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Title: Picturesque Jamaica with descriptive text of the island. Gold Medal Jamaica Exhibition 1891. Honorable Mention Paris Exhibition 1867
Physical Description: 76 p. : ill. ; 23 x 30 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Duperly (A.) and Sons
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Kingston
Publication Date: 1891?
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Subjects / Keywords: Pictorial works -- Jamaica   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Jamaica
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Picturesque Jamaica


A. Duperly &


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with descriptive text of the Island


Gold Medal Jamaica Exhibition 1891


D Honorable Mention Paris Exhibition 1867


Leaders and Pioneer Photographers of the Island


Established in the year 1840.
Extensive and finest Studio in Kingston, 85 King Street.


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T HE Island of JAMAICA was discovered by CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS in 1494 during his second voyage to the ,,NEW WORLD", and
after remaining in SPANISH OCCUPATION for 161 years, was surrendered to an ENGLISH expedition in 1655. From its central
position as regards the other WEST INDIAN ISLANDS being in direct track between EUROPE, the UNITED STATES, and the ISTHMUS
of PANAMA, cannot but furnish advantages and conveniences for trade and commerce between these points which are not to be
found elsewhere and when the PANAMA CANAL is an accomplished fact, JAMAICA will undoubtedly be a necessary branch of that
=0= enormous undertaking and must largely benefit by the increased traffic, that will pass in this direction. The length of the Island is 144 miles
its greatest width is 49 miles. Thelsland is divided into three countries: SURREY, CORNWALL andMIDDLESEX, and sub-divided into 14Pari-
. F shes.Thesurfaceof the Island is extremely mountainous and attains considerable altitudes particularly in the eastern part, where the central range
is known as the BLUE MOUNTAINS (Western Peak) 7,360 ft. A great diversity of climate is therefore obtainable from a tropical temperature
of 300 (Eigthy degrees) at the sea coast and the THERMOMETER falls to 45 and 50 on the tops of the mountains (highest) and with a dryness
of atmosphere that renders the climate of the mountains of JAMAICA particularly delightful and suitable to the most delicate constitutions.
There are many MINERAL SPRINGS in JAMAICA, most of them possessing valuable properties for the cure of various diseases and infir-
mities of the body. TWO of these are particularly famed, the hot sulphur springs of BATH and the warm salt spring at MILK RIVER. o The BOTANIC
GARDEN- CASTLETON, beautifully situated in the parish of St. Mary, on the Junction road between KINGSTON and ANNOTTA BAY
(Elevation 580 ft.) The HOPE GARDEN of 220 acres is situated near the foot of the hills in the LIGUANEA PLAINS and is 5 miles from
KINGSTON. o The HILL GARDEN and CINCHONA PLANTATION is situated in the parish of St. ANDREW on the slopes of the BLUE
MOUNTAINS about 21 miles from KINGSTON by way of GORDON TOWN.
The total estimated population in 1904 was 797.528 of which 14,692 were white, the rest were coloured, Black, Coolies, Chinese and
others not stated.
The scenery of the Island is of surpassing beauty, the view from Stony Hill over the plain of Liguanea being both grand and
panoramic in effect. The celebrated ROARING RIVER FALLS of which are famed for their grand beauty, the picturesque view of the rolling
pastures of St. Ann and far famed FERN VALLEY (GULLEY). The town of PORT ANTONIO is very picturesque and can boast of the
possession of the largest hotel in the Island. The scenery of the RIO GRANDE VALLEY and JOHN CROW Mountains is amongst the finest.
The military cantonment at NEWCASTLE on one of the spurs of the BLUE MOUNTAIN RANGE is the station of the white troops.
It is situated 3974 feet above the sea amid the most charming scenery and in very healthy climate.
The town of LUCEA is possibly the healthiest as well as the most picturesque place in JAMAICA. The SANTA CRUZ Moun-
tains are well known for their charming climate, which is at the same time both cool and dry the residents are justly proud of the bracing air
of these mountains and the beautiful scenery. MANDEVILLE is the chief town of MANCHESTER and is one of the prettiest towns in the
Island. Its situation on the top of a mountain 2.200 feet above sea level is extremely picturesque. The ,,BOG WALK" is one of the finest bits
of scenery in the road to LINSTEAD. A torrent gushing in misty depths and fighting its downward course among scattered rocks the narrowness
of the ravine orden through which it rushes and the steepness and loftiness of the precipice on either side with the richness and variety of
tropical vegetation growing in all the exhuberance of its foliage on every spot where a plant can rest - - - these features unite in imparting
to the scenery all the imposing effect of. blending beauty and grandeur.






























