Jamaica times
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Title: Jamaica times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: December 23, 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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December 23, 1905

By W,A. H.


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Stp little, Mae, Me wish e speak sot need that. Had he not bent to
to yOs.' touch her and nodded kindly to her
The words were pronoameed to as al as be passed ? He would not refuse
boot aulMa e whisper, oat tmey reaehed to have her if bse went to him
the ear of d youg" -a to whom a ad told him how faithful she
ad b e.a addre "ed wea e.-o whe the night -ame at
w k aeed ronL t he j ha length, she had crept p the road to-
bour be had beeo paying up a4 dowsI ward the book-beeper's quarters, starting
beneath the swaytyg baboos that ftred for fear of duppies at every rnstle ; but
the road and threw ghostly shadows pM I before she could get there she had seen
the earth. The moon that sailed In an hm coming and had drawn back into
tnclouded sky seat i beams horis ntoally the shadow with a sudden shame that
through the tracery above, and in the she should seem to follow him. Had he
hiekertg lirbt and shade nothing stood been going farther on. she would have
oat clearly bat the rows of s'rajb let e him p undisturbed, but he was
trlks that moved rythmieally from side only atro ling in the romantic shade of
to side as the wind played among the the bambo-s and soon summoning up
leaves, and at each fresh gust evoked that her courage she had spoken, and now
sad and long drawn grown which is so stood before aim, a timid little figure
familiar to anyone who has stood among upon whom the moonlight shone teo-
the bamboos at night. dily.
Be looked around him, but for a few BHrry Carlton smiled as be looked
moments eold see nothing and was jaut dows upon her, and remembered the little
turning to resume his walk, when from *pto04e of the morning. 'Well, Llua,'
the shadows by the roadside a woman's be said, do you want me ? What's
form flitted noislesly and stood before wrong now, eh '
him. She crept nearer and the black eyes
Mana,' she said again, hear me one that flabed into his were strangely earn
little bt' and she lifted her face so tat m. Ma ,' *he whtepered, me come
the moonlight fell aome to ou became me lab you.'
Smn w away from
Zeogalsed her. Early that mornntg a half angrily, and when be replied the
be rode to his work he had se her in playful tone had died out of his votoe.
the baaaa fields, a dusky, but attractive Don't be foolish, girl,' be said, You
gure, whose black eye had fl wbed eager had better go away if that is all you
ly and whoe litp had parted in a smile have to tell me.'
that displayed the pearly teeth beneath, 8he trembled as though he had struck
a his Raze baa fallen upon her with a and then with a little cry fell to tbe
languid admiration of the supple form and ground at his feet while swiftly the woros
plump round arms from which the sleeves came from ber lips as she poured forth
had fallen back to the shoulders. 8he her passionate taie.
was very pretty in a wild, ontamed way, Tue shimmering beams of the moon
for the coarse features of her rae were in that streamed upon the pair were soft
this intance softened tall one almost lost with a tender softnes, and the odourous
fight of their horteomings ano saw only breeze that played upon their face seemed
a praenal savage, quivering with the 1f a fi tig eacompaniment of what was pan.
ad vivacity of youth. iteeoaio this g there to th shadow of the bemboos
he had odded her a la *good The face of Harry Calto grew strn as
mor gr and wtth a playful flek serom he listened, but the girl saw it not, She
the ld handherchief that bouod er head 4oUald only think of a thing ad it foeam
bhdr d em1S, to traightway faes her i l expression li the eloaset, itf 'oshert,
th ae d work that w ord that roee nr e from her
BJ t hear t of the megro madlent"r W. Could ha -me that he
there dwdlta jO eswt a that was faend to loved him, that o wmel be faithsal to
*a Seer le by te syimpe au. When him alone? What Wm Moe e in the
Ba "Cthoo had At arrived as the world to her? Thedmot o head it.-aH.
ew boo-eeper on the banan platsonsomtng love hee br pon et as
mtie to 81. Marye mhereade the seee o y de he only vow be was o
stery a la eshe had looked him Sderstandlg. Se would be faitfl.
withk a sdden admiration. He we Te cadence ofher vobes ros aod fell,
white and he was black, but what of now vebemen, now beseehbng, and anon
that? There was no argument strong fll of a pathoe that it would need a mas-
enoagh to show her that they stood for. ter's pen to describe. And still the white
ever prt, and that betwes3 a great gulf Imn beside her was silent. He would
yawoed. It + the mame old sory that no sanwer, for to him at all meant no-
the wrh h known t through e- e a. thing, He could not have anythtag to do
turie. bh might love him with the fall with -r, for she was only a black girl,
rew4nh the her nature was capable o, and he, though she knew t anot,-.h al
bet h"ow a M she b to get aH0 fr ready luved.
him tbie th t she -a i hBae a 6- length she paused oad waited for
ntue'r, a i ome tai saud asepab his to repl. She had told him al, surely
WVrhy anow ad them of a plea st e as would aet taur her away. i a her sa-y
werd iof mearag Me. serva I e minde she am* am beht ha %
iait be, bt mnw hs leer ; had she w iold, b e t wieoh ha r ered
4 kMew ut, his love, if ~ oe34 have. tr hias ords fell edidly upon hr eager
swkese n, was e mh hier, as ear
dtferea free hers, that te s a Yet do notkaow what yo are ma mg,'
eQ anied I her very heart he oxeh~d ed You eaanot love me; how
fio e sh parer flame of a lo ve l ght a id you eome to uak a .,
oelv devuoe itself to one equal Mas I do lab yon sbe cried tem-
Y he- oed h- M im ater posesly, and r- upturned faue
fhnltm a would have sariiced her Iti waN full of a *eat *sieerity, 'You
even to save him for the lower may no see t ? All time me look 'pe1
leave to the higher though it eanont you, and although me Is blaek and
4drw t% Oea to Iu own level. And ;s white, dat no keep me from
whe for the first time he had notiealier lobbing you. Mass, you no believe me ?
that morning he bed fired her sere heart You cabhot want me to marry you,'
antl it se wed to her that there could be he sad angrily, Fr tuat is impossible.'
mothng she woald have done to please At another time she would have seen
ain. T.crl.ah the long dreary day ae tbh her hopes were but shadowy dreams,
au shboght of him ea she shovelled ot but now her reply was soft and confident.
the hlep4 of stodgy earth, until at last N' sbe whispered, bat me only
wheni hr work was done she had run wish to come lit with you. Take me and
swiftly hbomln the dusk, not ratting fur me will be always faithful,'
the ,tber iaboaier', who gacthred toet- With a shudder Harry Oarltoa stepped
r l hinbiag and talking i gay pr tes as r k sad turmed from the girl at his feet,
pred to satt for the diffteot .whle .er dark eyes followed him berseec.
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Rt eK was aot among thke. 8he
ol eared for this one tat. She o st
sk a the L iate mase' love her and lei
bh w ome ti b Wild thoughts of et.
tiag a kahb se's= mnareil p.tion O fshl
ed through hew mind, but no, she weold

