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Port of Spain gazette

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Title:
Port of Spain gazette
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain Trinidad
Publisher:
Port of Spain Gazette
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Frequency:
Daily (except Sunday)[<Feb. 22, 1941->]
Daily[ FORMER <Sept. 21, 1925->]
daily
regular
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English

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Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain

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Began Sept. 21, 1825.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-no. 22427 (June 30, 1956).
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Description based on: No. 13911 (Sept. 21, 1925).
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Trinidad gazette
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Trinidad chronicle and Port of Spain gazette

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THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE.

NO. 12468 VOL XL

clime & a
The Premier Grocers,
li s.s. “ Ctuleur”
COLD STORAGE.
Fresh
CELERY
Oabbages
Beets
Turnips
Dairy Batter
I v
| €XTR\ CHOICE
I Apples
I Pef doz. $144 Si,2o, 96*5
P§r BOX $lO.

The Standard
GROCERY'
•mm ih k. i aoH it.
Just Received: “
§0 Brls’ol Selected Apples
AMO
SO Sees el (Met Grapes
a NJJV LOT
York, t’esria, Swift> Pre-
LJ v mium and Diadem.
Tib Foil Sausage
% Cases of SQlbs.
* ■# 4 - . m §
graporated & Crystalised
Fruits
j
C. & E. MORTON’S
Plum Pudding
T lib and 21ba Ties.
B &:J. B, Machado
Jamaica Cigars
WILL’S CAPSTAN
Cigarettes jtd Tobaccos
TBT US FIRST
fe««- QMLt MEAL WM&L BS*£4
tiLik- iOAquns j jßiraa
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Messrs. ImM, Call i eg.
Wish tjieir Friends and
Customers the Compli Compliments
ments Compliments of the Season. A
Happy and Prosperous
Nev Year to one and all. ,*

Wholesale Trade
*%
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â– 
BTAPI| DRY GOODS
At Landed Cost.
“RASO” LIBERTY SATIN, ASSORTED SHADES.
ART CURTAIN MUSLINS 50 inch at Me.
MEN’S TWEED GAPS at $6.50 and $9.50 per down.
SHEETINGS 72, 80, and 6 inch, BED TICKS. ' ! “7§
36 inch NAVY BLUE PRINTS and COSTUME CLO9HB.
ENGLISH CAMBRIC PRINTS, SOFT FINISH.
40 inch PLAIN and FANCY WHITE VOILES.
WHITE, PINK and SKY LAWNS, Good quality.
WHITE DRILL, COLOURED, DRIMJS, MADRAS HANDKER HANDKERCHIEFS.
CHIEFS. HANDKERCHIEFS.
ART MUSLINS, 72 and 90 neh MOSQILTO NET.
TWEEDS and NAVY BLUE SfiRGB.
54 inch CREA CATALANA ends 2 to 6 yards, at 60s. per yard.
22 and 24 inch ALL WOOL WELSH FLANNEL.
LACES and LACE ALLOVERS.
All the above lines were well bought h a low maiket and are priced
33 1-3 below similar valae elsewhere.
HOIifLS— BOARDING-HOUSES M» HOSPITALS, "' i
Should take advantage of qur offer of Sheetings, Mosquito Neta, Loqg Loqgcloths
cloths Loqgcloths and Bed Ticks.
Very spatial prices to those who aa handle Bale or Caao lota.
â– 
NOTE ABOKBSS; 4
14 Fredeiick Street, Upstairs.
Over u The Merry Widow.” ' ; - PHONE 1243.
J. SKEOcFi CO.
Deo. 6—lot.

TRINIDAD SATUIgkY, JANUARY 1, 1921.

WELL!!!
IT’S THE
Ice flonse Grocery
THIS
SEW YEAR SEASON
FOB CUT PBIOES.
TBEMENBOTJg SHIPMENT RE RECEIVED.
CEIVED. RECEIVED.
Jb.B. “CHANCELLOR”
HUNTER’S YORK~CUT HAMS &U
Sizes per lb. 80c.
FERRIS' “OUB TRADE MARK” all
per lb. 72e.
SWIFT “BREMIVM’ all sizes oer lb.
\ 70c.
DIADEM all Sizes per lb ..68c.
PCCNtC HAMS “HELMET” all Sizes
4 to 6 lbs. per lb 50«.
HUNTER’S ROLLED BAOON per lb.
#4e.
HUNTER’S SLAB BACON per lb.
FINBST CURRANTS per lb. . .12c.
MOSCATCL RAIteNB (Largo Clusters)
MOSOATEL SAnEBS (Rstra Quality)
1 lb. per lb OOc'
SULTANA RAISINS per lb ..54c.
SEEDED RAISINS 12 oz. Plrts. per lb.
404.
CLEANED CURRANT* l I:, PUs pee
lb. 48c.
<»TBON AND MIXED PBEL per lb.
flOe.
IC3LN43 AND CASTOR SUGAR per lb.
40c. , ,
GRANULATED SUGAR per lb ..20c.
CUBE LOAF SUGAR per lb. ..28c.
FLAVOURING EXTRACTS (All Fla Flavours)
vours) Flavours) 1 o*. bet. 86c., € ez. hot.
60c and 72c.*
FRESH GRAPES ppr lb. ..60c.
APPLKS per dozen . .sl.4*.
FRESH CARROTS, BEETROOTS,
TURNIPS A CABBAGE per ! lb.
18c.
ICE HOUSE - SPECIAL CORDIALS
' (All kinds), per W. 24c.
Large Stock of Chazopagaea, Wises,
Whisky, Gi&st, Brandy, £4m, Liqueurs,
etc., etc. 4 *
W~' V m
--et —e
The E. J. Mc&inoey Co' Ltd.
PMjte# ISO, 130, I*l and 150.
• , \ z -i *W || l
at . â– â– 
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Beg?? to wist her;many
clientele and friends, A
E&OBFKROUS Nbw Ybab,

Imm ‘ w M •>:
ll . '/ .• ' ,>%■ ■“
Hiller s Stores Ltd Ltd%
% Ltd% â–  â– 
Wishjtheir Friends and Ous.omers
VI. * |
A Very
f Bright and Prosperous
I New Year.
Wy .. ,
* *

If YOU NEED A TYPEWRIT! R
Ple&se your Stenographer and Buy an
UNDERWOOD
Ih< Machine that hits won all speed contests m New York s’ace 1010.
Marquez Sc Co
69 SOUTH QUAY. SOLE AGENTS
Bayley & Co, Ltd.
Desire through this medium to wish their
numerous customers * 4
A Happy and Prosperous New Year ;
and hope to eDjoy the continued
patronage during
1921.
' 1 » »» 1 111
REMOVAL NOTICE*
m
E. W, O’NEILI of Na, 48 Marins Sqaare,
Wishes to let his customers and the public i* general
know that he has removed from the above address to
No. 6. Marine Square Jk|,
where all outstanding accounts and communications
must be f >rwarded !n future.
Doc. 9—la. . *’ '• L ’ v f§. *
. , LOOK AT THIS!
Clean Bread!’Clean Bread!
; .. JZI. MmI« bread.
William Machine Mide Bread is the talk of
f the '4dwn, Gleati, Wtiok*ome and 'ffivtrtiwm. Made
from Best- Grades of W beaten Flout, you sag en jov
your Lo€ with confidence at last, To be convinced,
get' y our Bbrad at the Diamond Bakery, 41, 43 aid
‘45 Prince Street;- *lk i mh'ntt* “\itf &mifaUon>
*Oeiayis 'Dangerous *Wala§ upl Mfeid 4%
h Leaves for 1 /-. Ttot Bread frem 4.t0 10 arm.
and fdm4 p m up. Inspection incited, sj|Wte§-s
k Uee. 80-~l

TWO PENCE

A New tTear bright, hill
of good cheer,
We wish our friends both
far and near.
DeVERpm & CO,'
mrxLOPS wPwrik ctcu sury
PLrEs.
.- * t- r n w—■
. or csgle
TWO GOOD and LABOX BDTCI
in tke vicinity of Victoria BqMjKjh-
A pp!y to - : '* >
JOS. LAKVf®gB
Auctioneer, Property Broker, «%k
’Phone 172. 29 St. Vinceat WMfli
noticbT"
Our customers and the
Public in general are here hereby,
by, hereby, notified that the Pro Provision
vision Provision business carried on
by us at Cor. He»|y Street
and Marine Sqsafe binder
the name and style of Jno.
T.
with itsefitire stafwill, on
3rd
ferret! to andhierged
our main business %jk, Nt>.s
Charlotte
will recei v© the parse atten- *
tion and good*sesrice as
CouMl.\f< Snriu.'. Ovw •
The following is a iist of the f S U
meat Contracts ffc* y*
ending the 31st nicerniw, 1021
Sch-xlAle 12.- Freeh. *®t Mh.
served ■lttvfltoiiwlßanrwh u> -■
IndUumu. in F Meears. Grell Ss Vof, IM sis
ntainder of tfcs reiony %o h* ( '
chased in the open stiimbife. ; ; \.
Schedule 12a. - fMKSIitbV
(Govenunent Inatitnß t^^^ pi pH oofony
«<> be purchased W the open
market
Schedule 10.-€oo©a * Boile.— Mde.
' Bveriya , Dabeoy.;Doß4#p*«i
Milk to be purchased iu the open
Schedule of Immigrant*
and PriaOßcw, Port-of-Spajn— Port-of-Spajn,
, Port-of-Spajn, San Pw>
Sctnwfa ]P, Burialof Deceiftnt
Hospital Parent® and :—
San Fernando Hospital- Oha*. D.
lj t! E, (J. T>u»»rry.
T&c&rifsir Hospital Eeerlyn Da Daberry.
berry. Daberry. «
St jfpjpb Hospital -Daw
2i*ss.’ AiKasss®.
jftfech Town JX
mtedroa'liospitai-sChas. D, JUerraont. *
Tobago Hospital-itt. S* Peters. *
Articles other than those inclu#d
in the schedules abbv* referred to
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2

I TleTrlniitad Line of Sfesirets
H jnin JOXK TQ TBIHIDAD VIA GRENADA.
■< £ mm »MiTAM» Miua in New York on tke 14th instant and is dne to arrive
I aft Hat port oa or about 83rd iastaot.
l W9m ft.S. **MAj6aVAJL" will leave uus port for New York taking Cargo,
f nagori and mails on or about 3rd January, 1021.
|Ufc “MATURA" will leave New York for Trinidad via Grenada on or about
S ' Mrd metant.
None®.
ttMßai paeasngen tot New Yurt by the Trinidad Use es Stsameie are
fig
fti Mi fnaperte an* be viset by he United Statin Consul.
S, ferin es Tiekete will mm* M boon before saiUag of ateaaMna
nr.taa $ 80.00
Itoar Mbs paid in United States Currency at its equivalent. Intending
â–  IMMNPO saeel deposit 313.00 on booking their passages.
I fag farther particulars apply to
rUSNIBe, WITHY * COMPANY LIMITED,
i !**> Trinidad Shipping k Trading Company, Ud.
««.s
and
Refreshing
Tropical Agricultural
CALLENDER
i 1921.
i â– V; . < }
' ' '
Profusely illustrated and full ot valuable inform information
ation information on Tropical Crops. If you ar e interested send
us your name occupation and Pest office address and
f you will receive a copy gratis.
CHILEAN NITRATE COMMITTEE,
{>B South Quay. Port-of-Spain. |
l Ex Recent Arrivals.
SHOEMAKERS’ HEMF~ COCOA TWINE
PAINTS & LAM? CHIMNEYS.
i I: HAVE BEES RECEIVED
i I ■ « —AT— —ATJOSEPH
JOSEPH —ATJOSEPH OONZ ALES' JL“T”„r"U
Cheapcrlhnn Uaua<.
:(• champagnes”
'■ b «*>
. Why to pay exhorbitant prices, when you can have*
Vte. de CASTELLANE
MERCIEU k Co.
H. BOhNAL A Co.
From $33 op to S3B Phu Cask.
MAD RICE QUESNEI,
Dec. 11 - 2w, 2l Charlotte Bt.
RM cp^^ 1
m IWI • %mJr • M Stetni Picket Co
, L, * PORT-OF-SPAIN.
n —y— ————— —— - -
. . CANADIAN MAH, SERVXOB.
• ; ' "r** * I f .«
*Z***°™ 5 j ftwb, 8L VlßMnt,
mUVUfflfWh * Ja». 1 last. Barbados. St. Lucia,
w Dtuerafa. Dominica, Moutscr MoutscrmaaiXOTO
maaiXOTO MoutscrmaaiXOTO I 5 Jan, IB Jan. Antigua, at.
Kitts, Bermuda, St.
1 h. John and Halifax.
t t ’ *
idcnm I “".rufi m'
mmana , b J “- R?“ita3SS, Bmam Bmamt
t Bmamt . ot Jan 1 21 Jan fit Lusts, Barba*
pABAQUET li Jan I MA fit. Vinsent,
53 Gwnads
~r,«-m-r,ui.. u. -4j.j > in »n «i ■ ■■mi I, wiimim
yarns*** ftKKt S 8 SfltEKfl Company's Lighter si tke BA
iMoZSTaesTTseswe-'O *» **•*-• **“ 41 * M ' °* th * of «*&»«• Only hand
'asaESßi )»kea ea the Tender.
« f#n*ar leaves fit. ▼inant Jetty at i p.m. on sailing days.
inahiidfit he iihnuge without no tie*.
m mwm* j^qqagb.
- 43* MM«fsted te see that their baggage is properly labelled.
J kSKLI*. ean be ebtnined at th Company’! O»oe. All pas pas-3L!?
3L!? pas-3L!? tvmrg* *h«M *>• to**** l - 4 „
-a Meets ms responsibility for it.
siJ!finL i—red* at the Company'* OSm enly.
k BBSS kSrtßw'St K nr appßenttmi
gKr. t v

an row oynrmr baiitta Saturday, jakpasy i. 1921.
tKtmmmmmmmm mm in>i ■■ —i-rnw—swm n *t ■ llllll■l■■m i—- <*» wwMMHMHi

District" Court.
(Before HU Worihip Major J. A.
Lucie Smith 0.8.8. A*st. Magistrate)
Friday.
CRIMINAL JURISDICTION.
Dorothy Doyle charged Mina Louis
and Ada Wuliams for assault, and
Mabel Rose and Anna Duncan for
aiding and abetting.
Evidence was lea in the matter and
Bis Worship fined Louis £1 or ten
days, and Duncan 10s. or seven days.
The others were dismissed.
Mary Clarke v Sydney Bowen—
Assault and battery.
Considerable evidence was taken
and defendant was fined £2 or 14 days
and £1 compensation or 7 days.
Lila Baptiste v Rachael Brown—
Throwing missiles. Defendant was
convicted and fined.
Joseph Alexander, better known as
“ Kola,” charged Clementina Payne
for provoking him to committ a
breach of the peace.
Mr. 1,. L. Roberts ariwared for
complainant, who deposed to the fact
that in going along Duke Street, the
defendant told him, among other
things, that his obe»h man had
died, henct; the reason, he was no
longer in the Force.
Defendant denied the accusation.
She was fined £2 in default 14 days’
imprisonment, and costs 4s. in default
seven days.
The other matters on the list were
adjourned to Monday next.
Successful Rum Raids,
FIFTY-TWO PINTS OF RUM
SEIZED.
On Thursday night, shortly before
12 o'clock, a surprize visit, was paid
one Nathaniel Joseph, of No. fi Rod Rodney
ney Rodney Street, by Detective Constable
Ouada and a couple other sleuths.
The police as a result of reports re received
ceived received had reasons to suspect that
this man was carrying on a warn;
trade during this season in the illicit
sale of Intoxicating liquors and con consequently
sequently consequently Guada, armed with a legal
missive, proceeded to his house and
effected a raid After a short but

WB THANE YOU
For the past week’s patronage and trust that you have saved some dollars by trading with us.
We now beg to tender you the Compliments of the Season coupled with our Best Wishes for your prospe
ritv and personal welfare, in the New Year.
THE MERRY WIDOW.

Movement of Steamers.
THE KONINKLIJKE WEST INDIS.
CHE MAILDIENST.
THE ROYAL DUTCH MAIL.
The Royal Dutch Mail steamer
“CRYNSBEN” will arrive here from
Amsterdam via Dover and Boulogne on
or about the 25th December 1920 pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding afterwards to La Guayra, Cura Curacao,
cao, Curacao, Pto Colombia, Pto Limoti and Colon
taking cargo passengers and Mails.
The Royal Dutch Mail steamer “Van
RENSSELAER ’’ will arrive he.e from
La Guayra on or about the 28th Dee.
1920 proceeding afterwards to Havre aud
Amsterdam taking cargo passengers and
mails.
TRANSATLANTIC A ITAIAANA &
SOCIETA NAZIONALE DI
NAVIGAZIONE.
J. OH SIN I & HI JOS.—Agents.
The S.S. “Ansaldo Sau Giorgio 11. ’
from Pacific Ports, Colombia, Ouracoa
aud Venezuela is expected here about
the end of December, leaving after afterwnrds
wnrds afterwnrds for Cadiz, Barcelona, Marseilles
and Genoa, taking cargo and mails.
THE HARRISON DIREOT LINE.
GEO R. ALSTON & CO. LTD.—Agents.
8.8. “Intaba” will arrive from Dome,
rara towards end of December, proceed proceeding
ing proceeding afterwards to London, taking Cargo,
Passengers and Malta
the B.S. “Commodore” is due here
from London on or about the 4th January
*921, proceeding afterwards to l)emv
rara, taking cargo, passengers aud mails.
8.8. “Architect” sailed from Liver
pool on the 18th Instant and is ex expected
pected expected here on,or about the sth Janu January,
ary, January, proceeding afterwards to Venezuela
Curacao and Colombian Porta.
—
LA VELOOE (ITALIAN LINE OF
! STEAMERS.
GEO F. TTVOGINS & CO KTl>—Agents.
The a.g. “BOLONGA” is due hare
on or abbut the 12th January next, go going
ing going to llarbudos Tenefiffe. Barcelona,
Marseilles, Genoa, taking passengers,
cargo end mails.
, The s.s. “LAKE FLOWS’ ’ is dne
here from, Mobile, on or about Decem December
ber December 24th.
DiCssinakM Pallor.
Mre. BQVALLIUS,
8 and 10 Maraval R^md
’Phone 1188.
D#A T-t v , * it!

successful search, they unearthed 52
pitots of rum and one of aqaisette.
These were scattered about the place.
Failing to satisfactorily account for
these things, Joseph was arrested and
accompanied to Constabulary Head Headquarter*,
quarter*, Headquarter*, where he was charged. He
was allowed £25 bail with a surety.
Another arrest ot a similar nature
was made by Lance-Corporal Walker
upon Jane de Castro and Ren6 Regis,
who were charged with selling rum
without a license. They were re remanded
manded remanded on £6O bail each.
Mr. G, R. Annieette has been re retained
tained retained for the defence.
They will all appear before the
Acting City Magistrate in due course,
Harbour and Marine Notes*
Canadian Trader, Canadian Govt. Ma Marino
rino Marino steamer, arrived at this port on
Thursday evening from, Halifax via
Barbados, on her first voyage to the
West Indies. She is under the com command
mand command of Captain B. V. Bennett, and
accomplished the run between Barba Barbados
dos Barbados and this colony in 25 hours. The
passengers were, George C. Cook, S.
J. Bock, J. C. Roberts and W. Man Mandeville
deville Mandeville from Barbados.
Van Eeusselaer, K.D.M steamer, ar arrived
rived arrived in our harbour yesterday morn morning.
ing. morning. She brought the following pas passengers
sengers passengers :
From Colon—Hector Joseph, James
If. Scott, Walter H. Dunlop, Lionel A.
Cumberbntoh. Ernest Harris, Albertine
Harris and 5 children, Irene Osborn,
Louise Thomas, Amelia Mojica and
child.
From Curacao —Willem Fred. Men Mensiug,
siug, Mensiug, Solidad Boharquez de Mora, Kina
Boharquez, Carlos Sanchez.
From Puerto Cabello—-Arthur F.
(.'lark, William James Kayne,
From La Guayra.—Greta Fckrenfeld,
Maria Louise Rochart, Rush Savory
Allan, Elias Bodriguez, Harold F. Far Farmer.
mer. Farmer. Jose Blasini, Lieut. Col. Bell-
Smyth, Allis Svmtli. Miss Hope Smyth,
Percy Franco, Edward Britton, and
Elie Meyer and 5 deckers. The steamer
sailed the same afternoon for Havre
and Amsterdam.
li.M. Coastal steamer Belize will re return
turn return from Tobago this morning.

