Jamaica times
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Title: Jamaica times
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Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: March 15, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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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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VOL, IV.. NO. 14., KINGSTON, JAMAICA, SA DAY, MARCH, 15, 1902. PRICs lid.]


Jamaioa Q Govrnament'



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St. Paul's Sacred Concert., Interview with

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[March 16.]

OUR SCOTCH LETTER. the costoit of the took
--- I every opportunity of lives
.iiW AN ICE CARNIVAL LOOKS. I d fighting behind It was
-- Simply their way of d ,. He did
Bear Gweu.-I was at a most de. not think they were and we
ightfal lee Carnival last night, which had no right to ec with
I 4 m =ure you would like to hear cowardice in doing. imply
aboat. This is actually the tAird their method of warfare in many
C- C ival we have had this winter, a instanoes they had oh ~ bravery
meet unusual amount of dissipation. and courage in att eey had
l' t tte frost ianunuually keen and long lost anverallr wound-
.eatitaed. We have not had so severe ed( and prisoners id1rell, and
Swinter sinoe `9. it was only fair to say ,
But to return to the Carnival. It
A ated from 7 till 11, the pond having THE CORO N.
4*een closed for two hours previously --
tar the necessary preparations to be The Local Co mt is ar-
amdae. Tickets were Is. and 6d, the ranging for.the in King
ree.eds to go to the erection of a stones et among -
.d4ak room. There is nothing of that A State Service, -
Oast at present, but this is only the Illumination of City ~
imead year the pond hab been in exis- Fireworks,
-*nawe you know. __Before that it was Children's Deo,
-mrely a ocuimon or'gariReneld, -ad T ar
ewr now in the summer time, it pre. Levee.
ats the same appearance. But it The ruute tu k., f in London
Sisked more like a fairy land last on Coronation Day, ially an-
ight. Naphtha lights were flaring all nounced is eomparativ ort. Leav-
vodd the pond, while crossing and ing Buckinham u the main
-cro8siug were lines of coloured or Sovereign s exit, the procession
lights and Chinese lanterns. A large will go up Conetitut Ufll, along
remwd had gathered at the entrance, Piccadily, down St. pi's Street,
necessitating the presence of a few aloni Pall Mall and ar Street,
wdicemien to keep an ,rpen passage. and down Whitehall ahd Parliament
These onlookers hailed the advent of Street to the Abbey. Oa the return
the more sLrikinp costumes %iLh journey the cavalcade will go by way
shouts of laughter and chaffing re of Whitehall, Horse G ards' Parade,
ma.rka, but they were a most good and the Mall to the Pala. -
Immoured crowd. The route for the wimg day's
On the pond itself there was a most procession through wilt be of
Mssentdve gathering, all nations a much more extended ster. being
ranks' of eety to be there from as we have mention same as
ritanqla to a Ch8ty Minstrel, soi- that tkea by the l Victoria
.iers, .eaUilor, poblemen, Red Indian at her Dianmond Jual
'int, the Little Mialster, a stalwart The Earl Marshal all peers,
S-J b, Zal, a Ameam-or oof Ch lty and ereses, who to attend
Axwoks a&e-a) uaber of downas, the Coroumadon, at
9 ,a" Rffighlaiudere i their amumou will IWbe ay who
1sand kilts, and vprious others. did not signify toj B"rshal
1 E1eWet put in an appearance, before March lst a attend.
.0 i -lyit" 4d0ttroee. The Spark a aath'ng in
r aman ct think there were no being done in tte way of
Sadies parent, thegh of course I'arranging a th ele-
imd bhae pat the first. There bration of the
w e various Belles of New York. a The Russian Court represent
amber of grannies *with matches and ed at the Coron the Grand
shawls, two or three Sisters of Mercy, Duke Serge, uncle Car. The
ad ilding Hood, Mother Goose, a Grand Duchess lone o prettiest,
W itA several black and whites, a few of Queen Victoria s children,
Wiuters and Britanniass, some Geisha and much resembles Empress of
._grl~ and so on. Russia. The Priness e stood very
seaor every one had on a false noar beMGiang em Lof Germany
Awe or .a domino mask, so it was William II. being of her.,
almost possible, unless you knew But Bismarck watch. I
'ftere Band, to pick out your Practices for t M Celebra
Arienuda, bat it was much more fun tion Service at ay proceed
-*4 euarue. at the Parish choir will
As the spell of frost was apparent- consist of one 14y voices.
i ~F e.miag to a speedy end, e aryone A coronation iv. will
sdmaoed bent an enjoying themselves be held in tatives
so the full. from Ox1rd and wil meet
The town Band perched up on the representatives" ard and
Salad in the middle of the pond dis- Yale.
esoreed sweet music at intervals, Coronation Day, th, will be
&or the edification of our minds, a Thursday. firailo was
while for the edification of our bodies, crowned on a T so w
-am and coffee and beau, etc., were Charles I, George and William
SgeJ urable at tat e refreshment stall. IV. and Adel the anniver.
-We fi hod up -ar u iaght's fuqeQ_ of the of Uromwell
,ailt ee enma tainent, asaiP r, y Prtectpen on
1 6e first I have seen out of doors. a Friday in 1657.
weK were tired enough b the time --
iw ishoe, -ut we b =t enjoyed it Happe dir States
i um ely, ad I for ne am opiag -- '
00 yet have another of the same At Cambridge, T. 8. A., a
Bwla er. barber auned La refated to
Yours ever, shave Thomes 8 a coloured
seJb., *2. J aN. man, who is a the Harvard
Theolociol k
S' Iteem that t into the
Spoke up for Boers. barber' shop on a y and when
S -- eahe said be watesd shaved, the
Mr. T.,L Kare, M.P., wk has re proprito replied they catered
eramed to England from military ser- only to special Bne--
Vies .in South Africa said he might asked him what was hung
wake a reference in justle to the over the door of this La-
e.prs, )oubtleM thee ihad been Flamme failed .tO h.in court,
4aeas of treachery aud eowrdtle and reo-galHT
anusng then. But Boer notions of refusing to shao8]ve l .Judge Almy
tng re very difere very dirent from our saw it was a eaas miination on
e They had never been bronaht aoMuatof oloer, posed a fine of
-pt0o4taik openly, but they followed 84.


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Our Fresh and Complete Stock just arrived. Order Now.
BUCHER & 08I8 PLOUGHS and other parts-

The Agricultural Warehouse,

Mention the "Timee" when writing Advertisers.

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Established 1879.

ShipLig of

Buggy Harness:
Single and Double sets
Black and Brown
Plated and Brass.
Mule Cart Harness:
Shaft and Outrigger.
Sarven's Cart Wheels,
4ft and 4Vt 6iB&.
Sarven's Buggy Wheels,
Ploughs, Cultivators,
Barrows, Oorn Shellere.
Ohaff Cutters,
Pimento Yannera.
Agricultural Forks,
do Spades.
Oran uddiag Knives,
Orange Clippers.
Spraying raohines.

Ohas Allen Gentle.
Albany P.O.,
Fqr the best and cheapest conv ee
between Alti Port M-ePrt
Daly serve. splendid stock and
vehicle for traveling to all parts of
the Iland. atisfaction ertai.

FS boxed and ready for use
(made of Native Wood),
ps,. Chamoise, harness Leather.
Galv. Wire Netting, all asime_
[[ t1oflAg, Homee amps Shoe Brushe.
1 to I qtp., Stable Broones,
iapsB, Harness Dresseing, et., etc.

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[March 15.]



ARICIJL & NOTES poultry house will. make a valuable
compolst for use in the vegetable gar.
Edited yH. G Bu ntt den. The birds themselves, destroy
Edited by_ H. G. Brnett. injurious, insect life. -
Artirvle intended for the oricrdn/- 5. Because while cereals and fruits
tralpage will becarpeullvyonesdre d caa only be su'es The Agrfctural Edtor, nil certain districts only ; poultry can be
all etions forwarded by our readers raised for table. use or layers of
on agricultural and kw red topie. eggs in all parts of t.e country.
S. 6.Because poultry raising is an
The Jamaica Times i the official employment in which the farmer's
orgasof/te BEKEBEPiRS'ASSOCIATION wife and daughters can engage and
leave him free to attend to other de-
Corn and Peas. apartment.
-7. Because to start poultry raising
AND MARCH PLANTING. on the farm requires little or no cap-
ital. Under any circumstances, with
. .. March is the best month of the proper maaavement, poultry can be
year for the planting of these oorps, made with little cost a valuable ad-
as, if properly planted and 6et- 1 junct to the penn.
vated, and seasons are favourable, How to Keep Pork
the returns will be larger and more --
satisfactory than when planted at A very good way to preserve pork
'other times is as follows : Let the meat drain well;
oth r times. then cut it into slices and fry it as you
The methods commonly followed would if it were to be used at ones.
in Jamaica are of the crudest and Have a large earthenware crock, and
the results correspondingly small when a frying-panful of the meat is
When improved methods and good r. Coked plcelutinthe rock inlayers,
seed are used the readlts are a sur- pouring over the hot fat which has
nriae to those acunntomed to the f4.an. ., n .. f sitw... t. ...-ri. ;i

usual meagre output. The soil for
these crops should be loamy, and
be stirred to a good depth before
planting, and be made fine and
mellow as possible. Corn should be
planted at a depth of about two
inches and about two feet apart 'in
rows three feet apait. When the
corn is a little over half grown peas
can be planted between the corn in
the rows, and they will rioen t.o
gather. Three good grains of
corn in a place are sufficient
and if all grow the weakest
should be pulled out, leaving but two
in each place. The same rule applies
to peas also. While growing, the crop
should be carefully cultivated and
kept free from weeds and grass.-by
cultivation I mean the soil should be
stirred, notesimply escaped. -
On level land a one-hoise cultivator
will do this work economically and well,
eare should be exercised in the saving
of seed, of both corn and peas, the
largest and .best developed ears and
pods should be selected when fulfy
ripe, and put away for future planting.
By following this process for a few
crops the yield will be increased, as
well as the quality greatly improved.
Peas and corn can be kept free from
weevils for an indefinite time by stor
ing in tight barrels or box and teat.ing
with Bi-sulphfde of carbon occasioial-
ly-a table spoonful poured in an
empty milk tin 3et in top of the barrel
and covered tightly for a few hours
will destroy all insect life. Care
should be used, as the fumes resulting
are poisonous, and explosive if fire is
about, but with ordinary precaution it
is 0afe.
[A ** Cnltivator," as abov3, costs
from 25/ to 30/)-ED. J.T.

March Notes.
MANOOES are 'blossoming heavily.
The earliest fruit are ripening
"one one."
STAR AriLes are ripening.
EARLY PEARS are on sale in the
markets ; very few of them. Pear trees
are blossoming.
LTGTwxN VrTA. iq in ftll bloom.
The LOGWOOD is covered with dry
seeds: so is WOMAN'S TONGUE.
Sudden rains ; wind scurries.

Keep Fowls.

'Why is poultry valuable to the,
'mer ?;
1. Because by their means he can
convert a -treat deal of the waste
of his penn into money in the shape
At ..er and chickens for market.

full, the meat should oe covered with
the fat. In a cool place, it will keep,
we are informed, fresh and sweet all
summer. Another plan is to pickle
the meat. Cut it into pieces of suit-
able size, and rub well with a mixture
of two ounces of saltpetre to one pond
of salt. Let the pieces stand for a
day or two; then pack them into a
clean pork barrel. Make a brine of
three gallons of water, five pounds of
salt, and seven pounds of coarse sugar;
boil together and take off the scum.
Pour over the meat in the barrel. Lay
a coarse cloth over the top, and a
board over that with & weight to keep
the pork down in the brine. The
sugar may be omitted, if desirable.

Central Factories.
The well known merchant, Mr. A.
Nathan, is said to have laid a scheme
for establishing Central Factories
before Sir Alfred Jones and produced
a good impression on thqbpitter.

Poultry Paragraphs.
Whitewash is a great destroyer of
.There is not better disinfectant than
bright sunshine. Open the poultry
house during the day as much as pos-
sible and get all the direct sunshine
into it that you possibly can.
Your ration will never be a complete
one until it includes a little raw meat,
liver, or ground bone.
To keep in condition for laying, a
hen should never have a full crop
during the day, but should be kept
hungry enough to scratch nod hustle
about to find the food which has been
scattered about in the litter. Hungry
hens keep busy, and do not get too fat
to lay.
Road dust absorbs noxious gase* and
kills off odours, and is a pretty good
thing to have around the poultry hqust.
If you cannot get dust, use dry garden
soil, sprinkling it over the floor every
day, and when it is an inch or so deep
h.tul it out to the garden with the
droppings that are in it, and it will be
worth all the work you have done to
get it into and out of the poultry

An experienced poultry raiser says :
Egis have cost me the most when I
have kept hens ti o much on grain
rations. I believe I can reduce the
cost of eggs nearly one half by feeding
lens grain and in its place giving cut
meat, and bonuue aud vegetables, both
cooked and green. Feed them the
morning mish of bran middling.a and
corn meal, but only enough to partly
satisfy them. Keep the cut pure and
meat in boxes, so made that they can-
not get in to 'pcrotch them out; al-o
shells and grit. Cover a little small

2. B-cause with intelligent manage-
ment they nught to be all-year
revenue producers except during
moulting period.
3. Because poultry will yield a
quicker return for capital Invested
than ny of the -other departments
of tlmdnure..from the
4. Beeas the manure from the

.grain wis l, ter. .o innuce tniemi to
exercise, and aw.ke the house warm
and light.
When a .hen l.-aves corn for other
feed, it means that she wants some
thing not fully supplied by corn. With
out exception, the best results nmay be
I had from a varied diet, and, while a
he may do very wellon ooa, she will

do better on a variety. It is not an Giving Horses Water.
easy Mr~4ir to 'make up a perfectly
balanced ration for a laying hen. Horses should be watered before re-
While she is producing eggs she will oeiviaz their feed. If they a'e watered
use a vut amount of raw material, after feeding, the water washes the
t I t 4 44 -- 4. -4.* 4 t* w" L--mI

out i. sae sops laying a corn adet will
soon rui other. A concentrated food
for hens should be avoided.

The Business-like Farmers.

At a Farmers' Institute in Iowa,
U. S. A., Mr. George Pugsley spoke
on The farmer as a business.' The
time has, come, he said, anJ we
will realise it more and more as
time goee by, that we must do oar
farming sd take ware of oar took
in a buni like way. Our land,
much of It, is worn out, praotioally,
and ver. foul. It requires more
thought and labour to make it pro-
duce proAtably than it did in years
gone by. business men we should
exhaust every means at hand in
building up our farms before resorting
to commercial fertilizers. They are
expensive. The matter of keeping a
book aceoat is 'of great value to
the farmer. A m~V jant or banker
without oarefull? kej books would

surely fail. The farmer should know
at what age, weight and cost he
markets hit hogs, as well as what
breed and how fed ; also the price
received. He should be able to tell
from his book whether the calf he
bought or the one he raised made
the greater profit, whether the
poultry or the cow ,'ave the better
returns for the money invested;
whether the pasture, meadowv or cul-
tivated laud paid the largest clear
profit. He might also keep account
of the time it takes to put away
his farm -machinery, the plough and
repair the harrow that were left in
the fenae corner, and see which
pays tba,, better. The matter of
what, %bte and how bought is also a
business proposition. Nothing should
be bought unless needed. I suppose
there ha| never been an age with
more qVck medicines and frauds
than this, and most of them in-
tended to W &ll the farmer. Now
there ae insecticides, and perhaps
stock foods that are all fight, but
we have' our home merchants of
whom to buy and do not need the
travellij' agent to supply them any
more thea we need the tree pedlar.
We have our horticultural books,
poultry '-books, farm journals and
reliable papers. Let us use them
and relegate the agent to the waste
basket. It should not be so, but
there very ord farmer' has s htt
odium, 'lggestive of low .culture.
Let as ild up a good name for
our pr l that shall stand for
what &lsmay claim to be, an hon-
est.- n t, industrious class of
citizen, see to it that fakes and
horse are not run in the name of
ariculf a fairs. It is not busi-
ness. -;

Tail Horses.
In nation of a large body
of the the docking of a horse's
tail is cruel and vulgar. A
hil to a horse is,an orna.
nmntat re whi hA, it would seem,
a peM good taste and judgment
dlesie~ e. The only object
tion to that in wet weather the
SW' B ver itr but" there is
no ti bout tying the hair into a
knot times and keeping it clear
from of the street.
On t er hand, a docked tail is a
defor a mutilation. There is
not a iele nent of grace or good
sense it. It deprives the animal
of a ee against the annoy-
andeof ad other insects in warm
weatht is injurious to his spirit
and te The practice of docking
horses'. is a mere caprice of fashion
'ag'atinp ch sensible and hameLne
lovers horse, should maintain a
uonl a frtATa.
In g as he did lately to own.
or hide [lind a duck-tailed team, the
Preside lj the United States is ad
mi NIstd| a rebuke and setting an
exampl~f imh may go far towards
brang n f e nustom of mutilating
horses way into disrepute in

unadigesed food out of she stomaeby
and thereby may cause trouble. Water
drunk by a horse does not stay in t)re
stomach like food, but passes rapidly
through it, going directly to the large
Horses should always have plenty .t
good, pure water to drink, and at fre-
quent intervals.
A horse coming in hot from work
will very seldom suffer from getting a
drink of water at once, He is apt te
chill if cold water be given after b e
has partially cooled. If the water te
given at once in moderate qpatity,
the heat in the sy, tem wates lt at
ooee, and no harm results. If tb
borse be left till he be partially coob-
ed, the wuter withdrawing more beat
when the system has bega- to Lag,&
may cause a chill.
A horse should never be given a
large quantity of cold water j"pt
before doing fast work. It may harsh
both his going and staying powers and
induce scouring.
A horliea .ino out for fiAt. mrAL

should be watered at least two boams
before leaving the stable, and them,
even if offered at starting, will seldes
take more than a mouthful.
During a long journey a horse showil
be watered whenever there is an op-

The Elder, Dempster


Some interesting statistics relating
to the voyages and cargoes of the
Elder, Dempater steamers from
Montreal, Boston, and-Portland to
Avonmouth (Bristol) during 1900 and
1901, are given in the Bristol Oberver,.
and go toi pro4 that the Atla.ti-
trade is considerably increased.
The trade with Montreal has de-
veloped, and is developing; aan
the large type of vessels, known as
the "Mout" boats are to be placed
on the Avonmouth station. These
vessels, rendered good service in the-
transport* service during the earlier
stages of the South African war.
Particulars are given o( the msam
ber and tonnage of steamers hfie
Montreal, Boston, and Portland to
Avonmouth, and of the cargoes im-
ported. The numbers of sailings in
1901 was 52, as compared with 44
in 190t, an increase of 8, and t-,
net registered tonnage showed an iB-
crease of 20,510 tons, being 124,261
last year, as compared with 103,751
1900. Of cheese, 17,491 tons were-
imported, as compared with 47,117, am
morease of 374 tons. Batter imported
advanced from 903 to 2,592 tons,
bacon from 9,448 to 11,246 tons,
lard from 1,438 to 1,697 tone, ada
timber, etc., from 40,4t5 too
40,508 tons. There was a very large
increase of grain imports. In 1900'
90,059 tons were brought over by the
Elder Dempeter boats, but last yeas
the total reached 119,172 tons, as
increase of 29,11 U tons. Flour and
bagged good rosa from 7,376 to 1M,46
tons,- an increase of 6,581 tons. Irs-
paper and pulp there was an increase
of 2,682 tons, and in sundries.an in-
crease of 126t4oas On theotherhand,
leather decreased from 2,343 to 1,996
tons. apples from 298 to 36 tons, and
glucose and grape sugar from 75 to 6-
tons. Taking various classes of goode-
enumerated, there has been a net in-
crease of imports of about 40,000 toor
as compared with 1900.
The number of cattle imported fast
year was 11,221, or an increase of 856.
In 1900, 1,98S sheep were imported,
hut last year there were no fewer than
6,198, an .increase of 4,210. There-
were 75 horses. as compared with 29,,
an increase of 40, and 41,797 boxes of
rM- -1 .-I iA &* Mi ------ *

CgKs, &t tagsIt M 4, 4o, a tuu-rease Ot.
With regard to the West India ser- *
vice inaugurated lastyear,-tflsm-ell-
as pointed mail skeamers have i:aried-
1,500 pameengers and 10,700 tone eta
outward cargo, and imported 513,000k_
of baaa a addition to abint I000
tons of other fruit and general eag"-..

W" o t IVIn EoAO KI JJ vwpm6



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[Math 15.]'

L A MpeleOf an dudL*1 '2Atabu-
Im nsnluj al3.A colsettmoaflaws;&au
obrkfgment. 4. A coutrlyvnc.to raine
the foot above the 4EFouCip to walking.
&A bird.7
APIaona-A gold ovin

No 3.-fjswn. b~



"Yes, he wea good tei Sow :a
smokes fine egar, but 1 knew bim
when be wus glad ter share my bread
an 'lases."-New to rkWorld.


Not. t*h qnetilon is.
m real or Imaginaryu

Too Uek For er. e.
Mrs. Pinchateas 4 had
_Ju| a terrible dream lagtrnight,
Hiram. I dreamed you
me drop dead.
Mr. Piochacent-What
Swas it I did, Maria?
o"' Mrs. Pinchacenat- You
or gave me a preiat for

What "Old Probabilities" think is a Christmas.

An Oat saytbg eIluStrated In picture

o -1 of* 1

In .mro.w ..uee..
MBe so ft my *rA ,
And thbats what be vowed to say k"t.
No. 4ey.arBnlrmas.
L I am -werd of four letters, two
of them the same. I am a very useful
article and am worn by a lady, a child,
a monk, a name, a Clersyman, a floi er .
and a bid. I am also the"Oame of a
ftmngsa*cher who lived iboqt the
twelfth entUry and a poet if modern
S. I am & *Wet of three letters nam.
tag an animal Add a heavenly body
to me, anG you wit see a very bright
4mintary. Take that away and' add a
dower, and you wi s "ee a beautiful
Md ewter tow the bedge. Ad
e ,tters and y"ou *a "ar -sode
M ry bmuwr'a. I am.A. *pblem
MAbelty a*& e atei bme ka e owat
1i0e M ts e49M at ty r t a y t my

to Vmke ma n bywwo ord
*tprws- ,. f...)..

