Jamaica times
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Title: Jamaica times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: January 28, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Kingston (Jamaica)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Jamaica -- Kingston
Numbering Peculiarities: Volume and number designation is dropped with issue for <Jan. 6, 1962>.
General Note: "A weekly newspaper and magazine."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 41 (Aug. 25, 1900).
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Holding Location: National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) ( SOBEK page | external link )
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Britain, it is again said, will very soon now have to face a General Election. In this, a central fire, on the
Government side, will be Premier J3alfour. His Minister for Foreign Affairs is of species interest just now, because
he has taken the lead in trying to procure the co-operation of the Powers to tackle the Macedonian Question in a new,

Thb.AdmiraThere presented is one of Russia's leaders, who has not yet had a chance oTmaking or marrlng his.
reputation in the Far East.
General Nodzu. one of the Japanese heroes of Liao Yang, is well known by name to our readers, and has the
reputation of being one of his country's most brilliant Commanders.


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U The Ar*t pa M bntosmerej the
one timated apon by the former "The Tourei," said the gentleman who
aselo1.o, is she positty Nd practice
S o bUity of a high =. or poper food was talking to the Reporter very Inter-
THE- depends dvisabliofwit much money nd much leisure. He
high level Pnal with the suface Of the wants a fa Se tha yo foo him
Z tM i wtr uety fetabove a level. f" 8 d
"The eco)ad plan under cosderatlon well, giving good quality and plenty
WILL B9 HSLD ON is a summit level of sixty feet above se thereof.
F RUARY r L Caoadtre tng a eaal= t plan The speaker had travelled mueb, and.
FEBRU AR Y st and 2nd. admits of two different methods of treat- the Reporter asked him what be thought
Candidates mus t ---ep- t e-lv- meant :-ilrst, the sonstreetion of a dam of Jamaia and the Tourist. He began
Candidate mst report themelve sixy feet above sea level at o, rep with ay light, and poeti
not later than 7 p.m. of the 31sat two locks of thirty feet, there be g two uhao about oar tsenery, but got
infant locks on the wmteru slope. Second, he rig own to prasuteal pointa.
sa construction of a dam sixty feet above "I cannot say the provision for tourists.
College re-opens on Monday, Feb. sea level Ga (tuin, eight miles from strikes me, as I compare it with other
6t0h 1905. Colon, with two thirty foot looks to the places, as good enough. I have been to
same vicinity. Hotel and to some country
4 Parochial Board Oiee, The adoption of a sixty foot level also Leduing eHoses. The Hotel is nicely
Owll render it eeae iq to nstrmct a dam IAIed up and so on, but the weakness Is
SB Catherine, itO Town, at GaleelaIn order to.provilia reservtir'lfood. Thijat taplain 1e nos -
January 14th, 190. to aaeumulate water aUhd during the weeood enough and it t not supplied in suf.


Broken Jwellery also
Neatly RepaireL.

Wedding I ings
A IIa To u ZUaM .
65, King Street, Kingston, 65.


I will be absent from the

SEALED TENDERS in Duplicate are wet season to fraish water for the ua. ient qaeuttiMe- reed your tourtft, I
S hereby invited by the--Parechial mit level of the canal. The construction tell you, with. tbe best, and give him Is d f a few weeks.
Boaad uf iut Catherine up to 12 o'clock of a dam at Gambe. in-thts conuoe- plenty. Ian or a ew ees.
(noon) on Tuesday the 14th February, tion would -also control the Chagres *he country lodg g houses I have seen
1905, for the supply of Foodstuffs, &e., to River, except that it would be tre not serupolosly clean. To a man ,On mv return due notice
the Poor House : ~d for certain other necessary to provide a safety spillway fresh from the fine accommodation on the
Parochial Service', particulars of which by the monstncetion of a tahnel some continent. is is disgusting to find sheets i ivn
will be furnished by the Clerk of the eight miles in length through the divide, and bed h ngiogq that look musty and will be given.
Board on application to him at his office discharging the surplus water of the smiled The dust is left about, lies thick
at Spanish Town. Chagres into the headwaters of the Juan on the presses; It even obscures the look DR. WILFRED DUHANEY
By order, Diaz, or the alternative of constructing a Ing slass ast "t ea.
By er, tunnel four miles long through the ** I tell you what, as a keeper of hotels
JACOB A. P. M. ANDRADE, divide separating the Chagres bain the Englishman is a failure. If you want n n I fl10 1 MV
Clerk Parochial Board. from the head waters of the GAmt a good hotels et Swis, Freceh, or Italian.
stream which entenrs into the maiesh Thatis et metit. The Germans I
4 tGate good too trot aood as the.
NOTICE. Bhoaldth oorse be adoptedit A th r ( : opera -d dramatic Homoeopathic, OsteopathiO
be necessary to construct a i Companies af ivy w for Kinagston.
ehanael for the Chegrss freea6 as a1 1akPMtaintit landing here -AN-
APPLICATIONS for Bat Indian then a In or u tto, ie Itk het -
Immigrants to be introduced to i tho a eY man ol oew York. What Hygenc hy ian.
this island during the ensuing Season The tir pleaU wul be the oasse" e, pe a uhi ielty of every bst
tion of a canal wi"h-t'-footor apfe Bre, sd a imMd gladly
will be received at this office up to foot lvel above the o wa a e l l ta a at
the 1st February 1905. look at Miraflores ad a aa at t has 04 _aea, 1to quaote 9i M X4
Applicants will be required to BoMo, or in the immedras se olivIing tl 5
funish a guarantee not exceeding construction of Gswbe daMto e wli ee. Pome :-Stoa Lir,
Two Pounds and tn shilling. sixty-foot levelplan. ,is i. tg" tos in the a.s
(.2 10s. 0..) in respect of each Im- The fourth plan won'd be the coo- noens. Now you want to get snme Skin and Blortd Diseases
mai at allotted, to make good any struction of a sea level esaul witb a things In. Well, why not Golf Links 4 -
defciency that may accrue, should tidal lock at Miraflores. In tbia con. at every see centre. Then train, NT. of R oMoV
the Immigration Fund prove inti nection it is eeesry to expa that the Baapishmasn te the Christie 0 OV
the Immigration Fund prove in while the mean sea kvel f te Pacific Minstrel performances. Surely here y --
fcient to repatriate these people at and the Caribbean are the usme, high iould riv OtrlMw-is eoFtuaitsflatlady lews---H t Wg-eeYsu y ,onnectiv, wh 4
the expiration of their ten year tide in the bay of Panama rim tea feet rth real article. I. the the Miastrc -ea I a
residence in th Colony. above mean ma level *ad falls twr et f m tevm a waith Bno & Du nn
^ei Amin aClony- Rbelow, whe AM h 1u o the. Sd pom Mmd they will CM S. ou h & DunnC
CBABLE8 W. DOOR1UEY. d we of the Caribbean Colo f Is lees toad win tipos i&am ertb g nd the ...
Acting Protector of Immigrants. than two feet. l heo troetio f a Kens i another v -to these e tht Iaam a d a i
Sdam at Gamboa, with the Mesesary qmmjoy cntres like to o o r walk l
Imiration Office, .piway,, woS ^ be the c moander the t walk l without ree4~ refresh DENTAL AOOMS
Kingston, 4th January, 1905. a level plan k the thirty or sity sa Iist Why not Wejtea D AL WJOMS
fet leel. aloss cr selling enaof e heP .
Sel pply for the e. 'ou that sort of* ta w
Fred. A. Tavares, 1- ...wor the b to,
-U ea tre line of heesl, tIncluding the may to perfetion." PROM eN D lr,#L. 19.,
Cities of Pamaisaad Cekan. It would
The People's a per p a. A Rheumatism Oure. J M GREE OUGH, ). D.
w u. t t e.r i a tm t to h -" "..u.

147. OIANGE STREET, any Ue nthe p:byseida pai him three hundred postds 8 U
-- ier 4d Dressum d Stv"% .,ebon h .V tWOll.lllcn IpeO U-_of8 0v
e e Drme-- S-tt KI e .tm weaN i~ia** wA- "him, that he miht ive it to1 Pr
YearisteH- hT c t tisssl*eer: Ono oune"of U J U
DRUGS, BOCERY. .., a r h ;0 U4.a Carriage & Coach Builder
C fectionrTVcuieWine8 "S Ie SaW ^ ^ MW1 e stimae W** '2. North lA parade.
TW O, WI eoerft athet d1"e 0ma at pre0e4t Bunds. R.prs and Lxchaneb aeumgiwul
oreen Tradg samips giv. ae-be on tes he thef rmerTI TL Bilds, ,Ry. rsad gxra. hel ugse
e..Vans, Dtay, and Owt. heel. boxd
seMftiftof a m ea pottr s ameo- to a Vte. Fo y lay.
lwd reuolM l UA' G iite timed, I an b See theaVoice. For
NOTICE. ff o"a2lMMn o ir. a er, va Vbsta Aetoa, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
IAt is nesteedbeage tmMminp& aASpeaj a nd fr all af6eetes0 OAROB0 MODERATB.
I. t as requested .,. fa tIh Tr a rXhD...Ap
_ intode .____ TOU PATROL ME SOLUCt

for me or for my firm, should andi ty mm pltetml office of the Mayor (on, UR our CORNS BUNIONS .
be addressed to t m sa l wd s Kingston. b Aug st. .19. ORNnt with
be **uld be opea for traAd dresCommu'eutlotio mlved aer th CU
Sad o in s y e. noonon the Theur'd preo dlng the DR. RA MIREZ
Claris O cordova, FOR SALE, b deto te Couon aO se llous o Pla
-Meetings, Thin as silk. Never fails.
(LAte Hope Levy & CO.,) No. 28 John's Laue, T Co .unci meet on eveOy altea Prid d-, postage Id. extra. ontry
ate ionday-the I1th Pebruary, be- oruern promptly attended to,
20Port Royal St., Kingston. Small Hose with Shop attached. Neon. t g the next Meeting day. A. MARTINEZ, sole apent.
HA. D A scary outbuildings, Apply H. W. Smith, W. O'RIELLY FOGARTY, Cuba Elorante Shaving Parlour.
CHAS. DaCORDOVA. iam of Jamai Times. Ulerk to Oounoil. 7.2 Uarbour Street.

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January 28, 1905 JAM .i 1 IM E S

IF UeO =tepte buying a Pair of I-ted Itsklm ad I lyland 10sn
.Br .e, or lspe8ders, write or call It is our esire in this Column to make the Paper of direct practical a doIes. Ifma faM
ob. osse an srvle. Wy a or0 use to our readers. Questions sent in will be submitted to a Practi wiiSalrn ba
aU the p'pslgr and reliable kinds. Agricualturist, who supervises the Column. -w.iu 4, rha w. Se Mr.
Still a leader. Only TH" tRIGINAL & E- lpfo int fo Managing G aou sa PnU a seisatS mins
OExUiN st4eked by us. 2/ per pair. sad ete I ouI o'
Sz -Pedd t" rTHE FINGEB Psr rO scc R OEHT 5.C. CSead TOll.,
r P brae, mde the FRUIT LICENSES. A COTTON. a t sa
vslue. Pahr.e f--"
n 49 iLm 883e The diffieulties of a poor but hbe" What we believe the largest lad momt *OB.
o man getting a Frult -iessin in theojma caapmaealplaatteo speagg.
It worthy of the Puetmaster. It is try districts, writes Mr. 8. EJwrd of is m a lffainmd, in
self ad'mtlng and hard to beat at 1/ Phillipsbhrg, Rlvesdale, are that the p #,a d oi e ai s I n 1410.
per *', p'iftn form must be mlpMd by a J.P. gtd of* the et salib. The ituda o .p
Postage extra o each pair. U unknown to the J.P. at dae re t Is 9.0 aw a ght am t JaOper frothlers,
Co fuses to d'ministvr the oth and there it1 fom me i Ports
The Gem Supply C-moo.m- rer5t. ed wagw -" sa' E Eer
7 Ha strbor ... "ia .a tb eeunr a As ,, IS do e sm, BEES, QUEENS, and
Taso--e,,yo..-e.al..... ,0t- ,,,, gi ssee-fa es'sappl .
Dr. A frlleedsMeds r e -- up -sl- -P.O. o.,4, K. o.
Or. Altred*-Meot ise of the disrt, or ,e sebw, t W" &,UPU Remov- d to 115 Water Lam, corner of
M. D., etc etc. ome well known or reliable Peron. torch in hand they climb up, drive the Temple Lene.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases. AU OMOBILES ON THE ESTATE. h o tay, and wse hi h thdfe money. We
69,oonTo REPLACE Mus AND OxN, shaped, three feet long and one foot ('KEE
69, East St. ingston, To wRiPLAC MULE8 AND Ox. wide. We also bought some small pieces.
Mak-e the +'iek well, the Wtak strong. We have seen and have automobiles in of comb for our attendants, who were
and the Strong stronger. He will put Jamaica in many places, but here is a very anxious fr them. These e great-bs cos N view of the approaching i Boney
years t) your Lie, and Life to suggestion that will strike a new place Ie yT v an d uL e Season, yo are remind A that every
your Year sayh the Louihiana Planter. s s them ort of appliance for Bee-keeping, inelud.
Dr Alf. Mnd-, M.D., etc., e., will tue kM oaey and thus ate the jug
visit Red ill, .ev, ry Tuesday as Hoffman Frames, iveBoxes,
Maing's Hll, etce., on other dys8. Be dareay. f w1e 9 t'Tardbleg the sup? w edit wet to
Sving movedd ro e .m t street w do w* IL t in10i asin pere. Hive Covers, Honey Boards.
&ive due notice tn a fortmiat of his On- there is a ray of liWht in tu s smlprtclsThe proem
taking Chambe-s in Kingston e 7" may mi mo dprtial fb process
AW areSik -Don't f-41 to 1 Vtra4, .
him. Re U 0uare every DThsee Oaurable. aI b4aksls hile woa tA tO -lr As tIhke,
Pis Medir gudm se As well as omb samltlo, can be
His MedideeM go directly to the spot. ents *f the ai^t! Iil on am o %M Fal6 eaa i tm a bI
live In thie present. This i* a Prcmtic e, rl dr em HI o W e tm y be ca from the ndred.
sild. Pprog~ressiveAge. Progress to Chem- by 8"ohnL Du t 1s"mis t six dt 4ye,^ Ways Pr.
acry aud Therspeutics generally mke Steu 1 JAMAICA PRESBRVB8 AND
MeDo K'owledge ar exact as pos4ble. yeren t se AR peopl in the athe a ae IONEY CO., LTD.
Don't -ive 5_ 10 ysl^^ntelU l e 0 HONY C0O, LTD.
g Old Ideas and Theories. laveti ni iM *Ne exent In tUe bee and a
PrOjudJSOdad Crude Theorie, have Wed prode a machine N use F C l
more people than aull the Ravages of War to beome not ol A Oafoalo bseneeeper re seeing N.B.-For CABH aO all orden of L.
morepoop. then alls theRaevaesfWar t become a only the pet so a liard Ialg sad kill o seven sad upwards 4 per oswt. disemat w6be
ailment, you come to me. Do not despair. to reach a in as a valuable am la n min o 14 One -pn to th i
I have cured others and I do not see why in general agrlatm. pters The RIsiln Government has sommisag.
I can't cure you. Ungolieted tentieonials should certainly be very m terested dosed a named Titoff te go to Am-.
onfir R ad -"he folowing Ip d 'I "
Bad Eyes for over Two Years amnt into* Indau stil m- plato, he Uaiestaieem has 4 ,oooo oo..
better by Treatment. a X ~4d **r, whip -h.2..caa f- S=Swi.00 i li r00 Aa -
Spanish Town, 17 King Street, sates to poll anmt a maU" e taN 1901,0194jftU00 299 W4, Ul
-th Uwem ber, 10 0 pulL s-" o : ,-e; 0I -D--JULR I7-
Dr. Alke A. Mnd--ar I feel much The miseW is that as ltl-e of Jot- 0,e0 a ree5e, S0, 0008,w .0 6
better Ioe takg~he tmedne; the eye a is level. l0,000.
asn't trouble an i tfaung 14 bat it isB a a,
Sashed, so I asd to qe I yoIMu could sand
sneotb bottle ut I come over. I PINEAPPLES,
wue ym agsysmat, only be md every dO7iniOptfoa t W al h
N ATHmaiL BnowN. ams 1 tes Ordens in a r Ss al t
Hacking Cough, thought it A k* smr -tmoBe4a
was Co sumptiou;--C-ured. A bottle of Bovnl in the cabl Ad...-RA
MATILDA ?aPicnI, of Kingston, says: .
bdwl foathak house is always hanIy. t 's WW 1
's .r...eU. a most valuable restorative
me Whrit or call.
O ua sor-8 a.m., 1 pe., 5 p.B. resora9ve
FS"S,"Bo and therefore specially 1CIACC
Sm, useful in emeigencies.

A Fine Family Residence, a__ Ir A t meU r ry
No. 12, Norman Road, CIGABS ClGAWCTES
Standing on spaeclo round., com rieiny o
live cdr wmen, Drawing and a i ingl i ---*--a-"
__ Bade Paaaass and- t- ""n" apta' t h'q-
re. WM. SMirt. l, I
Care of JamAtes Time.. I,- ,,Wolom d0 ily it i pI,

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January 28, 1905
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N*e. 1, --uemwakplle Aewete.
The initials are those of a country
Which i almost as large as the whole
Europe. It possesses three great
rivers, a variable climate, luxuit
vegetation and numerous specles of
. animals and birds.
1 A part of British India containing
a e of the large cities of the word.
2. A Swiss mountain frequently as-
cended by tourists.
3 A Chinese seaport situated on an
Island of the same name.
4. A large gulf which penetrates for
Saany miles into the Netherlands.
5. A watering place in the West Rid-
-ag of Yorkshire. England.
6. The second city of France.

No. 8TO.-Charade.
A migtAy power I
To rate things up on high

I am a metal base,
And underneath the sea
Men dig a~4-4k4ve for me.
Of me yon u all have two;
To wi i t'.ese lines so true
Will bring: the key to view.

No. 371.-Numerical Enigma.
I anm ; \v ,rd of seven lvtt r',. My
4, 7. 2. :1 is the reverse of gone. My
5, C. 3 i, very cold. My 3. 4. 5. 6 is
a name. My 4, 5, 6, 3 is a useful
grain. My 5, 4, 3 is passion. My 7, 4,
2 I sa member of the body. My 8, 4, 7
l an epoch. My 2, 5, 6, 3 are trouble-
some animals. My 2, 8, myself. My
X 5, 6, 1, a mineral. My whole is a

No. a-a :Iueaets.
Each line suggests a word. The
-Art letter is dropped for the succeed-
tg line.
It catches and holds you on your way,
As along neglected paths you stray;
Letter trot gently on horseback, I say.
Let's shorten our Journey as we may
By crossi;.g the stream through that cov-
ered way
To the foot of yon range of hills so gray.
I could e t sleep through all the night;
TheY the timbers left and right
Till shadows b-..y fled with the light.

N.. 8f.-9..,.ib.4
Stor.t-to liik and havecourd.
i- : a trick and haveldJe talk.
Syncopate to prevent and have a wild
Syncopate rank and have anger.
Syncopate pigrient and have gasp.

No. 8T4.A Kead of W.k4L
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OuW Puzle Prxizes.


to the one who solv the most pusalws e4wy week Aut IugMa o will award one
oook as a Pris. When mndlng in your sanwenrs sy which book you want. At
the end of this quarter Aunt Mango will give a set of books to the solver who
has done best during the foregoing three months. And this will be done every
qaster. Your anwers should reach her on the oaturday following the publica-
tion of the possles

A new lot of Books, for Prizes, have been ordered. The list will be printed
here when the books arrive.
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I-I To onfuse 2 Slty 3 Point-
ed. 4. To scofl. 5. A mythical won-
11. -1. A place of sacrifice. 2. Huge.
3. A ni..: w path. 4. Nimble. 5. To
et :; .1.
. il.- I. That which abates. 2. To
sctod. 3. Rightly. '. A peculiar com-
bltitijn of pulleys. 3. A negro. 0.
Taps ).gaLin.

No. ar3.-Termlnatitos.
[a&ch.wo'rd ends in a number.)
To del'ght in exceedingly.
Const, '.euly.
The base of a column.
To flow forth. --
To maike bright.
To alleviate.
Key to the Pasiler.
No. 342 -Word Puzzle: Prone, crony.
Front, droi.e. Fancy, lance.
No. 843. Familiar Proverbs: 1.
Pride goeth before a fall. 2. There's
many a slip twixtt the cup and lip.
. No. 344.-Double Aerostic: Primals-
Shakespeare. Finals-Winter's Tale.
Crosswords--1. Shadow. 2. Haggai.
3. Action. 4. Knight. 5. Entire. 6.
Slower 7. I'etils. M. Enlist. 9. Af-
ri'n. I,. Re. .il. 11. Europe.
No. 34 .- Trin;i:gle: 1. ( hair. 2.
Hymn. 3. Amy. 4. In. 5. It.
No. 346. Anagram Verse: Lips,
slips, care, speak, speak, where.
No. 347.-Our Trip: Siam, Cuba, Den-
mark, Persia, Servia.
No. 348.-Jpmbled Names: 1. Ru-
dolph. 2. 4rances. 8. Dorothy. 4.
Marion. 5. Lucy.
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..Mms. 1eVg-Ok 46Ae. What doge
I do? 9S0* triut418, oqlr roof uuut
MSfigt. aud *:41rs* Jolow doftn't bnkf.
aprain uinal tomorrow! NNeW V 'f

&Ir be wa dud a at Ustar-oa o

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(opposite Jamaie Maseum.)
Photographs flashed on dall or glased
pefs oa the latst style card*. We
extend a hearty weloome to onu to visit
o studio, where fine examples of the
photographer's art are on view. Kodak
work a speaai*-y Ageney for -H. C.
White & Co., Perfee-Stereograpbe.
We give Green Trading Stamps.


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"0sno Tllwon'* tell Who gPve YOU
ywi- e bX. -!11?") na m T s y never to
.1u fro rt JuE uren'eI- on uldn't
64 I,-4ksa AiimrIu. I,

No. 350.-Positives and Compara-
tives: Limb, limber. Let, letter. L-.k,'

Very Serloa.-

Old Cc~nsy-Are you sure this eu.
gngeinent to .ay daughter Is a serloat
CLpily Noscadds Serious? Why,
It's a case of eating with mel-Bostoa

A Suapeees 0oa. -

O;vsrnwt4Ui Sta Cktftf .
ANU44 Phaist.
PlaPq forte s3.poqmme amsapelalty.

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So. i, 5orMIngTor, amgOsI 7 I
IRILAND BRhO., Theatre Royal, say :-
This Is to eertify that the r.
C. L Brse, was my pianist w our '
viitt to Jamailea at the Theatre Royal, I
and he performed his duties ia a faithful
manner. G. H. IRELAND. j
A Merchant to Kingston .ay :-Wr.
C. L Barnes was my pianist at bal given
by e, and be performed iditTMle-tn a ....
highly iatisfeetcry manner. I Cholly-By Jove. this cigar smoita
Kingston, Jamaica. I st like burned straw!