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recovered from a Shark's maw off Tacmel Haiti, convicted. These papers are at the Jamaica Institute, East S, and the head of the Shark in the British Museum.


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Head of index for advertisements.

Reliable places for Visitors


to be accomodated


as may be desired.


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The Royal Mail -
Steam Packet Company
(Incorporated by Royal Charter, dated 1839.)


The large and fast passenger steamer of this Company of nearly 6000 tons run
fortnightly between

Southampton West Indies-New York.

A special Tourist steamer also runs during the Tourist season - January to April.
For full particulars apply to the Offices of the Company LONDON, or JAMAICA,


B.W.I. TRINIDAD B.W.I., also to the


AGENTS


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YORK


Messrs.


SANDERSON & SONS,


22, STATE SRTEET.


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STREET,


KINGSTON.


The Leading Hotel of the City.


Coolest


locality in Kingston.


o The tram Car passes every 5 minutes. o


An Easy walk to the Busy


Fram Car


goes direct,


a most enjoyable


Cool drive, and beautiful view of the Long
Mountains also of Kingston and Harbour.


Constant Spring ijotel
ST. ANDREWS.
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The Kingston s

Plumbing Company
GENERAL HARDWARE DEALERS.
Contractors to His Majesty's War Department.
39 and 41 KING STREET.
I-- SPECIAL LINES: ==
Household Furniture and necessaries.
Japanese Goods: Carpets, mats, screens, boxes,
tea sets, silks.
Earthenware: All descriptions, good values.
Enamelled Ware and Glassware: a large
assortment.
Coachbuilders' Materials: wheels, bows,
shafts, duck, etc.
Shoemakers' Requisites: the best stock in
Kingston.
Trilby Boot and Shoe Polishes: unsurpassed
for ladies and Gentlemen's fine tan and black shoes.
Carbolacene: a marvellous cleanser and disinfeetant.
Red Trading stamps are given on all cach purchases.


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C. T. ISAACS, Proprietor.
The proprietor is prepared to accept agencies for all
descriptions of hard ware, earthen ware, glass ware,
enamelled ware, etc., Exceptional facilities.


We Keep in stock Eastman
Kodak Films & Papep.


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The art: Jewellery & curiosity Store.

S. SJ..Bonitto
WATCH-MAKER
S . AND JEWELLER
' No.3, WEST STREET


Importer & Manufacturer, Souvenir Spoons
etc. in large varieties, Coolie Jewellery,
seed Jewellery, Ladies fancy made, hand
work, the greatest-Novelties.

Views & Pictorial Post Cards of the Island
-- a varied assortment.
Jip-pi-jap-pa-hatS at lowest-prices & other things
=_ j a___ _hat - too numerous to mention.
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Dr_: Percy C. Lopez
o Graduale Optician o
85 KING STREET, KINGSTON, JAMAICA.
TELEPHONE 92.
Eyes examined with the most modern instruments.
Glasses recommended only when absolutely necessary.
ARTIFICIAL EYES carefully selected and fitted.
Cinders cheerfully removed from the eyes, and
no charge made for adjusting frames.
Best attention given to Oculists prescriptions.
Office hours 8 to 11 & 12 to 5 Pm.
Special arrangements made for sundays & other hours.
oooo All work guaranteed. oooo
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FOR CURIOS

(Straw, shell and seed work; carved cocoanuts
and calabashes; local jewelry; spartha, fern,
dagger and Jamaica Cotton work; post-cards;
views; coins; cocoon purses and snuff boxes
etc. etc., also an assortment of East Indian
Curios).


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(right opposite Myrtle Bank Hotel)


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63 HARBOUR STREET
SKINGSTON, JA., W.I.


