5
Ruseo-Gombination Cream for Tan Boots ,
Eureka Combination Cream for Box Calf, Bed a
Leather
CANISTERS A W* 1 * 6
In all sizes,
GENT’B WATERPROOF OVERCOATS
Fromls3.6o to sl(Leach,
j§
fittOE ttO*KB Os AU
BOOT & SHOE LACES trom ao'.to 6o P«
Michael P. MaiH ar( *
EL POPULAR.
Corner of King and Frederiok, Bte®®*®*



STEPHENS & SCOTT. THE STORES.
—— 9 __________
GRAND SHOW OF CHRISTMAS GOODS
COMMENCING MONDAY 3rd INSTANT.
We will make a e^ar^® n^a our immense stock of high-class, up-to-date Goods. The shipment received per R.M.S last week has opened up remarkably well and contains many good things
v.. Possibly you are racking your brains, thinking of what you can get this Christmas for your relations and friends in the way of nice and inexpensive presents?
When in doubt try “ The Stores.”
Wfi °/ f d 8 Presents, for young and cld of all classes in the Colony. TOYS & GAMES of every description, DOLLS (dressed) and Dolls (un (undressed)
dressed) (undressed) an immense as c orfme t, Rocking Horses (ai! sis-is), Sailing Boats, Engines, Steamboats, Merry-go-rounds, Pianos, Horses and Carts, Parrots, Birds, Babbits, Bicycles, SOLID SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS.
WALKING CANES—ASSORTED WOODS-SILVER MOUNTED AND WITH SOLID SILVER HEADS.
But to give a list of all the good things to which we would call your attention
we would require the whole paper,
'£ jSi I w m, (t 'ilSd' 'W’Hfc yST MAD Or as soon after that date as possible and share
A—'jAAin the good things now offered at

Marble Tombstone
Artistic Monumants,
Made in Italy, by skilled Sculptors. For sale and made to
order, QU particulars, and three splendid specimens, oan be
seen at onr office and show rooms.
Ml. J . TA.UJRFL Go,
Comer of King and Charlotte Streets.
THE ORINOCO
Shipping and Trading do., Ltd.,
68, KINO BTBBKT, PORT-OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD,
166, FBNCHUBCH jRTRET I.ONDON, K. 0,,

MAOABEQ LINE.
0. S Bobivab
V, F Manbakabmi
B. a. Dim
To# Ea>j Cablos

Regular Stows** rervfcojrocn ' tfca' Islsm', a».d te and # -cn, Tobago by the
•8- 14 Manaanare* " under Goveriiwant OouDu t r.-*rrjli>* Maifa and Poeecngora
Ixcarsloa wwl Family Ticket:, baaed for v! c r -und tr«o arecs’s! rates (un»a?»
teatoded).
Regular combined seiviw by tbo G: 3, •'Y ncodor ’ end 3,3. •'Boliver 1
ww«an La Quaira, Quanta, Cumer.a, Margr.- ts (crlamar), Oarupano, Trlnid- .l
wd Ciudad Bolivar,
Sbreugh tfokets Laced between la Ger.'vn, PrrGct? ain arid !nt?rros.’Ute
fwfcjj *od points cn tbo Upper Orinoco eeirf.' V* ■I t n r *f®* of freight fceVteen Quid* * '*< irer and Europe, and between
M Qneira and the Intermediate portc oc the Vat i snd JKuropo.
_ »or pattafee, freight and all InicnmoMon, wi> I; at the Company'* OMef 01800
ferttl-Epak', Trinidad.
Tdepheae. Telegraphic Address.
” SMr » Cmc? Ke. p.g / Lender.
OcpetohOffifs 121 I IGnliLd
Wtieboßw ]Pd Vbhcuso t Owaoee
Cnee Box No W. Mew Ycik
The Great French Remedy
FOB INFANTS.
The Nurse’s and Mother’s Treasure by Dr.
P. E. Pioault,
This excelled eootblrg preparation can be given with the
greatest safety to Infante end young children win ruffer
from Golioe, Winds. Vomitings, Dlerifcoo’, cr Lcosemss
of the Bowels, Aoldity of tbe Stomach and Intestines end
all the oomplainta to which children ere subject. Tbe
Treasure greatly facilitates Teething end const quently
prevents these oonvuiticra which carry eff eo many child children
ren children every year, 240 PER PHIAL only at
BAMSEY’B PHARMACY,
Xmas Toys, Xmas Toys
—OOO
GREAT REDUCTION IN TOYS!
People requiring Toys for Christmas Trees, Distribution of
*nzes and Bazaars should call at the Viotoria, 13 Frederick
Street, before going to any other store,
All cut 2a and 2a 6d Taya going for la eaoh ; ail our la and 1/6 Toya roidr
M e * c “ ; all oar 6d and 7sd Toya going for 3d each ; all cur 3d and
id Zoya going for 2a each,
La*ge assortment of Furniture just arrived
—AT— —AT!*•
!*• —AT!*• LUC A Co,, The Viotoria, No. 13, Frederick street.

