Jamaica times
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Title: Jamaica times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: October 28, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Kingston (Jamaica)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Jamaica -- Kingston
Numbering Peculiarities: Volume and number designation is dropped with issue for <Jan. 6, 1962>.
General Note: "A weekly newspaper and magazine."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 41 (Aug. 25, 1900).
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The following matter is self explanatory. It appears with added interest in ouar
columns to-day when our supplement includes llustrations of the Jamaiae Institute
We refer to the matter of the Exhibition ti another eoluma editorially.
The following are (1) The Ctreular issued in connection with it (2) The Iega-
tions of the Exhibition (3) The Olassiefitlon of Exhibita.

The Intitute of Jaaio
Dear SBr,-The Board of Governors of the Institute has decided to ontiase in it.
efforts to encourage the Arte and Crafts of the Colony by holding annual exhMibtions
of objeets of art Industry. The next Bxhibition will be opened In February 19no.
The Board is prepared to give, on the recom eodatle of juries which will be
appointed, medals, enrtieates of merit, and tioney-prises.
Endorsed are the Regulations, and a lassifiestion of the subjects of competition.
Bat, as in previue years, the Board does not wish this cla.sieaton to be eensidered
eessarily exhaustive. It wlln be prepared to eonsiaer te Inelausca In the Compe-
Itims nAf an ohiaet which may not be mentioned in the elassileation. but is in the

opinion of the jury a specimen of art or of asme art industry; and it aill be glad to
receive suggestions which may tend to increase the usefulness of the Competitions.
It is anxious that tkese Competitions may prove the means of stimulating those
local industries which may find a market amongst tourists, as well as supply local
The Board trusts that this year the exhibition may comprise a larger number of
works of local produotion than has hitherto been the ease.
While tourists anxiously seek for suitable souvenirs to take away from Jamaica,
there are a number of things imported every year which the craftsmen of thisisslald
ought to be able to produce.
Every year the demand by visitors for pictures sad sketches of the island, ,peci-
mens of basket-work, hats, pottery and other native industries Is becoming greater.
On this occasion, therefore, it is proposed to hold the Competitions earlier in the year
than formerly, in order that a gooa collection of such objects may be presented to
the view of viltors.
The Board ts anxiom to do what it can to help in the development of art industries
In the island wMhe will e more worthy of admiration when Jamaica eraftsme have
the opportunity of stdying and owing good models, With this end view,
as on former oeeoem, a Loan Oelleetion of objects of art and art-work mahlp
will be telatde, the A Bsei vill be glad if yos will aist tho lmatser, by
landing any ajinae objeess wU i you may posses
Past expereee leads the Board to esUtatet$beas amount of at least A wDll
be required to meet the running ep of the exhibitoes, and provide a ualtble
prine fud As it has only at its dpeal funds barely saSffiolent te defray peaemes,
it Is compelled to ask for eontribation towards the praise fund, to whleh it is hoped
ys will ebnheahe,
la noos l n. I am dered by the Board to ask ye to be eo goodas to moe
the object ef these ompenit- koewn i your ditorit ed mnamops yam --
i'-mme-l rtetrt ds, and to indaes as many as possible t wae part la it, aAd thas
amist Ian undertakaig which has for it object the improvement of te Arlts ad
Crafts of the Colo*y.
I am, yours faithfully.

Kingstoo, 30th October, 106.

Orniwmo.-The frhibltln will be held
at the room of the Inditte for two
weeks (or sCee longer period as the Board
may decide) is February ad Mareh, 190.
Orna von CORn---xO.-All ob-
se eent in for competltiom must have
produced to Jamaies esubeaqeat to
January lt, 1906. They must he de
veered free of charge at the Intitate be
tweeo 10 a m. ad 4 p.m. on Febru-
ar It" agh, a A50 e a ate n objeea t
Wll, under any dree whatever, be
reeetyd for ompetitien.
Object f hit h have bee exhibted be-
fIre an t be aemp d.
No ooe esa eed more tha three oh-
)eets ton amy one elam for o ptie.
OHjeetA may however be et to mark
ed,' not for eempt 'oa,' by either com-
petterso or no& compamwsm.
It i snot .se"eary, though I tob deir.
able, that paim age ad photographs
should be frame Any object may be
warkedfor ale ; but no objeSt as be
withdrawn from exhbltiou prior to the
eloest day,

talked; bt, on the other haad, additional
medals will be granted in any group
where the jury reports that there is more
than oae object of exceptinally high
Moaxr PRxsas.-Ezxept wh e dee.a*
Ite o amounts are epeally allotted to ay
particular elamss, the Prime FAund will be
plced at the dsd pe&al of the se00l
urlee who will make such distriautt of
as they think fit.
Loax Exeizamox.-Tboee willla to
contribute to the Loan Exhibitle om oh.
-fjeet.egmeate 7aeamL hasempeL -
tos should write io the first instae to
the Seeretary of the Institate who will be
glad to give advice a to the safe treat
of -aeb objeose, of which every arn will
be taken
Objeas seat in for the Loan vhiblW"-
dheld resb the nlatute not later tha
4 p.m. on Februry 10th.

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8D D A L 5 A" fDFWATU.Te PO.*5 sIe Dmi sd
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Uggs -WqFW Wo al y Wuto of
merit on the recommoedatlo of jarie
whobh will he applated for eash of the
'eedtio of the ulastieasio (Fle Arta.
Photo ahy, Needlework, Graft, Edaca-
tloe), and the jurile will be empowered to
recommend the awarding of broase Mse.
grave Medale.
Oae medal will be awarded in each
P, provided that a S etK* tly high
ordo eit to rech ed by an object
la the group. No medal will be grated
to any gioap ulue eneh sandard is at-

Class 1. Drawing from Iig id shade-
oblk. hours.
I. Pre-ead drawing-ped I hears.
3. Drwblbg from the antique-chalk.
3 hea0 -
4. Still life-water colour. 3 harou.
5, Sti -lfe--Ils. 4 hoarse,
(Oompetitga mout send In their names
w later thab January it they will
sit O a day soon after, which will be an-
neiaed. They must bring their own
materials.) *

Drawings in water-colour and bleak and
6. Pen and ink drawing-any subject
(original, not copied from another
7. Flower-piece in water colour-from
8. Landscape or eeascape in water ool-
our-from nature.
9. Fgure-suabject in water colour-from
Oil Painting.
10. Flower-piece in oils-from nature.
11. landscape or seascape in oils-from
12. Figursubjeet in oils-from nature.

13. Decorative design, suitable for em-
broidery-the bais to be some flower
or flowers typical of Jamaica.
(Asnt of Sprints cost as one object).
GuOUp V.
SA aphy y vA tow o- vcOpi s d
printing to be dons by compoesitors).

14. Set of six Landscapes.
15. Set os six Figure subjects.
16. Set of six Architectural subjects.
17. Set of six Enlargements (any sub-
18, Set of six picture post card of Ja-
maia eseenes.
Photography by Professional ,
19. Set of six Landscapes.
20. Set of six Figurb subjects.
21. Set of six Architectural subjects.
2. Set of Enlargements (any subject).
23. Set of six picture poet-cards of Ja.
malsa seenes
94. Lace work.
26. E.broxlry,
9L Knitting.
37. Crochet.
28. Drawn-thread work.
299 A dreseeddofl.
Carving, Moulding, etc.
30. Wood earvine.
St. Wood-turning.
39. Carved coeonuts or ealabashes
S. tortoise hell (three).
3L. Artistie pottery (ot more than ix).
[note eray' ehi).
3. Blvernmith'e work.
Ga o r IX.
Sta.w and Leather-work.

36. Basket work.
(a) Basket.
(b) Door mat.
(e) Fancy mat.
(d) Cake stand.
S7. Straw hate (in:uding jIpi
38. Leather work.
Gaou X,
Book-bindmng and typo"rpAl
1. Book-binding.
40. Typoraphy, (a book of not
thani pams).
Work in wood, iron ad ely.
41. Cabinet work.



(a) Folding table of native wnod
or woods
b) A small box of local sooda.
ja n. u*

4& Blaokmltb's work.
4k Usefal pottery (not more than

le mmtary School Work.
46. Penil drawing o 1 Kf wrsf etjert.-
by a pupil of any ele-'eutary school
(il Is Od to be di, idt-d amoultst ,th
five beet drawing*),

The dra.ewge, acoompian ed by
ertioStear that # tthe actual
work t4 asre to be sent

it. Collective Exhibit of 30 examples
of Drawing (Freehand and Mechani-
eal), the work of not less than 20
pupile iW a i Pe, mtriy icbool.

47. Collective Exhibit of 30 examples
of Manual training (Ooespa-onrs or
Woodwork), the work of not less
than 20 pupils in an Elementary
Gacur XIII.
Nature Study.
48. The best collection of common
dried plants, injurious ineectas in-
jurious plants &e. apparatus for
lass lessons, home-made mapt,
with a school as a centre, owing
features of Interest with a radius of
two or three miles of the shool,
note-books, natural history calen-
dars, plans of gardens, photoraph,
models in clay or plastieine of natu-
ral history objects, colleatins of
seaside objects, drawings, painting
in brushwork or otherwise
(a) open to all Elementary Shools ;
(b) open to Trtalag OOlege, ;
(el ooen to Secondary Sehools.

(Publio and Private).
49. The best individual Exhibit inNatare
Study of one pupil's work
(a) open to all Elementary Sehools.
(b) open to Training Oolleges.
(e) open to Secondary Schools (Pub-
lie and Private).
60, The best Essay descriptive of the
country within a radius of two
miles ofthe school, from a Nature
Study' point of view.
(a) open to all Elementary Schoole-
(b) open to Training Colleges.
(e) open to Secondary Schools (Pub-
lU ed Private).
[In these lasee (48, 49,8 0,) exhibitors
may aue their own discretion In ending
what they believe will most fullyUlustrate
tr eouases of -treeatio, but should
aim at qaahty ad not quantity.
The detaUls gives anre mrey su *stte
and should not be takes as restriotve ]

Veterinary Specifics cure diseases
of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Hogs and
Poultry by acting directly on the msa PAiTs
without loss of time.
% A. FEVERS. (CotiCetlons Isaams-
ccran Lan Fe% er. Milk ever.
B. M. PAI Lamees. IwruIes.

DD.womuee.Be"s. Grob&.
it.3i. cOval% coleds. luguesma. Iassme4
cram Laaw. onto..13MOMMW .
V. F I CUC, IT&IrM. Wlad-SteWu.
cUraM D *n evesea"t.
a. PuewvmaM IOCAR3.IAGE

J. K. I ONPCQ tTI!N. fawtme Ceat.
IL ft embh; 5ie mbis Tm Spods Oc5,Poo&L., Em
At Drumli$0
Pnniprnys W.U9km. Co.. oar. Wilimb ad John
S"wNosew York.


197, Tower Street, Kingston.
Awarded oerUfcateof merit for Boot aad
Shoes by the Inetitte of Jamaica
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6fI A&& f w m .r aW 9u WW mW -0

Seat reason for patrnmiag a noew
mant' in ay branm of buinee, and they
are eaite right. The reason why every
Intelligent person ought to wear my boots
and shoes to beease-
rh.y are well made.
Tbhy are made to order.
ITh. y fit well and never lose shape.
Th-y t aupto d-te ta tle a4od mas
1'h v eombino Beautv, Comfort and
Daral, lity, and they are Cheap,

W 0m j v-v, WF k, I - '


Ooto~er 28, 1905 J AM ALCA I M r [

A 01Uiay in Mbo.aahiter Provision grounds dot the roadsidA GUA A B
--- every here and there, yams, sweet pota.
I stoes and corn being principally cultivated.
The yam vines w:sapping their supporting
IN CLuVEU. poles rise pntnreEqUely on hillside and
valley. Large fields are rented out by
Grammatically it should be' At Clover' pakeepes and planted in yams by the
but In Clover' best describes our united tenants. Where not well ad frequetly
feeling that we are just where we should cleared, small shbrbs and scrubby herbs,
be, having in Ameriea phraseology Ia with the .red born foxtal grass take
r goodp the commons. On them an along the
road or pathway grow many charming
Said Talfourd with his dying bre ath wild flowers, usually minute and starlike, ALL
a great public meeting: The one thing the Spanish needle being the most fre-
needed to unite all classes of this co- quent. In cleared half eutivated lanu it &
Xgland we pray against siden death, IIftig is thin stews crowned wi:h white HA, la
but the death which takes one when daisylike flwer, a gold button of starm. 81C Head Iac s lpl, bWin
uttering words that linger to the affections ens rid prastflb a &he centre. Their ihaiu-
of humanity la to be rejoiced at, not to be gff leion nod prettily to as out of the Wl 4 M Ab Isl d lmm
feared.' clustering broom and grass.
Sympathy is the bond of happiness at The above description except for the 2
Clover, the sentiment that there is no yam grounds, applies generally to Clover. /LVA &f AUM IA
earth amoong men and women of good will. of common and guinea grass, with elumps only r e Pmr e THo htw, Hlm n
It banihbee alike shyness and forwardness, of trees. Great tree are often left on PEn ad. 0 boxes, ld. y6pi)detor, To2m h, wit SL Helen
We need not be surely, we need not be rooky biltolp, are on erage and in elefta F. n boxes, /l (5, snd2 ac w, ethZ T ccti
effusive, we need no frequent tiUlatione on the ott side. I a two' iww t.
of ontward *ituiA.euat, for we are 'At sueach on Clover with a sense of
Rome with each other, a far Asfferent vytawry. Naturt's road smile of light
thUli tu the otrinary Society At Home' on plaia and gray elopes where trees
with its manufactured talk. appear the quiet mates of the situation,
We are at home too with the plsae. allows the careless eye to forget their
There is a quiet charm about it which one hard straggle against parasite and reeper, n Street, '0,
restfully accepts. I would not eare to bat in these wooded glooms it is unfor- 20 -
live the ordinary life, I must live in daily gettable. The first impression is one of
presence of Spar Tree's magnificent wild disorder, and ceaseless wrestling of Wholesale & Retail Druggists, Grocers and Tea Dealers, etc.
panorama; it would over-power and then living forces. Everywhere are boney-
blunt the sense ot beauty, It would often combed boulders of limestone their hol-
shame me with my own unworthiness. low filled with earth. Each is the pedes. HE EXCESSIVE HEAT OF SUMMER makes us susceptible to
Archangels only can stand before God. tal of one or more trees, often the fig, COLDS and SORE THROATS
We live here at the top of a hillock not the great-leave pudding with the climbing
three quarters of a mile from hMandeville like a gigantic worm up the trunk and
as the crow ftie but about 1 mile away along the limbs. From th wn LA8 UE a L 88OF VIGOUR ase ommon at this seon
by the upper road. The formation of the ground, a thicket of anderbruh, one game We can recommend the following remedies in the above as :--
surrounding country seems oneof hillok, upwards to great lianas swin g from
short bumpy bllows, with valleys like tree to tree while at one'sfee hard FOR SOR THBOAT.-Black OCuant and Glyeowam Pa tit
the trough of the wave, serving mainly leaved frns and monstrous orchids start r tail at pOer nos
from east to west and more or los from the sOcant earth or roSlag a as Pas 7 Plai .
nerieling ranges of highe summits, wish the pwvadiag brown atmosphere resAis ..
with blue hlls i the northen and wt- te abrm of Danto O BUILDIOUP THE BODY.-aio f od r Oil
ern distance. Not infretqinaL an Iper- deed te sense appears ome of the wid BUIL.IN i lUT E d f i I
feet basin is created. Ie ( and t ltouos aethr life. Grad ly phophopie, palatable and permanent, Gbo Fa brand,
great weather of June last this for the remrrenee of many forms of the sami bottles, at l A 2, and S3 6d.
d to a lake semporerily filling a pestes amid the solemn gloom AIUl th%1 I? 1 tilE 8YSTRM OF
ley eastward below Olover ar ai with harmony, and wonder no longer NG Vl B SYSTK OF IMITIE8-Cra d
seven ours downpour. The -water the ,torbs, but calms the breast. This was vesMet8alt at 1I 3d per bottle.
drove along the valley's trough wefst- my experlene except in one little grove
ward, overtopping the stonewalls In a at Clover, where a giant parasite elutehed
great sheeo and across the road into % fig with such apparent fiendishnees,
another trough, down whose gradual branching into as it were, two goblin leg
slope It poured, gaining momentum as it that twined and met around their an-
tore its way into a ravine northward and happy supporter, that I, too, with a shud.
immediately below the road to Williams- r, reogaoesd how the whole o relation
dId, and from about I dE a mile to a mile araseth and travailth in pain, In there *
from Clover. -Ths ravine, tree along comtnt tru le for That depends on the kind of Cigars or Cigarettes
which were laid flat, and boulders, o Awa ith sek tenors of the igina.
In weight drergid owarods, opens out to do. Lot me 47u Natme's pro.
p awrah at street o etween o to S 1 r. you smoke. If you smoke- cheap oigam made of
=oI -y am fist betasM graw for a Y. hlm IY pr n
higer grouni and dreftly toward* tbM *aa at early draw to ftaenter
ad as it urves around. Speeding aln refuse tobtco, or cigarettes adulrted With
wish accumulated ener t .torra the little e ad yax Oa sea *
ealoheJ the road wlrit sa t ngr ard to t g6 Mold n l ady dru thlen
tear away veral chains to a depth reamg dowthe ths sad a1 d up $ aey,
which rendered it Impasable for a th- tost of wNht rt in shadow, Ia tbe
ight wilat repairs were toin prore. wriy ght the gray me liaome walls ap.
'n. ils sd ad to mba by oo pea blus, a rkhbleare thefaraway biu S 1OJKi g Xi & MiW;10
one side of the eam aad eoonvyed on and brownish blue, the shadowfe o
foot beside it to vehiMle o the olter ide, ree and &lrub, whlet delt -
In pature lando orange tre re the. Ps b ah ie o. but if you smoke the excellent GOLOFINA
-eiartesristic of 7 a oirE asChesaor I have pbea between. Th'Ma moke, wreaths of
ass; piIento tlo a les Len glo of fog till r BOSEBUD IfAR TTES, wi
gaavas ma Vr m and with e loses for e its ir of AtiH tae
oranges are the maina of Clov.- -ti become battle obmamoplae, pure qa y
Te eofee bears up dark green gloasy ever pleading to me. It t only he e are made of pure toba of the choicest qy,
le. aves to a rea udld ml, wht whit swae& that are bet at nnday. there
gra r t Mbloero or rsdens with, need the sontra l of shadew ad the th
uaoing berries. Bea mth t shade of viol of a mit about to disappear.
4 y oftea tMe f~m t r, S a The day leWthen the light waves
Sb d ftre e-s -brma ita hmarl npasse without swift ow ah -s
-reae mrt r oknbi T raaot a 31 *o

m _n. *t__ iQy E w* w L wh*et fog satP Ills the laser psee. We graso e
man I mosI m aId licens, gro ayh out at twilight and ntxhtfi(ll aUll r dil
| sty redorbrown rdlakprow k Pn e Itobefa a3 aOept the ,arde. with__
>ad ernd e .a s ctre als ovely o.ai t., .l fHrrr mOv e, ,rehoingl hULe. We

theM- older tress andao mana tho m-"s .paaw__x__

l erhld an the, wild pines' #hir BAIMOn L fta3eI, leig l r. rresh Salmoin B n tom I atoes 3aup Bac
eaI v es oug, wia ne sa p, Ispik .rIIMmOSes.yer hue.,nFreshiacCt o- N l, 1k

f rhgreen ribbons eraU etraI!ht ean be 9 and piranantly =-e ad oo" plate ..... .
bm nnk. are the ief vlet- of iD I yet Iotrodse, An illustrated CWo l Q alty at Every Point, Proes always at Lowelt Proint
w neteed hibv me I have observed fw giving lull particulars and teltimflaaA
| bWdo with flower of the butterfly type, sowt smooessful cures, sent in a smal OAT FLAKSK is oi eo the meo trlt ss food for nets as wU aa U
mst caes they were hard conLs.&l envelope, tree of ohare E. NORTON MS 7d in ttb eaek.I
*i adherriog to a central stemn. lead, Over W5 years oontluom esosess.K~ tt i~f

44 % t f*%v .

October 28..I ,6

To the one wh bo o.veo the most pusszie evry week Aunt go will sward one
book as a Prix.

No. se.--smond.
1. A letter. 2. A polOonous serpent
. A tree. 4. To IahmIair. 5. A kind
of vegetable. 6. Pattern of superior
excellence. 7. A veWhcle on four wheels
based on a farm. & A mean abode. 9
A letter.
No. =7.-& Paalllar quetatsom.

At the end of this quaar-T Aunt Mango w give a s&e of books
who has done best during .ie toaging three month. Ant this
every quarter. Your answers shboud reach ber on tLs Satrusa
publication of the pansles.

to the over
will be dome
following the






Quotation from a familiar poem by

.. My primaJ name a celebrated natu-
Crosswords: 1. ,a emtnent Roman
commnAvPr..who was father-i4a-w to
the hlstortan Tactts. 2. A species of
antelope. S. To rectify. 4, A French
coin of smat value 5.* A sailor wX-)
bas been created with wonierfur d-
ventures. 6. A coloring matter. 7. A
small stringed instrument

Ta bufldmg, my raIr-Sa ever at v^
In peUllng, my xrxT has place;
A blkefab my TmaD amut alwaysbe.
To more or ~4tsaa ;t
Artistic m.y a"w d of may kind, -
As may as leads them be;
X Mutds a barm t ovwy hoes,
Museum ad saiwy.

ed me and n4al -Inflafl knack;
CutM a lt rt sA upon a tracW:
Complete 1 carry 1M may back.
Bebead me and I turaM* you ith light;
Curtal, a blvalve tapte yI r apRte;
Complete, I'm suf to inbo you tg h.
Beh ed me and I am to authors seart
Curtal. I may bmto a 'ti vwy clear;
CopMle.W I do ooialve It wWl appear.
Bebeed me and am angry passion fnd;
Curtail. l am a tree aoft tomse by wind;
Complete, I'm terrible, bu" a)l kind.
no. sate*..Am*
-What city is unr"allymade of nm
ad LLAon? f
N.. 33q-Eb.Im, WeoEs.
The last three letter o each missing
word are the same.
A boy on a 0****** learning to ride
In a ***. ellided with an *******
no less ithaaeiow beI to a pasnut-
,****. A lady..who witnessed the
**0**00** ,td Itf turned to an
*0***, 'aXa girl on a balcony near
began to ashout fram her *******, for
ft seemed a *, .* tat e e A~mold m-
cape wthiut a broken **** .




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the t~.t moforise what's besn~ in
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S3uy-Bay, will you Tend m,- a pXhiy tie-You say 1 urn the only woman
"So you p,-rslst In wanting ..c. for for : minute? yon have ever loved?
your 1.0..ae.'-::.-lawr Oh! Gentleman-What for? IHe-I do. with all my heart.
*Alh i'nt. It begins to klo az if P.. -I want to toss u;p to Kee wheth- She-And do you really know why
I woit 1 since I am resolved er g3) to school an' gt a !Hckin' or you snyrthat?
to m& ,,tA.r daughter." g9) h ne an' get It! He-Certainly; from force of habit.


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L-L. A city In Frah. 2. OUt of the
way. Ascended. 4. Opinions.
II.-1. A cone bearg tree. 2. Own-d
lean. 8. Pertaining to the country. 4.
A wading bi.r4 5. A woman's ame.

