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Title: Jamaica times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: February 11, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Kingston (Jamaica)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Jamaica -- Kingston
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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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They give the Jamaica Teacher more and more to carry, but while his BUIDEN is made bigger the Limra LoA that
is bis salary is made no bigger. And every now and then the Hand with the IAnife that is known as "Payamet by,
itesults" eats off a slice of the Little Loaf.
"Cheer Up !" they say to him, Why are you fretting. You are not dead yett.~--See Editorial, page lI


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WATO MA Ee ean ti I l as aa eauert giveu l the GeorgePow Town a.1l ia
re._ ,I, ab...l BUm- al of he Balaisa A y mab's ladestrawR Home. W e .o ab.k Mr. Lt.
--oes'-- e for a aspy of the vmea which earry a tron u appeal.-Eo J.T.)
o .i O OJu hasa I o amn, Oh/ 0 Lamb of God I omew.'
e"a always be rOle at the Atdl ofr wweey theword. of the grand old hymn rolled fIth from the (Cbhpel roe the

eat i L 3 W Bren iena n, Ad e he of woa w h ithe e y and ing feet.
UI ..rA S AIT A N Oe Wf.s. eble~ thte tlee river the ttriver that ertly!
17, E A ST., Ba the 'estr toi ellKoenN waters many a brden of woe
W ed innings (oppodste Jamaiea Mueum.) Sue was, oh 1 so hngryMlooke so Iriendles, so forlorn,
A Photographs finiS tuhedi n. ll Her thin lumbs shook with cold 'asth ber ents shabby and worn ;
AD TO Pbotogrph athed a or gs she rned as she heard the maste, as the sweet refrain
p Apers on the latest style ertb We Rolied forth with greater vigour, she mttered agaiB nd again,
65, King Street, Kingston, 65. exenda hearty eloome to on to vs oome Come where there nowhere for e to go save the river.
oar straio, bwher fie examples of e Yet It sonds like snlethlag I knew or heard lg ago :"
otogrrph r t as I am, I eome,"-tbe words seemed to aet like a spell,
8Nlo.O nT0,rU Photographer's art are on e Koda And drew her on with a force and power, whither she could not tell.
work a specialty. Agency for H. C. She crossed the street, passedthe Chapel gates where the laps were shining
Dentist White & Co., Perfeo8-tereographo. d onggt,
Sa ,in mStret of t ''e give Green trading Stamps And crept to where from a door ajar came a red and fitful light.
am oing mnst of ry Dental "os vestr dor ,ewa e estry [n for oMq bya lad uho is late for tUhe choir,
operation wit pain. T ., And a the woman drew nearer, the light of a glwg fi e met her weary eyes.
Photographic Studio, Just for once, just once before I die.
31 EAST-QUEEN STREET, With having steps she entered and stopped, for on a table spread
W A few doors West of the Baptist Ch iel, With a line cloth, was a silver plate and a fair sizAd losf of bread,
DENTIST. East of Wildman Street. And a fl igin of crystal and silver, through which the rich red wine,
Portraits, Oabinets, Architectural Pho- Lit by a thousand gleanms from the fire, like jewels did sparkle and sihine.
"0. 70, EL.t Street, near East tography, Group, Copying, etc View- Sh had scarce seen food for days : at a crust in the gater thrown
QOee. Street. of the bland, General Finishing of Arna- Sbe bad knawed in her need as a hungry dog knaws at a mouldy bome.
teur's Work; Film and Plates developed She was fae ed and dazed, and with eagerhands she snatched at the loaf of bread
Phone 276.-Hour 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and printed in dulland ae finish. And ste Iaot acramb was left; then drank thewe sio red
Kodak work called Ir and delivered Fros oi of that sacred fSgoN, that fl seo eloausly kept.
Telephone No. S. Then, iero by the wine and the warmth, laid down by the fire and alept
SIYIof the Mayor & Councl,. hes l th i apel was over, the minister knelt to
Klnagton, 9th August. lIae who wewre not "Sin eoaexions weeded th way I
And the was t heir onmsa with lwe ebr
WonMeopathid, Osteopathio noon on the T ruda preeedg theI1 ,oee
-AND- fortt o l ILuB E,.-,,. .cannot.. Ae
beplAcsedbetore-the Oounl at suh E ei h
Hygienic Phyaeian. O"" *eaad plate of t e bread;
yThe Council meets on every alterM Anl k tot te sm m m to sy,
ate Monday-the 1Mth FebrMIy. be Bte iy turd with a smile nd as sual said,
lag the next Meeting day.
SQWOt. g w 'RIEla OGAT "Lea prayv-And thus he began
--- -' -- Clerk to oun. Oh Lord I Some w=ym and waertg child of Thia
IPECIALTIES ;-Stomach, Liver, 4 Parochial Board Otfie, Hath sten unblet Thy bread and wine;
Skn ad B d D e we 8t Ty there, p orts, who have oet
Skin and Blood Diseasee t.thriepanish Town, "To sup with Thee, lest we forget'
January 14th, 10t6. Thy life was given, Thy blood was shed
SEALED TENDERS in Dapliesate ane To SWe e iTland.ouun litg Itd
0 hereby invited b the Paroalobl Wi kneel Thee in silent prAyer,
Notlo l Bardof 8is Catheri aup to 12 o'990 Tht o that a bou s share
-_ lM(DO") on Tesday the I i4h brFary, "On asi mery Tho wouldkt betow,
Bvig severed my eonanetio with thel lO for the supply of .oodstuas. e., to "The ear wanted f t we most forio.
km o the Poorw omse; ad for esgi other "Oh I lt ~M_ sii les d*pa%
Par. o e~P btl Seore1, partiaarn of w which a t w ThTyself 6 a evey
Clarkx Greenough & wwll be fated by the Clerk of the "fn s u._, we
Soa... bnt app stilo to his at his oe i WtlatW uWe Nth wih .
beg to foitmy patatetaathep*a OpiTiSpaAnidown. A&n be Tl dew keep,
S 1thanl ia w befejoinasmy old Byrder,- *"ThTk Thee that thiws ew tp
............o I- n -To Thinae own hbese T loe 4db ld
DENTAL ROOMS, JACOB A. P. AMANDRADB. l d provide, heo re..Us.
SClerk Paroehidal Bad. oOh I Lord we humbly 1s
0o. 38 North St. W i1An A Ctte? seov
*. hamt IAn Atit cOutter ? W o t..
Fm MD APrIL, 1,0fM. MBMeMM- **O- ftIyBW
r.. K GR NOUGH, D.D.8. Y= 60e r8"f lethrdmhe kaW% Dov3aw el ad eo rose*
-m An C o r ttr y where the woman had sought repo
2Sc nnmt st, a Pby Per mb," Ail iM, yeaore metm as young a"d m aybe were omoe a fair
U..*. Tan. w a. a a 4 t he 1s.. raseT ao*s *.. ...
rneiMa rk me a And drew her y from the Ae that was soretamg hr fhe and sloshes;
FOR A s lai ot a.. *".w'- e andyoue me, and I took the wine and brad."
Pla es. Uore the tnhat, I -e def as. amC Ome, Gem ,',. eled me saainund aga4.in
i s ebane the external beauty of the w to a rivr., ael this war pain


.. "Whe there' ever a kindly wele toa he afua that' goe aray.,
SalnsseNOTICE. -ad ~ ad et I t-hed tloo" t h at arsam wondered o m ~ of dte way."
ST. I e The stolee was breaking; the Deaen went tbask and told what the woman had said,
8et o* in euIene- request ow B te hyn they wereelgalag had eatlld he to be sheltered adi warmed and fed;
8 fee yn8. X t' that all Letters, ete .,mteed ow eai her sleephe was ttestgJaM as l e, I come."'
u 1u-frm or for nd how be ad tbid er bide for a bit where she was safe adwr wam.
-awrra- for me or for my Firm, should Tho* ay present were wpig, tbe Miister bid the. raise
be addreosA8 l asm U eFor thes el thts saved from death, a erlent hymn of praise a
SUITABLE HINGES. n ** ** ar her say won -
Save thanks for that silent Commanion, for they telt they tad been witht Gi .-
,Apply at olM. I U UUtU g tf e street that l.ads the river, so dreary, so dark of yor~,
-T ,-- I- + ."taunds a hoaue ttnpretentious but bright; anad over the open door,
VRLEY, ROBINON & 00. e Hope ,Lvy & Co.,> lNtra that oy thro'C the drke,t night, is the tnvitau n, n Coee !"
26,.. O Por O .. K ng--. A-" many a nigh despairing one has been drawn to tha, sheltering home,
G, Ptort Royal St., Kingstonh. here the weary are lovingly tended, the hungry are bountitully fed
K~inston Mils. RCHAS. DaCORDOVA. B fa wunman who once in her desperate need, snatched the Uo aaun W ra.










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e~n.juiuts aI jfuotin *nXth and lt.o 5 t-
NEWS AND SUGGESTIONS ABOUT CULTIVATION. inche didamet r It i very dprolle TY O a bylo a air of
sad makes an excellent substitute for the eL Braess Spr der., write or call
Questions men in for this column are submitted to a Practical Agriculturist, well-know Vegetable-wuarrow, which It on na. We eam serve you a perhaps as
much reoembles when prepared for the other hose mea t66 line. We cArr
AGBICULTUBAJ NO ES at the Botanic Stations and the students table in Its immature state. When all the popular sad reliable kinds.
AG CULTUALNOTES. at the Agricultural Schools receive a lipe the fruits 'tarn to dark reddish- i S i
(- -- sound traln'ng in bee manage.enat. J. brown tint. It is consideed an aseuqalsl. ThS u i .
(raoM THE J. A. 8. ROT.) malca still hols the lead its the prodoe. tion to our lit of table vegetableM. Is still a leader. Only T te IUGRIAL A
Shows ar-anged for are Brown's Town tion of honey and Pax. Toe exports In When the gourds are young and tender GENUIMZ stocked by us. IV per pair.
9.h February, 1905, Mootpeier, 25rd recent years from this Wland have rea d not more than'6 inches long, ocok like
March; Absve Books, 30tbh- Marc. a total value of V1,000. The pamphlet "arrow. It is then adeicio egetable. AT b "Sb4-uMif"M
The number of the Journal issued to on Bee Keeping in the West Indies,' something like Asparasus. Another ine brace, made oa the sa
members is 500, to branch members 2, (No. 9) continues to be supplied by the beeds of tfor his vetable ow vao. pri pe f the Plesidet. Speal pir.
500, to exchangers, advertisers and com- Agents of the Imperial Department of bDirector ofee Pubic reon. pp to the vale. I/ pair.
pientary 140, 100 kept on hsad,=3.. Agriculture. D ie tors K oiOn e Gardeas, ope -Gar T e Uas
The local instructo:s are: Mr. R. L. A VEGEFABLE BUITER. Is worthy of the Postmaster. It is
Youn;, St. Ann, 8100 a year for one a Preserves and elf adjusting and hard to beat at If
day's service each week. Mr. J. T. A product closely resembling dairy Jamaicaper pair.
Palache Manchester, 100 for debt. Mr butter is being manufactured in rion Com any LTiti. Postage Sd extra on each air.
J. inrst, Upper Clarendon ani Upper I arts of the world from the meat of the 4Osp W V, L'.M
Antt rer Trelaw yw two a a twh made the t.imort diM. C. W. Mc DY hTed toV
Lwar Trelawa 425 a yeir, two 2cierce has made the important di.- JIM. C. W. MCRARDY ha4 oeased to o d I


days a uuuth, All give more twme than -overy that its a eat, when dried and be secretary and Manager of this
is stipulated, and their travelling ex dressedd, furnishes a whitish substance Company. ;Mr. C. S. CHAMBERLAIN
penses are exceedingly heavy. .vhich solidifes at 20 deg. C., but ab.ve is Secretary an. Manager in his place.
his temperature runs into a yellow and A. E. WIGGAN, Attorney.
THE JAMAlf 1L BAN \NA. ranslucid oil. TI e various commercial 68. Port Roal Street.
-- .rades of the ol are obtained by pressing 68. Port Ro1al Street.
Dealing with Bananas in Hawaii &Dn -first cold, then warm-the palp ex let Eeb., 195.
authority says : trict d from th' nut which has been B Aoi
Jamaica VI'r(icty.-Introduced [into previously divested of its shell. Jamaica Beekeeper, Associatlon.
Hawaii] early in 19P3, by Mr. Philip Till recentlyy tbi' oil hba had no other --
Pe k. of Hilo, and aeuin by the Board ladustrial use than furnlih1ag the fats for R. C. W. McHARDY has ceased to
of Agriculture and Forestry at the elo-e soap or oil from the lubrication of machi. .1J be Secretary of this Association.
of the same year, It has received many unry, the better sorts being employed in The Directors will shortly meet to con-
names from the places where it has b en the preparation of textiles. asr ahat they shall do as to appointing
grown, It is the chief banana of the .A German chemist of rinleaDr, a sieeseor.
Amerian trade ; excellent for shipping, Heaner, proposes to buy up all thn eoeoa
fiae in Vance, of fair fli rour, with nut oils and to transform tlto a 0
fruits we placed on the branch for con uaeeulent, savory, Inodo odt TO
venlent handling The plants are large. which is soluble in either amti TOs ai.. .
This aAis be Anaa for the mtioun. neItimeln t to this s -plin I.nOesteQaesr.. .pa.e I*.
-T 7 noise hius Iteatlo no V .la emem e ported Italians and Hol land Motker
THE AGR[ JULTURAL vee-table butter." at 90s~ per dosen. He a frame,
CONFERENCE. Of all thfe vel able oils, that extracted smokers, boards, Bala.m'ekalves,
from tle coesanut Is the woe of which the wiring ane i homers, A fountanlas
SOME POIWrs. cop tt sae more nea-ly to ete. Appry B A. Kirkham, Sav.-la Mar.
Deol Ung preedings at thele o.the brecn 8 butter med fro* UI .
feethe ulle of Sir Danil Morris' Lke true litter, It contains seven per r
the--- "M oef sir Di*a-l cent of soluble ad.ds, a o Hooper Brothers,
Department gives the following taforma- toonA in such considerable proportion In
ti 'n:- any other fat. Tbese ware b ut'ye-I"d, Oldest and only Reliable Firm in the
IMPROVEMENT OF STOCK -This s a caprice or dee)lie acid, which give to oar West ladies for
subject that for a long period has received (able butter its pleasant aroma and a
careful attention at Jamaica and Trini- very pronounced taste of tke h z lnut. BEES, QUEENS, and
dad, It is now being general recognized Moreover coca3 bi ter contains from
asan essential feature in the agriealtural 5 to 3t tines lI s water than true but -
development of the West Indtes. At ter. It will keep it 15 or 20 days with- SU-. I
British Galana the Board of Agridultue out showing any aci4 reaction, sad fi om Box 141, Kin on, Ja.
his made an emelleat. start in this dir-. this fact seems to tffer a real superiority P.O. tox 11 Kn on.
e:tioa. The _took farm at Antigus is in over animal batter f.,r use In the prepara- Remacvd to 115 Water Lane; corner of
S oure of bel*S-e-etasd and improved. tons of dry pastry, biscuits, and sueh Temple Lane.
enable e been expended like.
daring the last i years by the Imperial| The process advocated by Dr. enner FOR SALE,
Department o Agrieltare ia the par oa!sts simply In re'eving these oils of I
shase of paw" animals for tUl* their fitty, vlatLe and odorous ae d, as No. 28 Joihn's Lane
Sprpose of g local breeds in well as of their other aromatic principle, v
S the smaller dsi Already there i- ey means of alcohol and bone biack, mall Hoase with Shopn ttac.hd. NIeo.
a distinct Improvement noticeable in After this treatment the prLduct ob .
some loo" cities, especially in small stock talned has the appearance of s bhitish sry outbuildings. Apply H. W. Smith
such as sheep, oats, rabbits, and reisa of the comaisteny of ordinary bat care of Jamaica rimes.
poultry. Dominica has taken up the t.r,. possessntg a sweet savor ; it mel!s
veenat of poni:s, and a small stock A s-Wl and shows time f yilwiq p-. ,..--- ---
5farm t attah to the Arl.aral op ent parts:
School. At 8 V.ceat a Hereford ball V*tty m tter... ... ...... ,S99 per cent.
has proved very usefal. At Barbados two Miner sl matter ...... ... 0,011 per cant.
td goats, one preseated by- Sareaess er......... .. ... ... .F r V -t.
SBerett-Coutts, were introduced two From the standpoint of hyate e it
yon op. oTe pr of these obtained a bhe wel to reameube that butter o v *
iR bl' &&.t.h As.icultarW Mow on mn frm Milk eccapaes the it K. .l I 11 I4
ist last. raak moag substa tee mw h we mosV t t L
to IDJ o l u i z-This is a su bi 6t-vmb to. the fttu et alme.os
4*. evaedames to reolve attaetie flt of the wOet rm ts, hUe ,.a ,,.
eas eeJaaalitle b aettr oasn the *rtways to b
"W" fmade I tn tl produetio s of tl. da for th e S l !
am.e is an .i.n i N retiring
U m ana oometial scale. At LB.-l i for^ r 9t) Apt_-,m l rin g
IE. stand St. Kitt'sand, I be p of bacteria. In this remp st,
^t e is gr- e l "a e. ,eer.imeats wd upe.
i ega se t for locs Qoal ~. It lw. i e utaaees have g l da D
his k abimmatad that the rri a re whch doot *data of -bt sftc -al Ic i


40mpow" esS OWA 4" t a 't m bt be eIs the huettantbosetc.
sm"to udhinssa h to 0 oultiva. wuly, "l~flsmts am" ow artikieul
sum ad whgAedbobam e. Of WeoWASof bm". m earis
.0 exUP 4 t4Ostw ospialof Viumos,.
&a~s of hID cloth was d 14t ydL*Mye OM xperlumets In
1W %t Dobrd of Agriculture.TinmeAe *0 h*t0_44os"taof.1Sw1a'i .
aftf Mlof Intert. It is, believed that a Whas bees dome Intoe Wayof
1. fwrapper for cm*-qn n 1p "hettd coz tb t-r 1vM 2 ai
maicahitherto ., 4 tat at preset It Is on
tualeaouy from America.& Mt. J. Sookbamsem's, Kigston.
Bu KaaiING.-T~mhm hsbeenmadin. MELO-COITON.
t tolIa athis ndusty of late years.
kp~t." bears cgalalYkept tohand r .pw rayd~bbi.' .C"ooe' A


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hooolate for al O usM
THE ROSE BRAND.
It is the parent and best In the market
Hundreds of peurn 'peak hia!ly of its
parity and flavour. Sold at lid. aid d.
per pa1k Spocal ni s to whelmisl
estomers. E TI VUGG. manafae.
tarer, No. 1, Great G-or.e Street, Allmsa
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CAage a OmaN cMia to a co pany of
oldiem.
Change atiela of W%& *ppaft
b part of a tlutda
CNefta period of time to aarticie

Change to exist to a badse *servt-
Iode.
C~aW a.kind of wave to a aclepe.
Chae sviowlcsl note to a boat.
Change a girls name to an aid to
-- Tmyer.
Change an animal to an East Indian

Cbange to strike to skins ot animals.
Change dispatched to a watchman.
No. I87.-Preldeuatial Amagrms.
1. Ash win tong. 2. Clin Ion. 8. An
rg. 4 Sore let vo 5 My eel Ink.
Ko. as.-Syeo*pattios.
Syncopate to ftiee from dirt and have
S tribe or collection of families.
t Bynopate low, wet ground and have
btore into a seft mass.
8ynqppate a slender tWread or thread-
like f s tance and have a flame.

ffe es the ecottae Must across the -;
S*Ntadf aloae ~pW the little -
ber He- a brIde who is well and
hair Is --. --r beaposlUtion's -.
hustia salt. "Ahe *nrry fls the
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G. An ea tme Industry for women. 4.
Assoclatso In atny business or occupa-
e. Beer. eards. Dhposd to
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3 OWom -trile irmptosr overore .
aOt w* Jam seo bad for health;
To t one who solvm the mst pa ls evi week Am, Mango will award N ***Meo nalsem eAe 4r,
sook a. a Prims. ..uan ceding is yr aeswere eq wacnh book t1 At 04,hic *h-*-oeqt ,. to t.
twe ed of t quartAr Anst M Wa#o will (66 af't of boo to dUe olar w W ich -en nde tber o;J
iam lWe, oAt deaUS &jh wchm thee m th. AC t w'u be do"0 07 24ot -elde or quliste ill
Your should d ta0v ^B&( ^ L5 ^ he *oreen k ept 6 getting 11.
qaSrter. Yoer aw~arn aboene reh or 0 e a ar "ollowI 'hd pubHe- The *"rl state he e*nd~6 a queer
tio of the pnls e l**Ioed to leave at the ean of the year.
A new lot of Book", for Prises, have been ordered. The lst will be printed Xo. 84,o-wer. est.
litts a the books rrive. Find kindred iu a flagrant substance.
Find close In amicable.

