Jamaica times
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Title: Jamaica times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: March 8, 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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Holding Location: National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) ( SOBEK page | external link )
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 28831784
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System ID: UF00085573:00021

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g ou at ma eight and y dow s&a
awl ai, ith Starlight to u:e tshm,
sad a ligbt ixed here sud huft t s he
tiek ik plaes.- All sort and oon.
diems ofren and tobogguw Sre to
be sees, for 'tis a public park sad optn
to everyone, from dainty damsels in
their tailor made and furs on,
the latest from town, down Al.rnugb
various stags to the ragged hitle
urchin in
boa to wtubh bhe,hb Ae4 a mcople of
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Ahe ipTuoreS L ater&, &M saver.'
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l-iekm is s A ti,, Le jce

wo uostate Wsbwaly pre-
w the memler U"Lenis bwr
%ue ysshow*ee
'~ha meria" swamgeuto mun to
ezdmuelAmeriemf xlkbiwlem a

Ciromatiou. The nsl 4TvAAWr
Cvfioom-m'alminatuaimston Chursh.

hill and 8Mr Henry Irviag.
Port Royal Agricultural.

for ame irat do&~stiotidir~
PW valJle ~bids1Vide
Ws remarkable, and'15 nil. is ex-UA
-.mt.. e'rbemx d.tbIft. *9 *I.I ci ~.rmfm~Ia

itE retmarkable, no two beino alike
' he iriattes was ai e of t;be main objects
Sthe ensing, and some of tihe
bhet hybrids have smooth leaves.
The vlnashole hybrid will be propa-
gaed as rapidly as possible and est.
oe more thoroughly, bat will require
several years to secure flees
stook to allow of distribting
plants to gm wwr A number of the
hybrid Wave not yet s ruiied and
It iaprobMe tha. other vablaiee
*ore may he eeeored from theSe,
Bahama Od Hrgponges.
Tie weW mmuest e% oa" been slw
to take mewarM aain"t the Ameri-
ean traders eon the abanm sponwe
poab An Ameariea peper say:-
several vsaels from Key West have
oently been captured in the Bahama
da gathria sponge on British
osfiej -ieagd it ad disposiawi
of it a. Florida spogeas. They will
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omort ad if found guilty we hope
will receive very severe punishment,
pS only for violating the 8th oen-
Maoadmet. Florida spongesI are
more valuable than those of tlhe
in a **, .e < + t

On April 17th Tharsday,-nthe above Bahamas, ann seing te *later nere
Branch Society will hold its scoond to caloulated (when the frand is disoov-
Show. The Grounds at Hope will again ered) to do irreparable harm.
be employed, and the managemenL The vessels complained of will be
will have the experience gained last fined for illegal acts committed against
year toenable it to avoid some difficul- the laws of the United States, which
ties then encountered. The Grounds will be the mean- of preventing future
rewell placed for Kingstonians, as depredations in the Bahamas."
he Oars take visitors to thp very ..ge m. u .
tries and applies s for sce umquat.
uat be made before April 3rd to Ar. -n
SBarlay1 Mr Cba. L. A. A NEW ORANGE&
Reasailswho b the Seretary and .-
whmse addresla Mfis Sank. The A new orange has jumped iato New
mw i i~ t lMek. PAWss -York .-po laty all of asudda., he
for MiAra Tridetm.will be plM on UtbeO Kumqua, a t, a ,le a?
eremaId the 'ame day. as the iW.. Ik a ph-s0 dami ieMaM,
Tpo *ahoald be mi lif uotd' it askiT. Theya me d for garihingl
ins uaample, other aight and for ad, an tb they a pre-
olleow. A small atW. dei ash d a red and nmdi y,-m YWw P
a with *6 m re- tumn 10 aorm i a r a&mo tpm e oMlfr hb
=ofadmeara tore t thea al. aqnatathere, save to g r tiu-a ,
je week. Qa4te 6a nuber of afses l it &some of the caters took them
are guped under min n preerves as alad relishes, am ose awella I"
A prim W tffred to n uhildres ad t t= and now any quatliy of them
l yemaru fr a mnp of Jamaica (sise are sId.
2 a s .The Kumquat is a native of South-
We wilt refer to other features of eop China sand form, a large bhmb or
the-Show in feature issues. saan tree when grown on its own
--- r.ta in a locality free from frost. It,
A niig of the Show. O.uauuttee- x entoaively ealivated ia Jcpon -9*
o the h rw Royal Mo atain Agri has lately bee planted in nonsidermible
,hnl 7d bem4tjl "I t he Show qastuity in Flordla and California.
ttdae httth iaetio. The little fn are mmueb lpried for
.Thm, were pre S t Remv. C. G. peserving and are etuo fresh t-, a
Haredlek, T. f3eore,.Mser & lrgea exte t. A sweet gelasmous
W, oll Bm hit, layer st found between the sour eeo-
W Hto, (el Mansu, I tW.W tral pp Iand the thin. pleAtly
t*G,. Alex. DUa* Dr. 4warda, flatvou rind and form an agreeable
iad thl Seeret _,. eodamlnlatloa when h fruit tseasma
Thminutte *f last eetng e whole. Two varieties are s rtown, one
A -mad eosemin. M h1 4 hese. having round fruits and aom ewhiat
weV *manSM* tehr the matter of .h a tUorny branoboe, and the other pltn-
ut asl-s- MeNtQh the majority of shaped frait a ineh sla diameter and
-ihe member wrein favour: of ianap- 1i to s inohe long. TThe ren bea.r-
f The ater wp deferred nIag l bte oval or plnm-shaped fIM are
sonert "e ig wasa 4Mtomeat, shorleM For Anft=re
A r the lft %a_- oKum quats are raf o hon qRueo
s sia, emimen t at to (- rit Q umitl i b. _wairmr
1s11 011 for the MLitary dmapbly o them e &menae and t t aV= eedter
s day t he show. theosE ir8 whm grow o fi the .
A k-as gouies oMta g -o tre. eimW ow fedt
MeMra. J. W. mytteo. & A. hr asa aa ma
Holll,8 Broldm llau Rei T. P. to full mrW el ta
Oeorge, ad Dr 0 dnav a msder g t i 1-
Swai atas ,-ue the t and I..iW seR,.
mr wtrfab was tare *a m l l.^*t^^ .^
Mr.clark wato petated Chi btdti %r95ei man of the Show C n*e. A a.swe 4t( a deamorns fruit.
I. i.ir.- .r- '. .,-
waM w O lool afte, How They "Hustle."

Og*m uu

"Iotf itje trees Gannet Va.,but the affetotlae s very dilrent,!'
Flv~~afey,4!easb te ..Sditiof tlm t~btl -th
*Wk PftoE thSO 19!l9.4 b#._ WaM tfd
me ~~~of 4 ggbt g ma oe. r. ve
WWY largly uet out U highest Uid In Clusest SM21thme
ftwpeamatagsof them snad~t~ton of tbe .win fdwdbes fouP4
mae latedal-d beavij to be Mi the aus.-
"e hiom Pole to Pole.- Whean the cora-dee. a* fully
tw curses wte eavy l mature, anmd water s~atur the
peeiar ater willow, "ielk," most of which is retaned b~y the
Wes poesfrgsm live' to bfak, !therai bemoses mod hrough
a.~ ~an. favZONA A*st.gow h of various ln' stm
~Asdleeming &a"belm i ewhen loss". ceur fcmthis
f0L Tbb #toomphe itectoo. At "asimet will be found'
lMP id the beg, tonly the smWalned of Sh t-Owwil
modm'l. Ibm sbeoke.Imig *Wbe tf.W6 ~ idolEas
pI* ham% ito maeNeu Wm tltgboe& It. inIsmew htalv
-- VY. ib~~ss ~e~ s.h
~t ~rillss.ON1 mold oftby bgu.WO
6t Frt~aws produce eu MOPA"W th(batis
0 rrl.)o .l- swam" ofIddk
IuN Ji *U WAY. ilvr qted;aa~~ r
dupal pobem .with
aeo mlsis te k0010-eam w~e ewi
"M sfueitd.Juswb"- jm 'jon ll the si the
~er miture f pla regg"Tsan, aetepe Ifima
fOOW* f ~UU VI 4'of Ph" ad brakhnrowsepa U sw

a penn o rsome *peal tu an d throweet m .
oion lea Ufs iru s am. ]IMi-n.o- i .to
Ore? 4sauh3*. of WtOm O direo Sah animals they adyM. at a
bidw'* go Ie ean Mwnetavae gart ZAa pial *mimi Idl
frber dbach iudi ldua oblest ; the eye 'If rtmd i
i he m s pupil dilated; the ensemisiv-
be asD-i a certain ezneut by out- mN it etreie d aY
side ezp ras.extremeadepeoey
To the airy : Which is the follow. The animals during the early
best all fertile No sts ar e usually dangers sd
best alrlmro. fertilizer"? No re8dy should be handled witb oare.
answer maybe given ; in fact., mouths The c.,urse of the disease is Un-
and even years, may be required to y veryslow, and whenthe ani
airive results to gives mal is not allowed to injme itself
atiaf 1.A Plauter growr thre" violent msaifetaions, it
a sreof ad harvest but te willlive for several day. In mild
ob .'el. yield moay e .due Ms the Mumni, wiU n lo-
S-a-- several edit...o >, T qrrq e-..t -tisi it -t
s AiW in.bbe we ms em~ap eton is
'. p.Goeves hro te moi w u Vinasatalt
ts a" r a60.as A-6. mod dOesot --n T.y ". sA
p tah ts- .t Alter-r ip 5*yew

bae. a m.totfmo wybe a suAe oee

tShe S t is, atp sen no knows.meki by
the ttI may wbthis mM am Y lI*
te .I ^ athe re glate. I t7 i h be haruas, anwd *bw
h e YlDamesgreeest a Ir. .is aeeted with .t, to et oe
So^ Whr o 'many food for horses is attended with*great
conditions IbOL,~e the farmer

o' i his ee- e its require.
om'l Uatmk every
large ando emeq b g ij r
ac. e i?2ly be in"s yot onesel; nver UItate.

modIsBa SiedS mAnet wit he w emmlai do ve w
the 'be mean"a whole hifo's. t*Iablea wVbAea

Dl Pinl onya s i ieR19, if ak- r 1 em
SiV6 s unXE >" al. B o-a
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m CeUM 004m tb a prunqsd
MboftstAA pA~p f.what Irlo-V
S. Oe ,, ourwtb of aft- v* dm..Iugis

dalo, one4llth funf etmus 4tqas'li f
Namee forMi wbbt ftbtMic?
8'One-.*retth kW 0.tunID, 400e40ftt
do corn, Go'm*-lowt Of pet, ~0et
4Ccabbage. oRW4PA~ of croone-
fifth of oualo fore vdmat well known
4. One-11fth of bread, one-fourth of
wup, one-sixth of a jumble. one-sev-
oath of pudding, one-third of barn, one-
dgbtb of Mlince pie, one-sventb of sau-
sage. -one-fourth of taut form what ar-
We of food?

Is ft thebbw rateof wwrm 7N.

006 Itau~e 4an UKi 2 pb

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nsl-Wosnaa, womap. did an
as toi o mseym

..L 'a. pijsa eaday ae
mia. -vau 8 lpesoar 6I
Ing-Jobhn. there Is only a quart of
gaotlIne In the house. e m st either
sacrBife breakfast or the automobile
did4 Whchb. absh It be?

Prow the uas-eo-a iv33t17Is the

JOROW1111; emimors
I. Growtog quickly. I. The teblam-
tion Of *inytbihg &S.mmty mom ad
Sune morning. 4. NetUulty. S & t
titul gaideq. 6. A %v-try OOsm s* S w
ning W1ith solntm'e~mt i great wrik -,-1T
Married.- & To perceive. 0. The &~
mgle of a aweful. ailum&'19a Islt OWe
or bad?
So.. ...-m..
Is natir dmVoe" Pat" wev stra
Whew by mv *vt r~bekL
Andisw ax~tw HW.4ra,

Sometun"me iy Wesei Puy be gust
WbleftriyaW Wic gtdebf'SWW41d,
It Canzuot be my sphI4

Nabootb-A aportbelonging to flag

Didactic-A 01ountan niibbs 6'A*
ef Cand~v
Declare-A county In Ireland.
Her Little Ben.
Mary had a little hen:
'Twas femnininh and queer:
It laid like smoke when eggs were*oAm&
rut stopped when eggs were dem

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[March8.] JJAMAICA

JAPAN. Spalding Post Office.
OUR NEW ALLY; Mr. Hl. T. Cambridge was quite
-- right, :n making the efforts lhe did to
The following faets about the me- ty.. ani aut !Spalding Post Offiec ie
ally of England will interest our read- opened. We are please t herr' it is
ers. She has just now a special Corn paying its wiy nicely: For the r t
mispioner Mr. KAnsaki in Europe three week it. raised 12. It was'a
working up exhibits for the show penetaity this office and not i lnxxury,
to come off at Osaka next year.
These Shows are held every five years;
but a special effort is being made to C ESS8 AND DRAUGHTS.
get l',rge exhibits of Europeaa na
thinery for this one. There isa tbi Solution# to the Chejs and "Braught *
demand in Japan for the newest kinds problems are Invited, and will be duly
of sugar relining, dredging and electric acknowledged if received within the
cal machinery, and lso ,for water following. week.
w # fitting et.
W strength of the mard and mill- Ches Problem No. 67.
tary forces of Japan is
BATTLra IPSs 11 SLACK (Four Pieces).
CVuISsas r -30
ToEEDO 7 6Vk W8 so-
PKiaoNsLt..-Aboat 25,o00 **er
and men. *
Total haA,I6s. U, -
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boxes, iifld. (56 19119d j) A OeachWith lUn MaarCtzo8

Sd Evn t-Oyah~x

five first-class battleship, six first-
class crqiwrs, seven second elass
cruisers, and a host ot small craft.

We direct attention to the fact
that the Misses MacFadyen Smith
are prepared to give musir, lessons at
their own or pupils' residence. These
young ladies are well known as being
possessed of marked musical ability
and werecommend them to the notice
of those desniring to learn m&e. Their
address is 8 Bt Avenue, Kingston

Norwich Potland.

Miss Doyly' wedding was fixed for
Thbirday 6th iat. The. Doiey', ae
a big haft adlt %, x d~ that the
l'wich now has a ,evea Day Ad-
vestist, God bIs himn, but nay hit
boldness never reach preaching to u
the absurd doctrine of which "Mass
* Tori" made mention.
On "Wednesday Mr. Plant paid a
visit to the schools. He came to test
competitors in reading, and to award
prje Two divisionS-co77* prMl
ara 6th, 4i1 and standard a
olprof thsa2nd 1st et. were tested.
Jamaw KelMo of the former add
Prim tHenry of the latter won the
ae We ae thkful to Mr.
a beue koind a friend of
Sir Alfrevd p dd Shcoah Norwich
alo toMr.Cor pl'aft BWalk.
Mes, -kaed r .no Iphei. O.
she aIif s gltm sna, be
'aventi.I .eyt the shi3ira who

'm ertmAU7 s services
)weremedad8ot by She RBev.
r. cttf ImIt Suaday. O.
SM t lgt thwe ekeetint we held.
r P toeideds l asad aotitel l to e
i-s to MiMses Goswest, Gramt,
oatsas, Curtis and Derby, also
Meemrs Cauti and T. Urat for regs
IkrT atduiom
In tre C. B. Soomsoy. the ladies of
the r P 0wer ovmmita e desrve muoh
for their fre-umnt vit and
Sritntie of flowers to the wuk. A
Sar *f. Bongsa will come off in
Bsmfw week.
Agrehaltartes have mofte to quit
WhtehalL Where a we ato ga. land
to eletivate? The outlook is seruba.
Rowes i ooartring on the road eo
s .aight. The rural polieeman
The Day Schoo i fl swing.
tvu.w.As *ail sMeM_ often nd tlsa1 n

WHITE (Seven Pieces).
White to play and mate in 2 moves.
Draughts Problem No. 67.

White to move and dra.


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2. Q to 2 4tkMMt&
i KtteK~tb, PtskesP
I K% to K 4h, Pto 2Ub,
2. Q to 9 204, ats.
Neck 4. 6,-SI, W2L ,1W ISOIL,0
Whif: 6. 9. 14,,'115,IU, t".411.

1 $0 1 Gll.2016 12112 3
514 1115-4 291 -0 W win%.
ver est mslatlemWea hasshue. rinevi
to problems UfromIX Y. L ft An-
drwv; L11. ILB&mAd A. N.Staut (Fal

Mr. W. Menm.'li Walsout and Mr.
C. L Watson of E.Iaclaws- seatoneft
anuwmn to last week's p=%la Fs---e
thesualb dty that kbey appewaL NrCa
rses savers also Dmm frees Mr. J. L.
D'O!yl Snow Hill. StL sr-m*
Lt LA. Rie-h~tb A 02s. 04"Dus j