4reo k two do. M M als M what -
40"t children 40 like *t 48.- ,
Alftha of bco--k'p & Banetb of a
t*s buM. 4 To twftxA trungly.

U Bhet yad 414ge" at %ftft
Nda Wht g~ltbhstO kift a lsat39s
Yo bustle rlt. ,et awti wols ood, 1
lwb het tao1rU thDod t uatoL E

JA to=esttetyrant.]j
1, 4, 9, to condeauct; a heavy metaL
6 ,' T, mueb value. costly, pre-

4 to attract, to entOeD
# 4 a. 8, # t a rr to Cary; a wild .-
,&TMaaemcltt uame .oraoet a

Sa 7.6 a du color.
9. 8, S2 a contest between two per- Chofly-Oh, Drdlel rm
eons. tive In a country where
1. a .&JL & ,mUt L nU fnMoo wear hoes lite, l-t

z, 0. 7. 4. 8. one who rules ana
guides other.
No. 44.-A Few Pses. ,
L The pose of ode who mediates for
another. 2. The literary pose. 3. The
argumentative pops. 4. The pose of an
official who degrades a person. 5. The
poe of one who Is contrary. &. His
pose who "pops the question."

Tab"e rafteims.
A brief 'leep and relaons-Nap.Ip
A sailor and a part of a bouse-Salt-
A gang and the Latin for "and"-
Or-et (crew Aet4
A tool and a.terp of reepect-San-cer.
A dairy product and a baseball play-
er-Cream pitcher. I
A letter and a horse's gait-Decanter
(D canter).
The- siigalar of the twelfth algn of
the Zodiac and-firmly established-Fish
One of the argonauts-Castor.
The fruit of a tree and Its trunk-Nut
bowl (bole).
A place of union or diversion-Fork.
A family inherltance-Plate.-Table
Key to the 'Puzler.
No. 27.-Jumbled Quotation: "Love
sought is good. but given unsought is
No. 28.-A Company Puzzle: Co-nun-

No. 2.-Fr actions: L Plum. 2. Linen.
& Potato. 4. Doughnut.
No. 80.-Missing Rhyme: Rear, dear,
seer, mere, sear, queer.
T.N31 -Double Zigzag: From 1 to 10,
Revolution: from U to -, Verf~ lles.
Cro.Worda- L Recovery. 2 Deaftess.
8. Ravagers. 4. 8booters. 5. Helms-
ma7Fa 0. Cupidity. 7. Tactless. & Dis-
abled. 9. Troubled. 10. Pacers.
No. 82.-A Popular Saying: Al the
world loves a lover.
No. 883. Wordmaking: Sweden. L
Weeds. 2. End. 3. Dew. 4. Need. b.
Bden. 6. Seed. 7. Wed 8. See. 9.
Ewe. 10. News.
No. 34.-Charade: Hand-led, handled.
No. 35.-Hidden Names: Abo. Ida.

s, U.est.
The late Sir John .Stainer, one of
SEngland's most celebrated, musicians
and composers, was once staying In a
small Swiss village, and the English
clergyman was on the outlook for a
muslelaB to aslstW at the service.
S Stainer was In the office of the hotel
when the clergyman found him and
started the conversation with "Do you
play the harmonium .1
S"A little," was the reply of the former
organist of St. Paul's cathedral.
*WMl you, then, be good enougrto
Dhp us ouofour diffeulty or Ban4ay?
a We will read the Psalms, and the
SM y shall be the simplest I can us-
7a--.Uct,!" ndded the delighted parson.
"I wfl do my best," aid tialner
4" iod*ee. with a smile.
The service proceeded aatltfae-torlly,
but the congregation at the close Its-
ti ed to a brilliant reeltaL When the
parson heard the name of his assistant,
U askd ed INIM to dinner. "Do you
samokerl he asked at the close.
S"I will do my best," responded Stain-
or,' ad the ensulag laughter V the
prologue ot n entertaining exeag
t Oxftor reaMatOscenee.

,. Boll eight eggs ha, chinl In cold
ot I vVwater, then remove shells and eeparat
S. yolks and whites, keeptng yolks entia
hred the whites Make a pint of
Hpmel sauce. Ptaee the yolks of

*, ahee i soweua -aq
f edots orter leave yetr winder open like tis them and spinsde a -a
Satlber Bomebody might come in.-Baxchange. y over the top. Garatih with trtm
i News. h croutons of toast points.


Game Warden-Here. youl Don't
you know you're bunting out of sea-
Cbolly--Oh, thank you so much! 1
I was wondering why I couldn't find
. anythingl-New York Journal.




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Tf I ME S.

.1. A1&I

U ~ri C LPY JTrIF1

Miss Ali0e Roosevelt, who Ohristened Meo III."

Metr III. is the yacht badt for aiser WiUiam tf e
by the ship builders of Shooter's Island, New York, so wit Messrs.
ew=-noad owney. -She is craft 170 feet long over all, and 10
feet in length along the water line.. Sohooee .igged.Apr AwSMp
100 and 107 feet high and her spread of caavas wTl be more mth
,000 *qaare et. She wa launobed at the end of February and
will be fully tted up ere MAroh isnded. .
Por her no iiig, at we mentioned Paso HaTmy, 6( "Presl
tbe Kaisers' bther, and an A iral in the GenMme Navy. a
across to th6 State& We here present a picture that gives a very
good idea indeed of the ParIcs. He is a very straightforward F
hearty and clever fellow, and is one of the best liked of Queen
Victoria's grandchildren. Aftet a course of true love that did not
for some time low smoothly he married the Princesse of his choice, and
has now a family of three, all boys. It is said he will represent
Gemaxiyst he wornation -
COUNT VON B ornseur is the oomi"eaeder of the Kaiser's yacht
5f O lmI.. He is IToAan horn.

Our heL e! re represtsM RRAi AnaDtU A'v.A of the
LZUMsridM tb auv to whom we recently referred. He is perhaps
the most popular naval officer in Ameries, and har the rept i

ii i '- I

* jI%7rfjS-B' MN Y OB PRUSIIA.

Being a eood Lonrd Qbsris eewe tled for ,ghting with
e received ahe l ae his arrivaL
rmining piia,, r is o of that chaiRting young MM
,, dughtwmt, b.r,-i of Pqid t Pe f h ,
5pfimg tt* i hei of apgip the
S bpwa smartly msshe rpaed the formula Wed on the om-
shipyard and vems in' arbour v~ p gly 'bed- g, for
.t'ahioS v wasttsended by a crowd of Amwirloe apqhlb s
nag PresldMidt RoMsvel. Pation Hmar thabked Mae Baiu-
hIer si wr.. and presented with a bomque.
*TMhee b.s beer ash talk about the pBlitical dIgaifnee of
pwHa~Vblt, bt it is probably purely matter of personal
f^ldlinees. The Admiral, a man of deeds not words, hates making
ipmches and is no diplomat. Jost as our Governor confided to Ja-
that he would refer facing the stiffest bowling to making v
so Pmiov IBNT woeld probably prefer adg eeri a
to deaverltaao-on. Wbma he has spocen be ba.a t om
hed A oer Wely iwhan tgr o mp e to m*A-
oImWbu W ll VV.e. he spoke o.ti "GAe,*
.V Lmed

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"g J AM AI CA TIM ES. [March 18.]

A Tourist's Contrast*, The La Piste onn90 y so 2 A I
States of banaas 4r OrMa FO m 4 FI OAI t", T
We know what Jamniiga fee like- bt. John'. Amislase A
Mew. We don't call it hot, nor do here will hold a mlver medal exam AT THE I
many of our visitors. Still it is a' shortly, Those qualited to mpete r
eal contrast to the eliae ew a ho-ld apply early to the Hor, Secr- i*1rA f111
ditios from which soste of our tower. wy, Cayton OgUvie. L, L L.bO n ll u1, I
jita come. One entleman to 'whom 6.81i. wos our January rainfall.
a TIMES' man talked on Monday Moore Town had 32 inches.
said when his steamer eame oat 0or At a Mr 'C rey (St. James) Concert
Baltimore to bring him south, for on the 18th thero is to be a "Basket
the firt time, bere was a *team Drill." .ARL E HAL
boat in front breaking up the ice Tourists express themselves aswvery
for her to make her way through pleased with the Self Help, both as RESH
amd out. When onee bbo got out regardnls the quality of fancy work and 94M R L ,,L
the thermometer jumped ten de- its price. A .
gaees r day tall it was 80 in- Aowe, o Wetmoreland, had ruaST
stead of 35. Asked about the illegally lai his poaeasion. Mr. Cald
summer heat, the tourist maid in Sed bin8 0 or W days.B R A
summer the states touches 102 de. The Amwsesw I the secondateamer
agree* at tim4s, but does not hold on theNow Frnit(Verley)Uam.- AT 6/- EACH. ]:
a4 to that. iHe did not And. what anspetort Calder leaves next Iagbth
we pat up at present ia heat oneom- to beo- L 0. in St. Vineeat. He fiHT TV niT eftf
portable. On other matters he said joi ane herein a 1892. His new job VYKJHT KilR fiII
4ur trams were cheaper than theirs. isL. i UU'TUIi T UUD18
where xides are at a Wilnnm of_ Itauin eraiser Umbrai is Kim A 3L17T
2d. our train fares a little dearer, out- tos.- Be -was lately down V .
the trains themelve quite up to way. She is 2.56 tons, runsh 1 -anlin
the standard on their eoutry lines. kaots, buks 00 tons of coal and had ,
torp as w ..s.n. .i. a- --BY SENDING-
TABLOIDS OF NEF-B. What is It? ENT% UnderFlannelsat2a Od to
Montego Bay has 1 a. small t each. NEEDLE-
Are. "77" is Dr. Humphreys' famous Khaki Riding Breeebhes at 7R 6d, 10s
Vendors of meat in Montego Bay specific for grip and colds, a small to 16s.
have of late been evading the mar- bottle of pleasant pellets that fits the Cents Office Jackets at 2s 6d \ (- -RK
ket dnes wholesale and now khey vest pocket, handy to carry. Youths Khaki Suits (long pants) at 7s. Lt
have the Board on their tack. What is it foi? "77" is for grip, Do. Tweed Suitse ditto 9s, 12., 14s, 18s,
Canadian provisions are beginning coughs, colds, influenza, catarrh, ins and 20s.
'o appear on sale in Montego Bay. and soreness in the head and c eat, Gent's White Drill Suits at 9s, 10s, To be done well and cheaply.
A case of alleged infanticide is on boarseness, sore throat, general pros. and 12.
t Bck River. Utratsad fever. Do. khaki Drill Suits 10s, 125 & 14s.
103 bags, 12 tons, of native corn What does it do? "77" breaks p Boys Coatig Suits (short pants) at -
ae recently been bought ina St. colds that hang on addo alt Get's Stiw Hats at ls Gd, 2,
glisaberh. to ordinary treated Se: at 2s Mand4e.
Th6 L A. has a fort Royall duiggsts 5 eeats" or Gent's Sammer Undershirts at la, Ia
parade on the 20th. mailed on. recent of pril-e. )o. Is d, and .
iliat. ieald for Amerrica on tor' --ik i Saei free. 606 Vt5 Te Leather Leggings at 7* -
Wde M others hbad left ow phreysU BMsaepathle s. adlhe .
.Ldo preseted Sir NTYoW YWit oJrl Bi Ylnkee Nickel Watches at 446 Baep of any art gladly received by
books- "..nReble W. P. Co at to ~ Mas. ADJUTANT NADEN,
*a Oslal Per aps." aLong Courtships. M' u it Warden.
Quanti me regulations e in force Lon OPF. CHAS. FISHER Warde
against vessels from Colembian ports. 21 King Street. _______
Sbreia movement to get funds 4 -eal"gw21 K.,g Street.
insure Holy Triniaty building, King- sm lo -a a the 0 amor
ton". The collection yield so me 16 8cadinatvian hiaw. a seasei.
p arter.e the industrious NorsemenAn- ooe flfrs'ac

edr ouarted6 short iny whi ch wrk aWnd frrm AI{_DUU dlo W JI
The Rifle Club beat the Service shortinwhich"toworkdand'from
Team at Port Royal to-day week whichh they would never dream of _____

SSodtr e not r taking the days thatae at A IeChite do r
Kr. Noel Crowell captained a of-iws-

.o ag.anst a Kingston C. C. second e Norste C 16 ChhddiStoetthKige toi

e om ( lastai )w- a t w wooed all the Austrian Shoes:
a water n area of 30 m usually. wpded atthe Wka o WMWas lf d --
Se_.m _.. _S__ t B,"a ckbor u o, ,ounted oB 8n1 I hoeI low heeh d i
adyw tetoshow-cause DIe 5why o xT/au vU c l h po5t/ddotoe ... ... 4/0
Soit be not struck ofthe Sda s laes a a ie71dlock G6 o7dort
t pe. Why bhylt wag*m *eoeh d to- 4/6

TMr St. Andwf N1 St. TOBACCO. Addreu y ore ShoIe, low heels, afnd

-ms- -- -- m -F- TH11 BOOK 8T0WABD, poied e ... ... 6/6

-- r-*-? -- -* --t-= "LE A OBTOaOc.. Whb COana, loe Oxford, 5/0
m A em e1 11 1 0 &b o urt lh e h o u l d e r s u t 11 1 a1 1 b eVd o

a. -k (r sto)e wlais Nordothey utw i u s did coS 8hoes :o
a.. thWearm e d pause a olit Se e g Bl/do A s Oxf Shoee 50

&a gi v ,.a ba s t w n test ifof afo Measures 2/ olDimoe~ Blk GIcshoee Court
ilp atBcafsotoros the =4a1fM sop Io in t e d Crt Shoes ... 74/0

Th etral t o ..w Caji,, bo- a Dine s in' B iak 01.' Ocurt.
I". A. 1 H. veiAIe i x te/reach, I NS&er'

SO ..TI ts... .
Se, o Ave,, 1 m5 ChuMrioMb St .. Kitn son.t W t eorts hor A:4/0

..E.ng *t J t$ e t0.. ... .. n "P
VIa.M& i be a- H -
.IU.a". Palk$ -. a eh.a.ue..WShoo. B s 0

[March 15.]




Nair D-g Sa1oo,
Under the managemuet of Mr. C. H.'
JOHNSON, of BristoL The Saloon
is fitted up on the English principle,'
4 and one cm3 eajoy far Cutting,
Shaviug or Shampoeing, under the
most fvourable eoditions. Pat-
roniMd by the Nobility and Gentry
of the Island.

Tailoring Dept.
ploys Two Cuter. ard undertake,

The SPerts D0t
Ladies BOOTS and SHOES
of the highest ra.des.


Shirts, Hats, Collars, Ready-made
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hosiery,
Neck ware, Perfumery, Toilet Re.
quisites, Pyjamas, etc., etc.

The Proprietor of the Sports Depot
is Sole Agent for
SLAZENGER'S Athletic Requisites.
including the famous
Dexmmon E.GO.M. No 1.

ra 0 A art

46, KING STREET, 46.
WrNo connection tI r ith
other Ab JL xahmma I

The Leading House in the Island for
the repairing "i Watches, CTolcks,
Chronometers, Barometers, Eleetrieal
Apparatus, Type-writers, Phonographs
Chrenograpih., and Musical Instru-_
mentso a t kind-.. Minute or Quarter
Repeaters a specialty. Diamonds and
other precious stones. Workmanship
and finish unsurpassed.
Wedding Rings made to order and
engraved free of charge.
Prompt attention to country orders.
All work done on the Establishlient
is superintended personally and gua.
ranteed by C. C. MASSEY.
rThe Leading and best Watch maker
tn the Island. *
Apprentices taken.
C C. MA88Y, Manager.
HAND ? ,
TF there is not a Shorthand Tpacher
in your district. appty-to Mr. S
Souna,-T Duke Street, Kingston,
the wel.known teacher" ot- ?ta4
system, who is prepared togiveleeos
Scorrespondenoe. Term' modeite.



WT IUy lT I Gfo JAMAICANS AND The writer knows of a young man,
,i n I!lll/nI'B~ lBNi. N d "O A CN ......EN L IS Matriculant of Lundou Univerbit y;r
,,, ,, r,, latu U.'l BAD ENGLISH. whose Eunl is is not only bad in tie-
109-- T--- extueu, e. ut Le possesses the TUroi- .
WATER LANE, KINGSTON ry Jack Span. uncouth accent of a mountain nero.
--A very grave danger which It is astonishing to find the language
Slt ia tm ey grave ofanger very o a young man, who has been though
TIe UOldefstat h i aDe der.I few people seem to realize, staresa S;eondary School and haw passed
IN THE CITY. Jyamie m the face. I refer to Educational tests (in some ases io
the at of our young men speaking bigh bonour) to be on such a low level.
For Fifty Years one of the most sue- bad grammar. No doubt we have be- The fact is to be regretted, but stilt
cerulI firms a* come so auenstomed to it that we do we cannot. persuade ourselves that it
not pff much attention to it, but the is not so. Jamaica young men sorely
W ATCH -MAKERS fact reains that the vast majority of need reform in this direction.
our boy and young men abuse the I eIt may mem strange that the girls
ClinOC .Il-MAKERS, Englru. eso badly, that their should not be influenced to such eD
U. .As ,AiK st on a par with that extent by this evil as are their
"lF W! r-E MVtS AND o efw ,iountry peasants. This fault brothers. I am glad to say. that the
is means conflisedto those low b of our girls is far superior to
OPTWCM WL doww the soclk seale, but the sons t of our young men. This may be
of qWptale merehints, sad proi- soonted for by the fact that
EKCOLLENT AND SPEEDY WORKMAN. feaWolitl men are among the chief carse language in every respect is
8HIP OUR WATCHWORD. objectionable to ladies, and so they
seamyue visit o r Secondarydo not suffer from contamination in
WHITBOURNE & CO. 8t wos and listen tothe boys as t ey school or from their companions.
exchange words, whil t at play and it The speecl, ,f girls though not al&
will be apparent that the Jamaica that could be desired, is much better
T D .n.T ,schoolboy does not speak the English than that of their brother.
Janguell Abutalo tlpa 'ao t atoio the This is severe ec iticismt but it is my
msUllU a lB.. l .aoountry people, w ich he finds more to sincere hope that it will be a goad,
KINGSTON J.his htaf- owing to long practitC, he fruit, and that the young men of Ja-
O JA is very eloquent in it, when it come mnaica will see their error and make
St-- a matter of a war of words with up their minds to give up a very a
IS*... T a ...WnlB 3 opponent; or to.giving haste in- educated habit and determine in
Structions in arranging a game of the future to speak only King'.
FROM..............4 TO 5.30. cricket or football. Enlish.
Even the sons of English parents EngJACK lishSPAN
TEA OR COFFEE, do not escape this evil. They easily
acquire it from their school fellows,
CUT BREAD AND BUTTER, and their parents hardly Reem to THE SEAMY SIDE.
)notice tbe--AchTanRe in their manner (if
As peaking, ani if they do, only content MARIi *HARE OF THE UNIVLRSK-
ASORTEI) CAKES, Themselves with the hope that it will THE ROACH THAT CAUGHT THt FOWL
ICS, ETC di -appear as the lads grow older. But
ICES, TC. contrary to expectations, matters do Constable Bailey is not more
-- o -- not mend and the habit grows upon squeamish than men, and particularly
them to auch an alarming extent that, Policemen, generally are; but that
L Tab le we t the unfoartate fellows. begin to feel Tuesday night he was simply appalled.
ill at eaFe when in the company of Marie was but a youngster in woman-
DINNERS.........4s. educated gentlemen, and they find it hood, but as preachers say "old in
--10 -- very difficult to form their sentences sin," and knew more about musck
NOUT.-Teas and Dinners will also oorreetly. language" than a crew of realistic .
be served on the Terrace. The middle class young men of Ja- novelists coached by a team of de-
maea da tbe whole, do not as a rule cadent Poets. So she took King.
SONDON AND LANCASHIRE speak proper grammatical English. It ston and H4arbour $treete for
LJ FIRE INSURANCE CO. is not only in the ordinary schools herself--and indecency. The Po-
CAPITAL............ .......,127.500 that their evil is to be found but also lice 'Magistrate has therefore
FINANCIAL PROGRSS. in our High Schools andl in the Train- divided the world between the com-
Premiums. Reserve unds. ing Colleges. To give a proof to munity and Marie. To her he has
1880-f4265,$6 253,729 this assertion ; you have only to listen given the interior of Sutton Street for
1890- 7n2,347 622,026 to the chat of many of the Mice 14 days: to the rest of us Kingston
iW0O- 955,706 1,201.772 Students as they troop out from class and the rest of the. world&
Totl Losses paid since 20 2 room, to be convinced of the truth freed from Marie for that period. Or
commencement ;0,195,500. of this. otherwise Marie pays over fifteen
SPECIAL FEATURES.-Fire Business It is quite true thatmany of these pieces of silver to an appreciative Gov-
only. Surveys made and moderate rates men come from the country where ernment.
quoted free of charge. No Life Busi their surroundings have been through The fowl dwell peacefully in the
ness or Liabilities. Absolute security. no fault of theirs none of the bhet. Elletson Road yard of .Rebeoca
All funds available for Fire Claims, and where they have been accustoiie Iloll,,es, and paced meditatively in
Liberal settlement. Policy hiders in. from their birth upwards to talk Elietson Road dust. It is generally
cur no liability. Prompt hayinent. pidgeon English. But nevertheless the Fowl that taker the roach ; for
Agents in Jamaica, it is a disgrace to a man who has what says the proverb Roach ebber
FARQUHARSON & MILHOLLAND, spent several years of his lite at a so drunk him won't g,, a fowl yard."
Kinwton college among educated and cultured But this time the roach, Sarah Roach,
tutors, to return to his home, in the took the fowl; and it was zot the fowl