Key to tne Pumssle.
PICTORIAL PU771 F No. 859.--teversals:'Draver, rewaus.
Reviled. deliver. Reed, deer. Dray.
yad. Rood, door.
-o. 3M0.-itustrated Rebumet L Ofe
extreme follows another. 2. Nothing
SInew unter the sun.
No. 361.--('harade: Sat-u-rate.
No. 8t,'.--'arpenter's Tools: Setews.
Calipers. Gilet. Vise.
No. 363.--Changed Heads: Ulysses
S. Grant. Andrew Jackson. 1. Us, as.
2. Low, now 3. Year, dear. 4. Said,
raid. 5. Sit. eat. 6. Ear, war. 7.
Sack, Jack. 8. Sir. air. 9. Gap, cap.
10. Rid, kid. 11. Aerial, serial. 12
Nat, oat. 13. Took, nook.
No. 364.-Arithmetical Puzzle: C-hart.
V-ague. V-ice.
No. 65.-Word Squares: 1L-Bare,
-Amen. Rend. Ends. 2.--Sag. Are.-

No 66.--Metagram: Pest, met, teat,
oeks st. jest, best.
No. 367.-Disguised Celebrities: L
F Paraday. 2. Cobden. 3. Ruskin. 4.
SWordsworth. 5. Marryat
SNo. 368.-Nations: Nomatiflon Fan-
S cinatlon. Termination. Procrastina-








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"Too mwet be good while the min-
IftMW is he'a"
It a do, Ten I beb4 the rest of the
week V--Ban Francico Examiner
A Peaovmsst,
"But, father," said the young man,
rn, sure I can make my way in the i
"0oln' to apply for the job, Jimmiel" world. Even if you do not assist me, I
"I did, but they.don't want no boy; have conchueded to write poetry."I I
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White. Black Dr. Emil Laker, uhas bd the ebaRl. E B ,-K3
Kt to Q I Any moe pionship of the world for a 3 6-Kt-K4 Kt-Qeh
Mates accordingly an:- d does not feel 9! !1. kit Br--, 3(b) A-Kt3ch A
Correct SolON rom Leo (' Dode taking u a challe -and as 39-P-R5 PXB3 I
sow" i euaveyrne Blck i eritlover ii inih 4e -PxP P-Kt4eh r .. ...
choked anp m arered. The pt accepting the challenge 4-KtxP PxK teh
move lnstead of allowing the Kig from R This match however is 42-K-R3 K-Kt2
bde le haa boIth um aiL,.nlod bto blAne s bt some time A either Basil*. h-av ad now oAr
the Kingald go to h mae P It will. be interesting to leara'what the (A) Th move'linew, sftft4 p re 1 t o refor-a
-n, t iesi four variations but t e), Di etor has to say further on the matter member. in seriot gam .. It emanated .. --
Qaeeu Pawn (" Easily done") H. G. from the fertile' brain of Mr. Leb ardt, a
W. and B. M. (a syumetrical little prob Refernitz to the very searching tesr It White does not take the Pawn then -tt tekr kd i i
lem when key move is made ) his Gambit was put to at the Criterion Black can tmbaak on the compromised lo f the chai.
-- TournmBent in Londor, Professor RWce defense with a move a head. met frosn the sn+0wat-a
Solution of Problem No. 97. lays : (b) If A. Kt x Kt, P x Kt ; 9. Q x P, made to stand 01 K aln
White Black "Considerel from an arithmetical Q-B 3 ; 10. P-K 5, Q K Kt3. etc,, White's not SWELL a le raltbed
B to K B3 Any mole. point of view, it was undoubtedly a vie sacrificeseema quites,)ud ritenal cai e ; no difs. Cln I ttlebd
Mates accordingly. to!y for r h- (anbit, because out of (c) White's ingenuity is hereby well "losider'n their durability Sn7fih
eighty Fl L.e+. P1 iok only won thirty-Fix, countered. If 11". Q x R, Kt K 2, and
Correcty so'v-d by Leo fit i. plainly t k i e' t n ehe i-Q e at- :-Local 8-.ape 7d '
seen In I his problem that any move n rehi e n iiirtyrthree a"d drew me ihi. V eana 106, Rorinei Shape
B~een i this problem that ay move Bla~k ~eleveo, inasmuch as the games drawn !re If, on the other hand, White plays 10 m0erl-n. l Vian 10, Roon Shape
make except P to K B5 gives him mate d a testimonyto tbe soundness of B Kt 5 Black. of course could not take )three sizea) 1/. 1/1j and 1/3, respectively.
It therefore surgerts a stop of the ad- ts good a testimony to the soundness of B Kt 5 Black. of course could not take
It if P whiefore e l seentop of the d the Gambit as the games won. But the Bishop, but the allis were prepare. e
V i lately owe ut be W r 0 -&=


veyaby that one lost game if t had shown adoi Pl ws the Qu
PBerwG J__ .... t1, h. & 13E9 hmI -
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BLACK (6 Pees.) 17th WB Kt 1I h A a lei d

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rnrSept should l e 46-KIN(i STREET-4L.
m-- -- g Gig"of iis move"es kt to Wotf CAok. throi.fmeter Makers
i i i ...ae been M< considered la any of the-arty -WlWSft.til-.i Jeo.nl.. etc
gases played on the Jaenood Un r ~.
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interest the touramest The Leadl Place for repairing
B HU^has adm~l ^ded1 interest and Mt ftike watnesm
| w,_i-- ---. which K l given to our CChroometers, Bar.

S(7Ple COxSUi.TATION GAMES Is LONDOs. rl
Wel OW Us to moves. NOTES AND COxlMMEr ?
Solidesm 't isi. are Invited, By Al "e3
I 1a 9 prutty little tIIAbDOR JGBII(XW .t u -

Te eseen wh r e Ste GKold ad Silver JeweIlry
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eantributed thromh me to your conteo .. Thiso gi i "br e tc 8, at c .i
pasuy by the brilliant young Ame-lcau to tha ,- t -'&Pr t latmtet to country orden
tePiee. Xr. H. W. Barry. of Boston. _e &W e r nr gu1 ante e.
tok the opa t of tnforming Mr- .ch ve victory. Black, 's 0. C. MASSEY, Manager.
.elilent plumns, and I r minded m.Wo W "
,ims that, whilst Chaes players i geneal thb 70 38 s mat hould have worn


that It WM not altogether belyoad thb' -n o t E s
taJ s of posibulity for a Chess dior to Blackbu~e. Lawrence. embraces a -tr doahttl qeUtion A
oome vietim of te Green eyed aon White. Black. W wITWfl hw will T 0uf .mae teFr f hi
ster. This htnt at once br ought from 1-.-P-K4 P-K4 setemirnlmd eoatiot ; but there Is o o doub
Mr. Barry the enclosed neat littlecooeep 8-Kt-KB3 Kt-QB3 whatever that
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SNEXT WI2 .
It is some little time siace we bhad (th
pleasure of inserting an article from the
pen of our v&laed contributor "** Omati
m." Our readerm will weleme the ai*
nonuoement that a artule by ht will
appear in oar oext week'siee.
la thi he will support as ia$rrew with
a St. COaherfte OMfsial as de wih fa
variety of Interesti at*er.
Bandmann Opera Company.,
Halifax, N., Jan- 7-That the
sandmann Orers Companyare prime
taveritea in Halifax was eideaed by the
S rOWdal welcome svi e to ham mon
r -re appeared after a twelve
-_wIlst baedUNot the Ast.atu of Mmi
tIsat 0nb. The theatre was fled from


Spui o gauery ana te saudenOe, wbleh
was the most fashionable one of the
s**ao, was quite entbusia-tie in its
welcome wo the old favorite", and appa-
rendy vry appreciative of the new
members of Mr. Paaddxann's Company.

Sir David Palmer Ross.
Sir David Palmer Ross, Kt., G.M.G.,
NM D of British Guiaja, Sargeon General
-to who died on the 30th May last, on the
Kitty oft Demerara, aS e 0, left penoal
estate n ungland maled at 4aM Pro
bate of h w1 l otf Ae St at 1046,
so. ist been sealed L oa te l. o
of Mr. Joeeph Edwa f d M x.
George -William Mart0 eh of the
Coloial Be k Brtsh GuiaSn& The t ee-
Ater Mhi s and em
toohise sasse.James, hithbrAa"
Herbert ad the Tresdue of has tate
together w v the fudof d o s marriage
ettlemMint itu forts daughter Mets
Mary Ruth Lade Smith, as a life ier.
eat with remainder to her children.
Death at 9t.
Last month died Mrs. Ostherine Lalor,
widow of Mr. Patrick Labor, of Hyde
Park, Manchester. 8be paned away at
the advanced age of 91. Just prior to
death be was t Ioreratllj A tro,
with good sight and perfect Intelet, and
was qte a n te teretin peran to a
werM with o b-m-e-ays. She wasa
usef member o iet, ad& fhal be.
greatly mend for herab l e. She wv
mueh inte dto reigtons, havig givre
the lnd p which the Prebytria
Church of edb III toeOe and of
whIh she Was mreseted member.
She leSav five eIi many 'grsnd
Schidre ad a lage number of friend to
mourn her le; .


This gentlemasn ow e roe for ouar
i.lan4 isamma of 64 prs. B e sosoof
Smuel Morley the. -llitbvre phili-
throptst; as member for East NIo
he was Postmater uenerl aad for years
sbief IAberal Whp. He was defeated in
1896 s andretitd frst pablie lie luntll
the opemau of o eal fight of 10N, recall
ed blto t he arms.
Tas ZAUL or D1UNDOUALD who is
also oe rn te for Jameles, was recent
to eemmand of the VIuateer Forees
it Omands. a poet he vaasted to coae.
queues of the row that followed hi
i terfertag it loesft) poies and erii-
doing the Goverment. The title is a
Sooteh one and datsm beek to 188. The
fail nme is Coehr The present
arlbora I8 ssesedel in|ll88. He is
a nood soldier, amd a esvalry leader did
pod "mrviem tn sen) Aflies wbert-be
wasthe frst to enter Lady Smith. He


to as ndiserete as he is brave, lanerit
ins both qualities frum his listluga'bed
ancestor who was one of the ablest adami-
rals of his day.
Passengers cn a visit 'o the West
Indies on the Atrato whieb left South-
ampton on Wednesday last tnclud.-
The Duke ot Montrose, the Right
Hon. Lord Biddulph. and La'iy Elizabftl,
Cochrane, Lady Wolselly, Hon. EKwarn
Bateson, Capt. F. St. G. rywhitt, Mis-
Bax-Ironside, Uol. Walker.
The Duke is one of Scotland's 8 Dukes,
lamds a Peer of theU. R. The Duke '
a dates ek to 1707 and the family
-me Gis ham. The present boldenr
of the Mtlewmbor, ni 185 and needed a
to the Daedms tolU4, at. heirbto the
ri oft March. ,He ti. a rla. .
eads that, sitao theHoBeeeof Lords.

That Penny
The peansy chare at our Klastu,
always 8tatlofmf peraueiote to go oa to
the pldanfor, hka often b ee- pla- d
agap t, ad several persoe wbh hamv
beM abroad have amerted it is ti-es
unknewnIn Egand~ or America. May
be, but the old country to catching on to
it, for we read in an exchange that
"a pInny ticket must be bought by all
on-travellers-. wibin to enter tbe new
NMorth.Kastern station at Hull. It is
hoped to exclude pro-ouadws 6y this
1sm ofL


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ISth lnat. at 8 p.. when Mr. F. Oa.
dali wl red a s r ngravie
as a Pine At" will be iliastratqd
by means of the m e later.


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SW. Campbell, drug and groctry, bpanish TowtI 'View of the Evidenres of Christianity," first number comes out this month and
EduLtonal Supply Co., sttioner, 16 King St. Prudencia Bravo, 26 King St. (May t )the three hundredth anniver this begins with a serial, The Prince in
V. Names, druggist and grocer, EastQen S of t of rir Thomas Browne i the Garret," by Archibald Clavering
Hylton's rue re, arbour S (next to oloal Bank) (OO, 9e a ft they will celebrate Gunter, author of a Mr. rney. of Noow
Dunn New Storepwi-, whis &c., 89 Orange Sa o tab As Yo k el ay heinot Ye stt dede be
S. D s rl & gre o *Te Sp t. ret th of Alexis them.York," and hore Ethel
t J. we gu 1r T bar&werro ree rethe. Then, after Mer t a pau, the dge added, t
















i { | p.4 d,-. r 16%Jl A1 There IB _n_ thing to --ibc.r. gen.
e3.2a oa r 155. |t. oemf.. Th priAoner wa ther and h
.S. ;L v.i, lL U. Hudon, Buf n of fithe LiAf of Abrabam Lincol n.a Bddes








-8 fAan pad@1 s^M g Levy, Blak -ier in.s"s
68.owwwt & Viltea homer~. Z5 -b. si ftliilasmitand AmotIIW9O1U3Ub3 -d frop the StOrim 90e -e1tm, m$11 -Of -1 Wcbhar
Gibes 9041. Bt A AL YC CP-Lay) Dan. illusttateds twe DeWit puine has oYOl.
Xv. Hem" Norto& Sav -ar. U. b a1Oledo o M A^ of oddwUM .
j*, Y,4 eI9auta Orus. J. 0. Bryst, BSpOWi Town. et..te "7--E~rt of lapow Halow are pdnteaL and at the bottom
Now 9 The o ffititraw tae xcUkn-
sm rockier of these lands will giv Re d Tr dil The Ne -k remarks e- To e tkO Kingston faTimel
Lor every QbI.# by thealal aoi9 ft P.lsonees Advant.
by C.& alr rat k berever In any town or VOW Thp had
Stre yor2y pac kages and retu, them to the i negro quarter may be. Tea ar The mn up for admitted
1Red Trading Stamp for every (3) Three Empty Needle Point stoies 1 the nq~ro quarter sometimes his guilt when apprehended. but at the
Cigarette Boxes. Bend to us In the South.. Kntucky, or Vil lniav trial his youthful counsel def. ided him
The Best Value at the Red Trading Stamp Exchange, 41, King Street sometimes in New York. Just in pro with great obstinacy and necessary brfl.
Por"o as the stories Ziiek to the n ro ian"
-- .-."' .-, iand the mepro quartr they m "d{ienen,' sid tRh0u6a,- reid
the rne ean de. that the pogrom in "The pr-sonr says he in guilty." His con
> f3 them am rtid egt m The it story gel saysyhs is not- You must deeldebe.
s '"The so Poo; reletibg bow. & sween them."
Sangre brIIV l otMh3J h Yt~5i t ei 411 Then, after a pause, the judge added,
,,,., loyal mem M1 o m a'the 0 There is on thing to remember. goa.

.sda.i ie as 4= e b .y .4 wde. One -atKime, c at holok" w
in New York City) anmothIe story. We Invite You.
z a chgsf k.uton1* .t Jua e i_ come Into do Hylton's Time
k ven e PitraI Photo% .md


Go 'I5 t a & -smi tt on

I~ mhl~~r~a1.OHAIL&0


Gtot hasbeur, Bt -s. lip-nd

FR SALE.-propeftlemin Cof*j k. 24
hwerbmad Qountri rangin In pus
1:9m 50 to es. BOIM ~ tgS e

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Marble Work and Painting Usteabila
mm 4 weaimL Wmd~..mTavu% twI


of KngStret.)
Tombs and I M nordais
eag e. Sifne a -.d-,jtait
see" ...


0 low
smoked
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4 't -g At the same place ye BfiDd teTwt
0e e G Bookas of all kind*, Stationery,
the aory 1k'I eW ameO, Teasi, arsquets Crtcket
t r ooh sae., etc.


r to say-tha t e 4i of 4heM ^ A Book on the West Indies.
Sed r titey. It boea no -"
aeahri*hto the real fwaft to a horrible We do not remember before hbrang of
I emeptiaWm Al*k atabe r followla volWIe. It was written
rlaare gh mtorite andl that tAe by Wis, a N.S. aaval ofeer who lived
iialngreo mi rrored in the l A*mad was thas entitled I-eapral
Brand of the Centipede : .a rate-of
R~gl5stt Of Voerit. Eminence in the West l=dte. BHi Lovee,
S l"t .a d tplolts, Lndoue 1800, (ilso Nei4.
Courts for the settleAset of the York, le4.) Ibe puiblshes we have
ir oLVAw. will ha bal& *t.
* Spanlsh Town, Marok .- -
lTilm l t &t.JaM akme P l I THROATLETS,
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Aniepti, Stuatn"g and Exp ter. .


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SOME TAMnANO
ANGOALICA4.
e7 *-* 7 I -
The Veaerablo Arobdeaso 0*D*wat
gmd..Ld from Blishop's Qeliage. M
stem, Iso 1am,.: outiued domeqtaW Uo,1
d priest in 1961. He ws esura-t at
Stewrtf Towt, Treawnr. 8C, Aan lD
8W. aid ftrnm- Itet 1683 wsin sapsWa
sth )!. LFsr e next ten yePr hab
t Gabries MCsia*dq a lo 14 l bei
aMe to K~bgton as leatS and a lt
his prut pst. Under his direode i
P.uiss Charch has beean
lared. He beao e at t Co
in 1880, and Archdeaon la 1886. t
Arobdeoon despite advancing yes b
till tremendoaa worker and we should
imatau there re few hours of the dak
when the Pariah Ohareh i out of kui
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VitNBABsL ARCHlDSACON UAVIS,-
Oharles |enderson Davia A.K.C. sa
ordained in 1870, and took priest's orders
in the next yar. He bees re Oor att
Golden Grove, Ma a corr"epoodeot of the
JAMAICA TIMES recently pointed out,
Oad in 1871 was made R-ctor ofGreen
Island where he worked ten years. In
1881jL. went to Laoea sad remained
there till 1895 where he went to Stv la
Mar, his present station. He wasmade
Arohdeacon in 1809. A man of fiae
presence, the Archdeacon t rightly so
counted one of the most impressive
preachers in his section of the Church.
The Rev. Farrar. M.A., B D., the pre
sent Acting Warden of the College anu
Acting Rector of St. Mattheus, K np.
ston, i one of the mo;t attractis e pers)ji-


Is bwmmalhse er. A








IN AMCA oft As



a" m beJamofs
lama"&U a3.


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harft w ealdhes1V e
wl IO WL"k." eialiv ww dbmso
;on& te., #AddoeiegueeI. hecoz%
laid cnma 0syU~ n oe aeet4c; mi7thevi
choies of an Awmistat Bishop The fol.
xalowim w. Ni. -pVol=44
,mre witkhb ummesymddpe


ui ha made --- rniny i -ed.~ iw- s
reme, andsa u sade asy m riaye ly t theneomtry pans of er land, w
,datrershere. oeed oonstanly to gird up the lonias
-u -- a td, to bre'e up oer thtldak
N. B.--Or portraits are from the power-the laner eese, aad the atMtile
,*r recent photos obtain.ble ; bat to toward outside objeefts m h resOlt from
ime oeas these ar several year old, it, Oar work must mot be hampered by
the ifrhOmeMne toMetal to all l e-
Synod opened on Monday when te Teligioos and swelal-t4 aIn bint li
I theade he Arehbbbtkammi Jamatea. Whatk b to do. tirely,
I a tislsh N own for itvito thie s to try to keep the viioa of God very
Cathedral. There was some oriticlsa of clear: sad that does not mean that we
this arrangement o. the part of the are only to eoafes before men the power
.nutry elery as is made it imaposble the love, of oar blessed Incarnate Lord;
for m y of th to att end we are to so assimilate it to our live that
The procession passed from the Beook- the fruits of our pastoral work may be
ord sad Smith's Schoolroom to the d anlested M daily life ofour o
cathedral. It included member of te They are to be our tle writteat
eaders of the denomination, thue the hear known aniread to all men."
\rchbtihop, anon Kilburn Har In the afternoon of this d there wai
Anstin ad MacDoarmot. the Roey. W. | a gathering at the Churh olexge which


esn, M.A..7C". V. Fraaer, ,7;U. ha
E. A. Psgt, A. (P. $my" EL w.n

THEK.16SIONARY MEETIN(T
Ut night St. Georete' Schoolroom was
crowded for the AMissionary lMeeting.
'Ibe A.ebbi&bb,,v was not able to tbe
piesseat, bu.t ujele was a strong and
ie5.desentative pIlstformu. Archdeacon
D~owner (whobe portrait we present in to
4aj: isasusj pg eIOWCIL
Th firtfS5owatioOf 9@ thketo 4he



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be sat hala soned hmbarrican.
&3d frost. Hurricae ha the Bawmaa
-walk@ and frostI- k -- -----ta
1The-flUv-. RobnoU n W&IAs another
who, 408*0thedhOW a~of bIt



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SP.~~I~S4 hr ~s~mma at It sea.
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fl~1S6y O~ I'. Xnlrbead was appoint-
ed~7aIiIand Dr. Nhb


as Ct'#iAce,'an'dth
w"th Jislm' reey'mCo-i,,ritt- e, the e
0" H.t 0 A. SesrtM7.y
.f the061kg.wasread sn the ptei.

