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Title: Jamaica times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: February 4, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Kingston (Jamaica)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Jamaica -- Kingston
 Notes
Numbering Peculiarities: Volume and number designation is dropped with issue for <Jan. 6, 1962>.
General Note: "A weekly newspaper and magazine."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 41 (Aug. 25, 1900).
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Source Institution: National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) ( SOBEK page | external link )
Holding Location: National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) ( SOBEK page | external link )
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 28831784
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System ID: UF00085573:00064

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Cabin Tru nks aln oAW.Il t lm 8.1OA SCOrl ; LAD.
Trunks t for the bo eupa s Ito [ -le -et
M meetings VVM bow .f. is the M "A.
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"_ m ffA- ,3 WaIU *. OYRIELLY P OGAh TYo ... 1I1 D e e slaeM h etM. ton u-.
0C a b Tr n s t u m ., lClerk to oo oeiln .o g tW W- t 90e V ie a an l ot ofPt Jean 3.1 ebd 1" t


T-ravelli Wg Trunks It was 14 00100s. The 1y ls e 4 0 = A A thd e. Is *I j
T kJAMAICA TRUNKd ACTORY, St. cathegmrts n. l of Ss To. t w. S a tIar I. SUD s anW.
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FOR LE (noon) on Tuesday o the 14th" e Br ., ra dr I3 Qo oVns. t ST u 841e; .e. oin a t e tneay
W19,, for the supply of FoAdstu, tho prove foI Cl reta e a Ann Sl o st Dea er w i thee m Se
th- Poor House ; and for oert in other m ses I aov e O kept and preservead Anfrom the la t nd in ts rv w
FOR SALE Parochial Service, particular ordioti n a Deaaon on the 25the
*oOm aid- will &e Deaoen th May thls ShrbtunDay. in 2ll thvi year eas
will be furnished by the Clerk of the; no beng LeapYear, it will have
Board on plic to him at hi (h) A Saro may therefore e te compared 53 s nays i
at Spanish ow. to a revolvi wheel, or to a circle, within
By order, and around the cream fernc of which a (j) But there me years which have the
O N K PAJAC O B, A. P ,. A ,DZ snoce sion of revelat o s m ay be m ade. lst of J _" Ra M o n or rs y, o r
Bolrd ofSfiiint Ctherine ap bo 12 'clock 8ds LefbW Wa 015udy;M u. Thet ri tie n






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F(non) on Taday the 14th Pebruary, T.M.,i. u.dfro I. to VI. ,re correct, I mne yeor;,,1 i. n 1t January





F R for the .uppy of Foodst ff, &Cr to c prove f eril d I Ann this PartIIa 9m i I
Poor Hose and Ufor oerti oher It be ot aUn faler on r other i th ese ib t
parIiculars ofrbhll wrio' M a eri ron t abw rlat i n t pre os ea r as
eewillbe arished by the Clerk of the y 856 1 ; not beg L, it will have
Board on applicaUon to bi. at his otIe (h) A S ro my t f or e be co pare
atSUITABLE INGES. Spanih Tow. a revoli wheel, or to a rcle, wthn Say.


plANDADE ay b lestrated bly a i oa lm. *sqm other Mtere klday Ien e I sa
Clerk Pohi Board it may aot be e or coeit already tae (i a i s &aG
R im R OINOl G at O., a o P tathe.w. top mprited dla m.ra Ufrth ir lee r, oiy e lag



Swlth It he oealnbte not. o oer & of teef and aIwy oek
canr ibe a dar o ad divie s. Plamus reIsI IJ t has IAt a thal a y
I&SUITABLE HINGES. F& i.to Is WMa tsar?( he er, et w
I *eai at *ear uin mnI
e o tgat. j t l mB otnwe s mtrse og eon
VLE, ROBINON te Work and Pinting the S. I no ipedet A for thr eer, at t be
meant, 1294 Water Lane. (west nor m neoeslvt aris the Saem ay be l ap-yers) have om tSaet buoebat
ingn Mill of King Street.) p ddoeBot matteraater; ad lkewse t to
ngston 3 S. T s a nr e le be s with, one, or thethe her o1 feared at 1906 Its, ia t ate
Tomb san al em i al t sections; but he Mus not alter the sucessors, will not be M peeful ad
F xL geromed. wqekas oan h seq anf has to rgo retful thr tl em At as

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tued paspe ,and JA w~ar ina &a
Pre A.Tiflre, O"-olpChew, b yiMt*Aot
Fred.. M-Tavarwe
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February 4. IM


JAMAICA TI XTS.


*AGMICULTURAL COLUMN. 2.. BRAKES.
,-. __~ ...p. pted Ita...ltiaCns a tud Holylad Mo mi I F am -tm, la ito- 8 f! r of
It is our desire to thi Column to make the Paper of direct practical It d sen. a -
w iring = m.- &as 1. ,ouat o ~ther b e m In t "I se. W e arr
Agriculturiet, who supervises the Column. e. Apply B A. Kirkham, SBa.. r all the pomlar alen kinds.
S" pa- l B-at for Maagg G roMan a PeC&. o M .W
...... =Mtn o Bosm. 1ll s l ader. 0l T ism t saL Of3Af
THE FINGER POST TO SUCCESS. .W V a other Nfruito ,s. sete*" by aM. W per pair.
'-CANB GROWING I14 THB BILLS I THEB WEST INDIAN AGRICUI. so Casi &.S 'a wWp e
ro TUR AL CONFERENCE, 190t.0 4' C-h .Wb*t st. the Ptrndil='t" Spe0M
4bs ~iflas Herald sayr.-The grow- The fifth West Indian Agriueliural Coa. BEIEZWQIE & go.. "
i of tgar soanroon r ayoUad Is i a fm eremoew-opened In r.t.t _n.-W, JoM Inir tmsi. o l."
eashty where early every condition 4th. The Qoveror Sr Heary M.Jackso, 8outa 'on MA. I eaen. i
weON omo to-be savovr.ble, is belong KC.M.G) exe hearty welcome to Established 145. s eU M and hard to be"t W
ooeis la ibe tate of Sea Lpa the Bepreisetatlves. per ..
P i-ed t. cno ya' crop,,N8w to ,am Adoo wowlsen pdon- was tod @,-I, wseNea, nh x h r.
.tobooeof dtbe ai thahasq a r HtOOpeir Brothers, '
--to d pthtp tert io thipblio for ad a rie of ow sdee lts obtl aed to
ye. The property the Agna Beem ree ut years la ratng vd riet*.e of canr oldest and only Reliable Firm te the fG i MU. l Ue
b ofwi d by th Bleo Tamfpo douiore o ae sad less able to We"t lndie for
...... 8601. th4t i. |2WstM6 -a-D- wnk da l fio
1101o1 sad two miles fow the station advaawe had bee made toa 6th dtlreeto. BES, QTTOEEN, and
--ea l TaePtekv brach of tbhe OCrtrl rbe prospect. of *ea tedstry,' *amld .
kaown as Tamasopo. The plantation eom*- Sr Daniel Morris, "were more lavrae a
pktse. 6,000 acres and 240 seres are now I thano they had be" for ay years ad it UN
plad to sgar ae. The property lies I was relied that he Wet ladies, after P Box 141 Kinton J.
artly on the low lands and party the the stresnos ff rs m de in their behalf, .O. .4--
hilt of the mountain range immediately had at lIa t ibtnt d a position which Removed to 115 Water Lane; corner of g
back of it. This range is four thousand should enable them o compete, in the Temple Lane.
feet higher than the lower country far her British market, on eqnu t terms with all
towards the coa-t sugar-producing counties.
Sugar c.ne is Lrowinp v ry profitably in la B-itish Guiana there were 13,voI
the lowliads were there is plenty, hut ares plated in canes other than Bour- L EKEEPERS
not too much mohiture, and a warm tem-r bon the tents of experin eat having --
ature, which is great and benecil indicated a increased yield acre of N view of the approacin oney
tor necessary to its perfect growth. On from 12 to 20 per cent over L of the ea ae remindda e -
til.P- mea^ASJ ager am Boatrbo. At Barbados the general sa- of appie for Bee-aeeping, teead.-
e as the hill ides them L salts of the teedlig experimarti jstl. t .1 4
A o f 'a e" .. L ed the opi. ionthat he r.-. n of ed.. -offm. an Frames, Hive .Boxes,
Irtb and ost miitiN, as a treaty ltUi;B eanes a-nded peil promlie -at -b
to. as-ur- fmIs -_"-: f-" ivO Covers, Honey B ri&.- For e ase or- Rent,
a- -om1ea@, ole of ete bat ews -1 eating asa Was gi adully .e.ianm-t. At,
adl Mote vans k shates tse 0e2&. Ansia Where tht"e wets abouWt Extractors, etc.
n .ofti Tari ..0"M o ere e a uderca caultivatio,. the area mWa me
0 100 *4 MGM' w nder DdBorboM had been reduooed to 204 An wel as Ca1b Foadted.n, can be o-
Wiest* eaaee-.spe y B 147 saM d 08-sees- I
f_ ._ ,.m ri o.*g. --A Fne FamHiy Reeidene?
y ds of a much larger are oas te Bor. JAMAICA PREBRVES AND I -
ar o etol ta r Is sto goor w U which was at es dmesou s 'aivdy- No. 1, Normn Road,
an Oslw. r p a nseI, MU: steeked by dises atmat fan wereo- HrYO 0C.9 LITR,
.Cm exist M ln U tertam"a some "dote1 wIld have 68, Port Royal Stret. Sa.. npi -g4a t L .i. yee .r,
M i d. a rar 82"M.I One to abandon sgar-e s cltIvatIon. Fie deieem. Drawiag -- d
fte art d of tn trops While a The first of the recent experiments in N.LB.-Por CAS on all orders of 10. Booss; Side Plasa. and neoemeary Ot.
other three fourths lBe se" the hills. cotton growing was started.at St. Lucia and upwards 4 per cent. discount will be buildiags. Apply



f.Twas.1..s ..s. .Zt ar r th... sl. aMinn.... 9 DC n earnes ,..equalr id


a eStSer w Iom, *Si- 'I'SS- >-II '- 5 Or ar IT.) Jlu nIU la annte
,.e d n s ini. raillw, inlO eh -peuny In Umertl- I




The.r . i iEa *-*Ca*** k" o* _M a i... .-.f., ow. of
INai dsa -of M Ise i mit .os' tend el. The re" 14 oq O WCE.

a-- e Is t at of the jre,aattrmaw ott ag 1 S S K'.. -
..e d i as e .al S N i w im l.pt l**pa ea T hW w mat W a s p7.2 6 aWts 6Ad d.- 1* A~ h e et !
.aaaMh**n** **enosih ea a 11. ad1. tarheah as a. r .astea a.R. hr -UAS. DaOORBIVA.

have ea CM cthedo thb eAul." Ain'ds !. in maoomg da *
aMthe epote Thwo far t. t thbe Ivas M e. to 4n00 19"Bw w




.e of mine wmisth a veertaewkir*s I oeteslt aratele Is, NM h da sett9e,
Iso *a sm ** the weuld -. f .r the w. .__ - wi
so more s j i th e 1statI wsn 3a hi Sa onf ae Voris"m m ?ra3es *I tte35m" C 8 DODO
have s e dlat be l dpo'qdI am 0W..?res In 2004


oatt attttee 'AL ALIS, gn in* 5a.* 5am seaa
br d vl O te rtvwjmhb Thus the Photographic Studio,-
-of do Wele = Wt4 81La QUdo38352*0thatted m&W hOWIlyOur
endW sam e adeemi *kWme, iEWe ly twe
belp twtm.in. iedn the, nthe "0lbdawA few deemS West 40e 3p chPaeL. CIGARS Amm (1GARLTES
*~~~ vanerd.Th rimens theIt" *I.11ideamSte,
t &"p whfbInh nos '__1e to fatas&* *.1 LG
~t. h. s "lgUthe e In WM*AxebBsadI Ph. 5W-0 edgd f 'W mii
~ be~w. Thi rema~nsUsthe tars Work; nifl. s..4P at sd0 4 e0wXotli uvetn,~S pI
4U.whik ~& jdmkwek tile f~ ta deived.0 WbWOclose daily at 5 p__m1


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J AM A ICA T TM


February'4, 1905


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swamp*


W~aofe t so to pObte.(aamg
my bead&ad I b~oome inv t
ba"t ~ to be iiA d ,,ti*Atoto
popem. a 41m. bett~edr te 19W41
-mo a'tCuch. *to lay with stone oz


IS* sus..iewvvs


To te one wo solves the meeot pmr m yseek Aun lsago wfil award one
oook as a Pri e. ou dinOg your ansv ers say wnnch book you wat. At
the esd oef this quarter t Ant Ma*go will e ft of bcoks to the solver who
bhas does bt darmin hu, ,ro-li three b atbs. A. thi will be doae orery
qua tr. Yor samwern should reoh ue o ith t aturt.a ollowlag the publies-
Sto of the pUrssi


A new lot of Books, for Pdres have been ordered. The
here whed the book arrive.


list will be printed


PICTORIAL PUZZLE.


I_


No t.-D JlAMnD.
1. A third ,f tec. t. No" ry. 3. -
Weak in intellcot. 4. Pieoes of armor
fo defae, 5. A q-eiteat imtreueut
for viewing disut M *Jots. 6. Tos ome
before. 7. A tempest. 8. To mimie. 9.
Athirdoftes. .
No. 385.--8UBTRATIOS.
Subtract one from destmretion and
have to 6fl
Subtraote ve from to warrant ad have
an exelamaiou.a

Key to the P ssler.
No. 51.-Syneopations: 1. Fiust, l s
2. Bread, brad. 8. Marry, Mary. 4L
Stair, stir.
No. 72.-Z.oologcal Acroetic: Rhf-
noceroq.- 1. Rattlesnake. 2. Hedgehog.
--L lebewnilin 4. Newt. 15, Oyater.
6. Camel. 7. Elk. 8. Rat. 9. Owl. 10.
Seal.
No. 353.-Charade: Pig-tail.
No. 854.-Preflxe: 1. Prove, Improve.
Material, immaterial.
No. 355.-A Flight of Stairs:
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*. StUN a botia and fourteempound-

I. A large boat ad an artlflcer-An

S. To agitate and something to woUnd
-Agret poet.


Pdmals and 1.als name a holiday
4~eu~Nos too-W W,


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17,&AT ST.,K6 mO


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6 49 lm. miwhine isenet B40Fsmef*1he
so *a 0 0.1 pe*Oso
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FIND HAMMiltR SCREW DIVXtR AND BIT BRACE.


"What have you ther, JoCk*4XYWI-
im ba~mr .1
pule 11 for th*e e1pbuw -t "ls




Orgm.44, AU Souse. n wrc




This Is 40.e-im thiamiat" bee*,t
to jamaim s tthe ?beee an a I.
I 4,Ao ltbft I


No. 856.-Bird Puzzles: Cockatoo.
Canary.
No. 857.-Diagonal: In Memoriam.
* Crosswords-1. Deelmalism. 2. De-
. moniacal. 8. Declension. 4. Decolor-
Ste. p Decorously. & Defamato. T.
Decerption. 8. Diminution. 9. Invoca-
tion. 10. Invitation.
No. 858.- Denitions: Munifcent
Mediator.
C-m*eiatve At omy.


Master-The eyes are given to us so
that we may see. What is tlh,. -.te
give for, Jenkins?
-B*&hlit-To kt-cp ey lassrs o' slr.
Oan You Diame Then.I


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This leap year proposal business 9
all rot. I know lots of gtrls. but tbay
aia't one of 'em proposed to mta"


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February 4, 1905


JaM


fl r C TIMES


feaertlysheatealtofthebiguatti Play
wa to hare a" eni edea n L. R Wd or
24ti 3Isaary provided Mr. Marsea4 Lad-
snilelmeast recovered ftre the long res
voyage adroi. The friends of both Mr-i
*hall and Janowaki are oafident as to
tha M*ml-


aI. W. MIH, -- I
Beaumont, S A& pleea t 9pala t of Calioeals. <(a
Norm. RBoad, Kingston. Dr. B6ija-I Marshall) who was piesent
at the Chess Tournament at St. Liaus,
4th Fbruary 1905. writes of the Btoolynlt thus-
Solution of Problem No. 94." M arshalli tnndobtedly a phenomenal
Sof Pobl No. 9. plyr and Is looked upon as having he
W hbie. lack blacy of Pillaby ad the more
Kt to K B 3 Any move sedate quality of a Lasker or a Steinits
Mates accordingly :-- to a very grea extent, and although the
stralt of hs recent efforts Is already
Oorreet Soludoas received from Qae*s showing its effect apon a highly seealtie
Ptwn (" a fairly eoentruoted problem"), orga iztoon, stillitis believed be will
Leo, A N. Stuart, and B. M. (" a wily enter upon any serious ontest faly pre.
little problem where White Castles when pared and only after saffilent rest."
K x Kt.) -")
Solution of Problem No. 95. The follow ig a description of t ie
WBbeautiful trophy awarded to Mr. W. E.
White Black Napier-the British Amateur OCes
R to Q B 3 any move Champion. It toI a very handsome
Mates accordingly :- and costly specimen of the silver-
Correetly so!ved by Leo, Qaeens Pawr rnith's art executed irilvwerandhmrosze,
A. -.Bteart land B. M. (" a capital little s2ggtiAg the partisans of tw o colors in
ornbleam Ti author may well hnnot A game of Ahea T The chief festure


f B-asi,'") the large silver crown, the filet beiag
hung with shields to record the presen-
Problem No. 98. taton. The four arms cf the crown are
Prize Problem from Tidikrift for Schack' elaborated scrolls, taking the general form
of the imperial ero wn diversified with
By the Rev. J. JESPERSEN. jewels (these being shown in silver base )
BLACK (8 Pieces ) oa the upper portion ttd having on the
most forward curve shields of arms bear
tog reFpectively the arms of Eng
Slan4, Sco I ir, Ireland and Wales. Fes
M I toons of chain depend from the center,
and on the foot of each bar of the
crown is a chess knight, two of
A whblob are bronze sd1 the othr
A two silver. Zght broose pawas and
eight silver pawna are plieed Irouta the
llet and united to the ehess knighta and
to eaob other. An t raved silver bhebs
board ib shown witMa the rlkb on the Toot
U j *f ; -of the reown above the ileWt. sad ter
S choes oonteat ts symbolizing by two
knights in armor of the fifteenth cent y
engaged in single combat on the boar.,
one being in bronze and the other in -l-
ver. In the center of the four arms of
"'-" e the royal crown b the or*, or mound,
WETS (11 ieee) above which I standing the figure of
White ates in two moves Victory, with theseeptre In one haod and
a wreath of laurel in the otbet.-Pitfs-
Solutions and eriticisms are iavitedo burgh Despatch.e
Before his depart re from Brooklyn for
Paris Mr. marshall intimated that he Where Britain Scores,
had decided, on the advice of his bekern, -
.o. dlteontioe n-4-ti64ti w-Ith Dr.- -he increasing number f fatal ae -
LIakerfor the world s chamiloaalip atch dents upon our railways alse for more
as the -ltter's term. hare proved far than pas aig omeet -
from satalftctory. He also stated that. There were more than 86,000 easuakit,
unless Dr. Lauker chose to take a differ-, neilaAl* nearly 1,000 detAs, upon ouar
eat stand he would have nothing farther lines i the latest fiaeal year. la the latest
to do with him. Hle hopes to enlit the corresponding year only six passengers
coe operation of the foreign authorities on' were killed in the whole of the United
the game, while abroad, and, if someasful, Kingdom by aoemdents to trains. The
will then meet the champion on an equal casualties to pa.engiu.-, employers and all
footing, other persons on the railways of the
United Steas n resent fiscal years (ending
The publishers of Lasker's Magasine June 30) have been as follows :-
guar t teed a regulation for the second Killed. Injured.
number of 15000 oopies 189..... ... 6,136 33,748
--- 1896 ....... ..Sos S3s87
Maenaall s much talked of now la-_ _6. W .. -iI- -
UM ren io ls. On the eve of his depar 18 8....... ,880 40
tare for France be surpred hits friends by 1g ......... 7.123 44.0I
annoneg bhis marriage with Miss Caro 1900 ...... 7,85 M
lin noth- Krate.s of eokly.. Ti ........ 8,48 3.
"""" 1989 A* I8,588 W4,Q8
The la of theproblema eaterwd in our 190...... ... 9,810 763
loeal problem competition was putlisbed
In ear lsea. of the 28th alto, The With the mnoreased income of the rail
j e' award is now looked forward to ways the plea of poverty on the part of
wi ome amount of ntrethe railway corporations and hasty con-
S_ strction to open ap the country i
The **Chelteaham Examiner" in review obsolete. There is no excuse to dey for
SManhalt's Ohess Opentigs remark* improvised con traton or flimsy rolling
that the author i the neweat approach stock, and the public may well challenge
Ita Morpoy that the w 4 ha "oen. the policy of distributing enormous same
aofthestro estlivinj, ad the most aint4in aa e
i, s of thestrougest nall doz m. track line and running trains in opp site
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UIt oI ( 1i oVer V ue vuw LHUI.
Bohemia" cites the following inter The satirical suggestion that aeeideuts
eating little anccd4te from a Ber'in might be prevented by makiun a director
ewsee :-To prove to his te cher that ride on every locomotive is not practi-
he would write already, small boy Tar cab!e, bat if it is practicable to institute
raneh, whose age is six, showed a sla'e more *rigid inveftirations into the cetves
entirely coovered with written ekrictets of these disasters a-id to inflivtI a'eq'i ta
"Very good," said the teacher, '- but punishment upon th3e repoahibls lor
hat s It all about?'" That,' answere.i them. Eigland's coimpartiiv ir.ninity
the ehild,-"Mi the frst variation from to h tis ru mature it1 to TtiT 1 .-
BIlmer of the Ruy Lopez attack that the Board of TiaJe will prose-
--. eut- ani secure the niprioinment of the
The Brooklyn Champion has arrived guoly pereor, whether he he an enJilne
in Paris and the Chess World now awaits driver or a director.-Xew York Herald.