lML atbhat they have removed their Ram., Wine and General Spirit Do-
partments ( frote this date
15- 1rKrM IsF VaK 1o00,
to the morb commodious and central premises, sitaste
No0 9#, EAR30VR 3STR ET, .
extending through to Port Royal Street, where they trust to meet the same
very Liberal Patronage which has always been extended to them all these maWy
years by trlders and consumers in the Metropolis and throughout the lasamd
generally, and they embra-e this opportunity of expressing their hearty appre-
ciation and bet hanks. It will not necessitate any special Scouting to.di
cover their ew EneAmpment," for on Harbour Street there will be found-
The and Navy to the right of them ; The oetropolitaa Cuatld
lnheft of them. and the Bank of Nova Stuon Pat~
at the back of th-en.
SThere r be no edwealt for them to "Volley anThides few
their weaspoiir s of omereial warfare, vii., courtesy, d s
prone with uick despiatheb to their patrons' com Low
,the impre~a ,,he l ,srE Assi, .
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0 J4AM41CA TIMES8 _______ *"____
?lend X soi"i -c art a'n D aiv dpWer w h t',ftl hat b s -m-e
S... a have been xpeted t ap pon hmn sloe. be left hemr. 10 Inb
Saut splau aUn follow It rigidly.-> quite himself again he says, the Gamae
S |aoide pituia, with her c an-n that be was lewore--lrfore-OweL, I
K O -atracted s attentlo--agmnws y7u know how Madge treated hbm. It
0o .o' T Bla Tl at the town. artiWtic ttle da'm s *t .e I know," Mrs. Boxley slghed.
y D I-L ab dwet a -py "They were both to blame; but I do
c yri at su peetng people, beant pre- think, dear, that your sister was more
copr 2h 9 91 by .. neuaets o *agle Uk the at fault than Tom. After the quarrel-
gof olaotoa6o1gaMoHo l K f we a on aedGoldby Iawn tas ~ a when be had left her, telling her that
Been sobbed for ffty years befot. It If she wished him to come to her again 3
In the first iace. Mrs. Boxl arug- was "ot altogether intentional Go her she should place a bouquet of roses In .
gled with herself prayerfaly for up- pert to produce arti ut effects; ;.he the landscape window-Madge might
ward of a week, apd ft ally, i ftral mply saw thws from the atbj* have saved 4herelf and him much so-
mortals usually do, crn b e beNer gM of view; there was no al row. It all rested with her ten. But KINGSTON.
judgment and -ae tflum t. In n aur a Upon heroes rie would not give In, And the roMes
the second plawce-anld this r a e. Thus it aiM t w la that p am we bot placed In the window, and
quence-she took the iSay wh0 ate'. mt et i a p.a B r Tom went away never to return,
had been boartagAr the amfoa t iga a pes ftirbv'_ -me It was more than two Yeats ago, -
buying ChristmV w ousatW Ar a er -ijnt Ark au prai.r S Sr sal-and I am ao glad! What else .
band and family a"t psrcm H W1 pVlis 0@i t'8 --me ou lsatth Goes be say, dear?-
It a camera. Afterward she oeibpi paqpn a the. y wyaM, p i Mr. Boxley slowly unfolded the let-
her coniefence by the ntm S 1t te s.e to ca over sw e y tar. "He says," he replied, "thpt in the I I XA P A W
vows Internal. aust take a Wnap at their ous or picture-the picture of the house In
SWf tld berelf Weriousli ae tshe-tiMr a wWr s, that .md th T6ar beeook, beasa blesw tti-he oticesft -
would give none but photorap whi blts she undsteoo a bunch bf roses. They are In the RV SENDING-
to her friends. Shoe wv mafe a nd praeed to turn to pracU& landscape windoW, where he told
booklet for the girls-her ttmate as- count. She gathered from the Madge to place them. He thinks they
ocates before Mr. Boxley, had ap- bIng of thee friends that what mean that he will be welcome-and be
feared with his Uttle proposal. Bome of them most desired was a pbotff l is coming, that is' all. But do yo N EED LE-
at them were married now, as she to send to some one at Christmnas ; think, dear. that Madge was actuated
was; but others., poor things, Were not, a photograph, or a collection of %, 'by sentiment when she placed them
and she conceived the Idea of sending tographl If the price were not too 1 there, or did it just happen? Will she W OR K
to these unfortunates a collection of which would give Maud or Mnnie or -will she"-
pictures takoje in her own modest Marion an idea of the lovely itlage In "She will," said Mrs. Boxley with
home, exLibiting Mr. Boxley, in alip- which they lived, conviction. "She has been very miser-
pers and smoking jacket; witb the Then it was that Mrs. Boxtey, per- able; she told me so. But, dear. she To be done well and cheaply.
baby, sans vetement, juggling a cake ceiving the demand, set herself to work has not given in. Tom will come, and
et soap; the diblug room, with her upon the task of supplying It. -p she will think it is he who has taken
eat glass ad silver upon te board, dea was to cater to all the I st the Arl step toward reconciliation.
mad the baby In his high chatr sbak- one fell swoop. And the result They will be married, and then-an-
kg a spoon at his smiling father; the the famous "Blue Book," a then they will get over their foolish- QG fl ngi g lap t
Srben, with *s glistenlg r9s1, Atd of twenty photographs in blue flees, I hope."
Mte baby sitting up beside It warming mounted upon excellent paper; "he has not given In?" Mr. Box-
u tieayfeet, and-bema 4) aW I tfay-blue eeve and tied ied -W's eyesa -opened In afiaement.
dream In ..awlhqrwitt.. b. .haml atin ribbon. Thee. books ,Cl jSPMna't abo place ob ross in the wain- Help of any -s gladly reedied by
Mk cing and crowing .up the bed. It actually sold, at $81 for. each i'w A
teae offerings amus the techlets to The cal for them was such tht "No. dear." Mrs. Boxley gave utter- MBB. ADJUTANT NADEN,
twu green with envy, madS the btr, was unable to prepare gifts r nce to a nero little laugh, half a
ter. Most of them had eprnmed ese t own absent friends. She worked o. "Madge was not at home the day Warde.
nfets derogatory ti a- sC,, $0- -. toy atem aengIe (MB. LBouy's I took the picture, nd-and I placed
Married women Ithoutt prospect what satirical simile) to the very 'the roses in the window myself. And- -***
ones 0do. be ere-afrandmuvs, and the she edtwas I who sent Tom the boo"
As for the married me, a"he would -ecountes. Mr. Boxley whittled. Then he kissed
Sfotograp their several dwellings Rhe had hoped. even Iher m the artist and looked into her eyes. I' *
secretly and label the coll qon "Auld sanguine monientA,, to make no men "And to think," he said, "that I have-
Lang Syne" in gold ink. IKnd to the than $25 from the' venture-the price held your camera in contempt foK all
relatives she would bend dainty like- she had paid so guiltily for her cain4 these weeks: Consider me, dear, from
-asese of the 1'bf-, -zriti ag un aceh But the figures showed and she l'encefort) yonr 'moat humble servitor W .... ..r
. bert GreeDning oey, ape topuem -that precisely sixty-alne booti n ,I love," saldjMr. Boxley sweetly. &
aMntm weight twenty-two a*nd a alf been disposed of and that she haMd And then she danced away to the A i
Sdely become possessed of the kitemen, while Msr. Boxley took the baby
Weo things, I say, she purposed do- peadous am of $82.25, of whlel po his lap and mentally commented. 6 Church Street Kinson,
krg but none of them did she do pr was profit. er conscience -Ith much satlsfaction, upon the re- 16 Church Street, Kingston
S. hat iemAn>t Inthe ica lme mb l abce bone by the diminutive
Os.lglU celeiber. Mhekip t hies tr. -A in tria S
a bby raptrou ty, and, Mr. ow to Bozlee- __ _
L him also -d scattred teh a lt a eex rab y In La ldie Black Olace Court
Aown wh t4lrt front.? an our tthi a.s o Shoes, low heeh and
mt kfmt Mrbacon. Put to a king pan. pointed to ... ... 4/0
a cupful of water. cover with an- Adis Black c Court
S wit D had indule^dln .si until tender P- Shboes, low heels, and
,e Ik isad uum Jthe pan and baste frequently oit.ted toes ... ... 4/6
.S. ..ttatis tfula numt" er of wit* the following: Pour teaspoonfule Ladies' Black Glace Court
Stoo y vinegar, two of mustard. one Shoes, low heels, and
vt aattet.to'neuohtly errant or uay aelid jelly. at ump of pint toes ..P ... 5/
bys b+ a fallen into the it otf the sise of an egg. Whe Wtite Canvas Court Shoes 4/0
lag the solta half etb e *.d s. avory. serve on a hot d4sb White Canvas Lace Oxfoide 5/0
Because w e t that it was uot W Blaok Dull Kid Court Shoes 56
pa\tke with' his dgnity to Row to Uemi lab.. Black (Cashmere E. 8. Boots 80
\lNuhimaself like a boy who has come. '"eleet any kind of lah tiat to in aen Black Cashmere Oxford Shoes 5/0
jti a ^periodpof undeserved pu hmet e wie. sprinkle with salt and Ipep Cashmere Dress Shoes (2 bars) 4/0
Jo tavor ain I place in a wa, n greased broiler an White Kid, Court Shoes ... 7/0|
S"What has happened" he repen o l over a clan fire. Remove from Ditto ditto in Girls' sizes.
I* "Eighty-two dollars ntnl twenty the broiler, season wlit and ipwpper
e n ter'" apled his wife. witldraw On d brugb over with Ntfi bmter. eve -17 CASES-
.,k~e 6 /her arme- ftrom about hbl neck. +ith potatoes a la'nmtta. d'hoteL
^I+r lookAd at her wtth an, admirattee t p t a i tr d e
a etmid tot rTpress, and took fri .m Mew to make cruller. x
Sprocket a letter. Two teacups of sugar, one cup ot a m
V "It ia from Tom Elllot." he said ti milk. one-half cup of butter, juice of m An
m OLD ELM oN Ylt cownl zLw. explanation, dropping nlato a chair one orange, two teaspoonfuls of cram |l n ll t|lllI
Sely as she purpose& The ah to drawing her to his side. Re i. t tar, one of soda and two eggs beat- Hll 1111 I I
Sat Mrs. Boxley was p ae -aL-. ag back to spend the holidays, and ta ,aiI.l. M: With suelent o !,
artiste sene--a 1Iaayas be e so happy tha e cannot w ne l n tt) to roll.out. 8. LU Jo(Cpt.

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140M IPfMlP n ap incentive for increased drlece irns want more women help. This A A
Uel andn f"f, wand f whbed te putll teacher o wll d (if carried) to lessee
r,[Tch. a.nd fertn& of Education himself (herself) interested and worka-ae number of A. W.T., wheb will be A U
rs cto^ ti c faithfully be (she) should be rewarded uite desirable. Of eight teachers
,,,. We sall of .fadto in1-t h- nprofortwonatll. It is far b:tt for n soe0 preente, who were mnptre of
am.es and address of Teat er the pupil who means to spo to college to schools with A.W.T., but one would,
lant of chool, and we ask Maof agersi work as a pupil te.aoer at a reduced keep that assistant if the proposed
to acquail. u.. ui, va. nciesk. 1 py. getting all the benolits from the changes were made.
Svacanc. eachng in school, than to study at .- A very interesting discussion was il l ll
JAMAICA UNION OF. TBAC HER1S. home. In staying at home the mea ms.ext opened by theColenel withrbapect 46, KING STREET, 46.
.. for tuition must be taken into con to those children, who, on arriving at -
ThE P,, IL TEACH.,,,,,R SST. aideraLion and also the great los of 14 years of W desire to continue their .bo-.e.. h
THE PUPIL TEACHER SYSTEM. P0T e Airya are l age Maire t0ag
Sforic Time) that o ald be picked up in zhe 4destrial and seiae life. Be thought otheu* Ablab 3 It
Sfor the Ja a Tim.) course of the term. It is very uu- *good pla was toet she parents --
likely that the pupil who studies at iterested, and so impress on them J. 1f CLX 1 AID UHH Oflt.IlEl
ANY in Jamai- ho1 e to pass examination, to go tol*e necessity t giving their children
cIa beides the college and who enters, will make a 4#loted time for "reviewing and prae- M A 3l R,
Pup p il s have good teacher in the end; for it must oing school work and have the facts V, rr.J.nr Xv, Er,.
p. benefitedby be borne in mind that teaching ip an arqt in school moredeeply inmpressed AMfU ACM JEW iM c.
the PupilTeach- art that canootbe learnt from books. on their minds." After which aLeading House in the Island for
era Examination The only way to beoome a good etig with the teacher could bear Te Leang Ho in the Island for
,System. For the test er s to work as a pupil tooer for, help given, avd education tie repaig at Watches, Clocks,
pa pst 20odd yearsiln a good school under a gwd teacher mtariedon after school. Several spoke Chronometer, eBaromieters, Electricalp
|- f M !every person who and finaly the development will be ome in favour of, and some against A pirates, Type-wte, Phonograph
ent-< atered a apparent The Colonel wai eheefal *fc 11Pkis, and Mieal loIartea-
j L training eollegel (To be Concluded.) success. It wuas a thing to be tried. mentof all kinda. .Mm or Quarter
has had to P&" r I ^B this examination NORTH MANCHESTER. i T E PAurt sirnT]KTKD. other i ienous Stonet. Worklanhip
either as a pupil .. .oee who tried and failed should not and f Rnish unsurpa sed.
[ teacher direct or COL. HICKS ADDREKS. i discouraged. Try again. Work Wedding Rings made to order ua
as a volunteer. n was not work lost. While the enramved ree ot charge.
Of all the at- The annual meeting was held at 4rt lasted, something was acconm- Prompt attention to conutry orders.
tempts made to Mizpah. There were present : Presi- Iished. It was much better to at Al work done on the Establishment
assistelementary education, tihe pupil dent Baily in the chair, Messrs. tempt things than do nothing. The is iupeiintended personally and gas-
teachers system stands first. It ia the Swaby, Cambridge, L"slie, ELsP, Col. and Mrs. Hicks were bbthl thank- ranteed by C. C. MASSLY.
duly means by which the poor boy or Flenming, Robinson, Lewieun Grant. ed for their kind interest in, and attend .re Leading and best Watch maker
girl can obtain education a bit re- Virtue, Bygrave, Misses Wilsinm, tin towards the Association. They in te Island.
moved ronm hobe ordinary day school Locke, Richards, Davey, and Colonel both replied in fitting tersn.y Apprentices taken.
system; andas the chances of success and Mrs. Hicks. The election .of officers showed C. C. MASSKY, Manager.
are practically easy those who work Tile Association lost through resig W. F. Baily re elected President,
faithfully and study hard are sure to nation, Messrs. Lansden and Dell, 1W. C. Leslie, V. President, Mr.
succeed. Within recent years a num- bet gains Messrs. Virtue and Grant, A. Robinson Treasurer. Miss Law- .I
ber of the better of such pupils have their respective successors. a Librarian and Mr. T. 8. Phillips d Afl U'lafAI
succeeded well as teachers in the ele. The Presidenta annual address W'ais with Mr. L. R. Flemming U, T l" n
entary schools several working on characterized by its usual healthy,` j t angt Secretary.
until they had made themselves fully vigorous tone. The Association opens r. Bottenshaw is t- addre, the 1' U IllCiU.U UUsI JIi
qualified for the important post they tUe year with some hesitation and not connected with the Associa. STABLIA [JI 1.87
Kd-to -ilL We < t however tta little anxiety; m d the istra.41. of L 1 MP.
t p nt the y of th il and te ehoe De-P. .,
pplt h been rSedued;--- former determination an reolve which were EWS AND NOTES., slma; Dr. James Ogivae,
pil eacherfor afiratyear's sriee wafted to it from the Lonferena e of Deputy Chairmsn Hon. Col. Chin. J.
getting 4 per annum ',inr eepre- 1901, gave an influence which was felt aounr.A&T AMNoCUiTnwrr WardA MHon.L a B.& Ogh-
sent .pil's 2. The Code however all through the year, and as members- TO PUPII T&ACeHRs. t*lL.B. Ji a I osea, e".
makes provision for paying certain of met meeting after meeting it oonld be, Ae Id.. Ifety, Esq.; David Header.
them for service if they havb not failed een that care wa being taken to correspondent wishes to L sr.. gton, Gar.
very badly and thl we suppose ms t none of the whether the "Tims", aiU as ivi---Me. Ouo G
be accepted as oempem nation for what NTHUSIASM OF THE STAT. i help pupil teachers as it -- 8, .
we have lost otherwise. Heretofore Never h the Aoiain aild for l He e OFIC No. 8, DUKE ST RET.
when ul had woked for whole Never hes the last year. He says he s.
when a pupil had worked for a whole want of a quorum, and it had nearly tions e atter now aweshol This Com pny wasformed with the
year hat .ailed to pas the exemina- had its full memberhp, while visitors object of r cig the rates of Fire In
t:en he she) got nothing fo service. In hve shown tir appreciation by that soneother teachers are n
point ot principle, we must say that coning in. On two hasoial occasion that b.. e o.. t do ae hinkg ha been very spicoessfui, so that Fire
the p-resent- arrangements foLthoseI -. eorge Hicks asbeen of use tht we a og n laqar-ee in Jomsca is now only bot
who have not come far below the mark, giving addresses; and as the result of.&Io and his friend dethat e will on,. I W I nl
are better. Under the propoe t his visit to Ameneri, which preoeeded t" hel an wa do
rise Acts 114 and 115 of theach increased interest was mau" i A the h ep ad wh we"er l 4of Is s oinx to the establish.
=0e thse matter of paying t e p plls ea, North Madhes iqg with what e "Jour Z ,hi
will be left to arrangements be'ti ler and the a se of education will do, anot betoU The lpes by the reFi eof
iornlt; ai wwoul ged th generally antfht t ao s ow ed in an ay of asss A n E do Ilth Desemberwo1888, we
far as ait h pilsbnle s chance should be vote r(6thaly out o toe aonl. t. cl are a t M 9t d., which tpl
given to as many pupils A t with 31 inembers has gosa t A, n the h e we r eablh t
possibly be employed wish ia viw front as regards memt'b. li~l i t s.hirk our rep.nibill of M t.sus "a t &
so mucht l for 4 M hManbester retires a*;a o fr tbh start lb M. BUIKU SSptry
rendered but for Ue advantaIe of r- W es ec place. Ravin" v'vIb .f the 22 I-a2. %
mainrg in b sool forO b-e 00 o the ra doesa
wof &be o, Ceomae~Uc i m t ltia t r he w Ro !p lea Snlls e 1ii l 5 "
Swill reeive. W e ha e bo aM+ Itism as
.may ls would be .l oi Ao dea t the Wus Isn" 66 'o 11e0-,-O I*E.
Serteuld n to t wM k nei rw otvo ra o ~.et fa eam eleveseon .. to -..g i. .....
ad wie, and If the 'be N* oor 1embes mr. G. Se Shepbmust La la_'LE_ Z wedow Tf g b.l
threepaoflity and fait s of aferenos of o.2, and the mrased W" be a mhty f a stet 5 oe
thmIves. t e Ah M Iq A e I ed ele To
M" he deder gver .- and a 4eba or on the P&ayo'hed &Ww
to give the entire' s e o ims ehangea te Code elicited-, .. .Ia B
and debar the others. W, have .W.me 4o 6W u4i' bad_
ways 'hBold(hat Ao e06 ... .. ," o Mnt am ote o b W l .
Me. should not be fixed, but vay funds wiln allow) aood to the No one teacher should be BM. m AI brt, Of couna the am" e" late .m. J..y TN. .. 1
oapablity, aptitude sad *ialume of sufficient for an average attend-e 11 ibek"; h0 t he wasm"4 iat6t l^dNt ot. thb liaie
th teWB Ontlda 'The faitbil 80. In America it was a 4ead0er Es, is onnaebodl ele wuraj salo "Illy tme *W Tholhs u.
Ue" il be brrl wkd 41e4 4very 40, and dittoL for e"My 1 in w r --r amount wa Leaky mil he bti iawed.
the proehe a o gl There wi b Sagland. Spmeyea ag it wa i tl red I M : LLi N LSIKY.
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igston. SIturday, nrc 8, 1902.

vBscawPToN RATis.
Ilanhd and Foreign.
4/- per annum, post free.
3/- for eix months, post free.
I/6- for three months, post free.
4W Address commanioations to
WAL-fs R. Duans,
Editor and Proprietor.
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Assistant Editor.

107 Water Lane, Kangston.

We strive with Time at wrestling
Till Time be on our side
And Hope, our plumelesa nestling,
A full-fledged eaglet ride
Down the loud length of storm its
windward wins divide.

No Jamaican who is earnest,
thoughtful and well informed,
4dobts now that for our future
prosperity it is absolutely neces-
ry that sugar making be re-
umiaatd and .uaiutained in our-
-abd, and so such Jamaican
d rbts that a resuscitation can
mow be accomplished only by
am establ-hn ent of Central Sugar
Necteriei. The only question
that is debateable is what will be
he best. plan tw be followed in
establishing such Factories. Mr.
43eoszo SowLtox, whose sagacity,
whose patriotism, sound ability,
and determination have been so
alipicuous during his long public
life, has now added one more sig-
mal service to the many he has
already rendered Jamaica, by
dlborating a really commanding
.d comprehesive shape for eas-
ikashing Central Factorins. It
i s eamly a great scheme, 'and we
earnestly hope that the Governor
wi reconsider his determination,
which as we gather is to allow it
o lie in the meantime, till other
aphemes already presented to- the
SSeeetary of State ap decided on.
S.h... be a great mistake. The
esat is what we Want; at whatever
4ia the best arrives, and Mr.%
Was6Df's chfteme should hbe given.
al wtniy of ecapeting with
Aeeters. it is not the best
y aVll aeans let be set aside;
bt it most certainly should not'
mailed oua from ,the start mere -
ly* e a formality. The matter
Central Feastories is .ftoo vital
aa interest to our Island for as to
*ran any risks of losing the chance
ge tting the ,bet going. We
al in uitrhr _iu point .out
--- %. .' 11 1 k _L. &:

-" h scheme that -commend. it
. sroglytous. Our lat word to-
dayts tb urge the Governor to,
.Iasve the eoheme laid before Mr.
.4' -
Mr. Oowpin, Headmaster of
Wolmer's, ha done well in raising
the question of whether it is. fair,

'ad to hte public interest that the
Jamaica High' School should re-
'.* .i., eI.sive bavers A f nriv-i.

legs from the W SOverntent that
wil plate it at an advantage over
other schools in the Island. This
has been too much the iase in the
pait, as we have befem pointed
out. Jamaica College has done
very good work indeed, but it has
cost a good deal, and it 'as had
exceptional advantages over other
schools. Mr. CowPSn points out
in the new proposal a continuation
of this objectionable policy. The
Committee on Secondary Educa-
tion suggests that in awarding
the Jamaica Scholarship the marks
gained for Agricuural Science
should havd a piepoeoderating
w,.iaht .,, .Aim .an .Teaimita Onl

legs is the only Institulion in the
Island which can possibl"*Aprovide
higher training in Agricultural
Science For one thiqg, as Mr.
COWPER points out, t1is shuts
girls out at once, judt,: as they
have been, with a great flourish'of
trumpets, announced tobe eligible
for the Scholarship. It. is unfair
to the rest of the Island Schools,
for it rumours at once4he chance'
of the Scholarship. beg won ex-
oept from Jamaica C .What
will happen will be kappeied
so often at York'. *, -A .pro-.
miuing boy at iao school
woud -get ground and.
go up till he- Iok ai ir 8ho-"
larship not holdable iseti at Ja
maioa College (or. High &bool as
it then was.) So'offi-Uboy whuld
go, and much prai-..wp-ld aorue
to the High School pthlst ptperly
belonged elsewhere. "' heartily:
support Mr. COWP3z' patt.
S t "
WWe regre tt ta the two leaders
.i4dexedY'arndhe Htad fi -
Pipeaf "Wat''s Wog with
our Cricket," hawe WiWtrowded
back under preue. wiU
appear neat week.