-UV7 .-mieu. vvwu upuU ut. 10u1u1 asre
O V--'J-n W- Up UM *OI ulore
Ibad rt*o a sweet vision, that spoke with
a truer eloqiauce. V reached in an
ear. ole of golden hair er face seemed
eose to hb own o t t tropical moon-
light, and an his h'-rt arose a passionate
anger that for even one moment he

s*haod sm 0t hbe Unt.athbii to ber, and Me talk de truth, Mass,' she went
be turned upon the dusky beauty, who on hurriedly ; Twao oolleman swear dem
seemed to draw nearer with a sinuous wine kill you, and dey is waiting along
e ftdi"r t way. down a ribber side. If you no
Go, be cried fiercely, you ar mad. turn back dey will chop you up.'
Do you suppose I eo6)d ever love you or The young He kn
letyou be with me. Go I say !' The yoan man beltuted. He knew
Ttere was a silene, and then she rose that be was not a very popular book
and fled swiftly into the darkness,-ed keeper, but he had never imagined tha
with a cry of agony upo her lips, down any attempt would be made on his life.
the road and underneath the swaying Not long before be had.deeply offended
bamboos that seemed to bend in sym- sonm of the coolie abourers, but, althug
path and enfold the speeding form. And th had openly sworn vengeance, be
he, he eared nothing, but ahid ld not bring himself to beler
nero vi agelthat night she lay at they would attack h person. No;
downward upon the hard ground and n it was quite impossible, and turning to
her heart was an emptiness which her the girl he spoke in a milder tone.
tears might not relieve. 'I am all right' be said. and having
SThe lat golden sunbeams had died in come so far I cannot turn back. You
splendour upon fhe distant peaks of the must be mistaken'; but she shook her
Blue Mountains and the dream tropical head.
twilight wasM tealtig over th earth. 'Massa, I hear dem my dey would wait
In the gardens the tree-frogs were croak far ye down by de rubber dis night, and I
ing noisily, and from the banana fields know ay dem take machete in adem
there came a thousand varied sounde- band.'
the shrill cry of the cilcket, the mar- Oh nonsense,' he exclaimed. I don't
mnroas music as the broad leaves rustled believe it,' and with a shake o bhis reias
softly one against another. Three days be prepared to ride on.
nad passed sines Lol hbad told her love top, assa' she cried in a tone of en.
beneath the bamboos, and, thtio the treaty, and then as be once more paused
incident had impressed him at t time, impatiently, she said -' If you get off one
it hbad long Since pased from Hlrry little minute me show you where me see
Oarlton's mind. Seated now in the book- l, lat.
keepers' quarters he was musing of some- dew l t.
one very different from the black girl More to get rid of her than anything
and whom he loved 'too traly to let else Farry dismounted, but as b bn ,t to
anyone else ooeupy his heart for how. pse between the bananas whese he i-
ever short a time. That very evening dieted be felt the reins jerked from his
he was never able to escape from his forward. He strove to recapture it, bat
work before nightfall, and beside* that, even a be laid hold of it the girl had
was it not sweeter to sit in the slum- leaped into the saddle and galloped madly
berous garden beneath the orange tree away; and in her heart there was an over-
with his loved one when the moonlight whelming rapture, for she and not the
bathed them in mystic beauty than to white man who had rejected her would
snateb but a fleeting caress when others die peneoth the murderers' weapons, and
might chance to see ? Liura Hamilton such death was one that sbe could meet
thongbt so at least, and well be knew with j'y.
that even now she would be waittna and Next morning they found her with fixed
listening with beating heart lor the eves sharing at the pitiless *ky oove.
sound of his horse's hoofs upon the The riderless horse that had galloped
gravelled path. Their engagement was back during the night had borne no
an open secret, for although the Ham- marks of vlolenoe, and, half be-
ltosn were wealthy the had given living that *be had stopped his
every eneooraement to array, who, journey on jealous aner. Barry Carlton
depthe his inferior position,easme of one ha< tinstitted but a careless s% reb. But
of the oldest Jamiesa famuiies, now as he paused bealde the wmiani
Rint to his feet with an impatient body the fu rgedy of her deasFhA
gmre theyoun eg a stopped opus to asde in upon hit. From her lirs the
the veraW a add IeW d -byond t h esd- red blood had flowed in a crimson torrent
tering feseoo ed of epa and elimbiag that had stained her breast ani arms.
rome that wreathed around it n every They had 'done their work well, those
direetla. It was almost time togo now, ge-e of cruelty, fr long re they eoold
but he must wait for the moon to rise, discover their mistake her spirit had fled
and so, as the twilight dream loser down sad whe at last they knew it was a
ameng she t.tre and the lat bird.eong woman whose body they were hsakine
died 1he esteed there, whie soft grey to pieces It wM w o late. In terror had
eye uat memohr bad written forever on they left her, and beneath the bananas
his hart looked down upon him, and a she had lain until the morning. Thus
great happiness clasped him in its ea-. wa her life given freely, bravely. for the
brace, man who could never have cared for her.
His dream had not passed away when There was no other way of saving him,
teo mniaes later he mounted the hore and to the futnes of her self sacrifice she
that stood ready saddled and rode slowly had taken it.
down tbe road. The moon east a grte- Oh God she loved me,' said Harry
qu shadow far in front of him, and idly Carlto as be rode slowly away, and his
he watched it au t seemed to flit lib a bend drooped lower on to his breat ; but
gihot from ander the horse's feet. But to hib heart there was but a fleeting sor-
ha mtod was ooped with sweeter row. for she,-shewas only a negro girl.
thoughts and he id not see that darker
hadpr that rept from a clump of eoooa
trees by the roadside and followed wih
hesaing steps Arriving at the ot HUMPHRE YS
sktr she banaban plantation he tairnsed
do wa-between a rowof the taller plants, Speciles cure by acting directly on the
for it was shortee that way and he longed 'ir* parts without disturbing the rest of
to get rare qatekly to his destiatioa. the syseni.
And sill tmar stealthy figure followed N 1 for Fevers.
him. tll at laa when he was near tbh N". 2 'orms.
canre of the plantation it qiekened N.. :3 Teething.
its steps rad ran lightly forward until No 4 Diarrhea.
it br of the horse N. 7 Coughs
SM !' t erted, and the voice was No. eur a.
trembling with excitement, 'no go any No 8 raa.
harder.' *0. 9 Headaches.
Harry started as he was thus roaely No. 10 Dyspepsia.
awakened from hu revere ie, and as he No 11 Suppressed Periods.
looked down be saw that t was Lnlu who -,. 12 Whites.
had spoken. N 13 Croup
*What do you want?' he said How .. 13 ThCo in.
dare you disturb me,' for at the moment N 14 The Skin.
be was angry No. 15 Rheumatism.
Dey will chop you if you go die way' No. 16 Malaria.
she whispered. 'All the evening deh No- 9 Catarrh.
been waiting fer ye, since dew hear young No. 20 Whooping Cough.
Harry turned hi.e se swiftly as he N. i T The ladder.
heard tse o asloUs words, for although he The Bladder.
did anos Oeer5snd them be saw tbt she N, 77 L. La Grippe.
was not trying to deateve hi u. In small ,ottles of pellets that fit thb
Who will eho3 me ? he amksd, Are s pocket. At 1ruggists. Is. each.
you eraly, girl, or do you want me to r tli* e CO ,t r W; il ad John
listen to your nonsense for the fan of it ?' .,ree, New 'o: u.





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December 23, 19A5

J A M A. 1Cr 8M

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__-_TTTN(r Imt EQwAX
S(B A. C. MiLLER,.
Beeswax, not old Old Beeswax, the
batt of the village jokes, but the real
article st my theme, the jokes will, be on
the jokers who have been loudly urging
the prodaciou of wax, but ignoring the
pains and pleasures 'of the producer and
the coet of production.
Wax produced from capping and sold
at 26 ents to 28 ents per pound leo
freight charges may be profitable la a
measre, but producing it from old comhb
by the common methods of melting and
skimming, or by pressure, spells lose In
g letters. Let us see how this oars.
First we get a roaring fire nt the kitchen
tove, get a wax press In running order
ead charged with a mile or so of chesee
eloth. Next we begin to load it with
eomb. Oh, dear there go a pleeon
the stove and burns, and complaU ts are
hard toteme. AtlaWt ttis load-
ed and pressure applied. Thunder the
water is ot. Saw it jnst in time. Now
were off ain. Phew! but it to hot over
this stove. Crash, slam, bang-! Oh,
dear, I believe I have broken my arm
No, I rgess its its all right, I didn't think
that box was so weak. Well here goes
agaei. Now let's open up and claw over
the slumgnu. Great Sc .t, how the stuff
sealds, After three or four hours of such
troubles we find we have five or ten
pounds of wax, which alter reme ting and
running Into makes will bb worth from
$ 150 to s ,
aInidental we have filled the hooe
witth the' 40emy odor of dirty old
embe, have bedabed the tove anad
wish wax and dirt, called ear
Sa 1 a lot of feel Jadg iM
l a ~ .,M Iy. Does it pay? !
i realMise that despite all this tf lf.
bhor and d comfort only abot half of
tih measme wax s reevere, -a iel-
~" of d toi t is apt to ad see s eem r
ls su that thereafter wax prodaetlo
will be neglected altogether.
All of thi s aunnecwsary, for the pro-
doution of beeswax may be made bo
emy and profitable it right methods and
implements are used. It we ean produce
more wax from the same quantity of raw
material with the same labor and in the
same time, we make a gain, or tU we pro-
dece no more than before but with les
expenditre of time and labor we gan.
If, however, we can doubt the preset
production and halve the time sad libor,
we make a gai which expressed tn
I Ages eual to getting 75 emat to
1.00 a pean for the present wax output
of pr aery. Tbhese~esms are meom
i the use of a wax extretor
y pat upon the market by the
Mif. Oo, The device work oe
S partples different from thoes embodied
Il any other machine heretofore em-
ployed. In pre and smtia r ooatriv-
anoer the comb mass it compreS, ad
hbe holds a large as ount of wax dees
he tbhe pree In a.e It ergebee
r submergence with agitation ol a
mall portioo of the wax os released, St
with a submergence and imlnaraeo-
diml egratLoD, aoitatioa and pre re,
al of the wax will be departed from the
waste sad securely
The new device secosllshes all this.
S It onsists of two cane. one within the
v eter. The outer can, saown in the eau,
l Ues a conical cover with an outlet pipe
tfo the wax, a faucet for the withdrawal
of water and an inlet for water. Throoph
ahe top of the conical cover passes the
shaft which moves the inner mechanism.
The lamer ean has a perforated bottom
and top, the latter being removeabie.