Leaner ! Leailer! !
. SHOIEMAKERS AND LEATHER
DEALERS.
Our New Year Resolution is to cut
down prices, and w to do so on account of having received
our extensive Xmas shipments too late.
We have reduced every line in stock,
in some cases as much as 50 pier cent
which is less than cost. We are deter determined
mined determined to sell you and to sell you we
must.
Wholesale dealers don't be ashamed, '
come in and se some wonderful values,
wo can sell you now cheaper than you I
can buy from America to-day at
THE TRINIDAD LEATHER STORE.
L. M. CARTER,
2t Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain.
Dec. ;U—lm.
I
Bli“lkYgg jyjjyjy 3tst : *B*l tiSm,f#o** 1
Nickel and Oxydised Cases.
POST ■* 7« , p a DUTY
FREE * * '* PAID
Strong Nickel Cases.
POST OOq fIJ M’TY
FREE & OU PAID.
*AU complete with straps and sent
by return instil on receipt of ren.k
aiuv, or by DELIVER" 1
Service, if preferred.
ft 1 J F I hi :.
Albany House, Dalton Street
Birmingham, England.
July 3
* * A .Is

I
Shipping lofeiiigeoce.
ARRIVALS.
December 30th.
Canadian Tradsr, Bt. stinr., Bennett,
tons, Halifax, via 25 hours
Barbados, 400 tons general cargo,
4 passengers—To Geo. F. Huggins
& Co., Ltd.
Fenix, Ven. sloop, Garmons, 9 tons, 1
day C. Colon, 16 donkeys, 5 pigs,
3 qtls cheese, 500 plantains, 2
bags provisions, 7 passengers.
Observation, Bt. sloop, Bethel, 20
tons, 1 day Grenada, 123 empty
gasolene drums, 1 passenger.
Van Rensselaer, Dutch stmr., Nyboer,
2,664 tons, 12 hrs., La Guayra, 6
tons gen. cargo, 38 passengers—
To R.D. Mail.
Matilde, Ven. sloop, Marin, 9 tons, 10
days, Barrancas, 2,800 plantains,
3,6301b5. cocoa, 52 bunches figs.
DEPARTURES.
December 31st.
Wild Rover, Bt. sclin., Harris, 54 tons,
Barbados, 76 bags Trinidad coco coconuts,
nuts, coconuts, 1 bag T’dau coffee, 12 drums
T’dad fuel oil (500 gals.), 100
drums T’dad pet. oil (4,000 gals.),
397 bags manure, sundry pkgs.
mdse, and 2 passengers.
Isabel ('. Harris, Amer. 4-masteJ schn
Allen, 988 tons, Mobile, Ala., bal ballas
last ballas —By Alston & Co., Ltd.
Stimpson, Amer. 4-mnsted schnr., Bod Bodden,
den, Bodden, 600 tons, Mobile, ballast— ballast(left
(left ballast(left San Fernando 30tb.)
Canadian Gunner, Bt. stmr., Wallace,
1,455 tons, Dcmerara, 150 bags
dholl—By Geo. F. Huggins & Co.,
Ltd.
Speaker, Bt. stmr., Haylett, 2,68 S tons,
St. Vincent, 750 tons dried lake
asphalt, 250 tons bunker coal—
By Geo. F. Huggins & Co., Ltd.
Closing of iails.
Mails for Grenada. St. Vincent,
Montserrat. Barbados, St. Kitts,
Antigua and Canada, by the Chaleur,
will be closed on Satuiday, ’st Jan January.
uary. January. at 11 a.m. precisely. Registra Registration
tion Registration closes at 9.30 a.m.
Mails for Grenada and New York,
by the Maraval. will bo closed on
Monday. 3rd January, at 4 p.m.
precisely. Registration closes at 1.30
p.m.

GLOVER’S
I DOG
B Famous the World v vc ••
B Book on “Dog Diseases, *nci.
Care and How to Feed."
§5 Mailed free to any address B
#H. Clay Glover Cc., Inc. I
' v US W. 31.» Street i.
iNtowJfork U.S.A.
For Sale by
F. A. JONES—SoIe Agent,
Royal Pharmacy.
- - —— r
FRESH STOCK OF
Messrs. BURROUGHS & WELLCOME
WELL-KNOWN
HAZELINE SNOW AND HELPER’S
MALT AND OIL.
BORNN’S BAY RUM.
In pins nd (Juris.
VIBRONA— The Idea! Tonic Wine.
Getyour Prescriptions carefully Com Compound
pound Compound d at—
THE ROYAL PHARMACY,
33 Charlotte Street,
(Opposite Eastern Market.)
KICK PADDY -
Purchased iu anj' quan quantity
tity quantity at $4 00 per baer of
160 1 b net, delivered at
the Factory, St. Augustine
All comma Ovations to
be address d to the Man Managing
aging Managing Director, St Cdair
Mills Limited, Columbus
Building, South Quay,
Poit-ot-Sp dn.
Dec. 31- lw.
6)8 Best Ho! •>. vells
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EvcryWTy knows this, that’s why we
besiege,! c wry day for our
. BARGAIN i. The public know* us, and
tu.y know our goo. We have every everyruing
ruing everyruing conceivable tiiis rear to make
noth the home and the heart hanov.
OUR PANAMAS are real beauties,
beautiful and rare suitings for Men ;
Ladies Chic Dress Patterns, Hats Stock Stocklugs,
lugs, Stocklugs, Ac., aud delights for the ’uns are
among the stunners on show at
Dumas & Co.
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Crinidad Government Railways
Arrangunftts lor New leir Holiday 1920-1921. %
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PORT-OF-SPAIN BACHS, 31ST DECEMBER AND IST JANUARY, lMj.
A Special Train will leare San Fernando for Port-of-Spain at 6.30
each morning arriving at 8.30 a.m.
A Special Train will leave Port-of-Spain All Statins, to Chaguanas at AlB
p.m., each afternoon*
No Workmen’a Tickets will be issued on the 25th, 26th, 87th
and 31st December, and let Janaary, 1921.
Ordinary Betarn Tickets issued between Friday, 24th Decorated an*
Monday, 27th December, will be available for return np to TuesdfM&th— TuesdfM&thand
and TuesdfM&thand those from 31st December to 3rd January, 1801.
GOODS TRAINS.
To Thursday 23rd December., Goods Trains will run as usual.
Friday 24th to Monday 27th, no Goods Trains will run. Tuesday 28th
Wednesday 29th, and Thursday 30th, Goods Trains will run on nil lines.
Friday 31st December, and Saturday Ist January, 1921, No Goods Trains
will run. Monday, 3rd January. Onward Goods Trains will run as usual.
The Port-of-Spain Goods Shed will be open for the transaction es busi business
ness business up to 12 noon on the 31st December.
CIPERO TRAMWAY SECTION.
rains will run as usual up to Friday 24th December. There will be at'ib
Trains on Saturday, 25th and Sunday, 2Gth after which trains will run *• *>>.
usual.
ISLAND AND BOCAS STEAMERS.
Friday, 24th December, S.S. “PARIA” will run as .usual on Friday, i
including Teteron Bay, but returning direct from Chacachacare to Port-of-
Spain
returning direct from Chacachacare to Port-of-Spain.
Saturday and Sunday 25th nnd 26th, no sailing,
Monday 27th, a Steamer will leave Port-of-Spin for Chacachacare at 9 \
a.m. and Chacachacare for Port-of-Spain at 4 p.m.
Tuesday 28th, the “NAPARIMA” will do the “PARIA’B” early morn morning
ing morning Monday trip, and on arrival in Port-of-Spain will proceed direct to Sat
Fernando.
Wednesday 29th, the usual Service will be resumed.
Friday 31st, “PARIA” will perform her usual Service but returning di direct
rect direct to Port-of-Spaih.
Saturday Ist January, 1921, SB “ST. PATRICK” will leave Port-of-Spaln
all Stations to Chacachacare at 9.00 a.m. returning via all Station* at 4.06
p.m. A Steamer will also leave Port-of-Spain at 4.00 p.m., for all Stations,
returning direct from Chacachacare.
SOUTHERN STEAMER. . |
FRIDAY, 24TH DECEMBER.
S.S. “ST. PATRICK” will perform her usual service and S.S. “NAP “NAPARIMA”
ARIMA” “NAPARIMA” will leave San Fernando after arrival of the Morning Trains doing
the usual Saturday run to Cedros and back.
Saturday 20th December, no sailings.
Sunday 2Gth December, and Monday 27th “ST. PATRICK” will perform., ij
the usual Sunday-Monday Service.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 28th, 29t,h, 30th and 31» . I “;
December, and Saturday Ist January, 1921, the usual Service.
Saturday Ist January, 1921, “ST. PATRICK” will leave San Fernand®
at 6.30 a.m. with passengers for the Races. Returning afterwards at 7.00
p.m. sharp from PoTt-of-Spain.
H. R. MARWOOD,
General Manager & Chief Resident Engineer, Railway*^
For sale.
The Entire Asphalt Refining Plant at La Brea
KNOW.N AS
The La Brea Asphalt Works
COMPRISING:— 1
L 1
2 REFINING STILLS and all appurtenances; capacity 100 tons Epft
Asphalt per day.
2 EXTERNALLY-FIREI). MULTITUBULAR BOILERS (1) t|', :
Aitken & Co. (2) by McNeil & Co. —Glasgow.
120 lbs. Working Pressure;
Size 18’ x B’, with Dome 10’ x?’ 6”.
Shell of %” thick Mild Steel; Tube Plates I*4” thick.
Containing 126—4” diameter Tubes.
Both Boilers in Brick Work Setting and fitted with Oil-burni*fJ|
apparatus.
1 EXTERNALLY-FIRED MULTITUBULAR BOlLEß—made »
U.S.A.
120 lbs. Working Pressure.
Size 18’ x T *
Shell %” thick Mild Steel Plate.
# Containing 108—4” diameter Tubes. •
Boiler complete with all mountings, etc.
NEW —NOT ERECTED.
20,000 GALLONS CRUDE OIL.'
1 LOCO-MULTITUBULAR BOILER (Stationary) by Enston Proctor
& Co. —Lincoln.
120 lbs. Working Pressure.
Size 15’7” x 3’ 8”,
Shell 7|16” Mild Steel.
Containing 68 —2Mi° Tubes.
Oil-Firing Apparatus fitted.
1 LOCOMOTIVE BOILER—SECOND-HAND.'
1 STEEL CHIMNEY—Git. high x 4ft. internal diameter, with .<
splayed end and heavy cast-iron base; and with Hood and
Guy Ropes.
Plates %” thick at base, and Vi” at top.
1 BRICK CHIMNEY —80ft. high x 4ft. internal diameter. Bft. tf , i aar9 f|
at base.
2 8 H.P. CLIMAX HIGH SPEED STEAM ENGINE—No. 1. | M
1 PIPE THREADING MACHINE—(Hand-operated.)
, 1 VERTICAL DOUBLE-PLUNGER BOILER FEED PUMP- 1
Cameron, Manchester. *
1 SINGLE-PLUNGER VERTICAL PUMP—Aitken & Co.—Glasgow, f
1 HORIZONTAL OIL PUMP-2” suction; 1%” discharge-Camere** $
U.S A.
1 PULSOMETER PUMP—3” suction.
2 CARTS.
1 TURNTABLE, capable of supporting a load of 4 toua.
9 GROOVED PULLEY WHEELS—I-3” dia. per Wire Rop«
6-3' 3” dia. per 1” Wire Rope.
2-5’ 4” dia. per 1” Wire Rope,
1 WORKSHOP.
2 SHEDS 84ft. square; hard-wood Posts; covered with corrugated
Galvanised Sheets
1 SHED 6ft. x 28ft. Sills and Uprights 10 x 8; and Bxß P.P. Seappt
ling, covered partly with Galv’d Sheets and partly with AsbesW*
Tiles.
1 SHED 80ft. x 50ft. covered with Galvanised Sheets.
I P-P- BUILDING 36.7 x t 8 feet, covered with corrugated tilvwil*
sheet
V STORE ROOM
L OFFICE
ornr-f 1 " 0 a ( J aanti *y of STEAM WATER PIPES, STEEL SHEETS,
ANl ’ w ATEB VALVES, COCKS AND Wf t
pmS S } SfiLL£™ AT BR PACKINGS, BOLTS, FIRE BKSSjffi
TvKc S^ T, ™‘ iEbTOS ANl> MAGNESIA STEAM PIPE COVES'
Lftiio, &ru., xIdTC.
Everything is in perfect condition, and may be inspected at the Works Works..
.. Works.. .DU Compamcs and owners and managers of Sugar Estates will find
that wiL 1 be useful to them. 'fn
Intending purchasers are oerdLlly invited to apply for further
eulars and prices to d. J
C. Phelps,
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| the iueaakg Trainees
All Declare that Horses Treated with
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1 Are Bound To Win.
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CON WNUE TO PATRONISE
W. C. ROSS & CO., Ltd.
i , Trinidad's Premier Drug Store.
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, Phone 88 - For General Business during Day time
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Good-Value.
We offer you the following useful gifts,
at prices to defy competition «
[ Victroias, Victors, Records,
Photo Frames, Cameras, Icy-Hot 2 ottles, Silver Tases. Brooches
S P r.“!’ L o m H # P >aiUty - a °^ S ’ vVatcllU3 J j’owder Boxes, Music Case* Fountain
ens and Teneiis Oat&ie, Torahes, pendants, Paint Botes Inkstands
Cigarette Casus and rules. Leather Purses, Frame! Pictures
Kazore, Photo Albums, Silver Dinner Bells. stares, Safety
.
wis! m i
j (All that a child can l||P
dream of having,
we have )
mi ■ i 1 'i ll l - ~i~r . " t — ' ''
H. STRONG, Ltd.,
Th Piano Warehouse.
I i ort-;t-Bpaio atd San Fernando.*
A; V.' Stollmeyer,
• 39 Marine Square.
Oilers For Sile ex-Recent Arrivals:
fWTILIZF.KB. —for all crops. CANS COCOA, COCONUTS, Os
GROUND PROVISIONS.
nnsaicroua and inseotioikbs— as*, sulphate of oorpjra,
HULPHATL OF NICOTINE, ARSENATE OF LEAD, 4s,
I usuT MACHINES. — of the most *erviceteble makes.
! SOWOA EAGbT-NEW 41bs. DOUBLE SEAM (at LOWEST PBICJ in town.)
] 4NNU AND RICE BAGS.—At BARGAIN PRICES.
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1 TdnWad, Repreieouti»«.
I 39 Marine Squart* Tboa* ? h3|)

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1921 1 1 Prosperous let Year . q9l
To One and AH. '
22 NEW YEAR
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Prices
will surprise you.
-COME TO QUK— QUK||
|| QUK|| Two Stores
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Monday, 3rd Jany.
ai«r» ci I Murphy, Miadfc Colas.

U'SSDiQ JO UIIM ISM
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Candid - .
(By Carton)
When I commenced on the tremendous
advantage -which thoso countries, such as
Germany for example, would derive from
the manner in which our new Customs
Tariff was framed, I had not got the
exact figure at which the mark was
quoted. Recently I came across a circu circular
lar circular of one of the Banks, in which it was
stated that it was quoted at 1% cents
American currency. This would mean,
taking the difference of exchange into
consideration, about 2% cents of our
.money! Can anyone wonder, at this
rate, that, making ail allowances for their
“adaptability” to circumstances, the
Germans should be able to-day to outdo
the English toy manufacturers, as your
London correspondent sayst If, more moreover,
over, moreover, their goods are allowed to pay duty
in Trinidad on the depreciated value of
the mark, is it not’patent to any but
blind men that they are being given a
further “pull” to which they should not
’>e entitled! As I said before, I do not
■“C how we are going to maintain the
Customs Tariff in its present so-m, see seeing
ing seeing that it is surely doing an injustice
to those countries which form either a
part of the British Empire or have been
closely allied with us in the bitter strug struggle
gle struggle for freedom. But when once our
paternal Government has made up its
mind to do a thing, it seems to be the
devil's Own job to get them to under understand
stand understand that they are wrong, and this, to together
gether together with the Leper Asylum Scheme
seem to be typical cases.
I am pleased to sec that public interest
has been aroused to the Leper Asylum
Scheme, and that the petition which has
been got up is being largely and influ influentially
entially influentially signed. The .Governor also,
seems to have awoken to the fact that
the public are not going to allow their
health and pleasure resorts to be spoilt
by the removal of the Asylum right into
their midst. 'But there remAins a very
important question, which has not yet
been answered, vis. the matter of infec infection,
tion, infection, of which I made mention sometime
ago. Apart from the huge expense,
which at the present moment the colony
seems little able to afford, . or rather
should not undertake, we have neither
been assured that the change is urgent,
nor have we been told whether it would
be wise to sell the present site to the
public, owing to the great danger of in infection.
fection. infection.
The arrival of Dr. V. H. Metirior,
the newly appointed Government Veteri Veterinary
nary Veterinary Surgeon, by the R.M.S. “Agadir”
last Tuesday, brings to an end the long
and efficient acting appointment of Dr.
G. L. Boissiere, who has, during that
time, certainly given absolute satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction to the Government and the public.
No doubt Dr. Metivier possesses all the
qualifications necessary to fit Mm for the
post, but it seems to me that this Is just
another of those oases in which the Gov GoverSfont
erSfont GoverSfont have been using men in acting
appointments, and calmly passing them
ever for juniors when the substantive
posts tome to Ist filled, The present

ease seems to me to be almost on all
fours with another which has come to my
knowledge lately. In 'both instances i;
would seem that tho locum tenens had
been led to believe that they would ob obtain
tain obtain the substantive posts and both find
themselves, to-day, replaced by juniors.
The case of the Government Veterinary
Surgeon, however, appears to me to be
the worse, for the new appointee has
absolutely no Civil Service Record.
Another very important point in con connection
nection connection with thu nppo.nrmci.t is the fact
that tho P rinient of Agriculture has
now also- the post of Govmnneut
Veterinary jeon, for tho express pur purpose
pose purpose of fUi, uring the stock industry of
the Colony, so that a thorough knowledge
of local conditions and diseases, —which
only local experience can obtain, —would
evidently be a sine qua non. The
man who should possess this qualification
is now shunted and a young man—cer man—certainly
tainly man—certainly much bis junior in every respect
—given tho job! I aim afraid that this
kind of procedure is • not conducive to
the encouragement of those who have to
act in important branches of the Civil
Service. It will certainly tend to
“sour” them and cause them to do a
considerable amount of hard “think*
iag! ”
—*• B«K&
I am sure that everyone is very thank thankful
ful thankful for the small measure of relief af afforded
forded afforded by the decline of the prices of
several articles of daily necessity; but
there is one, which has beet fetching
very much lower prices abroad than what
it is allowed to sell at locally, and I
think that attention should be called to
the matter. I refer to sugar. We are
all agreed that sugar is not a luxury for
our population—it is a necessity. I
suppose the Government has 'been unwill unwilling
ing unwilling to take steps until the approach of
the new crop. But tills is not far off,
and I do not think the time is inoppor inopportune
tune inopportune to fix lower prices of sugar than
what are now ruling. If the present
range of New York and London Prices
were taken, sugar should be selling at
about half of what it is fetching to-day
in Trinidad. It may be claimed that
it would work a hardship, just now, but
in view of the fact that I understand a
certain concern, which 'liad hold back its
sugar in the hope of obtaining very high
prices, shipped it during the course of
last month to be sold on the open market
in London, it does not seem that any
hardship would be worked if local prices
were brought down. At all events a start
might well be made!
Speaking of sugar reminds me that a
friend attributed the present very tew
prices of cocoa to the terrible falling off
in the consumption, and this he thought
See that the N»me
Cadbury
la or. ever? piece of
iltOCtHAi K

' .is, in turn, due to the prevailing high
thereinv # Choc ° tete - 1 (l ° know wbe wbee
eT wbee nWCe ' S sin £ ula L but I do
™>« r anything less for
chocolates and sweetmeats at Xmas, al alhough
hough alhough pnoes of both cocoa and S ug ;)r
iave been steadily declining during the
past few months. The local chocolate
manufacturers, moreover, do not seem to
have thought of reducing the prices of
their goods, although they are getting
cocoa at, $9.00 to-day against $27.00
w,: f ; h Y raise(i their prices, on .the
pre ext that everything was dearer.
Niigar may not be cheaper, as yet, but
surely .here is a sufficient margin on
the puces of cocoa for a considerable
reduction i n those of chocolate, imported
or locally made.
Important Notice.
All Merchant* having any accounts
for merchandise against Mrs. C. Qhiroons
are requested to send same to me Imme Immediately,
diately, Immediately, No claim whatsoever will be en entertained
tertained entertained from money lenders, endorsers,
and chitty keepers.
H J. J. CLAMENS,
Deo. 24—lw.