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Jnuar 28, 19(5 J AM A I A T It 8,

A South Afr-ean texchn'e says :-Mr,
I above _be dct at eett's Hall, Fred uon).o, who i ply-ig JosLu. Gdli have decided to make their Splendid Foreig Service Wateh etill morw wi
St. MAry, close pon foar yearU s d 'Se brand in T< Arabin, Night-," played known in ever British Colon by offerag it (for a short time) to Coloital C
been fairly well acquate with surround the part ith cep; De with USe B vA tomers for 4I/9 QOsh its of 01 /-
tog districts, Vz., Lester. H rel ad, nmedy Con pjny, whi. b will be remem 4<_.
Pembroke, Job's HUill, Providence, d bred by many as touring South Afriea I iilI COLD O DIXI-
others of not so great a inportaOe. in tLe early uineetwo. le was also L.o i f
My eperiene has not been tf a meagre elated with the EMar Perkins Opera PAVBD HUNTING
ype as my calling has brought me l on Company, and played Lorober in D.,ro
staut touch with them, A line It fairly Tthyo "- t a e c .t.n of the opening f T. [eere aour famous l0/ sliver.
to be drawn between yers ago, and the the Cape Tu n Opera House. Lever W lly ewell
present time, which line ought to corn- Thra. eame a cotrastin.g lterlBue tUbronometer ea6, carefully
amind the attention of every wel-known For rowg up the stage, he joined the a tdto any derea Lr of. NA
cItizen Iterested in the development of Tras Continental Telegraph es19dnoorl you maH ,
the aiecral ddlatrnletagrcluUrally; teaoh proceeded up to the Za mbes to Te te
era and parson., and the G.verament. "ewe t rough the bush on foot to Mount. ewe be sa.. 7"
In these di lets tt ere were not less Darwin, then the depot of the eompny. s wei tv ts E In, .-ing .e
than forty cart owner, showing the The Inevitable mala trel ft er caused him T319 Wheny" reeblve *0 W"
thraftiness *f the people and the deter- to be lnvalided How e.
mi sjtion to foster eterprse,. These The he took to the stage again, nd FOR
carts were not parehased to be idle, or ameg other things waseme of the relar
for the an e of having them. Two years members ol the Pa oilol Theatre Co-
ago they were adding to the revenue, but pny. Be took p production and ted ,,
have been greatly aed horn the want w or ier. lru Se outi and rt CAS
of tive employmeant 1 s r iie $B,' W
Up to the pnra set however, great risk an offer to steag edMaead prodw ffor men VAqrv' W iarraity
of live: and property is ocessioLed by the the musical comedy empany which Mr. The above offer isfor a limitted time on You
want of good tod. Bandmann was organeimn to tur the order must reach us at once to secure this mar
In these districts, ceat owner, invwari Mediterranean Littoral, ypt, India the vellous bargain.
ably live two or three miles away, and W(st Indies and South and North fA YA A T T BUYERS'
CAts an koues must be reached, aud re- America. wCATALW UE LBARGAIN BOOKJ
turned from marketing, with heavy foot, With this company he remained some of Watcbep. Jewellery, Clocks, &e., &e.
and I hardened beatt, often amid rain, pre three years, playing in tucb places as PrT INi : ..s I, THE WORLD, MASTERS
cepitonl pat.wav, an,t t.bik ,rke-s8 f Tangier, Morocco, Calcutta, Cairo, Ja "N i TiEi: k D sM THAN
night, a cheerful spirit was exhibited in maica Demerar, Beno, Ayre, \al IIlI A p
the diL dsa e thAr-e ddhcuLu ,,"' "
the midst ,ol. ihe d ihc ul"u. paraiso, Nova Scotia and New Brunewick. Colonial Customers ofcen ttll ts:
OTUh Cb fo Iuct Wt nfiU y Amongst his quaintest experiences was 1 Would hae cost twice as much out here.
atentioa w.s the abseuce of the cry scenery lan ded trom where he steamer hin bos WRITK WITHUT DELAY FOR ABOVE BARGAIN.
about the prieelial deeperadoe, which in and dumped into oth mud. It Was the n Ilo+e ,
now too frequently lted up. loh ind up on the bi diaintive4 J. N. MASTERS, Ltd., 370, Hope Stores, Rye, Eng d
The sobe1s, church and chael 6 11 key*--in t-e ase of the large se uus two
had cordial support. Ovtr th lie was do keys would be placed at an Interval
all brightess and sunshine and no gloomy of about 15 feet, and tLe scenes laid on
fortbodings, but t Oar times are in Thy their bek s.
Band." Jrb tide has turned and Abe a ell --w- ... ...... ....
In August 190 the i-ind suffered by to the building- whi did duty an a
the huIricae and hese ditriots ver theaV -B T I HE
severely. The government and friends Aaothr car o ; -exp idee was .ing. .
abroad camie duly to the help of the eo rted from Pfsvaa to CoOln. byhe
sufferers with loans, rt lef works and American Mari. tIot ot to Ig I t
weekly allowance. Yet this Was only to Canal during the revolattiJ.
alleviate the pressing uecea iy, trhe Whil.t waiting for the Miil boat in
difficulty of tiding over the tfts of the Colon a ragged collection of jGoverament
hurricane now eighteen month back is troops disembarked and a busy trade was
rising Ligher and higher and men's hearts done by the loeal money changers In by.
are failing t.em for fe r. Storms ure ing Government notes at twelve per cent
ever bursting, ca.rcely a month bas pass disco-a t.
ed without some damage to cultivation On t e conclusion of the three .I
which shows the imibeily of the pea- Mr. C0uye returned to Soath Afrios a,-r
santa going in l for banana cuilvation. was immediately efted by the late
Tradesmen's r0st from we"a of George Waiton to Pla his ut anE
mo lomeat. PaeebW roads are do S,, his t ". Un4suat..y b never
l a The man war a I reoek| r... o aee e. aMl- to "4 K r ( a "
l toTam' io Jan im&ns-pat 8y" to. Isof bet" writer, Hftt
f i to the above name The Bluoeff a ""h
iving ate plor t to many hIs m an on s
this^ IS 9"^!sae ho Chof9lhr his grv q as. H a" we
law for azes areactive. rTemper *am ea hat oadmiras all of whom wnil be
tasur, st mt.mUw r is Wiia. glad to see m Coa is now sea eiurIO90 & 00. LTD, WLOWSt, MW.Cnh
Is it not a gloomy outlook 7 Wt Mr.a Frank .a
.. M odern u p aO ie -- -N ..- e n .-- -- .yTA- -
-he- tahA pleivnt evideae of the tendency to. -I
They awe taught to become good.wives wank good fenovhtp is
to their husbands and g od moakr. to aboWlnab eWI eU1"24
tiir children; educated to be modest, anae*ouat of teeee Mo M o r a vs :
obedient and eapaMe of eatrOa Weem OenAteunial a"d an extent fo the
meve. The ae tasgt also how to iNVyterie a r y 4n1 .ea. WOTY A A A
kee house, ow to ew. ing exraft from Ja ras t i m n ast -
Nuw-adays they ll receive a modern freedom article by the MeT. Turner -
school education. Japoete ladle aI who wrt.es em "How i Strtikes "
1904 are not contented merely to stay at Strca." He, writes -, .* v r'il
home and take art_ of heir ebiore seemshr mi to me to be a xellent-
they attend e meM.elt and ste. d.selpls~-he',a the.Jamapacharb. ,y- --
sine and dscusl their righe sKa dattn' !ve ( wristiaaity Te he DuT I .. -- -F.i ....
ao girl now in Japa who aanot write her notoias r Iope ia. h
e-- W' for th ra wpa e* Wa'empbe& Adlidlfrsd .. mittioude y tow eMdA. rgf.esm as we. he i bar Laed.
hey. to achool yen they reacA the upe) "a be lay elqea et in tte Jaaioa nIlE lwf
a, In the primary socIool gir. receive Chwebh .e.ed to me v
ditlonal slady of *ewing. After they andapart tn serviceate whichwe are m.- UU ldt -
gr~atne from the primary ashool saay aee-m* emle Bahtgts I[tal That eon-
gk l|tttena the high ohbol. sideriagcthe eireametanew, it shows great
Woenieo a Japan aQver Ret *tomt wien aeutdom in tbu employlng valambie ma.
they grpowol. alt boub they take hardly telisal Thelaj i otr t 4e^ t Imter *
Yoang men and womn a while they careful mkctio& and jadtmious amperviso Dt lt W' l EWE & o
are in sec .u, or college take much out- unch aeafel work u d dokr txerros, but as moui they teav, of the Church strneagtbeaed and non- PrDabed Only by Ste Pt'pdek, THOMAS B CI&M
eoho. 1 hey give it up Tefnng I, a popu. solfaed and the paopIt.afe oftea,.aveo EnRgad, in boxes, (l1l (56 plilla) and eacht wlt& -t 4Ireits,
lar game among yoang ladles." trom relapkns." SoM DEIEwAlI

SJ AMA I 0 T I M It 8 January28, 105
,-THE( SHAK RP1ARE EASOW Tb etvih marked abortive rooting her part. and to har. the adds ability of
bog," the ro of honourr" tshe lave of a high order.
THE BENSON COMPANY'S aature and the Son of Hell,"of Queen The Theatre was crowded on this night.
A, Margareti nvective, says of himsell- Standing room" being liberally taken.
WErFORMANCE. Deformed, unbuabbed sent before my fhe entbuaam E.hm Mr. RUketta an-
I vUsea -neueed the reourn of the Oompany In
S"TWlarfra MFSIGHT. Into this breathing world, scarce ba'f March was tremen ious.
Twelfth might ts., of coarse, not to made ap, During the course of the plcoe a
SVbe compared in Importamce as a play with And that so lamely and unfashionable boquet was presented to Mis Britton.
S" Ha.et" or Romeo and JlIeto nor is Thnt dogs bark at me als .halt by them. We j in in the general thanks to the
i gnrIt a play generally a el known in But i energy is matchleu t alented Comlny for the boon of real
S m someone ofSake are' as its teep In evil, It rives with aad deep Ml are of ay kind eldom e
but from one point of view it waslthe tempos.. I irresistible might thro gh the joyed. Miet lrtily do we with tbe,
brightept success scored whe by the Ben dram, but with none of the tempoe a that here c leed, and cord anf y w il
sonrCompSOL, in a &"On whoever blind abandon of f.ry. Allis eoolclear wewute them back In.Marc to.
cL ^ v-"ealcu ation hae; drestraintmovel w lm;. W t emb t hor March to
S^ For some ron the Theatre though fats when restr t is the thing needed. ""G tri-" ph here.
orowdel ws not as overwoided as o As suged the l opened with the **
0I previous niits',thisbein th g lagy icklekr Henry Vf. u his prison ell. Grand Cayman News.
0 L n.ot able to rGallery. But the eve- hard stands before him, listen for a
ni gs pe*fmanes was so brilliant he space to his denunclation, then abruptly HARD TIMES-MUCH SICKNESS.
I ea thiea of joy i to t memory. strikes him down with the callo words -
All the leading Lrtlg were -o09 for 0 For this among the rest -as 1 The schooner Franklin, was in King-
the performances, excepting isasGreo, ordaiped." ston BHrbour this week. She is com.
I. S.M. who to the gener NO*gre widpoed~ ended by Cipt Habort Ebanks of West
and every ter and stress seemed to Be takes Anne "tn her hears (xtremst Bay, ad on board her s Mr. Samael
aRear p)rt Avirasbly sulted to his or her bate." and bende her to his will that she bS and of the same ple.
--PROFiOR OF- ability. sh-ilod be hl s wife; later oil e rr A good deal of sic reas has preyaHelein
The suooess was therefore splendidly this sqVe Anne, a soon as she stands in Osyvag *' *i' the storm of 1903. This
distributed and the whole play shone the way of his ambition. The moment includes fe or fa peculiar type which
Pianoforte-M SIC and SinglDg, like a well cut jewel. -- Hastivg crosses his path it is: has caused several unexpected deaths.
o deal with the ladies first, Mis Hu Off wilt hithead At the time of the storm the water in
Britton gave a most charming aud I will not dine until I ase the aime." wells was all more or less spoiled, and it
Give Leasons at her residences, vry able personation of Viola. She e a When Buckingham hesitates to murder is feared this his had a bad effect on the
superb actress with a beautiful voice health of the [slanders.
95 DUKE STREE Her rendering of both business and words There Is no reside-t doctor, though it
entrancing as in the speech to the "Stops he now for breath" There is no resident doctor, though it
Dukentracing a" No m the speech to there shall he be neighbour to is rumored that a Jamaica Doctor is
Duke my counsel. willing to gu down if the present subsidy
She never told her love of 100 is raised to 150.
M Ij&COSTA, But let concealment like a worm I'the When U fate cloes in e him till his Times are hard in Cayman just now,
d bud demonie-like energy bursts out :as the result of the loss of the turtling
Auctioneer, Real Etate Agent ad Feed on her damask cheek : She pined While we reason here, trade. To make thing* worse there has
Valuator. in thought. A royal battle might be won and lost been a drought since October, and as a
40, Harbour St., in.eston. And, with a green and yellow melan Away to Salisbary onsequence the sweet potato crop on
TWOR SALS.-Propertie in City, Sa- eholy, And at the last he cries to Catesby : which great dependence is placed is going
R "-- rfi KFu She sat like patience on a monumintpstoThbe Wsh t de n fo laced is gong
b orbs and ountr hanging 5pin ee l s .a S lin g at ie oo Slave, I have set my life ponThe West Bay folk who lot a newbe
is 50. to 5.50 Invemtigate. m sin ais d And I will stand the hassrd of the die. churob just mpletd n the stxrm of
Only lan e mock del sem TbT fhi es energy draws the action 190 are now starting a building to re.,
N I!y Miss Britton seem to m to prem her of the drama eroae marend the oe plae it. This will be larger than the
s.n a fore Nobl ste too nest brlesqae figure; and hI M movement is like a toll church destroyed. They have already,
New A&erated Foodi MeISS d Oliva~ N e a o stream mnuming depl y and rapiolw sieethe storm built a teacher's house,
Sr oa aefudlbeosat "Oliviad deeply Mr.I Lag We nderfu lly consistent and rebuilt the school house.
a a pressed er ali the r yad rePe.tation of Richard The present teacher Mr. Oleary, who
u Mpnu M do IsS, we1he m -ep l hIIIn. TeInlterpretation intellectually also does Oteehist a work, is~a very ae-
Kingston Meral Water Fattory. pert a iaCee te ad amamiay was masterly and fall. ocetable worker.
157 H ARBOUR STlREET. r ^ a tsS [leme c- ri;ous din me point; Is there Itmuc gttedby manphat s
157HARBOURBSTRE1KS that speaker of some mascsenutemeos a sqgton that Kiebard had the mes much drink Is now being sold; Itn the
e e-- ve u--y-- u p tive to look marke power. The seene with Anne looked island. Georgetown has two lqaor abops,
J t fN EoT, ff, d, a tsh iet.". a r t elook somewhat like it. Imptrsm atione a and [in a recent sermon. the Rev.
IT WeL m -w 9 a, slfullof pe, mibschie ard merioment' thorough, as sustained and as full of in Martin reirarked that there was more
TAILOR & OUT]TYITTERE, skills .uppresseda when occasion de- spration as Mr. Lang gave au as Richard drinking going on in the island now than
Waa, W t6rlane (East,) K aton. -l O er acting wM very clever sand t ., it ti difficult to.praie adequately. at ay time since he came to it,
wi.. mes. M-ss Kate~ Ture t.. ._ _e ton l ilact oAne is left wishing it aaere possible
e in keeping with the tme Kate rner t be oned to at to praise, but simply to
T e ,at M WWI Th ink you your n me will O U
tisa be aa teeM t mete __ this like a friendly A ~ TO TOURS.
B..W.l.N & CO., rol, frtisd s e wtor te ull. h ell.-
B. WILSON & CO.$, e a. w. Mr. Lim Iton Richmond's part A Red HBills corre.podent writes a-
h_. o fSi To lley Not fr. of i s rhe Bull mountain for
Marbl Workd"AlAthle g *Whlon this lght and admired his ability very Ntfo is the p ad mo
amtIt% aumnisLynei -t"!Z very ..emalk he acWed ezoells To M T r.wm aL Themotain is
ofKing.. lre lasts elsrhls teans6 y of ffect itn he Vey re e as tehandathe peaks a lovely as can bed i; a
Tobe sad Marble Memo Rls verytffielt -purt (to act) of SWr Avdrew e.5ea is Ide indand e ofaiaAe riding road threah a fie district
souted. Sign and Ornamental Patint mk. a Mr. noltowa sealwtaed the part o right over It, connecting the two
So petormede l ir. tok helpart ofSeba-oflarence with good S effect branches of the main road to St Ann
Sta, le. aMr Ho.booway tabt, of Anl ld did tlee to Backing. from May Pe. It is strange that so few
G. h oo t ,Oi_ w toso. Mr* Hobbes was Painy. All 9ar.I. Mr. Play- eand Mr. Payne pePse vl8t the peak.
A as te fo csdidwA wael -ly. Mir-B- Psoab k te t he u.ui...- .-- d4ays past Governors nued t risltJitl
somewh 1 maeta il te ue rmitenlay but A the two littlePrinces Mins Turner and plOeasu rtleeflioa Chapelton and
T BB.- a bst the m aett i stn u ,, ke "and Miss Lauee, at-ltter spea l elsewe usedS to plole there ; now hit
AfkAbe t and bestito the arkets failed ad aaterly Perso a wa s h* wasyW. we have a Governor mch given to ridine,
Ba re t y ef pean d-12.g are _.t. Le by eas La- e Th lay avethe lade little aTfO a tary give to .wal.
perty da"ear., dat .Iand &the prt of Malvello., aa bat ieL onen sme Mies Bsttto as Ig, It Is to be h bhat we abal soeon
and imSLPS wbelate sk ad portant character toa*eelaitese gentle
ja ,t M & lasd Ade maguaently. There have the pleasurethe
* -mIaSS St himtoo wrly or him pt-e was e ys a b ogley aboher Interpreton men up here and tat others may follow
ti se* ._Q_0 he*rpar thin tooee we ly or otimk him too eordialod n. their example.
--;_._-___ __ a- ---- ohm eo- whtoit lfImay vmentu the opt & ,n
The 11"",Of91,1, 1. th.e_ "Y,,' the speeches eat oat might well have been SOMERHING WORTH ASKING FOR.
gloup...rI n, 4.-, ,5 i-, ...aretaed nsably one by Anne when she Trae tire-keepla$ng toi wht we claimt
any i Cmi td eeallent Iu s tl of inish I pam r rel ates h w h .at.h a tree timekeeper, soe
IU MgWei. *te* captive to his honey solndlde' or Geantemea' at ste popalar
atJ .- w priee of 0/.-they keep tree time in any
SaR i?'PT TarTA NT.wOARD blL I.MtN e to tee retet of lomalte- ave you re abeut the -
A <..hrA ,,* -- Iall w a arable to take part In the famous Watehes? t If not, why not? Oar
Alwa l t the b UB 3ha p e t eallhag with Richard owing to tanlpeetitte. Mts Olive Oatalose b Er. t, y1.4t Is felt of Ie-
Wha, C 'to Bnea~e Uti. hold. at bay the that so dark at a few hoarn' notice, took the tarestlg reading matter and beautifully
b'>as shotest apoe, ly vle esharater tito e e,7 role that of Bdward' Qaeen. She give Ulustratd. This valuable work will be
m ei aet .aMk teto g pmel and enstralling oar tn a an a and very sleatag mad earenalve seated to you free and seat poet pat
QON A Ji N a oo- 00an a ,meh rltties will and IampersoatIon. as. Noble lea charam-. you aid your adares to J. N. Mates,

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January 28, 1905


Miss EBle Terry the World famed
actress to who fe make reference in
our "oInterview with Mr. Biekotts", Is
now 56 year old. She irthe most charm-
lag and accomplished of English aetrsses,
and one who has done most during the
list 35 years to endear Shakespearian
rm.i .s A toVnal ah, Jaw eir.m Mlamhber

Mr. Holt the cricketer is now *ome Theodore Bredikhine one of the most
what be-t r. Lord Brackley, in leaving tnotPd of Reaistsa atrosomers, died re-
anade *pecial reference to W ds udiysai- toty.. -Be d hlen d4ireor of the o*.
tion, regretting that t vhIistort rh reby evAtories i Mooew nd 8: Petersbarg.
lost the opportunity of teeing hi play. His *peaelaty wa corm. t' tattf, iregardi
The R, v. p. M. Loveridge, of PoaamA tI4 formation of whit h he bhad an electric
preaches to wuir w (a9ih) in the Baptist theory.
E-st Queen street Chapel at I a. Viscountess Hayashi left England for
The death occurred, suddenly a Sue Ja.. ,.olast-o "th by the, stm"
day morin .earls of Mr. Henri dnCosta. J Ip." last -o&-.-- he_ .. &

of a well-known theatrical family, e
began her carter at seven under Cla:lee
Kean, and after many sucoesses with
Busketone at the Haymarket, and after
wards with the Bancrofts and John Bare,
appeared to 1880 as Opbhelia at the
Lyceum to Sir Henry Irving's Hamlet '
ad played under his manuaem-t until
1901. She has sine played for Mr.
Beerbohb Tree in "Merry Wives of
Windsor," hasproduced IbMe's "Vikings"
and revived some of her old saeesese
under her own manag-ent.
We erred ia saying that Mr. Benson
visited Jamaica last year. Seek was not
the case.
Mr. Melville Foster is acting as P. S.
to the Governor.
Colonel Ranch of the Saivattio Army
returned from Panama on Sunday.
SThe following sailed on the La Piaa :
For Colon-Mr. Andrew Murdock. Mr.
ajd Ms R therlod. r. M. W0 W, Wyl
Mr. C. Hepr&.e, Mr. and Mrs. D.
nm.,..t a.. ad Mansa.r fl L.sh h U tMlInwA

Brandon, aster td. Delavante, and Miss
ThelmsaDelaviane, Mr. J. 0 Henriuaes
and son Mr. F. W. Caliargshu, Mr,.
Barnswell, child and infant and Mits Jag.
Cocbett For UAmon : Mr. H. W. Mel.
vile, Mr. Edward Schlonikow, Mrs.
Matildi Bi.hop, and child. For Sava-
nilla-Mr. Fred Meng.
An Austrian F. M. was one of the
tour.stes on the Princess Luise.
Mr. J. de Pool, an artist who recently
passed through here, en route for Cuba
bas returned to the island. He found
o basineas n Uaba, but not good
No fr Monarch has a greater ad.
miration or abrsaetes thaa
the Kig of Slam. Every p ee a faral-
tare nto his palamse was made to this
Mr. M e Darrymor, the ones cole
brated merodas actor, I flying a lnass.
tie asylum. By tie side of M-bha is a
pack ofoards and wisthtesehe baildea
theatre, and then, standipg up, repeated
for hoae the lime of his dld t It
ws intoOipuita Swift" hat Darryore
Wd t e i as
who crewd ren the deer of de o ei
bamrst It t mm applamS at theM
elimax of the adventarer's eSacide.
It is not generally knew, that Mrs.
Florenea Ma sh ksreeatiy released from
prison was the first to steg pn
Ada p amred son, "The Holy
City," teig ws e e rk Mich-
ael Magbriek, whose pea a to
Jteph- Aim%,* hb hr at
Mr. M r bad It
we at a vaaseal evenig ea beard hMb
brother' yacht ing te he M that
the = author rod tie u of
the 1 soe w voice part oatyjotted
dtu alb the sedemprsam t to be
aSled ia. 8ialytg at the puian he aske
his stor to law to tig thm words from
the velce part. She was an excellent read
erada d this.b he Ailag ito nanex
ampaedame o eeempsalmemt.
O Br wd.esi:u ywuet wites:
We are clad to hear of ta* praemotet of
Inapector Moorea, he deearves It. The
poor of Oroft ill dstriet are a
thee by Mr. Haltie n- torf
he is o ertseems, th they ressive vbeir
..lea. with pleasure asad i..ue a.
It woold bea telto the labourer on
Ohe Main RoAd M ashea -.-r-eat -"
make it praetIkale to bhae a pay oaoe
at (Urot's Bll. Mr. Bowne the A-lt
ant % olletor of Taues at Chaputoea,
although a strct let oipltnadan, he ti very
Miad and coatodraie to the toapayer.,
ad is invaiably to be foand front 8.30
a a to 8p.m. InhI aoS*e at Cbapelt6n,
Over ready and willing to batted to theA
Ahab me

The arrest by the American Polie of
Gesler Romean as the man who in 1903
attempted to blow up the a.a Umbria
tola New York really the feet, thatit was
asppowd at the times tht the man eosre
to Jamitca to hide, and the pole i ore
were for a time very active aboat it. *
the Ptw" io to purchase an automobile
_.or-bhis perfond a~ win aktnghis daily
riOes thnvh tbhe Vat uan g r leas.

Kingston, u Dele of Dr. deCosta. He died
in his bath.
Sunody was the fourth anniversary of
the acession of the king.
Rev E. J. fewett, airman of tie
Jamaisam hristian Eadeavour Unio. will
represent Jamalea at the Convention at
Baltimore in July.
Mr. D. S. MeGanO, the we'l known
builder, is now In Panama.
The departure of the R.M.8, Trent on
Monday wa made quite a smtal event.
A great crowd cf the well to do and
lemsured went down to see the nblsh
Cricketers and the Benaon Company oa.
Tr e Governor was amog the y.
The dinner to the gish Crtdketers at
Park Lodge lat week was vy ese-
tul. The i Justice pren dAed and tmhe
speaker Ineluded Mr. C. IL deMsedeo,
Major Foleyani Lord Brakle y.
Mr. H. E MG welknow here,
has been doina uas a emod turn by lectariag
on tblugsjamalea, to iAogfsah IanOhea
Wr V. Adam of Ial-mntlfh. L at raW.

enut in Kingston on a visit.
Mr. M. M. Irving now here as a vbjtor
ts a son of Oaptai Irving Aknown as
Montego Bay, in the early part of the
19th century as a proprietor.
Mr. E.B. Weise is a new Solicitor.
He serveJ his articles with MesSra. Von-
dryes and Bryant.
At 91, Mr. C. J. Moulton Birrett has
died at his property in Trelawny. He
was the last surviving brother of the
great poetess Eliz beth Barrett Browning,
and a man of very iae ability. Geoer.
oa, and high *oalod, hae b ffsd m y
worldly rover sea. e died a Bomae
Catholic, H isa mahter, who msrvive
him, inherit the fa y talent to a marked
Prnme KbUkof the BaE.sta Dis tor of
bee g n botn lat l. I
resembles a Uboawi W a r m er, A
is propelled over the iee by a apia wheel
driven by a gamola q -metm. amt- o
water by a scrw propelleaor W e
A eongratalatcry tsam reet
the sentimentse of a aer mber of il
sem of Demlotes waolmod otho Jape
ee Legion ia LeaU on vitdh he resu
that same may be forwarded to the
M kado.
Mrs. Isabella Lucy Bisbop, the well-
known traveller and author t l Te r
of the tetal value of U ,
8,3W to IIt pe m t MrakBinho
a begenesd aheabt 1 A O fto Varl
Dr. ore late of Weaser was
educated at Balliol College. Oxford. at
whie he was a Sobolar. He w-as e d
viseprimelpal of Cadea College ito
1880. aN d afterward Iobm-a 4Pep
Odlege, Oxfod, ad vtoar of B ay.
it was5 3 0m-Aly e &Sa miefh aiA
Chaptlsato ryto the laEams.
mad Chaplaimt &Uoy to the AMR
Dr. Gore wields a-ready p having peb-
limhed a large number of ameap at
pamphlets, sad to oae of the m at 1o.