Divide a poet and have the words
L Arid and a las.
2. A body of water and to study.
& A trill and a weapon.
4. A lodging and a signal.
FeUeowlna Olierm.
The Doctor (to pateot approvingly)
-WeU, Patrick, you are looking great-
ly Improved. I judge yue hate adher-
ed strictly to my advice and have
taken plenty of animal food.
Pat (earnestly) -01 bov., doctor.
The corn and oats seemed to agree with)
me, but I honestly think the hay is
bad fer nre thmmick.
A Realetle YVell.
"Is that Johu givin' the college yellj
Inside?" "That ain't the, college yell;
the old man's flailin' him out with a
hickory, an' he's giving' the home yell."

Key to the Pusaler.
Na 200.-Word Square: 1. PearL 2.'
lte. 8. Aside. 4. AeU. 5. Leers.
No. 201.-Riddle: A Cherry.
No 202.-A Carge of Tea: T-able.
T-le. T411. T Tw-tL. T-ire. T-art.
1o. 20&-A PMock of Birds: 8tork.
Zavem. 1eacock. Swallow. Ken-
tcky ardnaL Ctanary. Skylark.
ktW --Cak. Goose.
No. 204.- A Labyrinth: Chicago.
Chattanooga. Oolumbus. Council
No. 2O.-Deletdoxs: Br-e-ad, bred.
M,-t-,e. Maioe. Lo-o4, los.e:
.No.4 0-M&W41U KnoW# AAericanm:
teadofr ooe C4 M. Dce-
WSo h ryax. Grover

o. >.la. m nd: L.W. 3Ie. Fe.
A Otrd4. 4. Wdia& & Grime &
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October 28,11906

Qation Za Cilty Poly.

R irPtl IIIH n I iPa PalI

I 8ir,--Can you tell me through the me-
dium of your valuable paper f the p.
osal to bulid the 8eWal (agitated Juy
1902) is still ripe, or has it died a nars
death as many things do shat are for the
public welfare.
I, aosslated with many others have
watched aodiously for some f de.
velopment of this maesh wanted and valu-
able scheme. "-
.Such an undertaking would not only
fiad work for idle hands to do, but would
Increase the vale of all properties in that
vicinity, they are at th present tim e
sores to the public sad obstructions to
eem of oar city.
oney spent in tht line is well spent.
What tI s city without en' Am p 8e-at
Committee.' Why, ant establish em la
T7&-. -r- -- _-1t-m- a- k- LA- --_ L

- -y S-"--- -w
keep Beasonable City plans.
We wuant Side*Wak badly. I should
suggest that the bricks taken from the
asssive obstruction whish appear In
every street would go a long way towards
making guod substantial side walks, and
improve the appearance of property mak-
ing it more valuable.
At present a Foreigner or Tourist's first
impression of Kingston is: That it must
be a broken down Forte or rather infested
with Thievue. oonsequently the massive
brick structures are to guard against bur-
glaSr or oters
Strely,'those that have a flwer pr.
de behind the wall are not Ms ms3 a- to
deprive the pase by ofa ased gsl
apon the plats.
Alathat LasB Iary I l at othesf
woald to ato ret rs a fat mewa
kep posft.pig Ma from reAotiag up
wht as=$r".h u =, Uwith.
It sIalso **.fory fter to heua-h of
41 twe t bould havm k,
prnlnsbl it a be caielim

to tamereh o1 trad we M ~ d Oeste ll
their profits away to invest if th. we
indeemnts for them to direulate it to
advantage i nJaMatea.
Undoubtedly our Government would
*app(4 sach A Oaderttmag-d ftH ia-
with thir hare of asiteaMes.
Awake *a Seek arem Ane we
lying fT eusIve. alkie! Thak l
&*.. aad the fqgpsto Ies wold *km t

waI InI m I w INo Is we Ides.I

to **l t us UH s- to s=tn to oeM
tenda hWtes to te r was.
leavtWg thMs island aIw lore qMUM I
y h w6M theme ts os fad es
ma to keep them here. e wown,

lab .d the day (All work -d a
play a-es Jk-Lm d 0AD oc. H

s8r..-Aek t woeld oseem, is the prt.
otile whth t-Atene thase whoe- ovT
and a etag oat and aptgtna Ir
bouadary. Ist i bad enough to formbly,
ajeUyt take a from the oihs whet Is
.really thrn Ie to the poor; bat lt
Sfatrwoe top the poor of the
little they posse to ad the comfort
auld eaa of the rith. Tho is jut what t


taxes. To do ths it mst apper to the
Imprti the u ejtadle atd, a mt
nalir and njust- afdr to the members
of sthe Pwada Beard of tbe Varisb,
beamn tbh wIl be dwivd a ofrwmwsm

todefray p ee, o urred for tiprove
meat and ge peralheep r ad uft to]
she Pmraen toin geoerdl. thee who re;
xla toimsup Ot-Iasme Itt'l i I
dItly by ,od **see****t that the
lowlands of the parofh have been so
meuh ImproWed, as 4w ara sthe eavy
of thee who are getting mad over
tme bowdary n melet a- eheme, ald
who awe eena s deprte St. Andrew
of she im Ise itelab Is hts ti kem
mnuh time, thought M& abilty to masw:
that pt of the Parth what to days,
whbb causes the eye of envy to W eso
riveted upon it. But what are the rea.
sons assigned to ppor tof the proposed
COity Extension ome ay that the peo
ple residing In St. Andrew's make a riing
-or are employed-in Kiagstoe ; ane
should thereoreoutribute to the ap
keep of the City Idon't tidnk thatfa
,mm sed be mellped to -ofutate
diratly to the ap-eep of the homse of
a.Wth f iew-TA leawA *.aA t, am wL -

lesly managed) bcae h i employed
by, or works with tha individual; or that
he should make all his pnrhaem from or
through him, however dear the artile
may be which he sells. This is the prin-
eiple, pure and simple, which sach indlvi.
duals advocate-a principle which in no
respect holds good, being neither based on
common reason, nor on ordinary justice.
It is an indubitable fact that the people
of lower St. Andrew, partUsularly, whether
employed in Kingston or not, Spen the
greater portion of their money in the
Gild. Another : That the off*lral-(lt Is
vio do not. onibut e -O ey
should do the aleth ar sh yease the y
reside in St. A w-w e reached, as
well aM p I A' k trwho have left
NOw s*e uke -aq. tsw...ma o
0them Advf teHunk the prep d li sarita
otler ay easily thee--that.
I siflano mae or fored to outr
ist~asmiumim to impose, as some do,
that dinay who do
i ts e caa work A tal labour-
or t ede the M N. It Is be-
=Mit0s u healthier t- the city, not
wifotaudmig all the sanitary-tbe ex
pensive sanitaery-and other like arragse
*t. Lead sto aleb mre coivenaletly
got --d-- p ie--a ie
and healthy wIpeton naamls .eto ho *o.d"
b"6 S .ttM -e. 4 their he .. M tem
tam^e fwbyf trseIws.4eM.. Qnen.
*Aito*Wto $b* M .1 % ln i- (4i6

*Mf Su w "d

have all-remd deartiamtl -oter,
eves who t it toI W d to oeer hmoe-
At. It wilebs th^ eo-i*a" p of
~aM M wa m ashamwam a hfllofmLa=


U -

Involved, and whieh would be kept an-
19te owsembip, the right of
by. ad the i peadsee of,
the people of St. Andrew, not the payng
all& Ime mllmm... a mIk ..I &.."

maey wme ea't amord it. It whbeo St.
Andri w falls to manage its own affair-
tad not'until tben-that there should be
mrXadh. provided Klagton an do
When we take from another what be
long, to him, there Is generally ome
"o.n datio t'-somesktlg coa eded, or
giveg by way of eomp atlob. hist
the eore psumed by thowho ar tre
and jst la all their dealing,' et; bsut ia
hie care of St. Andrew sothg beeno
said to indicate that my eo a.pobiag
beneft will bhe accorded to her, or say
r-tit -" made. It t with Kingston
not a principle of Give aad Take,' or
Take and Give'; it is one of TAKI.
TALl M01S, MORS, without any quid
Perhaps It it not generally known thai
from time to time po6sitoes of St. An-
drew havm been added to Kiagston. The
mzlsr- aLhto dd- hra ssmitnJ wbu
Brown's Town, a good strteth M the
tW1 _A2AJ 118-.2AU&^ l>A *M. W a- P- -

- -p-- wy- m lWM ba aU--a
lin fow, rmaning north and west tc
Alhmas Towu, Fletehers Land, Hannah
Town and Smilh's Village, were all be-
longing to St. Andrew. Still the cry is:
' GIVa, GiVE Mout, hOBE !'
Notwithstanding the hne and ery for
annexation and partition of St. Andrew,
the members of the Board, it is gratifying
to observe, are working zealously and un-
selfishly for the best interest, of the
parish. Searing water supply, LffLetiop
saNitary arrangemente for oui of the wa)
and elected district, erecting markets,
4*opialhrnp'rod. ete ; 'nothing daunt
7' a1 a .WE ludaolent or tmaettive, b the
*-'-t'e fe mating events' What
eep' hey' w1f take, if the sub~me be
* prg pea* them, it itos *S kaews.
_shMW at *Mak ar- ganms a ma w.t
tt'Wi ~by oppoeiag tbhey,' they
meU *%'d'*bu tmay how their dap
P toVedftUesh a coao e by reaigng to a
7 the oerameut the op lou
orva I ZWBeBard, or of ON Otiag
a oearau sor, o carry on the
atihe perish.

[FAIRELAY puts some forcible potato
well, though be fails here and there to
take a comprehensive view of his satject.
a whh he says, the passing of the ne.
law wold be an l round detrimenDta
eftb' It .ay bs derut.mentai 1o toi
great a extent, or It asy not be, bat
at Ittw i hbe a.&Urme dersimetal
tI shown by the very argameta Fair-
pay '%a.. Oea' t snly e doe o eWW 4te
that It wl be detismetal Io Klangssms.
We hope that htbver else happen., the
Board at St. Andrew wi noet tail lute
I -e MAtMrtt futolmemde of r ngaeog
II 1 0i ei- u6t get what it wants
~1e*ly th U fthe Board wis. and the
(ity oui lmese, the latter shold re-
'lga.-DE. J. T.]

fr,-Ba4iagbserred a paragraph la
yew p rw tUh bad esMdiAM of the
I may =MOrNYV1,'NI b 10 MY that
ama 00004A..Mt," U. a a&&&

E-Waumo- w-U I -

me I havambwa wtchig t- erepem
of *a C-may em Mr. eKe
toeek it em and Is pleamed at the
mared paoeem and t so ahert a time,
the la Mr. ees died is Auagut an,
the mme Ia a"made some % a $is
to aevo wees ago, every beo.y to feeIlp
,pleasedt eanrWy pet forth-Qoon
Mr. MeKeeiaw wae a e Ometary
add we wll have It loo.
EDwAaD FaRouso.

Sli. PON R*ad, Kiagstos,

MyCOOrtle Bak HotN.

------ --- -

General Hlardware Dealer,

SO a.nd 41 King Street.

AW"aoow twiaviaums

-~~m 1 Y W -U IA *am W" 9i 3VFI 2* -U

being suggeted, and what it would seem,
tos parpbed or ntadd to be done ; for
Kingston must, momt Muredly, be re-
grded s the rich netabor and St. An-
drew the poor one, aoordlag to the aim.
ber of houses and the amount collected ti

olbe) bandi"g oer to Ktagetoa Iu i otau
for a street reenomstrobols, iri ad
"Ak tO as are not pad taSt. Aadrew.
By this auaagts nt Kiagto would be
helped, without taknla from 8t. Andrew
whatIto really here. The great principle

g-. av. v,-
P.S. I have seven permna bured at the

[The iargraph was taken from a leal
coOtempotary as was q" ato*d, Ed.
J T.]

90.i1aryb.,oe St.
CIad d PatM Ba eZ10B.0., f .lakli

Lmtats ,wholesaleaid rtailand SLes.

CA a O C-- al ---M UACTrUP r OaSS O-

o maat Highi Gralde Native aWis, Cordials, &l
Wine & Soirt Merolnts, |AND-
W. 'ine & ort ioyal tte. MeJton. j. Blenders of Favourite Branda Choice OLD RUM


JLlMMftMlfim-7A--WLUK KU IL U I K =Ulm -Av -4

W,1 1(1A '!t-JLLLM lt-,w'I 1iA


BUArIFAST ... 7.00 to 10.00 a.m.
LUXcR ... ... 12.00 to 1.30 p.m.
TzA ... ... ... 3.90 to 5.30 p.m.
DINIza ... ... 6.30 to 8.30 p.m.
To meet the convenienee of travelmenr.
the following are always obt liable after
regular bunia, to order ina few minaatm.
Steaks, Cold Meats or Sand-
wiches after lunch or dinner.
Free to Gaests.

On Saturday Evenings.

Ex Port Royal and For Sale, another
Large Shipment of Goods, namely-

Tweeds, Coatings,
Venetians, Ready-made Clothing,

Havard Shirts, 138 6d, 15s, 1Ss.
Facy Prints, Colord lm, ae

Boots ad IShos Cutiy.
A Ieed tof .1Pe K i es IO
Tli Cases, 6 to net, 2s per Wt.
6o King Street.

Aitchison Bros.,


glish, American and
Canadian Manufacturoer

Corr wpmdace Solicited.
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v VTo-- w.i


Ktu&&tSa aa.&PAklnag =--- takabi6waLm Lim Vuvwvw IW'%PMMW*40 -- PWANWC rwK,% rMsfi.arm ralb.1- rrAnklm

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October 28, 1906

Jamaica, which consists of 4,207 1-6 square miles, is divided into 14
parishes. The largest of theee is not St. Elizabeth as isn o often said, but
St. Ann, 476 miles. Two others are larger than St. Elizabeth which is
462, for Clarendon is 474 and St. Catherine 470 square miles. The small
est parish is Kingston 7 1-6 equars miles. St. Catherine with 65,000 people,
stands first in population.

St. James.
MONTsOO BAY-An accident occurred
on Tuesday last to Mr. George Phillips,
Butcher, of this town. Hlie was riding a
Newly broken' mule along King Street
towards his residence, when the animal
took fright at the sight of a goat tied in
the road way, shied, and threw Mr. Phil
lips whose foot remained entangled in one
of the stirrups. In its aarm the mule
trampled and kicked him in the face.
Kind neighbours, among them, Mrs.
Hale, came to his rescue and he was soon
at home under a doctor's care. He ts now
doing well and able to move about.
Before the Young Men's Guild,' which
is composed of the most repecta)le
youths of this town, the Rev. F. D. Me-
Nee, a vigourous and talented speaker.
well known by his various deliveries of
opinion oa burning public questions. ce-
llvered an interesting lecture on T',e
Life ot Alfred the Great,' brimful of fa< t,
and suggestions suitable to every d 1)
life. Alfred, by the way died in October
901, just 104 years ago.
The gathering was worthy of the *cca
sko and tne young men expressed them
elves highly satished at the way the Rev.
McNee handled the subject. I oanno.
dream of comparing him with Thoms a
Carlyle but one must remember he is.the
mo ring of ragged Scotchman (though
ood at heart) and that we may have -.
man among us similar to old Warran,'
Cerie of the same Presbyterian body
who laboured to Hanover and through his
*erees disposition denounced his relative
4 Old Tom' (equally eross') the prophet
ad seer of Obelsea, because be was not

The boys of Brown's Academy,' twen
ty in number, conducted by Mr. Geo.
Lyons Brown, the Principal, former
ty Editor of tbe Corn vall Times
wo t et to Ohristie Reek en Thurmay
last for swimming lemons under Mr.
rowan's personal supervision and al
4teghk the rain interfered with this
healthy divermson an enjoyable time was
1 t. They have formed a Cricket Club
edols the Academy 0. 0.' and issued
e sebhalleges, the nrst being refused by
SMo Bay Secondary School but
Itke =e be=g accepted by Trinity
eobool.' The match sook plane at
eriacks Ground on Saturday lat, and
aded in a draw. Conclusions are again
a be tried to-day M8th.
The Bev. MKam again on Sunday
AIgUt at -rillilant uermon from
the w d Lerd ave us, or we perish.
In da e ee rse of hthistrial Wsmne
s the peritoe of t Church of
Oke ktpm doetrisal here and perse-
m m b rally a ref r eat sto the
A s hery ~ed loaded St. Augasti
Stgem n the tide. N. eneanio wes
b.Wer made of Dr. Ch ing and the
ate Dr. James Martinea an eminent
oathlegim of te Unitarian body of
e.*. medern representatives of
the deotm, the latter of wheo, re
elsde a Nmad roban from the leaders
4 all the varene christian bodies In
ke werd e bois th birthday, B
eal of athorty am Meligion, a well
S-- &.. A... .-a^..&i, 6Hi m... L.

aa- R. With respest to Agnostis
le #all wUidaree with th0e Rev.
Uma that both b des of the questm
Sa be ead d h daheaded eas wil
I b dedi for the more endui
* ee i tm ofdo the Chriian r, he
in di a een of which from a seod-
"M tpn" easnshebe-overaoebsa.

I is sa endobable bfaet that the town
s at present well policed. The eMwser
im eman and Jreftr Md s w eare dalymsade
-me e tw e, emmal that wenow have
meet esdsy enmmuaay for a towas f
--s m W aUy I have *esorved

both Inspector Toole and Se8rg. Major'
Crank speak kindly to unruly boys in the
street, caution them, and warn them of
the danger of criminal life. This is tbe
duty of all' peace officers,' as well as to
arrest where ease of flagrant vies oesur.
Stock has jut been taken at Hart's
Ironmongery, a large ironmongery jbnas-
ess in this town under the imAnagement
of IMr. Amassa Morle Rayle, who is
tborough'y acquainted lwiththe ramifica-.
tions of this most intricate department of
trade. The former manager gwas Mr. E.
Pnbh0Ctlte% who is now employed in the
firm of Middleton & Co., of Kingston.
Mr. hart's stock is as well assorted an4
replete with every requisite in this line as
the large houses of the city. I wish the
firm all soceuss.

MAHO HILL-Services are being kept
in the new building, The chotristers are
practising hard for a meeting in December.
The district lI geLting famous for its
meetings. Its last Anniversary made
over .3.
The Road is in very bad condition.
Look for instance opposite the yard of
Mr. Those, Wright, and there yon will ee
a dray which with the meet expert driver
and best mules is impossible to find its
way out; but taxes must be paid this
This Distriet to greatly ina want of a
constable to stem the side of the nasty
words. Oar children are getting corrupt
ed, therefore the moral tone of the com-
mianity Is running down. Give uas a con-
stable, we beg !

St. Elizabeth.
BANTA CRuz-The recent shocks of
earthquake were felt here.
Mr. E. V. Saulter has removed his
stock to a more central stand.
Hard times are the general cry owing
to toe drougbt.
The churches are very badly attended,
just a few persons attend, in spite of tUpe
ministers' earnet and continual appeals.
I be Baptists will hold their Annual Mis-
s.onary Servioes during next month.
It is now certain that the Logwood
Factory wUl start t Lacovia in January,
everyone looks forward with great expeo-
tatton, as the parish will be greatly bone

St. Mary.
BosooEBL-The Sunday School Anni-
versary passed off very nicely on the 8sh.
The hymnas selected from the Anniversary
Gem and the Children's 'Hosanna's' were
satisaotorily rendered by the sehelars.
At eleven Mr. Geddes of Oaho leos qpoke
moet a y 4roam St a watehsO
Lord beore my mouth.' At three, the
Rev. C. V. Fraser spoke from I am
come into my garden.' The seven o'clock
service was taken by the Catechist who
spoke en the duties of parents to their
On Monday there was a public meeting
at which the scholars aequlsted them-
selves well There was a distribution of
primes whih added to the interest. ureat
credit is dee to Mrs. A. M. Renaalle for
her performance at the lutraumeut
throuhoa thentire servire.


Sdisappointed In not relving the reward
of thWir labour that they expected. This
(in my opinion) is not an honest system
wad must go. Moneaue Teachers' Aso-
ciation will me to-day 28th inst. Lively
JJ __- -A


A very profitable time was spent at
this Assedtation held na the IM9b Pro.
east; Mers. Edwards, V. P.; Vine.
A ignal V. P.'s C. MeOalla, Hamilton a
Mrs. IUwardA & A, MesOIlk5 mentery
Misses Miller sad Me isa were preenti
as visitors. In as astruetive reading
Mr. Vine-Wgal dealt with te phy=i-a,
intellectual and moral emotles. Tht
wil be continued at next meeting. Mim
Miler's song. My Mother'W ArriTl'
was beatfaully rendered, Mr. C. MoIalls
in a paper on The Teacher' dealt with
the so-called tether sad conceit his chief
fault, the good teacher's quldltee
patienee, Isympathy, oheerfalauess Arm.
ness. experience aad love for hbs work.
T was a ery helpful paper. The

St. Ann. 'and Mr. WignaL
'- The nomination of officers for J. U,. T.
MoxMaO-A s Chlrist hurh is praotie, resulted as follows :-Vieo President
Ig for Flower and Harvest Servies in W. H. Plant &eq. TresMr r 0. 2.
November. The Wedleyea are also pre- ukyers Esq. The copy of memorial to
paring for a Miseonary Meeting next the Seeretary of Stbte w p rese ted.
month. The thanked of this Assoedadoa s tender-
Seheooi all around here are exailnded ed to be etlmen, who have worked
by Imapeor Ywuug. One first, three for te4welae their profemsios and
marks, one third class, two. New marks I country.
were giea out as follows, oe seooond' Our next meetlMg will be held onu 1te
elass, one, one third elass four which 17th November. we ivite all who ea
brings the latter to a *moo id elm. This attend.
*deas seaetrg to the Department. Tae Business :-(l) Mr. Vloe.Wignal's read-
per teahen have all, except one, been' lg (9) Miss Millers song, (3) Mr. Walk.

Alm iw Akn-au& bibdb &

rpWO of the Seasons most popular
oLIsTRIBBONs. This pretty Rib.
bon is madeu in one ide ilk the other
&-d in maeh in demand for dreU trim.

ming, bow ad nec.k-wear, coloursm lm.
sortment, come In the most polar staple
shade, Blak, White, Pin, Ble, Red.
It ou want ia good, durable and fashion
able ribbon, try this Vone. Sie No. 8,
price per piece 18 yd / No. 9. price per
i8 yds. 8 /, No. 14, priee per 18 yds. 5/6
soft finish, beautiful luastred ribbon ex-
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Bhades, White, RBd, Blue, Pink, Black.
8se No. pe per 18 yd2/s, ./-, No.
S, pries per 18 yds. 8O.
W. H. Lmrna, 18%0 Harbour Street,
3 dos west of olo al Bask.