TO-DAY DECIDES TO-MORROW'S CAR
SEE OUR new; â–  .
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EVER DEPENDABLE. EVER ECONOMICAL
Pwple mervel at hte many over-values la the New Mitchell. Before yea buy yea* Mt, aeg lk< ** PMW*'
First. Let it set your standards of what your mosey ought to hay, • '*•’.
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Borg and Bgg Clutch.
New Rear End with full-R-stlng Axle.
Radiator in harmony with other body lines thus ensuing graceful lines,’ *" '
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Motor Cars
Added to his natural enjoyment of quirt operation and free freedom
dom freedom from repairs, a Willys-Knight r ncr becomes more
enthusiastic over his car the longer he drives it.
The sleeve valve engine imprwes uith tut, and remains per permanently
manently permanently quiet. The rigid dependable chassis, and elegant a
! coac h work, complete the full measure of owner satisfaction.
The refined appointments add to the dignified appearance of
the car, which is in keeping with the remarkable efficiency
of the engine*
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Sole Distributors.
38 Marine Square. Phones 205 & 1153, 23 Frederick fit,
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THE
Seasn t Complments
_» tue Wish of
in Black Cat Bai
to ail Friend?. Customers and others.
We «till maintain first rank in
drinks. Don't fail to stock our “Old
•Tamaion Style” and “New England”
Hums.
H. Da LUZ,
Manager.
m, unto.
James' Book Siore
Headquarters for XKAB AMD MBW
YEAR CARDS, Printing Private Greet Greetlog
log Greetlog Cards, Bcrool Frits Books, Annual
Picture Kooks and Games, Fancy Good*,
i’resents, Classics and Novels, English
and American Periodicals, Splendid
Htock received for Xmas. Call first at i
JAMES’ BOOS *TORB,
PHONE 1081—Open* at night.
Des. .

CALL At THB
F. A HsBHY (soocs.)
Jewelry Establishment Me ,60 Queen
fitrwti : * g
And Inspect the mw assortment it
jewelry just opened up Ladies and
Gents Diamond Rings, Goat, Keeper
hignet, engagement and wedding Ringfc
also a fine assortment of Brooches?
Bears Pin*, Lookets, Pendants, Gents
Watch Chains, Fobs, etc., «*?. ~
pair department is the most
all work done bv sallied worl V J *»
us a trial and be convinced. •
F. A. HARRY .
Oh. 14-la. *°
Guitar, Mandoline
" GALL AD—OB BIND
f . FABBMXe
m^ssanasi i+j: *
‘ Guitar. Mandoline, Banjo, etc. On hand
i nj “ le T c Guitar, Loeal
I Po,liion Books. No. fit Fig,
i £ ,rt *£5 t,wt ’A b 0 Telephone M*»-
I tioa Offloo.—D««r. 4-la.
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B|e Cheap
Butter
51b tins end 20/5 lb tins
I per ss. “ Maraval”
sport & Export Coy. Ltd.
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PETER’S Vl2 \
COCOA? W u)]
ITIS DELICIOUS
I DRINK IT EVERY MORNING
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ted® STOUT! iEfOLTEB STOOT!
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JUST ARRIVED 8 „
w meat of this favourite Stout futime for the Xma*
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ra"»agitau
”” 'oor Xmas|ooo^
1,-AJsnD’s
iiipments now being opened
«U be as low as we could make them
aid did wall to m »*» their e^waa^B^tg^

’■m wwwt»«B SATtJSD4V, JANUARY 1, 1921.

TEA
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Customs Exchange Rata
FOR THE IST*?ANUAHY, 1921.
Loudon ... ... Par.
New York ... ... %iy pr.
Canada 18% pr.
Paris ... ... 18.28
Spain ISMO
turreol Events,
TO-DAY,
New Year’s Day (Public Holiday.)
Turf Club Races—l p.m-
Sports at Tunapuna.
Race Meeting at Toco.
Cyle and |Athletic Sports at San
Rafael.
8 Empire Theatre, London Theatre.
Olympic Theatre, Palace Cinema,
Pavilion Theatre and Palladium
Theatre--8.3U p.m.
Following is the Train service ; —A
Special Train leaves Sau Fernando
for Port-of-Spaiu at Ct.SU a.in arriving
at 8.30 a.m.
A Special Train leaves Port-of-
Spain Ail Stations to Chaguanas at
4,18 p.m. this afternoon.
Following are the Gulf Boat move movements
ments movements
The *■ St. Patrick ” will leave San
Fernando at ti.Jo a, m. with passengers
for the Races, Returning afterwards
at,7.UU p.m. sharp from Port.of-
Spam,
S.S, ’• St. Patrick” leaves Port Portof-Spain
of-Spain Portof-Spain all Stations to Cliacachacare
at ». ami. resuming via all Stations
at 1.00 p.m, a steamer also leaves
Port-of-Spain at 4,00 p.ia for ail Sta Stations
tions Stations returning direct from Cha Chacachacate.
cachacate. Chacachacate.
SUNDAY.
Exjiosition of the Blessed Sacra Sacrament
ment Sacrament in the Holy Name Chapel,
Empire Theatre, London Theatre,
Olympic Theatre, Palace Cinema,
Palladium and Pavilion, Theatre— Theatre-8.30
-8.30 Theatre-8.30 p.m.
MONDAY.
District Court—9,3o a.m.
Empire Theatre, London Theatre,
Olympic Theatre, Palace Cinema,
Paiadium and Pavilion,—B,3o p.m,
THE NEsT WORLD.
R.ng out the old, ring in fchc new,
Ring out the false ring in the true;
Ring in the valiant man and free,
Ring in the Christ that is to be.
1/1/'2l, W ‘ G ‘
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\iZ n Jpecember to Mr. and
h Memariim,
In lovirj memory of our dear
mother Airs, hi. A, Nurse who died
on the Ist January lygy,
t hough lost to sight to memory dear,
sweet be thy rest, end peaceful thy
sleeping, *
Hod's way is best,
Tbow Art in Hi* keeping, Sweet be thy
Mrs. R, $, \Vm»nis,
items of News*
,JmS U,!WI s College will open
l t l!, -‘ 0,1 Monday. Jan January
uary January 10th at 10 a.m.
’ **■»
A couple of nights ago Mr. A, M.
f ° r entertaiawl
;.**'• h *eeHr»»ey Admiral Sir l.uis
Gomez and Staff to dumer.it tho
Qucsa s Park Hotel.
tun " ot ‘-he Port-of Port-of
No fewer thanS-O plantains were
reoeiVtHi iiito the colony during the
frS2'vS»Sl° u " b ” a "“' “ ri " d
PJti*! oag tiie , pmwengers from
M« e were Lieut, Colonel and
Smyth bu,yth * u * d Muis Hope
BHM wi A l 5* ho meeting of the
arothirhoo
It would be Well if a few -plain
clothes men from the Coust&buiui y
would visit Martineau i ,ane during
the night and detect the wicked
, pdlffeons who continually distur b the
peace of the locality. Almost every
night during stones are purposely
thrown on the roofs »f houses.
- r * â– 
Mr, C. L. Inniss, J.P. presided
over the City Magistrate’s Court yes yesterday
terday yesterday aQd disposed of the cases down
for hearing within his jurisdiction.
The whole proceedings in Court were
over at 10 o’clock.
A correspondent from San Fernando
writes us complaining bitterly of the
condition of Broadway. He states
that the rock-stone in some plates of
the street is about 2 inches higher
than the level while there is a ditch
near a stand-pipe about eight inches
in depth.
The St. Augustine Yaws Hospital
was closed as from yesterday, thereby
making a great saving in the Medical
Department, as cases of yaws will be
treated by the Medical Officers at
their dispensaries.
Very considerately, the Railway
ran a Race Special from Sun Fer Fernando
nando Fernando (calling at all the stations on
the route to the city) yesterday, and
which brought up a very large num number
ber number of pleasure seekers. It arrived
about ten o’clock having left before
the ordinary Siparia-Sun Fernando
up train,
Mr, Rupert 8, Batson, Principal
“ Bum ” High School, 84 AbcrcromUy
Street, begs to remind parents ami
guardians that school re-opens on
Wednesday sth January.
His Lordship Bishop Edwards who
is a guest of the Chilean Squadron is
of British ancestry and belongs to
one of the most distinguished fami families
lies families of Santiago de Chile and a near
relative of the Chilean Minister Pleni Plenipotentiary
potentiary Plenipotentiary in London,
Yesterday’s importations comprised
3.3U0 plantains, 3,600 lbs. cocoa, 52
bunches figs 6 tons, general cargo. 123
empty gasolene drums, two bags
provisions 5 pigs, 3 quintals cheese,
and 16 donkeys.
As from Monday next, January 3.
Mr, O. C. Watson will assume the
management of Messrs. Richardson &
HeUvay'a, (Ltd,) Emporium at Sangre
Grande, That the selection will prove
most satisfactory we have no doubt
W hatever. Wo join his many friends
in wishing him tlie beat of success iw
his new position. We may mention
that Mr, Watson will continue to
manage the Sangre Grande Picture
Bhow, a fact which will be learned
with pleasure,
A correspondent informs us that,
the usual midnight High Mass ou
Xmas eve was celebrated at the
Church of the Holy Cross,
The Rev, Fr, Leo. Sierra officiating,
Bordese’s Mass was sung, with Alisa
Jiinett accompanying at the har harmonium.
monium. harmonium. The singing on he whole
was excellent, Mr. Oliver Evelyn,
late of Gouva, singing the 2ud pari,
and in his usuai manner the solo
O Sahitnris was excellently rendered.
Mrs. Reid’s solo in the Credo was
nell rendered and no less so was
Alias Mitchell in the Agnus Dei .
On last Thursday there was a special
and very well attended meetiug of
St. Gerard’s Comrnandery, Knights of
Bb. John. Opportunity was taxen to
make a suitable presentation to Sir
Knight Cyril Niks, Secretary of tin
Ways and Means Committee, he
having relinquished his post of Con Confidential
fidential Confidential Correspondence of the well wellknown
known wellknown firm of Solicitors and Con Conveyancers,
veyancers, Conveyancers, Messrs. J. D, Sellier &
Co. to take up a similar poet with the
Apex Oil Co, Fyzabad, The President
Sir Knight O. K. Arneaud made appro appropriate
priate appropriate references to Sir Knight Niles
love of hard work, and his enthusiasm
in every movement of the Oommand Oommandery,
ery, Oommandery, In the name of the Organization
he wished him continued success.
Sir Knight Fleming followed in similar
terms, and Sir Knight Niles feelingly
replied. At the close of the meeting
the members were served with light,
refreshments,
It is said that ex-'lSub-Inspecbor de
Labastide will resume his duties as a
clerk in the Harbour Master’s De Dejiartment
jiartment Dejiartment in March next, he havmg.
it is understood, applied for two
months’ ieav,e of absence,
The s.g. Canadian Trader which
arrived at this port from Halifax «nd
Barbados, yesterday brought 400 tons
general cargo, consisting principally
of flour, 4,841 bags and 500 half bsqra'
split peas 205 haff bags t oats 8?5 bale ;
cement 1,000 bags, Condensed milk
*oo cases and 3) oases macaroni. She
also brought a quantity of rubber
goods and stationery.
At a meeting of the Moulton Club
in Moulton Hall Wesleyan School
room on Thursday evening last the
election of officers for the ensuing
term took place and molted as
follaws i President, Mr, K, Padmorc,
vice President, Mr, A, Busby; Br.e Br.e---rotai-y,
--rotai-y, Br.e---rotai-y, Alt, Fi Maynard! Assistant
Secretary, Mr. 8. Forde; Trea Treasurer,
surer, Treasurer, Mr, C, Lee. and Messrs, F,
Solomon, L. Field, and V. Lourd
members of committee. Mr, Stanis Stanislaus,
laus, Stanislaus, Solomon was elected auditor,
lhe terminal reports of the Secretary
and Treasurer were read and they
showed that the club is in a healthv
state, imancially and otherwise,
Be?oletion ia Prices
. 6 Ss 12 cento
Pads, Writing Paper. Receipt Books
Dishes, Turn biers, Kitchen Forks
SBfS&’ffi.'Sr A ‘ hTr * y *
24 cents
Fireproof wares. Tea pots, p, e Dishes,
I ans. Kitchen Knives, Brushes of all
kinds, Toys, Vases etc.,
ROSS CRYSTAL STORE

It is stal'd that the Bermudez
Brothers ste . ,!so the Bolivar Cattle
suppliers have petitioned the Food
Committee to increase the price of
beef to Is, per pound, in consideration
that they contracted at certain
prices up to March next, which
figure doesn’t permit the sale of bref
at 20 cents per ib. This is certainly a
brilliant after thought, for no such
statement was made when the Food
Committee, very properly, reduced
the price. The local authorities will
surely appreciate this “ cute ” move
at its true value.
â–¡The Boorioboola Gha Xmas Tree
takes place to-morrow afternoon at
the Nazareth House, Duncan Street,
from I p.m.
Trade Talk.
This evening, Dancing will be held
at the Sea View Resort, a Bar will
be run. Johnson’s String Band will
supply the music.
What Does Everybody Want 7—At
the commencement of a New Year,
what you \yant most is something to
tell you accurately all the events
which will take place during the year
(and even those which happened in
the years before) so that you may be
prepared to meet them In a proper
manner. The Creole Almanack for
1921, published by L. O, Inniss. at
Bil ‘per copy is the thing for you,
Sold in Port-of-Spain at the Cieol-
Pli.u'inacy, Muir, Ala shall & Coy, and
Jan es’Book Store In Nan Fernando
at Bonyuu’s Store; Princes Town,
Millers’ Store; Couvu, Headley’s
Store; Tunapuna, Gibson’Bj Phar Pharmacy.—Get
macy.—Get Pharmacy.—Get your copy before the
Edition is sold out. —Verbum Sap,
fiee and Easy Meeting lor
Men.
The third of the Free and Easy Meet Meetings
ings Meetings for men will be held on Sunday
evening, January 9th, in the City Cinema
as usual. The subject to be dealt with will
be ‘ ‘ The Bible and Science. ” The speaker
will be the Rev. C. H. Dick, Who asks
that any questions on the subject may be
sent to him at Grevfriars Manse, Stan Stanmore
more Stanmore Avenue, during next week, so that
he may deal with them in his address.
At this meeting the questions left over
unanswered from the last meeting will
be answered, and other questions are in invited.
vited. invited. The meeting will bo held at 8.30
alter the Church services are over.
Traveller Sees,' Britain
Losing.
TRADE OF CENTRAL AND SOUTH
AMERICA SLIPPING FROM HER
GRASP TO AMERICA.
GOVERNMENT BLAMED.
CONTROL SYSTEM KILLS INITIA INITIATIVE;
TIVE; INITIATIVE; NOTABLE EXAMPLES OF
SUCCESS; ONE IN JAMAICA.
The London Daily Mail in a recent
i.;sue published an article from the pen
of Mr. F. A. Mitchell-Hedges. In this
article he said:—
»» « *
I recently returned from a trip which
embraced, among other countries, Mexi Mexico,
co, Mexico, Guatemala, San Salvador, the Re Republic
public Republic of Honduras, Nicaragua, Coata
Rica, Panama, and the Republic of
Colombia. These countries are destined
to play a most important part in the
trade of the world during the next
generation. But the trade now is being
secured by the United States, and to a
lesser extent by France, Spain Japan
and Germany.
Where are the British traders f What
has become of the men of the Cecil
Rhodes and “Dr. Jim” type? Os the
great financiers of world-wide vision, the
men like Lord Cowdray, wh-o made our
name world-famous through their work
in opening up vast <*>untries and com commerce
merce commerce for the benefit, of Great Britain?
* * #
The new men of this typo are being
blotted out—restrictions, controls, and
Government autocracy generally are sap sapping
ping sapping the vitality, initiative and energy
of the younger generation. The new
men, vigorous, full of new ideae, who
should be opening up commerce, are vir virtually
tually virtually non-existent.
It is impossible to breed a race of men
—and when I ‘men’ t mean real
men—when everybody in this country
is treated as a schoolchild, with the Gov Government
ernment Government as headmactmS
A spwa-M Britain is a deteriorating
Britain.
Tho men who Will dot W a own
are leaving you. The real blood and
brains that make a set ion, unable to
stand tbs various restriction*, have left
and are leaving the country and com*
meaning bittiness further afield where
they arc free and unfettered,
During my travel* I Have met many
striking instances. Hero ia 0 »&i Joseph
Walter, a few* years ago, was earning
a ia this country. Starting ia
a small way at Tegucigalpa, the capital
of (he Republic of Honduras, his turn turnover
over turnover for last year totalled £300,000.
His business is how spreading through
hnt Salvador, Nicaragua, and Guatemala
Virtually tho bull, of this merchant
trading was done with the United States.
SIR JOHN PRINGLE.
Again, quite recently, Sir John Pringle,
: ° , in Jamaica on practically
nothing and has become the urea tost in individual
dividual individual planter out there and an oaor oaormoualy
moualy oaormoualy wealthy man, has sold nearly the
««»
So t-ho I litcd St.lt s now controls the
fnut suppho* from tin.- island of Jamaica
(juwndentHy a British colony, though no nobody
body nobody would know It) ‘ ao( j , ;ve t
loading hotels there.
The remedy? Nothing can be done
until commerce getg a frt , e haQ< j
umd all control and restrictions arc
StTekS?;* â„¢on young men will
fkb ffi 6 their brft ia» ted
teeir fgrtUc ideas will be applitf

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HIKE liERItl spm
Premier Leygues’ Determined Btand.