Lord AlverWooms C. J. of England.aes
better knaow a. Sir Richard Webtaer,
to dxty-two.
ae Gereaca Empeor hais aent toihs
-see 0e*.a Washich, as tamrreua ailyl
the label attached to it, was used by hi
.bww he as as ned
act with a eeMeaat, ashroagh tg
ime" rbbdes
bw bum~
BRusia addlers hkive frequent op
fauity to ai1irh the elesaoltes an the
coapleaMeMsatsh onoteote of the kap.
akaof illanea Jaianess oldieta. BLa
sides food and ama-tieo theme sentaim
a L A a

.f other Ma itbia o a lIar e s a
The Japaese biby's head is shaved Ito
Searieos fUasht, sad aeve. under say
elreamstauee, does ;he mother or baby
'ear a bat or bonnet., Nor does he wear
ihoes, even in the oldest weather.
Kung R4war1 having become a patron
1f the A&tomobi:e Clab of Great Bri
*ad ireland that clab i ts no authorlsed
wopeoaix' kI a il toitsname.

Nm rvvw. 1 .

winter tbe has been suffering from throat
imitation, for while a tropical voyage has
been ordered. Vicnuntevs Hayasht is
taking back to Japan her granddaghter
whom she br.,agh& to England whe Vis-
cont flayhli ashamed his post ta Los
King Leopold has .saend ti de.
artre of sim tionaries How the eel.
se t Mill ill, London, for the Coug
Prio State.
A form of prayer Imploring that the
war in the Far lae ay be brobht to a
eloae has been Manetoed the Pshop
of Peterborough for me In ht1l. ae.
To 4ualfy for employment a a per-
manentsletter porter the zisish Post
Ofee head oee a young s me be
able to sort 600 letter iA sftMeen M te
with only Si per ent -t sorts.
Narse ar, who attended the Duke
of C ht after tW reeieat motor-ar
amidmt. rh realved the Vietoriss

Medal from the King& a from the Duke
and Duaehs of Counaught a-bheaniful
enamel and pearl brooch.

MmOMis Cidei, has becemoa~r~jtn
She 1upWdol heRo k Ct boll.*w
s~y to Wsi~lgtf=, U. S. A. wit lft
of 8t(o*4,
Kiss Vi"let i~lottthe Ansiralloaswoo
triat.hat ab" ~ sac h
LoudeDm A.la. --ib" ha.voieW al
marveIlOSoW.tm, &andsngtoso4
Almoka U"MIm" f, n' ow.. Doeak

leieme mid 0 The Iwvr." While '10a
Eflliott's IA&M~A~kO #"dewr ad Asi the
haam WrZ ise sits daph. MShon
got down-to D maedhad o difiky In
megtlalagtb#low wu n In 'a Dlvw.'"
Kices UZlIO if a Oyoung lady.
Sir john Oekbuaw wbe w aefeeteiaMdin

edunatedin .hemk dret
Doctor a# 19h 0th 1 Onml
Saon entered thgqoreatp fusa
S&nth AedMstrls b 8ye e hMM
all- the prlnelal 00M 1 ta4elo
rising to the PvUmui bIShemre
turnd homtweis S.to,"Aleuieft
tn fengland ast.lbere as-4th
Pos tb heeyear. "P-

Do you eaer Mfro ay a aplea~
eSM1em, piloe, t1csosurvy

quick red, sa ait b raedot mPat In

not food suamtets to permaantty easo
the worst eae. Duea's oLatment o eM
by all elnbeists aad miticne voadem.

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addition to prmaum os the fit peon preent*ng 100 led Trading l*mp a
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Lk F. jL d it and poser, Cres BReads
Iase,Tre Keer," uieMwes" .T. T eamse, osa.u 41 7aaRK
P. N. ]Mal, e wte h4W QueeBSt.A S
E, StaMtak, teerements, M Klng 85 Ighertt -etiseor, 1RHgin3.
D. L. Amaea, beets ead shoes, w Harber St.
J. H. Stewart, mnemalder, Spwatnh Tow lrip Van WInale Greeery, K lat
. W. CaAl g and greedy, Prt Aboatoi -
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L. &Ien aTon.A. % Levy, Suk Usr.
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meor36" sAd"Gow IL LU.E i~ea. u cam
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- i we mlht aM | tha work of toaer. The eoaditoos we M
*P amdly sbow signs d~wa tatt Zdh as easnmut be real
f 1ss 1^A we inr6o so.- O004itswihe yMrk.
S- away from th Gbit play after aecept
D" 9 i m F-rom the Brootkly Dail SEagl we so8e. The latentloo was to produo two
011011 bo a idaeasd 10 0trs thI t the a ronse metofrMarnhallg and right well did the
FO B. W. BMTH, L* .lsr ** Is O R ally dpp a pTrmp to this till on their chi.
TO TOUR TS W .apr -ho ha a ea Os(t to the vte Iler GSt-
'TO TOU RiS S Rme- ead n.Kg B tt or several moaths now, will be Mesrs. NspIer 4ad Lawream were White
rern to hb isome in the U. 8. A. very, ald lMe re. BI ekburae and Leonhards
-Wi lbe oeive doncommion at the 8t au 1. shortly. e ted the defAnse. very
onimn of Pobm No. -2 game was am result, athe sok prOVW6
d +om ". P At the ear- of the matk in the suoeessfel in 24 moves. Too game w
1AW a whits. Black Freob Ompa Mr. MarMbhal fatifptes as follows:
Q to B4 Any move e I es edins chees masters of Whitt Blaek
Mates aseordlngly :- Irope i set mates 1-P-K4 P-K4
Corr28, HARBOUtly solved by_ Qe's Pa -P-K4 PP
128, HARBOUR ST., ("Fairly goo*)" o ("Fsairly sob l e _W sre to rmn that tie (hb 8-Kt-KBs P-KKt4
Men at a glanes whAt ta Editor of tAe "Dely Telegraph" hea bmo 4-P.KR4 P-KtS
(Next to C0oln Bank.) J L Lyon 11 tLL We treat Mr. Start will soon be 6-Kt,-Kt 5 P-Q4
A. N. Ptea (Feebe) o B. the. tore o his wanted good health. 6-P-Q *t-KBs]
UA. N.ftu ao t oneshaesd the. 7-At--8 P-KI3
Q4es be pl toed in a position where Wse rs "Aie 4 q" 1just to hw is p9re -BP B-KtS[b]
ean be touched. but not wi Imunit, lezly itroe .g1 Thl e d.y 10--B-K 5 KtxP[o]
plao sns, lare in didieraTed 7itta up $-sa le [cB K.K e
or thebetpla e to put ad gav e aur is Ca a&tpinao wosld 17 }?] Bcl
Q ..he ean be captured by or two the s up al 18-QR.Kt1 B-K'Q8

St--o- eoih oferam the R's e o. 93 of thel former n Pari, Prior to hi P- eb KBXPK
I 1 D a ts sco1rdingly. :- i 14f -ptz KtQB

White Blaek-- leavion tba U. A. he remarked that be gO-Q-Ktb Q-Kt3
Kttto Qe2 Any move fisAs if L and quite eqial to fght even for 21-Q.QS Q-QS[]K
Coret solution from A. J. L. Lyon 23-Q-RSeb K-QI
desirous of being enrolled at the Leo, Queen's Pawn, A. N. Stuart ("y r During the past year, Mr F. J. Mar 24-QxB Reaigns
attempt, but heavy labored ") and B. M. shall distingtlbed ht~self in all the (a) With P KR3 Black wouln!d have re-
3 i Ti (a nice problem-dual when P-B 6. matches be participated in. At the Cam- sumed the normal variation of the All-
Toirists' bridge Spring's Tournament he took first gsier-Thorold Gambit. If the intention
SlWe have also received correct solutions prz 3 from a notable fiel! and later on at .vas to avoid this variation then P-B6
I 0fnm0D SJlA'U, of Problem No. 91 from T. E. Fray and .ylvan Beach N Y., also again at St. followed by P-KB3, might have been
B. M., who writes "The K allows he Lowhere he won every game he played. pis a
should s.nd in full particulars at once. B K two extra .moe and adte h ~' ( a) Never a good move in this opening.
very teresting mates. The moves of the e b been at home. -K i given by reborough.

the Kt goes to K 4 to do the business. o nd r d) The right move, as Castues should
Xma hae met with sum appreciation prove fatal to Blak.
-tLe pLOUR LOCAL PROBLE V COMP) l o tANo We bVA s re ll te... ths p3a"-ute withe i
^ A (aepbTITION. -I- "ate ba ga Iste O vigor e a deatheo st e oral e ats" reaofte
FIO SALEa TtIz x. -- _.+ A .. (f) I o-Ko WhIt wine Ithe Bishop
FOR SALE aea blem No. 96. A-t h ee ae ivraon thM P-B6
Motto:--" Do it Now." oW thi Pre N(~o -) RzNh was threatened. If Kt--QtI
BoACt (4 Pies.). tr t n me hel oxPeb, KtK; 23 R-L-Kl, and
BLAC M4ee.) w tr. T.se TeKey writes as olow4;1- s,,Te Psbwk Duuc ...
*_ w* .~r. A C. White tipad much interest. ig ,
,A y :- it 1* fal ti e ,-iatch of-,Chs um-,t p m wo re
oode t g e 4en2oh. tosend .. e. o
m u nIesrY c e a looked my Retator in .
youtrfa n er. He proceedo
.thus: Whi the's last move waP eo
Ki(ot a taken R m.I Bak' stW4 mov* e ftom CUnII 6n
Rak were Anatrsot tk ies
Mo O. 1 W or e, Wht.
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BoorAaCIn c(4 hatI- An Arti-t ---r D
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January 28, 1t06


IT-11I~ l l


s Red Dawn



The news from Russia has been most i
exciting, almost terrifying. St. Peters. I
burg was the centre of disturbance at I
first, and the tremendous discontent I
smoldering there and el where for so I
long, found vent by way of the strikes to I
which we referred last Ins. |
On the 20tb the cables reported
The employees of the Sangali and Kol.
inkin spinning mills left work this morn
The men already out enforced a general
strike parading the streets of the Basil
Island districts compelling workshops,
n.Intin a wrrks and small ahnlhoqrkgfnrs to

These bilIds aggregating 5,000 men
- have broken into factories and the prtnt
ing works of the Academy of Science, I
forcing the employees to j ian them.
The situation was seen to be develop-
ing fast to things more tragic. At first
only industrial demands were presented
for shortening hours of labor, increase
and of wages ; but poverty and discontent,
under the incitement of Bsoial:stit and
democratic agitators, have led, to political
A petition was spoken of on this day :ua
In the circulating at workmen's meetings
for signatures, bitter complaints were
made of the desperate condition of the
workers and their deprivation of human
This was largely signed. It ataoked
the whole capitalistie system of the coun-
try, bitterly assailed the Government as
one of the bureaucracy and demanded the
reform of bo'.h, asserting thit death was
preferable to existe:oe inder such con-
The 21st dawned to find the capital ap
parently onthe verge of incipient revolu
Thousands of workmen paraded the
street, aritators and fanatics sowed the
seeds of disorder.
The situation had entered an acute
stage and the str.ke oammed an open
political phase.
The day was one of Intense excftgwent.
Mill after mill and factory after faM-
tory closed.
Meetings were held at which Incendiary
speeces were made.
The telegraph and railroad employees
threatened to jAn th3 strike.
Maat fereigaers prepared to send their
f milies abroad.
Every newspaper wa forced to muspnd .
publication owing to he strike. Oly
at the OSMadA Mu sncar the police forced i
the printers to remain at work until the ]
paper appeared.
It bomre a prolaaon forbidding all
amemblep, parades, or 6 er -1 demoaUtra
tons aid warnaig well disposed workmea
au4 private individuals to avoid athebr
iugs, a the authorities *"e dlaterined to
disperse meetings Imperilling public
Diaffectifon spread all the faster, on
its belog kn.wn thua tre was a rfnsal
to permit a d -le-g Ct of workmen to
present the petition to the Emperor, alto
that a "rets dem etation panned for
Sunday would not ae place.
The suddeness of the strike and far-
.^eai mganasatiea was Itgelya ts
"ri, to & m Goverament and employee,

The Minister of the interior presented
to His Majesty an invitation from wui k-
men to appear at the Winter Palace that
afternoon and receive their petition, for
the Emperor's advisors -had already de-
sided a frm front, and the answer to the
100,000 workmen trying to make their
way to the Palace was a solid array ofi
troops with fixed bayosts and drawn

Thus the strike reached a revolution
ary stage, and conflicts between troops
and mobegrew fresent.
Over three bnsdrd deulb.traw, laI
eluding wa ma ad children, were killed
or wounded daring the af:e moon.
Oa the Novsky Prospect the troops
fired three vol~ys kilae thirty and
wounding many. Women and children
were ameSa hbe illed.
The publite infuriated aealst the mill.
tary Bam IteamSt the offioere.
By 4.L Airing was gofng on in
all quarters.
BiaVs Gropou
At the Narv~gat the troops bred on a
ormod by Mhera i opon and Sergda
The wP-ee jy ig a e aas ad A por-'
trait the Eo I er were terink ad the
woess UIIned to pebo* .
As ? w e b a when t" crder of
fire w meeame wumr t thee .u-
selvae en t troops Iret
upon them as they lay,
In other p htrilwHers bm them
selves hwimift

ttroopF goaded on by violence, fury and
-bloodshed grew to a state of almt open

Conditions bxdered on elvil war. The
city coming under M tiat w with
Nn Vtastlehikeff a Oo over
I a troopere iMe a ekiag
la the sMa t and at vas iti e ae on the
esrky PresBet the I Wlhfiare
of the ay. On the Im Valostove
and in the inda trial metim Iftariated
men were still throwing up barricades
which they are holding.
The Empress Dowager had sought
refuge at the Tsars Koeselo where the
Emperor is living, 16 mile from the
It was said that as many as 1,500 per-
soue were killed or wounded on this day.
The people had been convinced that te
Car woud redress their wrongs, but his
refusal to'hear their petition destroyed
their faith, and made them aim at open
I reuolntlen.
Gorky, the novelist, expresses the
-opinion that this day inaugurated revolan.

Ston. The Emperos prestige will be
shattered by the shedding of innocent
blood. He has alienated himself forever
ken his" people.
A member of the Emperor's household
iald this day's conflict will end the war,
Reussi will have a constitution or His
Majesty Ies htis head.
Toe sympathy of the mixed classes Ih
with the workmen.
All the troops with the ezoeption of
three regiments reported to hive thrown
down their arm@, remained loyal to their
or lers. The three were the Moseow
Guards, the Regiments of Finland and
Every window in Grand Duke Sorghs'
palacewa broken by a -mob durinsr eo
niiht and It was ramoured that the lB
TO em d Isse a manifesto ntxt day
L 1Peterabarg I a n atAe of
Thi Mecday, the Ofidal M as
mano d tat up to 8 o p.h. ea e a
total killed was IS, wounded 533.
Preeautionary measaere were 4gath
VOeMpOe to dagIaaA Abl*seaNh byw er

SStrikes drifted toward the
square and Comsek. and polled on
har ig difficulty in keeping the 9emdA
The Northern express dared not a"mm
the station.
All schools wm,-4l 4
Tmx BuTt or RUSSIA.
The eyes of all turned toward tSbi
terror of the Country to nfe the etm.-
which the news wold produes thee

Considerable excitement was at BrtsL
reported at Moscow, but no open demwn-
Then it was known that, the workumm
and several de nonstrators were plaami
a complete strike for Wedneeday.
Then the Deputy Prefect is-uel apn-
eleaatlon warning the publicto view at
the strike to avoid sseemblages aad pa
eesAions otherwise the same severe mef
were would be adapted a at St. R-
brg, and it was thas -Imow thmat a f-
eral strike n Moseeow was proceeding a
exactly the same lines as at t. Pem
A body of strikers forced their way ta
several works and compelled 500 amm
oin the strikers. 8imultaneoesly sees
factor tand works were closed.
The strike spread rapidly. All priat--
works stopped. No newspapers wm
The police ordered all arms to Ih
removed from the windo s of gun-s*mdb',.
a majority ot whom have closed.
The Muaicipal Ovuncil by U2 1 e Mt
r elected Prince Galisf Mayor.
The Prtime is a romtaenm movr lis h
lowen remor agitato a, and res'aeMd i
the GoSernment' declaration conds.mwM
the |m M .
Na y and eavalry alm, e, r
dummkatesi. have beean -e T-
*tOnrikers have at yet forsalahted epo
WdtWer utwvddr grew the u ewm em
ee prt ef Rsetsa an there, oa.L
wilder hat newo were the racemra thb z
* Waeaw.altway station to on fe.
A poet.a ot te trak of the Washae.
rid ualte t1adsb ha beew tora m
Tetraps ton the Omems have rso
It was ippoible to sunder, trM tho
l toS lnmeas, bat it was kowanth
Is Svstemel a Ire ba& out -- **_b

Im~d~a.Iyafter the *ega

bhblimg as sooi qulekly iabr
bm hrel emw v by --A-

em~m~*athdsdciand Uimodor-
The a fte remalowed ln~ows b& d
- 11 .. r-wys49 Awl a 3u.assert ba
Vhs aal ___wer 'prom e

wI ut & ltfr--M tha thieyb #Q atu a,
pa efrulation of the problems, wg o iINWOBOMINTS OP CAVALRY.
adopted e gete measures to preserve -J 2.- ..T9 CAs
The ar waf a ad troop ed. Na U"" T weea4 I
par the dtfed quarter. The etelm to the VateBMteof t J Tie tItuamoe eotinhm
The arrest wa orded of Pather Gop.o, tre tore down telaraph pole for the but It was seem that t
rodox priest and leader of the work ereet arr d them at A t the upper haud ad th
me, I lrtB *Ill eoatIned. It was remoe troop r"maed tre t
--- ght osend helf the elty t udarkes- that the workme bad eied a dw-lte any attempt at r-'tane
and without Are protection, owiag to tactory also that 30,000 or 400 armed Rumour, however, ,
strike. strikers free Kolpimne 16 at ae distant, istateton among the t r
The dawn of Sunday t2nd, brought no were mewh.us on St. Petwsburg. By afternoon the city i
lesentag of the orists. It had been a day of horror. The a armed camp,

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won lakes. The poea lafereisd .TABLOIDS OF NEW&.
day ? *t he .. DONT TAKE RISKS Ki .ton-
ywe a d*tarbma taaeaUe il r. Stake is ina a bildina erected
Sn poi TAKE NO Se0 jut below i
ae' es e from I to us Maal W--eho-e.
Later thereWAV a derable r r Mr. Charle E. Skyers, tutor at the
aXs WApst. rd a th*Mleo, bas been elected by thA West Man-
8 peaadd Owe grd sad the 24th dawe oseter ranch as its reprmenatative on
wih a report that the arikes latefsed %Me oxeefti. We congratulate Mr.
to eem the market f Vasiti O4,roff Skyers on his election.
nd oete provtoms. The Teachers at Mico paid thi week
Thoe eame sign fieant reports that the a vi4it to Colonel Pianoek at his Deiry,
Xmperor,at ao extraordinary mooting of Lyadhurst Penn. The Colonel',s lemon
tae CoQenl, at T ankee "8lo, re solvr to on a p' tactical dairying and kindness to
isme a manifesto to claim the people the aniat wa both mstructive and in.
Promising I owli te work The Whisky that is all PURE BARLEY MALT and G..
maNds of the artkeup. empecall she one made M O., Is the Rev. L. MM.Bower.
eS ng_ the hurs of atator w ul Ru does not contain a drop of Grain Spirit (which is made from y. Poit s Ths Revs,. Do st, Bas,,
asa law fim at eleven. and J.B. Ellis, have resigned as such.
The delete of worked, s.or g to Potatoes and Maize.) r. Bo t Joh one becomes Cerk
this satTe~wt, are to be selected by the of the Privy CounciL
omriig me. themselves. This would Insist on the guarantee of PURE MALT on every label. rhe Rev. D. A. Rothnie, M.A., be-
be the Grat concession to the represents comes a itauses Trustee.
tyve principle. David J. BI ck soes the Klogston Mar.
According to reports the Emperor will &v ad L o n0V, G 0M vi ket Commission, claiming 4 damages
aiso promise to investigate events in St. a d all es tbat he left at the slaughter
Ptersbug 28. Port Royal Street, Kingston hase&a pig to be butchered buton re.
The guards at the palaces of the Grand 28. Port Royal Street, Kingstong the pg was gone.
Dukes remained especially heavy and Sole Ag ts inJamaica for F oon, the .*. William Cliftoot
*ver 20,000 troope were missed at theole Agen in Jamaica40 docers and several passengers in
At Kelpino. 12 mil oup the river, W. & A. GILBEY'S WINES AND SPIRITS. Mr. John Roderiques for selling spirits
workmen started for St. Petersburg to at hours prohibited by law was fined 88.
jaia the strikers but were stopped and Fat er Gauiou. S J. loaves on the5 6L
teed upon by soldiers, and a number kill- The revolutionary movement has re perilled the lives of British subjects em- prozhfor the U. will old an
Badth al itself there wounded. asno elved its baptism of blood, its crown of played in factories. q on the a7 et-
Bt i the capital self there was o ma rdom." Prince Mirsky may be appointed Gov quiry on te 7th.
repetition of the deplorable occurrnce on h T he Csar failed to grasp his unique ernor General of Moscow. For unlawfully woanding,William Blake
the 21st and 22ud with the exception that opportunity Barristers have decided not to appear in was fined 40s or I mont h.
Single bank volloy wN fired to awe a Even at the eleventh hour he may court for the present. For leaving his LOueen t.eet ow prod
crowd neuWar sa% htallua. ~ save his country, but only by recognizing ST. PKTERSBURG.
Shortly after dark the workmen at two that antocracy has goe for ever." A notice was posted on the 25th, at all Brown in thbe Police Court was fined 5s.
electric I ght pla. walk -1 out, refusing I be fate of Rus'ia does not depend the works giving the strikers N4 hours to Aubrey Nix chirned with shooting Miss
t iple pay to ren .iu and plunged the city upon St. ke: msburg alone but on the resume their employment and intimating ray with i intent to do grievous body
into utter darkness m s thro out e t that e who did ot comply would be harm ill e examined ona o e i6t prox.
The water supply was also eout ,ff. In the news ased profound NXt MODday Missionary Meeting will
After about f.r hou a the Enginee A to.deputation presented a pe itiog from be held at the. Rptist Church, Hanover
[ with the aid of G arma engaiears The general view is one of the deepest editors. reet.
of the fac ories stated the plants. apprehesion that these events may pre. K Rouver4n, of the NoVme Fre a, A number of old offenders have been
he aituation is so intense that many tte a relation ch s Frace wit said the only m of rsto in public sent back to pris for various offences.
pewanms are sending their f-milies to Hiel- e o olLd o wa freedom to h pres and At kerketo a the Mioo, Teachers vs.
lagosf] tuee Vhere. TLe Temps aooneldes that most of the congress of Zemstvos. If the had Windsor, the latter won by $3.
Sba risers .nd soleltors passed a m"itar foree wil rema" oyal ept e f oe o e reast orable About 50 contract lAbouiers left on the
resolution of so. araty oith the strikers military forte will rematl oyel, eept been fme none of the reo d. La Plata for Colon. sent by the U S.
.r w th t some of tl arti-]er se ies, inits would have -haened. w%%u
prts ag against the tio of the Gov In -. Petersbrg rmarks are made The Minister be must cofe Consu l
erasmet Ia provoking bloodshed, delin- hat ers are braved agv ai the de. with the GoernorIrale Pollen Br e res at the oea'
ig t pled in the courts and deciding to fenceless populace than against the Jap. The a tobacco factories havheseume o A Home o 0th on "Canada
aThe Cathea. e Bishops are reconI ad ft r.p s ,eed by for the Swettenham cap. The following
M ,a a 46 n ing to their Bfooks pMdn and abst the Goverr-Gnera sand Minister of will re resent Jamaica: oapt. H. M.
Sa am was despair hed to t frm participation in the political Finance. Workmen should assist the Brke. M. Io, Lie u D J M I.,
the C i Moscow, expressing its high- movement. Government In behalf of the amelioration Meetrs. Dando, doe, MarRe y, Drs.
t hdmurato for the CounciL The Japanese are shocked at the death of their conditionn. Io. can be ecom rray ree gh and Mr. yan K.
.T. hundred praising doctors at roll, there is widespread feeling that the! phished by holding themselves aloof from 'fl Club.
their ansual banquet adopted the Z .mstvo Bureaucracsey will be powerless to stem tormentors "mndd ritranewh a.in-
Reform r me, and sent telegrams oL --u an th the da wfal of the to the woame's true i sts the St. George's Church.
wp e s and encouragement to Prin Bares jersey must and the war. conthe's welfare.
d .-T, Mayor of Mq,- ow, who i beio A member of a orespa lapties said: 1s them ret tra tar A meeting of the Electors of St.
proseaet d by the eGoverment for por UThe war o over, unless ehe R-stian weuck, or thI sal their wives ei athe large
d prythe manie aplity to adop. the re __'e arepera ed wlte as ita the are sl am" theW &Mpeo' hear asdn schoolroom on Wednesday evening, Jan.
Mae mal of the President of a the To erl apese army b vow htlag to an as 'a d O peo's hr 1 18th, when the following appointments
ag--e te. who provoked the C a .battle of the Russia. p eep. these of all true subjeets were made: -
r"mth I tele diree to him the A B uIAV MAN. 001Y >.... i__ m free i e La Representatives to. Synod: Me rsm
y w Ing direw ctaly t tohim t Mm pr or '4 161h w orkm en's i I s.Su y and Atk mae.
er a rw .a In Mr. ArdaoM M has saianee be taa uilV ta ob jet ofand Akma.
OGmesl Trepoff. ex-Chlef of Polkee of eamewe the atht O pim leol etem dit sablement or Members of the Church Committee :
"Momum, a s been appnted Gowur %e United laigdom withthe pampedi Amm as ta am he set a Messrsm. Aikman, Caalssia, Campbell (Alex.
et al of St.8 Petersbarg, qurtwse Zui iru g the Minister of Fin. ) Foreman, Gruochy, Hitchins, Manton,
t0 wt% r 4 t o lows r eh. eo g the hourrs Moodle, Nethersole, Pinnook, Schroeter
,whiinm h" been at a wateh w r h ae l 'st h ehehwreho: Mers Grahy andA
rambees ws be nd resumed upon a J re wden
-. sl- is f Treaseaur: Mr. Alkmsn.
The EmploIes la a t 1,ri LATIN abhys and Seogetary: Mr. Whitehorne.
me as work ;and the row of eer e P:re.att onrnea Mr.
Sof the tats is di le n' T o thedrawerwhih nt ed
The ev e are not so -u worf an VW.
a more at feeg 11 t ator Abot a fortnight the ep of Mr.

see3e^d^p% ^ ^ teIadla nllgedm ar ato.ID,, A. C. Johad beeno n wao broken t. The Of.d
Semerat*wa s aee Uy mph teo d iy eetol o< pHem entering the buil dig at 8.30 p.m. on

eUe WoLtrs. TIw oo 3e t eotatsltrfu nd thaee wi. be i the mrket(by orderly end lawabiding bt recent de
ga Th erument of the eittio { feflarted !sl t i L peao ) the Slt. velopen sa d hthe oodrawer which containebu.
m the r -nr ent o, the foreis i pug he Annal W p l i ujwst 'T ah anks. atly deartncse ts to have been effected by..
eiliet, Knel,*hhmmet ri: st o *he e osiU. l frood e endedd to toO. aadal a Te Norweaiancs y ..,,, (,,,,
StA ttw rtpltr inD et a-i ter'la Co dnOto e ert [r hr eaw o -t 1 tty the Pastor Aboft a fortnight sao, the sho p of Mr.
- a le rbat atl o im tb ky flHae t _mb a hhand'bi Wpe btei done toU ake rt.O ear ago Cohis district lwasodtu the

su .eea"liMa the pstitg o the teleg.ra m this year's stival a seosme. hold of the wrecked rospect.