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SIR ALPSED. with W4- ablue-
Til COMING, ter h tough-
ening aig
wild the waters of P6te At
ntin.-: and &1 alAbn a ''

margin, east and w ^ds have
been wild and seas 'y It
Aasi ard fighting 0owdS United
States coast for the r that
reached as last week. here the
weather 'was the woWbu record
for, a long time. 'The r oes
have been not ua *_%- in
the comparatively lasprotmoted
I waters of the Caribbea ea, and
our' own coasting steameus the
An.o and D"e have h a pretty
bad time along -fta Island
shore. It was this b4. w*atber

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of Sir Alfred JoJes *iM.A was
somewhat trying. W k are sh im
patient people at the b of times,
and we are imaginative always,
with a leaning toward Orrible
tragedy"; and when t *.Pot An-
tonio, which a'thedtle t
-houbld barv been ia Kiaston
on Friday failed to-aeeq. ar. even
to be reported from theesm end,
or from farther a&vay, Tslk'b Island,

no a few ark sormimes were'like the making of Sugar. And
ftedged and west a Sflattring to that he further directed Sir
ahout the city. "How awful, iL Alfred's attention ; it was already
anything has happened." The directed that way hb knew. Then
whisper ran and Saturday day the Mayor referred to the record
closed with the certain prophecy tourist season, made a somewhat
that the steamer could not possibly inadequate reference to the fact
be in till 5 p.m. on Sunday, at any that the Direct Line had been
rate. She was not even signalled formed into a Limited Liability
from Turks Island vet. Never- Company; and proceeded to read
theless at nine on Sunday morn- the address, the entire assembly
ing the steamer was here with standing. The most important
Sir Alfred and a host of tourists. passage in the address ran a
She had passed wide of the Light- "There are many undeveloped
bouse, and barely within sight of well as partially developed re-
our east end. After the worst sources for* which there are great
voyage yet on record along the .possibilities; we would particular-
Direct Line she entered Kingston ly refer to sugar production for
gaily enough, flags flying and peo which our Island is, peculiarly
p~e crowding on her decks. -adapted and in the maintenance
of which the best facilities are

The wharf displayed
THU wELCOME. a% corresponding
crowd including the
Mayor, Mr. Haggart who is the
Agent here for Elder Dempster,
the Hons. Dr. Johnston and
Gideon; both of whom Sir Alfred
met in England, the Hon. H.
Cork, a representative of our
big and 'pushing agriculturists,
and leadin~gmerchants such as,
Messrs. Nathan -aud G. E. Burke.
Thel'wdgome over for the nonce,
the Visitor went to Myrtle Bank
fpr lunch' and then abcpting the
Governor's invitation proceeded,
.to King's House where he spent
.the night. On Monday after get.
ting through some work and visits
to Headquarters to see the Gov-
ernor and .MY. Olivier, as well as
to other places and persons, hb
was puncttal in his. atenda"ce
at the Town Hall, where the Mayor
in the name of the Gity and of the
Island. was to tender him a for-;
mal welcome and an address.
The Hall was packed for the
ocoas q! with citizens of all ages
and conditionn. It was a most
repre iWvte gathering for as
the eye ran along the human files ;
here, it was a doctor or 'a' lawyer
there-a-carpeter, a printer; here
a capitalist, there a butabl6 clerk ;
here a legislator, there ta minister
that met the eye. Outside there
was a fairly large crowd watching
proceedii so far as the arrival
and departure of the Knight went.
He drove up very quietly, and
few 'probably recognized him as
Sir 4Alfred who iaw him alight
from the harmless, necessary bes
that he favoured, and stood chat-
ting at the doorway for a minute,
a big well-set up man in grey
tweed with a quiet British ,look,
cool, rather grave and perfectly
self-possesed. a


nanas, trees

The Hall was effec-
N tively decorated
with the spoils of
tropical nature, ba.
and fruit, oranges and,
The platform like the
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afforded for the wide circulation
of money and the general distribu-
tion of the results of prosperity
among all classes."

Sir Alfred during
SIR AL'I"RED his four Oava' stay,
SPEAKH for he left in the
return steamer on
Thursday, made perforce a good
many speeches. He spoke very
briefly at a drinking of health'
after the rTown Hall Function.
On Tuesday at the Merchant's
'Exchange.he,received and replied
to an address from the .members
of the Jamaica Sooiety -of Agri-
culture aid Commerce And the
Exchange.. On Wedneqday he
was off by 7. a.m. on special train
with the -Governor, and Mr.
Gideon tu Port Antonio. Re-
turiiig in the evening after re-
ceiving.an enthusiastic reception
and answering several addresses,
;he took on attendance at the
Merchants' Banquet and spoke
there. Thursday came with
a meeting tat the Headquar-
ters House with the Board of
Agriculture, and J. A. 8S. This
was at 10 a.m. At 4 p.m. he stepped
on beard the 'Port AMtonio. After
the fatewell ceremonies,'the fa-
mous merchant bade Jamaica
goodbye. He hopes to revisit us
in 1903 in a larger, better and
faster steamer, one it is said that
can carry 300 passengers. The
speech delivered in the Town
Hall on Monday may be taken as
very well embodying the sum and
_ebstanetof what our visitor said
to us. He speaks without hesi.
ration but not fluently; and he
uses little or no "tpatding." He
'has thought about what he has
to say and he says just that, care-
fully, impressingly and plainly.
His face remains impassive even
when he jokes. A man with big
ideas in his head, and rather in-
different to side" and show.

He began by a
TUB SPanCH. foreose to our
lands beauty.
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proAinent of our Island notabili.
ties, including the Archbishop.
The Mayor did the speech-making.
Sir Alfred Jones replied, and the'
entire function occupied thirty
uiuiutes. After words .-of wel.
come Mayor Robinson referred to
Suar. By the Fiait Trade he
iaid duly two Parishes and not theA
whole Island had benefltte&
They wanted a permanent resoure

England Lad piled it on rN4
thick.; but now he felt the half
had not been toh. ius visit
short as i% was would give him
time- to seise one or two things.
ffdid not wish to sereoeiue too
m"ay; and his counsel to Jamai.
Oa" q toW. build mP thotr pros-
herity slowly and surety. The
Fruit husi.ess of the Direct Liie'
was not a financial success, so far

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-till it was having its way.

was a beginning an1 Jamaica had
resources beyond fruit thit must
be developed, coffee, cocoa, cocoa
nuts. There was sugar gloo. The
knell of the bounties was sou -ding;
but West Indians must remem
her that much rested with them.
selves. They must be up-to-date

in their methods and machinery..
His Shipping Company would
long siane have been pushed aside
had it not kept in front in the new-
6st and best shipping machinery.
He would be glad to d& anything
he could to help on the establish-
ment of Central Factories. A
very warm reference of the speak
her's to Mr. Chamberlain as among
the best frieLds the West Indies
has and- the ablest, elicited a burst
of applause that might have given

strangers the idea that our great
Secretary of the Colonies was the
most popular man in Jamaican
opinion, instead of one of the best
abused. But of course every one
was out to be pleased with what
Sir Alfred said.
Sir Alfred next
MORE OF TUHE showed the impor-
SPEECH. tarce of the tour-
ist business. More
hotels w-ere needed, and better
means of communication. Visi.
tore should not be allowed to sit
down in one place, but taken to
every part of the Island._ It would
do them good, and it would do Ja-
maidc good,for these travelling visi-
tors would spend more.Touching on
*ne or two minor matters he con-
demned the whitee nickels"
which often deceived tourists into
thinking the pennies were 2s.
pieces. Why not Lave a simple
bronze coinage easily distinguished.
He was sincerely interested in
Jamaica and wished to see it pros-
per from business as well as from
personas rea&ons. Fie plainly said
he hoped for a day of a richer Ja.
males, so that his Company could
get money out of it. There was
to be a reduction; of 25 per cent
un passages to Bogland during
Coronation season, and he hoped
many JanaicansIwould go across.
If some of the 'leading business.
:mep came with a definite proposal
-about Sugar Factories he was sure
something oould be done.

Without the goings
THE wtKK. on o- St Alfred and-
"thoae around him,
the week's event are something
like ththting Carlyle aid Austria
would be without [uangary-omue-
thing like a loaf with the crumb
dug out.' Last week closed with
views of a frightful sociaent on
Holland estate. A man was
dragged ipto the, machinery and
mangled and -scattered in frag-
ments that the big fly wheel flung.
madly against the blood stained
roof Why-i not such machinery
'riled in ? In a Port Royal brawl

It Sacred Concert at the mnse olna

where the numbers were supplied'
among others by Lady Hemming's
daughter Mrs. Hamilton, by Mr.
and Mrs. de Montagnac, Mr.
Royes and Miss Ford. The Wes-
leyan Conference has opened,
auguratod by one of Dr. Clarke
Murray's masterly and earnest'
sermons. In St. Andrew Mr.
Berry's constituents 'still pursue
him, no anger like that of friends
offended. He was condemned'
by another public meeting on
Tuesday night. Council met on
Tuesday t face the new Tax pro-
posals and put off doing so. Such
are some of the week's events.
Another musical event was a Con-,
uert at the Collegiate with a small
audience, but ano excellent pro-
gramme. ,

Sir. Alfred Jones'
THE KIGOHT speech to the gath-
AND THE MSB- eriug at the Mer-
CHANTS. chants Exchange
varied only slightly
from that at the Tuwn Hall. The
address was read by Colonel
Ward, who is President of the
Society He referred to the need
of Britain doing something in the
interim to aid the planters till
1903 brings the no'w determined
on abolition of bounties. In his
speech Sir Alfred paid a well de-
served tribute to Colonel Ward
who has by his enterprise and' up.
to-date methods made his estates
pay. Another warm tribute woa
paid Mr. Chamberlain as one
who never gave in and general
succeeded. He is to visit Jaman
ca next year along with Sir
Michael Hicks-Beach and Sir
Alfred' Jones. Governor Hem-
ming was also warmly praised for
his efforts in behalf of Elder
Dempster and Jamaica.

THE BANQUET tie Bank, to Sir Al.
fred, at which same
120 gentlemen were entered, was
perhaps chiefly remarkable, from
an expression that fell from Sir
Alfred Jones re small fruit grow-
ers shipping fruit. The Areh.
bishop who was one of .the4 speak-
ers had expressed the hope that
the Line would encourage suh.
growers in mating shipmue .
The reply of the Head of ERder
Dempeter was in somewhat humor-
ous train, but it contained A
pretty fair reflection evidently of
his opinion. He thought the smll
settlers were likely to buo.e
poorer if they were so helped. it
is one of the things urged in oriti.
cism of the Line that it doestet
wish to eneuOrage the small inde-
pendent shipper of fruit. Now we
agree with the Archbishop t6t
thee men should a euooun
Big grower, capitalists and arj
syndicates" without doubt have
their place in working or the
prosperity of a country: They

l thia Sir

Alfred says as doided district.

by his saying it. No man
on every point. Even Sir
Jones can make a mistake.

is wise

Death has removed
DEATH an interesting figure
and a much' respect-
ed atd useful servant of Religion.
Father William Spillman came
from far to our Jamaican shores.
He was a Prussian boin in 1831,
the very (year when Jamaica was
in the throes of its last and in some
respects most deadly slave rebel
lion. He was then an old maL,
of 71 when on Monday he closed
his eyes on Imortal acenes.. He
ha* long been ill, but with the
patient continuance, and heroism
of many religion workers he up-
bore the pain and weariness and

struggled on till on a day two
weeks since he could work no
more, and la'd himself down to
die. He came to Jamaica in 1879
and never thereafter left its shores.
His work here was largely bound
up with the musical beauty of
worship that Rome weaves round
her ritual. But along with this
he laboured devoted by in the
montonoua and trying but noble
round of a parish priest among the
poems. He was a Master in Mu-
sic, and played that most perfect
of instruments the violin, with
wonderful skill Browning's lines
in Abt Vogler might hare well-
come from hiulips-
Each sufferer says his say
His scheme of the weal and woe;
But God has a few whom
He whispers in the ear, -
The rest may reason and welcome
STis we musicians know.

It is a pity that Sir
IN THR Pno- Alfred did not have
VINCES." time to visit Mon.
tego Bay. He at
any rate did well in going to Port
Auto=io. The Hon. D -. Gideon
gave the speech of welcome and
read the address which was pre.
sented at the Town Hall. The
address, referred to the fact of
Port Antonio being the place
from which the Fruit Trade to
America now of "collossal propor-
tions" (for adjectives are plenti
ful this week.) was started. Good
business men, the Antonians did
not fail to rub in their]claims to
attention under any Hotel
.Scheme that was going.
The importance of reviving theb
sugar business was the last truth
hammered into Sir Alfred's-atten-
tion. The Y. M.O. Ass-
ciation presented) their address
through Mr. W. ,H. Plant, Presi.
dent of the J. U.,T. It. was short
and thanked for the favour done
by the Direct line in oanoiang
some books for the Asooiadon.
Sir Alfred Jones replying present-
ed the Association with20O guneasa
as well as good wishes and pro.
mues ; for the resie poe on
lines already indicated.

A word ws sid here for

a Small Settlers Bnk; and re-
ference was made t4 the "Jone
Scholarship." In hi, reply Sir
Alfred used the happy phrase" I
am a co-partner in Jamaica's pros-


So beautiful is Love, my dear,
It makes all lovely that we love;
As Night may not on Earth ap-
While burns the .Sun in heav-
en above,
And so they say that Love is blind,
For only Beauty it can find.

-0o where we tove we cannot find
The Thalv or the Commonnlface:

And so, they say that Love is blind,
Because it has this mystic grace,
And so they say that Love is blind;
For only Beauty it can find.


The Taxes,
What are the people, writes our cor.
respondent, thinking? They are
thinking that it is very hard to put
confdenoe in princes, no not even in
our good friend the Colonail Secretary.
That gentlemioi assured us that no
new tax mwM be levied, yet e has
aetually arranged for a pultax on all
males above 19 years of age. Is not
that a new tax, and a very oppresMve
onet Did it not lead to' some d-
.ar.hisa display an the time of Richard

Porua reports Mr. and Mrs. Zita
Armitage and Miss Armitage promi-
nent Congraetonalist of Wnrmington,
England. are guests of the Rev. Jas.
W qon at Whitefield.
Miss L Lindsay hw succeeded
J. Howell as Additional Woman
Teahber of the Whiteheld Sohool.
whih received a grant fr higher *ew-
ing at the last inspantion, Deemiber

Rook River say. Mount Zion
Harvest Festival Semona on Sunday
wam preached by Mr. Simsn. teacher
of Crofts HiL We are having heavy
winds for the past week.
The new teacher is getting on fairly
At Snow Hill-Portland our oorrps.
-pdemIts b. glad to report great t-i,
provement ina religion, even Cam
th 1i011es who hmave ere"tdaCusc
t Sundy oly Coma on was

The PbUie road ot *f ,"Piey
Gatden Hill" to a bad condl tell of
boMles. Whe walkingthera to,
you are everlastingly dropping o
Ipmslob sayA there eom i
boaght anMna a Monday and Tus.
fai odpri

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one Joseph Grant has pretty..wetLo-anpnp be dispensea witn; oBukj
killed Elisabeth Thompson by distrust the prosperity that reast
sing the base of her brain with on these alone. Sir Alfred at
a pieoe of roor. They were of a the banquet came out stronger
ooaling gang, most quarrelsome of. than ever about the reeus
aseiablages. In other direetionio Sugar. But in that too the
there have been more,.. meetings small man has a part to play, l
at New St Puani th nai eojm it mst brir for him. Ppr.
among the Churches, that seems haps we are a little i danger j-t
a lusty child; and als a fine at present of aeoepting every

mr.. s. j.omneo prsuen ea me
visitor with a silver mounted
eaoooa made in's a math .box...
Laver on. Mr, 1. 0. Reitte pre-
seated a silyver-poon, with the
handle shaped like a banana tree.
Annotto Bay was visiati-ad In
ItaddemrreIaby the Rev. A. 0
Snuythe claimed modestly to be the
oentre of the best banana growing

Ptway lAstbetweesthe CATI
and Kocoil" OgC(. A 9l1b 6h
in. Thhyema"
weat inand at salle Oe loot
71. The Matgniseerift -Vilah

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CJ. A, J.,T TI Ad MES.

[March 8.]

valuv5 n Erin A"-t UWVe-U mvuuE AWDi UZAr d-k 3 ii P,

potAittouy of America inoreasuat
her share in the trade with his
native land, and it is in tie mat.
ter* of that kind that he is ex-
pected to serve.
Field Marshal Oyama, on the other
hand, is a real fighting general and
is one of the leaders on whom
Japan would place her trust in case
of a war with Russia or any other
Power. Hie is still in the vigour of
life ; strong, able and ambitious in a
military way.
General Young, the American, looks
a very different body to both these
men. His appearance does not sug-
gest the military man. But this is
quite eharactermstic of the Ameri-
can soldier, who neglects uniform
and old world styles of drill and
WuOnemvre- but mate aisi business
well nevertheless and proves him.
self n eesuhmn to be first" das
leader of fighting men. His style of
getting there may be unconventional
bat he gets there aU the same. He
fiw not to illustrate rules but tb
wnm. He is a pretieal man, full in war
as in trade, ef business-like notions,
and tble to put the"e arto operation.
General Young, has sen s-iert in
several of the small wars that the
United States has had to wage with
M'xico and with the Indians In
all these he has borne himself well
and won honours. He lately succeed-
ed Shafter in command of the -rmy
on the Pacific Coast of the United

The.B8shop and thelQuaker.
At a Yorkshire quarterly .meet-
ig of Quakers ece 1t is York,
*e B"V of Hereford dliveed an
a4dtes t a crowded audies ian toe
Wtlat m edetcL.h eme. t0e D-ty
of th Carebih eChr t the Prm t
Ho.-'-41r. Heary B. Priefthia
presided, who abid hehad joy and
tmkMifls tat e- really e od
ame of all ats ehareBwhs t

. UoW EA t m. .U ..w -tfc b. -it
Nds tt.oag as w poau.e
of agreement rather than to t nste
otheep of. divergease. The Bishop
s bewas one mof thoue who a
for the time when we might allN
o body in ChristL. Having re-eboed
the chairman's semtUnt .el a pro
Sound hope with regard, to coming
peace, the Bphop remarke4 that bet
recogniaedhor much nearer tha tde
rest of Christians the xslfrs, S a
body, had oose in t prattmice to
the ideal of the real Christian life.

The PreWiet Boot Store.
-. a a te s a

By "ir Alfred Jofm. 0 C, M.G.


