Jamaica times
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Title: Jamaica times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: February 15, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Kingston (Jamaica)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Jamaica -- Kingston
Numbering Peculiarities: Volume and number designation is dropped with issue for <Jan. 6, 1962>.
General Note: "A weekly newspaper and magazine."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 41 (Aug. 25, 1900).
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System ID: UF00085573:00003

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Y O more for thebs trial Chrstiaa ends. Be down, then wind upbotb; since we
---Bt why o so many oru
E.AD PSALM xc ; 2 CO. in the soelal cirites in whteik m move, Most surely judged, make thy accOunts
--- hearts tat re rekig that ere&kigad th agree.-Gt0oas HBIB4aBs T.
"See that ye walk circutmnseetly, are beset with fiteart mpteou are
not as fools, but as wise, redeeming silently looking to us for snteor and
the time because the'days are eviL"- comfort? W jie God will r"u uy reld liketo s 99, HARBOUR ST.
E s. v. 15, 16. quire at our hands the he Yu would k to see 99 HAROUR ST.
T heutn t, nto when we eaed a Good Literary Peper estab- Kingston.
before were as deprved wo as I t ti do a nghbores d aasbo lished in Jamaica I Well, why
rudes around them, were expected to bretquire 4 friends d itfed
do far more than defe themselves bth w hae a 6 don't you help to *es blish it ?
frot the general vcrruption. As fgol away because we elected their Church Commercial & Show
lower of Christ~ it w.a des',aded of keeper.
thet that they should endeavour to THB: BIB -
veroue and ene t. It was their Tri SHOP CLE JA M A I
eating not to save theuselves, but to ... A AA
emaneipate, if they c6nld. their THE ALL DAY STAMPNO. JA lPEB
brethren. They lhad e ligbts --
the Lord; not to keep their light in a On 9w 2 o1 of December the SEND YO OR
lantern for their urw gpuislnce, but became lawfo tu Fne a tt iri; I
that. by the shining of their Chriotai that in every shop.teoreewr elsewhere V I REOT
example, they might invade the ternt- oods of any description ii, a n
story and disperse the darkness of evil. or sa there abold be p4wir* for 106, HARBOUR ST., ADR RECEIVE PERSONAL AND
L was in reference toths vocation oB hag of the girl end woM dlerdks,
that the tpostle exhorted therm r- ,, maoy ets asu tie e KINC~ TON PIROMPT ATTENTION.
heir o S ime show- -- -
tonities. The ti.es were evil; thrc ed that the necessity fore
fore, let them do in then all the gol similar thing had been fairly rally
they conld. The world was lying ia reeognised thpre, where hw r, the Under the management of Mr. C. H.
wickedness, let them not withdraw law hanot yet been pam6ed.eere ie JOHNSON, of Bristol. The alone U, D BA .
from it and so rob it of the g:ace of Trinidsd, re mark our et LNpNr-y is ofited f up on the Eneglish prin iple,
God; let them rather cast themselves the Port of Spain Gauetwbeoe the anted uone cn enjoylh air Cutting,
upon it, and let tlher cnleavour by climate is far more trying thanin Shviug or Shampooinw, under the CIGAR
rigidly observing the Christian rule to Europe, and where tho hours are, in most favoureb!e conditions. Pat
bring it into subjection to Clrist, the majority of cases, not very ench ronised by the Nobility and Gentry AND
Many of us need this exhorttation, shorter, it is surely not too such to of the Island.
for our conceptions of Chrittian dii urge once again, as has been so often
sipleship are negative rather than (lone in the past, that onr merchantsCIGA
positive, and we are far too concerned should in common hnmaninty provide l ring Dept. GA
about our self-defence to render pro 'seate for the girl and women clerks
per and efioient service. A man who they emJployed. Some have The TAILORING DFPT. en. A U AiC UR
i always guarding himself against the used the argumunet that to atheeL.
posibilit4y of ife Ctoor ~nt atgiftmemployees to it dwn whenl ploys Two Cutters, ard undertakes n1) SZa ZbO
can never know the reality of health. ly enga d in attendingoua N, -t., a
Soldiers whb are anxious only about would be liable to reader LIt. L _EsI lOR OTM. -
ther comfort in the amp, will alwa s But thi we cannot help it I a AL DESC TIO OFTAIOIING.
be K ter t -6*a th- enemy. And tn great mistake. At
like meo r follows o Christ. whose 4ye.-srre (in the a
W hole endeavour s to save themelves arrangements of a case, e J IU184
from 'this present evil, will nevtr a stand), which may so nhe
ao what the oy f salvation is. sea ia program in st et ...STOCK8 ... -
They will oo-as l ir of keeping soIes when a ohiefl Ladies OOTS-and SHOES
thsemeslae nspeted by its ~lalon, comes na a cer.k not of the highest grades. All we ask of Smokers is
-when their 0o0l eldav"or to h cap u customer, Is In- our
Sfar away from itas they e. We liable to eneourage 1 h LADIES HKFS8, COLLARS, a Oareful Comparison.
are set nto the world by Christ, aeen clerks; especially when _ae a_'om-
as he was sent by the Father, to save pulled to tand and walk 9 I or CUFFS, TIES, AND SCARVES.
and to sanctify it. And if in the power 10 hours a dar in the at W And it J I n
of ths Holy Spirit, our lives have the munat be remembered .that w er the III *II
effect of convincing it of its sin, and of men clerks are able freely# Rtlonge o tm UII IIU UJi
Christ's righteousness, and of certain and sit on the counters, thl form of JEWE AND EN
judgment, -we are not likely to incur rest is one not available to tdu others. D P JEWLL AND N AV
dage from it. In the sinoerity oT A little oonkaideratton a 0udhidea J3, OIc UROH TRBEET.
our intention, and the earnestnew of shown totheir employee by ar- Shirts, Hatl, Collr, Rad -made K TONJAMAIC
our endeavor to help it, we will d a cbants in this respectL we Cothin, oo and hoes,JAMAICA
erity against its infection. Its confident earn for them Neckwars e Perfumery, Tolet c e-
wickedies is Aot likely to harm any of improvedad inorea s( thir qnikte Pyjuamar et, etR. Tal arINST ABSOBTM T o
ona wih takes it upona hhert as the business; ad we cannot m ntrnn r11IWtTTOT
Cross of his Saviour. urge the adoption of A ftlfI.. WfL UD ILM JDfl .
Understandi what the will of our oboe from an interest. a Ar W
Lord for the ~ eod is, vi tha4 its humaitariun point of rotor of the Sport Dep UVENIR SPOONS OF NATIV E
wickedness is to be condemned, it What oar oonte oM Iell of the Sport De MANUFACTUBRI
mier is to be relieved by His grace urge* conoerning Trna wth. ..s.. t D Lk
aad truth applied through the minds equal foree to JamSiA NNG S Athletic equtes. AN
Story of i people; it is a seriota ques ._ indingl the famous- -aMe
tioa for each of us, whether we are D La e B .O. No 1. Bangz!- a Wd Bl.as oB. ng
ficiently careful of buying up oar Wisdom And Nd IW e--gR o--,g, R srs.
opportu ies for Him. Manuwenot -- AND INKSHAW RACKETS. and iverg ay -i--r
all cnfes that many a golden ehanee A mirror is no ue to a __
not %few have ein lost besease they mou0seN10 --- -ET U T O
Snotreco d I Many of the All t l thMates is a
bethavr n en ot t b, cracked dish.
bewase we to pai them Takee offour laew W4 01
at te eo wa a ed As g $oods Ila -for O od.
market have o be pat or a o We ry ln the laeteU tn TO SCALE INSECTS, RUST MITES, AND FUNGII
hor t. -r Se o S ah to T o a for, a TITAT AFFECT CITRUS AND OTHER TREES
ff-dseisl, ad oeften low.boria LhWir w away w"ir it..
And so. al&.. many opleadid -oon maG made nt des
of helping ourt bhrentae been lost made t taw .-Oowoap. Sulphur Solution r Isetiide
without wreall, bsauns they cot more a In gM pridoeis a o
pains and tboughtfalh m than we were all reasm sIakes-R- PRICE St. PER GALLON. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS.
willing to give at the time. Aqgato Tie childhood shows a ---- e
many, ae trampled down by ah be. moMrnulnhw the dy. **BURPIE 'S SBEDS GROW,"
ese they are small ad we l Gd gien if we Our Fresh an i Oomplete Stock just arrved. rder Now
on the oualook for peWsibe Gone. lose one, we hate eed.a F m UWS m m UXPXPmL
the immediate and hible dutie of Who e beneath
life for aome great and oustanding finds rest beneath hiso wn. ^ BUCHER A 015,8 LOU an?? r s.
enterprise, in which we feel capable of The dew of blssin fll FULL LINB IN STOCK.
taking a prominent plase. Even when Where .e tarJs s A
.ot thus.tpted we are som-tinlmsI atxouww. c rnlThe Tgriotural W a.rehnao
etined to md In what we e doel.g an Sum up at night what thoe doneA .Th O 5AgrM.i AU a, ,U J
exsee f(or the work whish we areo bdyH i (O
leting arndone. I li-god; for ox- And Ite morniang HbL G h. B UtrtNK I A CO0
amhPt that so mu ch of our energ to dos. moralni
poor, r~Menp the desamd evangel- .~ doeay 145, NA t8 tU T.,- KtNOSTON.
Ing the lofel We should never think Ad growth of it; ifwith watch
of doing les, but strive to do tenfold that too Mention tk "Times" wArn within Advertiers. .

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Edited by H. 0. Burnett.
Article. intended Jor Ote agrees
tnrai page will be carefully consiudrc (
TI* dAraicultural Editor, will an4W

all gtions forwarded by our readers
n agricultural and kindred topics.

West Indian Products.
We extrcct the following from the
interesting columns of our con
temporary the Denierara Argosy.
One extinct industry in the West
Indies is that of indigo. In some of
the silads the remains of the; factories
Worked by the older Freoeh eoloants
areto be met witn L l dio is now
artifcially made is Germany, which.
has supplied EJropean markets, but
for some purpose the natural product
is indspensable. It may not be gece
rally known that the pimento trade of
Jamaica, once so fBouri ing, suffered
greatly when the dussians the princi-
pal consumers, de4arred by the
Crimean War from obtaining supplies
from that island, luckily discovered
on the banks of the Ural Rliver, a tree,
te bark of which was iorad to be a
complete substitute for the West

or made up of the eu st&dee'of' the
milk, which on excitement by the
piilker'i hand, oP the suction of the
Swe call milk...
crili hoke 'nown Finto the flpct id othiclS
'.T'he~e milk glands under the ma a _iL lturor4w alm "
ternaj instinctive action induced by mwtoh rdweI e iie o n i for-tlpaw
.... ti n. I rn ahd fortwsity

wi nPm ihue caarre lps, or Ine
Ailker's hands, immediately-ifthe
cow is willing break down lioto a
liquid which we know as milk, and
every kind of maer al in it is con-
t.ined in the blood ; and under sonle
circumstances, when the excitement
is intense, or by some defective ac-
tion of the glands, the milk is mingled
with blood, or the ndder secretes blood
only, which has been a rellknown,
but not common fault of some cows
thus made unit for daery use.
These facts are safficit to expla n
many things in regard to the milking
of cows, and to suggest some consider-
ations in regard to the milking func
tion, as practically connected with
dairy work. Some ews habitually
bold up their milk, as we say. The
right understanding of the previous
facts explain why they do this, uua,
how they are able to do it. Some
cows give bloody milk under some cir
cumstances, and these faces explain
why this is possible, and the cause of
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agriculture there.

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passed a bill for the insurance of all

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t is to be regreted if tobacco culti-
vation in Guana fills to the ground.
In olden times tobacco was largely
grown in and exported from the West
dies. There is a legend that Queen
Charlotte used snuff and would take
only that obtained from St. Vincent.
Several attempts have been made to
re establish the cultivation in that
island where tli plant iha flourished,
but endeavours to satisfactorily inanu-
facture it feiled- The old records of
Barbados show to what a large ex-
tent tobacco of island growth was used
as an article of barter more than 250
years ago.
About Estates.
Georgia and Swanswick in Trelawny
are not to be abandoned as was re-
ported. On the. pntrary, they are
doing well.

heifers are entirely useless as milkers,
for cheir own calves will not take the
milk, which is simply blood, unchanged
by reason of defective structure of the
udder. It also explains why it is that
sometimes cows give a nauseous puru-
lent matter instead of milk, when by
reason of inflammatory condition of
the udier, the blood in it c pus instead of milk, a( the blood
changes in wounds or eruptive turtiors
It also explains how it is that the
foods affect the milk, giving their own
character, good or bad, to it ; and how
foods well disposed to fatten an ani-
mal, will fatten the milk of a sow,
which by nature is obliged to give her
surplus nutriment to the calf. In
fact, it goes both ways. It shows the
opposite of all these conditions as well.
For thesimple reasons that caw which
is well supplied with the materials will
gifetbtter and more milk than one
not so supplied. For a cow, as every

omtoers ana men on active service in
time of peace against accidents. The
government pays the interest, and not
the amen.

SDutch workingmen have passed
through gloomy holiday seasons. la
Rotterdam alone. out of a popula-
tion of 38,.000, fully 5,(000 workinug-
'.ten areT unable to secure employnImnt
The British ( ,oluljia Goe'riinrent
lha stopped the export o cedar to Lbe
United States.
All theuaw-mills in British Colum
his have combined on a schedule of
prices for the Canadian and the expo t
-Undeki setioa of sunlight a
single .fiw.6 green leaf will take
fromn- lt 'sir in an hour as much
arbomie id gas te is contained in a
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Science in Milking. ctuer productive thing, must have the CcoIsm o 4ir eignt ieet,
SrigLt materials in due supply, and can. the saar ea of cross-se
.WHAT IS MILK? not make anything else but nothing, face of ti leaf.
out of nothing, taking the liberty in -
this expression of the tact to stretch The value of the wine r
It is commonly supposed that milt the sigiScanoe of this word nothing. vineyawrie Boumania Ia
is made by the cow and stored in the IL elps very much in the full 7,500.000.
udder. Thls is a mistake. Forty or upderstanding of the business of milk- --
fifty years ago no one knew prec.ely ing cows, which it-is closely connected Our Export
what milk was. Even the scientific with, this idea of the udder b, irn an
students, the physicians and ansito active nervous secret or-at, :,It Approximate stateme:
mists, did not understand tihe special simply as a bag to hold milk u'hiclh i by the Mherchant's Exchan
functiorns of the milk organe. 'he pouredinto it ready made -
writer, we quote from an exchange, has o.r
a personal knowledge of this, for when Notes,
a student in a medical college there Notes Artil
was no information in any of the books Tho U. F. C's. steamer Ethelwold '
beyond the mere structure of the udder that went.to Lues last w'ek for
or milk producing organ of any am- 2.000 banana stem, nly got 9 0.
mal. The light, broke in upon the As we announced the Company is ---
mind of the writer nearly forty years going to resume the purchase of fruit Coffee, c t. ..
ago, when keeping a dairy and one f in Montego Bay. Cooanutal 14,87,1
his co e was aceicntly killed as the Coooa, CW. ... 16,8
herd was crossing a railroad on their ocoa, 9
way to be milked. Qne of the best of At a St. Thomas Cattle Sale, D7ewooW; 7. U3,1
the herd, hen milking twenty quarts OGrrand Hall, 138 head went for Bnanas, ... 9,079,5
a day, when dresed (not being injured 5GO. 8 sheep at 65 and 11 mules Orag, .. 75,2M.,l
for making beef), was found to have at 33 were withdrawn. Gngr, e r ..t 15,
only a few drops of milk in the udder. PiRm oW 62I5,
Acte4seis'ertnn of the adder and Content Penn in St. Elizabeth is R i, .," S,4
miceoscopiial ext.mntiohn isomloscdthe said to hIave. een purchased by a > -
faet that the udtd-' wos packed tightly Canadian for cassava growing. Pp -
with a mass ut wmute vehicless, or --Ai e Paper,
glandular ii"es fdrated liko bunches The Germ"n Em)eror is sending send A.n Show
of grapes, each ttached' o s a stem Freiherr Von Leon, a gentleman farm- well taery.O
which was a duct, and this leading to
other ducts, and these to larger ones,
until the teat was teaeliwd. On cutting
through these mniate vehicles there
v as % very minute globule of ol or fat i
in sever.t of them, with only a very
little milk; not enough in the wliote I
udder to more than wet the table on
whichh the -o.vrk was clonBs The.-e
globulet needed a strong microscope in addition to our usual supply .f. Best Qualit
to examine then sufficiently. This CAROLINA PINE at Special Low Pricil .*r .Ce sh.
disclosure at once explained how it
was that when one begkl ttd iilk the

loge mte f\'Llt.- WFe,-d Qoe d s
and the te; t needed sombittei work-
ing to get the milk to flaw; that, in
fact, the mil ki was made aot tbrouh 4h
:the tervas betwe" milking, t D R S
the materis d'it- wfer, apdaf these
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E IGLISH Mutton, Game, Fish and
other Delicacies by fortnightly
steamer. American Fruits, Oysters,
etc. Iced Sootch Ale on Tap, at3d.
per glass.
JOSEPH R. DACOSTA, Proprietor.
N. H.--Telegrams received daily, and
can be read immediately on arrivaL
Al]o late English and American PaP ra.

Unsurpased Value.

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Nay Gove entire,

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ble Width (54 Inches).

Write or send for Snmples.
120 Harbour Street.

(Foi' Boys.)
HIS commodious SebooTis situated
in a quiet locality at 97 Church 8.
Tennis, cricket and physical drill in
the shaded grounds. Prof. Giavelli t
drill master.
Bo)s prepared for commercial career
after baving been given a liberal educa-
tion. Shorthand. Typewriting and ele-
mentary Book-keeping taught.
BoArd s -49 per annum. A redut.
tion for brothers. Shorthand taught
? bylqrtmanduMe .- ,_
Principal: A. NOEL COSSWTESLt,
(10 years at Church of England Gram-
mar School.)
Assi.taht A. & YmNLA~ x later,
B. A. (London.)

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(By Jack Span.)

It is a matter of wonder bow
few native Jamaicans perceive any
marked difference iu the weather,
as seasUu succeees season, year by
year. The expresaioat, "last win
ser," next spring," this summer,"
etc., are seldom heard, and if by
chance one does happen to hear
them, the person who is responsible
for them is either a foreigner, or a
Jamaican who has spent some part
of his life abroad. The only name
the average Jamaican has for a par-
tieolar part of the year .is the
October season," which in reality is
the beginning of Autumn when rains
are plentiful.
Any one who hks studied the differ-
ences of the season, will find that
there are more facts worthy of
notice, co..necte wllt T"treb smr
of Jamaica than would at, first be

To benn with we have our reg
lar Spring, Summer, Autumn and
Winter, just the same as denizens
of more northernly latitudes We
are at present experiencing our
Winter which is usually distinguish
ed by the strong har-h breeze,.
which blow all day long, re.om-
panied by clud- of .ust which son
ously irritate one'h eyes aind neces
state the wearing lt black g -,;les
At night this changes to a chilly,
sickly wind into' which .o lady
would venture without her cape or
woollen shawl. Sometimes we ex-
prience what is generally termed a
SNorther," but which might be
truly called one of our cold snaps,"
During the last cold snap which
a in pgston a few week6
s, it ', a a oQmorn eight ttmea
-'tmldenen sterlto.g h Tht t*
wearing a light over-coat or mascin-
. Iproper areo b not taken of
one' self during the Winter, sick.
te is nalmostr"wre to follow (aey
imprudent exposure to the breioe,
therefore every care should be taken
-to keep the body 'warmly clad at
nights. For many people catch
co ds now-a-days by foolishly per-
sisting in wearing their summer
m erinos.
Another characteristic feature of
r t-lotropat winter w the fact that
the heat begins to decrease at about
3.30 in the afternoon and in an
hour's time almost the entire city is
free from heat.
The next eason of course is
Spring which is gradually ushered
i by the diminishing of the fierce
wind, with which we are now. ra
,Jietd It i lathe SigRIt that te
lowers begin to send forth their
buds afresh,. and the grass which
had been. withered during the win-
ter to resume ite natural green verd
mr. One cannot imagine a more
beaatiul sht than the Kinga
Raoe Course at $his time of the ear.
Ss t th thomanda t-

tsreqi'l fae bloom ia gnfcent.
i Bminer Is renmar i'for its

be WuSntazKiDgton Doctor" fns
ear aAed eheens 54 w oM oar
7 .the rruft meSon It f the
tlme. for manger. naebesrriee, toW S
apples, -t st appiji, and numerous
other well known and highly ap-
rei"ated fruits. This season is a
Iavourite with sohooloy as iti is not
- dark untM newary 7 o'q eb U It is
during the period of the ei*r that
all the wel-tode citisss Itve (for
a abort v.calai l the` att'ay,
-where it ts generlly muoh cooer

ihan in town. u rI Iwfnoe, m~uimru
i -v'fry enjoyable time, kthe time
4f long-day, of prolonged daylight,
Aa& of healthy out door pleasures.
Now we come to the lat season
-which is .he Autumn. No better de-
eription can be lven of this period
than by ayig it a hb ppymedt-
m between summer and W nter.
It is the time during wj~teh the
Summer gradually steals froea ajand
slowly developed into the season.
which we are now having-Winter.


A representative of the JAMAICA
TIMES interviewed Adjuat i Simons
ere his departure frow Kiogston where
for 18 months be has been managing
the Army's Social Home.
* He is a native of Bridgbeltr, Eng.;
while Mrs Siwons, hi)s aitfl partner
in life and w6rk, hails fmNrai orwich.
The Adjutant iai been aniffioer in the
Army one yeas', when his steps were
tnrnewltowarrf the West Indies. He
w' -Ensign then. In tLhe pieceding
yearsit he d seen much iervsn in vai-

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ons parts of Eugland, ast, t and
west. His duties bad, ken bn
to northern stationary borders

about hia s t
brought hiB Inonti
who i now Bgadieitorial
Commander in. the -W sad
the Ad-utaat's Cbhief b iia
then Stiff Cptain p
The Adjtanit had bhoief
Britain up to 1897. oj '
birthday then, in e appJ
for volunteers for f rve, Ra
sign and Mrs.Simone ath. Later
that same year they rese the West
Indles whither they were sert.