January 28, 190

JAM l ICOA T111 8

The Catholic At Work.
Owing to them eortesy of the officers

WI g I WL- W --- I ex"Sw fm
he report of the St. Vinceat de Paul
The Society materialzed here on a
Wednesday afternoon la January 1904,
and it th-n bad its financial start by
a loan ot 225, made by His Lordship
Bishop Gordon, and owed much at its
inception to Father Hrpes among others.
Stages in the development of tbe So
eiety may thus be noted.
The sums from the Church Poor Bores,
the profits fro'. the Repostory, and the
contributions of the Liles of Calrity
were placed at the d-siosal of the Sooiey;
It became clear that subscriptlias from
Honorary Members alone would not
be sufficient to meet the needs of "the
Special efforts two raise funds followed.
These took the shape of entertainments
of various kinds.
A elethes room was early started, and
gifts of wearing apparel, cast off boots

and shoes solcltea ior those wno appeal
to the Society for same. It is pleasing
to say that many families responded and
thus enabled many a man and woman to
make a descent appearance not only in
she street but at church. The donors al-
to enabled several children to school.
In order to assist the unemploy ed, it
was found necessary to establish a La
bour Bureau where the names, addressed
and qualification of a pplicnts for work
are kept and effort made to find employ
ment for them. A member brought out
a scheme whereby a few of those applying
for work and having no qualification may
be taught hat-making, sewing etc. The
finding of employment for poor needle
women ha, been solved by Mr. Burger
who generously gave the necessary work.
ing capital for a test case, whioh is work-
n dmirably.
The Society has been the recipient of
two or three anonymous contributions to
the funds during 1904. May the unknown
donors who gave so nobly and so well
never want.

A Pleasant Incident.
Quite a pleasant episode took place at
the opening of the Resident Magistrate's
Court Lucea, when there were present !
His Hon, 0. M. Calder E'q Resident
Magistrate, Rudolph Lewis Esq. Clerk of
the Courts.
James Nash Eaq. .
C. Lister Clarke c c
SOeorge Hart Solictors
J. Shakespeare Nash "
Mr. James Nash the Senior Solicitor
present, on behalf of himself and his col
leagues tendered fe'ieitations to the
M. and offers of his curt, the sub.
stance of which was as f allows : wishing
them a bright and prosperous New Year
Mr. Nash said it rave him great pleasure
to speak to the effi.ency of the siaff and
the courtesy he had always r celved and
the unanimity with % hich they worked.
The Resident Magistrate replied thank-
to U"r Nash and referring-to bsffieer-
in high terms.
Mr. Lewis, Clerk of the Courts also
thanked Jr. Nush and the Resident
agistrate on behalt of himself and the
other officers.
The Negril Post Oflf-e in the Par'h
of Westmoreland, is temp )rarily and un-
avoidably closed. I

Our Visitors.

Many of our readers will be iitere-sd

to know tat Montego Bay has j -4 now
a Allz-tug~in-ed BEUinb visitor in the
-person of Mr. Thomw Bsden-Poweil.
He is & ousino of the fsmoen Gener-al wbo
Defended Mfsinktg on is also related to
the Professor Baden-Powell who eontri.
buted& apnr of the famous Essys and
reviews 'that made such a stir when
published 50 year or so back.
He ws at New College, Oxford, fro-n
18s4 to 1889, ooutemporary with Conint-
by Disrae(i (son ot tbe aret States-
mwn and now himself M.P. foi
Altrineham) Lord Curzso, and 0. 0.
Lang, ow Bishop of Sepney, and eoasin
by the way, of Mr. Matbem Lag, the
actor who is now in the West Indies.
Mr, Baden-Powell took bonours in
Law, though he bas not followed is as a
profession, bat employ his energies as
manager of his naole' estate in 1asseu
and in travelling. -
He Is Ialte charmed with Montego Bay.
Another viiftor to Jamales inut nowv

who recently was at MWntego Bay is Mr.
Brown formerly of the famous firm of
Brown and Poison, eornflour manufactur.
ers. He is now m -nager of the Bell
Oigan and Piano C mpwany. He returus
to Cinada via New Yurk"
The gentleman is a brother-in-law of
Mrs. Geo Henderson.

Up-To-Date Enolish
Personal Chat.
People are wondering who is to have
the neadauastership of Eon whep Dr.
Warre gives it up at mids-umer. The
post is said to bring a man in', one way
and another, about six thMssad a year.
Dr. Warre, will have held it for a quarter
of a centu all his life, except his in-.
fimey and hea-dergraduate days, has
been spent ast Jbton
Sir MichaeflHieks Beach, they are say.
ing in Gloueetershire he is to have a peer
age when Parliament t disiolved.
Whatever may bhapppe at t$e dissolu.
tion of Pirlhament, there is a' fuller,.
confidence in Lord Lansdowne thAn there
would have been, say, a couple of years
The engagements are announced of
Miss IAly Haubury the actress. to Mr.
Henry Guedalla of Hiy Hill, and of Miis
Mvrzaret Halstan (Maude Hertz) to Mr.I
John Reartman Morgan, -f the Ioner
Temple. Miss Lily Ranbury is a Jewest. I
Muss Winifred Emery is able at last
to be acting again, and she will be
Beatrice in -Much Ado about Nothin,"
then this follows the rempest" at Mr.
free's theatre this month.

A Stiff Norther.

And cold also, set in on Wednesday
night and had not if*e died out up to
Friday afternoa. Kin.'stoa it as onee
exhUarated by its bracing ooolnehas, and
Annoyed by t'eAou& 4 9fd4s io which it
.smothered the streets and every pem
baildang A period of drought havine
preceded its coming the dust was alI the
m..ore in evidence Ileft the str..e s aud
yards stored with leave ad ktt
rhe parshem .that grow baaaas h-d
more than &onoyanoe. The wam4 did 4
large smout, of daemae, the fell amsent
of whih ito Is as4g iUpseediae tio^4t,
but large number of trees have fNeile
speeIally in the irtgatedaat

M *SO e

The 8. P. A. J.

On hbalf of ohi e-hnatxl t

tectom of a n j .
Bourne has not oat between 00 and 700
itlusbtate d Band of Mery almanaeks to
the elementary ool teachers. Those
diameasce abould be tested up in promi
nent places in the i choolroom and toebh
er are advised to apply to the'nearet
post of*Ma, wheis they will find the
almsanacks awaiting them.
The Society has received a large num.
her of teretng booklet, oontainug
m*,a, poeom, stories and short articles,
doling with te subject of kindness-
and specially kindness to dumb animals
Any teacher who would like to uae these
booklets in their schools are invited to
make application to Mrs. Bourne, Half.
way, Tree P. 0.
Copies of alm"ma k have been aent to
all the police stations is hoped
that the officers in eobrgi "tn -e that
they are well posted.

;Il~iLIZII 111f


rt Hundreds of refugees
Pt, Arthar reaching Chefoo from &
Arthur wber% it is said. W
18.5 s an sad wounded Runianpri
All refugees speak well of the coe.
aMeat shown by the Japanese an
their restrain&.
00 eivilias lost their lives during thl
eL oen dent to the Time afte
a visit to Port Arthur, says that wtthoW
visiting them no o ould form any dWe
of the o tre of the mor
or the incredible heroism displayed ta
their sapture,
No foreign offer is able to find the
reason for surrender. Those who bave
seen the ferts believe there is no more
discreditable sarreader in history. There
were 25 000 able-bodied men, capable of
sorties, hue4re Is of officers well noairta
ed, plenty of ammunition. -
There was ample fool for three months
_evea it noa fras supplies oam"d be
ceived, and the waters teaming with B-.
ThfL ^- b1- _. ~ .

Ui 'I.. .n. aNnd A M ---. mJM

WesIeya SynodI A MOM Jt.1 5 wLui5w U w mU U IU-
Wesleyan ynod. cIl comforts and large quantities of feek
The annual Synoo of the Wesleyan The sto ies that the Red Cross bui'di'a
Methodist Churches in Guiana, was held were wrecked are admitted by reputa i
in Trinity Church, Georgetown, under residents to have been fabrications.
the presidency of the Chairman of the All accounts agree in condemning the
district, Rev. Divid J Reynolds. Among majority of officers, and agree that wn
those present were the Rev. T. Milton man ever held a responsible command
Brown, one of the Secretaries of the who less deserved the title of hero than
Wesleyan Methodist Missianary Society iStoessel.
in England, and Rev. G. Hi. Baron ayv. ----

the Missionary S,,cety' financial repre-
sentative in the We-t Indies. At the an-
nual Missionary meeting held, Ris Exoel
leney the Governor was in the chair.

Crystal Palace Exhibition.
At a Meeting of the Crytal Palace
Committee held at the Merehant's Ex
change at 11 a.m. on Thursday,in the chsir
C. E. DeMerceda Bq, and among others
present Hon. Dr. John Pringle, C.M G ,
MeMrs. L. Asheuheim and J. Barclay.
It was agreed that tarangemeats be
made for a display of Jamaica prodaets
and art exhibits at the forthcoming Ex-
hibition, and that booklets be printed.
-Meeting adjourned till Taeeday 31st, at
10 a.m.

Political News.
Voters must register before the 31st.
Feb. 14t, ise fired for nomination of an
M. L. C. for Hanover.

The Legislattve Council meets
28th. The estimates 4nI several
will be taken.

To Correspondents.


1. Correspondents writip. us on say
subject whatever, should se id name and
When a reply is desired, stamps
should be clowd. -
3. Sggesmions are always welcome;
they are most appreoist4 when coar-
ANXXoUS CrTITsM-Writs us free
Pams amoaS tSi. ( uagetoa Smell, aea
veameU We- eopiaion ,ths the fauet he"
is the way he sewerage vt conveyed frel
Br 70p.
PaU, Frs.- thank yo.

The Fleets. Towo and Kamimura have
returned to their posts
A sortie is expected from Vladivostoek.
On the 27th the Russian Fieet was of
North-west Madagascar.

Kuropatkin reports his losrew
Item. in the four days cavalry raid a
7 offers and 73 me killed
32 and 257 men wounded ; 21 missing.

Has denied e" itieally the
China. aocusauon of violttug aeem
trality, and declared that Ra-
sia is the real offender by using nentra&
land, etc.

(LVf B. W. I. Cable.)

The new Ministry ineluderm
France. President and Miatster
FPinance, M. Rouvier; For-
eign Affirs, M, D ocasse; War, M. Ber-
teaux ; Colonies, M. Dubois.

The Miuers Strike is ae
Oernany. yet arrA T. Delegates ha
gone to Eugiad app areamti
to stir up the miuaers there to refuse tO
apply cosl to Germany.
There is a strike in Vimens.

The States has offered t
.tem. take over San Domhtgo's debb-
.... .......and-ruaa er Castom Oern eg-
There is more Ahtlaig la the PhliN...
Cold is in ease in the States, with vip-
lens Stor...s. _
Yellow fever has been stamped out
the Ow's baby "mn Is reported eo*.
stitautoally weak and now saek wist
The Spaaish Queen mother has bees
injured m a eutoemobile ,aeeet.


Swept Lirstead a few weeks ago.

COMPI \\Y is nox to the assistance of the sufferers with prices to defy competition.



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AWNMIV < d# CA*fOl
We have dAlayead somewhat in
notiaig Mr. CAPPEB'S report,
but after all the need to notice a
mn im n wAit iaent w& hm ne a

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the md Wult r g from t"h faUgaat oetry a- a re action
off tf tEe average attendance of against the system of things t at
school; but Lt oan aver be adopted
unless written agreements are en ,01#re introduced by the French
tered ltto. TI teachers and man- Revolutioo. Men, looking upon
agera.know pretty w11 what the total the evils of modern society which
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Is this column we print week-
a thought that seems, by. its
m.agtha -d insptratiom worthy
4 being made a centre for the
4aek'a thinking and reflection.
WriNW l be glad to reermi cou-
-_-ics*tiois on the subject from
my of onr readers, who may
wed n quotation or am original
lo. following reahes us from
Mr. RVmUman W. TU P m.,
ila-W-., a writer well knownlbi
je~rsalatie eircltsa here. It is
.uAs* fr. a CALYrlI's lecture on
W ,M a

laying events to March 31st of
our year, it is not writt, n till Juoy
9Otb, is not passed by the Gov-
ernor till Sept 20th, and not
published to the world at large
till Jan 12th of the following
year. We of course perfectly
understand that the ,coampilation
of the statistical tables which Mr.
CAPPER v-ry properly appends
to h's report, need time, but we
repeat ia suggestion that some
thing should be published in the
nature of an ad interim report.
embodying all that cai be got
early into print. It would be an
excellent thing too if the result -
of &eho 1 hInspectiona could be

published as they are determined.
We suggested this to Mr. CAP
PEB some time ago, and though
be declined to give the rtsuits to
the profane pages of the non-offi-
cial p ess, he p omised the pub
lication should Le made in the
GuveinmeLt "Gazette." That
was some seven months ago. The
publication has not yet begun.
Preeumably he Gasette people
wont do as they art, asked. We
learn bince these lines were pinot
ed that it will cost too much. The
present Rep rt shiuws the average
montidly att. dance at $5.937 for
1903 04 against 54448 The
school ,rs on the books numbered
88,381. On the Graat List were
711 scboole, of which there were
185 Virst, 341 S cond, and 167
Third. The total payments t
Elementary Teachers amounted
to X46,129. Those who cry out
that we re spending tto mebe-
ou Educatlon ahuuld note Mr.
O(JPPazL' rem rks. page. 34.
If we spent as much per unit of
the "population on eduosaion as the
canton of Zutieh in Swlzet.and tbh
oOL of the Department would .be
700o,00o a year, or very early as
much as our entire revenue, or the
total ooelt ofor Govetament. At the
rat tor the whole of SwhUaeand it
would b. ,450000. at te Bnagth
rate 30,VOu, dnd even t ta m i
rate (and eduoaUonan la imd Is al
mtted to be ini an uuDmaiemory
conattion) it would bM Af;nMiL_
d aot we eed eduoa na asinauohas
tbum oountriem do? Other natlobs
spead ets thea this, but la every
vaed oountry t he .deatm...--
pedture L several tume8 a a rsa.
per aot of popleioml a d per unit of
Vatet attendans eatis hI a.ud
a 0 deIrably greater eVta proe.
to f.tto te.v ear e 40,
iwm h to erhue Ok rthe
ii .mpt I l latla, aiofa a -
Oes, desks* to. a am at?
ta*d tI n ost
e.-ee quite ItauffiItat to ato the
ota o t mae tlUM we ead.
aIn couecto wVth th dalit

next school year even before Inspec-
tlo.--' An assistant teacher may have
done much to keep up or to ra ee the
standing of a school, the average at
tendance may have fallen off and the
principal teacher may be unwilling
to lose the services of a good as
slatant. If the grants are pooled, an
adjustment of salaries Is not diffi-
cult. If it moans a slight reduodion
in- the principal teacher's salary it
may be necessary for the manage-
ment to insist on such a reduction
in the interests of the school, within
the possibilities of the Code."
Paragraph 41 is particularly
interesting. It reads thus : page
** Practeal teaching in A.riculture
and Horticulture.--There is a con
tinued increase in the number of at-
tempts at practical field work, and,
the work shown is In my estimation
&.-.Nn --r i-r-u.t..l..m *fTh .,a wa nc

-- *** *> --- -- ~- -- -vv
is not to be measured by the amount
of grants give, as the standard was
at flrst for obvious reasoLa a very
low one and has had of necessity to
be raised."

In connection with this series
of articles, we have received from
a great many sources exorebsions
of the warmest appreciation.
The series will now be continued
under the aoove titia Ed J. T.

PLATO's tate was an educa-
tionaliatitmeon, and the great
evil it had to- contend against
was .lfwilL Individualism ap-
peare din Greece as a principle of
division and confusion, and was
therefore rig rded by PLaTo as a
pinciple of eviL His only hope.
for the civilization of men lay in
the absolute subordination of thde
individual, to the 1tate. All oe
casioua therefore of selfwill
must be taken away, even the
individual should be suppressed
altogether. The great aim of the
state is to make all men of one
will ; Every- time men say
* Mine' and Thine' the stato is
in dan of division. Even
where te family was everythia
and the individual nothing, as in
the village communities of India,
tu fam ily oeam* an teenly to-
the state. PLo theborefore car-
ries oot his i ea int system of
regulated oommunion, or a So.
delibm whieh is the opposite of
the Social Cotra, which we
hew- mass -^ esM the "vid
dual will. For the further beck
from Pf o'a time, the lees we
bear of the adividel; but after

asemeni to oe produced ov Me
reckless competition in which the
weak always go to the wall ;
looking upon the poverty and
evils of various kinds that have
arisen, men have tended to widh
for a siml ler form of society, isk
which the individual would not
be s i much k-ft to himself, but
should be protected, atd kept
within certain limits by the
strong. Modern socialism there-
fare has arisen as a protest for
unity, against division ; for the-
rights and duites (of society, as
against a s) stem of universal
competition (of individual.
W ell, what we see in modern

lie is just to10 sijme motive
which animated Plato ; in order
to avoid the evils of individual-
ism, he sought to g t rid of the
iatividual altogetbhr. The per-
fect society muut allow freedom,
but that freedom m int be .iacb t .h
tu vielid to the common good.
Therefore, frow the earliest
times aqd ever since, socialism
has appeared as a real form of
society to restrain individualism
within definite limits.
Very oftea these attempts
arose from moral and religious
causes. In fact it may be said
that every time the christian idea
has been brought into promi-
nvnce, it has given rise to some
kind of socialistic proposal,
The uaity tf mankind is a ape.
c;al doctrine of christianity, and
therefore this feeling was na-
tural. Anything like the indi-
vidual asserting himself against
'the community naturally pro
vckee the community to assert
itself ag-dnst the individual.
Hence the brethrsa who wished
to have <, all things in common ;"
and again, the monk who gave
up both his property and liber-
ty to become a member of so-
ciety, and ceased to be a member
of any family. Thus then the
monastic institutions are social-
istic. And all through the mid-
die ages there is scen this effort
for the socialistic union. In
riedern times ocliatm has taken
a more economic form ; it has
.;pruqg up to remedy the evils
that have sprung up in our day.
And herein lies the chief value
of socialism, viz that while on
the onemand we have the asser-
ters of individual liberty, it is
desirable also to have some to
represent the other side of bhe

all ZI-- m winno or une tw r o rit -

Are not all trumen thatijys,

Army. sajiatud wader Egagi'i h
v,;. uodo battl# aav~nuithe UM. en0mY,
tble ampm e d tarkueusard Wrnft?
MA~Y should we ankvew eone aw'ther.

-isU06 apf~iam Se g)u lu&.A U4 DagJ RV 1""
4vowausk fro-a mere diflaa nc of sam-.
I kif 11 imiformsansha*llbeuto~odn
Sbo'.i in Uhm stxue, valiant mem. "

aMW tv y ing -qUmstonof 'alar tea,
the8.-L rtmarks, P"n 38 to Page

I I tak* this opportunity of mu
minding ana.gm e.of otkttuois jf a
pion of suat1443g 11,0 .&arm Of
64'@Oht'45 Wb*Ctb asof11t tuat-ets"tui
&At t.Aiatc 2#'v j P01, Ii.4,-1,4
adopted w iii euo .i &N 1-;18ta&
&04t 1801 4 'ei. .
tbO MeUla -L.OWCO t AM --J,.

DR. mus ". -o a .. -. .
maMlteg. 6 1 cM&hi. dsAial community as a sh, h<
.e i or other 1. AM. A 1 A.
bave ari it iee of emeh de- --
have -la -k--b o
elTopmeats of inlivdualhisa. The b RUSSIA'S EXTREMITY.U
greater the caims of the mIvi- Even the most shl ne a e
dnul j~i stronger hav been b the reader must be 4thri t w
e actions towards socialiaLm I that is coming over the wires from
hue in modern tiwes .oci 1- Russia. Like thle ird !,\ cast .up
-m ha,. taken its rise within the by a great conflagia. i come's tlhe




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4O.i nt .--4'.l .th..t.w hatam 4"a4

J'nur 28,-- 19%5---- .JMAC4 ,v

4setenees that tell of emmfidtto on i his loioured lo hem calls. tbhoe thinkers,
tumult, riot, massacre, and death, name into tdie papers., insisting I who are oeith r cowards nor
Men's heart fail them because of that he should be mad', s,istauat weaklings, will Ifave the Churob:
fear, and it would seem that we are, Bishop. One on the other side "' Potter sad Clay stand sure."
on the verge of witnessing deeds as has brought agviont the Wrdeo -
*r .. .. r, nC .-n-Ifir ,tfa-r ,r ,-,,i nc- ... ...

bowler, and Ni toe >sr' t f 'w ck-
et keeper. H. pranw.is t or fld-
ing as smart and csecurase But
in that comparison which if
odiuo is rnlighweoing ibis canny

lraZI*, 14iA4Ak TWr-F~L,&iJ W a l Fk.at m AM in.,* -,L -- -af 1. -- A--

those that ushered in the great
French Revolution. The masses
of Russia have been kept in ignor-
ance, and in subjection of the dark-
est and most abject kind, and the
tyranny that has mastered them
has not offered the only possible
excuse for tyranny, namely success,
(we say excuse, justification there
is none.) The dominant classes
have led Russian policy and diplo-
macyinto frightful failures. A crisis
abroad has found, them successfully
separated from their would be al-
lies by the masterly stroke of the
Anglo-Japanese alliance ; has
shown them their Navy ineffective ;
their Army only able to bear up in
the defensive. At home are pover-
1II~~. ii t lIU L

indif erencie to the ambitions of the
autocrarv or glowering hatred of
tr;ein. The' l\\ n-trodden masses
are !1 )\\n tiiAkiigr a desperate cff'rt
to free tr-' \-e If the effort is

I 1 ; ,144,,t( : 4 ., t t l ilti I CI t' e .
t\\ -o l i, I m.\ 't' t I,; l l ( )1
iar \\ e ,\ ,tl tiiln g tlie o liiii olf :t
tremendous rev solution. Much de-
pends on how far the Army sym-
pathizes with the people, br obeys
the autocracy. As for the unhap-
pv Czar he is too childish-foolish
for this world." Too good to desire
evil ; and too weak to pursue good
resolutely through the blood and
fury of the days in which he is
called to do his part,
The Russian masses have
strength on their side, but have
they organisation ? The destruc-
tion of the railways, the arteries of
the Military, suggest definite plans
in somebody's head.
The immediate outcome of the
present crisis will probably be some-
well-meant and well-sounding
half-promise by the Czar; from
which he will recede a few months
later, under the influence of the
Reactionaries. 1 he only thing
certain is that strong, brave men are
about to die, that the blood oe
good citizens is about to drench the
shot-beaten streets of the unhap-.
py land; and that the sword of
sorrow is about to pierce the hearts
of bereaved women and children,
through and through. Alas! God-
its Creator and its Father, help
poor suffering humanity, and cxin-
fort those wlho fall stricken by the-.
way, as the great Army of Progress
moves forward, bursting the bonds
of Tyranny and Oppression.