Our picture give aus three Gener-
als of widely different races. The
American 14 Ii mu/ti but the other
two are in national uniform., that
of the Persian reminding one of the
Egyptian style made familiar to
English eyes by the Sirdar and his
Thq Japanese is in more elabo-
rate 'and- nure gorgeous apparel.
Nevertheless the man bihsef is far
more acquainted with war's wild
alarms aid grim realities thAu is the
calm looking Persian. His title of
General is really somewhat by coar
tesy. General Isaac Khan's resent
job is the peaceable one of seeing
to such commercial and general in-
terestsas Persia has in the United
:Sae wt lvtta ie i Pel"wtm tutisttr.
He holds strong idea* about the

j et can be taken up, or if preferred
theArts Course. Some lines are Arehi-
teoture, Commerce, Engineering, Law.
Medicine, Dentistry. Sanitary Science,
Tropical tiedicine.
Thd'Arts Science and Law Courses
are -three yesit; for medicine the
course if fie; in Commerce and Archi-
tectur, two.

The Governor has appointed His
Grace the Archbishop of tbe West
Indies, t6e Hon. D. 8. Gideon and
the Hoon. Henry Cork to be Titebfeld
Trustees who will, together with the
three ex officio Members. viz. the
Colonial Stcretary (Chairman) the
Direetbor of Publie Worka, and the
Surveyor General, comprise th .Board
of Titohfteld Trustees
Ostrich Goes for King-
One' week lately was an nolueck
one for the King ot Greqee. There
was a attek on His Majesty by an
ostrich in the Phaleron Park. The
superintendent of the Zoological De
apartment, came to the King's rescue
and drove off the bird, sustaining in
juries in so doing. Then there was
another attempt on the King's life,
this time by a lanstic. His Maisjety,
was promenadin- in the Royaly
fGardens when he was attacked by a

man who rushed upon him brandish-
ing a knife. A park Inspector was
at hand, and rushing forward seized
the man. receiving t.e blow which
was intended for the King. His
Majesty escaped unhurt. The p;Lrk
Inspector who was slightly wounded
he!d his man until the arrival of ihe

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inhabitants. Ireland has seventy-
three, England, thirty-eight, Germany,
thirty one and : we.k-u, eleven. There
are 2,-200,000 dogs in Germany,
1.50)O.(Y'O III. usi.t and 350,000 in
Turkey. lu Frauuce there is a dog
tax, and every dog is registered.
Dogs in the Ini.w- State.- are estimate
ed at ftom 1 0()0 000 I to 5,-)iI,(X 0

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The following, regarding Admiral
S"Boirf vas, who received Pruet.
Henry of Prussia on his visit to the
tate is interesting, '
*J am glad,' said Admiral Evams
the other day, *that Prince fewary
is oouing to this country. He ism
of the finest men I ever met, he A
so appreciative and responsive. The
pric is very handsome, partaty
Cbil., graceful, and as qidk andl
agile a a sailor should be.
*"At KM lMas the first time I met
]hA sMawai tdalofhim there
Our duties brought as together: It
im Awm ~einns=& P-Alaw nth ft nA Is hwt.-A

The melancholy death from hydro-
'phcbiaoftheDake of Richmond, Gover-
nor of Canada, occurred in 1819, the
Virth l year o que Victoria. ThetDke
had listed up a pet dog to lick a wound
in his chin caused by ubaving, and the
4-imal bit him. Five months after-
wards when he was in the wild* of
Upper Canada, symptoms of hydro-
phobia appeared. One day in drinking
wine at table, be suddenly turned
from it with abhorrence. Shortly
aftet, going through the forest, he
heard the bark of a dog, and ran off
so rapidly tnat his. pAttendants could
scarcely follow hbk. He was lti-
mately overtaken in a barn and re-
no....n a a i... a.i lo Lal.i whae* he

ip into the thousands. The results
hoe been dme- to a great united
'Simultaneous Mission' a movement
in which all the Protestant forces in-
eluding Anglicmns at one end, and
SalvaLttolat- and Quakenr at the
other, joined In a hearty and syste-
matie spirit. The classes meooe deeply
Influenced were those who were usually
regarded as outside of the range of
ordinary uhrteh-eort.
Our Exports.
Approximate statement supplied
by the Merchant's Exchange:-

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Josep keeps one of th bst up in l prdfeMion, and he isa a oal- died. In btis parotynms he was heard
known Boot and SLoe Warehouse tivnted and delightful gentleman.' to aay, For shame, Richmond. chame.
in Jamaica. It is the day of the The estebRattoe at Kiel took place Charles Lennox bear your sufferings
spoalatlst and Mr. Joseph speeuialies _Lortly beloro the prinee m was mae lik a man.'
in toot wear with marked success ,a dmiral. Hie had twtre r fed
Bie advertisement elsewhere applies the honour, insletng on serving his
detal ua to quality and pymoeis A full tiuwi hecapta, and I remember Christian Unity.
ag stook and great vaety t6| distinctly ttat-the' E twrr' said, re --
Ohose troas, and a merchant of ex.- ferrltng to his bhtbher's promotion, Daring the past four months the
perieie To wnit yr lts; $5 y 1 will havh& te6-eeime- ad 1-y of .Sy Ly -ta ten sng
can safely teckon on getting excel-. thiral ow; he ha twice rrefefle, hut through a religious revival, aS d the
lent boots and shoes at the Paemier if he doe not accept this tite I hall number of ibmse who professed to
Wbretonse. Come and see. retire him"h hvb experienced a change mounts

poflfeeowt. ...
Codooanuts, No.
C6ooa,4 w. ..
Dyewood .
iemanas, ...
Orahgee, No ...
'Pimento, wt
I Runm, gitai ..
M gar, tons ...


7",4R1 0 75,e6
lA Q,860 l1,407,00w
20,96M 18,227
S40,67 31,460
9AW,46 ',468, 517n

1,t31fl :M ,1,944,798
3,10 14.656


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w'..aurumurwuwu omwiuuin oocf y
The 28th report shows z.'a;iness
was increased by the recent reduction
of interest. 12,885 -new loans were
issued. Total receipts were 29,979.
The total on deposit is 17.979: The
capital has grown fr-u&i 42,029 to
48,108 and the Revenuie Fand is now
5,593. A bonus of 2 10s. was recom-
mended on shares maturing in 1901.
The Society to m-el the Stamp Law
has had to affix "thcbe uanlightly
postage stamps" to 116 Pasa Books,
to pay 4 13. to Government.
"The Chairman a J Direotore grate-
fully acknowledge God's special gi
anoe and protection in their sucoemsf5l :
management of the large sums of
money entrusted to them." The
Chairman is the Rev. Henry Clarke.

FrMce. with 2.864J)00_ dogs, holds
the European record, She has seven.
tm.-five dIo d tno n vaervw avAj

The Schools Commission to which
the Government has intrusted the
trash of getting the Soholarships
promised I.y Sir Alfred Jones into
working order, announces ianterim:-
The offer is of a free pasage to
Eggland, 4pen to. either sex, and of free
passages yearly to and from Jmaineoa
for the vacations.
Three students are the number
mentioned. They m*nt study at
University College, Liverpool.
Candidates mustbow they can pay
all expenses other than passage money,.
that to, pay for tuition, maintenance,
etc.; that they are not under 16; and
that they en matriculate at Liverpool.
Liverpool Poard and Lodging will
probably eost l1 weekly; tuition 30
per annum.
At University College students have
a celane of trying for a number of
Seholarsh'ns and Prisesb. StnAi J sub-


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[March 8.] J AM WAICA t I M E .- 11

TOHTi THE FAVOUIT MAINLY ABOUT PERSONS pay the debts hlie contracted in antici-
h 1 FPOEM COMPETITION. -.- patron of winding her fortune.
HI D P. G T dad It is sa< At the drin'nicitpT in
SOtne pri- aj stated above was onered DiP. Guiseppi. a young Trinidad- It is tndoi( lt the tirinlipJ're in

[ O U R Mo d o a r e t hso n aGco o n i ldcIo a
to the boy who did best ao telling iSn doctor who distinguished himself Larbthe removare thk nehod
OI r 4 ,vl,,t+ lui faouute poem is ; athurl ir.n is studes, 5as returned To for the removal fra. the neyr hboor-
-ws oilered to the grl who did best. lrA. ie 'oe a oolonal sohoarsI hood of the Rev. i. B. Meyer, wbo is
at St. Mary's College and studied medi-. leaving his pastorate at C(iiist Church,
Edited by Cousin Jack. cOMrITION POEM. uine with success at Edinburgh. He for general evangelistic work. He
The Prize aa.ong the girls is award- bas received a local appointment. sads, 'Wheu such men are praising
CHILDREN'S PRIZES ed to Princeo Louise, younger daughter God that I am leaving, it u*a, be a
bFFERED MSS URANXCi, REII. of Princees Christian, will proceed to 8Ah I oHa ht to stay.y
The boy's prize goes to South Africa to visit the tomb of her tir. Hall Caine will probably publish
We offered two pries, the first a broker near Pretoria thi yea another book Mbon~hnot a
volume, and the seCond a uarter.s oARTKi ALEXANDEi 8AMGraa.L Amelia Haliburton, wife of Dean novel. He is interested in the Chris.
subscription to the JAMAICA T Both winners bail from Granville Galpn, and daughter of T. C. Hali- tin Democratic movement. .
for the best work in the following : School, Faimouth P.O. Their teacher brton, Sa hk,' is dead t Hali Miss Marie Corelli has reive
(Neatness and good writio will .-be is Mr. R. S. M. Cooke. fax massive, silver rose bowl inscription
notedd in deoldng ea prises. The judge says What r mend Behrd th e ret from the Edinburgh Philosophical
o_ i these papers is tLat the awritenr' ex- is ,a ein. It t stitution in recognition of the brilliant
SPOR PsBRUARY THE PIM =0W A press themselves naturally, witthot t i e stead of 'lia -e -m address delivered her o No. 1901'.
OIVEN rPOTeBT MAP O employing stilted phrases. They have dowiit rs me an. She i go to bed The Rev. 0. *V. Fredeik- sop of
JAALICA. been eref al to write neatly and at three o'elock in the moraeg and Archdeacon Frederiek, of St. Visoe
Th. eonditleN is alt r Chifldrem' spell serrectly. Finally their choe.e rie at nine. Tc. usual pres riptions aid Barbados, Mha been appinte
Competitions are- of a piees and the reasons they give or thipreservation of he h, reeie Curate of Holy Trinity Church, Ca..
Those opettag:- for making ohe verse a favourite are scant attention from bhr. tries. He arrived last month. He
(1.) Maut be below 17. very sensible. George Worlitsook, a German ae.- strongly advocates the formation of
(2.) Munt send aus in fall, their tor of repute, died of appoplexy while .ierood of mery for ti
saw, address and age. Dr. Johnston Appreciated. pla gin g-Londun last month. o a1 erity; and be denouanc
MUST DO TIH WORK 'WITHOUT 'I bere is a superabundance of phy. wdera loafers.n American
SMU ASSISTAWO The Eccleston folk (St. Anna) had sicians min-ermaasy. y ra an Ameran
AMus TA c certified a rare treat last month when the Virelhow. the eminent pathologst, birth.
(4.) Must have the above certied Hon. Dr. James Johnston gave one injured as we mentioned by failing o' Ldy Clarke come. from Keigbley,
by a subscriber of ours. of bis high class entertaintaents. a street car, is growing weaker. His Yorkshire.
The building was so packed that ph ysamns are apprehensive. Madame Nordeca. the famous Am-
COMPETITION ,nany could gain no admission. The Earl Roberts now in his seventieth erican singer, will visit England this
FOR CHILDREN. Doctor in a speech sparkling with year has no less than thirty editions Summer.
hurour put the audience in a state of his Forty one years in India," to Pressent Loub end of ranhis wionth
INTERESTING TO ALL IN of enjoyment and the whole thing bis credit. His ouly other work is o Russia at the end of this month
SCHOOL. from beginning to end w"a a pron "The Rise of Weliington," but he bha or thie beginning of April The Presi-
ounced success. The animated pic- contributed introductions to the mer (ent vi'il be ac ompanied by M. Del-
In reference to the Co petition tures were very good and I say this moir-of Gen. Sir H. C. Rawlinson, and caTuse M'nister of Foreign Affair.
In reference toake up t Chrompetition after having seen the Edisonograph, to Ar. Wilkinson's From Cromwell The departure will be from Brest on
which was not taken up at Cbrisntma the flock of sheep across the ,,our t, Welihngton." board the Massena, with the cruisers
time wehad the permission of the teGuichen, Br, oad Malcolm as ea
gentleman who kindly offered the being very realistic. After ths Viscoant Craubrook who now in Gu eh, sBr, and M.alolm as es
prize to make the following announce- there were slides showing scenes in his eight-leighLh year, is the oldest crt M. Loubet will, it is sid. not
preto make th following annon American and Jamaican life. The pwr.of British Cabiet rank. As Mr. stay in Russia longer than three
T is to interest hidren gramophone exhibition consisted of Osthorme Hardy in 1865, he scored day*
The desire attding Elemeto intry Stchool ong ad speeches. Surely the the thief scoess of the Tory party Sir Henry Irving returns to Eniglan
who thin outside thelementary School. e ple are to be congratulated on y Jefeting Mr. Gladstone by a ma- from his American tur in April.
itrcularly nest Teaches o tote opVi of 10 at OzIor -.
Stheir tteton nd hearim 8o1108 of the marvels In Cowe ne Chrisda and e P mu better afte a
maer attenion- o the worlof science. The Doctor is h__ dandter, Pr..... r her of ..ldi.s. town-
Wat er C tit oa host in himself, a bright, jolly Pri aa.s enry of Battenberg and her pan t the General to Gibratar.
J i sonhearted good feil,,w who has the sm. aMnd daughter had a narrow es- S .H Bla. in iad.
md of FsbrIu kaasck eIutin+ d .es tte 1 -1 dy orivmn g at. os a. Tisev.. and Air&. Martin are of
Sbea terms with themselves. The Wn unay morning o aUn a to mas. ie, a t a Am
Twobooks were offered, one to he tad e on the whole was well be ftival serviy. 'They L M. 1i ow 0o a late Am.
wo et, ar e oer to e haved but it would have been so an open carriage drawn by a pair. orian General, is at present in King-
Il who dd be", a d the other to the much better had the young lade who One of the animals was startled at on.
Competitor were to give the best sat immediately behind aus kept quiet the whistling of the wind, and grew Tlo Treawny Bord on the ors-
answets they could to the following for even one minute. I do not retail, with the result that for a don of Mr. R. H. Lindo's departe
know why some people will always momentor two both became be ond recorded its appreciation of his ex-
question:- go to these places to torture oer co One broke away and bed, excellent service (luring six years as
Which is your favouritc Poem, and wluo P" to feast the soul. I most the other remained in the shafts, and member ard Vice-chairman of the
Whtvh is yourfavourske, Pobm, and bertily wish the friends of Eoelrs- by turning it into the edge of-the road Board.
hat vrse i oike e e to lunch success i their enter coahran managed to stop the err The Rev, Stephen Witt of
your reasons. prise, %nd I will only add that the riage, The Princesses, much alarmed, has been taken with an attack of
popularity of the Doctor speaks for it- w ,apply uninjured, They alighted hlsckwater fever' g He is atunder the
MAP OF JAMAICA ^&f wene it as Ikown that ar...e wauptboeeawinder of the charge of Dr. Stggall at te United
MAP OF JAMAICA &elf when it ts known that o.,e W 41 l Fruit Coimpany's hpiW, wbr he
COMPETITION gentlemen same all tie way from to church, whei these reane tta
FrUDGE POeld a dst e of some 18milestl remains an um
JUDGE'S REPORT. to hear him. Th non of Sir Henry MeCallum, aA Germani n amed Thyeton u is
htheOoveri.r of Natal late of New- a Jatanhse permn for attempting to
The Editor. The Lawyer's Mistake. tovadland has joined the Scottish kill the pof Jap n.
Dear Sir,-I have carefully con- Shaw, SocreHoRm as a mroope. so novelist i "a preset i nla.
sidered the respective merits of the Shaw, 8creta ge.b succeor LLt. Kase, who died SO gallantly The present Aseinop of Yoara,
maps of Jamaica submitted to me the head of fhe Treasury Department, at Fenrt Itala, 8. A. with no "surren-. The present Arish of York
for adjudication nd though there U. S. A. tells how ihe once heard a der.es his last words, was a nephew Dr. Maclagps, is a aiemstuaa.
is not very much difference between small boy get the better of a lawyer o6, JItear-Admiral Henry C. sane, His e poitions arte -i anmerou.
the first three, yet from reward o who was cross examining him, the C. B., whose pluck and seomanship Like Dr. Bickersteth, he is a hymn.
thminor detilsnd general finish, t questions and the replies wdre as fol- aLed his Majesty's ship C0nops aI writer of note. 1tSaints of God' is
nohave decided to elam thed as fol l ow Saoa in March, 18t9-when, in the by him.
ave decided to la ther a fol. you occupation ?of an almost unprecedented hur. The foar sons of Charles Darwi
SReginald Henry, Lawrence Ta- he, relying on his engines, have heir a rk as i tis
SRegid Henry, Lawrence TaD- don't yon do any work of aity stesime to te l. George is a famous "aah-tt .
ira. i Clark, Fanth. kind' M .' Anna Conover, leader of the Horace. *a I authority oi phyases,
W TheophllansThopCl ok al ony N.' Ia France for -preventing LM jor) Leonard is Secreta y of the
SThe r ies on the .nt map bet- Just loaf around home?' .or si to Paris cab horses, has re ryal ho sy a
te e printed and there ist a neat bor- Tat's -about all.' eled the decoration of the. Legion of Fradcis a dist4ngished botaeist.
ter printed, butand the is a net have 'What does your father do?' Hbo r. Expenses of some large fusmtal
Sno ee so w distinguished by Nothint' much' Ai*K Alfoeo 0's coronation in Sp..in are as fvllows-Q esn Victoria
olors e in two and three, ad no Doesn't he do anything to support is to ie aon emorated by the issue of &35,00, ; Lord Nelsops .49,000;
outains n pt n the family i ]w ktiud of postage stamps, naeh Duke of Wlitgtosta.4 ,00 I W
mSenve o he been ptitors sunb. HE does odd jobs once in a while to bebr the lWad of one of the thirteen ieror WilliaM ol Germaay, 815,000;
tved a itho e lins of when he can get them.' kiai named Alfonso who -have rated 8 ,000 Was set on lowers alone at
ltitued mapsor ngith tan in oTher As a matter of fet, ..isn't your fath't ,Spa. the funeral o President CarOot.
c althouh the eutline maps were a pretty worthless yellow, a deadbeat tfeneal Booth, in his special cam- Queen Alexandra has just eoari.
god t v ew town and no a'l a lfoerT" paign .ginet drunkenness, will com- buted to a Salvation Army basar
yer very m ta were utd don't know, sir; youd better pi t reek ry of drunkards in each articles of elothing-of her owS wakhtme
To jud from the ages of soke k He's si ttin over there on ded In order that they my be fol Theodoe Revelt jr. nas been L l
.1 th'e onmitors their work was the jury.' towed to their homes and reformed with neumonia.|
not been able to place their aps A Hit to ome A woman tose in the French Cham i
o, -P her of Depiri recently, shontng.
meon them and reinde thenI that .1- Attached to the door At an Englishi *M. Paulier (a member) is a thief!
though theymhaned't won them pries Pa+ish Chur,.-' is the following notice: He has robbed me uf two thousuid
thoi time yet they mIoIt tot be "Be in tme. C'o.nestmaight intochurch. trk.' TbgL.. ,he commenced throw-
ditMurag time et ty again ei. Knel down. not look aroUned in d eggiabout the chamber. Aet retr'.
creased experience will no dxnbtbesr every tie the door opensSa n up t ^ tn^ t.M bought -- l +a I
Yon Ras, et n arwobh.u ylr gaueman, to mowpet b to ag gg



12-JT- 2

Italy, Roumania, and Sweden hav r-thi la ble parohial official
certain eoonesAios made to them ri. tii-"ow'e to the pettious of the

COMPANY. Bouaties till they began to export people o~er and over sent in. rne
sugar. remonstrance of the local medico.;
WHAT THE COMMISSION Great Britain undertakes not t9 and the reproach of the Government !
grant Bounties to sugar from her The illogical rebutter of, no use to
WILL RECOMMEND. Colonies; so does the Netherlands. clean oer side until Manchester leads
India and the Pelf governing Colonies the way to lean water on their side of
can chboose about joining the Union. the stream I!" what logic what
WVe uuderstand hat the Commission Other Colpines are answered for by Jingoism ending in Typhoidic finale
which reqentl' inquiredd into the various countries to which they to the suffering multitude who pay,
question of the Falmouth Water Com. belong. 9y, pay. for muck .stead of clean
pany wl recommend that things. 830 outlay judiciously spent
pany will recommend that Govern. in the river in dry seasons would make
ment buy out the Company, and thus THE POLICY OF it a live wholesome running stream all
relieve town and shipping of the pro. the year round. Let a Committee be
sent excessive and burdensome water "THE OPEN TANK." set and thb writer will attend
persoally to show things never dreamt
ratesBALACLAVA LOOKS AND LONG in the equetted halls of the city
ad Parochial Fa hers of this pleasant

U AR 3' 3 I saw me64oned in the Gleasw 26th M O'ISM VA.
Feb. re water failitties and tanks "re.
".TOPPLED" AT LAST- eestly supplesothe public," one targe
tanakatBa va. I now bog to orret MAJOR-OENERAL RAPER.
CHAMBERLAIN HAS thisjambiguous description. A tak -n
H1515 upw v,,wwa.~w a m in A&w

DONE WELL. Market plaee, made with the mket JAMAICA LOSES A GOOD MAN.