FRENCE SOCIALISTS WANT AFFI AFFILIATION
LIATION AFFILIATION WITH MOSCOW.
Tours, December 2 lit SS—The French
Socialist Party to-night by a large ma majority
jority majority t oted in favour of absolute affi affiliation
liation affiliation ,vith the Moscow Internationals
MILITARY RAID DUBLIN HOUSES
Dub’in, December 29th:—The military
to-day nade Intensive raids and searches
on residences and business establishments
throughout Dublin. In Ruthland Square
alone ive hundred soldiers made a house
to house inspection and about a score
of young men were arrested.
“Ii’ALY NOT WORTH WHILE
DYING FOR” SAYS
D'ANNUNZIO,
Rome, December 29th.-—D’Annunzio
has issued a proclamation declaring it is
not worth while dying for Italy. He
said he was leaving Fiume- by airplane.
This was semi officially announced here
this afternoon together with an announce announcement
ment announcement that the Fivme agreement may be
regarded as concluded.
TREATY OF VERSAILLES MUST
BE EXECUTED.
Paris, December 29th.—A grave fea feature
ture feature of the incident in connection with
German protest against the recent note
of the inter-AUied Commission respecting
the disbanding of the Clivic Guard, it is
pointed out, is the effect upon the con contested
tested contested question in France of the reduc reduction
tion reduction of military service and reduction of
the army burden. Questioned regarding
the situation, M. Leygues replied, “I can
only. rq>eat what I said in the Chamber
the other day, that France does not in intend
tend intend to entertain a perpetual war spirit,
but she is resolved to see that the Treaty
of Versailles is executed. ’ ’ Apprehensions
are expressed here that Germany's re resistance
sistance resistance to diwiiKimoot will strengthen
the opposition to the reduction in the
French military service and will re-open
the entire question which has been
settled so far as the Chamber is con concerned
cerned concerned by its recent action.
VICTORY FOR TENNIS CHAMPION.
Auckland, N.Z., December 29th.—Wil 29th.—William
liam 29th.—William Tildeu, world ’s champion tennis
player for 1920, defeated Norman
Brookes of the Australian team here
to-day in the first event of the Davis
Cup Championship Tournament. The
score was 10-8, 6-1, 1-6 and 6-4.
HOOVER’S EFFORT FOR EUROPE’S
STARVING CHILDREN.
New York, December 29th,—One thou
sand of New York’* men and women
of wealth paid SI,OOO or more each to tonight
night tonight to sit at a plain board table and
eat be»f stew. The “ banquet” was a
testimonial arranged by Mr. Hoover.
Chairman of the European Relief Coun Council
cil Council of the United States, in an effort
k> succour the 3, 500, 000 starving children
of Burope. The stew accompanied by
white bread aid a cup of cocoa, was th«
same as served to starving children at
relief station* t;.\*oughout Europe at th*
cost of tab* than a cent and a half.
General Pershing, Mr. Hoover, Mr. Rock Rockfeßer
feßer Rockfeßer (Jr.), k.a Bdhnount and other
notables carried sonp-ljowte, and were
(Wrt i* a line th it passed by army field
kiVMms te be served. The servitors
w#e# youag society twomea. A vacant
high chair was -Jlaeed s*r the iVJe” guodts of Iwaoar, the ohiMsou f.r
whom Mr. Hoover’s campaign for
$.13,000,000 was launched, stood at the
head of tie speaker's table. General
Pershing ms*; a plea for world disar disarmament.
mament. disarmament. lie paid that sstiMates re recently
cently recently presented to Otiagress contem contemplated
plated contemplated an appropiation for naval and
military pnqwsea for th-- next fiscal year
amounting to more than $5,000,000 for
every work lg day in th * y :ir. “It is
a gloomy mmen a."/ -.a world condi conditions,”
tions,” conditions,” he mid, “that -xm-adUures
several timer greater than wr before in
peace times should be considered neces necessary,
sary, necessary, especsully when the most rigid
economy io Government administration
is essential if we would avoid National
baukrsp'qy ” -Mr. Hoover anr <.mined
after the dinner that the 1,000 guests
paid $2,011,221, mure than S2,UHO a
plate.
ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES WIN
CROFS-COUNTRY RACE
London, December 30th.—The Oxford
Cambridge team won the (7Vi mile)
cross-eoutnry r.ai? at Roeihampton to-dny
from the Cirarll (New York College)
runm rs bv ' 6 ts 29 points.
LONDON NEWSPAPERS PLEAD
FOR RI BTRICTION OF
ARMAMENTS.
London, December 30lh.—Iinisteace
upon the deiirabil'ty of restrictin g -.aval
armaments and the holding of -a Con Conference
ference Conference on the subject b) Great -iri'aiu,
mu, d t.j day l*v London new?p.jr>ers
The T! s‘-.yi,; ; ; (he belief was wid !y
«,» , *'«}/-.•»s ;rj *t, > f**\ ? iff's Cirw
Britain V...S bjurd by Tc.ty to support
Japan in the «-u- of that c-.untry i-:i -r
ing a r.*r » th the Uni.-d E'.uio*, do-

voted more than half of a long editorial
to seeking to convince tlw people of the
United States that this belief was “gro “grotesquely
tesquely “grotesquely false.’ 1 The newspaper recalled
that when the States and Great
Britain in 1914 signed the Peace Com Commission
mission Commission Treaty, Great Britain imme immediately
diately immediately notified Japan of the fact. Japan
was told that the agreement to submit
disputes between the United States and
Great Britain to investigation by a per permanent
manent permanent International Commission con constituted
stituted constituted an exemption on Great Britain’s
part to aid Japan. “If that does not
explode all uneasiness about an Anglo-
Japanese attack,” said the newspaper,
“the suspicion must be beyond the
powers of reasoning,” Reiterating its
advocacy of such an agreement between
the three Powers, the Morning Post con contended
tended contended that such an agreement should
not infringe upon the province of the
Ijcague of .Nations and among other
things urged it would be much more pro
fitable to all concerned to agree as
friends, rather than comepote as rivals.
1 ‘ The British Government, ’ ’ says the
Daily News, “definitely favours snob an
International Conference ou disarmament
as was proposed by Mr. Daniels, United
States Secretary of the Navy, and main maintains
tains maintains that it is the function of the
League of Nations to call it. This would
meet possible objections hero. The
United States, while not a member of
the League, participated in the British
financial Conference and thus would not
be retree .ng from her position regard regardiug
iug regardiug the League.”
BRITISH SUGAR STOCKS.
London, December 29th.—Sugar in
sto«k on the 25th instant was 201,00)
tons; last year 71,000 tonal
S.S. MATURA ARRIVES FROM
NEW YORK.
Grenada, December Gist “Matura"’
from New York arrived 10 a.rn.
leaves for Trinidad about!) p.m. with
the following pussengets ;
Mr. and Mrs. o'efTer, Mr. and Mrs.
Crittenden, Mi', and Mrs. Koche. Mkw
D, de Nobi iga, Mrs A. Kipp, Misses
E. and AI. Kipp, Master G. Kipp,
Miss M Williams. Airs Knapp. Revds.
D. Whiteside and J. Goodwin, Mrs. B.
Huggins, Master A. Huggins, Messrs.
G. Sier, Kennelv, Scott, Oppenheimer,
Frame. Huggins. Hull, Bristol.
Trade Retards
Appended is a list of the art cles
imported into the oolony during the
week : ‘SOO bales of balata, 50 quin quintals
tals quintals of cheese. 28.000 plantains. 0 pigs,
58* quintals of copra, 2 bags coal. 81
bags fish glue, 06 buuches figs,
04 eases champagne, in eases
vermouth. 2 mules, 9 horses,
229 oxen, 8,40* packages of tranship transhipment
ment transhipment cargo. 2,128 tons of general
cargo. 1<» lbs. sorn. 20 bags coffee,
i dog. 12 tags of cocoa, 8,680 lbs.
caooa, 9 hides. 1 case whisky. 10 casks
sch. 2 empty caskh, 49 empty drsn a.
K donkeys. 2 bags p so visions, 128
empty drums and sundry
packages menchandise,
Experts included ;-8» casks. 137
tons and 12 drums of Trinidad fuel
oil. 2 cases stoat 1,750 tom dried lake
asphalt, 1.120 bags coconuts, 2 cases
whisky, 100 tons Trinidad asphalt.
1 case hitters, 1 bag; coffee. 100 drums
of Trinidad petroleum oil. 897 bags
of mar are 150 bags of dholl and 250
tons of coal.
FR3BYTERIAN.
GREYER I.VBS CHURCH.
SATURDAY.
8 am.—New \ ear’s Dav Service —
the liev. C. H. Dick, B.D.
SUNDAY.
9.30 a.tn. and 7 p.m.: TJie Rev C H.
Dick", ILK).
Communion at Morning Service. New
Year ’s Sermon at Evening Service.
ST. ANN’S UNITED FREE CHURCH.
Sunday Services will bo held as fol follow*
low* follow* :—lO a.m. and 7 p.m.
Preacher for the day, The Rev G.
Earle. Quarterly Communion at the
n.e l ring server.
BAPTISTE
ST JOHN’S CHURCH, PEMBROKE
• STREET.
SUNDAY.
Morning ; 9.3o—Communion.
Evening : 7 p.m.—Sermon. Topic
---“Taking things for granted.” Solo:
“Gun of mv Sou!.”—Miss Irene Carr,
lb J. TI. Poole will preach mormfig
by Mr. Allan Carr at 6.40 p.m. Week
of Prayer commences oa Monday, Jan.
3rd at 7.G0 p.ta.

Oar Circulation
Front time to time, during the course
of the past year, we have published,
for the benefit of our pßtrons and
advertisers, our eireulu”m, and here hereunder
under hereunder we give the figure*, during the
past twelve ii;o:n h- TI. y arc as i'ol
1 -w’s:
' Cot’lKS.
January 88,-114
February 89,850
March Do,t>42
April 89,032
May 92,472
J title 93,037
July 106.403
August 100,084
September 102,889
October 109,590
November 101,348
December 103,986
Total 1,172,006
copies in 1920.
The above is no idle boast. It can
be verified at any time, from our books
and we think may be taken as an ab absolute
solute absolute proof of our contention that
(his journal has dearly established its
claim to be far and away the best
advertising medium in these parts. It
is said that, on mi average, five per persons
sons persons read a newspaper; so, at this rate,
the “Gazette" can claim that, its read readers,
ers, readers, during the yeas which has just
elapsed, have reached the very satfo satfofactroy
factroy satfofactroy total of 5,800,030. Facts and
figures speak for themselves, so we
think further comment, out our part,
is needless,
o
Sweepstakes Drawings,
GLIDO SWEEP.
The following are tho results of the
Glido Sweep, drawn at the Grand Savan Savannah,
nah, Savannah, promoted by Mr. C. H. McCarthy:
474 Mouchard; 412-Blue Bird; 369
■China Mint; 71—Brookdeen; 479--
Hunv'i.rtoii; 368 Ihinrio; (167 Silky;
"70 - Ingiestta; -171 Bella Donna; 171
Renown.
Holders of tho winning tickets can cal!
at McCarthy’s Pharmacy, Belmont.
THE JUVENILE SWEHPSTA-KE.
The following are the rwsultc of the
drawing of the J a vend- Sweepstake at
St. Janie--
185—Bella Donna, Jim Grow; 162
Silky, E. Clement; 212- llungarton, W.
Turner; 764-China Mint, ». WiMuns;
1442—Duaroi, E. Burkett; 1479—Re
nown, Giusqppi; 1-880—Mouchard, E.
Fordo; I*7s—Brookdeen, Busby; 1767
Blno Bird, J. W. Glasgow; 1956 -loglo -loglosita,
sita, -loglosita, E. Brathwaite.
T« Help Local Poor Grinesr.
â–² laudawljT MGVRMMWT.
With tho street of Assisting the
local Chinese Alma House, Sounded,
we believe, by Mr. Lee Lum (pare),
and which is sadly In need of funds
to carry out the laudable intentions
of its founder,—the issue of free
meals, clothing, etc., to the indigent
Chinese poor—Mr. George Wing Sing,
the well known Confectioner, etc.,
Who recently returned from the
U.S.A.. bringing with him new ideas *
for making the Alms House the sue- !
cess it deserves to be. has, with the
approval of some prominent Chinese
residents in Trinidad, started collec collections
tions collections of coin, clothes, etc., for those
whe visit the Alms House for
charity. He has {therefore had a dozen
alms boxen mode which are being
glared at the most prominent Chinese
stabliehmente. the appeal in aid of
his destitute countrymen being written
la large Chinese characters on bright
red paper. The smallest aims are
acceptable. Similarly collecting books
for tne same object have been circu circulated
lated circulated among the leading Chinese in
San Fernando. Aritna, Princes Town.
Sangre Grande, Toco. Mavaro and
Cunupia.
The boxes will, we may mention,
be opened fortnightly by the Tree
surer, Mr. H. Yee Mon, and the Hon.
Secretary, Mr, Leang Lui Pang, in
the presence, when possible, of the
organizer. Mr. Wing Sing, or some
othe^member of the Executive. As
soon as this scheme has been success successfully
fully successfully launched, it is proposed to take
>tep* to raise funds to help the stars;
ing Chinese iu the famine stricken
Province*., a report of which was
published in our yesterday's issue,
We b’g to congratulate the orgaivi orgaiviner
ner orgaiviner and ail those associated with him
on the excellent more

Motor CarCollis'oß. B
A motor car collision occurred yea-1
terday morning between the Ford fl flcar
car flcar of Air. P. H. Centeno of the T*dad I '
Leaseholds. Point-a-Pierre, and tho â–  v
Bmck of Mr. Foi bes Todd of the I
L sire SU Madek\n<\ The chauffeur? I
I hi Bunk travelling along Duke I
b'md. going East, and the Ford
was coming from the direction of I
Hams fcquure, in Pembroke Street* 1
upon reaching the corner of the two Mm
streets, they #ot i?itr» collision a# are*
suit of which the right back wheel of
the ford was completely smashed, â– 
1 he Bmck escaped damage,
Constable (ll()0) Herbert adon ar*
arrived on the scene and made 1
the necessary e. qu r.es.
Another Bank Closes fa H
North Dakola. m
STATE BANKERS MEET TO HALT 8
THE DISORGANIZATION. H
OF FINANCE THERE. 4
Bismarck, N.D., December 7.—The |B
State Bunk of Loraine, Renville Coua Couaty,
ty, Couaty, closed today, due to depleted re-
serves, according to word received at
State Bank Examiner’s Office here., B
This makes twenty- three banks and B
one national bank to close in less thag
a month.
More than 600 North Dakota banket* B
in conference here to-day with repre-
sentative officials of the Sate Adminia- ,f
trotion, adoided a plan intended to meet
the finnncinl situation that has resulted B
in the dosing of the banks. The most
important step taken to prevent the
closing of additional banks was the 8
creation of a pool to be used for the B
benefit of banks that arc unabls to fl
finance themselves. B
Another step aimed at- bringing addi additional
tional additional capital into the State was tho 8
approval of State bond issues for the
financing of farm loans, and the pledge 3 .8
of the bankers to assist’in s:»le*of B
such bonds..
O. 13. Lofthus, State Bank Examin- B
er, in addregisng the Bankers’ Confer- 8
enee said that depreciated farm pro- f?
duct values was almost wholly res- B
ponsible fsr the dosing of bauxs and 8\
that more than half of tho institution# 8
which have been dosed will be re- B
opened. * B
Dealing with the Bank of I
Dakota, the deposits of which aj a rt- M
duccd through the adoption by th\* ye- . 8
fer 3 of the State recently oil a v -)»-w| .B
doing away with tho compnlsory de- * «B
iwsit of ail public funds in the State gj
hank, thA bankers pledged their CO- Bp
operation, to the end withdrawals * B
that may b« made shall be orderly .
and that kke sttft# bsjpk shall not be xm xmnecessarily
necessarily xmnecessarily crippled. |s
Price* Cared. |
YO9BK [ Om. 28 j De* 3*
________ .
Bt. Lmhmml *
brand par bewnd «BJM tMO*
MEAL i Es port par
100-lb, sack $2,60 18.40
PORK:
New Season’s .. s3* 087
Heavy Mess .... S3O $29
SUGAR; * B
Crystals per 100-lb $5.31 $5259
EXCHANGE I
ON LONDON J
j Sir.v Days { 3.48*4 3.49% E
Bight : 7.52 3.52% B
CO* OA: i
Trinidad per lb ,c * lim
LONDON
OOTTON; Mid.
Upland (I/pool) $8.70 $9.(« * B
Mediant Fine
Sea Island 1b.... Qtd. nont. Qtd. nee* fl
PARIS
Rentes 3 percent. 56.97 57A#
SUGAR:
Demerara Crystal . 9
Free of Govt.
control per cwt.j 6G.- 71 â–  -60 J-65- 9
Muscovado do. 33j-50|- 33j-80|-
Muscovado Fine 85j- J 75j-
White Java Sugar
c.i.f. U.K 501- 42j-
DEMERARA:
Rum per gah{ nom. non*
COCOA: Trinidad!
mid. rod twt. ..( 75J-SO[ nom 72|-75|- |
BANK OF ENG-] j
j LAND Dls. ; 7 \7
I V l‘-*v*Vho!dlUd.\ 5710 . MU' JB
Central Oilfields 878s[- '-J8
I TJ.B. Oililelda of .
Trinidad 25|- 3014
1 Ex right**

5



6

A recession do la Noel
et du Jour de l*An, nous,
f. uv "; :â–  ; fi
nous faisons un devoir de
Presenter k tons nos clients
et amis nos plus sinoe sinoeres
res sinoeres souhaits de bonheur
et de prosperite.

=â– â–  â– â– â–  - - â–  â– 
K : y- :
•11 * '
I Best wishes
I v , for all Happiness
I ft) And Prosperity Throughout *
IM- « the coming Year V
FROM I
| The Canton Trading Company, Ltd.
I ”" m "' ' '' IM "i ii

I Presentation to Hr. Bailer
OF STEPHENS LTD.
A wry pleasant function took place
[ st the Miranda Hotel on Thursday even*
r i»«t k 'wheuHhe members of the staff
| of Stephen’s Limited, Gents’ Department
[ mat together to do honour to Mr. Gcteil
i Butter, their senior, on tho (evasion of
his departure for Barbados on a month’s
leave. There was a full gathering of
•bout thirty employees of tho firm, and
s Mr. Go vouch, tho manager of tho Depart Department
ment Department waa asked to take tho chair by
. Mr. McLean, who together with Mr.
v Paul Bonds ware the moving spirits of
Upon taking over tho ruins
", «f tSI» mooting Mr. Govsueh stated the
etljtw of their meeting together to show
1 -;-Unjalt of their appreciation and esteem
ifr. Butter. Ho said that when teav-
Jvngland to come to this apparently,
out of tho way corner of tho Globe, he
. had certain misgivings which were only
natural, for wasn’t he made to undor undor,
, undor, f aland that the native* wore an unreason unreasonable
able unreasonable and uneducatM lot. Ho arrived to
take eWgo of the Gent’s Department
over Mr. Butlsr and ho was pleasantly
- surprised. Ho found Trinidadians ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly inteUigcat and when they are
treated as men tksjr bchuVo live mon.
; (Cheers) .He had worked in many places
bedfom, but never in any part of the
world had ho mot a more friendly feeling
iBMKHig clerk* or a more comfortable
understanding with, his immediate as
•tetant (who happens now to b« Mr.
Butler), than at Stephens Ltd. (pre (preloaded
loaded (preloaded cheers) Mr. McLean was thru
•aked to propose the toast of tho guest.
I« doing so tho speaker made fitting
alhtsioo to tho fact that nndoi tho guid guiduaaee
uaaee guiduaaee of Mr. Butter, the Goat* Depart*
" iuw»t had been Brought to a portion
second to none (hoar hear). In drinking
tho health of the guest he wished him
"bon voyage” and a safe return.
At this stage Mr. Butter with a few
weH-ehooea words, thanked the gentle*
men present for the many kind things
- paid of him aod assured them that he
would strive to contone to merit tho good
opinion they had of him. (Cheers.)
Mr. Stanley chief cutter then made tho
• presentation to Mr. Butter of a hand
mmo suit ease followed by appropriate
remarks by Mr. C. H. Hill sipported
- j>y Mr. Oorbio who, although a newcomer

Me:C 1% OuAfitters and / Tailor?..
SEE Ot’R RECE t SHI ME NT *V F
DONEGAL TWEEDS
They are just the the thing for a SPOUTS COAT
NME 499 * - 19 fimtlCK STREET

•.•. ' - • -
Beg to thank their many friends and Customers tor their kind Patronage dnring the Year
And Wish them
A—
Prosperous New Year.
.. \ r- : _ - ;

found Stephens Ltd. tho most comfort
able firm ho hud ever worked at. The
Chairman then said that he understood
that rumours went around that there was
friction between himself and Mr. But Butler,
ler, Butler, but he wished to deny this ciaphati
'-illy, lie could not expect bettor rela relations
tions relations to exist thnn those between them,
as a matter of fact, tic felt that he
would be lost without the help of Mr.
Butler. (Qheers).
Mr. Walter Merrick then rose ami de declared
clared declared that he would feel that he had not
done his duty to the Fancy Department
had he allowed the function to close
without saying something- wise or other
wise. He was sorry flint he would not
be able to hear the remaining speakers
as he was leaving then owing to a prees preesing
ing preesing engagement the hoped the gentlemen
would not fake him literally and believe
the probability due to his better half
being away on holiday that he had to
i ‘•pres**' :o«o of his outer garments)—
(laughter) but he was expected to attend
a very important meeting' at that slum?
time, and an idea of the importance in
which be held Mr. Butler % function can
lw gained from tin* .Mot that ho would
readily attend any other Into rather than
uites the presentation that evening,
tOlivers.) Hu spoke of the inspiring
sight to use so many members of one firm
gather together for a purpose having a*
‘ »te *ltii»ato and ths keeping of ttepk.ns
Ud. in 'he premier pkree. (Cheers).
Ho, too, was fortunate enough to get
teav* from his mptaysr, and upou his
return from Now York with hte better
hair ia about three m.iith’a time he hop hoped
ed hoped to hs present at a similar function,
but ia honour of Mr. Govsuch. (Cheers)
The other speakers were Mr. McLean
who thought the opportonitv unique fior
them to toast the health of their wn
ploye-r, Mr. Stephens, (ehrera) and as assured
sured assured the gathering that every Stephens ’
customer was a outtefted custom
er because the employees, worked
under comfortable conditions. (Cheers).
-Messrs, Phillips and Bottfe nUo made
appropriate comments.
, The Chairman then thanked the gen gent
t gent tenure for (heir presence and the kind
things said of him and hoped that the
i same friendly spirit would continue to
extet between empteyere and employees.
â–  Once morn wishing Mr. Butler a safe
l passage nml a New Year *f proajH-rity
tihe function came to a close.
â– 

> *
~na TVMOT-trxa oaeetti, Batpbdat, jaotaby i. ua.