At Mkimmod Ihabt 1km a..J ..L


at thirteen weta b taba Ubo ata
ia th. books, Tuse acltingW~umkm -in
r porrtA .gthp tutorafl WerO& of me. A.
V. Fiali)-s-n elpressed hbspersoal a,
ptelt~oaof ht ObAssamer'l a-th~ ae


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J'Ua~i ts I9-5


"' A dhdieoft$ sem doe2%d Urns-
.LZ 7 46"bu~
6 an WI


At igh tMg e peered hi
ma addrmes kimas eve mere tha

w lled to hear it, exeepag a few aeato
t the b ak.
We tram the addrm wil be publied
=ad trlat toI pamphlet foam. Pub-
s extemo it would ll ems fulare? of
ote JAMAICA TnMu etAoid. C re.
- tiposble ito reprode It e-n-
(1) Biographlcal referesse to dead, we-
tired, and newly arrived crehmen
Jamaisa, aa t6. West Idi" Province.
The dead .d.d.. ev.I Thomas and
MPhaea, Meers. thodea saad Stewart.
A very wrm and thorough "*preIat
Us ftpr. ad of t e lervimi -f fehop
Domae retired. With him the Arch


() rbThe aernaive proposal for filling
Bisbop Dooet's place, which were di
ceased pro sad con.
(3) Denominational review of 1904, in-
cluding suggestions for getting a uniform
hymnal, and establishing a School for the
Sons of the Clergy.
(4) Reference thbe Island's affairs in
general, confined in this address to a
mail space, except in matters educa-
tional, in wthch department a commenda-
tory reference was made to the interdc-
aominatiooal citeobhim that has been
d dfor the ohoolo. The relereoce
tt ooeable, was received wtthoet
-M---t-mi- by the d-tmoe- Angtlian
aft dreamig of other things just now.
(6) Coaisidratnon of modern religious
8) A aie paeneta, as Olloews:
has been my aim during y long
-per od oervies in the- Jamaica hrueh,
ie ian Eptheopateofa quarterof a
SrnsOr, to sake ta poeose to me*s
SMas.--I have d M ied that we in Ja
rI- shold kep ldelar of Brtisah a b
Maepean wad Ameriesa eontroveries la
temrtaast;sad that we sheboud be in a
pesislo. .o weemus and use in due anes
the abiding results of auch controversies.
I have wahed to see our people become
stroagly established in the great verities
df thfaiM n attheam tiMan Abarn. j-


ell~inti sad otivy in the life of
-to ekuirJ4 bothas r.dMIA its teach-
S.Mo bemai il0= vk. I a"
-*nb ww ms toU n tme t bohert.
.= an d ro lb im a m fully th e
bmw al Uisutos uadvatioa. In matter
41Wenk11ip I bMv Stithi 90 haVO Our aSW-
vis emmdmead always wit a vie* to the
simiinshy Mha" me pes ms 1 ofr 6wOhrebi
livi ft a *akirn md bwbg seems only
.*-of areh shou.4 be "betwoi
ne_,M'ithrbmwwy lomrde.-
-34to".s iiaiiimim levbulmr Ia


..- -- y.Ovgu4 lUi
,-Mm a Iimiwwd m -vs e AmubqukeI
-is han -- am


4806" s: INAtb hat ft llerl

Adlve vesom- Aeon" asibyeu

~iadmto bMILO den, ofm o
L~si S. She eo ~ -1iad-r.1

my oaf '00shisthoAt we sheMAl

wesall be dwh.agome he


wtMW ktl- hqwethbgsz .-ha
~ m oqpegt of the rea body
4d aftQut *~ad ILaiy f bsbieve
elk thimelte =d ga these -mis".
-weas. And ams WI* sesord.
Msal w"ithte eis f r"bich
at the chunk ey toinAe
euewe Vi har empt A- t


IMt abam- o agnte bnition i amt-"
$e= at tbheoologra opniem ; Andthey are
to otwaMes ashoe with the letter sad he
apit of all its devotios, as ia thegre
m-a fotr the ot kaur Militant,. ad ia
ft r all oltoDns of ma, ta which we
hat l wmhoprom- ad edUl them.
-elves aertm may be ledt .ltto the


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The Whisky that is all PUEE BARLEY MALT and

does not contain a drop of Grain Spirit (which is made from

Potatoes and Maize,)

Insist on the guarantee of PURE MALT on every label.


28. Port Royal Street, Kingston,
Sole Agents in Jamaica for


W. & A. G1LBEY'S


WINES AND


SPIRITS.


way of truth and hold the faith in nuity The Arts and Crafts Exhibition.
of spirit in the bond of peace, aud in
righteousness of life," and they are in THE JAMAICA INSTITUTK.
accordance with the position of our --
chuarh as a great spiritual org niva As we briefly announced last week the
representing a -impedal rNe, sad seek- Boaed of Goveror toin the face of some
tg also to gather within itf* aple fols ryng diffieulties, have decided very
men of many other racesa and they are In creditably to hold another of these inter-
asooerw,- with the example aad practice eating hi
oft greatest and beet represntateto B te-AL o t for opeti-
every piat er a -e tave rbeen yr d .1 e-.
aeeordame withd the ash..-alt advise "m ". tor y ig m .
Gof itm d et ItI tI Ins mf deee" Merd free of -cha-e at the latltute,
a rdane watibth andteywe to bo betwe. 10o am. t M 4 p.m". o later
amourance wia h tM thOereMM of as*an Mar&l 1th. after this ae objei t
oherh, a servngGod sd fitea will uw vay M6re2amssane whteverH
pte. o a man kin. Le as reeee for mp l..
steadily om oar way through all diaal-em i
.Ms dsl obsetarclesalar. S. win ml Oj*Iets w a le b*o e xhD4ted be-
age. ^ y^^^t^^ ^w-W*w fwe "a bo ^= s e s
an women to the love ad MrVie ofs .sen. W, -e -.
God to a tre earthly and a tre heavily 1o e e d mere h 5e o-
ithbeaahip ; and may we be osoupisaotaJt is y a 5 m o@mas for ompettlt'ii.
above all things In t he three great graces Objects may, however, be sent to mark-
of Faith, Hope, and Charity. ed not for competition," by either com.
petitors or non-eompetitors,
THE CO-ADJUTOR BISHOP. The 8obeet wil com E-iblthlo
-- Apl for taw tySks or a longer
The matter o thl appentme t was
dehltedon WedeM ih -elosed door It s dtaible, that pedtln and
nd te debate lae from 11 am tillphto ph be ramhd
.. A bject ay be marked for nale.
It wa decided. No oem eatbe withdraw Im ehtlmb
(1) To appotit a Co-adjer Bbbhap, who don 7 to tel doing day.
wi beoUomeds p = op the retirxem t o A f a 0Id --U t he held at
the preeas Bishop who k also Are kthe a e time and plaoe.
bAs the Board eaa only with diSealfy
(2) Thate bhe heema In eoglaind by a ap ate -.. f lad today te
eHmaMn. eomd otfag the Arhbishop oee o tofe an
samt these wm he m nas Theise t., It ws begad to reeve eootrlm.
_rel .klytobe the Biap oft. Albaa tosewards Prsne rftd. AtIpresea
sad Ftodry. the Pund amount to 10 la. 1oatribe.
^M& m ~ -_ ^ --1 _*^f *.6 IL_ A- _t ^ A- ^


-66ow amo~
-; but we ve i~ditates -
ofanSh &w -wes do*afl0m1 by the k


d&6, 1utWith a wve ms sa ow 1b

DEVOTIONAL
Thee.v 0r.as Oswesosat thdPo Iu
2eM. a.~lli veteaks
OTHER BusINEsS.
TUe Are-ttkbk ptereOWe met he
0-em riat esigIntheordinGary


I -- W- -- -- .mP


[ asived thaSt aSholfor MWsoe 8m.of

was uamidthin: Came. la..., Rev, W.
Wver ti*&ahamJ. Mxsao C. 0. M
Q le, .Thempeos, W. & N eW.
RaooJ 1tog mums4rs-Ac.081


inaio


lag lkd to the Charch briqade was illegal,
the ev. 0. H. Ookc. M.A., anad Mr. W. i.
Plaut pointed oat that qiite recently
the Government encouarsed the work.
It wa resolved to publish the correpon
denue, and also to lay the matter before
the Ohurchb LAd' trtgeds iooeety in
England.


S- m WUR- iniwq -in one
sd-an whfullese o the va-r-Ism easi
WWl be am&imssoam a tm agrioga.
tamomldI ed 1A rou.-m W ~s
that thi ye06h Mbhuksay9111
prima Igm of .WU ~lowea
preidm b m laihithert- bm go.
Sams "nd om*ItheeCo'petdltsrn
pole lon eam9 of fuwa~uafg 06
6in whisk &Wa Imarket
While tas o ani s ak k.l34ti oabl
seMM l es b ake *awa,, thuae a naDun-

able toPROduce. Xot dtedeW]. har,


In ste s al -
Apart trom the qaestoen of 2v14
monMy primes, the Board be s thtA
any Imlead iandary whteb we tas ilty
repreeated woald receive f stimehmfru
that apprwilatma of the arge nimber9 l
visitors to the ilaod who would viit the
BmXhiblUon.
Th Rfm Id to anianiu to do what it an


to helis M the development of art ladu,
tries in the l land which will be more
worthy of admiration when Jamaica orafts-
men h've the opportunity of studying
and following good models,
A copy of the particularly regarding the
ela*ses of Exhibits ca be had from the
Secretary, by applying for It.


OEMEIAL#i NEWS..


W r. rthML H. La., O
Lord of the Admkalty, have
mUed.so. uwbe se s Wee by
delitaga pee l whbichb he poiated
directly at s emsa ft et as ag-
land's eamn y, a siaidi by the new s/-<
r-e-c <-t- the Britis navy eoalJ 0
lu blow ina before he ot er side had tame
to read In the papers that war had been
declared ad that Brital n' dmuegth as a
naval xg ting power had bree pr cekally
doubled.
The Marqon of LiAnlithlo ha been
appointed beSretMary for eoltad vime
Andrew Graham Muiay appointed
lmlportm to Janary increased 11,3,*
000; exportns 106,400.
The Ameriom b hoa woe to a em
heard by dte Privy Oouiel.

The eold w ve oeatimnu


America. to be severe, holding up
navigation ton everawl ports.
New Yu-rk harbour was blocked with
lee and very dangerous.
The eoldest point registered was 33
below Zero.
It is expected that the amended Rfcl.
procity Treaty with Newfoundland will
be rejected by Fewfoundland.
The cotton grined for the 1904 crop is
nearly 18 million bales.
NEWFOUNDLAND.
The Reed Company winos 300,20 plus
3 per et interest for 190 from the
Goverumevt, by arbitration This if for
the kt pof the 80 yM lease of
sthe telga..
The A r Treat have passed
Aanwarrn
A rebelil n by muntms troops has
hen handled wfth a Am handlnO the
GoteruMust aad erused. The treepa
m t I ft mlrStbut the u Wed I*
a-m t- -tl u tee a w--Sea
tis the1rebelh are betong tried
e cemplesely extngauihed
Thne has lft bass bad
Norway and blood between Norway
Sweden and Sweden, joined though
theme countries are nuder
one King. Norway wants among things
separate Ooesalar System, but the ne-
gtiatios fo thi" have J t W llen
through erals to the resWls and the
Piner o Norway (Baerag hae de-.
livred a seatloeual speech which the

Preiemt Palmos "having
Cubs. dealsred for the M6deratoe,
hbCabbtot rend to let
him oboeee thde e wie. He de-
inaed to eept the relgnati6o,
Despite the ertidIsm of
Germany ome that the Govermeant
.lan 1 maseraMs 4of 14
dsauads byt _e 4 Iis htavir a


Hhol'-w"e" t b bk


toserw.a bl m u he 1s
urn lream mine s are on strike ats
Agaar"l r ,lwtme s dieoteI 1t
Albafia. whh- yearml to freit-lf fret
Twrkey. Priime Ohites i to lead.
Turkey to in trouble acga
Turkih Stew This tme with Fran
she aiMed to re-armas
artWery and had tende rw kMhoIw
sad German rarmo,Geran uu amacir alo y


purchase onm condition the Germsn tender
was take so I wax taken. PFromn on
bb has sent Turkey an ultimatum
leading payment of swe of her loag
stannlg olaime, and closed the Freach
market toTturkish Lomans Torke)'s off r
to Spent 4600000 tI PrAce Is met tfy
thi emaind tbmt 8,00000 be .p<,It.
Turkey hua decided Ot to dno + 4-l
rearmament now,
RUSbIAN AFFAItS.
The m-.st ountandiun event in #he. I .
alan Tragedy this week tois thi naw--u...
tion at deltnpefir,, PF ntlnd, .f s%. 0.
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from Britai. We *ewfsee thMt loau tItM
lIue its arikes a thk oator. ill exceed


S-. u .*.i...e. c Aamm


aedn a evrler del following the ouar-
AW. ,
The motive for the crime apparently
was psly pllteoal, the sl*lU official be
lt & promise member of the Uoerm.
S bte assa mml mainatal obstinate *.
et Br Akeman has assumed the
An atM Phroemrto.
U- T wmu d inflated ashe smmmsa by
theMes of .L Soeins ae not d" s oue.
t. Petersburg I still ftr from peaceful
ad largUe seetms of the workmen de
ele delegates to t Cs ewre not
eb work mea's dolegamee as alL
The Co-**- mo*rs, however. continue
tuefr eqnr into .e Ituauo., MU into
pla for gmvig the people more liberty
*mtiaee, m y etrilme teu .
The students at the Miitary Acdemy
have struek. They have till the 26th to
SPoln Qthed touble are still amore
s_ M-2 ---


rw ; Anuang uonanues am war
di law has been extended to more dia-
itrts.
The strikes have spread to Caoamsa.
The social Ddamorats have issael
fiery excitzl proclasmrion argta4 the
men to resort again toarms,
-WHAT WPB
EXPECT
TO HAPPEN,
(Oncoming EBIws and Asniaeroies.)
Today 11tbh-8.5 TAou Brook for
caused* Kink RML
Conect, Myrtle Bumk.
Mal for Savanli, OCarW naFm and Port
lAmea, I10 6ibd at 11. a,m.
kMI WWai.t
ISt-4 h unday afaer Epihay.
Special Servise, St. MattMwI
Barees T -ak *M, Meoat Ward
Law DebaWt Socdlty, 8aprwem
House 8 p.m.
Ith-sItheo- case.
Ap*L.&I ral r Jaob's River,.
Col reMaomt Uidon, PorN, 11 &m.
15th-Agrcultmral Leotre, Prestom.
Induction of ev. Mart~a, Kingston.
loe Oompany, 3 pm.
St. Lakes Conaert 8 p.m.
1b-4DieaotIanSeteamr loroBristol
Agristukral Lecture i lsLgton.
SocalFumed.. t ts. Andrw's Kirk.
St. O&i.ae BoarL
17t--&.L 8 from StMhamto.I
AgrftrterLal feetae, Sherea-.
ANNIVymeSmAX
1sth-Ge. Aumeh, reevs Kimberter
17th-PF t settlement, Bhrbedes 182 .

"'Jamaica in 1905."
S Th CrytJ Palace Oomaimtee Mas a
sI ned to Mr. T. Cudall, Searetry of
t Institute, the y pret u a
to te Show tonLede. This i ppis a
oa-t w e ope tsh plaa of
r4IMM from that of jm-aim 1901.
That was a m ufa pLabteMa for its
bat sometalag ihkc, more
and more popular is needed
tatisttim and solid food Ame must b%
we spipe, bl they sht o he rsit, sad
s0e thiMy erewmo. Mr. Omdl askS
a iormank is regardlag pleatesr who
an wethito take yeam ame1 Papli|


Mr. Oaa add*s: I shall sso be (lsd
reeeiveo pPotor~heb of properties,
for oelsof to a in lotto. of photo.
graphs ill stra Oe f UM LA9
ealture and arbit7te=r. of Jai.
whiek ibs made for display in she
Jamsles Cut.


cri kin 09.


(By D.W I. C a1e.)
BNrbadose as fired ill at the hlade of
thO English tesm whicb hwo thm Iret
matct., by 4 wicket4 as4 178 mwns, ncd om
Tira.d the atineb aan *ll the Wes
fadi s u s ad 101 orum. The
matek vith he 18 was drmra.


When Rnaning tle Timnes


REMEMBER THAT


AT TIMESS


T"-i i:i-;' KKA ARE


whem


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men who are smokers want a really Good


AT SUCH.


Cigar.


TIMES


TELL THEM THAT



GOLOFINA CIGARS

ARE EXCELLENT


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S4aitsd, m-as eo oler eire s ser
on bek, Ga hoot abd bMd le o.
Xys Pa, moek eolouar he a brsaud
ed on bot sid lof eek
Wsmsmasde, twro. Le as.
Port Meaant, ask he i'e gray fsee,
dobed t8, ltog mea, anddle mrk.
ait reoe, umhe m eam

iwMsuhe h peoy, hIMMdB In,- .
i sdes d on star, e
forehead, small -e" m rh id"; aim*
brown he ma*ble, hoged asme sad Itag
te, eoldMno sars on bakad lemt hip.
alUawy Tre. brows entde dsa y, a -
ow he we, *ad brw Ashe dhsm
sad insaosr e deakeyy.
At al.e Chepel.a brewa e ass, weill
be putfp atpabie m n is fronat d
Tme ortbuM* to -iy, 1"th day bet&w .a
1l mwdItL


KINGSTO PIOES


February


Hice:
8 eef


per baii
vei lisf arrel
p~er barrel


Milk per ca-e
Orckers, banel


Meal
C -ub


box


9th, 1905.
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At Al _TW m Saonhsrgper 100lh'L euW~hgaI.. 15 0
&om, BA. andBML box 166.12 t-:
rlow., bami ..3W 360W



ANKRICAN OCULIST -AND OPTICIA.Orus ped.
BpeokMinuti Testing and Refracting the Eye & Fitting Glasses PI""per quart. 3dto 6
1oL*at fts ,('00' Vuot& A~V.) Ya wt 8. 10
A~s tas pkeuem W uSdune -.010,i bwnalM e*Iprolesial v4 tto Jamlown Maft&ESSper 100 58.6
H wbueswill uVa l Ma U AIt r15tGU4tuave-a thent bUt sufieksatdue bu&j 3 to4 for
to give thesed@Wkdag hius arvfee the oppmwuilty of emsultng him if they will make .s ae p o.1
an a s ltint at their earliest Beon'eripipr d&e.
eisfe stlly preparsid, as usual, with the modern instruments and apparatus, in. Fowls per lb *6
cludhig the Javal Ophthalmometer and Rlectrio Ophthalmooccpe for ezvainin'rg a&W tarOh per quart
_v*wdg~&__j_ n-M-o"Ake at ah gh.an& DMIOA -.'aw. andJ avow-diag to *i
U6 da&apoed methods as '6 Ked .opolitsauSyeHspal
and by theba elest Ws04 OWha the n,,,,and greatesof 1 Pio" S sasON&
onltub and of ofIS-GLASS uand 8FUGACLU IuCN "A LadLVUej" A'
the best~ab eebogt to the .sleqW Wading ove two thousad fnt 6
a~~ ad eoe etiaEisets oobwhidos eorhauty sPhriealiwmsmas un otiTr~m
oersat.VW pea insie SWOMA -et 1ese ofthse to used @adgiasses r. .Me W.qp 4 for
-onqp"W seloomoel qE *k whiek .w 1 is& dMan -PW*U*t ..S
fa IM perW meteurelon ot defewiv~Is bat forMits peramasot pimrw. *ahw4
Wel
Move who wetembled with weak ar d'-featdue vision. who eifae from ejeashetf, 3OksulqOes' SMapel, a&
beadashe Ini the .btal rei IMt- mmua-o 3 of tbo. evesor Mid4. waskuess of the Dues obtaost seared so ofpIns~
seales muselee or any alt $ ber uAwso on4it tons nvWbadw tatam, hof glasom.s- Ot OSSUK hi is "WS0 &A--&. a-
MWM"O aetr~lsaepmmtyeoe yameif-e1i am" W R the -e, ad I toto syI have abd -
a4ustew lsPhses-meould avail taheseveu *Ithe prmt exception 4iopportumity low aMIWthi&-an"u
basig fuly sd througly xamied ad rwraotd an ob Ahe fgtbSIL(Sg


wE enes he~bnseof u~ns~~npor stteof iatrseuln whiskbring th
VIslen up tet6 4"111~twesnhiblesadad oilley ts~ryrslt e
ita~e iwteWest einMalld bj0h4 bot *losets m a hewnrods
ets.DLAR. has mE. the eye a spiobwty f w many yewlarn. all1 (a.
seppileby U~Ass areftwe arrated I6be osveT.

ofreieia tietio-llsft"e ue"pa aisn Uthe .dlis. a" J"AMalawhifti
he aa istd rignUlarly v~be pvakit Jvow&. DR 'L %9 iVon amrt te sei
need of hsonests. t0emastt %orqough ""aandst"WsT pref."Ionat worvk.
Cho%" Aawsn~b~le, Consultaton Free, Hours 9 to I1I am%
and. 2to 5pm.


b r lw auamp, os o vw.

Va Novix~is Balhdel wh
pet muq .sd- A--hms%*A
eaoli prdolarbe* ~


Swept Linstead[a few weeks ago.

le HENRIQUES LUMBER COMPANY is now to the.assistance of the sufferers with prices to defy competition.


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February 11, top$


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A W'2WELr NZ VI'APAP tA"D


SYBWCRIPTIO RItAM f


Inland and Ferei"s.
6/ per an=um, post free,
3/- for six months, poet free.
1/6- foi three months, post free.
oW Address communications to
WALTER H. DURIE,
Managing Editor and Proprietor.
T. H. MACDERMOT, Editor.
128, Harbour Street, 3Klgstor,
-0ehe ie9 ltom's Time StmeS.
THE THOHT FOR

A mueh vah' d brr DL of Ihe
SJA46" 7$c evidentt inKaItw
st o, eD as for this column th
follow thought taken rom
R UXm's "Crown of Wild
Olives.
Me" me. fvry virtue of the hi
S* a omaaly characur i
tk --in tri d mode*r=ttwo
face ef U maidm ;- in kruthr pity.
or truth, and reverence to all wealn-
hood."