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LOUIS WINKLER & CO.
music, lrt & Photographic Depot.
18 KING STREET, KINGSTON JA., W.I.

Winsor & Newton's Artists Materials.
Eastman's Photo Materials.
Doer 200 different local Pictorial Post=Carbs to
choose from Duperly's views.
Our Music and Art-Saloon is free to the public.
"Our Island Anthem" and other loeal songs on sale.
Give us a call.






o PROPRIETORS o AGENTS for
Sof American "Cluh" Rye Whisky and Club Cock Tails.
THE JAMAICA AERATED WATER CoY. MANUFACTURED BY G. F. HEUBLIEN & BRO.

KOLA PRODUCTS - AGENTS fo -
of great fame. o ESTABLISHED 1889. o o o DoctorsSpecialME-Nish's
of great fame. ,Scotch Whisky.
"GOLD and SILVER MEDALS".
G- T7 i Agents for FALLERTS LAGER BEER.
GOLD MEDAL. 1C is 5 t nbtr
FRUIT SYRUPS Private Bonb Stores
NON ALCOHOLIC. - for Export Goods. -
Jamaica Ginger Ale WERNERS CHAMPAGNE
Jamaica -inger AeIV - Oxts o Pts o 1/, Pints. -
-- and -
Orange Kola Champagne. SAMPLES of JAMAICA RUM
64 PORT ROYAL STREET Sent to all parts of THE WORLD.
Ag s f64 OR T ROYAL SREET s Direct from the Kings Warehouse.
Agents for AGENCIES for
NECTAR TEA - KINGSTON, JA., B.W.I. = General Merchandize
= CELEBRATED. = SOLICITED.

H. T. Heinz Co. OODS the Best Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Best - Machine
foJ Fi use and Hothels. 1 p 1 Bread Made in
for Family use and Hotels. "CLUB BR AND" Bakery B Every department.
GROCERIES o LAMPS JAMAICA KOLA WINE ShipStoresinBond.
CLOCKS, Etc. Etc. and "VI=KOLA" BITTERS. FREE of DUTY for EXPORT.
Special Care Devoted to Export Orders!
Address Agencies Wanted in all Parts of the World! !
P. . BOX 102 Old Jamaica Rum o Club Brand 1 General Store-Keepers
P. 0. BOX 102 SECURED GOLD MEDAL AT LIVERPOOL - 1903.
Cable "CRAIGNISH". GUARANTEED PURE. - PRICES ON APPLICATION. WHOLESALE and RETAIL.









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Benjamin's Jamaican Healing Oil
A most valuable and reliable Remedy for Cuts, Swellings, Wounds
of every description, &c., in man, horses and cattle. 1/ per bottle.
Benjamin's Bloob anb fiver Pills.
The great cure for Torpid Liver, Biliouspess, Headache, Constipa-
tion, Sallow Skin, Malarial Fever, and all Diseases of the Stomach,
Liver and Bowels. 6d. per bottle.
Benjamin's fragrant Rosafoam.
A delicious and fragrant Tooth Wash. It gives Pearly Teeth, Hard
Gums and Sweet Breath. I/per bottle.
Benjamin's �ung Balsam.
A quick and reliable cure for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Bronchitis.
Asthma and all other Lung Troubles. 1/ per bottle.
Benjamin's Cocoanut Oil Pomabe.
A pure dressing for the hair. Will promote its growth and prevent
Dandruff. 3d. and 6d. per bottle.
Benjamin's fiver anb Kibney Cure anb
Jamaican Root Pills.
This Valuable Preparation is a positive remedy for the Relief and
Cure of all Troubles of the Liver and Kidneys, and drives Malaria
from the system by Cleansing the Blood, giving Activity to the
Liver, and Strengthening the Organs of Digestion. Each package
contains a bottle of Benjamin's Jamaican Root Pills. 2,6 per bottle.
Benjamin's Hair Tonic.
This Elegant Preparation is cooling and invigorating to the Scalp,
Improves and grows the Hair, prevents its Falling out, and removes
and prevents Dandruff. 1, per bottle.
Benjamin's ,61loria Hleabacl]e Pomber.
This Powder is a sure cure for all Sick and Nervous Headaches,
no matter from what cause it arises. 6d. per packet of six powders.