Mr. Ainelair's new building makes a
ezeelent show.
Miss Hutehinson's is almost completed.
The builder, Mr. Roberts, must be loen-
IPolides are dead. Mr. Levy will not
return to the CounllU, Dr. Johnston will
not, who will? Will Mr. Allwood? Ja-
maesa is hard up for genuine and tre men
capable of representing she popular needs
of the p6o0le.
The cones crop is goodud shools are
getting scanty attenipnes, as children
are helping their parents gatker the cropes.
Talking of school fees, the people say
they ean scarcely feed themselves, much
more to pay school taxes and pay fees"
Crlcket mfatbes are now being played
at Mooesue. A match is fixed for
Friday 27l.
The season Is very warm, q ulte unusual.
Earthquakes frequent.
BAMBOO-Our cricket elub hs reserved
ne- life, owing to the effort, of Mr.
Williams. It is now 50 strong, 5 being
honorary members. A fortnight airo
Mr. Vermont, overseer at Lime Hall,
brought a team to try coneluslons. It
resulted in a defeat for the visitors by 82
runs and 3 wickets. 'The homefteam hay.
int won the toss took the field anid ot
out the other side for 30, Williams taking
8 wickets and Russell 3 The home team
went in and knocked up 112 for 8 wickets.
After this, rain took the day and playing
bad to be discontinued. Our elub goes to
Ipworth on the 28th inst. and Mount
Zion on the 4th prox.
St. Thomas.
BLUE MT. VALLYT-Foar heavy shook
of -rebqnake were felt in this district,
between Thursday 12th tast. at 5.6 p.m.
one, Saturday (S) at 9.0 a.m., and at S
p.m. on Sunday after 4 p.m., and an
Monday morning, between I and 2 oaelock.
The main oads la the phrsk are a di
grace Water is allowed to take the
place of roads for chains upon chains, and
noaee appears to understand the method
of eonstruetion of keeping these road,
since Messrs. Thompson and Stredwick
TRwIT'Y VILLL.-A flower service to on
the 29th inst., at Holy Trinity.
We are still having heavy rain.
The price of bananas is discouraging
to the poor growers, only 8d, Sd, 3d and
14 being paid.
The Poet Office premises was repred
last week by the present owner, Mr. B.B.
Mr. Doa has opened a fine tailor
shop he
Or arew 182 for 9&
M u Mee Rose (shopkeeper) lot his
ule while en his way from nagst- on

St. Catherinw

or$' paer (4) Mr. Kdwards' stiek-layin,
(5) Mr. Henry's paper modelling, (6)
Orthoepic Exercise. B. Fort MeCalla
The Service of Song, A Child of Jesuu'
was suneeesfully rendered by the choir of
To Hill Mission station on anday
under the mono-*ment of Mr. and Mrs.
A. 8. Blake, J. Braham sq. of
Moegue, who condeuted Divine Service,
was reader. Thanks to the Llldas Vale
friends who visited us.

DRAP"sn, POT ANT)Nio-The road
through WaUlilameld s still bad. I hope
the Parohekial Board will seeto it and get a
good man to do the work, one who under*
stands his work, one who Islnot merely
working for money but for a good name
and God's blessing. One who has interest
in the "work. Unless you get a man with
these qualifications, no good can be done.
I hope for a better road.
At a recent funeral there was some
very objectionable behaviour.
MANCHIONBAL-We regret to announce
the death -o Mrs. get Parkes on
the night of the 2Srd. We all mourn the
loss of the deceased, and to her relltlvmB
we tender our condolence.
Three companies bought fruit this
week; prices as usual.
BUFF BAY-The Maroons who at Kil.
dare obstructed Mr. C. H. Gale, Bailiff of
the R. M. Court that recently went to
execute a writ ef possession in favour of
the U. F. Co. have been summoned to
appear in Coart on Friday 27 ch.
rte demand for bananas is still very
great. Four companies are in the field.
The price went up on Monday from 5 to
6. 5s. per 100. This is unprecedented.
During the past week Dr. George has
lost a fne mare. Whilst she was being
ridden by a boy along the main road, she
easme in coataet with a loaded banana
heart and received injuries which caused
her death.
Miss Williams, our new postmistress,
who Is acting for Miss Coombs who has
gone on three month's leave is much
takeun5o *by all., She is very kind and
p 1waethr all that can be desired.
HuCxOKt's RIVBR-Tbhe surrounding dis.
triets hae felt three shocks of earthquake
on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
But no damage has been done, although
the shocks were heavy.
Tbe H. R. 0.0.. is on top for the sea-
son. It has added two more crushing
defeats; oae agatns the John's Town
United C.C. The former had 66 runs, of
which T. Ledwidge knocked up 27 top
seere. The latter 44, of which S. Bailey
C responsible for 13. Thaeext against
Amity Hall 00., the former com-
piled for 184, in which J. Steele did re-
markable well with 64 ot oat. he latter
knocked up 54, A. Williams was top
scorer for 14. The Secretary of the H.R.
C.C. is open to accept challenges from
ay first class elub.
A pretty wedding took place at the
Friends Seaside Misson, on the 18th,
the guests were tstefolly dressed in white
aMd pntk. The spetators numbered
- over-a- huadedm A wedding Is expected
to take place on the 19hb lIst.
Things are dull; although the demand
for bneass is large, but fruit Is scarce.
The Uited FrulVt Co. ught truit three
das this week.
All th readers of the Tinas are lad
te have their valuable paper amidst them
ones mere.


October 28, 1905 JAMAICA f IMES 7

1fof the Brtsh fleet.t
il mvmU --llThe o o squadron under Admiral *
The Wals f 1attenbeig celebrated
Of ITrafltI- Ps-r":-'" TOOTH-ACHE
-- eiu sel' -as the main atd the *ial --L -- -
OUTITHEEMPIRE* W s as l o using |t old eode .lr
-On the 21st and i Uwe wr In- Ip.m., 'thoWr ofer dothof
pr.eSloY b Ktro m r Lo-hro hl- AM a nd the e LorJ. -arl 1/- per packet, post free 1/1-
pire In eomeworation of the l0th An.l- half-masted and a funeral sale of 16 5m ai m-
Tversary of the vitory of T lg and w red by the lA The wnoM Sufy Cwrpay,
the death ot Nel.m. tir a d4a ha at ah p 7h, HARBOUR STREBr., KINGSTON,
In the Motherland, the national eel- fad cstomar three vole.y. wit
bratlon In honor of the hero of Trafalgar, eo. tg eall, the And at 3. D. KIlKRAD, Ltd.
culmuatted in eareaosles at the Nfelsn ms premiely a lembd on the
was a banquet in Fehmuouger all, pa gA al 6 on Nelon.
whieh were parent the Japamse M The Meemorial service at St. subject that be ohadles and his paper was We should seek to keep the bi son
ter, Lord Bramey sad rep elntatves fPl' h O Snd was attended a worthy contribution to the local oele- of Eng and u tarnished.
all classes, especially of the army and by h Adm~l Prne, oee d m,*. brato ... Mr. J. L. Ki a, .A., Assistant Master
avy, the latter Ineluding many Gerals Tralr eentenary was dly eele- The following sumBarie d Admrals* brated Inade. The Nestem statue maetlon withithe West ladies. eAnseries. Neson gave the impets
Lord Brasey pressed to the Compay was deemrated a the famous signal was I his first voyage but one Nelson sail. toward tha6 a"val ii rpremacy whih is
a piece of oak from Nelon's fagship, the promiaealy dl Bridgetown was ed to the West Indies io a merehan ship of h serve to the m ie to-da.
vdaery. _beAS dand iliHmonatled. beleugiug to a fira the senior member of Were all drawq rar
A le= was reolvl from Vise N lr o als Tely elebreled the whharv his am (lehft) to -*Jthe 1do.va^oud
Admia U Sepreseag athe oedmee -eve t. beldlag now known as Headqarter owing to the pr ege of
of this cetenary, our r eMreua In An NIiaAn semnanm It nIn Tra --. e the J;,- ax,. We e tano l beeome
&d""nto. fur and devotito tho h great r Square was desoraed with oral amaia statio he served the whole term Admirals, but we ca all be great io the
Admiral.' Baron Hayashl, to a speech, tr it., nclading a shaplet of laurels of his Lieutenancy and Lrt period of station of life In which we are pl-oi. .
declared that Lord Nelson's memory was ad tropia flow nearly ten feet high ndepeomdent comesmand, first as command Mr, Knlag closed by urging the pupils to
as much revered in the Japaal nary a with red, white and blue streamers bear. er then as Poet captain. In Jamaia he have a purpose toIn le.
It was in that of Great ritain tang the taseription: To Nelson a grate- formed warm friendships which lasted til Mr. A. B. Edwards made a few re.
The Nelson column nto Trafalgar Suare ful recognition on behalf of the West death, among them being Collingwood, marks I: be had nottied that all the pupils
was beautifully decorated by the Navy Idies from she West India Committee,' Admiral Sir Peter Parker, Oaptia in their essays referred to Nelson's devo-
League, and around Its base were arranged and a wreath inscribed A tribute to Looker and Prince William, tion to duty. which trait at tribute so
floral tributes sent from all parts of the the memory of Nelson, from the members He commanded batteries at Fort largely to his success in life. He sincere-
emplre. of the West India Olab.' Charles when Jamaica was in great fear ly hoped that they would all endeavour to
From the top of the column waved NeWia, It may be mentioned, Is the la- of invasion and capture by the Freneh. imitate this great man in being faithful
numerous flags and the immortal signal : lad from which came Nelson's wife. He lay Il at Admiral's mountain not far to their various duties. He did not think
SKng lad expects this day that every man .from hre. After this I Jamaica i the many of them would live long enough to
ah do hi duty.' THE CELEBRATION IN JAMAICA. place I wish to go' he eaid a a aptain, eerate another eGtm ary, but h hepedi
Co.serts, bNaquets Sad oeebrati of The aeteal eamnteari on atrday was ad ai it It the Jamalea staoton we that day, the 0th October, woald lot
various kas were arranged thr hout reoon od In several difabret w to sla hd i rea his wish to get the l.ve their memom that
the Kangdom. Tvais t part of the Island olag ma..d waeI sa AdmiWranand it wold be bmefted by t leae tdaght
Amou telerms reselv dwas ae Pert Antole, but teh p "r the was i he o Leeward land where he b7 the se ts pa sor.
frmsAdmi, who ent a glow rod p riod o l there years that ha t the
sup with the wod WOOL so -
h r yr ha ly made h Is I tere w to ote that to i g growth of the Brt
wl CNy bmdeg o.l & rasoms W our put maN Celmm oh Pug tio be .,- deeI
U t elamon O. E Chwaeb C wall to 1 h the A ye-r a rela ive tof greo ae, 0o. th e pep* *o b a l e ubjeet a
tae els on KMpWaMtion was ang as p W s V" m a a useadlr Nelmsa. IL N., one of wbose amft Ja0k: 1 adood he wOdd Ubce femw
opened at the Brittshk sw t rose a-l.en e nS an-e ~s .lse oinwte wee serving at b w a, t thhe q.. Am demve ab
touan e de1e dae A;T411,t here n t, vet ae-, P s or Eal u ti as the ahandenment of B-tla-hms and _o te hbeet bluee IeN
w.hel ...s.. a.t. ;ne ne was deased wAt s tha1 n&aval s taio hbe wa with others a State ad _ample. te t0a.t.._
NWelra eolamn meae d "00 s sateein1 MAasiess l1SiE age eosalled. Zl shed life thof
adL .t.faSe..risuaiaaL In Moutego Bay,' writes r .errey- am her-. Mr. P, at thn referred to
The day was d a dthreataao t Sr the S waS pndent The Be. Mathisa preached a the hetg d p a fr- the
Trafalgar Square, em brately dmeorat lvered hibl disare rom word B e Oe a or wO perish. Dring the sermon, to be eon In another room and be ex.
was the centre to which all eeMe eOd. smer' (Lke 17:SS). There was a peak. reference was made to Lord Nelson, bat tended a hearty Inavitation to look at
and mech interest was maniested la the ad soMngregadMon. The Colonial Seoretary, the preachber pointed out that neither he them. The National Anthem was them
thousands of wreath ro h e Ohleah who wal B i. s an t i- g-r-ee bre t-I*rft e the -ittr iM ed a by
rtnee and rau eGeAM o ts Goveror. There wre a world ad apprah thegreat Master- department to the Hher Grads Seool
empire piled Ito ia mames t h mil7ary r se t taeman pl ee oeaam warstr Ww ther wae me a rand dfie.
e of the Neldmon .n.a. marette of mia. At aght thb At Mandelville, the Rev. H. Clarke who play Of photographs, over U and pte-
Amoe the eraN tribute e l ev. T Gerge ed adma y on as we wae n r to may recovered fromt toe. The1 wlVe 'remea to th
w n... promBt pet ma waVMS ev. a T. gd e r .'- *_* Mhr t-! *mte isag" WI*S. I -
ead of ftieam a whI leo Whir g ^t ^ aH Wese! e^ ofNlsM. It was very" Gu* '
baoes iNi thetgrMaa hten adw our ensespefden. A vstty d games o the greeM
Services, whch weal lma dactsud milde t l meaae sh .eea a ltu na p.m a
.k, ,wr e tM, .t m.Pa* t* MU a, m h. usi TIM CENTEE Y AT TITOr FILD *lm .
rand to oahe* e- is .e yeOk O* j Eo000 POET ANTONIO. mar e spoaly menhism b isq
he Ntav Ia. agin tem oif At- I aio a*m m.. as. G, _re w .r OM. Ikn U ra4 -e.,
jsAMis I a e. moea ,en ieimi| I M iRK .eOksVT--toLsdmeat, ar -n e ..msnr shi .. es _, to

phies rav y ente wg de m al mlv4.ee Is B 43~4 to emp edy= siim M eau
onEaseo salo anda ftheo VNationa m NOy. 1e Aos "Its *i >t, o B b ad eamet -

eo d in t-1dam wow showa
bgalS oi t Im rie di A- athe MatV a le M& on the am en evappb ol a, t e el .- N k bas
Anthem ws payS dby bands wl No to I ....ms e eam e Na sf 6l atH moo. s

aeiosT whie hl e detT-ae r o. th enedto me a. *he S M ro ihe y,,e w wIh a 3, ee
9 .. t. t-,hef ,i e h jIa a ter l

lheor we w ol d n aeltehae eee. e wr rad by B. -Mr. Heeat beve e seed ee te jea e .aa ra es t 4Malow Me thee a.a
oaSudeay thes sat AS. Paaul' COhoirul Guy. hg, Editor af the Dih y Iblea thaae inmby. Several of the best eeeaga rega lme emi e1 eno
bealms an official nature. were at*awded gral were t n nd by the vuuis ms TO e itr and bto. Th a-l

atehes ofthes Powe, te otional Au- wa saead amthe Tha BR 0. 1. 0. homas was thn

-rea Britotnsnaval se ee. 1e. At the Jamatea Institute, Mr. Oundall eanled aa *Imperial alno Day. Iehon I
I was proposed to ilauminate the Wel. aconolved and arred through the happy was a salat, one who tred to the benat t4 in sSj
s- onmoament bat, a erahof Idea of having a members' meeting, whoa hs aMilty to ovrme the verse peat of Wmn wu
ple am e nt^ lh.*t riet tfor- N els oten was end lr. himself. The hbit of beepig C
isdr Johneten of the Coloaial seere- seemed to I wra I ?
The celebration of the great annlvor. tarys Oea. This paper we read on thing to lm1^ TAflECT 1
eary wa general throuahout the Empire Satarday night to a full attendance. The past. Tha ht be fec good or evil, I flU .IUU
n tane form or the other. The cables uive Rev, Canon Sames presided, t according to the use we made of them. aSSfc mmmlmemmmmemm

us the following doteli from Imallihe If he is somewhat lakngt n-meg Netla w aNr t-lergya.m's mi-ly, a IMn. S6W -
where proceeding wre specially intere tooa, nd la somewhat oold and anatr. fact that might soouat for certain good a l

dark. ing a carefat and exact student of the I a leader lay n his power to Inpire, his P aA

SJ AMAICA TIME 8 October 28, 1905

WE A HN I MAINLY ABOUT it the appearane of swimming in the gift of the Stewart family will be erected
P R S NS air. Te boy arefally preserve every to perpetuatethe memory of the late Rev.
n AUG fi sh thus given to him. One ea tell by E. A. M. Stewart.
S0 a A c)rroewadent in Edinburgh writing a the number of them that swim from the In connection with the retirement of
friend in amaiea mentions that at the same pole how bany birthdays the little an '."alaten from the pilpit t is stated
EABLR In i|recent volunteer review by the King, the fow has had that in the morning of the fatal nSn-
only unfortunate incident was that Sir According to Mr. Pool. a New York day which witnessed Matthew Arnold's
Thomas Lipton was thrown by a restive Magistrate, there Is proportionately more sudden death at the Dingle, Liverpool,
O ran esB ana a horse. He was not, however, injured wife desertion in New York than in any the poect heard Dr. Wateon prenh. After
Dr. George of Baff Bay who only re- other iovilised city in the world, In th the sermon, Watt' affeoting bymn was
PINE-APPLES, gently entered Government service has we borough of Manhittan alone, with a sung, When I survey the wondrous
are informed by one of his admirers, lan population of les than 9,000,000, 60.000 Cross.' In the home of bis host, lmme.
and every description of Tropical Fruit. pressed the eommunlty very favourably wives are deserted each year. Experience dately before he walked out in the arms
xecutes .Orders in a manner and upon and built up a very good practise, shboed that the husband invariably tired of death, Arnold was overheard repeating
terms that leave nothing to be desired. The following were passengers for Ja. of the wife sooner than the wife of the to himself the line :-
.e uemi males by the Tagus: Rev. John Meln- husband. Mothers-in-law and trouble- deeh from his head his hands. his feet,
Cable Addres.--"0ptamist. Kingst to sh and Mrs. Mclntosh, Rev. and Mrs. some relatives are frequent eauses of Sorrow and love low mingled down,
rTABLISHED 1880. TKLKPHONNL Grant, and Miss Grant, and Mr. Walter desertion. In punishing a wife beater, Did e'er such love and sorrow meet,
Isaacs, son of the late Rev. H. H. Isaes. Mr. Pool said : If it was in my power Or thorns compose so rich a crown ?"
Mr. Chamberlain of the Athenaeum was to skin you alive I would do so, you Tr hr op ocn i owna"
one of tbe passed a by the Tagu for brute!' The grandfather of Canon Simms was
No Home complete without a New York, so was Dr. mine of Falmouth. Miss Margarefastor Chandler, a great a midshipman under Oollingwood at the
A recent arrival in the Island was Miss creat granddaughter of the first John battle of Trafalgar
Musical Instrument. Lallie Parnther, who has returned after Jacob Asto, has started a dairy near The passengers coming in the Port
completing her training course at a first- T arrytown, the home of Miss Helen Kingston includes the following : Arch.
c!ass New York Hospital. Mi"s Paruther Gould, and will conduct it in accord with bishop Nuttall, Captain Porter, Mrs,
-JUST RECEIVED- is the daughter of the Rev. R. M. Paruther the latest ideas of the Biard of Health. Robinson. Hen. J. W. Mitchell, Major
of Beechamville and sister of the Rev. As her income is already 130.000 a year, GUMraI and Mrs. Black, Mr. and Mrs.
D. D. Parnther, B.A. It i evident that it is occupation and not Aston W. Gardner, Lieutenant ff. W.
P- ia OS &CLllO .laO S There are a few of the old nobility of money that she seeks. Russeil, dion. and Mrs. J. 1. Calder,
England who set a laudable example A.pretty table observance in D2nish Sister Madeline, Mr. and Mrs. F. C,
specially made for the tropics. Also-- by prohibiting their servants accepting families is for children, even little ones Henriqies, Mr. H. Gould. Mr. R. Gilard,
gratuities from visitors or guests. The who are scarcely toddle, to go gravely Miss Church, Mrs. Grosset, Mrs. Grosset,
FOLDING ORGANS of different sizes. Duke of Devonshire, makes it an inflexi after dinner to salute their parents and Mr. C. H. Morton, Dr. and Mrs. A.
from one to three stops, and li set & 2 ble rule that no servant cf his shall take say, Tak for mad' (thanks for the meal ) Weeks, Miss Calder, Miss Capper, J.
octs. of reeds, quality Al. a 'tip.' When, however, a pirty of tour Even visitors shake bands with the host Reach, Miss DePass. Mr. T, Rawlins,
jits visited Clutsworth, a few days apo ,nd hostess, and ro thronrh the same Dr. and Mrs. Burn, Mrs. Toomas Mair,
Intend" inrcl s, would do wrI to and were entertained to luncheon and formality. In German families the same Meesrs. Guachy, McHi lop, Hero:;, HerDn,
call and nee them before going else Lere. showu- over the beautiful grounds by the custom prevails. Where the even.ng meal HAstinws, Hasti n, Lyon-, I vons. Mor-
Duke's steward ; the leaders thought the is ended the party stands up around the ton, Robinson, Stevens, Talbot, Town-
FRESH STRINGS always In stock. usual shell out' must be the climax. tible, and each shake hands with the send, Westphal, Waterschordt, Water-
The party consisted of four men and neighbour, saying, Geseglete Mahlzeit' schordt. and Biager.
E STEI K E three women and among them $35 was -blessing the coming of food. Dr. Clare has two weeks' leave of ab-
subscribed. The money was not offered The Hon. 0. E. Isases has reed his sence. Dr. Myers aets for him.
66, King Street, Kingston. to the steward, bit to an underfootman seat from the St. Edzilbeth Parochial The S. S. Oracabwsa on her way out,
at the railway station. But the footman B ard. had the disagreeable experience of fire in
Organ Factory and Music Warehouse. pinted out that it was against the rules At the meeting of the St. Elizabeth one of her coal bankers. Fortunately,
__ of the Duke's eat tblishment to accept Parochial Board last Thursday, Mr. J. M. little harm resulted.
gratuities In money.' The next day Farqibarsoa, jar., was, elected cbakran On her voyage out the Tagus carried,
IU 0 PS0, various article, of j; wellery reached the for the next term, while Mr. I r. Forrest altogether some 300 passengers.
UE^U N o Px J ; steward from London to be distributed was elected vice chairman.
among the staff at his discretion. Mr. L. Z, Brandford of Highgate h Ladies Watches.
12, North Parade, The Government have discovered that been appointed master in charge of Hope have in great variety, but no gre
the D.saraelhtan tradition in the choice of Industrial School There were many ap- have in reat variety, bt no great
Specialist in spp Rubber Tyres to Colonial Governors Is a good one. It clients. the nominmatio was by the eS favorite than our celebrated Si-
peealt in suppig eryr has, at any rate, the merit of working Edeuational Departoent and Departmeat Prie. Meda" movements in Gold or Silver
well. Both the C)olonies and the Mother of Public Gardes and Plantatto Mr. oas*, Keywind or Keyless, at only 30/-
Sole Agent-Goodyear Tyres. Country benefit, and both are satisfied. Braodford will take up dates end of Oat. for the Silver, or 4 4a, and 6 6s. for the
But Mr. CLAhmberlain created a new pre The King of Italy received the sam of Gold Cases See page 7 of the Catalogue
cedent. lor some reason he appointed 2.000 anonymously for the benefit of the we will send free on application to J. N.
distinguished soldiers and tailors to the sufferers by the earthquake. Baron Kot Masters, Ltd., Rye. Eneland.
post of L eutenant Governer. But in a chen, Ruasian Consul now states the con-
4.' ) self-goverming Colony t4hei talents were t-lbution w aamade by the Czar. .my numerous Patrons and the
Swsted, aLd tLia the Governmeat soon The dearthis announced in EBgland of L General Public.
perceived. Hence the appointment of Mr. J. C. Chopptin, K. 0., formerly At- I Rmo my in
Lord Chelmeford, whose laurels are yet torney General of St. Vincent and a as- have Removed say baaness to
to win. He is a young man with acharm- tive of that colony. [f linr t ( MIn l rn'nwr 14
Ing wife and young family. To Londoners The following passeagens sealed ln the 5J &tU i l Ste Iof lu'ry g.
he it best known as a County Oo-"eallor. SBieris for fsavvilla, Carthagena and 0 F i J Il.
Gold Medal BSt. ous, 1904. That he will be smooesMful and come beek Limon. Fer Lmon : Miss J. Wilson, Keep our eyes attentively on this
Mve a Goodyear tyre on your sheel ; with valuable experience will be th. wlas. Mrs. M FqUt-, Mr. F. Record, Mr. space and remember that the Xmas. Sea-
S l i heM v cle. Prevent's jia of all who know his capabidtes and his Oraword, Dr. W.J. Lis; for vaila son is oming.
e e co m great charm of manner. Lady Chelms. Mrs. Brakley, and Mr. Oavelier and 42 I W preparing to met yourequire-
a"d loose bolts, and adds to comfort of fod is a daughter of Lady Winmborne and deckers for both ports. mete alorng this, and at th& e eme time
War and horse. has the Chuachill ability and wit. As it Mrs. MeMilan, Presyterian Miseoa- ainlatin my reputation as leader for
is on his wife that much of the success of ary in West A4tea a been orderede by high-ew. work and punetuality.
i* a Governor depend, Lord Chelauford is, thi Doct 4 there- 1o. lea.Q iamaately
U 7 08 *indeed, fortunate. for a furlough in 1 =I= ,
O U A lady h forwarded f0 'for the Mr. Fotrbea, 0 lr, to be pea- L ate L. Mudahay) Merhant Tailor;
Bible Soeety's work in Japan, after read-"IAlosed7 \ K< a St ., oer. try St. Kla bton..
IL V 3~llXTI ttig the Angust n mber of r i le AtN X0%u ffathtly dae of be Writ
lIiJiL th World, lent by a friend. IndI 0 ms. t"08.- P1t 1er1 M. Alle 0,
On -tthe annivtreary i^epaa -sro j eea dor'.- -re n*e AA -1 ,,e,, se
a Wt B TB9 birthday his parents "pr entitwl8a Uoontal i aeof gd ssd Mam tu
hue paper Afish, made 9t a -gay'platoed of the eyatti. Mr.' k aIom NN ovar d5
KIMasEonR JAMAICA. bag, with a boop of proper demeaones presded,. Amag-t t be peent were: O" W'Sfaa
forming the mouth. A strtgin t slesto the Mr. A. MaeDowe latkaa, Mr. A.
m Oa ages wre Eleganta Ow hoop, and the fish is hotsted to a polet on Nathas, Mr. L. behals, Mr, Harry Berger
Sb.u.d and wl aaad wl il the roo of the bhua. Then the wind rush and Mr. Frank Br ger. D & L
Iag through causes the fish to swell out The ComwalfU Birld says of the Fal. t.. U s.ea.s.
O Os~athmminn tatelligent and clvii to the proper e:se and ahape, and gives t month Parish OChurb that a Chanwel thep *m a esa. W sem.-M amea.m


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October 28, 1905 J AMA CA TIM 8.