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iLnova throughout tv roserfweEIn air cpu
of Aemla. OeM#Atyand e4smc.:yoawwa
.hi Dowr- fto vim-se w "0u~M n o liae
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addition to the registuadtrede-mark
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Where can I get a variety of real Tempting Fancy Groceriest
At Birkbeok's of oouxme.
Sach a Lovely Display of Confrctaonery. Such Delicious Biscuita
Such Fragrant Perifumes culled from the Sweetest of Flow.rs
Such a Lot of Ladies' ani Gent imee's Toilet Pqaiattes.
-AIL. TatdSE ARKE 10 BSK AD--
Only at BIRHBUCK'B,
49 KING STREET.
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WADK TO Ob:DRL
65, King Street, Kingston, 65.



SPECIAL NOTICE


I will be absent from the

Island for a few weeks.

'On my return due notice

will he given.

DR WILFRED DUHANEY


D JmP E,


Osteopathic


BPSOIALTIHM :-8toinacb.


Liver,


Skin and Blood Disesee


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Tir *fO Ito***i*e s stoed 45-
MheI to she* 4weoa ofL he CatColi
Usasem sao Sed.ty-Mernr D. L
AI.. .Cot. IL b .I J.
S C. Gare. J NeJtds,
C. Bn sar W LwIsc.
wneov.e.IE Mar.eu lM eating Cay

air A. W. t~saing forwarded a uines
sewau te au gtas Cricketer'as enter
tafaeit .re.d..
Mr. A. Macbowel Nathan, of Mews.
N Uslan Sherlock & Co., arrived by tLe
iK. .S. Tagw on Friday.
There Is a King's Rouse ball on the
24th.
General Nogi is said to have grown
aged and worn and ij careless of his dress
and appearance, leeling the rempon.ibiRty
of the enormous a:rifiee of tife in the
Iate operations.
The MKev, H. A. N. Powell of J.1ale6
.La.. ... e .. m a.. m-lr in Tri'imanid It b


has recently b en moved for Jamaica re
ceived in departure several appreciative
addresses.
The New York Sun, in a very flatter-
ting notice of the new American Post-
m.ster-General. Robert J. Wynne, says :
' [he Wyneo are C athlio* and strict in
their attention to their religious duties-
t'hey tre Irish o % both sides.
Ibe Rev. C, H. Colee M .A. distributed
Prizes at the Montego Bay Church M'ig
School. A letter was reid from Mr.
Baden-Powell who was unable to be
present. This school now has 89
scholars. Miss Webster, the valued
teacher has left to take up a pcat at
Rauea's.
Mr. Alfrel Hitchins who entered the
service in 18ses, and rose to be Oolletor
for Ma1g0sU at aM hu ar 4 mu0 hab re-
aaed, owlai to ill belth Mr. RIL .
Naea continues to act for him.
rhe au sea at Ckoato Sprin einduda:
La1 P. Stern, Kmgto; R B.
f.tekinu, Rq.,St Ca aine; Mja-r H
Crieohton.Browne, and Sir James (lichten-
Brou ne.
Mr. L A. Moody, who a at prmevat
studyig medicine at K na's Colle Loa-
don, and who was recently ill tis now, we
are glad to announce, quite reco* red.
Mr Solicitor M. M. Baquie has re
moved his utfioe from Duke street to 105
Water LaWe.L ,
Mr. U. D. A. Rabinson son of Mr.
Aubtey Robinon, of the Kingston Mill
.euumed so the *itm o the Port I e.
M,. I T. Motta, eectrical engineer,
oa of Mr. D. I. Muta, habas gone to
tPamaa to take up work there.
Dr S. C. dePass, Deet, will be married
oa Uhe Sa t Mia A. L. Barrow.
Tae felewiag were -|in r by the
Pert 2spel Mr. a I Mra. Cowen, Major
Swart, Mr. a. Maxwa Bal, MH. t.
i a Mr I R. H. Mnro,
JR.fl H #I= Mr. (jrU R Mobimns,
Iat, &L gQ'j. 1 a 9dMr. S ndwer,
ase of nsW ."'The steamerWas


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O2!aE htMrf. &S.OMI S M
'~l~~; -3,4Mr. L Poibese Kin**"m
one Ienute, ehase.sa he a
Vt minim wthb egruset hedA of
,4r. W ~0 Lltohiine Of K'urstc,
yousat s ofMr. B. B Ditobtum.lie
IL& 1"Wa widow and-t obildtea
it ma be jtmr&4iy km that,


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M Ir. lMIIM who tvoUW dowr Jam-


ad &is,1 0 dwat.e. t Ib a tao 4dl-
hon'rndde ~sto the Gsaeeabt of Sir


AdvwUdnc Canada.
LCTU DY MI PULLm-BUy.

At the Da. .-ess oe n Moday.
evinet Miss PuUeBary dehvered a
leearer ow Canadla alustete by antern
viawa. -otary So atItctaua was
p 47Ey atwaded. The AMrKhbl o f ianon
Kilbu ad Be. HeMry aeo. M.A.
wel aMOaS these preaAnt.
The pVturew UOgh iaila wage spler
idly brought g ut ad m loaded view of
Sanadae leA winiog n entrel. tourists
tesrta and of the Canadian Pacific Hall
way, their steamers and building. They
showed the great progress of this enter.
pricing company wonder ir Wdlliam Van
aorne, which has forced its way through
hills, plans aad forest to a height of
thwevA- of tees above sea level, and far
tainto the regions of the Mocky Mountainas.
somae antifutl Iasas wB-- ,ig.tlr-
and mostA posaresqae oeaeries of the
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The lecturer dealt chiefly on the
scenery and gave a very interesting ase
count of the country's features, bat anid
little on what most concerns us, and that
is the possibilities of trade with Canada
as a whole.
A few yes-s ago the average Canadian
k..ew little or nothing of Jamaica and it
so looked upon us with a face of lnrttlter
ence, perhaps simply as a land of sugar,
rum, cocoa-nuts and yellow lever; but a
cha ige has come over the spirit of his
dreams, and to day there are large pos-
eaihues of a big trade between Canada
and here, This we aboald have been de
lighted to hear more of from the lecturer.
At the close of the lecture she Arch
bishop, on behalf of the Deseoone Home.
eadered a vote of tanks to the leeiu-
tar caring" e remarked atht in mg5
S e will to lke manner letare on
Jamaica and its beater and that the
teada raised may go to aid the Da
seom Amee."' A oacert followed and
the programme included soaps by Mrs
it. ILEHamilton, Inspeetor Tremlett, Mias
Urmhy and Mrs. Farses. Mrs.
Da Oost rendered a fine piano sol, Mrs.
Hamilton won the encores of the eve-
ning.

The Strathmill Competition.

The above competition of which we
gave partinlar* in a joregelag i=se, ha1
raslted thas :
The twal rua seaored In the Match
were 8. No &aea came *xatly Aash
with that. So that the pre is divided
equally among the 9 co -a tors whoeM
sesa eas" mrest. as A ame.
i= aJaeob. of 4 Blake road aues-
ned 7, Mr. DAlY Lews of Maaovalle
800,Mr.staahDe*16 mr 8 PortRBoyal
t 00,K Mr W. V To Ka street
D00; Mr R Morri 7 EA atret 800,
M. L. Oeomtantle Green, Perua. 76
084dobom 02


liv" sb'erthe C.peitom at
ib fohscikIn the Oleaset Ou.. ga
rhdhi. .bim Its ua v


Ia ana te*e -m aftily 1,OuO reuias.
TMe Joam were Mo o W K.Joha-
aom W.I*eSrN, and D. 3. DJ Oibb.
8me of l oamp.tteor did not oa-
Sas hmslves to te cold straight tUes
of pre-. rt Ike the metal Mr.
H.gg dropped teo vee. *t Ah what is
falu was thare my master* attim .
Take for ittaace tis SflIt of oe aspir
lag toward the luarel wreath.
0ag bshmen now stand and drink
Strsuaiil Whaky an the day,


Tmayr QuCKmE THE LivaR. The action
of Doans dinner pils on the liver, is direct
and specific, exc tag every nerve, pen
very channel, and causing a free
all torpid and stagnant bile. (Of aU)
Chleuistsg .


February 4, 19c


A CABB IN 5L5UTJ1ZMA.

A hmlW salmUtike the iwlg
2!!etby r. han M. li.Jehases. o


toas me ed vm here.
*'I have ba as your Deaa' beek.-
ache kidney pl shebot s weeks" be
says.. aid I seem tohe qeits eil ag ,
at oAgbI had bee sferlag rty
two y before from dltseEiag kidepy
,asep a. Idoan't know whta it wa
that maued my Ulas, but It oame n
Iadlally, and soowt I began to &0 -atmul
Pa-o oe te d mall of my bask, My
ank'esa ad ambe felt swollm, aad the
dinaryI sytem did iot see. ritht; thte-
was a sediment t the water. Iwas eon--
tiunally troubled with dfiziness ad chilly
spells. -Although I had gWood medleal
treatment, there was nteer any sooess-
until 1 began with Doea's backache kid-
ey plls. This medicine has quite set
me right, and I shall reoonmmeadit to
others. (8gd.) FRANCIS M. JoaMsox."
Doan's backaebe kidey pl are forthe


dik ays sat btsoner entyans awar astrot
the bowels They tone and heal as.....a


kidneys, and thus elp them Ia their
great work of filtering the blood-help
them to filter out the poisons and impuri.
ties that cane pains In the back, htpo
and sides-cure dropey (swelling of limbs
and body). gravel sediment, rheumatism,
sleeplessness, nervousness, ehilliness, irre.
guls flow from the kidneys-all uric acid
troubles, diabetejr. fright's disease, bear-
ing down pains, beart troubles, general
wea'- ness, etc. / The med cipe~mnay e had
of druggists a d stores geh!!lIly. \
A FREXB8AMPLE : To promettheir
merits, send us your name and address
(a postcard will do), and we will forward
yoa. free of share, a sample of the
medicine and a book on kidney diseem
at once. Address : Foster McClellan
Co.,8, Wells a., Oxford st., Leodon, W.

Parnama Canal History.
William L Sermg. ex Minister Cot.
ambia and Ventoezela, In hb book oa
"The Colombian &Md Vweuale'tn -
publies continues his beistry of- the
"PanAnMa CaMel roMIse." bgfrp
with the failure of the Lelseps Panm-
ma Canal Company and the orgeani-
tion of a new company to take over the
franchise and property of the old one,
pay fts debts and complete the canal on
the new plan. He writes of the nego-
tatimss of the United States with eI.-
aufia in 190S, te rjectieU b the
Coluambia HSenat f the Hay-Hrran
treaty, and the inaal ratification of that
treaty.

Thanked.
Tag PaorsTORn
A"o fao JAMAICA Trmu.
Gentleime,-I have bUen I truetedto
forward "to you a eopy of thoe following
rIsolaio peo ed at the last smnferee
of the JamiIea Union of Teaebers:
Reolved, "Islhat the best thak of
this confervese be seat to the Propeeter'


and the Idttor of the JAMAICA Tis for
tleo spae afforded the Vtokm duarta at
for the wblloeato .of Ufoumn atw,
aud for the mary-uefni sae lhelpfluatt.
eles wilib have appeared from tie to
tti In the Itnrtme of dedation."
I am, yr obdts. Servt,
ALBana J. 8xnra
]GeR, sery.
30 1. 8 .
A SERIOUS MATTER.


You nasu have a tood Watch-yoear
suerCe- in bu n. a depends upon it a there
Ssold In ealeand to day ae o taeIaest
Watch ever oonstracted-thb maker
kh. LkMA mkSwaimIl f0nt0A aJ dAt O MaIllahL


for its perdIoteo at the louggt Axhibi-
eteaM ever wheld-ba to leara more abonk
shis Watoh yea are invUe to ask for a
epy of the Be)G. Ulte wleh wuli be
at post free by J. N. MasAtrs, Ltd.,
Wat heaker., Rtv, Se'ez, Bagland.


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The welt Zode.

QUBTS BROWD IN ALREADY.
FORMAL or NING WITsH QA*D BALL
cOMsB LATER.
Hardly sov one believed that the new
'Hotel TUe fi std would be ready for open-
ing, as wvA asonanoed, on Feb. lot 1906
but the eeergetie management has been
ema better tmhan i word, and with great
promptes opened up on Monday Jan.
, for the seaemmodatin of passenger
4F iown' fri- the 181at.m
Certainly t"s us oslelated to ll the
fa*if u A.JfM..us. 1.& &O.. ia


Sdirectly out o the poreh o* th.t
t les csa easil be lseed outside ug


s *iu the fasy oftshe people. At he footo
j of the WlH vo which the hotol
i sitted- lies the western bar*t"r
where the steamships all land the r patten.
goen and freight and eamai aMt aa or in
the bsek roaD' are hilalope. covered
with waving palms; to. the east as eat-
era barboar, while farther along on the
shore lles Folly Point with the light
hoqsefpaltedi rin gt bands of red aud
whe and aro beyond a w
the Golden OaribbesaM.*
The Botel fiehfeld Is owned ad eon.
trolled by the Hotel Thehield Company,
a New Jerey Corporation, the offer < f
which are Andrew W. Preston, President,
Ch.rles A. Hubbard, Treasurer, E P.
Grabow, Asss.ant Treasarer, and Bauene
Ougs, Secretary. The Directors of the
Company are A. W. Pretonu, UqbLrles A.
Hubbard, Alen Ainsle, eB &. Grabow.
Engene Ong, W. A. MeKennel, J. A,
Jones, and Willias W som. Te Men-
ereiYtlhe dotel "ntehield COampay
are M.asr. Alineai. r frahaw nof R ..


He i glad to be la Jamas -u 1sashIt
efat after the ftos and Severity of the I


Wnter o a gl-ad.
It 1. laoresing to know that Mr. Me.
Gill aw J. T. BrOwn the famous York.
shire crketer shortly before his death.
That sal event ocearred when Brows was
oWly S.
"*Bes poke" said Mr. McGill, "very
warmly of how aleely be had been treated
in. Jimaica amof the beauty of the Is.
lad. Infeat itwes h is tatmes, I
know, to come eut here b tottle
It was largely owing to Mr. MeGll
that Mr. Brow paid his vit to Jamaia,
where he will anW be r---tbered by
Amany for his unassuag ability nd fiae
dispostion.

Imperial Parliament.


The King has signed a pr elamation
ene ~ j&WWn es~m S~*r br --g I


The eion uil be opened by ute t ang


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completion of the #ithl later will be
marked by a formal Ball, but the present
opening to the public iU worthy of some
anotie.
The foundation for the new structure
was laid in Sep'ember, 1904, and building
operations wer be-nn at once under the
supervision of Lhe Oontractors and Build
ere, nILUS & I'oor, ot Lynn, Ma with
Mr. Outlci itus in charge. M. ct huess
from the S:atee ere brought to Port
Antonio aw oceaeiodl demanded, and as
the various departments were ready
the sub-oontractors sent their men to
Watal necessary apparatus axd complete
tbe part of Ste work.
A word of praise is due Mesrs. Titn &
Poor for their remarkable task performed
io well in the midst of dilficultie which
they wouldanot hai e eoe ed nearer
therefore, The enb-contractors are as
Jollows : MeXrs. Bogle and Smith, of
Beta, g; Messrs. Armstrong
Somer8lh Mass. Plaibinag;
Amerien Painting and Deoratg Corm
pa ofl Boetes paintlg; ted Roof
opaay of Boston, late roof; Lord
Elee-ls Company of Beston, wiring;
Meoers. Me Kenny Waterbary of Boston,
electric fixtures ; Burrowes Screen Corn
pany of Portland. Me., wire screen : Du.
parquet, Ilaot and Moneuse of Boston,
kitchen furniture ; York Manufacturing
Company of Boston. i es plant WIliam
G. Bell Oompany, of Boston, refrigera
tors, John .Wasmaker el New York
tarnitenre; liggiae Md iter, o
New York, eoey iad da
Wallae & Sou, New York, a
Prothngbaim & lSefferan el Botoe,
carpets, Heywood Bro & Wakeed
Company, rattan furniture; Shpard Noe.
well company, of Bes t, liam, eurtaeae
aHere then is one more step taken i
paIg up to the travellita public a
atr fort snequalled fo timate asad
gori---' e of seenery. For several
years the first Titscheld Hotel enter
taMAed toarits troa all parts of


-o amz man-y
A morieswil Ungerilk I
Id "dlons who --2wI
Mi t.a wLdv a.Wtti


a***ma1 of wiltoeaclh year
the ereatiea of a large boaae,
have the New Tiwb ld with i
edai&ote for fout hundred pee
to most fastdious person wul
9 me 1a' ob ,eilenit to satisfy
and the cauliary department wl
Tthoe wwin be found 0601
*vry wa, for in addition to
- demandd euites with private
-S e 4l B~t ow er "h e
ea thety to pablile io
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Stoer ktre whih an the l.et open the
Sim"s recalon and waiting room ball
row% sad bdlhard reo m, bamboo room,
bherb bop, ete. On the right of tee
fwer are the orlio room and lar e dini
haL While eash room has t ldivkI
f i deeoratoA the general ootonr
b to I seek that there tb a s irm i
bimlA h Asna a-anm-a --im rap t


tom. The mala feature and grad at-
ietiotalI the a at floor will uadoebtedly
peove to be the brad plau t which .a
eight hundredfeet long sad varies from
isteen to twenty-six feet In width. Th'b
view from this pazzs is one of great
ba nty aAd ample provision has been made
#r tWhe aetia who may wish to dine *a.
-o deors as the dialog room opens


ton, who are also Proprietors of the New
Oeean Honse at Swamp 8eot, Mass., the
New Magohlis at Magnolia, Mas.. aun
Managers of the Hotel Empire and Hotel
Taullries in Boston.
Among the first nests to R rive at the
New ritchfield were Baron Von I eer-
of New York, the Hon. Henry C. Cal,
well, ex Judge of the United States Ci-
cait Court of Arksius's,Mrs Caldwell Miet
Oi well, and Mi k Dickin,.n, who are-
here f-om Little Rock, Ark Mr, Stanle)
H Eldridge, of Boe'on, Hon T. M. SA~r-
gent, Alderman of Somerville, Mass.., and
Arehttret of the New Titehfild, Mr.
and Mr*. Harry C. Wilson, Kinstes.
Pa; C. A. 8quire, Kingston, A. 0.
Trower, London ; .8 Abis, Amsterdam ,
Mia Ger-rude- Miller. Kingston, Rev.
Fatber Powestti B-oautea ., ; iber.
tag in all 98 uneet, asrlmndid sbowinag t w
". Afirstday," an4 that only a partial
opening.