Specially Prepared by P. A. BENJAMIN MANUFACTURING CO.
68'i, KING STREET. = - Manufacturing chemists = = KINGSTON, JA., B.W.I.
Foreign Correspondence solicited.


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Benjamin's faxative Herb Tea.
This Tea is made exclusively from Jamaica Herbs, and is the best
and cheapest remedy for Purifying the Blood and Preserving the
Health. 3d. per pack.
Benjamin's Jamaican Ege Lotion.
Invaluable for Sore or Inflamed Eyes, &c. 1/ per bottle.
Benjamin's Jamaican Jlstfma Cure.
For the relief and cure of Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Influenza,
Diptheria, Croup and ordinary Colds. 6d. per bottle.
Benjamin's Colic anb Diarrl]ea mixture.
A specific for Cramps and Pains in the Bowels, Diarrhcea and Dys-
entery. 1 / per bottle.
Benjamin's -Dentina� Sootling Powber, for
Chilbren Cutting their Teetlb.
This Powder is guaranteed to relieve and prevent all those dis-
tressing symptoms which children suffer while Cutting their Theeth.
20 powders in a packet. 1/ per pack.
Benjamin's Jamaican Horse Salve.
This preparation is highly recommended when a thicker dressing
than the Jamaican Healing Oil is necessary. 1/, 2/, and 3 6 per tin.
TIhe -Daisy. Toilet Potuber.
For beautifying the Complexion; guaranteed pure, perfectly harm-
less and elegantly perfumed. For the Toilet and Nursery. I re-
commend its use tho every lady, and guarantee it to impart a per-
fectly natural appearance to the skin. Put up in three shades-
pink, cream and white. In packets at 11/,d. 3d.
Benjamin's Tonic Kola Wine-CKolatone).
An agreeable and effectual Tonic and Stimulant, giving renewed
energy and strength to the whole system; prepared from carefully
selected Jamaica Kola Nut (Bissy). 1 per bottle.
Carbolic, Toot0 Porber, Beef Iron routine
etc. etc.


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THE PLACE TO FIND EVERYTHING
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John 1H. Crosswell anb Company's

Up to bate 1a o Drug & Grocerg Store
Dealers in Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Groceries, Teas etc.
ALWAYS IN STOCK
Fine Toilet articles, Sponges, Perfumeries, Colognes, Hair, Tooth & Nail Brushes,
Toilet Atomizers and thousands of other necessary and useful articles.
Sole Manufacturers of the Celebrated Jamaica Chewstick Tooth Wash and Tooth Powder!
Also Manufacturers of Jamaica Concentrated Essence of Ginger!


OUR CONFECTIONERY DEPARTMENT
is beautifully arranged with fine SHOW CASES, containing
all the finest English, American and French CANDIES,
CHOCOLATES and CRUSTALLIZED FRUITS!


OUR ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN
is kept going all day long, with the finest and most delicious
Soda drinks.
Just as you would like it and much after the American Style!


Tourists meet witt] every
attention
anb ang information that can be
given them will be bone cheerfully!


Remember to try our
delicious Kola Prunello 1Wine!
Best mine in the worlb!
mlTakes a delicious anb invigorating brink
when combine with Flppolinaris or Soba.
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M JOHN M. CROSSWELL & CO., Eugene M. Magnus, Proprietor. ��










KING STREET


A. 0. ABRAHAMS o� KINGSTON c o


WIatcb, Clock, Cbronometer maker, Manufacturing Jeweller, etc.

The Leading Place for Repairing and Making Parts of Clocks, Watches, Chronographs, Chronometers, Barometers and Scientific & Electrical
Apparatus, Musical Instruments, Etc. - Diamonds & Precious Stones Set. o Broken Jewellery neatly repaired. o Electro-Plated Goods
Re-Silvered, Gold Plating, Etc. a Wedding Rings Engraved Free of Charge. o Sols and Mexican Dollars Bought and Sold.


Broken Jewellery neatly repaired, Wedding Rings made to order,
and Engraved free of charge. Having all the latest and best
Modern Tools and Machinery and Three

English Competent and Experienced Watchmakers.