D: JUVEB BTEAMEB3.
F. 3, Apubb.
?, 8. Goan abb.
P, S. Maspabho.
P. 8. Sooobbo
P, 3- Uakob,
S. BfioBOiKIJO,

THI FOBI OF SfAIN GAKBTTB! FRIDA? DECEMBER 7. I'iOO

>»♦«<.
REALLY GOOD
BORDEAUX WINE
Only $1 70 per Demijohn.
Cost of package refunded when returned in good condition,
ATH. FORTIES.

Steamin' Movements.
KOJUrKLIJK® WESTiNDIBBS
SfAILD NBT,
XYi Nt+s CcknUl Cmxmxt LUt,™£oititi
T.RINB WILLEM 111-The Dutoh Mall
l Stmr Prliis Willem 111 Is due here frera
Amsterdam via Paramaribo and Da merara
"n ct sbeut the 'Oth December, 1900 pro-
Lcedfog afterwards to Carupano, Cumana
Cluauata LaQualra, Pto. C abello, Oursgao
Jacms’, Aux Cayes, Port au Prlnoe and
New York, taking cargo, passengers, and
malls.
3 \RINB WILLEM IV-The Dutch Mai
ji_ Steamer •• Prlns Willem IV” Is duel
nere hum Venezuelan Porta on or about
tbo 131 b December, 1900, proceeding after afterwards
wards afterwards to Demerara, Patamarloo, Havre and
Amsterdam taking oargo passengers and
malls.
JEANNE— Tha Dutoh Mall Quartered
Steamer Jeanne ” !c due here
from Amsterdam via Paramaribo, and
Demerara on 01 about the 26th Deoember
1900 proceeding afterwards to Oarupano,
Gumanv Quanta, La Guayra, Pnerto
Qabel'o, (Jureoac Jaomei, Aux Cayes, Fort
au Prlnoe and New York taking oargo pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
PBINB WILLEM 11.-The Dntoh Mall
Steamer M Prlns WUlem II” Is due
here (tom Venezuelan Porte on or about the
27th Deoember 1900, proceeding afterwards
to Demerara; Paramaribo Havre and Am Amsterdam
sterdam Amsterdam taking oarpo, passengers and malls,
TBINIDADLINE OF STEAMERS
Trinidad, Shipping 4 Trading Co. Ltd,
MARAVAL— The r.s. “ Maraval” of tbs
Trinidad Lins will leava tor New York
on tbe 12th Deoember, 1900 and Ir doe
there on the 2tth Deoember;
GRENADA- The s,e. •• Grenada" of the
Trinidad Line will leave New York,
on the s!h Deoember, 1990, end Is due
here 14th proximo,
THE ROYAL BTEAM PACKET CO.
F 8 Scott d Son—Agent.
]? SK-Tbe R.M.S. Esk will leave for
Iw Southampton (Don homeward from
Barbadoes) and other West Ind'a Islands,
Demerara, Surinam, Colon, &c, &c, on 6th
December, taking cargo, passengers
and mails.
TP DEN —The K.M.S. Eden will leave on
'j Wednesday, 12th December, 1900, for
Tobago and La Guaira, taking cargo, pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
EDEN —The K,M.S. Eden will leave for
Southampton (Trent homeward from
Barbadoes) and other West India Islands,
Demerara, Surinam, Colon, &c, on 20lh
December, 1900, taking cargo, passengers
and mails.
L SK—The K.M.S. Eak will leave on
* Wednesday, 28!b December, for
Tobago and La Guaira, taking cargo, pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
ROBNEATH.— Tb* Royal Mall Chartered
Btr " liosneath " due here on or about
12lh Deoember 1900 will take oargo lot
Havre, London, Hamburg, Amsterdam Ac
KREDEHFck" Lâ–  YLa ND & CO (1900 J
LIMITED WEST INtHA A PACIFIC
BRANCH.
Nero Calcmal Company Limited-Agents
BERNARD HALL—Tbe 1.1 * Bernard
1 due here boa Liverpool vie