It you isven' ** r.a b eamthy W"vmet of 'he
bowels every day, 70o'V l orvUbe. XEO tyOW
bowels oen Iad bo wel owoe na the s te o
vieol nt phpillorp olom, ts oanaw. TV
smooth,.st. s*detlt, most patst way of Ihepti
the bowels egw lea isa to to tke

Fieamssnt.PlAU b ?~u t a50.,0
004w weyead t it
M mt eow-eau. Wl otr
ant. b~d.s1AfisssW
- TWI mmeAmN mMtn
K~iKRAD, LirrlhD, Agenta.

runas an uses woouy ana somesy by
The bugar Conference tat has been the market people. The enlosed It is with great regret that we learn The Bridal VeIL
sitting at Brussels has resulted in a market is kept locked except on Wed. of the approaching departure of Gene f th bridal vel was
grea riumph for British r needays and Saturdays, and then and raltap6r from Jamaica; though we The wearing of the bridal veil was
great tcmph for I th ae tgar pro only then is the task available to the are pleased to know he has been pro. an old Anglo-Saxon custom, the veil be-
ducing colonies. It has decided that market multitude.' No one is allowed moted. He receives his permanent ing held over both bride and groom.
Sugar Bounties, direct and indirect to take water outside the gate, as it appointment as Major-General acd The wearing of white Is likewise an
shall cease after September slt 1903; is limited to the market people. goes to Gibraltar one of the Emnpire's old custom and one that prevails in
and that import duties on sugar bete Under what pretext do the Parochial greatest fortresses. The General will many countries, even including far
r Fathers wish to assure the community be greatly missed in Jamnaica where he Japan Neither is there anything of
duced. The Countries who agree to that it is a public tank for the general has endeared himself to a large circleJaan. Neither i ue of nythwedding
this Convention, will impose special use of a!l when it is nut so in practice ? while comnianfing the respect of all modern origin in us of wedding
duties on sugar imported from countries During dry weather as now the only who have known him by his public or favors and wedding cake or having
that continue to give Bounties, and water supply is the stagnant Walling private actions. He was one of the bridesmaids, all these customs having
may even prohibit such importation. ford River where all manner of most ready and generous subscribers the sanction of long usage.
The lowet import rate is to be given tangible and palpable animal, to the Salvation Army's Social Work
.to countries which agree to the Conven-egetble, and sewerage abomination here and to the Reeone Home. Mrs. How to Darn Flue Gooda.
tion. Cae Md Beet agr are to be frly render its drinking a soaroe of Rper aswon an equally warm re.- Fne, loosely twisted silk, the kind
taxed the _same. As International phcal, moral, and mairobIe disease gard by her kind-heartedness and used for knitting, is the best for darn-
Commission at Brussels will see that to. mankind and quadrupeds, the goodness. We wish heartily they ing line woolen garments. The threads
the Convation r-' ire"e't are writer challenges contradiction to this wert both remaining with us, but as, should not bt drawn tight. nor should
* waed 1s, .and M Awith oemtres p ~his .a.erirn, and what is the that, wherever they go they t-ey rAn the bule as closely as 1 ordl-
wiI job Ihe wlCouveItion. p eIIvsmeI the msuniir .membersave;bmay a d comfort and appiness.r..

By a s. Port Antonio, Alleany and William diff.
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Dates, 4id per lb. packs
Nuts, Mixed, Is per lb.
Onions, 4d per lb.
Potatoes, 121bs. for Is 6d.
Ling Fish, Sd per lb.
Graham Wafers, 7id per pack
Finnon Haddocks, in tins
Sugar, Refined Cane (Crystals) 1121bs.
bags, at 38d per lb., Duty Paid
Keen's Mustard, jlb tins
1X^.Amm 1. U I

Caracas Cocoa, in tlb tins
Homes' Cocoa in l1b tins
Concentrated Cocoa in ilb tins
Ferris's Hams, at 10d per lb
LFerris's Bacon at Is per lb

Jams, Assorted, at 6s 6d per dozen
Jars Mascot, in pints
Prunes, Stewing, at 6d per lb
Lager Beer, Fallert's, at 4s 6d per dozen
S(s for empty bottles returned)
.... 4- ._ I_ *- ) 1 ."l11.s .^ A n.J

LiU5bi'.) vous & mour, ucrosom, inl iwoo DagK at z Ju

Ditto Mixed, Is
Ditto, Onions, las

Oatmeal, lib,, 21b and 71b tins

(Cheapept and Best in Town)
Bi-Soda in kegsat 10s 6d

Nails, Wire, 1I and 2in. at 14s. per keg.
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tween Jerusalem and Gas.a. It may haie
seemed a strange and unreasonable thing
to leave a great work and go to a desert
road without being told why or where-
fore, but the great motto of a true worker
with God must be "willing and obedient."
27, 28. "And he arose and went, and,
behold. a man of Ethiopia, who had come
to Jorusai m tfor to worship, was return
ing and, sitting in his chariot, read
ELsaia>, i te prophet." lit re, then, is the
reason of the aniigl's visit to Philip. God
saw the huingering soul of this man of
great authority under the queen of Ethio-
pia, and lie would satisfy that longing
soul, and Philip, the faithful messenger
In Samaria, was the chosen vessel. God
knew that He had a prompt and obedient
servant in Philip.
20, 30. "Then the spirit said unto Phil-
Ip, Go near and join thyself to this char-
Jot." At Samaria an angel spoke to him;
now the Holy Spirit tells him what to do.
As to the Spirit speaking to believers see
-chapters x, 19; xi, 12: xiii. 2; xvl, 8, ,
and consider the promises In Joh" xlv,
28; xv, 26; xvi, 13. It is possible for us
to hear the voice of the Spirit and be
guided by Him. See also Isa. xXx, 21.
God has pronilsed that He wiF asurely
guide His people (Ps. xxxii, 6), and 1 be-
lieve He guides in one or other of three
ways--by His Spirit through His word, if
necessary by His Spirit apart from .His
word, but never contrary to it, and by
His providence or the events of daily
life. A. believer ought to be a Spirit filled
Sand Spirit controlled person, and since
God desires it what can hinder but our
unwillingness? Prompt and obedient,
Philip ran to' the chariot, and, hearing the
-eunuch read g iS the prophecy of Isaiah,
he said, "Undea5 taadd~t thou what thop
readest?" See what lpins God will take
to cause one to understand His word
when He sees that desire in the heart,
and remember how the Lord Jesus us the
resurrection day took two or three hours
to open the S-.lptuisA to those twoi-who
were slow of heart to believe (Lake xxil.
32). May His patkece be ears.
3L "1ie desired Philip that he would
come up and it with him." The treas-
,urer of the queen was a great man and
at thi. tiMe ltA in his baMiot,-whll
Philip was poor and probably had the
appearance of a wayworn traveler, yet
see how cordially he is received by the
man of autborty. Many messages bave
-been unspoken and letters unwritten
which the Spirit has whispered became
some timid soul has feared eake. It Is
ours to obey; results are t Lord'a. See
.Je. 1. T-9.
82, 33. He w reading of some o
who had bee cruelly: III treated, bat, Mk
a lamb or a sheep, was dumb before I-'
persecutrs-Oe ftrom whom all
was take away and who wa af
dlan. lMe W 0 -.s*-.rOpg to t
it does nt Imect us
from thm poets who fuettld It ad Ia

whom the prophets spak, who tWIN
Every prophewy -eoncermlg ib H E14
tion, but how m ch do we mea?
man read with Ilatest -ad atso- b t.
perhaps ftr the first time. There e
aa r-rw hie nevere a4 of Ilm -
cause thoee pnl-ia est wR'te goqh
have not hf iar r hat j
Gontrat R km4.l.14-14; I Thes. - 4, 38 "Then Philip opened his mouth
and began at the same Scripture and
oreachad nnto him JIaUs." This be ilid

a Sl -) sr~3 ;

na r3y y to ,*e ou-serea qeRk. nI
who speakBth thb pr phet this?' Phil-
Ip nod Dot waste any time p the style of
the prophet or on t po ilty of there
being twa Isaiahs. eseb ofs whom wrote
part of the book. neither did he so much
as hint at the impossibility of any one
writing of things 700 years tfore they
happened, bat from this and other &erip-
tures he made plain the truth codeerning
30, 37. "I believe that Jesus Christ is
the Son of God." Compare the roBf.te
tlona of Peter and Martha i Matt, xvi.
10; John xi, 27. and note I John v. 1.
"Whosoever beHeveth that Jesus is the
Christ is born of God." Unless you have
ever talked with and led to Christ a soul
really hungry for the truth you cannot.
understand Phllip's joy as be., by the
Spirit, opened the Scriptures mald amw
this man drink It all into and then ask to be
baptized. Truly the Lord 'Himself was
with them (Matt. xviiL 20). and the Spir;t
wrought gloriously. "With .the heart
man beleveth unto ighteousness a
with the month confusion is made unto

salvation" (Rom. x, 10). The eunuch had
believed in his heart and confessed with
his mouth and was quite ready for a fur-
ther public confession before all his sirv-
ants, for doubtless there were many within
38, 39. "The Spirit of the Lord ctnught
away Philip, that the eunuch saw him no
more, and he went on his wviy rcj.,ci:g ",
IIow stiran' i the w hole tl ing imu't l:)vt
s~rnmel to the driver of thie ljhairit) and
the ret of the conipanryv the siranitger
invited to ride with their master, the
earnest conversation, the baptism, the
sudden disappearance of the stranger
and their master's new joy. which no
doubt he told them all about, and the
queen, too. when be arrived home! 'he
Lord by Philip wrought a great work
that day, and some time we may hear
the sequel to this story from the lips of
the eunuch himself. I am sure that Phi--
Swas and has- been many a time glad
he was so prompt and- obedint.
w the Spirit of the Lord caught hi
'tway I know not. but I believe that hav-
Ing finished his work, he supernatural
40. "Philip was found at Asotus, aM.
paying through, he preached In all TIe
cities till he came to Cesarea." This
last place seems to have been Philip's
home, and a church was gathered there
(Acts xxi, 8; xvili, 22). It matters not
whether we find Philip in Samaria or In
, the chariot or going from place to place.
be is ever preaching Christ.

The Svndqy Corner.
Let no young man or wombn g in
a social circle where the inftenes sate
vie-on or hostile to the Obristian rn-
ligion. Yun will belon by teprnvirg
their faelft, and end by oopI. them.
in i contagious. There ar few ex-
aeptions to UAiL.

It Is not se ach the prayer as tee
pray er which moves the hia i lf God.

It is only free eart4 that take
Sweet counsel together. When the

4ere all SUAemp-S at t04 hgh t biv9 -
tian Intereearse e in vain.

The 1ev. T. D WItt Ta aB UD.
spekiagnf bhWavenly traZ saiMtt I
head of a ship captain wl et
with his vessel wivt a lwa.* amber
of- aseugers from Buffalo, o lake
&,jLk vr)yM tith tea eun and
while there waa mnas %L ,When
t1ty wer e sl- out- tit eapita saw,
to his horror, that the se ew sfing
in q. im upon all id and he Sw
no y ouat from dstt aad
death1 *R~ oaled tatohs e o a the
F^^^W'W*~~ ^*?,-if- flP" ^- d

I d. na.06 m.4- a--- --- xa- also rn.*aginA4 m Sm ainwh"*


-." uont oucD ner. someone ele .U
ilaAgtag this ship." Oh, men in mis
fortunes, in earnest prayer put all
your affairs in the hands of God.
You will come out all right. Some.
eoe else is managing the ship.
Every man sets himself up as a
standard by which ihe measures others.
* In every religion, wrote the late
Mr. Ilaweis, there is something sacred.
ach in its own way utters tte eter-
nal "cry of the lhumau." and reveals
that secret but subhliue yearning after
the tiue and unknowable God.
Dr. Alexander Maclaren recently
said: I remember once stnrlling by
the side of a l:Ltte Highiland lucia on
a eaiu autumn day. when all the
winds were still, and every birch tree
stood unmoved, and every twig was
reflected on the steadimst aiitror, into
the depths of which lHe.veu's own
blue seemed to have found its way.
Thai is wirit our heart" may be. if

children above 4 ,7 be helped
to coali0ue learn. SIBeera were
elected thaus-President and Vice-
Mr. Bailey, Mr. Leslie; 1teeetay,
Mr. T. $. Phillips; Treasurer, Mr.
Robinson, Librarian, Mitt Lawson;
Assistant Beesetaiy, Mr. Flemnou*Ig.
Mr. Buttenshaw will lecture at Mis-
psh on the 21st. A fuller report &p-
peers elsewhere.
Wancin! additional Women Teach-
ere : Sav la-Mar (Ch.,) Ven. C. ,I.
Davis, Sav-la Mar P. ; Pedre
PI'lais, lRv. C. T. Rickard, Southltield
P. 0.
Wanting a school : W. Uenry,
Riversdale P. O.

Should Ministers Smcke?

The Editor:
Sir,-Te M1:. Martin's reply to mine,
I 4L 4 L I I '. __ _

we Ilt C:.riit put His g-uarding nauld '9" ,U111: M" rT. ann1it ^&
round them to keep the storm off, exlil;it a Aisnd of spirit, can have in-
and h.1ve Him within us for our rest. slnacy with'*. "nes void of morality,
Hut the tanu who does not tuast Jevus cn be Juem el's of secret bocieties
is lik, thil troubled sea, which canoul which do not in 'the leaat make men
rest, but goes moaning round half better slissu-illy; but can he deny
the world, hoimeess andl hungry, roll that -ut'h is h te case ithl the majority
mnv and hla,axving, nionotuolits, aut. of our ,ii.isttsi. Is Mr. Man tiiii e-
Ve (cl tiw eful, ,'ilt ar,, biarrr. --tlhe iferJ l i "'g ei ?x :" or La;- hI IliscloseI his
.tle elliblelit of everv ~u l tli til 1its ieh_ titl. \\Ie uC ,oihl I h >ik that -a
lout I t.t i l to the i|e er'ifill (.,I, d l I stlr- \h 1h o ntinpt I to ( ut 1 li8
* C iome uni t Me all ye tha;t lib u sil ii cl t o lei e till e i e ts to .te I;ulli.t,
adar ,- ieavy ladue, and 1 %idll gle :88 dh'ct itt T.Il ISiot fit r any r, Bs eC-
youn roe t itablle Society ; but becautie haI conduct
you ree. ma;y be reprthlensihle, does that prove
Mere profession only acts the rites, that estiDg bread is oI'jectionalds ?
real conversion rights the .uct. lThleie i no denying, that in .many
Scses, the use of tubaccoleaJs to that
One of the most natalhle American of drnLk.
prelates was B.shor Whipple, who has A young hristian, l-y imitating his
tlatey .ied. r is said b.at lu minitr in drinking a gla-e of wine,
study be had what is known as Jeffyr- died a drnn ad ubM quntlny; would
son's Deealogue hung in a prominent rt pt its rong fora .ma-
pluce. The rules read :-- water L arirk a glass of win ?
1. Never put off till to-morrow what MAr. MrtLn W-ys, "every CthArtias
a be dne to-da minister spends his ,oney in tbhe way
2.Never trouble others to do what wtich suits obd best." This I flay
you can do yourself. deoy."
you. Nver spend your money before oIj be so; but it is not in i0
you have it, out urnw-Aases.
4. Never buy what y)u do not want Every miiter ought to be a true
because it is ciesp. cbhri-tianu; but it ii not ao.
5 Pridbecause t s much cheap We glory in the fact that there are
5 Priderasts as much as hunger, in our itlrad, miristt-i s..* io are iper-
thirst, and cold. feet ensamples to the flock (%er which
6. We never repent of eating too feet eny are place to the flrk svr mirror
little, they are placed. Miuistrs \ ho mirror
ltl.Chrmit (ty-their 111 mnd q. lahing) to
7. Nothing is troublesome that we- i"rld ; while there nd.e othes wQ n
do willingly, do not me w orld ; while desere the othie of awho
8. How much pain those evils cost~ o not mre e .ser vethe e of
that never happen.n crtian miniter than %t tomeat.
9. Take things by their smooth/ inisters who are mere noney-hub.
handle. er, iuawrely professional asee.
10. When angry, always count t I Mr haS d5maS.
beforeyon-peak. didm not.say; nor mdanto t ly t* we
o n -S m ofetded at a minister weariag
The cream of society seldom risesoutlOW I askd(in
on the milk of human kindness-. t s ,m
one oonceive of esUN in
S things, showing thereby, that
S qneaoun wa" sba ample, and out
The Schools. ntkAw
-- Nr. Martin aeeue me of not kiow-
The Santa Cru J.U.T. at its annual ing what it is to be a eftisan. '
meeting week before last Friday, Mr. I say agn, that i smoking was the
N.. Seat l singi dMed -tou akd the-ofy obje-tfoabl eaturee i r
Governor to dial low the atend 'nistend olives c we woldr onhave a .
menu to Articles 114 and 1'l of tie lot, and no cause for complaint.
,rd 2 __ --I- I& an a *_ -n

lode or make it ls. or mesa pupil
over avrag- anduo w IS l, and &.
above that N eow o ers are Chair-
man and Viee, Mr. Seal, Mr. Smith,
8e4retary and Asistant, Mr. Lynch,
Mr. Hewitt, Treamrer,; Mn Hibbert,
Librarian ; Mss L Witter, Execn.
tive Council, Messrs. Pinock ad
Season. Thia was tore eleeotio 4ight
through. Mr. Bernard gave h~s le.
tare on Premelfgy. The Rules are
to be revised.
On tlbe same day North Mae-
-etai r met, Pnilp) Bailey in the
06t, Mes. Luomsden and Dell
-"bei*r left h s by Me .
Virtme and Gmrant Col ad Mr.
**lot-IM Nwn address frtm.
tbe Cuir &&lelent ad showed

ae tae$er o-ld neYte teim.a

In tteahe pr odeat on e ria

S on ee s.d under he new arraM
meat keep his Assistant. The Col.

Yours traly,
Feby. 28th, 1902.
[We should pmlat out' that sure.
r~spondet has ano groundfor bhinfwr.
eme that Mr. Martin si "Felix.*" 8nd
is not the ease-Ed. J. T.)

It will be rmmemhmd *iJ a

11 Omh~t, siltl~
aLAnezxplei"bU matq

new m Ad4aegi ~Mso
iso.&i i7g.h ?.