parts of the grinding apparatus an at-
tached to the al aft which passes through
the middle of the can are corresponding
The method f operation is simple in
the extreme. After removing both oovers
hot water is poured in until the can ist
one-balf to two-thirds full. Then comb
l 1eutle ih mae s Ie e to the top
l the oan, then the covers are replaced.
hot water added through the font el on
bse cover, and it soon as the fluids re; c b
the apex of the cone the wax begins tc
fow it.n. The crank is then turned

for a few minutes, more water is added
and more wax eseapes. Where the water
appliawees '*re onveo ient a smell it
Ieatdv ,*teau. o, th4i watS-r ,i v em allow-
ed to fl,)w in anD the wax will flw sreadli-
IL ot. When all ofthe

the faeet Is opened, sme ofd tOe water
d w od. eeers removed, the laaer

e the pro repeated. It will
erved shait Is thas naep..ry to-
but a little frek water wth emah
FNthermore is it met aeeary
the extraeor en a stove. Whe i te
in ths eM air ltoa ecol or a te
room4 advanteaee to hav tkedi
traetermprosetetd with a jacket wr
pigof oleth or paper tocomaserve
The oprin rapid, there is no
heavy Itt so working over a hot stove,
no elawing over of scalding slumgum, no
danger olt re from plit we, ano totLing
OM of water aad eouequ at meltlng ot
of the an sad :r tr at a pres.
The slop and dirt a thie te Is die-
penaed with, much to tohe ati'm U Me of
e good wife and to the eeaoeg peaem
and e tort of Wel hMewe.
The Inventor fA th i wx extrator
marks a new era tahwra prdeet, and
ie extended ee abould greatly Inresee
the wax outpat of lo eOmaty.
(TFbis b t aen from the "American
Bedeeper.") -
In Damp Fowls Die.
A damp poultry ho~ra indnu deiease.
Roup sometime appear before the farmer
or poultryman is aware of its appearance.
A fool may be affllted witdh rup. have a
eod appetite, ad how o talmm ., of
a iand may bhto tobleoaedhia
long as month, until finally t dies o
the roos at night after appear~ nlgw
during the precedaig day. Again, re
appears in volesnt form, wellatg a
oloig the eye, bringol eonto eet wU.
tg On the Aide of the ~a d klint
qulokly.; There to a ertaian saga, however,
when the disease its reien, tad that i
hoare breathing. Bring the Mar e to
the nostril of the fowl and it breathing
will be vtry hoare, and even nbab. The
nostril f isi all o emit a v1ry ilaagrema1

Tmou uoor, wale aumsnrges tertorlm.
The remedy is to provide dry and warm
quarters, for reap is a diseaseM ndued by
dampne and cold. It i sometime ac-
companted with violent sore throat,
known as canker. Medoines are of but
litt le us, unless atisted by warmth add
prottotion from exposure, but if aseditue
to used it must be accompanied by near.
tihling ood. A teaspr onul l f a solution
of copper, In a half gallon of rrinkinp
water, should also be the rule, as it -~
not ouDy a medicine but protects other*
ia the flock that may drink from the same
scu;ce.-Farm and Firueide.


SPeppere !
Nevis.,lt ys Lightb,,rre's Mail Notes,
hs been shipping p ppers to England,
aud realiling good pre s. Yellow Ne-
pal ...... pepper aefal-y -- ..... ..
sad red allies 26/ per ewt. 1he former
price is satted to be exceptional, at
there was keesoompetition between two
bidders for the small lot of 64 Tb*.


The Brtteb Hondnrii Clarion reports
that granted papow juioe seliting in
the United states for from $1 to er
thi, thbe rede state. Alluding to
se Voei of 84 Lucia ealls attention to
tirs kt whkh ha been hitherto oon-
ddeiw thew, where it grows wild band.
to all latents sad purpose
M preodet.' The juioe ean be ol
beted ty itely serifying the soft tunk
of the ree, or these d of its abundant
frth, sad removing after a da ortwo
thi abtaoem lito wbieb the joles has
crystalised. An average tree to id to
yeld about a quarter of a poand of
crystal&. 7 a
1-Tere we a gre number of papaw
trees in Jamaia, tho fruit of woleh aoes
to waste, sad this notication from Hon-
dur may prove of adatage to enter-
pri ing ettlers, espeelly to those in the
country districts.

The Agricultural Society.

The Governor preided over the Board
of Managemqot on Wednesay 15tb. The
lrtam t for next yr. were peeed at
I1,461. It mwa qd to sped 100 on
pria Ifor theal ho-l*A afeid wi
h w 7 f -1 '6 *1o p heso each
1oarebf~. t e amk to Cea

It was resolved to ask the Government
topy to- theb Stciesy tihe aWe 1ira
paid Wser*d the Islad Cheelst'os alary
andthat the Solbty try Otltt ows

A Nropomtol taeureu te~ beash il.
istno fon-rees 5/ we dropped& There
ae amow 46 brmehs.
n. Palashe ws given leave of abSmee
Sring December,

bt itasia a oc Wkl uto
e do* dita ch of q mkry, Wru aby, peedily
ad icomomicalV cm i-adu.lt s know-
jloke okf A o -Jad 'w fb demt-

Ilnsrie altl bp o matter t the bod
T3j, lMON. NO. S--A wov*ign
S lty. aeroesMe. trnpair'd
vitalty, leeplesmom, distaste amd iacapacity for
buqms- or pleasure. love of olittde, blushing,
tea t ia.,pain in tb back ad head, and alt
thme dior res ultinr from eary error and
ecss which the faculty so periteetly inore,
because w htnotent to cure or ev relieve.
ENRAPIONs soldby lChesitsBs
-1._ ti-o.h uttn. ino riV ,a l 9-- a"
& 44. In ordering, state which ofthe three
numbers rcuired. and obwrve that the word
STInAPto appears oB British Government
Stamp (in white I'tters on a r; grouad) affixed
to every packageI by order of His ajesty's Hon.
Commalsoners, and without which it isa fger
for sale by John 0 CroauweU i Cc.

.made that owing to tl
clamatien of His Exoelles J the
C rvernor, public in thw *
GazeteExtraord'nry of d44 15ti
I eceaber, the Isthmian COal Coim
mission will not be able to sgln ooan
trat in Kingston, as per aanUUmem
meat in this Newspaper on Deoembe-
Attorney for Chief Engineer,
Isthminsa Canal Commission,

FOB SALE- beat 6W0 in Shaolr 1i
the Klqaoa Beaftt Building Soei*
Wll acept a re-OseM offer.
OR SBALU-A b f 1er oaf Il
ealtvtldos t Birant ae ail i

POR ioly OR RNT--T wo Lot of
too Peo, Parish of lsteon.
aENRY TOY-LOY, Manwigr
Provioa and Produce eler,
Tror P.O.