THE TgACHEim 380 3UAMWN
Our ato on page 1 nwige
sot be pnusisterpreted as to-1 itts
mra.we we heartily- l m
pathy $tth the '.o11:w
-p~isthe JAM*" aTfadbfrl the

or b"eR *.alpo it
Agreulr.a.as&choool subjeot,
~F~wdS4thSV the th* 60
Y -, -- .


Oulu"ais not- 1Ag-m .



of I- -AALM& wo'.oaW .10'
oincatlom to e


~bta~rst dhrr
P14 y,. umpoiWlop-aid d ye-
The PC". In. our


a waios ee L-pesor .a-
to mkW td mnSm lat of

T SuE


Perhaps we "prejudiced by the
hot that our space is more limited


Widres too long. First because it is
mode too comprehensive in its scope;
isa secondly because, while one
cannot but appreciate and be grate.
ful in a world so often beloggedi-or
its clearness and balance, these
virtes are obtained at too great -.
penditwaod word&. We do ot tmy
that the words are not chosen with


a mirable eare, and with a success
that is almost, if not quite, unvary-
ing; but we repeat there are too
many words. This does not mean
that we do not appreciate the au-
dress. It shows strength, mastery of
many subjects, the Archbishop's own
shining desire to be fair and just,
and his desire to give dfnite and
practical help wherever it seems
seeded. The Archbishop as a thi
r howeverr lead rather an army of
oeopation than one of conquet. Hi
tdomg ot is persistent t oit lJ
nd ous It if anot, on the other
--a uuw uB~i s umi- Mm.ft"


and Of jersevering endeavour, that
it would take a oeld heart in;eed to

mw as' t tai tUn
to* )p VginL the atm.obO


BMW a siwbma bj4=ul1%1


%mltyq M- pref9ou4 ubIarsb*
lashbing cartels qmlmhas acoem-
~eme~UL7 h to ,Imrm them.
sevsthe ~m 1s, in-VOrNtper t

psialts *eseo. In wis W"-Oduam
iba~T~w adeb twithIn

koamd *0rmtafe o h

Wm& Wat s__he AQ~m(pu

pa0.55* 4"thesame subjed tby't*a

Butthea4U7 factwithat not
-efof ou bikibd;
~~* -enerig he isok 5put.


IReU5VO.54in4Im 'W W
the* phW bWA on
Won hOg.]an~d also 9a few W


as P68 posibl. those &M.Jo


twe twelve and sixteem,e the


the extent of one-fourth such cost;
and ltparets provide the remain-
der by fees paid weekly as an
essential condition of a child being in

The practicability of the scheme as
a- whole needs more maatred consid-
erwtion hbut on sight we would
biggestt that the years of ooempn-liop


A


would come mucn better irom sX to
ten, than from eight to twelve. The
scheme too seems to assume that the
man of the people want their child-
reu educated so much as to be ready
to pay directly for it. The smoking
flix of readings to pay fees was
queoched when the present system
was iaauaurated. We doubt if that
attenuated vital spark could be
vet l] an"i*ntly to cook even
SO Tahoe Ser mall loaf' of our

*Atjdotfs with Hs
GuiCo however, when he writes :
S Ani coestokunawgJ iiJl


^ i aA astw when the edus-
cate ~pon of the people and the
Government realize that the most
eupendive and the most deadly thing
"5 aK,- EuOw to e-ht i Iguor -

Wor a soeeimeib A4s -an abestate
so .6' 40 I bectM Aour 4i 'Owt

ize thle" 01 cow** whesk we e
Wideease. wo. e a dMasese, not
.6 paert only, whica lIrttaetion.a

WISE WORDS FROM
A WtLC-WISHwR.
It is with si"oer plasure that#
we print the followag letter sent
usbi Mr. HvaiTaH. Simm,
an B.ghah Moundiu undliter
ateur of exoellet stauding, who
spent asoe time ip the Isla&d.
Sir,-I hope you wall yellow me
the homoar a pleasure of uayr
iug how armly cherish all thea
meenoripa .of ( aEmaion people
Wialoh I aootmulated during my
simmer in tour op'det
the more I think over my


Os respjpt for Jaw 'ad

EVEM"Ostion and hth.,'ki.
Wishing Jhimica4 vary pro.:
~rim 'w Year.

your bediout servant,
Hzaa PR SrumR. s

Now Prohidenoe
Bahaimas bland&.

THE POLICE iO.4isv-f
The voowcy-cium-4dby-Ahe d"Ath
of 1aG'o e(nendWaiem,


has oceu nifea dy Oe ap-.
pointmeIn of Major A E. KIt.
saAw, who will exchange a salary
of 500 anol 73 forage allowance
for one of 800 and travelling
expenses. he has been Corn.
mandant of the Cyprus Police.
The Major has served in the RA.
and has served in a Otvil capa-
city in Canada, A stralia, and
Honduras, where he was Magia-
trate and Co anpa B-t till 189L .
He was promoted Majs while i
Cypruh i odM be E
n to aayiaf pa r JinW &om

weOkow Aoothing, that ia ma.be
points' t :W 4 'ib or ,
wise W. i tm .e

L a hope he will il the

o our a4vatage. We
may however e ens the opprtue
Ulty of once again pressing on
the Authorities that, ia s Oeuber
Of matte-w, the Plce Sywtem
hre Oed.a thorough re orga-

(1) We want lea-torzi who
are working Ptliopamme, whether
or not ,hey are moda eom-st .
S() We want the road of pro-
motion irai the ranks to Inspec-
torhip opemed up to natives of

(8) We want men of better
stam.t~dkism lfmg


to make up the rk and file of
our Forse.
-) To obtain whibh it is sb-
solutely bMmstr, that the rank
abAd lie rwsoltve eetW py.

tHE ISLAND OF SUN SHINE.*
far Noftch.
The appearance of a publioa-
tiol iicha thi- s of Antaere*L,
both us as isolated event, O*o*


-u.. -- I -:- i *w.a =4


t is fall t that attention be
-d to tht lamentable fact.
me a heavy load o oanry
by all means, men are ma the
wormdtodo bard work;but aee
Stha be eana fair reward for his


Sertiees. At present the pay ofi
the teaeber i*, under the moot
fahcnrable cireo-mstaces, miser-
Sably ,mall; and to its smallunees
added the uncertainty caused


with a direct plainsO that is
not always noticeable in the Aac.-
avo' s utterances, where the faot is
at times draped with ,iplemhiae e-
presioaess that disar hotly baut
soWaetime leave an aching void
within. The cloud that etil further


dowi n stimljou I the M ac o
the Goverament's lack of money. To
osapromuise as advantageously as
possible with the situation the AHon.
itsaoP suggests a scheme thus out-
lined:


many ODversautlUu wItun your
raral peasant-proprietors, the
more am I convinced that the
future of Jamaif- lies largely: in
their hands.
What a triumph it will be for
them to show that men of Afri


can race, many of whom have
hWd to contend against the great-
est iaoial and social difficulties in
etrly life, can take their place
amnug the most desirable types


Budere pamur~, Ou I s own inDGIVI*
dual merits, aid also, as an tvent
ponneoted with, and in relation
to,'the growth and develepmoett
of Jamaiean literature, For if
that literature is to grow ...i,
develop we must have nimoig
those who live in the isluad otud
know it writers with, in th.*
first place, talent sifflicient, ,1
in the next place courage a, I
faith sufficient, to enable them to


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J-AM I LaAes


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venonre, pn at ilsWad Adeoit

EHo e N*Ahe or*, writing
AL A, ---^- -^ *--Al _, *- *I_


pages wo th daily or bMw- tly
press e et have the disttnu
poe aa the ifioeoe, alit-
erary wse, that i opeU t a
publiosatia in book fo"k, i- 16ly
that publication oootso'matter
good, wplchosen, and well-ar.

The AOblic ti..befere as aam
swers aistatorily to the de-
mands ,4bawe iadiasted. Printed
by tbiZ 'loherboker Press of
New York, it is neatly and
tastefully prepared. The paper
is good, Ae type excellent, and
the illustrations, reprpduoed from
photograp"Iby our fading pbo--
tographcr., add both to the in.
terest and to the artistic effect of
the clleetian.
This collection consists of forty
poems by Tropica." With the
name and with the writings of
this young lady, readers of the
1" Jamaica Times" are tolerably
familiar. Daughter of a gentle-
man well known among.us for
his pubflipspiuit and his Aerviae
to religan ad education, she -is
by birthnA4d r*asee *a6 daugh.
ter of Jaic ad these potms
show ho.s ipA w s hism -mo to
the iamnot41 of our beautiful
island, .
MamyaawO~ong*oone dgo-
Sping, .p 4 '
To make strates ofbeauty beard
The r 0ge I' ae collection,
is sufficient paaSg as it, does
from a piece like that on Rose
Sall,' in which we- have a
detailed deeoriptie. -of-4heecon'
orete, to- s pem like tha*r oa
page 2, m0Oti e- lMuA oMe' in
which we ha"e the poet moving
aftem the light, that never was
on land or ma,'
As visionary o that dtofaena
Pae sea-ia8tS iesain Of wa and
As uand and I aa tbhe
In woodlmad ,etae eo tar o
huma n eeap.
Betweeur tee extremes there


THE VACANT


(1J~APL


6 uivore indirect than .'in Boe
44a hmore touched and trans-
uid by potM Va u SuchR
poems are thoAt be, FeTn
p8.) Baboos (p. 10.) I
t uf oouree, the phrasin does
not always reach ihe same kigh
level, bat is is always capablee
generally ery hapyy, and often
exquisitely graceful. In Ferau'
we have this little gem.
arIt with 1o wder


sie fthinsp. Ito uecI o i softnss1tb 466a!1 y E4 lh.mre es



athor's gift of definite satA= to Aela tvoie the reader Was .. aw WteWi S
nine Opme out of test acou -ratej I kyU d OmmTU.13 i Pftuilag 1w]
The*A "Wmopermbmno.thegradal Iandi
poetry, m ta-nd Od"I*n Iklu*hde, a
a 'ry s"'MAl waSy tlbe odpoS~ an
the writes of -poetry Ii4.. hiaca uhphrosesas theew. viah
too often lacks just this nwar Thzreudi nmlwm rew~mi LYIE "mvu_-


Pink a aheMe ooean;' that, namely of being at once do
Deoked in tender green, finite and accurate, without of
Star leav-seed embroidered o diUountlng from N asus
It is unfortunate th.t after ad going afo ot elng the path.
such distinctive expression the ways o pro. Hnce it is that,
poem should end rather limply though we get so much verse,
wth the olourleas1-ie ferns tho is so little of it that refloots
are everywhere.' efficiently the world round us
: In the poems entitled The here in the Tropics.
Tourist,' and that on page 18, But TaoPI A has a happy kDack
entitled The Donkey, the of introducing 'local colour,' as it


That rUeOe low Ule the comoie rain.


The broom flowers dreop ti
hot glare


tb saun's


The graywalled works of the lone
Prom the far off highroad
Slow winds bling the sound,
Of yam- lggers singi, g
Of their home return.
The sky's cold grey just meltiog Into
blue.
In a Banana Walk' she singe


SOa m W pm mn mmar
on page 6, there ocar ooa t
very few Iaom thimt ie
rilder who knows Jmhiea wem
will detect. On neither side r
aur apple leaves oftea n rei
gratsea;' their green is de
dull.
*Verea by TOPomA prie S.
at Hylton's Ta gs 8tore 1)8
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Is ti report ofl r. Bu,
Diretor of our Public Works
Department, we ca'ch oace
gapin the familiar refrain thus :
page 88
The staff of the Department is no
very mall relativbly to the work
done. The voe fo s dara. omitting
thst ofthe t letriOef Aae Lmnt wIhMoe
duitlas ae q'tte oie-id of the work
of the Depsrtment, belist only 4 per
Chest. In exceas of that for the year
1M 89 ; whereas the length of mtin
road has dunng the interval bleea
Increased by nearly 250 per oent, and
the number of public buildings has
b!en increased by about 150 per eent.
The tot4 espndiLure of the Dep rt-
meet on works In the yea uoder
review h w been about 40 per cent. in
xwaearmof that4r mI-19 TpWyeetr
was th*oes seoon4 after .mnrAppoittmeot


as ulueWi.t of ruubic worKa, aUd I
t4ke It for co nparison as it was 'he
lImt year before I began the re-organ
Izatton of the Dep&rttrun, e"c
He is an able but a dIoloroias
o U, I-peat for ith pjd:1,'-c of
abidifg tI It the d-S, '-iLou h) bich
is the handle of his ability be
longs more to the pa.zt than the
present. That is, Mr. BtLL knows
how to do his work, and is pre-
pared wt do it, bun if he has any
ympathy with tie m.ss of the
people ht oanceala it with great
-AdloUuIm ao crafL Saefr are
morae at home on his face when
It U turned to the public than
sailer. He forgets the world
has moved m ch ILCe he was
yOUag, and still Lfects the belief,
to quote Lady MILDnrD EL
lflszs that our father held
who mostly called his people
The Mob, or the Common Peo
ple, or the Luwer Clas laughed
Their igeotma-e, and vxpecLed
eme thing only of them-respect.'
Whesas the fact is that I his M
ar e*keagd. We cannot afft rd
to laagh at tha ignorance of the
pespe* asy more, beeoses we
a .te Ws the- aul the power,
B thiey gloat kaow yet that
sy have got it; they will fnd,
*Mt sees." N-veitheeks we re-
"a Mr. Bf &, mtd have al
wae respected him. He is as
Am a ill*oimally, he is a
eft a oae, (and 4t ooureo
& 'A -l s d I --


-.41M ~ #pek oeAmd spook.) He
&m WWr isiat to ben a ypo-
ossaud nomw prU learn. We
jwo bhW e o6 Mule di.ouisi. us
do~ ,tog ee just namomurmi that
om on bthiag in the
.inplstwWAe we be" so Often
~~med, d the s e&.1u
-vg,- -m ms: fitry PWO


*wpq Bi gg ~iliru elyi la.
mbe kw the. GM mlaoa ofl
Mhe -7,y it thay abocee
aL to am kvn. t lY.y MReOG do,
~*. s~ig a ge p'd. 1we 40


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f Road pay, adod g j
iags there for, mesatim&we some
to the Reprt from mention of
which we have been wsnderi~eg.
The Departmeat directed and
controlled a to.al awpivlitore of
n- early 130.000 of which some
P0,000 o ames under t W ark
done for other Department.'"
During the year 14 miles were
addad to those (on the whole)
admirably kept Main -Ha 's,
which arg so nfton praised by
our viu;torb. Tueir total length
is now 1930 milet. Other items
.of intetiest gleAnet from the'
report are :


2.055 w4as ap.nt on carrying
the m ,il. for tle Pst Offi e
,25t wos spent on roads to
open up C:own L ds.
7 722 on Lbh re Irrig-tiou
S.,rk- sp- 't thb \', r, c im iltt , t l ,u .i .> 11l 1, vt kh L i


besdat a pmaiy per .epyl, ~s4..I ot4ts~9~
~~mo I.alany readier WImg-at violtuirim f V'Ih .bass


new Ma to exts to_. *wt r
without lThe 1 Jap1 Tiec4,*
should 1 t ts have his or her order
at once. The Peppq r PwT" by
itself will cost 6,. per manam post

As all who wre fortunate enough to
get a oopy of the firt number will
sef the P P. cotaints, and suooeeding
numbers will oontiuue to cuntaia,
skits, funny ketches, cartoons, and
merry uayngs eonceruoin things
locally funny. Tin no foreign pro.
duct imported here; but istobe made
in Jamaica itself week after week,
catching for Jamaicans the humours
of the passing hour. Notable items
in the first number are :
"The- JaI .icans.
Dream of Panama "


A Question of Curve."
"She Hit the Lawyer.',
Like you Papa.' etc.
The Pepper Pot" ie going to try
to avoid all malice and hitterness,
an] vyt withfl to hit off the comic
,I(dP of thin.tt so, as to give all its-


wt ;i.eh I -I II'C *i i I Lt, 4 h ra. ters heb rtv wh. let-)omr laugh,
Wuiich i8 Dow iD.t ie.cin the lo I ev. ry week. We commend it to our
dastria development ot the 'readers, and hope it will make for
P.alish to a gi eat exten .. itself a plaoe in their love similar to
Theh D -partment has been di that now held by the "Jamaica
recnog the I mprwvemaut Har- Times."
bour work- at Falm-iuth. Order the first copy by return post
as the edition will oe limited.


THE DISSANDINO OF
THE TROOPS.
We know now that not only is it
intended to withdraw the white
traops, but also that following on
this there is to be a gradual lessen-
ing of the W f.R. and finally its
entire disbandment, saving only; a
sort of stem on which she Regiment
could he forn e l again, should ic be
thought necessary .
The loss to the Island in many
ways by such course, is a fact so
patent that we need not ju-t now
dwell on it.
The question is what can be done
to divet the Imperial Government
from its prpoae.
The Country will larn with pleas-
ure that our Governor has already
forwarded a carefully prepared des-
patch arguing one side of the ease,
and urging the Home Government
to stay its hands.
His Exoelleny's fa Ulty for writ-
ing well, clearly, and forcibly, and
his foin4 thahM'.. at which *f


.maany gibes, soone diareditable to
their originstors have been cst, is
likelto do 4 good far"io now.
We abhould& ppes HnaM eIeeeoy
all we ean, The Elected Members
should see that they do their pert at
the forthcoming session of the Coun-
cil; and a monster petition" should
boprepared.


FS* UNNYs AN D ILLUMTATED.
we will Iss aemt week t*. fret
nsombwrof a paper-of -axkind
new..o jmaant Ii mI mmLt s om.st~ans.
-80 ami s 446thamosts aPPea
&ft.11 &-,a 7vL. fs .Aiefs AMA-- &


3F~~ them eager to fa1 to on the tasty fare
that Mr. of" it prvds The paper ime~lf is sa
~wwi.1 1aMAhY, O'0*' 102 8 pitged iluptratod weekly, whose
ji~au hm as a4 0"o J um~n, q m,"'' destiny iset ause and enter-
h VaYsa as that he' I i &ain reea iers f-oat ?egral to Muorant.
!I*-ft9w to Mik the iatrul%, dand 13-4 hid i ouInd ttit bland. It will


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CHILDREN, DON'T MISS IT.
Readers should direct the attea.


tion fall their child-friends to the
offer made in our Child's Corner,
(last week's issue page 17.] Val-
uable and useful prizes, inoleuing, a
locket, a necklet, a wateh. pendants,
a knife, and a pencil case are offered
for doing what any child with some
education and who is careful and
neat, can attempt with excellent
chance of success.- The competitors
are only asked to. write a few words,
and to those who-do this writing bee
go the prizes, These are worth fl
10. answer must be posted, ad-
dressed to J. N. .Masoans.ead Co
-ye, England by "the 15th at latest.
Every competitor will get some-
thing, a book a card. or a Magizne,
whether or not he or she wins a
prise State name and address
very clearly and also age.
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STORY OF THF WEEK.
Ose4 the very ablbes
TMITrBBLD Of Jamala teachers,
SCOOM Mr. W. I. Plant is
in- harg of theT h-
I.ed School, Pt. PAntoio, and the
latest report of the Tvapector (Mr.
& V. Lockett, B.A.) sabows the good
work that is being doe at this ed -
sational eantra. He rarks thus :
Viewing tA woirkt a whole, TI
consider that with the xamaa.nfl


|s1eas and eloM, it is eminently
saUlfao.y. The papers show that
the teaching has been thorough.
4 I am impressed with the gentle
manly demeanour of the pupils A
ood deal s done to interest the
scholars and to widen their outlook


prnmwt loag nQagb t r-p Mly sde
beAefit of t e imiai tbhey receive.'
The hool 081 h a Infants De
pirtbuet,.0sirnD Dsad
a Boys. Bho of tWpamed Nrut
clas, the marks won being repeo-
ively 867, 71, and 67.

A religious atmos..
os CIDEs phwis held by some
oF TEa to rmt Wth per Option
UINXPz0TZD. of the bumornrO side
of things, that s the
unexpected, for humour is one side of
the unexpected. The distribution of
Hoods at the Ohureb College on
Monday gave we presume much
pleasure to some, if not all of the
remlpients, mad tLhe- p#Oatoi,
and if so why should we object; but


we fear the general public will stare
if not smile at the spectacle of such a
function being made retrospective,
and retrospective for such a stretch
of years. To see Clergymen who
passed through the Colege that
existed 30, 40, or 50 years ago
[which by a pious fictieu is regarded
as one with the newer organisation,]
at this time in their useful and
honoured career receiving a hood is
certainly a somewhat startling sight.
But we repeat the matter is hardly
our business as Journalists, save as
one more instance, as we take it,-of

to adopt old world nomenolature
and paraphernalia, which generally
sit uneasily on New World fats.e
To our unregenerate eye a thing
never pain because its name or its
dress is changed. We have taught
ourselves to prefer the simple, and
*we think the leaders of Religion and
Education would do well to foster
that taste generally.

News comes from the
FRUIT oOMBIsE. States that as a re-
saltof an important
conference, several Fruit Firms till
now separate and distinct have
combined under the'leadership of Mr.
Joseph de Giorgio. It is expected
that the new combine will, though
not hostile to the UIT.. be pre-
pared to contest the ground should
that powerful Organisation prove
aggressive.. The development is one
of very great importance, and we
heamily hope that the naw concern
will win suooess. It will tend to
keep down a monopoly that is
threatening, an may at any moment
become dangerous. T he Directors
Include MKr. +lisha B& Nopr- of Port
iAntonio.