Ciaachacare: Aooihtr
Protest.
To The Editor of the Port-of-Spam
Gaeette
Dear Sir, —The petition protesting
against the use or misuse of the island
of Ghacacftmcare by the Government for
the Leper Settlement will no doubt tv
numerously signed individually by the
eit'unes of Port-of-Spain as well as other
inhabitants of the Colony. I believe,
nevertheless, that the City Council woukl
be well ad vised in passing Resolutions of
protest and transmitting thorn to the Sec Sectary
tary Sectary of State, the whole question being
one in which the health of the town is
involved. The various Friendly Socie Societies
ties Societies and olher kindred organisations
might then he induced to take a similar
stop in the hope of preserving to them themselves
selves themselves the continued use of the Boca.- as
their holiday resort. If the public enter
in a Whole-hearted manner into this, op opposition
position opposition to the Government*? attempt to
ruin our only health resort and to deprive
us of the source, of our chief fish supply,
I d* not see how the Imperial Govern
mout%an disregard its promise to hearken
to West tndinu public, opinion. The
Government certainly has a diffksalt
iwoblem to salve: and most likely both
sides are equally anxious to arrive at a
sat isfanlory solution, but the contemplat contemplated
ed contemplated move on the part of the Government
is viewed with disfavour on all sides. It
is to bo hoped that the Chamber of Com
mvree wilt lie given every possible os
slstance in its attempt to avert a disaster
to the colony and its chief e.ity.
Citizen.
•tint December 1920.
NEW HOTEL MIRANDA
The manager of the New Hotel Mir
andn begs to wish his many Customers
and friends a Bright and Prosperous
New Year. We have made great im improvement
provement improvement during the past Year The
Miranda Hotel are among a few Hotels
in Port-of Bpain that have remained
for over ten years with unchanged
Management.
DAYID A. NAN TON.
Proprietor & Manager.
Deo. 10—lm.

Sailing of Ifae s.s. “Bkn “Bknvtnido
vtnido “Bknvtnido Arrested.
A MATTER FOR THE SUPREME
COURT
The sailing of the steamship Bieuve*
nido was arrested iu fh* harbour last
Wednesday evening oa account of cer certain
tain certain legal proceedings being institute*.!
against the owners trading as the Wel Welcome
come Welcome Ooy. Ltd. England, by Mr. John
Meueck Cooper. It appears that Mr.
Cooper entered into an agreement with
the owners to perform the'duties of sec secvond
vond secvond engineer for a specified term, but
bn account of some misunderstanding
with the chief engineer, was dismissed
without notice on -the 9th ult. According
to the terras of the agreement three
•Months' notice or three months’ salary
in lieu of notice should be given, neither
of which, it- fs alleged was done. Mr.
Cooper placed the matter iu the hands of
Mr. L. L. Roberts, solicitor, and the
â– eeeesary papers being signed by the
Chief Just ice, a warrant was issued,
a*4 Mr. Roberts accompanied by Mr.
Forde, chief bailiff of the Supreme Court
the sailing as already stated,
until the intervention of Messrs. Car Carraiw.a,
raiw.a, Carraiw.a, fee aud Salazar who stood surety
for its release. An action for £2OO
has been filed against the owners,
Mr. Noel »Hcipio-.Pollarei, instructed by
Mr. Roberts, will represent the. plaintiff,
while Mr. P. de Ia Bastide solicitor figs
been retained for the defence.
THE AGONIES OF HADES
Aren’t supposed to be worse than a
had corn. For years the standard
remedy lias been Putnam’s tjorjtt Ex Extractor.
tractor. Extractor. It painlessly removes the
worse corn in m hours; try Putnam’s
Extractor, dbe.
Sole Agents: Messrs. W. C. Rows &
Co., Ltd. Corner of Queen & Frederick'
Streets.
Dr. Robs’ Life Pills aregooe
for wen, women and children.
They relieve gas in the stomach,
nausea, loss of appetite and
other symptoms of indigestion
Quickly and pleasantly. “
Hmlm Na MU* )

MO SAN FERNANDO
Wish their Friends and Customers
A
Happy and Prosperous
New Year.

Hone *cc oimod&tjoD la
Caracas
Sow Chat the Caracas Hiffie Racing
{dnrtog which #5 races will be run)
!* Sgt"**«***fc » ®ay be of interest
to the West Indian Public, to know that
they will find at No. 21 Llagnno a
«»*»*• (a venr central sitnstion), a
®if*° House, where they
will get splendid accmodation, excellent
cuisine and the best of attention
Doe. IT—•!». *
ieiiLTiiai'
H. uaa * Os
highest Vain* Glyen oa
Loans
"** ‘'.hoap, ™
JKWMAjErr** ® au> andt Stt-VKK
Give um atrial bcforrpturhanng.

With ail Gcod Wishes
for the
NEW YEAR
I i.i N
rom \
GLENDINNING’S
Ihe fashion Specialists.”

FBOPERTT OWNERS ft OTHERS
TAKE ADVANTAGE OP THIS
Pat. J.C Henepy
HOUSE, LAND & GENERAL CON
||fl MISSION AGENT,
Ofliee: Street THONC Tie
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Bo business with the right man by
£&£* w *? n thw 41 ® 9thcd 16511
the knowledge that would eaable toe u
,e * ult * ** d ** vs F®» W
per cent, of your time.
These are timer whea superior Kao*.
U*y« gl* !»»• »re telling..
Rents, Bills aad #la'm» of aim
odllocted oa percentage
prompt aad oareful atteation given a*
»U buaiaett ia the above liaea
BE»T OP REFERENCES.
â– 
SWiffMSr-

Con motive de las fies fiestas
tas fiestas de Navidad y Ano
Nuevo nos es grato pre presentar
sentar presentar a todos nuestros
clientes y Amigos nuestros
mas sinceros votos t e pros-
I eridad y dicha.

Mot ica. s
The Up-to-Date Case Caracas, fa®^;:
Christopher Columbus No. 9, Mat ls *",
Square, Port-of-Spain, will be re-n&m®*;;
as from the Ist January, 1921 a. Beg |
Penis Where the best meals will
supplied as heretofore.
RICHARD J. HUSBANDS, .
Proprietor*
Dec,' 31—lm.
»•- 1 n '" f
Leant
Paragon Slrtail
I will fit you for work ia one
time. • MM
Positively no mere than
month’s fee to be paid. Join vw*
â– ow being started.
Private Tuition also given*
For terms aad further pnri*f , "gp
»pply to “PARAGON” e|® »®** ”
ttoa paper. Doe. 19—2 w.



I
ALL - WHITE - WEEK
Magnificent Display I
Dress Goods’ f 25 °/° off I
__ Laces, Flonncmgs, Embroidery mi> we«k | I
This white Linens, Damasbs, Sheetings I
it Hosiery, Parasols I
a special visit . ® a^8 ’ Underclothing |
Its Best to be on the Safe Side. I
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Stephens Limited.
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Marine Insurance
’ $ ,'r )■*. - ... ....... .' • ,
BISKS OF ALL KINDS
including Registered Postal Packets to Europe, North
and South America and all West Indian Colonies, are
underwritten at
Lowest Current Rate?,
commensurate with reliable security, and shippers will
find it advantageous to ascertain our quotations when
effecting shipment.
t â– â– â–  -1 U-j '-toil" â– .â– - i
Gordon, Grant & Co., Ltd.
Agents and Attorneys for ihe
London Assurance Corporation
(Marine Department.)
ST VINCENT BUILDING.
IMAS CARDS
PRIVATE GREETING CARDS.
Private Greeting Cards
CALL EARLY AND AVOID DISAPPGINMENT.
Call Early and Avoid Disappointment.
MUIR, MARSHALL A Co.
THE WEST END STORE.
«4A MARINE SQUARE.
For Immediate Sale.
i’THE COMFORTABLE. SPEEDY AND ELABORATELY FITTED
Cruiser Built Yacht “ FIREFLY”
BY THE DEFOE BOAT COMPANY, MICHIGAN, U.SjL
SPECIFICATION f
* Cockpit: Aik.
Mt* Up- Saloon: Forward.
Lavatory and W.C. in the Bow.
, ENGINE: “PEERLESB.” Heavy Duty 4 Cyi. 40-50 H.P.
Electric Self-starting and lighting system installed.
Four upholstered Settees provide the Sleeping Accommodation.
The fittings throughout, including ventilators and port holes, are of
â– olid brass. The Hull is built of oak and coppered. Boat was launched in
May, 1020. To be sold with all gear and equipment.
' For particulars apply to f
W. MACKAY,
c/o Arnott, Lambie & Co.
Dee. 22—2 w, *
RBBgL in,
REGULIN
... »w
A NATURAL REMEDY POE B BUG LA TING BIMBHEZOK ANO Ml
INTESTINAL TROUBLE*
PRIOR: ,4||UlcaM• • .-.-.•.wwill Kiwi* MW n \
I STOCKED A« *
The New |Dispens«ry.
M VI'JSE.V BTBEET nimUl* -PBqXfL

wn VAMAvmrnv 1111 ■BIMI aiwmnftt «. }*<%£
GALr»ax X , JAMTTABY 1, 1931.

- ; -â–  *
POBT-OF-BPAIN,
SATURDAY, JAN. 1. 1921.
The Old and The New.
Jls we look back on the year whieh
ended a few hours ago, and think of
what 1921 may bring us, we cannot
help earning to the conclusion that we
have witnessed the close of one of the
most remarkable years, in the history
of thus Island, and are faced by an another
other another bristling with great possibilities.
While, in Europe, the general situa situation,
tion, situation, towards the end of the past
twelve months, had become better than,
at one time, seemed probable, there is
scarcely any gainsaying the fact that
the hopes, entertained when the year
opened, lave not been realised. One
of the most regrettable incidents dur during
ing during the past twelve months has, cer certainly,
tainly, certainly, been the failure of the United
States of America to ratify the Peace
Treaty, after endless discussions in
the Congress, of that Country. The
Allied Nations had, perforee, to do
without them, and have succeeded in
solving many a very delicate point.
Early in the year the wave of Bol Bolshevism
shevism Bolshevism threatened to overwhelm
Europe, and, helped it would seem to
a very great extent by the restless
Boche, nearly succeeded in the attempt.
Thanks to the wholehearted support of
the French, however, the hordes of
Lenine and Trotsky were thrown back
at the very moment when they consid considered
ered considered victory was within their grasp.
Warsaw —and Poland as well civilisa civilisation—were
tion—were civilisation—were saved for the moment; but
the defeat of the loyalist General
Wrangel, in the Crimea, has left them
still masters of Russia, and it is not
yet possible to foretell what the next
move may be. At the moment, France
—apparently very properly—refuses
to have anything to do with a set of
people who will not recognise their
engagements; but our own premier,
and a portion of American statesmen,
would seem to consider that sacrifices
should be made so that trade relations
may once more be established with
Russia, even though she be Bolshevist.
The position is very complicated, and
only time will solve it. Happily for
the cause of the Grand Entente a very
serious difficulty which arose between
the French and the English over the
question of Syria was amicably settled.
The French were left to deal with
“King” Feisul and England given a
free hand in Mesopotamia, where a
very serious revolt was crushed, after
no little difficulty. During the past
week news was received that the two
leaders of the Entente had signed the
agreement in regard to' these terri territories;
tories; territories; and they are now- free to deal
with another situation, viz. that
created in Greece by the return of
King Constantihe, after the death of
Alexander and the. unexpected defeat
of M. Vcnizelos at the polls. The re recent
cent recent coal s trike, and the reports of
persons who have just returned from
England, prove that labour conditions
there Are far 1 being as yet settled.
There would aemm'to be a general dis disinclination
inclination disinclination to return to pre-war work;
and, while this may be very natural, in
many ways, it can scarcely be said to
be conducive to the well beiug of the
country at large, and mgy be account accountable,
able, accountable, to a great extent, for the tre tremendous
mendous tremendous amount of unemployment
which is beiug at present witnessed.
About India very little has been heard
lately, but the state of Ireland is piti pitiable
able pitiable indeed, and whether the new
Home Rule Bill will bring uuy relief
to that unfortunate country it is im impossible,
possible, impossible, at the present moment, to
»*y • In South Africa, the situation
is also far from bring absolutely clear,
The aeoesstonrits seam to be still giv giving
ing giving considerable trouble, and all the

skill of the Premier, General Botha,
is required to keep the Union from
breaking away from the Empire. The
Exehgngfe Question, which we had
hoped would have shewn considerable
improvement, during last year, has,
unfortunately, remained practically in
the same petition; and is still contri contributing,
buting, contributing, in a great measure, to'keeping
up the high coat of living, in spite of
the tremendous break in prices of food foodstuffs,
stuffs, foodstuffs, during the last couple of
months.
Locally, the year 1920 has been
made memorable for Trinidad by the
visit of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales;
but groat as the success of this visit
was, in the minds of the local public,
the people of Trinidad will learn, with
regret, that his sojourn kere has been
considered of so little importance that,
in the official cinema reproduction of
his 55,000 mile-tour, only the Pitch
Lake is shewn —a scene which we sup suppose
pose suppose cinemas have shewn over and
over again at various times and occa occasions!
sions! occasions! !
The year was also historical by the
fact of this island raising a Loan (and
its biggest, viz. £1,000,000) locally,
without any assistance from the Crown
Agents; but it is to lie regretted that
the great and sudden decline in the
prices of our principal products, dur during
ing during the last quarter of the year, should
have produced a state of affairs which
cannot bu£ cause us to view the situa situation
tion situation at all events during the early part
of 1921, as anything but satisfactory-
Iti spite of the depressed conditions
which are likely to prevail, as far as
our staple products are concerned, the
Government’s New Year’s Greetings
have taken the form of a Budget, un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented in Magnitude in the Colo Colony’s
ny’s Colony’s history. Works, the postpone postponement
ment postponement of which are not only desirable,
hut possible, are to be undertaken, in
spite of the warning from the press
and the public. The beginning of the
New Year unfortunately finds our Gov Government
ernment Government too eager to push ahead, with without
out without due regard to the present shrink shrinkage
age shrinkage in the values of the produce of the
Colony. It is true that this shrink shrinkage
age shrinkage was inevitable 'after the inordinate
rise in prices durirtg the great catas catastrophe
trophe catastrophe and after. No doubt the posi position
tion position will right itself, and, as we all
hope, in toe very near future. But
meanwhile prudence should he the slo slogan,
gan, slogan, and every precaution taken to
prevent the present situation from be being
ing being unduly aggravated. That the open opening
ing opening of the New Year is not as bright
as may have been hoped for, none will
deny; but there still need not be any
necessity for looking on the future ns
pessimistically as some would have us.
Sigas are not wanting that the prices
of the necessaries of life are fast de declining
clining declining to more reasonable levels.
These declines should go a long way
towards a decrease in the cost of la labours
bours labours enabling the planting commun community
ity community to face the present transition from
the abnormal to the normal, with more
equanimity; and in the end for the
community ip general to enjoy a more
Prosperous New Year during 1921
than what, during its opening days, it
had, perhaps, been led to expect/
Weighty Words of a Re Responsible
sponsible Responsible Wiiier.
The following is the very forceful
e losing sentence* in an article contribut contributed
ed contributed from London to The ffew Fork Herald
by Mr, A. G, Gardiner, formerly editor
cf the London Daily News;-
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compromise, for one stands for tyranny
and the other for freedom. It will be
a hard fight; maybe it will be a long
fight. Wo shall sup full of horrors be before
fore before it if finidred. But Ido not doubt
the issue. Liberal England, defeated
Again and again, will yet achieve the
emancipation of Irebind. Aifc victory
may be nearer than toe hideous ei rerun
.of to day permit via to bop#.

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The Tars Club Races.
YESTERDAY ’SSPLENDIDMEETING
FIRST DAT.
Attbougli thx closing day of the De December
cember December meeting of the Trindad Turf
Club is still in the lap of the gods, it is
not a rash auHc-rpation to state that the
meeting ou the whole promises to be
the most successful witnessed on the
Queen’s Park Savannah for many years
past. The Turf Club itself it must be
admitted contributed largely to whatever
success may attend the two day’s sport,
by the very commendable action of im importing*
porting* importing* a number of the i ./ugbbreds when
racing men themselves were somewhat
tardy in augmenting the colony 'a racing
stock by means of individual purchases.
Thus the infusion of new blood on the
local turf at once created popular in interest
terest interest in the meeting, with the result that
a larger gathering has never yet occupied
the Grand Stand than was witnessed yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. In fact it was the general opin opinion
ion opinion that a building twice the size at least
was required to comfortably accommo accommodate
date accommodate the dense gathering* with which it
was packed. The racing itself was >*-
tercsting, there being some keen finishes,
while the time in the respective events
bore favourable comparison to records in
past years. With the exception of
Worrell, no individual jockey registered
two victories to his credit—the exception
being in the Club Stabs* and the Antilles
Stakes, both of which Worrell pulled off
with Nectarine and Court Bali respec respectively.
tively. respectively. Owiug to the lamentable occur occurrence
rence occurrence of the death of Mr. Thomas Flood,
of Demerara, his horse, “Joe Brunner,”
was withdrawn from the meeting, and
owing to leg trouble, Dunroi and Sun Sunflower
flower Sunflower could not keep to their entries.
The premier honour of the day—the
winning of thq, Governor’s Cup—fell to
the Mueurapo Stables, the personal
presentative of which —Mr. J. P. Far Farnum
num Farnum was deservedly congratulated on all
sides for this victory must have reenliefr
happy reminiscences of the palmy days
of bygone when he raced some of the
host horse flesh that ever emerged from
a West Indian paddock. It is creditable
to record that no protests were forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming to bo adjudicated by the Ste Stewards—the
wards—the Stewards—the racing on the whole being
clean and truly sportsmanlike. For
some breach or another at the starting
gate, the under-named jockeys were fined
as follows: Dogett, $10; Downs, $35;
O’Brien $25; and Marcellc, $25. HU
Excellency the Governor, and Lady
Chancellor, and Captain Sugdan, A.D.C.
to His Excellency, attended, and there
were also present several officers of the
Chilian Squadron, recently arrived on a
visit. The Constabulary Band, under
Bandmaster Wallace, rendered a select
musical programme during the afternoon.
The Racing Officials were: Stewards:
Hon. A. G. Bell, Charles Cleaver, Esq.,
Edgar Tripp, Esq,, P. Stephens. Esq.;
Management Committee: iilgar Tripp,
Esq., J. P. Farnum, Esq., Charles Cleaver,
Esq., Dr. Perez, A. H. Cipriani, Esq.
(Hon. Secretary); Handicappers: The
Stewards; .Judge: Philip Salazar, Esq.;
Clerk of the Scales: A. P. T. Ambard,
Esq.; Clerk of the Paddock: A* H.
Attain, Esq.; Starter: C. R. Vincent,
Esq.; Assistant Starter: K. W. Lack,
Esq., and Time Keeper: L. M. Legendre,
Esq.
With tins handicapping, today’s rac racing
ing racing promises to be very interesting and
no doubt will bring the December meet meeting
ing meeting to that successful issue which it so
well deserves. The details of yester yesterday’s
day’s yesterday’s events are appended:—
I.—PREMIER STAKES. —Time 1 p.m.
1) dance 6 fu.*l,n-g«. Prize: $250
to the winner, $75 to the second horse
and $25 to the third horse. Condi Conditions:
tions: Conditions: Open only to the thorough thoroughbred
bred thoroughbred horses imported by the Trini Trinidad
dad Trinidad Turf Club. Weight: Colts 9sts.,
fillies and geldings Bst». Mlbs. En Entrance
trance Entrance fees $25 with a Sweepstake
of $lO. Non-starters refunded half
their entrance fees.
Pastime Stables b.m. Inglesite, 123
lbs., 2 years, dark bine gold hoop*
and cap, Bradford .. 1
Mueurapo Stables’ ch.f. Bella
Donna (late Dago Kid) 1231 b«.
2 years, purple and gold chevrons,
purple cap, O’Brien ... 2
Mr. R. A, Sarny’* ch.c. Hungarian,
126 tbs., 8 yean, royal purple and
silver, Down* .. ..3
Tine: l.tt 4|5.
i godd deal of Interest was eentaed
la this event which bjpught together the
bunk of the thoroughbred* recently im imported
ported imported by the Turf Ghffi. (Alky stood
highest in the judgment of the crowd
and Mr. Ikmurtt ’« acsoriatkxn with the
col* aa rider certainly brightened the
popular a* regards Mi* whi whining
ning whining stance*. The entrants left th*
paddock under a shower of rain which
kwpt on until the race was actually run.
There wrac several false starts. ’As it
was, Bella Donna led the field on leaving
the gat©, closely followed by Hungarton,
with Inglesitfi and Blue Qird next in
position. There were t! osC who still
kept faith in Silky's ability to do the
trick even at. the lasi moment, and that
possibly accounted for the cry that
“Silky will win” at a time when his
dutnees were far from being rosy. The
running: was kept up as it started until
approaching the final straight when
Hungarton and laglesita quickened the
pßcu and seriously challenged the leader.
Meantime Blue Bird made a fine break
from her outside position, but the handi handicap
cap handicap of width of field was too great, and
the splendid effort availed nothing. Al Almost
most Almost at the judge’s box Ingleaita wrested
the premier posßien from Bella Dohna,
amid the plaudits of the crowd.
% - NURSERY STARKE -Time 1.30 p.m
Distance 5 furlongs. Prise: $250 to
the winner, SSO t« the second horse.
Condition*: Open only to Creole,
M.iXwa, Weight f.r hgt. Entr®...