country without having learnt how to, that took in" the roach. Then the
THE BEST FOR BOYS. speak ttBe aglish language properly scene changed and Sallie was selling
--at all ivwes and in all places, poor henny penny to Mrs. Morals at
ST. ALBAN'S CATHEDRAL SCHOOL. Here is a chanen for the Board of "The Willows." Surely they must
Eduetiona to insist on immediate have been weeping wilows, for S. R.
Toronto, Canada, refor a ma this direction. For it is a while she sold her hen for Ia. 9d. sold
Boarders live with the Headmnster well known fact that only a very herself. For. lo, a little maiden
at his beautiful home in Wychwood small age of students who pass daughter of Rebecca, saw the paying
Park, at which there is skating and through Government Tramining ol fowl and recognizing an old friend
bathing. lege. can.eak Engliuh Alently and -" told mamma," who f6tohde-' the
A good and spacious gymnasiump, correctly at all times. banns and coming with the Police got
large grounds, cricket field. I say at all times, because when Sarah into gaol where she remains or
Highly qualified statt. conversing among themselves or at two weeks, after having vainly tried
M. E. MATTHEWS, R.C.A. hose bhey abandon what grammRr to impress o an incredulous Magis-
Principal. they do know, and revert to thl trate that she bought that fowl from
"I strongly commend St, Alban's patois or broken English. How' two pickney." How is Jamaica to-
School. On all hands parents have a man be expected to teach othi produce great novelist^ if flights ot
expressed the utmost satisfaction."- when heannot even speak his own I imagit.ation are thus ruthlessly dis-
THE LORD BISHOP OF TOBONTO. language 'brrectly? courawed.
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ST. PAUL'S SACRED delightfuL Mrs. deMootagnasc am g'O
N CRR BiWt in the Lord" and Madame Glymas
COTCM R .',, e ihell F641 IR-, Floek." The
S. latter has a pleasant and apMe
[By at s scentionslt Crit. woice, but she seemed slightly wrvis,
A Sacred Concert is meaningless I and should be more careful about her
sauless it deepens one's most solemn' enunciation. Mrs. A. &B Hamilton,
and deepest feelings. To that aim Lady Hemming's daughter wag
its every feature should converge, and The Lost Chord" the MaM t her
thbi lifts it and give% it an interest mother was to have contributed. This
and raiwo d'etre much above the or song of Sullivan's is one taUt invites
dinary concert event, specially as one's sympathy and it was Vry
that oomes off in Jamaiaes at which fairly song on this oiai.
the members exercise a beautiful in Baut It was in her Violin Soles
depeadosoe and pull yes all horts of that Mrs. Hamilton gave a
ways They are amply to eMtertia d rely exqafsiteWolteonuib to
thi for the moet part o very sur the prograite. The AtlIls
ifae lines. The eaoe, the meatc, rendered by the obeir, Roemn la I
the satimetal, aadwieb 114 the Highes*," This t the Day-ad i
tie tates of the olial, t "Thus 8peake the Lord" iw t-
bave as muh ee neiee s i as bea ablydo, ad a a w%0t ue
on a eeki-e. They areall threaded Comert wasabove the aweraLe
on to the same mefMe, and that *
to aL. Oce*asa y we iave "Se Did the Makid Article..
eular" concerts masad on other ---
lines, bat as a rule they are ot a TraSlor0 OF WAY.
whole well Ait to-gether, but simply The musical critic was unahb to
parts placed in temporaiiy elose ttteda pihnoforte reedlral, brthe
relati6sehip Rut the very fact that handy ma" on the paper said be eald
in the sacred Concert there i a aee- do the thing easy enough. Ad Shils
tral idea and community of purpoee, is how he did it:-" Herr Diaspen's
makes it harder to suooeed with one. recital last evening at Acousnde Hall
St. Paul's suffers on auch occasion as %as the most r-cherche event of the
most halls in Kingston do. It is too musical season. Herr Diaasao is a
small. That is a fault in the nature master in cantilever, and th his
of things, for however music expands automobilia and in his tour force
the soul, it cannot enlarge a brick he wrought wonders of tonic stimula-
building. In everything else St. tion. He was especially potent in his
Paul's, is most excellentlyland taste- dolce far nientc passages, and in his
fully finished, supplying an excellent diminuendo crescendo appoggiatura
environment ior a concert. he displayed a technological skill that
Simplicity and the suppression of was simply wonderful. Herr Diapa-
the individual should be the keynote son, it is true, occasionally erred in
of a Sacred Concert ; for as Tennyson an overponderosity of rutabaga, and
has it "however we brave it out, we again in's too lambent Justplel baut
men are a little breed." Our man te lapses were hardly -o NIdble
nerisms, little affectations and ob i his rendering of cantabilioi in-.
obtrusive adornments are out of place, termezzo. The ecital upon the wIolet
and mar the solemn Avenues that was a marvellous exhibition of -j4a-
Sacred insic fashions lw assenst hmtas inst4umenttion and -_
Etertenie. ter y step in the prT- sent, cavatina." A "atone" handm
gramme should be to deep the eam takes musie lessons maid thb *
?f that approach. At a bSred Con- something wrong' about it, altbough
eert sad a t=& rc17h peciky, let the be couldn't say exactly what; sad
perform O rl an A iIa Sect self- the managing editor, upon looking
abnegation, by ok, ge- tie6ritique over, was free Ao admit
ture or raiment rise obtrusively that it was all Greek to'him, til, he
to vex the attention- that would said it was lucky that they had so
centre on things greater than able an all round writer on the stat
this mortality that has not yet
put off the flesh. Made Kitchener Cry.
With [tbis conception of things,
among the numbers that were Bishop Brindle, enthroned, lately
beet at St. Pauls was Mr. as Bishop, at Nottingham was
Royes' rendering of Gounod's beauti most popular w ith soldiers.
ful and soul reaching, There is a A. well -made, square, c... y-
Green Hill Far Away." Mr. Royes knit men-of sixty four, upright ,as a
dings with an entire absence of alfee dart, with a fresh, ruddy commtIalon,
taton that makes his presence on and eyes that look you throuee and
much oocaiona a great pleasure' through, he is an example of thl "e% t
"Abide With Me" sung by Mr. Noel kind of all-round manlineM. "a ta.
de Montagnae'was perhaps the best comupaied the British foroes a oai n
vocal number. It was beautiful. Catholic chaplain id no few'r hasn
He had however made the mis six campaigns against the Dilles,.
%ske earlier in the programme and was mentioned ina every deitob.
of giving an Italian song 'Pieta Beooming chaplain in 174, h9*red
Signore." Italian Sogs should be with every expedition betwelI 7A
sang by Italians. No other comment and 188, when Kitchener qpEtered
is needed. Ln "Abide with Me." the Nfmdi. On the field 'Father
tbe splendid voice that we all ad- Brindle never allowed the boltets to
aire bad a task that it could deter him from ministering to the
and d perform triumphantly. wounded and dying. e is
Mtir Ford n-- Creatin'sa Hymn," one of the two men who haviAmsed
Best0ve, displayed a voice that by Kitchener to give way to elH0on.
gift 61 nature must be placed along The oooasion was the Gordo ftfbe al
with Mr. deMonLna*e's at the finest service, jointly conductedN tb he
of thbe ventag.- It inmgreat eremgth haplains without distinction of eed _
but is lacking somewhat in self control. When Father triadle recited h. sp.,
Mr, Hollis' Organ Solos were most plicatory prayer, unsurpassaWbM'a it
q itly played. He perhaps has splendid pathos and its 'simple
a trer night into the soul of oluasi eloquence, the man whom eve ody
cal music than any local organist; and believed to have no heart at all bur
his quiet, steady style at the organ is into tears.

"GoodWine Needs No Push."

A Coloured Man Praised. Esca
S .- It se
At Bath, BEg., lately a man of nolpvr And
made application to the *-F'4,Ct.t.. To u
He was a seamas, and had adopted'a no
girl named Eliza Handley," now 14 T
years old. The girl's mother lived near
Worester. Applicant's wife earned TIhe:
money by working in a common no
lodging house, and insisted upon He t
taking the girl with her. He wo
thought the girl would mix with bad He t
eampay, and, therefore, asked the His
giet,,atee to help him get ihe hobd Bow
away. He was willing to return the kn
=ld to her mother, but had not theb If 5
mioey. At present he was ra collect- D
tag, and sometimes took t, girl with jamaia.
him, beesas people would sell rapg to
the girl when tt we vftto 1 Sandw
Mr. Restarlek, te ourt missionary,
pmi snd toe iaire to the eaa and
d a too hmaie for the girl. Doe
The Mayor tolappliant that the I Do
eeorse he had take was to his crst. "1 tiE
trying ht

* [March 15.]

sped the gun, but then the dog
ems, umitook him for a hog,
all his furious passions rise,
u.ke Man ma" think 'two
t wise
'o try his.chance again.
y say Man-man" is boasting
beat the geu and dog's bow-
hinks of going baek again,
pride has not yet felt a pain
are "Man-ma" you doa't
ow yet,
an return what you may get,
don't try your chased again.
"* DoAM."

iches of Humour
and asminesee.-
h be love his wife ?"
ink so. When be isn't wor-
r be is worrying about her."

S_.n, Edward Steinke, 66 King Street,
Swil tune oor repair you Piano.
L he Barawle. Ad...te in a very, A grocer Lh the following sign
sensible article say.: "Where the "-tedo his window-" Eggs new
social conditions of a colony are aid here on the shortest notice."
threatened with paralysis owing to
the prevalence of some form of cime, A. O. A." 46 King Street will
whether priedial larceny, arson, or mecd your broken typewriter.
what not, no reasonable person could
opposelan appeal to penalties more A man's character is frequently
drastic than those ordinarily caused. treated like a grate-blackened all
But it shows a peculiar weakness in a over first to come but the brighter
community where too great a fondness afterards
for drastic methods prevails. And the
idea which seems to be entertained by Get a good hair brush at Birkbeck'&
some persons that flogging is the 49 King Street.
penalty which would stamp out crime
of all sorts from among the laboring "I didn't get home till dawn yes-
population, cannot be said to be based terday morning "
on either a deep knowledge of humanhat did your wife say t"
nature or a profound insight into West That's the wrong way to put it.
Indian affairs." What didn't she say ?"

'Twas'a night tn Janudary '02 *
When loungers there were very
That something sounded in the
That filled some one with sudden
Ah Simon, sometimes called
Man man"
Youv'e missed it, luckily you rin:
Go try your chance again

And when you want a wedding ring,
Hoffman will sell you one at .66 King
A parson once prefaced his sermon.
*With" My4iends. let us say a few
'words before we begin" This is
about equal to the man who took
a short nap before he went to sleep.

Have you bought Hail to Ja-
maica," a patriotic song selling at
Winklets,' 18 King Street.
One day at the Castino Cadet.a
fle lady with 'whom L- -was danc-
ing, reminded him that he had no

"Mass Man-man" thought him- gloves on.
self a mouse, "It doesn't matter," be replied, "I'll
That unseen creeps into* one's wash my hands after the quadrille."
house, I -
Yet no! a stir, some one's aware If you are a sharp fellow you will'
And seemingly has 6et a snare, I buy a good razor strop at the Cana-
Run Man-man I" run! you're dian Warehouse, 29 u ing Street.
not caught yet,I
If you stay you may never get SAILORS ItEST AND
To try your chance again. READING ROOM.

Ban went,, the shot, run The following sums have been re.
Man man run ceived for Mrs. Denniston'd Sailors'
To run from gun shot is no fun, Mission.
A single grain may make you feel Capt. L. D. Baker 5 0 0
Tim otuiteright to 4od ad K A. Hopkinm Esq. 5 0 0
steal His Grace the Archbishop 1 0 0
Into one's private place at night,1 Sit Alfred Jones 2 2 0
For surely there you have no right; j. 'A. Fraer Esq. 0 6 0
Don't try that chance again. 1gA Wett Wishe 10 t0 o
\ Miss F. Smith 0 5 3
Away went Man man" like the Mhs Ewart 0 1 0
wind --
Never stopping once to 'look S. MCBLANE
behind; Manager,





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Th0 Lei flin 3 'cil
The eiectivos present on TuesdAy
wheis Council resumed at 2 p.m were
Messrs. Vickers, Middleton, Johnston,
Levy and Simmonds.
A governor's Message sbmittd
Supplemtnenrary Etitnate calling for-
3.120 of which 1,149 is another pay-
ment in re the unfortunate Hoffman
Dr. .Johnston learnt that 1,007
pi'-,ni, had hiao vweSinated during
thi years is a Westmoreland district.
i'te same member introdpred "The
Friendly Soeieties Bill" whiob was
read a first tUme.
Mr. Oliview, ii0t WiW B0 U.,
(o) to amend the YalugAi low (b)
and to suspend the Sinki Tand, or
the Fund sas*tide every year, to help
pavy off the poble 4&d .
The Attosaey General got ihe 'ifI
read a second time to amend the Stamp"
Duty and make Foreign lUianrltee
Comnpaniel pay a license here. The
amount of tlelef ae waslobe filed.
On Mr. Middleton's suggestion time
was given to lnsuranee Agents to con-
sider the matter and the Committee
stage of the Bill was deferred till
Mr. Olivier moved the second read-
ing of the two Bills that will introduce
a new system ol Taxation.
to yield general revenue; and the
Parish Rate Bill to give p.rcchial
revenue. He pointed out that Gov
ernment. had followed the Select
Committee Pand included Quit Rents
in the azxes to be abolished; bat
would not include Kingston in the
Bill. The valuation which at first
seemed to promise a gros value of
J9,000,000 seemed now likely to ntand
at 7,504,000. In view of ths they
must take a rateable value of not less
than tes percent. of the grass; and o
that under eaeh bill they em levy
about 13d in the o. Allowance would
have to be made for eoensuiolis to
those aetmally aMde to pay. Tbh maini
Sam gross hva ea whlsk reliabe
value was to be
The prspeet Ws Goven meant mw d
get onem the Property Tax about
143,000 while it was 4ping up
some 48,000. They would have to
get thbe deficit made up in some other
way, and would introduce proposals
to that end. One clause in the Bill
would exempt echooel and churches
from tazes. When property did not
pay the tax for ive ymeamt wmod be
orfeited. The aew system be oon-
adored would be simpler and sounded
than the old.
Mr. said eve at this
Stpepa o0 a thermletabilit1y of the
Va ra reta. There memed not
eough data to show these were exact.
Quite the opposite; they were now
2 million paund below the first figure.
-. e moved they defer the mater till
hey ad statitlwe they could be are
Mr. Sharp aiSed they mast have
reliable lws, be d t oppose the.
aso.d imding; nor we d M- r iddlel
teon Mr. Outlier was sure the valla.
"ismaw gle we latttyam
Mr. mdid ai alxtrh of the
retar wWelt. If all nO. oet yelded
ed m t"&a ono m thon He thofgtb
87,^W0 at least iuald be reckoned
Te 1W was reaMl a semed time.
So we the Piamh B ma lBt. Mr.
Olivter pointia0 ot a tht the Qoeras
en da not ti e tee'a dea
sf atta& that the rate must not ex-
.(ed t In the A
Gobg hito committee on the Ap-
p on n Law. Colonel Ward raised
the q*Fstitmjid
aLsCQKWVfOV's oJari(1. -

The coStenton here IS tha Mr. Mo.
Kinnoun O taking up an appointment
under the Amercan Company had
iga up blb laim toa pensIon, bat
sowbeVwU^^Ata,. ., .

. ---Mwwqmm Los %,.,5rw. t m

uajuri received wan euac ug au
Mr. Berry learnt that Tavern
liceeaes cost ten pounds more from
Cross Roads to Papine, and front
Cross Roads to Mary rown'ACorner,
than they did from the Corner to
Constant Spring.
The Appropriation Law passed
A 1ill to amend the Valuation Law
was read a first time; alto one to sus-
pend the Sinking Fund.
The matter of Governor Fleming's
pension was then continued. It ended
in 17. 8%. 4d. a year beinp granted
by 14 to 8. All the leetives exempt
Mr. Berr voted No. The debate was
t some length and pretty warm. In
mentioning the oase of Sergt. Weeks
a native whom Dr. Johnstona urged
had as good a elaim as l ovetnor
Pleming to a pe.sq, Mr. Bell said
his eame had not been brought before
the Governmeat, but Mr. Olivier
stated his ease had been met and be
was receiving Sa. 6d. a dey aimce
January. Few new points were
brought out. Governor Fieming, who
by the way is a lawyer, certainly
qualified for his pension ere the law of
1885 stating new terms passed, but the
claims of those, already entitled to
pensions were specially named and pro-
tected, and in.the list that did th:.s
he was not mentioned. Now
. as Mr. Middleton pointed ntu this was
strange, because Sir F Fleming was
himself a lawyer, and oould look after
hise rights, and the Government here
whofrawuand passed the law w*re
supposed to -ee that 9 i jIM eldasim
were saae-u arded. Why was Si ..
lemiag's ease omitted? Might not it-
have beea eoa -ed he bad no claim.
The very omissiom seemed to kill the
eiaki as far at the law was e' .rsd;
if t was by neglect Mr. Stern g
g- then, why hoald the oflfi
responsible not be held so and aade
tepay, That was the point of the
Mr. Olivier made a sm ng ap-
pal for the penaio aying it was j
wold reflect badly on Janmal ad
the Govermeat.
The Governor made a very idwite
and 'lal-vested threat toe
mttr. of psaaraZocwp uws
Several of the else"td -pro-
tseted with warmthaAdwi -
any Mita"tlo analaga st Ae
to deal fal id emenaiy with
isbe servanta
The ,first tag in the disaoselio of
the Property Tax was the rejection of
Mr. Cork's proposal to s*uUtattae n-'
imoroved for giroM valae. Rlit -
gest"on also was to pho i the Pro
perty Tx bat delay BAte.
A Tax on broes vale be eld was a
-tw- Argy jad Indety, Mr.
Mttlet..4-md silthb, a this
point, but. was not for delaying the
Law, and disd 'emDoo mit .A > *. ,
Dr. Johiaston emphaeised the 4iU
setrdlot pftteti.e he mmasi ai

thit wea so. Mr. Cork asked the
Goven esst instead of lifting ur-
ohargea to give ten per cent. on cash
payments. Mr. Levy supporting this
said it was done in the Btates. The
CoUiltor General said it only' cost 5
per cent. to collect as present.
The quatlio of bailifa snd mrners
having too much power was then dis.
cussed till the adjournment at 5 p.m.

The electives present were Messrsa.
Johnston, Berry, Webb, Middleton,
Cork, Vieter, aev, and Simmonds
The Prmorty Tax w-sdealt with
&H4& ay ~ bout 4 p.m.
Their I to reited and aiaw
referral to a Seleot Committee. The
Amendeit of the Valuation Law

To Our Funds.
We askawledge with may thbrics
a oidbt oi a. to the sReuse
Home a. 2&. 2 the BdilletWA Fnd
from Miss Phlpotts, Brow'e Tows.

Falmouth Notes.
Things are very dull; business ap-
pears to be at a standstill. Messrs.
M. aMd j.tt are still baying bananas
at is. 3d. for 9 anderi. adl ild for
8 7. They ope b gve
ei sumoo. ThbIrt abo. y

I tvie v er, H j r p r I me st
t eoepstat I uarry
to g ift'mbut tbai t bu
camabe to s tobe se A to.

ut Je of the P" to
oft 60-- tUM ay' sqq Gssiom 46a4
Up to a late Ioh a L.-*the lay deo
Coitabes may be s*eep
In ORt.A wp,=ppu 6 th eoii

. Wnagpvtwm&

Solutions to the Chess and Draught
orkledms ar invited cn .d wit li tA

acknowledged if received within th*-f
following week.

Chess Problem No. 68.
By W. F. Juleff.
BLACK (Five Pieees).


wHITz (Nine Pieces).

White to play and mate in 2 move.
Draughts Problem No. 68.
j a1 i

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White to move and win.
1. Qto R4th, K to KSrd.
2. Kt takes' P. Mate
I QtoR4th, Bto K 3rd
2. P to B 4th, Mate, etc.
oAOtiOSM: WMOTrr O Pib*Ufi 67.
Black: 2, 9, 1. 17,, 2. 9 182tk 2
IAUf: 11, 1, It, 15, 50, i '16, I

Whit to to te and draw.
14 10 l B 141 3 7I0, 15
-41 31- I 9-18 | Drawn

to hs

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ode ahrdid SOL Amaobit
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and continued till the adjournment at ef the Bills wAuld increase and argued
5 p.m. The sum asked for is 17 per I that while the Income and Personal.
year instead oif 6. It is based ioto) Taxes nigbht be delayed the Property
"na lantl. i,..t 4.ui(ble gionuUds. Dr. J Tax should go forward.
Johnston pointed out there were o oay Mr. bimmonds, se did Mr. Cork,
in Jamuaiea whose clai ln' were disr pointed odt thie statistics were income
guarded simply because they were.notr niete. AiWM to make then, a b&is for a
legally sound. law was to build on uncertainty.
-- Mr. Pork raised the point that which
WEDNESDAY. fruit glowers had included their yerT
The electives present were Messrs. crop ia valuation, cane planters had
Berry, Webb, Middleton, Levy, not ...
Vickers, Cork, Simmonds, Johnston, Mr. Olivier replied that instruction.
and Stern. to all l olletors alike were, to exclude
Mr Ievy gave note of ..u tLan c)OPp, whatever it was from tbe
about who ad eg raofay passqest and v ,~io Te statistics were ure
aboutwhy the ad tab ; Col. Ward to og for working purposes Uo
wily theyh.6dt 'Co. Wardto r..e--- v s '-t were pr-tll ob.
-He :muss pu-sou witL the

te s.i. V- V:w Al F?. ms wm :W 5 l got more popertyOi

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SJ AMAI -A TME M 8. [Marh 16.]