To Oorszwpondente.
1. Os wdtl as on
sees whaaTr saoald sead same

Wa a y a8 de4t0d $stampm
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&a. sgg tes ae always welsemss
they are east appreoksed when eor-
Bur", Ay. Thank you.
J&8. Malvera. Always a pleasure
to Te mse of sour thougihMtl, obseral
ttes.- We will tlik over what yon
Vy* -


by the help o! pictures, pho~otir ph Thak. for eon.
OM xcast m otSTo s. Thanks for eon.
e n. tribeting t e article whioh we will have
In forming an estimate of the ashb pleasure in esidoraig.
work, it is essential to remember that 8sNDAy soHO9O. Will try and make
in many oaes children attend the room for it i onwi Suoafy Ouluman.
school for but a few terms, their MOtNT flAy. Out appreotation is
parents removing &fttr a short resi- I shown by oar using the copy kindly seat


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VhiTuaryf 11, Io"6


A B MOT AxD :HAPrTr WUOTW.
Aa on eveag lwapt sat 61t
out. M i lst we
4ualtral orse there, far w o
The chairman, Mr. A. Brsoe Meparlam
Prindpal of the oll a w glad tha
the t-eher. had been to give hS
enterAtlment, for All work t ad a
p my awkes Jack a del boy." They
bemworktng hrd, and ew t was thi
time o piay &ad e hopW d thst when b
to UtAr t tmu s tbey wintk they would
only remember to tak of the work, h
almo ofttheplay. The nUbeOn e
whole were wry well renared, the comi
-eing rb- ly appreelated ma
dhon onc( ecored.a
Ml Grmehy. easily led the ret of th
_fotatueWs 9 t6- qt-ty ofbothbsia-e
and pldying-her My Lady LOB4" 9M
is & A 1 -& -- .. *o -


11- U U age -- W5- clvifI


fal.


Among tho-e encored were Mem
Miller, levershao, Stevens, Packer and
Master Gruehy, the four former being all
in comic nnamera. Mr. Tevershaam as a
particularly. iu-* voice.
Much praise sL due to Master Gruchy,
the little a *u Af Major Gruchy, who is
not wore th i 5 or 6 years of age and
whose portu (a ineeC of hiawatha was
very much ippieciated and duly encored
The addr -s to Messrs. MeFArlane,
.Skyera, and other instructors was read
by Mr. 8blieter. An address to Messrs.
kadwiek, Teverakam, ete., was als pro.
rented, In thanking the teachers, Mr.
MeParlane told tm they woueald best
pleaseehiif theymarried home and im
M. to -th-r scholars all they had
o A the esa. Mr. Sky..a
replied the ame asrals, dealing a good
eal with drawing-his sebtjeet.
Mr. radwiok amid he tomnd only one
faeli withe Coam, to mew weien-
tachersaeame up to It. He hepd this
fault would he remedied next year.
The Panama Rush.
Between 4,000 and 5,000 persoas have
made application for places on the Iath.
was of Panama under the Canal Com-
mission, Washington.
1l19 want to he .lerk. 144 to be
engineers, or anything from rodames to


were ato 1ea s wee mreown
out as na na Tbe
In O01ta Besa, the papes report a
sadden rsh late Umes of hnndres who
had been at work as the ntAasl
They eame to be bst d y a eulf styled
sesatrator buet belinoet turn a.ome
30Opaid tshetAr own pasage ad started
An antheoritative Ofeial Statement,
faom the American Coksl ahows there I
ae epidemic .of yellow fever, and little.
"ear ot oAe nmE.17.
The Barbado s ti y Barbd
laboumers are betag repiltosued lfor work
- &ha EhR*al. Tihe we- -a and as


- eetas per day, and as the e*.ita.a
of their two years eoastret apease of
the Canal Osemmiso. Mr. & Brew.
sr, O l wwhi -a Agent, we
hafe the doder fron the Canal oa .
"om 41the United Stas, it bubly ea-.
gedIs t effe efdna ernirat
Oensul for Panaeaa short timack
i" s ed a wari aml mnetoes with
Cael tothe sedthat the labour
market was ovestocked. Now the work


Thishears -o what we beard from a
rsposrbe pson etly returned from
the Ithmu to Jamaica
The Athenaeum.
** CRUISING IN T1B8
MEDITERRANBAN."


Un dou">uy 13 e, a- at oliK e
lecture, at i he Athetle1n on *" A oruaie
In thb % Aatiern Me literranean."
Sualj' t and lecturer alike give pTomise
that the evening will be one of great in
terest- is Blake, la most happy in
desaritlion and a witty raeon' ear, and on
this oco eas e she ha the .tale to tell of a
most interesting ounise one that em


AJCA IE 7 :~s


- am ~L(~Widl dan aetme-17isee
tib. 04vtoglS r adPm" eir-tiegs h'soTuU.


Ami AR D oa#rN s ZraTiox.
Thi btobeheid IAprrt
The awerd. wflt eest of Ctieates,
A PriMFed sedaad atpreent
cemilte of 10 lOa.,ta:V
Rev. CaoMoaim-, M.A. At 1 0
& EL C 0. BCe,B.A ... 1 1 01
MOm. Wihklera C. "... 1
A. B. MMe 0q. 11
Sir JWiA rke ... I 1 0
-OB. a.es. arey4 B. Berry 1 0
0. Z. dM U iEq. ... 1 10o
F.L.Myen, Bq.... 1 0
MiaaM.IM.Bw B.A ... I 10.
om. W. Fawet, B.So, ... 1 1 0
PFurther contrIbetions will be wel.

OFNFRAl FOREIGN NEWS- A
I R ),n wT r ,A1iu I


RUSSIA.
An official proolawation conveys the
heartfelt sympathy of the Emperor, the
Empress and the Dowager Empress to
the families of those killed in the street
fighting. They have placed 45,000 for
aid of the families.
The papers hail the Czar'b reception of
the deputation as giving an opportunity
for settling the troubles.
The disturbed centres, excepting Po
land are all much quieter.
The Mnters have framed and the Cas r
samdrioaed proposal that will bdag the
Sowneig nearer to the people la attears
legislative and adm aistraTlve and isia
hoped wl cheek the abs e of power that
has so oftm take place by inmtem et-
aaw SaB ot a peaoe again, hbut
there Im bsm e appredois elow the
surface. Sdea are til H Seatrl of
Shes ,MeL
Voney M to befalthgthoagtat re.
MMUraulea MiEtefr of Justingoe to
Bome M ALhe-dor, Molakhsi smeared.
di m m. Sweerof Pren Comr has bee
A bride er a fro river breaking
while the troops eroded flng a squairom
of dragooase Intothe water, one wasldrown
ed.
There have been riots in Austrian
roland, in sympathy with the kutian

Ta WAsai
yaRves te RBeasian force to the
eees igt at leat mwe divisleem..
ThetaM- kst t7ook thenrama
10,000. 8 of their gnpmests had
ea=pa-leseof Wede0eate t m
eUt orea.
Is ages beagmthe States whoese aWi.
io esays a rapture iaamat, Ie ad-
viees a naval dsmomstratism.
NO*Ta 8A CoxxMIsroa.
Captain Clad. evidence lede ao me


4W" up p-WM NONOT 00,Wm We uMu
fesfor Inoamsurteasomoustsof t"e Im-
"on, ad saiddthRusde=nsdid e"
asW r heim U w" iboodaM A& do-


damage done was *agua. tshe Britad
laheured to prove that It was momparm-
tidely easy to mistake other veels for
torpede beet.


lelly al semm eas.
I Mgw S!y abe, oat "Isle of Us
l -as M ea uae which
I Crawf r deseteb ae ell ti "Sea
e Bai* L
k* Paseg over to tMhe NertA Africsan
v ooast, the drlptio of life and man.
w nrAgiM aTaamser will be partie.
lattmi M. AlgJeAs is the epmtal


ragieg, ruled or rather amsraued by the
Salut. eo Morocea e ee omuch
bero the wrds onlate, not
toAporkewarLuI. IMrioathat
quarde theltraltalis focre iteeern
lookto wom theldof

PwtnuI. Britsin smeB bet fire ally.
She wll, we beeve, deal rg t

the tasboi e more with the lag interepats
s ONs Blao wVi. *


Sim d Ur aa mi- fc aoM n "'ll-r


tha with the Muaemur Palaces and
Temples that ebhrne the past.
The leatare will be looked forward to
with great Interet.
Brown's L Town News.
Despite the weather the Wesleyan
Harvest Festival was very inspiring.
Three services were held : at 11 Rev. W.
Olarke Murray, D.D. as usual, held the
eongregetion spell bound. At 3 the
Rev. T. 8. Brown' the sapernumerary
of the Cirmcit, gate an interesting ser-
mon. All the ervlee were well aentaded,
but at the 7 p.m. mervlee there wa soam e
ly l ndmg reem. The Rev. JTa Bre-
Is. wa as & &Pb. Tbghe was=
~WiAuiv.... an. him h


eereee r.
The denorn t e eatho oee apedit i ok
Mrs. Levy eand min Orter and few
wilUtg worked.
The sale of ofEaig. took plaoe on the

Personal.
It tis with ainoere regret that we
announce the death on Jan n4th of
the six year old son of the Rev and
Mrs. W. Scrivener Lea, of Retirement
Manse. 8jloh. Be died of Typhbod.
after ufferig 5 weeks. We offer
=our pth to the bereaved pa-
sAmong the visitors to Jamalta
sht" wlaier, we number Mim Clart
of who has paid her tild
to the ad. MKla Oarce Io an

tendo to tastreet ppilela the art ofr
the touch syqeem of typewLitte,
whih hus tbee proven to b the1
mod matsfeetory method taught
Bwe address is No 10 Duke St.
Msm. MoPheron our talented
Profeesor of Music, to making ar-


tsueuvmwue was iUy wu iam uam
tlnguchbd herself la her nu eilo
stuales a England and Germany, to
olan her ihorly. Ber department
walb te VIsel.
Among the arrival by the IR M. S.
Tam was Mr. A. McDowell Nnthan,
the wel known West lndian Meach nt
The Seneon whresparan

News by the Mutl and by wi abowe'
that the Compmny t. hAving in inO
other eolones thi me tre mende s -.
aes that ftw he -
duda Prluees B. 11a he UM ead whie at


Barbados the building employed will be
Willhelinea all-a --
The Trwmisie4 Mirr w ommntitng on
their performaee of 'sbe Stoopq to
Conquer says:" As yonua Marlow Mr.
Limpas was seen to great advantage
Uiadusil ole was strikingly pI Nated
Mi sa D0rothy Green al-o had % double
role and excelled in e*rh phase of it


MISS tpe Auney eno' wut Mi-t.tnolIC aiOily
of a high order. Mr. Nirel Pliyfair was
the life if not the Inal of the Play. Htq
acting wai really migtmufttat. A eapi
tel under study was afforded by the
servant Diggory (Mr. Bertram Forysth)
who contributed largely to the fun,
The -Cempany will be back in Ja.


Want good resents for their Sooand
i wFb aad it mployer -omietjis.
What better present the a Waec& Of
Ridsn from ome"- sr s ixI Prize
Mea Gold Watch is only 63L (Lady's or
Gents size) Nasterm Six Pze h edal
Watches have been in me o years at
Home and Abroad. J. N. Matters, Rye,
Englad.

Wms aati 1n -1-1A
ft& w m -w- --
DL &w-,y Vin*, and D T
AL w s Or

WANrDA Prhaser or tenant or
No. 67/Beasts. -Ber**%t,10n11 Apply
to the Rev. J. L BRams., Waomers
6cho, Kim.eton.


A mrreld lady in Kiaetm wolr,,-.
Wy'e a ymg,,lA4 to bearl sadh.
whi*,U~mnh mso4orl cideslin
fWIT _,n_


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sitates ew n r*adwt


---ms I-r-- *" "a u r Apy
C/0 TIms Offle.
-'TO SELL -Premeise 76 Tower Stree.
opposite Wesley Cbhreh, amiuig of
drawing room, two bedrooms, dining room
and al necessary out-balldings Sewer.
age installed. Apply to H. R. 0. Garsia,
12 Port Royal Street. 4
WANTED-Situation by a yuono girl
of 10, as MOTHER'S HELP or NURS RY
GOVFRENSS ; able to teach you g chil-
dren. Apply to Mrs. Lt. 1ol Ranch.
9 Blake Rod g-oe.


PROMENADE



CONCERT
-A?-

amaris k aotel
By kind permlslos of Colosel
Loeoombe, and Offoers of the West
Indian Regiment,

1'TJR. B1 AND
will" give a Promenade Coacers if
the Grounds of the Hotel, on Saear.
day the Ilth int. from 8 toe 10

m.
ADMISSM ONE EJJ mRNQr. -

Ripe PirRw Appls.

for al ote except Sooth CayeaMee
and Abakq4

The Jamaloft ?tmums I


are now paying


A Eighw-PriOe,
nasmey Oseen Pet P" 1%"WWi.-


ulet5 00to1t t4e crowns ad st0m1s4 MMiered a
For First-Class Family Use. 68 Port Royal StK, io'IteL
r_ erny ftep, at however le a re e. i a C s* t
tbp wora donstic economy to practle. Wull Clezom
MUNNthkmtsp P g.oo


use Thrr is e othln wicked or ase ret,
or harmful, of any otJ4e '.l).auat ele
ments of which they are eomwpoeaned.
They are itmended for th'ee who wonld
think it as much of a sin to wash with
Sitpure soap as to eook w "lt impt ,v at r.
colgat"'s Bath Sop st an rx4.t large
sop, ejieAtety prwfmwd with latifng
-- -AM W10.Ai #AVt- Shi-.-% Aft-^_l AA- ^ha^


toilet nuse.-PriewperO^a A3, eakeWl.
Dr. Ranb's 8 'g White 8os p -The
grandest Soap -n the world I r skia and
complexion, made with the wik t of
egga and sweet witk; makes the eki ee 1,
soft and sweet.-Pro per dst 4. takeed.
W. LoUNDIRe. P SerWer a6.
S #*eswa V t Daltal Bank1


I Ait isionBta.
103, WAkTER LANNE, Ki.G'ST0K4.

-AGEN 18 FOR-
Rnalizh Americnn and


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T V. WAR. Now-
--eL JREinD A RAEAMA8 MAN.
T h e l= ,l- H i (By.D.W.. C .)
uRlu. cu< -- i o- ide seem to be standing on t. O Dtrmesing Kney Troubles.

TviEename em Me KIT)o. oCur 2-eaderls will be Interested in the
K N11 ( lwas elw f Sb- law nd nep d wSi comT t"0, from Mr.
l"r ft aiewof AW Iftd L its defeat d mo "oP oheon, Government Har.
t alllll dilate AgMht [bori lltliash, RahIaL\ 1san:_- -
V of the Be recently brought dr l p Kidaey treble.
English and French Dress Goods. u p Psft Arthew. seemed welen. Ia
S"IThe-be"t w waed said 69Mrri um y toe seed welle. Is
Muslins in hundreds of makes, colours and designs. -w sterm- d to. b r when I -p L sthe
HtATS-Latest London and Parisian styles, trimmed and untrimmed. A number of smal outpost i a p, t re y ewn-
Beautiful Dress and Millinery Trimmings. Thes ao tiateaiese. At1 end wahunass. I often had to
Thousands of Novelties of many descriptions, all specially suited for in thU reseat etvvy 1~htia L'ft.. stop v k, use I was-n Ii. I went
the Season. G e. i!,it l t aa Jap b eterr .to bat o
Curtains, Art Muslins, Damask and all other Household Requisites in Ram Di ber e .i s 0. adbn a. d
eRver seer a1d I advise
profuion -- f wb -p frter otCUrM to try tb edu* .
Our Show surpass anything ever exhibited before, and thoroughly l-st. I 4T aU the fts of my Tas., rand It
.rhole tsTlas d6&d latrred near tbhi atoks. you to publish lhem, for tht
upholds even our high reputation as part of the Geld numbered 90. take of others. (Bigned)
e Gentera! Matumuura has FRANCIS MOON JOHNSON."
Jaidied tJhe fnt from eongestion of the Doan's backache kidney pills are for the
BEE HIVE STORES. brain. Heeommanded.the operations at kidneys and bladder only,and neves act on
203 Metre Hill and was decorated and the bowels They tone and heal diseased
promoted for be oism. kidneys, and thus help them in their
REGISTRA TION OF TITLES A new phase of proceedings on lan' is great work of filtering the blood-help
REGISTRA ION OF TITLES the retirement of the Hunsiaus from them to filter out the poison- aud impuri.
North eass Korea Probably they antici ties that cause pains in tie back, hips
p. ite that Japan will now attack Viadi and sides-cure dropsy (swelling of limbs
Form A.-Application to bring Lands under the Registray vrtock and cut off any army farthbe and body). gravel sediment, rbeamatism,
South. sleeplessness, nervousness, chilliness, irre.
tiOn of Titles Law, 21 of 1888. Before that stronghold the Mikado's gular flow from the kidneys-all uric said
cruisers have been seizing ship after ship troubles, diabetes, Bright's disease, bear.
dI -m .psl*VSly desUbd brought under the ...gi.traom of Titles Isw-No 11, at% Germn. som 50 Ve a wealkmos, etc. The medlcine way be had
ad I ; ad the Befers having oviM illy approved of the R giltton j' M W be en roun with citraband of drugglists and stores generally.

41 .*te aine lnds. -aid b offieers have reached m o. s ym name and address
Ta i tat to Notfy all perga having any interOes in or claim o the S ithe y0 of ( peu4 wfel acd e, will forward
do odd tism lelWow that in ase no Caveat forbidding ttheOe. ...
a l of sheusaid Lads be reer ed b7 me on or beforethe- 1" v. medicine an d a book e kidney d
1X4 0-or Jao loding Caveate riamnpag ay parce .roced as by ltLaw touring e s LanduLs ea 0l- .8. Welst.* Oxford at.. London, W.
av ea. Bo F. POUTAT, iwrw of u. ro oft i
of on application at the ice of e t. the a t o
rambeks, Elumr. Meno'rasas Aut Mano s Prizes.
S i a Ithi o thought oj seasky must cront Below are puzzles for January 21st,
Sl I -. the Indian Oces are that as the Mon .2,3 4,63,7,7,5, 4,-total56.
a P OPR rI Y Q t ioAagers for torpedo boat etc He A. H. L Four Pat, 48.
Mmil-rali t -, F nR 0 A Pew i m I i ,I, pro a alyta.a the end6o4 fhi WRt _- E ward., Unstead, 4.
-0 tn 3e month. Bill Baily, New Castle. 50.
S- Fale e.r, ,astead, 49.,
.51 gaS The J&Oaeee railroad 8_,5 4pO b eStreet, 49.
A i tem- fem IUae Y I0 to Port ad o Street, 49.
-- -Iiw UArthur ruis ten trains of orq, New stle 4
th February, 190 40 wagie each both ave it Ma Bethel Town, 3.
IkuA Jen Febes All that piee or parcel of lardo The ad raftrOad from the Vale R. C. Jehbnton. Montego Ray, 24.
UiAltbdWlisn' lo tt P re of l t- so o c bt Nell, Kingston, 58.

oIdsv 8a veet is d giffam ma3 ( tet at et tIoS Aa ew B. Rtrichard 26.q


o I 8Y Ke h e r toy book.the
--' IBu.b anadohi mistake insit.
or 0 h lake BalkLM 1s fyou a over. ti ies is t
Aa Italian T10ba0o I. h Yoafrr A inat MANG.
aof. I will n allowance
.rgTte latsat 80 p aUitai1 p ofw a A ofa of Clert te l yy.

Wt Wterm elvils nation se sr rsele another aMr. re gan, the well-known East
b k L y. I0 ,. sti-kIa titlluro. IASt year a oem -treet photograph r, has u) i
seo Ily to sdy the system pon i tow. Is one i
754 _om a 0 hn b plo| .. M A N GO .




aeibtu Jne. tf hole i.ll_. oMiatiag -- whic Ithalan tobac omnopoly was y nealy all if n4t a, the Aolon"
tis ----- 4" tes, me oranW ori Theul was o sthtor la Jamaica are gro ped
l i ia'aa te nd bo ae es W .... .ton p we.ed ano i the lMr. Brentrane, he welortrkno re
ati dtod. .npl 1 r I _wett- r stable lor adiopti n in the Lolew dly year wad a ees Isa one
IA pan d mAar -. I MItuo's domif les. The Italian systtem every Ang an bld have.
lAt Nade All that ie or pel of l o I ew at work thro ghout tap, Id att-
V41 tow wift of .ihaste in-te Puiih o anmlttr-te Not t6 tu Vsyte Upon tfv jusib now. It is o B.wh pf.t-




t r v wonearlg ad i airablyl
Smeaie 4:! siarea a1d 6 rd m o or -- T Color Prejudice.
.ia buts d an" d b" edll The Exhibition. n -L-d tai, a"n"d
ENKtherly en leae zespeshively be U -- In Leao. Oatedo, Canada, fchlrty
I I ToM- U M p Stemlely 3 a 5 O -W exporting arh. see left work because
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s frpma*I 1"rd putrt 00kol)
lie adfteamm. mintblalng by sur
d' but sad bisdingNo1br',
I Wite, Sft 9& W 1 ne-tb.
blhhe Road .ading t tI'relawr,'
A1 Weater I on thu. Pu rilic ltoar
ding WoBack Up.


