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 Material Information
Title: Jamaica times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: March 9, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Kingston (Jamaica)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Jamaica -- Kingston
 Notes
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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Source Institution: National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) ( SOBEK page | external link )
Holding Location: National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) ( SOBEK page | external link )
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 28831784
lccn - sn 99058119
System ID: UF00085573:00040

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allowed Devrie. Sa ti-
wel. Then there were Benja-
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We beg to annouee to our Custod -
ern st we have remove to u14 Bar-
bour St., Kingston, where we ill
eoatinue to execute Ordern with our
uamal CARE AND DDSPA TCH.
OUR PRICE LIST FOR 1901
Is now ready, and we shell be pleased
to forward copy to uny address on
application. Mention the TIMEs.
N.B.-Owing to the advance in price
of Xf v es, we now have to
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When old Jethro iil declared that gave thenikm re fraM(
tillage is mnure," and practised tr culture the he had
the precept lie so ardently preached, crop before; with the
iLwas a great sep in aJvanoe, and stead of fifteen bushels o
when Lowes and Gilbort began their half bale of cotLon, he l
noted exJperients that have been bushes corn and a whole a
carried (in fur v .r .1 yiirs at Rotbarn- ton per acre, and in addition
stead, a new era wa | begun in Agrical cowpeal grown among toe ei
t- re. Progress was slow," for the onltiration had oesed. .
farming clae is very conservative in This "md Msq g ta
a America She -pai-ea ha be
a Co"onlet, a. Caada. Aii-
WIna and New Zealand, and the
Gosw teti-of a.. at ise aid h ag e

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Mry d 6m. "prenftratiq & aIalw
".apable otbeing W,"i-me .tef l. r
toe a s slang phrase workg It v a
for *ll it is wrch." So i woeld er- Atha get bak, t o
tainly seem the p trt of wisdom on'the luxuriant crdpe, but wha
part of all Grovernwi. as to encourage ears he had built a new In
the acquisition of accurate, scien-ific, Lenoed bhs farm, and shows
knowl-dge 4- those en..aged in agil- videaoo of proopcrityr-r
enultural pursuits, and in the U. 8. this forced to admnt abs *]
is done very yFna Itieaily,.a.d each FSrmi" il sad a
ste of the Union ha' Its Agrial ain cnled .-i m
NaralCol ago, with main and hte&h farming l oofla to .o..
Experiens at ione- so located as tMSrmvlg AMtAtd
to cover the needs of he State. At and it wu aptly ate. -
thee Colleges a yoIag man, 4r young The betar mn ise .
woman alt gt aproti equpuet i i. hina. for maI
of knowledge at a compartiely ,ky i a, y the.g
lhgi t cost, a-Ia alUowanj is made w n i
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rmngp of great value ind unique work.
maniship were exchanged by both
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five of her stoat- tarted
shewent to the Moser cold
p!t-anud entered upon a sn
a me liquor she thought ha
stored there. This time Mrs
was arrested by the county
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Swaggon. It wa aft
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6tbe, eg- of the wo
Happy and hying, and d
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Looking up from the 'T
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Love: "
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-power tohe faint d ing prayer to make YOU trong with
hat havew no might, Tho Ris strength, hopeful with Hishopes,
MstrengMth, so that they nnd faithful unto death with His
.0asoimwmngof.esagle, the rum fidelity. Hope on I
an lie nt weary, they walk an are See through the darkness the
IMlat. Under a sene of weak- morning star
Sand wear ess I 00ome to Thee. Shedding its ray for the weary feet,
lu.me now. Refresh my soul with Lighting its way to the golden
hai heavenly grace. Infuse the power street."
Tfhapirit into my being. Let me
rt nmg by faith in Thy Omnipo-
--irong to run the heavenly Official.
Mm o bear up Uader all the -.
ato array all Mr. John Smythe is Qaarantine
f-a-do all its du tie, oser at SAT-la-mr.
and olaoed by the, he following are now J. P's. in St.
dose supply *hrough hy Catere: lesrs Neh, XM D.
Sea. Am e. jaolph, Ba&A Clodd, ,
|. uie. for q. -uee.
a --',x. --ed on Man ee k. smaiinrmbg to
-ana.to o asIontie tl. April Ilst.
S*.. *. -lest yea be eaiewonmh0adied n Ie. M.
fIntl your ndda.er Crd. je ODeember Quarter.





ba lmulgy from the ordinary Our New Queen.
Snd tl uy ies the The Queen Consort, as the Prin
o( eaUn! ua- nnr;,, *a e cess of Wale., confessed, that when a
L' ilfoe. The AarL uti p e s w i atin
la i. peculiar timr insiral graCmar.
a-ofrr j I remember one." adl she say-.
4f. i C.98" sand the ing to my ttor, '.lidnit you tell me
S bBel im to comfort d that the Latin laaa is dead T"
S* wYe, yRow ral Hig." re--
r-bae the early Chritisn are lied the g a o mn ,' Is a dead
,4I ree mon *" raidoew amy-
S r m w ly, Im a afraid, I think it bo er
gal s wlYked ot to let the dead noI 9 fr
of t re. sms vey awfl- dfor bad boys .ad
4%sUieaif Iwe aro to I Iy thingllday
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P sally as a Saviour and Ppriater of
fr.W. C. EUSRT D. D, "fah and -hope, and salvation;
of -dw Wedgm; as iUIW ~~i l .Have faith

pursuingwhateier. m lit e was s&"tamned
ledn o th umm ad'%th
sknxthe Ostrength of In
Alis dieodr fforthre:yP1rs
.~mf ~Or~~L of af
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Grou of t Ih OMet Wbiau hatByhe was A~

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M 1 asdeb m U1 -iny Indl beAl" sli sndw n''te
soIrawwat l' M.
Awd. n aw OIS6 fA6 ch He set before gnka
Luei wlThu 2. Cfio idb, asum Otb urab tedm -
l'iancnemsof your His. the Lod
;;Qp@ tunto ben Eu h*r"fit "ns. ~Askie ini n mbuabm belev'u.


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Peas wrowthedf ainn theu ae


PeloWtms" lttbmd.O -toIn lairIed;

to p ,or nt-t"Zt U aHm


BuWft4 1 I scment n srvPlyiu huTlW


pupiur tt 4R1

Thu shuisd not be..