A number of Angti-
CU- t:EMY cans, over erigitdl
OANVA9USa. tign stores kta*. 4

tne accu-4.,uo I Dat ue uu [ULo
answer aD invitation to join the
Minister's Fraternal. He infers
widely tLerefrom. But appar-
eutly it never oocurrLd to this
clever gentIltman that the simple
explanation of the gefilenian's
-ilence may be that be did not
receiveths letter of invitation.
Mr. Farrar in our opinion would
make an excellent Assistant
Bishop, if he were not overwork
ed. But as to Jamaica in.that posi.
tion he would be bound to be in-
creosingly overworked, we oovet
for him a better fate than this
at pointment. In the neAntime
we take it on ourselves to assure
. a .i UK % L_

LIU rumuer tuuti air.X' ci rrar un
nothing to do with fostering this
unseemly canvass, which is being
conducted as if the place to be
filled was political, not spiritual,
and concerned the man on the
street, not the church meu.mber in
the pew.

If not Mr. Farrar,
TRa who will be. The
AssisTANt Church in Jamaica
BIsHOP. has several men to'
wheme the post
might well be aWigied, were it
to go merely as a recognition of'
what hem been done by them.
But at thl junture it is to the
fu-ure rather than the past that
men will !ook. auck health,
and much strength, and some
wealth, are the material mould
into which the spiritual man
must be set of him who is to be
called to be the Assistant Bishop
here-to his and car profit. A
consideration that alone takes us
r et the very respectable claim
6f men like the Venerable Aroh
desaem Downer, Canon MacDer-
nbot the Venerable Archdeacon
Davis. The new man will pro
bably oome from England. r Ad
he w almost certainly be more
favourable to te- fligh Church
party than wa Dr. Donet or is
the Arbbifbop. This wilUgen-
ly deIigfb* a number of oar
younger Anglican clergymen who
make well neitat, but at times
somewbt diwrtiag atteu pt. to
be Thh.' The solution of the'
diSffldty ia of -em iiportace
to the umoanity. generally, hut
it is N Me lly bltdh thllt

kaow- as Anuglica. If as our
earnest friends A B. At bhe

ihe esteem In wicOD
B4BsOP the now retired As
- DOLUT. Sistant Bishop wa?
held has been shown
by many expressions of sincere
rogrt at his departure, and ap-
preciation of his work here. One
of the latest of these was set
forth by the Mico Board of
Directors. We quote some of
its paragraphs. The directors
learned with profound regret,
that health retires one of their
most useful and esteemed col
leagues. For the last fort3
years Bishop Douet has been
closely identified with every
novement of a public character

calculated to promote tohe e;-
tension of both primary and se-
condary education in this island.
and his removal is a distinct lobs.
to the co'qmunity generally.
His earnest efforts on bebilf
of the Elementary School Teach
era of Jamaica, and his zeal iit
organizing And promoting Teach
ers' Assoeiations and other Agen
oies for the uplifting of the teach-
er's profession and his special
efforts for the arousing among
people of all classes, a greater in
torest in the educatio -of the Ja
maicm peasantry. have been moet
praiseworthy, and his influence
has been widely felt.' The great
ch. rm about Bishop Douet was
his hearty human feeling. It
was that, combined with high
sense of duty which made him
so beloved here. He was always

Judging from what
TowAwDm Mr. Evans told us in
PANAMA. the interview reported
in our last is ue, the.
time has come when the restrict
tions which our Government has
very sensibly and 'houghtfully
laid on emigration hence to Pa-
nama, may be les&ened and set
in train to be entirely removed
Mr. i vans assures us that men
can get work on the Isthmus
now, and that the opportunities
are broadening every day. We
are ture the Gotvernor will not
fail to look into the matter, and
open the doorlorr the exodus of
our work.aeekers as soon as it
weem s ale--which time meee

Lord Brackley said era
IN O.a departure, that eur
PRAIe cricket.ra aId our
._ -- 3.. L- ..s.. AS,..

fn'lliu a b J l sOe i;w O iwdoes
our cricket compare with English
crick, t ?

On Monday the en-
MR CUNHA's quiry was opened
DEPARTURE. into the case against
I Mr. P. C. Cunha, of
the Post Office, who is accused of
falsifying accounts. It got no
further than an opening, because it
)vas found that the defendant was
not present. It is said in fact that
he left the Island last week. He
had been bailed in the sum of j3oo,
by Mr. H. Sollas, and this sum was
paid into Court, and a bench war-
rant issued for arrest. It can
al most be taken for granted that
thii.a v -iarrn nt ,11 r"-il A til 1 ,-

t~unha leing beyond reach of our
UCourt-. It i a-painful matter to
-onmuent4>i), and were it possible
tu take a nerely personal view of
uc c;we-. \\e would let ourselves
.-l h .: .'i ,::" t1> e f'l tri t t,( pa in of
t p i ti'lii. But it 1> it p us, -
ii to lo-e s tight of thie elect of
,uchl incidents onl the community.
Is it to be taken for granted in this
Island that when a man can com-
mand enough money to give the
bail required, he can by paying
that money escape trial, and,' in
cases where -he is guilty, punish-
ment ? DO the Police accept the
position that it is none of their
business to prevent the departure of
a man under bail in a case of this
sort ? We are bound to say that,
whoever sanctions such a stytem,
it is in our opinion, demoralizing
and unfair. Demoralizing, because
it takes us back to the time when
offences were compounded by mo-
uny payment unfair because a.
well-to-do man can under it escape
the trial, and in case of guilt, the
punishment, that the poor man
who has no money must remain
and endure. There was another
case of this sort in the Post Office
only a few years ago, and the ac-
cused a man of means with rich
friends escaped. There was a case
of a young girl previous to that,
embezzling a few shillings. She
went to prison. She was poor, and
had no rich friends.

By law if the Rail-
-A RAt..v waydamages you i i
cAS any way that is ac-
tionable, your 'obh
jective of attack is the Director.
Hence Caroline Marques v. the
Director in the Kingston Circuit,
the C.. presiding, Mi Mrue
claimed 750, because heusban
was killed. It happened this wiy,
There are at Spanish Town 20
brick arches. Her husband travel.
3 : _.._-", .._ A

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Ax. A I 1 *A $ &D *m U* U- 1-a-.
etc, are pushing a disbusaion thIT to a oy more emphatically to the
was at 6rat only worrisome other part ihaa has been of
towards the unseemly. The B11k late the good custom : ,1 am
W. FH'rar, Actng Warden of holier than tho- ,chismatic,'.
the College has ha tho misfor the attitude will not be without
tune to please some of thwse gea its effect, bnt the etfect will be
tlemen, and well may be sighl, -emparatively amad. UI tAt
&Save me from my fr:euds,' For, Church oamoti lead men where
every other day or so they in- they feReasona and the best

sporting spirit, and thut he had
never received ,uch hospitality
before in his life a& he esper
ie*oed hire. Goiin more into
dettail, he said Ketr at d' Huttou
were fine bats ; Bliiton has a
sound defeice, -aiid much p~--
tienep, and is a notable sto(n
waller ;- Moiston is a splendid

'I" a. ". -. ., .-nu lt
thloutgh these, hastily putting out
hisi lead because of az* outcry, was
knocked violently against the arch,
am l from the effects of that blow he
died. The point of the plaintifs
attack lay in the claim that these
arches werebuiltfori nglih cors,
which were only 8 ft wide, whereas
thie American cars now used were
9ft !o0 inches. Yet had the arches

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not been wided.ed The defence de-
pended a good deal on the fact that
y notice the passengers were
warned to be careful, and that it
was when one leant out to an ab-
normal extent that therc was
danger from the arches. During
the trial the Jury was taken over in
the very car in which -Marques was
injured to the very spot. The dead
nhan was a carpenter, strong, sound,
and steady, 37 years old, earning
from 4s to 5s a day. The widow,
26 years old has two children to
support. She got 120

An incident occurred
A POLICEMAN to Capt Wynyard, the
IN HIS FOLLY. famous English bats-
man ere his depar-
ture with his fellows, that evident-
ly made him very irate. We would
really have expected a man of his
calibre to take the occurence with
more humour. True the Pol icemani
acted the part .fa fool, \ et it leenii
to us we would rather have en-
joved the incident ourselves, as a
new experience. To be taken to
the lock up \\ when we deserve it-
l, i.r t to he t;i1k0' their,

ve \ ,j. It i ll thus : L,, i
hired a blh, without that pre-ar-
rangement as to remuneration
which w\e' who know the Kingston
Jehu recognize, is no luxury but a
necessity. When the journey was
over, Jehu asked 2os, for' what the
Captain'sexpert adviser told him
was worth 8s or 9s. Nine shillings
were offered and refused. Then
began rhetorical passes-and final-
ly it being a time when- none was
needed-there appeared a Police-
man, and to him Jehu turned.
This blithering idiot of a police-
man decided he must effect an ar-
rest. Bihold then Capt. VWynvard,
and hi, fldus Achates Burn, marched
off to Sutton St. Frue-, the s4lvy
policeman says, he "only asked
them to come," but to a law-re-
specting Briton such asking (be-
- shrew iti is commanding. For
once Inspector Wedderburn was
not equal to the occasion, and the
impotent conclusion was an ap-
pointment for all concerned to
meet again next day-the busman
refusing i2S offered. In the end the
man got i6s. and the Capt., it is
said, a lItter of apology on behalf
of a too zealous. slightly silly, but
certainly not a cowardly police-
man. Captain should take
the incident smiling.

The most interesting
BOARD OF outcome of the meet-
EDUCATION. ing on Tuesday was
the Governor's note,
saying that he had as yet not form-
ed an opinion as to whether direct
payment to head teachers instead
of payments via managers would
be the best plan ; but in any case

the time was nol ripe for such a
case. The J.U.T's protest against
giving Agriculture too large a
place in the schools was read, but
not discussed. The re,,t of the bus-
iness was routine work and of se-
condary importance. A discussion
- f a pamphlet -on malarial fever,-
proposed for use in the Schools, led
r. Johnson to say, very.sensibly
we think, that what we w\\nt i-,,

something much simpler, "but more
important, viz teaching our people
the use of pure air, cleanliness, etc.
The annual meeting of
Tras CHARIT tthi Society was held
ouGANIZATION.oU rzueday at the
Kingston Merehant's
Exchange. The Governor who pre
sided pratsed the work, but made two
suggestions; that It should be ex-
truded to the Island as a whole, and
that perhaps the Organization should
out tuk- on a Servant's Registry, In
view of the large staff that such a
Kglistry would need. He promised
to look into the argument for Legis-
lation to deal here with stranded
aliens The Archbishop also spoke.
The attendance was disappointingly
small, and despite Ithe fact 't f the
mee ing being held at the Exchange
to attract the Merchants. The Be.
poit was Interesting, but not suffi-
ciently compressed. The Receipts for
the year were 171 against 106 in
1903, but these lucluded Governor
Hemmings 50. Nearly 200 cases were
dealt with, careful enquiry being
mdde Into each ease. There are -250
n times on the Servants' Register, and
he servants had been helped by that
Branch of the Society. There is on
ioot now a scheme for establishing :
Kitchen Garden on which deti uite
men who will work can find emply-
ment. ['he Directors and Officers of
this u eful Society des-rve great cre-
di' for th-ir lab urg, ar, much fullkr
pili' support financially than they

Mr. Barclay on A wednesday
THE J A S. to a meeting over which
the Governor presided,
presented the Report which told of
the halt year's work. Fewer shows
than usualwere held owing to Hurri.
cane effects but for the on coming six
months there are programmed more
Shows than uiual. 2i5 persons have
received from the Society Cotton
seed amounting to 4672 lbs, and 283
worth of seeds and Stock were pro-
cured tortmembers of Branch So-
cieties. this is an Important de-
partment of the work. 32,400 of the
Journals are now issued. The Gov-
ernor had the ungrateful task of
telling the Society the Government
could only spare 1250 for i's subsidy,
owing to bad times. There wa some
little discussion of this, and after a
vain asking tor 13itu. tih suni of 2C0o
item for Shows was struck out, a:ul
Revenue estimated at 1473 ail toli.
expenditure at t457, We advise our
readers to be' careful ere they con-
demn the Governor's stand. Bather,
as Col Ward points ont, he deserves
sympathy in hii resolution to keep
our expenditure down. All that we
aak is that he will go right round the
circle, and cut some official. salaries.
as well as grants to Societies. There
is a tendency just now nt to give
the Governor fair play. We ap-"
peal to Jamaicans to be wiser,
and more manly. His alleged a centre.
cities have as little to do with the re-L
matter as a woman'* Parts fashion with
-eir virte. --h betble to aduinisterttbe
public affairs with defiaitene-s, strength
ad taing ab lit ?

The Bee 13





(Onmmisg es a n6dd As iiserries.)
To day 28th-Agriealtural Meeting, Port
Maria, 2 p.m.
29th---4th Sand after Epiphany.
Harvest tansksgiving (Wesleyan)
Brown's Town
30th-Clarendqn irait Court oeuos.
Miss Pollen-Barry on Canada," Dea
eoness Home.
Missionary Meeting, (Baptist) Hanover
Street, 7 p.m.
Slst-Harvest Sale, (Wes.) Brown's
Beta sails for Hali'az.
8.8. Dora arrives from Colon.
Concert 8ilUors' Rest.
Marine Board Bnqiary.
Ist-Cayman Grand Coart opens.
a.s. Port Kingston arrives at Bristol.
2nd-C-odlemas Day.
3rd-T.. U. T. Executive Committee,
7 p m., Mico.
R. M Stesmer from Southampton.
JA. 29th-George III. died 1820, aged ~
30th-Charles 1. beheaded 1649.

The Charity Organisatlon.
The followingg are extracts from the
Report i f he above Organisation. They
illnmtrie excellently the nueful work
that is being done by this Society :
With the exception of the Inspector of
Poor's Department, there was no other
agency in Kingston carrying on a more
useful work than tbi Society in connec-
tion with the difficult problem of the re-
lief of poverty and distress in a populous
The Soeiety is extending its correspon-
4ene with te b oter West Indisa Colo-
nies, bth with regard to the treatment
of stranded aliens, and had been referred
to for information rspeettin eases which
had found their way to the United statess
and wbich was well known sU gream la
Among tWe cases dealt with was this:
H: :Entiishmnan,. staving, lInat every-
thion through mlsfortuie ; assisted with
fool tickets and money, well to do rela
tives in England c respond with, cbeque
50 sent through the society, man refund.
ed part of money, applied the small capi.
tal to trading, is doing fairly welL
The Dtrectors again large the charitably
disposed to put a stop to indiscriminate
alms-divino, in the majority ofcases
the begtgars in the streets and the people
who beg from house tn bhoae are rank
the Vice-Proedeut was once called to
witness the transfer from a certain offi-
cial to a well known beggar of over* sixty
sovmeigns the remisult of quiet savings In
The Archbishop in his speech said:
One advantage of a Society like this was
that it took care to enquire into the real
needs of individuals who applied for help,
and to record that knowledge-not for
pub ioation that
have it aoce-sible wben they ea6e to de
ermine finally what was to be done.



claunRcm SWrlPuEUT

of NOW


English and French Dress Goods.
Muslins in hundreds of makes, colours and designs.
HATS-Latest London and Parisian styles, trimmed and untrimmed.
Beautiful Dress and Millinery Trimmings.
Thousands of Novelties of many descriptions, all specially suited for
the Season.
Curtains, Art Muslin, Damask and all other Household Requisites in

Our Show surpass anything ever exhibited before, and
upholds even our high reputation as


Toilt So &pF
For First-Class Family


Buying an inferior and perhaps unsafe
Family So p. at however low a price, is
the worst domestic economy to practise.
are made specially for finrst-lass family
mse. Thrre is nothing wicked or se ret,
or haSaftt, of a7y of the t leeanslele.
ents of which they are compounded.
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IF-ashlion. Iornea.

I--r-- tae dflu rtt hose who would
think it as much of a sin to wash with
impure soap as to cook with impure ,sater.
Oolgate's Bath Soap is an extra large
soap., elicately perfumed with lasting
rose odor; splendid for shampoo and daily
toilet use,-Price per doz. 5/, eake 6d.
Dr. sanb's EBv White Soap.-The
grandest Soap in the world f r skin and
oomp;C'xion, ide with the "wbtin of
eig*, ,nd sweet n.ilk; makes the skin eo '1,
soft anI sweet.-Pr ce per doz 4/6. cake 6d.
W. H. I UNDIE, Il Hitbour St..,
3 doors we : of Colonial Bank,

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Q lonoert at uainlo Res' t
The Comest at VMr. Deamniton's
laUior. "itt next Tueday evaennprem.
Se@ obeo a eMunt sffi4r. wel worth
attending. Tbe numbers will lolade a
emale song by Mr. P. A. Qovor-mwho eo.-w
D-e his own words and maice, and whoe
aa qaite a gift in this lne, a piauoforte
duet by the Misses MlsFayden Smith;
a violin solo by Mr. Roanesy, and num.
bers by Miss Booat, Mr. L. Isase.,
Miss Grheby. Mr. Randall and Mr.
The Ion. FH C. Bourne will preeide.
The present Concert bu been organize, d
by Mrs. Conok, the plan being that each of
the ladles who assist Mrs. Denviston
should take ehage of a concert to aid the
RBeet. Tickts are only 6d.

Hanover St Baptist Chappel.
Missionurv Sermons on behalf of the
Jamaica Baptist Missionary Soe ety take
lace to-.iorrow, when the Rev. P. M.
Loveridge. of Culebra, Panama, preaches
at 11, Sau the Reve. T. Adam, M.A., and
E. Armo.m Jones at s3.30. and l4..
On Mon ing will be eld, previdEd over by His
Honour A. F. Kinmdon, Euqr.. R,M. The
following Ministers will iave addresses
Beva. W. Pra't, M.A.. T. Adam, M.A ,
W. J. Williams, R. Reinke, W. Priest-
nal and S. IM.Loveridge.
rbhere will be a collection in aid of the
above Society.


1180 Prizes DRAW No Blanks

il Impre the tarat Business.

WANTED-Boys as Boarders, who
may be set to the Mntego Ba School.
Terms 10/ for boys under 12 years weekly
and 12/ for boys over 12 years, payable
monthly in advance. Incluaive charges.
Address Mrs. Whittingham, Monte.o
Bay P.O.
TO SELL -Premises 76 Tower Street
oppo-ite Wesley Chureh, contsiting of
drawing room, two bedrooms, dining room
and all necessary out-buildings. Sewer.
age installed. Apply to H. R. 0. Garsia,
12 Port Royal Street. 4
WANTED-Situation by a y1 unD girl
of 1,, asMaOTHEk's l6cP or NuR*s RY
GOVKRNLSS ; able to teach von g child.
dren. Apply to Mrs. Lt. Ool. Rauch.
9 Blake Road, Kingston.
AN ENGLISHMAN (37) intelligent
and enereetie, desires position in any eas
paucity. Good references. Small salary
accepted. Address W.E.W. the Jamaica
lTimea, 128, Harbour St., Kingston. 2
1 January 26, 1905
left my home and protection from
the Srd instant without mv know ledge
or consent, I do not hold myself respon.
able for say debts oantrsaced by ler.

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January 28, 19(5


t 36 B0j" t*', wweth easw to ta Ianeb atm o the day ater aat tmj
S. give au some po Io the gam' st tal of 46. a reCord for tile sd,
-- Iscldod Ca E. K. .. WyaOwrd, who h. for the loss of 7 wickets; Oaptain Wyn-
If you took a walk id Kingston, ttaloed the zt4ibh of every Eaglsh yard treating as to 153 rnos 'n IMs best
at the corner of Princess St. and cricketer, thiat be has bea chosen to style, and Hayes knocking the bowlers
Water Lane you would notice a reprewont his country is a test mateb all about for 76 ras n Somerset and
Water Lane you would notice a n the Antralans. Us hoi oryeiOr Cole aso played well foa 68 each. In re-
large and handsome building, with reun the maiu-stay of the -asupshiirC. ply to tahi, for ae, Luog t?..t.1 we put ap
massive stone pJiltar, looking very Leam, which now without bi regular U3 for thb firet innings, Wilson hittias
much like a church. It was, in fact, service is qa te I ow do wn is the Cuem neis hr wisely nor well for 63. Barton's
a Jewish synagogue at one time, but P1^hp "at hare was 32 wheo he was moot nfor-
a L. n oa}e)., one of the most promising young tunately ran oat.,
it is now the Montpelier Cigar professi'.als ij Englhnd,(he made 273 nrt (To be continued.)
Factory, famous all over Jamaica out playing agtawut Derby last season).
as the place in which the best cigars thompelm, another ptofesional who ha DANTE'S BEATRICE-
and cigarettes in the Island are m has admitted into tbe INSTITUrg LECTURp -
manufactured. Who is there in Ja- irst Clas Coasty 0hamploishtp, and
maica who has not heard of Rose- hb now soeomzpaniel teams to every pet on Wednesday nkiht at the lnsttate
bud Cigarettes and Golofina Cigars? -f tthe world that agtlisb teams vist; the Rev. Thom. 8. Goudge, B. 4., read a
Nobody of any intelligence. Every- Bbden one of the bet bits at O(mbridge paper on ** Daute's Beatrie-A reality, a
knows that if a gentleman people years ago Foley, a well known symbol an ideal"
body knows that if a gentleman idee icketer; Bara, who did yeo The audience thengh not large was at
wants a good cigarette he calls for man service with the ball for Oxford a few tentive and appreciative. Canon Simms
a Rosebud, and if he can afford to ears ; Simp -i r one of te presided.
b GoT lob-bowler in agd, i tn faet D. L. Mr. Goadge who has been for twelve
buy a choice cigar he wants a GoTo- Jephon is his only rival, (In a Gents years deeply interested in Dante, reoount-
fina. Why is it that these cigars v Players math ie dispatebed 5 of the ed the story of Beatriee from incident
and cigarettes are so much better Players for 17 runas md won the matob to icideadti the few that are known,
than others and are so much liked? r his side]. Somerse who scored a till Dante dreamt that he saw Bestrie
n r r to century agatst the West India tama -Ad, brght -only too true.-
In regard to the Rosebud Cigarettesa Lo. Lord Brakley who plays The Poet then attracted by the charmes
there are two principal reasons. tor the I. Zmtnir, one of the li-d of -aaymiathetic lady, and leanIg his
First, they are hand-made. It you tug club in Eagland; and Mesra. fealty to dead Beatrice left the city.
were to go inside the building that Drummond, Oole and Powys.Keck,-ll He related Virgil's leading Dante
look like a church, you would find u of disntuetion at some time or other throurb the Infernal Purgatorial and
look. like a church, you would n to the cricket world. Celestial region to Beatrioe who chides
over a hundred girls busily employ- Againat this team of first class cricket- him for being inconstant.
ed in making cigarettes. Each girl ers we placedd our strongest available He dealt at length and with strict im-
who is ain expert worker can make eleven, ten of which were natives, and partiality on the various critics of Dance
u\Ver t\\ ,() iTl,.;[d C'iarete-', &i. i he o her member ol the team an officer whose views were divided into 3 classes :
ver tw trom Camp. Three of these gentlemen Realistic, Symbolistic and Idealistic.
\ erv tid(\, (ldet-et IUking g ii thiev have seen cricket in England, all of tLem, The Roalists say Dante loved Beatrice,
are, 1,,l tt!ih( liinti,,-t C !Lair Iac- with possibly one exception, have been really living woman.
tory paNs thle reatest attention to slt taught, hencewe have everyreason The Idealists that Beatrice was his
r- t t aes ate to be satisfied with their performance Ideal endowed with all the graces of a
everything that can ensure the ex- Toe ir s match against the vstors who woman never to be seen on earth.
cellence of their cigarettes. If you w.re then oat of form and 7naequainted The Symbolists compared the story to
examine the tobacco the girls are with our wtekets, light etc., rescued in a the figre of the Church being the Limb's
using, you will find it is not cor- draw A iderably In oar favour. wife.
usion tobacco such a is nm cotim We basted irt ad seed 1i ru Mr. Cowper in thanking Mr. Goudge,
mon tobacco such as is sometimes Lthank principaly to a good start by proposed that Mr. (4ondge -h.-d gave a
used in making cigarettes. It is motta and BFrton, and a fSe L Animng by series of lectures on Dante.'
choice tobacco grown by Cubans for ilson who wth Nelson made a stmad Mr. Simms endorsed the proposal.
the most part who live in different hen a going bd. Mr. Godge is willing to oblige if the
t par t wo liv in Tie iguishman replied with 121, leetutne could be arranged for.
parts of Jamaica, and is blended by Thompe a award tt well could be arranged r.
a Cuban expert. No wonder that 3s and SO res tespesively, sad Brack Bog Walk Again.
the people of Jamaica like Rosebud ley playing steadily for 19; Moieto,the --
Cigarettes when they are of such Leas low bowler. ably assisted by Nel- After much talk a case based on
celtt li A e p s on, secured 5 of their wickets for 49 ranm that awful accident at the Bog Walk
excellent quality. At the present and Morison and Shamaon two eeh for Pipe has reached the Courts. Ade-
moment the people of Jamaica can- s5 a piece. line Brown sought for damages from
not get all the Rosebud Cigarettes In our moond innings Kerr and Moiston Messrs Lewis and Duperrouzel person-
they want, the enormous quantity compiled 78 runs for the Aret wicket, Kerr ally, they being Managers of the Oar
pl ug with all ease and grace of which Con, my's Works in the pipe of
produced at the Factory being not nDe capable when he forges his nerves whnb her husband was drowned on
nearly sufficient to meet the still hti oontrtb tlon was 44 and Moiston's 30. the oooason of the disaster. He was
larger orders. That is why, when Liter in the innings when things wee a labourer earning 10s weekly. There
you ask your dealer for Rosebud oot. wa o o was a strong rsTay of kola talent on
lrand B -Button played eseatly; the the case. For the plaintiff appearing
Cigarettes, he sometimes tells you eo u 5 m obtained prtoel Barristers Hestor Josepha am
Haven't got any." To sum up, ll drives. badw also I blnson, Instructed by Mr. Baggott
the Montpelier Gi ar Factory is. *3OW mrvice tei Captain Grey. Mr. Lewis'Counsel were Mesarws
hesful, ewt aue the management Fw was eatd to declase a 9 8 mn Oughton and SBtern, and Mr. Duper
success because e management e s, the Engls 270 rouser, Mees.s Brown and Levy. The
have always believed m pronucmg ra teo maM -- little over two hours. omae was takin by the Q.J In the Cir-
the best cigars and cigarettes it is Th ea tey made -s amttept to do this oult Court. The special jury found
possible to produce. their a ee w e% fell for 106 rs at for the defence.
tWhe call of time, Captan Wynyard top
THE CRICKET SEASON. n with 3;-t v s-me Conductors Lack Courtesy.
I omideraby In our favour, ,-
REVIEW OF M&TCRES It .is nss y to o R dtts Talking ot iuoroUg_ oncr-C Swevtw-
AoAINS STNOQISU T AWA. ot tansfer tickets, etce wil do muoh A
f- I Te e6ogrls,* to bad Singa1 d little training of T ahe Coudctor in t
(By Our Spcia Cornpedmt.) htSOL.pr. it U 5 courtly sad discretion would do more.
ramCapt-Chpae.WyawUrdm bhlbg the f _ut The 'Of of iway of -theml, mYl
There am ay per a t Jatota g y ita09 e ta., bad when they mean well lack politl deeid
who, because we ail time after tUae to g ry for 79 rm ; te l. We aw thm haen Thrd
win matches against voting cricket team t XVIII. lid with 1 ater te night. Two ladlesd a n aea m.
from England, are wont to or downoutr bt ar wieauts aad poem 11 tb O R Ie1r. The lady sittg neuM t
ngard the great different bt etee awie the I8iadEMs for W0 sa as the Ooadutor preseatel the1
am as played in mngla n and an mae Br got S w ets for 18 runs. bo but he Lapparently did not e o 0 r I
mre oatu hre ;the tyforgat thatin Te. s. T. a. En gish lke k. do Aftr akn the oher'asi k

land riket regarded a eanb ecithey o i o mpfM tagleeet l e Jam s .
not only forthis the wealthyd be les nrelie d a the a. a the proamme bt iS Our Schola rpe.
t alspeafor teisr o effort to h v o ne asa to e itre th de match ats ttd of a ta t.the
are game, safficntlyd more ed to nasksntd elIt _as s r Monis smaad te iWd to extend the period
t our ricketers invite thee gentlemen bt of the Wesseed being an of dth. oer which na nsh likelihood. of pete lady
i swaroed not.ae mn e totst ta me1t e pmrlongea p-wr bowled deadly ttee; pting a petty fraud a order
in the fro n but o learn of the m ad cla ain he tar it w not rpr i g forand to daive everyone a chance of lk g the
esp bat ieace tpr the team that have t 1e atted all the hat dy n. bet showing poibl

cxp~iucti.tham to have battwd all the next day un 1 best showing possible.