Jamaica in England.
THE ADVERTISING THAT TELLS,
Mr. H. E. MGll is one of those h bppy
individuals who coming to Jau.aici, f-a i
in love with our 6eautifal Island ; au,,
going abroad again are impi-l!cd tu decl4ie
the beauty that charmed them.
_ returned _by tLe Port Ro-yal, i.
week for a vieit to the Iland, and a
TIumu staff reporter pur tided him to
talk a little of his t periences since we
last had the pleasure of seeing him here.
From Jamalea about three years.
aIO, be went on to the other West Indiau
IWladsa, among them Martinique, from
which ill fated Island he departed only
two days before Moat Pelee harh d de.
strution on St Pierr.
** There we then," said Mr. McGll in
reply to a question, no sign of the
ooaRig oateetrrphe."
4 Pastin oa to Bngland, Mr. McGill
carried with him a storm of information
and remembrane of or fields and people


Flsna 1 OW wu e 0'geito 05 tummed
do win" to. a Iwo that is-, sie-n.asanot
hospitAli bty at U4I~daft. sdrstfal for.'
1T.rd-in'_ f Ft04kiitea'?p sa~ngmd a. 6 t-
omeueitated masunho.been gi 7 hisIleand
and s we hhenent of the trithat tells 4d realt
its "m~'at-racs. It-becan this wa"
pi. IHot At htison clt bMr. Iwo -6 gave IL e.
IAnd very toresnJarasiaa. It was reod 4wlhb
ill Provide talked about tath he lecntursw asWbe-
aIpetitesImsedI with r"etus toljestnfie n otwe
[ortable in plums, and In %Wewqeel be Ce'Ivewd a
6Me siagie emssidmble a it ~of Iectur Is vaiOus
bathe on pertm of- Yurkshlre-.W
'~~*rU iM0 de-:17.iZ .~etd view'sovu tba-
oaft. The fulem4and hs eo. l !T3eWl


poeil and maos up to-date amehnatal.
Threum te were ledl The alrtIste
et was ev by lmatenpestA the
ilustArattoQs with appropriate m g e-
dered by well kaow, Yoekebtre lcers.
Bat the praticalaide"of thtna there wae
a appoy fI bama to the sue eant
by td e's; ;ot t A *.after beogemo
bsd e *ema & lA*bho sts s ka


land of bnaaam sad wasehtag their plant
ng, growth, gaherlqg and shtp ieat,
the aedwoe had the opprtuaity of
tdiaug tte b usasu theieelvea.
Mr. Meut'l went in for the leetare-
with enthulaasm, and soon found himself
pretty nearly engulfed by eaagenet~e
in this diretlion, which tuvolved a acrt-
fee of woh as well as of tae.


personally, in full state ceremony.
The unusnaaaxteness of the date of the
reopening mea&s that the guoereatent
does not propose to press aoy Redistri.
bution Bill, but to give to the Aliens
Bill, which Mr. Balfour has definitely
promised, tt e fir pace iu its legs ilte
prUoraumwe. RecCent spe he@ of minis-
ters coutirn tthe belief !u an early ,ikso-
lution : it seems likely that unless prey'.
ously defeated, possibly through the
intentional abstention >f the Chamb r
lain*, the government wall find a pretext
for voluntarily ausolving parlia eat
toward the end of March and so hbad
over to the Oppositio the seemingly
thankless tak of formulating the
budget.

Wants a Better Post.
-mm


Mr. Daan bis complained to the Post
Master of J&aiesa, coneermig things
postal at Gre-u Idan,.. B wr*es :-
"Great *ueoovea n-ee prt vAi here.
Letters are (.btanable dauy, yet parcels
are detained at Lace, there being no
" Parel Po-t "t tha. P.O. I've ordered
a parcel from Ki .s.oun niee the Srd
January, from the fact that it cannot
come any farther than Lurea [12 mile
hene], I have not yet reeeivtd it [27th
Jai ] I'll have to py a man 2s. to go
ior at. Knowag thb- that the -mater
tau be reodd byyou, I be not oly
lor my ade, bt for that of all ihe lahae
atanto that yeo will endeavor to smet
orate the xissg aieomveniemae, by
eetabblhtg a e Parcel Peut" 1m
here ed Laces."

A Word of Praise for U
Slr,-Year eaaly aad oaspoke artolee
a lst Saturday's ines of yeaour poper,
those two Ty f nd lu~hta at ibe
G. P.o. gRiampis wethbyoelf ehhan
that wrote ad the pope thamt pMtaedt.
May yjo y o Meeed Ia 190,I6. 19


if ioe before, will 't the JAMAICA
imus a daily inatead of a weekly b&e,
or both. aI a, etc
VncnTI
Kingston, 30th JaO. 195.
"Coon Song..'
Mr. Coleride talor, the famOs Art-
eaa madeba who ha" oheen on a v to
Amerits, i e.isited with deswrthi"g e
soags as* the w ors eat o lwa." Few
negro eles.ob, h e Uva ha ee
heard in Ameria or ta gland tin thair
partly.


-- Rtna.n


Of the best deigu, and Keeper
. We vil lIe quote fre the eoSt e
~skag y a especially to your ow
deig, it & bt our Ctatlogse hew '
desg4s that anetae to please om vroro.
(See Agee34043.) J N. Masers. Ltd.,
JLwelers, tpES, ngoland.
C.. U-n ii mn 1 l.I Ashl>^nns .1 juinW


MFOy..............4 TO 5.9.

TEA OR COFF,


CUT


BREAD


AND BUTTr


ASSORTED CAKES.
ICES, ETC.


.ITMflsblhun,4t


Not,--Te and Dinsen
Ssermved on the Terrace.


winl u


WiNEI SP"itie, PBOVLI~5ON
.-AND GENUS!L.--

3 0. BOX e } Cable Addres*:
Kum, .JAMAICA.

TBE
K~ M&RAROUER. 8T-1&.To






DERBY


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D-1 -01 at I dom m Ewamtk%


Sri"ishWemibw.is


Wh~at I Art 'rist CutterP

Isee. I xt to= pdot"may
Tales asne tam"ss
M~er IM, M.s Endw&


Klaiftot 30th Jeanory, 1905. to predaee the same resttha las sa
NOTIC. ft as laid ot eon or LondO emlsi
PARTIRS having premiums to pay to PlatrL. Wtre than that, I Mhi dwe.t.A-
this Society, wbthh fell du oa the t ih enhate the external baaty of t
Sih Iastant, re reminded to remit the a fM and maik the met MI h6aped fgm
, ae to the Colonill Bak p lor to Satar appear artiisaoaliy beauMoftal 'ee a
day the 4th day of February, l.05, ai the be coaTl-eed.
thirt days O grace "tre ath day. H. GA AL t taeR,
By order, A. JONB, Seaoretary, l PriMece e lsiXgtes .


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tropi cal climates.


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refreshing, sustaining and


easily digested.


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RED TRADING STAMPS.
Pm b- or empplle from the following 6rms, and ta'et on getting the RED
ADING 'STAMPS, whiac yo st" exchange for Valuable Premiums at
,OT 4 XEMO JBWa T.-~.-e p--aa. 56o o
A mbfst variety of artl tes to eleet from. Twenty Shilng Cash Prisw, in
Ik teopaam to br nat tperon parenting 1,000 Red Trading JStampsat
-etmi Mewl. be(ro.wd t
t. DR xedk, Ltd., dggto sad grocers M2 King Street.
L L. F. LtOm.qdmq ,aid Roeer. C- Roads
_ ft Mremr Kg Street C. T. bases, hardware, 41 King St.
W. =. roveries, wine he 4 West Queen St.
X. Stetak., aMical instruments, &e 66 King St Egbert Bai*, stationer, 165 King St.
D. L. Aarm, boots and abee, 103 Barbour St.
J. tewart, geral dealer, Spanish Town Rip Van Wikle Grooery, 59 King St
I. W. Campbell, drg and grocery, Port Antonio
Tilby Boot Pobdh, Co., 41 King St. P. A. Benjamin, druggist 68J King St.
OMer J S bek, gist & grocer, 49SttZg-St.
aVp.C MeMl!& Co., dry goods, 14 Kiag St. L. Quesada, gars., 68 King St.
IL W. a Sd ireatry, abpa Towa
S O., Mateom es, 16 King St. Prodeeals Bravo, W2 King St.
jUwss e asM, lfblonr St. next to Colonial Bank)
N t Wi6e90Neeowhbres w .. ea 8 &e 9 Orange St.
K Q. BDacetas & O., dry*ess & powers, 1 K*ang 8L.
rt 5. dr4mle I groW, 16 Towtr dt.
M& aaiMiId;a6 W. U. afnse-, afla y.
U.SJ TWows. A O tpr.
SQ la-ar. J.
lew6e ba MUhL &. M. areata Cra.
RLV. fleW Btig Wtaest. Norsec. BalaMar. .
J. T. tebeaM u JS. Q. -pmf Tow.
IL Lahes. A. -. .
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WUiftUS LADS~T~d~tt4e teme hubd win g91e Red TrMdls

vet;e an a3ft rtRADING LUMKP Ifa-rW nb of Trdt flee" raem


Wia y u.I Red ?zsrg osuap im evety (3) Thre mptjmq Needle Pd~m
belliL good I* .
e Sf 0H BEST VALUE AT TIM

Rod -Troladiig Stamp Echange,
41 KING S KIT


LIVERY!





owOUN oew g sd


a- m nm ~Aw o.howw mo


I G- Pis, 3



only 8irvyamade end M ist
fumiwd- t* o ;e kva s
vm wU~b~looe Melwote ern
Whtw ha.vanaie"v' 1Cha".
WaE sm*AMIOMmL PI blua
lw uo abi~~y. Pop amn.
&*Nab t
FAMM r &amO~AMD ?


During thb last few week
Burkhy St. .Andrews. hare been


and prudent burie which nlob have, up
to the prteat, be Aled the sneally large
Dumber of detetive detailed to cope with
the nuisance. Hitherto' eodf4u, law
abiding and meek looking olt'zena have
suddenly evinced blood thirsty ideas and
have given quite a boom to the gun trade
The habit of sleeping with a loided re-
volver under the pillow has become quite
a common one and, although I must con-
fews to having followed this practice for
quite a number of years, probably due to
mp residence in many strange and unacivi
liscd parts of the world, still I tInk hat
It is, for a ppeMat resem anU a
derable hbit, one that aour more of
he Wild West than ofthe kindly Kings
Ies'a. .L
A far beter method of W.
K ursace agaist the hagler
A D r. I to "pado. And when
I a it aWep do Ilay
qeute a naod tro ea e ll three words.
A valed friend of riae reMeadtly ve *,,
to the eiami of tee JA cTA TfM MaS
excellent article o doga d ad hew they,
shouldbeeare d fat.e s tno ads keep
ntag or earning for the dog I muet refer aw
readers to that article. I ay "a dog
beoaue in the majority of "boUaeolbs
more than one dog wOeld not be properly
oared for, and thirdly when I use the
word de,,"' 1- mean a well-bred animal
which Is worthy of the name of Dog, not
the crtiging, sbdued, badly born, badly
ared for asimal that U ob oftea
seen blt an animal gifted with
every ltneat of the "lMter, ever
ready to ght a mere powerful foe
and equally ready to li at te feeof bi
m seresat enjoy thesewforts.eatoe. o ,
It well woimetim fqead


Tho C1atu eem t


sd ome
heasri


IO~WA"to 60 "OURS sialm t tI We
med t "~,M *WUt long winded % or-


As


A chain toa dog to what
the ploaerbial red rag
Is to a bett, what tie
the altgt o0 eb*
lspeetor of WeIoIs


land Mmnr to to tme rnaMunt
tragaman. the dog to by a tpr* a
hfuer a tre lace to whoasay m-.SU.
it his lUberty oMoxioas. s, whe.
we ait muoi to pae ado4 onaew
eha~i w ami& = t as Ulte rk .e.
r pomiba,.um1s tbi L emass
give aisttithat may leaiefal to
some of ly readers.
in the Taeries" we
AN.lowLUnk. hve* few aheep,(fee1
an they were since a
eot, Ias laimb were coveted by the mid
al*t aanaddes a butchered otatde
*the fmnt gate] and to gUard their pen at
lbMt I now emllov ,hav t to allea I
S**erase" dol. As the pen ts at oasm
little distane hoe. tLe house, ail mi
voIabulary of dogy language is too Jl


Ya~biaaryA- tims


rLr U f~ Wru-r WWI a ~y B


his 4boe. m-SWtheP:1.st ih tlte o
a.Aim smL -m..L.. A=&Li -l La 6 Lk


,gmu..sa G x Le--l*, U n J s* o =In
marehes readify to his place of eo flue-
meat.
Ths. I think, is a better method than
the common or garden one of chaining a
dog to a fixture, with however long a
length o chain.
I hear of some excellent work that has
recently been done by a prominent mem-
ber of th, Society. A case b giving come
to her notice of a somewhat s..vere injury
to the eye of a market woman's donkey,
she had the animal"brought round to her
pen and treated the iljory, a second and
third vist was paid by the patient and
the Idoekey to now conaleseent. The
animal's coat beiethic k ad drty
afa ki d topd e de ei ipelUt
meuk to the owaer's de thtMd iat
Ahew mu-Vo wo.an Iws bewegr
traveI qulfl; for iM tele
other asrt women e ht thir
nipala with a Incet thatteT AFght,
be ipped I It is 4nea4 to adi ah
this excellent opportmayftpoainting 0t
the objees witbe Seaety was net foot.
We-re et iall so eever wiihrnr Iads
as this particlar meber; bdt how aWay
uuies of doing za Mud stw are
lolwed to op* Ththies t.Ue incieent
may suggest other methods of doing
kadneess to readers of the TIMss l the
sincere wish of
TAFFY,


Inside Russia
i3y 0z S RAS RSUN THZR5,

6ww~j I %amother vwerw
tbw lk vdew- a
aethey to bring about a chnemwt-
t defated bthOwJapanes
U the J416100 me wei~todasedthe0e
on the b0% the Oovenmwnt
Uazi" Gsow hs ea 1 1he "
spogaui g f iboer vhs ktbsebet')sta
Reeds itwa meo for a" sman to


bee h a iled and pihed. ht ata,
the people were to dtok, a
they wnd entry eBte war t home
sad weald n aever eeae untB vietry

rible vty ad the great lf that
ysweed between the emae. H6 recalled
that time wa ofno value in RusIls. but
be also zetliedl that lassia was rich to
men-mea everywhere, men itensely
al to the Crar d intensely reverent
to their God.


"Catholic Opinion,"
Two things speelally diabtin h this
Iot t's tissee of oar well equipped
temporary. One of thee It an editorial
on "*Some Things. That Catbolle D.
Net Betleve" It ies leal uatmpassioa-
ed and aMt ,stisfaer6ry dlaratiet or
Cathoello tlef, *:we somaead t t -an
eooetroversaldt*,
The otherspeclal feature is an ard'e
la the Mwe.r dealing 'with The Catholte
Charob In Jant ea." We hope tenoerth
that all theke arteles will be reprinted In
boe.k form. They are of history e value.
The prememt aitiele dead's among other"
thltso with the work here of Father
It athaway. It is very Lterestlag read-
Lg.