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Pe Weft bmdise papes'aue .
Iminge. sr to t
c o mi ;"
Te following cane firm oeaM
on the 8th Feby. 23 e aljrm 4
ctnen 11 acres secondcrop (insured)
Staple Grave plaut&tio, brist Church:,
saipoi.,ed incen'tiarism. f acres secoud
'rop At Ealieivuur p lintation, St.
Trilhmal --U.osedRuI in-endiarimnn I


Cusntomne ... ... 4350,000 Nightly fire redden the sky and
Internal Revenue ... 146,080 everyday the papers have numerous
Uwg12 ..:2 .. 125 ,000 ip t team igrniua rdu

The Post of iiis .sckcned ortemra e weturn amM"
Ai,.w. It will eat a03.391, laing, of terpf
therefore, a d &ill thu 4nDL aiSMJ UdMa I4M1 NW.9
The Imri.l Grant to .an Ail.i asown edt 11 n m

On athe expenditure side we tah ft prty -ttSWfS 6 4
Ra *w ... ., .... ....At ,.a t
i a ... .~~. r The ~Iwes attriate. the'
fr" timem r law-les Vgr' '. 4_, -
nIT T..RTH PW 0DAW3M 1rM*iht-.
oft Customs etC .. AGAISET tows weRl eta ft I

Penain"m ... .A' leat for th.-purpoc the es
Thds last item is going up. In of thte Thiirt DdpartmWtt of
1899 1900 it war. 22,932. The P. W. D. culture. Ths Is said tu have been teA
is put (doin to rot l3.8i35; [imi- work -of- ignorant -incediaries fraois
grat.ion UI : ldu-trial Schools among the people, who were wroth at
1,2u6; Mimt;Lrv t ',207; Institute tihe property being lent for show put.
gu r-PNhit rWV',rt, Built4iag, -te. po~~'. '4k wuuld be uninteliti-A
64,37~ Tis last as.an increase m to any but Wes Indian, who I v
pared weit this year's actL. e: pendi, that uMay pf .heum imassees- .:t
tre. Of this large ius 'Ui .92 s e'> guard ean Agrieultual Shtow as"
down to repair maAm roads, The iaw ntastrus qiut govenametet so 1fi
Mes tae applied to any one prihis i the amount af prperty- in adie
87,7W9; to t. Mary. Ctrknalon is to with a view to umpreamng the t
a up 87,214. There ems little or aos wase e
S uloh 4teuaatut ti s iManedera i
met' ital obstacle to the
hoidigg of Shows ae s Wete
"The Gem." au tis now mupd ma semii .
-- aettang of the IrO e n t r SSM0 sM
The March number, with Th depth of
strict s-aosfity a hel, eu WPsaaMros. O n.
wit *'0he VZ iulou erng the part of the Wetb I is
tbbit th&b of tIegCt.-Mow-t-anr. ndbla Reltalousorw U as


From one aeisty lathatg it has
owU to 60.818 in 1901. Under the
itle Let the Suanhia in" Mr. J. L.


Randanl puts in g e !ft
news from the mp. The Air
of the Junirs e well to the fore,
and i give uas pleaeme to bote how
cordial the reep a ed to
the adtrable t rtl tts (ar
Homes," lo g 1opb 8oot -ely IS. 74,
eiUr a1p3tbband Chibtiusa wetter;
generally, sho14ale hat dlatriba-
s ir- plhed. We teeono ed' It
heatttly,


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gtord,.of the d la ~.~~it
orary in girl. r
Prine, the capitaof the
aunti man armama. 40Ss


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fr, delard ta he- *.
repesntative of Crit, antd-t
bad emetppege the isyfra

ad Wel to eirfaoe bdheol
and wu*I4dphiitr, hr

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1d vfthepeoplefor the d ad ia m
,.A young woman was caught Another change ." taken pisa l4
as a memento, a piece of the Railwa de rtinent, at tirdsta-
Illmn by % which a wreath was ticn. Mr. Jas. Uiley, M aent rof the
Vtha Queen's statue. The in- engine "hed, lh" received maaeh.
members of her sex made her iag order from h oe .t t- $sJ If a
r front of the StateS, ao W"fm int. ..,.i ',;.
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Iantber, it eobamie of 2t
Ats best artaele is a descrip-
Obe Quoe a's funeral prooes-
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the Postal ervie. due in part t the
1'. W. D. i'nti li the inlind mail ser
vice now. T'lii t.ti La vten fall. ABJ);
the Institute 9,). Ulner Judici Ll,
we 'ip'"- 861 ,d -a%. hr retrenchment
in i tsi staf'.
Soune of tl, 'iiost int ..r, ting esti.
I.tAl(i items aiv.,, 'in the It-venue sbide.


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S ]BY D. W. L CABLE (
SRusia ratiftee the Haw
ia eeng Peace.
-ench longshoremen,
Share on strike. .
'"' -Arb~itratio

amoa Is 1899 still hat:
mSlil pox reads in
Oew eaes iak7 435 mow
Sugsta bas formed &t
in pain. Tronbl s t
Yeomury recntitj ,
-Bnoqh men ve te
Tie Duke of Canj
oBme Knights while iJ
The trouble betwtW

Ie or oneloure d
P16 t, CaMotonC
SVflunalteer Cyett dU
DO eawh go to Africa.
.-Via, LMaeno, a
Tmo i g for the Cilia
t ,ot named stands b*.
-lb Dake of Manoh|
* nfhata, inbed for brm
Cslmbiaa troops hive
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.UMWs WUflhdiun ana nMO Mti
Ot d Auatrdsam in siail
'-da n has resigned as V .f''
Iriond. Marlborough may sSe
The Pope who celebrated -&i6 birth-
daylast week and is now 91, ~ in good
health.


Janousky stood first in the inter.
national Chess .Tournament played at
Mesae Carlo.
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poaar n too severe.


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iWuv1T or np zi"ulv nor uy

zI tar 8.scretary expert
debateo aJJowe& w
*fwths with &te BastM.



MknUSb country on tL i
m w sl ince s 1 He 1d
It. eiproeiky is needed to
toedged leave pa f
t tobe perP Aftt "
AB tler will not be eois
Chibais a reslty not a hg
the ek
kh mean. Aamenei
0 4s not over yet. In the VP
Was war sunt oontinue till pae
tenLd. The President linai
es NIan hI. second term w.s:
rated with great rejoicing.


SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.
De Wet and Steyn with some 154
failing to penetrate to Cape Colar
and forced against the Oran
River by the British, crossed
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TIMES. .


be or her to give any dostty, mes- The Special Mb 4k .
lag Russia, separateMAndspools1 o rn-.
essionsC just now. Princes Citing ad *Thq pece n1iation seri g-

ee what a bad te%6 wt m

had witildrawn some of her demands d 4ay. Among the An 1 i
sdr that China is appealing to the s cs for na.eh


BuvI. s e ailt uovr PekAun ud Um
BImprets is said to fear remtumag
there.
The Japanese withdraw from China
thii mAntI. blit leave 2 01 t (roo


500 to be in Pekin.-Britain wil
mately leave a battalion of Wesh
Fuuilie s to guard the Legation, uad
an Indian regiment on the line. The.
Germans are so far unmoveabl. The..
Americans, on the other hand, are
flitting even now. Franc e wiU
her eown with one infantry brigade, a
aalry regiment and aY'S TE lery.

YESTERDAY'S TELEG, AMB.


da sad Frnday a'
Asmti on Monday
At St. Alb.n'a
Geo, fe and Mr. W.


well known Uinrchb worKer, 4 -
dAuet the meeting. on the 10tul
'Tahe is a united Pray -'
pt tL. George's Sobhoo taro a4m
nsd.r kI& 5 p.P.M. -
"At. L Matthew, tmoi ,'
Jlul, BA., of Oabar,
'd0irs8n address to 6oiL
tor preached a special sgenaoas
Tbe Baitiqt, Co Mgr o .
P f U.atmd& rhrt wa.n 'AnutAsa


Balfuur's amendment re suspension r. =B1 Un..rI>rUW
o.- as A -i an s e al ri M '
ori'ie"n hers passed 264 to5LT g eram"
The '. is mildly bullying Den- Wee ns. are p-qe
mark about the Danish West Inies. irfnem na Sera;during>A
Some Bo (ers hav e trekked i to wl e ,il.- w
A soldier and other European r P i. ct of e. r S..,C-.
new eites are reported. l himself be prose ,.
Rberts thinks the British have- example Moungerr n1s.
been more temperate as liquor drink At Wtley, Dr. Murray preasces
in the present war than ever before. tn-arrow in the mornti, iand Ei.
AFRicA D. D. Parather, BA., at night.
P learst..n is re taken by the British. There iMonday nht iionary meeting o
The Town Guard was inefficient. Ina, u h7 Tuesday. The Rer.
Steyvu aud DI et have separated inatio T-er wsda be ordained.
their ,ommandos. IAt St. (;eige s, besides Canon KUi.
Lychtenberg nis relieved. The Bver Mburn, the Reve. JD. Ellis sdS..
General Celliers is dead. Swaby will e at work. The Canod
French has wade further capture, waby will be at work. The ano
making in all 7 guns, 204,970 rounds of ,adm.. a
= t-h
tfl"Lee's- Fs- to cof. e.

.ee ,~ e "'',* **.


CIH WM-ItY.
PECTLY DLImoJU&
IL Y-


SMYBB & SON.
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tV*'.A~~ -r Ut
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Ninst eeL. Irial .c.t.L L N.L

; -Bovrtl Wle. o.
"I' POW. -- a'.....1"
HIS MAEUTVt MAMLS.
ammuitioa, 28,m o n. i,41. from r i, ; asi
Wausj, and 879 prisoners or killed, Q(ue5st r~ue Sto Et .
Th have been big captures in Cape Seamers pert .o kr
Colo0 tr"e
Bo1t ham a week's armistice tocp' CP- w rates mof. Pamq. -
sider pemp. Cargo ear ied to B and threagL
The Insttute. to Ld Meag.agw. Liw trp
alsa. she Coneat at. -
Mr. E. Pauton, brother of the Ja- 8AllAM48 EVERY 14 DAYS.
maa P et ** D. M. P." and son of e .
late Arel.deanf'"Panton, -hen be" i.
"qi6iried Curator to suoceud Dr,
Deurden. S T. LOUMS," "PAi" "'Sw
On Wednesday Mr. CandaL ni.. YOM, .al *T. Pat l
An *fftniaPAa t&r._m a. sa g .u z a B P L __ ,.


through the Paris lIbwkii

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t- Irsh eniml, s ber- l roena euI"
-- .rah jaV Tuiiw*tf froe the


--'Fi -. oft' W URw J aik. tio
new'ss ,~ntt de aamr events of the


early rhstk*t **twpem the Irish.
gas, uander the ToilMhip of Mr. A
Prmel, gaLve-te Uo'vmwaeat of the m
day ab much treambe, nad when suich be
violent scenes a& the onue rej.r-ed w
this week were of frequent occurrence. ,
On one oeuasi bers of Lthie lI.,ne Rtul pli ty were
r-movtell in b-i riucti lonll. It loouk:
vr iiu-di i 1i tile pr.-cN:,t Lesion
will rlank :tiuong the .-tornmuut
S-generation. Let
-ot -m ,m us a_ -he
exit at pr6 Wme ais het
H-n f l- n e e doore w e ('


. iteq ^^Dua teotdas :a
ersaaW.fits
w4o' 63.


ual. ., ^.. -we-.. n

aat be on their wa
at in any ease. we. .
ar will last antil July dt d

"HE COLONIST'S ODR
'Tis eight o 'cl .k, to the old C
tower.
The daws return to their rest,
Thu drowsy old owl fliRus
Mthe pro*T,
As ate swsh iato the wM


o o gSod roadS for driving "
I alope,. at.d bsidle pathS iii the
er uuuntaina. --Onae peculiar fea-
of the i-land is the reproduction
of the English country lane, with its
broad strip of roads ie turf and its
ramblingn hledgegiow, or stone fence
SYorkshire ad Derbyshire. The
g lih, park. too, reappear in tropi-
nfrL d thie Statm e d b


money
Indeed, i
sugar produsodl iler
bd- iQ more proflubte
All the eugar plaabere
the capital and I
adopt u qhe
Ad -