M~so, l,, I have.vq
WWSdd pea my p'rnolS.,a. e i





Test of the Lemes Acts vill, sw-40.
mo**rr Verses, 34,t85-0GI*en Tst,
Romr. x, 1o-Commestary Frepared
by Tev. D. M. Streams.
10@prft, 3 by American fie ApisdatMs)d
28. "And the angel *of the Lord spaKe
onto Philip, saying, Arise and go toward
the south." The previous verse says that
Peter and John preached the word of the
Lord in Samaria, and then, on their way
back t6 Jerusalem, preached the gospel
in many Wilages of the Samaritans. They
evidently left Philip busy in the midst of
a great work in Samaria, and while con-
tinuing faithfully to preach Christ a mes-
senger from heaven is sent to him com-
manding hiBm to leave Samaria and go
down to the desert way, which was be-


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A iWu.B5A. N'j~D pvI qj B


Dear Mister Edditer-I dis scratch
you dese tew line hopia you hasi do
two big copper fe tek it out o' poset,
whien eof oberyuody would do deo
saue de Government would get auff
berouten rob poorpeole.
Sir, I go;s yu week befo ta paper
Sas it pleas," me well. It sarbe me well,
bea de maJ prevent me from go ah
dBmk. Delady as was mmsottma down
weidanfe doe as oome to she was
bery amusil. I ak piem fei
galp me de riddle, hut she au me
so ay me is do man, whbe me got&
de ppe hol4Un iUna me ba.*'
O tepaper was ni readin.'
U da Gmubor did io wbat hi sbholda
d, Winte woldwaek dem pas a law
-is msk ebery 2e4ld man,/woman pick-
tf*k in do JAAICA TnB. It
wemlda mireabe de circulation o'
asmry 'rus de P _'' f a dePat
fs woia lay better, au.de
k__ o better aLtin II rmun D

Gabsor no Wa a man I iae out anl
des plaa-tell biom boat bat ball shab
ariokt match. Ab good, do Engleeshb
hk deolo demto pieces. bow de
Jmaie& buoy dem fe play when dew
eat too much pepper pot an' awfoo
mjam II bear dew say better fe tomac
popdan good bittle fe poil ; but de
English young men knows a trick
worth two o'dat.
I soed I would rite bout what de
Sebent day Exventis is doing fe bring
in fe dems millennium. But 1
doeWa't want no buck-hed business
so I will di- drop one word. Whbt
isde o o' takeaup id de 4
CeOmMI.dment. -t dena makir' a
m*ullyW4ame o'd 7th? Ef yon or
say e'. dem oaa" aslwer me, d
*aItion, I w-Ai, .& yoe four bita
S asW e fI mok a liWtle _muaj
oat o' me. Ien we can ct it #L,.
Yes, Sir, I1i$ a"lob6o'ewsfe rite
moe week, beMause waes yo-.h too
mah, 'ory li u. das e. Yoarwid
all d oenaplaits. i d

G;ee Islad.

"SIooper kiekcd whk- t caled him
a multe," said TwTam.
"H Mll, what i4W you expect?" asked
"I $she prettqey pMke-l of time
1Wg man wbo iwaspegklng 411&
".Well, I don't, wMt to bneb" he
replied; "tes she, tways gets sseft

Ju4ge: "Aud oyeur wife a (Im t
at aod ttek r intd with a c&?VI
Witness: -Yes, ir."
Jadgo: *Well. all have to ay i that
Jm ugt sto be very proad of her "
nin guamitl1y) 'Wlbis I
beuAglt this dog you .ild he was sples-
did fo rat.. Why, be won't toueh
"DO l ealert Well, isn't that
L fd for the rate?"
Tommy (pimpatiently) "I wish I
was Bobby YaVtr."
Mamma; But' Bobby hasn't any
dear little brother dad d*ters."
To y:; "'That's jAut whwe hea eo
lucky; bhe's O t obigW to be a good
"Your husband, thb general is a
brave mnu$," said le generate's wife
fried, "Theb say he has never falter

*'4.lyonce," corrected the general
wife; "that was when he was under
ordeZs to ire the cook."
There is a wellaatihentiated story
of a poodle lI Pans which was made
a I by it owner, beotb"ack o m
ft t Neat, and taatUfd to t it-
-'tlf ocslnet the hoss .1 wayoarers,
-pp. -

* Yes, I I al the fellows Jo tmhe
Splam for my rivals when I was eetrt- .At"W
tl d" r jI r T' A .
I ,Alnd yet you m ~ed tprl -
iqquired b entlaslastie fried. ,
Well," corrected the other, ptlawly, 1 i
if not seremly." I don't altogether
know about that, but I married --
Physician (lanatie awylum): "M. '"
Sbarpone was here to-day, ad'
nted he husband sent home sad
placed nade her care."
8operitwWem; 'Dd yo It hh Oni T
Physai.-: "No; he msad le wodd
rather stay here." &.
Snperinteadent: "Bpm I The a .
must be same" Horsekind.

Mr. Gadd (at the polU ta-s,:
y I aee hmat b ar v wo ar-
iSOtWd for benmking into my hou"e la
aptor (hbeitattinagly): Well, I
don't bkow. What do u watto
Mr. Gtdd-" Oh. there's oth aa

secret abou t. I just waeu too
out how be imasaged to get late
house without waking my wife."

A Plea for Tobacco.


When lonely in your humble eot,
Forsaken, by the world forgot;
What is it friend, that cheers
your lot
With I hunger gpawiag at the
bisat, .
You feel dejected d depre
What tis it that sweet a tl

Whba -and with her UsW
Broods 'er and checks all iMW'*
What s it that sweet hen fo
mate o? bao.


Whenchilly winds as with a dar,
Strike to the boxes and nuab the
What yan a grateful warmth tIa

The waketul need not court i

If he but, smokes, ad can obts ti
J. L .
Chapalton. ..

er 'Sawff". -
We have see a sauffboxmadeO .
amone the Beers captive in A .
Ut loMraowtnuely dM1 and anets
tag. Till you pull the lid ,.ha
balek, then a snake's head darts em
dri eas a pi !Into your finger. Qdtte

Prwent $tat% of Tbe do*pl
We shall -in one of our laext twi
ismes pfut. a article on the ab ve
subject from the pea of the fRev;,T.
ahbhamr o f 0a4 n,. .



Cats, Fowl






(Near Papihe Corner)

hursday, April 17th, 1902.

CatUe, hSeep, Pigs, Dogs, Asses, Goats,
s, Minor Products, Irade Exhibits, Flowers,
ork, Bchqol-children's Exhibits, Blacksmiths',
lotr and Carpenters' Work, etc., etc.

Mm 01..on the 34 ApiL

assuaweswas &** Aramassass
Admission to the Grand Stand ...1/-


App!y to JOHN BARCLAY, 4, Port Royal Street, Kingston.
or to CHASE. L. A. RENNALLS, Mavis Bank P.O.

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d ofth eL The "Clo0o by correspondence.
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THE SEVENT14 DAY ,sts, t do t4 keep Ntr .a- 'TEWU ERW AS r.AILURtS.' onli, tQioalry. Tie .* --
day oor God Friday, yet they ealu ave now made a wine aad kindly
ADVENTISTS. Nteuselveshrisotian. They are Jews A PIERCE ATTACK move to meet the case of. the m
sad Christiasa all at once We find BY OBSERVER., and women who are anstin to pro-
parts, hene it Is a compound thing, To he Editor: who have little money comparatively
To (e Editor. and no compound religion ern carry a Sr Allow Oe to speak on a class of to put by. In this class are many
man to heaven. Teachers through your valuable paper honest hardworking yeoman, smu
Sir,-Perambulating in the field of Judaism was a perfect religion given Ceoiain of thbis lao can be known as et tlers, tradesmen and women t work,
Gospel Truth, I find the 8 D. A. are to the Jews, and yet they did not, and temebers anywhere. First, one notices to wtum the new concession will some
ia great error, as dome hzs erred from could not keep it as they should hav'. the effeminate style he sports, with ac a boon. I lie rates for 50 are ex-
the Truth. With a hich and mighty dne. Christanity was given to both his eye-glasses, his great oleriabl collar, cly half ,se for t 20 ears
hand these people are fighting gaint Jews and (ieatUles, and yet both wikh keeps his head so stiff that it b n 1. ed.s yearly. We t hope
k God. Iwish to kuow if they really Nations. orrnpted iQ and it eot tewk him qatt ee minutes to turn aing E d. yearly. We hopes
know what the Bible "is, and if they thousandsolmen, women and children, rolad when siled. Then to hear him ministers, teachers d magistra
do, how, should they read it, and how hav laid down their lives to king th w with additional l aid in seeing that the attention
the Bible is divided, and the name of e lsh the Reformation. rds 1 Ah, indeed, just so," and of the eo e int e.
each part. Secondly. what im the The *. D. A. go about to explain thi of the sort is quite disgstg dwn to th excellent tep.
Divtne Authority of the Bible. I also the Soriptar. to others just as igno to me. These are teachers on whom
wish to know if it is the book for all rant as themselves, hence it it the one never noticed one dot of stopiditv
Christians toread, orif it wasmad e by blind leading the blind, both mut fall or' elffnaey. Teachers who elaim U DU MEY
S. D. A. for theme lives. into the ditch, and it is from ignorance the title of M. A. and B. A.. Others WU-amPH 5
I wish them to prove to me. that which makes one bhnd, an. it Se cannot even keep up intelligent con /
- alH ObriKtS 3 8oleeiee 4. ve otthe iennrance that cause *Ie Seven Days versation for half an hour. They Ui 31W W
markof the Beost, what chbiter and Adventist to Itrry wttthrot a rin -cananortn4a oamthatthey are mak-ing imm
verse in it to b found, and what This proves that the Seven Day A themselves exhibits to the general 1Pr~ AI IAA Te. i&aBrlm,
chapters and terses show that only the Ventitts never read the Hl'wory of ihw public; and try to improve their E&lu .. i=glm eUMU
Seven Day Adventists are going to Jews, their manners and customs ; all tonal abilities. Many will agree with C- CA OAT. Gainry. ai s eM s
heaven after their death, or Trans!a- civilized enlightened, ana religious me i'n saying its all fact. Others wont. D
tion; and what is the colour of the nations in rtarriage give their wives a But theycan write any comment on 3o=M1 1W1 B,1Do -r-si.
mirk of the Beast. A4 I believe it ring in token of the-Covenant and love this. -" As the anvil is not afraid of I g | gI"*
is only those people who when they in which they have joined, "ut as the hammerr" I would say do away P.F. COUC. livaeTM. WhA-1.lowm.
are married wear no ring that have Christians we see the meaning of it, with sucli inferior teachers, they are cO iarrhea. Dvy.tery.
the mark of the Bea~t, for by not why their wiveq wear no ritg, and only stumer of education. Female 0.O. Prevent. MlsCAKKlAGK.
wearin- a ring they are expoedl to o (ldent an rpectable man would teachers ill show their more sutIes p. CU KIDE LADDER DIBORDBRB
1inrnorlidty. I believe the Tea Corn mi"rry wi lhouu gi vi ng h r w ifo a ring. rul train n lavi tnhee other ,e*nthl- 1 SKIN DIgEASBR, Mange. Er.ptems,
mandenu s were handed down to the I have only tolneheie on these out en to the goodr,8Bss of the plough, cuRiK AUl'ers, Oeae Carnct.
Jews, and the Fourth Commandment ward topi' as I have not heard froii soon others will find that to be a cas Indi estion. Soeh sea ers.
like the ceremonies] Lhw, would cease then, but in my next letter, I will Le teacher, mut. not dlept nd on eye- 2&t.eaek:8tableOaeTeas aBook.ft.M
when, the new Dispenaation wase open-ng my full correspondence with glasses and clerical collars. But on a, in 0S.. ar. wSm. a& Jao
established. We are not living under them on Scriptural ground, where' apan's naturalgentility and educational Bst-Nw rk. VAeTmaa Is ma.Ab r Me
the Jewish Dispensation, but the they must either stand or fall, for it ability.-I am etc., OBSERVER.
Gospel's, therefore it in a gross error to is very painful to Christians to see how Feb. 3th, 1920. NERVTOUS DEBILITY,
turn Christianity into Judaism. Oar bth people ate the Chl ViTAL wW E agB g
8. D. A. doctrine shows that no man Sabbat,, n working on the I .rds o t rs t.rAto S
known when our Lord was born for Aday billing buse, digging their An Exoelftnt Move. anwd Mrostrat u, v -
Swa oT n te 2 of Dee runds, ctt canes, boiling 6agr work or other oau
ibar. a w e mh wa t eSd 1`9 5 b ari ng ..MMi .. c .r.yigg pro ....ios-._im 4B.100 lass ... ..y -----.......
S rose before the third day, th, eore u for marlt, ad otbhr tings, in a inMti L usurm'ee o ......s&^
one an po thaote it ws H Tere Christian Island.-I am, etc. e, Mmaj efested. It M d id Y IS U per S ,
fore that as no one can prove those SANTA CRUS. oulAsioaally efect 850 insurances, but "s LWm Ls Mea


8 Day Clocks, only 9s. 9d Prim us- tovcs,. .

INo LSmoeS
No 0

Best Groceries in
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.. A umn on Aarawbod emo-d*

Alovjpa*4 A silesMOWf railway

Turys ~uJCLI oua tothe Grash
Chm.IOi. V1. igI
3b,0~) ~llns.tiut;4, 3,000 toss
'a-Of WatO fall 'min year on an sam of
Tlsritiibai4 duty wis paid last year
ons OUw two million" packs of borne-
W& H 1ra4.h pilxig cards.
The ppor ofTh14ii~a rieeive over III
mnllL;, earlyfrom tho Government.
In100 1PO iver was worth 47k4. an
fn*un.;ow li~t 6woMtb 274L ap Opwse
New Zcalgtd Tr*PO Uw e sboop in
the iaeiohf Soth Airles ightUg
In &an"tatmpt, to n"shwit~h4,00
settle LKA4 *0 eke B MtImbe Owd I
am* 1 J4lAV es attle, 16 mean 0-
IthlisamW to be moving 4.tryt
to bi in~fabot poeae."
~m 79ButsCaptfit&,, 104 suaadr.,
twu weeks 610in~
TMOTh uIOUL l1"86 Of the Wfrr


CNF:. ld jtwzg theg tjoy of a'=-, MIS "MY Ld'JUM, "ZAZM.L 90 _= -
who hiw been reclaine4 fir, FURD*. 4 XVR* &tSON SOLZ AGENTs. YORK," and "ST. PAUL," sai eVerM
drin I uz etiaKatn u~ Wadnesday from New York lor South-
wwrking in-the aoeiai

illustrations, includiung one of Pots IIENe YOU SAVEon TA TE =E .o
of SpfiTruiad An aprrio H O _V A T-
douin, eWft!4Plcky work iii St. Lucia. ILA x Ltd
V~rCrwsp~inai te'Y VtV 7~Fortn~ightly Sei %ice beween Jamaict,
~ ~ Ferinuda, Turk. lftland, and Halifa,,
suob~la twftdffdearrying Freight and Pqaseenger&
5'' =10ashfpping through to tntalr of c
Y Caadaand United Kingdom .-

*I~r~ Royal street..o for ri~k'.i lm.tx$m rit-

part.Ef~ULLI Ja

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perienoe i.te Shetland 14indsd I&sa B~Q$ ~ C N T N S R N .~SRI ERM&NW T 1

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ha's KWWUt.o fort.-

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Wiltlu iT' iTHE
try ha1"Ro4 44I~f 0~ %
OWqar sig emoourwgsd by Govern -2Nw-

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show. FkuraMtu MANish Nowh thearI R
IUA~ 611unonor mee
1..~~W Aw York bnU 4A

havw etifl !,e AOn ~ 'aha tbn :.
musaranT"~ (hs King)s Coronto Io hhe be*anetaps tneawej A* RAL EAR
Course* g ~,~~ ~ btw AT bn ~4 Eer Aaia "1 aitoHgt B EST~ aa M t, a a' BOD J~ RINOW A3
Qeural ) Wt'.Si~hana Daly Spi'n id toc '~I Slmou. O eM.hp~iI~~meutwhav j M~A~ TOORDa. E1
2~arV ~J0 Soea li(h ge a eilsfrtaeln oai at fept'e.b tmrtaisato. Iq9KNiS.
Lem. 1 t1W.~tcii jteIln.lt~aco eln 3 o irh~b orr
Pein 4ZAD ISUk.R

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IyStock of HUs& Brsb.-s,P6b*bs, U115IWdI Rd4 &meU~I. -
Vatlo~s C esTelt ~" ELERDNKPSuTERa&-Co.
poiwdmers, t., Is *gob 6,4ae ivarid
than it is possible to Indkett.-here, Jinmacas and Bristol wryln
V1w need o go&of" WI HIS MAJESTY'S MAILS.
AWoaselueyou can find at ml WSOM g ovMc"
=macty what yuWant,mand im wee KIL S.~PW (3N, al
-Po ow, tiat twill surrim, ym f rom. Kingston Mitrch 00th at 4 P.m
AWBownemberis also, that I Quuket ru& to EnAuniad
fa a fAl ghs St000& specally'built for the

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8.81. -"Dujmv. salsto ontports n3
F~AMOUS SCOTCHI W H I$K Ye Tus"&y, Mam11th, at 7 &m.
IL 'Mw Temns 110 440astA pt

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The Luosizaivs Cluca


' I... Aftemnoo= Teao..L
FROM ...............4 TO 5.30.


The New Tax Bills were readsa first
time, and the Appropriation Law.
The Vagrancy Law passed the third
reading Mr. Macmee will protest
against it. Several other matters

i ----- were postponed.