-' e. ft ol tiiB would otl dntl h4ar
The Ory~tal Pla RxhaibAton Co lored people cplod with
i ,ttwe, have obgan to msake *T There hoe btI n bed d blood etweet
for the getting up of a dia y of uthe blacks aad whites, and free fghts
aovL.t pr.dts tof thellst and wllbt occurred Stenible rem "n.
lad to hear from peroas who eas ecatl-
bfts exhibits may be meat for advertise# g o. n i' G
UsW, sad for sale as terms whieshm Sugar In Biltish Guiana.
be ,a red haom the e retary. 4,Ni ti E ra. 0' Bi
Royal Street, KI utou. As te exhibitI Expo'wrs s rf frto BrIts h g
bare to be In Lndeno by the second wfek 190 re 107,0 on,
in. April T lntle Isver little time to 13 l 000 the pro rviri i, ei. of this
il T seao I wt 4 <00 Caniaa 47.000 the
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February 11, 1906 J AM I. I A T11 M E 17

PANAMA NEWS. 'ff the fe is not l n 00
THE MARC 0e 'ip'ROVEMENT. went for two XWr or bet. with loss ofWe
9 property sd i of license. i
(Frpr Sa and Aergtd.) I l uAwu V*W' two d~gwrs have OI
The Saalry DepsatenIt is devoting
all Its energy to te exteriatio of the T, "he 1 nse traes of rubber lands
ito Color d 9ay." wh1cb cover the
aryof *osq enters" all over lWare part of the pelialas Proviorb of .
the town are lingll on the traoubled 8i Sai i bve itoe the hands
waters, and playing sem covertlpngs of Aerit sts. *
barrels and other deposits of water The itnilalg rsetative is now
Vantks !Xee poo a drains (and in with a1 hud4red ad fty am opening up
mIe esies drinking water) have been hhas, laab ut camps, bu-bilding
oiled also ponds and dtbes, whenever !mek Ystint g tie-way for the gejn
there i an interval of more thau two ." Vdeft of the tertory. We I
days witheat ral-. ba collected a large quality of
the irtI
Governor Davis of the Canal Zone The *
asauinees to the employees of b large med eubstantls Iu-ildings have gone
CommIheion that refusl to pay jst l ove tow. and .se Ve o -
6"l ootew on the strenrth.1.L the have ..... I existence.
emloes sttufs sib us The Bthe of w8o, e Myk
cleat aus for d...a.L -ibeen i.ite s I the iner parts are large- I
There were 105 death in the City of and olid, of some and ortar.I
]Pa.w, during November, dcrease Il l ex tht the mroir a Aneon Clothes r than Snow.
of 19 from the preceding month. til tiul wuiff pleteamtia two mt I.
were still births. This, merely a 'sideissue a regards
Within two weeks very nesily eight the regalv system of water wbrks, will M= R n8M 00 r.T M ir
hundred mon have arrived from Rarbados, have an estimated capacity of 1,000,000 Makers of
Jamaica. other West Indian Islands and gallons. ,
Boeas Del To, -, and been employed on The main reervoir or aqueduct at KEEN'S MUSTARD
the canal. There are few artesas Paraiso has been completed. rhe walls
among this number, the overwhelming bring the water thirteen feet above the
majority are common laborers. Most old level, adding 250,0().00) gallons to its WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.
have been employed by tbe Engineering normal capacity.
Department and been put to work on The Rio Grande i. pouri-g i-Lo the
the Great alproblem Cut, the Gbralter of reservoir 3,000 000 gallons per day. The
the canal problem. pipe leading to the city has been laid for

ed on the United States cruiser Boston, clear up to the hospital. All the pipes
lying in iths bay. The doctor and the necessary are not ye. on hSad. There 11
paymaster are among the 8, are two hundred men engaged on this
In Colon the vitilanes of the head sesion. The day when Pa wUll have
watehmin of the railroad is due to the a fresh water supply from the quedet
discovery of a sysem of thethnA i cannot be far distant. The men on the




a Ba wa peree o omingoat with a As a reslt of earthquakes li Tnessaly,
watd bohman so captum-red the thief. He was In Sprta.w as a caon en oftherait



immediately taken to the station, andybad Mach damage has been done, and traiffec
his pto re take free of harge s s o ended. Prepared only by the Proprietor. TtonkAs BeE Str Itidee,
T weIZaIa Government a to erect an D troyed Sold EverywheEahquake.



immense modern sanltarium at some |jT n11 ilftVS- SLd E-
a w am tor apptoahe t pu y vre by ang direcy p n~ .

La s P o any other part of the system.
which centuries ago was preftably wit. cAm E8 OA
worked bloy the 8lpeoah ad w epited i Greece, s dles s, trLoyed and So e.
re ently pa hase d from Mr. Mverie rai- persona *We and Wm .._ .e
eosper by a repre a tative ofn rt, s oeqee of the ra. Bost F s ae e neMa i ee L
immed a rtelyh eken of the ord Much de has been dexe, and traffic Ch. O, A.
hi p re tke free of harg suspended. hofs by ee apdote .ttdL "s
Mr. F. E. Waldron, business man in re-sac H eu samepase, vrugo.. S..
ctrt~o wate barrees appoed depsaty lof T-epV.peesia.Jadig.es.,ea as.haan sss
olNmmee moder n sat l e at some .- r P- .......... so w T T I
po er alo thbeen add of t he lise a st of Tot- ..ryess.a B....... T. W.
rot her ds aesbyhlt" o r ol thedase, without~ editing disorder. i




Ln m 5.M inaaoOf LO. ae any other.ptoas ..rt of thde m. tnribed i ll
a otdl d'aet aR that B ofrsed inftaca- p atuaj r rsee amAF.... a | .'I,3j 4f Tfl L lmits of th it o ...an ay sT .....o.W.na ..a ... b a
wrhh water must be made peaqtsto 5 m0Ma0. k...........c' Jacka b$g ot gnzuzg1S1 b ei n
Heopt by a reprentratoive o a Resbou s-Tee A Clic, o rft nSwak"Ma NIL -




pf, ad a ll rich vinoo aet of pre hs bees mext nI wsmessa. l M .... t




s. that there deposet of water are s. e S- p lary ....... ......1 addition to the rg a e tra m
arsaogeIthat mosquitoes aaunet breed tn a_.. W-u or themr F. ET WaldroLn adirs min In w<1aeb S
o s of rthi orduin ane lay offeod-. Di puty 1 0w (t ---og as e s I s.
reable tor ParI t 0 sold. of t. PI-son E a I& IIIII e r withs
se*abelha# been aotng up st o hiefiy a by is pret7
or tabe dvr easel y for alt o i 1f4s l Mim L
plbO i IW O, of tw o of P"I.. .. Al ... ..... .......




pre 1 de Oranges, ia Bananasd BB -AT'u of B ocu smt
resolution regarding the standard of the PINEAiPPLES, i a Lovel Dp lavy r (c ,oe.. Del la i imemita
lmg lIquors, the miatium for whisky andi a every .es.pio oT oj a P, S ga L t IPerfmes en t .m swtelst f F rs.
ilported rum shall be 18 degrees CentI .Reontes Oriders in a mianer and upon --.JALL T SIaS ?0 B5 A&. '
grade, and for seco, native rum and ani terms that leave nothing to be desied. O el a,-.-. IR 4irl4B. I'Kr l
ado, 21 Carcier For breaking the l1yw, .. ... ,.J .-,. 1. adJitf Cl tth&EJet KB-Z OWrJkJI
the first fine is $25.00, or imprisonment for !.able APddre.- 'Optmist, m l, gstO 4 KINi STREET.
thirty dais, or b.th. Upon subsequent U IeTABLI8HaD 1880. TIL.PIONN .. -lt hig.hI. F s-.tand 1e.
Rti goluity standI hi i r ce sta lea rw .















PHISOPY xx.7,I
AKRt IN EDUCATION
U tbe trafa i 1 dPlato't dIm w O.
ams tbere onewe rst sigm,(l|Eda.-
, by Poetry, Mythsbom my Maast-

"abdag To
s Irtr e are to be ebjeetd ; to the
meeWd eal t choose mOd or those
Altim who are-aouor" reof odvg
In deaHowith the teaching by art,
fla t b u that maa was so onetitau
ted that before he could reach priaciplesa
he must through a eurse of piterial
bmeaing ; Le a ooearse in which traths
e prem eted tohe miad through means
of piturs. He therefore reew- ded
th me aof the noble lie," or the teaching
of truth through a seeming untruth. As
g. -h beauty as coacealed, or uanonfsions law.


U & law repre1e o r a veu
ast as aow, but rather as accident
and caprice. In this sense a beati-
1al eeme is one in which nature
seeq a to be merely at play ; it doed not
mggeat she idea of law. or at least it
dot,. not reveal it. But yet thero it a
err ain order which can only be rep ra
seut-d by law ; it is law andcr the vil1
o* play .nd asecet-at. So whei we cairy
the aUSocKieatio of art to the higher
rmgio of beauty of character, it dces not
amena the laws of morality rigidly carried
at. but a character that set ma to grow
Md expw itself naturally, ad yet it
bi repeated by law. It eeems a uere
ereo eo, yet we are a esoloeso
tat what seems aa seeident is nbe ex-
pre nm of the highest law of enodact.
Aw ide o m ao ue ei of
und pc "ta Iheisties to highest
ab ait6 diag so be found hime
f the eee ytof Ytology.
And as -m is a semmous being be must
mehr the regis of reason bpassing
likr h the regis of sense. e ou;h
wE wONd ie the symbol of Ideas,Mandit
,ft tk et of art to mae ttohe appear-
MsO tt hide tie reality of things,
immpwe~. ; and thereby prepare men's
amais tar the apprehension of higher
truth. Truth in its abstract form cannot
be presented to the mind. especially of
m1tkk1. nmtbe pr.cunted in some sea.-
Gmm erma. Snee a eorreeted Mythol.
tkA 4o met meoa what some try to
S e exptain tnhe marvellos tin
tbd ng euteetaiu things~
tM tn meem that be eojeeted to, and
waMd lee em, it is paritae. He wolT .
bme 4L. ha ep4 ,pa mted, as *os*e
mm4 a as, I em l
al Sef u- OW form. Let th
S hasdW aSOree f rledom Ass
jfttat with avoiding antlropomorphi.-
a" hemeralkay to tbe goda. Ie thus
dJes aet reject Mythology. as others did
+. db Ownisams .-erOwn4 tS. ,
he lasM and tiper eoid paint, they
e e S ae pa- them s like them

7eaiateas he mo eane a oer the
a p"di gsob whites U and tM n

mt ens an a emnea de ditasaarMe e


VA 7& eM.. I. Aw .A


amel of Novwa Sootea.
ta the pt yer the t c
afls she henna aesu er

*ON ioumafs d.owerper
k-~~.. k|~t w 411Jl


I iI o dw-lm.-IIW
ds~taL wMhdbdik
sib 8,1M W". so~I~ed

~ hsiemet& newA aviesat
V~bno IL istmposiherop, s.


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tlhe R M. to Op- Taylor.e Mter the
the 9- n ft, retpeh eM -eft lmt
uti, but he ie ry ppar, d the
oWt room o "tlire met w me oba
dton of evwybody. be he- been a euffee
planter for over el yews, after retiring
ant own to tble the C ta
Th applnoimst ela now Cuto. nmmm
the eaar. g t J. of all thaJ. P
se- thate a t wieat mln of th
Peace =isa sued, and te cereiommy. wblsh
took plaes in tbP Board Room, omuape
soe timle. The oath was adib4e6ered
by tbe R to Capt. Taylor. After te
swearing in, the lunch wa served la the
court room upstairs, and 28 g-4tlea
sat down to tible. the Cuntos taking
the ebiar. Bedeem J. Pf., tbere awm
a number of premineat 1men. After
ltb usual toMsts hbd been drunk
the health of the. ('natne -e nas


in a neat peeeh by the BlM. Mr. IMs.
son. It was drunk with musical honoutis
Capt. Tayior in h a reply mentisoed the
fet i bat he had been rather a nuisance to
the Government, but that the Govern
meat never refused anything it it coal
be shown that it was yoar der, and thst
be always tried to prove not only that a
thi, w~as a bsnetit to the people, but also
a benefit to the Government themselv. s.
He said that he preferred working behind
the scenes to going into the Council.
After a few more toast had beeo dis-
posed of. te company dispersed about
3pm. The mie was supphei by Capt.
Taylor's own gramaphone, and a couple
of soab by Melba were much appre-

Colonial Cricket Team.
The team that Is coming over this
rnhg from Australia toWangisad quest
*fIewMsh "bilmade p as f2ow:--
*J. Darling [Soth Austraia].
*M.L A. Noble [New South Walk.
V. Trmper (New 8outh Wales].
*t. Doff (New outh Wale.],
*S. Gre[ory [New 8outh Wale.].
*J. J. Kelly UNew South Wales].
*A. J. Hopkins (New South Wales].
A. Cotter [New bo mh Wales].
*W. P. Howell [New South Wales].
*W. Ar-strong {ietori].
*O. Mc LeOd VWxiesx]
*C. Hill [8oth Autralia].
A. t. iebs [Soath Australbl].
P. M. Newland [South Australia],
*PrevieoM vMuter.
There are only three aew mea-Cotter.
Gbrs, and Newland, sad the last named

W. G.Gracese s ofi a trog bas-
ti amd a leldi at I ke weaest inI
bowl that ha ever veitd Eaglad
OCttwema bumpy wiseket will no doubt
bsdmam'rosa Glad Darting .I e ooiga.
theaelmaion of Darlting, after his *are.
*3 I a


The ofSerl the Aastralia team to
piM toambAfrtanafamr tte alala .Is

W vlm eAlpk tem Slvt o tehO AMftim
dIrilw M. It wee saMiud wtat
in'itatis, be seat to Os rybbeM
ub to etdo emta tamsto th MuAs.
and thatL d.Hawkeibf w ofhi bgrea.i
ktmetaIteeMth Afrimabhe ad"d co.


Dr. W.


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At Are, con2 1Mg en 5etWdaY
Not puble BUTL fMr. Gintso Chris
No Polie w as iw" at. -The BIn
keski uStWl eusse emsn-A-. We
Macla r~rt the remoival fhees
oflee


I 6w sn"t Ow
Baly W& k e % The ar-
. A 00 C d-
da mBy. rwlk e ary,
low H. Sath SpertMst of te
jImft8ebyispee- ofMs lart. who
d to edge-nl-tong e flompth.
At the Opw Panl Us the onew mredi
dent prd4ed. W e had very irtqi
S*inr-by Mr.MrwhkiUsonrood .ri
tbalka 9owhioh hek M i s heso bb bbep
l owihto do a stady of a
Liu-mood byh bim, Brownig's

At 1130. there was the Con-oratlon
Meidai wbih she Rev. Lea eodLm eted
He ave an ddrean ComMrattoe."
Tbe roll of the Soeletles wa called. The
hyn of the BelevUe Sooiey ader Mr.
Brown, wm speealy ntely given. The
Junior aiy It Ue Baptiat, and the
PnelMe a rd taWerfey Ohiapet,
eloased a beawtlural seris of meetings.


On Sunday "Christan Endeavour Day,"
there was a united service of the Seniors
and Juniors nl the Kirk; Mr, Marwick
spoke, touching on the movement, and
made an earnest appeal for decision for
Christ.

Hampshire-St. Catherine-
On the 2nd Mr. Cradwick visited the
district for the first time. He was invited
to come by Mr. A. M. Edwards, Jor., who
attended the Agricultural Course in
January. Mr. .J. Brya. prded and
spoke of hi kindes"-.-- reality and pla's
takingmnes as a teacher.
KM. Cradwilk addressed the audense
for about an boar on Agriculture as a
Be pointed out that a Bruach Sosty
Is -si-a-yo On the Od prautleal lee.
ture. were given at Mt. Bermon, aad at
the eultivations of Mr. Bryan, and to the
Aeld ofMr. L. W. Nation. We hope to
form a Branch Society on March 17th.

Heavy Coffee.
A German review contains an srtele
on a new adulteration of coffee. The
routed beans are plunged in a 5 per cent
solution of Lorax, and then left to dry
The borax makes them shine, and absorbs
water, thus adding to the weoig of the
coffee. The way to discover tulngn
as fraud to to dry the coffee, adttt
loses cver 4 per ceat of its weight there
has been a rndauiLent abeorpton of
water.


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AXN O T T OO.
j Wa fro w Bay oa the saroute
to Gpto biRoseHUil splng and tha br
a iba ap where ame are at n theer par
moweate ou the pvia=. Women who .
vwo c to oserket have to arods- t
te riv froTofTbedalbop. Ite i rs i to
thkr iwas adeai. T. h M is
etoe a ea ab~~~ Nmes Work
De pirtoo, too no notle of the -..

Buff Day. The body was taken In a oet
tobeburtedat ome. The wifeof the
decwaed m- to aeopay the orpe
witb a young baby. She had to real,
in wetclotaes on the sop piua for tho
night among with over some 30 or 40
women, who ae to market and wore
dripping wet, being severely beaten wthb
the rain. The river could not be crossed
as it was at Ui teMt hijght. Not
unI unay mornIeg co these nnfor
tomats emuIl me t heir hooms.


All tat wanted is a foot bridge.


Injustice to Teachers,
Please allow me space in one of your
val able columns, to express myself in
what I claim to be an iDjustice by many
school managers, to teachers applying for
schools. One of the clauses in the
Gaz tie distinctly s y8 : To make sure
of a reply, a stamp is to be enclosed."
I know of teachers who apply for school
oaveral times enlosintg stamps, but
neer heard a word from sueh managers,
I eanot but my that thoee managers do
appropriate the teacher's hard earned
stamps to their private use.
9ON INTIRESTED.


Shot a Thief.
At Balaelave on Saturday night last
at about 11 a gun shot was heard also
the yelp a of a man. This serpn to
comm from aom p.e idlua. grounds. In.
q Te being made but to the prent
ter person, ha been dieoered
Stealing i provision ground Is fearful.

The Trelawny Show.
The Trelawny Show comes off Monday
9tah April at Parnassu Common, Clark a
Town. a few eh11a from the Town.
Rather a better place the folks think than
at B agam. The t osuittee is working
hard to MeS It a seeeeas.


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I .7 I IlI
0t4 3-ta, V- OU ho W__E __ __ ___ _I
Stodnts at nding 3 times week, 8s nth
7* S... d... S. S. LESS S FOR TEACHER .
Ditto ditto ditto 4, d
Marine Garden's HoteL He.1'i 11 note for Oiristiat, Th.Ought.