Barbados on or eboat tbe Uth December
.'9OO proceeding afterwards to LaGoajta,
l’to f.'ahello; Curaoao; Bavanllla aud Carl
tbagfua taking oargo paessngers and malle.
LONDON LINE OF STEAMERS.
New Colonial Company Ltd. Agents.
ti ABA—The London Direct Line Steamer
1 “ Saba” is due here from Loudon via
Barbados, on or about the 15th Deer., 1900.
proceeding afterwards to Northern Islands,
taking cargo, passengers and mails.
COMPAGNIE GENERAL TRANSAT TRANSATLANTIQUE
LANTIQUE TRANSATLANTIQUE
C Leotaud d Son Agents
V’ IDLE Dr* TANGKR-The French
mall steamer 11 VUle de Tanger” is due
here from Demerara on tha 7th Deoem
bet and will leave the same day for Bt.
Luola. Martinique, Guadeloupe and St
Naaaire, taking passengers, malls and
oargo,
XABRADOR— The French Mali ataa»
J mor " Labrabor ’• is due here from
Europe via Guadeloupe aud Martinique on
or about the 11th Deoember, proceeding
afterwards to Carupano, La Guaira, Puerto
Cabello, SavanlUa, Colon and Port Limon,
taking passengers, mails and oargo,
VILLE db TANGER—The Frenoh Mall
steamer ‘ Vllle de Tanger” te due here
from Europe via Guadeloupe, Martinique
and Bt Luola on or about tbe 24th Deoem Deoember,
ber, Deoember, proceeding aftanrarde to Demerara,
Surinam and Cayenne, taking passengers,
malls and oatgo.
LABRADOR,— The Frenoh Mall stea steamer
mer steamer “Labrador” is due here from
Veuemelan ports on or about tbe 30th
Deoember, proceeding afterwards to Mar Martinique,
tinique, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Santander, Bordeaux
and Havre, taking passenger?, malls and
oargo.
mm Intelligence.
ARRIVALS ARRIVALS-6th
6th ARRIVALS-6th Dec.
ELINA, Gcrniau stmr, Bruhn, 967
tons, 29 hours Demerara—94 bun bunches
ches bunches plantains and 4 dkrs—Gordon,
Grant & Go.
GKAPPLEB, Brit telegraph atmr.
Borehan —tons, 28 hours Ht Lucia,
DELTA, Vcn stmr, Matbison, 236
tons, Bolivar 21 donkeys, 7 mules,
3 horses, 223 oxen. 32 bales baiata,
2 bales sandals, 861 pkgs general
cargo for transhipment to Europe
and 11 dkrs- Orinoco Shipping and
Trading Company Limited.
DEPARTURE
6th Dec
ELVAC, Brit schr, Grafton, 98 tons,
Montserrat —sundry pkgs mdzo
DIANA, Ven sloop, Coiuachu. 23
tons Bolivar—sundry pkga mdze
EDITII Brit sloop. Daniel 18 tons
Grenada - sundry pkgs mdze and
4 deckers.
CLOcK OF &IAILI3,
Mali* for Br. Luoia, Martinique,
GuwioiOupw and Europe by tbo ts 3

*' Villa do Zander " will be closed oa
Friday the 7th instant, at 930
o’clock, a. m. precisely, Registration
clones at 9.
COLONIAL BANK EXCHANGE
BILLING SATIS—MUDS*.
Draft*
90 days ~ 4.83 per £IOO
80 i, ~ 4.85 do.
80 „ 4.87 do
8 .. 4.88 do.
PASIB,
DrafJs
80 days let. 5.17 p*i 8
80 » it 5.16 do.
30 ii ~ ii 6,13 do.
3 ii :i 6,11 do.
Demand on Lloyds— 8o per £ or part,
New York Rato of Hxob&nge 1 o/o prom.
Stamp fee to bo added in every caao-
Port of Spain—l2th Ncvr, 1900
THE iOE HOUBE_ RESTAURANT-
Menn
To-day.
Turtle Foup
Fillet of Fish
Btewed Veal
Turtle Cutlets
Haricot Mutton
Turtle Rteak
Beef Fillet and Olives
Mutton Cutlets
Mutton Chops
Yeal Cutlets
Birloiu Steak
Bump *’teak
Roast Mutton ' Mint Sauce,
Jams, Cheese. Fruit, Coffee
Vanilla Creams (extra)
?0-DAY*S7 IXTURES,
Bud rsma Court, Summary Jurisdie- j
tion, 10.30 a.m.
Isre String Band Concert at Rich Richmond
mond Richmond Street Hall 7 30 p.m.
Concert O.L B. at Prince’s Build Building.
ing. Building.
Herr Nothnagel’s “ Pupils’ Even Evening,”
ing,” Evening,” at St Clair, 8 p.m.
Almanack thi* Day.
k:‘)hwathb.
Port of Os a’n Morn 4 67.. Ait 6,09 p.m,
Bun rites .. .. 6 05 a.m.
Sun sets .. .. 586 p.m.
Moon rises .. ~ 7 04 p.m.
WANTED
FOB
20,000 Dollars,
In oi e or mors sums. None In'; lits*-
class si.curl'i s will Le entertained
•*tp’y t a
LEON AGOSTINI.
Mr.rino Fqu*r#\
4th Deer. 19.0.
THE GAZKTTE~
FOBT-OK-trAIN
FRIDAY. 7tb DECIi 19C0
- ♦-
VILLAGE SETTLEMENT 3.
Owing to the recent railway ex*
tensions and the opening of new
roads as feeders thereto, as well as
to the gradual increase in the cant cantfarming
farming cantfarming industry, village settlements
are springing, up in all the principal
districts of the island, The experi experience
ence experience of the Wardens in connection
with the older oi such settlements,