SCounext meeting to reambled t Appropriat 2 p.m on Conne adjourned till Teday t
ion Law he e ds Moved by Mr. Olivier, econded by
present were Messrs. M ee, Joh- Mr. Stern, the voe pased, t king
stwon rimmods, Cork, Webb, Middle- the King's Government and specially
ton, and Levy. -There were no Mr. Chmberlin fcr their service
questions. Notice was given for the iu getting Bounties abolished.
i next meeting to read the Appropcla- Council adjourned till Tuesday 11At
tion Law the first time. This is the 2p.m.
Law that sanctions the fortbhoming
year's expenditure. To read a second
time the Amendment of the tampleas Excuse.
Law. To introduce (by Dr. Johnston) P ease xc e.
J An Industrial Societies Law. By Mr. ...-. -. ..a.-.#...--

U .... ... Vur readers are asfed to excuse one
-- -- Webb to ask if purchasers of Crown or two irregularities and omissions
4 Tab le cld OtO. If you want a good serviceable Lands had not been told that they in to-day's isnie, as we have had
would have the land ftee of taxes for some unexpected difficulties to worry
DINNERS......... oking Stov ten years. By Mr. Olivier that through tisweek.
-_ go o- the Council record its gratifica-
NOTE-Tea and Dinners will also ATtion at the approaching abolition
NOTE.-Teas and Dinners will also of Bounties, and ,1Mr. Chamber-
be served on the Terrace. MODER "ATE PRICE. lain's effortK in that direction. By Death.
--- Mr. Middleton that enquiry be mande
NN-,-\I'kITE OR ( ;O T(); into the establishment of the King A gupst died at Myrtle Bank during
Fisher L heads n (ener il Commiioners. to try P ay nilit.1 1er R0e was
Ii o plan a lrnre economical administra- Mrs M:rie Svissmn ,,f New York.
19 tion; that a Committee of enquiry be She came down with her si-ter a week
S OfllEB FAIL M I FOLLOW. [LIMITED.] appointed with Mr. Olivier as Chair- agto. having been hurriedly ordered
man. South on account of an attack of
iENT' Under Flannels at 2s 6d to f lfl1'S Kd GS f Mr. Olivier ,hen formally moved the pneumonia She had scarcely left her
'T each. KINiGSTON.frst reading of the Bill to impose the room since h e arrival.
Khaki Riding Breeches at 7a 6d, 10s K. new Pioperty Tax. Its provisions are
to 16a. Here is a List of Brgains in Cookilg substantially those recommended by
Gents Office Jackets at 2s 6d Ranges: the Select Committee which were- To Correspondents
Youths Khakit altsi (long pants) at 7s. su mmatised in last week's TIas. --
Do. Tweed 8ait ditto 9s, 12s, f18, *, No. 6 Dover, to burn Kingston is hQwever excluded from DoMAN-Verses next week.
and2' 0s wood or coal ... 5 Its operatito. The I me d Poltl l T
Gent's White Drill Suit at 9, 10s, 7 Do. do. do ... 70 TaX of course lie ontid this Bill, but LITTr r LONDON-Your letter r
and 12s. "8 Do, do. do ... 90 Mr. Olivier indicated that Government Educating Girls Li next itsse.
Do. kbkld Drill nuitas 1, ls2 & ,. 6 New Rival, do. q' i! wan prepared to carry through the" SNw~- Hlu,-The letter appeared.
Boys Coating Suits (short pants) at 4s. o d do complete Programme. The Com in our city edition.
Gent's Straw Hats at Is, Is 6d, 2s, 7 Do. do. do. .mittee's proposal was in brief to re- y
2s 6d, 3s, and 4s. '" Do. do. d. .. 1151 lieve the small settlers but not to in- J. J. STEWArT TOWN.-Will appear
Gent's Summer Undershirts at 1s, *"' Avon, .. ... 5 crease the burden on the big lad- in City editon. Many thanks.
Is 1d, and 2s. g* /Do ... ... 115/ owners. The Income and Poll Taxes ST. ANN's BAY-In City Editition.
Gentsd Tan Leather Leggings at 7s. 11(/ were to make up the deficit. The
and lOs10 6d. "7Palos11. l(/ Government had hoped to have its
Yankee Nickel Watche" at 4/6 "8 Bronx .... 120/ Valuation returns completed by Feb. More Falmouth Notes.
TheYankeese prices do inat 4/6ude Pots. 28th and thun have definite data to More Falmouth otes.
Johannesburg" Felt Hats at 6s to 7s go qn in this Bill, that is to say to
Reliable W. P. Coats at 18s to24s. A set of fiUingu can he upplie-t. know ex*etty what was the g os Monday was Confirmation here of
Men's Pyjama Suits at 3s. an7 of the above stoves at 30/ per ,et value. The returns however were quite a nie Tot of candidates, 65, am.
F. CHAS. FISHER- still incomplete. St Elizabeth still eluding .some from Lichfield who were
21 King Street. owed returns for 2,000 holding. St. prepared for Confirmation by Mr. B,
Mazry and St. Ann were very beak. rAw. Every year of Confirmatte
wIr; St. Andrew ana 8t. Thomas Mr. Grew brings up his little bad.
TilAI O [(Small displayed advertiees -were also backward. It might be Itwas pleasgtasight to seme a& e she
UI U aore inserted under this head at better tu wait till the returns vere lot some old h who we eve
rete of Gd. for every t teen ty wor.i ,ead complete, but if that were done came asa result of Canon Harty's
d. for every te words dtio0ft":j Council would have to be asked to able mission of last ye.r.,
10 n WnRmm 0 TKnmi n .to re enact the Provisional Taxation Tt is almost too bad to insertjust
18* IT Mllmfl .rED and Black Llandovery St l"ed last year and thaos provide ter so good work as the ,rst, the
and all other kinds of Ja m ey to carry things through 90. breaking of Mr. A. G. Dellsr
Oe Brarft inf I .Paiama, d Hay tier tn W. C. W Mr. Coik suggested that time should place of business sometime last eek.
uHE Library of the lam Rev. T. P. 3 i s .Ln Kingston V be given to get the people's opinion on The person or persons who did this
Russell is now offered for sale. this matter. The views of the me. seem to have contemplated a feast as
Call and inspect the Books. No rea- 7' ber of Council who were not on the they stole a little flour, some salum
fle _rtefued. BEE-1 Pend a Weey wpr eltCowsom
oabe M. REElIend a Copy of otaittee should ,iQ be got. an d rdines.
stampandsuggested Cnllmight adjourn r ee in the latIer of as
of every .script.ionand bes- quality eri, a 1 e S W. till Thursdaythiv lltgiflvg an "P'1 ons-teBrand o. wt "a
:halk, Coloured at ditto ditto AKarr.... ". .
Peal~ aot 2/3 to 1/per rtoss special orferon sheet a "e"; encUl adjourned till 11 *.m. on We were much In n.e .
Pea at I/to 4/6 pgro et. ved by plasL t y. --e m *o lnoed here- last Wek
with ,^--N FwToN _. ^ ^i.,Je^ wotM ^,a s1 o Whin no PWtal Ordem
LeadPencilea t 11,3 2/6 doznA i..
Slate Pees t antd idL w perboxof **lb"*ry ,e W t U,Sth .e Poo .he mew bb h Mh t th O
100o. bThis is not the fisrt to e Wis
Beat Hou in Town for Stationery. "TTAL TOJAMA THURSDAY. hia occurred. sati
Strand Magaine 6d. Why pay more oe.. le in were Me tn Ing on
at other plesseent ere .e- s. aen hlytInge no*
Address o er- cad bebought fro.v Ly, Vickers and they are the least wanb
THE BOOK STEWARD, S ho uld ts 7 t I "monds.
l*Ohs'o mh St.. Klduston. should .t tbsea. -..
WumA5~kmm -.- I, s

Wf i

Thae tHIN C -
A good Commission o rat Premi- .

SDake St., Kitpton. e a

&1~tgr~'. *&iP4*V6 office,

-~~~~& Wfats.FUK 44R~E Wo VpAT* W4m



41r __ 9tb



Supplement to the Jamaica Times.

There was a meeting in the forenoon
on Thursday at which Sir Alfred
Jones t-tt tie Agricaltursal Board and
Society. The Governor presided and
those present included, most of the
elected ineilers, the Archbishop.
Messrs. Barclay, A. W. F&rqnharson,
Pinnoek, Somers and Bakes.
The meeting was to discuss certain
points in the working of the Line that
were proving unsatisfactory. It was
made plain that Sfr Alfred had kept
to his contract, but the question was
could it be modified.
The small settler complained of
want of facilities to ship
Too Archbishop pressed this point
and alse the complaint that fruit soot
to England was someetimes so long in
getting to ,mariketiht-itspoilt.
Mr. Cork supported this. and Mr.
U. deMereadu o,aplained that
shippers could not get through bills of,
Mr. Shore complained that Bristol
was not good port to' export to.-
Planters liked to send their produce
straight to London.
In reply Sir Alfred said the contract
was being carried out; that was the
first and great poiut. He saw
from the first a large Company would
be needed to make the trade a success.
He promised to remedy the Bill ot
Lading trouble. Bristol he considered
the best port To the small settler
he could only say make sure of your
market and sell in Jamaica. He was
willing (in reply to Mr. Gideon) to
take up the Northside as soon as bhe
sawlmoney in to doing. He did not
think the big steady supporters ot the
Itae sLouid be interrpted by the -u ,:
eertala shipments of te mall man.,
Sir Alfred was thanked and wished
bon voyage.
All Kingston almost turned out to
wee Sir Alfrd Jones off by the PArt
Antonio. The pro:nnade. deck was
crowded with our notabdilies nattl
four o'clock, when -the aeam- bell
cleared the ship. Mr: Jones was the
hub of this throng. He. shook hands
with everybody, and all sorts and con.
editions of men accepted of the bonours.
The knight looked none the worse for
his four days of functions and waved a
hearty .oodi.ye as the vessel moved
off from the wharf to the cheers of 'the

I(NT6. w. L CA"LX 00., LTD.]
A Chamberlain boom is on, helped
by the triumph of his policy re aboli.
tio of Boustie,, and the rise of
Bristol ass a result of hu treatment of
the West Indian Fruit business.
wussia, with turbulent students,
s0o of whom are in prison; Italy, with
.... ... t *he have, burnt thtts K_
buildinUs of Casuso. and faced the
troops, ad France with agitatiols in
PaiLs which the police had to smash,
eauwrestfully. ^pai mis quiewr
Ireland. excited b tbe League.-more
ad more th eateu0g.
ClThe ro awb nd tumble goes on in
Colombal tween Governmnt and
nbels. A big law is being raised
from friends, or supposed friends of
the latter. Colosmbia has shown her
power over the Company that watse
so sell the Panama Canal to the
United States;. and uggeests favouring
France instead. The Committee in
the States in view of this recommend
dropping the purchase, lest it involve
alw sa2lt. -
A Liberal League with sisenery as
President, Asquith, Grey, und Fowler
as Vice Presidents is aiming at organ.
an opposition. Rosebery is to
Its policy at Glasgow next
Japan hat burst into joy peans over
the treaty with England. Naval
' manCeuvres of the Allied Fleets in
Chies, waters are te come off, and
Japan will be prominently represented
at the Coronation.
The best news from South

( Africa is that .the Concentration
'* amps aic now healthy I among
60,000 perons in a month 55 died
As we fortold the Fri,'oe of Wales i
cut the first sod of Bristol's 2,000,0)0 J
dock on Wednesday, and inspected o
our newly arrived fruit.
Minor items of news tell that
Kitchener,' Connaught and Wood are v
likely candidates for tho vacant,'Field a
The Baldwin Arctic Expedition is b
doing well. S
Va4 Horse's Cuban Railway is being
156,000 is to be London's contrli-
bution to Coronation erxpnses. t
Rhodes Is again reported as i!L
Both informs Kruger he is game to I
fightbht on.
The Nova Scotia Bank opens W
Turkey declines to repay Miss
Stone's ransom. t
More horses even than 13,000 s
empthly are wanted In Africa. I
Marconi has German rivals; andtV
at pr~epnt cannot establish stations ln
1,200 Boer prisoners (penal) are to-'
go to the Seychelles.

The Commercial p
We dr-,ct attention to the fact E
that Mr. Joe DtCosta's well known
establishment has "received the usual I
supply of delicacies by the English V
steamer. 1


Overflow Jamaica.

All hotels are crowded to overflow-
ing with tourists. Many arriving by
the Orinoco yesterday were unable
to get botel ,ceommodetion and ie-
taraed to theship. This a teeod
sease '

Slazengerts offer .
Tennis Prizes
Mr. E. L. Slazenger, of the fame
Slazenger firm of tennis racquet
makerss, was recently in Jamaica. On
leaving he gave instructions to the
sole agent of the firm here, Mr, E.
Astley Smith of the Sporis Depoj to
arrange a tennis competition. To the
winner's the firm will present three of
lbet--r famous Doherty" racquets.
Before he left Mr. Slaeuger was ad.
vised by cable that the tennis bails of;
his firm have been accepted for play
in the All England Lawn Tennis #Pse-.
ciation Champiobahip. It is claimed
for them that they are the best tennub
ball in the world.

A New Company.
The Jamaica Manuiacturng an4
Trading Coy. Ltd. is a new orgasm-.
ti It for it immediate object
the making of bread and bkicu e*I
the most modern lines. An x-K
Swoaad wle a forme'4
over ten thousand share ha ve e
subsmribed for. The capital of
vomp&.By Is 9.OOO d0uidtv ita 80,
sharesm of five shillin esah. Thee'
seeking s*arese pay Is. d. on apli
tion and the balssce wil be calleduw
at intervals uf a mont itn In,
amounts. Mr. W. Oarcia is
moving spirit and several well-
mea are to form the directorate. '



In addition to our ,


B foni"1

. lBIfn

of Best Quality Lumber, we arBncw selling Good NOK'rTi
a for Cash.

Kotn Dnum4 Partitiou Z05 CA.
SBtto oughI oa Y D, s onS .



'---. Quips. The Tourists Delighted.

We don't often have two (I&) nights Mr. E. A.tley Smith, of the Sports
n one day in Jamaica. Sir Alfred Depot, has probably met more tourists
suncs and Sir Thomas IHughes came this last month or two than any one
on Monday last. man ins Jamaica. To learn their im--
-- pressions a TIMES man had a chat
His Excellency wrote expressing with him this week.
egrets at his inability to be present, "The tourists" said be, "are without
it the City Council's reception of Sir exception delighted with the natural
Alfred on Monday. We understand beauties of the Island. Charmed is
he could not be there because he the only word that will describe their
Wras't asked. condition. They sing the island's
--- praises in dur Information Bureau and
The City Conneil bhad a rlerk wait- when they get back home they
ng at Port Royal for two days so write in glowing language of timirre-
that they might present heir address collection of the island and acidentally
f welcome to Sir Alfred before the many of them thank us for the pains
Merhebat's lnrebhage That's enter- at which we had beae to failtate
prise I their movement. Dr. J. Wilbur
s Chapwa who made snouhb a favourable
The msjority.of de member of the impression here some weeks ago,
Kerchant', xehagos did not think writes that his stay in Jamsaic was
hat Jama&ca conid stand a banquet one of the happiest-times of his exis-
o Sir Alfred in these hard times. And tence."
et when it was announced t*he trouble "Many complaints?"
Ma Bat to b6ot disre but te Ieep them "None practically, though many had
out. mide suggestions. The one lack of
onr city which has been commented
CRICKET on over and over is that There s
Nothing whatever to be done in the
BaNNKT'8 MEN AHEAD GRENADA. evening. There are BO amusements,
no walks, no drives.-nothing. The
On Wednesday the English Team proposal to have a marine promenade
played in Grenala and St Vincent along the harbour shore to Harbour
.ho batted first and made 87. The Head hat met with commendation.
Edglishmen made 214. Bosanquet's Such a promenade would be almost
bowling wa s deadly. ideal with a band on moonlight nights
Grenada followed on and making and mould be a decided attraction to
08 were beaten by un innings a d the city. It has been suggested that
9 ruus. Myrtle Bank hotel should have some
A tsUGUEKSTION. rowing boats and a fresh water sim-
Some 50 or 60 is likely to remain as ming bath. The tourists speak highly
he balance from the Fund raised here of the courteens attention they receive
o meet the expenses of the English at all hands. In this connection we
rarm's visit. It has been suggested 'have done our very best through the
o us and we tLink the idea worth Tourists' Information Bureau and we
masidering 'that thine might be used would like every tourist to know that
a securina the services ofMr. Brown, .it is entirely his own fault if bhe does
ib English profeesonal now -ers not take advantage ot the facilities we
Sfor the Kngston 0. C. alone, but' plae'at his disposal without charge of
iy so arrangement through which all any kind. .
4"rleading club sight benefit. King.
we know is making special ar- St. Paul's Concert.
~ menrt with Mr. Brown but it -
be better for;the leading clubs 4 full notice and criticism of this
aet unitedly. Sacred (~ucert is held over till next
week. Meanwhile we may say ar-
TRADE NOTICES. rangements were excellently trade and
carried through. The programme was
TIE COOKING ANIMAL." a good one. The finest numbers be-
This is a definition of man. He ing Mr. deMontagnacs "Abid- With
lone cooks. And on the good nes Me," Mr. Royes "There is a Green
r badges. of his cooking depends Hill Far Away," violin solos by Mr
uneh of his bappilfss. A Yond Hamilton, and organ solos, very beau-
oking range is of paramount im. fully played Ly Mr. Holtts. Miss
stane and to get one you should FOd alsoang well, and the eboir
to the tronmongery establishment pecll in the second anthem was
itW. 8. Johnson and Co. The list splendid .
O their stoves, their capabilities
id prnee appear in our advertising Our readers in Jamaica and in the
ims., Housekeepers should know West Indies generally will be inter-
5rw to seau when they want such, eted to know that the organ at8Lt..
gs. To Sending mention this Paul was built by Mr. K Steinke
It I the sixteenth put up by this
T^'* _clever builder in Jamaica. This gen-
AN AMERICA. PAPER. tlemaa is both an enthusiastic and
r*s Ir .. .7 To. e very skilful Organ Builder and as we
L. I ..r 171 TOw. hve before remarked he follows tbe
iet KCingeton, will r end free to excellent plan not only of employing
iL one Sending id for poqtage, a native workmen but of using Jamaica -
of a fine Amerna newspaper., material. The Rav. Mr. Davidson re-
imd a. olbe wr i -tthe- T-msg 'terred1 the excelleDnce f4 -the instra-
--. .--,, ..... B n P-ent at the close of the Concert and
CANADIAN RAZOR STROPS. *id that the builder had put heart and
-te Coi.tdlan Warehone, '29 King soul into it. But the best praise of
eet, is offering Canadiar Swing the lnsetrnmnt is to hear it played
Mr SItrops at the very low price The following are particulars of its
me sktilling ea e1 They are cloth build.
aWe side and leather on the-other Diapason 8 feet, 54 pipes, spotted
Like most things Canadian metal.
very- 0ood.n If you use a r aor, Priniepal 4 feet 54 pipes, spotted
,ied0one. metal.

Supplement to the Jamaica Times.

Double flute 8 feet 54 pipes, minaho 8 d I found the 4ate locked. he leed on being spoken to jnli'ed-at
gany. 'iultd nriot oen j IL. Slom one \up.r.ed Mlr. Coke and struck her, also biting
Hwett ; ;topperftauss 8 feet 12 pilpes- tiheUl t,'.t d',L ui li__ lit lic a the third finger of the right hand se
cedar. Ktili ltik:ed lie was calle
Violin Diapasnon feet 42 pilpes, t i" 1.,y to ex:uinel the luck. It was Monitp -iier.
spotted mntetal. b,,okn ; thei toilgu i. (i\all gone. The Ktin,-'toii Park is itself again,
Ganba 8 feet 42 pipes, spotted Cross examined : It. lsi, not, require and remains open till 10 p. iu. It is
metal great forc.., to bre4k that lock. A lighted by 10 W\\'elbach gas lamps,
Dulceana 8 feet 42 pipes, spotte.J weak maii mni-ht break it. (rT the each of 301) candle power. Tlhee
uietal. courtt. ) llf ne er broke Tany lock were first lichtei on Monday night,
Picolo 2: ft '5t pipes spotted metal. yet? He left 'that to revenue run- *,l'hen there was quite a function run
Pedal oi-an Buurdon 16 feetL27 pipes ncrs and hurplars. 'The piiuntilrs lay the City Councillons and watchuld
Cedar. ( se was closely. by a large avd delighted crowd.
Couplers great to pedal. For the defence Isaac Williams The F-:rsythe Brothers of Porus,
Couplers swell to great. stated he went to executW a warrant accused of setting fire to their store,
The double flute was heard to great on the plaintiff on the 20th Novem n ire committed to stand their trial at
advantage with a compliment oa thte ber.. He knocked and a child came Machbester Circuit Court, June 3rd.
swell with the dulceans. This flute to the door, dodged behind it and Bail 50 each.
has a double labium. Thers is only one locked it; he went back to the gate The Kingston Alligator has been
other such flute hare and that is in and found the chain, thrown over shot.
the organ at CokeChapel, into which it the pins of the gate, raised this, Barrister Hector Josephs was ini-
was put by Mr. Steinke. With the fine threw it aside and went in, he met titled at Kingston Lodge on Wed.
pressure of the new organ ie effect Mrs. Clarke and told her he had the nes*ay.
was admirable. warrant to levy for the water-rates. Mr., Alfred Jones, director of ElA.
She went to the gate and in the D. KEkead Ltd., is booked to leave
schoolroom and after fumbling in Blisto' by the 8. 8. Port Royal on
ST. ANN'S BAY. the sehotlroom brought out a lock the 15th inst.
and charged him with breaking it. Mlr.J- yden,. druggist dry goods
THE BAILIFF AND THE LOCK. She stai lie can take the whole and grocery store at Vaugiansfield
--- house if lie iked fle ak., l,-'to we trrit l st month. A reward of
In the Court on Monday before Mr. sign a paper that he might leave 10 is offered (for the capture of the
1. R. Reece 1i. M. an important case the levy but she refused. incendiary.
was heard. J. 0. Clarke vs. I. Cross examined : When I found the A young man at Vaughansfield
Williams, (Revenue bailiff) and E 1H. door half open, I didn't go in he lately took Is Cd to a reputed obeah-
Baines, Collector of Taxes for break cause I didn't want to deal roughly. mran and asked him to catch a thief
ing the lock of an outer gate. I don't know if the chain was fasten- who was taking his yams. The
Mr. J H. Allwood represented the ed? I told the Collector that Mr. Obeahman" took the youngster
plaintiff and Mr. Clough, the de Claike keeps his g ate locked. Coun instead tied and lashed hiam. Our
fendants. sel also aiked if witncs, had not correspondent says so prevalent is