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Feb 1ary i0 A- IC A- T I ME 8

RUS1A*S SORROWS. sriker. too* ed **aw, aris bosh was pmrwi to cetreof the towu41,,s van aqmtA amu.
-- wer l phlce*, g-ads' -* Mehig ofhedaie. 8 mie, which Jld to the rwe sbft,
OREB BLOOD, MOZE TZEAR. HiioUQong d pU 4 eotine, m pre w dl. Several bhae been w Wt irdaered by 4a1 rMt a1s DOshe
m --- l-mm JL tf(4mpW. e a law tadent a d -b er. im f.
I~" o~a t.AUqRT. .hftih C Genaral ad 14i a.. roid tl H ni
--_ 3. I e6".) M- oel& a Wtve elerk ware attseiket 00009 obkwe a n ,d vs I te nter.
UltW, "a & t aIBas tll W is J r. a fwioI wis -JiL' xi vist o e lasagure 4rMIs' i sd 9" the let r Im *
*e to hae *dt" t*Jhe t ao.d b i6e1akr a pM& 0 d0e 4 d o adg %am a o e ei ~smo
Is 4st s I e Ma* aw It ookb as R e t *e iAPsiibI. was 4tT tNWo,
ebas u~we rensdt lsG m Is to tw. wb B Amt bnwd* om Awrerd i the de,
an1 otw~.tis i rd ed tt As GeoV-or-G-ral te Av"n de "m 2

fu l w. a ,,.ss ....o of _W to wee i, Fore **-Aphatan to brng Landse uere Ristrar
bs y leal^t ams.o^eralquehdd nih ntg eBo WNw t nprea m ol .lar



s oIn skb a wmek it. a- troopamn 40.-g .m I tl s T,-
twmsbeist re 11e ,tn Wtrol to E has serisal q. ( b f b

tena_ w,^ they.gSto.e. ^ _,.. ,ji, h-,cfco eVt.. ,eu parHtla-l ep -
v Swiae &^iig e.Lswsae Itu a t9or nH a. TAtm4 to rose hCM e r-




Sth.eng me5 aes!t hisite Prlktn t inforw *h 4 otter 8terriaP towl of tIS Inu; jlij Il healft S,
S2.s soi+ntb Is eJ. t.A, eprt Jth' .rio naapmllermitten 1n War Ises of ave. nteation to Delr ov eN apMnled .
*"sr WHO "l'S^ to RF.AGISTiATION OF TITLES.
abrs lhrye isr WVe rdia r a oieleeher
se to have hd good effect, bSit bm or especi-ll- the Bris-h who belie ----



another cunt whtided the autho objectis toWe cite hosility. Form A.-Application to bring Lands x under the Regstrar
tios A0_t 2 of ao, bait da hblindia "g




6or a u t e nick u .t of ofte 2 of t ha e ii iy OO T te 2a1 o 1888. m



tke is v and conne e the aba. bs, and much stabbing of isolat- aerein redpectively described brought nder the Restraton of Titlee Law-No, 21
mndste pro ed. :T authorities r ed soldiert e reported. of 1888; and aho Riferes hving proothrally Streoed of the a gi-tlti attempt to mt at thae workmen, whot Vi tek s. strimad weork. lluty Por Uo mal i La dau h dir oa is i t tbo t.e
Movemetoas amuIb ge lao a iasale. .se iixtes of ui as to,_____ielwii a_ _._ai_ _ ._m a _ _




Sprom-- se of shorter hours of-- lwaIt l es Wbfaa w VaI -to r [.O h An.il naval
prolnatimei Moscow and other iites, has ree nsiaals tottplanamme b n-. 1"x ,TaRAo9 OW iaF aD
wofeems to have had a good effect, bteB eai mcai as n R it
another account what aided the suts y espciall thrits who ble
ties o reaedocaro, a sw eis ttd iernctcae 0 r- o ae bt aL of -Appliatw n't be add s tuer the R e-str
storm at te nick of time. Returning to Warsaw later nes -of Titles w to21 of 1888.
The late t from this centre is t Lt tdr e i.wed the irevolt had bis.. pat santp-





strike is r and continue the Govern intermitte n the several ties mentioned below have applied to have the Lrd
eat a i dl hoe r e thebu., and uch stabbing of isolat- e rein respectively described brought under the R traction of Titles Law-No. 1
attempt totreadt of a meau re orite ed soldier is repored. of 1888; and th R re having proioaly rved of the t gitti c f





'mifo.ea ewokt, who se V t he cloy aret, th work. Tid es f t nd, and h A treped tih b t. -
loyl b* m .addr. h, ..ed re- et ame Ire t to re n *torem order. e B "
preentatte Governme tontow, m I Batom, Prie Oriety, a of er .
,,,* of the poee, w asWm ted ~ A -"
T. PETERSBtrO. At Blg, twenty-Aine men a-d t-o wo f12iSh Jnaa ry, 1905 | d
me cote the t m i .ied sad try-l ~tha Be. a A that p ool Ld
to sne other uadivty. walr wipot ad eight toldssired by volver ol Bt she fore y pro M eae e .






ta-. n u A WONe of .bo urs, ba lk offi do a Pdt b eh of LOW- It Pa
Ml ias "ntade 'ao a A MItan, Io from IUga organ+isd dea. 1R eT a
f6teo'Of the uamellionymesMe, Troop ds were semobed a od the atk _- A
e0vm the stt te pmbae- -e Nterow-riallyob ba *ppj a il








mw e-d"for1.per s. A all the ovrmet we MdE arl-a a orAm& 1 e Is ""um
ent for a--. or whih almo de o with l pore. te
rsd Dkre Vst i work of has howeer 0-At Lbaate UiQ ait* e iM de







$at" and iite. O At Cae nhow, Poelmt 4 omb w11 F a 0 P 9 a r T.
i... -ievss Bto,,
we .I oeritai faet woa for brtte bob s l t t
t beauoe Lir at Asser &- la 51tht "W01" 4theretje bftVe o






I**. b t eiIma .eo. me m St eiasures. rsoe e
Am ere waee Go aern ead Ind wtioshos pAsned tar" an coffee z






WSTew, InEs Man Ptaoos Wro f Wee, poali wis a5oneig aSnththe
A- t B teyi nm s t 1



Q6 thaw oh fill in a* formerly Pon ofmmadish Plants.
AN -n eigtht hti e eols. TMana -t -

*is. WWiia1 of*f s" Sbi- t r of |







m fa toi troops. G an s BWtrapy Ahs fak Rip rkab 4M vts bta g







here sppal n preteeted by aK vbroad ado giMwfcAI>< = 1
sod a bs as a of end 4r et








It h to as reported that the & composed o.f eand awmj O ^Saft5
ordery 111e of the ly wams estpeaddr. In PMaS. the pa b oa f*a 0 I lAl A
The strirp bepas a wholestle pillage. with a lite14d fou a frebom whe hoIs 1
e* aft w of 0, shops the 84a' of ad attache o1 tbe Rasta Iassy. eam 1ln IN
Vodks ") shops wwe looted, he- A meeting was laRdit tvlhmlomary tem 3

Collide., between the pollee a'stforeI. D5thea of athieia ts a leadlag to ftae Up. &
PW& 416d-saw


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February 4, 1905


The .uOet


- -qaM.Iwg -~nsat a*?*I


manwhemib s s rn slaA w
euteral eeome t s, a farewell eon-
he hairmeb Mr. A. Brace MFarlaet
Prldip*l of the Ce1e, was glad that
the teammea had been able to give sias
t0 am t or AI work and o
| mishms Jack a dli tboy." They had
i i Whard, sad aow it was t-hlr
so p ad bhe hoped thas when back
S1t0 ihowethey weot, they weald mot
ont eme er to tlk of the work, sut
aei of the play. The unabers on the
wtlse were very well re.b -lrd, the scomai
pieoes be greatly appreciated and more
tas emee eoeared.
Mise Grueby. esatly led the rest of the
pe-rermer tam the qutity of both sioging
std pluyinud-hber My Lidy La ad
* Mellt) h Mareticnes." weie delight.
Amoig those encored were Mears..
llmer, tevheba-.sfrereu Patker and
Ma-terUG aeby. the fimr f wmer being all


in 640~i.- mum6ma. Mrf I persh %Wib 8 a
part arukarly Got voice
Auluca przaose '*doe to Mastrr Grueby.
V' e lItule as-n cl i Mjr &ruch) wh" is
*uLwt: Wut h.&u5 Lr 6 ye-riof ie 2fld
Wh -- t' prfor n ine of .. 41W't&in 'AF.
ver) &much appreetate~i &amdulv e..cuzted
T!-e a-'dr, -s to NMe-s r,* \lctirlan'-,
~ J('d t~mr !fiLUii Erb was ea
vy Ar. &hl:efer. An addrteb to Mezers.
CfadWiek.TeveisLs~m, etc.. was also pre-
munted, In thanking the Leachers. Mr.
MeFaxlame told them they would beat
pems hin if they curied hoae and im

,M- t he in e owrsi a, d m a oo
Refffiebeth sa me swab, Assam asa
HE Otsdvioik sai be 609"d o04yan


SmIM-nm e up o it. He hope thAts
Slt weaumd be remeded next year.
The P.nanti Rush.
Uwem 4,000 sad 6,000 persons have
A-a '...m en for plaes on the ltbh.
ft as m onder the Oanal Com-.
1.1S want to be clerks, 1,044 to be
oi er., or anything from rodmen to
ehairmem 6 W booakeepers applied, 286
doctors, 1,061 t.mekeepere, 85 pharms-
e4sia. 8 trained nurses. In all, there
wT t a4lirm talapp tions. i4 cie thrown
eat as savalkale.
i Cot.e RBas, the papers report a
amem rpk late Limon of hmadred. who
aId lma at wiok 00 the planuationtn
ThWb es ta hbe bypd y s etf tyled
1msiOew bmt te o et tarn aop. Some
W aM r w ate opimen aed started
am- G A iO Cemat hbeow there i]

S r .t emem ia !
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Col Rauch On Pana,
The leader of the Jalvatic
in the West Indies haq return
his brief trip to Panama i
cheerry state of mind. Hee,
a most kind reception on t
mu, and found the Arm'
gettia well under way. A
to a Jamaim fics s represent
bhih apprechateoa of the ea
capable enterprise that tb
o.a are eshowling, asthey
aod pre-prepare for the bi
on the wing.
Swamps are being cleane
hilts obliterated, se werage
Installed, and pure, water
for.
The Colonel is reinfoic
band of workers there by se
"aptain and Mrs. Critchlow
do- e aubh ex client work at
toonio. 1hev sMi. to-day.

Brown's Town Neo
De-ptte The weather the
RaT v-t, Festival was very
Three srvces were held: at 11
OUarke Mueray, D.D as umsal,
eoamrmgeti4m "spell bound. A
Rev. IT. Brown' the sapw
of tas irkait, gases an tinera
mon. All tmhe rvies were well
b at at*e 7 p.m reuvie* there
tIrutaati roe" Th" ev. J
*r wa" doe pwber. Th. *i
ver "t The e W" emla0t
1. 6 D.t k9aux *&a his bgotlu
who paydthe asoliV Skobyt
Thedereratl nfiested ere
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T.sole 91 o~suingutock piu

Th*IKwthquake Ebem
Our ezchagss report tLat 0
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The Sailor's Rest.
OUNCERT ON TL'OAY.['.


n a very The Concert at Mrs. Denniston's Sail-
met with or's Rest, proved attractive to so many
Jhe lath that even standing room was scarce.
's work A pleasing feature of the evening's en-.
Ie spok tertasmet was the 'nutri-t-o of
tatlve la by Uhee sailos, Mea, RobiaMon,
Wy and Book and Grtfth. Among the nav al
e Amer- men present was Quarsermaster Muir.
organize head. The auditeae otherwise tIeluded
g events a amber of l"ades ad entieme wel
know" In sodeal etreoa, while the per
d, dung- former numbered to 3 bJr ramak esne
systems well known salear a that of Mesers. Maid-
provided oimole.s, P. A. Cover, KRoey, Miss
Greby, the Mtees MeFatyde Smith.
a hisl The pio at the Rest leave something
mding on to be desired, and for the Ihke of instra-
who have mental ata speelally, it may he wise on
Pt. An- another occasion to borrow another in-
strument. Mr. F. 1.. Isaacn aag a fine song-
in flue style, a,,d a comic ditty by Mr.
AWM Lennan seemed to delight the audience .
Mr. Cover's contributions were two of
Wesleyan the olever co-te a kts, or _whichibh coaq _
inopirig,. poses worse and music himself. One was
I Kev. W. My Hair," and the other In Jamaica."
held the qMuas Grucl, who deserves warm
t 3 the praise tor the kinely realinesa to help
oumerary every good cause, sang with acOeptance.
tiag err- The Misses MeFayden Smith opened
attended, the programee with a piauoforte duet
as cares Potouise" by Dvorak, and in the
t B .n. eood part M Mabel Smith played a.
d by Mr. Dram.
rs Osiald The Roa. B. C. Bourne. our esteemed
he junior Colo0ial Bctregary peaidmUil. Mr. 8oerue
,wa aso prm s tr. C.C. Kelly moved
wdit upon aem vote of thanks that was accorded to
f*w aLa i t heCha o .n.
GO O St* Andrew's Kirk.
WoICt9ION On'15TH.
Theo Re. J. & Mar ti, she new ni
meta lues lise r w bll e Inducted by the oat Bt
ea pe e r bytery -as nPateor of St. Andrews
She Cath- on the *Veia. ol she lth Febr ary
mes and Thesere ce-ilbw'eo eaeodat 7 pmn.
The Rev. B C. LIaMde, ot Cattleoe,.
has been appq*j ted to preah. The Ak v.
Ate. Iho. Adam M.A. to addro the Mini
tur,aWd the Rev .v. W. lUrdte,MWA.
lTIO. the eenmroeation The Rov. Those.
Adam LWA, at ederter 01 Prbshytry
lOiohates, will taout the MWstsr.


WC. I.'Ralay
The anmftlt rally of the Kiuguon
Looa- UafioR Chrstian, an.
dearourwill sake plact on t-aesday
evetiitr the7- T b !net, at 7 -o'clock *A
Beat Qtu fa t RBiptimt Churoh.' The
proptatmw % will be. bright and it.
tatiujye,, oDe4!ial rpeemws by three


tnltsiatetv'. 6. sI de. &Ba, veitat Ion and
Solos wfil hdp to ni ike thi- mtetlng
v, ry llttre~.tuvg
liase oW. i bv dc~lotA On btSIlf
cl tihe work of ito Union.


heutfelt symi "n y of the Efperor. th
Impress sani the Dowager Eapres to
the families of those killed in the street
fightbg. They have placed 85,000 for
aid of the famies.
The paper bail the Czar'* reception of
the deputation as giving an opportunity
for settling the troubles.
The dis frbed ceairds, excepta Po.
laod are all muh quieter.
The Ministers ave framed and the Osar
sanfio ed proposals tiatb U rill bringshe
Sovreigu nearer to the people in maters
legiltLiv.j and administrative, and it ts
hoped will check the abase of power that
bas so often taken place by ministers act-
iug arbitratily.
Warsaw is almost at peace again, but
there u much apprehension .below the
surface Solders are still in control of
rdie street .
Mo ey seem to be falling the agitt r'*.
Murv Tif~, sister of Just[oegoes to
Kome as A mbasstdor, Moinkhina suaeed
dn I hi,.a I w. areofr Pre-s. nsor h. ibeen


da.ied.
A oi aige over a frozen river breaking
while the toups autob-aeu flung a squadron
of oragoons at44the wate,, one wasjdrown.
ed.
There have been riots iu Ausbtian
Pulatd, in eympauthy with the Russian
iliO etmetit,
rHV WAP..
Uyasma giveji the Russian lurce in the
recent fight as at least seven divimnons.
The Japanese lost 7,U00. The Russians
10,000. Some of their regiments had
eompeates of 120 reduced to 30 men.
The Russians are requesting from North.
eat Korea.
VKNKZVgLA.
ft again bluftfngthe States base ain.
4sowuy*aptare &-mmipeut, Be a^-
vises a naval temonatraton.
NoRTH S"a CoMMISSION.
Ouptain Cladoo evidence led to some
sharp paseap" le a ored the British
reMn lot insectuae acoin& of tWe in.
eldeut, and said the Kuseians did not
off r help because it wis thought that the
damage done was slight. The Britiah
laboured to prove thtt it was compare; -
tively easy to mistake other vessels for
torpedo boats.
Momottombo, a Nicaraguan V\olcano, is
in alarming eruptive within 8 miles ot
Leo4n a tuy o 50),XUi inhabitants. It
has large coffee plantation round it.

The Athenaeum.
CRUISING IN THE
MEDIIERRA N&AN.
O. Monday 13th. Miss A. IL& Blake
lecuarems at thIe Ahat mum n ba A cruise
in the Western Mediterranuan."
SuBjeet and lecturer alike give promaae
that tie eventag will be one of gret nc-
terro Mln B ei sm It h"ppy in
description aad a witty raconteur, and on
this oeasion *ee has0 tb tale to tell of a
.m.a&t intwin*m~ snlma .B n*ha mm~ M-B


braced place a widely different as
Naples, the living City and Pompei the
ey of terr le dth.
Saw SUy that tale of -Unf
rat' ~a Mertrman ealls It, and wbloh
Crawford describes so well to "San
-kassing over to the North African
. oast, the deeriptioa of life and man.
'ner, Aliers and TaalMer will be parties.
tauly i.ser*tU. Algiers Is the o ptal
of the famosn French Colony, white,
ranger, ruled or rather msrtaled by the
liukan of Moroceo has been too muoh
before the world's attention of late, not
to povoke warm eartosity.
Gibraltar, "the eoUchant Lion" that


geart tae atrautas s forever lnt-mew-.g
to children of the mpre. ad ae will
look forward to A xeeaoM la the k etddof
Prmwal, Brital maml boe m .e ally.
Lisbon and Oinah were sme6g the places
that Miss Blake visttd.
She Will, we believe, deal throughout
the lecture more Aith the Iiving al terests
of the paemet. the people's life and man


ner, a- d teU lan i t appears to-day
than with the Museums Palaces and
T mples that enshrine the past.
The .eoiore will be looked forward to
with great Interest.


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JAMAICA TIMES.


a I arrbl Prrr


II Vou Itoo a walit m ringston,
at the corner of Princess St. and
Water Lane you would notice a
large and handsome building, with
massive stone pillars, looking very
much like a church. It was, in fact,
a Jewish synagogue a-t one time, but
it is now the Montpelier. Cigar
Factory, famous all over Jamaica
as the place in which.the best cigars
and cigarettes in the Island are
manufactured. Who is there in Ja-
maica who has not heard of Rose-
bud Cigarettes and Golofina Cigars?
Nobody of any intelligence. Every-
body knows that if a gentleman
wants a good cigarette he calls for
a Rosebud, and if he can afford to
buy a choice cigar he wants a Golo-
fina. Why is it that these cigars


and cigarettes are so much better
than others and are so much liked ?
In regard to the Rosebud Cigarettes
there are two principal reasons.
First, they are hand-made. If you
were-to-go inside the building that
looks ltik,- church, vylu \(vrj1 tind
over a hui lir .c1 uii-, i i -. 1v r1i1i l'l v-
ed in m nt,,ig( who is an ,)pert worker cian n-make
over two thousand cigarettes a day.
Very tidy, decent looking girls they
are, for the Montpelier Cigar Fac-
tory pays the greatest attention to
everything that can ensure the ex-
cellence of their cigarettes. If you
examine the tobacco the girls are
using, you will find it is not com-
mon ftbacco such as is sometimes
used in making cigarettes. It is
choice tobacco grown by Cubans for
the most part who live in different
parts of Jamaica, and is blended by
a Cuban expert. No wonder that
the people of Jamaica like Rosebud
Cigarette- when they are of such
txcelloVt quality. At the present
notrnt. the peoplef Jamaica can- -
not get all the Rosebud Cigarettes
they want, the enormous quantity
produced at the Factory being not
nearly sufficient to meet the still
larger orders. That is why, when
you ask your dealer for rosebud
Cigarettes, he sometimes tells you
"Haven't got any." To sum up,
the Montpelier Gigar Factory. is
successful, because the management
have always believed in pronucing
the best cigars and cigarettes it is
possible topoduce. -

Aunt Mantgo.
For Jan. 9 h the maximu,- marks
were :-6, 2 IS. 5, 6, 5, 5, 14, 3 totat 59.
Nora, New Castle. $5
W. K. E wards, Unstead, 61.
Falooner, Untsead, 67.
Shad, Kingston, 58
Unknow,.56
H. C. Jo',ntnm, Montego Bay, 81.
Nell, Klese'0, 16
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'Marjoram, Green Ilaud, 53.
Gys,r iuCw~seton, 66.
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Aunrew al isaron, Ia Wro -lIas', o.
Jack, Albasy, 47.
Mab. Bethel fowa, 65.
A. H. .., Four PaiUs, 53.
Sol, 5 Prinoee St., Kingston, 58.
D. W. V., Buff Bay 6b8.
Shad and bol have won. I am glId to
see some of auy old friends back again.
Bryan; thanks for your note*. I am
smrryyou -bae bten Wi. $urry but I
have no copy of the paper. You see I do
not live intown. on are not to think
the other 1epew from Bed Hlls replied.
von. I like all my nephews to keep on.
Tbanks for good wishbe.
Palooner Thanks for note, I made the
correction. Yie were right about that
puzzle, I do not think it should have ben
tbat way there mUt haSve been aa ai


The Scotch Church.
At 11 to-morrow he Rev. W, Graham |
preah.s 0 *RaamembhOr ai'U9 4"I n at


6.90 on "The Meagme for the rimes."
The special monthly service come off at
aiAt. there will be *peoial mualt. Ti,.
ews are free. ** be onler ot ervice" s
printed for dtAtribation.
The Wouaag's Guldd meets on Moo
day at fve o'elook tl OleUeiate HalL