Black Hill-Portland Mr.n0 n esoL
After continuous rain ip the earlier Luoes reports a false a&is A ire.-
portion of this year, there was a To test the Brigade it was stated the
change for the past two weeks. But -Rectory was burning, but ys our
lince Sunday tlh weather has been eorceupopdeut there is po r and
again very tainy. all who will, take out the engine.
The Parochial Roads re not i the Gayle welcomes Miss E. McDonald
very best condition. Will not the as Postmistress, a worthy successor
aSperintendept and headmen. see to to Miss Smith.
theilnt.In t. Mary Mr. A. Scott of Gayle
There is a Ji call for baisnas, but has suoeedei Mr. G rat as Asitstest
the price is smalL should sot the is rinatedent of Roads sad Works
t oth two emppai have bee Mr. Rumi l leaves Gayle ebool To RETORATIVE, DIGESTVE WINE
bu., tog wokly. Still prie is Lia sed Goverm ent i vey palatable.
down. We hope omi~ better A At Aunat St.ire Ha Gid
T..Pe o Pi o st enter h bftle. F o swa
threcoted te ooephk- ao t w ht lM. Coth hU members is re toep walk taewte agoa th wok sand presribed 10 AD KOaST
We *nwu e cm d fmakAig ast se n gesa, Jo yeang enenea,
for two fodre aim o en t seo Field says the ry Wo' ya tae am wl id. era.1 i ho 0- *-
ofa Ph TeasOBer and "a eraSei tUm~s or. Cros me I lad o lk "W: Om wl.bms amer 6 two priampel ma as.
A. W. T. is; e,. t u *in fie IT1 is a ab t pns rth v enTII L 16 1,
dance 14tb werkl a. peo eare wnow, to iry thd, e pod 1w. Beef- Fa til- a JUi. .I 6AuTlrl I beas 0ilI
arre p ats tnim addim to Usb' -f. sa a s t'isUrd trade-mark:
It is allegal that Arthur otvhder for rme payel on Clutinialen (4of e.W.T- Tw t .r.....s aWHO*I eN-.
hailing tro S Eli&abeath ne Meoday and the pries f9or prdme. A ofAL M. advertising cO.a2-AA1.
marched ast. Jobmkes' basesm are so bad, it is with umriti Le Eat
walk on Leasox ill and took a six many plnaer can gt through. Plenty e isa 3$ aiilT cordial A
hand ba a. stem t oe of the stand, of rain sinie last week, Qufte a boon. 8U bS8808 all others by its pufty
at Cross oadsto gt a tt, on d faultless preparation. To be taken on a lump of sugar.
his grog"-o wet his whistle. But Army meeting was preceding a aO
Ratkee the hiadmLn came up and Heywood and West Street, fg5ina
detected the fiuit and went i dr Mr. with his members started to walk $as ap.twake : .WI &W UWW, w&Oe & So.ft .erclsnts. 100T45
John Downer D. C. who marched through the former's crowd saying
Arthur before him down to Hope Bay Won't you take a walk with me." o .. .
where he-was put under lock and key Seeing this the Army men asked all Short clear meF qual. 17 75 U
tobe brought, before the R. M. on to join in their hymn Whiter than Pine Apple- i brl 5 lef I11
Friday 14th inst. Many people are $now,' to which they responded and Beef-Family-Ialf UU. U
f .6i cold and fever, other- completely drowned the singlih of KeronueOil-1. deg tetper
wise tbp th of the district is good. ggina, whor Mr. Kingpon this week in lot9 of 1,000 cases 2- 100
M' f ied 40s r diorderlimnes.. Imp. gals. each. R s 9.40
6or4e'09 1.01 Mr. W. L Btte. -% t O r ,Sa b 96o test 3 ~13 32-
-, w. or.l--,.Aed cultural Leeto w, wl drbe Msooo basis o to test SHOE UP ER S !
S-- t .Maehtr TAheA.' AEm~e per lb. ... 2 .-29 32e.
,ATIV, at .e Mispab_ on Mday. Coo-Jalmai ordinary to
G-(MT AC"Mar&W l st. All Iat ted .aw in,- choice v lb ... ... 6q-10,

Rev. .L- A I goo uuta b a 7J-ST We have just received another large
Gw i- ., B i...U,.. aWI B *th t ustw y, w.d_ N .to go
Tuint aTh Si 8. Thoames, to o :,p L ,.. ... ... 7B-8,. supply of our well, own .
A wTaurner take peal harvest seirdoe fr tO Plme nt-Good0 rhantBble
wand Ie S le ..i ... ... te
MM F- away In she o0 Sunday and pr, Oranges-Fdir quality, otder.
Me ti ad teha thee. be the sale worf oeir l4 ando ondtloni pere rate 4.00---5.1, l i
the lensro h t ha"d lek"i.dy e ilb th heda. be le Gsape Fruit-Fatr quality,
tnes behind. Wheni goas are scares thing for me 2&. Mr al. f and condition # crate. 12.00
fowle disappear from their romts and Bushy Park an the 1Ith of AU. Coeoanuts-Jam. selected
coops. T ,- Mr. Joh Hartngey Du, Aptag i'M. ... ... 20.j, k
tie" at the missionn station on the 18th present inspecting in the direction Excnan rate for bankers stg.
inst. at 3 pm. He will conduct a of Castleton ; next week, he is off to 00 ays'on London ... 4.85-1 which are a nal of
similar ervioe at Sa-la.Mvar tomor ~St Ann. Exchange rate for bankers de-.
row, 10, m 7 .Iww.aed preach at the On -iday last ewk Mr J. 'lay- mand bill on London 87 .
mid4ay service. On Monday hto o son, w ho is a native of VanUjna.- 4S57 1-jQOit'a eiua
nda 4 sd On tiay ao Sd, but at present day weel CANADA
Grag RI l and GwW* Plain, on tercher at g se Gua was eg HAXItA, N.S. MARcH 14 Out Stock include the foluuwiug-
in andeuh in ean Is Flour-West Indian shipping
week we had a feir sbare of up a pt,. w om s f n bel .-4.00, Light and Dark Brown Bals. 101 pair.
wind, but it has give p piee s ~ imhbr sipped and fell M ... ... 4.a Light and Rifes 12/
See Aows of L 03 8u S broke mu of his t n.it n a ... b. G ihtand es. /
1 -O ts-O rdinar ... ..y "bush ... A
e.aemny we hadat d .e s. Ml. as, .. I *sw Lighti and he s. S. 10
VWe were.h ea- e .. O.e .e..e Mr. U Se omns ... ... a. Light .sad Sbies 71
-- m 8 curespemdsIs e aks ... ... t,- lao C.lf ARies ... ... 9/
ah nea addf Mu uawdvio m]Np o. Baplit br ... .W
*, we bad a 7 oW y-, ad-sl 1 BlakS~ a Calf IWalods .,7/.
bahm hsA peta is IN .of Macke No. 3 MeAm 1.. 48 Uask Calf Z S. ... ... 7/ "

VeiS AM"01m abt to -dd KHu Iady llL 9P ZM Kan d Patent Bis., Bttme,
C. D ..MA. .. .. 14. lastir ... ... 10/ o
us b y n.amiln- rA lesbtanure bie Ou 6r Up& rs "ewe- fail to give stis.

~ gra, .lme..to M solving the of R w. u J ea common c,.,glea 1 K i T S ,
r LOCAL INTweRST. 8 Mair to B_ cre nt r _o_
cof te JAMAIrA Pg.16 4.W ..f A. .... -..
TJ "ei.r weas to e he | ecre. .. ...: *"O A d.ed Po. ot 1AeI IC .er

The 8111 o deal with Streuti taug Wimk _, from B5. B.....IP t *... t .., 38/0-4 (w o.-Nbwro,*' (VK.Y 8o..
will se proemleed with, 9overnm at fllaovlr R.,Jim 14 tel, io eaane -.y ast.. A.

ooltessas she can larry will soon bA er'*. known from end to end cf Jamai01,
,4 O O. 0 cr-(Ia be bou.un fvassWtakl__ & C,.,
T arth Deon HeeW c tai, ns 1s"I. .. ., ,, hould get this song. T"ea er, n ite
jA-aeon thoes mmotioned Is -. ,our ptut i,

? s h..arh0 0b6sm .. hS l pn r

rew, se Watend reemele. bet. ... ... 1 ? Ps.O .

[March I5.]-


- U.. _____

We deeply regret to announce the
death of Mr. Cyril Thompson.

The Discharged Prisoners
Aid Cociety holds Its Public
meet ng at' Edmonson Hall
on Thursday 20th, 8 p.m You
are cordially invited


To the Editor
Sir,-I enelose the appeal in be.
qaef of a Morrison Memorial Fund
which hbaa appeared in the daily
papers of Kingston. It has occurred
to me that a large number of ad

mirers and trends might like the
opportunity of contributing to some
amount to his memory. To
this end, if the scheme commends
itself to your judgment, I wouid ask
you to bring it to the attention of
your larre circle of readers and open
a subscription list. The amount thus
collect by you should be sent to Mr.
FrdI. L.'Myers, Port Royal St., King-
ston, fion Trena. I would likewise
%uistzes that the list be closed on the
12Lh day ot April.
Yours sincerely,

The Manse,
Up Park Camp.
[We cordially commend this effort
to the public. Every old Collegiate
boy, and many others will, we are
sure respond eartiy to the appeal.
The Fund has been promptly ad
well opened, and we shall be glad t
see it well filed up and closed -ere
April 12th. 54. J4 : -
There seems to be a prevalent feel
ing throughout the community that an
effort should be made to perpetuate
the memory of the late W. Morrison,
I. A., and to evince in some practical
way the deep sympathy that is felt for
the bereaved family.
On the invitation of the Rev. W.
Grtham we, t6he undersigned, have
associated ourselves with bun in-the
formation of a small committtee to
receive contributions for the purpose
of carringout the following objeets:-
1.-To erect a small bust or mural
tablet to his memory, in the Scotch
Kirk, Kingston; and it baa been de-
cided that the money to be.expended
on this memorial shall not exceed the
sum of 50.
2.-All that is subseribed ovr and
above that sum, to be, present to
his widow as an evidenoeg.mqt.hre-
spect and admiration in' hieh' her
tate husband was held UK y the com-
munity. -.
We are oonfdeit that these ob*e t
friends and admirers of the i a
Ie ras.. 8-they do tos. a;W we
t% l esieiat qetrbu*
tion. to the Fund which we "ave
saiteai16r itApk .of ooqpf plish.f
s b dered oad. .. a
as riAllso i a meiton
1Agrough the columns
(S a.)' W lrMtema ;O

A. A. Roneoq, .Mayor,

L. Myer, on. Treas.

Mr. .orri JWad .M.G. 10 mber

Glenlyon Lodge (1asoab) And
rC. Moermto ... a .. e 10o0

Glenlyou Lodge (11senate) aad the

Right Wors0ipful Mster Niehe The M l hat aso d under e- NorIoh-Portland.
the Lodge meeting this week referred sideration tie necessary arrangements
in fitting terms to his toeeese. R. W. for the visit of the Bev. F. B. Meyer Subscribers to -he TINcS here ex.
Kennedy to whom the special duty of M.A., and the Rev. H. B. Macartney pressed their special sathfaction with
speaking op the subject fell dwell n M.A., who come out in the end of the the issues of the 4 ast and eighth inst.
feeling terms on his 25 years' acquaint j year as a deputation from the Keswick Baptist Harvest Thanksgiving
anee with the late gentleman, rilUor- Mission Council, England, on a services will be held by the Rev.
sing allithat had bee said of him ; the Mission to Jamaica. Sibley on- the 23rd inst. Offerings
Rev. Maealla spoke in suit.blu and It is proposed that the deputation and sale of goods next day.
effective language of Mr Morrison's should visit about eight different Agriculturists of .Norwich
geniality and Mr. E B. Rodgers fo.- centres, spending about a week in each
lowed with a forcible, and well place. Such a. visit should prove to have got notice to quit, so
expressed speech. In this he recalled be great blessing to the churches in that the general cry now is
the fact that he had known Mr. the island. ",where, oh where, will we get
Morrison in Aberdeen ere be came to The travelling expenses in the is- land."
Jamaica, being with him oa the eve land are likely to be heavy, and are to Mr. S. N. Richards proprietor of
of his departure to our Island. Here be met by the Council. The tre Mrte "Model B ker" is expected tof
in Kingston be had long worked with surer has been instructed to try and leave onextl Bakery" is expected to
him in connection with Concerts, get donations from those interested to leave next week.
Spellior Bees and other entertain- wards this object. It is one which Mises L. A. and E. V. Kelso have
nients which along with Mrs. L Utpbell should commen'itself to the liberality left for school work at West Brach
they organized and carried through. of the Lord's Stewards, e and WTllingford respectively.
Tne speaker, dwelt in moving terms on oThe cluban hve g fed down rotoem,
id reud h a rx n iprtobaTbly pllanan big fortoig
and resumed his seatafter aniare- The n an o- on n rina F ireUpNC.Cmen, the lng
das r c~ihg h Cpai f te

-, son f &DoSomug Wsevesum y .o We"
dead man fiae career.

In an editorial on Thursday the

Gleanrer contends that the Salvation
Army Social Home at 96 Orange
Street is the cause of the decline of
the receipts at the City Night Shelter.
It states-(l) That the decline be-
gan in 1899-196D0 a a consequence of
the formation of the Rome. Waisk
is rather strange as the Home ae'
not opened il October 1900. Fu u
April 189 to Ma n190 0 lL
and from March to Augut the
Sthat wa not yetla existence euereq
this wonderful infa .
(2) ThbatsUI&eAmy Home gi aoc
nly a bead bat eooe in the metlaq
far a penay.-The Home givei a
beahe lto eep o fr a penny; a ed
oetm ,3d; O bCofee id for sepmily.
(.) That the Country woa go
to the Home instead of going to the
Shelter.-rhe Home does not re.
eeirv women to sleep at all
(4.) That the Country people no
longer sleep on piazass and street
pavements-How eminently -offiet
this statement is all who have ae
the crowds asleep at Cros iteoads
the Verandah, at Torrington, at
Orange Street, in Lower King Street
and elsewhere wil willingly teoi"f i
The 61lsar rlihtly obier thatg .
the sight ot crowds l market women
sleeping on the street piamas A a
isgreue to a eivillsed town; but' the
Mitor of our contemporary kaqw
*othing of tho eoedition of tbe Cty
taernigtfhli if be imagnes -th ia
a thing of the past. iR ye*a '
junior reporter oould have girea him
the faptof ipe.oae. Did he wih to
know bthe fa~e W e hope sae at
-he didapot ei..ed.. -
We should' tIa n that or sea.
Stemporar ha.s siuo t ed t
artiole wa uu iucee 0b a. lno

,The CobVent ne s owa' -dta I
xtuare. T*e- C ois tl ofe tOew .
atwh, iMhk halea ist malat lJ-
t.m of, e as I iAV the eti Za
U the islandlk ameti .
= a5'16Tas wr eek. I-Therems a 1
large saikadue sad the wwtidayt -

A fall

... .....p "__-. *..t. dy are ea,,ing The Cptain of the
Kingston was alarmed yesterday by Alfred Jones thankreived lttr fro Sir
a report that Constant Spring Hotel address of welco than good wishes
was burning. The Brigade was sent eaddre glad to me and good thesafe
for but could not-e out of King- We are gil to mention the safe
for but could noteto out of King- arjival from Cuba of Mr. J. U. Kerr;
but the promptnes of the manage e also that Mr. R. T Jones is now able
bent the prompdtness of the managtire t be- o leave his residence after six weeks
mnt ed a disaster The ire b illness. Rain has again coe down.
gan in- a space of some 20 inches business. acontin ueas gin compare down.
deep which exists between the roof Busness connues 10 Improve
of the 2nd. and floor of the 3rd story.
This is filled with sawdust and sha.& THE CAMBRIDGE LOCALS.
ings to deade sound and through it
pass the electric wires. These caused DEIAILS OF DISTINCTIONS.
the fire, how is a most question. One ___
theory is that their Insulating gutta Cambridge remula came by the mail
prha covering was gaswed away on Friday and we thank the Rev. W.
by rate, a short cuetrent was estab- Pratt I. A. for kindly givin u full
libed, the currant 'leaked and the particulars.
shavings got shoulder. An expert Of Boys 2f took the Junior and 181
to whom this was referred thought it theSenior. _Theer, w reamt-..
.Hkel 1 0y ann L We "eot
The ire was debated by a lady who I B&t- i olthe P they were
armed by the volumes of smoke, bo 114 ; gi trh1. e Tota. Boy.
roued the hose at about 5 a.m. The i. d Total Boys
rm was much damaged, .bt the =Th fa..res Bt total. ) 117
e ItiSelf did little harm otherwise rJ tt
TlMwas doe the isal that ein. l e tonhe-i in Claos 1. nine boys
sued during which many guests !rushed (saong whom v wee
to save their personal effects, Singing' ,ai s, namely -'
them out of- the window on to the DODD with eight: distinctions,
lawn. Religious Knowledge, English, Latin,
Freneh, German, Mathematics Ap-
plied Mathematics, Greek.
Port Antonio. HARRIS, (Mathenmtics ) These
are Potsdam boys.
At the lat, meeting of the J, U. MMRAIr- elgiopa K. Eng ish,
T. here Mr. Plant presided and Latin, Grsek,. Mathematics,)
there were present : Mers. GA G RUi (Latia.) These are Jama-
ldwards, Hay, Levy, Grant, MiUer, lea High Sdhool boys
Parker, A. B. Edwards, Misses Lew- B own (Religious Knowledge,
lion and-Chaves. The Rev. W. Lund B'glthh Lati.) Wolmers.
and Mr. P. A. Williams were visit In Classn 11. harp (High behuol)
ors, Mr. Plaat as Retiring Presi- and Cridland (Potedam); with di.-
dent reviewed the yer'. work and tinctiom s in Arithmetic acd French,
found it promise As regards rpeetiely.
legislation he pointed ouat the la Class III. FX W. Clarke (N. 4.)
J, U. T. was not aiming at putting Among Girls in Clas I. one has
members into Counell per a but at found a place and she i a Jamairan.
using every lawfal means to further Miu P3A ,MAx (Dislmotions in Re.
education. 1tg.*. KXnowledge, Latia, Greek,
O3mer wert elected as follows: Fueneh, erm, Ma-ematis.)
President and Vioe. Mesr. Planutam Ia Clas I. )41 II. X I. Hanasa
-G. 8. dwrd. S Mr. A am a I
Is. w Mss wtsm deMM) and M
The Uve Is Meers. Webter aipsem.) r
ran y, and PfTer. the Dele. The, ate -. S deat. under 19
gate to On ?-*e presented a wbh have Wt" B oun. Theos
s*a ty nder ve ug tetified the ZE.
It w4% r v 6'f t uorge the oabi sabiali r l*.-
Uetl J. U. T.,t in r.hs "sehde ti1 4 'ScML arry, Leake
to Code Artisles 114anu 115 e. Il elehar4ss.,
allit aa to -preent the ben a WOm C4, C au, Hogarth
teAt s again ethTOw ,oat of. work B n"to I; Tted.
of semam woue t Not ader 1i ers (C. of E. u.
Our asoedt *%velliar basoel). .
nat w reites a Thamy'. a Uadee,9; eOLExns; Misses
aln q ,ight RheIor U. A e ollr, A.

moving ~ua.g. 1

To KInpto~_Mu~awit&
Wiuguot morehants who ~went
masdts~ork dome ie.4~ be .,dolug. ~

'iiZ meeko,

ntm> giviag the des
salm- h1day but we may
rMA g Uhas donwe
alL MLi-Barrowes des
kiedl 'Fom the Monte.o
Skt 8616ol Rowan ( .
hittang am and Phillip
, :,Froe ,Rusea's, Somer.
nobt,- le tinie
ermer pmawed PFrar,
and the latter, G. R,

oDdd hathe scholarship


T 1 1 11T .1

suir n ant P tav o l


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nt nf our irreverent Iorres-

!remarks failed at one point sigs


Kingston. Saturday, March 15, 1902.

Island and Foreign.
6/- per annum, pot free.
8/- for six months, pot free.
1/6- for three months, post free.
-W Address communications to
Editor and Proprietor.
Asistnt Editor.
107 Water Lane, Kingston.



interest in the game.. In this di-
rection MELTON's structures on
the lamentable want of provision
for enabling spectators to follow
thb matches with intelligence,
should, prove most beneficial
For the rest of the town workers
who don't want and never will
want to see cricket, the holiday
could be made welcome if the
Government is pressed to run
excursion trains on that day. If
this was made an alternative to
the present Sunday arrangement
the supporters of the Holiday

po.udent MAss Tom? Do not our
cricketers too much disregard the
need for training to keep them
in good form? In cricket as in
many other things selt-denial, in
habit, I" eating, and in drinking,
is a necessity which the true
sportsman will recognize aud obey.
In fact cricket with us must be
taken more seriously if we are
to cease to be what our people
call forcibly if roughly, a poppy
show;" or as others may put it
more clsaaicl- language. A
mocking and astonishments" to

If the fire is in your spirit and the
pasion to create,
Yow will feel it, you will know it.
Then to labour. Do not wait.
Go about it with a purpose that will
conquer time and fate.
Speak it out.