will we think bear us out in stating
that after a village has been in exist existence
ence existence for a considerable number of
years, the diffiflult’es attending any
attempt to improve its means of in internal
ternal internal communication or its sanitary
arrangements, are so great as to
render the task all but impossible.
Under these circumstances, we would
call the attention of the Government
to the urgent necessity of taking such
steps as may he deemed best (or
bringing all these new village settle settlements,
ments, settlements, under proper regulations and
supervision from the earliest possible
period of their formation. This will
necessarily involve some extra pr. -
sent expenditure of public funds, but
it will save a far larger one in the
future, and at same time avoid any
need of interfering with privute pro property
perty property or what may, in course of time,
be deemed vested rights a proceeding
which invariably leads to much dis discontent
content discontent and all-feeling.
We are well aware that there will
be no little dillieulty in dealing with
some ol the cases, in wi ioh parties
have sold out their own lands, to
form these village settlements, but
we cannot think thut the powers of
the Government are not sulli ient to
get over any such obstacles more
particularly ns any action it may
take in the matter will, presumably
be for the general good o! the villa villagers
gers villagers as well as the public at large
In this connection, we would remind
the Government that there aie no
more ready and effective agents in
spreading epidemic disease, than a
number of insanitary villages scattered
over the face of the country.
A SUBSTANTIAL RECORD
The following remarks of the Hon
Attorney General and acting Colonial
Secretary of Grenada in introducing
to the Legislative Council of that
colony the draft estimates for next
year are of considerable interest as
tending to show a very satisfactory
balance to credit in the public ac accounts
counts accounts of the island.
The lion. Leslie Ptobyn, Attorney-Gene
ral and Acting Colonial Secretary, in sub subruitting
ruitting subruitting the draft Estimates of Revenue and
Expenditure for 1901 for consideration, ex explained
plained explained tnat it had become necessary to alter
the financial year of the Colony so as lo make
it similar to that of the Mother Country arid
Other colonics. Hon. members would there therefore
fore therefore be asked to consider estimates for the
first quarter of the year and then estimates for
the period from the Ist April U>4l, at which
date the financial yeat will in future com
mence, to 31st March I !)»C. The surplus in
the present y ear’s revenue would lie thcjlarge-l
that has ever occurred. The surpl. s, it wax
anticipated, would ain'.iiui to / 18,000, bsiog
the excess of asset., over liabilities. Os the
surplus aisets. £%,'**) were due as arrears
by Parochial Hoards which could not he re
lied upon as having any -pending powers ;
/s,'kH) were invested in South Australia and
Victoria Government Inscribed Stock, and
£2,000 were in the Colonial Hank to the au audit
dit audit of the Colony s re-< rvc fun I. II horn the
£18,900 bi deducted the total of these
•mounts (£10,000) there will be a balance of
£5,000; of which, £4,500 will be available
for public works. With reference to its
appropriation, the works which deserved to be
first considered were the causeways at Ilel Ilelinont
inont Ilelinont arid La Force. Provision was made for
both these work- in the Estimates, but the
work at Bel moot, if properly attended to,
would involve an additional expenditure, for
instead of a causeway there must be i bridge.
There were smal'er item-., inc'udi"g Bridges
at Carriacou and further expenditure on three
schools—one at C'rochu, one at Belmont and
one at Victoria,
Up to 1*37, the year in which Sir
L lfred Moloney was appointed to the

Government oi the island, the revenue
of Grei ada (according to the Colonial
Oflice List of 18!)!)) had not for the
previou > six or seven years equalled
the expenditure, and wax generally
two or three thousand pounds below
tho expniliture. That Sir Alfred
should havo succeeded in less than
*1 years in so re-modelling the adminis administration
tration administration as to leave the colony in 1900
with u surplus of £15,000 of assets
over liabilities, speaks very well for
our nov; Governor’s (inaneial ability;
and though Trinidad is very far from
being in tho unfortunate position in
which t.ir Alfred found Grenada, still
we have no doubt that with a largely
increased revenue, and a reduced
expendil ire ( which we believe to be
eas.ly ft> tib'c), lie would doubtless
be in a position to carryout some at
least of those extensive schemes of
road, railway and harbour works
which arc so urgently needed.
The carters employed in removing
goods from the Customs and Steamers’
Warehouses, where constable Trotinan
is stationed, hive since his arrival
there become far more orderly than
formerly ; unu we trust the authori authorities
ties authorities wiii see the advisability of retain retaining
ing retaining this oilieci’ in that place. But we
would urge that one or or two assis assistants
tants assistants be supplied him, and .hat a few
more men lit- stationed along South
us far as the Railway -Station.
It is not every police officer who
seems to liar a the knack of dealing
witii this class of tradio ; hence some
care is desirable in selecting men.
According to recent telegrams it
would appear that there is much more
need lor a stringent enforcement of the
Adulteration Act in England, than
there has ever been in this small corner
of tho Empire—Until we are in pos possession
session possession of the full details (which will,
we presume arrive per mail next
week) it would be unfaii to say more
than that the fact of it being possible
for poisonous beer to be made and
retailed in the mother country, shows
th: t there is a very big screw loose
somewhere In connection with the
finding of poisinous sulphuric acid in
English beer, wo venture to suggest
to the Committee of the Chamber of
Commerce i: w taking evi fence in re regard
gard regard to the retail butter tic trade,
that it might be well to obtain tho
evidence of the Collector of Customs,
as to what Safeguards exist against
the colony i.oing made the dumping
ground >1 1 oa.. Drugs or Liquors
which are, if not poisonous, of 4 > in inferiur
feriur inferiur a quality as likely to prove
anything but beneficial to the public
health—W ill the Committee take the
hint?—
By yesterday’s Royal Mail steamer
his Worship Mr II T* Hobson, S J P
of Cuuvu .mu (Jbaguauv, and who
h i now, for nearly two years
held the acting appointment of 8 J.P.
of Port of Spain, left to enjoy a well
eat tied three months vacation in Bar Barbados.
bados. Barbados. Opinions may and have
varied in regard to the fitness of Mr
Hobson for the Magisterial Bench of
(CoxriNi EU out Page 4.)