The Benson Shakespearan
Company.
'itews by the Ma n ad Iby wire sbow
that the Company ib having in the
other colonies the ame tremendous sane.
8oo that it won here
For the twelve nights sea-on at Trini.
dad Prines Hall is being usee ; while at
Barbados the building employed will be
ril"l.mi-1- i9-ll


take ommewhere. wmad the faulty was sot wM --, ,
mine over tie lost letter. The Trisidad Mirror co i-n ting o0n
A. F. L ; I am nlad to se you back ; their performance of '"8.e s-oops to
try and keep on now. Conqaer sys :" As young M.low Mr.
J.1%6 thnoktfr -Ote tt 1mak1 1t -. .. ..... .. ..
interestinR to add the working out., I Hi d role wA MS lkhlWly e
agree with you over thit other one. bli Dorothy Croen also ~a t doable
Noll; vo are certainly not in punish role sad excelled in eeh phase o it
meat; forgive me. an it was qni. a mi. Miss do ea hmy btows hbitrnie ability
take. your fml4 iei dn in book of a high order. Mr. Nivel Playfailr wnx
W. R. Edwards: I will look up what the life If not the sonl of te Play. Hi.
you ask; no time to-day. acting was really magnificent. A capi
tal under study wia rfforjdd by th-I
For Jan 14th maxianun are: 4, II. 2 ~ervant Dis.grv (fr. r r i:u Forystb)
2. 10, 2. 112 al 41. who conttibutted rvrely to the fun,
%IA\jar .r ,,, ,'0
,rvan, 41 The Comopany wi2 bp back in Ja.
Fmleaner, 40 maica on March g -mad begin the sei8on
W. R Eiwarda, 40 on tbe Lath wth '- The Merchaul of
Sol. 43 VVonice."
Unknown, 44.
P I. P., 42. Arrival of Tourists.
Jims 43.
.Iho, 20 The Plant a.s. Halifx reached
SGipsJo, 39. Kingston ou Tbursday from Porto
BIwO to stay here three -lays. She
Bill Biley, 41, brought 150 tourist. passengers, who
Jack,i 4. have been enjoyin themselves
Nell, 42. / greatly during their star. The vessel
A. f. L 3. leaves for Cuba .-morr-w morn:nis
olt, Jimmy, ani Jick are winner.. early (5th.)
Nell il of you are d-ou on me The Agent of the vessWl here is Mr.
over No .10o I half agree hat we Astley Smith.
have to abide by the key. 'Thnks
for good wishes. I don't know when The s-s ".Port Royal."
those new hooks are comtnr, hrit will
all of vowi t, lthAnm I owe books send The passengers by this scamer on
and tell me and let v.e if I hai'e qni nall Thursday. included Ir Crichton
down rqht. Rr- ne, MNijor irown, and Mr. ana
Mar .ramm, v< n hltd tree mi-tke- \J rs. W. Douet.
-not T. No. 333 Is wrong. NTM. 7 -ha- th. wssel took 25.000 bana- a
one wrong and also N) 3.8 and No. bunches, and 200 boxes of oranges.
30 has 3 so yma see your manks could
not be 52. 1 am, "The Windsor."
AUNT MANGO. --" -
r A" For February uon m sat Mr. nstine
S* -- I M earthy's at sd. It full ofloodreMd.
ag and splendidly illuacrated. One note-
The Rev. J. N. Sway. wortay ariele is on the V. O.A. move
-- .mena. It contiaas poitratiw t 4may
Deseribitg the weddina of the Re~' lldinfg workers.


J. N. iweby whichh ooK plfte ino n5giad
at St., Michael'., Kenuiagto', a Baglish
paper says: The bride was Mi Floenfe
Rapebav Mary HumlMe, luhter of a
oleryman who has held Htvint In Monk-
-eWr*,oath. 8paldineg, d Tvynmo*tb,
and is teeretary of the Cur*'e* Aug.
meatation Fnnd, and the satbor of a
* Historv of Lncolnshbre and its Ab-
-bey.'" Th- bother of the bri*egroo,-
Arebdeasoo Swaby of British Hoodurm
astted at the wedding.

Cricket.
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A D.W.I. CabIe asuoanees that ut
Bambdoas, Lrdt Brekrlys etketfttem
iide s 301 all oat, as d laredos 261.


Y InstrmacUe from the rtoprtetor,
Mr. J. MILO BIURKE ill puot p on
Tuesday Next, 7th February,
at 11 o'elook, In tAe premitw,

Ilmi ifrm k nf Rf


IN TH& POLYTECHNIC,


b" oan lot. If a sol the itt wil be
-ffered at PabliteaSle to smlU lots from
day to day, bOeiaurg Tebday, 44th P*-
maa y, when tahe pnite will have a motet er
chis", of eu'rinU u-" al hartiw-.


Kiee per barrel
,ef per haif barrel
Pork per barrel
Milk per ease
Cracker, barrel
Meal
earrings u
Cod Fish, box


117 0
4-10



33


Sugar per 1004 Db. O-eI*lfyal. 13
op, B.A. and B.M. box 141. 12
Floor, barrel 27. S6
Mackewels ... 55
Kerosene Oil,. ... 11
gge per dos ...
Oranges per do
Pea per qart.. 3d to
Potatoes per lb
YOaM owt 8


3
41
it
38


Cooonaauflspar 1001 1
plastaigs 6-to 7 f'


Bananas, ripe, per do.
Fowls per lb ...
Starob per quart
Onions per Ib
Pineapples
Beet.Root 2 and 4
Cocoas, 4 for
Fresh Fisb, per I\..
Carrots (per hubnch


3
3
each 6
6
3
3
l4 to 3



Jamaica Preserves and Honey
Company, Limited.

MM. C. W. McffA&tDY-ba&ee- to
i be Jecretary and Vaagsr Q tLe
CoQ"pny. Mr. C. &S Cl MBERULAIN
is Secretary aaln M raaw i u e.
A. IL WIGG I, Attoprie
68, Port Royal Stret.
l4 Eb., 1905.
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Jamaica Blekepers' Asomiatlo.

-R 0 W. MclcB RDY has seeBd a4
be Ae'r tary of this Asseiatlof.
re Director' s will shortly meet to coa-
ide-r hqit hev -hall do as to appointhi g
I tnnces( or.


pain lasDIDU j
I am A~oing Most Of --ty
Operations without pain..





Noq Ti), 4) Iat Str~eo -sear L


fraoz WWIllalways ivafeda favout'ipuatb
Mvdertitr "andthe, pd"W- Is y *%t~m

that yoU Isv te'"IM.k


Swept Linstead'ia few weeks ago.


The HENRIQUES LUMBER COMPANY is now to the assistance of the sufferers with prices to de4 compWl


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who, the reader is of course now
askin, la Mr. D POOL ? Born in
CurmAo, the Dutch West lodinle


Island, he early showed, his ar,
titic bent ; and as he stepped
over the -threshold of boyhood
choee, without hesitation the
career of the Artist. F .r three
years he studied at the National
'"-Acsdemy of Design, NC.v Y,,rk ;
and then f *r two ye-ic- th h young
student studied painting and
a olptur.- in the Ac idemy of a
city no-: ess fain us than Flor
enee. From lialian scenes he
returned to our western world,
and-tean work in Venezuelsa, in
which country he remained seven
years 'His time was devoted at
this time chiefly to painting, and
for this his services were re-
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iqured oy many notables, inclu
ding the heads of the Govern-
ment. Bat he also went in for
engraving, and that to an in
creasing ex eat, as years passed
by. E igriving is nearer th(
practical, work a-,lIy w)trld, and
bide hy sid- witu h's artistic
gift. MI DE PooL has very
practical qualit.es.
Hii next sp ;re of action was
Trinidad, andi there he beeuime


warmly attached to the manner.
and method of life that is dia,
played under Anglo- Saxon rule.
He worked much in T"FoWaD
as an engraver. and illustrated
Toe MItasO, The Po sasN, The
HUMMING BIRD, CaBOLE BIT
TERS, Port-au-Spain GAZUTrT, and
PanNY CurTs, "And if I did not
illustrate -any mi re." said Mr.
DE POOL in giving the partica
I trs weasked for: "it was because
there were no more." He also
m-ade engravings for the "Triani-
dad Magizine," and the "*Mis-
cellany," painted some ptrtures
and engrossed and illumiaahd
the CoroBatio, addinsee pre
seated to His MuAJsr the King,
by the Legisletive Council, and
the Agricultural Society.
This work called forth from His
Excellency The governorr a letter,
in which he thanked Mr. D PooL,
and expressed high appreciation of
his 6nllat-w.
Lat year Mr. Di POOL aoqepted
work in Cuba, and it was then that
--nr to iaWamma he a, tt iVtedW
, maica. He passed on to BHa. V
as, and found himself eoo aa
overwhelmed with work, for Joari
natistio eaterprie is well develcejd
in that City. But the place r
health reasons did not suit ^i
family, and he himself did ,ot tke.
to it style of life. *I prefer the
way of living here and ina T~aidd,'
says Mr. os PooL. I like that ve'
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rucn, oUeir than Cubua .I Me
your ways here very muoh.'
And so ciroumstanoee working
together we hki been enabled to
organize and put in motion this new
and important enteprise. 'In eem
binatioa with Mr. oD PooL we traist
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NO Post card
POPULAR FEATU#4E. Tuas,Ltsl
Eogdand,


addressed J. N. MAs
870 Hope, Stores, Rye,
W4 eaiil ak anr


*JAMAICA TIME' "grown-ip 4e rek to cal the at-
CHILDREN COaNER. tenton of. .yery cii|ftbey know
to our a0qw CWilren'a .ornar.
Our readers* will see that on There is one thing we must
page 17 of this issue we h ive in emphasize, and that is the abso
troduced "A Ohildren's Ooroer," lute necessity of going in for the
in which will be 'held every competition at once. Our postal
emotb very easr c.uapetitions facilities are not yet as good as
for handenme and valuble prizet&hey might be, and the delay of
kindly given by our enterprising A day will sometimes spoil the
advertisers, M,'srs J. N. MAS ptitor's chance of getting
rias, Ltd., the celebrated Bri-'" IW or her competition sent in
Uish and Oolonial Watchmakers, time. .
yhose name and god are now In future competitions it,'Is
ad well keows to our readers. unlikely that we will be able to
.W6 trast that all will tfke the give so wpog 9 time for reply as
trouble (or, rather., plawiftt) to i.i the a t- hi moath.

THE ASSISTANT BISHOP-


the running of Sunday trains at
I eursion rates to the'Legislatirp
Coucil.


2. Besolutions on Temperance
to the governing bodies of the
religion denominations.
3. The Sehool to Commission
with regard to Sectarian Tesah-
ing a the Jamaioa College, a
modification of the practice corn.,
phai ed of wa eered.
4. To the OGoveror a memorial
protesting against the change of
the day of sailing of the Royal
Mail stealers, as lch change
fill en Ia -ma'ddrabe a2oo6t
of Sunday labour aakag' t
when the new contract is made
thiscange Aho Wlopt form Mat
Iof it.


This memorial was" sent to
each minister of the- denomina-
tions represented in the Union.
A considerable number of re,
plie- was received and forwarded
to the Governor.

Our team, shooting in
THE RIFLE. an attempt to win the
Swetteaham bad
a wretched day for- 1vt
last Saturday. T're a. i
under a perietetty d
and a aid an.


morei than 858 al tol& di
videal Ierfordinbe6 e v~y cre-
f table. Dr. Z.' E. lmrriy,~d witl
87, rising from 28 at preomedg
ranges to 31 at the 500 yard, an ex-
cellent score. Second with 88 was
Mr. C. F. Dunn. Mr. Rodge made
85. The highest at any one range
was made by the veteran shot and
Capt. Smeeton, at the 200 yards, He
however had bad fortune at the
other distances. The othtr scores
were Dr. J. M. reenoigh, T.
Dando, 84. H. Brke, 84. M.
Byan 82. .

One of eaen piiam
OTnB A oCes of alleged hi. -
AM) oWnL. murder that seook the

tried at the do O
by Mr. J atioe Vi-ek m ee d
St-j&^- -- ^- J -


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aamdbd Iw 66_ adiw
who ia&
.omiw~sd, he.~buad


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bring theie "a deltons *t
every. cald te u*
ly tbim-the 8

Almdo and. we notice ,h 117q
#aId (whether a pdre wkr
640) wil got an
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ax f s aoqts bly -rmnoth,

whic Wailmot oly 'ive he
pleasure but do them. good.
The prim will be westloetrll
from. sa byMqt.Is-


mt ns # gooia are often
bought by our readers, and give
,he greatest astisfaction.
Any reader oan obtain a copy
of their cat logue by sending a


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IV 5 gv a ou ueugul ex vuuuvw ,
Ssad to add substantially to those
attractions that h Lv endeared the
" Jamaica Times" to so large a circle
of readers in our muAh beloved I.
1lad Rome.


sTORtY Q!F ThE WEK.



.IT Pow= propr orn-
Pow'~S.~4M~
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.ly. The babit vconl iavs beea
ptsrred to %in. ve harsher
terms than "Mr. Cargill emr
played. It is, too, we thiak,
aear, if not quite contempt of
court. __

During the past year
EVANOLIUCAL tbis body present
O NlOtL. td :.
1. A petition agaluist


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lnat sn e ~e4. rnswas
aoeuusefdesreyafig bybal

*ury body -tbgge
thele -ia wine,


AN. tPCOO- ime. o
RIOISLE. P"i~wby e~
RXM -of St. MaryW
vooindrol desrvd7lM
its this-Rebus.,


TWy otjr ot cloiaee, tldseent assait
once, twice, and thri4~, and with
highway robbery. He pleaded guilt
to five indictment ,and got 1
months on each, to bei oa o the
conclusion of the foreg oha emno


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At length it seems that agnams snarling hassoPende4 the time we appeal to our mel'-to-do
#- 0,464 #,% i V V .. -


KIXGSTO mthe snorwommo s of
OSPITAL. the Kingston 'Hos
pital are to pass
under official review and reform. Dr.
Kerr will ueserve well of the Island
i bhe will bring about a more satis-
factory state of affairs than now
exists. Building and equipment are
very mueh deficient, and, with ill
due deference to the medical staff,
and by no means losing sight of its
many good points, it also needs some
pulling together.

It is the opinion of
TUH the Superintendent of
CITY FIRE the Kingston Fire
Brigade, that the re
eent disastrous fire that destroyed.
the City Cafe, and the Colosseum,


originated from a cigarette flung
carelessly on the ground. --Comment
is needless, surely.

On Tuesday an acci-


tug VII'. UI Wo 5 rW. .U.TY aLWcs
depend. C pt. W, 0C. Bodden has
now been appointed British Com-
missioner for Nicaraga at Scra in
settling disputes. This we hope will
bring more peaceful days. Mr. W.
T. Eden has also obtained a ccn
cession from the Nioaraghan Gov-
ernment allowing vessels ,to turtle
if they will pay 4s. per head on the
catch.

Kingston is full of the
Tils POLIC. talktof Burglars, Re-
volvers, drugged dogs,
and-policemen's mistakes. The
latter apparently out number all the
others. Far more burglaries are
being vividly described than evjrtook
place, that *of course goes without


saying in an imaginative coumuji.-
ty. Still the actual depredations are
numerous enough. As to the Po-
lice mistakes, there is young Mr. Loft
house severely beaten by detectives,


TRAIN dent occurred on the who said they mistook him, and w
ACCI7ENT. BRaitav Section be- have heard of several instances c
I.veeu Catadupa and other honest and innocent citiz.-n
Cambridge -n the Montego'Bay line. being chased in mistake. A plagu
The passengers train was making its on such mistakes' say we.
way to the Bay. Attached to it was
a car, the last of the lot, loaded with
produce and baggage. This jumped
the track, was capsized, and dragged
for some distance. The' five men in
it, two being di_-h-rged prisoner s,
and three Railway employees, were .
injured, four being sent to the Hos-
pital. One of the employees, Cham-
bers, was seriously injured, and is -
not expected to recover.

The Committee which


THR COMING
LONDON
SHOW.


is arranging for the
representation of Ja-
maica at the Indian


and Colonial Exhibi.
tion is working away at preliminary
ies. There was a meeting on Tues-
day, and there will be another next
Tuesday. Mr. 0, E. deMereado pre-
sided, and members present were,
Hoa. W. 'Fawcett, Messrs. F. C.
Oandall, R. S. Gamble, R. A. Wal-
cott, A. H. Haggart, 8. Soutar,
J. L. Ash nheim, and John Barclay.
It is planned to send the W. I. tR.
Band to the Show, and also a Local
Polo team. For the latter Sir.
Alfred Jones has offered practically


There is much unrest
ua rucoaCasudoafi tbhchers and
AesICULtUaAL others, at the forecast
cooURs. whioh Mr. Bourne's
recent address ap-
paready gave, via, that Agriculture
was to be made practically compul-
sory in all schools. The shadow of
that coming trouble must have
slightly damped the -Agricultural
eoarse at the Mico. which has just
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deputed to attend to the ladies'
Amar .vtmant. f wmnrl


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which at present stands at 10 10.

Other news items of
A BUSDLI importance are :
OF iBws. Neither Manchester
nor St. Elizabeth had
any criminal cases for Circuit Court.
St. Catherine Board is stirring
itself about Fire Brigades.
An Italian Brigantine has been
lost on the reefs here off Pt. Morant.
The Governor has given a free
pardon to the boy Andereon of
Brown's Town, recommended to him
by the Supreme Court Judges.
The new Rectory at Harewood has
been opened.
T-ih- Ofi-..--k d .------- --- --


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It n eJtvW vavo opU vFrU VU n alsC
turday, when the Garrison and
Melbourne played a drawn match.
The supreme Court granted a
spf-cial jury in the case Jones vs
f'e9soa, S-v-la-mar.
Th!t C.ouncil has again requested
the (uvc rnor to sanction the 20
extra u,'.e to the City Inspector.


NEW HOTEL TITCHFIELD,
The opening of which is reported on page 7, where the building
is described.


There is to be a master of ceremo-
nies with assistants.
The Show Committee propose to
give two medals for championship
prizes. There are also special prizes
offered for the best produce from
school gardens,
Entries for horticultural products
will be taken up to nine o'clock, or
on the previous afternoon.
A special feature of the Show will
be an exhibit sent down by Mr.
Cousins department, to illustrate
stientiflc methods in Sugar making,
and the relative values of various
kinds of Cane as sugar yielders. Mr.
P. A. Murray will be in charge of
the Exhibit.


A CREED.
I believe in human kindness
Large amid the sons of men,
Nobler far in willing blindness
Than in censure's keenest ken.
I believe in self denial,
And its secret throb of joy :
In the love that lives through trial,
Dying not, though death destroy.
I believe in love renewing
Atll that six hath swept away
Heavenlike its work pursuing
Night by night and day by day :
In the power of its remolding,
In the graof it reprieve,
In the glory of beholding
Its perftinI believe.
I believe in love eternal,
Fixed Gods unchanging w il, -
That beneath the deep infernal
Hath a depth that's deer still!
In its patients its endurance
To forbear and to retrieve,
ln the large and full assurance
Of its trimnp-1I believe.
NORMAN MACLEOD.

THF HEROIC SOI'L.
The sun set, but set not his hope ;
Stars rose; his faith was earlier up
And matched hi, stfferance sublime
The taciturnity of time
He spoke, and words more soft than rain
Brought the Age of Gold again ;
His action won such reverence sweet
As hid all measures of the/eat.
EMERSON.