Licensed Horse

ITPHE uad amneunmooe that he
o fI T-d toersut Horse Dolsr,
=d a. sob-d l -i to by h*i

Horslffesi and D ke
His rwt"ll I owil d eatd

F ly nueros ~iPatros go the

-Ir hav r3eipvd-m tese.-

I am prW&aiug to
-It woirk'~r iol~i~

Cm" E.
(taw of L., Ruduhay) Kmeh
51 Kleg~t, ~C ow.. Bst 8* K su.

Kuldoal hummPtSL
104,. 76wir78i
LL1O. m* '
Leed mad maII f*p Orm Flaes laz
md other mnusliw frumpte kI.
lustrum soldl oh Oommhies,
Lx~cboei oie.
OrdAMe fur t ra wrkIt reuivce
at tA" abeus maadvire
1 gglbl aud BAmlin Baby Orpms
1 Qernihan dl 1betsy' OrICIufQr sale~c-.

156, Harbour St., Kiugston.

EtAMILTS pj e a to that sw trame-
[ for FUR ITURKE andSall kI 'a of
BAGGAGE to alt obi t Ia agtton ad
St. Andrew at uaooul, 1 re,.l
N.P.-Baggage for trains, samers,
aetc., a specialty.





December 23, 1906

IMy TjRDbjIecomem my WROLS.
It's nearly always reckoned
w 3" his Iay jRUsT he doth describe
Wes liabl, to my scoND.
Me. 2V7,-1m41u rTvbee.

each picem raptremets *tiag of
r Idiasa tribe. *"* '"

1. Doubly curtail a tesnetAM ba4 e as
- -inn ,.
2. Doubly curtail a wood nymph and
have add
a. Doubly curtail a bundle of twisi,
d have to make weary.

We, in.-Netawswm.
I am a maueare nickname.

M-L, v^cUiel b l vae befld aadsptump
meI become

1 reas-A ar scouUit y.
a I iata U 4 rtoa eonmtto.

SuppJaw al m wgd

&C Ai m e .a at la

2aOeBeaaards batetewo w t
*ema 9Ileys Sa aMqks.

1 It a tikm-1aI to attempt to evade
1amw. Are yo emdy to proceed?
2. Oa6 may be sinewy or know that
be is mmasieth end yet be weat.
Be dea-m a triagle'e vertex aa
-se angie opposite the base.

1L Add g a#t r animals, re
Samle aiMajeee of A Cla a of
glsats that lnemase la tsie by a aeew
yern eo the as-MOab
2 AddW.a tto baue paeS, e
Rai al ae a web mak ea.-

Ou Puzzle Pxizes.


To the one who solves the mos pulA e vry teek Aunt 4ago will award one
book as a Pris.
At the end of this quarf Aunt Mango will give a set of books to the solver
wh has done best during une ore g hr months. Anc this will be done
every quarter. Your answers should reach her on the Saturcas following the
--Mt uw, AYou ~uarloljr~chs w mt tkm ~:llrr~gh

jooUUUV~IUU u' I55U pUL5IARu


dte. aod gentiemen; 1 aeI
'COsgb-b- -----------
The Crowd-Hear. hear!
Qulte r __ _
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J 4
j"^ ^ *^a 6 I ^^Kdk

*` I.,

flrammag (GepiPdtji
lieve I have much of -a wit aftw alL
MY hIe m never Jamgb at my jakm
Ginap fag(awtngty)-Ohdn, y they
*40! Tbvyalways a lizglrftw you ha
Idt tOe rowm-UI iuMe te B4 I

IL ~ep65e.

I \'1 ",

Smith-Do you believe in dreams?
Jonekp-No, I married one.-Llie's

*Vaet )u&?
"AV, only two ms6avls, suky
W6O W Iket an' a bit aPpa! I teUw
Fm. JIM, dewr sotbt n Ia&i& Wandt
bmbinnea Io AorpPl" S ir.out- Post4-

Orest slyrt.

Jm i~toer4Orl'WD~s iA' exla citla
gane ,*dm I Iin boldmy
ctudy to, Lk --17%ol p his gI ttln' Iti-
a~i~tij~'4~ .1
Pinte. emmI~ed

Ted-lAt's alt down here and wait
till the pear falls Willie.
Wille-We'll have to wait a long
time dea
STed-YTe. but all tings come to him
Who waltt.-New York WortL

L I ________ __.__ -- ____ ___.___1 --.---~--~-I --

3. Ad d and r to a vegetable, re-
arrange, and have to cover with dra-
4. Add d and r to relation, rearrange,
and have to swallow.

Good Motto 7Po Them.
"We've got a good motto for our
paper," remarked Kidder.
"What is it?" asked the slight ac-
"'What We Have We Hold.'"
"Oh, I see; referring to your cireula-
tion. By the way, I didn't know you
were a publisher."
"We're not. We manufacture fy pa-

Key to the Pussler.
No. 268.-Zigzag: Fairyland. Cross-
words-1. Frost 2. Fancy. 8. Shift 4.
Hairy. 5. Fairy. 6. Daily. 7. Grase.
8. Inane. 9. Dozen.
No, 269.- Progressive Enigmas: 1.
Ashy. 2. Conscience.
No. 270.-A Wood Pile: Beech, ash,
maple, oak, pine, larch, willow, fir,
No. 271. Fractional Problem: Mie-
No. 272. -Riddlemeree: London.
No. 273.-A Song Title: "The Sands
of Dee."
No. 274.-Reversible Squares: From 1
to 2, dial; 2 to 1, laid; 2 to 3, Leon; 8
te 2, Noel; 1 to 4, Dart; 4 to 1, trod;
2 to 5, leat; 5 to 2, tae; 3 to 6, seve;
6 to 3, even; 4 to 5, tort; 5 to 4, trot;
5 to 6, time; e to S, mit; 4 tp 7, teel;
7 to 4, lelt; 5 to 8, tide; 8 to 1, edit;
Sto Ero ; 9 to a, sore; to 8a
eto 7; ~itl; to 9, ekes; 9 to ,
N No. 2T 7-3marade: M te, ye,
mullate. .
,t 274.- Cntral Synaepatioms: 1.
2l-ar. P-eat. & A 4-4.
th-- n.



December 23, 1905


Eve In


BETHLEHEM, the central spot of
Interest in the Holy Land at
Christmastide, is a Christian
town set in the heart of Mo-
hammedanism, where once a year the
Greek church grants the use of the
grotto of the Nativity to the l tin
church. The ceremonies begin on Dec.
2t by the image of the youthful Christ
being carried from the basilica of St.
Helena to the sacred grotto of the Na-
tivity, where the traditional spot oft
Christ's birth is marked by a silver
star set in the rocky pavement
The service begins at 10 o'clock in
the evening. It opens with the chant-
Ing of psalm" without any musical ac-
companiment. The patriarch of Jeru-

' =, -,-

stand in a group about the basket, I
which Is deposited upon the star.
Around this star in the inscription, "Hie
de virgine natus eat" ("Here he was
born of a Irgn"), for this is te spot"
upon which tradition places the actual
birth of Jesus. There the impressive
narrative of the birth of Jesus as found
in the gospels Is slowly recited, and
when the passage (Luke .i, 7) "And
she brought forth her firstborn Son and
wrapped him In swaddling clothes and
laid him In a manger, because there
was no room for them In the Inn." is
read ,the figure ls reverently picked up
from the star and carried'oier to the
opposite side of the grotto. where it i
put into a rock cut manger. 'This co-
jhides the servlJe.-J-Adoo 8pher-.
Hew the Royal Pamily of Great Brit-
aln Celebrates.
The royal family of Great Britain
keeps up Christmas at Sandringham p it;
a right royal and old fashioned way.