KfWIU wrn infn r ninW XEj W-A LakUi I

charge of the Ki to.' but only
for- a few month tlIk '' t they
were drafted to the ohaf.tIe sooial

1900. their number those who should re-
Of the, w-or of Adjutant and Mrs. ceive the four Victoria Crosses which
Sioon there we have spoken.fron time had been awarded in recognition of
to time-in previous issues. We have their valorr. The four chosen were
frequently visited the institution a.d 1 Major Phipps Hornhy, Sergeant Par-
have a thorough knowledge of the im ker, Gunner ILaac Lodze. and Driver
mense amount of labour involved in Giam sock. Several n m.,. for dis-
keeping it going; and in nmainiining Lnguished conduct were ;aito awar-
its neatness and cleanliness. ded.
The Adjuttncitias also done a lot of
work in visiting the prison. Three or INTERESTING INFORMATION.
four visits are paid weekly, and in our
personal knowledge much good has When an officer is in receipt of
beenaccomplishedby his influence. As "retired pay"it means, that he has
a member of the D.P.A. Society his quitted the Service, but an officer
services were most valuable; a fact re- in the "half-pay" list is considered
cognized by the Society at its last Comn- to be still "serving." even thou,
mittee meetiu, when by unanimous "unemployed." Time on half-pay
vote'the Cotmmittee recorded its appre. while unemployed it, however, limited
Sciation of the Adjutant's services. -as counting "service" towards re-
SThe following figures will prove in tirement on retired pay or with gra.
iteresting. Since the Home was open tnity-to one year in ease of ill-health,
ed 35,143 mesal have been provided and or two years il placed on half pay on
20,919 beds. It was always a plea- reduction of corps or promotion to
aure -te viit the' Ulm neat and sweet was its appearance years' service is permitted to retire
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Departure of these two excellent
officers. However we trust and believe
Their places will be worthily filled. The
Army has great resources, and for our
part we shall be as ready to aid the
rfome in the future as we have been
in the past.


IIt was at Sauna's Post, in S. Africa
that Colonl Broadwood's column,
while on the march from Thaba'Nehu
to'Bloemfontein, was ambuseaded by
the Boers under De Wet as it ap-
s- -roteae t---e ide, -deep ,-doga -of
;ft Sprnit Two batteries of
Royal Hoise Artillery, Q. and U., ac-
compauned Broadwood, The latter
'was mrbing in-front, and when the
Snemy opened fit suddenly from the
banks of the donga only t iek aunost
gun was got away from t&e drdful
spot, wbohithe whole of the team
and gunners of the otter guns were
shot down and captured. Two guns
of Q Battery could not be extricated.
one overturned and could not be right
ed, the team of the other were shot
down, and had to be abandoned to
the enemy. The remaining four gans,
under Major PhippsiHornby, galloped
a few hundred yards away, wheeled
round, unlimbeied, and opened fire
with shrapnel against the Boers in
the edge of the douga. It was for
Q Battery to cover the retreat of
the force, and most nobly it did it.
A fortnight later a pile of horses,
visible many hundred of yas off
across the plain, showed where the
guna had stood. It; ws the Colenso
of the horns nsers. In a devilish
leet of lead they stood to their work,
loading and firing while a man was
left. Some of the guns were left with
two men to work them, one was
loaded and fired by a single officer.
1t ULrt^_ ^^ _.. ._ L,- _-*.ti-_ -

Oame only tea men, several of them
wounded, were left upon their feet.
With scratch teams from the limbers,
driven by stagrsgounam th twelve-
pounders staggered out of action, and
the skirmish line of mounted infuna
try sprang to their feet amid the hail
of bullets to chefr them as they
No finer example of the traditional
courage and ooaness of the British
artillery man was ever given than
that exhibited by the officers and
men of ( Battery at Koorn Spruit.
The heroim ro all was such that it
wamsnpasrdbl toasay who were the
bravest, and the Commander in-Chief
was ablinfad to addnt the rare exee-

:dient of treaMing the fiht made by
' the gunners as one of collective gal-
lantry, and allowing the tsrvvorn of

who joined prior to let January, 1887,
are given the benefit of a former war-
rant enablng them to retire afterr
twelve 3e -., vice, and claim re-
tirud pay w a iiatuity in a lump urm.
The scale of retired pay in ordinary
cases is .ns fill\ s : Lieutenant colo-
nel or ((d1 n -I : _- (' t, 4s.": major
(;l ter It \ t t \ -\ ,1 ervic'r ),
L20O1: al ,>;i ir c i-,s 120. The
above scale :ippi ;..- t \ luutarv re-
tirement only. Another sale applies
when officers are compulsorily retired
on account of age, etc. ; Colonel,
420 to 500; lieutenant colonel,
365 to 457; major, 3O0; other
eases 00. The "age" clause ex-
pels officers as follows : Captain to
lieutenant, 45 ; major, 48 ; lieutenant-
colonel, 55; colonel, 57; major-gen-
veral, 62 tieutenant-general or general,
67. All officers receiving gratuity or
retired pay ardliable to a recall in ease
of national emergency.


As one moves hither and thither in
the Santa Cruz Mountains in these
months one cannot help admiring the
beauty in which nature clothes these
regions. They look like Fairy Dells.
The beautiful yellow of the golden
ripe oranges peeping from among the
dark green foliage as a back ground
is a fitting subject for the painter's
brush. The ripened ears of corn
which are every where to be met with
remind the traveller that now is har-
vest time in these parts and autumn
is not yet over. Had it not been for
the giant cotton trees, destitute of
leaves and standing head and shoul-
der above the other trees, having cast
off their foliage for the winter, one
could never dream that we are in the
depths of winter. The air .o bracing
at an almost uniform temperature
regulated by the refreshing sea breeze
is tolerably cool and tavigrating.
The-deaton- tresi0- tTatrn dity are
extremely picturesque and serve a
double purpose at this time, for
while they remind as of a northern
winterl y ieir lo6s of leaves, they
lso acquaint us that spring has be-
gun, for many of their buds are al-
ready bursting Into flowers.
The numerous wild flowers to be
met with along the winding road all
harmonic as though some fairy ar-
tist had carefully planted them there.
These with the magnificent foliage
of the bananas make us feel as though
summerhad not yet ended. Thus
in these months the Sants Cruz
MoentaIs, the paradise of Jamaica
presents a .armonias combination of
alh lla, vAIn_ 1In..n-

I chanting is the b Ienery T I

ST ~lO Cart and Dray Wheels boxed and ready for use
SuM IA L"(made of Native Wood),
*eT I S l rlR Bary Candles Whip e.Chamoise, Harnese Leather.
o las owLe'lathor buckles, Galv. Wire MNetting, .all iMes,
OENERAL IRONN ERY. Galv. Continuous Roofing, ore Raefsp ho soBruehes.
KG T Ice4 Cream Free.ers, 1 to 0 qt., table Brooms,
3 KING STiReST, o' k, Iaokel, arne ]Les IBoliSror p
-edroom Lamps, Harness Dressing, etc., etc'

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[Te-sa-hrs and friend of, saueatson
rs requfwtd to contribute to this col-
mws. We shall be glad to isuert the
Umm' and addresses of Teachers in
want of schools, and we ask Managers
to acquaint us with vacacies. 1



(Special for the Jamaica Timw)
The Board of Education whiab met
during the past week has effected
several changes in the Code. The
Most important are those affecting
Articles 114 and 116 which apply
mainly to Assistants to Principal
Teachers. By the substitution of
new articles a large number of Addi-
tional Women teachers will have to
retire from the teaching profession, as
the sum to be placed at the disposal
of Managers il be altogether insuffi
cient to pay -sch ateachere.--Oly
large schools with averages above

io wUIL-0e gainers. uB, ttues
few in number, and therefore the
women who will benefit will be
equal to their number. When the
alterations are put into effect more
than two hundred women will be
sufferers. The Executive of the
J. U. T approached several members
of the Board, and the Superintending
Inspector by deputation with a view
to have the arti es modified, but their
efforts were unnucces.ful, and the
resolutions were carried at the meet-
ing of the Board by a majority of
It has been stated that the changes
will effect much good to the elemen-
tary profession, but this we fail to
sees it is very clear that a large
number of qualified persons who are
now employed will have to retire
from active service and these are
women who cannot staod a moving
and when all the poible cirem-
stanoes attending thei futmus are
taken into consideration, it must be
said that it is a very great ity
that these changes will affect th
to the extent they will. Though a
considerable number of these women
are trained and certificated teachers
there is no possibility of their ob-
taining positions as principal teachers,
or as teachers of girls' and infants'
schools; and now since the new ae-
tiles of the Code make it impossible
but for afew to work as additionwll
the matberis a very hard one. We
have always held that any condition
whish makes it impossible for a per-
son to ea~lnbread is shameful and
should be at once changed. Changes
which efect improvement in oar
system of education must be hailed
with delight by every right thinking
penO, but were #haus throw a
large mher of derg p le out
of work thereby oamugi e t
Isfer in every posible wayit i quite
within the bondb of reason and jua.
ties that seh changed should be
completely aodiated Twenty pounds
a year is *
for females who in large umber of
fstances havo to pay rental To live
on a mueh smaller wage (if permitted)
will be extremely had, but to be
turned out.of employmbnt *ill be the
hardest thing he will meet with.
It is a settled th that several
teacher will suae tIame extreme,
and therefore it becomes the duty of
elementary teacher to do what can
be done to ameliorate the conditions
that wdl obtain for the female teachers.
Most:p" generally, when matters
aob thais ie, make soattespt
to effect a remedy. But our teachers
ids_ --^ MbA O- I-- *<

the Union make such represantations
as will cause a modification in the pro.
pored system. The Executive of the
Union has tried to do something and
has failed in the attempt, but It must
try again. We must redoul.e oua
efforts and plead onee. more and again
for the unfortunate females who will
be affected. Those who are atthe
head T1 urRsynte will notcode' to
every proposal lade, and this should

never he contemplatedL but if a good
ease be preseiuted, human s ympatry

the resistance an association must be
formed there thii year and it must bear

his diffionlty woald be no more un-
pleaet than is that of the man who
nrann t *I arl a ndi rinet.uA

3Jii fi!'V DrevaU l. naI th.ia an l~n lie? lflfnit the Union. It loelo sounp- I F YID,. 0 W0 1,77irt

brought about by appealing to thoseat
whione hands we desire the good,
through those who khve a greater in
fluence tuan we can wield.
We have been informed that the
members of the Central St. Mary
Branch are working very bhrd to have
a branch of the Union formed at An-
notto Bay. This is certainly move
in the right direction, and we have no
doubt that their efforts will be crown-
ed with success. Now this is just
what every association should do. Les
us suppose that every member of the
J.U.T. decided to gain only one mens
her for the Union during thisyear
What a representative Union we would
have The work must no; be left in
the hand of a few. Members should
look up their brethren and sisters who
are not in connection with associations
and constrain them to join. But the
faet seems to be ba soo a s easost
of our members meet rebuffs on such
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1 ollifit tQa Uniaeny" It O. sineb

natural that the teachers in that par-
tiWular district are.never in good will
towards each otber;-each new man
seeming to be influenced a& soon as
he arrives. But a change for the better
can be easily brought about if each
one will sinkhis difference and decide
to wnrk for the good of the cause. We
therefore plead with our brethren to
the end desired.
General Secretary J U.T.


A certain observer of manners con-
tenda that in most cases it is the wo-
ma -and not the man who proposes.
It miay be, he argues, that .he woman
l4pin puts the question plainly,
iU -you have me!" bat she makes
*o evident her willingness to have the
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li WUIU U 'd| WJSWV *irvu m w"
wonder what tba proportion of rejec-
tions is to proposals under our present
system. Most women, no doubt, say
"Yee" to the flntpropoal, because a
woman generally atiipatea the in-
tentions of a man and, if she will not
have him, exercises br tact to prevent
a proposal. A man who is not fool
can tell in nearly every case whether
it will be worth his while to propoe
to any certain girl. Before a man W in
a situation that warrant bhim in askng
a girl to marry him he has "rshed" or
courted her, and during th prelimi-
nary period he can find out, provid-
ed he ha intelligence, whether bhe
us lad of him. Nevertheless, the
ordeal of putting the question make
even the most confident ofean ner-
vous. A woman who may have favour-
ed a man during the soartebip, may
change her mind when the. alternative
of saying "yes" or' "o" is presented
flatly te her.
On the whole, the present arrange-
mont nnder which man nroao and

woman disposes, is good enough. It
makes really no difference in most
cases which of the two is the acting or
aggressive party since their regard for
each other must be a manual under-
standing. The real proposal comes at
that period in the courtship when the
girl indicates to a uan that he may
p opose.
Rock River,
The Mt. Zion's Endeavourera had
their anniversary last Sunday.
A pigilisticlcombat took place on the
main road to Low Ground; the 18th
inst.. will be the day for the decision
of the victorious one.
The Zion friends will have their
Harvest Festival next month.
'The ectr of Wildman's Gj has
ftered the married ate. We wish
MIser Kellogg & Burroughs.
Mr. Rell e's Airt extertament is
on Tuesday at the Thetre. He and
Memr. Barroureh junior and aor
hae been i0 the oontry this week.
Mr. c. B.Tayllor aeapanled them
on part of their jPrncy which
took them to Bogwalk, Claremont,
Chapelton, Frankfield etc. The Ulster
Spring district is now their object.
Much rain has been encountered, but
the naturalists seem as proof against
weather as against TaiiFe; AaM "fey
are bhopitably received all alng the

Bapk of Nova Scotia.
The seventeentlb annual e
of this important !and suoemessl a
bas beu forwarded to s. Wk a

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As 7aMess Wale Broe. tiAIN
.t*suw~ Stret. lato% owthere at
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uduSeW sibriem hA'"m
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IC aye been Mppy have IUWMutW
Sliaoe becaslert hgtrl was aeompalmem
Wad te man bashful. What for sixproee e
Mhea Alien have done if Pris y the rMA wi
d ot dropped him a broad hint? ordered. The
y girSlWtth e tUe of Priscilla i change fepia
-,he took tae initiatives? te wet w
rnll, uit .would bet awkward for reour. Your
to say ay to grl who had iat
k-m he- hnsm before him td a g
hI-artr rm-l, hera, forever, bat i4A T 7.

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Slllf f if hbe waldead U1TO-s, he Mintd as who gave M Ia kteronbu start
Teta H flromt Wilson; bat l peter as IIsalnbling pll e.ee He e tbere
S. UHWH, W Atate, Hail and tbthe U1 in 188 whan hs (mblitig wpafor.
.looked as sf posessed -s .ay of the bidden at Homburg Germany.- T14
BlAT A" AIT JAICAR" BjADLn EBaslirben. We think the true pe PRINGE HENRY OF week Santoe Dumont hae been trying
-nA eas be brieSy set down thus,--Pit PBRUIA' I VISit. IT flying meaebh with soeas oer
Sth rapid ad aipirititg tfa s eoft the bay, represented in our pleture.
(By a Speial Corepondet. wicket m*st have. had a ry The GerTma. w as is well i-""
(y e on. t-o4e who followed. Wis haow, lok'i W d it has GN. PBED. FUNSTON.
r- -- IGH Woas by waeoing liasptan' leased him to i new e bt new ao-t u t.
no e s eral Wgit batrt _g. It w pi l on of the mt1 famous of the Our readers will remember stht at
Son atwrdy lbt h t h ak rchlved to do ora 11e. nited Stat pbdi d. Te the beginning of lat year there was
wbest the s &new in which be held hlis bL tm vessel s w and the a great deal of talk- about the diffleul-
\ug wtbdx dtortOd le that shows the hats- Kaiet iMth bi the happy thoofbt of y the Amernaus were ooantering
t h al wh inor W g, who L0 i teasing thego Aerlasa, who ly the Philippines, owing to their in-
Crhb sad I nta e boxing was pls ove a Pr ire, by saying his brother aptre the famous rl-
oat Jamelesasi t by s style. Prisee Hy to be preset atthe PUo ta A TSUN
Si ao e ro was the ld mtd tenmie n Mw yah nd to e that on es 3rd of Ms e thin
pj' e -s. of nd la. Ia the ltomta.m 3.w LnO i "-o O ri ledr hd ba teen Bi. Ca
do y,i was in st. At rt O in nt r s Ani e lA a la- whose portray it s prIdo d at pag
1-an bela Livly tes doas wwae thi.Tfr soa.ospoken at tim 12. IHe had w w resrru-
S. antel n tiSe d &BA third reif smo .hito iS upj brot r s to i cnuZr soadece of A 'g Ld January.
al a sense.A f te le rso tbfl.Btri hu eriow r oweer i he Is fn I _rowib this he fond tht the Piipio
eimmo the -sW" a of However be is in
ant is '.twin si I W&
WAS not wM '- t Reothr Stsr toto of Laon at a e-rs---
fre from the st he aWpareWt that the Jac te favear of christening his yacht ton formed a plan to seise hin then;
lria heat which woald have been lacked the driving po r possessed by This Miss Roosevelt h s coDset.ed forged letters to deceive him and
anomfortbe to he rs. She EBglishmea. In spite the good to do, and in a week or so tbefuoction leading 80 Maotabe scouts was t
There a fair tea h fielding of the Home team the number will ome off in brilliant style. Prince Palanan and had hld of Aguinaldo
There was a fair tdmiaee which of boundaries and hits made by the Henry is now in New York Our jt as that leader came forward to
tolreased a rdolly during the day visitors in comparison with the Jaai s (se pages 8 and 9) shpw greet the reinforcements be thought
till it was arge, so that in ed an was very rarkabl. Ge had come. it was one of thnse tricks
son-sthw,~between *80 and- ws he wr aItoh ws resm onony, ine Hmery atho on
ethb0 and e w The iob was re.md on Mondy, imperi al ysct witb h officers ruund that War is said to jastify, Funston is
eitsfn. inte row freqntly express- Snow ad Valencia at the wickets, him; the phowo w take at Kiel thirty nine years of a e, but into
edited itereat by cheers, but there Snow was in good condition. He a Germany, ad some of the ofiers re- those years he has packed a great deal
were no ill natred remarks. a hard, but ometimes carls bat apts d accom u bim to Am- of adventure and daring, and also of
At a ldtle past eleven the coin wa. terg, depending rather on the fo rs bo hi ht are his variety. He has been newspaper
spun and resulted in the visitors win ol his drives to make boundaries, ews, sos of tbe Ksser ihat fe. reporter, railway conductor, explorer
Mnin the to Fane i ton than on the steady play of Bwtr mss Ameriesa Naval oc The and lecturer. lie visited Kloodyie,
seot to the wirkes, the bowling was and Pst. i of te aM- Ctr Ptre h Aows Bobr a the great North Amer ian gold
rated to Withers and Buantte* aosfal, but b nea "I gh BobI" oW Bar S ld I before t wa famous, and
aesmade he writ gle, afelt and it requires a partner w bae bowdetnd to re traled dow. ttle River Yukon in
tolli .S y-styd to l e bell* n a t- e 7vtale o Ptloce. Th .ve a be a os A soldier he one wam e
tbhexSnt over, Dillon Made a bona. give the other tim to rest after is a ed an seed friends as hearty a river under heavy A to carry
dary and between the e tw u the am w atr-ainr ,-Lr-A OPe acrsts to hUp t ta brldg
after ssbsho tbeCns0a rthe -,for_ oIr for and
ay -1-17 Wil- fo a w of drioadin edauu~aee he VY MONTu CARLO once when sent with a tttr from
there e iame a raati ore fr eSw MOrA,.we General. Garcia, bei captured, be
boneieries The momee raomdliyfo gnb Mo 1p h.s t c ont th swallowed the letter. He as as one
efe 7, blfoneull o -who arriv8 e Oha ngae we l o1Pinc is 01 i biogrpers had d s aied, aV f
aSaelml,,r w so L A0%Aa 3bmeeSmofesd*ongin ontho S t S.o. o ste ri brave ded to al Shoip '3 5 yw ` a y ivest out to L a his |Uf. Re wet to gte P ippine

a* ae :a-oe o -oP ,oe aa FUe ,ALODTh! O n WS p,
Be f3oi we d tei r. W nd sia i 4. t. in howor st. as -A V.,latB.e an ftr long servie
1eu is a fat be ragreted O!a Stio Io aa I rea, 4aohains 6e hase just returned to the Sttes,
iS"?wt vi an 120 *a sall Bed le b not donseo well we 1M5 i ftatr lasaitading 2 -his homein California. H spent
w s ho e onired h. hour arrived eaPa tha u eea a" iS h e I the last three L months in ra orpita
afee ib r lunDehon, i ib.y i usal -- lTher i. no ofltiation to speak ob in in the Philippiuwe, but is now alme.t
BeAghter some finay, Dowonfwall as The insects cltiion to pedal of t 4 R. in w e lal &ian
bedsftriliaent~e wish, thneon IGaye He wra giren oat k V., I fr'i entire surface isover- col ana
Oaght by Linton,, a.e very fine catch. ~ regret of he pew a Monaco for i enr~ie rf oits parts wel

a n.-..,etlw reI w.ii .-hbeers.a He, T ALO D t OF Nda. WS

o9vo, tha0 .he l *>a< a-t saasnitb of geagg. a ofdK a lIygh iode theeor eaght a passeages resar
pl. n P detil. may be balls ,r, -Too rW a h ani. ]R-I nin t est nm ,faal ,A sa ,e.nd saC o

with truh a w r te a m hrl that I"eSSde t 0 oh~ e to aca me" 20t.Itohl W er aisn f ndre. .
Jd qItn Making 16.c n the s ane nra j1le the Wttvr uo o gotd on P oseam &W at ten

ree a -T OtTe lt sre IatM nMd Bui y i e te ee lit"a r u u N fo r tons
__aW Nafte ssge 17 o pia ap aego "dur o tea
frun out; s 2 & 17 e i v B *Wllk i tftllu inff VnA lahlt *srA to o n X *e

larwv e a.l. -n uhe of th o 1iit ato of 4 Ii ,i. FRDK, -rtie 1

mtee nMaov agc Mbnaate raabls ral)e do W.. soe ten ied t e stx mn do wit ..
Dwelasa wloe Jard ofn the home out *. l WsO rToi n Ote15? par tru brns Li tub with & remark talat sdo
icde_. wWisno Ahe ernu a tin 3n .14
aabriter 'lfor muogttlo Itiof&the &peeca The ba Umedt" came from%

hdrdfv tywA there -over that he Adl -- s! ifff y taxes ,Theey oert-ittoate. In Wunssquence she was
Snot cceeditakftge a wicket. 17 An immense presser. att OthWyItM ^ t iB quatel Monday. She
o11ious that .e iaa f rmark..*longwiheetMe o; 0f|peb| Ga h tnait paSeSgVS retIrning
1Uesource. m ow 0.anLi.mo LoIe 6olt a&m W day, web fo Eonadbr.
~with sueh m t onr em grtifny to hold operi anoine expmatie lpln Pit te Rpleace a the It oJeLat for u ro -thre ea
Jan~icaa~re'e thriwiBUoBt ofth - eomdse uerstanod tme sLtuaatio and praised WMt W. -e Hal fan de.
-- threat t oiy wren, polite btoie trito will. e our mn iesh d aey. oad St. Ano Eis d od (drew for
language anky." Bati thin e at = ahirt en mnae their article. It Bwi,11 tOwil'V'tneth&e lv an s
blooedfrof oui hka aswef an wate^i .r4'l T rochia1 B ,t., Andg^ .
ebwd wh tbhe -agnient eldin fros our pen. ,a irf leila Chair oand ndrat

of the JaVleams must be o2 'pinioz -- *' '-rsn -' ?eriaAn
-fn. thi"ey were x, long way from being ^" *g .l r' i r t by -'c f ta M an-. M J
-so trighte ed. o iter looked to .i seat nce tOiM lna, sixa. oaths
a v *f *s THE ROYAL tuattaflfi fr ordtfE 21e0ra00ee00ixt s
The rest of i week wa s &,r, ai Ine an ', i a ta jad with at et