Also a Staff of the

Best Goldsmiths in the Island.

Work can be executed and guaranteed on the shortest notice
at reasonable prices.
English Hall marked and native made Gold and Silver, Jewellery,
Clocks, Watches, Optical Goods, Pipes, etc., at cheap, low prices.
The Public are asked to notice the Trade Mark Sign A.O.A.,
so as to avoid mistakes which occur daily.

The Leading House for

GOLD PLATING
Re=silvering Electro=Plated Ware.
a- - - Country Orders receive prompt attention. , o ,


Pleace Note No. and TRADE I A. 0. A. MARK.
)No Connection with other ABRAHAMS.


�Tlj Pictor' Gramopbone
"THE VICTOR* a "THE VICTOR"*
Won the Grand Prize at the St. Louis Exposition, and was tested by Twelve Eminent Judges.
The only Talking Machines that were awarded Testimonials high enough to receive the
Grand Prize.

� GRAMOPHONES �
Five sizes to select from always in stock. They are the BEST, therefore the Cheapest.
RECORDS! RECORDS!!
A fine selection of First Class Records by the best singers and music ans in the world.
New Records every month. Marches, Songs, or Class Music can be had in Records 7, 10,
12 and 14 inches.
Persons wishing to purchase Records and cannot come themselves to the Firm to select,
can be suited by Mr. C. C. Massey, Manager, who has 25 years musical experience, and passed
at the Military School of Music at Knellar Hall in 1882, who will chose the Best Music. Any order
will receive prompt attention. All kinds of Musical Instruments repaired by the Firm of
A. 0. ABRAHAMS. TRADE A. 0. A. MARK.
46, King Street, Watch, Clock, Chronometer Maker and Manufacturing Jewellers.
C. C. MASSAY, Manager.
A LETTER.
108, Duke Street, Kingston,
17th November 1900.
Mr. C. C. MASSEY,
Dear Sir.
With regard to my Repeating Chronometer that you repaired for me some time ago I am
happy to state is working admirably and giving entire satisfaction.
Knowing that my Watch is an extraordinary, complicated and very valuable one, I thought it
best to bring it to you, you being an experienced English Watch maker, and spoken so highly of.
I shall not fail to recommend you to others and favour you with all my work in future.
You are at liberty to publish this if you wish.
Thanking you very much,
I am yours faithfully,
C. FOUCHARD.
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All Letters to be addressed to the Firm of
A. 0. ABRAHAMS, 46, KING ST., KINGSTON.


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Golofina Cigars


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Have Gained

The Grand Prize
AT THE GREAT

COLONIAL EXHIBITIONAT THE CRYSTAL PALACE.

This is the Highest Award possible for
Cigars, and the fact is thus officially recogn-
ized that the Golofina Cigars are the Best
Cigars manufactured in any part of the British
Empire.

Montpelier Cigar Factory
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEPOT.
No. 90, HARBOUR STREET, KINGSTON.

Adress for Cables: "GOLOFINA" Jamaica.
Codes Used: Premier. Lieber's, Western Union and


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La Flor de la Hahana.


Do you wish to


smoke


Really Good Cigars?

Superior Cigars of varied Brands
ALL WELL CURED?
THEN call at No. 68 KING STREET where the Public may be
assured that the SELECTED TOBACCO of which my Cigars
are manufactured is not to be surpassed in fullness of flavor and
excellence of quality. My "Especiales de Quesada", "Prince Alberto",
"Governors" are particularly to be recommended and have been
highly praised by Veteran Connoiseurs and lovers of the weed.
They as are all my Cigars, have been manufactured under
my personal and careful supervision which with my lengthened
experience of TWENTY YEARS are offered by me as a guarantee
for my having on Sale none but


CIGARS of the Best


Quality.


I therefore would assure all those persons who may favour
me with their orders that in so doing they cannot fail to be well
satisfied with the flavor and pleasant aroma of my Cigars.
LEONTE QUESADA.
TELEPHONE 245.
1) F' Country Customers and Wholesale purchasers liberally dealt
with. Cigarettes of best brands are alo sold by me.
L. Q.


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