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Tasso, Tasso.
Finest Quality
I
JUST LANDED
FOB B AE BY
LUCIEN F, AMBARD AND SON,
3, OHABLOTTK BTBEET.
14th Nov- 1900
U INTKGRIDAD'
CIGARS AND CIGARETTES FACTOR!
Elaborated with Tobacco Imported Expressly from
Habana & Venezuela.
—
Our cigar?. made with Garipe and Guanaguans, tobacco, are
EXCELLENT AND CHEAPM
We guarantee our Cigarettes to be the best in the island,
made of HABANA tobacco, at the very lowest price possible.
—Our motto is GOOD AND CHEAP 11 Tky them to
DS BUBB OF IT 111
Prices :
CIGABS *’ GENORITAM" per 100 ... 8 ehlilings
do •' EBPEGIALRU da ... 10 do
do '• ELEGANTES ’ do ... 12 do
do 11 VICTORIAS - ’ do ... 16 do
CIGARETTES. a dozen t)«c;k»j?e8 ... 3 ehllllDgs.
Each Package Contunß 18 Cigarettes
i
WHOLESALE. DIS: OUNT IN PHOPOKTION
Port-of*Bp*?B, Trinidad lei Beptembtr, 1900
Walk, No. I D.
RAMIIfEZ & MONTES dk <>OA.
WATSON’S xitx
I S Old Blended
II GLENLIVEI WHISKY |
j | DUNDEE. ”
XM3 n .
Ts la a pur;? matured spiriS of very supericr flavour e«a
I and utyle and enjoys a very popular poaitlou I—,
wherever ntroduced. era
jg Supplied to Ril Leading Hot*s* & Club*
m As a trial of ttiin bigh-ciass Whinky will certainly era
result in appreciation. Send your orders at cnco >o
Hue Agents.
| LEE LUM & CO,
g 1 " | g*
*S POBT-OF-SPAIN.
| ' ——.
a f ' "
1
Arrived!
1 MULES, ~MIJLES.
EX S. fcj. “ GRENADA,”
25 LARGE & MEDIAI â–  UUS
;
To be soen at my stables corner of Richmond and Lower
Prince Street.
o -
ur Kfciaasss.'Orao.
â– : _ .
I TO A LOViSE OF TEA _
Thorn in no more delicious
drink, To meet this the
I CITY DRUG STORE
I fiae a b'end of CEYLON TEA the best rs its k.nd Juai give it a trial
and you wi*l bo convinced by Ua exoall at ucio and flavour.
I BUTHYMOL PASTE, TABLETS & ORKAM for the tee'.b, brevb and
akin. This ia »ho latest produo ijd of medso 1 aolenco.
BROMO-BODA & BROMO BKLTZKR lo qiie your none* ;.t. > isolate
your atomaob.
1 MINERAL WATERS—Viobj, Ce j* li (< m T-Grille ; Uaubana
Hanyadl Jaooa, CarUband k}
GEO. —Druggist,
NIGHT BELL. 17i Park B.rtef.

THE PORT OP SPAIN GAZETTE* FRIDAY DECEMBER 7. 1900.