Dews"nBE CvelDUrUsed in Military So01ool of ,a!niiee m, i. -*hool at toll Gatea o. Aofndrew^.u

5aei^ limer .Apsi4. Nmtirovi Wax Offloe and Otherr LeparfmentB. -air t S liaatbh,
-tA^ &rPnof~ Wr o larlprtclar and Is nformation, aply to sole lte--esen;ve in the btAfore Jd Lmm'uIai. One piTsne for
~-6' 'iSs a'nS a-tenp at -silt rgAReiNed 12ao,W.I. iit.
AS, W.I. sWroke ith the ama-r:in1 swithout a 4

air~esu %besitatio an


On Tued.rayj Telegraph Messeger
tried to insist on wearing his cap in
the Supreme Court. saying Poatusater
Pearee told Lim not to remove it any.
whereas it was part of his -uniform.
The Chief Justice said he must re-
move it in Court at anyrate,and be did.
Barton's Estate, Westmoreland was
valued by the Government officers
at 3,000. The owners thought
1,800 would do. The officials then
said 0O ,assed.
On 8andy Porns had another fire.
Part of Mr. Forsyth's provision store
was detroyed -
The .dadgeoeserved. judgment in the
MoD ,d Lofthouas (Kingston
S Garsdepjra .se, whicb ha such a long
hearing, The issue is if Mr. Loft
heane ea sell out the centre plot jn
Kingatos Gardens for any purpose
bat making a Park or Garden.
Constable Tafe for making a false
satetmetie runaiega Ptolic Goort
ase has been sentenced by the I. G.
A -_ -

A woman got a tumble from the
East Street Car on Sunday night in
trying to alight. On Monday morning
the same catastrophe befell a gentle-
man who got off while the car was
movinir. .n Tuesday evening we
witnessed a& similar accident on the
same line.
The s s. Burkman will oon be
running in the U. F C's fleet ul Auit
carriers from Jamaica.
Kingston Lily Lodge has a balance
of 140 and a' membership of 64.
Nathaniel Miller was chiargd with
arson bt week at MPndeville. The
first jury disagreed and was dis.
charged. The second convicted him,
and hego*, three years penal. Gordon
owed Miller sixpence. Miller destroyed
some wood of Gordon's, and Gordon
took hi paaloons. Then Miler
cleared out Gordona'house and barat

Toe Rev. B G. Cooke will be fully
ordained a Methodist Minia.e at the
appronehing Conference.
e git h .correspondent of the
NesCew n y says: Therei is not an
Englishman in Jamaica as a Minister
of the Gosplel who is more widely
known and respected in England than
the Hon. and Rev. 8. Bavin.
Colonel -Pieqauart jof the Dreyfus
case) is in Buenos ayres. It is asoerted
he will enter the Argentine Army.
Those who knew the" notorious
Jibes Balfour in his properly would
=aresly reognise him now, so tohi
has he become om primn fare at
Parkhurst. He is however, in .the
best f health, and his conduct is meet
zemplary. Hie ls never lost a good-
eohdnet mark. Jabsis employed in
the bookbindg department
In eonneetion with Bi hop Btler's
memorial fund (Demeran ) 5)ha
4een colleaWed, and fW, is in pros-
pet. Only ten subsriptis lites out of
thirty having beean t d. The
memorial wiltake the form of four-
f~me l Iifmr Brmkda~- U athedra, to
mt sHO.
TLheb anunsemeat is made with re-
tlo the ese of Joan of Aa. that
h Bqll of Canoisaton will be
published shortly
Mr. Camberlin baa been prment
ed, by Ir A. L Jones (of Memm,
Elder d Co.,) with a large piatir
by Mr. A. Co, d the ar
UInse eamer leaving Avonmeonth r
IM Noel de MomtalW ae will shortly
bet sh ist"tonpa She
we pbtbly accompany MAL
Tt Jutin fltertUwtb Is we wr
dla4 fItvl anesvaiug.

mo.tha t.S the .bit., va an Duo-

Nil. OR she sh. a ssr 0 years
eerime. His mBeeesar as sIto saub
oBeer, Kiwgtoe mounted Constbi -
a Cipeoral hearty.
RMis Baah1atw w 7eral yw sue-
epasftl s*rioeat Mamdestile as P. M.
erto Mon eg Biay. Bar successor
fa Mis Whita -
. Tme Ho. A. Lety hrs resigned his
position of Solicitor to tle Manchester
Parochial Board. The po2t is vacant.

Members of Holy Trinity Chuab,
Montego Bay, are trying hard to
better the Church finances. Over a
hundred have promised an increase
on subscripton irom 5 down.
A marriage has been arranged,
between Miss Clare Vaurhan, oiece
of the Cardinal, and Mr. Esonard
Lindsay, Private Secretary to the
Duke of Norfolk.
Several Japanese nan*, of the Con.
gregation of St, Joeph of Cuy have
just gone batk to their native country
from Franoe, where they had made
their novitiate.
Thbdbnseeration of the Bishor of
Worcester, Likora, and Sierra ,lone
took place in Weatminister .Abpy po.
January 25. .
The Princess of Wales al given
three woollen garmeuts to bespid for
the Church Army. Two were made
by her Royal Highoees while on board
the pAuir.
Lord Dualerin is dead.



Text of the LI..R, Aetm vi, 1-1i.
Memory Verme 7. M-Golde Text.
Matt. x, K 8-CommentSrr PreVpaed
ty ev. D. tm. esteM u
lConpg bt., 13M, by AamrIma Pmr AAoesatdon.]
1, 2. "It is not reason that we should
leave the word of God and serre tables."
This was the decision of the twelve when
there began to be some mmurorinag amoig
the disciples concerning the ailay mins-
tration of things temporaL As the mutn-
ber of the disciples multiplied it could
hardly be expected that In these newborn
babes there would not be manifest sopne
phases of the old nature, some of the
rwesf of the flesh.such as wrath, strife.
trinnf "nd *nch lke (Gal. Y. 20)1. Even

liu[U, eei pro 01 m Peter, James and John might remember
Church La Ligade. quite a number of things in their own
The Queen has subscribed 103 to lives, even after they had been a year or
the Capetown Cathedral Memorial two with Christ, which were of the flesh
Fund. and not of the spirit; so it is to be hoped
The Prince of Wales will represent that while they determined that they
England at the coronation of King could not take time to see to these seem-
Altouso of Spain, May 17th. King ingly unspiritual affairs they were patient
Allonzo is to travel in Europe after with the murtnurers.
the Coronation. 3, 4. "We will give ourselves continu-
A recent isnae of Cassell's contained ally to prcyer and to the ministry of the
the portrait of our Dr. Sidney Martin word." They would not serve tables, but
F. It. S." He is a son of Dr. John they would pray and search and teach
MArtin, once Principal of oar Mico. the word. They recognized the impor-
He was born here in 1800, and is cow taame and the difficulty of attending to
Professor of Pathology at London the daily misatratio ftr they saw the
University and Physician to aSpt n as eji of a committee oft htteae port
hospital for Coanumptivves ad to alrl *1 the Holy Ghost and wbdoa
University College HospitaL U, a L "a cA ose Stephn, a man ful
on the Royal Conmission t. f t and to the Holy Ghost, and
investigating Dr. Knoet's a@ tbrwy i T hee olh ve ama no-l am
Tuberculosis. a D o ftn r tb w re, Vwil s not
tmisas tosa, thie captive idl qmlet-- ir anything aga ist e. Philip
ary, was released for tbe *14,000 i meNtioed sdxteen times and Stephen.
raised by subsription In Amei for who became the firt- martyr Ar Chrier.
her ransom. fa rMmed vn th I ths s da
I won't do you the leas iari fif of t amjority is a coa wet aidu then
you are a teetotaller." says Mr. T. P. aopplaUd eft this emaalmttee was
,O'Connor in so0e ht, to wo941d bd, tp prper thins r the ses tlee. pleak
journa~~ts. "Yu Y i may me Be- -the wbole multitude. There was mo
thing, butyou gi tenfold. I. believe tl linQ those days nl the layl on et
Sin half a aeit ry from now no man had~l (I ml I. 14: II Tm. O 6), but It
will rise to the heit of any professioa .aa ot confined to the hands of the
in the field, in the forum or at the apostle (Acts ix, 17: ril 8). The lay-
de'k who is nota tettttaller" nlg o of hands In our day is not unlike
Cardinal Vauglan has give his ap- the shaking of hands; sometimes there are
proval to an ilimportant aeim.e to Mf- t44 tsp .ed d .smetme* *ebl
unite the Catholic working, mn of a rabs,. the son t eouslltm. was
Enuland'iato an organized bd,ph a man full ft 'the Rely
The Governor of BrtiIsah a iit faith 4eapter a~ 4). There
forwarded 0 toeards the Imperal I s 6 'ae ra whyA eaI benier should Met
Victoria F"Ind. ,a"-.
Mr. Thomas MaeNish .tea wailn T& *4u-fpha, fa t o fatt iad
known merehat siled foar Pl ia pem did great oeawdemr aJ alreat
delphla on Taleday. Father Oam aMfnS te people." The rw4 Oed "ia-
also lefor mto estas tee iswa. em e ass i tL 2i 4, W d all-
Mr.and MIla Olivier peae a .1ae tiId aa d la dlx. a. i3 ei ty
-on Tusday, amon tlhe is were -ad. u" The ambe' at the diel
the Attmrey OGerssal, a .0'o llk etby a swomei and
den, 1ptuin OlhviW sad I MCOI& W e. a s eeampasy of da gs a Iw S b1-
and Dr. aad Mri. Saundesr. I 3 ,. It wVs t0uly a asMt a ariLthty
Taoo ew studeMta, bmin tee we weir'1 to h SpirIt of God ad Was et
mentiond lately, are som to 'be* IsL [ubd to apetei, w phem,
sideaeea at te Cbebh Cal u rer table w anuois tly ml,.
- R Itev. W. M m y T D. 66a NiHg w es- aald Ias- .by
Mdoly preached a amm l use ra -, The gospM la the M wr of od
'in relatio to hel late Mr. qmis aln e larmtlm e ne sM. that he-
of Falmoutb. (Bou. 1.0 and as the word is
. At the Jewish Co oert Mont the Bpii rt works, esovinrs o
By, last week she prfmeer V and righteenae M fad gm$det.
eluded Mrs. itt. NaeN a mervant a t Chrit reahesh the
Misees. Collymore a d ,I. ei, t ., e bha a be
Davl.I-amily, Messrs. P. wr t 0eie* Bba aMd

.ilaaTI-I M h eMs o.
The Rev. John Wyeliet M.A tbhi matter, be
benefit of bilth and bae bae te -0 about theIr growti. or be at
gestf a the AeAhLsubop, to bfn w tht tls sme p
the SataCuMoata, I a. .i I tI n
Oaa Oernasiam, who tLo W-sa emims ip wend truss he ba
ius u&&. anrm ma- j arh L MY -

' ad ay wet beaomwa aen tell to ap
ground. It was thb same word that
healed the leper, east out demons, rebuk-
ed fevers and all manner of disease, still
ed the storm and. away back In the begin-
nDin, created all things. What do we
know of the power of His word In us or
through us, or of the experience of Paul
Ia these words: "Striving acoardian to
His working which worketb in me might
Ily?" (Col. L 29.) "
: 11, 12. "They. caugt him and brought
him to the council." The adversary ea
stand ten thousand ordinary believers of
'tbe Laodicean stamp and be not a whit
afraid of them, but let a Peter or a
Stepheu filled with the Spirit, stand bold-
ly for Christ aDd the resurrection, and the
devil will do his best to top them. Thi
power of God in Stiphen was more thaa
Satan could put up with, and so be stir
up the rulers acd the people to lie about
him and to arrest him.
13, 14. "And met up false w~itn es
8o Jesebel did to Naboth. and so thee
Smer rnlers id t A n onr rTL, Jmnr It

was written concerning im. "False
witnesses did rise up: they laid to My
charge things that I knew not.""They
that hate Me without a cause are more
than the hairs of Mine head; they that
would destroy Me, being Mine enemies
wrongfully. are mighty" (Ps. yxxv 11;
lxix, 4). We must, if we'follow Him
fully, expect the same treatment He re-
ceived, for "all that will live godly in
Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution" (IT
Tim. iii. 12). and He Himself saMl, "If
they bare persecuted lie, they will al1s
persecute you" (John xv, 20).
1I, "And all that sa* in the council
looking steadfastly on him. saw his tua
a it ad bea the face of an angeL" Be
was ao doubt thinking of the Lord Jes
and all that Christ had endured tar he.
By faith he saw Christ and not taes
wicked wkiss or **ulsrs,-aai 4 h#r
er Christ as a gm ups, bi. Ware
apt C tltk It' wey bard we. p
w-ogfauly aese s ad lay to e
Share tilags we know ant bt we A-d
Ondlaer ft as UMemed fs W euou wif
Chrst, rerbe n flts own w
lsinrd pta ye r IIh e ma al y dsall
yes saIpatlUa y and hilsay all
ammner g ry alnst you ?is tar My
sake; ejoie and be exceeedg glad, for
geat Is your reward In beaven (Matt.
v, IL 12). Some associate this angeh4ike
appearance of Stephen with the time at
his martyrdom, but it was before be gav
his address to the counciL May we ever
sW e 4Jese that we- smB sleeet trH

Slefly si tn someesene a ladhaof
sham- lead whewbuhe ded- an
301* I.m to the mdna -sathd
lIw5* 4 lland whremseto*. .meafs
el IsaW tob e a thn mVa.%i40
Mi.s Diitew is lreh. h im
of phantomvS. Uerw*ftO 3
bim.d by of-ie gb n-at mbr *t e
tlis plimmag ow at -grad, el 6~~
gimeatanddoswtudmo m
itse ll p grow vt doptmalb.
tory at Niane m s dw t e ue k

Nb v ft r -~
thme gtfsk earw. Atraeau ew
o a whole bhL oIf.

Apab &at Asbs umg hb thAw

porr -, lra ,im Se fItZ4u a
53* us yamlmblng W.ll tO~;is ab1. a
*SPte by the-anhere i t C1p
dftk at Ppkolqd ebp bow l~h
Dim mad Sioim=s), the bWt at ti
-tM of the Mat*y Kuv a Md %06 bd
so be *.Sot. 8 tsiU awi 1 r
a frr up- -e ,,O ma r no%

~h Ravi*a~ d. of ~ Y r m tI I& wbo.."t modw r .t a wh. bO
.2rou nag s. OLHe uindthe iphbb aW & *" UdlJ-.~q
is an sem amt rolqlsms rla iLm
to ~j gcmed r whim. IW iL4r~inlm him Ostl
*To r. ldiq,'. ft** (l .' 3 ',, his ~t~p'i,

__~a~ wassr tie a..11 .lp~ In heiht Jcrl~ W1~ jrflit ~
,CW~r -vM~1u ~e ________
Mkancioneal oa7dt~y iz.Ib7 71 V014 and d works th Nnu ntU ~L~M *l
~sel and expdlan he huu arroa'd ottP X4I tioh~ 1da xiv, 10: vii, 18).. e th1LInk;rI btg~nl 1L
these ingiviage we aesnrr fo. -fte~. nightlr in GetM'mrane Whbet, in .. the shrouL S. tboropboy ln Sinetl the
DOW. I am, tc., S. K. PaDMoIF. ply t their srpayin that they sough:r .1.rn ss tehdosotepatoulm.' th
fLector's Rtiver, Portland. lof hsautsin. fin sInii saL.~L Yl Pam).lt' Uvin; S~.lL~t



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Kingo, Saturday, Feb. 15, 1908.

SuEsorrroiw 'RATs.&
Inlnd sad Foreign .
6/- per annam, poet free.
/-. for six months, post free
1/6- for three moaUhs, post fre.
Wr Addressommiatios to,
WAlsrz & Domw,
Editor and Proprietor.
T. H MAcDaxoT, .
Assitant Editor.
107 Water Lame, Kingrton.

But each day is a link
Of days thatpass and never pass away;
For memory and hope--to live,to think.-
Each is our only day.

New Features.
It will be noticed that we are
introducing several new features
into the Times. We will speak.
further of some of them next week.
Meanwhile, we mention specially
the "Sunday School Notes," -rhich
wfi tierseater appea garly.
They wil pove o great mistnam
to 8,. 8. Teah hey will l-
ways appearing good tim6 to allow
of their being carnfuly rtudied.
for instanee, to-day Feb. lith)
we print no.es 6n theTes6on. for
Feb 23 d.


Our surmise that .Government
would not at the present session
be ready with definite data with
which to proceed from the late
Valuation toothine a new esheme
of taxation hai proved inrorrect
Mr O utza has lai the neoes
sary baots and sou-e suggeso1ans
before the ConmmL ,"T n Act
II. in the Valuation buuasi-. It
will perbeps ,e aof rea .to
our reader. witre giv brief
outlaw of' how i = M, i
stand& -A indeed AML
ture is a amot oeMs.
We Jam.Ia.Y. 4 s, ,t l
direc.ins thuoughra, o
that all ar Uawe age
from ps by the sapae sul* asiu
we d's.t always clearly isie
this. It Is a fat emoe he
that the money from one set of
taxes goes into Generil Revenue;
and the money from another
into bhe Parohial or Paris
Treasury. That, is what we pal
into Aemm.I R1evea.wtee .I bt
a Fund thatbelaag tA the. wo

jmBu, ur vwn pnmrst mslucc,
and what goes into A Pard
chial Treatnry belongs to dw" pai
-ti~ntd jparlh atonlm 'me 00
per year.is provided to GaI
Revenue by. an EBdouoast Tas
f from SL. to k; p- d 'mi
houeea; a Holdiym Ta*b
ning from two sh1iigi an a
tax on certain oultiatf ns Of
course General Revenue Cgts

-. 1-ii un ; ,,i. --n i

.1 .. 9

&. S & .L

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:Fgm qftft- p- 0; a-- u. m i mtkeh m than Ofrn1-'. q 1 ftij tJ-h t A--t l Vgi tq _~ I i 5fttI i 1fgy -1 2- d- A.Is


a-- w as --S v S waS e was 55wW j
for instance it was more than
754,000; but that comes, from
other sources such as the duties
we, pay on what we import
which amount to 16 13s. 4d.
on every 100 worth of things.
But with these we need not
trouble just now. They are not
at present in question at al.
The Paribs Revenue is pro-
vided chiefly by the House Tax,
against which the people have so
long complained. This varies
from Is 6d. to3s. 6d. in the X,
The amount of money that thus
goer into the Parish Treasury is

%Pasp w aS IvQ"VM SVwswuv wLaiWt So
the amount which the property
wbuld fetch yearly if reitej. The
Government is now able to tell
us that the gross value of all the
property in the Island is
9,200,000; the unimproved value
is 9,000,000; and the' rental
value is 820,000. It is proposed
to do away with those taxes ',f
which we have spoken, and get
the money, row got by them, by
fixing a rte to be paid on one of
these amounts. It will be for the
Council to say which valuation
shall be taken. A Select Com-
mittee is now; engaged on the

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4A OO. M These"a

~I;~ s~aaa ,Voi i

xevis, au swi,) is nth to ia

~r t~'o her,'Isy, qiad s .it 4l,
iwali an, t04 4 "
6OP, iA., Way, Gas, lba

-Anawt. Council meets again on
Tuesday next, and after the Eti-
.ylPre a^B (ke through, the values
iibmaftter will be considered. On
thegt6m :value a rate df 2d. or
fd. on the4*oaMld dd ; on the un-
Imptovedval a6 ft inuatbe between
Od ad 9d, and on retl value
between SOd. ;.and 30d., prob
3 1 tM) 4. e aota ittp t in-.
Pica*e the .advaptaies or daed-.