The criticisms and suggestions
of MELTON re Island cricket
which recently appeared -in- our
columns should not be lightly dis-
regarded. While pitched in a,
thoroughly kindly spirit they aret
well to th. point, and meet plainly
-put. Tbe recent terrible down-
fall of all the teams that we p~t
into the field against the English-
men must show us that we are
deoeivng ourselves, and the truth
is not in ud, if we imagine we.
van play anything like first class,
cricket. The remark of Mr. BaE*.
NETT, the English Captain, those
of Mr. BOSANQUET, whom we in-
terviewed and our own, point to
one, and the same fact.. We have
good material for making cricket-.
ere; we even have some men who
anU play good cricket, but as Mr.
BZxnnrT put it they are erratic."
Jn other words they can hit to -a
good standard but cannot keep
it up. That is, they lack staying
per. They can bat well inter-
mitteatly, bowl veil, field well,
but they cannot keep it dp, andi
as Wa4i7uroo, -id of a battle,
vitoy in a matohis to those who
can M pound the longest." Nor
is thit want 6f staying powej-Sit
our men maoa to be wondered at,
*.ac.s s -.they are to usery,
iing ties instead of all
day t$4' events. If *or
ormiketaist9; prove we ta*cy it
will be b oad senti6al to have
-more cricket aud longer speUls (
it. In oak ~lte oalo0ies we t1-
derstnd, popular Iterest In the
game is uu ore etens
it to ere. On ath days the
stores Vse and th town praes
tiofiy" SS Iitelf to visit the
grod d wato4.9p play. Why--
should not we develop the Thm
'Amy holiday movement, and while
we Oanot hope by cricket alone
to pOide interesting amusement
for all those who in p large
.1 Kingston would
SeeIN le from work, we
w id-iaw the pay** a chance of.
ha~a vg ei-ly decent practice,
add e Managers of the clubs

Photo br Nadarm,. P
Santoe-Dumont, the Intrepid young Brazilian who is devoting his life and
fortune to the mastery of air navigation, has been going from one success to
another. His experiment! trips recently made In the neighborhood of Monte
Carlo have been merely' pteUnlnary to his ambitious flight across the Redl.
terrnean see In speaking of this attempt. be said not long ago: "I am per-
feetly confdent of sufceas. My new airship has no bamboo fn It, and the

motor has differences ot' eoat4oion whit, I believe, are Improvements. I
have been engaged in masterlng the Mediterranean air currents, and now that
I have them noted I shall set off for Corsica with perfect confidence. It Is
my Ittealonm to deseend at Calvt or thereabout, anG then I shall rime again
a4d steer a. right Com~ tfor Africa. The trip of 000 miles to Africa will of
-our gepe wo tlMS-eese oS t the trial w"M the Mediterc-mn 4to
coie, a It will be m t y *ambitl effort as far. I shall take no on
with a*m n this trip."

would be reMiforoed we presume,
by the Ministes andth distinot-
ly religlomeltmeant 4f the com.-
maity who object to Sunday
trash, bet whore ud to ac.
kowedge that City workers need
aehape ofi' oUtiM.g Get the
stes thea on. T eday, or on
say other day that more suit-
ableo, rtoset at, wor owr noon ;
let~oaforicket evMaI All w -A t

ake th'tu attractive so
a to t 6 popular 4,4 rt; 0 ad
do as MaTeeansOiN p* BKrr
suggest, g profeste tl train,.
ing for ourn men, an' ,f oribket
Aijo k up.I .Our : e. teachng
will then really prove the blessing
in disguise 0te Gwoviwo prophe-
sied, it pould be. OMeb ~c6 'w6rd.
Is there not some truth also in

our friends .and enemies. Per-
hap@ an apt disousion uat now
would lie "Sbh.e' ricketers
Smeke, and how much ?" Should
they drink, and how much? In
a word. How should they
Strain N ?


Should Minister~ smoke is a
dippssion that s bee proeed-
iag in owr columns of late. Open-
ed by a letter, breathing a-high
toe of amoal feel .ad seueo
of spiritual ty, it ws tr ken iop
by- LiTes. Luam wlh* while
embodying i' his contribution
go. d sense and lonio trenchant

nally to appreciate the standpoint
from which FELIX and every Min
ter and indeed every Christia
must discuss such subjects. LITTtz
Lozwoo thought it enough/t
enquire. "Sh.:l not a man so
his own as be likes ?" Of co rae
the answer to that from an al-
truistic view of things is "Cer.
tainly not-" Still less isi al.
lowablefrom that point in Al-
truism which is known as Chris.
tianity. The Christian most cer.
tainly cannot profess to be justi-
fied in doing whatever h likes
with his own. He is constrained
touse it to glorify God and te
help his fellow man. LITTLS
LONDOX however makes some Ben.
sible remarks in protesting against
the line of argument that would

close the discussion by asking,
can one imagine Jesus doing
sa ? He p inted out that there
are many modern I.abits arid cus-
toms that it may shock the ima-
ginations to associate with Jesus
which are nevertheless quite harm-
less. Smoking for M:niLt r-, ;g
f,,r every (,n.' (,l- must lit, re-
garded as regards the indi-
vidual himself; and as re-
gards the influence his action
is likely to exert on those round
him. As regards the effect on
the individual himself we are in.
lined to think that it is certain
that tobacco injures men who
have not arrived at matured man-
hood ere beginning its use. After
that the injury it inflicts de-
pends w, think largely on the
constitution of the smoker, and en
the excess or moderation in which
he indulges in the habit. To the
mature man, who is sound and
healthy, moderate smoking is
hardly likely to do any appre-
ciabia harm. The question of
course immediately suggests it-
self, what( is moderate smoking?
As, however, we are not entering
on details in this matter we
merely indicate that question and
do not attempt to answer it.
Even wihitn, the limits' above
suggested as making it harmless,
our personal opinion is against
smoking as an expensive habit
that is not worth the expen-
sivenese. The consideration
of how our example as
smokers may affect others is quite
another thing, (and t is on that
ground mainly that a Minister
must decide I. Placed in some
places over oteae congregations it
may beA ifond, quite possible to
be a smoking Minister with no
re#tlng barmE. ln fact, we can-
dyidy ooie' that we can imagine
nhtaS0as whW instead of injuring
6 minister's influence for good
moderate smoking would increase it
ItHit i otherwise it is oertai* iy
Rdtyeof the Minister to give up
the habit, nor do we think that
bioe convinced of its doing harm,
*.AV aiUftJnnm L.i iU ... -*..ul hea.

%tae to u -up smoking. But
his it must be seen is very differ.
eat to reqdtuig all Ministers as a
mater o' eurie to give up emos -
ing., id# in view of the msay
eolSites Ministers one can xremt
-who have been smokers, the mind
-must revoltat harsh and whole.
voale c'r demnation of minitrs
,hai swimke. After all, having



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Smk-,%fl aL mar.io ea fltitAif

r mous and excellent Minister of
Religion, namely SPUvaOoN.
It may interest one or two of
the writers in the present discus
sion to know that the great preach-
er once said when remonstrated
with that he smoked to the
glory of God." lie was sharply
criticizedd for this and replied
I demur most positively to the
statement that to smoke itself is a
sin. There i- growing up a Pharisaic
system which adds to the commands
of God the precepts of men; to that
System I will not yield for an hour.
The preservation of my liberty may
bring upon me the upbaidiaigs o1f
many of the good and the sueers of
the self.-ighteoUs but shall endure
both with serenity 'e leag as 1 -hm
clear in my conscience towards God.
I still stand to my ,ing Smota kng.
to the Glory of God.' Ne Christian
should do anything in which he can-
not glorify God-and this may be
done according to Scripture in eating -
and drinking and tha common as-
tions of life. When I have found in.
tense pain relieved, a weary brain
soothed and calm, refreshing sleep ob-
tained by a cigar, I have felt grateful
to God and have blessed His name.
That is what I meant, I did net use -
sacred words triftng."
When told he would lessen his
influence by this avowal, he re-
plied in this manly fashion. If
I have gained influence through
being thought different from what
I am, I have no wish to retain
it. I will do( nothing upon the,
sly, and nothing about which I'
have a doubt." Our personal opin-
ion is against smoking; in the
majority of cases we fancy it
would be more harmful than help
ful tWa Minmister's calling ;
whether it is o in each individual
asme m we think, be left to the
individu minister oMMered.
If he is aioere about his business
tie wo t* hesitate to lay aside
what hampetr him; it he is not
einoere, it as not givig up smok-
ing that will Sake him ultimately
great litSnt for Good.


The Scheme for the establish-
'eeat in Jamae"a of Oentral Pao-
totrie, which MrV--G4WS 8 >oL.
wo reOseUy laid befete the sov
erpmea e'l W open to oorree
ti6na' leU 'e th tough we know
that It v.Wee prepaMced with the
Most -)IooielntiftU attention tw
-employiig the best and most re-
.iable information prootrable.

It certainly deos coMnt'nd it-
self as the issue of a compare.
hensive and careful review of the
whole situation. A prime re-
quirement of any scheme of the
sort is that the Factories bw Hso
placed as to serve a large pro
portion of the Island. The plan
of scattering Factories about in
various parishes is open to the so.
rious objection of being costly. In
this business as in other business it
is most economical to have one
big establishment instead of five
or six small ones; for when you
have the five or six you must per-
force supply five or six distinct
staff's of management. Mr.
SOLOMON's bold proposal is to

and. e..AmLE oal Lilnni.. 4Laling% a nd

in touch with it woild simply be
to produce caues with as good
sugar making properties as pos-
sible and send .these to the Rail-
way. The canes would be taken
by train diow to the Factories
aud then manufactured rapidly
into sugar, with the bye product
rum.The manufactured sugar would
already be at a shipping port; there
would be no further heavy bill to
pay for transport to the seaside.
As regards the transport of the
canes Mr. SoLomoN introduces the
details of this part of his scheme
with the extremely just remark.
"The burden (of the Rtilway)
falls on the entire inhabitants,

carry these loaded.

to their des:

in his ministry, it must in fairness
be left to him to decide what he
ought to do or not to do about
details such as smoking. There
is suh thing as a Frenchman
has said as inventing virtues and
blaming,, t.ers for not practising
them. It is curious o recall some
of the famous examples vn the
one side and the other of the mat-
tor. Tsxyesox, as we all know,
smoked tremendously. BALZAC
would have nothing to do with
tobacco. The late President
MoKiNLWr was an inveterate
smoker. President ROBSTELT is
no smoker at all. The most re-
markable utterance regarding
smoking however that recurs to
to us in connection with the above
discussion, came from a very fa-

twice tte salary paid to a single
official, the Governor. In our
next article we shall discuss fur-
ther details of this mnisterly
scheme, which deserves the most
careful attention of both public
anrd Govert mount.

The westbound ocean liners ew arriving In Boston, New York, Philadel-
phia and other Atlanticliorts b a g tales of rough and wintry e'ma. t e they
show evidence of the same. Bere to a picture ahowln a typical scene on
oeh a steamed. The bridge an everything forward is coeatd many inches
thick with kne.

place one Factory at ion-
tego Bay,.and the other at King-.
ston. Thee are the termini of
the Railway, and the Railway
as he points out can be a" to
convey to the Factories the ne-
cesary applies of out em es ,from
the field of no fewer them: ten
arishes, namely St. Thorns,
l8t. li-abeth, Manchester,. C -r.
endon, 8t. Mary, Portland, at.
frathaeina Tm&law v. S-A Andmrw

anS Eingston. --
This Mr. SoLOmoN thiake he
would not only save the sftet
flow stnagglig hard to ,svrive,
but it woald lead to the resmoi._
station of-obanu4ned.engar pro-
pertie, and till better t the
opeAing up of t1-adtill aeA 4ytg
unused ,and practically useless.
The task of the proprietorm small

therefore it is iejncabent on ash
Governmeat to adopt a policy that
will benefit. lt the inhabita~ta.
It should not be forgotten that
the present generation are paying
a sinking fund which will -eleMas
future genersion~ oft-s the -b*4r-
deo of taxation a.sing from the
RialWr7 ieadit% and indeed
the whole syte will become an
uanom bered .property. of the
nabhia. Tb mam m aimnamian

then is Wtsit Ato u eadva
tage* .hat tiM Railway System
can afirpd."
Be then propoSWe that a fit.
form charge ot 1s per to.n or
caeses he fixdto be charged rom
any station on the lineG

For this the Railway will
undertake to provide trucks and

'1 he WVesleyaa
WE8LEYANS IN Methodist Confer-
CONFERENCE. ence has continued
to sit. The Wesley-
&ans differ from most o' oar
other denominations ;n ex:lud-
- ingthe Press from their delibera-
tions, thwogh they appoint Re-
porters among themselves to
make a record of the work done
anJ transmit it to the papers.
The reason for the custom of ex-
,cluding the Press is, we believe,
largely, found in this that the
Conference goes very minutely
into the affairs of each minister
and his congregation ; and there
are thus matters cropping up
which it would be neither fair
nor discreet to discuss publicly.
Still we hope in the 'future
some arrangement will be reach-
ed whereby such matters will be
confined to a period during
Conderence when the discussion
-is with closed doors", 1'ut that
-to the threshing out of matters
of. more general interest, the
Proes, may one day be ad.
mitted to report. The Wesley.
an Church has played and still
-plpye a great part in Island lift
and the public should be en-
couraged to take all possible
interAit its affairs Its
membership this Conference is
eporte ast 1,756, an increase
of 171.

The signs of the
rTAZE. times show that oun
ed Government will soon -have to
answer a new demand as regam
taxes. The demand has
heard before, but it begins mow
to. gather volume. At peseat a
aertain date is filed, before whiac

the taxpayer msst hand in his
taxes or a stated proportion of
of them. If hee fail sevir-
hrWged, we need not explala-
that thismeaMn he will be held
to owe, and for to pay mor
than he orvginy was charged
- Recently e St Andrew
Board asked the other Pareo.
chial Boards to oe-eperate with


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tination, Kingston, or Montego
Bay. The loading will bu done
by the sellers of the cane anud
the unloading by the Factories.
Thus .the Government Railway
would not require to put on
extra hands. Mr. Solomon takes
it for granted that the Factory
long since projected in St.
Thomas, of which the JAMAICA
TIsas was the first to inform the
public, will be established ;, for
he considers the district well
suited to the purpose. H" thus
contemplates the establishment of
three Central Factories all told.
These he reckons will cost the
Government, for a guarantee on
interest at 4 per eent on ucpital
invested int them, 12,000 per
annum at most, that is just about


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it to seek to get Governmen the midt of his soil a teaber, a of that brave and determined To Correspondents.
to abolish the surcharge plan; and the group of hi pupils, band whoe long and ourageous J. P., Stewart Tow-Your valued
and allow taxes to be paid in little fellows some of ten or struggle against Sugar Bounties contribution to hand Will appear
during any mouth or quarter twelve And some older and bet- has now been crowned with suc- shortly.
within the year for which they ter able to realize life and cess. Possessed of graceful liter- J. B.-Thanks for information.
are due. St, James' Board had death, formed a touching feature ary style, and of sound poetic E. 0. 8.-Than ks Next isoue.
the matter before it last week, in the great assembly. Men insight Mr. Morrison was also ter with pleasure next issue. Thanks
and agreed ultimately) to back from every walk in Island life, well known as a poet. Ready for your kind remarks., We try to
up St. Andrews. The HoIn. D. friends of his manhood, his old always to help, with a great and be fair to all.
Corinaldi pointed out it was pupils, pupils but newly from loving heart, we'turn with mingled INTERESTED -Moppear next weeay.
nonsense to ask a man who his hands, Jew and Gentile, of sorrow and pride from his grave-- letter will appear
could not pay 6s. to pay 10s.; every creed represented in Chris- sorrow that we should have lost The Late Mr. Morrison.
and the new arrangement would tian Kingston, of every honest him, and pride that one so brave, A Morrion Memoril Fund has
still leave the machinery Iy occupation Kingston- boasts, the so good hearted and single mind- been started on the invitation of
which recalitrant taxpayers are the heads of schools which like ed should have stood out for years, the Rev, W. Graham. The aim is
to be prosecuted untouched. his own have toiled to- advance our teacher, our guide and friend, to provide a 50 bust of the de-
Only the people would be allow-. Education, his fellow Jourual- in the ranks of Journalism. ceased; and to hand the sum sb
ed to pay in the easiest way ists, men who have opposed him widw. The appeal on the matter
to themselves and have the but withal honoured and respeo- wrh h we heartily commend to the
bngett time possible given them. o d him as much as any, all Ministers have re- ptiblic is ijsupd by the Reve. W.
More is gng to be heard of gathered round the. deidT man. Tw wv ently been speak Graham and Ell. to, Ward,
Worei n ... TE .,Mayor Robinson, Dr sdera, C.
this matter. V lemn and moving in its B DOCTORS. ing- out very plain- E. DeMereado. F. L. Myers and R. C.
Sii_______simplicity and dignity was the ly about spiritual Guy, Esqres, 237 has blcu subscribod
service. The Editor of the Tele- quacks; men who set up as preach by these.
SThe week wa grap~A wearing his robes as min- ers on a limited stock of ideas, T1le Arritqns Union on Tuesday
1 Te week was ... I -, recorded theu ippreicatioun o Mr.
THE LATE M. crossed as it began sister, read the words that re a till smaller pu-ply of knowledge Morris *. plilantlhropist in
the solemn mind us of life's brevity and and no stock at all of grarmMr. tthe community, n true friend and an
b. ..y pas uncertainty, and of the Chris. Doctors who are not generally a advocate of tr reforms"
That Death whe tian's hope when that which is vocal folk must often feel if they Dr. St rn, him old friend, speak-
it hewr down a lire beloved by ..... .n- . r ., b 1 tted' iintedli(t and gen-
m y sr ik e v e o he b sown mortal is raised immur- don't sAy cutting things about the e rof n 'o. ,
*many can strike even through the 1 i 0 l erou impu l,.
ick hurr and strir of City life. ital, and when that which is blockheads that set up to doctor -- ---
quick hurry and stir of City life. sown in corruption is raised in our simple-minded country peo- Fellowship-Portland.
Itwas in the interval between. .. -
the ervioes on Sunday, at a few incorruption. Prayer was uttered pie. There is John Clemetson T'ree Companies bought fruit thin
minutes past four, that William by the Rev., W. Uraham, the for instance he is in prison now week, -viz. The United Fruit Conm-
inutes past four- that Wi" Pastor. Both had been the for one year, and his victim Ann pau y and the companies represented
Mornion, M. A., nucipal of te by Messrs. J. E. Dyer and A. A.
M ton e 1Joh f dead man's colleagues peculiarly Sherioh is out of this world for. raspetively, Despite the
Associate Editor of the Dil s near it him. It was clear that ever. She was a woman of 45 U.F. Co. buying frui in far-off places
itK -. u .W, H .T they were deeply move#. As years old and when Dr. Calder to which the other companies cannot
.. o away. en the bdy wa borne ih, he sammined her oorpse, he found go through lack oeffiuient drogberage,
wyear o. t en m eait ords o oa ea e don to Dot athe latter are bAng fairly supported
slowly atnd he guided peacefully t feot -*h.eemau cultivators., The price
from Time in- o Eternity. Smit- faith ell in touOs4, strain from morphis. Yet no one ha e t dtemd for nine hands is Is. d. It is
ten hard suddenly by il thie choir to kill her. She was sick, and rimoured that 2s. per whole bunch is
itn ha d and' suddenly y illa lemeton came to see her and being paid, but here people are satisfied
in the fall of litsiyr, the thought What though in lonly grief I treat her case.ened ro with anything that i o ered them.
of losing him sent a chill to hun- sigh, e se. e opene p Trade 'is praet4clly at a standstill,
dreds of hearts in Jamaica; but h' For them beloved, so loper nigh, feedings with pouring and drnk- and storekeepers *a kept in constant
dr.ed sofhearts'in Jamoa; but Subf 8mnisivestill w4a 4t ply, ing rum,. using a little red glase" idleness. -
rallied.A i he .T hh od y wIl las Ann's sister testified with that The int feditAle' teacher of the
labour id fullled h dutes. The hymn was ended ; and for graphic touch regarding trifles BptWts4-&.).*d Ur. N. Miller, i
cheerful, fresh hearted and gental; ?aTly e- I.q ge-uiig up m. service
still he was ot 8 oetdong as hen a bar or two the deep under- that is so Jamaican. Then John of ongl forsr~ter Sunday.
still he was not s ostuong as he osg f ay
.t bn an d o. .t e. f, a e tone of the organ sounded sent oilnut, and gourd leaves to On Easter Monday a picnic in aid of
Sbeien, and of late the failure gloe* Then ,-gain rost the hu- be boiled into tea, and it was Anglicen Charcb, will be held at Mr.
of vitality ad become more' and man voices, plaintive, sad, lone. boiled; upon which handing Rose Hugh Mitchell's peon.
more marked. At length he fal Ve heavy showers of rain have
tered and wnt down. It was in ly as man on the threshold Sherioh a small vial, he told her bn taking since Thursday night the
.. _last wees o f F i eb of Eternity, but with the subtone to drop its contents into the tea. 6th inst. and vegetation is once more
the last weeks of Febrosey. of Faith, Thy Will be done" And th;s was done. He took rank.
Bronchitis anf Pneumonia were some crushd bush, soaked in a A man named Geo. White was ar-
followed by a severe attack came black liquid and pushing it the rested at Berridale charged with having
that jhich prostrated him last iMr. Moron came Mack liquid and pushing is to the bommittedbeastiaty. He was.taken
ttwinki s weoa. from Ban oot- ick woman's nose said her mother's to thel police station by disuict oon-
yar. All last week be lay, sink. lad. gr ada. duppy was on her. They paid settle. Valentine, but was afterwards
lag ever and anon into com ted at Aberdeen having amo him 10. and he went. Next da o a, free for want of sufficient evidence
i w he ebo ,, and .~is cl s 'mates the famous Ar Ann was worse and after drink
end cao as we have idied. hibald Forbes, war oorrqpoadent, ing ten cups of tea she died on Hector's River.
h y who retained for him e long the following day. Morpha We are having contnuou showers
assembly of mourners dte He ch1se ang in the vial and Dr. Calder said rain, with abudner, lightning and a
S1K; dsn-thceeitel rl very at, .q ar wo* grain would prove fatal. It had north eastely wind .
l -in i- nd m, (-a ..... inthatle in R ke, me paralysed the hearf. th ioi utru on Mon-
*hich, followed by a slow and ti prmey se 1r the heart. d& ay. and Tuesday, The steamer did
,m ,t_.prso ., embrcuig ore *e -, not arrive until a late hour on Wed.
"h 0 ti". an te _" Aaktan Master to Dr. Miln. News from Croft's HM. A e religionists oonistig of
ants, the dead man was borne e eer te.aftet qited Ja. -- abot 1 men and women audtwo
S for his lat rest Those who re. The Inspector General accompanied small hildre paed through this
S' member Father Dupet' ie more and Insor H. McCree paid ns a vlaiit a Wed:t. t half
.mor ful and loyaltfato our "y pelom Weoeksd ay at t h
tabt compared Mr. Mom as landl e he became impor- visit to look fI a good spot to ePrt Antonio withay to
. federal cortege to that vast asem ta^ ftor in Jeamica's develop. ereot a Constabulary Station, a e We all wish S8rA. L. Jeaes a safe
blage of mourneut at the foe t. He awayorme wo* t. ... A eh.. are having some showers of rat- homew voae ad p" on hi
Sevnt (atiayforthei ber Bdmatio There is a great demna for baua.a spare. he may do. "m.etbing
S-- -and d+pete the dmcui in h but: the prie is still low, It seeas niaeBt the wh.le Islald.
From the galleries way l e maintained his school in tbe that of all the allSed drg Fib
-, ,-p wnwu qf the Kirk manr high efficiency wtl.."m r..e. 'o. I "-
hundreds, chiefy oeiWlag a utagle pe n. of suCidt 'C a iill" is thestly he WANTEl-Peagata lbre prepare
wumes and girls, looked don sorwOavernment. rotdi pah ary int.hUing letel to Hagss teed ooiourjud-glistening.
sorrowing on the space when ed himeelf a. Joau -tate $o JAmAIOA Taies a ew wee'ksaag Address "The Lodge
lay, the coffin containing the hbn. rst in connection with the Cob-. Md there is a dm t who hu .. .. Uppe Arnold Road.
oured .dead. .e had long bee~ itP 8&audard which he served backed. C i' AoR. l e Ald Roa
wornhipper iu that building, of 28 years, thp on OB e ee eio9 sta. pharhl ke |w hi*r
Sanod long an offer of 'the l2.ue and lately on o oontes- yi a rnatiotn ad law u
The pews on the ground po ary the "TelegrepA Bnerr ing the! D" prOeUuea. Then wb m
&4or were filled *ith a l varge igorbus'y Into politics hw p hi om-m- I a.e ta ._ No),e .mi
-, *privelge. I appeal o Mr, r.1 itira +'--- w .--..... .....
crowd of men and boys. Mr. the frbnt rank when public affairs and other to assst Croft'. Hill sug- .f lW S, J1iN M y
Morrison ha, btee taken from were under 'liscuaion, and was ge.tions.