GENtIRAT. rtTals ofmes of the somf In S. Petersbur at am tig o"of 8,000 elsewoere posed offquitly,..

--- bh lf of s t e-arte on aU the railwe local authorities for lack of
(&y D. W. I. Cm*k) Mat and ari Th oed w -,y sr The a an i
M S and N T m ed ao &mfw roads, be ith, but uder ended and oops are ty s
Britai D, n,) arms and W----' ., w_. t s an Nt eepetedfi=
r G e. th. -th.e.. ~r Te decision eof the rafl- ere..
Britain. oveihit< was leai R. to. s i-t _nsn ely om-plicated the problem. At- wounded da riotingn.
skowem at Boxhllei Blrrel, w Bi .* n.t oAT-a. re a tl'. ,-
for a walk slipped fell and broke a ban .. .......... ..... --empts continue, --t. --,-,awe troopss rec"U.,
for a walk lippedell nd broke o r Prde o the The strike has taken a violent turn in and with her arrival relative tranquility
Inehilef tol. fTe oaident is causing ImperiaLnk, replyng ano ainq mid a number of cities, from which come re- prevlls. The city b gradually Manmim
concern to friends o g to i he i nternatiourM e tagl a port of eooounters between the mobs and its norml condition
vansed age, now satisfatory. There was no likh- Ulice and troops. Agrarian disorders The oafias of the street rfways
hood of the rate of daconit of the Irm have broken out. timate the dmwee gsre to their proer.
Follwg the example of penial Bak ig raised. The Bank's At harkoff, a serious conflict between ty a about o50 'vo
S the Premier of New Zealand, situation was f ble troops and the people oeurred. 3,000 troop e now arrived and order
Empire. mir Altredjekin, Premlr of ROM AND FiANC7-T.The Vtican sa* Wile a meting of 20,000 cities, stu has been restored. Te troops are till
the Au a commonwealth. thoritie instruct Moaigor imaaldini, dents and workmen ws i progress, the patrolling. Probably 60 pe n were kill.
t making at to viSit gland Papal Nuano at Madrid, not to partc cry of The Cos s are coming! I ed and 900 wounded daring the rto g.
next presumably to attend the Co- pate i any ofelal eremonies incident to was suddenly raised ad paie followed. _
loull Conferese, eve though the same the isit of .M Lobset. This still far- Many were anje in the et h. I Too r to t
has not yet been ofally smmoned. their emphasizes the bstetms felt by the ,The romd cats tset with scvalry. lap., e and m frm aom.
Sit Alfred believes the dty of the colo- Holy See over what it leaders te per- Both side sawed seriously. Strikers bained flee was a mos notab
ale is to show a united eonviltlon tht section of the church in Franoe. ve plndered the gunsmith stores and afir, Te's ir wa u sly do.
the Empire should put trading relations --- a d themseve. A s ity of the coated flowers, and the public fe.
en a preferential bsi. The Storthing ha decided, eA esarie of life Is already felt. ing towards m as axt only n ar
The Oandlian militia authorities are Norway. to postpone the debate on the. Tha Uoop slthe r Est re b l- tot@nw
satialed that the way hs been cleared for' motion presented by 10 men. rapidly demoilisd. To was em is at and
getting control of the Ralifar mwarhno thb t the future form t the Gover- Ther A-Chines B k is prepafilu Admirals Katakso, Kiamimu an
at a very early date. General Grierso ment be submitted to a plebiste. to reopen ts former branches. The withthd respem ve m
has made strong reprdsentatous to the The postponement was unanimously Anr railway will be immediately ex- T O's carriage, eorted by a body-
Imperial Goverw meant whieh is expected earned on the understanding that the ended. Local industries are being re-es- u of troop, passed though an arch
to expedite the departure of the Imperial motion will be distcued simultaneously tablished in front of the railway stao. The
troops. with one whish the Government will in- Service of thanksgiving and peae have streets were lined with an immense crowd
Referring to Mr. Seddon's willingneu troduce. been held in all churches throughout the who:shouted heartily : Banzais' a the
to socept an invitation to the colonial Empire. party passed. Three battalions of Guards
conference, the Times says that other At Moscow, the railroad M. de Martens, who for many years oe under Major General Togo acted as a
Colonial lRetiers will follow his example. Russia. strike at this time Is apt to copied the chair of International Law at guard of honor.
It may be taken for certain that some seriously cripple the work of St. Petersburg. ha resigned. He was a In receiving the Admiral's report, His
time next summer this important series relief in the famlue stricken provinces, member of the Russian peace commission. Majesty warmly praised the services ran.
of Important gatherings will be renewed and also to impede the movement of the The compilation of lists of electors for dred by him, his officers ad men.
In London. years grain erops a the railroad. even the )anma has been completed in many Tm did not anchor even one in five
The Prine and Princess of Wale under normal eouditions, are not able to districts. The number of electors is a
reached Geno 0 0th, and went on board keep the grain rop moving properly. small. In Dorpat there is only oe. At Yokohama, Ot. 90.-He arrived oa
R.M.S. Benom. They were gire 139,84 ean were await removal on A&t Misk, the RevelU party his M iA d
most cordial reception. The Prince tele October 9th In various eo s. and the met in a Jewish school ior cu g re i i prepare
graphed the King reeslling the bonds of aIrr and oal districts re daIly Inaere- sandidtes for the Nationa Amssebly, t al review e
friendship unitinR the Britlsh and Italian Ing their 5amsnulation. -thaen w dispersed by oseaska and 1po-. gTe wl t Ka
Royal families and their respective co1a. Grset sttg is aerfai If grain and lisa. -h-lt- see
trime. The R mown sailed on Saturday OM pmvim eanet be fe ed5 into Workmen in retaliation attack the 4 a a l
morning. the famine distriet where up to the pre- Ooeasek with stleks 100 perno were c fresh from the warerw
Arrangements have been made on the set rdee ha been aed on aeo d n0 veely injured. vioe of una ed me.
sown, for the publhi'nT of a newspaper, fll. An perial ukase ahowris provi- Three hundred and eiht waraie. t-.
Intelittaoe tor whih will be communal The 'stkers boeeed the Post and siUay the se of the Polish Lithanian e tg e apmreds nms ttel
cated by wireless apparatus. I OffiS dem ed to prdt lagUagee la private schools of Poland. Twelve auxiliary crisers Inldian te
The qaetion of Newfoundland eterag t d tceh of mt e and telem Itrutons history and geography captured Be iand 77 tor-
the Canadian Doua s again the At Ld, the employees of even fae- uast be given In Rnlan. pedboats sad Ave sba n w
subje of confidential egotations with tries srck There are 48,000 workmen --dr awn uo In a lines.
some hope of snemes. on strtke. Tbe Governor has asked the The figure of railroad The Emperor, on the Asma, passed
SGovernor-General to declare martial law The States. acidnts for the fal year long the front of the fiat lne headed
Mouocco-The steamer A trike is declared on the Vistula show pasengen killed 850; by the battleksip Shikihim a.
International. Pathfinder has arrived at "M a. injured 6,498. employees killed was 78 During th maeaovree, Togo was at the
Tangier. uith Captain The employee of the Mosoow an Kara injured 7,06. Therevwer e87pa senge Xmperor's ide. me Emperor then e
Orowther and ueat. Baton, the British Bliy streak, ttfflo o intrraptd kiled in other th an 3, 2 in- oelved in aSdiSe on board the Asms
officers captured by Moroeoan tribes Wsok eis also on Y.daros and jare sad 2,4a mplo i esd,3 the Admiral and Captahs of the h
on board. Those rwer wao Arhangel Raiw Te on the injured. wargip
by their captors. Meeow and S. r have A grand t of tal of pangm killed. Th wea wa fr, bet itwa
RAc- a AND ,V NoMA-Th Amar-- Tl10e h se aw e O 10,040 Injaed, 3,261 employ on t e water.
an Government has l S MIM uss.e a m T 45,9 t '11ts sh an l s Popir estudam was rou-ed to the
ter Russell, to eadesvar to arra.ae the uIs The o of 117 a eeas kil and L9ar hihe pitoh. Beder te ths
Pranco-Vaeu-awian diplomsa.l t. a wot e e ead a o 106 employee wo witm t n l t tram
Mr. Rassel wil have an Intt ew with l and atnbi boo asrease of 1,10 .mpleeqre sorto of -Sad vam IllS a thba
the resident. The 0 O d, so news jured. There were 6, ellitone wih all the alte, of vam d
The incident aroe from the wrtoe. u1 appew ,* a low of S,819 ad 5,271 d imnts te shore were.d y oo d wieh
lodged berb 1t at Cara ads tbhe ~rl m al t soh a o tal of 11,45, ttors
rech d'Tras a now se stons and deral and a total ,e rview a o paoo
a French U la o kbeewe amm xad =e"=" maOsy less of 81,9430. stmlus to national edMeaie.
anstrimeprst eekn d 0e 016s t do COMMt at* eMlae too natona la a

se04tt ofh %bFon oe Japineoa .' I rpre rm se o s _ge s o A MU at rwt
oblesio o fvent a am detrlth te pra smweiem btior ,417 eIe nere same o ate last year. Arthur
t-U a. a them,,by. m a
Sny had oapse te% aP M aim. a ..... -
Via l J! Lea1 17la5 ita *lscat'a* -A ,na- Cmj Mantine In tbaa nesin -f to
Set ofper one a t o tt a e shh t aNbo ls hs thet S Ws hae to ba hel, 1... -- %e .. ..a .s
a" 931st ,,dem 0;6,m10 t def be o t er. d set t a msea" d meate s t T -a a-i" s s,
tbohe ft" 1ormans t ete r ea h M 'in p od a- toingf W"o he MA in Ab oeefal as a eea W Itter. aA Jofrt Par* f4eeC awd
taeay Fte aovrmet f 5 jurr Ia aS hw t and so iiln m ow apa marc amemua by tIe f1eeIer
mr algi'e s a tprenaa Cl Cet ohad u ee oetat t t wah t S oof bas salu toS
no av edso _sAt&A&& Wth t Ovh, ai stoas Md Itd wif doklssdin oatht ft ab.
ga.eh nohtic..e e.2.. eba..... / a Np a. gM abi dt h n

xn tots o l al fart pa i h osihtrte.e mills savd oiaatto a t oorea toaad lat atkf ta

t revoluon was th p pla wee sters uoao. drivers The Alit urtmaas at _m con. .ra th
Andrews, Vice Pres-dent t the .ttlona who were prepare take oat tralas baed all day on the rd p P ray o
Asphalt Compiy,. before Oommlsstoner Retolver shots were xcnaged and a Geese untila snaildetachment of tram -. in
Gllchrist in takna evidence to settle the number were kiladorS v Sag d ad a fewshot were Ered exhange tfo dier SteS* b a
s*Hi of the Veateuelan Goveraeet Warsw is now completely tuolatd, ***e codSbe etroySd
atainst the ThwSok e T ttikobaa.pead lo all the lIroads, was ws T lamps, pubSil seats, T~tqwtH loafer 00 the iRteao the
Asphalt Comp'ny, for 82,10 .000damages A meet milk and coal nlutaI fe aS3ed. pnumonts sant downs. deseratto. of the -Odor of the GOter
for alleged participation i. retoteson. The dar has pardon l all the Japanese The Baks sand basness houses remains which" wi he on eye by aepecal amiss
Andrew t ae d mopey waroidftohproe prenne who, on acouont of infrateonas closed. sloe beded by Pine Arthr of 0mm.
In vol S3 r of the at of satmead to liprisonmst, in order that aThe workmen deolara that they are net la New York, the P- t 1 Daglaai
Mra ms K~ lr, ex-of the they may accompany thbr coar to ble per the stattag wb was ter. A a pdap teve n teed elabe
Natlonal Asphalt Company, teastled that Japaa. gi3K! by towdl tax tgwtagh urn i tei gda o ictk tookI t


T Re i aul dits Frilts.


There is a Fountain. filled With
Drawn from Emanuel's veins.
And sinners plunged beneath
that flood,
Lose all their guilty stains.
All this week the special meetings con-
nested with the Revival movement in
Kingston have been held in the Town
Hall. There will be such meetings to-
night and three times to-morrow. The
attendance have been good and night after
night, few or many have made the Great
Decision, the testimony of those who
have exporieneed the saving power of our
Saviour has been given, and the earnest
workers have done their beet to aid the
spiritually lost and distressed.
We have kept In toueb with thee meet
Inob hb visits to them of staff representa-

tives of this paper and it will be under-
stood that we are embodying here facts
collected by our own reporters and con.
cluslons of our own. They are not sup-
plied to uas ready eat.
Less about the Revival in detail has
perhaps appeared in the TIMis than in
a-iy of the leading papers in the Island
As we have said it in a difficult matter to
pronounce on, but ae Ia our steady policy,
to the extent that we have been convinced
that the movement was doing good we
have given it unhesitating support. That
support we think is deserved, for though
there are deals which we cannot agree
or admire, and though the leaders, being
men, have no doubt their fauls, and are
not always wholly white or wholly di
cret, these are things that are Inevitable
in moVemeuI that place men under
trong mental and spiritual intluemes.
Life is a wayward forest. These are minor
matters that may well be pointed out as
minor matters.
A ministers not to be considered an
enemy of the Revival because ho warns
people to be careful not to fall nto
empty excitement, be to its friend1 if the
warning is tactfully given. But while we
make no sweeping statement on the sub-
ject, the attiade of many ministers to-
wards the Revival is marked by a timidity
and in some case by an actual coldness
that speaks not of the fullest life. They
should look with more Iypathy Into a
movement that hasu unr ome exere-
Msen of expression a reforming energy.
The Individual assurane that he has
gained eternal life, the deepest and most
solems assurane e b have, may be
regarded as peulialy on individual mat
Sr father thae one of c mmunal inter
set, but no mreoaMble man will not deny
that when a drunka'd is made sober, or a
vietous man virtouas, or a wastrel an
ho0e0t working member of society, when
eoeublnaoe to given up, and women
resign the wage of shame that keep
them in eo fort and choose rather to
work and endure hardship, the* are
eominuaaltpls These re w reuto -olbs
aeviv l that peood setheas will a *l
These are facts that will speak for

Council Of Churches.
Th- p -tapmned quarterly meeting will
be beld to the Christian Chutm, Ktangtoo,
Nov. 1, St 3 p m.
The annual public meotin will be held
held I BAdeondeon Ball, Nov. 1, at 7.30
The ohar will be tak by the Prei-
dent: Beoy. Wm. Pritt, M.AL d the
maMian will be addreseed by Rev. L.

Jeowssto, M4A.s. B. moaser
Union of the Oburehe;l" ev. P. Wil-
iasm on The T idusatmal 8tmatealo.
wnd ae. 0 aser en ,Theiugits
Md Duties ofltlMsh0p.

.A Talented Visitor.
In a AMO the ami
by Mu ea tba of the U. 8. warhip
Dwe end reprtoome one of his sketch-
The taleasd i rtl-i to however
a Marine and not a sailor as we tated
We will have pleasre In reproducing
another of Mr. Fountain's sketches In our

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% %l^ Ivo xu Y IU al j ux L Umi, tU T ibIi, vi "I usI*. iN$ G UI
and drink something pure, STRATHMILL for preference. The
safest drink ever offered to the Public.
Sole Agents for Jamaica, FRED L MYERS & SON.
28 Port Royal Street, Kingston.


Matthew's, Allman Town

The Harvest Festival at this church
takes place November 12th, when the
preacher will be the Rev. Bobinson, who
is known for his earnest and able dis-
We have from a Member of St. Mat.
thew'ie' lengthy eominulrn e in wwhieh
be contradlets a statement, whibh he says
appeared tI the papers, to the effect that
the church under prese arrana ea
to making progress. Member' asier
that it is not, and seds us the n sme of
the panonwho he alleges sent what he
terms the *puff paragraph' to the paper.
We do not find ourselves able to print
this ooemm-nwitio, because in the first
plae the statement complained of did
ot appear. so far as we are aware in
this paper ; and secondly because while
we have every wish to aid church work
we cannot persuade ourselves that this
matter, which in any ease only concerns
a small Hmubrban, church deserves to oe.
oupy a column of the TIMI. That is
aboat the space this letter would fill.
But if Member' ito very serious in the
matter, why not go to the church sutbhori.
ties, a the Archbishop onee *aiJ' wish all
due respect to newspapers, the affairs of
the dioese emannor be administered in
their golmas. a fact for which we at least
are devotly thmakfL

Aunt Meonto.
Below are the psles for October 7th,

total 42.
F. 4. Palese r, Lnasted, 3.
BL A. IL, Kins*B, 36.
CrofHt% Bill, is,
May. Perincesv st-Ot. 4.
ft"dow"9" Wait.36.
Ne'l. Kineeto, sI.
H. C. Johnston. Moutego Bay, 17o
Jak, Albany, 85.
leoner is the winner*
To all who should get books sand ave
not yet please aeept my apolojiee. I
eoao get the Uilter to listen to me
when I write him abet thea, but I have
tied agatw ith week and hae been very

* Blmba thanks for year lener, worry your
paper was late but the aswere were In
ioe, whydid you not doallof them,
those yorddwere all rigL. Nest tme
ye sa do oem
May, thanks for your note, t was only
a paeien the appearance of the lit not
a flU etop.
A. H., thanksfor your note I am not
lck or out of town, only a lilt l y.
D. G. L., where are you, not siek I
SJaoobus, where are you, no answers
again this week ?
| Good bye for the present. I am etc.

A Now Enterprzo.
The irm of Messrs. Fred. L& Myers and
Son, have acquired the long established
anad well known Aerated Water Manunac-
tory of Mr. Fournier. The business is to
removed from Orange Street to No. 23
Port Royal Street. diagonally opposite to
the fi's headquarters, and will be known
in future as the Colonial Mineral and
Aerated Water Company. Thee premise
are now being renovated and repainted
and within a very short time will be spiok
and span and ready for business. Mr.
Fouraler's services have been retained as
MEaaer. This gstol-wn is a P remh-
n by birth, and eaue to Jamaica
twelve years ago, and was one of the very
frst to engage in the manufacture of
rated drinks here. His experience ham
been wide and it eo safely be said that
Mr. Fournler Is a thorough master of all
the ins and ous ofthts bunes It If-
well known that Feurnter'e drinks have
hold their own with the best on the loeal
market, for their desey of flavour and
power to sfrsh the thirsty toiler of this
tropical land. Ina addition to the usual
brands of sada watr and mweet driak,
the manufacture of active beeow nd tout
will be an important feature. This move
should meet w ba suappe rSs Othere
is no doubt that a ftry of tis kad
long been wanted In Jamaia. With thm
plant already take over aT d he mper-
tatea of some of the last machinery
the factory will eo hbe oi fall *wig.
Mr. Foutraers aby and skill, basked
by-tht nury anlpmsk Messrs hod..
L Myers o wlsurely enhance the
mseeees that as already bee ehi ved.

A Good Idea.
Mr. J. P. Myers, a newy elected mWm-
ber a the f'ty Council hae eprmeIsd tbe
opinion, sadth i os r to uppo It,
that there uld Be a authorined tI.
spestioo ofth boler ta nue t veartousa
patofKl Left eotnly without
mbee s may easily reeh
a o.'4i"--- that maske. s dagem-
to the live. of the work-p sL Mr.
Myuers i undoubtedly right mW teI
oe. and It Is pleassat oe that his

ant aset in la Cou n eold have bn
ia this hnmaalterisa diOetios."

The War Cry-"

The urront Ory is remmarkably wll
printed. The rontplee i a ttmm t
pletre of an lArmy Lasde in the eold
'lt a are' white antSo rhavesV Te Pa.
per provides as asal detailed ne of the
operations of the Army, and a special
arttile deals with the life and labour of
General Booth as a 4 spiritual Emperor.'
Srhis is an extract from a Efamous London

drink once
in eight days.
But who

wants to
be a
Camel !!

6K< J

October 28, 1905


(By D. IF. abe.)
In Englanisd the bye-election at Ramp.
-tA-J I__ l_1_t l t r (UL /TT)..ti.it

4.265; Rowe, (Liberal) 3,808.
The bues Ounal company announced
that the clearing of the channel has been
completed and that shipping will be .able
to pass night and day.
An uneredited rumour is in circulation
that General Jose Miguel Gomea (ex.
Governor of Santa Clara province) is buy-
ing 6,000 rifles in the United States for
the purpose of organizing a revolution in
The United States eoruier Minsippolis
froe to Genoa where with the French and
Brlsh squadrons, the cruiser will take
part In the naval display to-day Oct. t8th,
when the King and Queen will inaugurate
the now harbour works, an event of great
naMonal Importanoe.