',.- Y -W a I P W. wtWOI wU ma WM-
ing 25. The result weald be a
great relief in taxes to those
poor houseB (2) which now paid
the minimumui tix. The change is
shown hy the following table
Pre.ent rate Then rate
/ oi.. Mi-mmu on Minimum

St. Andrew
St. Thomas
St. Mary
St. An
St. James
St. Mlizabeth
SSt. Catherne
The net



result will be a

large reduction jof taxes on
small property holders 'and an
increase on properties of large
value. Properties that have been
well cultivated in the past and
have been paying the tax on
cultivation, will have little if any
increase. The increase will fall
heaviest on large properties that
have lain uncultivated. These re-
marks and explanations place
the gist of the matter before our
readers. We cannot impress on
them too strongly how serious a
juncture it is for the Taland
generally, and the sma holder
specially. "The Ooveranment'r pro.
posals will give the poor men,
who are small landowners re-
ief ; but that there will be a
fight in grim earnest against
them by the big owners there
is not a doubt Publio meeting
should at once be held to lay.
the matter fully before the apple,
and to give them a change to
express their feelings and back
and instruct their reprmeatatives.
Mr. OLIvrre dese not add us to
tell him that the seoeh in
whioh he laid the ohemab before
Council was able. It wa fuank,
full of former and well thouht
out. We admired also ti;a e
ful exclusion of aggressisass
that be showed. But wae e dis-
atist.ed with omethig' about
it; We htalf sspdacpt that the

CM_ =a .o -IM -dl& zUnl'U. i- ; v&*

i, i tsppg Aout tems I" W,
' ta was te Valaution ari .
,, through la:t yef Throe ClW

.r t& it grB valse, theai t
I' pal if it at with aHt li
'" houses id i4- Provmentehe .
; pt it; second it, unimptey
va-ue, that i' without these it
provements, the land as it stood;

dramiages o r, aaiuti9 .rt tb e on-
th.e one vaatttios or th'e 'other;
that which i' theoretically most
,'jst is perhipsb rest it okd unim-
proved value, but it is vry dii-
ealrb' to determine. unimapoed.
ale. Mr. OLtVIaR in intro-
1uoing the measure pointed
out one or two interesting things.
First, that acre for acre the
small settler's holding was worth

uovermesnt are in this mood,
" Here we have porfeated 1W
shebme. It is Wpry od. But
we ate qdite aware thit in .this
Counii4 0it anot pasv ualS we
push hi; but we woa't peA. at.
It will be kilWd6-bat t' wfl be"
kiled by the Leufi gla ,. Cn-
oil. We can hbon say your own
representatives, did it. Our
hands are clean." In faC, the


J &1[I~U~3~1r' 'L191881 1

mu a" ]u KuiV VIUMUMU UMl hUe
large proprietors. Butibriely this
is because the small settler most
use his little for all it is worth,
and Ithus he improves it great-
ly ; while the contrary is the state
of affairs with the big proprietor;
.but the Government did not con-
sider it fair to calculate-from
this value the rental se oof small
holdings at the same rate as in the
case of big properties, that is, ten
per cent. The Government's idea,
we should mention, was to make
gross valuation the 'basis, and
taking 10 per cent. of that as the
annual rent value levy the rate on
that. This being done would result
in some striking changes, 25
would be fixed as the minimum tax-
able value, that is al values
'L-.-i^ Itsai -_i_i L_ I. a IL

i aniw A 9A 30flif m imm







O iovflrDlent ---years--to come
will be able to claim credit -for
-haping a scheme to benefit the
masses, while they escape the
disagreeable4task of pushing it
through naw by a tough struggle.
We &are sure of where Mr. OLI-
vi~B's sympathies iiA, bat one
man cannot do everything. He
strikes us as being fagged. In
a word the Government need
to be braced by public opinion,
aa, sharply braced too; other-
wi we fear it is only too clear
that it will not generate the
vigour and courage sufficient to
carry the measure through. Is
it possible that the Government
mean to let all the expense and
trouble of Valuation go for noth-
ing, and some alternative scheme
to that outli-ed by Mr. OL,
VIEB be slipped in. They leave
it to the Council" sounds well
enough, but why don't they fol-
low that policy consistently, and
leave the cutting down of salar-
i'H to Council. Jamaicans, we
rip', t, awake The juncture is
inm i-t important. We cannot
help ,xpresoiang our dissatisfac-
tion with the Sele t Committee
appointed, not that we condemn
it in toto, but we certainly think
that, for instance, Mr. BAVII
should be on it, especially since
'Mr. CALDIR it

THE '*"NAT-"

It is a well known saying that
about "straining at guats and
swallowing camels." The latest
report of the AUDITOR GENeRAL'S
office contains one paragraph that
suggests the condition indicated
by the old saying. The Audit
Office costs the Island 4,000 per
annum, having a chief whose
salary is 800. Its duties are to
impose an efficient check on the
expenditure of public moneys.
Now we acquit the Audit Staff
from its head- down of any neglect
of doing the things laid down
for them to do. But a large section
of the community, we think, ask
this question: Is the system in force
really effective ? If so, how come the
escape of men who for years have
been putting public money the
wrong way ? Small use for soldier
and offiodr to til. before the city
wall sit a. simLage_--i W d ~ on
wrong lines; and unless the Audit
system is good, the audit officers
visit but in vain. Bfficieniy aome-
times lies nearer to simpliity
than it does to elaborateness.
The latter takes the little Ash, yWet
somehow the big ones Seem often
to escape. In the repoerte iefe
to, paragraph 16 tells us that the
Office found ibt' ce*rtahir fags
apuroh*ebadby t Ktinga4 CityM
Council were maS.iie the Ot.
fee got ow to the ob, and -LdtMe
correspondence" etc, the O Se

does an incident of that kind
really msritt dtghe r' t-i '
tion in a epob-thaht-i- not gting
into details. Is it not slightly
like counting iprts in a oatoh of
fish. In the nxt paragraph men-
- tioning rdstatfotiE in St.
Mary" it is not added that these
went on several years ere being

; -- 11 ; V..e or's

I:,, ;.." *. a :atA''t

i o3eJter-" It IS nat. anor fl. s1l Jjc ers *3a *sYsacv- 1 JwtI3N t 1L ve erI1 nIAIext y L-

straining at gnats we object to;
it is the swallowing of camels.

The Government- besides giv.
ing an account- at the end of a
year of the amount spent during
the last twelve months, has also
to make out, as well as it can, a
forecast of what it expects to
have to spend during the on-
coming year, and of course what
it expects to receive. This state-
ment is spoken of as the Esti-
mates, and is laid before the Legie-
lature so as to give its members
Sthe chance of criticizing its pro.
posals, suggesting changes and
eettivr' ekolanations. The Esti

establishment. First pomnes the
too large salary for the Governor
himself, viz., 5,000, provided by
Law of course, and not to be at-
tacked in an Estimate skirmish,
but needing attack nevertheless
The entire amount against the
Governor, his house and staff is
6,846. Besides which on page
144 of the Estimates appear
155 under Repairs," etc. Not
only has the Governor, besides
his 5,000 salary, King's House to
live ip, and his goods free of
duty, but a Private Secretary is pro-
vided for him at the Island's cost,
300; the maintenance of King's
House costs us 390. Orderlies
139. Is this year's Estimate,
among the minor articles in this
vote a mule is Drovided for :

[See pg.l ._____

mate- for 19 3O arM now be-
fore C6unoil mad when mes.
ber re-assemble on Tueeday it
winl be their duty to go thbaugl
them with the Government We
offer a few hints here tuhatay
be of some servi0 e 'to the
people's representatives. "he rtI.
mated Revenue is $7,442 aind
the expenditure is 77,999. Of
the amounts for the vaoet 'pubt e
officers and olfelsiag set dmwn iArthe
Bstiimates some are proriddd 'for
:by law and others maet ie
l~etda a' r hlk) the' tmrbismnt

aiidite amount iet down fir
900. sduly mules sell cheaper
thai tha. in Jamaica to-day.
Tnatiailse-~ in i tuf BetBatlr
for teblrP atories we have mles
omht* fforitthb rate of 15
-miw lstad-of 5O.
The be pccptment we native '
is the IbWdiel. We hope some
mbTb"er iall have the insight and
owFt* t saitkeouet oe auggesetids
Sabeqat 'the bitter applaotlon
ef the "5o,$40 set down hre '
I,( erme tent has evtd6enly
i LtUet k No& mi held back "the

I s -J' rur 1 u amjp- -- --- u-

Now the El. iko~id*,' i rateeiuint Iii' this
hbom othist wo* it* aomi'm ofs setsW Our rmadaes ir &v
to b6-. fgotlrgo tham~ lw lilm nt& t oonhpinh. Siipurt
L_ I ---.&SALA Irk' -Loa. Oka, 1 4~u` I~~

different doctors who are located
for private practice in various
parts of this district. This style
of subsidy would secure better
attendance for the poor, and
distribute the money of the State
to aid more doctors ad do sway
irith,the unfairness of handicap-
ping the unsubsiJised medipos.
Next, turning to the Institute
vote which stands at 850 one
notices with surprise that while
300 iq put down as the ,Sewre-
tary's salary, the balance of 550
is simply entered against Mis-
cellaneous 'Expenditure. There
is an extremely capable and hard-
working Assistant Librarian at
the Institute. Is tit because the

salary be receives is so insde-
quate that the Board avoids men-
tioning it in detail. Why is not
the expenditure of Institute set
out in detail like othar Institu-
tiond? No amount is apportion-
ed to a Curator. We are glad to
seethe 100 hitherto paid for
the Handbook cut to 75;
but it would be still better to
require the Secretary of the In-
stitute to prepare it as part
of his work. In Education we
are told page 139 that 1501 is an
increase to meet "actual require-
ments" of the Schools Commis-
sion; on page 92 the 1501 is credi-
ted to Jamaica College." De-
'tails should be had of these ao-
itual rqliufmatea.". Is money
Asked for otherwise than for actual

requirements. Wht also is the
1new item of 91 for q Director of
Scholars." A lot of public money
'bas been sunk in Jamaica Col-
lege." It has done' some good
work, but decidedly at a high oost.
It needs careful watching While
there is an increase in this di-
rection there is a decrease of no
less than 1,5001 in grants in aid
to elementary schools. Yet there
are thousands of children who are
not being educated and who should
be. Some attention should be ipid
to the' Manual Training Scool,
an excellent institution, but which
must not for all that', be allowed
to swallow money unnecessary.
Besides 7111 as saaries begiP-
ning with the Head Master'
3001. there is 125 for. furni-
ture etc. The traveliutg j-
apoe of' 150 to the S ntd-

appearsas .e re w
in adiion to, his J~moe
salary, o Q 7001 ,Imsp-ot
who6Taie to

ebut 6so bsaid. but oiar-
irlI ip"r is
I g44W to said. hat oar
space is exhausted.

"th h inelegtg
1 Wn A but trouble expre-
SMostl wot. m amn, 4

can U e reUpeuI@w. sI 7IsIproI 10 *-1C wrUYmL. A uy.wv r 5 Iu W m
vided by law m y be sk t r -ui ide tst is simple bnouA, sma im onde To-" wee. 'ow
reach of reduction then ,:a ind 1 4rried out might Yed sent Ou "it. Japca. tr
there; but by a long er press Bettw I efstt than the 'jra'ret fo itlidg i~gh~t i'nioena ,b
they wi eU e4amed Anatte pla, instead of paying fJlf irth and breedkg) to.
that fails is not neoessMy a or 300 M oae man to tufal duties Brw. mito i:hi the kugh
lout effort. The first 'lBimatte quite beyond hisp wer, by attend orlcketers who had arrived the








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a a-'w toa. al km

j AM ,I CA~

day befo. The Englishme y Physically even, these meu must
went in first and batted from 1U have remained very unfit for the
a.m. till 4 p.m. Their last wickdt battle for runs, and their Captain
(and they batted one man short, made ns initial mistake.' Tarver
he being sick) fell when 326 and Baines went first to the
stood to their credit. ,Our men wicket.. It would have been better
went in and at 5.10 p.m. the to have sent men with even a bet-
list batsman strolled lugubriously tr "staying" rqputation,tu give his
to the pavilion. They had made men a chance toget their breath
33 runs, and thas was all. Ye gods and to throw of the feeling of
of Cricket, was ever match like oppremioi produced by that
this before. We had reckoned towering 'eorme Two men who
our tdam, and net without ap- would have stuck in for an hour
parent reason, strong in batting. with even a few runs, would have
The first innings showed that given the teem heart. But ere six
their entire score was beaten by runs were up Tarver was out.
no less than four individual Baines fel whe e storo was ten.
scores among the Englishmen. The rei wa l debacle. Tie hLecrts
Thoa Wilsom amord 81. ollinas of onr mpa, wre as ater. The
who carried his bat oet, 54, Inspector' general made, as be-

Uowson 4i7 ana uane 1 unu
our side no one touched double
figures. Baines with 7 stood high-
est. There were 3 duck eggs, and
our entire crew rattle' in 70
minutes. It wau not even smoth
ored cricket, men sticking in but
not scoring. It was rot" of the
worst kin;. We hal not been ex-
pecting a victory, but we did not
expect a disaster, One spectator
who offered to bet, ere the match
began, that Jamaica irould be out
for 40 runs, found many indignant
patriots to take him.

It is the weak link
PmoT owr.T. that spoils the
ox ira chain, and our team
rFAiuaR. who showed bril-
lia.t Aelding, and
were credited, not as we have
said without reason, with good
batting powers broke up as dis-
astrously I'a~ they did'" because
they were certainly weak in bowl-
ing. When the Englishmen came
to field they used two men with
the leather, and two only,'Dow-
seo and- Wilgon. For Dowwon's
9 orers 8 wickets felL The runs
were 21. Wilson's 8 over gave
2 wickets agaiOst 11 runs. All
Jamaioan" on the other hand
had to try everything they had
in the shape of bowling, no lies
than seven men performing and
none winning success. BRtton
did bee and his best was four
wickets for 33 oers, costing 86
runs. Al through the long ad
severe trial of ftur hours ast
cricket, while which the Boglsh.
meni hat olifptet conoriftutthe
bowling, so that the*r 'lghty
hits .ot only made beundarie
olame Mis anfr in the Tants
of heaven but sent legend
,aoat to astonish Kingston of
balls twoth th o four, es., en.
tirely lst beyond fAding-all
through this furious trial, our
men folded not. onlylike game fel-
lows, fighting to the last half
inch, but it a brilliant style that
won them the warmest possible

nateo au Vapmaiz a uanrg at-
tempt to show front and pitch
despondency overboard. It was
in vain. His wicket fell when
six runs stood to his credit. Pus-
ter, determined to do the dogged,
to keep in and let someone else
hit, was eqhully unavailing. His
caution was., useless. ;They say
our men were nervous. Not a
doubt of it they Rere, yet that
is no exaee for them, since ner-
vousnes is a fault which it is 'the
business' of every oricketer as
of every their sportsman to en-.
counter and conquer.

sOur en did better
TH OLr.- in' the follow on, *
Low om. "closing on Batar
day for 25 for no
wickets lHen. Thei, Captain
showed his' qualdflatlfd t aa
leader bi. -ascepting thet Oteach-
ings of past events. 'He sent
Valencia and Snow to open the
ball. 53 was registered ere the
pa tnership snapped. Show was
left and went on till he made
top soorefor -Aris id teA-40 rani.
He sad Withers who made 30
were the darngs, of the day.
Dowson the -left handed, was
lea deadly asa bowler on Meon.
day. Stiul is'i ove, yielded
8 wicket and woee handled for
only 3ST runsa The Bglish men
tried other trundlw also
Boea t, Lee aad, Djilna.
Wites in 24 over etook one
wicketfor4l runs. He bowled 11
maidens After making a much
better dhow oar men eleeed for
18 TM.Th 1eslnt lteh Tel
thus to the visitors, a-a brillia
victory, by an innings and 139
ruW. We were delighted tio N
Snow doi4 g sowell aad ustifying
his Ir.lusion in the team

Sir Augustas Hem-
Tan GOVr- maingdoes not al.
Mon. ways peak hap.
pity when he speaks
in pubUl, but he was both happy
and eltive in the speech he de.
livered at the Coeasat Spring
Hotel lunheon to. the Iniuh


I -_ I $ PqI

year's experience addressing some
with whoQe father be had played
in bygone years. There was
hearty manly feeling in what our
(Governor said, ahd in the way
that he expressed his hope of
taking his place in a match with
the visitors. Brato, Sir Augus-

The meeting .of
Tas z on Managers on Mon-
noues rrit. day resulted in two
things, both very
definite 'an as the matter strikes
us very proper. First a letter
was laid before. the Board that
is to detail the situation to Gov-
ernor Hemming with great clear-
ness, and which asks him to re-
J e -_ A '

boat-crarrying five menupsettlg
in mid lhnriour. The Post Offoe
was also a rum shop. The Vio.
toria Memorial meeting wasfixed
for yesterday, whe% also the
first meeting of the Rnptist Union
Annual Conference came 'on. On
Thursday their. was an Agricul-
tural Show t. Bath which in view
of the energy and go of its pro-
motors deserved success to the full


There is neither death nor
In the world ee inherit
'Tis all living flesh tha

The unseen pirit

A PE --A W. -- 39 i f% ----- m At w- 71--; -- no 1mft tho e ar woe-I ---.-

WILvTO a UleplIU t tll onweav1 tu Ws
ter. The burden of this letter is or he Substance thrill
of course that there should be one Pow
Medial Officer for Kingston ails evey
another for Luwer St. Andrew. Thndr theis ll er y hour
The offices should not, as is Tro t earth, nd
now the case, be joined in one Of the eating and th flowing,
man. This was pointed and pre. The receiving, the bstowing,
ceded by a detailed indication The pulse of the being
of the duties that now fall on Of od, the t igh.
Dr. Clare's; attendance on (1) O G t .
ticket patients in Kingeton and SURSUM COBDA.
Lower St.' Andrew (2) Police,
ditto(3) Paupera, ditto (4) Poor CHILDREN'S PRIZES
House inmates, ditto (5) Poet OFFERED.
mortem and vaccination(6) Cor- -
oner's enq4jes to give evidence We offer two prices, the rst a
(7)private practice. The second volume, and the.seopa a uar's
atinwas t wri i O.asubseription .to the JA AIA TUar ,
abtin was to write DI W Ole for thbpbest work in the folwloIna:
eallisng his attentoa to certain (Neatness and good writing willbe
neglected ases in the Poor House. counted in deciding on te pria.
This amounts to vote of' ensure. 1e mt b the T lmn OfBae on
Of the speoifid cases Di Love or before Feb be annoyed i
Prize winners wll be announed in
said one was a ia with or isnme of March ist.
drppsy, so neglected thit the ton FEBRUARY TH PRIEBS t AZU BK
water had eaten through the tis- GIVEN FOR THB BEST MAP OF
sues of the leg. As regards JAMAICA.
other details of the Poor House The conditions in all our Children's
management, the motion that Competitions are-

theb -perintendent be-aresident
dispenser was lost. 8o was the
amendment that thepresent mas-
ter have a dispenser as assistant.
This will be p"t next meeting as
a mo6tio. Am. Loer gave notice
of four eqpital resoltions. These
call for the separation of the
two amdioal districts Kingstou
and Lower St. Andrew; the es-
tablishment of a small dispen-
sary; sueoient narses and prop-
er supervision by the Managers.

it is hard o --es
vare. $apes the IN'JUa-'
tion of the cricket
idea this wree, d indaeq ittle
besides ticket ha beun happen-
ing, if we accept the long Apple-
ton cam in the Kingston Oir
.oait Coart On Tuesday the 16
Jamaica Colts pt up- 78 runs
against the English team's 227.
On Wednesday the match with
Jamaica born began, Dr. Gibb
being optain of our men. The
visitors -nde 298; our me made
120 with 3 wickets to fall. The

_______________________ -*-- 4. -- -_ 4. I

But the bowlingt
i VAAtW. wa* "collared," sad
.-o fielding oould
redeem the fght. It s likeh a
battle when the Artillery oomes
short mad the Infantry however
valiant and determined, can't
t through. The Rnglish 7pnh.
ed p the total of 326. A mountain
like number for men to contemplate
whohad been fielding well to much
battered bowling for four hours.

Cricketerm He dealt few blows
straight from the shoulder at Kip-
ling frhis recent attusk o E.ag.
lish Orieketer, and poaited out
how many had answered the
battle call from the Aeld of Sport
and laid down their lives for King
and Country. But His R nalnea.
ey's remarks were even better
when he patred on to speak his
welcome to the young criol-eters
before him-he a veteran of 40

math was continued on Thue-
day when our total score r the
first innitea was 172. After two
Rsglish wioket~ilt for 164 we ol
lowed on and made 120. Yesterday
the second matol with All Ja.
maioa began. It will be oonclu
ded this afternoon. News of the
10os of three lives in Montego
RBy has come to hand, and of
the burning of Adklphi post
otfice. The lives were lost by a

Those oo!petirgi;-
(1.) Mst be below 17.
(2.) Mut send as in full, their
oame, addren and age.
3.) MUST DO TUH WOrx WTrraor
(4.) M .st have the above rtd
by a subriber of oun
In referemee to the Competitio
which was not takeup at Christmas
time we have. (hepgmlasi pion the
gentleman who kndly oaeret
prie to make the follow ia eae '
ment.. *
woa rk et a ol

rTow their satedoson to the
matter. .
-, fth CB~urrCi deepnS do (Ae

grl who loes bst, and the other
to the boy who doebest.
Coepe,0tton e ar t iive U -ltest
answers they as to the foewing

whiriA isJQn f vgiaS

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pF. 7o-Fr*w Aagrow.ms
Behold a word of letter seven,
Rezt, It's changed or eledefaced;
Next. It hinders one lia aste;
Next, t's simply subtitution;

Ne. 1.-Word PumaIs.
ChaWq part of a ca* In rbhieb the
head Is to a small recess in a wal.
Change a vessel for waahlag to a
verb meaning to disentangle.
Obame to dance to a thin fabric.