the d
so th
of t

STasteful decorations with holly an whe
l istletoe abound everywhere. Every wepr
one comes down -to the dining room, Tb
where breakfast is taken en famille. gosp
i Every one has presents for some one ligio,
rle else. All the servants and tenAlHitF .re the t
remprnldtlered, so that thferc arP iimany 't,) f(
happy hearts on hlirist i.t. mIorli.ing. -11ho
Suilslantial joinits. toae ani' tlurkeYs Itl nl
with other good thins. have a (idlight- four
S ful way of turning up at the very the
houses where they are most wanted. 'Ame
S After breakfast the.royal family and The
Sgetsland the ladies and gentlemin of surri
the household go on a tour' ofinspec- trala
tiour tb view the decorations, aml then faith
provided the weather is fine, th sonut
walk to church, wbhh'h, of course, his key,
beeirtastefully adorned in apiprlpriate the I
and approved Christmas fashion. On Bull
the entry of the king and queen the state
congregation rises-that is' the ou'y Chri
formality observed. The king's domes- In
tic chaplain takes the service-a bright EgyT
Scoral service, with Chrtstirna h.\ins Fran
and an anthem. and
Then comes luncheon-wbhich is the nies
children's dinner attelned by the Cf 1h
e -----klng and queen and other lieliliers of than
TYPICAI BMBtLEHBM FAMILY OF TOUI. the famniy. TBet'htrittnat,- ptitiia i -
salem usually officiates in the grotto, brought in, blazing up nierriiy, to the
but on this occasion be is represented Intense delight of the. little princes and
by the L1.atin bishop. The Interior of princesses.
the church is most pletureslue, foi The late afternoon is the most excit-
thee are only a few chairs provided lng time for the juniors. The doors of
for foreign visitors, while the bulk of a certain room-have beep kept rigor-
the congregation Is made up of the ously fastened since the previous eve-
Betblemite women in their blue dresses Ing, her majesty and other mewmbrl .
with red frontlets, wearing peaked of her family having duly dressed a
caps when married and fit cnps -o\. large C'hristmas tree therein. 'The door
ered by white veils when single. Is opened, and the whole party troops
Ap they enter the church they at ~ in, while the royal chil.'reu evince the
kneil down and then 1Mt upon the greatest delight at the 'hbrst:ias tree
rod in true oriental rf ... i. "In ablaze with lights and weighed down
the dimly lighted church." stiys one with prvin uts. Afterward all sorts of
.who has seen the service, "the-ee squat- games are entered Into with a hearti-
ting varicolored figures, with their ness and ze-t that must surely appeal
beautiful faces lit up by fits and starts to every one.
by Cashes of the candies, Intent on de- Diiner coUmes along at 8:45. to which
motion, seem like so many modern Mr all guests staying in the house and
donnas come to celebrate the glory of many of the household are invited by
the first Madonna." the king. The king and qdeen and
Precisely at midnight the pontifical gest assemble in the drawing roomn
high mas in eebrsted, the figure a frst, and then a procession Is formed
Christ is bronm t L a bmket and de- 14 ? ot eure, by thir mle
posited upen thL hi& altar, and thle tDlowed In order of precedence by
procsiteon orml to aopany It to the others. The table are laid In the
pthe cryepto. As tlo, cbmatl o Srd ason. The guests re ase ta at
esaslon winds through ti mlgt- small oval tables, the king and goeen
ed bhureh there iometna wrt ..o. -e-- al to -t a.
solemn about the eermoy, and as the are waitd on by wheead footmen.
cnmred image passes varas acts f BM b ed, baron of beet and plum
worshit are performed by the devout pndang irt tapk d" the II
attendants. t4A tlhe llrox v.sion mOvs royal Chrlstmas dinner. "eand
b g t ogh After 4mnpte there may be a dftnce or niT
librogh th though lowni dialy Li oOnly
passage from the Latin church to the a Iov'wa the walt of whiitl ai dc i ot,
et of the Nativity. t9e1 te wallr of wIlal h are dh, i it bh
When ply to b majesty when be vis ited
ecclesiastics reaches the silver star set t to y when he visited inog
In the pavement the trhsts ianuse and tt country-Pictorial Magaie. ing I

nowxamr's maag 09 nrazsr.
R&, teemIng' 1flU ti vast C Mueme
ottdoo iuuti~Y'. : %pzrc:!:caliy the
coutinent ia wb : '.ri t tsni~t~' s
the CvuxmvbaZ ft ,wa: wtbu 1 sa
11s lDatVulablk OlllatDII and) strntr
faIvaibatwt tb tgre m-nt V% l- -wrk'
a trawd'orxaaat~o* Sltbeic. x'eupy-I
bvqly b t9f.1( ttae entire couqujqAt,*.

0 1

l U Uhin fno I



FTER a little over 1,900 years
from the birth of its founder
Christmas has become the
most generally observed re-
us holiday on earth. There Is
ely a land beneath the sun that
not witness some celebration of
lay set apart to commemorate the
I of the Carpenter of NazaretL
e in many Asiatic countries few I
cipate in these celebrations, there
yet enough so that all peoples are
ing -the significance of the cere-
y. Then, too, the number of actual
cipant s is increasing year by year,
hat it takes no very great stretch
he Imintioi to picture a time
n Christmas observances will be
tically universal.
e charge of the Master to carry his
el to all the world has been re-
usly obeyed, and the prolbhey to
thousand years of peace which n i i-
olow\v (.-lose On Th.it (u -l ll. i:i
]d he on it v wiy (>f i the s t'hri itiauit y iItrire ly liliill:li+ -
andl is rapidly Nw-liilni; its w\v'" .,
other two. Buth North aind SoUjti
ricva are Christian in every part.
same iP true of Australia and the I
oundin islands constituting Aus-
isia. All Eurole f'l'ors the sam- -
I, with the single eCe,;tiuo of thi-
beaateru'corxier belonging to Tui
and even a conu.ideraiL!e part of
rurkish empi:'ei including Armeni:.,
garla and others of the Balkan
s. embraces Christlan:ty, whilo
stian-alsilons exist in Tur-:ey.
Africa, w. ere the British gover:i
pt rid all South Africa, whii,.
Ice has virtual -ontrol of Moroea *
other Europenn powers have co:
throughout the conti:nnt. the faill:
ie Nazarene hb.- a larger following
any uther relgioEn.


Is ruled by a Christian power. TD4
on the south, is under the control
England, and the misslonries ar
gradually winning their way. Tibetl,
the stronghold of Buddhism, is uadgri
Rusgsaa influence and is being invaedl
by Engl;n;d from India. Pa!estl
Syria and Persia contain Importat4
Christ ian missions. though as nation
they are still under Moslem control,
The Boxer uprising was practically thb
last gasp of the virulent opposition tb
the advance 4f Cbhrlstianty in China.
The lesson received from Europe at
that time, the important .concessioa
granted in the chief ports to the great
Christian powers, the fnvaslos of Man.
eburia, the introduction of the rilro4
and the ever increasing numbers at
missionaries. all of these things aro
gradually working a change in the (Cl-
nese empire. Mission work is rapidlyI
increasing in Korea. Japan has br
rowed most of her civilization froa.
lrristian nations and is seriously dlM
using the proposition of adopting
their religion also. The Philippines be..
13ng to America, and a consBderabl
- u0ports taw C tta
Christmas morn in the year of
Lord 1905 will therefore have a mia
:ng to more nations and more people
*han any previous Christmas morn 1
Sie history of mankind. The fact tbah
'his day will be celebrated by sucM
vwdely variant types and in s~u'h wiVe,
-, separated nations givcs : Ipow'erfil
suggestion of unity in th- h'"iu:rn race.