Agitators are holding revolutionary
metigp in the factory districts and a
T. t he e o 19 te to-idapdy et.
8th. The price .of food is rapidly in.

we-sg. & liiepiue cumiiuUICwtmuu ILon]
to Wara is interrupted.
It to reported that mutiny has occurred
on the Russian battleship Caterineat
Sebastopol and that 400 of her crew have
been arrested.
By Imperial order the garrison of St.
Petersburg has been placed under com-
mand of General Trepoff, Assistant Min.
iater of the Interior who is Leld respon.
sible for the safety and ord-r of the oap-.
tal and the troops distributed in various
parts of the city, but martial law, with
its aeeompanying hardships to the peo-
ple, has not been proclaimed. The garrl.
son has hitherto been included in the
military district of St. Petersburg, of
whish Grand Duke Vladimir is chief.
All the Ministers .were in conference
with Gen. Trepoff. They are deliberation
en an eIlargId law of assembly.
The moat dealers in St. Petersburg
have ben ordered by the revolution-
hita not to deliver most to the troops
under pain of death, and consequently the
seiters are living on canned goods.
All the schools here were closed and the
children sent home with instructions not
to return uutil their parents think it is
aafe to do so.
The great strike promises to delty and
possibly interrupt the negotiations for
the Russian loan. The International
bankers do not seem to be greatly dis-
t-rbed by the situation, although they
are constantly in receipt of threatening
letters from the revolutionists warning
them that if they contract a loan without
the censent of the National Assemblv it
will bo repudiated. NeverthMes, they
are not disposed to else with the Gov-
ernment until the situation hasi lered
The fat that the *te may jopardi
the suees of the lean is one of the most
potent levels beMid the Government and
makse the foreign bankers :the unmoe-
etus alns of the far-reoseng reforms
wheh are about to be promulgated
The sroere of the fands which are ap-
Maretly -> 6 command oft ti revolt.
tlonIts s a my tery. In Moscow the re
voluteary e mitte payng strikers
7 da and hbas invested Ie sum in
ari a amu iti The nl e M War-W.
trifde epepared la Fnland and Polaad
woe p tt obtse purebhad by the oon.
n Is s ald that fnaanDl aid
beiag roeteivedre Sollbt- and revolt.
The Power an w b mtning for a naval
demoaustraston against Turkey.
The Colotal OorWefamee In England
wil take pluae ext July.


abs Biread o' senrvtee, arrived with
Over 30M e-O tromCla oenThu.
*w i *amy on the m.
Mtrn sI T ie O s a haiome little
pft ad will eoe regularly to King-
ames weesy*.
It ao nfeewort fat that of dlu
ea arrival on Thrsday, there%
**t u cI fo t betan Qe.--n. U e
Norwetas and one Cuban. %
The t. .. rM, in opening the new
route to New York, has broken the reo-
ord making the passape in xae* four
days. She leaves a ain 4 p.i, t.Jay
and toIs due on Thursday morning.


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Though the subject of the above cartoon is no longer topical, our readers will we know, be interested in it when we mention that it is fsm
drawing of a young Jamaican who is now in New York. Tljs is Mr. H. G. E. brooks of 438 West, 45th Street, Nw Yodr.

now.u bc

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aW Address eommnnicatioun to
Managing Editor and Proprietor,
T. H. MAcDEIMOT, Editor.
128, Harbour Street, Kingston.
Telephone No. M, Hylto'is Times Store.

Mr. Gamaoe Lyvow Baown writes :
The Rev. MaWtAs from his pulpit in
the Montego Bay Parish Church told
his people on Sunday Evening lately,
You are at Marah today, but you
wili be at Elim to morrow; to-day'
you may drink the bitter waters of
afMfition, sorrow, aud dietrees, but
to-morrow you will drink of the
sweet wells of prosperity." This
brought to my mind the following
lines by GOETHE, which I read years
ago in THOMAs CAuLILB'S "Past and
"The ma 's ways are a type of exis-
And his per itmace
Is as the daqe are f men ia this world,
The future bides in it gladha and sor-
We tpr Wtithrog,
Nauagt that i'es oin it daanting us

The best laid plans of miee and
men of ten go wrong, as w were told
long ago by the Poet who once in-
tended so make Jamaica his home
to didn't. u .
The prodeon J-* good half-tone
adk Jaa 2n o besnt not aly-
with expen we4esh4e the sake of
iorulag th value oft tUTma to
its readers we ave, adly under-
taken, buas beset alo w uliie
which it is impossible aWt 46re-
R- #k F _-'* a _


hands of our readers, safe, sound, and I
appreciated, by this time seven days
hence. In the meantime orders can
be booked. The Supplement as we
mentioned last week will contain:
2- .- -a a- 4er .- .

rorrairts OT neir r xcesien(;Irww
The Governor and Lady Swet-
The New Coadjutor Bishop of
Madame de Montagnac.
The Hon. George Solomon.
Rev. T. Bailey.
Hon. J. Johnston.
In another section of the Supple.
ment there will also be illustrations,
by kind permission lof the Governors
of the Jamaica Institute, of several
remarkable curiosities in the Museum.

The selebrations that have
minded us of the Centenary
.&L It ,E M & I A-


iHW VItufr7 UI AJrAlIg Ar, BDiU Ui
the death of NuLssN, have made
vivid ones again the fact of our
great Admiral's living belief in
GID and Duty. Ihe hearts of
many must surely have thrilled
on Sunday as they listened to the
great words that painted anew
the old but ever true principles.
At the Scotch Kirk the lesson
was taken from the Epistle of St
Peter, and the ringing words, ad-
mirably read as they were, lifting
the clean, strong, reasonable
ideals of life, sruek a note which
it seemed to us would remah the
hearts of us all an a people, if
only they could be eId en ln
that sample and thrilg strength
into those hearts. What a revo-
lution it would be, what new
atiength and wealth, and health,
and happiness it would put into
our Island, if, no matter with
what outward detail and differ-
eueo of expression in word sad
deed we worked out the im ulse,
the sonvietion, and the sincerity,
if that impulse conquered our
hearts and held it; if that coe-
viotio ompied d
omr lads, if that tshesrity Mote
with irradiatiBg a ni
(rene through r r D %
failing fountain of Ldfe.
Read the wods
strong, who m
through them, something for
everyday, practical existenee, amd
*enetiog for making alI tibt .s
avenue towards the ~arthest et~
nity. ;,
With well-doing ye may
to silence the orae of

C As ff but sot using yo
liberty i a cloak for malleiio
nea, bit as servants of GOD. O
Y oaour all men Love tho
'A*-^ 3B _* #" ** W^


straightforward life, that is better
thin to be dishonest, and coward
ly, and impure. We may some
short ef those ideals, come short
we wilL but are we looking to
A A-

wards tem r ?Are we struggung
towards them ? No matter in the
meantime what our creed aWy, are
we sincere ? Have we seen the
light and are we toiling toward
it? Like some ocean island of
fairy beauty, too small to be in
any part of it out of hearing of
the sound of the surrounding
Ocean, mortal existence hears the
Oceans of Eternity sounding
round it. And in seasons of fine
Though inland far we be.
Our souls have eight of that immortal
That brought u hither.
A number of the persons who
*t .

are paued along I currut me ua
tioo as irreligious,* are not ir-
religious at all, hut they are
afraid of slipping into cant and
shrink from the attempt to ex-
press their deep convictions and
beliefs. Many who arelin the
tangle of vice, bate the wrong-
doing that entangles them ; and
yet are unable to take hold of
any of the hands held out to save
them, but looking Godward, to
our Maker as to our Father,
bringing ourselves, without inter-
vtlion or aid from man into
realisation of that relationship
that is living and enduring, that
is the greatest reinforcement that
the good in man ea receive. It
l a new dignity to life, it
mnEblee action, -it lifts us to a
sblaitk tableland of truth, where
those that otherwhere seemed so
differentiated that all unity for
them was a hopeless dream, if
e a dream, meet is a union
at is aoaf el0le5s as the growth
of a violet uoder the glow of
analight -
T? #ad GoD, to finad Law;tt

.& we rieesro height to
ft a- I ** I* -

foi tr a amn; what a gain foj

gy, however we fay7 that
Arm or rmed, or fore or eere-
mMy aull and come short, be it
ri as a people to realize that

Ir SttkTthe ats weagcw ,r. to

e4 laaip ; and w
as be aneris it ia
I e aa i ty that it bet
be tr than false, it beer
tobe pae thansimpare, is bet

__4m fmw ww. -nmm -- IN-i, m w

ww -- -- -,
bas compelled the delay-Of ar 8gap.
plesmenst which was fixed to appear
to-day. la making this anaounce-
meat no one of our readers can feel
more disappointed than do we our-
alves, but as we say in Jamaica when
-,weh- e ra- np again-t the intevita.
ble wah fedo." We hope that the
delay will not be beyond a week, and
that the Supplement will be in the

-&I--MV M- -^* "- N%- "s -%-IF
.thAWmg." The essence of a
straight, manly, healthy lie is
gers. Whatever the partiailar
form of our belief, however we
differ in the details of our for.
mulated breeds, the good in every
man, the manly aoul of him,w
agrees that to be honest, and
brave, and to live a clean and

VW W 141 UU S MUI UEi14'oWvL5
inag and brave, than to be dis-
honest, an idler, sad a coward.

Oa page 2 of the pre-nt igeo,
readers will find the full particulars
regarding the Exhibition that will
be held at -the Jamaica Institute

October 28, 19415

next year. The competition in Arts
and Crafts thus placed within reach
of talented Jamaicans should excite
general interest, and win substantial
support. This is admirable work
for the Tnstitute to undertake, and all

wJo have6 the cause of culture and
?he improvement of our Craftman-
ship at heart, must lend it their
hearty Aid. In the first place, though
this is the fourth year in which the
Institute has organised and carried..
through such an Exhibition, it has
done so under great drawbacks as
regardsfinansei. There are inciden-
tal expenses which are unavoidable,
however careful the management,
and however economical. The Gov.
ernors of the Institute are also
anxious to offer substantial prizes as
well in money, as in medals
and certificates. But the Govern-
ment has so far not seen its way to
give even a small special grant to aid
the Exhibition. In preceding years
LA- .... .-A 6 -- n-.. .i hv e fthe An-

P)- A;U mWI In Wr o --

Me nwu Me1 -- AV MI *- -- -ry --- -%
nations of some of our leading resi-
dents who thus show in a practical
and direct way their interest in the
promotion of the Arts, and the more
skilled kind of Manual work as well.
We hope that these generous indi-
viduals will repeat their gifts this
year, and that others will join their
ranks and enable the Institute to give
some money' prizes. At the same
time we would like to impress on the
public that the certificates and
medals to be gained at the Institute
are in fact more valuable than mo-
ney,. They carry with them a unique
diinetion, a adare prize of which
their winners may justly be very
proud. On what is generally termed
the practical side of it, also, is must
not be lqst eight of that the Inust-
tte't txhibliton are visited by the
most cultured and well-to-do people
in the Island. If it is a case in
which the Exhibitor seeks only that
appreciation of his or her ability
which all honest and talented work-
em pi- there omuld hardly be
tomun er a better entre for focus.
edtg thl beat and msmt informed
opiniqa on the subject. But if the
eb is ** to do business," then
eqty here is a good openineq; for
ple who inspect these exhi.
bT are the people who have the-
-"fey, and the people who have in.

The bygone Exhibitions have in*
trodueed some skilled workers to new
nmarkoet. To make the exhibition
-tim fullest oee, the oo.operetion
is needed of our Ministers and Teach.
ea, and we ask them to throw them-
-elves into the matter with ee** y,
and to draw the attention of their

in the Bxh$m.uonBly a few
ebool have ta.eapa ia the
Ar nD a NrimmEEIolmonisa fact-
that is not to ie credit of our oner.
getio taches. QouldI the J. U.T.
not do something to bring the matter
before teachers :
N- .

RHODA BROUGQRTO is a name too
well-known in current literature to
-meed much introduction, though we
may remind the reader that the late
M. TAtma held, and in his most in.
teresting work on English literature





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expressed, a very high opinion indeed "There was silence. He maw it unharmed, for we are informed began with the question of th*
of her powers. Though perhaps the all For onee she was speaking truth that certain turtle that are no oriterioa of truth being given by
Frenchman somewhat exaggerated The poor little welf, seeing the goal euitible for shipping purposes immediate sensation, and not only
his praise, there is no doubt that of toilettes, diamonds, automobiles weald do as well as any other for rs the Stole said, in so far as
RHODA BouaoGToi is thoroughly ahead of her, and making for it menipg. In addition to saying sense was determined by thought.
versed in the story-teller's craft, and fighting withall her thief's wepo te, .-we u- like to 'y a word Jo senation. the mind ie pturoy.
that she possesm in rshh measure of deceit and evasionion cog Mr. passive; it neither adds, no it-
the gifts behind the craft that con- before it wa removed beyond her r erning Mr. Passive; it eitr ad nor di-
stitute the novelist on whose work grasp. Her next sentence looked a T. DB W, who has for many mirishes, nor alters. House oar
you can depend with the certainty of if she had read a part of his years had to do with the turtling sensation ia its own criterioa.
its being up to a good standard, and thoughts. business here. It was he, we be- The difficulty here is, how is it
of its often rising to a standard thest "If I had been in any other posi. lieve, who first organized the possible to distinguish between
is excellent, lion, the last thing I should have busii66, and placed it on a basis truth and error stiooe all senea-
The story before us is the study of wished would be to marry. I think that'allowed the islanders to en- tions report of truth? Epioo-
an unpleasant character, perhaps of it very7 repulsive institution." ,a iU, it iithoit the risk of resa newer that jVa tion is
the most unpleasant type of char d w ihe aid with quiet conviction, g after they got here that always true to its own immediate
ter with whom one can meet in fie- and without the slightet muspiolo the market for their catch was oY)eot. Each sensation is pro-
tion or real life; t girl, namely, who of -anythuin shocking, considerag hoked with an over-supply. duoed by some image that reetes
has sprung up amid the vilest h present poiio, in the utterance. Beginning with a payment of 21 the sen sand imprestas it. Bat
rounding, under the shadow of a But it so eomplenlny tied her peareris
mother who, lthogh born witongue that she had to go on un- shillings per head. Mr. EDxN has that image may represent an ob-
good blood and to better things, had helped even by one of those half- gone on ving better and better jet that no longer ezits ; or on
sunk to vicio course, dying ulti doubtful yeese with which Edward pries, til now the pree is 32 its way to the mind, it may have
mately a drunkard. The beauties of had a trick of punctuating their talk." habillings per head. He has in got conftmed with other objects,
modesty and reserve that ornament -*m'ywry ah6ow blIasttf a good that hsle Ir ru-senatizk is
the maiden, hate been torn rifateuly CAYMAN AND THE friend of Cayman, and we-4eel trie to whbt setuilly imnpreise.-
from a life in which the thing likes sure that his services are duly it, it is not true to the reality of
to innocence that remains the fact TURTLE FISHERY. appreiated by the people there the world. Hense the test of
that impure surroundings have been In our isee of a fortpight ago truth lies in the permanence of
so ordinary and normal to existence referred to the reported new the sensations. Sensations that
that they have been taken as a maen enterprise in turtle which will GOMMON 8ENSE repeat themselves eome from per-
terof course. There haof in enee, because result it is aid in the establish- ABOUT OBEAH. manent realities, while sensatious
no destruction of innocence, because tha ar mt s n e-b-
there was no such growth. meet in Cayman of a turtle fac Mr. LBACH, one of. the very ablest that are momentary some eit er-
Similarly in this heart, woman's tory. One would have thought of our Resident Magistrates, has from object, that are not perma-
deep stream of tenderness and unsel- that the article was clear enough been making some very sensible re- nent, or perhaps from no defiania
fishneas had never been taught to top revnt 'in ldelAttl tldg, bat marks about Obeah. We trust that object at all, but from a mingling
flow; the poor little waif had been as wa al know Jaaia o I a word may not only help the Po- of obAjet.,
left with hardly an.thi'g that was waderft la e for 1- t ia 6 to om they were immediately Thus it dawns ppou one that
better than A Ion that ase h, i e ad4ressed,. tinay do their part in this philosophy has to i.tvent
mu st ra-ile by rewe r mo e e ligenang and "dig gbi ad aa rfMa Ar
deceit shes.~old bring to bear, to "0' 11 ai o a.. on ch it i -noy with 11 0gl 1*si
win boese extem le t4 at are --eiti aa ray or very e"lepy. ,hat every seatie so- each
^a^lmWf^S ^?i as to rvutb. pqscu.
ideasof pleasfre s .oy, eV ee I aIn toW say cel.t onvit. Kr. LA reaca y
clothes, jSds, bd w~ire stp V7 r.d the inr that was done 9d6.t8. ;td.
mwy ssrpa 8 4o h gIo ty, i arqAjymo m e t failares. The Ignorant and the -t*&ic heowy fra Demso-
to re)is.,ttitw, s is, ~*-a- t rested in thbl. leors then in ft ob a smiled an his escape OratiB 460 W681) w'uh *Cr-
to ept thew y 'Iy rtt afore rm but ial mtterof e prooo of kis power over the Po- tain modifietlons. And the logie
the convention, oould h ._The- s .r" t'" not nd nd new prestige among that leads them to adopt it, ts
other fooeng wa ~ no l bl*, a d .. p..eoal bt ti. sblio ,veie peopt e silly and ignorant eaongh often difficult to trace. If ll
hence her aas l"a s in Obekh2 -an tltter o ideal r se., -tre de-
bandi Aot: rl A. 'id to ad lere b e-o e to osie. ,te ,red, ,o tI ,o-tha t i a
this oltl f (ele Oneas dwo m-,,sr i-,i g l l o ar
ft" essbllsh4in, q^ csi me Ia what ( aee shot -taphor
e that beauty i "a1: even wie a I .. imrW wa a wiho
and tthisa l to Rh e65 o ,t rad, an7d ta We huiwtot eedtmtios to
geasusl las ,* >ak be-seie bi the ~i11 of the a: awS ii isalthaul olf mat.
the pet f ao td t tbat p pehp1ei*a ( (a* ,rn as r p. Binca-
,ne M "Is maa tL, l ntw lA. -

B -.cw :" i-.- i -
often never 0; 11 4 o i ie -heti e bl r utei h oe the-

Iopa lt th ko the ^e 1ro1se aew dealoppea lt-wn h is*t w ind th t a'meim da o a fo mt
thas ae wepG^ ta AA *

aoa ute msn tyopiea ef thhe m ry n, aet to Fi thor sy wo ih *,al yg ifimMe e, AAYi e eoi bes s e.-

We ae Wt t ah wow de i proo8e. b at W deat lo pe he nt aimed m. a as hae Jame. aes m oseae n ath eiS,.
thbe layelioc ahe folwo vie t6use tk esei osa l dere tofr Elpt I.imsel .1 t1%A the suOAi the tIunb to T

We elctthe follwng ai.28 busiessatpr.n loeetd here ces together. Epicureaniia a~ls'ism. Thisis seen in the fac~t ha


October 28, 1906

in sensationalism what is dealt' panics. We fear the stand is a "gone oer will remember, a Revenue Corn- A TRIBUTB.
with is a sensation of the mind, coon." missioner to approve of certain re- I heard a voice pass judgment on thy head
and the mind mnay alter its sen- -- missions proposed by the City Ooun- In utmost condemnation. Upon this
3tions. These sensations arA for The R.M.S. Orinoco oil. He pointed out then that it A yea' of approbation, then the ss
it trot ; bTt then in order to ex- Panama. last trip brought 236 would be a wise thing co get the re- Of whispers, hints and chuckles. And I
it treth ; but then in order to ex- docket fro Colon. iions in certain lgalisedsid
plain theb s .. deckers from Colon. wtor00, in certain taleu legalwsed
plain these sensations, sensation- There is not very much work going The Colonial Secretary has now in- ,The spotless world, the all-pu, flawless
alism has taken refuge in a ma- on now, and there are more than formed the City Council that the ae ter sa, ave cast. Ae stones
terialistic theory ; i.e. there is enough labourers on the spot. The Government has in preparation a law but I
bome obj iot outside of the mind, employment of new men is therefore providing for the relief of certain Thiy brother-human, may not I descry
and thereby produces these sen being stopped. The pay is about lands and buildings in Kingston for Some innergood-some beauty yet unfold'.
estions. Bat how do we reach 2s 4d per day. rates and taxes, and also that he will I marked thy way.'I saw thee as thou art,
in thought and knowledge this -- instruct the Collector-General not to Bheld an undercurrent crystal clear;
object that impresses the mid Once again a Jamaica press for taxes during 19)5 to 1906 gleamed there
According to sensationalism all Our Juries Jury has shown its from the Chinese Benevolent Club, The light reflected from the golden heart.
that we can leal with is our sen Again. weakness. Ttis time and the Jewish Alms House. On the Wherefore stand I by thee-I who have
the e are instead of committing motion of Dr. Love, the Council known
nations ; until theitself to error on one side or the asked to be favoured with details of Thy fullest worth in my dark hour of
made there is nothing in the other, it has announced its inability the bill -; a very wise and proper re- need.
n .ld. Ience to construct a Ima to reach any decision. The case was quest. He confessed to being a little speed
terialistic theory, one require- to that of the Crown vs. Olivier Gale puzzled as to how the Revenue Com- Remains the grain-the chaff is lightly
say something about the cause of who was tried in Falmouth on a missioner sees his way to give these 1 blown.
the sensations. But thi3 cause is charge of murdering her infant child above directions to the Collector- MANDEVILLE
transcendent, it cant be realized by thrawiag it down a well The General, when a few months ago he Jamaica.
If the immediate object of onr Judge was Mr. Vickers, the prosecu- did not see his way. The DeaconesS Home.
tinf lawrerMr Brown and the de- T D c H ome.
mujid, iL always sensation ; if w lawyerMr rown and the de- KEA 7S LAST SNNET.
cannot cet out of our min.is, then ferdant's lawyer Mr. Josephs. The With Sister Madeline, Head of the Des.
S mples that one woman's defence was that tle child (Keats left England for Italy in a cone s Home, there come on the Port
atai implies that one died in a fit, and she threw it down dying condition. The vessel stopped on Kingston next week another Sister who
go hevond the miud, and indivi- the well because she was frightened the Dorsetshire coast, and Keats went will devote her labour to Parochial work.
Slif T ashore It was a pleasant day, and he
dual Ife i. impos.te, The doctors said there were signed in revired slightly under its influence. and Rather Humorous.
I AM.. A I C.A. the 1 ,dy which might indicate its wrote thts sonnet on the fly leaf of h -
havin, a fit The accused remains in copy of Shakespeare., ^ICertain Medals, from:Gold to Bronze.
tdv. Bright Star would I ere steadfast a were won by various bodies at the recent
STORY Tctody. Brght Star would I erc steadfast as Crystal Palace Show.The so charmed per-
STORY OF THE WEEK. thou art- sons have now been Informed that they
Acc o the figures Since our last isue the loni splendor hung aloft the night, will receive their certifloates shortly. If
According to the figures Since our last issue the And watching, with eternal lids apart, they desire the actual medals they cant..
Cayman laid before Vestry in The R.M.S. first R.M.S. vessel to Like Nature's patient sleepless Eremit care these for them through the Secretary
Cries For Cayman, that dependea- Line to New York has sailed The moving waters at their priestlike ;ask of the Westlndia Oommittee at the follow.
A Doctor. cy estimates that reve- New York. from Kingston. The Of pure ablution round earth's human ing rates:
nu" will be 1,522 anid Tagus" arrived here Or shores. ." l2
in theOr yaziny on the new soft fallen mask 10 "
expenditure 1,463. The year's in the forenoon on Saturday, coaled, of snow upon the mountains and ,th Gold ...5 2 6 Gold ...815 0 0
transactions are therefore on the took in cargo, embarked passengers, I moor: Silver ... 15 0 lver ... 32 6
safe side. The debt to Jamaica was and left in the evening. Already a No-yet still steadfast, still unchange- Stivergllt 21 0 Silvergilt 45 0
reported as Z562, but since that as fine vessel, she has been specially im- able, Bronze ... 10 0 Bronze ... 15 0
we lately mention l, there has proved for the New York Line. She P Uo'dr upon ay fair Lov' ripening ThI s o sted for the Coammitteeby
been paid a sum of more than 300 brought 43 Cabin passengers from To feel for ever its soft fall and well, J miB Agri ltral Society,
reducing the debt to 184. This other ports on their way to New Awake for ever i a sweet ywuwt; Kingston
being the case, we hopM that His York. She took on board here 42 Still, still to hear her tender taken
Excellency will now withdraw the more, making 85 passengers. She breath, Correspondents.
vote that he placed again at the in took also 9,000 boxes of fruit, and And so live ever-or else swoon to death R. P.-Thanks for letting us see con-
crease of expenditure in getting a rm)re than 1,000 tons of general *- tribution, if suitable it will be used.
doctor. Mr Sanguinwtti when .bn cararo, The Company is building two NELSON. K8. M.-Central America. Verse to
his recent visit to Jamaica and at new ships of 9,000 tons each for this Wherever the gleams of an English fire P-Old rbour. Thanks for friendly
King's House, is said to have tried route. In the meantime the La On an English roof-tree shine, letter.
his powers of persuasion on Sir Alex- Plata" will be put on as well as the Wherever the re of a yomth'sdesire
ander, but that firm-minded gentle- "Tags" and the Trent." Mr. Isleraid upon Hot sh red and The Institute of Jamaica.
man replied; It is no good touching Owen Phillips, M. P. head of the told. A LAfe Class n eooneetion with 'the
on that. Pay off the debt that you Company who is now in New York In the tale of t deeds of yorsm Art Olasses has been started at the lasti-
owe, or show me how you will pay it, will return to England on the 'Tagus' LiAke jewels of price in a chain of gold, taw
owetorg howJ ai how you will pay itthe nam and the fame LT CAL8
and I will not staud in the way of touching Jamaica of course. LTre t a R CABLES.
r Wherever the track of our Ruglish ships TR-
your spending more on a doctor, but Lis white on he se-n fm,--
till then."- Now that the balance Mr. Bourne discovered Bis witse sn to or B lifs The strike entinues.to spread aI Rus.
i WHii soemte ago tha E'r names o da and the situation is now very neroun,
is a small, and the revenue pros. A Wise some time ago that As the names of the lowers at home; and the iouton is appanow verenty sert e
pets safe, if not brilliant, the Doctor Request. the habit of relieving Wherever the heart of an English .yme
aight be granted and we trust will benevolent societies Orow bi hisith na deed of w ot hi av the tra bement at troops mcan
be, for the good folkv in the Cayman of taxes and rate was not justifl d .ame, 1m qimkly u .n.trtetL
dads are exposed to much peril by law, and he declined wa our read- Sck rts will bring it to bMrt." .B rim with wounded soldiers from
mad auziety, and to much needles- S o r The lt of Morooo has agreed to
efeing as things stand. The prTes. Ow AdiH V Stof Bee seeisv.
eat atisfactory state of the Island's B V""-------
Finance is. a great compliment to *ahaa s& sau lcu'oH K*ty -, NeI MI 2*1| EIngslh Plate and Cutlery.
the ability and persevermas of the -.In ooxnm.s iEui or separately,
__.imianr Special Offer for Two Weeks Only ur. s'pecal 2- PAE o '
-- .tronly re imend dsow speor parel-
The amalgamation of o5f- coten patsetc faonrd te
Beci9. the Baciua Stand Co "- l|t of contentsF o* and the anr w.
a5o/-.t ~s op P 7our Ca tal who gue well
and the Jockey Cluh pleased.,
tas created a difficulty about the Write for C.al a e to J. N. Masters
-~--R 8 -d oa. i.g---, C,------- Ltd. Cutes, Rye, sasx,. Eagland.
The At naed Company ha handed U I Jamalea Matual Life Ahsursaoe Sooiety
this over to the sesood for 2,500, Klageon, th otober, 1906.
in shares whieh closes the share list I 1OTIGB.
d she Jookey OClab. The Stand will [I 1IV1 Ss 1 [ IV Par5 rtls hla pr emiums to pay to this
&e rmeoved to Kntsford; bat this .c W M i_ 8eiety which rfoi due on theSth Iosot.
X gtoniane ar irate at, and the 16" 8 tOhU Wide. 88. p T.[i'd. ,re reminded to rmit the ae des t to
-TAdea r Tat ATEST DESIGNS. ARTISTIC COLOURINGS. day te ohda v a ,
leigh this week, without however Samples on Application. See our Harbour St. Window. .. a. rty ays a act pt a. t
jwatiq any Onclaion. It remainI d*,- W o .
obe en if anything will or can e The ee -i e Sto es ^A. JONES,.
.e except csing" the Co. e e i t SoPei