Si 0%

N---'- FIND T U
Fid leographMal neame bhiddeIn AMERICAN
the following anstenecb:
Did you ever see a Siamese girtF-An -AND- AT THE -
eastern continent
Where Is Mabel? ast asleep on the
'sofa-A town In the north of Ireland.
Do mot cross the rad there It Is not COI n l
atfe-A county to the iartb of Bot- A
owr' AT -
"Dd the -oo4tor pull ol duma Joae
thro ugr 949, IARLBOUR STREET
"Ne; he pu bed bim thoregh. The w"it
doctor as still alvr"-ew York Her- r WATCH THUs rSAC0 for &he Opening Day, which will
aid. rtl e nnnced.
. -RRR l-


Canadian Boots and Shoes.
You w 11 some d,41o so. Why not commence at once ?
They are the bealue Shoe wear going.
Perhaps you think they ase high in price ; t ey are not.
They are first-clau goods at second rate prices.

We guarantee every Pair of Canadian Boots & Shoes.
Tya'llThn l. XIt PwIi Pay "You.

The Canadian Warehouse,
J. B. SMITH. Manager.

V sia tu w "ia ,u e n vm move ..
No. --Women of Note.
1. That which heirs often break, and Draughts Problem No. 64.
something used in cooking.
-2.-An organ of the body, and what By John E. Jone (Aberystwyth)
Oliver Twist wanted. BiACK
& One way to cook meat.
4. Whbt a farmer value.
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I was sttta no my study;
In my tra the are was ruddy.
And I watched It as I Id clasped my 3 -
Though a sober man rm reckoned,
To my lips I raised my swewd,
Por I never was addicted to the bowl. 2
I was waiting for my daughter.
And at b ot I went aWd sought her;
he has tresM Ilke a golden aureole;
But he hastily retreated.
Fo.Wer-tewas flushed and heated,
ad bert .ur we". cuatering roud '
m :toa 4l*' batbOI. warml
1 ynpate a-g- i .Io a ere Whaite to mome Blak Vo draw.
and have pl,1of g iuy Occurred it play.
2. An article of clothg have and ca : 80LU'TIO OF PROBLEM no N .
snall ouse. -" .I. qto 3. '
&mail houae. A I- W sae Itf B to K 2 Q tks P ; K moves
& A cupolb fort a" a OB **' s"e Q aeles.
.~capo3 -,'- 3
md have a fevlada'dr...."\ 3 Q"mates,
nd have a feUaltdr. If Pto K 7. 2 Kt to K 3 B any.
4 A lure and ave a flying mammal. & Q to B 3 mate, ete.
-r1 eertaln dias and hate the head .
& Moving lightly or rapidly and have oaorHTS: SOLUTION OF PRORT.CM 63.
throw. .. 21 14 19-24 19 28
Tbe acBatgd letters name an in 14 5 23- 128 19 26-82
._tlon which I the root of all soolaL --1 14 0-4 Drawn.
S- orrect olutions to ce ps lem
63 were received from L. 8. H. B. and
oI eA -eaq nee wor '. A Mr.-A. N. Stuart, of.Fahloutb. The._
.--.L A great motive power. h A latter correctly solved draught prob.
ver In gEngIgn- which joins the lem 63.
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ilt,of any object.. 4. An Indian ruler. n BOOKS
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Nrti@doa1 6 Ageny. s am Cue afactuR
o. B. Supplies Depot. 22 KinE Striet, Kingston.
IMPORTANT NOTICE. oth abroad ad locally our
We beg to Inform SeotitarOis 'f tt
. SootL e l and Sunda Schools, Day
school Teche a our s shm k"Wled d of nperior 1nat.
Mr. Harold Cooking The public are cautioned argaist
ti no longer Manager of ttes Book uyingtigU outside our factory, put
Store. dtp in our boxes.
All orders for C. E. an S. S. sup. r We Clese Daily at 5p.m.
plies, Sebool Books. General Liteia -s ---. -
ture, Stationery and Printing. (iuld ust the Papr thi, to
be addressed to Just the Paper, this, to
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To the Editor:
Sir,--We hail with joy the proposal
of an institution of the abwre descrip-
tion as recommended by the Schools
Commissipn t the Farm School Con
ference ihich aas held recently.
inst. It has been a subjat which we
had mooted. and discussed, and re.
commended in the papers not long
ago. An Institution of that sort will
tend to give an enlightened impW[us
to Agriculture in the eoatry. Hot
ten per eent of our peop of the
planting class know *bything b pt
intelligent cultivation-not to men.
tion rsienttfic. To plant they do well
enough, but tey leave the jrod
entirely to Natere to be
Heneb they run over the soil in a
most extravagant manner-from
to y 1ar,p lring own new-e la.
throwing p the old field w
of manure; or renewing efilds, b
turning up the soil-they simply allow
grass to take up the cultivation and
take out what plants it contains for
the new field, which soon runs into
ruinate. At the ratio in which such
cultivation is carried on, the whole
island of cultivable land will in time
be run over and lapse into ruinate.
The plan of giving Jand without
measurement to tenants formerly
adopted by landlords, tends to en
courage this, while the people can get
as much land as.tey hke for cultiTa-
tion, whilst paying for one acre only,
they do not care out eeplg up t
old grounds by maturing it ete,
To return to the proposed Achepe,
eare most be taken to state ff on a
sure footing lest like several other
Ba rfutlfootg k eAt of
the Bu yor Carl iio Model
ebst.a I .

It is not to our knowledge that and other flunt tree. The situatio
there is any land available -for the of the form 'wll tCeni have to be
oar either n old St. Geore's (the far from the bod-and would be
proposedsite) or Portland. It is all all t healthier for the boys.
worked up, and covered with coooannt, There is a large run .of wood-land
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Dates, 4d per lb. packs

Nuts, Mixed, Is per lb.

Onions, 4d per lb.

pota )12 ebsi. for Us 48 1

ling Fish, 6d per lb.

Graham Waters, 7Td per pack

Finnon Haddocks, in tins

Sugar, Refined Cane (Crystals) 112lbs.
bags, at g$d per lb., Duty Paid
Ke-n's Mustard. lb tins

Pickles, Walnut, Is

Ditto Mixed, Is
Ditto, Onions, Is

Oatmeal, lib,, 21b and 71b tins

Caracas Cocoa, in 1jb tins

Homes' Cocoa in jlb tins

Co ncentratedW ocoain Iilbtins '

Ferris's Hams,,at lOd per lb

Ferris's Bacon at Is per Ib

Jams, Assorted, at 6s 6d per dozen

Jars Mascot, in pints

Prunes, Stewing, at 6d per lb

Lager Beer, Failert's, at 4s 6d per dozen
(Is for empty bottles returned)
Flour, Ceresota, in 12lbs bag, at 2s 3d-
(Cheapest and Best in Town)

Bi-Soda in kegs at 10s 6d

Nails, Wire, I and 2in.. at 14s per keg.

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lying between Cooper's Hill, (or a place
called Dereham ;.near to the said
David's, itis aaid, whio would be a
capital site for the school. It belongs
to Government and consists of pure
virgin oil. The Black River, a
tributary of the Rio Grande, flows
through it, and abounds in fibh.
This stream in dry weather could be
utilized for irrigation. There is some
level land, it is said, along this river
where the plough could be need.. The
locality is most alubrious.
It is situated about 10, or 11 miles
from Port Antonio, high above sea
level. All that would be required,
would be to put the road leading it
from Cooper's Hill or Bourbon, o
good repair. And perhaps turning t,.
into a cartroad to facilitate the taking
of nuppliei up to the farm school;
nd taking down reduce to Port
Antonio. It is hinted in the pro-
posal tbah the fee for a boy would be
12 per annum: It is not stated
whether this iesto cover boarding and
lodging, &c. Of course, we understand
-that h two, will hP provided by,
suitable buildings erected for the pur-
pose. We think that it would be
wise for the Government to let it go
entirely free to the sons of the
peasantry, and labouring class. A
good inanyipf them to our knowledge .
cannot really afford to pay that
amount for their sonA. And their
determination will be, that, we are
quite capable of teaching our sons to
cultivate as our forefathers before us
had taught us to do-and therefore
there is no necessity to put ourselves
to the expense of cultivation." Let
the 12 per annum be imposed on
those of the upper classes who wish
their sons to be eduosted aricultu.
Ally. Though we are verymnh afraid
that very few of the said elas will
I enter their sons for achb a purpose,
to be trained agriculturally.-4 -m ete.
SHfope Bay. Superanuated.

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BABY LAUGHS. A report.issued by an Irish benevo Word for Bailiffs.
_eut society, concludes :-Notwith- -
standing the large aruount incutrrd Our Falmouth correspondent writes
1iin- istmhviletdoieme7-toefuddllc tIls e an" i iiff tihune hai -.acrtly---a_ _____Jgf _____
opinions is to have plenty of bras. very few deaths occurred during the been censured. He says he did not '
Every husband thinks he can tamne past year. d le..erve censure having imtade the Imper al lit W I. Mil Sevic
alrvw exce,,t the pr felw who levy in question without cruelty.
hah cet w The greater longevity of women, as The good were not even removed. ELDER DEMPSTER & CO.
ah es. compared with that of men, appears I am not," lie says "a warm ad.
o n l h to be well borne out by the statistic miirer of bailiffs in general ; tut I Jamaica and Bristol carrying
He is a wise ian whouneverlet s hels of every country that has yet been can't tand by andl ee a man' HIS MAIESTY'S MAILS.
wife kncw that hle can put up shelves examined. This shioms ,hat after all, bauled over the coals" for doing MA MAIL
as well as a carpenter. it is not tight dresses, heavy *kirts, his duty and as to saying that tax R. NM. O" Po' ROYAL," sails
ow of a woa and thin shoes that kill. It is paying gathering is severe in Trelawny it from Kingston, Feb.. 19th at 4 p.m.
He: "How often a woans face for them. may be later but it is not so now." Quickest route to England.
is her fortune ;" Steam;ers specially built for the
She: Yeee; and how often a pan's Lady Vi stor to School : a trade.
cheek 11i him Lady Visitor to School a i Keduced rates of Papage.
ek- very pleased to see you here again, I O R L Cargo carried to Bristol a through
L .i -i h and I hope you'll be a regular atten- Cargo ared to Britol a through
SI wonder if there really is any dant. By the by have you been con-' to London, Glasgow, Liverpool, &c.,
honour among tbieves.?" irmed i" Buggy Harness : also to the Continent.
SCertainly not. Thieves are just Scholar (hesitatingly): Well, Single and Double sets SAILINGS EVERY 14 DAYS.
as bad as other people." mum, I'm not quite sure, but-er-I Black and Brown
Mistress: I am not quite satisfied tlik I've got the marks on me arms." Plated and B3rass. JAMAICA COASTAL LINE.
with your references" e: "Are ou t led with Mule Cart Harness : S.S. DE8LT. sailss to outports on
Applicant N r m Imu Are you toured with Tuesday, Feb. 18th, at 7 a.m.
ut they's the bet Icould get. your neighbours' fowls in the garden Shaft and Outrigger.
utey'ie th : No. They are kept shut Srven's Cart Wheels,
up"Do you t ake now. Every night li hid some egg s -... I ft and44 "' The A = Lk.
Do you mrnage to make your finn the shrub and every morning'Sarvens Bugy Wheels, s.s. .ST. Louis," "PARIS." "N'E
fowls pay yet .r b the ve en ny neighbours was looking, I 1 Plouigls, Cultivators, YORK," and "ST. PAUL," sail every
"Not so fea; t uir ins they hoae went out and brought thenm in." B arrows, ( orn Shellers. Wednesday from New York lor South.
'tarted to eat their own eggs I hoe Claf Cttes, aton. Trin oney P
that in time they will at least be self- --_ Chaff Catters, ampton. Special Trains convey Pas.
t wl at ibblers, sengers to London, on arrival of
support Happened in Dominica. Piiieiio Fanners. steamer. .
S"" tc, Happened in Dc a rittr I'orks,
SWhv re .you, ing to leave. A .ricultual Fork ,
Jan The de-tii o Mr. W. Mehyy Orange Budding Knves, l & S. C, L
Beaue th. tr,,an me adl v, ,, i,,, rr.d in i Olnge Pru g nives, Fort nightly Se vie bet ween. amaica,
W\hy, thyv treat we as ,ne at t1 ,. )., u.i a, 1wr i ,r. ,e ,;, nl h Orange Pruning Knives,Island, ani laifa7.
family. e mi'tle I-s all ne an ,,1, ,l u , fool as often as she d's her huban end a viucanIc In untaiI in ,iray'ixn g i machines. Transhilping through to Interior of
Civilian : e t terrible, riuica, and lou t hir life in making [T & Canada, and United Kingdom and
Civilian: "The, no-t terrible I AMUL LYONS & SON, C
an attempt to rescue the guide who ac- LYOS SONent.
charge of all was at Magerfonte, c paid him. The body was re-
S"No. Te most terie covered and buried. Mr. Clive was
Soldier : No. The most terrible an attache of the British Embassy at DJ f AwB i
charge I saw was.Ion board the trans r,.i JJU I Regalar Weekly Sevice to New
port. Sixpence for glass of bitter l" KINGSTON. ork and Jamaica, carrying Freight
and Passengers. Transhipmentthrough
He: "The articles in the news- .Established 11879. to United Kingdom and Continent.
aper about the danger of contagion Pensions. CTl rtaghtly to dis aon ndurnet
from kissing are very alarming. Don't IF SUFFICIENT INDUCEMENT Co
you think so?" The Pensions laid before Council OFFERS, E. A. H. HAGGART,
Sh,: Well, perhaps; but we include these to Mr. E. P. Pullar, THE Ge. Agent, Kingston.
women admire courage in a man." 265; Mr. T. F. Clarke 330; Miss Aget,
Walters,. 3 15s. This lady Is Subscribers
The following entry appears in the second assistant Mistress at Short WILL UNDERTAKE THE. b
complaint book of a club which num- wood. The longest period of service
bers several Irishmen among its mem- among those on the list is Mr. I Whaxfage 1. s
bers :--"The hot writer in the lava- Clarke's 36 years. The shortest, Miss; L AVI
tory to day was quite cold, and there Walters, four. Fourteen Pensions andj S ipp AT7 LIE EVICE
was none of it." Gratuities.are proposed, of which six 1 TTPA A S
-- are for "bodily infirmity' and tour J U JL, PASSAGE SERVICE--KINGSTON
The man who wrote Home Sweet for age." FROM THEIR TO NEW YORK.
Home' was a bachelor, I believe," she MILK RIVER WHARF. A steamer leaves Kingston for New
said. GEORGE & BRRADAY. York fortnightly, taking mails andpas.
Yes," he replied, What a beauti- Mixed Schools.- senger.
ful thing would have been lost to the ff n -FREIGHT SERVICE
world if he had married before he The following is from an English W WHITBh0n &- flj FREIGHT SERVICE
wrote it." writer on the question of educating 1 1 TO NEW YORK.
boys ~nd girls together. "This sys- 109--- A steamer leaves Kingston, fort-
Mistress: But why did you leave tent has apparently been most sue- WATER LANE, KINGSTON nightly, taking cargo.
your last place "' eessfully tried in some institutions, SERVICE -- NEW YORK TO
Cook: "Oh why, bless you mum, and the method has aroused a very KINGSTON.
I couldn't stand the way master and widespread amount of attention and The 011 a Vt lf A steamer leaves New York ee
and mistress quarrelled. interest. The principle is one upon IN THE CITY. Saturday
Mistress: "Why, what did they which I am not prepared to give an Aw summer ledvys New toder
quarrel about ?" opinion, That men and women will, For ift Years one of the most se- Hayti every week, and all at Pot n
Cook: Well, mum, it was gene- more and more, have to compete oa or firms as North Hayti at route to Kiotel .
rally about the way I cooed the equaterm,.in every walk of life is Crgo for ted
dinner. pretty evident, and it is possible that WCo forMAKERS the Continent is carried
o-education in early life would tend
He was a hungry-looking tramp, and to encourage greater camaraderie, and -MAKERSy on through B lls of ai
he monurfully wailed as Be approach reatk .iwn Ihetmi.strus and j.. HAMBURB.OAMBRICAN LI ...
the miser "I haven't had a bite which certain ly does not exist where 3WIXJr.LUR S Anm Hambuarg and New York
since yesterday I" women's work is concerned. The MEssBa. PIM, FORWOOD & KA t-
"iKonsense snarled the wealthy system might tend also to make .. LOCK, GenerAe Aat,NoewYork
one, "don't ty your lies on me. I women less lia aed In tlieir ltw; ir l IEB CH, ltBRISO t
can see throiu you l" But it is a widequnestion involving s IXCULLZNT AN D SPEDY WORKMA- FORWOOD, Agents, LrerpooL
Heavens I grasped the beggar, many and intricate issues that I prefer BRIP OU WATCRWORD. W. PEPLOK FORWOOD.
I know I'm pretty t but I never at present to make a neutral atti- WHTBOUR e Agent,
thought it was so bad as that I" tude." WHITBOTRNE & General Agent, Jamaia.

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Sn have fulfilled it to the letter. And
TRUSTEES WriO LOVEe T- As W ed nd, Fl .
Codrington- CMollegh will Eaer n Mnday
THE LETrER- a shadow of itself, aLd its existence
a matter of indifference towall but half
BUT KILL THE SPIRIT. dozen persons in tlhese colonies.
This famous educational establish-
3ment in Barbados is not over ts H holidays. etc. of 1902.
troubles yet. The Advocate says its
existence ia seriously threatened. The
*Pr0 DIs asnd in its glass is nearly rn out. Ash Wednesday, Feb. 12th. Good
B IOUS NERYOoSFriday, March 28th, Easter Mcuday
r contmpora deals fait lly March 31,t., Victoria Day May 24th,
s IrI eU I &iv Ul U De MRll e W with the entire subject. s10e is Pai Emdanciration Day Au. lt,, King's
P d onanur ly by the Proprietor. TH s e St butn De. 25th, D After Cthe posnas,

Swansler ly toGeneral Co dringtonu. O the fBirtdye of rural oet9ta, Chri wale Dy
ut yit s the AdEo it i a question Dec. 26th.
aA P.f G. haveplacdtwhetheer we tare getting an adequate a
Re d fr Alffcto o fth Tnhro return forig te w. ney Te eeathin
A Sovereign ithaff ladequante, there ias nomat sh a
Blrnda I r 1a JFc & I0t matieal tutor anrd so smWal ae the A Postman's Record.
Attraction the truste offers a a seat
For Vocalists, Public Spe s ad V e U s of erninakg that only five student as e Edward Paeree of Kent,a Enlwand
R only by te P tr. T s Be A St H now in retidehre who lat year retired from tee postal
gndin boxes, 1 (56pls)and 9 eac wmith iul directions. T e Collee wa etablihd by service. during the 37 yeAD POheld