The I nlvera1l itrire.
She w;'. superbly dres-sed in the pin-
:'acle of fashion and would have been
beautiful but for a certain stern, busi-
:iessike expression that rather marred
the sweetness of her face.
First looking up al~tdown, she dart-
(4 swiftly into a narrow passageway
and was soon uoi a doerorem-
blazoned wih thelegcuD "~igror Olee
AIargerino. ClairVoyant, .Pnture Fore-
The door opened.
"Where Is the sigaor'. sbe nervously
demanded .
"In ,td. mum."
"Horrors! What's the matter with
him ?"
"Nervous prostratiou. brought on by
ver\% ork."
"Over ,vork ?
"Yes. mum. Since- S~j.tewmbr be's
been busy peerin' into de future fer
people wot wanted ter know de vaue
uv Christmus presents dey wilz gol9'
to girt so's they'd know how much ter
Spend on theirs."
Stifling a shriek of despair, she sped
away on the unit for some other clat-
voyant-New York H
A T*p.r Turry 'Part.
A topsy turry party to good tmn at
Christmas. Everything Is done at this
party "the other way around. For la-
Mas-ce a ai very -TMIA vbwtstmae te --
fastened to the cefltg 'upide dowL
On the floor a iumb of package
Paoid* laid -In tbe packacBi Rm -,
must be sure to have the topsy turv
scheme. Tn all those tntematndel ftort
girls you should put. only such thta
as boys li.e or ee,. and the tlder tbl
guest the lsmpler should the toys b
The next thing in this topsy turvry pr.
ty after the distribution of the pacek-
ea is to have some one enter the
rooni dressed as Santa Claus with as
empty basket on his back or In ble
hand, but instead of giving each peisea
a pn he mnnt dePmand une fro
saoh person. Later om in ttr evteain
the guests play a game of forteta,
when they bav a chanee of gsttteg
back their gi~ts.

-bvey Tak.
Mabel-Wh:: are yoi maklngf
m e-- njl ae. my dear. .... _
lirel There will you get th
lels to put In Itt-New Yotr Wott.


December 23, 1906

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Their Lost Meetint i JamlaNio
After meettiug all day on Sunday, Col.
and Mrs. BRsoh, Leader of the Svastioo
Army in the West Indie, held their last
meet toin Jamale on Monday night in
the Kingtoa Town Hall. There wa a
aed &asembly of falvationiato and friends

of the Army.
Proceeding o d with a hearty sing-
ing of the Missionary Hymn, From
Greenland's Icy Mountaine, and after a
solo b Ensign Garbot and prayer by
Mrs. Capt. Gimes, the Colonel began an
interesting end erneet address. Begin.
ing by a reference to their approaching
departure to India, he said be did not
propose to deal that night in any detail
with their own in the West Indies.
More or less it wa known to that audi-
aseue It rjoiced his heart to looking
ovr the records kept by the Army to see
that during the two and a half years
12,000 perons, men, women and children,
had knelt at Army ptenitt forms, eek-
ing their Savwour. Many of theme ad no
doubt gone back to the World, but hun-
dreds of them had been faithful and
many were also in the ranks of the
Army. The Oolonel proceeded with a
few bold. firm broke to paint the oon.
edition of the World to the eye of the

1.000 million were non ehristians. The
band of deep darkness covered India with
ie 200 million souls, also China, Japan the
Islands of t he sea and Africa. Regard.
ing India, he smiled a moment at the
remark of an acquaintance that they were
about to start' the Army there, The
Army had been in India 20 years. It had
now 1,200 officers there. School work
was a special feature of the field, and the
Army had be tween 200 and 300 trained
teachers, and more than 400 schools. Its
social Institutions numbered forty two,
among which ncre two hospitals which in
a kingle year had dealt with more than
forty thousand ase. The Army divided
India into s'x or seven territories In
that which they were going, there was an
orphanage In which were 20 children
med from famine.
Ixplataing the Army's meoas ton Mis-
sionary work, the Oolonel found ts spirit
embodied in the motos which faced each
other across the length of the Great
Hall in which their last preat Congress
met .tin Lodon. One motto sid The
Word for Christ;' the other replied
SChrist for the World.' Army Officer
went on Miaion work prepared if neea.
sary to dress like the natives and to eat
their food ; and also to do their best to
help them all round their life, In tem-
pwral things as well as spiritual. The
tieral's directions were: Got the peo-
pl to coe to you : Get their oofidenee :
Ge them rsed.
Mrs. R Beh read from liaha spoke
most feeluanlyt ad pesua ely Mi-
menary work. She spoke of her personal

surrender to obey the call, and expressed
her heart was for a eoOqaerig Lfaith, to
be kept from behng stemned by the it-
maelity of the task before them and a
sense of the smallest and apparent
Ieefeetivenee of individual effrt.
P. E. B. Hopktins Lq. who was on the
platform was introduced by Colomal
Reoeh, aid In his warm hearted way,
said a few words of brotherly good sheer.
The m~paUsa i lo 4 wit an aeest end
Irntrr ,os e appeal f r per, oral surrender.
Qoate tocientally he last eborns ong
was one wbrhh some nioeteen years ag,
led Vol Rach bhimelf1 to a *all warren
der to missionary work. The word are :
I will flow Thee my Htavour,
Thou didst shed rby blood f r me ,
,kud though *.1 the world forsake Thee,
B fhy graee I'll follow Thee.

here w" a good attesudmece tf ffitcrs,
ie adiig djintant Dobney. Warden of
the Women's Hohe who to just back to
work after A rather se *ou* illqe-.
The Hall had been wed for preparing
the Xmas pareels for the poor and thee
*# Moelav nirht w e mxlI ain it. .....a

o00, ISO et"
In annon eing the dtptrtib o3
Clifford i., ebarseteisric SJat
spirt, eap ke of is as a servbee,

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4ahRredimg Or iaflnrjW a ig si&.ia'$-
ft hf*tuvuArehOevd ud p-rmijssen ly
9ed yLe"'s 6a etial". rbm' a01
?rclll orrv e P, 40 so" 444 -o"Wvv. 44
ad e4a*y skin e mp.-Ltb bSO Wby n
0 4.1 bt And P& es.

Concernin Sea-Bathing.
Sir,-Perueal of the Editoiia of your
eans of the 9th inst., Zommensatory o
the example of Mr. George L. Brown of
Montego Bay in teaching several boys to
swim, induces me to submit the following
remarks for publication repeating tha
Whlst the entire coast of Jaratea has
several fine coves and bathing places
where seabathing and swimming can and
ought to be indulged in regularly (notably
Muotego Bay for deep ea bathing and
the bathing ground of the Hotel Tithfield
for folks advanced in life-women and
children, though neither place surpass
the Mount Pleasant beach near Bodden
Town in the Island of Grand Oayman) it
is astonishing the small percentage of
coast dwellers who either bathe tn the
sea or oan swim.
In my school days the late T. P. Cox
used to take his boys to Streadwiek's
Bath, but I am not aware if other school-
masters et similarly.
Swimming, besides affording good sport
it should be remembered, is an exercise
which brings every muscle of the hunma
body into action, and develops more red
carpusolam than any other eercie.
A few extract from writers on the
I 1 1 > __

_wj w., a uv ww *.* W u *ei M & is
the minds of your readrs the importance
of sea-bathing and swimming.
Dr. R. Abrahams an expert New York
Physician in a paper read before the New
York Medinal hooiety in November 1903
announced the result of his treatment in
case of blotehes, ring worm, the itch of
age, and chronic eczema by sea bathing
and with remarkable renlits.
In the Physical Culture Magazine' for
1904, Captain Handleyof the New York
A. C. Team announced the unahimous
opinions of those who have thoroughly
studied the question of swimming and are
therefore qualified to judge, via :-' There
is no exerei that will develop the body
more gracefully or more symmektrally
than does swimming,' for, adds the Cap-
tain, Swimming exercises eery ige
set of male in the body.I
Mr. 8. T. Jones in the September
number of 'Phy al Culture Magazine'
gave the results of analytll tests of
Athletes blood made by Dr. '. B. Hawk
of the Unversity of Pennsylvania shortly
before Mr. Jone assert that the
Doctor's experiments show Rwimmng
is of the moss benefit to the modern
Athlete.' From the analysis, the Dr.
declared swimming was te ideal sport'
and that the sport which showed the
most marked per ceotage of gain for par-
ticipants so far as rbe richn-es and red-
nes of tb' blood t concerned was
In conclusion I would remind your
readers of the important of red carpseles
in the blood a large per oentage of them
In that vital fluid being essential to good
health and strength. I am, etc.
The Mtn's Metrcpole, Kingston.
The salvation Army Metropole, 96
Orange 8t. is a boon with tts cheap lodg-
ing and food to the large numbers of
country men, some way poor, who are
crosoang into Kinsaten trying to ge
tkenon contraes to go abroad. The
sleepinlg acommodation b full nlght after
l4ht and Ensag Gasbutthas his hands
kept busy. He it sueoeeding in the dilm.
cott task of keepmg this usefut astittu-
tiou free of debt.
Bad Country Roads.
Sarden wonds us the followito from an
address a5st so the Clareondn Parochial
toad :
We the undersigned parishioners re-
liding in the district through aobh Road
N 17 passe (Cbhapelton) desire respect-
fully to represent the exaeadllnly bad
enn4ittio into wh h the KoaB overr a
v ry go d on*) ha- been allowed to fall