3 -r

W KIt Apliesat.

Manager What
makes you think you
could play a farmer
Actor- Well, you
see, I'm rather green
at the business.-New
York Journal.

All Be U.M
Tom -What!
A dress suit
and russet
Bhoosi Thnat'
wretched bad
form. ,
Di c k I
know, but a
dresa suit and
stockinged feet
is worse.L-Phll-
adelphis Press.

A0 Rude Bers
Wlle Our
teacher called
the wind
rod. I won-
der why.
Kl"e-I guess
because it
adeiphia Press

Just tke MA.I

Visitor-I only purchase pictures of
painters with well known names.
Artist-Allow me. My name is Smith.

a Boomersaf. Parpa View.
Tes -I told
Miss Sharpe
what you said
about her sew-
Ing circle; that
you would not J
Join because It
was too full of
stupid nobod-
YOU? Whatdid -"What have you
she say to agalnat dgar, ppap?"
that? "The h low's a tool,
Tes -She and,beldes, he thinks
aid you were of nothing but moo-
misetaken; that ey"
there was al- "Bt he will marry
me* even If I have no
way room to dowry!"
one more.- %hen he's even a
Philadelphia bigger tool than I
Press. supposed
A Trial Trip.


"Wyell o will have ter pull a
-9h aM $owe i M us a

DOubly S)O.

-New York Journal.

lMesleeloeus. Literary.
The Janitor
i_ The parties In
this room are
literati. I won-
der what that
The Scrubwo-
man-Maybe it
e do hov some-
t'ing to do wid
the litter they
-. make, I dunno.

"Now, Molly, that
little girt is a good
11. She does not cry
when she goes to bed.
I know."
"But, mother. won't
you turn the picture
round? Then we could
see her face and make

He "Ws u6y.
'It Is scarcely credible that so faithful
a servant and so good a courtier as
Johlin Brown of Balmoral could ever de-
IlbPrately have kept his sovereign wait-
ing, but the London Tatler relates an
anecdote which shows that he had a
very human side.
Brown was very fond of fishing, and
one day when he had a fine salmon on
his hook there came a message from
the castle on Deeside desiring his pres-
ence at once. Queen Victoria was go-
ing for her afternoon drive, and it was
Brown's duty to attend her, as he al-
ways did, sitting In the rumble of the
Cftuage. .
"Tell her majelty.. that Fll be there
quekly," he said.
But the salmen was strong and
could not be landed at oewe. Another
and more urgent m m-n reaebed him.
"Tell her majesty that I have a salm- Willie
on on, but rl be in in a few mlautes." pul oi
Still the salmon held eat, and a third --hicag
and Imperative command arrived.
"Tell her majesty," abouted Brown.
"that it's not possible for me to leave
without the -imon!"
Nor did he. But whether the queen
knew enough of fishing and fishermen
to appreciate the circumstances is not

Pound Notices.
The Gazette announces the follow-
ing inupouudmeots : Adel[phi 4th,
mouse colour she ass, and follower ;
Mar Pen 17t.h Febh mouse colour she

-Detroit, Free an, right ear slit. Willie msfield,
Press. 18th -Feb., dun she ass. St. Ann's
BaIy, hestanut'horse. Spanish Town,
After the L*O eb. 1th, Bay pony, EL on left but,
tawe. dok, right ear clink; also 21st
"Doyouthak f. b., moas colour she ak, H. G.
that the devfl on right side of neck ; alo 25th Feb.,
is oe l-n white i he ass, R. H. on left bottowk,
tLr I &left* ide of neek; alsoi anuotr
bout him" w idto she aaa s h also ah ooloar she
b t m 9 mat; a = na Feb., another white
"Well, sah.b she am,' Mandeville 4th, light mouse
hit spendss 'pon eeiur he male. St. Jobhns 14th,
who doin' dea momue coloured she as.- 'ewmiarket,
talka'" At. t17 h Ieb, mouse coloured she as*.
lanta Constitu- Vore, 24th Feb., mouse coloured she
aMm, S. on left sihoalder and buttock.
Kauletou, 28th Feb., two young asses,
moose and brown.

Proved by experience.

Tbz'ee-quarters of a centllberyb'
the Public and oo"mtantly growing

is to-day The6 Stanidard Oooo at
the WorML Bxquisite in Sfor,
highly uotrshli and refresing,
Sxps oe ~proves it to be

SThe Best of all Cocoas.

1 % L t


Ant-Ive half a mind to tak
r two Just to see what t's a Uk
go News.

A Dental Jubilee.



Patent (coming out from under ti'
Inluenee of ether)-Did you pull 4oth
teeth? '
Dentist-No; only one. You see. that
was the one thousands tooth~ It rve
pulled, so I've invited my adatant to
join me In a bottle of wine.-Lustlgs






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Frorwards forsoard oear tUe eiw*

Opr -h ma l eo? to p aeei e a. v, '
a-fied eadt--W

ca7e.w fr. ,ad"Ildo ow topt

O, om &etrow mighty charm
804aZst let me asIgeaze upon

Rhodes bs now a mn aof 48years.
Like Ltobener, Balfour; and Jom esh
is a bah.or -fie went to Afrlea in



IGT.= 'oe &M. Irma r6ed daolmad
0 D aeU p gret English Gatta Percha
(The f rr o invented
rabs and used ibb money, i
S= -u Sy4t31 m liare the Italiman
ofBo*ri t 2easa" iee the demand of the
it hap be out in reply tbitV workmen and averts the Railway
the im ib members we absent. a trike,
It as K che.er is g... to le ad At Anglo-Fieech Syndicate is offer-
t$ KRO^peuer inng to lead..-16 million ---ndstwice America's
to pero in the attempt to round Up ,.pouns s,,mC A mea.ca'
-e. ..- I The Mikadn's gift to the King on hi
m t MPrm OF THBAl. Bfterate wNil emnI -of a pair of
Sharer ab s alabia w gold which
a h.i_ Mrty Jamese artlets took seven
teai t totl afered
IL BM Wk-W Aw a.n 8- ow uyff* eiod


Not 'wsl ggww ~op he'or
j deeeAiu kharkt likeour rod
I a witha rak d all was "Oafe~is
out of wbigh owmeew vawny tle
to rally tduirin=m ae whi~e. The
.tmPede -Qparestl7 ewept down on
$he oz omvoan d t*dlaa~qrwm
00"I w"his thigh fraot~red
Metbumbeewsa vhisra
Padis who led Uhe meustelm=
as 4eteredsedd abed with 40 op*mm
Kitbete" meaomns the g~eq-
ihow by. fa~ui" and I
F Fu~hmthe

hewpiiawlfonogt 6on

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oll Tim eis"

i:~rr d II.*~L L '' '* .


By y

b opyrnwt, 1M tfcy 1w

membrance, they found ang the
scraps of manuscripts toin her this
story of a dream: .
The veil separating this world and
fkba ut Is 1 wAderfnlln thin t hin

tv next IV, won erU iy nju-q Ii n
that now and again it blows aside and
reveals visions. If some one else were
to declare that this thing happened, I
should say they exaggerated or at the
very least that they Imagined It; but,
since it occurred to me, I know it to be
This is not a tove story, not fiction-
it is merely a narrative of events-so
that those who desire to read fiction
would do well to pass it by.
Religion is Inherited. Descended
from a hundred vicars, you naturally
find yourself imbued with faith in Phe
Deity they worshiped, even as the
Hindoo, sprung from generations of
idol worshiping Hindoos, salaams sub-
missively at the feet of idols.
I am descended from a hundred vie-
ars. Their work is all there to the
British museum. I have read their
sermons' beautiful sermons,. edlent of
holy live, written to early gfish,
published by order of kings. .
Naturally, then, I had faith.
With their religion I inherited some
little of 'their ability to write, for after
all, most things are a simple matter of
I wrote fairly successful sketches,
etchings, studies from
the life in other
words, pot boilers.
Encouraged, I sub-
mitted them to a pub-
SUsher for reproduc-
tion in book form.
Hardly expecting sue-
eess. I was enraptur-
ed with the decision
of the reader. It was
complimentary. He
compared my work I stood before
with that of a noted *,g i
writer. He asked me
to submit a collection of such sketches
along a special Itne.
I- did ---- ;----
Then I tell to dreaming dreams.
8o I, too, would have my work there
In the British museum side by. side
with that t ,all thee vicars, my an-
cestors; with that of my father. Mine
could not compare with theirs, which
was deep, learned, much of It difficult
translations from the original Greek,
the best trknelation of all being that of
my father; but they would be side by
I scarcely remembered his face, ex-_
cept by his picture, which I carried
about with. me always. He died when
- was a mere child. I was the only
tne out of hie large family who Inherl-
ed his ability to write. I Was proud of
that-too proud, it seemed.
Reverently I stood before the great
index book at the museuin which con-
tained his name. I had his sermons
brought to my desk-exqkleite erymons,
delicately worded, uasterpieces of
style, but *ad, sad. Hl life had not

as I was at the time of his death. Once
they left me to watch at his bedside,
ftnning. His eyes were closed, but his
tips moved, murmuring half uncon-

'teonig tosonw e one fse, or, ~t oft con-
tinual petitioning, bending an Inatten-
tive ear he had not quite caught the
drift of my remarks. And I thought 1

etb my soul-
"He restoreth my soul," I said anow
more, with languid nastence, wavered"
for a moment between wakefulness

actously: "I am tired. Let me die." had made them so plain. I had repeat- and sleep, then tell asleep.
I must have heard, many of his ed them so often that they were like a Instantly I entered dreamland the-
words, but those are the only ones refrain. I had got myself to sleep earth brightened. Walking drowsilly-
that remained with me. wakeful nights repeating them. After over those BowersI had longed for, I.
Every night then I said my little 8ll, it may have been that I had wea- approached a tall figure with averted;
prayer. I talked quite openly with the ried him. face. Presently Pe turned his face full
Great Being who holds our lives in the Yes, that was it. I had wearied him. upon me. It was radiant as the tare
palm of his hand; not too long for fear If we ask and ask and our prayer Is of an angel It was the face of at
of wearying, but confdingly, not granted, we must say to ourselves: angel. I recognized it. It was m4
And yet, If be listens at all, he never "ThIq -hi upon which we have set father.
wearles. His interest never WLags. ue e r ts h not what we should bave There is a picture in the National
takes beed of our trivial and manfr-- had. Granted, it would possibly have gallery-t forget by whom, but It bq_
able tales of woe with the m m ibem harmf ul to w I ht have longs, I thk to te Blonese
Sagging patience with which ga gmg.o' made us ll, as too many -Weetmeats It Is the pieture of Mary, his mother
ly father hearkens to the te tl& dodtfihUd." and two angels bearing up the body
bitng of an Infant over the blemki fo But I knew that this thing I bad ask- the dead Christ.
ger of her doll. e r for would have been good for ne. The face Of Mary asd that ofe one
till how in it poleboM for -im- to. It Vws what I needed to sweeten my the angels are teowr taned, e ids e are
listen calmly to our sunplcati eu when fe, to ward of bttte rae, distrmstl- red with wespa, the
he knows all the time that 1* hon't neas, to preserve my faith, to eep the mouths are drawn and
the remotest idea of granting t~n1?, unshed tears from falling back po pitiful But the fa*le
That i something dflait imp1pz l nmuz.art and ruostg it. of that other angel!
to understand. A child mnay turn Te Besides, I was footsore with walk-Ig How .shall I describe
t- .-.i a ISO -b h o. n thirns. I wanted to owUrk little ft Sorrowfl, t 1

favor by tears, by while on flowers. tranquil; peaceful with
supplications, but no Hiding myself like a wounded ani- the patience of grief,
matter how bitterly .m- I looked blankly out on a blank yet radiant with hope,
we weep, no matter world. ft and by 'It filDle with the It breathes holiness. -
how agonizingly we grinning faces of my enemies, flanked Often on dreary days
supplicate, our path- *by the faces of my friends, who out- when the joy of life 8t long look-
way Is mapped out wardly bemoaned my defeat while their ebbed low and despair iae at that
for us, and we must hearts leaped gleefully, grimly dogged my foot-
walk therein. I pressed my teeth into my lips until steps I have gone into the gallery an
"I have been a sort they bled. ,picturing the faces of my sat long looking at that face.
E ver y night of waif from py child- friends. The dream face of my father wal
then I said my hood," I told him, ex- A maid knocked at the door. like it He smiled upon me. Coming
little prayer. planning as if be had "Will you have lunch?" she asked, forward, be took me in his arms and
never heard of me before. "Never in for It was early in the morning that I held me to him. He was silent; but:
all my life have I even so much as had received the blow. lying close in his embrace, I felt wba
touched the hem of the garment of "No," I answered. it was he wished to say:
happiness. But grant this prayer, and Later op came another knock. Nothing matters. Whatever happen"
I shall be satisfied. Fame is a pooer "i11 yu have dinner?" In this little spaa t life we are let to
substitute for happiness, but will rew ed: I want nothing. I e It is lot -Wort grieving about; it
make It do. Give It to me." -B." g not worth a u4It It not th a
It may have been an offense to coIn- Itrong and well of body, but sick at tear.
plain. Perhaps I should have passed., iArt!
ovr ;be unhappiness of my life. In all "*Ywilight came. Shadows fet Prom A trooper who w e t outh
pi eMbil4ty I should have alluded to it across the street lamps flashed yellow- A trooper wh o saw service on tsuth
asf little account, at any rate as lived 0 y on to the. ceiling. Africa-*a o the
ant done with and therefore hardly X etched the glm- W mr th ui gave eout,&and the-
waith mentioning. square formed solds were served with our.
But if be knows all thiner he knew tbe window fame. of us generally put our our tgth
every step I had taken over that sad -to a bodily hurt o us generally putour our togethe-
old road as well as I did; knew it by flock tender nurses and took turns in cooking.
the track of tears if nothing else. bearing lotions, band- You'vegot it too wet," one would
What If the words held something of .ages, soothing drafts say- ar too wet!" .
upbraiding? An earthly -faher for-c t tor t h lurtor another, "If you dispensed with some
gives the waywardness of a child. He the mind and heart i aof the di"; youo -ispn with oIt"
should have forgiven me, particularly tb..T thedr e gmieing wot heat"
since he knew my life. he rk. deep- he came argument abot th hea
For some months I watched and watt- iefe, The light atfthe _i., ,aw Of to ohr!.
ed, repeating my prayer morning, nooma giw brihter. lutk nb hots o hot!" !
and night. I fed on hope I saw my.. ,ying still, my eyes wide open, I "'v bt uot eenoough the
self famous and, what a better still, yedmy life. Behind me lay ky "u mut put ahes .. the t
out of the reach of want. My enemlei e I peered Into the future. fL th was b it
who had doubted my ability bowed at It-was blacker still. *ke a l ft .bardene t t ,
my feet In their hearts was hatred, turned on my pillow. It was wet a iec te a .a M y to
but upon their faces were smiles. q uIth tears. ittus da teettha s
what mattered the hatred? -euddenly the light ftck he and went ttwould bVJSve ee.
At length I was satisfied. I ap- Lt Then I knew it wa past mid- orlt' gave an ability dist
preached as nearly as It Is popible to iht long past.
pproacb to hu"mw happlaiqs, oild ITewr sleep? --- .. o the ell.o, Who o t
Thi. was how It h.aened that whaa -4T hammnweaw usui to o ont The

the blow fell I was utterly unprepard ,
utterly. Some one knocked, opeed
my door and hi-inded me Aie pareik
Wonderingly I op-1 .
ed It read the co-
S teouly worded note
it contained eaM
then sank upon my-
S knees, not drying out,
not weeping, but dull,
stricken, only halt
com~rIhending, blank-.
ly amazed. *
I When thetrutbburst
I u ---upon ine, a sudden-
UIkn any sense ofs'lolatloaUtook,
possession of-mysouL-
I seemed to sta ., alone in the UD1i
verse. alone with the earth and lky;
doubly alone since I hbad lost my fidtht
It seemed such a little _thing that r
had asked for, and he had n.t seen mit
to gra't It. Perhaps he had ~it heard.
b*1hW' 1~a

V~oder of it was that I had eot worn
t those nauibers counting them night
A aer night, lit water Ight. They
Iiaed'to woo alamber. ,y thougbts
Saway to my woee
j watched sheep leaping hedges, I
to counting ducks swimming In
Aioleu rows. By ,every imaginable
Me I endeavored to court sleep-to no

letbhanically my. lips framed the
words of my father: "I am tired. Let
'me die."
At the first streak of dawn, att other
-efforts failing, I commenced, almost

and any tat to an.alt the ba o dOI tn:
used the dubbin we had M r nIngmt

last for three or f ay, we waf
uothinpg large enough to It t but
our borees' noiebags, and after ft had
been two or three day ki a nob1 eg
It was appelistg as a brdkbat at
might have been utiltaed as a teab
hammer., .

A Neabheorly Call.
"Have you called on the new neigh-
borro nxt door ye', Mrs. libbinsr'
. "Yes, 1 have. Their boy threw some-

Unconsclouzly, to repeat men psnam toai um ng anu mt my wiuie, ana 1 cease
had got me to sleep In the days befor.i on them for an etplanation."--Phtla-
I bad lost my, faith. delphia Bulletin.
"/*.The Lord Is my shepherd, I shall .
not want," I said aloWud though the Was imsappoimted.
SWords emed now to have lost all "He said he would kill hinelt It I
their signlefadnce. i4Ma rt ry him."
"Ee leadeth me beside the still wa- W* 4
Am e ertor WsmtsooUL tNr- -IA M 't do It, the asa tbt"



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I' -



-- ILL h Bo LD ON .TB d
H t was the origin of the
jUJ, N i|TELY we He* MIL. Bieklp-,
tIve had Toy *I. w start the t aad
my' vini I s imported the State."
..r... stMm, A i p 1 -,_I 0 ...r: .,
i. B .. ropIt -ltn "WW.,. k on tbe Comn* ramt ,,*t
'-ero the e a. ftorhebrvie

OM. iiokel. Tal w orkS to fis, fo ie a, Sy."