SONGS OF LOVB.
IV. To-
An hour glows with sudden splendid
light
As I look backward o'er he ended day,
Aid-sft-yed Memory becdon to the spt
Where thoS didst meet me, Lady, on
Lifes way I
There, for a space, ~y spirit met with
thiuse,
My mood ros nobler, knighted by thy
look ;
Longling'ring, lives the radance where
the hour
A borrowed glory from thy .aAntcs took.


been closed. There was interesting -uou RDCA. L.
---d aUwa wurk Adou however, and With commend able Awricultural Show Next Week. Riw.ton, Jamaica.
as usual the Teachers speak in high TEa INSTITUTE firmness, and despite AT BROWN'S ow. as. J. 05.
appretiation of the care taken for EXHIBITIORN the Govern ments --
their convenience and well-being by rather paisimonious The westernmSt Ann's Show oomes
Mr. A. B. McFarlane and o:hers. policy in refusing them a small off at MinarJ Estate, Brown's Town, H. Rider Haggard's Mission.
In the final examination on the special grant, the Governors of the next rhursday. There are corn- .
ourse the special prizes were won Institute have resolved to carry modious buildings and pens for the Secretary (f State for the ('clony
by MHssrs S. A Schliefer, R-C -hrcnugh another. Arts _nd Craftr exhibits. The St. Ann's Prduct Lttelton has appointed H. Riler Hag.
Sommerville, and Miller. Exhibitiont. I will bh held f.)r a Coimpany will hve special exhibits. iard n "ont 7rT .,t ti're tl t,e j
condit o(,s and cli 'r t( r ni the npir'.1-
-- fortnight -i more in April, and all i sp 'cial building has been made for tural and indautrial land ettlemeuts or
Grand Cayman his objects for competition must be at horticultural exhibits, ganitEd in Ametica by the Salvation
CATNx&, fallen on days even the Institute by March 18th. The A special building allo will be Army,
worse than tho-e that details of the regulations will be provided, as a ladies' stand and The trnstees of the estate of Cecil
followed the death of the Cocoanut given in another column either this refreshment room with a female inquiry wi'r th e iwof ppyong the
groves last century. The Nicar- week or in our next issue, Mean- attendant. A. lady will also be stien.e to Scu'h \fries,


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JAMAICA


TI M P.


Madame Stoess*!.
The wife of the heroic defeooder of Port
Arthur, Mme. Varis 8toeel, will always
occupy a foremost place in the aieamui
of that great iege. From the begineing
oT thelea talj -the .(h fatt awfni wevakl


which preceded the sarrender, Madame
speat at her waking hours among the
dying and the dead. At the outbreak ot


hostilities, everything in her own house
which could possibly serve the need of
the defenders was eagrily given up by the
General's wife. and sbe set herself with
calm courage fo organs e the nursing ar-
rangemenot. On lher return to hna'q iar-
ters, after su*''n 'nr tlhe wriunde4. su&e
used to !iv,-, tae r-firH precise account"
of the btate A tuiwas, never owittiig a
detail. Mime. Stoe~sel is a small refined
looking woman, tafull of Russin. graee of
movement aud quick, rather plaintive
charm of manner.

Personal.
it is with sticere rretf that we
announce the death on Jan th of
the six year old son of the Ret *nd
Mrs. W.-Sorivener Le. of Betlremeont
Mansee, 811oah. B, died of Tpheid,
after suffering 5f'weeks. We offer
our sympathy to the bereaved pa.
rents.
Aming the visitors to Jamalca
this winter, we number Miss Clarke
of Chicago, who has paid her third
t(o the Island. Miss Clarke is an
expert stenographer and typist ir her
Lative land. and while here she in-
tends to instrunt pupils in the art of
the touch system of typewriting,,
which has been proven to be the+
most satisfactory method taught-
Her address Is No 10 Duke St.
Mrs. McPhprson our talented
Professor of Music, to making ai-|
rangements for a lady who has d.s-
tinguished herself ton her m.alnul
stuales In England and Oermaary bo
join her shortly. .Her depart ent
will be the violin.
Among the arrivals by the B. M. 8.
Tagus was Mr. A. McDowell Nathan,
the well known West Indian Merchant.

WHAT Wt fXPhi i
TO HAPPEN.
(Onomaing Eessu and Asfrn-mrwr40e)4
To day 4h-Cricket [(laior Cup Match]
GOrrlson v,. St. Catheune
[Junior Onup Matches] Telegraph v*.
Asylum, slamam.
Kingston vs. New Uentury [Sabina.]
Re-opening Church Theological College.
NEXT WEEK.


5 h Snii 8nsy after EpIphan.
6th-Agltitcan 8YMAod, ; = ]eJs
leb To wubugi
An&&@&aM isslosary Meeting


40an


ueorge's Sehoolroom, laUoR-go-
7th-Dramatie Performance, Mandevfille
Synot, St St. George's dobo .room.
8th-Tenlis, KingStop vs. Melboarme
[rSabina]
Marine Board Enqniry.
9;.h-Aqriteutral Show, Brown's Town
ANNIVERBARI8.
8th-3rlobL. PaI.17ss,
6".h-C'ie ii v ,ted p1i'tr, B.C. 170.
9th-C .a.' "red'- o retain, 1763.
joth-Late Queen Victoria married 1840


I THE WA .B pI were hvy. The Russians..
* about 500 prisoners.
It had -.seemeda t a The Japsae'e on the Ruissan right
ian Ad" sro R a a vc e about 10,000 were rntea, but afterwards
Russian Ad- serious m rae li 6d n they were strong relatoreed from the
vance looks now more like a right.
dramatic demonstration to lut *w litryriti do ant approve of
distract atteLtton uuna the troubles Karopatkia's offensive more The No e
Karopatkin on the 25tb reported that Vrews e d a"re it ws failure tfo" 7 o
says :neither a recvauslnune in free no
an advaree on the Japanese left was ae montration, it coid only have been
began ; -pd ennrnerated several sucessesaundertakes to captate a strategical polct,
that be claimed, Appureutly there was and this object was not justified by
artilleryy fire on the Japanese line by the events
Shakh e and to coue a serious advance Both sides now practically occupy the
A other hi te r e positions they had previous to the
nAmunt other thiuies tLe Russians re. fighting.
ored the cap.t.ure of 0 attle. ---. -
Tee advance to ang across the Hua and dUe.. supplies.. oft
in par.Joulur te seeing of part of tho Ito=. aoneentpted at Lake
village ot Sandepas which or foree at Ba the railway east
tuked 7 p m. after a desperate fight with of that point I.s blocked with snow.
the assistance of sappers, we surrounded Viad.avetook Is naw isolated on the land
the strong entrnehments and oecupmed *i s well as the sea front.
the largest village ." The same correspondent mays that
At the same time the cavalry spreading orders have bees played Io En/lad for
south of the place defeated a Japanese do several large worbipe for Japan and

-ian's favour, but the rest of the story The4 Amertea same a r 8.-d '+art.
Swu on adfremnt tnea. S&taroff todlt .n .route for Vldivoesto.k i.th-Pvio.s
thus, :.2- -AfL--L,_-,__ .+ .&tm_ t___ k


At Sandepas coming on a strong re- I
doubt with a triple row of artificial i
.bstsecles been scarcely dlmated by our ;
fire and armed with field artillery and
quick-firing nzon, and seeing the impoest
ability of carrying the red -uht without a
preliminary bombardment, our troops left
'-indepis which had be-n -t on fire, it
h-in imnposiblM to remain there without
risking defeat.
On January 27th and 28th Sandepas
and its redoubt were heavily bombarded.
Completing the story came the Japan.
wee rvp 'rt.
"Our detachment occupied lauttakesa
(Saturday) was tales center attaoskd
by a superior fore bf the enemy whieh
we entirely reputed
*Oar other detachment at dawn oa
-(4adayI ateqk, the eamy.twe -
north of Halkouti, ead occupied Mt
position.
"The enemy fiercely eounter attaeke4
but was repealed.
"The e amy treated to the right
baak of thel River. Our fore pwer
siung, i other dtreetoes, he esm y
made several atseeks but were yiaLd.
We eapre 00 ooeers and mm."
St. Pbterebug. Lnet- General Grip.
penberr, Commander of the second army,
telegraphed the Bapero that the Rum.
slans have ocpied Santatitse(Saimatze.)
generalss Mistohenko and Kondratavitch
are wowided, the fot.,.j. hailag hi. 6 ew
shattered a-th latter ot in the luag

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the af ttiedtn 10 oht
rTha 540.00Ma ;Ja um 7A0 Jnaoa. asas
the do an.mv y by -am g bow SI


the toeseedneg to pt oe


The JaMIaW^ lOsse, aeuiedleg to Cblm..s-


English andI
Muslins in hundreds of makes,
T I AI T tV -2__ 2%


The King's daughter Prin-
Britain ess Victoria ha& been
opejoted upon success
fully for appendicitis.
The BRoa er Minastry iol-
Praise })ws the policy of the late
Premier M. Combes the
main feature being an income tax, sepa
ration of Church and State, working
men's pension and a reduction of mili
tary serviee. The declaration severely
condemns the system of secret reports
of the lives of army offers which
boeht bod t the downfall of the late
Cahbin
The mw b t approves the dis.
sa of amadant B.gnloourt from
the Loegi of HBReor for makin
onrt j. spotm -A a feves I
sIi Wea r for mb*ta tr repos&.
elMerreate *M
Tibet. A Ble Book ehows tat
Lord Lanedowne gave RBs-
s-i an emphatic assurance that so l
as no other Power eadeavoars to later.-
vene in the affair of Tibet the Bridtsh
will neither attempt to annex, establish
a protectorate, or It any other way con-
trol its Internal administration. After
the mipson rearand the Ildian Govern-
ment, as an at of rae," reduced the
demnity frym 7 5 to 850,000.

Mr. Taft is fihtdag a Bill
The tht at will give proeee.
Sites. m te Fh, ppie m sr and
tobaseI. Be as Ire sfam-d the
haa t-ome the Philpplae
be i sm
A wave da&m ed Plorda's
'bo lJ. A dy Of 5%00 bxe ofa
eranges and trIos on there" 73
pe e-iM ME matalde** nealetb
' mIs me a ri'eto amge asa young
t.#! *a& waditalls all Tefetablwere
WL bidoh o am th ws ett alw


Hive Stores.





of Nw
French Dress Goods.


colours and designs.


I a1 .1. 0 aUuuoum auru ranriiau styles, Itr'imueu ana uitriiniiitetQ.
Beautiful Dress and Millinery Trimmings.
Thousands of Novelties of many descriptions, all specially suited for
the Season.
Curtains, Art Muslins, Damask and all other Household Requisites in
profusion
Our Show surpass anything ever exhibited before, and thoroughly
upholds even our high reputation as .


Ja~rncaioB's


F'ashlion HIorne
HIVE STORES.


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The foro sof Aerima mariNs la PtaX
ams is reduced to 850
The recent storm was so severe s to
delay stoameahp departures.
The price of oil bhs falleu.
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0 fia ('I.,awmwaanm


The North Sea Paris hs not reached
Comwaision. much that Is delae as
yet. I heard two Swedish
wituessa, Captaina Jot-son and mate
Stromberg, of the Alderbaram who estl-
ed tht a few hears roeedi ing
upon Britisb trawlers by the' laBma
qouadron their boat wos attacked by a
Atranre warship wbieb 'hen dniappead.
Comunel for Reise proted hi
tetimony was ot directly oinsi-tad



the strange vemsel wathe iam
transport wKnkstth- whteh matb O
Swedish craft for a torpedo boat and
therefore sent a wIrtele .m age to
RBuejtvensky Sotifyiag he had been at-
d bya torrped beat. The latter
then ordered his quadrm to be em the
lookout for torpedo boats which have
eised the 1rth Sea almt. The
fisftomonk jwtMual^ktlI o**^iJ


anharloran. was s.z..Jsheb.mui.


Lieut. Ellis for the REuw. tes4tfed
to seeing a torpedo boat from the Trawler
attacked the Alexander III sad Wrter
damage.
Reports indicate the de.
Items. feat of the Rssian. Gov.
ernment in the elections.
There are labour troubles in the Bel-
gian mining districts
The Turks have relieved the garrison
beleaguered in Arabia by rebels.
The Haing4ian Cabinet has reigned.
M. Andrasy of the oppodoN is to for=
a mainitry.
The take la iSbeta, Grw y to
Wpr e siah.



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Wv% S&tAM% bb MM3FAbl Weisfelvui
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bell1andfn reelythe f OlY Of a=
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2-meo Hayward wa~s the bowler who,
wohtmost havoc with um; agl ow l-o
ift has ever been our. weak point.. but
when the facL of its being underhand is
added as a noveltyit Is auMa wonder'
IX thSOr rA"IUITsuiheasGy- viefins. to -the
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YoIft "ddo theweeaky and o"of
work oieseed in eiull ay
the umd fmt dubat btace
of Ponets.
LATYTIG ;-The value of b.kpla7AMdVPM
iwe~bln t.balls Of 111@ '!9%64 r2hk
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goo r a..gd =Amgtutil Wowrlosing
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tit very nicely.
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Wisdom Finds a~p.
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famous invigorating EAR LOIION cares Esarche, Aboese,
Discharges-from the Bar, Itching, etc.
W- Positive cmre or money refunded.,
ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.


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writers Broken Jewellery
mrWedding Blin made to order nad
ennrvod fee of harg. .
Tving U the let and best
Modern tools and a staff of expe-
riensed workmen, all work is execu
ted at short notice and guaranteed.
English Hall-Marked and NaLtUw
Made Gold and Bilver Jewellery.
Clocks, Watches, Optical Goods, fpee
etc., at cheap prices.
Prompt attention to country orders
All work ard oods L guaranteed
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Your spare time
is worth money to
'uses
Wfe^K blin yourself
to accept a better
and more lucrative
__ poottion in your
cweo trade or
w teach
branches of the
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issLoma;Arebftectumren;srti5esigpa;
Cemmel Law:. Ad Wrtt,;S French.
Genaan. or Spanlsh (by the I. .S. phono-
m eqIh method), etc. Write us. state O
wtat subject interests you, and we will
send ft paTlticuTrs.
INT VMTONAL COrIESPODENCE
SCOOLS, ScraIons Pa.
Or call on our Local Representative
Jrnest DeSouza. 14 Duke Street.
Kingston.
-Bead thti TestimonUal--Havin
been a student of the International
Oprespondese BSchools, I cannot
peak too hhly o their methods of
laaftRol, A I N twh months go,
wUpjlemployed at the Naval Dock
d.s Port Boyal I was advised by
My xief t, take a course of instruo-
n gSwseering from theme
I beve never regretted tak.
in thadvio. ; and L in turn, would
= 0oevery young man, whatever
my be his position, to take advan-
of the instructions offered byp
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JAMAICA TIMES.


IV ,II-l -.--.-I_..


NEWS O THE PARISHES.


Jaaoals, wkiM b .0te" of 4,907 1.6 square ales, is divided into 14
paidshe. The largest of tb g not St. Blisabeth as is so often said, but
t Ann, 476 mllei. Two othew are larger than St. Elizabeth which is
462, for Clareadon is 474 and St. Catherine 470 square miles. The small.
oet perish is Kingston 71-6 square miles. St. Catherine with 65,000 people
stands rst in population.


Clarendon.
Park all.-On Friday night lap1t about
10.30 the Mission Rose a Chapel of
Mt. Zict, Maln Ridge were to the
ground. T1 Rev. E. P. Ferguson with
his family were in the house and escaped
unhurt, but scarcely anything was saved.
There are several theories as to the orl.
gin of the fire, but no one really knows
how the fire originated. Quite a gloom
has been eat over the congregation.,
The Rev. J. B. Scott, late of York
Castle d alabar, taken charge of
the Baptist Church Mt. Zion, and the
otherstaions assoeated with It. .
Yaws are still very prevalent in the
district and reduces the school attendance
over 15 per cent. Why have the anthori.
ties discontinued the medicine usually
supplied to the constabulary for this di;
gusting disease?
The people are waiting with longing
eyes for the advent of the banana season.
Things are very flat and the money in
circulation is very small.

Portland.
Nanechioneal.-Fruit was bought by
b. S. Smith's Company, last week, but
through the method employed many
turned home with their fruit.uMsold. This
As very trying for the poorer class
It is rumoured that the Gideon & Dyer
Company will be in the field in March,
Good news.
H. Buckley eq. mneans to build a
wharf soon, for his fruit, which will be
at an averagsof 2,000 stems per week
We expect keen competition.
The earthquake was felt b sre 27tk
ult. at 2.35 p.m.
Strong North winds prevail along with
slight showers.
The properties around have lost a num-
ber of bananas.
Wma. ranels an old man of 70 odd-
departed this life on the 27th ult He
was a mimberof theehuNMh ar mtuty
years a member of the Committe, and a
punctual d oa attM

The Methodist and Anglican schoo
will be examined on the d th sad 76

hBffaD.- Two art left Buff Be
on Saturday the 8th for Balcarrls wu
shop ears and goods belonging f
Mr. = Jurddi. One of the eearte
driver and mules west oer a preclpi
and into the river. They fell at .ool-
ahade 1 a Iam a n a ali0.1 a *a6- 0 e-


oilyslives
otmuleand driver; the heart was damaged.
Driver was taken back to Buff Bay oe-
-P" Some of t&6 ,. toald not e
ere The art w Uas takm out oli
by te kld frWeds. Ihope the
P.W.D. will erect a wall along these
F-

Trelawny.
Paienth.-The a of the Nune
wheohave ome tm a the new school
or rather sm ls e omeecltemens.
iThey wear v e
It s said that the Deon Home
will aso start a school her.


St. Ezabeth.

*ea* rwan. Mte Nieboboa t
(Ooe hs& been appointed Poet
for h oe. voe Mi Loa trauferred to
Malvera, Mi Walker is now assistant
Pe" ftatea.