* wgP 1 0. U-O8 UoIrUng O WnCRme 1tw
ar- y L-a year.. %% a 0 edtesred and
p 't to nueb mcm-rveneee In no.nk queues.
We Gale upon )OR ".tofu rs"z'Sataiv.
.a have Ih&so# di41h tepnovep d. 3v
I )-on t hyou haal. bae r ko evanIts-
ac Rd rates, w we realised tha
AI- best I DsO, yeY"eawet mss C r repair
r-64%e; bet we also r Sa mot is 4U Ye
du~y to tame q-Tw o mi4eTi 'so
S toa bae he meets a ten-w rev dt. for
i w ase d smssebi d dbbM sub s m rs.

Kyrtle Bank Hotel
BRSAKFAST ... 7.00 to 10.00 a.m.
LuNCH ...... 12.00 to .30 p.J.
Ata-P4i ... ... 3.90 to 5.0 p
DINNER ... ... 6.30 to 8.30 p.m.
To meet the conv*rience of travellers,
the following are always obt4uable after
regular boars. to order in a few minutes. '
Steaks, Cold Meats or Sand-
wiches after lunch or dinner.
Free to Guests.

On Saturday Evenings.

Thu Ui OPII1[ a
General Hardware Dealers,
Contractor to H. M. War Department.

C. Pr1' Ips a 7,
Proprietor-Telephone 397.

30 and 41 King


Russia Leather Balmoral 10O., Elastic 10s,
Rifle 12a, Military 19s, Shoes 7s.
AUl Calf and Kid and Calf Balmoral 7.,
Elastie 7., Button 91., Rif 10s.,
Military 9a., Shoe 6e.
Kid and Patent Balmoral 10.,, Blastie 10a,
Button 108., Shoe 78.
Leather, wholesale and retail and Shoe-
makeras' Spplies In general.

Ez Port Royal and For Sale, another
Large Shipmeul of Goods, namely-

Tweeds, Coatings,
Venetians, Ready-made Clothing.

Havard Shirts, 13s 6d, 15e, 18s.
Fancy Print*, Golord Muslina, Flannels,

Boots and shoes, Cautley,
A fine lot of Pen Knives to select from
Tin Cases, 6 to nest, 5e per net.
6o King Street.

4- AstoSEboua StLe I-4

Collars ..
Cuff, pair.. ...
Shirt Waists
Dress Muslin
Dreas Linen
Dress Night, plain ...
Dress Night, fancy...
Dressie Racques ...
Wrappers ...
Skirts, W te ...
sklrts. Under ...
Oorset aCoers
Obmie ...

l id
... ljd
.6d, to'Od
...6d to Od
... Sd
.. 3d
.- 6d to Im
...6d to 9d
.3d 9t
... 2d

.uJJw nw ..- *.. ou
Drawer ... d
Under Vests ... .. Id
Stoekt s ... jd
audkerobtet ... ... Id
Handkeroblefs, slk.. ... Id
Hordheld Linen per doea... I ed
bpeetal Prices for Famtiem. Frne de-
itr ly i. rer pTtatreaf te eaited,
mSee Geaer for Gable smo's Itr,
Mm. OU RTINi, SpeSltaer.dent.

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If TYo m a Ptiula
-To have your Clothes fit well

Art Tailor, 142, Tower Street.

A Wora to the Wi .

which reproduces the human voice
narllay, and is a thing of joy and pih.
irn the home.
kprtneely ift to Fiancee, Wife or
Fri ; they are the best and.eheapest,
and are to be had only of
Watchmaker and Je weller and Sole
APent for the Gramophone and
Tvpewriter, Co Ltd London.

10 & 25 Peter's L
Brass and Iron Founder, General Black-
smith, Mactinist, Cycle and Auto mobile
A new specially has been added in the
re-aastiug of Church and School Bells to
order. The following ti
*, We are glad to be able to express ou
complete satisfaction with the work done.
The renewed Bell is sweet in tone, hand-
some in appearance and substantial in
worimanship, while the price 11 as moder-
ate as we could expect. We ,~*'tnl re-
commend your firm to all owners ,t broken
bells, and advise them to send without
delay for your quotations with the assr-
ano that your establishment will turn
out work. in quality, to equal new bells
Imported nto the Island.
With thank for attention to our wiseb ,
Yours faithfully,
(Signed) RBV BAIWoN."
Baptiot Church, Ulster Spring.

Dr. S. Moore's Compound
eBloo e ft l yifgr To ic.
The Great Blood Purifier & Tonic.
T'kta PmnartAn ia m ramam d

the Mesdl Profession a a Valuable aa
Reliable Remedy for the Cure of Rhes-
mstlem, BoId Polsou, Sorotfla. Sypi 8l
Tumours, UleeUr, Sores, Kesem, Itoh,
3ruotltona, and iq'facr s verv dieatM arh.
lan from impurity of the hi, nd .d re.
qairesan aateraive. It ,tves tose and
starenh to the -v m q n- ihrofglrf
*are$ the Blood. '9/ '.r hbttle.
Maiger, Kiuns:ton Drug Depot,
0 King Street, Agent.


N. B. -Members an friend, will please
pay particular attention to the notes in
this issue.

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For Vice-Presdent for 1906 :-
W. H. Plant, 22; E. J. Parklaon, 63 ;
. G. Grueby, 7; IW. F. Jones, 13
A. A. KennedyB. A., 42; A. L. Wal.
eott, 39; T.B. 8tephenson, 13 ; J. L.
Kig, BA., 46; A. E Thompson, 17; T.
A. Aikman, 12; C. B. Oannlagham, 13.
Mr. L .G. Gruehy was declared elected.
For Treasurer :-Mrs. L E. Waleott,
93; 0. E. kyer, 113 ; A. E. Thompson,
82; L. G. Grueby, 43 T. A. Aikman,
31; A L Neita 28.
Mr Skyers was declared elected, but he
steard that be cannot assme ffic
through erenmaranoes *over witch he hba
no eotrol. it Mrs. L. E. Walcott ac-
cepts the office she will be treasurer for
For Union members of Executive:-
J. L. King, 8,A.,265 W. H. Plant,
205 ; A. A. Kennedy, B.A., 168 ; W. 0.
eesle, 31 W. F. Jones, 153; 8. C.
Thompson, 4 ; N.. F8rene, 3 ; A. L
Walcott, 270 ; A. L. Neita, 18 ; L G.

rueby, 248; E. J. Parkteon, 127 ; J.
A. Stewart. 144 ; C. D. Nelson, 49 ; A.
0. Aitcbhoso, 45 ; T. gA. Aikman, 163;
T. B. Stephenson 237.:
As Mr. Grehby was elected Vice Presi
dent, his 'name was scratched ; and the
following were declared elected ;- Mesars.
A. L. Walcott, J L King. B.A., T.
B. Stephenson, W. H. Plant, A. A.
Kennedy, B.A., and T. A. Aikman.
The next annual Conference will be held
in Kingston in the St. George's School-
room. It will commence on Monday
January slt and sill continue die.m in
diem till Thursday January 4:h.
Repreetatstires are requested to fetch
the Union book of rules the (ode At the
Eduestion Department their certficate,
and the aP al report of the Union for
it is hoped that the Conference will be
Surely atensdd.
e- chi bstnue=s of Conference will
be the affiliation of he J. U. T. with thb
National Union of Teacbers. It has been
suggested that members make a small
contribution towards this affilattio of
sums not extending one shilling.