Admission ato he GrMnd S.tand .... 1/- ChHi -ed... A. .y i*. .e A .. coKi, y
H[oal ],BlTT O 1q + W-r, eI to her ons erdt s r- t"I reribstrepuneinto
or rnTRA POJRMSt and PW R Za k c#doleadapnd Mooefl service met pursenA the offender with.
Apply to JOHN BAROLAY, 4, Port Royal Stet, Fag ton, ih but of easn nely of We w en sinr th h oen
to CRA8. L. A. RENNALL8, Marvi Bak P.O. Michig li an important te of Mad Mr. Sikels spoke of an effort
Or t D. Henderson & Co., Nathea & Co., Pinnock & Co., or Ie Ke e-nion, i. atg r. tks n rther it to get a Woman' Reformatory. In
*oyW* 'W u ATZ p- Imm #%jad if *d kb Ins ustandr i bseimto

ae ,oe. ar int. o r which our Ielad thi, she told us, Mr. Blis the Gov-
A m, e o .- old ._ e pt ome 1t_ .... times/ and still ernors wife, is incerely I n sympathy.
SI h h Tm T" e nd meit a o- We stood uno atb thethold of
I Irtton tmirt Iwh o 0,00 oi the wralvation Ay Rtue rHo
in dehre eson ofGann t d futlanr the o e aWman's teo wsch of our
0; t D Henderson&oM -., Nathan & Co.,immo. -&^-" Co., orbr rn nth--e .* --laks thabe,- .rmat. I

Shas n area into which our Island thi, she told us, rs. Bliss, the Gov-
Gould be put some 14 times and still ernor' wife, is sincerely in sympathy.

leave a lnd to epss ;a eadB -itr hase pr s We sit od now adt te threshold of
Sleeve land to s ore 7nde,0 b e the Salvation oArmy Repe Home
WEDa=' wnhi-ch o .e d =S tw h ti e part tas viit. T he
A. ay hlL mu&ild e rsii mi more places w*.e phavelkhi" said
ms dI,. fo aAe n ibe -be orte n iabe' ntka n atrd
iawcegMr tlertha t theoel as bisited

&to~-~aab wLau w ho pre y wevelo pe noeed p rod
Swe neranilw ne e .d .o Tba god e eofd eat alysO sedt era ro the soeat ne
*'1 +. ieuaoua whek n thue Em oe "YouprO will cee she em-

I neeimmy years mouldin, transfer ing s the amount was on wkich so

.. .. 8OL V erYWH AND AT THE and beautifying ttir- lives, reaches much had already been done.
*1 ( I" A ftLI "* oier of It "Svery elfort M was qnick re*- rtt siih -that
t tIV P,1+B1 -i. aqds ito-e In toure with the gias suited Ameica admirably would have
-I A lm that ." letvDe, osd by eotrwspond e o to ho e very
Ofet .&, 17_ tl e and Wi the e tin the A s of a
.WO. naI g JintholMoDbOuO Qa ltwthr n Jt With t or ot redltaoy, to msit coditOn here. Cooking
am +irM the terese ote taabu M.etC om edl t oe ehH
r o. m1 d of e h5 per t f e. reai. loeuno h as boe given ast the
G. 3' AOU D ~azul ~"; tol, _B( thoer_ lost sight Of It Stat. School, for inatanee, would ave
I. we m.. B .c._, c, I w ert l area.s m be adapted to onoditi msrou rl e.d
a .. MaS b-QtBa b"d ly; for at becim to our vegetables. It wa iateriUn O
t ionow in Mioahip that Mpr. to lear that Mr. Siokel bad by da-
Sl i J lO IF kl would be Igoig io a bolil pt c devel opedr atboro m aly prhaet e
dIaI.fylI I n t h UDecU'ibe 1 whiyc trip, she received aIttewrs from and helpful aeres of leonte In oookea'
TSO/cpa lD._ te L ev. T.a ium p4 YW tetveral old girl who had psred ezaotly waited or me in her SOtate ai
r ,T.,i t). T E lldri g beia i thiou tf 1 livew werell ru e. uad othoe lie i The e arem p
...t..a... .l I'b a I Io happ. ilyT etlmoed. Ished i a ssial boookr ad ae of i-
-mIh I Th 3artbc r~e~_.b aM B 68 Tb' vacati 0 of Mrs 8ich by me e inth ool dout aidet
~tff dtI d 'Dulrow *C-P. 1iet A the way, is the rsin l $aM tahxb Athieig ata trlii-head0ad l-*
rt P t Dr J m b alie arne amu. a' o s aoo ing fasn oe
Sit. roh.-- I.---- k-.. _a.. t ......"_-iam Colr ees ,* L .u- |I only ive a uhem ,eal ac e to th bowm
Prlaolal HIIOELh C I- 8 D 8t1~ teWe asl hor oarni thesteie l ttnde edt
CX1 ch ee Eaguane. JoGhr JhOe a mor owf 'as s ert interfered sad otf tplyb hma t tMCor

oeraI W rite pe ,r inpais Aly pmadt of 25pe and Gnaht noarn lwara mo soe so so d so ttie ter ea oew
P 16elp mmcuee Burr. mebadof for. 'ut whs. it Bpeialily so s. vilbleas t ewa u*aed- Pee
l0 e C i awfoned I. t in. difipnst Lt rhafte that tneiss t ewsey hahe yn Ne-r
mat S o.onl. td.. tc e abt e r. ,i ..y t t r sh recli,. mpe a ...wo and thelp t one o t ,,ttbe o o ini ld e'
VAaii Prntc: Ai Bl. IstNLAe ONv. Itr R, o 7i.n Jseu7 .lo whic oprt imtlty a r i~ioe*d s ho dtresg se io. _ct an d t fort useoutn henrro u sa
stff A. (Londo.) _Chti h ,1ny no .l, so t'Iet ttop trvlewth k h sheelo to a re .orderly andqier etenvronnt
..l101 .. .. 1aaon whom e ret all welndma ny d other ldae itr nhie anenua..
-iiahatndObNe -8E" ___,__ _______ I_ _____ _it, ad *nhve a lon Itell of ome smsn d booke 1an ter...of
F11; G U MU M P. Rh k Agh M .o in It;e lo g en oU g t oabx A oine"' -t-s itnAn- tl-v9, o
tc --d n mnt ofthsotknpn. eld Buit Mrs. ikel "peedIly MrM. n ,m el. h.m the i.cinrg ee.s.
181, PMty89 iSTBiat T. dr eiwt ie =a .a .oto the represent t t h wa nritatehnmeun her bwt
mfloePrinaite l rte the Revicp. o8. R. f4.1fl. 1ohb, h lwe" her the Vecret of orab and *l orohtteos

~ o s with Hebrew, u A'^ _____-- ... .......... 'u a 4 Iave bea n ai Iond A tY AL BBHS1 -
,ni David heri e spend two mo ,e an d on4!4 i l, ... li, O


-4611 days" b they ee*K
to es. I lk* to ee them awaken
to the innocent pleasure of sueb
The girls at theKingstonKeasoe Homw
were bsyat oe thing *4 noother, and
as Mr.S. eI.ame po them she had
a kind ad Sma e word and look
fore a e Sh amiee d the
needlework and praised its netaes,
and was interested in the Jippa Jap
hat asking that, isei began.
wiltakebeaka hat bihamiAdeo "to
Show to her girls. and explida to
S them whl is being done for girls in

Her warm sympathy is with all work-
ens is the battle to alleviate Humaa
I Mtery. She wil4e future hear from
the e BoHo here, and the Home
will hearbfr her.
It was btrsiig to learn from Mrs.
dwSikels t i i adopted
m recently, with
with smwe I0 harm haa also a Board

of Charities and State Schools whif
ham charge of Instttutions like the
teate CIndtrial School, aOd locate

These agents who receive honorariums
of 20 per annual are the means by
which situations are secured for' girls
from the Home and enquiries made
about them.
Mrs. Sickels sometimes goes lecturing
in connection with the IndustrialHome.
t isato aaand pities that her stay
i Jamaica is not for a lo perod
,othead M etietlii eooiee aak
S hard wArker a wellea"e holiday
to Ao mes work-r itt weamt .l
beea. s ra .S pLNesp to haM a

the best Is Amoenr teh
Mrhae ,mepea wayk. -u "mt

CRICKET- d sen*t. to the rand where
---'t iU pfaye, per e, t6 to the
WHEN AUSTRALIANS seemebms e uaies whiph tsak pars
CrOME TO Er'n.ir s at m eeaond division of the eooaty
COME TO ENGLAND. ehlhip, and 90 per ceat. to the
The English Board of Control ap- 1 Tb eard also eolested the follow.
pointed to ragulatead arry out all r ingahb-.oi'ittee to piokthe r gland
rnoemento is coneetion with the tet team s JOr the live matebes:-Lord
matches dur the g eean Ha Mr. G. MeGreer&, Mad Mr.
against A tral arraaf that the H. W, labdrge. Mr. Meegor
auches be played on a at uiag els pae of Mr. W. G. Gra e
Birmghm Jane l2 at Lomt Jly who ated n 18. .
3 at Shmael,, July 4 at Maeester. The lb at to pruseasi
and August 11 at the Oval. Play prtptg, ad to the rer me nse
begins on the first day at 11.3, as sluer e in readinss -, take part.,
the second and third days a the Te Matebes tiM summer wil
o'clock, stumps being drawn at beo, te oum towhekh it wea raised
pa tasi. by "h Beaord of Control o the oc i
Ia I3, when for the rsttf time i~e n of the last vitit of the Austra
test sathe were played in Sn laond, ansia 159.
half the gate-money over aoe reu
expeams, and a dedaetiom 1 flper.
sent, to the dub or eemntya whiM6 MANLY ABOUT tPERO N.
grand the match w wa "
a theM aarangImenmtwhie FMadRs of .the Rev. Jhn S4th

ate photographs of the Emperor f
Germa7y ase ez sat.. Ma mvMrwv
three hundred photographs of the
King of agiaWd.
Xr. 8. Blger, a Jamaican Mis.
saonary in West Afriesa, i a native
of Bad Bills, Clarendo.
The Kalser has idi sons, all sol*
Peroy Grainger. a young Australia
Pianist, is making a hit in Loodon.
Be s till ln his teens.
Lady Hentming is unwell.
- Geeal avr eyes on the th.
Dr. 2 a ts appointed temporarily
Burgeon to eip soapital.
President 'abta visit to Reasis
will be in May not April. He wil
land st Kronstadt.d
Mr. J. H. Cargill is praetIsag as a
Solicitor at No. 11 Church Street.
Mr. & D'Aeth Is back ia Jamalsa
as Amcistat D. P. Work.
We regret to hear of the aSdom
illness of Mr. OCril ThOpSOe.
probably act as Betr of a

resulte i a prom o0 wu s amsU & 11a 3'at V a S Va and ay-*) wpi Tr 5e V KR
bead. The money aorniag from with regret that" his m. leave.this yea
stands was not interfered with. Ths Matthew has sufered an oacident Viscount Ca
year, however, two proposals bad been by arrdgse expod whi do. Trinidd.
paut forward by Notts-(1) That oeu- prved U of several fingers on the Miss Shaw, g
tres on whose ground a test math s left and. Only the third and poadent of the
played shall receive 50 (or such other fourth are left. we mentioned
amount at may be decided upon by the Dr. George 8mith, son of the Rev. General Lugard
Board, and (2) that all moneys taken at John Smith, once of Cayman, now Montego Bay
stands and enclosures in test matches holds an appointment in a London up a souvenir t
on a county ground should, with the Asylum. His brother, John, of Uganda, who leaves for
balance of gate money after the Aus is now on a four months' visit to Mrs. Dennist
tralian half of such money and ex- Scotland. He is an engineer, Our maica next mon
ases had been deducted, be played Cayman friends among whom Mr. The Governoi
is e h -ands of the Board for Bl 0 peAt some 16 yeam as Sot h rwe to visit Cab
div wmn amem the teen atemela MA-r. will beI ia6re tIo
t loi W preem. for divisim of th rest of Dut
. ii. ewsis....i emtWes. P"it"h, is alo
?h elng *thtlo 8as was. Iel. WrUtjrbs life., while Thbe whe I
eW-"A&l m'meys iseb as utand" A" m a"i WSmith are ow tbmah- U"a or IttWe
* eleaieIs as ho s at as --n. e a aeted
*bi g t e wir k ak uihin of #ri- .1 th.e I-_-. -i
e twhe t1rallsJA16 M tarest i." to
-eh gateomey -a hd Mnthea inp55- ti ter of Dr. A. T. Pter- ml- 'to ajM
o matebs Sbha od T *h4bis tb-.sMu writer Be' Mh..fs., tmo I
b o dirt i1nWtiam hua r w bid .tul i.. gas et I rhe

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TUe PuIL T13lAa trarm3 ,
(Spec iae fer L. Jmswe Tlai)

When the new arranguemest beeme
law we boe that th dseastoN De-
parseet wffl require a rmte frem
aMdidae who mt9"ake Mto
eftear. o tha cgnAi erS
oBe portion' fU time pi" p teai er-

i rn esh t vrbin.e s tem&avori
ileteatd hS fall on ble own reointes
he will be wanting if he hasma noL had
Sepism os aperiende ia the da shool.
It is in the day c ehool the mhsn
tWe'learnt and when one has*& In
t4e esapacitty 'of a pupil teacher-he
aiust eventually become a better
Though a usd statement it is never-
theless true that the large majority
-t people aJaiaetas l ap


arice as m e hskiirJ but'
teariy ahen thet lasted same

Every mamt amd evehy beer
help, tadh tha the a bex',
tremly rnfa J aW q Ms who
weld aie l- a of'eyhow
ever .mal tar the gpIes fe ading
thew to lawse t"r Ag e1 .,

The master .a -h, nd
,ar t- siam r-L aMtW -em.
ties of Imieat*l pe o tie
plea we baem.
n.a at tJ. 8fa,
Geab ma 9ary, J. V.- T.
BATdE lRAE J.. V. t&
At eetin held a_ trday,
8th msL, then wimt prtat:
wMee IL (Vdpd eoiA
MPMrt. P,
A. A. B.
$a &y G Os (aoigynm.
her), and J Johnse. The meeng
wne -ope with prayer, afterwl
the&- ltef ofu the la meeting
were read and confirmed.
Veanra. Prinee and Durst were
elected to act on the managing com-
The matter of the Social Even-
ing" to come off in April was left in
the hands of a committee.
A discussion took place on Articles
42, 46, 79 and 88 of the Code.
On the motion of Mr. Nelson,
.ss6d by Mr. Brown, a resoln-
.so fMmlve of Mhe J. U,
hy m' kf' tie .a I
.. i I I. t .he a il. "-r" i

ltlte o~ere s m1isit tclaWs is utter. 1 pt I that e of thre
ly dieassutMd wit-thb papo I"A ** Shand at the head of
a d cbiane o the pm each olass. Henry Doiphl rawed
of the tial Glrat .% wic a tyrat in seeond ela; Edward Dol-
eehool with to 1 trk lt elam phi ae a re t in third ese, sad
will e a portion of the 10 bither- May Dolphin4 came rst among the
to paid. He *sa ea rena why femae.
the --i belr a ame
Sthe mower Art elm school A teacher whites: Plee allow
in tie reepect and oelade w by me a short space in this aaW,
statg that "it a appeans to be his, Journal to make a s question. Is
that e hm that bath shallbe iA s is well kaow thlatthe Faireld
p mm a abmudanly sad of him Trainig Colle- has been closed for
that hath somewhat, a portionall some time ndthat the buildiLa
even be-gtakma way. are left to rot and denmy. I would
u-, g* gest that the Governmet rent

Us. J. MdFeyden, the indefati-
pble eeretary of the South Man.
ebeAtwr bramh of the Union, writes:
I have had to change the maocia.
ton ceare from Vietirla Town to
GrOea Town. Ast the last meeting
Oreve Tow n was thought a better
entire sad it wa the opinion of
the Min tha the ma -e o-rJ e
A odiatb should be changed from
South Manahester to that of Grove
Town. Our number is increasing and
we hope soon to have such an a*o-.
aeiaon of teachers as wil be a
credit to the Union and ourselves.
South Manchester was an associa.
tion that would not be led and
snob associations ca not thrive, and
do very little good.

the premise for an rperimentel
station in ApC.Iait.u There is the
large college proper with two l
lass rooms, a larg distaig l,
two teachers' rooms an extemlve
dormitory and other rooms. The
there is the Comenius Ball a ally Mw
taulding; the directors' house with
tlriee o ies d t ied eroiim-- out-
buildins and next eomes the very
lare seminary. There are tanks au
there is land in abundance quate
suitable for producing crops of am
kind and there is not very far of
the never facing Nottingham Spring.
The place has many breadfrIt
trees and ac"ellent coffee. In for-
mer times all sorts of English vege-
tables were 'planted by lie students
and brought forth excellent results.
The climate is all that can be de-
sired and every oth-r condition is
excellent. Then Fairfield stapda in
one of the most populous centre of
Jamasica and as the people aw ee
edmlaetoan they would derive *mt
bgaufl fema e an expemeasmal


b it would be very teeMi indeed&
As it mast not be considered

lgOf f orU manesh oould a-et
to the exa st thqei omse.
When the aetlon l ailed )ay
,eerrtan people lhew so Bittle or no
intetet la the sohbols connected
-w-ittbO -e ab of whioh they t.e*
meno th the1 y 4b
be unnecessary to diseuas the matter
,rith such were they to read this

w 6re Maofit on any, terdayin the
weak.- -I*M Rev AA Le pointed
616 of tbhe bnras of Isn iand.f

A correspondent who is a firat
clasa teacher with a school of a

The results of the British Ouianl
Teachers' eartifcatoe ex -fr I4B
hare teen published and there is
eometlting interesting about it.
(The passa were for second and
third class certificates.) The inter-

A. Marrlages Last.
The average datatlon of mrigA
An Engliand ;I'WRie lght jea
Repla, with s, onl
etttryto ht her. In Prae and
Germ' ny twenty-aIx years is the
average duration.

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Text of the laMOS, EPh. v, 11-S21
Me ry Veras, S-.1S- G1ed Test,
Bph. v, s-Comentaratr Preae
by Rev. D. ML Iteemrs
WOdgt, sa, by Americss Pr Ameodstloe.
111, 12, muy e le rt the
ntritrul works of date." This
week's tuady It this epistle and the next
on the resurectfo need not neeessarly
break the contiaaty of our study o* the
acts of the apostles, for In ap the Scrip-
tures we have the things concerning Him
-of whamn Philip spake to the eunuch and
whom we must see as the center of very
leson. In this epistle we are, as one has
said, taken Into the presence chamber of
the inig and made auainted with His
secret counsels and purpose owsrorn ng
A Only as we by faith enter into His.
love and purposes will we be delivered
from the works of darkness mentioned in
chapter iv, 5I; I Cor. vi, 9, 10; Gal. v, 19.
2L Intemperance, as-generallI under-
stood, is one of the many works of dark-
aess, but the child of God should be free
from all if be would know the joy of be-
ing a child of the Lord Almighty (II Cor.
vi, 14-1S).
18, 14. "Awake thou that sleepest and
arise front the dead and Christ shall give
thee light." The three favored apostles,
heavy with sleep on the Mount of Trans-
figuration and actually sleeping in Geth-
semane, show us how the most highly fa-
vored believers may be indifferent to the
greatt things of God and how this cry,
"Awake thou that deepest," may appmr
to us alL A
15, 18. "See, then, that ye walk dr-
emaupectly, aot as tools, but aM wise, re-.
le i the.tp betAeM thedam? am
4ei. Te Rte ied Verion b wo tha O
two verses either in the test *r the mart,
sin "'Leok therefore eavegry bow .ye
walk '"buyng up the opportu ty." the
lifte of the believer is spoken of as a con-
tinael dying te self, an ovememingU a
confiet, a race (II Cor. iv, 11; I John v,
4, 6; ph. vt, 12: Heb. xil, 1), but in this
-epistle and elsewhere it is also called "at
walk." In the climax in Isa. xl, 31, the
walking--that is, the steady plodding-is
more difficult than the mounting on
wings or the running. We are entreated
to walk worthy of our vocation, not as
othet gentiles walk, to walk in love, as
-children of light; to walk worthy of God,
who hath called as unto His kingdom and
.glory (lph. iv, 1, 17; v, 2. 8; I Thess. i.
12). As to buying up the opportunities,
it we bad the seal of unscrupulous busl-*
'mes men, who for their own gain make
msrners in even the necessaries of life,
tow much might be accomplished in the
servicee of Christ? It we walked as Christ
walked (I Joh 6). all would b weil,
but who is fdeat? Out sufficieny is
-of God (i Cor. lIi 5).
IT. "Wbereftw be ye not unise, but
mnderstandng what the wll of the Lor4
is." It is not the will of God that any
should perish, ftr will have all to be
e_ ed and'bas made ftll piovTl for the
came ILI Mt. Ire I I*. U, 4; Juh 111L
t). When unerm arme aved. He desires
that they should be holy and so tlly yield
to Bim that they may prove in dally lift
Mow gad aid acceptable d pefet Blw
wM Is (I 1Tbem. 3v. ; Rom. xll, 2).
Our blessed eLord c 2d 4samy "I oeek
vat n ow, wiltWI "I eight to do thy
io 0 my Gd" 18. 'e noet h k. with *e wherein
-t acesx bat be d with the Splrit."
Dt-nkean-- hSallag to the enflttl
works of daftk wft to be led with the
fpirit Is toe pdtelpf e everyichld of
light. Wit tlmuolata and exhIlarate
unaatumlly, but the 0-Hly Spi*t am.-
lata speratraiy; t. cmiW- 5 "t,

strong drintk (la,. gu, U), bet ia Jswt as
much the work of the adenray. Only
that whis.is of Ged tbm Christ givp
light and flfh: al that I,-.at .t God
^eauae st Btt& u nnEek-aeswm.utd the
manlhMfgr t at fM ,a G4 y can
: gtv^Jt-..God only caa the Is the

4 4W I w a*m a

and hymns and splftual son, singing
*od making melody In your heart to tle
Lord:' A druiken man is apt to make
himself known by his noisy talk or ribald
song. but a Spirit fille person, having
true melody in his beat, will sing unto
the Lord. Each proclaims his master by
that which comes from the abundance of
his heart. In CoL ill, 16. we have the
same result from the word of Christ
dwelling richly in us: therefore. ncenriVng
to an axiom which says that things that
are equal to the same thing are equal to
one another, there is probably some cow.
section between being filled with the
Spirit and filled with the .word of God.
We know that the Spirit ha's written theb
word. -and the Spirit Is the word. and the
word of God. the Lord Jesus. is the em-
bodiment and manifestation of the writ-
ten word. It we would be filled by the
Spirit and used by the Spirit, let us lay
up His word diligently in our hearts
(Esek iii, 10. 11).
20. "Giving thanks always for all
things unto God and the Father in the
S-earne of uur Lord !-usg Christ" nJI
Thess. v, 18, it is written "In everything
give thanks; for tro- l the will of ln
Christ Jesus concerning you." ,How
earnestly we should covet to be filled with
the Spirit since He aloie can live this
holy and beautiful life in us! "He who
spared not His own Son, but delivered
Him up for us all how shall He riot,
with Him, also freely give us all things"
(Rom. viii, 32), and since "God is i-ive"
and has so loved us, He cannot give us
anything that is not love, so we will
thank Him for all things if we believe
this. Mrs. Bottome tells of two waiters
whom she saw accidentally jostle one
another. the one thereby spilling some hot
water on the other, who b eekl .replled.
"*ever mind,. t Is all in the wtl" A
lady whom I ktaow tone that having
spilled a bottle of ank on her calpet ahs
was able to take t meekly and as part of
HIs wilL
21. "S.budltt g y o uelves MO to -na
.erbI the $2Gpd 4 Some a=he
aid that uiulate&ria 6 tiet htikhnes rs-
slon on earth, higher than ome or f t
eign tlAsions, and that ienless oe a
learned it he Wli fit tor miam
service anywhere. In His life at Puma-
eth, in His baptim, n His pubic maits.
try and in His sufferinga our Lord ftll
manifeted this rmce of the spirit As
we can only show ouar love to Godby o
love to others, so we can only manifest
true submission to God by submissiom to


The man wo hhas the deeperelt-
gioas experience will be the lastw
to judge another, mueb less to east4s
slar upon his religion.
There are wonderful things we aur
goingto do
bo]ne other day;
But we ay to ourselves, "There's time
too bein
Some otr day;"
And o, deferrin we loiter e
Until at latwe-siAwithdr"a
s strength the oe we lema
Some otber y.
A- ZasterM. poverb ids wu Di
His will as ift it wen thy wlll -thsie-..
may .4 thy will as U it were Bis wiHL
"AA . Seek.. Kneek-w
are deribed as "' jyer ti tew*Z
form- ktng ist Its higher teni--.
s.eeklng; in its. fu letIorm-k k-
ug. e throe dere Int amwnr an t
Beosivg is haivtn but finding o
sore Iit eams kowtng tat ws have.
Havig the door e _poid is bat
neater and oleauasiiowelp wit" ti"

*C t o duty too little. Istojo1d

guar" d teeI dflt s-adfisansto '

.iq S'Leve a are i$3
aindoam tait, y w-a-lwo s-

.,,... .is so n, a.... >...........
That vbteh as best la the waiverse is
p to be brou ht a ithin the com ane

of our fve setms. SBad a great man :
sq couldn't trust a God whom I eould
anders and."