Sunshine and Morentm being scratched,
the race was left up to Footpad and
Glengarry. Footpad with 41bs. over overweight
weight overweight left the paddock a dead certainty
in the xqiinion of the crowd, and the
eolt did not disappoint his supporters;
for taking the lead from the flying of
the tapes he maintained it to a finish
without at any time being challenged
by his opponent—who was removed from
him by several streets at the finish.
3. CLUB STAKES.—Time 2 p.m.
Distance 1 mile. Prize: $650 to the
winner, SSO to the second horse.
Open to all horses. Weight for age.
Entrance S3O with a Sweepstake of
$lO.
Mr. F. T. C. Gill’s b.f. Nectarine*
IlSlbs.., 3 years, maroon body,
green cap and sleeves, Worrell .. 1
Mr. L. Deveaux ’* b-h. Ajax, aged,
1121b5., eerise and slver hoopa
and cerise cap, Downs • • 2
Time: 1.57 415.
A head and head contest ensued be between
tween between the pair of entrants until the four
furlong pole was reached, when Ajax
the favourite, was observed ,to stop, thns
giving an easy win to Nectarine. It
was afterwards ascertained that Ajax
had broken a blood vessel from whisk
lie was bleeding profusely.
4. OTA KBS. Time 2.30
p.m. Distance 5 furlongs. Prize:
S2OO to the winner, SSO to the se second
cond second horse. -Conditions: Open only
to Creole* belonging to Class B.
Weight for age. Entrance sls with
a Sweepstake of $5.
Mr. E. C. O’Brien’s b.m h.b. Kitty
Gill, 116 lbs., 4 years, yellow body,
iblaek sleeves and cap, Marcel .. 1
Maraval Stables’ b.f. Camouflage,
lOOlbs., 2 years, fawn jacket,
chocolate cross braces and cap,
Worrell .. 2
Mr. Robert de Souza’s h.b. .g.g.
Grey Match, 116ibs., 4 years, dark
(blue and red body, red cap, Mr.
Bennett .. » .. 3
Time: 1.00 1,5.
The seven t xtrants kept to their en engagements—Gr
gagements—Gr engagements—Gr y Match and Camou Camouflage
flage Camouflage being the more general favourites.
After, a couple of false stferts, the field
broke well together, Rambler assuming
the lead soon after the start, with Grey
Match next in order and Camouflage in
the third place. On turning into the
straight Kitty Gill who was hardly
thought of in the race, made a wonderful
burst from the rear, asd cut down the
field . Camouflage also displaced Grey
Match and made a bold bid for first
place, but Kitty Gill stuck to her gnus
and maintained the premier position to
the utter dismay of the supporters of the
more favoured horse*. Mr. Rochie Field
—trainer of the winner,—was heartily
congratulated on the success of his
charge.
5. THE GOVERNOR’S CUP.—Time
3.30 p. m. Distance 1 mile, Prize
A C'np presented by His Excellency
Sir John Chancellor, D. 5.0.,
K.C.M.G. R.E., with $250.00
added from the funds the win winner,
ner, winner, SIOO.OO to the second horse,
$50.00 to the third horse. Con Conditions:
ditions: Conditions: Open to the thorough thoroughbred
bred thoroughbred horses imported by the Tri Trinidad
nidad Trinidad Turf Club and to horses
owned in the colony prior to the
first day of September, 1920.
Horses which have not raced in any
previous event shall carry 71bs“.
extra. Entrance S3O wilh a Sweep Sweepstake
stake Sweepstake of $lO.
Mueurr.it) (tables’ i-h. <*. Del Delia
ia Delia Dona (late Dago Kid) 2 years,
Purple and gold chevrons, pur purple
ple purple cap—O’Brien 1121bs. .. 1
Mr. A. Laurie’s eh. «. Renown,
2 years, t’urple and gold, Mar Marcel,
cel, Marcel, 1221b5. .. 2
Pastime Stables’ b.f. Inglesita, 2
years, Dark blue gold hoop and
cap Bradford, 1191bs. ~ 3
Time —1.48 4-S.
AH the entrants vw-nt out from the
paddock—Bobkdecn being more in
popular favour than the rest es the
field This was the most interesting race
of the day, carrying with it as it did
a money prize with the additional trophy
of the “Governor’s Cup” the hensnr
of winning which is always tho aspi.a-
Won of every lacing man. One false
sttu-t was registered sad then the firid
broke away. Bella Dona from the start
the going for his rivals, and did
th* running at a rattling pace. In Inglesita
glesita Inglesita found the scented place quiet quietly
ly quietly after the start, mad fi*r a tsars M
looked m tfcoifh she wpuM place the
coveted trophy to her owner’s account.
Not much distance was covered before
t#»e BeM* Ibrea however kept in the van vanffuard
ffuard vanffuard right down the ntnwgUt beftly
pursued by togleaita and Renown, the
latter of whom warming the pace ag,
ultimately wrested the ssefona position
flrom Ingioeßa not far f*om tho judge’s
box, while Bulla Dona ran hocne tho
winner. The owner of the Mueurapo
volt, Mr. J. Parry Farnum wan tffe re recipient
cipient recipient of numerous congratulations on
his adding yet ano'ther Cup to his long
string of similar trophies
6—CREOLE HANDICAP—Tima 4 p.m
A Handicap. Distance 6 furlongs.
Pfize: S2OO to the winner, #SO to
the CCCtud horse Condition*: A
Handicap open v'My to Class B Cre Creoles.
oles. Creoles. Entrance sls wi'h a Sweep Sweepstake
stake Sweepstake es $5.
Mr. I. Scow’s h.b. br.s. Quick Quicksand.
sand. Quicksand. 3 years, Green body, orange
cap, iisilbs Greaves te':,’ " .. 1
Pastime Stables’ h.b. Ilead Ilead,Mgbt
,Mgbt Ilead,Mgbt 3 years, Dark bluu gold
hsops and cap, 1231 b» Bradford 2 •
Mr. R. de Souza’s h.b. b.g. Grey
Match, 4 years, Dark blue and red
body, red cap 123 lbs. Bennett 3
Time -1.22 2-5.
Camouflage being ineligible to race
in a handicap with older horse than
2-years was scratched the other six en enentrants
entrants enentrants taking to tho field.
was the first to break away, out on
reaching the four furionc pole Quick Quicksand
sand Quicksand came up with a speedy turn and
took the lead, Kitty GDI also coatriv coatrivin|
in| coatrivin| to get into the second place with
Grey match third, Kitty Gill theaca theacaafter
after theacaafter made a bold bid *or the premier
place te-fi Quicksand maintained it in
splendid fashion, Winning fairly easily,
while a ding dong tussle was fought
out. hy Headlight and Grey Match for
the honour of second place, which was
ultimately captured by Headlight.

7— ANTILLES STAKES—Time 5 p.m. 1
Distance 5 furlongs) Prize: 250 i
dols. to the winner aid SSO to the J
second horse. Conditions: Open j
only to Creole horses belonging to
Class A or B Weight for sge En Entrance
trance Entrance 20dols. with a Sweepstake
of $lO.
Mr. S. J. Rock's h.b. eh.h. Court
Bail 5 years, Bed, white and blue
Worrell .„ 1
Maraval Stables’ h.b. br.m, Cora
line, aged, Fawn jacket, choco chocolate
late chocolate cross braces and cap, Bon Bonner,
ner, Bonner, llOlbs. 2
Time—l.Ofi.
All four entrants started. Court
Ball led from the start followed by
Ooraline, with Sunflower and Sweet
Roy several lengths in the rear. This
order was kept up to the finish. Court
Ball winning by a full length.
Cricket Records Brakes.
Some remarkable cricket was witnessed
in the match between Victoria and South
Australia, at Melbourne, which ended
yesterday in a victory for the former by
385 rune. In their first innings, states
a Reuter Wire, Victoria totalled 31G, and
in the second 724--a record for a second
innings. Warwick .Armstrong established
a worhi’a record by scoring 157 net out
in the first and 245 in the second; while
A. E. Liddicut eontabuted 152 in tee se second.
cond. second. South Aiiitrsiia's two i:;n realise 1 24<» and 405 respectively, P.
Rundel, making 116 and Dr. D. M. Steele
110 not out in the seeond innings. The
claim to a world's record on behalf of
Warwick Armstrong is apparently based
on the fact that he is the only player
to score a not out century in one innings
and a double century in another. In
1900 C. B. Fry scored 125 and 229 for
Sussex against Surrey, at Brighton, but
he was dismissed in each innings.
Eastern Market.
QUOTATION OF~ MARKETABLE
COMMODITIES.
Friday, 81st December, 1020.
MEAT.
15 Oxen : 5.920 lbs. Selling prices 20
and 18 cents,
1 Hog: 84 lbs. Selling price 24 cents,
1 Sheep: 20 lbs. Selling prices 40
and 36 cents.
1 Goat: 80 lbs. Selling prices 40 and
and 30 cents.
1 Turtle :55 lbs. Selling prices 20, JS
and 12 cents.
VEOKTABLEB, ETC.
Plentiful—Pumpkins, vegetable soup,
onions, peppers.
Ordinary—Carrots, turnips, French
plantains, garlic.
Scarce—Wild cucumbers, sea moss,
breadfruit, lettuce.
Fztjit.
Plentiful—Bananas.
Ordinary—Golden apples.
Scarce —Sour sop. saoodiUas,
FISH.
Ordinary— Carite, moonshine.
Scarce—Brochet, ancho, pawa.
shrimps.
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bothered by trifles, unceasingly ner nervous.
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“she first box of Ferrozona improv improved
ed improved my blood, gave me appetitie. In
a short time I was like a new person.
Now I rejoice in abundant good
health.”
Try Ferrozone. It will make an
unexpected improvement in your
k'oks, your feeling, your health.
V» hether anaemic, nervous or suf suffering
fering suffering from secret* disorders, — if you
want cure, use Ferrozone. Breed ’' J*.
ifer box. \
Sole Agents: Messrs. W. C. Ross &
Co., Ltd. Corner of Queen & Frederick
Streets.
LOS**—oa the 31st inst on a bench
by the Queen’s Royal College between
6 to 7.30 p.m., a small pair of Field
Glasses in biack leather case. Finder
on bringing same to this office will fcs
handsomely rewarded. Jan. 1.
' *M IMPROVED aasfiijff .
tOfS NOT afFfCf Tiif
Wresore or'Jts tevile 5 srr.
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Lighters, Schooners, Sailing Boats, ,-S
- Motor Boats, Launches, etc,, etc., by JM
keeping the surface of these always >r "-H
v WCteeted from the ravages of the sea «■
and the dangers of exposure, by paint- . / LJM
jj ing with Lionoil.’ ... aH
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tection for all metal surfaces and AN j
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i high nepute tor all wood surfaces; it’s
if f-IVW varnish Sim rendering these absolutely
immune from the effects v. exposure.
1 When the hulk, of a wooden vessel
1 gets water-logged it has started on the f®
1 road to ruin by rot. { I?
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1 ‘ SAVE ALL”—Paint your flats and IS X
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. New Spring fashions. It'a easy
to follow the latest styles if you
rely on—Colorito.
All the Leading Stores Stocks
Colorite
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during period.. 2021 72 fit n *“ w '* 60
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and vouchers of Expenditure and found the AccouS to be c“4ct h,,t *'’* C& ™ mr CoDlpared thf> re «»Pt*
Council Auditor. * , (Sgd.) JOHN LEE, Auditor.
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ProTlslottal Programme.
TOCO NEW YEAR S DAY
MEETING.
To fee held uniter the Patronage of
W. ?. KNOWLES, Esq,, Acting ;
Warden, r;w.
Stewards 5 Messrs. Monsegue, Besson
and Richardson.
Judge s Mr. F. Knowles.
Starter: Martin Campbell, Esq,
Assistant Starter : Luther C. McKay,
Esq.
Clerk of the Course s Sergt, Garnet
, Rawlins.
Measurert Martin Campbell, Esq.
Handies ppers: Messrs. Monsegue, -
and Campbell.
1— THE MAIDEN~oi noon Open *«
taa«a I furlongs. Prist i $30.00
of which 2nd horse to receive $5.00
Entrances $2,00, Sweepstake: sl.
2 THE GALERA BTAKES.-18.S0
p.a. Open to all halfbreds in Bt.
Darld. Distance: 4 furlongs.
Priaej $35.00 of which Bn4 horse
to receive f?.00 Sntr&ncot $9.
Bwsop«iak»: IUO.
3 b&s>m> p,m.
Opsa to all ponies and ewußum ewußumbtads
btads ewußumbtads 14.8 and under. Distance >
4 fnttoap. Priae; The Purse and
$15.00 added from the funds of
which 2nd hows to receive SB.OO.
Entrance! $3.00. Sweepstake t
SI.OO.
4 JiULI RACE.—Open to all mules
in St, Davit! Distance* i furlongs.
Prise: $15.00 of which Sad mulo
to receive $6.00. Entrance: $1.50
Sweepstake: 60s.
5 THE NEW YEAR BtAK£B,-4
p.m. Conditions at in rues 3. Dis Distance:
tance: Distance: 4 furlongs. Prise: $30.00
of which Sind horse to receive SB.
Entrance! SB.OO. Sweepstake : sl.
THE PLANTERS* STAKES.-2.10
p-m. Open to alt common bred# in
i St. David. Distance; 4 furlong#.
Prixe: $30.00 of which 2nd hews
to receive SB.OO. Entrance: SB.
Sweepstake: sl.
7.—THE FORCE HANDICAP.—3 p.m.
Open to all horses entered for the
6i«Uag. Handicap by distance.
Distance: 5 furlongs. Prise: SSO
of which 2nd hem to receive #lO
a.a third M. Entrance : $4. Sweep,
•take: #I.OO
] A—W\#; J KEY RAC®,—9,s9 pan.—Ptiae
1 $5,10 cf which 2nd dente to n>

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: 18 Approved Shades from which
j to close.
Black, Flesh, Yellow, Navy Blue,
| Brown, Gold, Bed, Old Rose Pink,
1 Light Blue, Bat. Orange
j id.do. Blue, Light Green, Gray
Purple, Dark Green, Exeru orchid

celve $2.00. Entrance! 50#.
* Sweepstake: 25c.
ARTieLBS.
J. The meeting is held with sanction
and under rules of the T.T.C.
2. Owners of horses are required to
pay #I.OO for the use of the course
for each horso they enter.
3. All entries to be made before a
p.m. iltb December, except Race* i
and and 7.
4. Three horses at least to race or no
second money will bo paid.
5. Ail jockeys riding must pay 50c,
>o the race funds.
NOTICE.
Entrance to Stand : Subscribers and
family: I'm; Non-subscribyrs; Gent’s
rickets: $l.O0 1 Ladies and Ohildren«
50 cents.
Parnits to hucksters and to erect
«*»hs may be had from the SecMtayy,
RE ADjrtfiS 1 !
In the midst of tbe manifold purrs
rft\ißi%? , i 70a f f l See Tken md tkfc soul-stirrasg hook
s »Daij mm sisqh
written by Mm Artaov T>&rW of the
London Miwdocary Society, India, and
nublished by Firming & AmU Co,,
America, â– .
Sadim Sundar Singh is recognised
ed supply of his life’s biography in
hand. . .
Price $2,00 post pnid. â–  â–  AMyS
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BEV. C. D. LA LI A,
Coova,
Trinidad.
Nov. 14—«. Run.—
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Season at the following nritm* «-~
QUARTS 57.20 per dot.
PINTS $3.80 per dot.
The above i» highly recommended by
CONNOISSEURS as it in guaranteed
free from HEADACHE PROPERTIES.
A trial will convince you of the
above.
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and your bc>dy so strong and healthy that the germ* of disease cannot
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THANKS
For your kind patronage gad Beef
Wishes for the Festive Season.
These are Greetings from
The Green Coconut Bar
to one and all.
Don’t forget our “Cape Town” and
Prinoe of Wales Bouquet and other
“stuff.” The beet on the market and
cheapest in price.
J. GOMES,
Manager.
Dec. 1920.
Saucy
Stunts
Again
—ON— —ONTHURSDAY,
THURSDAY, —ONTHURSDAY, January 6th.
—AT THH —•
EMPIRE
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Reserved Seats: $1 &3s
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KIDNEY TROUBLES.
Few people realise how many of their
pain* aud discomforts, and how much
depression and weakness, are the re results
sults results of weak and diseased kidneys. If
you wake in the morning with a head headache,
ache, headache, dry mouth, puffaess under the
eyas, swollen limbs, or stiff joints, your
kidneys are out of order. If you suffer
from bladder pains or urinary discom discomfort,
fort, discomfort, rheumatism or backache pains,
you should at once take steps to treat
them. Ail these symptoms are Na Nature’s
ture’s Nature’s warnings of the development oi
lumbago, gout, sciatica, gravel, or the
deadly Bright’s disease, which is the
cause of so much suffering and death.
A remedy is needed that will take im immediate
mediate immediate effect on the kidneys and purge
them so that they can continue then
work of passing off the poisonous uric
acid which has accumulated on the
blood, causing all these painful and ua uaecasaut
ecasaut uaecasaut symptoms. Modern science
I is at length produced a remedy ade adequate
quate adequate to its task, and the world is be beginning
ginning beginning to know and swear by it in the
shape of Do Witt's Kidney and Bladder
Bills.
These wonderful little pills give re relief
lief relief from pain within 24 hours, aud they
give a blue tinge to the urine proving
that they pass right through the kid kidneys
neys kidneys and bladder. In practically every
case they effect a complete cuts and en ensure
sure ensure a rapid and permanent return to
thorough good health.
Be Witt'a Kidney and Bladder Pills
are sold only in whit* boxes printed in
blue and geld with the blue wax seal on
tho bottle. Give them a fair trial and
wove for yourself what relief they
bring
lou can depend upon getting genuine
Bo Witt'a Piil* Iron A >r». Smith
Bros. A Co., the Bor is mg Store,.
Bort-of-Spain. If yo w like to
try them first, just w> l e makero
—IS. 0. De Witt h ( 1 , London,
W.1., England, menti ng ills paper
and enclosing 8 pena; stamps for post postage,
age, postage, and they will send you a free
trial box by the next mail, together with
interesting information ea kidney
trouble,
MMMuasauMn. ul r.
TRIMIKC OF BUS.
Mn, ftOAOB (Mias Cheltenham)
wishes to Ist her customers and friends
know that the it Mill undertaking the
Trimming es Hate at No. ?S Duke Street
«h* fcaa a few, already trimmed, both for
Children and adult*. Bee. dj— djhlrCmacerk
hlrCmacerk djhlrCmacerk Hit fear
Bayers
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i» offering for sale Fifty Iron Bedeteade
at Beeeotible Prices. Early in-
Gold Bangles from ' S8&.00-S90 00
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We wish you
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Happy and Prosperous New Year.
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Arimai News News(From
(From News(From a correspondent)
a (; ivA nll - oxcKirr.
At tin. request of the management
0- tho Arim,i Theatre the Concert eiven
s ’ School on December
-Oth ultimo was repeated last night
at the Theatre Building. As this per performanco
formanco performanco “The Merchant Gentleman”
was highly spoken of by those who
witnessed the grand display by the
pupils. A big crowd attended as was
anticipated -and the Boys’ showed up
In their performance remarkably well.
Master Cyril Barnes” as the mamma
Mlichee 1 ’ caused a great up-rorar and
master IX Taylor in the song “Please
give me a penny Sir” found much ap appreation
preation appreation and was encored Mr. A. £.
Mitchell the energetic Headteacher
must be congratulated for having
brought his boys to auch a mark,
POLICE COURT,
Before Mr. W. H. Harris Acting
M.» Constable John No. 1370 charged
t> rfus Boyce wirh leaving lus cart un un.t*
.t* un.t* nded. Defee lmf wag fi ae< i io B . i n
i uult of seven .Inys.
OBSCENt. LANGUAGE. *
Sarah White, charged with using ob obscene
scene obscene language to Edith Jones was
fined and cost or 14 days.
SOCIETY'S DISTURBANCE.
Mr. R. Barnwell a member of the
Arm.u Mutual Hc4 Society charged
Messrs. Edwin Glasgow (.Prorddeut)
Joseph Nelson (Committee member aljso
cx-President). E. Gaspard (a member
trod ex-Preosident) and J. ,o’Loughha
with defaulting the Society of *1 10*.
which he said was given to the Presi President
dent President Mr, E, Glasgow to buy a pair
of Boot*,

Mr. If, 8. M. Hasten and Mr. Errol
O’Brien (barristers-at-law) appeared
for the defence. The plaintiff was un unrepresented.
represented. unrepresented.
Mr. Bosete. road the ordinance which
showed that a member has no autho authority
rity authority whatsoever to take any legal step!
unless he has permission from the Com Committee
mittee Committee of management or the Register
of Friendly Societies.
Mr. Howie - —Can you remember
that when you came to lay this charge
the Clerk of the Peace told you, that
you had no power to lay hm charge,
according to the ordinance.
Mr. Barnwell r*~Y«s Mr. lloscln blit
you insisted stating that you have
8300 to pay whatever it cost.
Mr. O’Brien :—l>o you knew that
when Mr. Glasgow was elected Presi President
dent President the society only hud £2l and
tht< Ji his good work he brought the
Fo< i try on a sound footing of £UO
cb mg ail debts and that gratuity
v entitled to and given by the
bocicty t
His Worship eventually gave judg judgment
ment judgment for 13a. in default seven days’
against plaintiff.