sbodeft

than batmmaar
who have had
1ie wisdom to


tbe .ou- aeo.L Tb-e r, t'I am
Mr. T.-W. af.iell, 49 5an of d
extraordinau- abllity and who we, In th
a member in the last administration.
Owing to" lis openly aldvcsting a I reca
Compeniwl y Land Purchase Bill, a, L
aeteare w ,inch 1e Co tseraatire ri-T --
deadly opposed to, Lord slteburn I
&a d-lid to t9 pWoitm him, c j ear.,
b hen tWle new Ministry *um famed. l
Pt ke 4 4iso aitehf'P*. LIZO
.boaera wh w 1t il dr.bt help. tl give 'LI St
trubtt, aS ie Conseruv.adt lea'
berm theso es v'v -ny:&q co wn e-' The V
.-.tta1e. a t ha _-anb Wa*j bac 4T
;; .of Sdheq ..(. had a* -mq Plaop'

f-is d iap rbanit meh
kabs to Is re'ne tatta y qshtsr jfie
ass t ea S= ~amed ill be pwruead .
*fromi stz.M tg zI... reuc.dee.e of
be"s sW6r. !
We do anit Alak sbt a dimemm 4
wlsum.r tlitoi & wIt meat tman lss a
---. _. ai l. t .-. _. a -


oMettaenn-y wN b6 pnraety y db.


Is t e .apw. BIuM. wer
.., he. um
t 4noohe ayo ad.



betn c h ex-Coimande
set.l .-Wa Minters. I"o"t Wl
Mlat beif of th speajw
b il Id dty theiK
etlon of ,the; Army adth.i .-.
eam of M.ir y Adminial e
te& year .a .v rewuAbera ,a
ant aatntI..f t toil .14a aimS


1a
I-t


lys
trdear old pile before'
ll the time ere the
ife
S-tpaerd la. brow-



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Sthie bread, made entirely fro..
Rted flour. is not e good su W cm
.Oh in England for the me.o

p ouq* Iaraiswo covtrar.





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gert is noot na*. ft-.
& Mr k l ..f Ant -'8 -a m a


RAIX.-March ha


Y-- nn


3msglmd."
-you think this w Ite of
- will atn k a., dlfaen f
lperity of JmUwU"I? *
OW TOocoOK ,JEA &AS, .
t largely etat.
i^J~ftfttf. wow^ 'ffil:


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At this stage, whi"l the
^'X..... .RIT IN BLOOh. -"i

.. waits to betitl
~~.-. t n.x =A


presmmably a fuel-mwn man ,i
present, the only thing that seemed

to II




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It*'-'''' '*''^^K~ilflft1' ^'u~ w~" i


mad
at' tbe* as,

a~g Iis equaly osral
~e.Awmashow i
g''otof 60 VoMS
e~p~sw Ineweu'6



leasfftein ad -,


AM=$ OF TH P
W adtakena other
oef -direting the
0 to the work
o 4my has und&
uington in conneotium
the Metropole established a
'range Street. It gives us ]
sure again to refer to the (
ageous efforts of the Army pa
to make themselves, in very <
helpers of the Poor. The i
thaote being done "A

iiJ ai^t '~.tft


mOners to
every effort is ma
lf of fema'e prisoners to
mn to get on the track of
nest living. The Ensign_.
wr beginning to attend
Courw to deal with
r. very much as sudo
itcwith by Police "
uwaries in .London.
be m=mnn d

5s i thOegIthis
^: dbs m>h to
ofl em with r good
Iw t o pportucaity of
re sa~iteonof the l
.that existed for, help
ias it posib -thbe,4

) 40US'" in

V.


p ig and otf W its
If -Thi- a a dien
jE which Ministers and Teach-I
especially could render as-
*ance We are surprised- that
ey don't, for we can't encour-
e the idea that the work is
owed with jealousy or suspicion.
i another direction help might
"vea; second-hand garments
hioe e -badly needed fo
noi le maore fto by




gitody, lt sep, u tlyean



Sit aW# .o We adere tohe
6 method all along, and
ea it on our reade Most of
or damulde&deu on .uotfrom
Sday, butwe possintbly has
W o Rore.,i,-o HorAnd
Smtwevertoally abempS aid


S woitt t it ao k~v

atdawe& in w a po- etiwcal

i jwevert Naden, e S
entiot and wirbently, hasr

*tren gly impressed Or
Ailof as *o knot
1 msto er for the day
-nku..e .aa m* .of one



a let as not-

*and


--it hi"
..madpq


=Al" us


4.3,


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d

known AnglioP" .le2gynmas,.
,.he still -better known ma*i.
iti a*nd author of Musie
Morals," and "My U M ioa
H 'e said "he hal been dmwu
the Army by common senes, bt
had prejudices, as a musitl
against its m nUs.1-Th
S had aniely dia ar-
SHe had visited the a
in Bast Todi4 JI W
i. oeeo the workshop s t i
Vr the employment of th
p F B. As one of the speak-
d U said, human natre was
P &d and rns wm
to eads. TIht w aM
great secrets of "ee Agmy.
but it was not the omly
cannot the-M Ml-mnr---
first seet of the snoo M fo
the Salvation Army was prayer.
iAi the back of prayer lay love,
Itndaity, sympathy, and then
eame in, ai a necessary comple-
ment to these things, the genius
of organisation. The Salvation
Army had all those elements of
success, and that was why they
succeeded. He could not help
feeling that thli -..LAy---ettl -.---
teation tW almost a lost side of
Cbristianity."


8BRVICL AT WTfE- .
SCOTCH KIRK.
1 1BY A PFCOIAL OGBBBBPONDXNT.j
it iis mowible to enter the
Khk f though feeling- of m.ore
than ordinary interest ian de
building and worship theme con-
duoead. For it was within these
walls that the voice of the Pastor
Poet, the Rev. John Radcliffe,
was heard for so many years
Who iithat has in remembrance
Moriendum, can fail to
feel that tender interest. re-
ferred to as the Kirk is onteer6d
for the Sunday evening s*rvie..
Besides, it is the Church with
which also one especially ooneota,
another Poet, Mr. BAor.cri's old
pupi. I-refer, of oomree, to Mr.
MoRmrsoN. Latterly, too, the able
and energetic Pastor of"the Kirk
has been adding a new attraction
to the services, inthe_5hape of
of music of the very best
quality procurable "I have had
muob to contend _with" he told
aoS ft aundAy night, in this at-
tempt:" And indeed one can
believe it. Christians are the
mot Putually fluspicious bodies
f aa d viewed simply frum a
lhq there re ample obhanoes



bO iAW. tm aidw and.
t. w..bo have doubt" abo.t the
m terto drop in one Sunday
, when Mihese speoi ser.
ea on, and ee for then-
ad hear for thealves.

come within nuL of


seemed to me he ws.