Manchester.
Nile Gully.-The collection at the
Missionary Meeting in connection with
| St. Georre's Church, totalled 89 15s. Rev.
A. Brown is to be commended for his
energy.
Mr. Charles Bylton of this place, met
with a serious secident while riding with
Mr. Patton. He was thrown by his horse
and severely out his forehead and hands.
The Gambling Law apparently does not
extend to this part of Manchester; the
*pettfre am wutral.
Porus.-A wedding took place on Thurs-
day the 26;h ulto at St. Augustize's
Ohures ; the Rev. G. 8. Grange officiated.
The contracting parties were Mr. Jno.
Wright Haynes and Miss A. Irene,
i yonne-t iunghter of Henry Patrickson,
SEq., plan er and overseer of Coffee Grove
property. Te bride entered leaning on
the arm, f her father in a fashionable
wade dre-- of white Mercerised Silk.
h- wa- n hiered in with the choirs sine
ing hymn 3I0. Miss Shrimpton presided
at the organ. After the ceremony the
happy couple drove to the house of the
brides other. GOests included Mis-e
8. and J. Patriekson (cousins of the bride),
Miss A. PatriceoN, [sister, chief maid];
Misses Va [] etc. Messrs. D. D. Phil!ps,
W. A. Mora, A. A. Johnston, S.
bio m, Oha Patrksow,[brother of
the bride]; W. aynes, [brother of the
bride room] and others

St. Thomas.
Trinitille.-We have a new Angliman
Lay Representative in the person E-Mr.
Weatberhead, a Barbadian, who has
been here nearly seven years ow.
Mr. Robert Dawe a able tntelligent
man, (a native of the parish) who was
once catechist and Teacher at Holy Trin.
ity when the Rev. F. L. King was theu
astor of that church, held the poitin of
kLa Representate "under the ,Mae-
Dermot, and up to the time of the Rev.
Cornwal (who dWd) Mr. Dar diedat
Fet Hll and Mr. John MaeFarlane
succeeded hi and rendered very ood
serves. A Sootonbma, he was always
intd aad muh lked.
The people at beneser are practising
for a lower serves.
At Sonerset. te school is well attend
ed.bat the road is o bash, a perfect dis-
grase, to a people who are vay!ag taxes.
'A .oool lost 17 last month.
Mr. W. Orr x-M. P. B, has been
appointed as Agent for the Dyer and

haiover.
Green Island.-Stromg wind rage,
temperature warm in the erntgs, very
eold at hi- -hts. _
The United Fruit Company bought
fruit on the LOthf only a few stems were
obtamable. Tw steamers have called
here for s ir te. The bright time for
the stores -p itM a tee holidays,
and owing to the fact that for the past
three wees the labouer at some estates
around have got no pay, through lack of
money, It is said, o the authorities part,
The Rev. Pterkm peaMbed at the
Presbyteria Church here for the first
Mr. IA. Cevestu DqumLjhpe O


---t --- N M- w H v 100.
tare at Negr and 1 pffield mday th
FebrwY, i nat-t the Kimp Vealse Dwt
from 7th to 9h.
Dr. Vernon of Meatego Bay has dtsoon
tinaed his Tvits he.
The Crcke wm hre had a trial with
the Lue f am bt b e dl"d,
The market is belnu renovated and the


-M rPu l, winner of tS --Ja ak he s tased to exist there on aeooant
olaihip for 1900, i on a visIt to eof the i6Me roof ay be abated.
tea4 ftor tbehebeoat of hi health. He When answering our Advertismenti
is now at hib home at Laovla. lw oer a upon the
On Thursday the 26th l,. it was ex. Rr
eeptionallv cold;, $ ccompanled by Advrtaiser ad the Pu~llishe by stating
strong northerly winds. The Mwaqutre that you saw thP Advertisementin the
Company performed here lately. JAMAICA TIIlB8.


February 4, 1905


TABLOIDS OF IdWt.


CMUM WA UV
T'he stntmea of Mr.. R.. A.. 0. Duanw


origily iAed orJan.
postponed til March.


Ln


Women's Industrial Home.
This Salvation Army Institution under
the "uAan5umeut of Adjutmnt Dobaey, 11
doing excellent work on behalf of women.
Three girls have recently been sent out
from it to situations, sad from one who
wax sent to Panausa, very good and satis.
factory repoi ts come. Still the fuller
aid and interest of the public is needed in
this work for the uplifting and better-
neat of younj women.


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i Ot ain Leib 8. A. has js r-.
turned i on a tour in Hanover, tt.
James, 8*. litabeth. the interest of- the
Army's looi work and speaks of having
a ood time and maoy a Ilw ride. It is
likely that be will start another 4tor in
aober dfreaot earls nex week.
:The electorMs a t4. sukt' Church,
have elected MesetaJ. U. Aikmeo, T.
Clarke, J. Willians, 1 V SBanlt.7
eUi, G, T. rmstrongI, L dSo8. Bell, .
Burke, G. N. 0ox, P. K. Dunbar, A. 8.
)uff, A. W. Fialason, end G. D. BRut,
Church Co, mittee for 1905 and Mesers.
A. Duff and R J. Williatra, epresenta.
tives for Synod.
A burglar abo entered a residence in
Victoria Avenue made good his esaepe
by threatening to kill when attacked,
The Government has decided not to
purchase certain lands of the W. I. In.
provement Co.
Atm aeetw- of the City Qoun 1on
Teedsay, the report of the Sanitary CMB
t6ee ero*uht to light s number of en.
tore fever since the 9th alto.
Philip Scott and Geo. McDonald who
left here in their fishing smack the Tale
Bearer since the 26th alto. during the
norther, have not been heard of,
Whilst returning from fishing two men,
Jennings and Barnes had a narrow escape,
The boat capsized and they lost the fruit
of their whole day's toil.
By the Beta from Halifax came Mr. J,
A. Hazer, Mr. C, M. McDonald and
three Chinese, Mr. A. W. West, Mrs. D.
Casey, Miss A. Casey, Master Casey, Mr.
Joe. Gill etc. ete. Masters B. and G.
Firth also came on her from Turks Ialand.
A cow and several sheep were among her
One aym sooner Ocman Flower
brRDt a egoe ocuant. from
Gaymm Brae this week.
g them for burglars, the pollee
gave two shopkeepers chase on Saturday
night after which they arrested them.
At Satt.n street the leukies two satis.
fled the police as to their identity 'and
were rneaed
Barber are permitted now to open
their establishments on Sundays until
certain hours, if they don't sell tobacco.
There will be a dance at King's House
on the 24th given by His Excelleney in
honour of the Fleet.
The Tomas Brooks sailed on Saturday
forCuba with I0 aloon passengers and
17 deckers.
At teetball Kingston u overs vs
W. LIR. Band on Saturday, the latter
won by goals to one.
At 163 Tower Street on Saturdaya fire
broke out, The ames were quickly ex
anguished. No damage done.
Mr. R. W. Bradley as won the King.
stone C.C. Tennis bampiomabip
St. George's College Kiagston High
School, the Jassisa college, Wolmer's
ad New CollegIate-have entered for
the nlt e Crcket Cup. The
first match will be at Clovellyon the
I thi St. George's College v Kington

The Country.-
Pebe.saw are now being made for tbe
staging of 4, Our Boys and Sarah's Young
Man" at Madeville, by the Manchester
Amateur Dramatic Club, which come
off on the bight of the 7th.
At Moatego Bay oa the 27th, the an-
nual pr1ise dIstribution of the airls' See-
ondary School took place. The ev.
Coiea distributed the prizes and Mt.
Gruber presided.
At Spanish Town station a woman had
a narrow escape of death, having looked
oat u the train passedthe pllows, which
struck the young man Marques, and


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JAMAICA TIMES.


M vt vs V*#otable Food.
A xOT FRlOM DR. K9188.
I am very glad to know that the lee
tSee wish I delivered at the Conoer


snaw a as given Wto o moahm
I have had many questions A True Patriot
to anwer oa variow points, sad Mr.
Datvis raies throtea the medium of your
paper tbhever verdant theme of animal Toby was the baby of the family,
verses vegetable food. and. though they made a clown of him.
For obviouM reasons I could not enter he wafi no foul.
'lanto tb matte i seastficalfy my lethal that Toby was a great
- ture, but if you will afford me space in More than that. Toby was a great
y7ur paper I shall endea our to make my patriot.
polbts n this subject clear. His trainer had dressed him up in
Man require ftor food, substance coa the stars and stripes, and Toby was
taloin the elements Carbon, Hydroten, very proud of that.
Oxygen, and Nitrogen, and the average "Greatest day of my life when I got
daily consumption of the healthy active into them jeans." he used to say.
adult Is as follows : Caron 280 grammes, "Mean to stand up for the flag, and
Hydrogen 40, Oxygen 189, Niutroen 20 anybody who steps on that suit of
Of these elementary bodies Carbon and anybody who steps on that suit of
Nitrogen are of the greatest importance. mine will have to step on me, all of
The above table shows that when the which was literally true.
body is In a active condition there are One day the clown came into the
required 20 grammes of Nitrogen and 280 ring dressed as a Spaniard. with a
of Uarbo. funny 1panlsb hat on one side of ts
Meat contains 8 per cent of Mitrogen little head


2*i


The King of Wrestlers.


"'" -"n .... '"- "
Said II per cenMt of carbon. Now if we ."Ought to be ashamed of himself."
coined ourselves to animal food to argued Toby "to wea suh rig as
obtai the necessary Ntrogen 666 gued Toby, "to e s a rig as
grammes equal to 1 lb 7 ezi would be
sufficient, but in order to supply h be Oar
boit 2546 grammes equal to 5 lbs 9J zs rz
would have to be consumed.
On the other hand bread, which is the
most nutriiious of 'e 'etab e suha1tri*es,
contains I per cent of Nitrogen,u nd 31 per ACkENSC1MlDT. TME LNEATENTELLS, 'HOW IT IS DONE."
cent of Carbon Therefore if we only nued
breadpp, 933 rn s eqar Carbon, but wed I an interesting letter, written on the eve of his departure
supply the ntoeat rv Carbon, but we ta
would have to eat 2 000 gran me equal to for Australia, the brilliant wrestler makes a disclosure that is
trs o oba. n of of the greatest importance to everyone. His continued career
A tixed diet of animal ao d weietable of triumph requires that he should always possess perfect
food for man. A judicious mixture &up health aud strength, and he admits there are anxious
pl es. se -waste of the isnAdi.idul. -ut moments whea the stress of his contests have reduced him
unneemary waste of material, or without tin. "
calling on the body to eliminate u to a dangerous state of weariness and lassitude.
steesM not reqam d. It is from them
fa aly ithiae irt sold 1a suped "art BSPARE OLD I O-T." At such critical times Hackenschmidt adopts the simple
A still more important poitt is the f thM the precaution of taking a dose of Phosferire..- He says that
that tpea smmen *- o y stripes. I just won't act with him; pre o. mor yS
solved md digested tby t e gtric of that's all." And Toby sat down on Phosferine cures his nerve disorders and lassitude, keeps him
the haman stomach than vegetable albo ample haunches. in lndid condition, and is in many ways an invainable
mesm, seh a gluten, logumine ete, "Get up. your" shouted the down. help to him.
I presume the **physical culture foods" But Toby never winked.
consist of vegetable albumens, possibly "G'wan out er here," cried the little
gluten, and legumine with glucose, etc. fellow. "or I'll bang yer one!" Therefore, since Phosferine proves itself indispensable to
and naturally provide all the elements This was too much for Toby.
neot..say, At I clatir fantmath- foods"as tom muc mrn .. -Hackcnschmidt, whose magnificent powers are so frequently
canno t take the place of animal alb.me...
Al g I do not readers to he muttered. "I don't care for myself, and severely tested that he MUST keep well at all costs, it will
lose eight of the faet thatin y secure I but no feller in the Spanish rig Is goin most certainly be far more beneficial to those less robust meu,
offd the opinion that prs l the ter it this fag." And he put back his woe and children whose nervous systems are sadly in need
trople eat too mueh meat, I have no der two enormous ear. and chidre whose nervous systems are sadly n
sae that they should beeine egetarians. "Hit me It ym will, but spare Old of such a remedy as the redoubtable King of Wrestlers foauad
W. D. NEISI. Glory," said Toby In true Barbara in Phosferiue.
FPretchle style.
Varmty Company. The clown was angry. He brought Mr. G.HACKENSCHMIDT writes:--I have been so delighted at the
TO OM IN JULY. his whip down on Toby-thwack! wooduldl results derived from taking Phosferine that I have much plemum
Mr. H. E. McGll who is back in Ja. Toby knocked him down with his in giving you this unsolicited testimonial. Owing to the continued strain
malea for a season. brought the news that left ear and spanked him with his of wrestling three or four times nightly for the last eighteen months I got
we are to have, in Jaly, a visit from the right. As e did e cried 'Ths very much rn down-lassitue, and a genaleliinofweies
Wilsonm Peaom Varietyr Company. It Manila Bay. and that's sanuagor- Qvently dcidh d some lfew weeks back to take a hO o weines I cy the
,Tbv. nevr s a p ri- by%" 43 CTdid Some Saw weat back to IL a ft in Germny; the
*no e-knJ f by s ,tf.ta h n.T thang; oatt edid not smn to do me much good, but whilst in Berin a ftimd of
ol --bi-- ......... --t told me to try Phosferine, I followed his advice, and found it aisplern
Mr. MoGUl speak f of the Comn Camera Exchange tonic, a few bottles soon storedd me to my old firm. In NeIraJsga 1 htve
amny;and we should si that Io eo also found it axc edingly valuable. Strong men, you see, have their troubles
re will be very ess..oe ea l. The J amaaas well as others. I am very grateful that your remedy was brought to my
Amabg the members are Mes.rGe orieln soe rarkabl y meat posted at "r my.... nal..tyil
Nicholsea, Harry Stead, Harry rr with Jamaies view,. oticeas it has certainly proved an invaluable help to me, you will
Tom Swallow, the famous tenor, Staley, We note that fa ber article on Ja. underwid bow I value the .emedy. I shall not fail to recorwmrd it to my
from the Hall of My tary" Ateek Bay, males t the De mber ** "l .Ir MKis friends. You can use this if you see fit, as I cou~ider Phesferine is a
the Comedian, Mra. 4f r Movley, Meters Norm Masson l Osed views from this ab Champion and -cannot be too il -wn. -L
J. W1ln, G. T. Peirsn, Barlow, the lishment. The article to entitled "**A P "A" -'e cannot be too wel lkown. -
fawono buritnue and Wilberforee. Weatern Riviera." -, F -et n
The time for lthe visit i will ehose. --
Japan Orders l inen. !as -9w
The Presbyterian." Japanes Goave t has jut Gtf N tft .
tiven eat extemave orJem for teat eaa. A FOYW3 RtlMIB W MOR1 miamanORi : a ,naa..


SThe Teacher's .oert which we wod.
be glad to reprint should space permit. th orders are ad4iten.' to these recently
in the pIaper' cmment on a recent re- ex ute and an dh .v b vm
port we ar, delighted to And an opinion s l mouti is b re s" g^
expresed that is in line with ometh-ki land Kingdom detemied to pro
we recently sad. Something more the war well ulat the year.
than the Prioon is required ia Jana&ca nensible Lnterpriz.*. .
Postal Vastl Tho Vietorla b-t-J he. pnbHedM a
-.. [ -~ anudy little booklet in whieh b teaely
The Poet Office ano Telegraph Station -m clearly set forth the advantages offer.
at the Hotel Titchfield Port Antonio, ed by the Society. The priating is neatly
was opened on the 30th instant, and is done by the Colonial Publishing Com-
noa available to the Public. p pny,


aa am siners ooaaequcat upon a reduce state of Le aertoaium zg s

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8YNOPBI&

L-Mr. Irons, The Boldier of Oom-
merm," is expelled from uasia, but de.
termines to return. II.-Koura, the
beautital maiden eanterthe story. HI.-
lbe. Is seized adb her father murdered.
Sheb lfha is abduct*A Iy.-Tmnq lIgbt.
on the game of kidnap and in the end


gets "arrested in the name of the Usar ."
V.-Alma Jun.ieff. the girl whom Irons
love*, hears of his imprisonment. VI.-
Irons is a-cased of abducting Konra.
VIl.-A-lmi plans a marriage for her,
VIIl.-Pri)ce Dellnikoff has an inter
view with 'ma. IX-He helps Alma
to go masq n-ading. X-Alma deliver?
Harvey Irnse from prison. XI-The
fugitives are bunted X(I-They escape
in a Hay boat, XIll-Russians overhaul
the boat, and a storm swamps it. XIV.- i
The lovers are rescu-d and separated.
XV.-Rarvey et-cpes from the Hay boat,
and ills In' o the hands of thieves. He
meets Orskoff again. XVI.-Orskoff and
Harvey dev'st means to save their lovers-

-C4APTa XVII.-Continued
Otskoff stared. Harvey turned nfl
lredimed his walk. Ile took sevver-
turns and closely watched Crskoff. '7 b
Iteslan was deeply thinking,. his l.ro'
knitted in perplexity.
0Wp!" be commanded suddenly a'
Har'ey reached him agaln. "You se!
win&-'lls. To no one save those wbh
employ yon do you owe alleglancs
You em .e and go as you see fit. Yoi
are shrewd :,nd brave and take you
warm to all countries and run ri-1.t ,
death to promote the counnercial intr:
est of the company. You have apokt
of your love. Under the whiplash o1
your tongue I am torn ina halves with
the bitterest coutikt of my life. I havw
led my company* in bittl~ and havc
faced the enemy without a trenvmr, but
that Is nothing compared to the bhtil
that Islsurging in my breast now. In
me, in this breast, there is a conflict
that overshadows anything in my ex
pftftce."
*iton't understand," said Harvey.
_"tn would understand if you were
a iaslian officer and at the same time
a Aimn in love. Remember, I am per-
toralg my duty when I place you un-
-erest and take yqu back to TiM1is.-
e a condemned prisoner who has
SWith your innocence or guilt
I Ite nothing to do. It is my duty tF'
ta*' hose robbers to Tihla, and It I l
Dot my duty to permit one o a thl to-
tarjk Yet, as against this duty, thi
gi love is in the hands of the Bo-
kharans. You, the man who is mosR
wast d in Tiflis, and these robbers art
the-tbly men on earth who can hok~
me, or, once the girls are on Bokhara'


MLM4 i -- -4


alpleamsa s.
"I cannot stir regiments to cross thew
border. The order must come from St.
Petereburg, By the time -we get tlha
order the girls will be married to thi
princes."
"That is what I have been striving t
show yon-the useless f n-yess-
duty in this case. I claim your duty is
to go after the girls."
"Impossiblel There is a secret corps,


1. "Palpak! I must at least send him'
s' d his brothers to T'f1's."
"You will then throw aside the one
staff that can assist us over the diffi-
culty."
"What use can the robbers be to us'f"


S* *'rna renlow fraipas 3 cimer or a emu
i j | called Zannucks, who hate the am er
and all those who are faithful to him.
C I overheard them talking in the cave.
*--- "-- [It seems the ameer levies such ex-
l-o orbitant taxes that the Zannuoeks ea-
JOHN ROE GORDO not pay. He taxes everythlng-wl.es,
children, cattle. That Is the reason the
by F. IL "T*.l chief seekl to rob the ameer and his
people--t reimburse the Zannucka.
rz 7_ ] Palpak would not hesitate to help us
n (rd DaMMbd. M if by helping as he could work Injury
^ work. I aw a to the ameer. Grant the robbers their
f r such work. 1 autot a soldier e freedom. Let them take th-ir booty to
off Russian ioil unless sent there." their people on condition ,t they n-a
"Who asked you to be a soldier? Come sist us in rescuing the gi
with me. Let us rescue the girls. Alma "Set free robbers who ha attacked
h really committed a crime, Russian paymasters!"
po.;e, but we must risk the danger "Yo Russid that you would not turn
Tifis. I'll take care of that part W .e "You d that you would
Tiis. I'll take care of that lt we back. Now you are trying to turn two
we get the girls. wayo-one toward Tiflis, the other to-
"Yonu wrUtd try to etr.cpe *-ward Bokhara. It will not do. If you
even try to kill me to escape." .. ,,, o.,-,,ms.h ..ni.,n In *t ,ia,