October 28, 1905



The Salvation Army.

Lieut. Colonel Reneb, the commander
of the Salvation Army in the West Indies.
is returning to Jamaica by Lhe Port King-
ston, which left Bristol last Saturday.
after an absence of nearly three months,

While in England the Colonel was for
tOnate in securing for the West Indian
work the following officers :-Capt. and
Mrs. Bolmer-Jamaies; Oapt. and Mrs.
Watson- Ba.bados; Captain and Mrs.
Caddy and Cadet Din Admed-British
Guiana; while other re inforcemens are
hoped for later
The Army's work in the Territory has
not stood -til during Colonel Rameh's
absence, but has made splendid progner.

Thb Ctnes*^ Towa Rail s buaa-
acured from Nov. 5th to the 1Ith tooelive
and a series of *peel l srvces wiUI be
eodueted by Coloel Mand Mrs. seab,
awtatel by Vsa uutaod tbhrt'
ofthe series o be ts wlao e e 't
the Oeleel.
We take the opporta tlto remind de
the pbe te hat the rm Barvt est.
valt sOw to marimbau tolmerSw,~
On Me-day Dight a No. I BWrrMs
thee will hae Chtldm't Doemeabatkes
of as attractive ebarster.
We take the opastate of wNeoming
baek Ool. Baneh who wil D. V. be oee
more among us e the & ext te e oef the

The teiorrow's bices as No I, King.
sate, th eorer of Water Msd l peap
La promise- to be very terom .
T he Juaiik De.o.nwtioa an Woaday
I tht i at 7.AO p.m. It will be eoadet.
ed by Mrs. Rak and Staff Capt. Leat.
Ad=meston d. Tickets obtatable at the

The a a. Port Royal.
The I D.W.I.M.8. boat the *a. Port
RonlI left for Brstol em Thersday after-
noe. She took 19 pasegers, ineludtor
eea children. She atl-o took 2,' 65 .
buooebe of hionens, 11,117 boxes of grape
fruit, ormages, pineapples, etc., and a good
mal eargo.

Steamship Movementi.

Admiral Dewey, from Boston, 1st Nov.
A tlantic fruit steamer from Philadel-
phia, 1st Nov.
Port Kinstoa, from Bristol, via Ber-
muda 2nd Nov.
Atrato from Southempton, etc Nov.
Allegbanyfrom New York, Nov Brd.
Delta from outports, Nov. 4th.
Arno from oatports. Nov. 2nd.
Veritas. from Halifax, va Santiago.
Nov. 4th.
Siberia, from Port LImon, to d Nov.
Admiral Dewey for Boston let Nov.
Atlantic fruit steamer f1t Philadelphia,
Alt NOT.
Arno for oatportas, 4th Nov.

I.&Von cu i or w b UG Dunzaarptoniw
2nd Nov.-- p.m.
Atrato for New York 4th Nov.-5 .0n.
Allegheny for Savanilla etc 4th Nov
-2 p m.
Siberia for New York, 2nd Nov.-7 p.m.
The A lene from Oolon on Tbursday
brought 104 deckers and a big cargo in
tansit for New York. She left again at
2 p m. after taking about 3,000 packages
of produce.
The Leyland line str. Texan left Colon
Thursday morning and is due here, to
leave in the evening for Mexican ports
and New Orleanw.
. The two U. S, warships Ysakee and
Dewver have bees giving daily liberty
sinee their a and the men bave bee
spending their oaey lavishly. Their deo.
parture is at preset uertn, as exta
sive repairs are very effected to tbeir
The OaMlibeva Season has set in, and
this lsolous fish, along with snooks,
shrimps and oyter are very taken daily
in large quantities at the Great Salt
Ponds. The lessee, Mr. Andrew Smith
has recently added to his plant to meet the
tourist seemsn and he offers rates to
hotels, steashbips.ete. The office is at
the extreme west of Water Lane.

The Board of Agriculture.

* rhe last meeting was attended by the
following. -Bo. R. Clareame BDoue,
Chairman, the Boa. Direetor of Pablie
Gerdeas, the Island Cbmist, oea. T. .L
amp. me. .L deMreado, J. W.
M~dl aad John relay, Sertary.
It was anomed that the Govenr
a o of opmd Wg am h from the S

ptimes to m exrmtMta esot... and
easvs a iser po.ee.
Also ts removal ofeaeto giotae a
st nt ,wAod-iMa On of bes gima
b with Mr. Leyte Brewn'sTown. There
were no appWiestles tor exm. Tb
Ans will now hb overhabld and eed *by
' Uher i um puto WmaIu
rhe Govwaer desr that ta ay r
whoa the hedes' beslsneMhlp ti Oetd
mt James edmease h ey, the JamaJu s
Seheambip eheuldM tothe best Ag.i
10 leral St1a et The etrd a asked ,m"
,ml Iohm- .dtes. B this e n ,
The marth ide Pltewwrs' Auseetenm
wrote:-Asklag that delwvetke of easM
tops bhold he made a a larse le mo
we or tw eeates, sad gueew g Ons-
namnem wi ad Lae Poad a two eotaes
wbioh eould ene to beeadT er to other

them, of a lea a maw tope wwm -.
eeved, aftertheoeams weot,
ThM k* reid mtot*e Cheh fr

Orns phou. Retal.

The s- als af 4e 6 made eh Maed
bto the ,*r temeMt of Meass. 0.
Abraham. appealing i another eki ,
nanouneang thea a a Gremeph ese tltl
will take plaae em Teweday the tS it*.i
at the Halfway Tree Ohureh Bagl. The
famous Victor Talking Machine will be
%*sed by the firm, for which they are the
local agents. Prloe of adioalos are 6d,
and children SI. Tickets to be had a. th e
place 9f entertainment and at 46 Kinag St

FightingR FirelOn Board Ship.

The Elders and Fyff-'s str. Oracabessa,
had a narrow escape on her voyage irom
Manchester (England) this voyage. Eight
days after leaving port, fire was discover.
ed in the coal in No. 2 batch and the Uap.
ain, officers and crew had their energies
taxed in subduing the flames, which they
succeeded in doing., but shortly after t
again broke oat and whob she arrived
here on Saturday last, the fire was burn
ing Gercely. A survey was held and the
eargo ordered to be discharged. Mr.
Thomas Green, the well known Stevedore
immediately put on a big gang, and of
the 600 tone in the No 2 hold, 375 tons
were discharged In quick time and the fire
was thus prevented from spreading. The
same quantity of fresh coal was taken from
the B. A. P. Co. and after a survey by
the Captain and Chief Enatneer of the
Port Boyal and Mr. Mitchell, Lo)d's Sur-
veyor, oertifieate of sesworthinens was
given, aad the eesel left on Tuw'tay
night for Limon to load fruit for Man

eoearer (uondoon.)


Rire per bag 19 0
Beef, J brl 2 6
Pork, brl 4 6 0
Milk, case 19 0
Crackers, brl 15 6
Meal, brl 17 0
Herrings, brl 27 0
Codfish. box 35 0
Sgar, 100 lbe
Oentrif w II 3
Soap,B.A. box 14 0
Soap. B.M. 12 6
Floor brI28-45s.
Makerels br55 6
- erome Otil11 9
mge per do 1 8
Oranmes, dos OS
OnIls per lb 04

October 26tb 1905.
Pea, qurt, 6d to 71d
Potatoes, per- h l1d
Yams cwt. 8/ 6d
Coeoanuts 100 10
Plantains, 9 for 6d
Banana", ripe,
per dozen 441
Fowls, per lb 61
Starch, quart 4d
PineApples eteh 6d
Beet Root 2 & 4 34
Cucoa, 4 for 3d
Fresh Fish. Ib 6d
Oarrots bach. lid 3d
Tomato. per Ib Sd
Garden Egt for 3d
Coffee p*r quart 9d
Ooeumbmer, dos 3d

Wants a nd Ofit.
amU u uedisplaqd ad-rti~e ar.
MauMled oder this A.d at gh e V t r
64 for wmy wC words, and S&. &
sery ten wrds a4d ttioa.1I
WANTED-Energetic Youns Mso, in
populous district to act as AGENTS and
CANVASSKRq for an Important business
eeooerm. Work eto be doae in pre
twie. Larei Commission. Address J. C. 8.
alnest and iepeoteble Agents wsated
tol wH boks o e-..on. B very asp
pUiet msetprodue two letter ofre-
ommenedsteo tfromee tleemea of wood
repUte: WritM of apply to Hyltop's
Timme Stor 13 Harbeur St.

The Jamaica Preserves and
Honey Company, Ltd.
68, Port Royal, St., Kingston.
-V re A o- pa--M tm-o t--*y
tI aay quantitteM for Hoe Coneamp"te
U BUrVT W. GAY, Mawerw.

Poesant Sundays
Os be qwtI ln oOth o*yatUtMOmet
Vf ysaO owa

ON* heurs M emems a"of thememalubb
wil l IMyem 7m 20 Whoine
ww -1 w diallsNo% w miu s ime
q.Ieepeon'**ebask ot

091 mad hopeS em.

The ikrchblshop.

The Archbishop, who yesterday com-
pleted his 25th year as ao a glicam
bishop, is now en route for Jams'ea on
the Port Kingston. His visit to Englao4
was only nominaly a holiday, a be ba&
put lnt, the three or four months during
which he has been away, a great deal of
work ons hhalf of the Church and also as
iste hb wont, i ebalf of thm general in-
terests of the any. A broad outlook
on affitrs a* a hoe has always been a
eharaeteristle of Dr Nuttall.
The two most outstanding pieces of
work for the Church have been the &e-
lection undWr resolution of the Syno I
here of a Coadjutor Rishop, and al&o ,f
a Warden for ume College.
We offer to Hiq GiAce a cordial wel.
come back to our shores and trust thbkt
he eomes with renewed health and
It is anticipated that one of the first
thnua to eagage the Arebtihop* atten-
tent on will be the question of aiding to

get into workiMg order the plan that he
outlined for providing a longer period of
schooling. by a change of the present
regulations, and by, possibly, the .L trod ne.
tion of compulsion during certain y ears of
the school life.
Synod is aloe none too far away now.
and doubters it will not be long, cre pie-
paration for that snl1ts the Archbishop's
attention. There is no lack of work ii
Jamaica for men like the Arebbishop, and
be is a man who shirks none of it.

' The General Commissioners.

Owing, we believe, largely to the pubife
spirit and sense of duty and farplay of
Dr. Ker, there is hefag an eamiry into
the matter of the VIetoria Market The
meqakiita Committee Is, 1 eeswe, e*
that *ostste eatirely of Ceminleueer.
being merely departmental, andot very
muek is the way of reform or 6.t-poken.
nee ea we fear be anti pase from i..
for the aproresive members are in a n in-
ority. HowT r. several meeting have
been held and e: qirie made into, amoeg
other things. ertasn alleged irregflari-
The story of the dtischarge, the unfair
discharge, as we are bound to think, fr,,m '
certain evidence, of a young clerk ,ho
showed a spirit of reform, has yet to h3
.AoldMIn pauhie; wheu it is, the public ra,
be left to form its own optnoons as to
whether it is enearaging for a -apable and
weAl-ate t Cued yOeg man to try to 0
Sda dty to the phabile, if in so doing be
tread Oa the eons of ofleal superior
It ib smase tha certain Commtissleer
ehoald apparet'ly eosider it theft duty
to adopt i attitude of almost open hoe-
I IN aemewha hb osly tru d to
The aet s thas all BoaN like that of
the CommIssdeavr that are not epea to
VmWUe r ate, d s thins" otry to be
t ael. amd to ppreesed f the onvi-
eo MBtrus"d to to he wM s private eO-
Mers. hliran m Beb de trve bh*ak fI
t*lir nmiauy work for the jevte, but
the sy7 is emd sa m~9 't y


reusaid s wad I dam. A vIWWWAlm
the by tat have b mepslru
one"d Mtth me tNow stml. a m- wdop.
tAeIsa hAueCass.mta

The inmwa

4-4m&A.. Ix Ahwmd Inm omm.

SFO A 8&LB -rm the Athe i -n.
ON'T hit saet tfacte-that FREB* Admletesa e-ree to members ad la
SAMAN' it Teeh er-
stoek o 4galisms of PFeW Metis I The inimat e us wledvi abe an
Oew Blooed Melase., whelesW al s'Viteor.'
We als ao prepared to spply lated a
Ifos In.bulksa up to 1,000 gallaS. 6 ForthcomingWeddlng.
tro Bed b. ChUaiM, Looking Glaosses, Mat- _
trees. etc. Also-A Ptece of Lad hbut. iThe weddilag of Mr. W. R. Bradley,
ting oa Franklin Town Pollae Station, s0 BLA. and Ma Fleolse Verley ha. beaU
by 0. tfor sale cheap. Apply at Ill Tower axed for the 11th Nove bhr, a Wadme-
St. and Mark's Lne, W. C. PFRaMAx day. The eemo will he pefer.eda
Manager the Hal way Tree Chn rh.




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'Iraons tAr V.AlnR- AM and mnmtA=ft*.fhA








October 28, 1905

Form A.-Application to bring Lands under the Registr a.
a _:.... -& .1t-- --- 0 1 000

WUnil Int ltiI3 f-llW 7InT U-m

WU vWA J&&. lB A~ YV % P& A.vv.UV
W izaiAs the several Parties mentioned below have applied to have the Laad
herein respectively described brought under the Registration of Titles Law-No. 21
of 1888; and the Referees having provisionally approved of the Rfgistaation of
Tttles for the said Land, and having directed that publication o ..ae same be made
as specified below, and that Notice be served on the oronus in possession, change
of, or owning the adjonitng Ladas.
Tats Is theretere to Notify all peron having any interest in or claim against
he maid Lands mentionetbelow that in ease no Caveat forbidding the Registra
el the Title to any of the said Lands be rece wed by me on or before the eAlaton of
e period limited for lodging Caveats repeating y parel of Land d red
below then I shall proceed as by Law directed, to bring seuh Lands under the opera
tion ofthe said Law. HBY. F. POUYAT, estrar of sts.
N.BL-Forms of Caveat may be had on application at the Office of the Title
Barracks, Kinnaton.


Name of

Mary Cornelia
Davis of Montego
Bay, in the Parish
of Saint James,

3Rolanso Theodore
Matthews of King
stone, in the Island
of Jamaica, IShoe-

26:h October, 1905
All that piece or parcel of land situ
ate in UnioL St. in the Parish oft St.:
James butting & bounding Northerly'
on Church Street, Southerly on land
formerly a portion of the same pre-
mises in the possession of or be.
longing to Keturah Bodden,Essterly
;on land in tle possession of or be-
!longing to Amanda Manderson and
Wee erly on land in the possession
o! or beloDning to James Hall, or
howsoever otherwise the same may,
be bounded.
7th Jetober, 1906.
All that piece or parcel of Land
ow known as No. 1 New North St,
-4ituate in the Parish of Kingston,
contaiing from East to West 30 feet
md from North to South 41 teet, be
-he same more or less, buttng east
in Gutter's Lane, now Mark Lane,
west on land formerly of Duquesney
but now of Miss A. MeKeen, north
m New North St. and south on land
Formerly of Sarah Bennett, now of
-rs. Oampbell.


12tb October, I9M5
Matilda Delgddo All that piece or parcel of Land o
of the City ando situate in the City and Parish of ,
Parish of Kingston, Kingston, now known as No. 391 -
.epinster. +West Street, nntrlning in breadth .
from North to South 25 feet and
a from Rast to West 851 feet. be the
S ame more or lees, and butting and d
bounding North on Maryan Scott,
SSouth on Benry Gordon. East on
West Street, aad West on Henrietta o
8. Cnevanne,.

James Mclntosh 12th October, 1905
f Glasgow Bill in All that piece or parcel of Land
othe Castlemtne containing 4 acres, more or lem,
Dstriet to the Par 2 situate in the Castlemire Distriet o
dha of Saint Mary. 'Ahe Parish of Saint Mary, called
the Idsld of Ja- or known by the name of Glasgow
msEH BilU, and buying and bounding
SNorth oD Ia-d od Alaunder -Turn-
bull, Bouth on the Pablie Koad lead
M ing from Gayle to Port Marias. Eat
5 on land of eceleia ouo as, and West.
S aon land of George Praer.
i ," a

DoYou eepCopies of Private Letters?

tt" Pen-DIniatim

-a-- 4

They are ctade with 80 sheets of Note Paper,
Interleaved with dipiesate paper. They are so made
*at they ea be written on with any d aInk
and a hard Ipe. W~ keep two ais, LB TT E nd
JmOTE, at nd S. a e eah, poetage da& d
6d estMO I
aemust O-aini.-Thbe lete pawr ta eUmtly
remoevd from he tablet along the perforation, and
a se4r. elesa copy a' left in the tablet--an exact
S Wr b em The ter sand the eopy are obtained at the one
Why have two oersatlos whb n one will doi To be had at


Robert James, an habitual edimil, has
-.+ t W .

0k- LVI hi 11 min bfaIs

Court on a charge of obtaining money un-
der false pretences. This man persuaded
some women to give him money to buy
lottery ticket when ton reality there was
no lottery,
A coroner decided that no inquest will
be held into the death of BSsanas Wilson,
found dead in an out house in Heywood
Street. She died of heart failure.
The Luaas Club will hold sports at
RBokfort Gardens on November 9th.
The Registrar taxed Lawyer Samuel's
bill against Dr. Clarke at 58 Mr. Sam
uad is asking a revision of the taxation.
The ease comes up on Nov, 3rd.
The J. A. 1. has seed potatoes from
The amalgamation of the Race Stand
Company and the Jockey Club is com-
A rather interesting ease has been
brought before the Courts. One Gout-
hnnrn a remnetable looking man. has

Seven Jockeys have been lioeased under
the Jockey Club rules.
It is said that Knutsford Park House
will be rented as a hotel.

She Jockey Club has decided to have
no advertisements on its programmes.
The Lambardi Company has re visited
John Clarke convicted of stealing cot-
ton from Reed Pen, was given the benefit
of the First Offender's Law.