It is known on the IshtA- now that
the American Zu Ato e a
anxious to get for their Ple P FormeJa.
maleams bath as private mad noWam
and of ewr w ay thoe wha re"
been in the ore here. Nodoobmea
this the Police Departemat here ha bt
eo--m-Q9*e-ted with and dee-a M eof
the term ofed. Te tatter, w bee
are 830 upwards maothly In Amertea

The last wickt bet wem Al Jamaio.s
and the Enfash En n -Mhdl-
dI.Mtlr'r-t UL -.t hl -asd "t"
day. handed en a aOtry o the-
Visitors by one IMa8n8, 2 wiketsf_.
a" 1u6-una. __ -- p-
givenlk the ar ;tf-b &o
A apeoal Conatributor dea with
the saooesa Ie aaodtber n-sma It k
a pity the M aO WM pot losm W
illow of o Gr dntuilg
whol the am pb*natio ot oar df" t

(By AWL log".
Yesterday' cablee bold of a farther out
streak Ramia at Rigs where anyvan
th b pupdWtr were s*hot down by the *sol.
The Japanese have dmad another coal
Cold and stormy eathr eoatine" a i
the States where reYestly o heavywa
the snow fall that it held up traffic ia
New York for3 days.
The Kaiser has paeamoala,
The perfect Throat Mad v .e P
AUtisepti e Stimalaftin& au ip t

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Aunt Maneo.
We aw4orry to hive to bald over the
report ti" week.
A Temperanoo Meeting.
A Tw perame-tM is 1o0 be bwld at
St. Baesas, Ntetber's Ltad, on Tem.
day, 31st lust. A oordal Invitation to all.
The Deeaoonese Home.
The distribution of p-is." in conneetion
Sixth the CotiuaUtion School, take-
placo t the ome on Feb. 2d, at 4 p.m.
The Commercial.
The Commereial Bar, 101 Harbour St.
will reoetve by the next Royal MdU Do
its usual supply ot English delliais,
iaeluding Bloater, kipper, Cheddar
Cheese, Oysters, Me., SeM. r early.
An Earthquake.
A pretty severe shoek of earthquake
was experienced here yesterday a St..
The tremor travelled from South a -
to North West. So serio waa tha
w*ock thmt people rushedhasty out of
the Institute building when it occurred.
The Militia.
The Governor appeals to employers of
Militia Inlfntry men to give ihe latter
facilities for attending the ten days corn
pulsory traiu:ng that lasts fro.i February
2!d to the lith inclusive. We teel sure
hit employers will be patriotic and sensi-
b*e enough to respond geaerct-aly.
The Gramaphone.
The Reeital given by Mr. R V. Hoff.-
mann at the Boy's leforeatory, last
Wednesday, was a mot e*j -yable foe-.
tion, sad it is hope i that Mr. Ho#f&au
will see his way to again give as another
of his rare musical treat at no distant
date --(CoxxMVICArT ).
Fighting The Burglars
Kiniatouiaas, indignant at the sumer-
OuG robberies jut now taking plase, and
that no discoveries are made of the d.-
liaquents, must not think thac the Police
if ansncoessful are supreme. We believe'
that no fewer than 3U odd deteti.vm ame
on special duty now every nigit in Kng-
Another Panama Opening.


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Th* Bihop .1f arns..
sfolus WOW.,
By heso. SGC frm New York the

"rThali only 3,000werkmen are now eMDUi op I 4N b InI
Inpi.ved on theI thnia ana esn .tal a read 'Wilfid Bird a aornt
aortly wil send fully 10,000 men to& aisis Wtiall. M.A. strived In his adiocese laIst
into the work sad to thatis'ead will fall the moabh. He lnded amid rain and drove
task of supplying vqegtables Md pre to AddingtonS ome whieh had ben gaily
decorates in honour of his rrlv*sJ an arch
slon at market quotations which the of welcome being treated over the stop.
United Stale. will liquidate. This latter He was elected Bishop by the Twenty-
fact should give Jamaica the opportunity D t Synolof the Church the Diocese
t _bo- ~me th opportun*ity In June 1904 In uoesesiom to ti late
of its existence to develop its latent re in Rn.e end Hear Norris Churton
sources and forge forward in the direction irownea off Ragged ,land while at.
of agricultural progress temp Ilin to reach his yacht to January,
Saeh t the expresed opinion of J.C. Bisbop Horuby was born in 1851 and
Rodg*ea. an Eaglishman who has arrived wva educated at Braenose College, Ox-
in Mexico from spending several' weeks f ,rd. In 1 s7,i be was ordained Deacon,
Panaau where says an exebange he be and Pries, in 1877, 1892 he was Vicar
came thoroughly conversant with the in Sanderlt4d. He was consecrated Bishop
problems undertaken by bhe United S(atse o' N) assaland. Bis arduous labours and
when they acquired the righ, to dig tbh t. png climate compelled him so relin
enal., Mr. Hu iyswm says the rainy sea qish b hii episcopal diides and return to
son is now retardin, work, but that the England in 1894. He resumed work as
ead of January will ,se more activity Hecrmr of St. CleBeent',, Norwibh. -The-
there thn sr any their time sinee the Bi bope first euracy was under the Right

cAnal proje&L was broscbed and begun uy
the French company
Mr. Ho 'gon s&ys-'" Many of the
irme friends of the nerroes of the south-
ern United State intendedd that they
be given the tak. Investigation soon
disc' sAed that the southern negro cid not
crave work ,n thu hot country and that I
Lhey dec!,hnd : o in sutficeat numi'err
to make t- w rpkiug force eveun I>ok re-
spectable- In .hitL emergency nogo:ia
Uons were begun with the Jamaican gov-
ernment and the e ended by the canal
commission securing all the laborers they
wanted conditional it is said upon a pro-
viseo that when the laborers had complet-
ed the undertaking they were to be re-
turned to Jamaies without expense to
them More men cannot be used just
mow as all the saneS bave not been com.
posted, Subseqenatly, however the en-
tire forty-seven mil aerose the isthmus
will be a regtalar beehive of industry. and
the Jasaican laborers will greatly be in
the predomtnanse.
Supplies for more than army will be
needed and that is w Jamaica should
ma ke shr matut showing. The distance
between Panama and Kingston, Jamaies,
ia 500 miles, considerably shorter than to
any other base of supplies The Ja-
maican laborers employed on the canal
have been acruostomed to living on the
productset their island, and it is' quite
likely that they will insist on provisions
from the island. All thA vgstabl,
,,s, ewi, .w s of ssdes9u

oan la.hr ia the front rank among
the 'SUakmn i aa s *

By Faith

abroad, ad to wvel y, sad be had tobe

.the poor
And Ou f will iw lw us more aad
Ris blew ho' powfral, we may not'
Beanse w do not all good wthitg re-
But waitt on the Lord," and truly we
That we w.r em ma- d, by the Great
When shower of ~'ulMtge, as then
will all
And learn by faIk tha~, we ena hrst
Him for al,

W. Hi (Itamrt,

51 John's Lame,

96 Duke S teet.

to Ktofstoe atter ls holdays aid has
wnsse er dalsue m ear u.now hed
at U Duke t., KItangstom.
To a.1 -who deie a'al themelresa
et the t trwmet pated by a thor.
eeghly oepets. and brileasnt teacher,
we recommend Mrs. Maopheson.


It-'. I. I. ,nhurton, a former Bishop ol
N Assi, and bis Chaplain's first cur*cy
was under Bishop Hornhy.
uteh p Hornby visited the Bahamas
hve years ago as the guest of Bish-'p
Direct episcopal functions were first.
exercised in Bahama by the Bishop of
famaicu in 1P'26, Since IS'l the Bishop,
ri (if Na,&,u has existed a- a separate
Bishop IHornby is the sixth occupant
of the episcopal seat, the first Bishop
appointed by Queen Victoria in 1861, was
Charles Caulfield. HeAdied in 1862.
The Rishop was enthroned Dec. 30th.

DAvYToN.-The meeting of the Apli-
cultural Society had Rev. J. Watson in
the chair, D. Phillips, J. T. I Palchbe
E qs Agricultural Instructor, the Secre.
tary and a large crowd of ladies and
other gentleman were present. The Sec-
retary wa n instructed to Rend up the
affiliation fee to the parent Society.
The President introdnuid the books on
Loan Banks and Mr. Palache g,%ve a very
interesting lecture on Co.operation. He
made reference to coffee as the chief pro-
duet of tleb parish and as to ho thea
price t relatively too low as compared
smh the prie 10 orIt 12 yea lgo_ ie-
insisted on tle on operation Io the, man.-
fature and sale of prodteea. Re fm
p aeorvi theomplseto gt s o0*4eoms

;o all ad a hel t e I
aom. Rev. wa Ou empWmd e ts
of Ah plan be ntrodnoeda Per a
how it ,ioeeded and how iatai
some points, warning tha people to be
careful to put thi on a ,proper working
Th following gentlemen also spok :
Mr. D. D. Phillips, Mr. Jno. Wangh.
Mr. Thomas Morgan, Mr. J. H. Waltnrs
moved a vote of tbhanU Mr Pa.hei
T-he ooks are now on bind for sale a0
a 44 each. The paper on Income and
expenditure of average settler, is in
-abeyance atil the *grioultural Losa,
Bank books are read and discussed. Mr,
J. H. Walters is asked to draw up a paper
oa the subject. Next meetio lis Febi u-
I ary 0th 3 p.m. Mr. Palache will help
to the dismo..n and.if practicable, form a
Loan SS nk.
The fall sorn is coming in at Sa to 4s
per bebetl.
SThe people are busy clearing up grounds.
SA few gentle showers tell.
The Davyton school re-opeaed on the
lOth, the i 70 odd. Other schools
opes e k wh their tea ers re

Cricket in the Country.
At Moast Ceml, Upper Olareadea,
the Moat Carmel C. 0, Playe the Bx.
sels0er O. 0. of Red Hills, It resulted in
a detory for the viter by 28 an4 1

wicket. The bowling wejood. In the
first innings Tonliam (( ouut Canmel)
and Iases" (Exeelior) each took 6
wicke's for 8 runs; while th i ReV. Wil-
son (Mount Carmel) took 5 wickets for 12
runs, and Captain Taylor (Excelsior) took
4 wickets for 6 runs,
Total scores for the lides, Mount ar-
mel, 26 lanthe first latog em 47 in the
second, Breliaor, 30 in the first and 71
wi tbh I wicket) in the reed.
The King.
"" ~- ..

If the King should go yachting at all
in the Mediterranean this early spring, it
will probably be in order to go to Athens
to his brother-in-law's. But thedifficulty
in the way 9f this family arrangement is
the susceptibility of fTokey. It would
be awkward for him to be so near. Con
stantiuople and not to go to the Saltan,
an4 a pity as well, sinoe the Kalter made
seo soufa-S l si iaapreesiom the t ow
years ago (much benefiting Germany by

it) a rountals of a very pushing cnwaMt.I
(w. -thetically speaking) stands in front of
Santa Sophia, and reminds the daily
Turk of Ge:;many, while we, in our Royal
person, have neither been nor set up any
fountaiu. The Kaier however, will
make h's Mediterranean cruise in a few
m,*nth~, if hie mind holds good.


KIsoarox, JAMAICA.
Our Carriages are Elegant. Ou
derses well bred and well trained.
Our Coachmen Intelligent anu eIvti
asking a turnout for comfort, eleganee
tad style unequalled.
CAPrrAL.............................. 2,127.50

Presu. Rerve Funds.
1880-426,:568 A 265,729
1890- 702,347 22,026
1900- 955.706 1,201,778
rotal Losses paid since
eovmerCA nwnst -. F10,1e6,5uL.
P3CIAL FLATUIES,-Fire Bsnatea:

lJUyj. BOUAJ m eU&U anUU m .uwEraw ra
queted free of charge. No Life Bus.
ame or Liabilities. Absolute security.
All funds available sur Fire Claims.
Liberal settlement. Policy-holders tI.
mur no liability. Prompt payment.
Agents in Jamaica,


Form A.-Application to bring Lands under the Registrar
tion of Titles Law, 21 of 1888.
WUan Bs the several Parties mentioned below have applied to have the Land
aerein respectively described brought under the Registration of Titles Law-No. Y1
of 1888; and the Referee having provisionally approved of the R gistration cf
ritles for the said LandI and having directed that pnblication ..e same be made
Sspeified below, ad that Notice be sered on the I ..ona in puasseson, charb e
of, or owning the adjoining Lands.
TuIs s therefore to Notify all person having any interest in or claim against
she said Lands meattomed below that in case no Caveat forbidding the Registratir n
of the Title to an of te eld Lands be re. %ed b mne on or before the expiration f
the period mted or lodging Ca repee ny parcel of Land deseribd
below Ith I ha pceed by Law directed, to bring ch Lands under the opea-
tion a"ahdi Law. HY. P. POUYAT, Bewtrar of Trts
MN.B.-L"P-em of Caveat may be had on application at the Office of the Tit& .
Barrack, Kinatoe

Asm~-t AppftCaetm

menjamtn Tboma
o iKackoie, tolat
Patsh of Ciaem-

Fresnes MeParatne
nee Ourate of awift
River, in the Pardt
of PormtIs, tbh
Wife of Jamp
MeFarlane, Jeua
Curate, plaster,
and Alexander
Leckey, planter,
respectively, of
Swilt vAer atore-

Ndward $MWel
Brioee"L of Ofw
ish ol Beta Janeo
A-lm b





Lab ft-- 1- -

Mr. J. H. Wittra Us trmnat the choir
to reer a mIedal ame en tie
1th FA coleetion wl
be alli forcthO Oau Pud.
A mI Is about here trying to catch
"m or duapp."
eYeag Pple's Aeooltieon is pro.
grIonag, the pO.a.M.e each Friday
Iealtasef 1. Study of a BibleOhapter.
, AdraMs. BeadIngs 4 Songp eme
The yeng men are Intere ted.
Theformatleo of a Lads' Brigade Is on
foot, Apply to the teacher for inform


All, 004 pieo OfImrsl o nd
formoey part Of Maekse PIISu

TasAwe nd bizolng
or 41 L.;I~ With the

im9th Jasty, 1905.
All th it pime -or parcel of Lan4
4sate a the Paribh of Portland,
se tintlg by earvy 2 roods and 28
eram, more or ie, and batting
7m oondl-a t sy-" e plan or dia
:ram thereof lod with the appit-
5ation a marked with the letWr
i .l more felly app* or however
thewtee the odd piee or paroel of
slad msy be bted% aded, known,
4AinAabed wdearibed.

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All thatpiseelta

I., it' P12~Au t m&*ia,


f d wrd410iof,
now o the of Sophis

on lead now the pror of dwar
Samel Brinsett, and aing part
Westerly on the Pub Road from
Duckets' Spring,








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January 28, 1i05 JAMA I A TIME 8. 1
Ss liBythe wJay" e soe tta o stwodi '

0 our aomost chlrst h"ve bee sold, sor
-Dres irtel ed Parqestte t S3. 4s 4
O ur A t For F" The "b "ond 4.. ad at S.
Merchant O -Venie." eu Dne and abt r(GAOyler p) ed on i,

.easton above thaes prices on our aecoot.
SWith Benason Company e s ot benefited t a
I n ar monetary was by th sale v4of rhre

Seso e hs bee p, .. s TONIC, RESTO.RATIVE, DI ESTIVE WIN
ht .acc s r ..ocr. ticket l at any prils bove t ordinary. u
o-- our 1ay to iket havp e seean old, tor
Driem Virch aftd Paqwetto a 3 44
Thd3 Caqte FIor rhe -pBokj and 4 .. and Mt %. 6j

whpom we rchane Ofadh Vd hte" entranl ane d at wVr(G lery) and on n oc
I ft enina e otribted by s as v &hpi n o bAeeoa ts eios onit.o ur acu t .

thr brfllt len. Bt there I rep td the o pad y has bad noAd
There wocers of a Cops om the onson Company's monetary benefit whaAVr by tthe sU.e

kLat ewoea thoe actho nor do U.ot rq o io O s ** tw prnia mel

forge Therr taboo i behemond, o o Dor y Orets ir ,e. u Iseh bottee o .e. !1 8AI.i*A A bear, Si
pehk, od ot before the eooeu v But te re o sf the Aur ipar s atd ata

their responsibilitiese are no light on ,. B IMat thd taldeted yeag aetrsd
whom we have watched withat ehoe.ea al vnd very warm Jakst ( r To Aiodo l T
their brilliant alent. But there an etndedpot, to me oi Jaaies Ai A tA ty a d CIOId pCICBi toe yU f w ,

other Work ptio o a tbes of thes l im g bm m bdis Compb l n rnyt t a- l a. snvaumS b is h ft cUmate fs.
kind who "tboue who know" do not W" parting enquiry for Mis DOW Ome Q .n-ess aftr s two priscioal meals.
fr. Thr tation s behind, so to Dorethy Gross, an4 ex"rOiese of dch hotiest r of gatup i Vi* AeRTIA CiL b6e n o Is

Mpeak and not be hfore the senes oBut kthe to AAe his Tx at
their reponsibiItIe are no light ones. ll -that talented young a-ets addition to the resist ,red itrat Mk
A reord soe mea thatthoe recoveed itro berreemt Indid h) The WAAMTYthe tTAMP of hth IIf to v1st sA O IM
rt. Rtoke pot.rce ived the Reporhter od bremb Mr hpfi o( A coTALe d iAn ds u grti W D
tspoalbleis have been faithfully and as ;wr wit heaty good wishes for a

el Or suueaes here hsees exceeded our a tour we ax ETEA

Wthe entire sepon of seven rnighte ha been hm a

crowded to ite utmost capacity, establish The Briti& Medical Journal ha~s con-
tive of the JxAMICA TIMus sought Mr. USIM. andr fautelasoo pratioa To he ta^kezz fl vn_ -P nfaf
Cnthberfc BuitRetts, Mr. y, S. WWI OUSS We she-ld aoW& -.-it -t essties 4at -

ing a record or audiences there neer gained ha no ber of articles dealing wibth
toMr.hed since the ebpding ws erected. Jamaica. Inh oe of these the riter re- --
talked as fol owe: Mont's 0

For hamlet whe had exceeded of mar : ill the u vir of
highest expectations. The Theatre for An Outsider's View. Yhe1ariM ieRIsU IITLII BAJI HotPRl
the entire season of seven nights has been
crowded to its utmost capacity, establish The Briti-b Medical Journal hak con- KINGSTOn, JA
ing a record for audiences there never tained a nu aler of articles dealing with n W U th 1, IGSO JA.,
touched since the building was erected. Jamaica. In o3e of these the writer re- embraces a rather donbtful question as
,For Hamlet we bad an audience of marks@ to who will b4 the ultimate victor of this
1,;'.69 persons,,and the seven night' at The first impression produced by the Jeterminei conflict ; but there is no doubt ,.-fD T9 .
tendance have yielded an average of 1,000 streets of Kingston on the newcomer is whatever that PFOM..............4 TO 5.30.
per night, and we are dehghted with th unfavorable. Little, mean 1 king shops,
reception given as, and with oar success. in poor, il-aved streets, wih few hand-
Anlook yo sad the able mo1n some buIlings, a not h palae l l W 1 If TA O COFn
ger with a twinkle l* I have heard as goods the abop wl dows. ,. ell
ofs greatoome being won in s place stabdoiry, a fiebody of'm,mwt6 whie N A Cu^>t ^ nr T BRu ABD Bnm J,,
vidtdfor thefirst time. Upn which helmets and utffa tteton Of 10 & a U A AD BUT
the management st on it on sco. Htag at t.he oworie .s th ip tr A#.ORT D OI7x
visits to bring an inferior taff. Not so The town of Kingston being too bot KINGS TN. s
with Us, I assure you, iastad I meae and close to stay in, me went to Co- Ee
when we come in 1906 to go even one bet stant Sprng HoteL An ~uM tramear has omuletely hig prices i
ter than this times and bring a Company carried us the six mils for fourpenee, Genwl Bl t Work, I a. J a
made still stronger while a b gy abe osk equiatlent o our Brass Costing, M acineW and yel I O
The COupany returns to Jamaica in bi~0w sah,4harge1a/ratse&asome drive. Rep-rhig rave al and ire t. ff U i
March 17th, and on the 18th start the The tramear road peMas hm egh A encings a decided i tpe y. PuMe
season iath The Merchant of Venioe.' district hick to the newrooe displays nd a ar work gsuaraned at MTO. N -Ts and Dinners will a
The other plays to be staged (dates to an swonted among; of colour and tropi marvelously lowrioes. You pr served on the Terrea.
be annouuoed later on) are cal fol-as, but is horribly dusty, and own Interest by having jyor work
As You Lke It. when the inevitable motor oar comes here.
"David Gaur.ck." alag, the loads al dust that rise must U. C B 0
The Kivals." be seen and felt to be appreciated A
The School for Scandal." you ak why the roads are not kept A .e BP lln it
ihAtd ILL" -w yoatredu, y are atltfU d t o the- 46-KIN G STREET---46
Stilun mle-.' fpostionM of en l o. o Ii Illl,
i 'lanl meO l et''" hih Ite looted on a akmbie; bat w on Mak JJ Rl rici.
t' iwelfth+'rt? ," ,tthat ta r tory, as wiok we sea acting eweMr, trr rnr p
The Tamiiagof the 8hrew." bar enter here. U0dr a s e p4w e WINc, SPIU.T, P OV IOW
SWhat to you think of oar Tatre, hotel it a fne buildig. A
Mr. Iktes? 3IMe' ,ime S EOTRal c *a. Oranmilus Ib I, d
tsage Manager, Mr. La Trobe, ationa. A storj, which we gr with for repay
andths CuWopany generary, have been all resere aWsW the papers erreit P .
qait delighted with it. an sarpred at that tbe John 0Gw have a iome
itus celienae. I s soperiort many qaew, antthat wnu any y meter A A
proclal 1 hears in Enland" morel is fuad, tbd king sad qseen arm Mll Itr sof all *
*I am delghted to hWer y s r o.m oied by spedal stns to ve their Jewellery
Mr. ackeitts. la there suhaf on the t' bits before the others eOamee to
outf side ; mnfavoarale t y #8 '. Fa, 4.
Weli, th only drawLck4 at it has In Kingston i;s~ the chief pl.eei of ti-' e la d be at d M ad Port a 8t
nO iotre a.tfilaion. The balding has ianLres re tla-' Pi*rh Catrb a boad g ooI. and a taff r tteIAw.u JAi4es.
a p~a.larluy too. is d i ut.- wrk se ho dina whl taeled s Wedowa, dleosd workmen, all work is exem
i n ecttvd when It is ftied. The tiler on of winch c~.itkan a number f m ed ethottnoloe and a mn tee.
of people it gea* the wnore diffioit is it to waoai *e meaow, a %6ry unusu Ibinas M Marked and Natl
case Thteatre." le te e toa deal of oamme I m s, Wato hee Optli GooI, -
e. rr relened to- the erean e. l a ad Jamtalccks lun "ate, gt.laLpd 0 d- ,
of Viiue with whish the easses to s 1 Meaea asd rt c mata ei |L
el V1P1 Yl, uI 4 amelia nlktutotIi ea a at theep PrI+eS.. J .D
operini March. Towards the predaeteem oJt e a M eIIe .a Iag Ac Irod re
tha lay the publle here ias lokln for. Klagton ols eas few iateus w C. 88Y, a
ward wth great otss Our rea *rS 1 tig Parnisd .^ i rI 9
will he einserenedo tea : osI1 aobe : ead as it sterds a_
Mas e.B L.ng wll play th e 5 of y t lUso 16 1TO A PACK.
et andock. nap g he a Is 1ts k |
that of Portawill be Ui the hand* 3tin A In.. I .a.ry f '1
of IMt Hatin Britton. w and theM by be
l tah tter n ooneetton it is antorse es ssils s ea. Of 101, t.Asag Stmsut
t8 fo know that while on ton last fesalhe swih anuT,- to .P. sh l (,.-LB--
_-A wl ... Bi. Ta.. Vtea oie no a aea likely to -T AM VE- -- "-. -. .
na called upon to suply that atd t ouneaat oe --e-tvhr A------
ur-at aetn's place in te rol- o f.'mW leant setatclng of an ,deary,' face. 1 net 3. V.. Steam er^ om I f d a a s
iaTnry tell Ill andm for a fight, w Notag eemes it howvI. r, ba oe, I I ifKi
aeablae to appear. Alt that taume MasM Brk words, words, and the same thing ias oing UzI lsh DIelionaoles. I & F I n IlllMH
ton p ayed the part with audlalnahed on all over the market. Orer a shop door TSIATIES. LIrJskS. |ADD O I ,MW
doteeM ,near the market the fdllowlag oheertl AOOC@gr M l w2 s 'IRS,- Al-i-MItoe ,uwi,,
'* When I say unditmanshed seccesm notice to exhibited to large latter.: j MM Sashameter The oldes estalbhed houe ian
sadd Mr. Riekett., who is definite an all ** The best black and 1old eof~a ware 1W. OS k550ih Belitth West latles.
esietatemon eata, Mmn that theeoelpts' supplied. It iQitrej*aesadaya apply Mt Lw oSn ip M7 ttj p. T v H s, nj.
did not fall off at all.' at-.-- w JOBXPR L.DACOTA.:Pgeitrm. Ou uArDOW oti., Alagato|.