Mr. Clarke .aid, on the 20th rimorn w itteni a'.iiist Mi larke to his
ing of November 1901 his gate wa\s minister and suggested lie had broken
locked, and he went to his business. the lock in revenge.
At nine, Williams came for some rates Mr. Joseph Ogle knew that Mr.
due. Mr. C promised to send to the Clarke's gate is Eatravs locked well.
office and at 10.15 sent a portion of the A chain on the board of the fence
rates and got a receipt. At 11.40 he is thrown over the gate when it i
heard that Williams had broken the not, locked. If the gate is looked
lock of the gate and entered to make and one pushed it, the lock not the
a levy. lHe found lock broken in com- staple would break. He did not see
pany with another person. He Williams go in the place on the
* claimed 10 damages. 20th. He was busy. Two other wit.
Croessexamined he said, Mrs Clarke ness were called.
looked the gate. I did not examine it, The lawyers addressed the judge.
but Mrs. Clarke tried it after locking. Mr. Allwood submitted three points
The things levied on cost 2 2s. and cited authorities to support them.
Mrs. Clarke s&id: she found Mr. 1st. The case had bern clearly
Williams downstairs and asked how, proven against the defendants. 2nd.
he came in ? He said, through the They neglected to serve a notice acs
ga.te; and she saw the padlock open cording to law that they would
and broken. Williams denied breaking contest the breaking of the lock.
it. She presented the lock to him, 3rd. That after some portion of the
to look at it, but lie would not. money was paid the warrant should
Cross examined. It was between have been withdrawn and another
11 and 12 o'clock, I tried the lock issued.
after locking the gate in the morning. The R. M. simply said, Willihms
Williams wanted me to sign a was an old pplicemnian. who left the
I refused, because I have a husband. force with a clean sheet He is lion
I aid, as a British subject, I shall ourable and won't lie. If he were
seek to know whether you have a mad then he would break the lock.
right to break my lock." Judgment for defendants and cost.
Doris Clarke said with another
child she went to the window and TABLOID OF NEWS.
saw Williams shaking the gate until
the lock broke. From Ocho Rios we learn of a meet
Crok examened : Williams had. a ing of the Shareholders in connection
stik, the windows were opened. I with the Anglican Church. The
cannot tell the len of time he wa Chairman was Mr. E. Harrison. tn-
at the gate. Mrs. Clarke accosted him teresting recitations were given by
about the breaking of the lock in our the children of the Church Sohoo
prmeenee. eonspicnoau among whom were:
ogenePrice sawW.liam athe Lance Mclntosh, George Hind, and
gatq, sake t till the lock broke. To Martha Cole, Rev. C. V. Praser, A.
show how he ahouk the gate, the gi o.ddes. A Menita and W. T. FPller
held the railing of the witnm -es- The Fruit Trde as. taken
stand and hook t. which se a start, and the demand is in excess
la ter. ..of the supply.
s4mned : nowg that the Mr.. Buttenshaw B. So. lecture to
gate was locked, I watched to see teachers of St. Mary at ElUiotn
what he would do to come in. The choolroom on Saturday 15th March
gate is never locked with a chain, but at 12 on. The following Ibranebes of
with a taple, rider and padlock. the J. U.Tae aske to secure the at
Badeh Leon said when I .went to tendanc of their members, via Stony
school that morning I went to the Hill, Linsead, B BffBa. The
gate first and found it looked public, and particular te teachers
Cross-examined: I stood oi my ii and around Annotto Bay and Port
piasa and saw them look the Maria are cordially invited
gate. I can see whatever tos done at We learn with deep regret thit Mr.
their gate. I thought Williams had W. Morrison, M. A. is seriously ill.
gone, bo I went to peep and saw him Ninety six pa togrs came by tbe
Samue Bennett., ssistant bailiff, of o erearua
ue l Clnett, j.m, tof whom were- tn transit for liAm-.
weos so Clhatke's ,ya betwessa 7 and Cua. L ..tr autue o,

- tourists. Sir Keith Paser was ai
Itouretitse-Jamaica. -,
LI | On Monday the 3rd inst Rebeao'
SAnderson a ked lixaabeth Coke who.
Il lvrw-near Vanfthangseld to lodge7-
for the night. Mrs. Coke did o-; ad
ai next morning got up early and wemt'
R |out. On her return it is said she fouad
>, oAnderson behaving itnproperly with
Ther buaband. The woman, ttis-

the obeah superstitioni that since
January the Rev. Hutclins has dis
missed twelve members for following

Tue on of the late Professer Dana,
an eminent- American Professor is
in Jahaiesa.
Myersville writes once more water
is getting scarce, and dust is our fa-
milar friend. The Parochial Board
has ot been able to build public
tankJ. If it would take advice we
Swo uggmet what might prevent
the vages of a water famine when
it cokses in 1904.
Cm.ies of The Story of The Cross"
had at Mort'mer C. deSousa's
Pr ubg, Establishment, 7 Church
Stth'et at Is. per 100.


N.B -Excepting at Holy Trinity
and -St. Michaels where the hour is 9
a.m.. morning service is at 11 a.m.
Evening at 6.30 or 7 p.m. I
Where one name is g:ven the preach
er is for morning and evening.
Where two names appear, the first
is the morning preacher, the second
the evening.
Sm ral churches have at 3.30 p.m.


Goot--Rev. R. M. Parnther;
T. A. Glampole )


WlatY--Rev.W. J. Williams; Rev.
J. A. Mclntosh
cAPsBr-E. G. Cooke, Rev. M,
Par KEOYAL-Rev. C. C. Wallace
SarO.Un KIK-11 and 7-Rev. W.
(Oabm.. *,Perfect Law ;" Gate
eaith Beautful."
L. A.
l PAULA (Bedford Avenue-Ray.
J. JpIdkou M.A., 7 p.m.
ML 'a-ll a. m. Rev. S. R.
MIT. QUKEN ST.-Rev. W. Pratt,
iA& .WS .. I'

Ont St.-Rev. M. C. Stur-
a p o. A. Bell
SPARK-Rev, K. A. Belt;
iE;T"ODiUr. Bast St.--S-ip-

r T mTYv (Catholic)-Bishop
a Father oonan
F AnMY 11 King St..-
I&A CaURCH, Hanover St.-
L 0. Heath 4; Ba. G. Davidson

DUKE S7REELT 9 a.m. and 7 p rn.-
Rvv. (C. E. liandall.
TFriuti rTON--l a,im. iev. C. V,
Randall and at 7 p.m. Mr. J. E. Ran-
PARISHI CiUitCili--8.30a.m.. 11 n ,
and 4 p.m. Ve i. Archdn. Downer
6.45 Iev. .1 L, Iaiamson, M.A.
St. GEORKGKS-Canon Kilburn
St. JosEPI'S, Grove--lcv. G. H.
ST. LUKE's--tev. II. Setland,
M.A., ;Rev. C. H. Coles, M.A., 6.45
ST. MATTHEWS-Rev. C. H. Coles,
M.A. ; Rev. R. W. Smith, 5.6q p.m.
ALL SAINTS--1 a.m. Rev. R. W.
Smith, Rev. S. 0. Ormaby.
ST. PAUL'S Franklin Town-Rev.
R. W. Snqitb, 6,45 p.m.
ST. BARNABAS-Mr. A. Walcott
ST. MARKS-Supplied.
Si, ALBAs-liev. G. H, Thompson.
11 a.n. Rev J Wortley; 7 p.m.
Rev. E. A. Paget.
Ordei the Churchman from Messrs.
Reeves and Lopez, Kingston.
Brigadier Gale and Ensign Richard-
son are off to Montego Bay on a
special miiBsion.
Ap ri 2nd htas been fixed for a first
class c'jrwcrt in mconnecti(on with the
Scotch Kirk.
ithop (;Gordon preaches at Holy
Tiinty at 9 a m. to morrow. Father
Matthews will ,ereaclh on 'ood Friday.
Duke Street Christ!an Chiapel cele-
brated its S. S. Aniversary last Sunday
The Rev. D. A. McKillop, preached
and Mr. McLeod addressed the
The Rev. Mr. Bell is spoken of as
Mr. Shaul's successor for the time kt
(St. atke'.
The Pebyterian contains a oepre.
hensive though compressed aecotat
of Synod.
The Scotch Kiik has its uania
oiongregational meeting on Wedoesday
12th 7 p.m i thu Collegiate H ll.,
The Arebbishop visited both St.
Mitthew's and St. Paul's (Franklin
Town) during the week and held night
services which he addressed on
financial and spiritual needs. The
Rev. C. H. Coles read thePrayers and
at St. Paul's the Rev. R. W. Smith,
and Mr. W. A. Feurtado delivered brief
addresses. At. St. Matthew's to a
large audience, His itrave ldwelt
specially on the power -of prayer and
personal effort.
There is a meeting of the Misionr
Union at the College on Monday
In connection with the Evangelical
Union's Mission plan the Reva. J.
Hunter M. A. and James Watson,
begia services at Spanish Town on
Monday. They will be at work till
the 16th holding services at the
Wesleyan and Baptist Churches.
On Sunday 9th slhe preacher at St..
Andrews Kirk will probably be the
Rev. A. James B. A. Prinpal of
Calabar College.
iLuAprilthe Res.. G,. aron Hay
and Masnd will be on special tielon
work in western Jamaica. Sav.Ia-
Mar and thereabouts. This iin eon-
seation with t0e E. U. arrgementa
The plan being to cover the entire
Island in the course of the year.
The Presbyterians have a right to
-be proud of there East Indian work
It is splendid.

or You would like.to ee
a Good Literay Pap*restab.
lished in 'Jmaica I Well, y
don't you hp to otablh 7

"ThRSES taken at pastuge at
JI. Mount Pelir, oppuite Cam.
tieton Gr.Jens, pt four shlllugs- r
month. Animals well looked kfter.
Apply to
C Custton P. 0.



to the Jamaica Timr~es.

The Hon. and Rev. Jas. MacNee, HALiFAX. N
preaober lat Sunday sight at the Flour-West Indian s
Scotch Kirk Special Service took as qualities 0 bri.
his subject, Prayer. His disoo d rse was Manitoba -
well thought ot, impressive, and Oats-Ordinary # bus
decided. is delivery failed to main- Codfish-Medium
tain a steady level. In insisting on Seconds
the need for a power in prayer he Banks
fArt argued that it was natural to Herrings-No. I split
pray. Irt great emergencies the most Alewives-No. 1
eallous men turned seeking an an- Mackerels-No. 3 Me
seen and saperbmiuan power. Men La
did not require to be trained to pray. --
It was the other way. They had to ENGLA
be trained before they oamne to five LoNx
urprayer. Next, prayer was reason Sugar---Demerars Ci
able. If there was a God- e eo-ld- -Twt Doty Paid
answer prayer, aid is took more Muascovado
credulity to believe that there was German BetL F.O.D
not a God than the contrary. That month # cwt. .
the world came by chance was un- Rum-Jamaica comm
reasonable. Next, he urged, that o gall ...
Prayer helped to form character. Cocoa ordinary
He agserted that every good man was Coffee "
a believer in pray er. good
Say-l-v Mar. Ginger common
-- cwt ...
We learn with regret that Mr. Pimento "fair mercha
D. L Feurtado, the genial Superin- Coffee-Good average
teudent of Public Roads and Works current month
for this parish for the past 61 years, Bank Rate ti cent.
is about to leave being transferred Consols ...
to St. Mary Durnag his stay here LIVEPRI
Mr. Feurtado has won the hearts of Cotton-American mi
all classes and he will be very much spot lb
missae. Mr. Brennan of St. Elizabeth
will take Mr. Feurtado's place here a StE
s&d till Mr. Brennan's arrival. Mr. E d '
W d. the Assistant in tis parih, B ILDER 0
will *ect.
On Friday night a serious fire was 66 KING
marrow ly averted by the prompt action
of some of the townsfolk. In one
of the laneq leading off Great .George T HAVE pleasure
Street-i, a rangof rooms created out I the Genpral Pub
singly, and this range iw immediately rons, that -since I h
behind the rum stores of Messrs. Ley- Organs which I hand
den and Co. A lamp got overturned I am now open a
in one room and there was a blaze, and REPAIR PIAN
then people began to lose their other Musical Instrn
head, and there was every possibihty should be sent in eai
of a big fire when the police came app ointment,
on the spot and aided by fresh ar- Tbe following test
rivata succeeded in ptt-ing it mt. A the great Muieia n, i
strong sea breeze was blowing, and cal :-
what with this breeze and the proxi- Park Lodge,
mity of the rum store things might EDWARD STRINKE, I
have been serious especially when Dear Sir,-It is wit
we remember that our Fire Brigade, that I wi ite to thank
-or more correctly speaking our m which you have tun
apolog; for a Fire Brigade, was over It has never been be
half a mile away and could not be thank you for your v
possibly made to arrive there in lelm Believe me, yon
thaa two hours. Ju

UNrrsEDS ATES. FormA. Applica
NKw, Ye.to MAa 7.-..
Wkeat--Chiemo, Spot. No. 2 W aEREAs the a
red, cash y bah. nomL...81-83je brought under the i
loer-_taadard A. 1 brands of the Registration ol
0 barrel ... ... I.35 'w, and thar No
Cornrmeal-Yellqw kilo dried THIS is thereto
F 0i bwrel ... ... 3.40 low that in case no C
QCorm-Yellow in 2 bas. bag before the expiration
Sbag ... ... 1.53 I *hall proceed as by 1
Pork-Heavy Mess, old
bri .. ... 15.7
Short clear med. qual. 18.Aw N.B.-Forms'ol
Pine Apples I bri ... 5.19e
Bef--mily-4alf brL ... 61.
Kerosine Oil-130 deg teat) per
in lote of 1,000 eses4 ? 100 Name of Applicant.
Imp. gals. eanh, jgs o .40 U
gars-ct bBasis 96o test 3 7 16c
Mftnovdat bais t26 Vt-%
per Ib. ... 3 15-16c.
Coffeo-Jamaicale, ordinary to Thomas Douglass
choice # lb '... ... 64-10c Dallas, Comps tor,
No. 7 spot Rio 4 0t ... 6te and Ellen Dailas, the
Maracaibo good cueuta V 1b Sie wife. of tWe said Tho-
Ginger-Common .to good mus Douglass Dallas,
SAlb. ... ... ... 7--8e. Richard Finn, Fisbhe
FPlamenco--Good merchantable man,- Mary Ann
S AT .,, ... ... 6e Nunes, widow, and
1 *Orages-Fair qualtty, irder Ntsey Ftle, inl
mad condition per rate 4.00-5.00 woman, all, ol the
S -t fruit--Fair quality. ;. Parish of Kingston.
and condition t# crate. 12.00 -
Cocoanuts-Jam. selected
aM. ... ... 19.00
Banasa--Jam. firsts ... 1.26)

don 4.87- I n riV

r.., MACH 7 -
hippCing n adiaan
... 4.30-4.75 Cloth one side, Le
h ... ~50e
21... .. .t ONE
.. ...19.00
... ... 21.00 Sold elsewhere at One
t brl ... 3.90
... .. 4.50
4.50 Thm Caoedina
dium ... 6.51>
rge ... 7.00
ND. a
WIN- MAm 7-
If l W 15 A fW 47

ystal V j -AD--

Stirrent 101, HARBOUR STREET,
on clean" 6 English Delicacies.
y O wtL 52/0i UST RECEIVED per R. M. Str.
... 35/0 Orinoco from Southampton-
... 41/0 ,1 -T4A 5S, BACON,
to good N.W. Cheese, Sausage & Fresh Bu ter
... 38/0-63/0 Also to arrive to day from New York,
notable Tb 2d
V cwt ... 31/6 Iced Ale on Tap at 3d. per glass.
941 JOSEPH R. DACOSTA, Proprietor
)0L, MARCH 7.
fiddling ASH1TON 4 PARSONS'
... 4 27 32 lionlic IuI oo

nnke, For Hoarkeness-Hepar Sulphur
B' 0For Ky .14w-Jgsatia
FP O WA.NS PFor Indigestion-Nia f Vomies
STREES For Liver Complaints--PodopAyllum
KINGSTON. For Lumbago--Bryonia
For Menstrunal Troubles-Pulsatilla
to anaomnee to For Neuralgia-Arseaicu
lic Ma-d _at- For Piles-Hamamelis
tave ib the. For Pimples-Sulphur
Ihad il I For Rbeumatjqm-Rhus Tox
on _t TUNE, For Sciatica--MAe Tox
t US as well as ;For Skin Disorders-Sulphur
uments. Orders For Sleeplesaness-Coffea C.
rly to avoid dis- For Sore Throat-Belladonna
SFor Teething-Chamomilla
timouial is from For Toothache-Aronitum N.
roL Jahan Pas- i For lecers-Silicea
s For Variose Veins-Hamamelis
16th July 01. For Weakness-China
S t For Wetting (he Bed--Cina
kmmu-h urFor Whitlow--ilicea
much Fo Worms--Cit
ed th ay rWPilules and Tinctures, large I/f size
ed tt I IO offered at sixpence per bottle, or 7d.
htaluer eVicd I post free. For sale by
rs fal" tfl, JUSTIN McCARTHY,
tLIA PMSAL Sole Agent. King Street.


be had by
and Strop.

using a good


Swing Razor Strops,
father the other, and will clear them out at
Shilling and Sixpence.

Waeo.-29, SMn ast eet.
J. B. SMITH. Manager.

Al'Keen Judges
who have cornipared the
values obtainable in

are agreed that theee goode
can be p)ur(clased inore
< li.Jl)]y of


than anywhere else. If you
are interested, send for
samples, giving some idea
as to your requirements.

Good Cigais!!


L. C-ACON & CO.,

Ciar an Cigartite InB1tur ,
22, King Street, Kingston.
Both abroad and locally our

0igm and Cigatts
are acknowledged of superior quality.
The public are cautioned against
buying Cigars, outside our factory, put
up in our boxes.
a* We Close Daily at 5 p.m.


ationto bring Lands under the Registration of Titles Law, 21 of 1888

everatlParties mentioned below 'have applied to have the Land herein respectively described
egiatfem of Titles Law-No. 9 of 1888; and the Referees having provisionally approved
f Title fr the said Land, and having directed that publication of the same be made as specified
tieAe-e erve4 on the persons in possession, charge of, or owning the adjoining Lands.
re to N all person'having any interest in or claim against tHe said Lands mentioned be.
1aveat fobidding the Kegistration of the Title to any of the aid Ladds be received by me on or
of the perod limited for lodging Caveats expectingg ny parcel of Land described below then
Lawi, ed, to bring such Lands under the operation ofthe said Law.
Registrar of Vqtlem.
f Cavest im be had on application at the Office of Titles, the Barracks, Kingston.

OrdW, 4

All that piece or parcel of Land now known
No. 8 John Street, ina tae Towa, in the
ity and Parish of ingston, containing from
ast to West on the Northern boundary 26
at and on the Southern boundary on the
a shore 90 feet and I inches along the West
i buandry 212 .feet. and .on Iae Eastern
mnadary along John Street 9E ft- and *long
e premises of E.'W tAsWSo a; h partly
Sreseft' of Clbftlh d partlyy ao the sea
id Ea't prtlty n" Jihn teet* *and tartly on
we -aid premises of Clough, or how over
6herwise the same may be butted or des.


~~0 S



I Exchange rate for bankers m. m
0 day. on London ... 4.sso-I A Clean Shave can only
Exchage rate for bankers de- R .. a

Numb o'Number of Period wlth"i
Notifiea Not i a-which after
tiont il u- In dateofAdver.
Jatmaic other tisement,
Jamaite.a w s Caveat may
papers. be entered.

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