0ye fro man.- ana again. mey saw This goe of j'.e nev ,O Be
S .U S ais Mo& LEION VIII, FIRST QUARTER, INTR. ~ an J s oniy with te ba d s s l in
ArtfUto PNATIONAL 51WI8, 1 f9 I sILv he (io, M1. 22; Mant Ix, 8). to.- tie -liie WhIZ 4 Jesse-
.lag an" tyIg the man, who did not S a* Be hol" a tim ,a
Poote aapea t te ., MJo.-7, 15.V hew If who spoke to him and oW .0000 trust t-
o. 1, TmoriloB, Ktgst-. m~aewry v eW. at 0- o. TOt, | tbiorsf olWd not bTav faith to be JIn40 *ma roe" b
IRULAND BnO., Theatr nal, 3 My :-- Johb vs. 9-c tar Prar. heal Jews said to bhi, "Rise. take Cavasw sry '.i s ther hiAnd 1s
This is to earthly tha the ear, Mr. d oe b. p be amo4 walk" (verse 8). and am ds or
C. JN by ANM F1 y as 4 I mno0,tm) he was whole and obeyed abese; lifte pu -g of wat
and he performed his ddoLs Iaft While reading any book that Is worth his Heer. t being the Ibath day. %hen we Myer etd for It we tlh
r.. I D d (ad hrst. should ha he Is soon found fault will I the re- sbaft of bt h O eead &be"
A Merehant in g w .a re an r v, liglous critics, who would her see us; las angel happiness wil
a lMs agv -D& time for others) we I do weul to aot&be mW inae hiplp46.thaH lr toa 'om
b -e, and be performed his duties to a that which we learn as we proceed. In walk and carry ids beb on the Sab- ---
hihly sautsfetory manner. I this gospel we bave seen that Jesus la bath; but be cannot teu them who life.
aKingtov, Jmainea. the Creator of all things, that in Him healed him, for be did not know the --
0 1.10 alone Is life, that He is the Lamb of man who spoke to him at the pool Jesus Christ founded BE Chuar on the
Kingston School of Music God who taketh away the win of the (verse 13). truth. He trusted oaeiter to poHities,
ingston oo uscworld, that He is the Son f God, the How meek and lowly our Lord was. power, science, philosophy, nor skill. He
95, Duke Street, Kingsto. is th o e ever doing gxmi and de-iring to be un- came to bear witness of the truth.
95, Duke Street, Kingston. King of Israel and that all who receive el
Si T- Him become children of God. cppter known' When the man afterward bhist hunaen polities prsoeetheire oae,
Ir oe tt aMf1hfilI i suggests a risen Christ, a temle learned in the t.n!iple vc .o healed hinm whlst pooer strugjea with power, .bilst
IlaILDB. ii suggests a risen ('hrist, a temple and told the .tews .v tht t It ws Jesus. 8 leL ce exhaut.s sciece, the philosophy ut
Day and Evening Classes in cleaned aofnd point onward to the then these religious idolaters who i da buies the philosapby ot yesterday,
marriage of the Lfnb. Chapters i;i sand the skilful tire taken in their own
PIANO-FORTE, SINGING and iv show us a religious ruler and made the Sabbath and all their fensts net@ ; the wheat fallen from the hand of
THEORY. a sinful woman and many others re- to be their gods sought to slay their God into t hand of sad o the
eelving Him as the Christ, the Saviour Messiah because they could not or band of ianto the bosom of tIb earthk
Private ees. of the wo rd and a wole ho old g would not believe that He was their egetates, grows up, sad rpm ; it l
Prizes offered by some of of the world and a whole household Meah. There are idolaters every- gathered in, sates, and manklad lives.
leading Profesor of England, to be Cpernaum elevin. on Him e where in Christendom whose suffer-
e peted for by Examination only. they had seen something of His mar- i ,unless they repent, whos surely When r is but olfHe it
relous power. Now we nd Him i likely to betomeh deel
Monthly7 Mu o At Homs. Jerusalem at a feast of the Jews. Idolaterts who never seard of t hreh the
Terms. -et., apply as above We know that Jesus when in Jeru- dolaters who never heawo rd of Christ.- does not want to make h eae for
salem often went to the temple. His te John t ord Little h wats us to grw stg
mother found im there when He was dren, keep yourselves from idols" (I ass grow strong only with e s .
only twelve years old, and In His pub- J o rds "Sin no more" to this a nd tea wof *i It
Lie ministry He often taught there. We Our Lord's "Sin no morV" to this "Idat o 4 mt is
ministry He often man (verse 14) and also to the woman sfferi" A large pt t e of
"OlO, nd Him there in this lesson also in chapter ii, 11. doubtless had refer- rHi h lpesa a our 1Stvear come
(v ere 14), but we are not told of many ence to their special sins of which they throughIlls expertimee of bomptatem.
y other places that He ever visited. It had been guilty, but 4 John i. 1. is a It the opportunty we make th
b awas just like Him to visit this Bethex- word for every believer and includes makes us.
T H ehol buildings aresurrounded by da (house of mercy., where so many all sin, These things write I unto ake us.
extensive gronds. The boarding sick people were, that He might heall s, hewrt
extensive ground. The boarding sick people were that e might e you that ye sin not." Hle who saves *" THE BIBLE IN THE WORLD.
school is under the direct supervision of some of them. The prices we choose i ople from their sins (\at_ I_21)_
tBePrincwpal.w reaoelasiesot rebea pto visit when away Trom tome or ea ltfrom their sins (Matt. 1, 21)-
Matron- w. L A. C all rto it w away ro Is able to do it moment by moment, This us a new magazine ast Ttartei
StatPron-Mrpl A. Cr oelll, a while on a journey indicate where our yet we ever need the blood that cleans- by the British and Foreig Bible .e
sistants J. e. Marshall, rA. P. heart i, whether we are living unto eth, and He sees sin where we see it ito e provided with very os eaesWg
(late of York astle and B ea) C. self or unto HUm. ,none. for "the thought of foolishness in )Smtter by- wt s well ow
romwell Gradatto HMl Bus. Instateu, This pool was by the sheep gate (r on Iam Me L re., Ambsead Oba
Pro peetuses on appliestion to (zpargin), and this takes us back to In era 88, 6 7, 37, of o lesson pared oned of eto.
A. No Neb. l, where w ind n ver 1, chapt we have four witnesses to aeles t is e is
lelndly ended at the eep gate and that Chrit-John the Baptist, the works f title Aead With The W l."
The ters began 16thJanuary, 1906. the priests began the reb ilding, and thFather and the erh) prim is e p y.
suggests that there is no real health tures In ve s 2 2, we 8UNDAYhave the8
two resurrection of the just and S-. UNDAY o-'SRVANCBS.
t f for body or soul apart from Him who just at the beginning and end of the -,
itiis for us was brought as a lamb to the mSlaal hour Cowir ba Spai and Fran e have
us_ B manslaughter and who by the sacrTice of milleiasal hour. Comparenday nraues law&s.
ofthVWti-n- It. HinilI provide'm -defora2 we have the present age The a. 4wwk
d the dir...o. f--.the e.. 8. ..eH-,ims elfr- provides re.demt. r ,ho ven, all who i h h Is ht to m-igtb.Q fto
Bor, w^r w .wU aipmm Am t who. like sheep, have gone astray (LW- 1711 A N eu+_to In fl4a 06-
BrathWatte, wit Compete" Ainkstats. lift se hav never cease to thank God for verse 24., labour In n-s sad shope *ad trsaspor.
-- o.'-. The facts- mentioned In c.n for by it in 1873 1 learned tlmt. recelv- totla is limited to six day. That 9 th
The It me toe at- on -_a ahrist. --ad eternal -l-"f and to be a MWe r for Anra legislators
merolfand Classical Edattilon. To h with this pool are tat at a. ert Iould ,atr come Into judgment tor he d bt&r f
reuauiementa of the Cambridge Local season an angel conmnalcatede to the .
samlnlations. water healing properties a whoever
Spwda aresat~- stepped In rst was mad whole of SUNDAY NOTES. What a PictUr
he Young Lalee-Plan sea FaMl whatsoever disease he had (verse 41. T,__ a .. 1 _v V __ a"
WRk iw great the contrast between, the use a a y -M 1 0D s* IAvlg ji ge g n & og J*g2 s
.e_ Studentso engaged In ._.S ~~balwug of only onWat a timeU and aoe e u a i uu wS wt 01...s ta a.. ain abm a ti
1 0ak. atement as Luke Iv. 0 "All they Tt A mbum ad o, h po, W. a seeing *mod a Umea.k
OIeL-Paa o, r Shot that had any siek with divers diseases I otam g Slkog, a s .I wIit Ie a J A SCA TImau tMis t5
^^ akdTsataqes a Chrtstia Howe Rils handoso every se et fma t sehelrown attini iy* W teretl 1si*j Yte t 'he-he

r pttl p to ed cold not be very Impotent, for aT of Te am ti 104
IEV. 8 R. BRATHWAITB, he mut get in frst in ordbr to be whatm m, aster 7asdm ele te Jamha. Whew wba a
181, Prfin5e StreU. healed, at aa ainert we aW utterly ml yo't DAvid Livingstoae I* myou knew that Itt ade to
SImpotent was the lHmaa in the woret to -bee aA aib Zadge qutl..e
CURB CORN8, BUNIONS and The ea of -he' man thirty-lght ha bewas what he ma a bluethf, WhStr And their bite h T a
8woi Jolnt with years impotent sla truly pitiful and nt what ahis Ms-.r had aade t14. iht abomid and other sid bsat.
D_ eRA IRE r t f e u r wrds w i* were constat mn h' "The people are ext dor to asa
DJi. R MIM R.Z S... of every .i.am. sl and "Sir I were: ear G d and wor hard," Thy war kw clothe al haveM
's havenomantop I eOOld have a fier motto. and, no Iattito a. and spend ihi rest of the u siepiag
Thin as silk. Never falls, would touch any heart, but how deep- o a better, node. coats tares."
Price Sd., poutagre Id. extra. Country ly it touched the heart of Him who -- The nt wap per man akedt if thee w*.
orders promptly attended to. seeth not as man seeth and who saw Those who borrow trouble multiply it, 4rtrul store es'e, from peras who Ihal
A, MARTINEZ, sole aeot. some speelal sin back of this Imps- and then lend it to their fre;d". been here. Oe tofrmnataad no, bt the
Cuba Elegante Shaving Parlour. tence (verse 14). -- utorte had travelled ound ho. smk
72 H arbour Street. How necessary are the words, "Cease This would be a od world without so' folks, gettlag dtatorted as thai t.nt
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Dr.Afr0 A.mi,
W D. &eta, etc.
specialist i ir io Diseases.


Maime the Wek wel, the Weak surong
sad the Streag atreeger. He will put
years t) your Life, sad Life to
your Teams.
Dr. Alf. Meads, M.D., etc., etc., will
wistt Bed Hills, etc., every Tuesday and
Main ng'e Hill, etc., on oth, r days.. He
having emvcved from 09 EFst Street will
give due notice is a fortnight of his Con-
tultiag Chambers in Kingston.
If you are Sick, Don't fail to consult
him-. ne wUI Cere every Disa-e Curaba-.
His Medieines go dceetly to the spot.
I.ive in re.s.t. This is a Practicalr


and Progressive Age. Progress in Chem-
i-tiy and Therspeutics generally make
Medical Knowledge as exact as pos-ible.
Don't live 100 yea-' tn the past, follow-
tag 011 Ideas and Theories. Imnestigate !
IVrejud!oe and Crude Theories b,.ve killed
mo-e people than all the Ravage* of \ ar.
Flitia them aside. Whatever be your
s'l'ieut, )ou come to im' Do not 'eiepiir.
I ha,, nured oth, r- anm I (, nuo, -ee khy
I can't ctne you L'n olicited re-tiuo ials
confirm Read the follouwig :-
Bad Eyes for over Two Years
better by Treatment.
Spanish Town. 17 King Street,
19,h Nr.vmber. 1904.
Dr. tlred A. Meads-Sir. I feel much
betWe asmee taking the uediciue the eye
dea' (treoule me a nee taking it, but it is
fmished,. u I send to see i -you could tend
another bottle until I come cver. I
emreely ase my glasses again, only be
iea- Iam used to it.
NtTHRAVEL BLOWN.
Hacking Cough, thought it
was Consumption.-Cured.
MATILDA FRASCIC. of Kington, saiy :
I had been sbuflrina for a lengthened
period with a backing Congb. I thought
was in consumption, but, thank God,
Iemr treatment has radically ored me.

Oum Ut me. Write or call.
O5"ee He --8 a.m., 1 p.m., 5 p.m.
CEAMGK MODBRATZ




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CMkma Boa. 0.1. Ohs&. J.
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m~wft of aim
whbk~ .ao1* -OWingSo 1h0in*


mow every -g
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46 an aWPA tRoyal Sres.m


OBNERAL GRIPPBNBERO-


General Grippertberg of whose retire-
maot from command of the Second Kait .
stan Army in Manhurtia. he eel.lea have
told us this week* wa bhorn au far back as
1838, the year in which Emancipation
was proclaimed it tbhi island. Be is
now thi rd fore 66 years old.
HiM retirement eoineido n nearly with
that of Priooe Mirsky as Minister of the
lnter'or that one may be'allowed to doubt
whether it it ill health alone that has led
to the evet.
Certain it Is that his appointment to
command t be army was attributed to the
Ipflurene of the Prlnce New the Prince
reiaes ad OGrppe1berg follows him.
Probably his retirement makes les aensa.
tioa la Rsta thea i d his appointmeat.
He was taken from eommnad of the
military district of Wilna to go to the.
front, this being done Sept. 25th 1904
The Car In naming him referred to his
years of service, warlike exploits, and


MAINLY ABOUT PERSONS.
Father lP t'tel TVs enoBSJ.. who
spreat hlma b at Holy Trinlty
Cbrsbemo m y has left the Island for
the States.
A mwaper ito be ettlimbed tn
Thbet, edid y a Moravian miMiomary
uamd Fnam&he.
PaWearers r steamer La PNatata.
eludedfor -uapand ; Mr. J. 0. Smih, Mr.
Demit, Mr. W. Wolf, M.P., Mias
May, His MoHour Mr. W. W. Fisher, and
Mrs. and MUIe Flaber; Mr. J. W. aed
Mr. & Goeedwbl. For Trinead: Mr.
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&ad my. sad Kra. CrOWg
Mr. P. Nemede jamsalca, who has
bes heldS Obhe Moslem. police to,
6I-s time beebee trned.
Dr. Usuiimgon Aintroag has re.
mewedhis D64eMmat to W East street
We amsphavedle asnousee the birth
do*%Mw bertMr. A. 'isadUm
IhVWlin* ad the Mone. The bAne


e'-I t took plae at QaetLec Lodge 0 e
6th.
We repet to amasuse the death of
Mr. West, the aiarist, aho died to
Kit getmo ea Wtdesday last week.
Mr. We-t same here from Canada. He
wa-. a very praetial ard Interastlng
wi w ally, very aseh out of the oom.
ror, the memor'el of the late T. G.
W ght the sum now subsoribed is 91.
Kigtoma gives I21.


wide rxpertence in the warlike training
of troops. Be has been a soldier 50 year,
servedd in the Orimes, in the Polish In
eurrection, distineuipbed himself in
Turkestas; a r'lon-l of the Guards won
a fight in the Russo Turkish War, and
became Corps Commander in 1904.
Traiued under the famous Gourko he is
credited with rapid decision, tact, de-
scription, strategy of the first rank, and
with poseeaing the absolute confidence of
his troops.
But he said to be unpopular with offi
cers, and to be none to strong. He hub
suffered frouepoplexy'
Like Srors -el he is of foreign origin,
being a German (and a Proteftant) with
some Ffnamah blood in his veias.
The Army which he now resinsa eom
mand of was made up of the 4th, 8.b,
16th, and 6th Army Corps, General
Rusnakl was bhi C ofI.

It to said thbt Mr. Ste mane, the gen
tieman who proposed the Men's Inst
te whih did not some off, will It s
maid not leave JamaiCa be- probably will
go in for fruit business here.
The Rev. O. H. Cole M.A. was a
Kingston this week among the many
Clergymen who eaxe up to Sycod.
After a brief illness Mr. Edgar
Mareste-Smith died JaLu.ry 28 h in
Trinidad. He was a pAilar and public.
sphited lawyer.
The following serve as official umpires
for the CrAket season 1905 --
Dr. D. J. Williams, Major L. G..
Oramhk. Maior T- T RebTr.h--Mar,


0.H. BuronJ. Vast uVlIsr R K
Rume. W. Morison,'R D.
W H. Jobuown, G.- R. oz G. 0. Linton,
0:. ft Saw. 0. ID. Wylite J. TWOle, U.
Ktaibb, D.IR. Nall G. I. R.Abraham A.
BrvLn and A. &, Morrison
Mi.-. ,Me Leed. t gse4"ral mana-
crof the Bank of Now* Beoit ansd Mir
P Rutvisit Jam "I~~ t Lbse Md L i


The Rev. B. Livinto, Baptist at Stin
Adre. arrivedat Ktangton by the Ln
Plats from lo.
Mr. I. 8. WdleoXto. of the Celoaei
Bank, left by the La Hnte for Domealni
via Barbadoe to take up his 'ew appoia.
meat la 'the Bank theeo. Mr. Weir aett
a assimtat easier t Kin4ston in th.-
piee of Mr. Witoxou, to whom we off t
our warm good wfhhes for happLess and!
prosperity.


AF w V W#7


JBbW, ** 6- fsre6o4d will l*e

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whole eneat M- one of meh ansotal da-
flaetion. Mr.L C. Guy, Editor of the
Telg a A, proposed the health of the
yon arthteeaot.
JW, Burt., for the past five yes
amtron at BuS B t Hospital, has beeu
tranoferrre to Port aria and suceeeded
bytre matron of the Montego Bay Hoe-
pimal.
The Rev. Loveridge, Baptist, sailed on
the Toeags to reoe bhe hi duties on tha


Isthm.s.
Mr. 8. Snow, late of the Locas C. C., is
now in London. .
Tte pr-elt(is al St. Matthew's King.
st(-n (t: SutdL& i~r tLe Rev. W. Farrar
M.A.. B.D in i be tuoring, and at night
the Hev. G W. 7lTon'-on.
Mr A V Kinridni. P M for King.
Pton h;: > >ei m leave ( f L,.1 r e.
Di. Ui'nie who is ncw in London i in
ouch Lei;tr health Lban he Has.
Mr. Gcre'on Andrew,, Island Trewaurer,
to expected back from the States on the
14th.
The Rev. T. P. George is acting beere-
tary uf Synod.
We regret the continued illness of Mr.
W. C. Murray Editor of the Cornwall
Hw ld.
Miss M, M. Cole, a stem nt of Mr.
Wanier, has won a *Ptman Certaficate.
Dr. Lamb, the occullat, is bask in Ja-
malca.
The b ewlow sailed in the Tags. for
Cot1o4*Mr. M. C. ;Vn0i, aora R.
eun, Miss E. Dixon. Mr, Win. Wind,
M .are h nd tw .ehldrn, Mr. 8.
rcao. Mr. H. a. Mr. Alexander
Melntate, Mr- I Rtlph and Mr. D.
Henriques for Carthagena. 101 in tran.
sit, and 223 dcckers for Colon and Limon.

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SYNOPSIS.

I.-Mr. Irons, The Soldier of@ Oom-
merer," is expelled from pssIa be" A.
termtaes to return. I.-Komra, the
besatiful maiden eters the story. III.-
Shbe Is seized and her father murdered,
She herself is abducted. IV.-Irons lights
on the game of kidnap and In the end
gets arrested in the name of the Czar ."
V.-Alma Jnrnleff. the girl whom Irons
loves, bears of his imprisonment. VI.-
Irons is asensed of abducting Koura.
VII.-Alms plans a marriage for her.
VIll,-Prince Dellnikoff has as inter-
view with MLa. IX-He helps Alma
to go masq adng. X-Abl delivers
Harvey Irtns from pria. XI-The
fagitbes are hated Xli-They escape
in a ay boat. XIII-Relslatz overlaulI
tbe best, and a storm swamps it. XIV.--
The A.versae re seao*d and sepa"tu.
XV.-Hsrvey e*epes fro* the Hay boat
and falls inio the hands of thieves. He
meetrOrskoff agin. XVI.-Orskoff and
Harvey devise means to save their lovers.
XVIf.-Or off chooses love rarbr thean
obedience to the Car. XVIIL-A& orn
pact with the Robber Chief completes the
plan.

CHAPTER XIX.
THE RIDE TO SILOON PASS.
HE people of the village' swair
ed to look at the straigiers.
who seemed to be of a race
they looked, upon as enemies.
yet tbelr lbiet Palpak treated these
men as friends. Palpak was a chief who
gave no explanations of his acts, mnd
when he demanded horses for himsuilf
his brothers and his friends they wer.
at once forthcoming.
onmltan, the brother wb > had btic:
so eager to kill Palpak. wns mi;rose
and showed but little finvor to the
guests. The latter, confident that their
plans would be successful. treated himi
considerately. They thought not of
the risk they ran in g-ri-h, with rob-
bers for escort, into a country from)
which few travelers had ever return
ed. The moving power was love. an' -
love.laughs at danger.
From the village a winding path h,:
from the low shore land to a distant
range of hills. Along this their prog-
ress was rapid; but, arriving at tht
hills, they found a rugged, rocky road
over which traveling was slow: The
small horses of the Zannucks were
sturdy animals and went unshod ovet
the Jagged stones that covered the nar
row path.
i-S Th t nat-turan at ,Ar .>n t, t.. __-


-srmzmvw 1r 81 104P---" III &'Mn"" Ccusele-wncmm the ornhr buRIczIK S


mIent. A Russian officer In uniform.
accompanying their chief on terms of
friendship, was a scene they had never
contemplated. Some thought Orakoff
was a prisoner, though he did not act
like one. Harvey seemed actually to be
the leader.
Hidden Sonaep great knolln and at,
questered In fertie valleys were little
Villages seemingly devoted to peaceful
pursulta. Flocksaof the world fnamino
sheep, the skins of whose lambs ar,
sent to Persia, where they are madt
Into garments or cured and sent it
Burope and America, were browslnr.
on the hillsides.
All the herdsmen bore arms. On,
would have a rifle; another wore a betP


mn which two or three pistota went
thirty. se easried the old te spear
Their garb was most plcturegsqe. The


turbhaed Turk; the Jaunty Clicas-
sian. the Jacketed Greek. none of these
could match the gay dress of these hill-
ama
The road grew rougher and more dif-
ficult. They climbed laboriously, stop
ping often to give their horses a breath
Ing spell. On Pitier side the jagged
rocks rose to great heights and thl
mountains stood majestically about
them.
"No wonder these people cannot be
subdued," said Harvey. "Nature has
built for them a fortress that no guns
can better down."
S"The trouble Wi," said Orskoff, "that
nature does this only where a fortress
1w not neceswsy. When It comes to
guarding a city. placing a battlement
upon a passage between two seas. na-
ture may be gracious enough to bestow
a rock or two, but tsey must be fash
toned by the hand of man to suit the
purpose of defense."
"The reason is not that nature I1
grudging," said Harvey. "It is thai
man is so stubborn that he establishes
his cities in places where they can 1*
established. Nature's fortifications arc
in places where no one ever wants to
go."
"Except ourselves at the present time.
Hello! There is a big town."
They had reached a high point in the
road and looked down a sloping stretch,
Into a valley, where a town was laid
out that called forth exclamations from
both. Amid green and luxurious sur-
roundings, on the banks of a little
river that found Its devious way into
the Scythian gulf. this city of the Zan-
nnuks was laid out with a precision
that would do crruit to an linglish or
American town. Following the almost
straight line of the river, the main
street siretcihed a balf nile. On ti.-~
were the principal bazaars and market
places, with drainage directly into the
river. At right singles to this were
other streets, with houses of stone or
wood, ornamented according to the
taste of the owners, each having a lit-
tle patch of green and fruit trees and
garden.
"Orskoff," said Harvey, pointing to
an elevation back of the town, "proba-
bly the only thing this town lacks is ,
good drinking water. I'd like to put
up .one of my windmills and a pump
right there. I'll ask Palpak for a con-,