January '8, 19W5

3.1.7 OU RS no ACTION I
#Mao v#OW DS~R
A"wthu inlw

ht. w'reo"tis0 ba bee w be is this .de.
tM od Scal tee. whilt thouads have
m oed to th and happiness who for
y rsouasy had been merely driagng oat a
ethe xist.ca
sWperiedim injections, the oft of whice
n imrepdarble am y laying the foundation
d ati 9tiMf aWd other senous diseases.
SlugAPMpN MNo. 2-A sv^.,
* io primary s--w econdary skin
al *e. ,lceratios, pains and swellings of, the
JOW, amd all those comply as ti which mercury
m4 Mrsparilla are popularly but erroneously
mwd to cure. Th'is preparation purifies the
S systm through the blood and thoroughly
e all poe matter from the body.
'EAPIqE kiON NO. 3-A Sove.ign
S meidvfo ability nervousae, impairt-d
dlal. g.a distaste and incapacity for
qaM. or pleasure, love of solitude, blushint
. s t i. In the back aud head, and all
i* era reIutiog ftru wey error and
- p tsich m.e faculty o persistently ignore.
t to cure or even relieve.
id sold by principal Chemists
17 ML d eLd- ? ut-eiu t E.,,land tV9
a @ Is. oderin, state which of the three
.-A "' tha t "

"-r11~al appear oa British Government
ahme its white ( on red round) afxed
O red ground) )affiaxd
e pa.~kage by order of His Majesty's Hon
..M. S. and without which it is a forgery.
PFr =ale by JohnM Crswell & Co.

usitin McCarthy,
8, King Street.



xhgawis in Stationery !
WoederaW valueR at low price !
a*iem Neote-A suberb writing paper
st Is 4 pek. envelope to match
@6 4d paek or 100 envelope aad a
pukofBo iw to K, worth 4.
iM-a?- r ul ned mad plain, lso
VNs for "sah, at -e-esp-tmally low
rim for quty oedws.
soto lft-r-.ie i. ad p{la ina great
vw ety. RAd as is Nd, *.
So ed per reem; plain at lsd. Sa,
lb 4K 4s pw m eam nd h prices*
~' Par- -B4uled and pln.. linen and
eher akes at 7 sand 8o per ream.
m- as Oed, K ., 6. per 1000, in
*-lepim -eart shapes at&s, S and Its

NUOD MOVZB FREELY with the use of
rowodo's Universal Sauce,
*SG&. p bottl.atALD. iKnkeed
A. em*, M as. ur St.; The Variety
" tekS i --oae-; Maialy iA
Mak 3ber, and C,. &reses,

DOAWS BAc1x(M Zttfttt ~PILLS'

Aft- R~L of Ma gl11ioKing.

Short, Sound AdviceI
iredY~usg Men of Jamaica.j
(UteR Latin Grammar.)

aem, St. Vtet, says:-" All my friends When you come to the temple of
anre -*te l at the qulnlk sane s Dians, turn to the right.
thoregham with w"ieb Doar's backache
kidney pills have eared me. They haven't A great number of cheap copies of the
k:ow me to be well for the past 15 years, books issued by "fu L ATIONALISTO
for I bave been sah a sfferer from kid- Pams ASSOCIATION [Egglandi has been
ney complatAt. There were sharp. eut- readily bought up recently in Kingston :
ting pMin in my side, and erhary dis- Many of thew bj tbinakins young men,
order ; the action of the heart wa weak, wo ihtly prefer them to wishy novels.
and I sed to some over dizzy and taint. A dlspauionat4 reading of some books. on
There was a sandy sediment In the water; scientiai materials, may do some good
there were often chilly sensations. My to those who are su letly educatedaad
appetite was P OO intelligent to appreciate them. Bat in
I could not keep at mywork. and other apeeta of sunob literatarr, ,udi al.
the doctor was not able -to give me any ram partem is good advies to all reat'em,
relief. When I had been using Done' especially to the adolescent: e.g. "Dr.
pills 15 days I felt a good deal easier, and Ernst tfaeckel's "THE RIDDLE OF THE
now I feel well agiln. Many of my frieeds UNIVzua," should be balanced by "TzE
Iare to-try an ba's kohe kide y LD RIDa.I," and "THa xNIWEST AN
pills. (Signed) CausnTOPHIR REID." s8Wi" by John Gerard J. London.
Dou's backache kidney pills are for the Longmans, 1904-5/ net: on which THE
kidneys and bladder onlyand never act on SATUDAY RsvIsw of 17th beto. 1904,
4theg hoea They t/ge aid heal dinemisd page 372. gives the following short, but
AkIdneys, and thus help them in their eagaious review:
, ck of 1 ftll r Ihe blood m h1ln D In thea IS var or t.w we have hn

01- wwo 91 JIU I MUs Uc*Dl ", iu bU% latk ywar Vi o wu w o we e Uewa
them to filter out the poisons and impari flooded with cheap reprints of popular
ties that cause pain in t back, hips scientific works of a strong atheistic, or
and sides-cre dropsy (sweling of limbs agnostic tendency : and, as might be ex-
und body). gravel Pediment, rbenmatism, peeted, the sacred name of Evolution is
sleepleasness, nervousness, chillness, irre- very freely invoked by the writers. On
gular flow from the kidneys-all uric said the whole Ismentably little his been done
troubles, diabetes, Bright's disease, bear on the other side, but Father Gerard has
ing down pains, heart troubles, general succeeded in writing a clear and interesting
wealknes, etc. The,medicine may be had account of evolution, and in pointing out
of druggists and stores generally. -largely by extracts from Darwin and
A FREE SAMPLE : To prove their Huxley themselves, how far it will carry
merits, send as your name add address as, what are the difficulties in the way of
(a postcard will do), and we will forward unreservedly ac epLing it; and what are
.you. fr-e of charge, a sample of the 6the problems which, i any case, it leaves
n0d e Adr a:d ote unoledb"M m is claimed for evolution by
Co.,8, Wells-st.t Oxord l Ladn, W. its popsW advocates, thae by the great
masters of science, and it s oa valuable
service to have shown this for the readers
Famous Oramapheo Records we a-es do o e than follow the
Mr X v _.. .-- poplar Vl4t rn" _

mr. .S Y.5mw a ona m w
nspply of lrat-clams grnaee records.
-.i --. -'- B _. .. k-_ __I Ms. A_

L. a.

Tey uilc-e a gem -y nMelba. i i r a
the MCng from thme smiee "]se Les Oar Accudnt.
de Lammermoor." The record was kes ohm
last March. Another of the records is On Saturday abeut 7.1I p.m., between
that of Babeanera Carmen," as suang by Harbour Mad HRevt Suee, hinIfroAt of
ONlve. Marine G4m Heel, a oar elNied with
These are reeorde that all owners of a bus. The ear was coming at ordlhary
first clan gramaphn-es will coveS. *Peed it is said, the bus being left to the
protection of itself but too near the
New Kingston Minister. car line, The motorman ranghis gong
-- and proceeded when the ar street against
The Rev. Mr. Martin is cooing from the bus nearly taking off the left wheel
Grand Oyman to take the place at St. and deatreping slightly that part of the
Aedrew's* rk, Klgatem, reeently vacate I vehicle next to the wheel.
by the Rev. John BHunter, .A. Heb lmmeiately the ear wee. brought to a
new, it is expected en reue on board the staad d as is eastemary, the amsae
sebooner res Mr. Martin is anom. of these h wthO sed tst re
peted by Mm Maru 'sad em child. take~ by the U odaetor.

It is neve

Iu Jl I k HEIDSEICK & CO., Merits

wammte tat all Brandy abipped by them is
ONUlINK GRAPE SPIRIT and distilled A distinguished guest at all banquets, public FINE
ta W OINE ONLY. futon. 4 ad iners.
The Pulie em therefore rely on the Purity of THE LEADING WINE-Always rnied It enjoys
MdMOII, TWO 6 TIRE STAB BRAND thro the world.
do elmb ad qalityof whibh e iosa t ole Agents-WRAY d& NNPBHBW. 8OLE. AGb


ChaiP Seats..

I have secured the agency and now offer
them to the paublice for sale.
The seats are made of a composition
of metal, and when on*e put on, will ouat
last the chair itself ; and are quite differ.
eat from the wooden one. They are
made to stund the sun and water, and will
not SWELL O0 CRACK. and resemble the
ret ease ; no dlMereoee. O(a be attached
in ten qiiuutes. The cost is very little.

oonsideiing their durability and fin
The prices are : -Local Shape 7
American lOd ; Vienna lDi, RoanD 8h
)three size) 1/. 1/11 and 1/3, respectiv
Come and See Them,


66, King Street,

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Playing Cards I
We sell the Best and the Cheapest.

Steamboat Oards at 9d per pack.
Rivals ... ... Is ditto


... .. l 3d ditto

Golf ... .. le 6d ditto
Elegantly finished-Fine Gloss.
They wear well.
2d per pack extra for postage,
Write at onoe to

SOLLAIS & 0o00 W ,
i gl Bir, gI1 Dilkl
anI SL[
r to ae ofndott

r too late to find out the
of a Cocktail made from


a reputation throughout
TS-Wrtay o NfepheWph r.

& 1^ .. ASK POn

S& Barclay, Perkins & Co.s
-L a r LT I rA" a T Vsr TA imnI tr as iI


an~ inanUUS @ moLa. M& 'COGNT8ED THE BEST.
lmo -MTi- qpx e-




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reea your tsaoy ana see the result.

Popular and extensively used at home.
lIb- ITXNa.

aSpecial Reprtenteakwv0for Wedt Ladies, Southut. %ii iti Amrioaa comtOt~ln e dsa: bsdoz1 fl Af. at ~Barbados.


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St. Paul's, Bedford Avenue.
AO A'rimal Story For
A notewort hv in-5idpnt in the relltlown
life of Kinveo.u otf l.. ye.r. hls been MR. ROOSTER LEARNS
the grow:b ',f St Paul's, Presbyterian
Church, e P'ord \venue ISOMETlHING
Daring 1904 rtliry-seven new cmmuni
east member were added to the roll ; Mr. Rooster finished his breakfast
through death and remuuvals even had to
deducted; thu leaving a net increase and picked up a book to read. He
of 30. was a great reader and he liked books.
The Sabbath school was increased by "This is good," he said, as be glanced
twenty, down the page.
The total income from all souroe. "What iset" asked his wife.
amounted to 685; and the expenditure "i'll read it," answered Mr. Rooster,
to 8558; leaving a credit balance of 8127, and he read:
the greater part of which i, to be devoted ..
to the removal of the debt on the Ohurcbh "Never let a day go by without
buildings, along with 810 paid fur the learning something.'!
ame object, and included in the above "That is very good," said his wife.
amount for expenditure, thus reducing' Mr. Rooster laild the book down and
the debt by a ver considerble anom strolled out tnto the street.

The congregation has shown awain and
again its power to eo-ope-ate in a spirit of
hearty unity ot purpose, and the result
has been some achievements as notable
as they are praisewortby.
The recent G trden Party was a success
and netted about fl?3.
From time to tirmewe have had occasion
to refer to the care that is given to mniuse
and singing At St Paul's Some of onr
most distinctive Sacred Recitals have been
held in this church.
The Rev. T. Adam. M A. the pastor is
a preacher to whose tboughttul ans earn-
est discourse it is always profitable to
listen. St. Paul's to a grow g influence
in religious Kingston
Jamaica Union of Teachers.
The next meeting of the Executive will
be held at the Mieo, Febt nary 3rd, 7 p.m.
rhe chief thing for consideration will
be the rules for the Financial Scheme,
and the eleetion of the Directors of the
scheme, as per resolution f Ounferenes.
All mimbern of the Executive are
urged to be present to assume their share
of responsibility. They ar also rtquest-
ed to fetch their copy of the Conference
Number of the Journal of Education, and
also of The Teacher for reference.
Persoif having business which they
desire to ha e transacted at this meeting,
must to ensure a plioe on the Agendas,
eommunieae wih aus not later than
Thursday, PeUrary tad.
The President is proteetine the Super-
anonatmon stoeme, and au mesabrs in
terest"d in it need not be too fearful. The
same may be @mi4 of the Treanrer and
the Financial Scheme.
Teachers are onee more urged to join
the Union thi yTear and early too, to
give f',rce and vigour ito the various pro-
jectuo which are now in exeention for the
benefit of the membtsi of 'he professin.
ueaneral Secretary,
British and Foreignn
Bible Society
Friends of the above nome Inqtitution,
are Infoimed that ith aunnuai mueting
will b hold (DV) on the eve2sil of Wed
esday March 15th. A epeoisl C,.m
mittee is intended to m-ut previously u
March tud, for t he pai puo ot hioaea.uv
the repos to be th-u presented with the
EBlanoe Sheet. Thoue who with tc help
by oongiegatitsal olleotuou, orindlvt
dual donations are informed that terribly
muc Is lacking in the way of peoonaary
support. No more need now be said, to
after the annual meeting the public will
have fall formation. iab.crptioes
ouald be etut to the Hon. Treasrer



meOWitf mb md whukmOWa sad :" mann

"I wonder what I can learn today ?"
he said to himself.
Several boys were gathered in the
street about a big red thing that looked .
like a very fat bologna sausage to Mr.
Rooster. As be looked on the boys
turned and ran away. '
"That is foolish." said Mr Rr ---ootr
"They should have waited and learned

S" ". Mr. F. C. THOMPSON, 84, Carr House Rd.,;Donesster, writes:--" Yoartdltar
Sof the 16th received with PowderA enclosed. I have already given sop~ away to thes
a. hose children I knew were sobering from teething, to which I am told they. m
them wonderfully well. 1 shall at all times recommend them whmeaeer I may
the chance, 1 believe them to be the best powder for ebtdrea during te~e'hb. 9
1--I.i*. rTventure to say that no child suffered more than my little boy, and I am thfakLfl to
God that was ledto eoad to ion for a sample upeket and have used them eer
..... I and my wife ere.very grateful or s*a a preparatia d -she ademuwear l
times to recommend them wherever we can. I may say we have not the lest tnmW
in giving them to our chdld, and he has on many oreasioas cried for moe. Othr
powders fail, your powders are the best "- 19th July, 1904.

.. -Mrs. A. NIXON, 140, High Street, Mile Town, Sheerness-o Sea, writar-
Will you kindly send me another box of your Infanta' Powders for which Ia edis
'I/ in stamps. I have used them ever since my little irl was lour months, sad r
... .... she lb 10 montis, and ha not been a bit of trouble. She has just got her third toeh
without any difficulty. They seem toeep her so lovely and clear from everysht
., and she has always got a colour. Hoping to have them soon, as I have only thrue
.:. left and should not like to be witbeut them now, I shall still recommend theam."-
A Julyi1904.
wt tshe tim n iRo Now s rMSUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER POWDERS.
what the thing is. Now I shall go
over there and learn something." Mrs. W. SHERRINGHAM, 58, Kenneth Rd., Chadwell Heath, lRen, wu_. :-
So he strutted over to the big red Kindly f wor de o boa of you teething PoWera fo whith 1 ek u
thing and looked at it fill aRotnd and stamps My son is cutting his teeth very well indeed, thank to yor powder wM
at both ends, but he couldn't make as I have idbefore. are far superior to any other powders. I hav quite reum O
out what it was. then so If you would kindly f word b etrat of pet I boald be very eu h eb
"All I see," said be as he perched as he is ow e"tthla two doubleteeth. --lth July,, 019
himself on top of the affair-!"nll I sec
is a little fizzing fire over at this end."
At this very moment there was a ter- USED IN THI ROYAL NURSERIES.
rible explosion as the firecracker went *
olr. '
'Forty et Tn the te flt tent Mr. RoMt- Aston f Parsean'InlMts reoden have been supplied by w o.ir.-
ter. Every feather in bhi t'll and half
the feathers on his back were blown H.I.M. THB DOWAOI IMPlSS OF RU88IA.
out. His eyws werfi ed with pwc H..i. TI l DUCUI iS y0 F-, ..
his feet were burned to blisters. R LE.H THI CROWN 1fWC88 3 1UN AM.
When he landed on the ground be H.I.HB TH GORANB DUCts88 O- A OF U1SS1
didn't know whether he was dead or HI.. Pim[D0K 0? RONA A. r
He finally pulled himself together f H. PRINCE S ALUZANDUR BOREN
and hobbled home to roost as best he NH.M. PRUfO LS U H 07 OU MAIA.
could. R.S.H. THII iasiuDlTA PIN1 880 P1L.r3 l1N1
"Have you learned anything today r? And other Re a l dbtl gU-lthed pernage-.
asked his wife as he entered the chick-
en house. The powders are guaranteed to be pertestly harumles, sad so mild and gene te
"Yes," he answered. "I've learned thdtr station that they may be gieta te any babe however yug or uheats.
narf1...,n b.u I dron't rnnw what it

T. A. Bauth, seq, uolonoai ian. is."-Pitts g Dispatch.
Who has not read the remarkable
letters from working men and others tapld Prore"m.
which, day .Jter day, and year after year, "How do you like school?" asked a
tre being pablibed in all newspapers father of his little daughter after her
throughout the world respecting the on. first day. '
d its of J. N Masters' Ltd. ke it awfully' was the reply.
s0/. English Watohos--perhaps not you, "And whNt did you learn today?"'in-
then take out advice and write'to-day for "dw t t i ue"i
a oopy of their Oattalov t--it wfll be eat qui'tl t ihe :'aied peild.-"I'vt.
you gratis and post fre (if you mention "Oh. a lt'." sdld the child. "ve
this paper) by J. N. Masters, Ltd., Hope learned the names of all the boys."-
House, R)e, Sugland. New York Herald.

-Tefr marvellous propens tn redUlmg and p ui pm. and d..w. -
the proees of teething and the first few years of infant life are o etraordiary s
to many instances, they have hbean desorbed by gratedal mm-hs al
mlrealoua. .
They cool the guas, comfort the child, produce a natural, esit, rksV M
deeA nd render teething item ay.
Ashat & Panos Infant&'Teething Powders are nuaraWa t to be perfetily 4mtf tal
PriteeInGreat Britain Box- of 0 Pwders ; of A POwdmE-1
Boxes of 100 Powders. 4/6. S.1 by all Chemists, mo.
Ask for a free copy of The Royal Road to Safe and tBay Teething,"
Pro'rietors: ASHTON & PARSONS', LTD., 17, Farringdon Boad, LONDON. 1agbim*
Sold by JUSTIN MicCARTRY, 8 King Street, Jamaica, and all n eastb.





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Contest Closes February 28th, 1905.
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Copyright. ig9. by '. R. Toomt

I.-Mr. Iron, The Soldier of Oom-
inerce," is expelled from .Russia, but de-
termines to return. li.-Koura, the
'beautiful maiden enters the story. III.-
lbe is seized and her father murdered.
She herself is abducted. IV.-Irons lights
on the "game of kidnap and in the end
gets "arrested In the name of the Czar ."