needed in raising sufficient t tide oer W
S... EMPifywIR fania left byGeneral Codrlngtou. Of the office of rural peotman walked
h i M t hese the 8. P. G. are trustees nd 28,840 miles, or nine times round
"itng ie nrow interpretation the institutione d. dy wfor eeral year
Dr, B arw' 4Sf a T = M&AT n isrs. 8. P. G. have placed up-on the terms twenty years averaged 17 miles, and
he f g letter hs bn reivd f of the trust, that has been so fatsl to te never missed a day's delivery of
Codrington." letters.
ArSovereign Remedy for Affections of the Throat, etc. In om, the college was at sfch a a
lmbeth Palace, r l 101 low ebb that the trustees a announced
For Vocalistso Public Speakers and Voice Users Generally. that they would have to close. Mr. If You Use a Stamp Twice?
Arthur Ponsonby, of the West India
SCommit tee opened a fund and suc wE HAVE OFTEN fEARD Pof e oPL
T wsi r b needed in rasing sufciet ta tid e wil over k i Th d
TRADE A the difficulties, and ensure the work- WONhER WHAT IAPPENS.
he b a n te ng ol the institution for several years
The following letter has been received from te wife of His Grace the longer s Luke Ha coods, of Lorndon, was
rhebibop of Centerb all ry ied r the ies b essrs le West ndia Committee sug- summoned for postin a newspaper
Lambeth Palace, 28rd April, 1901. heated making Codrington a oentre for In a wrapper which had already been
ENTLMEN-SOme years ago otb were good enough study of tropical diseases, in con- used, contrary to the Act 1891. The
ETDr. Barst Antiepti Throt Pstlles to the Arcbishopof Can nation with the scols formed for maximum penalty for anc offence of
bra,. whie e al s'tayio with tbe Bishop of ieroo for a few dah tht pl rose ihnt England. The will tis kind is 50. The defendant re-
Tbe, Arcbieh hop w astay need the BLopenge oLonvaptly ainee, fad d greadf the Founder;, expressly state that oeived while staying at Maidstone
and lpeial relief from doing te professors and scholar hall be a copy of a municipal paper, and that
The Ahbiahop- i'genwrally applied AitbhtePutillesby Mesrsa. Savor obliged to study and practice phyasicsa day he enclosed in the same wrapper
iad aM aoor, Bdde Wtathe LoPd, 8y. M .and ehiragery m well as divinity. The inplaee of this paper a copy of a daily
You faithblly Signed BEATRICE R. TEMPLE. reply showed tht the S.P. O. had newspaper, sad redirecwted it to him-
Means. Evans, Sn & Co., Liveroo. profited little by experience. The self at Wisbech, without placing on
esris. C iep o r. West India Committoe were curtly the package a fresh stamp. The
Sold by all Chenmists and Druggists. informed that the idea of eounecting Court :mpoed a fine of 10 and 5
None genune unless bearing the above Trade Mark. a school of tropical medicine sn any costs.
_way with Codrington could not be
ST The West India Committee had. The Prison Farm.
L .A T -i 1 -T J V 5 Z 1 C 3 to be ,atisfied with this but many
ALMOST fostered the hope that the trustees
might yet be brought to senses their. Last year Febrnrr the proposal
T WP A A T Among these weie Archbishop Nuttall. to eatablish a Prison Farm on St.
G I V E N A W A Y Fully acquainted with tl:e require. Jago Paik did not meet with approval
OT Quitecat almost for the very latest SUCESSFL SONGS OFH nentls of tne station, he drew up a in the Council, the Elhted Members
01 Quite. iut almost ; for the very latest UCCESSFUL SONGS OF THE- scheme which, w-tyahut containirg aty, being of Whe opinion that Government
DAY, in full sheet music, with words and piano accompaniment, cannot revolution walteati ontatsin y of the woulion that Governent
be said to be sold at Sixpence Each. Here is the list :- revolutionary alterations, embodied land would do as well. Coene quently
all the modifications necessary for the Hoy Hole Pen was cleaned by prison
Beak the News to Mother There is no Flag like the Red, White proper working of the college, and labour, and experimented upon, but
Like a Bird with a Broken Wing and Blue laid it before the Society. He had was found to be unsuitable. Inspec-
Mid the Green Fields of Virginia Because he Lo:ed him so reason to believe that, if the changes tor Wr;^' .:*, 'therefore called upon
8hp was Bred in Old Kentucky I Guess Pi have to Telegraph My advooted.were made, the governments to oa6 I.. estimate of profit of
The Girl I Loved in Tennessee Bab3 of the various colonies interested growing provisions on St. Jsgo Park.
The Day that's gone can never come Lisa Skianer, Caie Walk Winner would share in strengthenin t.he This in his opinion anmouLts to 529
Linl A Hot Time in the OldTown To-Night college by establishing government a year, and if potatoes be planted in
Little Teddy My Mary Dear He Certainly was God to Me scholarships, and that in this, and also preference than yams to 950. The
A Story ever Sweet and True I'd Leave My Happy Home for You in i more direct manner, the govern produce would be consumed in the
Why (Answer tm o Because) Cise My Baby Loves Me went of Barbados would furnish con prison and other public institutions.
Th.re will'Come a Ttme siderable permanent financial assist- The Government wishes to purchase
The Last Roll Call These popular instrumental dance. In f the Archbishop made St. Jago and make it a Prison Farm,
peak to aeMabel marches and two steps are offered it clear that lese governments, having thus finding work for prisoners and
Come back toEri atthe sameprice: been repeatedly snubbed by the making a good investment. The
The Sltor I l Beeat te Pro i of t alue of the property is 1800
Thet6tker_1 Bla .. atog... Goapel, had *.spl'ealed to him and 'ta94nAer .
My Old Hampshire Home Campin on the Old Suwanee scored his rvies or reopening
The Black Sheep loves you Pest of all Stars and Stripe Pnrever negot i sae thecollege from -
It'stheMaabehindmtlte Gun that does The Moth and the Flame Walt*aes e llo e Tse to The PotScace.
the Work The Chitcagowo Step of Areh&l p iNttall's letter are
This Music can'be bought nowhere else at anything like this price. Just .well worth ;.q ptng here. TThe The seriousnes of the problem of
try for yourself. We cpncot possibly get any more after this stock-sexz present," be wrote, thoughh a time dwindling population in FranCe to
haunted at this price. Oldtrs for three or mote post flee. Mention ** Jamualc of.uommercial and financial difficulty which the Premier rete4red last week
Tunes." 'in the West Indies, is also a time for i shown by the following fact. In
WALES BROS., the formation o( new plans to meet 1893 the population was 38,517,332.
164, Harbour Street, Kingston. new circuwrtates. if I amn not Ltt year a census show it is
wholly mistaken in my forecast of the 38,l6i,945. 'Thll i-ncluded the eighty-
future, a great dlal.ot *.he intelleet'alW, seven departhqfits with Corsica,
Wvorial and reliinouq progress among troops and sailors serving abroad
Im^ i P r PlF AT the intelligent dClItes, will depeud. on may possiby bring thf number to
the decision to I arrived at whe lhcr 39,031,113. In on ) twenty'five out
SCodringto Coitge is to only ia etpil of the eighty seven departments is
[,Smalt (tndsiplnyd advertteemenh t. theological s.minar3, or ,o becoeini. there an increase. In- all the rest
rate of6d. for every I ie',yr words, and --- would je higher cdsNation'i around c3ie 4 of very sertoua. extent. The *
Ui. for every Len word tldditional.} B l I -- lea'rnjy, in qtorals and in religioii,. total iaereae in popplation is 444,613,
.... M of the intelligent'laity of a great part and the large towns have' gained by
kERV CNTtusY !'Nts MITHODS! of the West Idlos.:" The '8 I. '.i about the sme-figute, at thi:'bxpense
Secret Con-erscuion In Comp y. ALSO NEATLY BEPAIRED. l.owever, remained a. regardlessof of, rural anco. There are-'nl'y
Cadret. oeractio th2 f,,rcible argaIn.uts* ,vf the- Arch twvlie cities c ith mo.e than 1)0,000
Newton's Conveshomtid e ritout aI ED IING rIO NGS bishop as they had hccn tmuiovred by i.habitants;rmi extent Paris n4t one
yo Prio w o's Nvi y MADN TO OehDER the a.temple p erusiKons from other of thenm reaches 50O,000. Marweille
ok e r ic 1/. Nrw' T Dhr ,O R qiarterd. The) have contlhuccd to clitpg ~lmen nearest with 491,tM, Bn*Ly6ns
U.o.A. Srenwihd orders I 9 KIg WT.ON to |he letter otthe trust aad they 1ve ,is,,wsth ith 43 9. T popmlatioti
U..A. end order to Ed. TI, KINGSTON ignored "he iril of the obligations o'ParF now standsat7l4, 96.

J A M At-I C A


Military Items. JOHN BURNS. gambltg," he exclaimed, "havegot to Coolies Enjy hem
-- -be put down." Hearts were being
This is an inter-sting ite-n from "THE STRAI(IHTEST MAN broken, homes were being ruined, and BSome Coolies had a big feast at
a War Office lerwter of January 13th :- I EVER KNEW." t!le phbyiqu of the nation was suffer- Martha Brae on SunBay week; quite a
All officers serving in South Africa, ing. To each married man he would curious crowd gathered of thie nin-.
or who have been so serving during Those who recall Mr. Olivier's u.ske this appeal-when be had a vited. These feasts, writes our Fal-
the war, and whose cases of promo- reference above quoted ,in his re spare hour take the missus out. Latter- mouth correspondent, are fulfilments
tion come up before the cessation of cent lectures, and who know somethingg ly the workers had become arrogant, of vows made the year before-if an
hostilities, will be exempted from the of the honesty and bilityof JohnBurns andd fond of domination. They were East Indian is in trouble he vows
prescribed exatination for promo- will be particularly interested in the mistaking bigness of territory f'r that if he gets over it he will give
tion." following. Addre~smgi working nen groatnes of national life; they were a feast next year. At these the
---in London, recently, Bumrns remarked mistaking violence for strength, con- Brabimin or Pnest presides opening
Soldiers who get sentenced by a that Soloton said "the curse of the ceit for Capacity. The working else with droll sounding songs; which are
civil court to more than six months' poor was their poverty." t needed were the overwhelming bulk of the followed by the boating of drums,
imprisonment will forfeit? the South something more than grumbling to get nation, and if the majority displayed tingling bells, etc., then follows the
IAfrican medal. rid of it. They saw 1,000,000 people, those charaateriatics the end was not eating of a .ixture of soup and
whose lot in life was a funeral process far off. rice spread out on' plantain leaves,
To form a oer prisoner camp at sion from te radle to thegve. Many Talking of Brns here is mar dumplings fed with ocout oil,
Antio o Captrin J. Packle and a homes were vile and verminous be Taling jack-fruit curried and parched flour
SAntgua, m p of tJ. ArmP Sere a cause the workers' wages went to the riage Rbmance. mixed with spices and a host of other
ps have been sent from ldereho publican, the pawnbroker and the Mrs. Barns first met her husband things which do not look palatable
to the island to select sites and pre- bootmaker. It made all the difference when he was 16 sad she a year younger. to creoles.
tarheir tirst cam-ps to the appearance of home whether a She was a lovely girl, and the appre-
pare eir n little wit, soap, and love were brought ciatire boy immediately fell in love
into play, or whether leisure hours wi.b her. She did not appreciatehis 4lM X
SCount Gleichen, repair were spen r outhul e sthe
is to have the rank of lieutenant- catching losers. The pitiful sight was dark and Spanih looking y, W
colonel while employed in Egypt. witnessed of 'he tenpence-an ih u man i wrote articles for newspapers and had A.A. tFBVae p. Ls i. a
-- looking down on the sixpence an-hour.j even berou to make open-air speeches Bs tu"""*.B U ye'
The health of Field Marshal Prime man. What snobs working people to workmen, was decidedly peculiar r< thm.
Edward of Saxe \eitmar has been t.ere! They were more snobbish than and odd. But she recognized his clever- C C.IWtLs THROAT. Qaaiy. BEphooate
causing grave anxiety. He is in his lords. There were parishes of the rich ness, and appreciated the distinction Dv WMltpsmer,
seventy-ninth year, and lihacontracted and districts of the poor. That was of being his friend; so while she kept .-i WOMS. BDot,. Grabs.
severe cold, which went to his lungs, sery bad tor the poor, b'it infinitely h m at a distance that precluded quar- .B. .1PODGS IcoWl. l tneaB,. Ilaund
There have been liver complications. wore f.,r tie rich, especially for ltioe rellina as well as love making, her in- F. F. COL. elivaScheWi-al.lwn.
who were getting squint eyed by play teres: in him did not prevent her from cu O Diarrhea. BlDnterv.
Sir E Ward, the new Permanent ing ping on- all day. The best speaking ki.idly to her boy lover. But G0.. Prevents Ml CARRIAGE.
Undersecretary ar in orgisremedor tr he housing evil was for the the heart of a true woman is always ~a.=jKIDNEY & LADDBKDISORDfR,
in the vast ertablishment on aan efi- overcrowded tenants to t;ink nore softened by misfortune, and the wo- 1.1. KIN DISEASES.Masse. rtioo,
gthe as fnis mn dif and drink less, of their oxnn will to man's nature was roused to fever heat cuis Uleear. urS UresePrey.
teb. ie was fond onedby tested help relo mers to help them, to be per- by- semypathy with the wrongs of hbr I0 S0S0 trls Cot
interests, precedents, andredtape, sistent in rising upward. The3 should friend. The fates ordained that one 'biMt~,ablTa5emu* eaSIpeblsek.s.,S
but he is struggling brave ith heavve rl ore care for the homes of their day the girl should go to hear John aJ O
k not e children. Three out of five in that Burns speak in Battersea Park. He etal.l2rw b tvS mm. as AmL IN
OdiPfficties. Social in terests a ye room would, before they died, land in had reached the age of 22. He made _
ose, oweal social interests aren the workhouse, the infirmary, or some a stirring speech on Labour. At that NERVOUS DEBILIT9,
nistio. kindred institution. That was the ~iat time they were tupidly trying to stifle VrAL WM xS q
statitiierlte.Si. Mr. Ba went on to freedom o of speech and the just oriti.- itA t W
Major Arthur Griffiths says the re- give statistics of death, insanity, and eisu of flagrant injustice ; so before and Prostration fiomn Ove,,
citing mnetbod is exceedingly cam- ei:ne caused by drink, and to quote young Burns had finished his speech work or other causes. *
brou. The recruit's name has to be the case of Liverpool as showing that his collar was seized by the police and Humphreys' Homeropthio Speol.
entered some sixty-two times, the where the number of public houses washe was dragged out of the park. His E 0as,. "in *over40rers, he o
signatures of superior office-e are reledl an enormous drop took place girl fWid there and then fell in love r W U! d. m
given twenty-nine times in each par- in the figures. "Drin'tin, betting, and witn the hero, mI aspsi. *i
tioular case. *arra e' .ws-,


8 Day Clocks, only 9s. 9d.


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Hope Experimental Station. PRE)ciiPoND NO LADIES' TOILET TABLE'
w/itr: *; M -- -ia proper T1Ml0A A^ Nb f^ U L
Owing to the want of a reliable l ac csories
water, supply the work of the Agri- ac orie --
cultural Experiment Station, Hope | I HAVE EVERYTHING
Gardens suffers. TIhe Government they need to furnish it completely.
can spend no more on water from My Stock of Hair Brushes, Combs,
-the K. C. G. for Hope Gardens. It Puff Boxes, Colognes, Toilet Waters,
is therefore suggested to store up Powders, etc., is much more varied
the surplus water which the K. C. than it is possible to indicate here,
G. throw from their filter beds. f in need of goods of this kind, I 46, KING STREET, 46.
This is frequently thrown off and if feel sure yo can find at M1 STORE,
stored up would be quite sufficient exactly what you want, and it prices x'Wo connection rith h
to meet the demands. The Depart- so low, that they will surprise you. othexw Abwmxbma&ns
ment has recently disposed of some srmBenembering also, that I ceep a
clnchona bark st a net poflt of + fall line of All Other Goods that W fII TI I D IODW-
610 and out of thi amount at is pro- belong to an up to-date uA- A a. M U
pofd t ake 00 for Ct im b a DRUG & GROCERY STORE. M A K E R,
of a tank to store the water. T"hil 1fK"A J
(We P. Z AUvrAY)
Thm Not*$. 4 '1Ka a tt The Luading Hose in the Island for
The Trinidad Tls _tre Co. w -ta reis P ronometem Barometers, Keetrei
termed f r tnal dmt al di sa. aoon as ADprPt us, Type-writers, Phon r aphs
with sooon mew --kindfit. mill) Ln*8od
ofached ong2nYoIe AFeo I-TI IT Ir fl L'r Chreanedaphs. and Musical nstrSY-
Te em- i. O,_-WH..JJL..L IJ. J Repeats a specialty. Diamonds and
each. All apgplicdatn a re Wedding Ringes made to order and
to be made to Messrs. John 'ltoa FRED L. MYERS & SON SOLE AGE2NTS. engraved free of charge.
and F. Weolwud, hba, se'et4es.- Prompt attention to country orders.
Mr. Bandmann's;Cou-panywas to set UA n yOU Ai TAiT All work done on the Establishment
out for Gibraltar almostas boon as it is uperintended personally and gua.
reached Engla, oen l ingL U F bruryI ranteed by C. C. MASSEY.
12. Malta, Alexandria and Cairo will he Leading and best Watch maker -
be visited m turn, the Comany re- dqOS JA M S in the Island.
trying to Eigland in Jly, where a and Apprentice, taken.
wo ind will[be w.e *t6b Jw-0P an

"". B Itt+l F 0"BsiAS tlI. Pil. ImaQ G,0 Idj
sira Ii oes.~- ne t them the aU s
eB word n hol kor ",- DIBE cTOB P. Elicio Auvray, .,-
_?' '- tChairman; J ames Og lvie
r. Panto---end o + Ih... .. ,, 4on on ilt.lDe.embe rO71 88p Ure
p_ +L_.1 a_.. .. .;r~r f t A. iC. aos.. ho. i
J ?4^ ,~t ..=t ii,,.,m.:,t. i I._ --- L' ,Eel, D..d Bendo' ._-

&./ BSO urv'S-DIessrs. O"ghtoU Gar G r
S. w HAr TB T N STREET. li -Noa 8, S MTET.
he y Wg fAo r e OFI C o.a aaio with dter-
ot, iene of the 0 a0 object of re2u ag the rates of Fire IB .r
pklated releon fro, e Caalris oe b s unacein Jamaica, in which object it
uticana. A narle party i I you are a Con eeurjue eith th brand h been very successful so that Fire _
Ce words. It should perhaps be ex- Insurance in Jamaica is now only about
pained that the piano was "armour-L D ITCI ELD, O. Half F Rate o
_wt" -loer t ns p.ra, i, TITIELD, OR .a lForma Ws 0-iP
SFLO DE CONSTANT SPRING. e is-soltowming t, eteu 7
The Clever Cockroach meS t of ths company.
It ---_ YOU W'IT d tWANT MORE. Tbhe losses by the Great Fire of King.
Mr. Pantoi nd, m tbe U W W stone n lth Deoember, 1882, were -
Muse5um an *ierln h. t,* L A 4.879. 18t. 9d., which were promptly
marks the masb cble _o_'oL ar iid'D. O proving the fabt. ,aO d resources
is an artist o* oonajda blef monerit. l .nt in anted MCoees. In t. ORKe rs E..
Its retisris tailn, ts are blantod We can supply all w tsina d 1 f tCheCgamPe.a I RK, e
play when it deadnrteW It Iw in i-* -* J l ---------- --- -
oaer to affod them im to NSURE YOUR PREMISES
g thm ..sLEo &U:;iMUCB
0ork wsU f ntertd 100 Off.
whm the riter. imif m AT THE I n A good Commission on first Premi-
m etallic c es oin c he MusOupe Poes.
camh upoa,-two apeelmen, ac .of r R. iil Dgi n fweptabl cpea Pol e
eggs For he; a eFor Ras pplc a tol th ie Agents,.
ao coc roa h. or (1VORSON &ktu O GILVIE,
with me of the moet-.m.a -- -+. ;1t j + Du-t=KBBtt. s
which the little anid ei l. care fully Ala il I r-I .i -- S e*- .
moved -from the -zte
ofaly placed on the tatbt when i W KLY h d* rStein re,
bhld at a little di th e tb em-4 M. rO tE'---" O THE ]RTBUIT iLD OF rVRGAN S -
blance to.their surr ding o ag re- rrlit tE t OF Bwier em orah y
markable, nd t ihe 'Bom.-t CTo i 6 KING STREET,
prrJef le. _+ ..o a. to Jol KINGSTON.
When the eggs ar hyd oeother '" A --- ...
substance that vvil l'l. H JAMAo tCAN S'. T HAVE ensure to &=ounce 'to _
moval of some past t ae rrawrl, 1-_ 1 A M M .V A the GjIr4" l Public a"d my Pat-
as for isitAc~ot odbtd, or t. -4- --roni, that snce I have finished the
cover of a book etc., tlie us e at- AT 6/- EACH1. THE BEST FOR BOYS. Org s whichJ hand on hand to build,
tempt at prote~Gon may be observed. ..I am now ope .again ts TUNE-
But these to-called eR-s are in n BT. n' T d REPAIR PIANOS s well as
Bu t.hese tTio, callrl are, inollS. ..ALBALB'N CATHEDRAE. SCHOOL MuIsi I s tu ens
reality cases or 4sau5i tontiaininzg a jflj ru other Musical Instrumoets. Orders
collection of eggs, which are placed VfilUfl. WI U Toronto, Canada, should be sett in early to avoid di. _
_____l w_-_-_ _i_ d ag Ltnen
these liar horny apsalea. The at his beautiful hqme in Wychwood -h f lo-ng tlnul I --
number of eggs enclosed in each, WRITE OR. WIRE Park, at which there is skating and tbe great Muscian, Piif. Julian Pas,
varying greatly according to the bathing. cal--
different species. While our corn Chae ALlen. Oentl, A good and spiLs gymnasium, Park Lodge, 16th July,'01,
men cuckioach places 12 or 13 in .lAlien. Genti larie grounds, cricket field. EDWARI ST.INKE, ESQ., .
each caulile, those of some speices Albany P.O., Highly qualified staff., Dear Sir,-It is with nimucnrh pleasure
contain as many a 30 or even 40 M. E. MATTHEWS, R.C.A. that I write tv think youfor the way
gg"hen j For the hest and chReapeet c When jut hatched te yorngare between Albany aud Port Maria. "I stro..gIly conmenad St, Aban'sR It ha never heen better doae--al I.
of a pl:dc colour, but soon become --Dall serv ice. p tnid tr and SiobtI L O n-LO t faf 4ndrenisc r 4 thank.yoU fur your valuable services. _
Sd .rkcr. Tlhey are said to chuage their velhclee for travelling to all parts of expressed the utmost satisinction."- Believe ne, yours fitfluIlly,
skins iix tuucs during their life., the Island. Satisfaction certain. ? THt LOnn Biswor OF TOKONmtO. 1 JULIAN PASCAL.
E.S. P. t

Printed and P-blished by the Proprietor.W. R._DuR4 at No. 1t07La
Printed and Ptblished l~y the ProprietorW. R. DOBtl4 at No. 107 Wa


iter Lane Kiinpktou

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The Meteor on Tuesday,
A large meteor, writes our corres-
pondert, fell into the sea in the vicinity
of Purt inl Point. apparently #t 6
o'clock (on Tuesday); when it touched
the water flames fared up the western
sky, and a succession of reports were
heard as far offas 7 miles, if not further
too. We were much alarmed at first,
thinking boilers had exploded on some
estate down the parish, but the report
soon came in that several people had
seen the meteor passing from west to
east sad heard the reports nearly at
the same time.
S This must have been a meteor of
large dimensions to have caused such
a lars up, and series of explosions
and if it hai struck a caneheld we
would have had a big fre in Vere.
We noticed the meteor ourselves
from a Kinpton house at the hour
named, as dida number of residents in
Kingston aad elsewheiew It was a
stoikig gbtI

Georre's Plain-
A collie at George's Plain Estate,
has already paid a visit to the Asy
lum and has been sent home as sane.
He has however, I think, shown
otherwise. Last Saturday evening lie
went out and lodged wit one of hir
,ouhtrymen, who lives abhut a male
away. Next morning to show his
gratitude he took tii host's trunk of
clothes and carried it to bhs own
house; on being questioned be cooly
repliedthat thq man's son took it
there. The book keepers, without any
great trouble, took it away and tave
the silly man his liberty.
His Grace, the Archbishop, will be
hee about the middle of March for
eourfiration. About twenty oadl.
dates ar being prepared, among the
are a number of ooolies. We expect
very soon to have two couples of them
married at the Churco station, in-
deed the fir6t wedding will take place
about the 26nh inst.
We are longing for rain. The beat
is increasing and dust flies in blinding
clouJi along the roads.