Therq is little doubt that the best
ghost story in this world is that of
Elph, the Temanite, to be found in
Job iv. 12-17. "Now a thing wee
eretly brought to me, and mine ear
retved a lite thereof. In thcoaght
from the visions of the eight, when
deep deep falleth on aa, fe ea me
upoo me, and trembiag, which made
U my bones to shake. Then s ,a rt
.ined before mty face; the hair of my
=b stood up- It p t-d rt6 l. at IM
x o ndlnera the form therpot : 4,P
iftge was before mine eyes, here wea
61%iM., *adl I beard a yTW saylog,
hall mortal man be more just thbu
God? Shall a man be more pure tta
hba Makert" What a description, of a
real or supoosed apparition can be
found to equal the sablime grandeAr
xfthben verse?

It s wne you ae u pAieutly tuid.r
at the little tasks of life that the
messing and shape of the great hole
of life dawns upon you. It is while
you are resisting little temptations.
that you are growing strong.
The evil that is in the world can al-
ways buy testimony against the truth;
but it cannot keep the truth under,
and it cannot delay the Lord'B coming.
Mr. Josiah Nix, the popular Web
leyan evangelist, wasasked by a young
convert at a mission, "Which is the
-mot needful-seeret prayer or search
ting the gizpturemr Looking at the
tlquirer squarly, the oeemIul mris.
stoner answered by king another
question. "Which is ont seeosial
r. bird-the right wing or the left
.i.gr" .
.We*p jou are bewildered, briaded,
when everything inside and outside
seems so wrong, still say, "I only
know that God s just end every wrong
shall dit"

to the Edior :
Sir-I invite the attention of readers
of.the Jamaica TIMES, Seventh Day
Adventists especially, to see that there
are many passages in & for a
ohniaug of "the law." 'This Law s
sthe Ten Commandments, bat not so
given in the new Teetamenat. L it
the new law given by Christ. Christ
when on earth was mot God. Lake
2--40. and many other we it.
Christ fulfilled the law of O father,
ended it by obedlesee sad abode in
His love and aeomsidani us to keep
His law and abide ia BR Lov
otasee Matt. IS. HeaTn v ad
saitW sId) *saW ay.bt,. not -ne
jot or little ef tb J Ae shau p-
till its e W filled. The word 9<
Hie- flehawsV, to laR.- nit, ire
wa stae to .anotr, to dingard.
FIS-uOers to kep. meple.0 ae-
e Wpeah.4 e. todo what I reqafref,
ato awer a aw by obeaO Thi
show tlhathe" law an e d
au uiitim f i be dfblSVea
not otherwise. It old ot pams by
tteildZ o Tamunt 1f ivel, masle
0s no, paragraph 7 reads' ths.
TeSab'ath i a -P of .U
whioh or Saviour openly desiatr
see"a"mot to d etmy ( t to fa.
endure tI every, Jot ow itte tile
heave nad earth should oamtnle-
till it be t rAiOn M d M..;I
ki de d to ma ab ttWr piaI
Ia cwair.y._%.,- .. ..

Tbu. it WT-U uQt us tobw
be haemd unmd ae eMtSIets
m-wditu tilo l ham ad eath
bus tN O*

-Rwe 18hir kb e tept
,helawattdputfta-mtolU, he uins


M _LII M *.Cfl'f 'V_ _M__X I

Olt M-CkoL


Aive In The lcGravw.
- Chilrt ladlba, Alta. Ia Feha.
ary ed alive one 'fe their tibe,
boyaf of age.
by ha b converted to Chit.
byi a Methodio i
.an a burst ot reliigitle s
mdeS the umamaleres of t ocdal-
lbt, or mediine maa. This aet
ijmm t laz,_e mn. n.aiv s.
,,i tol l the T image e Ni a- R u m
diad f .as aptlwon and ,,t pmisd
aistUsi that the bay, h leme
wVk 0s vi4U msthreagh his kw-w
ledge d she dwhitq anmay reaigis,

_Wi. ind k ,douh. >k I

be tdmml the bdh. 4" m' b bd
b!tloodsot, bo a- his

^"l1 LiY1 we'~f~a.

iore his i.Miis -~. fla b.,
was lifted frk"t emd ai ear.
4iW to the g ao Wwjoh he Ith&r-
fl boielIsU% beinugr and fwa

tetry hr malug uan old woman t
S' vl dest l tt



tof lf land has doA e e o. Why thf
serve the law -which was given only
till (Chribt) the seed comes, .Gal. S. 11
But aow we ar debvered from th~
law ; itis ended in Christ to believe
(not to unbellevers.) 'The law is a
sohoolmaster. Adventists claia the
schoolmaster is the eeremonialt law
in a book called "Help to Bible
Study," but I hold that school nater
law so be the ,soral law, because
by the law is' the knowledge' of
sBp, a6d if we get to know oa
slas by the laIr, tboe we mast ad-
nit that by the law we are placed
before God as ilty simers, this
mislead us to Christ to be cleaned,
sad when, we aeaept Him by faith,
that faith is oceated for righteous-
nesw, and (he (law) schoolmaster is
no s eo. Again if the ceremonial
law was the sche kiaster,. 1 was
rather fa ueless one, because the
Jews practised that la daily, for it
was it their very midst ad was In-
stituted speialy for them and if
they did eot find Christ, then is is
a- act .that .it was e'il a
bad bchoolmaster or none at a, I
would t- obliged if nome on a eonld
describee how.- the ceremonial law
leads to Christ
Yours etc.,


The Editor.
Sir,-Now, when so much is being
aWid and done aboat the e~tsvy4 -
meat of Panitarfams for the cute of
-CoWsWaptives why does the Goran-
ment not posm fl the acttatea -of
fthe EB jfha anhle the Iet that

asa arinal. A m nuber knew
tha th9 11k at has had a must.
wmSl aff mae'effel t nton
tatis &60rig *amn 1=g treba
Iu "may iastamoes life ha. bass
saved and I others much prolonged
*by IaU to thea a.
am sure there are many Who red
this who will agree with ir state-
ments, and I hope they wil write
in support of what I have sald. I
may point out as you have already
done in the JAMAICA TIME that
on o th_ mcem.br _oL the Com.
mission app-inted by the ng
Con sumpto ia a JamaicN oufeer
to Dr. idaney Marts. He UU ao
doubt be iay ready t.do all e eam
tor a.



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And all round about me
Though sotaswn a, gleam,
Theusands of wee lantern.
Flih JA glow and beam.
Wtilt a edulfig W*eGome
fKom the dewy grass,
Blnkin lantersgreet me
Everywere I pat.

Up among the tree-tops
Where the dark vines twine,
All above, below me,
Stars of earth, they shine
So I walk on singing
Just as if 'twas day ;
For the blinkeys light me
On the lonely way.
Jonathan Winter had once been a
moman so an Pena, but when he
=rw too old for work, Lyonei's grand-
ater gave him a pension and a little
heam to live in, and when
LJ,.d' s -fit e-a-s into the prepesty

l, and by no means auless. The
new Headman and his Penn oen never
oame in vai whim they wanted a li kt
advice whieb out of his long experience
he wae-able to give them.
' Lyonel was oly ax Tears old- when
he eame to liveot the .Hall, alhongI
e had stayed there before with his
mm her smd father, and Jonathan, who
had known him from his infancy,
almost worshipped tLe little fellow.
He took great pride and pleasure in
showing him the things boys love to
know. It was Jonathan who took
him to see the fluffy young birds in
th., nqst, it was Jonathan who
"ught ahim where to look for the
Steest, dug out in the clay
MW s A who made him listen to
ualdi8tinguish the notes of the difer-
eat birds, The John-Tuwhip, the
Banana Betty, and the N. Quit.
L e t wa Jom i who gave
him lib f rst very ow -upp, and ho
t ugh how wo wehi gUb n' rod,
d even on we rod day to hold the
and pull the trigger. In return
tath ad meek a s ore, Lyonet hadl
on!y 6e thing to aend be we it,.
had a"t waois a. "l'NeN t to
'*MMlh father. ", uset t to Mv

i my quite r1avourite
aB at last a time came, when
L0s "el had4gran too ld ar-nurem
sad 6wra-see.as, and was sent way
to 0 l.- 1 do not know which felt
'lt parting moat, Jonathan or Lyonel.
Wat they were boeth very near ci'ylng
wien at last the old man gave Lyo.el
A ibale, and Lyonel gave him a half:
penuy 6o thatthe gift should not aut
,Aheir friendship. And when the
"Good-bye" was said, Jonathan put
on his spectacles, took a pencil and
swt a mark on the day of the month on
ihaparish almanack, and another *on

I iIuO wouoMww"-. I ,-I l w V9W)
egendar, and Jonatha' fu4ad it easier
to count the days till his little friend's
And tbhed a sad thing happened.

Lyonel came home, bus he wm
changed. The boys ao school in King.
stta ad Caught hnm that became h
father was a rich man, sad because be1
bhlmsef would also one day be rich,
that therefore be wa an important
i den HBe became onceited
ildly,anadla fort trtime the swee$
simpleways hs gesule mother had W
tgtt V Hi. two hOd MriendM &
were se boys led Ony y d Charlie
Daisy, and athey bad bees brought up
toMM fortbhe a" d&"e the
O ad wer older tiaM.
Lyoel thbe much of their
The Darsy ease home with him
or the ast bohday, and they went
With Lyonel, when, after dinner he
Ik 0 sh o. eall on Jonathan.
him, but somow the presence of
thee other two made a difference.
They did not seem to thinhmk anything
of htm, and that made Lyonel a little
shy, and because Jonatham was rather
deaf add spoke lowly as old men
will, the Darys did not trouble to
talk or listen to him, bat stared at
the things in the cottage, and made
signs 1o Lyonel to make haste and
be gone. And afterward- they never
cared to go with their little host to,
see him, and Lyonel seemed unable
to find time to go without them.
And I am afraid he was inclined to
think They were right, and that it
was not worth treubliag himself about
his poor old friend.
Bat one day when Jonathan was
nearly broken hearted about it, he
ad his boy ame together again.
The tte e -were g-theriu: water erases.
Whem, aoehow Gay Daroy ..ell ito
'td water,'and ionel, in the attempt
t1 save hti, g 0t early drowned him-
selt. Forwnately, Jonathan had
.B whats*d haplened, and h"aten-
ing to their assistance. saooeeded in
briaging.Lionel to the shore, and
I, the in tding p .Gay, until Charlie's
dw*- 1hadhronght siltance so them
both. Both Gu; and Lionel owed
their lives to Jonathan, who with his
age and infirmities bad asked his own
to savythem and the boys when they
went to thank their, preserver the
next day, felt shame as well as grati.
tude when, In spite of him rhUWiaL.-u.
he rose to greet them. But Lionel
could never be ashamed of himself.
He hNld Jonathan's hand tight, and
looked at JHi with his heart to his
eye. The old man understood the
loon, aad. imiled at him tenderly.
eFor Ile e of the holidays Johathan
soa ne w lonely; indeed, he often
wfohed twreB yeammr and itronger-
that h~eoald filfn all the demands
the *areheoys made on .bi.

Mdlle. Chabnss. of Paris, who quali-
.ed with brillitany a doctor in law,
and has bea admatitt to practite,
has made a, '"A4p. Taking part In
a recent debate e made a most re-
markable speshI the peroration vi-
bratingi ae.v' ..wprd with emotioo
and etquWe.ee. All was well for about
a weeL.. ,The ybuag M. Fallieres,
fi qaowscg me old treatie.
of Vitr tHgo.; e a striking di
-eo v, :Th ladv.I thrilling perora-
thon is aterted, had been "an-
6xdfrt e. te4% dead poet. Nato.
tray th"e fact w. made known to
the'Bar, which is -likely to maintain
a ertitn- resere ;toards lady bar.
ri tsra for e one time to come.

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35 ajsjy rii,&nral Poet.Ofpce,
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By wI,=rar orAt-pus e rbfvosrn'I- ainm. *-astis

The Rev. Dr. Murray held a sries
of evneliMtic servaes in the Wes
leosa Ln last moait. It wa sa
,uay wee, sad the oonregat
were coasequeatly not very l ,
'but the Mev.'Doteer's addremwewd
deeplyearneet and setoul strri. Mr.
S Mrray, Catehist of the Eplseopol
-Chur b, auited at two of the meet.
A Confirmation service wa held in
the Epicopalo Chors on Tbursday
afternoon ,t i l alto. Bishop
Doet admisered the rite to six per,
-. SONS.
During the .pat year this eommu-*
,ity shared. th eoerl ery of "hard.
times" sad ry of money. The
o,...L3dity tilAsamOs, hat wear *.
thankful that owiU to the banasa

4iault am t11" l e onyMU a ovw n -u m
tion, and some pereone who a few
months ago found it dicult to meet
their dues are now getting a few shil-
lins. Those vwho have the fruit and
handle it carefully, readily dispose of
their bunches weekly at Dry Harbour
and Rio Bueno respectively. The
prices this week are ls. d. for nine
anas, Is. 3d. for eights, and 9d. for
seven hands.
Relative to mercantile houses,
Stewart Town can only boast of ope
cloth shop, and three salt provision
shop. It. is a pity to see a block of
substantial and coutmodie-us bsineas
places locked up year after aad
t&eir doors and widow to
with goessmer. Well mwght "elhabsd"
e written them. We will not be-
.one. pemtesto however. We sm a
..--rift in dthe 6lo d o0 am ly and agri-
mneamuiy w .enMV au of hilepe.
A fewa nw houses ar beM blt
ia the ughbaurhood; and a few mar-
geslire eM to take p -Afto

and so providing etaat Omplay-
meot to many people. They are a
blesslax to the community in the way
of providing them work. In fast, the
people of th neighbourhbood areSgrea
ly indebted to the Hon. and Rev. Mr.
Web sad the Meers. Milliner foray
little employment. Not very Iog
ago-a little over year now-Mr. H.
R. Milliner imported a small team
engine which "took off hiserepof
'ames 1lst ear Ja" in" 9l b, he
has erected l a W or the n of
rum. It is eop times at MaNehilter
Estateat pree. it. plag to
observe the tlanoformatloo that bas
taken place at Masuheter. Ates of
land that fotl geerat1onu lay idle se
now being made by the useofthe
plohb, fork etc, to prO.lwjfe dadst
crops. Wealth is lcked- aS i: be
nif_ It only wintf tbe. Silh1 ahnd


Woo no w re -aliy,: i moSn WEa" oa*iu
S to beavy ins. Th ev. I. I tio was y J. B. Mapl
Ms will preseah in the Baptit I who, in respect to the number of
C Open Eastr Sidayer, andi the raees, very far ahead of all the others,
e-B F the Be* *p .On e W. Miihati boeen edited with 8. a,

'O will pply Dr. Mway's, plade agiats the 36 and U5 won by the
S of his ehob. two A i lM Ja Mr. Whiulay an
The Day School of the Towe is be' Mr.- IL Crok wh eae mext. XMh
IN Iaely attended. The det it the firt time daring t nmte
eoafom o that r B. Mple has owne
was examined on the ih Dear that hs s i tha
1-00 o uI a"M 1a-- in- position, although he did arly as
It .L laepositlon.. Te .tea.b- wlin I2, whm he won 42 'a
iV ff ise work b"n- to so=rt ,d 17, 00,the Due of Prtsad
r e oeesoi g daring the same wo wna
212 races, worth 850,000.
T members al the Bodeavour C.C. "- .
wie pfistUg had They5 d
h to try o elhusioure V he M1
Tl~e we very e eeeef a Fe
maMebe they played In the mw. nU r-M l
ommo We pi. r hn thmm uonw-
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of industry to bring it out. iE P! O MY'f.
I sometimes tLink that if our indus- Twenty-four horses won upwards
trious peasant class had the land, and of J.0000 intthe or of their raing One Application Gives eO"
the money capital, to assist the eapi. esAer: and the Duke of Portland --- ulm
tal of the two hands, with tbe'objeet (with Donovan. Ayrshire and Memoir,) rte Par rl
lessons that are placed before them, and the late Duke of Westminster .,.muDnhermdlseaS,ISotIrso rerUtes
they would soon better their condition. (with Flying Fox, Orme and Ormonde) irdPtstai. Bealer immedwa-cur- woatal.
Mr. Milriner, senior is also building are the cnly two owners who have t cnmi surmn, seamu and mUeBmons amO6
a splendid residence on another por. three liorsei among the twenty-four .acUons (romn Burns. T.hebalt-nstan-t-hmeaa8
tion of the pen, on the main road lead- referred to : though His Majesty's wonderful.
ing to Gibraltar. When that is com- name appears twice with Persimmon It cures Torn. Cut or Lwsated Wounds asd
pleted there will be two fine residences and Diamond Jubilee. leinglAss won i"&" "
on Manchester Pen. The older house (1892 -95) 57,285. Soms of the UtoreaOld a les. ts 1u oM eOs
was where the Trelawny Girls' School, more famous among other win are *eamd ]s. -
now Westwooe High School, was firt Doosa (1888 89) 54,86 ; Flying a eUMss mmS r etand MSnu me Se
establbhed, and where for a number Fox (1807-9 40 J,J6B Pel'minion munw w
-of ears good educational work was (18 .-97) 834,726; Orme (189113) aUm nomwt1es.si.eektr mme ,m
done by Mis M*eKante Many of 403,26; Diamond Jubilee (Ish1b-00) ?Om' muse1 t9~0 00 00 e M a
the 'girl there trained are to be fonu JMS,185; Ormonde (18.87) BB,4f5; U Omh M 1 m.0 .s*e*
usefully engaged io this island and Gdltee More (1806 97) If07.019; O"- -- -V. ._ _,
esew here.' to isalways'te poeLead*-.. Lyeaon. ( 1 M84) V _hM 40M ii6 21 A i 3 d 4 &
men there. t i wat ( t o t t la.
ThCorner Stones of the ew BaMpi e) rl8 a L s
tm stapel will tie la- on aster. (18M46) 86,618. Not em of the
Moendiy, Slut inL The factine w'a. abov represented wmi i w- ben.


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SSho b Him Dead.
Count BaIso was shot dead t
'other reeilgattNe plea by Cavalit
Delli Franci, an ex officer of Finoan
,WeIlli Pranoi allowed biinmMif to
arrested,'eonfafretg the rime, whi
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for t IYo PbUi m e amd Voice Users Generally. Wednesday from New York tor Soth ,-
*A*An, Spe Trs coy P- ---
( *' *suogers to Leando, on arrival of _

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ere The following letter ha been received fiom the wife of His Grace the FortnightlyServicebetweenJams1 -e
oe. Archbishop of Canterbury:- Bermuda, Turks Island, and Hallfa.--
be ,. Lambeth Palace, 23rd April, 1901. carrying Freight and Pksengert -
ich ^ ENTLEISIN,-- years ago yon were good enough to send a box Transhipping through to Interior of
L Tc -A' BI Threat. Pastlljw to the Arabbishop of Caater Canada, and United Kind* au
Swith th Bibop fJ ierpool for Aw da. Content.
the5 LosagWm5WstatqIyl d eB? ad inds b-Ot

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tIi.-. T .. .. K IN O ,1 ,HARRIO ,&. _
S,.- AVBe pl blto. PEP OWOOD.
Se-BreUli im, that since I have t lahWigW .' Gri A4ent, Jamaia. -
arads and BwhichIdoan bepurchand had to b.ilde
f a- now open agai te' s TUH ,-
S --- ^a^or .and REPAIR PIAOS as well a v I simunvLa
ap, 5P tago) eher Musiol& Inntruments. OrderI H i :11stll I N _^
b ow-ChB. buld be sent in early to avoid die- f* UU Ifj
i -Campor. aMuica tu nt .VZ AD .
lir- W.. e N am V a.niea ggipi~Wing bte merep is fro m W A 3IK ntAn, WT .

*m on tw uk of thwinail. FU ?obb-Ai Nthe Wvat MusicianProf.' JulianPais. -
The Asgua.Agricualtural Show in j c"m 1
~ Fr Ibisrd P~N.Nl ~ iark Lodge, lotluy,'.
she 1 amSjig. i.U4 N~uxC.Nta Ymikm Mr.-It I is W amui,h plasur
The Bh" tis 4umsaEstimUsaIbSSOW 1'ob~e-~ilatas V1 uRe e toam'k for the W-ILY
byaeve p,50,12,u -madDir i iL- AL90 ERAILT IWAXRD.
*00(0-.- 40red at ixpwa ne oi tL us"to WWPano.d jWUMDDZB.G 3n
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SIpri.l )ir. t I. Mail Swrice. _
Jamaica and Bristl carrying
L M. S. PORT MosAUT," mal.-ls -
from Kingston, Marcb 20th at 4 p.m.
qmukest route to nglam.d.
Steaners spaoialy bnilt for the
trade. .
Beduced rtew of Pme.
Car*o wied to Brisoland thrB
to LAondM, Gh lAVrpoo, ., _
aso tothe C -
&.B. "DELTA" sl to. imports |m
Tuesday, Mareb llt.'at. 7 am.

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