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aa.eg nt oin.



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AIt h eu







4 way like mrea 0 th be
in mai. The Kirk. Oer
put tmuch things before "on,
you can enjoy them at the
cost of what tou really can afford
to put into the plate, a six-
penny, a three penny bit, a
penny even. In one sense it is
a feeding of God's poor, who pos-
StheGod-givan hunger for what
.sweet and beantiftl And
i 1emn to e, ap f wi
epOrting from keeping (o.'
oly, and asa place ofwe
True in the lt

your _m i anu d @oage,
th~)ited,. how -deep
Bd"-broad the rewftvoir
y0u draw, pad how trWa
the maai2 be- made an aaven
theo better oaiprehensio ofn
S Eernal. The Church is
answering the muandate~ "Foeed
mny Sheep."
A glance round as the Volun-
sw avunds shuw. part of the
r's aim at least is won.
i .g buldin floor and gat-
is fulL Mr. GPAMA
'his sernon, in one of thcae
which one soon sees are ohamr
i *I love anie. Neat
I plaoe atiWc." A


Svoie es no 6 Near"
gyodto Thee." "TheEWy
i by Mr. AWao
wE bass, A aruu .t
sA lo.- admirable r
l,Mr. 8ohaefer comes a vio-
6 bwmdtifly plyed M^
-at the Otga rendersn

Zlorghy fie
'.o the
iy eponi aIsL|


l', tat bsatl one: l '



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*@ "SC.


STORY OF THE WEEK.
Death by violence has been'
focused on the week. First came
details of the terrible socident
at Moneynmik Eatate,Vera. There
in the dim light of an early
morning, Thursday a week o

the a.. epae.











long vith scalding mud and
pieooes of the machinery, the
damage will run to a couple of
thou,,md pounds. The (O0r
meat have promptly sent an e!-.
ier down to investigate, ad
the owner ,, the Estate, CoL

Ward who hmdred oi from i.iage
peon on heas ig of the dikaste, it
Iternmenty av pBapatlyseotanea-



mi.doawo to hove aga" a nor.




boils. .. It should.
Tn he mwne pash, f lafet,

ha been ho eingt. eide ee in the
mea e of be ptl Bryan, pd oen
i the doPay.,to ael aon
dnle o. The Eaeteh C.



n drad leas to a tema


lswore
a. m.i or ed
Shaw wvem
Steel who ft
a pipe, Shai
terate smo
left his pi


S in the da
to "Flighter."
I there lent him
was an inve-
pg he had to
m At aima


S'o n nC .,.' M"'
.tof thome who ,mw--- "
when the fruit wants more cold or
less heat. In connect ion with the
Direct Line is is annouceed that
Inspector Thomas, the talmnal
Author of "feVadd A i .. a -.. ..


* ~. ~
S
* .


4.


4; ThatW
the day
doae,'had
Such in ov
on wich
Cideswb


~7th,moa
murder was
the pocket.


Sto i


Lampioueut in asmaa. Th


p oid o f o r =
.0 o A. C th-


at'
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with o


7:O0


and


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pulled bee b lob


F. V I A .
Ma

! one IIIth
i as t twe 'ta' wi
'~ U ml*


ohrn


Asa naWma--,of hot Govurs.
no memhadowmAk* as-us
VmKlssoOusba did in IA to
0. Oosmm*d h


b" Zhmidc"" f


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Low gre' all




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two .' y




aim na ur4Ji L~t


,seome n*'iU xei es- a' and
about Sp q Town, lihiT willH
probably 4.ibtame the iiItet st in
the soldier, regul-as a'il ,'un-
teers underhis command, anil at
the bame time incrnaAe :l ,-ol-
diers' efficiency. We pe


o volve a
osk eouwsly.

.Iot. Teose

Sooragen

Oss by in-
mafe age
ury alwsay
and even
i fiitig that
ide. danger-
IL. tl I. nUh
, that Lpoils


the twenty 9sve
f. r ill belb.lt. t
of offlop, ase4Q
highest is t
520. He''
to Mr. GoM
retired, aBd '
Ierie. Mr.|--
Mr. Gr -er
end of the 11_
cleaner" gt'i
sum is fortl.t


The Wesleyd
been in msessi
the Presideno,
Murray U. 3)
r lf.na ura


nesday at Wi
able deliver
to the Wees t
to every congr
a-hm' during the m
but we think as
and a!tl. a review


the General may see Lua v ''. to in their social, n
exter.d the idea, a,.d .1r; t .'- I"which.
field operations iu other i,.'as f Archbishop's As
the I, Mu.negu By and a wise
m.4ax; 116. the place. and to beo
.t :'. .quite big to the.
-oonuqulent tra.ops that at


TUR MAKE A GRAD -IMP=


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Oharch. This
2mt according
ston be read
ia in the' la
ths following .
cowprehen- v
SIsland events,
.1 and reli in.,u-
.nks wiTh 1. .-
i address a-
f'things dque
i6Md be driven
ai ies &o, and
st date. Te


. t.


qJ r- Q. 43W


luest oie b


W: AY NIpaE .


;. S1 not lomaNdfrld ie
.au es. M,. .sl p ." ,.
SfoBure e. sBrwhied or44
km m ly itoo,

tMW6 k of Ktshlg
n dis etdh y -craitis

I -r "Mr.


^x b. h dli .g ot,.sike "'amer.-
r am ioresow in t .im s. i
a mient eWM e two

wtiu hoadobtsr.coBwtrld-sV
i.' i t oreeog nAift.,,
6 if51bors tuhw inner *Anlwiic.II We6


of pawer, by tIaenmS preeae oofl
the ebnoxios tlHe t M.pn. .idat.,
Coriaaldi, and Lewais- r ih-"irzee-on
cala.bles" ani wll. insist ano r such
rovIditions.
Mtast people have read M It vin'a
retolutil*i. ItuaMld that in Lit ipflios3
_)i wie iuineil, the noustit pr -e-te
of their tour" w irrita in '_g t liu
millating to the whole Ctao4it, and
even if required far emxtrt:hieit itnui
nt ances Ph,,utt n.u f rtnui:ui ,"i or
dl mary logiultum,. t'ie smorntion wUt-
cluded by u 4 Sh .M a4dress .he
ea .t 40 e Seventh.
4e40%.-ew, wi.
we .
|1 ^^^^B~f


p 4&d pr.n-




b of eelf-.dinnsasi ihlIck
o-~I9n the Goveme nt Mr.
Mligaee Ivtsr. took. tbh trouble to dis
, sociale th: elected nimenbat as a body
from that b.atclue I, a:d while Mr.
Bayin asduitted ti at the statemntnL
-.---- L. ..--- ---


bii he said. the majority w -Ud
jMia t. -.. Ba"n'' ,

-to rago iw I,
amm', .who hd Fhown" tWA.
,n-...- -.



m. to '.