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v We have a Machine that wil JL this in Innumerable Ways ih our
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THIS MACHINE IS CAPABLE OF DEVELOPING 900-1,200 R.P.M. AND 18 IDEAL FOR SUCH
i PURPOSES AS DRIVING LATHES, DRILLING MAC HINES, ETC., BTC.
S3OO per ENGINE ex Store.
I|fNCO&PARAItU3 VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY. SEE OUR DEMONSTRATION ENGINE.
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TRINIDAD.
SALE FOR FRIDAY THE 14TH DAY
OF JANUARY 1921.
Public Notice is hereby given that
in exercise of tho Power of Sale con conferred
ferred conferred upon Mortgagees by the Convey Conveyancing
ancing Conveyancing and Law* of Property Ordinance
No. 72 of the Revised Laws of Trinidad
aud Tobago, and contained in a certain
Memorandum of Mortgage No. 39 dated
the 18th day of September 1920, from
Robert William John Sutherland to
Julian Robert Falconer, there wiil be put
for sale by Public Auction by the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned at their Auction Mart, No.
13 St, Vincent Street, Pont of SpSin,
in the Island of Trinidad, on Friday
the Fourteenth day between the hours of I and 2 o’clock iu
the afternoon,
1. All aScl"Singular that parcel of
land situate in the County of Mayaro in
the Island of Trinidad, comprising sixty
acres three roods and nine. perches be
the same more or less delineated in the
diagram attached to the Crown Grant in
Volume LXXIII. folio 1, and also
firstly described in the Certificate of
Title in Volume CCCXLII. folio 233,
and bounded cm the North by a Reserve
forty-five links wide along the Ortoire
River and by lauds of Marie Jean Pierre,
on the South and East by lands of Mayers
William and by a Reserve forty-five
links wide along the Ortoire River, and
on the West by lands of Marie Jean
Pierre aud by a Reserve forty-five link*
wide along tiro Ortoire River.
2. All and Singular that parcel of
land situate in the said County of
Mayaro, comprising three hundred and
ninety-three one rood and eleven perahes
be the same more or leas delineated in
the diagram attached, to tfa» Crown Grant
In Volume LXXHI. folio 9 and also
thirdly described in tho Certificate of
Title iu Volume OCALIi. folio 853 and
bounded on tho North by Crown land aud
by lands of Ant. Jean Louis, by lands of
Ernest Julian, by land* of J. J. Ban-
Mate, by lands of A. Etienne and by
lands of Carl Bovaiiius, on the South by
Crown land, by lands of Alexander
Febare and by a Reserve forty five links
wide along the Ortoire River on the East
by lands of Oarl Bovaiiius, by land of
E. D. Baptiste, by land of A. Etienne,
by & Reserve forty five linka wide along
the Ortoire River, by lands of Alexander
Fchart', by land of Sene Frederick and
by Crown land, aud ou the West by
Crown land by lands of Alexander
Fabare and fey a Reserve forty-five links
wide along the Ortoire River.
3. All and Singular that parcel of land
situate in the eaid county of Mayaro
coppiisiag one hundred and ninety-nine
acres two roods and twenty eight perches
be the same more or less delineated in
the diagram attached to tho Crown Grant
in Volume LXXHI. folio 17 and also
Ifthly described in the Certificate of

Title in Volume CCCXLII. folio 253,
and bounded on the North and East by
Crown land and by lands of Carl Bovai Bovaiiius
iius Bovaiiius on the South and Wedt by Crown
land and intersected by the Ortoire River
with a reserve forty five links wide along
each bank.
The above three parcels of land are
also described on the certificate of Title
in Volume LXXIV. folio 19 and Volume
CDLXV. folio 563.
4. AU and Singular that pared of
land situate in the said county of Mayaro
comprising eighteen acres two roods and
twenty-five perches be the same more
or lees, being the remaining portion of
the lands described in Crown Grant in
Volume LXXIII. folio 13 and in certi certificate
ficate certificate of Title in Volume LXXIV. folio
19 and also fourthly described in the
certificate of Title in volume OOCXLII.
folio 253 ami also in certificate of Title
Volume CDLXV. folio 567, and hounded
on the North by lands of J. J. Bap Baptiste,
tiste, Baptiste, by lands of P. J. Qhrysoetome
and by a road 45 links wide on the South
by lands petitioned for by Dr, Bovaiiius
and by land of E. D. Baptiste on the
Eatt by lands of P. J. Chrysostoms by
lands of R. Yates and by lands of
Etienne David Baptiste and on the West
by lands petitioned for by Dr. BovaJEus
and by a road reserved 80 h«a« wide
N.B. The above nropertiee are sold
subject to the following encumbrances.
(a) Memorandum of Charge No. 35
dated the 18th August 1920 from Julian
Robert Falconer to Edgar de Cannes
Charles Henry Joseph de Cannes and
Victor de Cannes encumbering the said
properties with the payment of five per
cent Royalty at the then current market
price in Cash of all Petroleum and other
Oils won and removed from the said
lands,
0s)- Memctehdum of Charge No. 56
dated the iStk day of August 1920 from
Julian Robert Fakeasr to Michael
Hemal-Smith encumbering the said pro propertioe
pertioe propertioe with tho payment of two per cent.
Royalty at tho then current market price
in cask of all Petroleum and ether Oils
won and removed from the said lands.
(o.) Memorandum of Charge No. 88
dated the 18th day of August 1920 £tm
Bobcat William John Sutherland to
Julian Robert Falconet encumbering the
said properties with the payment of three
per cent. Royalty at the then current
market price in cadh of all Petroleum
and other Oils won and removed from
the said lands. *
The above Memorandum of Mortgage
No. 38 dated the 18th day of September
1920 is now vested in Michael Hamel Hamelâ– 
â–  Hamelâ–  Smith by Memorandum of Transfer of
Mortgage No. 78 dated the 19th day of
November 1920 from Julian Robert Fal Falconer
coner Falconer to the said Michael HameMßwith.
Dated this thirty-firet day of December
:»ao.
F. J. SCOTT k SON,
Government Auctioneers.

WATERMAN
Returns thanks to all his Customers for
theirJlliberai. patronage during 1920,
and wish;;all
A Happy and Prosperous New Year.
4 t j'

.TRINIDAD'JEWELRY’S LOAN to. t sUd.
1? Frgdarkk SM, U Nw'** *w«rk

Victrola I
To the Children '
this XMAS.
You will enjoy their Happiness, j
Prices range from |
825.00 to $14.00 I
H. STRONG Lrn I
Be Piano Warelioiise, ill
and Saa Fernando. 1
To Arrive Shortly.
m lO^o£o^OT»UjroMto I S>SNC T |T,| , SiOTOBOWB» i * ' !
3 «™'3SJ£?o? r I SSi£ I «“*•*• « <»' «*• *» rotuk 1
* •Mrs; S*.Tsswtr-* - -> |
fw Pxi«* tad Futtwten Apply to,'
ALBJLRT FOUTIEft, l^':pi
*• *«ACQ« KnUUBX, ; S
' J " w *** »«««« rainom.



Ibe Comrsioß of Josiafc.
By a. eTkibeb.
.Josiah Hardfist used to say
That Christmas ought to be pre prevented
vented prevented ;
Folks acted on the Saviour’s day,
Ho thought, as if they wer demented.
■“Don't eooie to »e,” he used to growl,
‘ ‘ Anil try to coax me to deliver;
X don’t cane how the wind may howl
Or how the hungry brats may shiver !
•'•‘lm not to blame if people still
Have children that they can’t take
care of;
Let others feed them, if they will ;
I owe no debt that I’m aware of !
I’ve got no cash to give away ;
The poor are poor because they're
laiy,
And, anyhow, ’round Christmas Day
The whole world acts a little crazy. ’ ’
•One Christmas Eve Josiah found
A basket at his door ; he nearly
Had apoplexy, but came 'round,
Althouhg his nerves were strained
severely.
There was a baby, wrapped in rags,
But wait a moment—-there"a a sequel:
You’d think, the way Josiah brags,
That his child never had an equal.
You needn’t coax Josiah now
To get his Christmas-time dona
tion ;
He’s always eager to learn how
To help the poor from tribulation.
He’s not the hardfiat that he was,
His many deeds of kindness show it ;
He now believes in Santa Claus,
And wants the whole glad world to
know it.
Smuggling Robles to Italian
Reds,
LINES AMERICA’B WIRELESS OP OPERATOR
ERATOR OPERATOR CAUGHT AT GENOA
WITH CONSIGNMENT OP
300,000
Milan, Dee. 7.—-It has been discover discovered
ed discovered that the crews of transoceanic steam steamers
ers steamers are carrying on an extensive traffic
in cocaine and forbidden coinage.- When
the liner America put into Genoa to-day
from New York her wireless operator,
Fennaczi, was found to be smuggling
a consignment of 300,000 rubles, which
the authorities believe was brought over
tor revolutionary purposes. Big stocks \
of contraband tobacco, coffee and sugar
were also seized on the same vessel.
Acting on secret information police
: searched another Italian liner just as
it was weighing anchor at Naplfcs for
the United States. About forty pounds
of cocaine were found concealed in the
first mate’s cabin ,and sacks containing
nearly half a million bronze coins in the
commander’s quarters. Although there
were more than 2,000 .passengers waiting
to sail, the departure of the vessel was
delayed for forty-eight hours, as the
Captain and crew were arrested and a
new chief and crew had to be provided.
—The New Yerk Tims
French Physicians Unite to
i Fight Suit
[FORM SYNDICATE TO DEPEND
ONE OF THEIR NUMBER FROM
$50,000 CLAIM.
|| French medical circles have been
Rattired by the trial at Nimes of Dr.
H Mazel, a reputable physician, accused
Hos being responsible for the deaths
â– of two putients, sisters named Arnaud,
â– by improper administration of liypoder-
Bmic injections which resulted in septic"
B developments.
K The sisters, according to the evi-
Rdeuce were under treatment for typhoid
â–  when Da Mazel was called in and
B recommended injections of a new anti antiâ– 
â–  antiâ–  toxin. Their condition apparently bet-
Rtered, but a few days later symptoms
Bof poisoning were noted near the
â–  punctures, and despite the amplest sur-
Bgical attention and consultations it was
â–  not possible to save their lives.
R The question naturally arose as to
â–  whether the poison would have deve deveâ– 
â–  deveâ–  loped had the typhoid bacillus not been
■ present. The girls’ parents, through
■medical experts attached to the prose prose■eutor’s
■eutor’s prose■eutor’s office, insist that the needles
â– were not properly sterilized, but Dr.
■Mazel’s -witnesses refuted all poasi-
Hbility of such ji?gleet and also upheld
Rthe doctor’s right if he so desired, to
â– use more frequently the injections than
Ks usually prescribed.
i Dr. Mazel is being asked for $50,000
â– inmages, but in order to show that
|Rhey are not influenced by the pros-,
jjycct of gaining some of the physician’s
H»vealth the parents of the girls an an■pounced
â– pounced anâ– pounced that they would willingly hand
gsafover the money to any French charity
â– elected by the court. This offer was
â– followed by the formation of a syndi-
Mrote of physicians of Nimes and viein-
Rity, who have raised funds to carry
Ron the battle for the acquittal of their
â– colleague.
â–  The syndicate is the first attempt to
â– unionize the French medical profession,
â– which under the existing laws has been
â– subjected to numerous attacks like that
I Dr.' Mazel is being tried on. Not only
I are physicians responsible now for their
■ accuracy of their ,dingnaai« but they
â–  are also responsible that the
â– treatment, wilt be carriod out effectively
â– by nurses and that the druggists will
â–  projM-rly fill their prescriptions, while
B the Wtest imony .of medical experts' at-
B fuelled' tojlie prosecutor’s office is rare*
Bly ‘even the most formidable
m contradiction from other experts.
B The Njmcss syndicate promises to head
la movement for the .revision of the
B French medical laws which will not
â–  leave its numbers open, to^ejnbnrrass
I in «. ,c kul «'l|i4S' , /* t
1 A—JL— ¥ if
■Wyi.ll I 1.1,1. l * ' ■ " •*" "
A Mara* attemper
â– -- depends upon liShc? !*h of ha liver.
I Keep yourself genllsffltenign and hop Ail
by the frequent use of DR. RQSSf
■ PILLS to regulate die action £>?\
Bwt liwef and bowels,
Bntan. N* B-3. ;

I Vaseline j
CARBOLATED !
Petroleum Jelly
A valuable antiseptic t! rrss. i
ing for wounds, cuts, bites }
of insects, bruises and sores. j
“Vaseline" Carholattd is f
one of the best antiseptic l
dressings you can find. It j
should always be kept in
the home.
Helps to prevent infection.
Soothes and heals.
Avoid substitutes
Chesebrongh Mfg. Company
(CwwCitla.cd)
I New York London Monttea!
A Fur ink In all the leasing drug store* f
I 1|
ran
Trail Electric Cm.
LTD
Owing to the increased
cost of operating expenses
The TriDidad Electric
Company are compelled
to increase the cost of
electric energy for light to
24c per unit from January
Ist, 1921.
Q obaa %4^ Ori9MS I
ALBERT H. JOSEPH, Port-of-Bpaim
A. A. KITHTE, San Fernando.
LIGHT HOUSE BART
tw-i". J
Why i> there aueh a big srowd see*
daily at THE LIGHT HOUSE BAB »
The answer is simply that it « • .
HAN’T BE BEATEN
For the QUALITY OF DRINKS SOLD
and the CHEAPER PRICES.
A Big Shipment of MADEIRA
WNB Just r reived, —This Is a
SPECIAL ITEM. ... .. M .
Civility and Prompt attention is our
Motto.
Join the crowd and patronize us.
J. J. RIBEXBO.
Proprietor.
Opposite Railway Station,
South Quay. Dee. o—lm.0 —lm.
FOB GOODNESS SAKE
Hava You „
Rubber Stamps
* J. A. DINZEY
UQ Robert St., Woodbrook,
AMO HA Vg WORRV
.. NOTICE.
The public is hereby notified that I
will not be responsible for any debt
or debts contracted by my wife, Leano Leanora
ra Leanora Nicholls, as she is no longer under
my protection.
FREDERICK NICHOLLis,
142 Frederick Street,
Dec. 25 —lw.
This is to notify the publie that my
wife, Juliana Gooding, having left my
houso and •prolettion without just
cause, I am not responsible for debts
contracted by her.
JAMES GOODING.
Doc. 24—lw. Goodias Tillage.
FOB INVESTMENT
On Town Property; way nuns in inquired.
quired. inquired.
‘On Cocoa or Coconut Estates sewer*
*1 sums of 1500, tl,ooo, sl*oo end
$2,000 and $6,000. Apply to ML
HAMHL-BMJTH * CO, Solisltow
*•* assM*

m ve«r : grp , CT_aagn^__3ATPßDAY I __jANgASY 1, 1921.'

MISS ALICE ALKIES
HAVING RETURNED
TO OFFICE ....
No. 88 Frederick Street
Wishes her Numerous Patient*
A New Year of Health ana
Prosperity,
Jan. 1— e.e.d. _

Davidson & Todd Ltd.
wish their Customers and Friends
all Prosperity throughout the coming year.

- in A.:--—: ::
A Toast 1 Our Patrona!

Olympic.
Evelyn Ncsbit in
‘TBOU SHUT HOI’
by special request
â– 
Prizes of 1921 Calendars
Bud CHARLIE CHAH.I*.
Sunday 2nd :
3rd .Programme of
* the House of Hate”
—l WITH--
' “The Hooded Terror,’
< FULL ORCHESTRA.
>

Forßouquets, Gut Flowers
And WREATHS
Call at, or send to Mrs.
W. Montrichard, 35 Bel Belmont
mont Belmont Circular Road— Roadopposite
opposite Roadopposite Belmont Orphan Orphanage.—
age.— Orphanage.— ost M isiHMi

Empire.
A new Picture & a new Actor
franklin farnum in
‘PM Reward’-
MM 8 in muwm
Sunday tin! :
N B WALTHALL in I Acts
"IfS OF STEEL”
A Duet to surprise you !
Prices: ... 60, 40, 30,15.

The SouUera Best t.
Light-breakfast, Lunch, Tea, Cakes,
Sandwiches, Ices, Served Daily.
Special—On Saturday t Pastelles
Order* taken for Cake* and Pajtelle*
—Your Patronage is Solicited-
Mucurapo Street,
(Above Co-operative Drug Store)
12—4 Bm.