Norwich. Portland.
The TIMES of the 8tb inst. wished
the U.. ..tprosperity. It is grati
tying to note that the paper's wish
was not in vain. Three matches were
played between the N. C. C. and the
Elementary School C. C. In all the
N. C.C. won. The match played on
the 12th was the most important.
The U.C.C. scored 110 runs against
68. Of the former the best soore~
Messra' Oakle 38, D. Undsay SB;
Of the latter Mesrs. E 8. Grosett
it and Jim Marshall, 18. Mush praes
is dne, to Mesprs. J. Porter, A. L
Williams, D. Manott, J. Johnson and
jbeen for their masterlyP way in de.
feadmng their wicket, and Mr. Me
Morrine and P. Williams for their
atfirityin the blas
The EenoteUwry C. ;C. iinaditbied 5a
Menls J. PP.Kef o Phillips, 0. K.teb;
Sat Kel-o Jar.. and 1 Mana tlL
ftay both clits' ptt fqrth greater
effort. In the seend match the
U.C.C, only otdid the C.C.C.by
S runs. Bravo 1l Try again KC.C. I
'le Y. P. 8. C. L have eNlAbrted
the twenty first anniversary of their
wer*dUlde union. ,A warm address
,was given by Mr. V. H. Levy,
Botidbrook Teacher. Mr. M. Ed"
wards alto spoke encouragingly at the
Bethtieiletem school has a fair
.attedance Judiang from the hard
push tit teacher and scholars, a first-
.assili alntt a,. !

TWO a- -
cvtd I', ,;44l14y. A wmmm fell
fAtmher bed antltgot paOtly jeeY
*iwdi A ,Aafter bmui1 too 102C
It i said.V9 et riap"d a waseao r
nod home uonaisua. Dr. Groestt
wo Mumosed for both oses.
Olj1ttb tawshoeMaker Ml0-. IL T.
ewlftrl ooii6~sfd
Jos y lot.trrtt~ -ec--orrb~i
1Wfuaf~ out MMA ORwsd
the t'wn


I Go-ahead Albert Town.


Albert Town is making rapid sriules.
The Agricultural Society which wa.
started sometime ago ts doing splendid-
ly, and the inhabitants are endeavour.
ing to make the state of affairs mory
satisfactory. The teacher's cottage is
being enlarged, and in good time the
enlargement of the church w:ll be at
tempted. Last but not least, a Post
Office was opened on the llth inst. by
Mr. Marshall. This is sitasted in the
centre of the village, and in a prolni
nent Position. The building isvery
neat in appearance, and cannot bat
attract attention, forming so beautiful
an addition to the village. May sae
cess attend this important institution..
That's right! Go-head, Albert Town.

Ipswich Notes.
On Monday a lovely shower of tain
made everything look quit fresh and
beautiful. The district of Malgrave
to badly in want eofals e ta w
was a perfect shame to bhr the vulgarl
** . _

1 zvULr uw w ra.aam wh. Mgt naft !

ex. VIVsuJII wniu uU Y*" Cu *-
other on Monday evening the 11th
in*t. just a few chains from the Baptist
Meeting House. 8ach people entirely
forget the law, and use vulgar words
onthe main road day after day. Igno-
rance is a step to all other habitual
Mr. E A. Slack is making aselec
tion to pihy in a match of Cricket on
Friday the 28th in-t. Mr. J Groves
(jnr.) is also usin4 his influence and
energies to make the game a success.
The talk of thea week Is chiefly about
the prices of bananas Little by little
the price it growing and ere this month
co0ed to a close the trade may be in
full swing. The pulpit at the ,ders
lie Baptist Church will be ooeupea
to-morrow by Mrs. Murphy, wife o
their Iev. J. B. Murphy Holy Com-
renion will alseo bead.te
pAMiHe .serve by the Ber LB
Murphy. The only sportsman going
about this side is Boog Willi&.
The TIMsa is aite a spn ith
neighbourboo4 andi ready ti. -
Upper Clarendon.
We are having dight, howera. The
general weather appearaee i rather
hasy. The Bevy. Morn who has
been at Chapelton for the last two
or three mouths preaches at Red
Hills next Sunday 23rd. The superin-
tending clergyman pays his monthly
visit on the morning of the same
day. Mr. Morgan will preach in the
afternoon add leeotre on .foreign B
A wedduig took plasN at Red ills
on Tueeday 4tb hnst. when Mis Cle-m.
entina Wsstsey wasu tted to Mr.
James N. Fearon. The Rev. C P.,
Malrbead perfermld t
On the folhlw agday th Re.
man was himself married at tbePa
Church, Chapelton, to Mm Allw a
dauhter of our formr s. fM. The
Church was crowded. We wish the
couple happinem.
Mrs. L B. Davis of Mears, Regis
trar of Births and Deaths and wife of
-r. A.r A. -Dv*, i- P. die 4
Monday morning.

Planterw were juat hbegantg to
a bit anuxtes after sw wee r mI
when asonple wtVome 00 eber fal
,how that pries for tam eld
have bes voted by the Jimea A~
cultural Soelety, we trttth
will beoin took after t44 lttM!
It wound be good forth bblehi'i b
aseoanoa t he o ewmism
palpits, so that the pep00 14C
nfMmu Il n* T lMINN am -R

also stir after If wliw .
lecture gt the small Sp IC(
There ts one agseledtral mla. tb
we have not arasped ypH a4 th
the neesmwty and importasae w
and -retalini-g a water gm
soil. There, *r a latiiT
ember aIdJaunarwaUdit
-*ere bag mi to6 "mnai a a
night's sea. The soil thromgh A*

fields m getting cracked in all 1lii1c
tions. thus faciliLtting tile 10'10 o( ,1'id

C!r.ILLin W.LS kept up long enough ,to
tine ~ (tie nervca of the iator. Love's

li)LS LVIOFO LTriiig Uri11FT ....') not

fll)l Le. more TurinIT, -it utie; i--
4oil to a better tilth will remedy this
The deadly catapult is still on the w.ar
path Boys going to school, boy rt-
turning from school, buys on erratil|s
may be been at all hours of tioe days
armed with this weapon of dertruct in.
playing havoc with hundreds ol ou,
small oirds, in spite of a prote tlvi
law, aud a Constabulary Station iii
our midst. Some of our laws seemr to
be made only forshow, and this is one
of theto.
Why is it that the young men in
these districts have no mental or
physical recreations. There is no
cricket clubs, and few social enjoy
meats but. only a monotonous exist
ence. We have three umiisters and
three schoolanatert ; can they do aothl
ing to make life more liveablt? Trw
sermons on Sundays are good up o i
certain point. But we ask winistiea t#
take an active iLterest in the physical
aid mental recreations of our younti
men. 0
We happened lately to sDeak of


'.,,e off, aIs Mr. L. did not turn up.
M,lny vwas ruitih disippointed, as they
w.iL fur the extires purpose of-
i";:ring himu. So-ee Lantern Views of
.Jamina.can .cueucry samite next, and a
IlMrcti by ie baid ended the second
,4ar'. Duraig another intermission
the ladis Ian their tram white dressed
a'sd neat crsu on bibs, had their tsamd
pretty well occupied in supplying the
ltruAinds on their stock of niceties.
rite third prrt. brought a Tableau
'cene trotu Authony and Cleopitra
otherr solo by IMss Stewart, Jho
as one ot the best lady pianists in
Jamaica and who has a sweet and
true voice, an Overture "Gilderoy,"
by the Band, a Tableau, a cello solo,
Serenade, Gounod by Dr. Vine and
iaocher Tableau, statue of Peace"
fr'rs these pleasantly spent three
f erY. W. i. CABLEt O.. LTD. 1


Tlie derelo,uaenut in the war be.
tween the itebela and the Govern.
uctut tins week ins been this. Herera
,hli couiuiands 1,500 rebels hthas ent
tin ofl:erto the Goveinor of Pana-
Iia. He suggests that the foreign
,o~erunments make the r ilway linc
neutral, forbid the Government tip
intrench here or the Liberals to ight.
Irara says that the Liberals must,
and will take Panama and Colon.
thesee however, are garrisoned by
3,000 men. The Governor forbids the
Foreign Consuls to deal with Herara
direct, to which they have agreed.
The reat eet has been ameoter
attempt to taptre Dewet Alter
long and afI preparation Kitehen
er himself directed .th oliag opera.
ton sad a4log a face of 40ailis
advanced ome 60 to hemina the Boor
leader and force- him agwtes the
Block Houses. From poecste poet of
the the w he a e by tid wire
entanglements Dewet was aotuae l
ammed against the Kronstadt-Lind-
ley Block House. But he stampeded
a great mass of cattle against the
wire- and broke through m the con-
fuanio going south but with few of
his 2,000 men after him. Kitchener
though failing to hold the leader
made a big csptre of more tha
000 fighting Boeru. Be killed
and took rifles and maunitins, 18
Britlh columns operated Moed a s ne
directed by Kitlhener. itssewere sear
Breafort, Cape Oloy, the Boors
'assabed tp a British dmkL elovys
of it waggons. We- lost k13 d
and 147 woundd. Colonel Doram
men were alao rnued. We lest be
. On the other hand we took Bal.
meters laager with 86 prisoner and
many wagoo. '

Albert Town as a "suburb" of Ulster
Spring. This called forth a vigorous
protest, so we beg to withdrew the
tlie term used, andto apologise if we
have inadvertently hart the oitizents'
feeling. But at the time of writing,
0 Albertonians,we did not consider the
the importance of your town; the
length and breadth of your rods ; tne
volume of your trade; your rnaay
storeH and tradensen ; we did not con-
sider your churches and schools, tt't
absence of idlers and loafers in your
midst; the superiority and indepeod
ence of your inhabitants, nor did we
have the faintest suspicion that the
Colonial Secretary had left a good
7esame with on, as we were under the
easing delusion that you had one
bfor he passed through these diu-
SNot havlnf got used to the "good
iame ret, we can quite udent and
your sensitiveans and anxiety on iti

Screen Island.
Onur Corrweponnt writes that the
Cottage of Margare Campbell was
destroyed by ire on the 8th. Its
owner and a tenant of hers wre a
short distance away at the Markot.
They lost everything but the clothes
they stood in.
Green, a semi-blind old man, has
been bady beaten bv Wielson- lt,0
Spring; who was therepon arrested
ad- taken blaspheming to ail. He
await trial, unable o get a. G
Is in lHopita. It is sid Wilon ad
been drinking.
The Rev. B. Rothnie M .A., ew
Prebyterian Minister, has been in.
ted to hrs charge .
Falmouth Notes.
a1(D !MTR ADiWun .

A very nie asad enjoyable enter-
taimest was given by te Nev.. aG.
Bai st the Court Hose. on Thimrd
teth It eemmeneed at 7.30. Mr.;
with ad netlit 11Wtlie r
be asked the adlemee to e.z
ease small blunders by the performnen
s. this was his GreL attgsm PwL aI
ibtertainment here, and mayay o
l*eredn to asit him hcke osat
at the last The P Fgramme then
1 Seletstt II Trovatore Band
Tabl Mir aa ttlt: 'i "
S Pianeforts Sol, Hems Sweet
Rome by MMM'Stewat *
M e Gooses IfaDpg smj
&ddM oed by M'other *ooi; and .
tie Goslin ,ob Gooe kept
eokrUtow 8kleda l t a uti.t

Petor lowed s wlea adjourned
11" ts of Uie enatales. Thei
S Bu;QtutE 3L
Iaes, awel all deso"lptlos to
^s d st Ycwb ki* alpt iall ,
byweillaon tw Tie enteta

gpftotwry of the Conisati in ,Nj'w

The Borlin CODN 8t
joered pil.t-Moupoda .
AnIGe@vaa *4'lGat6 'wf0 try6.
ht Impose r~oosUn iha~llneW

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aLrmad, the bRel m', boirded

agd troop e te Yeasse
est Th Goverrepat steamer ,
valy oppmlagisseaid to Bbits bene
*ak. Her erew wMcasti ed Lap
S.govenomt ga boadt, the
" Bolivia" round the vicinity.
A cable e ieag n oan IT-ay a-
nnanoe-d that for the frst tuu a
ogrea abeen l Pvok Sew**ta"y
tU tbe Diponatipcssii Srient ha w
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Supplement to the Jamaica Times.
'" I

The British ( government h s at ast her fornd wreckage th seemed to
done a great thing and done it well, show the Condor" ad got sa 1 ,
Ih has oonltided a allisabe with Jap. and snk. The "* b peria" herself wa
om, and so well was the secret kept suppOsed to be lost and an AmerIcan
that none knew of it till It was asn bot started to f8ld her.
bouneed in Parliament The chief The TMstIe" is to replace H. M.
aim is to preserve China and Coress 8. 16 assard" on the =orth Ameri-
from beingetup and devoured.' Te 4 4sali.n
Jlisace is for ve years, or longer if OGra papers have been running
either party is the atnallyr at war s nd that Britn' tried to get'
with other Powers. Britasin rd te Power to oppose the Stas over
Jaip reues say selfsh desig Sn O COeb war, but d Germmny
Chb and will a"s together M ti ed not agre Briish Ministr
to save her from the designs of oters. y this a ie.
If one -Power gets inte war, 'e t I Ho"enRsoerao the Kaisers
other remains neutral and tries to at y t, has arrived t New
rm t joining ts eemy of York, brain Prinse Hmar t the
SJ. If i then s me of la tmars ew y 6
aak erslf besde her ally. The A rAs i ts is o i
two Powers wall not make a r- aglad bstrI s perts S
ragaemmt with other Pewers Me h a IU*Ew1e Process AeidsMton
et.. witmt mconsultting s edr, dter "Pars"
Sto. *-. Dr.L One er iso to the States
nI estb q t sh isk g r eend tt W ad sympah
to er eta t s ths dis ins ri i.
Captain Grossman has invested dYtng-
a water walking shoes with Santo Dimout bha used his fylo
whiehhe has walked 100 miles down *mae hlms aeem.rily at M aco e
the Danube. ew tor 30 intes and came safely
Sir C. R. Ibbert, Parliamentary bank to his starting place.
Counsel to the Treasr, has beenap
pointed Clerk of the House of Com- XILRAT T ,]PC ,Ji
onus at ,000o per y arm
t United States egislator has pro D. w. i. CABLE OOY-(VIA BERMUDA.
posed that Cuba beeome first a terri UNITED STrATEa
story then a stateto the Union, and UNITED SATES.
that she States reduce the sugar duty Nzw, YORK, FEB. 14.
fper e Wheat--Chicago, Spot. No. 2
1Wermany has been disonussig Naval red, ash a beha. mouL...84.- fi
Flour-Standard A. brands
.egland has imported a double a ... ...
anusirty of sugar in ati patio of cO meal-Yellow kiil dried
s Sugar Tax exposed in, the frael ... ... ad
B*Jea. Corn-Yellow in 2 bus. bag
a.sphti-&imm~puaan'i a.e~d4mnt p ag ... ...: L s
o i ter be Bules of Ppse.dre Polk-Hpavy Mss, old V --
Parase um t t a Slest oided "ee L .e. ..
was lsa. S hort sler med. quaL I
bse captured by te. British. -a-e-m aonf bit ... ..
Srme nas- otly the Brtldsh for ettO il. dlg test), per
a nI r 4s of %& ". 77.11 wer ilot f 1,000 eases 24 1002
fhe State. gals. hi,. gals 9.40
'e te Bntrsh War O ite ira a debate Ier-ot. basis m test -i
in ParMIament, the opposition tried to MaTovado bais 89o test
get the terms of the aew eat Co- per lb. ... je.
tret; but the Government avoided Coffeo-Jameaic, ordinary to
answering. It s believed that speacu choice w lb ... .... 6-lor
nations are going on The contract No. 7 spot Rio lb ... c
was first re sold at 10,000. then at Maracaibo good cucnta' b Sj 9e
ft,00 e afor9 i _,0. -- Linger--Common to good
Bermuda is to have a floating dock V .. .... ... ?-*
to handful 10,20 tons, the largest i Pimenso-Good merchantable
the world. a. ... ... ... -4je
A m mostitn was held at Cae Oranges-Far quality, order
tow atrday lst, and condition D rate 4.00-4OMU
Asint the slanderig of Gaape Frit-Pir quality,
Army. ant condition 2 crate. 4.00-5.00
Cap A Porter and ot ms' and Cocea Buts-Jatm. selected
effwrs woe wert foraeM. .. ... .0. tO
terror of the Philippines have s"w bberd tuananas-am, first ... lIS-L
erdbly for the want of food they ea ge rate for bankers si
had to eat aw dog's lesh, ad e W e a London ... ...4
esle delirious. Tea, tre belvesd so Exh ange rate for bankers de -
be 4ed. Two were found by te re. mandblls on London 4.87-
ief expedition in a tree uarkiag like CANADA
di. o HAirAX, N.., Pdts 14
-. ,B.dg a sereroa tt lFlour--W Indian uh.pping
of Germny along wr iite, B ..;
was driven a gal' freom Olsrary bus ... We
SBerlin t twer. The ba. Codsh-.-Mediuam .. ... St.
Slooen ci d ad Thnkesprspfanu Se. u l ... ... A-
it So the dioe t 1 al ... m.. WL.
Ltes Ot. U @ rhdto do ee. I split 0 brl ... 4.0
e. i but ys t bht lft fot tangledNo. ... _. ... .
i there adang ddow No. 3 ... ... 7.
wards wa drGed along the -
t t theo rops wereaht ENGLAND.
*the on-iukers, when it was *ee LonoxN. Fus. 14.
> that his bead was eaattered and spine Sugar-Dea erara Crystal V
Sbroken cwt. Duty Paid 15/-18/p
England does not intend to give up Mscovado ... 1/i'
Wei hal-Wel. This is official. It is German Beet F.O.B current
now under the Colonial Offioe. month cwt. ... ... 68/8
The ColomsUMan GQovernt s ay& Ram-4atinm common lean
that the nterests of the lthanus have galU ... ... ... 1/10
be in the purchase of the anal. It is Coffee ...
believed that work on the Canal good ... 38
would be the mseas of the ending of ... 410
the war there. Ginger *aommo- o good
The Boert, t Bermuda eiiir a big. V. cw .. '.. 40/A-65- >
ger guard. The Worcester men Pimnato "Tair merchantabhle *t 2
there from England and average Santoo
umberland FPnllers to Actilwu. current month cwt... 2f
The 8anisbh Admiral, 'oteo, is rIiik Ri ata e oen ... '
dead. Be wnmnlded Ilie ppanliishtjosot ... ..
Torpedo boats dulai tile war with* LIVwaPoou Pat. 14.
8. M. 8. Condor" is still ftetsag. Vpot b ... 41 .16 t


jw&h a M, MiU

* UrE. W. 9 WuW M-.1 '

(spwcialy Jwriten feor
The Jamaic a Timm.)

of ev"tot emno
|tAs ahbe pg-d
i si to ibc they
.case in the
world, wbetbh
thatorld be thm
peat wide worlM,
8m the ItUe
world i which
we lie and have
A ric ta r

l 'u iaau!uor buav

S1 I I m et, and the
II.Le ghI Legislative
Council too re-
samed its sittings, and tglIth
ricketers have arrived, all accom-
panied by a greater or less blare of
trumpets, another event has tras-
ptred quietly, which has arrested but
attention, but which may alti
mately be provocative of greater re
About three or four weeks ago, an
unobtrusive gentleman reached these
ahorea, and sought change and rest
in a auiet reaortin thehilo. Obeered
leasaly e ,a ght have been taken
the ordinary paSre-or healt
kH ourst. Ibat Le was La no
ate merd an *rdiny" touri.
en as that of Miaat whom we

M7ibrybna~ Miniater of New York
wjrk.CUawa s ti ot ta e ordinary
(Ui an e but a fan of large
4ateae d of world-wide reput
ttL einte* e Wto prmieene
a the eoeessrof tbe el ted Dr.
Arthur Pieron of isionary fame,
in Bethaiy Prebyterian Church in
Philadelphba, and is Dow pastor of a
church in'the upper part of New York.
But Dr. Chapman does not rest his
danimoieogUj~~ iQtia-r-and do not
kpow that be makeseay suchi caim;
it not like bie,.-upon any of these
NHe hOsbeesmn famous as a*
wsewr. After earefully aretl-
im their aual resor for several
jea, te Premtliieua C hurh l North,
itqs, t e efat that tead of
7 they weoe n eOg a road. A
was famed for te purposes
b, m gtPatsrs e to re-awaken iter-
tf wc Dr. Chaptpa was- a
twmbsr sad a favourite missioner, .
. returns now Ashow that aeri-
Sll th chr` e ir is 4t vaaou g b
pi and bond: and those who. are
a iete to judge,. give Dr. Chap.
the 5 erdit for the greater share
W*e the Kbtor si Mummrs 's
DRAt AL, learned that arrange
g g ulmd be jade to secure r.
gl n psmasce.1 towed tav l.
et wish ima ti the Bdmoadeen
UlrlMonday1Febrouw 3rd. About
St ers amembled and Dr. Chap-
aapoke He epoke of his oover-
se, te deepening of his own sipritual
fle, aIder the Infuence of Rev. F. B
etr of London, of his qmuikened
ia his work as a copeguehne
thsr 'ad of hi* exerenee-iia
kr in the Masters vineyard.
th thing of the egotist about
ri G hape a, and consequently thiee
-rc* m*-*A. >nar. >t{h n hnptln Ia

ito any one present. The* leet
Va was a representative one and
I da Wide Apa, gentlemen ftr
'iahiet SE-and Portland an.d
)ikr' ixing with the. Rianiton
:tter Lanid it was felt by many
D a, that the meeting ib qnietl
4.d in.atei Loly 0ondute,
hiraee a i de reSoh'ng pdluence
&I lasppJed that the OaNe day, ,was
the-. te' for tht oelteratilo of the
birthday of the CaISTIAN 'FN.


fjiavx r movement, and Dr. Chmp-

man kindly undertook to present
at, and to address the meeting In
rising to the call of the chairman, Dr.
Chapman expressed bis pleasmr in
being preset, as be is not only an
etiVe Eadeavourer, but a Trustee of
the United Society. He had attended
almost all the Iternational Conven-
tions, but be bad never had more
pleasure in attending any meeting
thia he experienced that evening.
Christiea Endavour bad p ed both
the experimental ge, sad tk-age
when its work ould abe deqg y re
peeted by aners sad etbn .
t bad rescued the period of work.
The doctor usesmew if say trick of
aratory, but his -preme latensees
esommads attention, and he had it.
We -have never heard ay Christi
deavor address more impressivly
delivered or more eagerly revived
Dr.' Chpan was prepared to ad'-
dressed avowed Christians and the
teS~NOt whahiehe U lustered-hi re-
umrks, was "Have ye received the

nDiy UOiO i u w jv er-
showed b3 llusration what t.e
spirit-fill life will be; oneof the
meet striking, being that of a young
woman redeemed from the lowest
baunae of vice, who in turn became a
*oulwhmaer. Was she beautiful ?"
the speaker asked. The reply was
" no not ordinarily ; but when on one
occasion, I saw her kneeling in a
pest hole of vice, surrounded by sin-
hardened men, supplicating God's
mercy upon their sin stained souls, her
face was the face of an angel, the
most beautiful I ever saw."
As the speaker was about to re-
same bhi seat, be asked that there
might be three minute' perfect silence;
and then sat down. There w no
applause; bau we undertake to ay
that the address will have greater
eeotmdini more lives, than may a
eah ebeldtre t bth eeb o.
WhatJamniecaseed at the present
jantaurel asen 'of money and brain.
and manafanturies but what she
mut have, ifi her alva n n j4 the
lWesetne, 4I to be effected, i at
least one man jI~ld with God's

St. Michael's, Kingston, looked very
pretty on Tuesday Ilth., when Mr.
W. J. 'horp, sub-Editor of the
Gteawer was married to MiM May
Maay. The decorations were ex-
treely tatefal and the musical
prt of the service, with Mr. C. B.
Digmum at the organ, left nothing
to be deired. Mr. J. H. MePhal,
uoele of tbe brid, led her to the
altar, and Mrs. Masy, her mother
"ae her away. The bridesmaids,
fur in nmubBer, were sl a and
cosaina of the bride. They were
daintily and prettily attired. The
bride looked veqr eharmig i a gown
of white silk, trimmed with arepe
de bene and pearls. She wore a low-
iol veiL. Mr. Donald Perklas war
beatman. There was a large attend-
Caef htbe f Uead fthebride and
bridegroom to witness the ceremony.
A reception at Mrs. Maseys rea-
danes was followed by the deputure
of Mr. and M` Thorp topped the
honeymoon at Chester Val e

Mr, Kellogg*
.As we briefly mention elsewhere,
Mr. Kellogg iill give one of Ahbs ne'
lecture reeitals at the Theatre
Royal on Tuesday the 18th. It be-
gins at&8J p.m., tickets .. 6d. and
1 I i_ h b__< ld^ b1^_ .