"Nonsense. If y.u will assist in res affa r, you must go the whole figure-
cuing the girls and let Ahna Jurni stake all and win or lose. That is the
escape. I will go back to Tiflis with you way I do business."
and take my medicine." "What Is your plan?"
"You would risk death and disgrace "'Have Palpsa lroniht here and let
for the girl you lov us talk with him In a straightforward,
"Ye. I'd risk 11 for the girl 1 businesslike way. Anyi miin will hblp
.Tos" another if he cin also ,i ,nfit himself
"lTh;>i i love' Thmi is love: It Is a ,doing so.
I fe.]l iii, lf. Let mne think What a .."I leave it to you. Yur head is full
prol'm f'or ; man t s lve!" of plans, while mine is sin:,ply taken up
He abruptly left Harvey, who sat with thinking of poor Koura."
down, preferring to let Orskoff work "I think of Alma as much as you do
out the problem himself. Orskoff paced of Koura. But simply thinking will
gravely up and down, never once look- not rescue them. We must act, and act
ing at Harvey. quickly."
"Have you a plan?" he asked scu i Orskoff sent for NPrvky. The lieu-
denly. stopping before Harvey. -tenant was paLing the I.ridge. eager to
"Give me your answer to the prlbl be off, He could not understand why
lem you have set out to solve. and 1 the captain did not hurry to Tiflis with
will give you the plan I have thought the prisoners instead of wasting the"
of." time chatting in an apparently friendly
Again that monotonous pacing ul -way with one of them.
and down the deck. It seemed to Iron "Lieutenant, have tihe chief robber
as though the Russian was growing brought to me." said the captain.
older looking each moment. .Paln the .*s Palpak was being led toward
feverish eyes and working lips. It to m Orskoff said to Harvey: "Conduct
came to an end at last. With a si the negotiations. I will agree to any-
as if exhausted Orskoff dropped inio thing you plan."
the chair by-the side Irons. v .Orskoff ordered the irons removed
*Well, I hare tofht the fight," he trou the robber. Whenrthe three were -
said wetrttlv.. sione, Harvey said to Palpak:
"And wvonr" asked Harvey. "We have had you brought here to
"No; God knows it is no victory! ve a businesslike talk. You appre-
have Jst. My patriotism gwes dowt late your situation, I suppose."
before my love. a I em a jlaasian. "I am a prisoner of the czar. He
know- the RuatIn nwrueltie tio toh l] perhaps kill me."
who defy the czar. I know the ptil Just so. And all of your treasure.
rule that breaks the hearts and destroy e stealings of many months, is on
the Uliv p-f thoe,.who eypermit this boat."
culprit to escape. n Lnt~ --know.. "Yes, to enrich a Russian officer. My
ing the punishment, the disgrace, th ple can starve. The ameer's tax
horror of .treachery-I have resolved t flst be paid or twenty of our best
become-a traltort" youngg men and women must go to
"A traitor! What l khara. It ist wrong."
-"Yes, a tiAlto To t Aarrf tou rk "Ug. course i-s-wrong. We know
I will soon be under the same con people hate the ameer and that
demntlon. We will go to to t ameer sla crueL It was a strange
11iery rI _A-- t ha t twoo T to har island uf
and rd!e: e we e in ^th ng Shong."
attempt. It is settled. I will not t "ur You-- Vet my liMf, for my brothers
baekl" r. re mad with wine."
S, L "Your future course will show wheth-
Sir I did well. Let me explain how I
A CoTRnAct wrra A MOSSE3 cnITF. e to the island."
Q aARVEY broke the spell of si Then followed a detailed rehearsal
Silence the story qf Koura and Alma.
S"'I thought you would s 'They are ..beautiful girls," said
Say Mt V Xo whaH agevey as he concluded. "One is to
let us go on and plan. We must no the wife of the captain; the other
losr sight of the fact that we are deal to be my witt."
ing with unknown quantities. We ha "Why do you tell me this? I am a
no method 4a IIIIprisoner."
girls amWa W t "Because we want your assistance-


W114 aslet o WWM-Wb yewSr a
when you spoke of becoming &mitor?"
"I become a trfflftt? The mi#fhcnt !
give you your liberty and asvawol-"p*3
yo, upon the proscribed ground of Blu
khara."
"You must go even further than thal.
We must use the robbery."


-bL

"I would do Aaything for you."
"Suppose you are set free and the
treasure Is restored to you. The only
return- we ask is that you give us all
the asslstauce in your power to recover
the two young women."


f I --l- -1.1-0 -0 -- IAYan tn i I hAtkh i& IAn _Jin


permit me to, depart tI peace to my
people and take with me the treasure
that I stlet"
"Yes; to recue the young girls we
will do that The captain has promised
it."


COME

Bg

U oopyrigt. mU, 1


"What is 811oon?"
'The most important port on the Bo-
kharan shore. It is not a Zanncek vil-


"We bal had yoe brought here to hare
a buK*mWMUs toak."
lage, nor do the people like the ameer.
They are for the greater part exiles
from Khlva."
"Then they will not fight for the
ameer?" -
"No, nor against'li. They wish
only tq be let alone."
"How log woud it take the boat to
reach 8Looen?"
& S a .U7I '~~K


T xw4o)#A JSY U-- W*M M" MM
Soon, and we could not overtake tbem,
as the nest camels of the ameer woua4
be in waiting 'or them, with ba guard
of his best soldiers." -
"Is It not possible that a caravan t
rich goods will take advantage of this
escort and go to Bokbara?"
"It would be eo."
"There would be some delay getting
started."
The ameer's solders would b
"*aid to lT -w."


**Then what can be doe, Papak*
We put the matter Into your bands*
"Excellent sign you promMie m


inI rescuing teie two giris irom tue m~n. One.or you meVUe uj aut w
men of Bokhara. They are your ene-' other,, a Russian officer releases ms,
miles, and you have sufficient reason I and I can take the treasure to m
to hate them." .' starving people. I am grateful.. will
_ "But I do not love the Ruslians. dAo-ao I canto assist you In wtanltD__
more." baqk the young women. From Silooa
"This is not a question of loving the the road to Bokhara is winding. It
Russians, I saved ,our life, did I notVr raw throwh what Is called the leO


SOLDIERS OF


"Do you agree?" put in Orskoff an-
loady.
"I am not a tool."
"That means you agree, of course,"
said Harvey. "The ameer Is the sliest
rascal In Asia, but oar united brains
ought to be able to outwit him. First
we must figure out where the girls
probably are now."
"Where was the ameer's boat when
you saw t?" asked Palpak eagerly.
"I cannot say. 1 drifted all day and
half the night before I reached the is-
land. It went in the same direction I
drifted."
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We e e ewv to wIst Is aS o
Ib rabeham. A AMort mu from
4ees Is a small village on the cast be-
ftinig to mr pDwpl. By .tanf there
m.d takn tbh trail ovrW t* e *MMt.B
w can. reach the Slloon pas ata


frM w asre K wtw no rour Gayr jour-
wy for the caravan. It will take a
4may three days."
Good'" said Harvey. "What then?"
"The Zannucks have many canes to
Sate the soldiers of the ameer. They
will have fine camels and horses. There
will also be many valuables going to
Bokhara. If there Is to be a weddIng
t a prine, there will be great feast-
Mtg, and the amer will dl3tribute gifts.
Some of these will be In the caravan.
My people wit follow me to the Siloon

"By the Kharaboghaz do you mean
the Scythian gulf '" asked Harvey.
"Yes. It 1i what we call the gulf."
"Then our plan is clear. Orskoff, you
and I will go with Palpak In his boot
to this village of his people and ac-
oempany his warriors to the pam..
' ea Nevisky to Siloon with all speed.
If 1%a dA"A. &I.- I-& I.I


ar.', ...l t eA Ua W L. %UrI a- 'f uAul-


attack and rescue the girls. If the
caravan has gone, let him wait there
for our return. We must g? back to
iloon If we rescue the girls or there
will be no way of leaving the coast."
"I will explain the plan to Nevisky,"
said Orsk( ff.
Nerlsky listened with rmny mrsglv
Lags. A Russian officer to release pris
Owner in this manner and to set foot
n forbidden soil! But Orskoff was
Superior officer. He could do noth-
fte but obey.
The treasure was placed In Palpak's
maling vessel. and the four robbers,
with Rarvey and Orskoff, the latter
Ally anredhe ren the te re of the
.l I-Lat, wnt beard. The gunboat
mamed away for Siloon. and the oth-
-r beat. with all sail aet. started for
aipmk'a Dlttle village.

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S~ pt. Thbe Msbalasee ts AS. We
maraataute the Soclety ou ft good
ea, Abt note ows rather eoellar
ata eman* ts the veport re
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boat hod ?
Mr. & : ,Oh. jst like the
other on ll the rucb geopgl talk pw,
aand he poDr tWl r.
Ethels "aheuld Hke to marry an
Kate: Ir Kate.="
SA vil agiwer, I Sppose ?
Ethel Oh, that wouldn't maer. 'd
s*oo make inht vil, anyhow."
Coaaleh What grounds have 3o for
3igyou sere inane when )oa pro-
posed to her 1"
Defendant : Well, tbere's the plain-
tiU *eat", look at her"4


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you're got there, Robiaomm."
'" Yes Brown."
W Whatdces it eost to carry an
bre la like that ?"
EKernal vigilance."


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day of Lbe yeai ?"
James : (from experience) "The day
ycur father promises togive yuu a beating
afore you go to bed. '
Bat have you any expectations.onang
man ?"
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want to marry me, but I am going to give
yoar Lirl bthe rAt chaCoe"
Mr. Sharp: "If U ere wereowoemn,
the ar wmold have mota to n latgat."
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the mea woMlda't feel like laughing "
Meider : I sy isn't it etraamdl.prm
how much the Grmlesa know about the
Trimleys' s lenra?
Ped0 er: "Ex-raordinary? Why, Grim
ley bought Trimley's parrot.
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S.S. LESSONS FOR TEACHERS.


Heloul Npte fr Oa bt-e1t.ian. Thought.
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'-4MEWN VII, FIRST' QUARMtIR IdTER-
NATfIONAL SERIMS PUS. 12.

Wout o9 tbo Le"es..,e twosiv 44..
Memory Verses, 4"1-43eI4.a Teat,
UjhF V, 34-COMOt~tS17 Psepas.4
by Rev. D. IL Steaowna
4Qspy1^tt IG by' Amnei1d~ Pki Anm odatkos.
Two days H* abode In lamada &Wd
was ref raehd by seeing, many ;;,vef'I
Bil-x- ai "h Christ Atbe Savlocr ofkt.
world, a foreshadowing of. the tIe


when irom all nations His chureb
should be gathered (the age la which
we are now living), and of a later age,
beyond the present, when through Is-
rael all nation shall be won to Him, a
fulfillment of ihe word, "His own re-
teived H'iu o,t. but as many as re-
ceived H,iii them in e g ve tie i .;git
to beconw lie sons of 4;od (" Joulin 1i,
11, 12). '1 first two verses of this
lesson are little perplexing because
they seem to say that He went into
His own country, for a prophet hath
no honor In his own country. Yet the
third -verse says that Jhe 4alileans re-!
-ceived aim. har.ng seen all the things
thaW ie 4d4 at Jw usalei. Nazareth,-
whif lIe had been brought up, i4
called His own country (Luke iv, 16,
.23, I), and, though He went to Gall-
lee, IH did not at this timejo teNaa.N
reth, and these verses may signify
thatabough He went to Galilee, He
flid ibt go to Nazareth, because a
prophet hath no honor in his own coun-
try.
Some say that He did not immediate-
ly gDtuo ;.lilee from Jerusalem, but
delay= two days in Samaria to allow
time.ter those who witnesedis l-
acles at Jerusalem to return hoam a
prepare tae minds of the people fer a
favorable reception of Him We learn-
ed in our last lesson that He county
it His meat to do the wilW t Him that
sent Him, and in chapter v, 44, He
ays, ."How can ye believe which mr-
not the honor that cometh from God
only?" 8o these verses might Imply
that Be went into Galilee and later
even to Nazareth (as we know He did).
because He sought honor only from
(God and not from man, and came to do
the Fathers wul, wnttever it wight
be and wherever It might lead. -
If the nobleman (courtier, margin.
who igme tu tiHi at Cana oir behllf
of his son was Chmta, Herod's steward,
then Luke vil, 3, may be a sequel to
verse 53 of our lesson, for we there
read that Joanna. the wife of Chaua.
Herodfs steward, and Suvanna and
manyfethers ministered unW Him of
their substance. At Cana He had at
the marriage feast manifested forth
His glory and increased the faith of
His diedples (chapter 1i, 11), and here
that nAaele of making water into wine
a- 1a A.u I w.efor tfr it IeaenU fo


manytoday seek to set aside all the
supernatural, but the Bible is supernat-
ural or nothing. Jesus Is God or else
He is not good.
The boy for whom the father pleads
Is not only 1ll, but at the point of
death, as was also Jairus' daughter
(Mark v, 234, but nothing too hard
for our Lord. It matters not how f11
or what the disease, or even if the
person has died or been buried, the
same word that said, "Let there be.
light," can give light or life oi health
in a moment He says, "4ellevest
thou that I am able to do this?" And
then, 'According to your faith be It


unto you." The "wbimn eu_ talt t
Jesus to come down to. C-ap'm s and
beal his on not k wh is
actual presence w o e C
the healing, but bharitg afth t ht if
Jesns would only come to hIal Be elidm
hea.l him. Jesus gently tested hui,. for
He never tries any 6ne ab&e that they
arF able, but his faith seeum^nlny to
strengthen. and be grows moAr tin-
portunate. Then our Lord says: "Go
thy waty. thys aon liveth."
_ .-IA it t.-ne tdiffeant fm a lia'lnt


He had thought. It was in one sense
more than he expected, but there was
power in the word, and it grasped his
heart, and the glorious word Is written.
"The man believed the word that Jesus
had spoken unto him, and he went his
wmvy" (verse ,i.
'1 "e next d;ay as he v"aiis nearing
homlle t set-1' v ntq ilet hilu with the
joyful ne "Thy su livethb" uand on
inquiring when his boy began to mend
he learned that it was at the very hour
on the previous day when Jesus said,
"Thy son liveth." It must have thrill-
ed him with joy to hear from jis erv-
at the very words that' u Jm -1
said to him the day before. But what-
joy there was in that -lome wh ea thM
had left in such gloom the day before!-
And all through the love and power of
one who gave them life and breath and
all thlinga But up to this time they
had only heard of Him, but had not
known Ilim. Now they knew Him.
and believed in Him. Even the whole
household accepted Him as God their
Saviour.
One has said that in this miracle we
see Hisi oniulpwAece. in that He henled
the sick child His omnilpresence, in
T fthey- e-tesle ti b r-t tn distance ef
several miles; His omniscience. In that
Be knew that His word was effectual,
as the words testified. When the dis
elples were sent to bring the as' colt
and to prepare the pastover and to go
forth without purse or scrip, assured
that they would be cared for, they al-
ways found it just as He said. Every
promise and prophecy either has been
fulfilled or will yet be fulfilled exactly
as It is written. Blessed are all who
believe, for there shall be a fulfillment
of all things. tod them a m e book.
The Scripture cannot be broken. IN
sickness or any ovlier -iiction or trial
shall bring us to this firm faith in God
and In His word It wW l be a most
wtlesed e*perteM B.t- w y Mot--e-
Ileve without the affliction?

SUNDAY NOTES.

MISSIONARY OUTLOOK IN JAPAN.
Bkhop Montgomery, Seretary of the
S.P.G ay :-" I fmo not i stakes, the
euOtre of most Intense lVertt for us to
I190 wibe he JaipSt, aOd. a n 0 atural
eoneeqaenoeTVorea and Norat Ubvn%.
A appeal hasi reached as from: S hup


Awdry whtc h snaroeulaes wa.r ear own
omavlteas, at the pemtW tiMTwe a
wbhthwr the enmtt MitwI itaee min
not be bret aided by tiviop Japas the
best that the Okarebh he It give. Of
oae.u the best retfm tohe lrat tmetknee
to the quality nf the men and w'omea to
be sent out. Nothin q itelike the proes
eat position of affairs stems to have hap
-pued before i the hitoy -f the Chits -
tlan Churob. We have had to o, ere
thts, to eivitteed ra~es, but I ro not
think we have evr before hbe brought
face to f.oe In the world's history with
the position of Japan. Suddenly the
Itbou.ht of patronage, of eurioaitv, of
superiority on our part htu viaished and
we have to reIte all our tdeas. Here.


after we prom Jape. a we
-awe eedathel W teal ry a omI
ay for the work, the beat-tralnd and-
the mm s upathti matues. We also
med of e se, re ad Clea dr mes-
sage. The Misions of the Carek are
iavaluable to the life of the Church be
cause they are oeatinaally testing the
bel of at the Ch re. We eae tell
thetlogis whether their sw I has kept
Ums edge or loft it, wheth. what they
elai as true will win thea 41 or not.
The3 ospel i t f t Kew 1' -j.v-V is
au OSUMU ww Uu a n wUs .i wwasy,


we conquer m e WBIB h* rBIth
In the long ran, the oonverasion of the
Far East depends uop the inflaeee we
can concentrate on Japan to day.
THE GREAT WELSH REVIVAL.
Mr. W T. Stead has written a lengthy
description of a %i it to th, scenes of the
r, vival in W.le. He saye :-
I found Lhe flame of Welsh reliiioun
enthusiasm &e smoke!ess as its coal.
There are no advertisements, no brass
bands, no posters, no huge tents. All the
parTapbewa of the got-up j -b are con.
spe s by the absence. Nether is there
any mos ttos nor is there a director
-at last nome that is vliible to huma
40. aIn theerowded chapels they eves
*bp with I tramentp r music On
andmay i -ght no note tboed fromathe
rg pipes Tere was so nesd of In
Moments, tfor tI and around, and above,
1nd beneath surged the all-pervading
hrdll and throb of a maithlade pray
Sa and sagging as they prayed, The
te vast congregaiions were as sober
1y sane as orders, and at least as
reverent, as may congregation I ever saw
beneith the dome of St. Peal's. But it
.wa' a fiame with a paatooate reliioem
thbesia- the like of which I have
grter seen in St.Paul's.
There was absolutely nothing wild.
violent, hsterietA, n dless it be bysteri
eat f -r the labrinug breast to heave with
,bint that-. cannot be remprese:l and
Threat to hoke with emotional a
Nfse of the awfal horror and shame of a
wsted M f' suddenly buets *pon the
*al. On all i*der there was the so!em
4ia4he of ien and women pon whose
*ess have dawned the spleso r of a low
iep, the foretaste of whose gloies they
e enjoaigo the qickeued sense eo
m o i fel owship keea, glad seat
irhded to their owr lves.

aH WORKErH TOO.
tomidher bow the itawrow,"


- Ana m n e t asaer use.
Slabo, w of tM apirit smUl
toeate a world asew,


W~Ieh draws from. eivth her susemasn
.tmn Rwea bahr naheughtAgeld
Th ea madinandnd e W arth and lih,,
she. be"jali they I
And freely gives her sweet pewit..,
TO al vbo Pons t ,V"-q
46 0 toolls Or.% ubkw doth the apx,
hptaesf roem a&Ures u
W~son aba 9e ekvog took fed
banttal er bloom.


Iwtposve S4 me agm u r uteava,
She rsees fr the sod,
Yet keeps her ow ppoted e
A handiwork of
And not toe pure for earth; that Beav'a,
VKoh day her smaUinl face,
L -as dorn apon, and blesses her
With ad led ehar ani greew,
0 o-ir of the earth aaa sea,
aist eatn to do Godt's wi
ru work with Him in spilt ad truth,
A nd He thy life shal il
Thn no appointed task lie sets,
*'an beor meao or low
Th t he is working to wU1 be
aough for theetokas.


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Shall b eifu *apply;


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Tby hbo.r work of love ;,


*'The tl nto n eSOL her W40they apta,
in whom thew ttbAthpert,
Who h* eSA Lord I fi, help

rim "workablaIe yiveft," WbusIM,
*The WE) 4thdotM M
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