EXPOSICION UNIVERSAL DEIBB9
Dos
SBIK mis

LA MARCA DE FABRICA Sin qur nos preocupe la competence tie prsclo, que no ptiede tiaesrsenos sino con detrlmento ae ta calidad mantt-
H nemos constantemente la perfeccion de nuestros produces y continuamos deles at principlo que nos tia proporcionado
nuestro exito: Dar el mejoi l producto al procio mas bajo posible.
Para Cottar totla confusion de los comp rations, nemos mantenido iguaimonte :
la unidad de la calidad
que nuestra experiencla de una tndustrla que nemos creado Pace cuarenta anos nos ha demostrado necesarlaysuftclente
La Untca garantla para el comprador es no aceptar coma prcductos de nuestra casa aquellos que no lleoen la marca
Jnt, CHRISTOFLE ag fanricacopiada ailadoyeinomhrs GF.RIBTOFLE en todas letras.
loD ß*»n»iUMm irmtrUM. VhuttK* Beprcaentantaa ta CURAZAQ ron loa S” A. BETfIENCQORT a htjo*. OHRISTOFLB *e,en PARIS

Christmas Supplies !
Christmas Supplies.
O
A large variety of the usual good things are now beiDg
opened at
BOLAND’S PHARMACY.
French Conserves and DallcaoieP. FrcnoH Bon Bod?, Dr«*6:a *rd Fraita,
Frenoh Byrops, Liqaf urr, Wines , Pa- o Grsgse, Gciide, Edam and
Gruyere Cheeer, English Uams-eupcrior quality ~ibe largest and beet
assortment ever received.
Boland’s Pharmacy
LOWER HENRY BTBEET.
STANDARD LIFE ABBORANCE GO..
Established 1835.
Head Office Edinburgh, Scotland*
Annual liiMUHI ~ ~ ~ .. . < £ 1,1*38 868
Eonm Dtdartd , ~ .. ~ ... .. 6,000,000
Fundt'Eitvud ~ ~ . .. .. 9,000,000
Claim* Taid e,ie* ed ~ ~ ►». ~ .. ~ 19,000,000
Emitting Auuranctt ~ ... ~ ~ ~ 24,621,028
MODERATE RATE. ABSOLUTE SECURITY,
Ctibml Surrender ralnsa after Tfcrcs Years,
LOANS ADVANCED cc security of Policies up to IX3 per ramex mine, *t 6 pot cent. Interest,
IMMEDIATE BHDCOTION to borne rates during visits to Europe and other
temperate
PROPOSALS ACCEPTED end Folldaa Utued In the Wsat Indite without
eferor.se* to Head Office.
CLAIMS PAID Imrsedf&tely on proof of death ard title and settlement made
any of ihe Uaapanys Agencies.
POLICIES nzs which age in admitted aro ccoh&ileng&abie alter Two Years.
TAOLU CT OTU'd ar 1 a'! information may bo obtained on application at
kbe Office ci the Ocrspacy, Corner cl Chacon Street and Marine Square Pors-cf-
Spain.
Qffise Heirs: i'?§m 10 io .4. Saturdays 10 to 12
G. BRUCE AUSTIN,
General Agent and lunacies
Sccff - Every year tln.-sa IMS the Hew Bu*lnes* bu exceeded 51,000,000, a result
mtlnfainevl for ao long a period by no etber office* In the
the United Kir jrdcvn, i-ti* |?ar for the fic»S tiros or, record the Stv Bacin<«e
ceeded £3,( i WI6(Wi

FOB KENT.
A NEWLY iklabel Gcltago ia the
crcl and healthy viTcga cf Bar. Juan
de’igtful River at tbe bat!; cf J.ioeo
Eijht minutes wi.’k fr.tn R&Uwsy
Station. Re’it m^ilorst- 3 . Ftr paiti paiticulars
culars paiticulars apply to.
n V JARDIN’E,
K- licitcr,
18a Street
FOR SALE.
A CRKOLE BDILT BUGGY
PONY AND HABNKBB.
FOR CASH OR ON MODERATE TERMS-
Apply la
1\ BLANCJ,
No, 89, B»Gt D/y liivor,
Duke Biroo) Bridge.
Made Like Now.
That* what Gismeno dtee to every
Gmueut (hat is brought to him to bo
CLEANED OR DYED.
The Holiday* aro onmiug or. look up
your faded Suit* and Drums and send
them to Clamena. There U no need to
dieearde suit tr e diets because It U
soiled cr dirty. Remember U'amene
can make It lack at good as r.ew again,
seed It to (Jlamens to be cleaned cr
dyed. The .Tilrldal Dye Worksol S 3
yea’s standing ii Port o( Spain is tbe
only reliable oleanir.fl and dyeing
csUbHvbmeut- in the Weal I udies,
R J J. CLAMENS,
Awarded Dlplc in i and Medal 161)8.
Oorner cf Duke acd George Bte.
Telephoto 15
0 P BORSLY.
Agent.
GARDENING.
I >U’II GOMES CAMACHO Is pre pre«
« pre« pareil t* un-iertr.k» n‘l Mud* cf
g i ei.' a i â– ' (hue in- nth* a o-udir s*o agicem n;
Ho i« now ’n p r*owloi. of • > w plan# to
tn«k« (o'loblb »s in Kng'aod. Furlb r
puticu ars can be tad Inm him at
ii ' laoi.t Circular Rjad, sewed lot aloes
tbe eld Asylum,