,min 't 'aia"utifu; an it is ..unique.
His wabling is. a birth n git, and ho
perfect is this expention that he can
honestly be said not to imitae bird
a.u ahd calls hut to actually repro-
dre them, His vocalisativun oovers
the prodipIoas range :of %.octaver.
He is so perfect in hiq production ul
notes that.he cna call bitr to him
in the forest and a it even talk to
t Vi. I W 4erful powar' rAwn
b! the fact of has-possmrag vibra-
tory tones from -A4 per second to'





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Supplement to the Jamaica Times.

Sir Alfred Jboei, K.C.M.G.,,. the
Head of Elder Dompster and the
Originator of the Direct Line, sails
to-day from Bristol for Jamaica.
Several prominent gentlemen specially
interested in West Indian trade, ac-
company him.

Stony Hill Notes.
War correspondent reports ao inter-
esting J. U. T. meetil which disus.-
ed the recent ehalm in Code, Ar.
*tiele 144 and 116 w pirit.
He speaks mot kindly of Mis
MeDonald who after brief service at
the Post Offie leaves with the good
wishes of all. Our correspondent'
interesting notesare held over under
extreme prepare.

Working for the West End.

The mission work of St. Andrew's
Kirk i. the neglected Kingston, West
End, continues and. progreeses. The
Rev. J. Hunter, d.A., conducts ser-
vice at the Mission to-morrow. On
Wednesday. 19th, there is at the
same place a Magio Lantern enter-
tainment. The Rev. G. O. Heath will
Direct it and ins subject of illnstra-
tion will be The Reformation." The
time is7 p.m. and tickets which are
free to adherents of the MissioS are 3d.
to others.

We regret that our Query Column
has been crowded out.
There is a suggestion afoot to get
up a team ofld eoekriters aamon
whom we may memtin Messrs Pear.e.
Lynch, ElIis, Bodgersa and iaughton
to try a scratch match with the Eng-

Wie Taps
Tbe Bishop of Pretoria is dead.
Maroni's ife is insured for 150,000.
General Gomes of Cuba is visiting
San Domingo. He believes in close
commercial relationship between Cuba
and the Stazea.
It is said the Boer delegates in
Europe will themselves try to get
leave to go on a peace mission to
The Lord Mayor of London in re-
oeiving Mr. Chamberlain at the City
on Thursday referred specially to Wesa
SIdis Commeral interests. .-
SThe Trety with Japan is generally
approved of in Britain.
A new House of Commoas rule,
panert by ,2C to 168, reqaures a pus
peaded member to apologies to the

STheUnited Stte proposes to elect
Senators by popular votes.
Reach imports and exports in Jan.
u dry deared.
STie Russian town of Shanaki has
been destroyed by an earthquake.

The Gasette anhounees the' follow
Ing as impounded; at Blue Mountain
Valley, Dec. 20, white she am. clink
ears: Spanish Town white she ass,
Slet. Fel Bay Poay, R. H. ou right
buttock, Feb. 3rd ; brown she mule,
Feb. 3S..;: white she am Feb. 4th.
Lowland, W. T. ; 3rd. Feb.; large
dArk bay pony, cat tail and mane,
stripped hips. May Pen, Jaty. 28th.
monse colour entire ass, ieft foot dia-
SablM Limated, Jauy. 10th, gray mare
sear ~f bMp, rith: follower. Green
.Islnd, 135h January, mrume colour

Special Mention,
afield Rlhooln at Parm,,


added one more mark this inspee
tion, and has earned a pIlesing report
flonu the Inspector. The numbers in
crease daily. For January the aver-
age wan 124.
The Young Msn's Guild bad anther
very successful evening on Tuesday.
The Governor's speech to the Coun-
cil was discussed. Tio debate will be
resumed on the 25th. On the 18th
there is a debate on Shorthand.
The Pitman side" is taken by Mr.
W. Drie (EditorJAMACA T lMKS)
and the Graham sde" by Mr. J. G.
The St. George's Church Sale of
Work fom 4 p.m. to 10 on Monday
was osucceMf. The prettily decor
-ted stalls did a good business, and an
action sale managed by Major Gruclhy
in his uid l genial ad nappy style
finished off those articles tLat had so
far gone unsod.
t. Mary's Board wwats a. Market
Clik 4(AetUtto Bay at 52. Apply
befQre the 27tb.

vot yet known. But on her present
chie.emenent .and her slhooi rcond
i baa rara amtl n. r AaMn.t mJl-an.i


61. We know one-t' dea, as a him-
smoke, him 'pit, an' whet him wiLtle
.,iA n. I -L La... J. .----


4- Mrs. &ul t eI.6mLfh' I L-a 4-1doirfinL won Fe e r I ood o 3fl I --en 21 LJin k .- -

InsLitute on Thursday nih t on
Songs and Song Writers was a
brilliant success. Major loxburgb
presided and to the charm of the
lecturer's admirably clear and cul-
tured style of speaking was added
the attraction of song rendered by
some of our most distinguished ama-
teurs including Miss Maynier, Miss
Soutar, Mine Ford andMr. deMontag
The Spanish Town Conoert on
Tuesday was quite a musical event
including as it did numbers from the
Hon. V. G. Bell, Mr. deMonaagoae
Miss Mkyaier, Dr. Neish and Mr.
AmoLO CArOLIC.-Too late for
this isue. Next week.

It is with plestre that we refer
to the fact of the success in the
recent Cambridge Higher Examine.
tion of ta o dsaghten of Jamuiea, Mis
M. L. Hannan and Mis W. E Saun-
ders, both of Wolmer's. The Higher
Locals are held at the same time as
the Prelim. Junior and Senior, but as
comparatively few take them
results are got through speedily and
thus we have the results of the one
*o.-"e time before the other. 90
candidates entered for the Exam.
this year. Three on the pass lists are
Colonials, two from Jamaica and one
from Barbados, Mis Field. Miss
liannan'e sucee is particularly
brilliant, and isW happy one in view
,f the fact that her father, Mr. W.
B. Hlanaan, was one of those who
did a public duty -a a qi on the
re-organisation of Wolmer some
ye ago. fHe entered his girls then,
setting a good example at a time
when Wolmer's was somewhat des.
piasd thd upper School." Mis
rannan passd irst in entering, and
it is her remarkable record that she
amaintalnedheri rat iqht lng,a -year
after year th school rose in its stand-
rd and an numbers. To be Brst among
eleven girls, the number at the start,
ia e tehlieg tobe iest &f outa g7i
ias Mis anoan b has bee saother.
'It is not qnite certain what her
position is among the pam in
the fHigher Cambridge ; but it os
well ap certainly among the first
three. Miss fapan, passed in Olas
I in the Group B., Lannage satisfy.
iog the examiners ia Li'ti and
Prenchi. What maken .the latter faet
all. the tore creditable is that the
book for the Freneh coarse were not
in the hanns of students here till
six weeks before the examination
came on. In Group C., Miss tannan

be RsR. honix rarnt, ItM Ml n. nav won uneug cons inm Ainlmeic And
mar3, white on forehead, two hind satisfied rhe examiners in Mathemat
fetlocks white. ialvey. Jan. 20th, ice ; her Clas* here is 2. Two other
hay fily, -white *, forehead: Jan. other rire. Mi Phillipe of- Bath,
90th ; yong bay entire, slight white lpgland,. i Md Mt Seswion of New.
on forehead, long. mane 'and tail; castle, 8tafi England, have the same
also browWhe 9 4ml*; i bay Ally. Old olas in Groups B. and-C. Neither
Harbour, 25thJany. she asm, marked, however won dttleesae as, though
2D otr lft shoulder thiey-p"aed to Germa. Mtea HR~ .
The Dalvey ip mpndmenea should nan went La for the London Mtrle
be specially notice. this January. Reisultt are of coarse

a-- -W 6 W %RV -O-.-e -u-- mlsam* V r-
i. ti ded, poor soul, an' de country." Where one same is given the preacb-
"Berty well," ses I, "as you wants I er is for morning and evening.
to go, I gOin' 'top fe 'pte you, but Where two names appear, tne first
notwithstanding neberdeless I will ha is the morning preacher, the second
to turn acoratspondence fe de JAMAICA the evening.
Timas, an' larn de edditer business." Several hurehes have at 3.30 p.m.
Yes sir I but befo' I goes too deep, I service.
would like fe question de answer, who ANGLICAN.
is me is? PARISH CHUaCH-Rev. W. Boyd,
Mr. Editor, Sir, I is oneo'de most M.A.; Rev. J L Ramson, M.A,
exquifibuous nayouug men libin' tnna St. GEOBGs--Canon Kilburn.
de town o' Green Island so long dat de St. JosPHa's, Grove-Las Reader.
morass pon one side an' tie riber 'pon ST. MICHAELS-Rev. R. G. Am-
de odder no tell me one tiug. Epiimia broae.
as I is oe 0o' de mouse prrmnisin' lde- ST. MATrEmws-Rev. R. W. Smith;
widuals a de community o' Green Is- Rev C. Coles, M.A,
land soenrei And, o' course, she AL. SAllrT--Communionu at 7.30
orter no I .y protessin is a plat r a.m.-Rev. & 0. Om rby.
an' chicken uiser during' de week, an' ST. PAUL'S-Rev. C. Qi.ColesM.l
local preai br ebery odder Sunday. I Rev. R W. Smith
aome a toa areddy, ua' I amber 8T. Bao a AG-Mr. F.T. G. Trem-
Ray town41Sttoe street an' ay lettit Mr. 4 .IL SmPthe
Peo. I 'tree mo~ ith ia de o:d T. MAKa-4 ppied ; Mr. W. D.
Moo bewdL.M 'pile de teachment by Towneley.
depnaess, a' de masam deIm tk up to T w.-ALNt-Mr. A B. Smythe
waste demtiae playlb g -Wjer. When 8ev. R. 'ThoL pen.
I catch iek at Geessaund, I say,. re TTAN.
tnk mas a I a' tell sl'de people 8T. A*DrWn 'Ki -r-Rev. J. nIn-
de',, I dBt come fro de Mi M.A.
V ir, I g.b1 tek pon meself fe sen'
you all de ews ftro we town-you R-er W. Graham
can eratch out hat is btilio --a' R
when de year up I will sen' in guy ST. PAULS-R3v. Davidson, M.A.
'count against whichin you will receipt ST. JoHuS-Rev. t R Brathwaite.
wid pleasure, I do belcbe. BAPTIST.
Dere is not much news 'bout yer EASrT QVKN ST. -Rev. W Pratt,
till next month, as Judge Cal er M.A.
frngbten half o' de wicked people, an' R Aovm St.-Rev. A Bell,
sea de odder lalf to prtbim fe 36 days,. Bv1pa t hm. "s
e larn dem manners. Him is tryia' fs
doing' as muehbood di ead of do world .IPFRUl MTaBaS Ast St.-Bom.
as anyf mi tero' de gospe How- aI ev.. a .
someber, 4ham I hasehs got ay news B r O TRaoITr (Citholic)-Fathe-
fe en I will Sine fault md them a as a Grary; Fr. Broderiek
yoe some to ry m time to time. W arTAN.
Duar Mr. -di you panri OM--Rev. W. J. Maund; Rev, C.
mose inter aig- as eber I ha* do M. Clarki
preofee) ptejstre of writIa. IIt to W- r 'Gma Bay; RevR
chock full W' aws like' a be and,& J isat -.'.l..' .ml.a,
you baset p% to print samh big letter
ma sme part. fe help fill p likede8 SAL8ATl O AaR 11 Kng St.-
Glaswer. Ef you oly keep oein' Staff-Capaeia T aer. Speelal services.
Sas yoa ti gia' will catch where MBtANkw CROm HaovWer 8.-
yr beit *- l myguaeeie-* Dev.4ela Dh
is quits esxplietions for deie ac ea" CUOanIa CBUaWa, Dake 8tree.-
read between do liaes. v. & Itandall.
I n srrey read how fewe new
Roydal ag tk- wdde a Aes. Next Tlth aU 730 In
deot siaY I e races, but de St. George's eboom a Sda
horse raee-. sme auain Obedish on Shoaol Conferene will be addresse
memslater aide did always race him b abe Rev. J. W1. edeM.A who
'ackas ah Ngil beach b when Good waxpal e uMesk St. i
iday come tound an him neber oase *es o mit r4aused by Bihfr
teauca. Vo will has fo bet, an Oeis.
when yoa lowsr saute fe want double wI be, at "B ield,
de stakes. We picked ma ded, Westaorelad, ia the o tter .aat
piokry goh a o I MarB.
We bI u 'boat de Poor Hoase, The W. OGrahab'sut o eto-
I *blige ife s tear, becasen I see; momrn will be of
see 1, of I did ekBEpigiina's adbibfe r t)olit.
go ah Kiogetou fe ten edditer th The Scetbh irk ba ore
me might, a atch an' hab ofe lib pone Coaon a Wedadeilra. utIh m-

sixpence wuth V sun ting do wholq
week, an no physi anor abocklatt4
wid me tea b morning time. Green
Island an' oo k %tlt me better.
Don me rm hbow6 de Little aondcn
minister rite to Ie nay de towft4 ain
ter has a 'rite e 1moke dem blak pipi
-whtohta me Ih trow1ray da
J4eim aMssis smkI see Im plfwiase
b&K Miasmn, I.Ani* iiu r 'tw
deau oS, *a' dewaanrll Iood Dis

Admriupnl free~k, bjtil./hr
will aIlver pmtlottion,.
Thrbe v.. W. Bod. IA. Y oar
bu All Sslatsi Vduwm- L Zmdoe,
ut:wAitt tl: slnd, If iWM preah to-
wnorto at the, Parish Churh, viold.
Cnho ee rques~e1;. to him.

~caesiuidea DoWl~sflebe~~lsrth 8 ram.
~a4 3a)-#-. 5i315s LI ;-th54~-ads

* \

L..e j 3 1 IL- 9 14 11. E ,I a 11 ".! A & A., = Rtlims !l qw r ,TTJ,) f MIT ew 'ATI Ylfmwa

with her talented teaclherb k Bar-
lows, our warm and cordial praise.

Mr. -Editor-Sir to you Sir I has
much please e in introducin' meself to
you ertial obsarbation, bin' I to ap-
poiatia' myself one o' fe you 'pecial
correspomdease. Me an' fe me wife,
lE rma, was s$yin' to me, ses she
" Ma Tom, you dis want rite a lew
letter to do Kigston newpaper dem,
an you fortune made." "How you
mean ses L "Well," sea se, do big
word as ill up you mout ef yoe.onI
ca 'pll dea fe put dee oe paper, de
people will sure fe vote you away to
de Leglai be Council, an' on a Sunday
day you cn tOrn minister imaa some
0hbrch lilde tarra1" "1 will smes
you me, t,"wes she, "but I will n as fe
A- S- **

sweeL. All bout Deliger a how bhi
cut offSampson head. Dee is de ser-
m0n as mek a man feel eeouiragement
when Sunday come round, an' you go
Greea lm d U eburhb where dem uha
dese old-tie high back pew as is
going' out o' fashion.
Howsomebes', d paper is done, or I
was pi tell ye wlt de m seventb-
day exnvetis doing down dis side.
Epigeisa an ll family seas love,
hopm you is de same
MAs x Tom.
Green Island,
Ferbary th, 1902.

N.B -xseepting at Holy Trinity
and 8t. MiSeeI were the boar is
a.m., imorag service is at 11 am.


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Supplement to the Jamaica Times.
^ -. .- .'- = *- -- < *----
Her Grieaance, The Baptist Union Meetings';, 1 1s 2
A ready bfly mcti .ne. ,e Port Royal Mountain
in next weekat.r s gna 4 treei t iIrt -
!" plpel. Totid Abstiven e and the C'al&-
har meeangs take plaei on Tnuesday
,J andt Weneaday. Presiding will be the
ikevs. Mornan and Jamesa B.A. Speak.-
eru will be Rev,. Head, Chritse, Heo- -- WILLBE HELD ON THE -r-
derson and Webb. On Friday the re-
Wntrlog ChairBma 4 the Uuion, Itev.
S'. F. *cbobagr pWmelar; the, public H O PE G R O U N D S
seting follow presed Uverby the t(ear Papinp Corner'), .
byL. Or Re*si', mV :-O on Thursday, April 17th, 1902.
uanday ,Md praehem at IA lA. 0id ,
/7 p.W.' a. t Rews.ind f D raan Js wm for
SBA. The 1ev .' Tray Rind lougplin A-1f4
ae Mr i eetin ireLed Horsekind, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Do Ases Goat
*r7, .ove-. ,b 'i,,)et 1 be addmdm i ,rwd Cats, Fowls, Minor Products, rade exhibits, Flowen
41 want you to so r lp w a11 Mrpb M.hBI, Sbl_.
t. t4: Hmio5 I"tl w ln b s*O;~ Women'sWork, School-children's Exhibitse, Blacksmiths
4ftled the editor o" t5ij paper. 40, 04 WMAM46 00, =1y02&h the
ret only makes fra of my xpeeeb be e.r. T. O, 'omeW phe.i to Young Tailors' and Carpenters' Work, etc., etc.
Moe the sutrage convenotlo, b"ht b hple. The pbhe asrtgn ton
inM-baS the mAeto rlcl ni 9 **e*d t 1oW.- mtin io o &C 8md Y t A"rt.l.
umer"--New-ml Thre iiiC e tile 314. ati
4 Mew. anry sad Hew1itt on a a
rtler a oPUm9 eIImeeC j beginatl p.m. There
*ip. S hlle IaMo d bs the Admission to the Grand Stand ...1/- Chilren...6d.
te*,. G. i. ,,ladesolln ~ U1 For ENTRIANO FORMS an I PRIZE LIST
day 20tbh,Saturday 22nd, 'Bulnday rd
S and Monday 24th at 46.0S .U. Ap'y to JOHN BARCLAY, 4, Port R)tyal itrcet, Kingstoi
Scr to CHA8. L. A. RENNALL8, l ivis Ba, k P.O.
Cricket. -I
J The English cricketers made 3CO in All Keen Judges TR
their first inning .yesterday ega;nst Id Tt i 1 TI
"All Jamaica, "who scored 71 runs who have compared the
far 4 ticket, up to.the eal of time. values obtainable in AA u
vim are agreed that thpes goods
.-- ,; i.ca n be purchased nmore l
IM.- cWC 7 cheaply or

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_______ Liberal tliemeL Poltoldes in .than aDywhere else. If you
asit l I. ear so liability. Prompt payment. are interested, send for AT
-a-t- ti Jamisa MiLkoN, samples, giving some idea E 110I5 fW HELP
........... .. AQ-U-_ &ipnto as to your requirements.


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Priced artlole they are getting the
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All- ker. True aooonomy oonstols In
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theaifore got more strength arnd
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