I
London
Wheeler Oakman in £
' Tie Ib'btDo Iff
Prices of 192 t Calendars
i
Sunday 2nd.
Mae Murray in
i “THE BRIDE'S
AWAKENING”
o Aura,
Prices : ... 60, 40, 30, 15

Pal ace Cinema
* .<
SAN FERNANDO
TO-NIGHT
NORTH OF 53 * ?**»
SUNDAY, MONDAY TUMBDAY
MADAM WHO . 7 *»■*»
WJUil.' W™.-JLILJI.'E!..*■ ' ’l-' ■"■J U^g^r^sawaa— r „
FOR CARS
Km famwmmm
HAVOIiNF
UfttU.IWtOIW
OIL i
‘1? MAKCS * WffSttHCr
Wt.r-.~~.-~ ■ -10 in'***, T~.-".•***• ■ , C 3
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♦
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fgSi 01111 INSURANCE OFFICi
SpwJlSh3| «%|||T|Th* Oldart isnunuurt DBm kik. ’
V w 1» fomrosj m «it,
«1»F Insurant* Effected Agaemt V** mfb Follower '
"%W*' ’
DWEIiLINw HOUSES FUBNITTJBI BUGAS tffelgSS
WAREHOUSES MJE3CHANDIB* IteTAT* Rttl&DPNfc -
SHOPS STOCK PRQPUCH ft MACHQOW*
5° per MM. oR rSUmtart ~. .4
60 per ewet. off rate* far Upp« Diraca* «# rtnLas-ftpais.
m SOCOA PLANTERS ASSETS AiSWIATIOR ts MM IW, If***
16 Henry Street, Paw-as ftyfr,-
6nb-Affent, Pori -ef-Spcis Arbte Ms tiliftQft.
Bub-Awi, »*« IWsni<»4» »»< Frteaw X. aOPATO ,

DRESS M Ki.i:
A SPECIALTY.
Miues I. Te JOIN! t E FEME
54 Queen Street. ’Pbon
(Above the Nev Pispenearj,
pec J-

Cheap Furniture
TOR SALE: *
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Tii *uttim mmv srm nt
iwo. |t mini BTUHBEL

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NO. 12468 VOL XL

TAYLOR &Co»
SAN FERNANDO]
Sincerely Wish Their
Many Friends and
. Patrons ,
»
.1 JOYFUL
» *
and
t Successful 1921.

II mn& i
0:;-% SALHEPATICA
J
«iing so trivial perhaps hut nothing ¥
make you as miserable as a slug slugliver
liver slugliver or a disordered sto.nach. „
claches and that tired “worn-out”
ng will never be yours if you take
Sal Ilepatica is an effervescent
saline combination pleasant to
take and qu.ck in action.
NUS7CL£7IXS CO., York. U.I A.
#- -
The King's Measage
To m Jhe Inhabitants of the Universe :
‘‘The King of Colours’' (R j, j.
CLAMENS). wishes one and all
without exception the Compli Compliment
ment Compliment of the Season and everlast everlasting
ing everlasting Unity, Peace and Prosperitv
to all mankind ‘

Port-of-Spain MosicCollej#
If Sivwrtf Si. tm timed 1918.
yu Above tnetUotlo* u aflUiated t*
Academy of Muaic, Royi
MBmo of Marie and Trinity College
* jErie.
iJESr J4 Theoretical Professor,
fern. Bead >* sent out to
«-«rti« I* su« Fernando a** apply to
lewMlllfr C.‘ H Ox»p*al ?w P*rtb
Iff BTirn MB VAU?m»

MANCHESTER HOUSE
44 PARK STREET.
%
Wish their Friends and
Customers a Happy a? d
Prosperous New! Year.
C. GB&ENTBGE, —Proprietor.
Dec. 4 —lm. i

For Rent.
POE BENT.—Cottage, Fitz Allen
Street, Point Cumana, on sea shore,
ready furnished, comprising four bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, drawing and dinning room,
pantry, large front gallery and usual
out offices, water on primiaes, lately
renovated and put in thorough order,
and within easy reach of Four Roads
Cars. Vacant from Ist January. Apply
37 Victoria Square.--—Dec. 25—lw.
FOR BENT.—“I* Deseada” House
in the Santa Cruz Valley, 2Vi miles
from'the San Juan Bailway Station.
Sewerage and Water laid on in the
House. There is also a Plunge Bath.
Possession Ist Feb-wary mi: For
particulars apply to C. C. Stollmeyer.
5 Richmond Street.—Dec. 17—lm.
For Sale
FOR SALE—Two-Seater Motor #ar
m perfect running order, New Tyres
and Spare inner Tubes, no reasonable
offer refused. Apply at once, 34
Frederick Street. Telephone 246.
Dec. 31—2 w.
FOB SALE.—One 4 seater Ford car
in perfect order. Apply to 14 Scott-
Bushe Street.—Dec. 31—lw.
FOB SALE.—Cleveland 6 Cylinder, 5
Seater Motor Car, in perfect running
order. Offers invited by Thomas Bovd
A Co. —Dec. 30—lv,\
FOB SALE.—6 pieces steel Joist
14in. x sin. x 8 feet, 4 pieces steel Joist
I'-’in. x Sin. x 7 feet, 2 heavy screw
Jacks, 5 feet x 4?iin., 20 feet sin, link
chain, several good 2%x2% Bearings
Cowderoy. P.O. San Fernando.—Dec.
30- lw.
FOR SALE—First Class PIANO
(German-Canadian), three pedals, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany colour. Inspection and trial
at 87 Queen Street.—Doe. 22—lm.
FOB SALE.- -Navy Oakum in 50 lb.
Bales at $12.50 per bale. Apply 97
Charlitte Street.—Dec. 29—lw.
FOB SALE.—Gents’ three speed
Royal Enfield Cyclo—good as new—Cash
Apply Rev. H. E. Doggette, Princes
Town.—Dee. 29—lw.
FOR SALE.—Five Seater Dodge Car,
cord and Dunlop oversize tyres recently
put on, New Hood. Car in splendid
condition. Apply H. A. de Boissiere, 17
St. Vincent Street, City.—Dee. 24—2 w.
FOB SALE.—Several First Class
Milch Cows from the famous Aranguez
Herd. Inspection at any time on appli application
cation application to the Manager, G. L. T'earwood.
—Deo. 24—lw,
FOR SALE —One 5-S*ater second secondhand
hand secondhand ‘ ‘OVERLAND’* Car in excellent
running order. On# 2 to* ‘TRAFFIC’
Truck hardly being used. No reason reasonable
able reasonable offer# will bo refused. Apply to
Egbert A. Francis, No. 52 South
Quay, Port-of-Spain.—Dee. 23—2 w
FOB SALE.—-Fine Lot in St. Oiair
—total area, 16,060 square feet. Situ Situated
ated Situated corner of Hayes Street, and Serpen Serpentine
tine Serpentine Road facing Public Park. Ideal site
for building. Apply for all information
and particulars to Thomas Boyd A Co.,
Marine Square. Dec. 22
FOB SALE.—I New Cleveland 9
Seater Car, never need. Purchaser will
meet with a bargain. Apply to C. Shep Sheppard,
pard, Sheppard, cjo Salvator!, Scott A Oo.—Dee.
18 —2 w.
FOB SALE. —A new Raleigh Cycle
with gear case, in good condition, a
real bargain for a cash purchaser.
For full purtieulara write to “ Raleigh * *
CSo. Gazette Office.—Doc. 14— lm.
FOB BADE.—One 5 seater Nash Car
newly overhauled and painted in first
class running order. For farther parti particulars
culars particulars apply to M. P.O. box 270. Dec.
FOB SALE.—Vacant lots of tend
know* as Nos. * and 7 Grev Btree», St.
OJair, in the City of Portof Spain,
measuring 197 feet in front by 97 feet
in depth. Offers to bo seat to Messrs,
Oliver FiUWUilam & Co., Solicitors, 7
Hart Street, Port-of-Spain, on or be before
fore before the 2(Rb inst.—Dee 1.
W *ai
YOUNG MAN (84) deeirbs to join
ethers in bachelor home at Peetef-
Spo*. Apply stating partienlars to
mum" e|e Gazette.—Dee.
31— lw.
WANTED AT ONOB. A
man to board with private family.
Apply 93 Abetcromby.—Dee. 30—
WANTED.- A Housemaid for bache bachelor’•
lor’• bachelor’• quarters. Good References. Ap Apply
ply Apply to li t Woodford Street.—Doe. 29
WANTED.—-Gaud general cook for
bachelors-'’ quu l «* «vt'*- Bpain. I.Apett {<> look jitter house.
I Address,. Vil.N.” Gateitp” promptly. Dec. 24—lw.

TRINIDAD SATPBDAY, JANUARY T, ml

"WANTED AT ONCE.—A manager
for the grocery department of the San
Juan Co-operative Company Ltd., an ex excellent
cellent excellent opportunity for an energetic
and competent young man. Apply—The
Secretary, 99 Duke Street P. 0.8. Dec.
29—lw.
WANTED.—Employment by a gentle
man, who has travelled en'ensively
and is fluent in several languages, and
is familiar with office and field work.
Reliable and temperate disciplinarian.
Excellent refrences. Services avail available
able available from 2nd January, 1921. Kindly
write “A.Y.Z” cIoP.O.S. Gazette.”
■»# . 26 th—
WANTED.—Two gentlemen boarders
each to have his own bedroom and the
use of the whole house in quiet locality
near the savannah. For particulars ap apply
ply apply to A.N.O. cjo. this paper.—Dee. 10.
Lott
LOST.— At the Princes Building on
Tuesday evening (21st instant) One
large Crepc-de-chine Scarf, pearl white.
Finder will be rewarded on presenting
same at 25 Marine Square.—Dec. 24.
—lw.
LOST.-By 11.M.5. “Cambrian” in
Gulf of Paria, Two Torpedoes, for the
recovery of each of which a reward of
TEN POUNDS is offered. Finder
should communicate with the Hon. Col Collector.
lector. Collector. of Customs (Naval Agent)—
Dec. 9 —lm.
announcement
F. E. WHARTON
•8 Marine Sq. Ice House Buildings
w In receipt of English Buggy, Har Harases
ases Harases Racing, Exercising and Semi-Mili Semi-Miliary
ary Semi-Miliary Saddles, Yard Brooms, Hair
Brooms. Also Pickaxes, Axes, Wedges,
Wedge Hammers, Shovels Manilla Rope,
anchors, Anchor Chain, Tar, Oakum
Turpentine, Genuine Linseed Oil, Copal
* aiitish, Paints and avariety of
Kitchen Utensils. All the above are
roods of quality and merit,
me Price THE PRICE is the Thing.
PHONE: 638.
Sale ct Valuab e property.
IS rOBTOF SPAIN.
Favoured with instructions received
from .Mrs. Juliana Blanche,' the under undersigned
signed undersigned will offer for sale by Public Auc Auction
tion Auction at their Auction Mart,, No. 12 St.
Vincent Street, Port of-Spain, between
the hours of 1 and 2 pjn. oti Tuesday,
11th .January, 1821,
PROPERTY NO. 17 STONE STREET,
PORT -OF-SPAIN,
built of reinforced concrete and covered
with galvanised iron: feur bedrooms,
drawing and dining rooms, front aud
side gallaries, sewerage and bath in
house, aud usual out rooms with garage.
Next t# Victoria Square. Fine opper oppertunity
tunity oppertunity iter a large family in want of a
quiet residence.
Can be seen at any time before day
of sale betwoes the hours of 9 a.m. aud
4 p.m.
Dated at Port-of-Spain this 28th day
es December, 1920.
F. J. SCOTT 4 SON,
Government Auctioneers.
HUMPHREYS’
WITCH . HAZE (Miffin'
(CONFOUND)
Kor Piles or Hemferrteolds,
External or Internal, Blind or
Bleeding, Itching or Burning.
One application brings relief.
•t all druggists -
*••4 tree Sample 0 J Claimant ta
Medlciat Coaptßi*
156 >5 Uliana Street, New York.
SICK STOCK
BOOK on treatment of Horses. Cows,
*1 eep, Dogs and other animals, sent
-***. Humphreys’ Homeopathic Vete
nnary Medicine*, 156 William St, N. Y.
TonHMUo Tij Os
For heavy, medium and
light Shantung Silk, also
assorted eolqur Washing
Silk for ladies dresses dressesgoing
going dressesgoing cheap.
1 18SaI SILK STOW*
F A 4NSRX,
9, Park Street,
•' V \ fdMl«. %.•***• 4-•&„ • : v V -

For Sale,
The Schooner “RESTLESS” of Gre Grenada,
nada, Grenada, Official number 135404 of 85 over
11100 ton 3 gross. Length 30’ 4”
Breadth 11’ Dept of Hold 6’.
This vessel was built as a yacht in
Boston, Mass.; in 1888 and was purchas purchased
ed purchased by this colony for service as a Be Bevenuue
venuue Bevenuue cruiser but is now no longer re required
quired required .
The ‘ 1 RESTLESS ” is a handsome
craft, in good order and serviceable as
a pleasure yacht. She can be inspected
ih St. George’s, Grenada.
Applications for purchase should be
addressed to the Colonial Secretary of
Grenada.
(Sgd.) H. FERGUSON,
Colonial Secretary.
Grenada,
22nd December, 1920—1 w.
I
For Sale
NO. 45 JEBNINGHAM AVENUE.
A Lovely and Comfortable residence
containing the following
Seven Bedrooms, Four Dressing rooms
Two Dining Rooms, Drawing Room,
Two Servants’ Rooms, Largo Garage
and usual Out Offices. The parcel of
lsmd upon which the same property
stands measures 105 feet by 189 feet.
For Price and Particulars apply lo
R.j A. FITZWILLIAM,
Solicitor and Conveyancer,
30 St. Vincent Street,
’Phone : 652. Dec 19.
Felix E. Alonzo & Co,
ShippiDg and Commission
Merchants.
Manufacturers Agents and ’Produce
Dealers.
Hlfberi Mirim Price paid
for COCOA.
Phone 753. Mar ns Sq
For Glasses Comuo-

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46 Frederick Str»i«t
Notice
The public is hereby warned that my
wife Joaephine Maaon, (Zune) is no
longer ander my protection, ad that
I will mot be responsible for any debt
9T debts contracted by her in my
name.
JOSEPH MASON.
Otee* HHI VHlage,
Diego Martin.
Dec. 90—lw.
Mules, Mules,
MULES.
Just received per Steamer
“ Weetaven l,”
iOO Mules.
IN GOOD CONDITION
Buenos Aires.
FOR SALE BT
FRANCIS MENDES,
4, Ikoadwat.
Dee. 19—lm.
St. Joseph Nurseries.
Open daily from T a.in. to 5 p.m. For
Sale « Econowie and Decorative plant*
drafted Mangos. Budged Oranges,
GTape Fruit, Ac. and Soedting Fr«i»
tr"os. Liberal discount alipwed *,u
raceeG ordora and orders of e<*er
ftertp. Mia. L. A. BRUNTON, I’-;,
pileii'cm.

San Fernando Sals Boom,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW
SHIPMENT COMPRISING
Bentwood Settees, Bentwood Chairs
and Rockers, Elaborate Bedstead with
Brass sft. 6ins. wide, Rattan Suite of
5 pieces, Meat Safes, lee Chests, Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent Crapaud Dining Chairs, Cedar
Wardrobe, and Dressing Table com combined,
bined, combined, Rattan Sofa, Dinner Waggons,
Mahogany Tables, Locust Sideboard,
etc., etc.
ALL AT CUT PRICES.
WALTER W. BONYUN,
Sale ofles Efforts' House
FRIDAY BTH JANUARY 1921.
Favoured with instructions received
from Messrs. The St. Madeleine Sugar
Co., Ltd., the undersigned will sell by
Public Auction on Lands of “LES EF EFFORTS,”
FORTS,” EFFORTS,” Naparima, at 1 p.m. precisely,
on Friday Bth January, 1921, the Timbor
Building covered with Galvanise, knowa
as “LES EFF.OBTS HOUSE,” save
and except the Brick Foundations. Pur Purchasers
chasers Purchasers to remove the Building within
one month from date pf sale.
Terms: Cash due and payable on fall
of the hammer.
L. W. BONYUN & 00.,
Government Auctioneers.
Jeopardise YOUR HEALTH
For Your NEW YEAR FESTIVI FESTIVITIES,
TIES, FESTIVITIES, don’t fail to secure Puro, Hy Hygienically
gienically Hygienically prepared and Sterlized
Aerated Dr'-nks
THE MOREBN FACTORY.
Only the Purest Water, Cane Sugar
(not, saccharine as some other fac factories)
tories) factories) and Fruit Flavourings em employed.
ployed. employed. Send your Holiday Orders at
once.
BOBT, T. McSHINB,
46 Henry Street.
’PHONH : No. 1067
Dec. 16 1
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McCarttfs Pharmacy
BELMONT.
Begs to wish its namerous customers
and friends a
PEACEFUL AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR.
•Just Received Received-13
-13 Received-13 Cases Champagne “Veave Amiot”
16 Cases Champagne “Leon Ch&ndon”
!A
51 Oases Ohampagnc ’ Cristal Vouray ’ ’
15 Cases ermoith “Noilly Prate”
12 Case* Vemoonth “Eivoire”
For Sale by
J. ORSINI & HIJOS,
B.c. 11-Sw. M Cb *““ St"et St"etgovernment
government St"etgovernment
Greoaa Provision Depot
Port-of-Spain
UtbttMM J«Hy 10)7,
Pysdnss iehrorod free la PmHsf.
Gash « Mhtrv.
Tm “ iaa - Yams,
SheUsfi Oora, Cterm ea cob, Fariae, Pum PumhiDs,
hiDs, PumhiDs, Bddoes, eie.
Shelled Cora or ns ©ob, win be nor norc
c norc ia*#d in any quantity from growers at
current market rate.
Address prodpee to Manager es
D'-pot. Empties returned free ##. •*»
fCTSf of 35 or over. I* *th*r east)
totunwl and cost dedeteei. P*r P*r“*”**
“*”** P*r“*”** * W retara through Oel’rrfar #f.
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TWO PENOF,

PM lIOIT.
The Most Beautiful CAE i
in America.
800 my comfortable seats and
springs make it a joy to ride in fa %i
Paige, aad the Paige six cyliader ea eagine
gine eagine runs so smoothly and
that it is a pleasure to drive.
The Paige is a car that will gite !g
years of service, and that will qgll
look libe a back number after tw#
years’ wear. Spare parts are seldffia
needed but are easily obtained in cut§f :
of accident. Ask any Paige onraet
what he thinks of his ear after
ing it for 4 or 5 years.
One only model 6-46 for Sale;
■ arrived just in time to escape the Bep§||
30 pr cent duty. Call and see it 'jjsm
64 Queen Street.
BDWI>. A. DEARLS, 111
Ncv. 28—lm.
SAlEpl
84 QUEEN STREET.
JUST RECEIVED, a very handsote
Mahogany folding sard table, Hui- I
wood extension dining table in exeetM&jP
condition. Set of Hardwood Digfef s'
Chairs. Two hardwood presses. Tlm I Icedar
cedar Icedar presses. Set of Chairs and W-,J
enamelled white. Large steel Ipk-.' k.
case for documents or stationery Wfßk
plies, enamelled olive green, flat hq
lock and brass handles. New steal .
Vault or Strong room Door and I'naq
double doors, combination and key lock*
Steel Office Safe. Very good 1 ‘ U.NDHI 4|
WOOD” Typewriter. Colombia asijf
Vietor Gramophones, Several handMmflJjlf
Brass Candlesticks. Brass bowls awl -
large Brass Jardinieres. Several go«t#ji;§
neck and adjustable electrie readisg
lamps, would make splendid Xmas pre presents.
sents. presents. Handsome Wardrobe with rite
Mirrors and Good Drawer accommc&t accommc&t-’PHONE:
’PHONE: accommc&t-’PHONE: 841.
HAVE YOUR PIANO OR
PIANOLA ADJUSTED.
By one who knows how .'d
o, t.^rocM|
C|o. GOLDING, 1 PIGGOTT & Ottl'Kj
14 Frederick St.
Estates Fop Sale
SAN jri\R rotate
(OUMUTO.)
comprising about 49 acres. Bounded >|
by Cumuto River, Cumuto Main Ro*4 ' .
Sorzano and Pappio, all planted
cocoa, contains three (3) cocoa hoß»ti§||
with dwelling underneath one of then. ||
PORA VEA U E ST A 7 /?.
(La Lune, Moruja,)
Savana Gsande South. Comprising abort sis
56 Acres. Bounded by the sea, Coopefi J);
Nigger & St. Clair. Planted with toot* fg
mu coconut. Contains one cocoa-hotertlS|
three dwelling houses.
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Stollmeyer, Ltd 1
7 Richmond St. Phone 574
ARB IN RECEIPT
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ScantliDj?, Boards and |
Planks

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Cocoa Shovels IS
Cocoa Twine
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44”* r ;|®|
Pick Axes
ecyiho Blades A Jl
Handk#.|§
While Cotton -JBt
Waste?*

14 &16 Gauge â– 
Iron Wire
Plain and Cor Corrugated
rugated Corrugated gal’d
Sheets
i” Insertion
Ualvan’d. Wire
Netting
Hex. Bolts and
Nuts
Bq. ARd. Mouth
M!l Shovels

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