rPLATERIA CHRISTOFLEI

GUBIBKTOB o£X££i;@rrofX«3ES

MARQUIS GROCERY
JUiT RECEIVED
A Jarge|asßoitmeat of HUNTLEY
& PALMER'S BISCUITS,
Morton’s J*m*, Fruits in Syrups,French
acd English Swcots Potted Meats.
Boiled and Roast Mutton in £ and
1 ib3 tine, Corn Beef, Ox-lsil Sor.p,
Spinard au Natural, Pate do sols gras
trnffa, Lunch Tongue,
Lisbon Claret and White
Wine, Fine Old Fort Wine
OXFORD AND
CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGES-
Oorner of Oxford & Claror.ee Sts.
FGK _RKNT*
>r-HAT e rnm;diriiß rasiVoa Nos. 4
and 6 Tcnecr lately
occupied by Mrs Sok.Ud t.:u BiulHh
o mp'n-oly furnished, very cool and
healthy, Rent only $;-N) por month,
For furth r psri’-cii>m {..’oaen a.piy to
J N. HARR MAN A Cr)
FOR KENT.
AN Upgleiro Hcaec No 11* Upper
Prinod ntreot ... Down etalre
would do nicely for bushiest; now
cuoopled by lira Donyon... Pesaeec Pesaeeclon
lon Pesaeeclon can be had cn lGth Deor 1900...
Apply lo F Blanc, No 89 Eaat Dry
River,
FOR BENT.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.
THE premises lately known aa tbe Red
Boot Store O, Vincent & Go, Fre Frederick
derick Frederick Street, For particulars.
Apply to
PROTHEROE,
Telephone 219.
Ist Deor, li’OO—lw,
Wanted
riiWO or three Canvassers. Payment
1 by commiiiion. Only tboeu wil.
lmg to work hard and pereiatently
need apply. Apply Sunbeam Benefit
8w iety Ltd.
In the matter of 8. Pereira & Co
in L’quidct’on.
A SECOND erd fi dividend cf
’A'i lu the £ is be bated debated »nd is now yavtb’e at tbe effle*
'J the und»rfigo«d 80. Queen Street,
Put cf Uptio,
DAVID ADAMSON,
Trustee.

The Litfcst Talking Machine
THE ZON O-PHONE.
thinks it tbo moat power powerfal
fal powerfal Machine of the kind,
Cm, nrxw, UJAM. •,

NEW PIANOS
JUST RECEIVED
Several " STERLING" PIANOS ia
black cases, some with 3 peddle
good ana cheap.
OTTO PIANOS,
BlilNSMEjl) FIAKOS
M»wnu«nm
STERLING ORGANS
wish 11 a Lops for calf $50.00
CALL AT
H. MONCEAUX
Conner of Queen h Fredoritk SSreet#
JOHN LOGIE
OLOTBIER a GUTTER
Ecgti to noiifv hia friends and Oca
tenners that ha has received a large
and ae>7 assortment of
-.arm*
00-iiisgs Serges
*c., Ac., Vo avoid disappointment pitas
leave orders early.
JOHN LOGIE,
''TIN:
C/11 .’S3 Mv-Ji>i* -ou-sTf.
FOB SALE.
AN * .g*> t Atcar'uan Vietotl--, rc?r!j
»t>w #o,l a file, etrrg American hcree
Apbiy at
Mi#. VON BAUDIIZ,
6 Wellington Terrace.
Horsss, Horses,
landed To-day
Ex 8. S. “ Grenada, ” Rom
New York.
EIOBT 0-refDliy aelaetod »cd«tjH.h
Saddle and brail Horace, vis;—
1 Petr Bleak Mere#—beautifully matched
1 Black Mere and Gelding—also e goad
match
1 Oray Horso—good under saddle or
draft
I Dapple Gray Mare—A paifoct animal
end gentle.
1 Bay Mare—A stylUb animal,
i Bay Mare-A beauty.
Tb« above animal* have been teUi ted
by a judge and thoa offer* an rpperr u u good hero*
To be te»o el cur Stable* :«d ier
•••by
HUNTER 6KKETEACO.,
&tfaOc* 19W Booth Qoay,

MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
28 ;h November 1903.
Tbinidao.
In the Suprrme Cant cf Trhndad end
Tobagr,—Summary J un'adiotlcr,
Between
Rsratahsll—Plaintiff
a»;d
Bundhco "Defendant.
NOTICE is hereby given tl there
will ho put up for sa'e before ‘.ha
doors of tfco Geurfc House in Port-of Port-of-3pain
3pain Port-of-3pain on Saturday the Bth dey cf
December IfiCO et ,2 o'clock norr,
ONE COW AND CALF
2i BAGS OF BICE,
Levied upon in the above roettar,
DANIEL HART,
Deputy Marshs I.
—' —J»aiM
•s n *‘ -n *®>r* * 4>
11 dT T xr in ft tr i ■*"« ss
-x JJ& od
SEAL JAPAN LIQUID
BLACKING
PRODUCES
A BRILLIANT
AND
LASTING POLISH
Mar day Dreating for Brown Boot# and
She.?, will clean aud remo»» 4 «talra|witb
out darkening the Leather
THE
Polish is Waterproof
WUI notjcab-off.i'cr >..11 the clothing.
JULIANIH, 4ROHER&GD.
Sole Agent
Bull Bos Ale
W*r
fr a kj WHcm
NMHBR'yIW 't"
W*WifiTflP
BULL DOG STOUT
The Perfection of
Bottled Beers.
To be obtained of all the
Principal Dealers,
Tills is the (Mints Season
.
REMEMBER
J&LsOi JmmM JL SmSm. jKw
Always provides for year tupp'ies
Fsasy Articles, Perfumery, Soaps,
Oardo of every description in
English. French and Spanish with
Views, Photon r>t yrureelf or Obild*
drea for borne and abroad.
CALL AT RELLIER'B,
Excelsior Studio and
Central Art btore.
4a Brunewiek and Frederick 61.