Kingston Rifle Club.
The meeting will be held at the Nor-
man Range, Thursday, 9th November,
under rules ef the National Rifle Asso.
Competition No. 1-' Range Prizes '-
7 Rounds at 200, 500 and 600 yards, with
1 Sighter at cash range.
Entrance Fee to I elude a swu"on
4s. Open to all comers. Total Prizes-
5 5z Od.
- A 1Ul lpated Skilled Shot' Certifi-
eate will be awarded to members of the

been arrested because he has been dic. elU wanug a mse us o an over.
posing of diamonds and jewellery at very Competition No. 2-' Handicap '-open
cheap rates, and it is suspected they are to all comers. 20 Rounds at 500 yards
stolen. Itis alleged some of the articles with 1 fighter. Entrance fee to incinde
recently stolen were among the articles ammunition 29 6d. Total Prizes--2 10s.
sold. t is alleged that they were banded Competition No. 3-' Handicap -open
to him to dispose of by other parties. The to all coers, 10 Kounds at 600 yards
case comes up next Monday. with I fighter,
This week has witnessed a big rifle Entrance fee to iDclude ammunition
meeting at Camp, in which all branches 21 61. Total Przxs-2 10s.
of the service were represented, and te The conditions include only ammunition
Militia and Consbabulary also There issued on the Range to be used, unex
was a large attendance, some 460 compete. ended rounds to be returned.
tors appearing. There was shooting on Ser ce Rifles to be used.
three days, sad the prizes were presented Bisley Rules, Targets and marking.
by Mrs. Caulfield, wile f the General.. There must be at least 10 entries for
Leat Bill was the Secretary. each event or the number and value of the
There was so quorum tor she Board of' przess may be reduced.
Education meeting which was to have N. C. O's and men of the Jamaica Mill.
been heldon Taesday. ti in uaUorm may be charged half the
Several burglaries are reported this entrance fee.
week. Mr. Mabs' house in Victoria The ,clssicatin of members will be
Avenue was entered by means of a ladder made up and include the scores made at
and G6 worth of jewellery stolen. -the organised praesees ending 4th NoT-
Several busmen have been fined sums ember, 1905 and posted at the Pavilon.
ranging from 6G to 0s, for the breach of Oapt. C. 8. Sangulett is the Hon.
the 'bus regulations One fine was be. er t.y Sg, Major Cooper, the
ease a busman failed to earoh his'bus Hon. Treasurer.
im e4tisely after his passenger left it.
It is said that a new Racing Company Half-Holiday.
will be formed for carrying on racing on
the Kingston Course. THE ATHLETIC MEETING.
A select committee of the Council is to
deal in the laying out of the new township A. .eetigf the committee of the
in Ki l -Hatt.oUUly Asocliation to make
Detective Allison arrested two men in- rraneeam a for the annual athletic
side of four hours, who are alleged to bemeting wa hld at he Waterloo House
thieves. Another burglary was effeeted Retrath week. .
in Geffrard Place, about 82 being leat. The Members present w re: Mears.
the resultof the bowl averages of G.*. D. Rus a (intm t e l r)A. U.
the La ca. rikekt club for thUis aso Mia0, G. L Cox andy SWit
places H. Keaedy as the top w"ith an J. LMudo,-G.1. Mapp and W. Pat-
average of -,6 H ttMaanoa coming next rN s.O-- Gette, Seeeaaw. i
_withk 6-7 2 7. .I tdra t ,t J.. j 1* u -ao staSed that the Klagston
ot cam rst with 27 75,G. Sale next C. 0. apeedto lend Sabina for the sports
wh n on diton on that there are so bicycle
In Spanih Town James Edwards s races. It was decided not to have any
been ment to prison for one month or ie ra-es. .
embezling money. He was trusted by The provisional progra.me was ar-
rowet's bakery to eollet 92 for breos ranged. A walking honest (one mile) is
BeitooklTeibe itt Only handatil ts. Uoag t- mute
lsaac Williams was found on board the The Spert Committ is a follows :-
Feragut when sam reached Bosten and was Offier sad members of the Bal.Houliday
accsed of bntg 9 stwaway, aut sad he Ar-o**u Mesars. 0. M. sDrMerado.
had been carried away while aseep. Be H. oriaad, G. 8. Coz A. B. Morriso,
was kept and sent back by another Dr. Gibb. W. H. Johnson, C. Sherlock,
*tea er. W. I. Durie, W. Bradley. sad F. L.
The detachment of Woreeasre embarks Peae, Lieut..Oolonel Johnson. R. A.
for England on the 6th of November. C., has been asked to aet as Referee
7um ~ r. n* us us_ fain

The Rev. W. Evelyn BA.L of Trelawny
has returned from Uanada. He has rm
covered the* eight of one eye and probably
reovered the Asiht of he other.
At habnt"al crimmal Alfred Guy sea.-
teoeed in MoatMeo Bay for 12 wombns ti

prisonmeat and 1i lashbes tor stealing
yams has d previous eeonviteou.
In the same tewn a prosmld for*
renuinag levywas releaed whe t was
discovered that the levy was llel.
There w*Me a ertmiml so in St.
Thomas for the tiroualt Cers
At St. Aaahm Bay, &egisat Major
Lawrence waroecated ort allied ills-
ad absene roma daty. isa exeasu we
&at he had resigned but as h brue4gation
bad not Mee ,accepted, the' mastrate
convicted him and be wM sIed 10/ whicb
be paid. There is to be anm eqiry iu
oouuecUouo with the Sergeat Major',
rvij;aLe.& ~l

"d umerPW eZftf to ...ONVAho e-
self with the Sport. CoWvmltte.
e asxt meeting of the committee will
be 2nd November.

Corrects Oayle Statement.
Sir.-In your la1t imse your correspon-

dent from Gayle writUng on the subject of
Dr. Clark's removal, and the closing of
the district as a Medical District, stated
that to the event of the Governmuent
errylng through their asugetion, persons
in want of medleal aid would have to
travel a distance ol tS miles. I moint ask
you for space in your valuable paper to
contradlet that statement which to untrue.
we bave br. leynavlaevIn the 1~tr st
Distriet, a ditanee from Gayle of 6 miles.
Dr. Cbeyne is always willing to belp tLe.
poor and to do all in his power for the In-
habitants of the district generally.-
Your@, etc.,



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October 28, 1906



A Striking Emample,
bell was rung for evening devotion, and
only a few boys assembled in the spacous
Dining Hall for prayer. At the close I
asked why so few had met, No one an-
swered. Then I said, suppose the Princi-
pal had given order that a biscuit was to
be distributed to each boy after prayer,
would more boys be out? A boy smiled
and said, Yes.' I meant to have said
something further od this matter, but
immediately a big boy stood up and said
that the boys of the three dormitories are
having a private prayer meeting each
night in their respective dormitory, and
that is why the number probably is so
Tn nrnva for m iaf T Iaakea him tn am.

company me to the nearest dormitory,
No. 3, where all the smaller boys are. To
my great amazement, I found all these
young semi-savages assembled in a rest
angle, while at a sEaod made up of boxes,
with two candles burning thereon. stood
a little boy as he was about to read the
Seriptures. On my coming in he handed
the Bible to the senior dormitory monitor.
I sat down while be read a portion of the
second chapter of Matthew and made a
brief comment oa it in poor English, afcer
which he asked me if I would say a few
words of encouragement to them. I was
only too glad of this special opportunity.
Then I prayed and the senior boy also
prayed, but in the vernacular.
All the while I was somewhat struck
to observe that almost every boy had a
biscuit in his hand-bat knowaig th4a
they are a greedy lot. I did not feel in.
lined to trouble them on e ils solems a.
casion, so afmer webd prayt I bade them
good night. As I was going out gne of
the boys called to me and told me that
they take up a cllsotnm at eash
of their meetings. I felt a little fu y as
I walked back to them, a I waa t o4 er-
tain that I had any money la my purse.
But I found out that they did not want
any collection from me, they simply
wanted to explain a little plan of thar,
and to my unspeakable joy. I found that
I wae in the onpan aV lttla bnd aoL
young earnest miionels.. They had no
money to give; buat they eah reoeive
three bisuite pW day, and wha bm eeol
election isto taken up eae at the
close of their little prayer *nl "
boy hands labate, ad m of theh
little boys are appioetod trtiru -ad
these bLNaite e edV&eh sWMuNlsato
the scores of *W'-li9stweewea-
gagedinthe buI MiolthshntuwLU
the rate of ew p u mada lbtona Ka
ItHob peny) ad the sm 63t they aw
have tn Is 13 94. They -
meetings in the Dormitae
the 10th July this year, ado the
of collection was started on th- lih
Augst, and the nuqher of blseaits ool.
lIeted by these selou aen. et
deaniag'ttlue m aciauarhm 4 o tW
60 II e u*,-O ,t..now ISo13 9.1, ma seooe
as it reeh a good lit a will be
handed to me to pee to the Areh.
deseon to ead thesp, l th e Imterior.
My joy besu almost bouadleis when
the boys told me that throah my wee uly
Endeavour Meetengs with them, they had
learnt to l-4e t% e Sakvur, .dA as :f
meettna were only ohee per week the
though they would kewp a noting eaZ
ifghtf privately, privately for fear of
breaking any of the striot rule, of the
lnstitate, in their dora iory, and tAhe
afterwards they thought that tbir yong
after~~~ IL r on

know of hle1t, 1enee thtO'bleflt collec-
tion among these poor little even to 10
r old emt sves v Dormitories No.
i6 No1 No. o1 ;7 0 ini tOs dth but
as the boys are bMor and oloer they ool-
ILot mosey Inst*ad of bisuoits; bat they
are far behind N-. S. No 9 hqd o ,llet1 d
onIT ft 4d ad No wuiu -lmed to let
-gg wu %M am ount they h"d.
What f eemon on their power of little
thiMp I Ald what greater ood will they
not do when they themselves shall go into
the interior on leaving ahool. rhis re.
markable lOetMdet t pregnant with useful
lIefns for people everywhere.
U J. Vrmc. I

Brotherhood of St.lAndrew.

Thok A mnmIA. ~ ~ -LU*- Mnua 4"UnU nt aWfAD tkS IvB.VSW

hood of St. Andrew will be held at bpan
Iah rows, on Wednesday and Thurtnay,
the 2thhe and 0th November, next.
On behalf of the Spanih Town Chapter,
the madersign beg to extend to the repre-
sentative and members of Chapters a
eordlal invitation to the Convention,
wheh by God's help, should deepen mthe
spiitual life of all who are privileged to
ake part therein, and Infuse fresh detea-
mination and energy to carry on the im
portsat work of the Brotherhood.
We ar. desirous of making arrange
mental for the accommodation sad eater
talament of repreeeatative saad mem-
bers of Chapters, as early as pos-
sible, and would therefore be obliged
by your sending to Mr. 8. G. San-
guluetti, the Secretary of the Spaish
Town Chapter, not later thae No-
vember, a list of the names of the re-
sentatives and members of your Chapter
who wII be present at the Conven on.
The sum of 2/8 for each renresnta-tive

and member should also aooompany this
list, to amist in defraying expenses for
board and lodaing. It is neee-ary that
the list should be sent in by the date
mentioned, in order to facilitate the work
of our Reception Committee,
We ask your united prayers for Divine
guidance and blessing in connection with
the Convention.
J. W. AUSTIN. Director.
8. G. SANGUINETTI, Secretary.

Ocho Rios Show.
A show tn connection with the Oeho
Rios branch of the Aeriesltural aWolety
will be held on BaukfiAld Common, Oeho
Rios. on New Year'* day, IN.
The ihow p~smisemtm lam **mems ul e-
should prove interesting as the maiden
effort of Nl adeiety b in h M.
The prse list is very representative.

Win 10 Pounds.

Our thieves are beeomIng aquatie and
have recently been ntrippitw copper from
the Kingston wharves and buoy. Any
one who will give evidence leading to the
conviction of the rascals enm win the
above reward which is offered by the
police through the 'Governor.

The Windor.'
This iue w mea be t- at Jttam
Mowft =ItmliV o Rider
r etan o ta4a oa fnea
ium, as sac m p d smart

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to have !a = alk 1 i cr full or half
tor hav at We ean them
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Prieeeranging from le to 20s each.
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T Bemewd eU bt to eet te ""o w
som I apn raaeu sd eaeeMgn Mal m
workmtiosp, while the phre ti a mode-
ate a we oald expee. We would re-
oemaed y ouear am to all owners broken
bells w advice wthe o eed tthvu
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a that you a hmeat wil tarn
out work, in quality, ti equal new bells
tmpoted into the "lan.
With thanks for attention to our wishes,
Yoars faithIully.
(SIeV,) Rv. C. RtAnSW."
oap"ot Chrob., UsMe Spriag.

Yor the Be
For tOw Man.

Where e an yM Ed M am srt-
meat? Some am beoes. ad winl
harm the dbeat nase mrh se tohe
3d d.t plaIs, Si 244a, 6Id
to a 6d.
De't foret. I as pIpuartag agra~t
display of Toy to metthe deoaud of
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for me or for my Firm, should."
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b the Japanese art of S8Lr-DzimNCz
but the Imperial Aerated Water Factory's
mode of getting business is to

with first class drinks, losr prices, clean,
pure, fresh good; hbighet possible quality
waters, whieb esa only be obtained from
The Imperial Aerated and
Mineral Water Factory,
Corner of Gold and East Queen Streets.

Bila aooma
101, HABOaUX 8TsKT,

Per nesx & M. Stemer fro BmSoth
Uw. an1 nSV ibm! I ni ma


N.W. Chose, Sausage & Fresh Butter
leed Ale on Tap at 3d. per glass.
JOSPH R. DACOSTA. Proprietor.

Fred. A. Tavares.

The People's

Corner of Drummoad Street. Kinaston.
Confectionery, Biscuits, Wines
Tea, Prfumery, Patent Medilnm.
Oa Trading Stamps Given.


S Your spar time
is worth moens to
VD uif you wmi use
s a staying our

to accept a better
and more lucrative
ositioani. our

we teach an

-seesons: Arehobwtwe-or OC--M* -.
Commercial Law; Ad WartingFre. a
German. or Spanh (byd te L S. plono.
grut method), be. Write us. tti

I wur su-cN A hMea you. Ma we wll 5
| 1rtuATIOAL cmSN muce? I
scILS. smim PtI
Oriml1on our Ijoai W fpreeesuvave
Uraest DeSousa. 14 Duke Street
been a student of the Internat al
Correspondence Scool*, I cannot
"psakCtoo1hihlyof their method. of
iRutcloU. Eighteen months ago,
while employd at the 2avl Dock
Toad Portol I was advised by
my Ohietto tae a oouMe oft ltruo-
tlon ia Ianglos ng from these
SehooiL I havneer
tff tP#dvio ;anad I. In would


mybe his poehlorn to taM advan-
of the lnwtk t6Uona offem bypi
*eee~boobLF .

~atbwo'kmeS and FaIznters,
was aboar lfte& Kianoton



The voting papers will be posted to
every member November let, or earlier if
Doslble. Voters are reaumt-d ta h rmv

careful It attending tob pper. The
notes are to be carefully read before any
stritnag out is attempted. Not more thMa
six names can be left in the list of am.-
ben of the Executive but a number less
than sx ean be voted for. Flumpers are
not objectionable. The papers are to be
returned in envelopes which are not to be
sealed, and they are to befied in te
same way in which they ar sent out. No
marks of any kind are to be made on
them. and no signatures or IItials are to
be affixed. In previous years some mm.
bers have been in the habit of directing
the papers to u s aAtng te stamp,
and writing our addree on the paper
without patting it in sa envelope. This
is very objeotiosble, and we hope It will
not be repeated. Members whose ad-
dress are contrary to thoes in the coun.
terfoils will please inform us amediat, ly.
Resolutions for the Conference of 1906
must be in the band of the General See-

retary by November 30th a" lea.t Ac.
cording to Bale 30 of the Book of Rule.,
SNo notoee of motion shall be played on
the Conference Agenda except those
agreed to by the Bxeoutive or by a Local
Aseording to Rule 31, Notice of any
proposed alteration or addition to the
C'nion rulem must be sent in t the GPn-
eral Seecretary of the Union on month
before the annual sonferenee.' As the
annual oonferenoe will be held as usual
during the first complete week of January
1906 it is necessary that unless under
thi ulebe sentnt at be end of Novem-
All resolttions m t be written om
paper of fool's eap ise with a Uare mar-
gin to the left, and te meoef e ame.
e"atio m t be put at the tSp. They
aust not be writteoan bethtdescthe
paper, and each reselauten mut sand
a separate sheet. The espbes sent up are
for the aseadive and so the presents
ties an to be supplied by the seemtarml
of local branbes.
Bepre tatie to te annul confer.-
ene should now be eleeted. These wll
number one or every five members up to
a ma-minm of four, or ve, two for ten,
three for 15 and four for 90 The eert
Gates for representative will be lesaed
lamediately after the return of the votang
paper.. Bach repree ive is to have
his own whish mant be breugh by the
repreentative to the emlmenceo, and
handed to te ser~rineerm who will be sp.
rnobted at the eonferoenee. These crUt.
fieates ill bemated by the edw rtin
to assertal their vadity
e mmber is eeted sas a nrepr
O. te is to thedty I at amclatien
reerl suW a ember will
represemeativesdo et ate a M so
tMhe binashs g ioemed. v
adeeirahle tg. On the sthehad
soee oetoases teI@ emelytr
Seer S alw ahant ie M te *ei .
Our aUteem was called o to at te
b"t eaferete; and w wereWn etow d
60 t be WInd at tof --A -- tk hSWb
tdy a"cl 1 c shesewhaw s4UM0
thinly not bt tr Anyw to MetI*
euh a peebrio and them toleav te

diseleses the fast tNat aeverel wer
habitatly eithr late or absent. This
&I AlD never m be rpeaiid.

We oe ore a every teacher
to ppowst the U this ear. Dariag

sad lin to "aematiom and dtavd-
asle riquesting tm to redoube their
effortss to sMsure a larger membehtp
th we ad l year. Then re we re
to say, y who rstl il flly treuse to
cosep memA shap nd who the0eb
vtnoe a attitude of hoslity. onhm tha
tsse of the dreulats nd letters referred
Shat. retived several repl-ies ptdAWgl
faliful support. One brother tIs movint
to have an assoelatton stared In a centre
*tht was giving u mouch concern ; and as
e Is an inflaeatial and leading teaeber

we bope for MeeOMe. ere aud mere we
learn of addition, to the numbers sent in
already and we are made to understand
thai an association whteh has not
alled Is taking steps to do so. We
edreto see more interest manifested by
the teachers of Hanover. Trelawni.

Watmoreland. 8t Anne, Portland and
St. Mary. Westmoreland and Huoover
are lter parishes which seem tol labour
sader like dtiadvantag. Our friends at
av-la-Mar are rely not going to
point us. They are however a bit t=y
and so we hope they will now exert thm-.
selves. By h time every teacher showed
ee the t eessity of unity ad co-operas.
tion. Many see it but refuse to support
the Union, although the union is working
SIn their laterest. Only tour weeks are
left and therefore those who are noble-
minded, loyal, and true must do their
duty to the Union. We need more energy
amang us and a higher conception of the
repeasibilities that rest on as as me.n
berm of the teaching profession. The Union
will draw u Into a closer bend and through
it we shall surely succeed if we support it.
We hope that the more recent appeals
will effect a rich harvest.
ALamat J. SMITr.
n.IA rSa I .....i.-

St. Milhael's School.

Church Function.

There was recently held In connection
with the new Christian Chureh at Ches-
terfield a bright and happy function, when
four corner stones were laid. The first
was by Mrs. Durie, the second by the
Bev. G. D. Pardy in behalf of Mrs.
Purdy, the third by M i Campbel, and
the fourth by Rev. C. IC -devn
Another victor was the Rev. T. N.
Brown who gave one of the addresses
The Rev. G,. Gerdon-Bay In the pastor.


> Oardner's Monthly.

The preent issne is a bright &ad at-
traetive one, containing in addition to
assay paragraphs of interests, two sket-
bhes in dalect of an entertaining char.

Trees in Flower at Hope

Colvill racomose. A near relation of
the Poenlana, and like it a native of
Madagasarw. It is a beautiful tree with
finely divided leaves and pendulsen
resume of orange-earlet flowers.
It bears the name of sir (Charlms Ol.
ville who was Governor of Maritim when
Boierdiseovered it in Madagaear.
Thistreeis on the lawn to the north.
west of the Herbarium.
Kk kovisfa Hospita. A bevAewse In-
dian tree with ge terminal panole of
pink flowers
The only specimen the Garden may
be found in the Vanilla plantation to the
west of the Nursery.

Rands of Marev.

Last week Mrs. Bourne visited the
Bands of Meray at the following schools:
Hannah Town, teacher, Mr. Dillon, 80
children recent.
North Street, Mr. James, 88.
West Branob, Mr. Walcott 307.
Half-way tree boys', Mr. hunter, 47.
Half-way Tree girls' MI. Taylor, 54.
Ebeneser, Mr. Beecher, 112,
The Grove, Mr. Munroe, 40.
In these schools the children sang and
wave reeltatto- and reading*. At Eben-
Szsw, when gret taterest is shown, the
school was nicely deMora and a West
Branch a mber of ehUldr read little
mays which they had written for the


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like the jumpingebyrrlar, but they do-Hving were to-day gven burial in
like the jumping b, but they d- I Westminster Abbey. ahe servim were
serve praise when they proceed as smart- of an impressive ahareater sat wer con.
ly and successfully as in the arrest of ducted Ja the presease of a -oongregation
Hedly Watson. This young man, wbo For H EI which InI lauded anay from he highest
has three previous eonvictions against himso fa of England and eminent re-
was diechargeod from prsoi oioy ag st hProftssor Immerman, Basle, Professor of Intebamt edl at the Ulvtwety- representative of all walks of life.
Sdischarged rom prison on Fridalat Hunyadi Jinos has invariably shown itself an efectual and, reliabi Aperient e was repra ted by Gen. ir
and within 4 ors te police had re- which I recommend to the exclusion of all others. Never gives rise to un- Dight Probyn. Keeper of the Privy
taken him, charging him with burglary. desirable symptoms even if used continuously for years." Prse, and the Prince of Wales by uent..
In the interim the house of Colonel Lo- AVERAGs DosE.-A ineglassful bore breakfast, either pure or diluted with a Col, CarringtoD, comptroller of the
come at Camp. and the house of Mr. similar quantry tf hot or cold water. Prine's honebold, while the Cabinet
J. W. rMiddJton in Arnold oad had bee a- ,ote the nam Huryds JBnoa," the signature of the Proprieto Ministers and Ambassadors attended in
robbed. A IT- DRBAS SAXLEI ER, and the Medallion, on the Red Centre Part
The Colonel woke at 1230 at ulght. AUlv of th be.person.
A man was in hib room taking things from "--o h---- Loan before the hour set for the ser.
his trousers pockets. This depridator fled vice mrenmnse crowds there around
and the Colonel pursued. He did not the Abbey, and those having cards of
straw at which had ben dropped in his 00 TdO &g 0. gu tten olok. Those .ho were unable to
rapid retreat. He discovered also that sere admittance remained about the
there had been stokn three gold brooehes A N Unmarried Junior Resident 40--- aslbourw Str t--40 entrances until the conclusion of the
andaailvr watch. he thief had entered Master is required for the T.anTI8' PRICE LIST. ceremony when. in common with thous-
open. lookedabove-named College. o ... obs, they pased through
by opeminga door which kad bem leked above-named College. .d... Id Corner' to see the burial place.

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any too hatty pursuer a-break neck.
tumble. Wih milittary promptness, the
Colonel reported the matter to the
police and by 4 o'clock, Bergeant Black
and Constable Stephenson arrested Hed-
ley Watson in Prince of Wales Street.
He came down the street wearing a pair
of new boots and refused wtth righteous
indignation, the Sergeaxt's questions.
They found in his pockets a razor, 6s.,
three gold brooobes and a few more ar
ticlea. Watson was taken to Oolonel
Loaeombe's resimdene sad identified as
the man whohad beancseen in the bed.
room. TIh brooches were also _nUtiSed
The boots were Identlled by Mr. Middle
ton a- being his property, havalg beeo
stolen that -night fr om I& is dfoe"
They had eviswtly proved te o- ail ftr
. lyl ,IVloM whe W ad et them
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By A. COWAN b~qiZ .

I~beNow of o 7u. ILLWTRATE3
st A w t .- OA Nss* Isn S uwe." es D&Y I.I. STUDID
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'"If your grace wlbee'--
ure of "Yes, yes; you ad better go. Now.
Mr. Holmes, what have you to say?"
school My friend waited until the door had
closed behind the retreating secretary.
"Tbe act Is, your grace" said be.
eries "that my colleague, Dr. Watson, and

myself had an ausurauiLe aijm u L.
Huxtable that a reward had been of-
fered in this case. I should like to
have this confirmed from your own
"Certainly, Mr. Holmes."
"It amounted, if I am correctly in-
formed, to 5,(00 to any one who will
tell you were your son e?"

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(C.pyrige, 190S, McACrct. P iMf V Co.)