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well. Thee are my friends. to wheos
n moust abow hospitality."
"We will! We will! Thy friends
m ow r ,endO. 0 Palpak r'
'"Thbemie a to be said. The tress-
are ill be guarded until the tax of
a W WSaer alsM But there i sonme-
40* to Ine bese m w. Let my cap-
tal come to me while we eat and
rst. We most hasten away to obtain
mere treasure and pwftem a service
for my friends."
Be led them to the finest boue In
te p where woman waited pe.
t Wine and food were brought.
When they had finished, Harvey aad
Orskhff smoked and listened to the
parley between Palpak and his cap-
tains. There were ten of these, inlud-
g the brothers of Palpak. omitatau
was second In command rv reason of
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016 a ikM EDtuaIjPUAN i U *TCL.. -1 D lIIer
of Palpak.
"Is war declared?' asked one of the
warriors. "Have the hated Musco-
rites again threatened us?'
"No; it is not war against the Mus-
covites."
"What, then, 0 chief? Inform uin
that we may tight as becomes the Zan-'

"A aravan conveying much treas-
ure and that which is greater than
treasure, of more value than gold or
gems, will pass on the way to Bokha-
ra* It will be composed of the serv-
ants and soldiers of the ameer, who
ihA so frequently sent soldiers to mur-
der us and steal our children and cornm-.


polled us to pay tribute. These sol-
diers of the ameer have stolen two
beautiful girls, who were to be the
wives of my two friends. I was In
difficulty, andfthis one. the American,
assisted me and saved my life. The
other, a Muscovite officer, had us in
his power. but released us that we
might bring the tribute to you. m,
people. In return I have told them
that we would go to the Siloon pass
and rescue the young women they love
so well,"


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I"So confident are you in the success '
of the expedition that you can ta1k
windmillsl" Liscn, 0 w pcoptc.'"
"I've talked windmills nil lmy life. I "We are rendy: Horses will be
made them when I was a boy. I can brought froni the fields! Great Is Pal-
pick out a likely spot for one with my pnk. chief of the Zannucks!'"
eyeeit" .. .lpak. waved m& bhanda for allence
Harvey was Interrupted by the im- and, assuming a serious mlen.m sid.
petuons welcome given to the returni- "Listen, 0 my people! Before we.
Ing chief. start I have something to submit to
"Hail, Palpak, chief of the Zan my captains. It was at the cave
nucks!" cried the people, men. womei 1 where we hid the treasure. I had
and chihIr n rushiig to surrounJd theOw divided it according to my custom--
party. "W'hat hast thou brought to' a portion to each of my bredke, a*
\my the terrible tax the ameer lua pt) paort e myTef., anud the greater bulk
u{on us?" to be brought here and divided among
"Much treasurem my children: 'It i Iu people and to pay the tax demand-


44 W iy si-idM y W

by Yltn tum, ttced o tali. yo
life, I Was, e IV 4ipth AA oimu,
as I ut *aW 04 2 aD tenthe Russian-
wolders 4am* and feature us ail. But
thr lMwe of Doiamft~nru s t
the, ctVm M Or the captafto-to settle
upon a' poou-bbimvip"
"WilUzis Nte. hi m on a spesi
sam Pieeh"mhim h?'o-
Thees cries c!s, from anl Mm~
JDomltan turud7;E looke M~ d ap-
pealingly at'Nipik, but the thee ot
the eh(wsewas "obm,
"0 thief? madd a ePOW ~rkk.,,
"it *s wella"tha ie hnavekwknew
tbeiclef~to bealwys saft- ifI be ls
in danger romis ownbbuthen
Irmst may we eapsa &eonmom I?
ifthesoAothers bove Uunpftd -t*
bill thai. thaw ahI~UMMtA h ,..rn8,- It


is the will of the people that he whom
they love shall be protected and those
who seek to kill him shall themselves
be slain."
"It is so," said another captain,
"but this took place far away. Let us
give Domitan and the other brothers
of our chief an opportunity to explain
their conduct."
"It is well spoken," said Palpak.
"Let my brother Domitan, next in the
line of chiefs, who will be your chief
if I should die, explain his action."
All eyes were' turned toward Doml-
tan.
"0O chief, my brother," he cried, "and
captains of the Zannucks, hear me and
believe me! When we started in our
boat to the island cave to obtain the
treasure and bring it here. there wa -
no thought against our brother, the
greatest chief the Zannucks ever bad.
We love him well, but we drank much
wine, and in our wine madness thought
to overcome him and obtain the treas-
ure. In our right minds we would not
think of this. Humbly do we seek
pardon of our chief. We promise faith-
ful allegiance. We will fight by his
side evermore."
There was a murmur, and all -yew
turned to Palpak.
"It will be well it this s true,"- be
said. "I trust my brothers again. I
wish no confusion now. We will has-
ten to meet the soldiers of the ameer."
There was little delay. Homes were
being led in from nearby fld4s~m men
with arms were gathering. On the road
to the southward they formed, and it
seemed a formidable array. I'lAt rode
Palpak, with Harvey and Orskoff,
mounted on fresh horses. After them
rode a hundred men, divided In bands
of twenty-five, each under a captaia.
Then came another hundred under
Domitan, these being divided the same
way.
Harvey ad never experienced so dif-
ficult a ride At times they seemed on
the verge of going over a cliff and
hurling themselves a hundred feet or
mere to certain death, bet the rugged
little horses seemed to know every inch
of tbhrway a2d found stepping places
where a man could not as they wound
around the perpendicular scarps of
mountains.
"I wouldn't lke to do tble for a li-
lang" said Harvey. "I prefer to sell


whadu2its.
"This Ja real mountalneerlng," sa-
swered Orskoe. But their eyes did not
meet as they spoke, for Harvey. who
was ahead. did not dare to turn ble
head.
In crossing table lands they traveled
In sections, and Douttan often came
up and spoke to Palptk He had loat-
none 4 bhis surliness. Harvey could rot
undoattt why Palpak so easily for-
gave te.man who wanted to kill him,
Orkoff explained that he had talked
with the captain at4 learned that
DIaiitas wau much amired or te a
many erbitgm. of bwary.
"It Is a good thtSem in ws amt
tan lI not hlet," said Orskotf. *l
hate* us rorely."


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er camped at lzbt in a ravine.Th ey *.. Mo. in- ha


and cooks of the companies pre-
=Ali meal consisoting mainly of,
a sort of cake and coffee. After Oar-
taM'lUt a goodly quantity Orskoff
and Harvey lay dowa near Palpak
and west to sleep.
In the morning, refreshed,, the caval-
cade set out and passed another day
In even more diScult traveling. An-
other night they camped on an open
field, and on the third day they came
to rest on a cliff overlooking the S1-
loon pass.

CHAPTER XX.
THi ATTACK ON THE CARAVAN.
ff the morning, after waiting
and watching all night, the
ly making its way along the
pass. Talpak ealled Harvey and Ors-
koff to him at -the M& of the cli.,


"We will attack the caravan In this
way," he said. "My men are now di-
vided. and one-half is under my broth-
er Domltan. who is very brave and a
good officer. His section will go up
the pass to head off the camels If they
tbilt and run beyond our reach Mv
( .ri se tion w11; attack at this s )t.
Yo ; \ t,.' with lu '."
"I should say so." said Harvey "1We
want to lhe in this business from start
to finish."
"But It would be safer to remain hid-
den."
"It would be Impossible. Orskoff Is
a fighting man and would not remain
MIe while his sweetheart Is in dan-
ger. I am not a fighting man. but I
could not remain in hiding while you
were fighting forth girl 1 love.'
Domitan came up.
"It will be well for us to plan, my
brother." be said. "The caravan will
moon be here."
-We have already planned." said
Palpak sternly. "You will take your
-men farther up the pass. Lie In wait
there. If the camels bearing the young
women escape, you can capture them.
1 will remain here and attack."
retfurT I ha11ve been asked In"
meils," Mai Domltan surlily.
"YTo will obey," said Palpek.
"It Is evident." said Harvey to Ors-
S. ntha though be forgives, he does
Demitas em had his men under
way. Th e teok a winding path
tbro~-h the woods leading to the
"I trut e th will be as little blood-
hed as peaible," said Harvey to Pal-
aLk. -We want to get the girls, but
do at* wish to commit unnecessary
murder. Thee soldiers Agre Amply-
"'teyig og ere, as your own men are
"We wll sav yer women, but the
ir wiraimah if muati be left to as.
I -e by the d of the caravan that
MeIs san& trsrahea
anhe e Wra thea meB I ab4
ans weE armed Taem am
hm e tsagla f te by a sealar. Th
o-t bw ie n ate bhwdah thea girs -
a r to b rdea of the priae.m
M was m the asend a. wabe sti
ies ihe omga 4t be tapeftur ful-l

b -ne 01 1 me10han dse Cam a nd

-I apak lea bl ame dow a
--- r- ---aCM Thek wafted
a_ aget* A see r cry trQU
Satm dI & htN inato the
es EhWmas -e b"d left uk*er
ftnM aboe the ewtand were at a
-iet they altrumbered
At the valley
aiUSt a*e ma sof emelh fhrem
I Mtataf A A-ftle -IaN f! owMO-
ta o eafer -t mad w Uaf
M at4 ags- saWp' thuRMo


camels bearing the two girls, while tMe
merchants and the camels bearing their
goods scuttled for safety. Palpak rul-
led his men and led them In a fertoeoum
onslaught, but the direct and steady


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Fun Doctor
I F t Maae t" Ive been p withthe sn
dry day iaie early this sumer." I
eond MaMn : *aSo have a bat after.
rei wlod de Ioor with bim epr while,
I umdly go back to sleep ae .
Bed : "An deed. And whon the
(been : Well, I deot kAow just what
Swas addrsing, but Ir was quite eidi
N at thst he was not addressing a Sunday

Neighbours: "I heard your dog howl.
_Ug last uight In sucession it's a sure
sid of death."
Neztdoor: 1* Indeed. And who do
you think will die?"
Neiglbours: The dog.'"


His lrordtpl "Prisoner
the right of challenng any of


yoU havw
the jury if


"Right y're, gov'nor. I'll fight that
little black whiskered bloke at the end, if
he'll step outside."
"Johnny, your hair is wet. You've
been in swimming again."
"I fell to, ma."
Nonzen'se. Your clothes are perfect
ly dry."
Yes, min. [ knew you didn't want me
to wet 'em, so I took 'em off before I fell
in."
She had just returned from a call upon
her dearest friend. What a bore she is,
and so selsh," she said. "Took up all
the time telling me about her trip to
Paris instead of letting me tell her about
sy trip to Norway."
** Parlour chairs? Yes, ma'a.," sald
the salesman. "I suppose you want
something stylish and yet comfortable ?"
SNot too comfortable replied Mrs.,
Shoppe "my ; peIor chairs will be
sedost y b- ce
'Popters baft to beginning to talk
now." Has be been boring you with
ome stories about It 7"
No ; but I sat next at the luncheon
counter to-day, and I beatd him say.
absent mindedly, to the waiter, f Dimme
a jnk o' water, please.
She : Bave you ever herd, Mr.
1(owpace, that t tois better to return a kiss
lr a blow ?"
Be (failing to eatch ber m anm) :
"Why, yes; but 1 don't quite under
She (coyly): "Don't you remember
that I boxed your ears last alght t"
Darringer, have you a hal fsovereign
you dou't went r"
Why, esrtalnly.Here it ist"
The next day: I say, Darrisger,
tat ealf-sovereign yo gave me was a
bad 1me."
Yes, Broaley. 1oW kut -MGM I
bad a half-sover that I didn't want
- -rA. proaulm. (who has returned to .
the W of boeso at I .m.) : It
was really very kind and considerate of
ye7 to st up tr me.
M.Spro : Sit R ,u Idebsid l've
only jusgotk ome 07seL %
tnights
new.
Sd school Teacher: "Why, Wille
WUim llon, Ug again. Didn't laste-
day's lesson teeh you that when you oae
.amek ea eme heek ou eugbe t tu rn
the other to th strikers"
WPtR. u VW 9.. anna LA.. -a *o.


SI've enly me."s

The minister sought to Improve the
fe by gviag Bobby a leas an emorality.
"#My y, he said have lived forty-five
ars, and have never seed tobacco in any
oera nor told a lie, nor swore, nor played
e& you got ay little .ytys' inter
ed Bobby, No, I never had any
little boy. "
Well, they are mighty lucky," said
Bobby.
A minister was busy erecting a fence
round his garden. He was hammering in
the nails, when a boy stopped and watch
ed the operation. "Well my little man,"
said the minister, "would you like to beo
a carpenter?


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are you waitdg for, g
I w weting,'returned the urchin,
"to bhesr what h arson do say when be

The Cynic.
One of the greatest wonders in this
world is what becomes of all the smart
children when they grow up.
Its a wise man who can be silent on
any subject.
Never put off till to-morrow the friend
who is willing to lend you money to-day.
The Children,
Start forth on life's rough way,
Father guide them
0 b, we know not what of harm
May bertwe them -
'Neath the shadow of thy wing.


Father, hide them ;
W akin, sleeping, Lord, we pray,
Go Beside them !


An lAnirmal Story Por
Little Folks


A Blood Reldtion

Johnnie was awakened by a strange
humming. buzzing sound close to hi.
head, and when he got out the sand
that the Sandmann" had put In his
eyes he stared about him. There on
the bottom of the bed was a tearful
hobgoblin. so Johnnie thought, wltb
big round eyes, awfully long legs and
wings and a beak that looked like a
trooper's sword.
"Are you one of those angels that
my mamma said took care of little

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boys at night?" said Johnnle. trend'

*"Ofnase. f yonu re. I gees I klgii -
along by myself all right. You needn't
etay."
But the mosquito made a jab witi
Uti beak at the bedclothes over John
nie's shins and said loudly: "Cous
tn-n-n-n-n. Cousin-n--n-un."
"Oh, you're a cousin, are you? I
wonder which one."
"Z-a-l-m-r-m," answered the mow
quito. buzAing about Jobnnle's head.
'ani ? Oh. I guess you must be that


ouazier cousn or mother's, oy toe 1oou
of that sword you carry. .His mme
was Jim."
"Cousin-n-n-n-n!" bussed the ag
quito sberp. "Don't you know your
own relations "
"You my relation?" asked Johnnie in
amazement. "How do you make that
out?"
"Oh. easy. Relations are those who
have the same blood In them, ain't


they?"
"Yep," assented Johnnle.
"Well, you and I have the
blood. You had It, and now I've
I just tapped you, you know."
Johnnie just scratched and
dered.-St. Louis Post-Dispatch.


same
got It.

won.


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February.11, 1905


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I ~ Use'mcul. >uug v..sjrc
Stdeut Cvt rttOlYAJPIipv~initJwJimb-
b not jyt twenty years old and wbi)
Itintil tw" years aWocould ntwt "aih-


the English language, Is considered n-.
Intellectual marvel. He has beate:,
AiiYt'ecan born students with ease it:
competition and has ta ken de&q*--.
mever before granted to on. so young u1

The Lawvtou Moanment.
The monument erected In the Philip
pine IL- inds to the memory of M;'i:r
GCen r:. Henry W. Lnwton by the-sol
dli'rs of the American ar::y Is situam
ed near San Mateo, about nfteenu mi* -


trom Manila. ThfI zu'mortal Is In tt
abape of a pyrmmid flffeton fpt-ttbi-'-.
and mounted oz u Wetop i4i~ n 4:
Spgnatt' nnon *trruu~,II
law hev$blls.



W ANTRD, ot gDr'eaL a n&fl.
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1)aft. CiqAh AM, need on cat.

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rrui" Lmporma.
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Estsblished f*145.


VFOOD MOVES IKELY with lbas of .
FouradosiUniveSa8auce,
owl1y PA~to .KLkt
C. IA-mba-bow- shma- Mt.--The VI. latV
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tke Spanlsh MNa and tojaeaes; Jastna to TraidUd, BhrWos and the Wind
ward aftd Leeward d Jamtes to Triaidad Iad La Gsyra asad book J
sMtae. JTh eommodlom semaer of this Ie leave Jamal S y alterMte Meaday.
SPECIAL NOTICS -B1gite with the oR.M. TuanTlUiW g from Kiagston
on the 14th November, the steamers of thisOompauy ill Ieave this port at 5 p.m. on
very ltk'nte Moeday.
OOA0STWISB 8SRVIOS.
THI 8. ARNO, Mak ry Tuesday at 7 a. tor the outports, takig freight
and passenuers. Round trip, a ftnt e Gqpe wMf dt be received late thea
4 p.m. on the Monday before alig. For further frmtion lM al

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l.sherftl settlepsent. Policy lhiddr-r i
"rirt uO I' Mit V. I tupt. pav'r-It

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MONTOC BAT LINE ) t JO4I AMTONIO IUS


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Granite Lanme -
Ipanib :iTown

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may IFen -
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Clar'Adon Park -
Porus arrive -
Williamasfiold -
Ke'dal (apiive) -
G itcnvale -
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KINwwo. -Days ONLY. do".


GrgrPark 2.17 7.172.37 106

Bog walk 3.00 8.01 .2k 1
Riversdale 3.325 8.23 3.43 23-
Troja 9 8.424.00; 2 6
i Richmfonld 4. Lo U am. I
A nnotto Bay 4.57 9.5815-18- 7.54,4
Buff Bay 5. I10.24 144~ 8.21 48S
OrneBay S. I O.3 5. 54 s..83
HOj'e Bay 5.49tIO.Wt 10 & it--
SL. Mgts. Bay 4 61.0li .4f.211 9.0-1 so
Pt.Ant, arv. -6.31011.0W.40 9 r-v 4t
YRAWlsTO WbF.J1,SlNPAT$ lFSWwr
KINGsTN. DAT.j NL.sdcry
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ILam. A. mWr- I P.n ma. 3re.
1Vort Antonio 6.34) 6.00 'Ut'. 4 -0. e. A
St. 11gtL R&16.49 4,40 0o6
Hope B~y 7.00 6 X 1 3" 4452 09
OraL .:&y 7.16 6.462.46 8.09 1 3
Butl bay -0.!m 6 .5t,2 -W ?, .-61 t
-Aquotto s~ ~ 7i2"* t 44
Rlecbonl 848 S 1S4 1Arn. 133
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-atvew eal .26-W4.57 4-1
D"Walk 9*5a I M. 234 t
$W kT*u10.1IS &48'&.4V 5 1
GrangeLame 10.26 iLmA5Ai5
Gregoryl11 rk 10.U14 &046L04 1
Kingston 10.60 12A6
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PASSAGE S8, -VCE .--KNGSTOB
TO NEW YORK.
A steamer leaves KINxSTox roE Nuw
YTow Weekly, taking mails and pea.

BRIGHT SERVICE
TO NEW YORK
A steamer leaves Kingston, fort*
alghtly, taking eargo.
SERVICE -.. NEW YORK TO
KINGSTON.
A steamer leaves New York every
week on Saturday for Kingston direct.
A Atnsmar leave New Ybrk for
HRArI every week, and ellth at Ports In
North Hayti en route to KFngston.
Cargotor tmhe nti KIndo= and
the Ciaeat Is carried by tls Com.
pany on through Bills of Ladiag.
RAMBUkG-AlURIC 4N LINE,
Hamburg and New York.
W. PEPLO FOURWOOD,
General A ent, Jamaica.

fial m rftl1 T.1. 4 fftce
BLDER DBMP6TER & CO.
Jamaica and Bristol earryin.
HIS MAJESTY'S MAILS.
The R. L 8. Port ArToxiw aml
from Kngatoe. 1kth Feb. at 4 p.e'.
Qutckest route to England.


Steamer
trade.


specially, built fot the


Redaeed rate oe Passage.
Cargo carried to Brisiol and through
to London, Glasgow, IAverpool, &o.,
also to the Continent.
SAILINGS EVKRY 14 DAYS.
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tIalv -10.37 3 7 u.RN o e '7 14 =I i
(3Keen Vni .11.21 4 4 SpanihTown 8.1 t;2. 35 I0
Kendas, 0.-1145 10 ~o Bog Walk 8.34.3.04 119
U lzstead--- 9844'3.191 2
.iwael 16 itt I *Kwra.av. 9.6 U40
Pbrus -.6.4112M31 L.50 5 0 V 3~~Q WKZb.f z~
Clar'dou Pack -USM12.47 4cob a 0 1yI. DAY oil ?d')PJ t
Few l'ubka, 7.1(11.01.10 5 0e -.0
way Pn -7.M3 1 4.14St 6 1 4n.1j.. 1 Ira
OWd RtAritjr",r- -'7." 1.40( 458 7 LwaI AM L54.i,-e
hshyl'Park 7.57 1.48 6.07 7 # LiwtfltA 9.4 4.41 -06a
Earand"46 &112.01 3.1W a 0 DqakS. Z3 %5.14) -t 0
apsam.sTown 8.94 2.13 5.30 8 0 8 jow-a 10.81 .307-1 9
*&UP eLane O$ .2t-,5 .37 6 0 &UMWALaU 10.3,6, 45-I
Otegory -Park ?;.391.2.21 5.44 8 0 Gregor71Pack 1.3 .%-
Ziulgeton (At.) -Q0.0 2.47 6.11 80 10 Kingcston arv.1to5' 01)
tThe rigt is reseved to vaaj the sn* ame r, igb.i- res,, .btij to 'i.ry iLe san~t
&A U 'Cd. t~lc WAY eq A rU.


8.8. aDELLTA ails to outport omj
TuesdaY, Peat"aMs Kat &x


Monthly e vfa twe" ~JaMaica
Smda, lAM AND, *m., RAU-
.-m,-iarylm lritt ndn
Traushipplathrofth to 14taierof .
canada at low rate.
L. A. R. 1RAGGARtT6
Lon. Ageiit, Kingstor.

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