BARGAINS
IN
Watches & Jewellery
â– T HE ondo signed begs to Worm hi*
* numfifou* friends and Oiutomen
thst be has jus! opened nn h!« Art
consignment of 1 "
CHRISTMAS GOODS
emenjat which is a splendid lot of
OHEAP WATCHES.
Worth double the prices at which they
arc racked.
JEWELLERY! JEWELLERY!!
Ocmpiieirg QenUomon’s Gold and Silver
Albert Chains. Lrdiea Qaeen Oheisi,
Gold and Silver Chains, Geld Lies
Safety Pica. Brocohes, Earrfrgs, Ficger
Bings, Bracelets.
' LKOTRO-PLATED WARE-Sliver
Souvenir, Tea Spoor s, Rcldler* cf tha
Quo., quite e novelty, and cnftmbia
other at ticks marked down atpdceeio
defy Ocupetltion—Call early therefore
if .tcu with to secure tone of thus
Exceptional Bargain*,
J, ADHEMAR FEBEZ,
Watch Maker & Jeweller,
Corner rs Qaeen & Frederick Street*,
Pert-ts Spain—Oppodto W. 0. RO3B
& CO.
FOR BALE VERY OHSAP,
4, NR Lane’s Low Bed Patent Lever
â– *' Circular Saw Mill with Carriage
eel Song and Patent 84 Inch taw.
Ota Hi inch Double Bn'facer Heavy
Placer and Matcher, Circular Bswi,
Steel Lire Shaft and Steel Pullsye,
Bolting and other Minor Machine* and
appliances for Grcolo Lumber.
Efficient rs regards the tawing oe
Heavy Hardwood Logs, Placing Tonga!
and Grooving. Moulding, Beading etc.
Apply to
Dm OH AS. A. DALY,
Nit Frsdsvlck S» Biwtolwl
WA NT ED
FIFTY
BALATA POLES,
From 30 to 40 feet long
by 7 inches square.
For further particulars spply »*
thuCffiie or at the Works of the
Trinidad Eleotrio Light and Power
Company, Limited.
EUGENE WEHEKIND,
Beoretary.
26th Nov 1900 ______
Notice.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given U»t
• ia pureusneo of *ho powere Wit»®
mertgegere under the Oonvey*ne*i
Law cf Pioperty Ordinaroe, 1884, end
by virtue of adefd bearing detetbe 81»|
cf Jure. 1897. retietered m Ne. Wbci
i 8 ’7, end ma-’e between G»' )r ß J ::■>!),. f tbc ft wn o' 8»n Ff
t':o ort pul endt'ls trteHad JJn’Wiji
and Lor* AtrcclaUon, of tb* «♦** J®
there v,dl be put op far esh
U’O ion by tfco mrdatelgrei *t „ «om.
' M*rt. No, 2 Kt Vi-ceut 6tr«t. «® *°*
* DAY tub lITH tv DsceMßM SB*,
{ 0! C r Olf < k pm.
i. 1 ALd Bint alar
! L udkr,wu « let N,.63 clfi .Vio
cent Sheet, in the town tl San
do at suing on the Ncrth, of
Viccot t Street, on tho Pouth upon
of Arthur Qaorga Macloiyr*. .
Kwt u; ou land* of o < ** >r l ll and on tba Weit upon land* of
Alfred Herbert, together with »»
*fS7Si** 26th day of Hl Hlember,
ember, Hlember, 1900. _ Q|IAW
»**>• **£%s»
For thiHolldml
SPLENDID FOR M FOR EXHiS-L^
JUBI TO HAND
Three magnlfioenl Zonopbo«e»
the latest records of Songs, 8|»e«
and Band Seleotions. ®”® be o» ar g.
Ing machines on th* market
manshlp guaranteed. Beaord* P
tioally [ndestruotlble.
App!f 10
OHAS. 8. FITZWILLIAM.
The Pobt*ov-Bpaw Of'-*’*
and publlibed every _ a»7 port-
Bauvager* at No. lOCb'f 00
cf-Bpsia. Trinidad. B.WA »h* M
nloattoni, Adverttoement* . _
reeeaivad. ~
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