"Come. my friend,'" said be, "our
day's woi k has been quite long enough.
I think that we have gathered all that
we can. It's a long walk to the school,
and the sooner we get started the bet-
He hardly opened his lips during
that weary trudge across the moor, nor
would he enter the school wheb he
reached It,, but went on to Mafckleten
station, whence he could send some
telegrams. Late at night I heard him
consoling Dr. Huxtable, prostrated by
the tragedy of his master's death, and
later still he entered my room 4s alert
and vigorous as he had biee when he
started in the mrnng. "All goes well,
my friend," said be. "I promise that
before tomorrow evening we shall have
reached the soiut;on of the mystery."
At 11 o'clock next morning my friend
and I were walking up the famous yew
Avenue of Holdernease Hal. We were
ushered through the magnificent Eliza-
bet:han doorway and Into his grace's
study. There we found Mr. James Wil-
der, demure and courtly, but with some
trace oZ that wild terror of the night
before still lurking In his furtive eyes
and in his twitching features.
"You have come to see his grace? I
.am sorry, but the fact is that the duke
is far fro Well. He has been very
much upeet by the tragic news. We re-
ceived a telegram from Dr. Huxtable
yesterday'*afternoon, which told as of
your discovery."
"I must ift 6 diW. Mr. iidWer.
"But be A-t4n his mwon."
"Then I ast go to his room."
*"I believee is i ailbeV
"I will ee him tM *e.
Holmes' eold and -aearazle manner
showed the cre that It was asw
less to ath him
"Very goo* Mr. Holmes. I will tell
him that you archer" .
After an beor's4tiay the great nobe-
man appeared. Es face was move ca-
daverous thaz ever. his shoulders had
rounded, and bheesmed to me to be an
altogether aler *man than he had been
..WZ~tt ",a MftMM dWL.V-

wu to wVOLIUa or O balmwt rWreav-
mont." *
My friend ribtam hi l'thin hanis to-
gether with an appearane of avidity,
wb h was a surprise to me, who knew
his frugal tastes.
"I .fancy that I see your grace's
ehlk h(vk hpon the tnble." said hb. "I
4*4 -l+e l f~ -W-; .ws i make me
out :i *&- tfr 0(Xk). It ra4 be as
w(l i'er'-inpl for you to cross it. The
Canrtll in'l Counties bank. Oaford
street b. a hb, are my agents."

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whV wUll the peMsom or persons
who keP him In tutdyr

"Under the latter heading Is tnletdea
no doubt not only theo who may at
taken him, awa, bht at.o thse who
conspire to keep indIn his present po-
sitlon' t
Tes ye,* cried t.e duke Imptlent-
ly. "It yoV 4o your work wet r.
Sherlock Holmes, yt w3ll avi e Asirb '

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with a stately courtesy and seated him-
self at his desk, his red beard stream-
lng down on the table.
"Well, Mr. Holmes?" said be.
But my friend's eyes were fixed upou
the secretary, who stood by hi- mias-
ter's chair.
"I tahi1k. yoer pace, that I coml
speak more freely In Mr. Wikler's ,b
The man turned a shade paler and
cast a malignant glance at Holmes.

His grace sat very stern and upright
In his chair and looked stonily at my
friend. I
"Is this a joke, Mr. Holmes? It is
hardly a subject for pleasantry."
"Not at all, your race. I was never

more earnest in my life."
"What do you mean, then?"
"I mean that I have earned the re-
ward. I know where your son is, and
.I kow some at least of those who are
holding him."
The duke's beard had turned more
aggrestively red than ever against his
ghastly white face.
"Where is he?" he gasped.
"He is, or was last night, at the
Fighting Cock inn, about two mes .
from your park gate."
The duke fell back in his chair.,
"And whom do you accuse?"
Sherlock Holmes' answer was an as-
tounding one. He stepped swiftly for-
ward and touched the duke upon the
"I accuse you," said he. "And now,
your grace, I'H trouble you for that

Never shall I forget the duke's ap-
pearance as he sprang up and clawed
with his hands, like one who is sinking
Into an abyss. Then, with an extraor-
dinary effort of aristocratic self com-
mand, he sat down and sank his faoe
in his hands. It was some minutes be-
fore he spoke.
"How much do you know?'" he asked
at last without raising his head.
"I saw you together last night"
"Does any one else beside your friend
"I have spoken to no one."
Thq duke took a pen in his qutmng
ngers and opened his check book.
"I shall be as good as my word, Mr.
iolmes. I am about to write your
heck, however unwelcome the Infor-
tiom which you have gained may be
I me. WBeh the offer was first made
tte thought the turn which events
#ght take. But you and your friend
meQotf discretion Mr. Holmes?"
hardly understand your grace."
"I must put it plainly, Mr. Holmes.
If only you two know of this Incident
there is no reason why It should go
aly further. I think 12,000 is the oum
that I owe you, Is It not?"
SBut Holmes smiled and sbook tis
"I fear, your grace, that matters can
hardly be arranged so easily. There is
the death of this stboolimaster to be ac-
ounted for." -
AOut James knew nothing of that.
[You cannot hold him responsible for
W It was the work of this brutal
ruffian whom he had the misfortune to

"I must take the view, your grase,
that when a man embarks upeA a
crime he is morally guilty of any other
Crime which-may spring from nIt** .._._
"Morally, Mr. Ha!mes; no doubt utq
are right; but surely not in the eyes of
the law. A man cannot be cmaderrniTd
for a murder at which he was not
present and. which he loathes and ab-
hors as much as you do. The Imtant
that he heard of it be made a complete
confession to me, so filled was he with
horror and remorse. He lost notan
hour In breaking entirely with the nkr-
derer. Oh, Mr. Holmes, you mut save
him-you must save him! I tell you
that you mu t save himt!" The Ouke
had dropped the nt anttrem at setf
command and was paring 'he r' nsa

xvith a e'onxvuzseij fae and *4tb his
clinced be~nds wa't-i:,XIn the r.!r. .'.t
f l.Int he iamqtored Win~sefand sat d3*n
oncre more at his dceA. "I apirt*A,*
your co~ lu c awc~ing hrebet's b-.aMy
spOke to' &AYOne eel," Samd ho. -.kt
iesast we mv akeua.4how ftrarwe
ean mllluklms* (A;; -."
--Ltxaetky." smid ih 1Tiik
roui-gmsee. that It's can only ho l'e
b:- absolute rrAnkuess bet we'n ux. I
am& dlpose to help your grace to the
betuCxyabIlltyj but in wder to do


so I must understand to the last detail
bow the matter stands.' I realize thtM
your words applied to Mr. James Wil-
der and that he Is not the murderer."
"No, the murderer has escaped."
Sherlock Holmes smiled depmrelyv

"Your grace can hardly have heard
of any small reputation which I poo-
seas or you would not imagine that It is
so easy to escape me. Mr. Reuben
Hayes was arrested at Chesterfield on
my information at 11 o'clock last night.
I had a telegram from the head of the
local police before I left the school this
The duke leaned back in his chair
and stared with amazement at my
.'You seem to have powers that arm
hardly human," said he. "So Reuben
Hayes is taken? I am right glad to
hear it if It will not react upon the fate
of Jame."
"Your secetary ?"
"No, sir; my son."
It was Holmes' turn to look astom-
Isbed. I
"I confomi that this ll Intirely npw to

me, your grace. I must beg you to be
more explicit"
"1 will conceal nothing from you. I
agree with you that complete frank-
ness, however painful It may be to me,
is the best polky in this desperate situ-
ation to which James' folly and jeal-
ousy have reduced us. When I was a
very youig man, 'Mr. Holmes, I loved
with such a love as comes only once in
a lifetime. I oJered the lady marriage,
but she refused it on the grounds that
such a match might mar my career.
Had she lived I would certainly never
have married any onu else. She died
and left this one child, whom for her
sake I have cherished and cared for. I
could not acknowledge the paternity t*
the world, but I gave him the best of
educations, and since he came to man-
hood I have kept him near my pers.
He surmaed my p cet and pre-
sumed ever Snce upon the claim which
he has upon me and upon his power of
provoking a scandal which would be
abhorrent to me. His presence hal
something to do with the u "':ppy s-
sue of my marriage. Above all. he
hated my y-xnig legitimate heir from
the first with a persistent hatred.
"You may wen ask me Why, under
these circmstances, I still kept James
under my roof. I answer that it was
because I could see hlb mother's face
In his and that for her dear sake there
was no end to my l em suffering. All
her pretty w.r<, too-there was not
one of thOm which hbe aould not wag-
gest and bring back to my memory. I
could not send him away. ButI feaeld
so much let he should 4o Arthur-
that Is, Loail Saltir- machi ef that
I dispatched a for safety t Dr.
"*Jamqn.w* fmten coanct witi eIM
Wellow Ha.es teeMw te 'man was a
tenant of miboe aad James ated -
agent The Mlow was a rsel from
the besinia4f but t I omme extrworU
nary way James became intimate with
him. He bd always a taste for h~w
comparW Wbhea name;1 deter'mit
to kidnap Lord Sat it was eo th
man* service that be avatied Jihseif.
You iee iber that I wrote to Arthur
t"pMn that last day. Well James open-
ed the latter and Inserted a note ask-
tag Arthur to meet him in a little wood
tailed the I.lAgcd hfimw, whic-4- nearB
to the chdol. lHe used the dueheess

uame atu u IMa'm way got mhe t. a
co m. That evening James blcycled
ovNr- I mU telOUg you what he has
himwlf confessed to me-and he toWd
Arthur, whom be met In the wood,
that his auther longed to see him,
that abs wa wa iting him on the moor
and that If ha would come back tnto

mian wlt~i ithomre, who would tak-e him
to her. I'o~ur Arthur (eM Into the mrp.
ie caine to the appointnaeut and found
tUU fellow. Iiawyee-rthat*led pOSy. L'-


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October 28, 1905

jlur rimoime'l, ana1 hOwy seOl TogeTt
4r. It a;..c,:rs thoug!l this Jame
4nly heard yesterday-that they were
pursued, 1':r Ilvayes struck the pur
suer with his stick and that the manT
tdled of hi iinjurivs. lHayes brought
Arthur to his public house, the Fight
Ing Cock, whore he was confined in an
upper room. under the care of Mrs.
lTayrt., whro is a kindly woman, but

entirely under the control of her brutal
"Well, Mr. Holmes, that was the
state of affairs when I first saw you
two days ago. I had no more Idea of
the truth than you. You will ask me
.what was James' motive in doing such
a deed. I answer that there was a
great deal which was unreasoning and
fanatical In the hatred which be bore
any heir. In his view he should him-
self have been heir of all my estates.
and he deeply resented these social
laws which made it Impossible. At the
same time he had a definite motive al-
to. He was eager that I should break
the entail nqid ht was of op'nlon t '
It lay in my power to do so. He Intend-
ed to make a bargain with me--to re
Store Arthur If I would break the el-
tall and so make It possible for the es-
tate to be left to him by will. He knew
.Well that I shoui'.l inver willingly in
Loke t11 :., ,,, the ,pni, niinst hin:
say th.ii .' would have irop;osed su'Qi
bargni: t,,i )::e, tut did not actually
o for events moved too quickly for"
him, and hli had not time to put hi-
plans into practice.


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erember 1, it is circulated that the pop
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6O,164,000. In 1904 it only amount-d to
59.364,000 and in 190( to 58.569,000;
thus in two years more than one mlllio,
and a half souls have been added to the
mepalation. The Increase during the last
ceatury has been very marked. That
this increases of population encourages a
policy of Germany for the Germans is
Wvba eon all Zid and thae latest an4
most important step in that direction hap
beeo taken by the Prussaon technical
hidh sobools, where the authorities has
deeded to make the entrance exainsa.
tM materially more diffenlt for for.
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That Twenty-Five Shillings.
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yw Kingatm'daily eonfreree lack a good
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lmaees, by the repayment of the twenty
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a was Ultiately passed. It was the
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trduesd, at oaed the general spirit of
WPsestoa. Yoe forgot that one of th,
Preunes of the measare, as first Intro
dred, was that the fand was ultimately
to io In tohe JsmiratW Foods of the
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1We really think oar orrempowdent has
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SM as as anit preses4ed, bat ti reieresee
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This medicine ought to be in every home,
and a dose taken at once by anyone wlho
in unwell I an's dinner pills are 1,'I a
box, or Pix boxes for 6'/-; they may be
had of all chemists and dealers in medi
cmne, or direct from the Foster-McClellan
Co., 8 Wells Street, Oxford Street,' Lon.
don, England, post free on receipt of
application of Doan's ointment will re-
heve eczema, itching piles, ringworm, and
any itching skin complaint, while one put
is generally saffioilet to cure the worst
case. Doan's ointment soothes and heals
the pores of the skin ; it does not dry up
too quickly, nor irritate the skin. It is
pare and clean. Price 2/9 a pot, or six
pots for 13/9; of all chemists and drug-
gist., or direct from the Foster-McClellan
Co., 8 Wells Street, Orford Street, Lon-
don, England, post free on receipt of

elety Entertainer, I writes: I cannot
speak too highly of Throatless. They
are beyond doubt infinstely superior to
any other voice Pastille that I have evy
tried, sad I have tried many.' Price I/
per box, postage Id. For sale by E. D.
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Institute of Jamaica.
A Life Clas in connection with the Art
Classes will start at the institute this
week. The Class will meet for the first
time on Friday the 27th inst., at 10 am,

Jamaica Government Railway.

A FER the 1st September, 1905, Re-
turn Tickets on Sunday Trains of
the Jamaica Government Railway be-
tween all stations will be sold at a fare
and half iastead of single fare for the
round utrp as;at present.

Dr. S. Moore's Compound

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Tumoura, Uleers, Sorea, Ecsema, Itch,
1ruptiona, and in fact every disease aria.
Ie from 4pertty of the blood and re--
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purifies the Bloo P/ ier boe ti...
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of Anmla, D.WDahity and ConoaIe-scIncO, to y e
Ichldrin and the agd. Invaluable in hot climates.
DOM : One wime-gla after the two principal meals.
Isob bottle of enuine YIN SAINT-RAiRAII bean, in
Addition to the registered trade-mark:
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By Royal Warrant
His Majesty the King.



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October 29, 1306




Text of the Lesson, bt. Iv, 10, to
v. 8-Memory Verses, 1s, 14-Goldea
Text, Pa. exlv, 90O-Commentary Pro-
A pored by Rev. D. M. Stearns.

(Copyright, 1905, by American Prn Aociation.]
While events are transpiring and
the consummation of any matter is be-
ing awaited there may be more or less
anxiety as to the outcome, but with
a 'successful and glorious copanmma-.
tion assured one can rise above the
.present seeming discouragements and
trials and bear meekly and even joy-
fully many things which would other-
wise overwhelm us.
Abraham, having seen the God of
.glory, was sustained while he waited
and, not considering himself, was fully
persuaded that what God had promised
He would perform (Acts vii, 2, 8; Rom.
Iv, 19-21). Joseph was doubtless sus-
tained in his trials by the glorious des-
tiny which had been set before him in
his God given dreams. Moses saw that
which enabled him to turn his back
upon his attractive prospects in Egypt
and choose affliction with the people of
God rather than the pleasures of sin
for a season (Heb. xi, 25-27). The
glory of the kingdom was so real to
Paul that he counted all present suffer-
ings as not worth mentioning (Rom.
viii, 18). The story of Job and his
.afflictions would be a very sad one
were it not for the abundant prosper-
ity in the last 140 years of his life
(Job xlii, 10-17), so that, looking at the
.tisbed story, the Spirit says through
-James that the Lord was pitiful and of
tender mercy (Jas. v, 11).
If Mordecai and Esther could have
.known beforehand that their trials
Should result In Mordecal's promotion
to be next to the king, great among
S the Jews, seeking the wealth of his
people and speaking peace to all his
seed, that the people who did the
king's business would help the Jews
-and that his people would be filled
with gladness and feasting (chapters x,
.8; iU, 3 (margin), 17, 18, 19, 22), it
would have lifted them far above the
clouds and darkness of things as they
appeared at the time. All these things
were written for our benefit that we.
through' patience and comfort of the
Scriptures, might have hope and rejoice
I. t hope of the glory of God (Rom. xv
4; v, 2).
Haman, the Jews' enemy and op-.
pressor (11, 10) because of his hatred
of Mordecai, had caused to be pro-
celalmed throughout the whole kingdom
that on a certain day all Jews, young
.a ol6d, women and children, should
b slain. Mordecal caused a copy of
the decree to be sent to Queen Esther
-w! the request that she should go to
the king and make intercession for her
people that they might not be slain.
Esther sent word to her cousin, Mor-
4ecal that it was as much as her ltfe
was worth to go Into the presence of
the ling unbidden, to which Mordecal
Wpled that unless deliverance came
she would perish with the ret and that
probably she was just where she was
for this very emeigenuy. She then
asked that all the Jews In Shushan
abouid join nor and her maids in a
three days' fast, after which she would
go to the king, ready to die Ift need be
for her people. Our lesson tells us
That she obtained favor in the sight
i of the king and that he offered to grant

death, the one suggesting Christ the I
Saviour and the other the devil, the
The rest vf the book tells of the dra-
matic overthrow of the Jews' enemy,
who was hanged upon the very gallows
he had caused to be erected for Mor-
decal after he had been compelled to
do to Mordecal the honor he longed
for for himself. The king's sleepless
nights, the records which were read
before him, the discovery that Morde-
cal had not been rewarded for saving
the king's life, the presence of Haman
in the court at the right moment and
all the events following are among the
most thrilling ever written, and all In-
dicate God working on behalf of those
who rely upon Him.
Although no name of God is found.
in the English text of the book, it is
full of God from beginning to end. It
is also most suggestive of the great de-
liverance for all sinners wrought out
by Him who not only was ready to
die for us, but actually did die, the just
for the unjust, that we might be saved.
Because He laid down FTis life for us
we ought to lay down our lives for the
brethren (I John ill, 16), and specially
in this matter of spreading the procla-
mation through all the world that there
is a great deliverance for all who will
accept Him (Luke xxiv, 47). This book
tells of a proclamation being made
through the known world twice within
twelve months. How quickly a similar
zeal would in a short time give the
gospel to every creature on earth!
The third day of chapter v, 1, cannot
but recall the third day records of
Abraham and Isaac, of Jonah, of the
marriage of John ii, the saying of Hoe.
ri, 2, but notably the resurrection of
.Him who has redeemed us and the
power of whose resurrection we should
covet to know (Phil. Hii, 10). The
"What wilt thou?" of ,the king re-
minds us of the same saying of our
Lord to many a needy one, and also
of His gracious promise in John xlv,
13, 14, and elsewhere, which, if we
really believed and appropriated,
would send us whither possibly we
have not yet gone with the glad tid-
in-: of lifp for the perishing.

bt wtbot r.aia a doctor'. bill or ffiiaWg ito
the deep ditch qofqackry, may mfly, qseedly
adM cue h wiMout te kow-
edof a wo party. By the istrodlactionf
a complbe rwoltdo has bae wbee x in this do.
.t&scmt r whist thiosad have
ee Mod to helth aa ppie who for
yea vakmy had beea merely dragi out a
e emnce.
Ogasea, .upO dl sijectxot, teuse of
dawms ian- -&W by rit the foaaDti

,S keoM ainro s M anr d s el ---a---of t-ho
ate, a t thuse co~i B ih

M pecy bt romoMly
S. tei h,-A

es, mhe back ad head, andad
OWN"kch bhe beuhyso penirsly **e*e,
because so iueiotet to care T or evem relieve. 4
bolRto N toissdb nClpd a Cbeufty
tlaords, ss ofa td. threeias
mowere ei sad obwe hw tatte word
'Tuanussoappearsan British Govurment
& (in h to letters on a Zd **Vond
v -= it isa frrin.

13, Emt Street, Kingsto,

her whatever she might ask even to Der aid Renovator of adl kina o.f go
t half of his kingdom. ment Ladts 8kirtM r nd ot'4atit
I- th a contrast between her andior fotherwime. hteih ee I ,roe be taka I
, Ht other woman In Mark vi, 23, 24, O e'.. O. .oelmn Cot aid Coeek
t Io whom a similar offer was made, a PecIalty.
the one seeking life and the other 4ur #iuc tbJohn M. Cromweoll & Cj,.


IwtoSchool of Is8,
Classes in Elementary Sight
Singing & Voice Production
Held on Thursdays at 7 o'clock.
Ternms-7s. 6d. per quarter.


oardlg an Day Sohoo4
r Principal-A. hoel Croaswell.
Senior Asbstaut C. C. Levy, 1ot
lStaff 0 Senior' ambridp, die.
f ttetineIon in Englihb, Latir,
French. Matta.
LTwo Trained Assistant Teachers.
The tim of the Principal is to give a
sound groundwork to the Jaasere, who
are then passed into the Olassical or Com.-
marelaI Olamws.
The airy Dormitories and extensive
playing fieda make the School singularly
convenient for Boarders.
Two Masters, the I rincipal and the
Matron Mrs. Crosswell, reside cn the pre
miss in order to see that the Boarders
are carefully looked after.

181, Princess Street,
Conducted by the ev. 8. tK. Brathwaite.
and a staff of Competent Assistant-.
The school courses are arranged with
refereee to the Cambridge and College
of Preo ptor's irjoatinsties. Pupils are
prepared for U ityuad tie Civil v er
vice, als for Commereial and Teaebhia
Profestons. ,
Ipeelal advantage for Iele, Drawine.
Sborth"ad, Physical Culture. and L a.
guales, wIeluding Hebrew end Spauiab
A Youag Ladwes Department. Pre
aratory aad ltandergarton StctIon. Care
f attention to backward pupils.
Special arrangements for Hneident Pu-
pils from the country and from abroad.
For Prospectus and further informs
tiou apply to
181 Priuce*s t,, Kin4t.o.

0. Lp.oomb Ban,
Oreaiat, All Smin CAvrWc.
ArtSte Plaisat.
Piano forte gagementm a specialty.
No. 1, Torringtoa, Kingston.
IRIuANo Bwo&., Theatre Boyal. say :-
This tis to eertity that the bearer, Mr
C. L Bames, was my pi aist drtaing o
visit to Jm&ties at beh -Theatre Roys'
and be performed hi t dtte n 1i a iiithla
tomate. G. LInsRLD.
A Merchant In Klngaton uay .-Wr
C-LDA Bameso w ur, piaIst at a bal i -
bym and be performed his duties to s


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thna the various Ptmeaats stees.
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Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Crown and Bridge Work.
Extractions absolutely Painless.


Charles Swamel
OerUfioated Piano a i Orpam Temr.
Seetee Years Experitnre.
Sateifation .aarsated. Ories mn be
left at Hylto's Times store, 1 a, Uboer
Stramet, Kit.oa. 13

Paramount Importance!

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October 28, 1906


Toasted Bread, 6s. per barrel.

Poultry Feed,f[4s. ditto
Pigs' Feed, 2s. ditto

Purehasenr must provide their own


and DpI

SM S.TheP.oyal X Stoam
* I i ,rPacket Company.
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t, on the 2nd November, taking freight and passengers.
11 8S. ARNO, sails every Tuesday at 6 a.m. tor the (ntpwrts, taking freight
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A steamer leaves KINGSTON roR NEW
Yo x Weekly, taking mails andpas.
A steamer leaves Kingston, fort-
sightly, taking cargo.
A steagmer leav New York eery
week on day for Kingston direct
A steamer leaves New York for
HArTI every week, and calls at Ports tn
North Hayti en route to Wingston.
Cargo for the United Kingdom and
the Continent is carried by this Com-
pamy en through Bills of Ladl-n
Hamburg and New York.
General Agent. Jamaiea.

lDrial 1rt I. L lail J re
Jamales and Bristol earrylag
The R.M.8. PosT KINGSTON aits
ft*m Kingsto, 9th Nov., at 4 p.m.
Qckest route to England.
Steamers specially bult fo the
Redoued ras of Puaiage.
Oa arrived toBristoland "rwoah
boe Ldedf lspw, Uerpol. *e.,
also to the Oantlaent.
&.S. D.TA' sU to outporm an
tuesdaSat 31 Ot. at 7 a.mn
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