LarCSITO tMs To Tw. wor
ih* *mfl Ms th omIva the
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|t iqandmthe p ople o0e, i&4

SAPOt.. 1o4a4ti Jism
thSe preease of the stAW4ed

A.160vita*. up fa ir
5nerft1y. Of conu ahe bseniit
uily ie tiht deadly ape Thi f it






$St outaid"e 8pna a "

onthuaiMar. The wr t hro g. "
P,, T be hed lwlt
'o f A4 p f u ,.
jnrd of Agriouiltmr ses nop


-ten prisuS oa, eibd *r
W restw, fern. *St. Jagi
Sthe Govemnor ait uail"
boti tipoy6. The sate y
t snqeaer wil, .b nested


Onr lwmt
Nous to or
;e allse 1
jer next

- ,.. 4*


1 .- .
,,/. ttj.. '. ,,., .


am. man. &appais mfr 'gi'
munch a. t Msit or twuam th.
rioausly j .aj tuhib *AmI Mr
was spist-Ahg of the st.
eace .Il Aepese to wbich
were pnt. risd tise Inar jouvn .t
had t., 'jimtOfake t, ie4.u. tb ge
laWiW -*, was .'.En' Iu ; If '... t tlhat e he
to leave I -. noaue J >r A.a !ng
torp d(iw- *,; 'invi e a-it-Fs (ftntry
-,aLtcb Lh eL ly l I. ra ,r P ii ",
Aon1 fir maob rtratlrim. a.i:juno
woiad b.d1e4ut Mr. Cnhkaide-ml.ssetevia
w.irg wqr tfs-l1.aat.ai.MmAml
cii, aumitfotiis.i 4 ibwwb 'w,.
as....a ~ -s -'Sp


.ISB .^ d .I

9 *U*as tMIj4k




of fake vi niat *te 7ve
tmltone he m a.p ly fob so
sina.or humuimnat the pre1
tb) four addltimol member*. a
dIl not se Sttierefore how a rq_


QounciL 3ft. JiUvew ord
seoat mpsuoumlaom whiot
almatheelasted q
tlt~wequ to :As A
tht-l if It


ssh


WALUOWS A A, uMVD
i I ASq.. -


U. U *CWUW W I+"I
(fray, at um.e
. aSd irrwstiot
,masi-f: e kt -


- tufl0r#Obesthst. mt wE Mr.
Savie olkpdS h t.a qapr i. the
. ..teh OT meAVE A .X ...K
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,S i tN 1er dsMls Mr. 0dM.
~RAM


ii .the Ooaii an -i


mtUI c A ono ASraw a


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Aiol i W vn"l-- i~ uetosa aldIm


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-in ih4ba


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t,,.' -ma. '5:J'-t


Nrw ase .*dimaOti;.
asiWtegJlnwof te .
r jiaH tte s. ,a ilh, Sd
L e wA jaJ lB, ~


.11 :


ofty baiaui e d his 'w'eer
with .no, eotalO voice '
lRper rt A!p, he said, ma
r, thesTby lowing in the
.of Genwal iallowes, who
spikee in the Cutuncil unless

or X TlL I' PF.IJ L t t'I 'JElb TrE.
h a man o ums lie was in
* COcl easentiaJy a man of
;a Geinral aar bida fair to
bI ,a. lie so ,anmded Mr.
iW -7


o ow ot piuio that tju pr-'
Usmve pro~nsiuM for the a-m
tia oft otherss abould .b e
An a bill and a.upW brightt forwmr.
Mr. Webb led tUte Elected Members
in. rejecting the tul1, for the reastbn
tO-a as ui pIroq % iwo were merely
J.LfWuasib e it wuul. ,'!I brv,. about
the IeglIMraLIun of ziAhers, :,ud it
jkoui tberefore i.xot burden the
htautae book lie onvuiaml t4o
ho fm ting that "A gret m.a


L.,,.' at-; -(..a -a..'.C-'. I ".- -a


wrift 1


mewonres


rliurw.i. was '1
day. Alter |


ay a business
I awa: their
#a relic of the
liraked tbe'


t % t tes t.kWild. ',
Th.. giy--af*tabal.uS-r k .ti
meatZ; Vote r Begistratioi. nndP .
Laws passed. Prison uao FeFnn pWuW
poBal smothered. Quit. It,.,:- a plied
to pay Railway debts.
BAtimate, passed :-
Governor Inid Staff 129
Lands Department... 3,3f
Cutoams, eo. ... 39,. ,
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wbo has').isbd
sardem liarPot,


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.o i d ~ a 5"rm, to d s m : "


trra t foundD fr &adfr
.16t w~aw'viiride wspe`sV onsd bi
!. t.i r ,s t -, ,-. 4. ( OVaudwloD

-sSi f -
4N bl twora Works twud sk had niqt


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kLpguxg and iMMSpt.

AkaHT Fox Tfl Wuerflham
BTE2T A.. O.iBmaTmp
noWG. ob.!0.TL

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stada -olarit
wisat. heM es
asta solmauty-
dbmill f, awt
VW-
teeofa a .0
whicham ian
,s to be |


sens6ible (
UemOHrU 4l

The 1u te
"1aee ats


eir Law. -aw" of euery


jW.mulidhazaa's.

os uar bommn
-rqde o Wi ports adli espe-
iati at Pelt Antonia, are ot!igv' Iw
say t stteewmeroa ie in JaWmlWiA
an American. Port Autonio is
A REGULAR YANKEE TxoWN.


ad


t so mim
I donet

Sms, a
Eo. like

ae-
py a nr


t*t A6e4 of
p *ons life
wet befen.
laf ty pert
ad cf goea.
the count.-*,


otdoUs. I was iSnM to Ac", urh i Ja I
Dtr0te BNte ebtres earpihe whop &8#fl- ImeSWMdA"p
==sh. k b h Iyellow m- and 6ied 4 1 i U- ~ Mi- l-
ts,7p1. .5
'- -v i' ies. A mas witN. *o
Do -I *la o pI drensm,o -dor-bkAuar'm is da, l
WO14"t 9ai? a Jerp best I hu...