V.-Alma Juruita. the girl whom Irons
love*, hears of his imprisonment VI.-
Irons Is a.*cued of abducting Konra.
VIl.-Alim plans a marriage tor her.
VIIl.-P, since Del;nikoff has aO inter
view with dIma IX-He helps Alma
to go masq .erading. X-Alma de'ivere
Harvey JIrns from prison. Xi--rihe
fugitives are hunted Xll-rhFey e-cipe
in a Hay boat. Xlll -Russiaus overhaul
the boar, andi a storm bwamrps it. XIV.-
The lovers are resco d and separated.
XV -Harvey escaped from the Hay b iat,
sad l. iwao the handed of thieves. He
meets Urskoff again.


kos! eyes. His sword wa!,
at the throat of the Americau.
"Stealer of women. Smcoun
~who has twice stolen the daughter
ot Bliarteilis. Where have you hidden
her? The searchlUght of the gunlxaai
rever.l d the hayboRt, but the is not
there. Where bave "a lil tarT"
"Now, captain," said Harvey, "don't
be too hasty in this matter. I did not
steeJ Koura Biartelkts, but I know
where she is."
"Tou know! Of course you know!
Dutyou lie when you say you did not
Mel her. You came down the Kur in
a hayboat belonging to the Astrakhan
Charka with a woman disguised as a
man? Who else was that but Xoura?'"
"You are getting excited! Kindly
tUke that confounded sword from my
ft. I'd like to talk with some com-

Owantfortl A stealer of girls asks
btr comfort That is the limit of
.AB-&ecn effrontery. I'll run the
V, to the bone."
It you do, I assure you that you will
Sever see your Koura again."
"*e% he admits be has the girl! He
he accomplices who will kill her if he
it bUatted." shouted one of the soldiers.
Bopethlng nla the words and manner
of Rarvey Impelled Orskoff to lower
his sword. He turned to the soldiers
who were guarding the four robbers
"Take them on board the gunboat.
It is evident that they have robbed
Runslans, for here are bags of rubles.
They must be taken at once to Tifals.
Convey all the treasure on board."
Turning again to Harvey, his face re-

great light from the gunboat lHarvey
could see that the old liayboat had
stuck In the mud near the island, At
a little distance was a sailing vessel,
evidently the property of Palpak and
his robber brothers. On the shore were
two boats, which had landed the Rus-
The five prisoners were jostled rude-
ly while getting Into (lie bo;ts and at a
command from Orskoffl wero arm on n


feet I KoI tr
"You do seem Inclined that way. but "Haftz Effendi passed us In a cayik.
before you take it, reflect Just show He was intercepted at the mouth of the
a little common sense, if you have any. river by the launch, and something
If you kill me, how do you expect to was said about sacks. They were per-
find Koura ?" mitted to depart. Undoubtedly the
"But you say you do not know where Turk had Konran nioneted"

ane o Orakoff spent several minutes In
"I said nothing of the kind. I said thought. Suddenly turning to Harvey
I did know where she was. But I did he held opt his hand, saying:.
not take her there. Take off these con- "I belleye you. I ask your pardon
founded irons, treat me like a man, for the insults I have bheped on you.
and I will tell you what I know." This is terrible Koura gone! A slave
"Remove the irons," said the cap- to the heathen ameer, and I helpless to
tain. The lieutenant unlocked them. aid or rescue her! It makes one mad1
"Come with me alone," said Harvey. I could drive this sword blade into my
Surprised. Orskoff beckoned to Ne- heart!"
visky, who turned and walked away. "Sit down and be calm," said Har-
"Beware," said Orskoff, "bow you vey. "We can rescue Alma Jurnletf
trifle with me." and Koura or kill the men who mary
"I am not trifling with 'rou. I am or harm them. Let us work the game
the only man who can Ih you find together. I am starving. Give me som=-
your Kourn. and it happens _:at I have food."
as ardent a reason to want to find her The food was ordered.
as you."
"You-you love her!" CHAPTER XVIT
"I don't even know her, but one I A TRAITOR TO THE CZAR.
love is With her."'1,PA! TiKKOTpa
*"Then you did take her nwavy?.", ad Ownte e c eripy
,,-, T yua., .. d .. .... I: .... and down the deck feverishly

-.1 M /. 1 V 'lrfl -TV 1U 1 11 *y IJVUL.
the way to the waiting gunboat. Thel Koura-that is. except where she i,
were received on board by a young of- thJs moment. But, before I tell. you
ficer, who snluted Orskoff. must first tell me how you traced me
"I congratulate' you, my cnptamu. I to the island."
Sam told by the inll-n that yon not only O(rskoff made a gesture of impit- -
captured the Aniieri.'niii who stole the titvn da;u h'er. ,f Iiartelk's. ut that y un as, ** i so ra had l. .n l]ixi;. with h 1 i u ,
hl dl thie g( ood fortlni,' i seize ltti foul(, (Vie i I s w r ev. 1N.4 1 .
rld-ers who ;:inrt ..I,,l th< piy aster t;hil if I x as ,i 1 di''" I sp''ul n I;e
and rolwld linn ai t M Lo dn." (velii., i t the house. <;.i\ iiihl I ixs
"Are you siinre tl se are the men?" oil duty a.:Nd did not go. I stli p" d to
"I could not he mistaken. The leader see her the next morning. and her un-
is TPalpak. chief of thle tribe of Zan- cle, who was beside himns-lf with ter-
nucks, nominally under the rule of th" ror, told me she had gone out the night i
ameer, tut hating him." before and ha&d not returned. I knew
"Guard them well then." she had been stolen, and, as that was
"Shall we tt under way at once. m:" the morning you escaped from prison,
iiapTair I 1 knew you had taken her. I searched
"NXo. Lieutenant. As you know. we the river and learned that Charka's
want to find Koura Biartelkis. I have, hayboat had gone down toward the
it is true. captured the man who sto'e Caspian. It was said that a man and
her, but I have not succeeded in find- woman, the woman disguised as a
lun the young woman. Remain here man, had gone with Charka. I reached
while I investigate. I shall go on that the coast as soon as possible, but I
island in the daytime and search I could not overtake you. The launch
eaunee a tle at aniht even with the had gone before I made the discovery.
soarehlight." or all this would not have happened.
Harvey stood waiting to be question- On the gunboat I crulsed everywhere,
ed, but Orskoff l1id little heed to him. using the searchlight at night. -Last
"Put the prisoners in Irons," he said night we discovered the hayboat and
to a suballern. at once went to the island."
"But Irons won't unlock my lips," "I was on Charka's boat," said Har-
said Harvey. vey, "and if you had used any reason-
"I will find a way to unlock your Ing powers you would have known
lips. If I cannot find Koura qu that- that it could not have been Koura who
Island -in tihe morning. I wtll bang you' was with me. You say you were told
by your thumb till you tell the truth." that the woman with me was disguised
"But I aim antiorl* to tell It now. Y T as a man. Now, how could I get Koura
won:'tlislte." in such a disguise? When a woman
Orskoff waved his hands, and liar disguises herself, it is for a purpose.
vey was dragged away. Koura was stolen; she did not go of her
The gulboat remained. AId s soortn own accord, as did Alma."
as it was sutfciently fhtt tl-ec tmot n-- "You speak of Alma Jurnieff, niece-
Ing Orskoff topk a sjnad ant rrtu.rn d of the colonel."
to the Island. He exam ined vry feot. "Yes. She assistedmeto escatends
of the place and retu;rncd to the gun- as our attempt was discovered before
boat chagrined and angry. she could return to her un;;urtilents. It
"Bring up that American!" he com- was necessary for her to tly with. me.
handed. Harvey was bustled to the "On the Caspian the hayblmt met with ]
deck. dlaster., and Alwus riud I wtr; left on
"Lieutenant Nevisky, attend!" said alone. We drifted all i.!ght, hLvcvr-
Orskof. "ow, stealer of women, 1t li-; with cold ::m! hunger. :n the uxorn-
wll give you one more chance to tell uIng we found ourselves under the bows
the truth. If you do not. your thumbs.' of a long, black boat belonging to the
will be torn out. Your life depends ameer of Bokhara."
upon *- answers. Tell where you "I know the boat It is used to ertry
have hIl4en Koura. Your punishment, goods to Persia."
will be weMse than death likf 00t "Not this time. It Is being tued to
Koura was to have leen my wife"- carry Alma Jumeiff and Koara Blar-
"You said oamething like that before, telkis to Bokhara. They permitted Al-

while the American raven-
,lM l-usly ate his meal. Harvey,
when he had finished. asked for a ci-
"You are maddening'" said Orskoff
as be handed the Amr-rican a cigar.
"()np n ine P(i li that you are nit in love--
not ;is I urn'"
"S t dowT.'" Kniid IIairve y. Th'o' took
cl(h irs 'i d "Gvtti!g etxciti d is not g(oiing to help
us any." said Harvey. putllil- at his
cigar. "I am as eager as you to rescue *
the girls. The difference is that you,
without any plans, want to rush of
and probably involve us in greater
trouble, while I wish to plan out a
line Qf action. Now, that boat went
somewhere on the Bokharan coast-
where, we do not know. The thing is
to get what information we can out of
the robbers."
"They would lie to us."
"I didn't think the chief, Palpak,
would lie. Except for my presence

"Stop!" he commwamdtd td&dmey.
the ltber robbers -weMtd have kled
him, and be most feel some gatt-

"W-.u. its Mpo, of Lni: i, sold ha ,f A# ,. A A,.. .,ift to ma to &a anbo and L Hit a t al- in #..au,

. -" . .. . .. . .... .
"You know that I love Koura, and to
rescue her I am willing to parley with
you. I had determined to kill you on
sight. Come with me."
Harvey followed his capt. r to tl.
entrance of the cave. Here he fou.u.
a guard of additional soldiers with lIn,
terns. In the distance a brilliant
searchlight sent its gleam upon the if,
land. lighting it us by day. In tl

news to me. For my part, I am willing
to tell you where she is."
"I have searched the island. I am
convinced that Koura is not there."
"I c. uld hnve told you that and s:.v-

my excitement allowed them, to know
she was not what her clothing would
show. They would not take me, and
the captain, whose name, I believe, 1s
Karakal, er something like that, shout-

Cd you trouble and time. Koura is .vet- ed out to me that they had the daugh-
ting furthvr naway every minute. You ter of Biartelkis and that soon both
will ewvvr i;,d lUr." girls would be the brides of princes."
"You fiend. I will have your life," "Is this true? Do you swear you are
howled the captain as he sprang to his telling methe truth? How did they get

"'But these fellows are shrewd. We
could do nothing with them unless we
granted them their freedom."
"And that. of course, you would not
do." ,
"No! I am an offeer of the emar'"
"What do you intend to do with me?"
"It t- my duty to return to Tiflt-
with you and give you over to the at-


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Just aso. You are one of these ma
hlae mad soldier so comimaon in
siten-figLt for the czvir and die for
yourself. Is that it? No; that isn't
qite right-4gtht and die for the eti.r
aod to the devil with yourself; that's
ore ike It. LetW s Jook over the Drm-

The Fun Doctor.
When a a il bee.aes e d her
mother always sisp is hard to give her
up-tat abea my thuk otherwise.
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sense. I don't know where my winJ-
ManLI are. They were taken to Astra-
mhan by that ft1 of a Geruon. Well.
aupposing I was at liberty to go after
them, the first thing I would do would
be to outline a plan of getting a quick-
By as presible from where I am at this
moment to the spot where I considered
It most likely I would find them."
"I don't see-the connection."
'No. of course not. But tell me-
what Is your duty in the matter of
these robbers a?
"I have already stated that. I must
take them to Tfits and charge them
with robbery. Several times the ofM-
er in charge of the money to pay the
idterm have been robbed. We sun-
gected that It was done by some of
the mon-t-elu robbers ad4 mistrusted
the Bokharana. But we could never

She (sweetly) What beautiful roses ;
so fresh. I the dw stillon them ?'
He hastilyly) : "There is aotuing due
on them.?
First Girl: Did yo hear that Mr.
William. got, a readful fright on his
Second irl: "Yes; I was in the
church and mw her.'
Aunt (pointing to earnest golfer en-
deavouring to play out of quarry): "Dear
me, Mary, what a respeotablydressed
man that is bre king stones."
Olderly: '* That boat looks pretty
cranky. Is she perfectly safe for two ?:
Boatman : "' Married or single ?*
Olderly: "Married,"
Boatman: Yes."
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"That's because you are a machine
soldier. The third section of your po-
Lice does not work that way."
"Whnt way ?
"Without thinking. Pardon me, you
Insist it is your duty to go at once t"
"C'ertalnly, unless we can intercept
Ihat vessel belonging to the ameer."
"Suppose we do not intercept It? Sulp
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Ihera r
"Then I most return to Tills and ask
ft imlsioa to enter the territory of the
emeer In search of Koura."
Harvey looked at him and whistled.
*'My friend, you accused me a short
tine ago of not loving as you do. Yet
you sit calmly here and say you would
Ap to Tfiis to ask permission to rescue
thegirt you claim to love."
"I am a soldier of the cear "
*Veroly you are, and well have you
armed your lesson. I am a soldier of
omme.rce. and love Ift but I would
slider neither trade nor honor n- r
tl5xeoship against the chance of sav-
Ing the girl I love. To the deuce with a
patriotism that destroys love. Orskoff,
do your duty! If you feel that it to
'-^-r duty to take me and the robbers
&D Tflls, do so, and forever bid fare-
reB to Komu Biartelkia."
'Bat what can I &o? The girls are
StM thim perhaps on Pokharan sol.
t to against the orders of the czar for
a Usamian maidler to step toot In that
Tltos Ie several days' journey from
Ow.e; Bokhara but a short distance.
ii lwre%, Im the cluthese of the Bo-
inMam e twhe girl* you and I love.
V- *My easf y-e to desert them in
teir aed; iuae calls upon me to die
mr -th -mf at..isary. P-twr tmhn let
you take me back to Tflla I'll fight you
f the death."
(B -etesMnn-.J -

Note This
Dr. A. A. Menads, whose ard a
pes ou pae 8 of tehis tue. will
vr Uenda ete, every Thursday.
mei a l, other da*y.
Ie has removed from s9 iast 8t and
wul give dute notice In a forinliht's
Ure of the locatloa I Kinaston of
I& rwmnlrtntr eobamterp.

Sewell ezatatnim,, loss of pleour. &r]
mu Te speedily arwi p, rmametlv fraid byI
the most rational 'net haA of treat"W~St
geVt iontrdmeed. An Ifntnatred (Clreslsm
abw n swes~m-%I Oeeree ~, In it arfq ed
emae~e", free otdchargE. "RTO
- sad, Chanewvv LaiejrLmd. u
AOL OWv30 U M SA essIds as moms

Maglerate : "i en11, U1-, waiiU u-vugUi
you here ?" Prisoner : Them two cop-
"Did liq.o bhave.rythinfg oldo with i:?"
Ye smir, they were bath drank.'
Batber: Your haii's grown wonderful
since I gave you that tonic last spring."
Henpeck : 'Tisan't that ; my wJe's
been on a long visit to her mother."
He : My father is a banker and has
never been inside a theatre in his life."
She : Beally. My father is an actor,
and has never bEen inside a bank in his

Sympathetic Widow: Have
lot tunate In your love affairs ?'
latIuatina sub*.et Yes,
never yet fell in love with a
would marry me."

you been
very, I
girl who

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Mrs. Swelmamn: 1"he's the most
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Mrs. Boxley : Inldeed?"
Mrs Swellman: Yes. Why, she
wolda'ts eve steal mother lady cook.
Gentleman: "What do you mean by
putLng your hand inm y pocket ?"
"' La.h -fingeed Bill: Excuse me, sir,
I'm -o ab eat-njinded ; I used to have a
pahi of trousers exactly like yours."
Why is your daughter taking lessons
o. the violin ? Has he a pa tieular talent
for that instrument ? '
** No not that we know of ; but it helps
to show of her aeek and arms to sch
good advantagee"
This preacher," remarked Mrs. 8narl",
"declares that he will never again marry
a fool or an det."
41"fle'U 1 a to death, their, oomet.
ed Mr. Boaro, "If be depends on mar
iage fees for his living."
SBallea," eried the aseighbour, "what
am you b-hI*tag & ,.*w ek show e for ?"
Why," rp ed nettless, for a flock
of piuk elephant. of couar You didn't
sappme Id ptehitkens in it, did)oa o '
l, I comadser my life a failure"
"Oh, Heary,howsadl Whyshabouldyou
Ssped all my time Saking money
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towner, Depaty haiman; Hon. Lt. Col. A. H. Pinnock; Simon 8oata Esq..
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Jamuary28, 1S JAM A ICA TIME 8 3



H1elotful Notes for Christian. Thouglit. T. WORsT U
THE WORST ewe88,
LESSON VI, FIRST QUARTER, INTER- for us. Being convicted of sin, ste did Never forget God wants you. | n
NATIOA SERI E. as x6 many do-tried to escape by say- O-- o vores Y~ eeAalb5l? b
NATIONAL SERIF., FE. Ing, "I do not belong to your church; A quiet eon-44uee is good bedfellow. ** t T moBttl,
you worship in Jerusalem, but we In How many of owr sleepless horse might
T it et the Lesse, John IT, [.-14. this mountain." Site did not say that be traced to out' entrusting and disorder-
Memory Verses, 18, 14- Golde Text, she worshiped or professed to wor- ed miads? They slumber sweetly whom -
NRv. xxii, IT Commentary Pre- ship, but spoke of her people, "our fa- faith roeks to sleep --0. I. Spargeo. Smth &.I
pared by Rev. D. M. Stems. others 0. C 0 l O Ayal
(Copyright, 190, by America Prm Aocati.] In His sixth word (verses 21-24) He A little boy, living in the most poverty. Gel Leons a r
The scene of today's lemon Is SFma- turns her to God the Father as seek- stricken rt of a great city, fou tents atte ding te wIL yas..
anIlna g not places, but hearts, of people and into as asUion Sunday emiool nd become Students attemdLieg 3 times week, 8e uth.
rias, and the center is Jacob's well on a Ing not places, but hearts, of people and a OhrtUan. One day, .not long water, Ditte ditto 6 ditto 12s do,
piece of ground which Jacob bought of sincerity, for while man looketh onthe roeo te to ake the ild's faith tor dftto 3 ditto 20s d
echem, son of a which ater- outward appearance the Lord looketh by making him so,-n peai M qmcti aes. Di tto 4-.1 -M r-1o .-
Sbe aemon ot Haoriac o ton the ekrt, -and "e Is a not a Jew If God really loves you, why doesn't 34, DUKE 1RRsPT
ward became the Inheritance of Jo- which is one outwardly, neither Ia that H take better care of you ? Why doesn't
weph, where also the Dooy of Joseph circumcision which is outward in the He tell somebody to send youa pair of
was buried (Josh. xxiv, 82; Gen. ixiiii, flesh, but he is a Jew which is one in- shoes, or else col enough so that you can 0 1.0
19). We are always taught in connec- warmly, and circumcision is that of the keep warm ti's bad weather?" The boy g
Uon with this lesson to think of Ja- heart, in the spirit. not in the letter, thought fTr moment, s 'd then satA, asI oltm5
cob's well, but I was recently remind- whose praise is not of men, but of does tell somebody, but somebody f r PROFESSOR OF SINGING
oed by a missionary home on furlough God" (I Sam. xvi, 7; Rom. ii. 28. 29). gets."
that there ;iimut be some reason for How much there is in many a (church
mentioning the pirtcel of ground le- w-hich passes before nen An worship. Duty can never have tc, much of our AND PIANO,
longing to .,oseI Iph Two thoughts are but which in the sight (of God is 0111oy diligence, or too little of our confidence.
suggested: Joseph was a fruitful a mockery and an aloniination and of Regitered I.S.
bough by a well whose branches run which He says, "Vain oblations, There is no action so light nor so mean
ever the wall, and here is the true Jo- feasts my soul hateth!" (Isa. 1, 18, 14.) that it may be eone to a gregt purpose,
aeph reaching over the Jewish wall to The Father is seeking for those who in and ennobled therefore ; n,.r is any pur Mrs. MacPhe;o has left Kingston for
the Samaritans and bearing much prayer and praise and meditation hold pse so great but tat light actions may
ftrit (Gen. xlix, 22-24). heart communion with Him, that He aP it, may be so done as to help it muah, the holidays. Her address is Mile Gully
Thb topic in last week's lesson was may reveal Himself to such and show may be so eone to be'p it eueb, most
the necessity of the new birth and the Himself strong on their behalf (II e lly that f of all purposes- he P.O. Notice of her ret will be gir
earehing truth that even the mnst re- Cron. -xi1). -O G o.-Rakin.
lgilous must be born agala Here we The woman's r.erence to Messiah, "--"
have the blessed assurance that- th. the Chri t (see chapter 1, 41), draws Put thy trust in God, in duty's path go f 11111 O fMlf
greatest sinner may be born again and forth His last word, "I that speak unto on.--Luther-. Iull o Ufiok
gesatly used to win others to Christ thee am He" (verse 20). The work is --
The heart of the lesson is the Lord done, her eyes behold her Saviour, her A pre eroe S, in the course of a "C10 oveil "
Jesus Himself and His seven sayings to heart receives Him, her errand is for-, public reetig. that he would prow* to
the woman in verses 7, 10, 13-14, 16, 17- gotten, the waterpot is left by the well, t h waa a fid
18, 21-24, 26 Weary and thirsty, we she even seems to forget that she is a claim to bea infidel" said a man BE school buildingare rou d by
ee in Him one who can, truly sympa- woman, and, hastening back to the present, and I am no foi." extensive ods. The b d
thize with us, touched with a feeling city, she earnestly proclaims that she Well," said the pr, acher, you dou't school is under the direct supervislou o
of our infirmities, tempted In all points has seen the Christ. Ier heart Is oc- mean to say there is no reality in Christi- the Principal, who resideson the premises.
like nQ we are. yet without sin (Heb. cupied with Him; she forgets herself, anity ?" Mat.ron--Mra -. A Cr'-well.
Iv. i5j. According to John's method of and great are the results. Many. be- @ i, 'tr," reped the nlidl. I Staff-Priacipal, A. hool Crowell, M
counting time, it was either 6 a. m. or lived on Him because of her testimo- havestudied all phases of the te I eistants J. H, 1 r.it. R.A. P. A. Oever
4 p. m. when Jesus rested by the well. ny, they constrained Him to abide have travelled and delivered letr (ate of York Ostle ad ses') C .
Compare chapter Xix. 14. His first re- with them two days, and many more ant Chrpstar sty for twelve yse 8 Ond Cin osweu Gradute Ae% ABea. Inattat
quest of the woman, "Give me to believed because of His own word prpllred to y the tieg to Prep sese on applietion to
drink." reminds us of one of His seven (verses 39-42). A" Yu're certaia there's nothing la it ** A. No Caawa
wvoris from the cross, "I thirst" (xlx, Let all women consider this woman *4 Quite certain I" ovelly," Kns tona.
2S). He was literally weary, hungry and also that the first meesegger after Will yea please tell me, teel, if a Next term began 16th Jansary, I90se
and thirsty as He sat thus by the well, His fesurmetloa was Mary Magdalene. Uma who will leeture twelve year. paianst
yet He was refreshed without actual and let no one hesitate to witness foi nothing is not a fool, what in year judg *
food or drink (verses 32, 34). Mm cause of what men may say. ment, wmId ostitute a fol ? The
His chief hunger and thirst was and Let all consider that the disciples hnd It tnfid e le littit of the world to
is -for tmhe souls of sinners. Have you just been in that city, but, as far as we sati t e .t mn "bo is aed t t wtr Ld d
refreshed him, and are you doing It know, uttered not a wor- about t w adsr the drmtto of the NR. L R.
daily by winning others? His second Christ whom tlhy had left sitting by --s-- _-a-"6. 1 l
-wod-to lbthe woman (t -e 20) takes Ts ta- rWell, Tor they wei ifith e cty tod .nevr, exr -7u as to g ive Ef of m
back to Gen. 1, 6, 7, waters above and buy meet (verse 8). Is your first Itr-nifths ewxca t nt bie dsturb to Ciusias of meoI utsay Oam.
waters ielow; also to Jet. 11, 13, the thought preaching Christ or something what is tanvlauntLa The gr.aS t BMWtW C am m fu se m .m _Ls i
fountaint U the broken elateras, aa4 t~ eit never to actn upp ition to Ute ia wtrd OA d Le
onward to IRev. xxi, G; xxl, 17, the wa- liaft, and to be willug to go *A l-r a l42a-
ter oflitfe freely given. ta. lv, 1: a. SUNDA Y NvOTES. God woud have o bewlIaog Pmt
alvih 9, might also be considered with'. Yemk --lai ar
mbuch prolt The faith tht belivv.e in th onr an TB3 1E ^PsING CHRISTIAN. r- 8todee gd In business M ,
Thus only can we become wells of em soon u t ththin..e oakune. -thin.:* as ite_ Otm tr j "
water sprln;:zng up. In last lesson we -- hr iI le ed i Ge.- k Cbhrth r ete.
aw the water to be the word, and the What theo art, that thou art; a ith, h tbout her two favouied saiat--S. 4CaU G 5. *l-P Stho t-
only way to receive Christ, who as by words oeat ttho be made gr-tdr rthn anue, tLe tvpe of tbe doatte euim o. .. ..
Himself the living bread and the iv. what thu art t he ight of God. If Sad St. NKcholls, the type of guisal, The o. a a---tl i .
tag water, tis by beieving BH word, theo oosldur what tho art withdiank., tie umneSl-. Chriuttaaity. lOr*u** *Mm6i 14
which is both 1 iirit md dlfe (hapter t- W^te he talk of thoc. S (aahlan. atens heaven, and Christ Per nardmins
Si, A) In the majort of bei, ors Men looketh oa the coanitencee btO God sea : shloen ar Ca l
i ). I_ n *r r W h rth t de What hMt tbee aeen on earth Cd-! Bsv. 8A. B, MATREWAIT,
the water in their well is very low bat God weigheth elatenteumu. ans? ., ea
and It is dallcult to obtain any+ trom ThO~s A' KaMrza. I saw," he saId "a peasant foeud i u
them because they do not let the word tag with hi. wagon l a matrh.- -f- "
of Christ dwell in them richly accord- There are people who say they woald Dids thoa help .hiT" I 5 00 .
Ing to Col. 11,. 10. In our Lord's fourth ike to do good who do not anile once a No." oPho l Stdio,
and fifth words (verses 4-0) He laid week. "Why not? hASorpHk, S io--,
bare to the woman her inner sinful -- -, "l wa coming before Thee," aid St.1 .1 .,A8 ,Q3N ST. .gr ,
lte, for only those who reualise that The only safe way to estimate a man is Casianus,' and I wasM afrasid loilng my A few doorst Wsh t- MN tthap -
--thu utims id notbHng Wbut sIn- -y bl his1 wBIteero .' Bt of Wilduen Stue to
e nr before God cnn appreciate a Say- -r Then St. Nicholas enters heaven, all Portraits, Cabinets, Ahilteelaral Ph.o
He- cm not to oil the r"i .W a thtnk t a acs rpht ui and cannot covered with mud and mnir, togtaphy, Gronp, Otnytt, cet Views
iour. He came not to call the Iasht attend toa n.w ida ,unti we eous, but sinners, and we must se old one ; but it is not impossible to o. n IM ?" raid the Lord. teur's Work; Film sad Piates developed
ourselves as helpless as the bitten Is- eeive of a Divine Mind which can enter. "I saw a peasant foaudtriog ia a and printed ia dull and gL.e la&h..
waelites before we will care to look be- tai an ualimitel number of concept at marsh,' said St. Niohola, 'sad I imt-mly Koda&k womk olledi or ,ai duhUaveta
Revingly upon Him who was made sin the seme time, shoulder to the wheel and helped him ouat. A Telephoae No. 286.

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Speslal tours arranged by the magnificent steamers of this line from Jamaica to rH
t he Spaniah Main and bapk to Jamilca; Jamaica to Triidad, Barbaeos and tbe Wind-
Sward and Leeward Islands and Jantae to Trinidad and Ia Guayrs and beek toJe t .
maea. The commodious etenmers f this line leaev Jmausa every alternate Meeday. .i 2
SPECIAL NOTICE -Begnninog with the R.M.S. TamT, siffing from Kijpgstnon
on the ltbh November, the steamers of this company Will leave tbla port ato5 p.m. on A A
zz every alZ 2.aste Monday.

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mperor YI Mtung, whose wunty- y.'P* -WD.TM 4 e'L,--tW W,--.
eaused war between China and Japan Hunyadi Jinos Bitter Water, beides bsiog an acelta general apealt't,
In 1894-95 and is the present bone of has proved specially *m~cciou m= the treatment of chrome constapatin,
Qpntendon between Japan and Rusal. venous obstruction and congestion, hemorrholds and obeaity."
AVERAGE Doss:-A wneglaswf i & fors breakfast,. aita ures or ditud with a
simdlar qutaaiity of hot or void watW.
lote the name "'H Hanuy James," atu of the PrepriOel.
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