Are l wmt tng mee or VA
Is ldiaseten af 14UMrs.'r ip fil
Vacoatst *yed det?"
Torw W^ lktW'^f the try
even.f mdaefnr herqwn la inthe
tery *ettr- of Sda ftpweier asy
toet didpsot beohntArg (sP of*
ritfotWrfyA*f ne


tilt I m wa O Setn.* tl* 4
bfr4esp aea.W-e hple of t
I mea the ood tw
told nme that It hrito4e
mated from tshe fastn.tawh
tenut of wore, dd dI
eniolta to ex& f agu
'wetor. 1 dtlthOPnh
Iugh, be verifi) id amoso
B k J-A- -b


i sMa lm through tudSqv'YSbrW Wi W-"l
ir .eem- Ire muad brimstone itd ut wbblage


SIt. WRmK.
lDNe ame into


Mauttew A i tb tilhe
my wiad :- thLt the
-tndistracted
These demand amusement,
without t
Yield thenr lo selves, and
pathy.y
Bounded by l s e rest n


sy _ee.
things
sym-


the rainalelnd cep Alet se, tot nve
adafml hours to ambie n & shanty,"
areely laue enor t twist mty arsis
areou-in. atd with me werelive of the
M eahit&an. .of the cit.,. no not oflhe
city, bo*'of the ettlement. I wibh to
be literally accurate, u I stifle the
ancient word ,ity, for the modern bar-
barism settlement. I have spoken at
length on 'odoma, and I trust the read-
er will forgive me. if in these r.amb
ling remarks of mine, tie detect the
smell of brimstene, for only an in
dividali not mortal cori emner.,e
frt adomn without bheai with hbin
mp ofi the pjnuenewS dthis always
tob s en d o4ty .,
m a lwifTw -Ivato MOUNTAIMB.

a dt mhils from Bope -iy. BHMe '
r w en t..- of the bk Impiatrn .
A1 f,4 ta is tliJ
O 'n ..!


thesi e their .4
fan let


Beat I
the .rne
djMr. P
vbm.4-


JIo 6. twuvlsad.) t'
SShi-Psuoing and C

The Direct Line te mers
every 14 dayw. Th first, the.
Morant," arrived on the lot nwd
on the return voage on Marchi
The Delta" i- -ri tile coast ro
in counection with this line. 4
sailed on the westward route ou
50ti Genera!-A"gnt lor Janiai
A. 11. Hlg-art, Kzingown. 1
The B. M. Steer. .
.and leave ft lhy. 'fti
aermsfrou Eiamlghd to I
plme frob wht h bruaet h
go aonkad mtb to shet iI
rhe ms mw proeedii

.iUt" retura'ng from th'ti
Hiad teamer' reheke


iww
wttUfk


vi


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- A -- "a-, some


ne ,ncr AJ,.TCITZ


I H, the newm kg of ag
eapemr of ladle, sa in haid -
r. He Is well preserved, of av-
Iht, of partly build, florid a
exion and of an even, placid


4. the -shadow of the throne he has
an almost uneventful life. While
for the scepter and royal robes
bad little chance to show .what
was In him.


S.- Peal. tnes fb j t
Sbt, Date has Sat has






irago he faouneed tat
sS .At three be would
se. d name, Nward, and be
as Kng dward VII In prr-
to Klng Albert L The English
have always looked forward to
-s King Edward VII.
vn ,-nrthe jDuke t York-
the Price of Wales by
*musee to the thlone,
a Edward In i long ist of
fi blh m It so, who will be
n. day, If he -lives,
Aii dward in his me. It
a queal atty a- ei f him-
Vi the o Inew o g evale

eam would excess tna m
who have sat aon the

o s Te tad hope at Vie-.-
e o ea dwiant. utM

a, a nag name to ha A e


i amuR oi b adi' lo
. &U4t 1t j MfBlUm. kE


b ei s se o i, t at .t
sm> jt o rdn if totba o ll,


n asf monr att I eiatht to




1 bmen ammornetd ftoesaen.
plditltpab to bep.wett at
i aL o omlb he be tot uf

l s oateoom dlo" by the

:ameakredreL
j .. *..1ns .M..... .mm. ,


qI~w r- -r- r --- U ~


I
i


W: ft a boy -xiousl asked .the
Duke ad Wblingtom of the anune.
It Is a prince, rw tnce." aw w etd
the womn, with unruned dltf.ty.
When It was announced that the
hopes and wishes of a nation had bee
fulfilled and that a boy had been bora,
there was univemral rtltioc. Prel-
ates and statesmen embraced one an-
other with uncontrolled effusiveness.
Cannon from the rounds without
thundered the news to al thesrround-
lag d'S7e lHoiwf oC eichk
bas elst ,a.k u p th &.nad ard- ea
eS out eth s .um. to a i sa dr'
ant atioan. E -semu ang l.e
pvy e0m c t, i o .--us

A to t "e r.



tfte NMa I&estausrge dWdopane
who we was wiM S.at
the byhoo o C -s e a war m aW
eventfuL Hie early eduaestlo wa
conduted at home under theu.tesele
of the Bert_ E M. Birch, retor of
Prestwich: Mr. Gibbs. barrister at law;


-the Bev, F. TwIrer -ond Mr,I.qW.
Pisher. He then stedled for a aselon
at Bdlnb a latr e Chft-
church Onsd. e he aeid N1
T-lectures- tor a year and attuwit
betded for tree or four terms at Te,
ty college, Cambridge, for the '

i ela t appearance ta a
part oesay pabli oosasis was l*
.at the eft at thea foaM.an S 'i
of Aue Lambeth Sobd t Art at Vfl
halL Aftar the i oi his t aer '

a. most IIIwetaw *11


gn flu -
Sa^ e _ameT t
blgeW b2.
i-^ r ~.i


of bei u q he alway bhen w
anseleai so4 ms w tx
I!^^^*S F d^ ^ tr-


MlyIe .iE.ce of eae and inomrm,
,j.si '. -. "e .em hi eh.kft .

AM the members of th e rywal
ta~ly tb P -nce -t Walet a=* tife
-'eei P ben his chinad Bai n


lo ad to ma.oedu
abd beeapno *te at biae tam-
Ayt hIp wise cvib him Berfae today,


PM Vumas iaa we ato wgqetul ei owev
ter; amss sau d doctors by Iatlmate, who dae eddMes the pIlSoS
by thatneaml
gum this motey aemblage A adorning Burttsh ar stoerc ais
tb cyr t Their Matfmoes w all eiorts o mawe to thpats.-
IL .-h rmrt# hatS


- tlat .
i ^fiL


w


the eq Darwin, bs without the
originlity of Speneer. Ho loved Clr-
lyle, but he never understood im.. I
have no doubt that Carlyle put him very
little h er than his favourite term
" "- t ,. -
hav ndob cat Mll nehmvr


. 3
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I hav read a grat deal of sha
tL about theseps% *aem t b
s qae Bt rba woaM Jee s fle
o daye "boeaaof On la!!! a
ac-te pretees agaiflm6 elaar
theaae. &b om e bto a :
=amor due' (eab uldm e
,lnaswskmJ~t U vise&


opte vault.
* u &tomobules ton
Ka i.


66own=p on ant aWL


f .


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k.
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= 9 1

SAMAIOA UIOGN OF TEACH EBL


-.4.w-W --
%%ob so- Lm be hwUawi
A SAWAOW
~~lvr ~ma tb.eqws


TwAd -&-


w. "6r. Th ,, uir of
'aiu nd iMeut tthein
& i d oudying district will
smft oo operate in th" laudable and
loid moves.ent, and when a sister
moves in manner of this kind it
should be a stinmilus to the brethren.
Those wio would strengthen Miss
Banghamu's hands, and consequently
those of the Executive of the Union,
arrequested to send a reply t: the
Q ral Seoretery ising their in-
be* w .a .eimw ., and
APW1 At Sbm e thms
a b M a ueleae Shy.
Mir l* .k thes roasesi


beebem~uubled by the "m-
F it, ~ should grow up


r b 4Wiiqr OLBE
I.~I -The S f oft lbs First Year Bias-


let f ee the necemty and
d iMf s request.
ipot .ALERT J.. SMITH,
ne;i Secretary, J. U. T.
School.
St. m a,

s Paradise.
I aAme

Je .ha ft-.a


ejjbThe
~
.e &wad


WELT TR EST EP5oI'
U006 MuwI.MUaS the -Birbds"
W.Imim..,. "wi~sM, otberyeawor

opub sumt of in
AS Ow- WI ai -r*ibdpuas.of Agrir


lept to tei
shall be on ri
Lady teach
have started
their salaries
get $324 ay
of$24 a yeai
$30 per anni
tend that itis
ott mt am
-aU.l the w


Adoein annfteollay".em
00 to Ait* dlusdesLThur
6.gm in'1. o" or emm
V~pkft WamW edto tbe

~ of anl .cOm.

CbaLrovided we: proses
=bsto and keep pary
S4 ~AM weseannot at-
(aa rming to-
iremen ar Schools, we
iglat flines.'7


irs of Toronto, Canada, From the CoM
I a movement to have
increased. Teachers now The wreath sent to WWi
'ear at starting, with arise Q',een's funeral by the RBo
r, until the maximum of Institute v as four and-&
am is reached. They con- diameter, and
s impossible to live pro- orchids, uarm lilies
t a yar, and they want aa liMeso theu dley
A higher winre. ad se, apd.3eme j|
I1 aueof a5a ~ yearbroad whM 5in l
ReiM $80. So tong the liriptioa:
d work as mate h- ad deion fre
k that they should be Feomw@of the w
_.m-.,.. .- ^_ _j^.t _uW_,^ ^J3HB


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Our Kola Wine


sideration,


the


the best, and taking quality into C


in Jamaica,


has a larger


p4.her-imitations-put together.
M& ler


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WATERS.


THE BEST



as. pe. do.v 5., !
thinl!


IpCHEAPEST
f .'.?f ." x .I


A8 .-UNTDERNOTED:


dor, fo,. xetXnied bo"
1*. Sd, doz. net.


II8 DOZ. ls. NET CASH.


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0* Problem No. 26.
S,., BLACK


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kfts to move, and win.
SOLUTION OF PROBLEM NO. 25.


3rd K 4th
EtoB p tameli.
B W=OX01P (ebM35

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16U91J3, 17SL3-

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*thws Lawn party
S th th of Aprit l
oedSto holds a meet-
Ith istut, at Aprt.
, a mission of
fthIvth.


ElesWW idJght. ma Sewardms.

Weww 121~

-:'MALYD D'UNOIB"
SP:ace to Balimore A 5 4


One of the above ships is due to
save Jamaica each week for earth at
the sbove-mentioned Port.
For further prticuars, enquire of
UNITED FR IT CO, 0 Jatw .
L X. LKON &OO., Kgait.
iNirttu FUIT CQOj,. Aismei.


fTMI


A stmo havesKiuX nfw orNw
York f armighitvr, tl anlsd pas.-

FREIGHT SERVICE TO NEW
YORK.
A steamer leaves Kingston, fort-

SERVICE --- MMW YORK TO
KINSOMN.
A stea ItmorlavsNew York ar
wee* am saosrdoay fKhpsa lb"
A 6eMm IaySA~IW YTm- f,
B kaytiYWYweek, Mideba a.I
so s. w 4M Uw Ki=m
Isa od mtis son" by cow.
pmy o.4hrimA i I~dl

V001. --. i.UvupmI
aMMku w 1ROD MRif 1 -1S
006.1- Ah KU


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W. PUI'W FEWOD G
hgmis$swab&m


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THE NEW,

ANDhJRAP,


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WINES of all kin&s tW~willas
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a Careful Compi : aor

El come



- MAN T.FACTOR Y.

The lovTes of thie Fra iant Weed will
consult their oun interest by puneli'e
ing Irom the above Factory. The Cg'.
.rs are made from the blends of COL.
BECK, -TEMPLE HALL, NoaBau og, '
MORGAN VALLEY, and HAVANA '
TOBACCOS.
GIVE SPECIAL QI'OTATIONS TO
MEET THE TRADE TO WHOLE-
SALE DEA LERS. -
WHOLESALE DEPOT :


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