Miss A. 8. Marvin, Lady Principal of
SbortwoAxi, has through th-. Executive in-
vited the members of Uoeiteeoce t.o i,
Garden Party at Sho twood, Ihe tnvi-
ation has been accepted, and so the visit
will take place on Wedneaday evening
January 3rd, Arrangements are being
made to seonre easy traveling, No eo-
tertainment will be held in St. George's
this year for the teachers
A paper will be read at Shortwood in-
troductory to a diseawinn on some sub-
ject of public educational interest.
Miss 8. T. Dawkin of St. Michael's
School Kinagton has been appointed for
the Buff ay branch as it representative.
We conuratulate Miss Dawkslo and hope
that sbe 'will eerve faihfully and well
1. James 4. WcKeosae Bquirelof the
United Fruit Comp a y bas .qualifed as
an Bonorary Member. We hail this
acquisttion withi delight as Mr. McKenzie
istan enthustiat in educational matter*
and a true friend of the teachers.
2. Dr. J. Robert Love has become am
Honorary member, He needs no intro.
duneto eatuer to the teachers or the pub-
He. His views on edaatto are well
known and he to a strog pporter of the
tesaher' 'sase. We have to oeegrat-I
late ourlvlorthis valuable aeqolit.
tI o ONOARY oa

followiag Sre tMe onoarary Merm-
ber for 1960
Dr. Gillie. Mis A. 8. Marvio, Rev. 8
Neas, Ri Grace the Arcbishop, Rev.
F. Bavin. Dr. 0. A. Barringtoa Arm.
strot., F. Oaudall U Bq., Dr 4dr'tn A.
iRohbtnsou, AiaroM. ,toil .t E-q J ,1
* e6,q .. I McFrf.ne E q ,.
1BihtQ.AL; tLnh.&BiO, 4E.. F., Dr. J.
Tbe a mebetrship now stands at
The meaberahip now stands &t 477;

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a gain of 187 on the previous year.
Had certain officers not been lax the
membership would have reached our
expectations. The trouble with certain
branch is that their ofioers are not
members-a most ridiculous arrangement.
The Conference of 1906 will have to wet
these matters right.
DMue e f tuhe voting papers were spo
through the wifuloness of the members
who either wrote their names on them or
gave evidence sufficient for their identify.
cation. It wa clear that this wa an at-
tempt to invalidate the election..
The Executive Meeting ameo off on the
16th inst. Seventeen member and six
visitors were present. Among other mat-
ters the report of the Union for 1905 was
read and a4optedd d arrangements were
made foran ditine.
It is with deep regret we chronicle the
death of Samuel Josiah Faeey of Naz
reth. Manchester. He was a certificated
teacher and laboured with snecess for 19
years. He was trained at Fairfield and
was a musician of no mean order. His
funeral was ver) largely attended. He
leaves a wife and seven children to moarn
their irreparable loss, To them an-d to
his other s*rrowing relatives we offer our
sincerest condolence.

Thou has all seasons f)r thine own,
O D-eth !"
General Secretary.
St. Michael's School, Kingeten.
The Affairs of Morant Bay.
The Parochial Board met thim month,
Present : Captain H E Eve, anl Mr.
J W. Williams fCbairmin a&Dn vit
Chl nmaD,) Revs. D. D Pirantfr, B A..
and A. P Watson. Messrm. J W. Mr
Lean, A E. Marcballek. W. I.Cath-art,
A Donaldson. J. F. Kelly, C. U. B.)al
and C. D. Mordecai.
Bills pased for payment totalled :271
17s 41 of which .8 Is 10d were for
The marriage road that errst-e the rut-
ter at Norrie' Estate was reportcl dancer-
one beside tbreateninT to cnt off the
supply of water to 'hat property. Mr.
A. P. Silver asked the Board to give it
speedy attention. It was found neres-
sary to telegraph the Superintendent,
who wa sick at boae, to b' oi the spot
next day at woon to act immediately nnd
be would find Mes"r McLean *n
Silvers there to boin him when theN
cold. D-spite his illness he was there
and will present plans and estimate at
ntxt Board meeting to restore the road,
it the mean time he i instructed to
spend 35 upon it. The Chairman wil;
also visit the locus in quo early.
The taxp wer" etc of Upper 4. Davld's
will not pVt the bridge at Talbot fordine
over the Yallahe for whtch they petition-
ed both the St. Andrew aWd St rhoma
Bo.rds. At least St. Thomas can do
The Suprfintendeot will confer with
Mr Bancroft on his proposal to deviate .
road through Leithb all works, which
he claims Is private pr pert v, the Board
does not admit this.
Charles Ogilvie and o hers of Cedar
Valley will not et bthe r.),d iu that dis-
trict r, paired as they iequertedf. o it is
no longer or the rehtedate
A petition from the residents of Bath
to the Governor, received from Lie lou.
Captain Taylor, I to be returned for his
signoare, after which the C'hairmorn will
tgn it on eshalf of the Proebhl 8oatd.
The prayer amJa at rettlar, o ,erhmar
done In protection that historic town
from Its enemy the P. G. River
Asitsant laspector of Poor. Anderwon,
was relieved from refunding 14/ *pett in
keeping James Bryan whom he emat ioo
the Poor Home through ahnamer-
TB V he Obairman and C0erk wl eaou.
fer wih Mr A. J. Doeb, nadiag th
propty formerly ownedby d ebmII
- Raiwaa. hie th Pear Bee

itte- will invelatl hr charge of
Ul-traatment to tbh daId pauper by em-
plPyms of the Poor Douse.
Pi eigal ezpeasem ne fewl wkh the
Bmrdt attempted to aqeat~r a cemetery
for Btth trom Rhine etate, be, which wa
ait mefly abUadonedoline to ts eest0
was aMr rd a be paItd Tere. ere thlry
o i4taoaa wt* Agenda
f Rv W. Baillie bad a Lims Light(Le
tnre on the RussoJapanese War, In the
Wesleyan Chureh. It was a success




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Agents for the A. ROOT Co.
Italian Qneens a specialty.

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It is earnestly request
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)e addressed IN FUL.

Charles OieCori
(Lte Hope Lvy Co.,)
6, Port Royal St, Kingst

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O one welcomes tae advent of
the holiday season more heart-
jiy than the sidewalk mer-
chant of the city. the street
hLtdr, or, while be seew.i to flourish
Ilke a green Pay tree all the year
rogad, at C(hrtstmas tinme he reps his
gat harvest of pennies, uletels and
4 The .barts of even the most
*aiimonious open with the approach
'et Ctristmas, and purse strings loosen
as at no other time. On every corner
and between corners tbese curbstone
MMads are anrrounded by admiring
eam purchasng dctizens, and "novel-
tit," from rubber pigs which can be
iaSated to the aite of a small balloon
ed it exhamting their airy contents
eqleal like a real porker, to elaborate
mesilm-al toys, sell like hot cakes.
very year distinct features of this

aW 1AKIE Ar woms
qer trade come to the surthee and
mre put oa the market aimultaneouasy
Ir ftk throughout the country. 1he
u Iane la which these things are
Unao w ak erte to meet the de-
-m a f M voied "barkers"
wh- opmo*y Santa Claus to the chil-
n at the cIt. MNew York Is the great
m1m, Ism- ofat the takirs, and they
tt at aet once a year to arrange
lr- Oiaevltis f a the ensuing ea~on
-ad to a tittte business In the me-
t I-s toesf.* There are several large
1f U 100t city who deal exc~lvely
vt the atdewalk peddlers, and they
s-- e olu -aos catalogues describing
MaSt artltess aultable for sale
m the Istret. Every fakir carries one
er these books, ad when he runs out
t stoek he -ems an order to his firm.
Wob IsI4ed bdy return express.
O mMeet ft the things he handle the
S~a er a a profit of 100 per ~ent
a" -aaiaIse a more than that. Ar-
U~ m-- ffor a dime are usually

r a u for a ails U105 V. .; I
00 I a M ieb for 2% cents. Oc(e-
msmiw bowe when s oGm novelt y
M~hm a ISAEd, the 6 amanUtears
ylO Sg$lee ki*stUil the fakir's profit
as aw a so soa0a hsaf
Sof d t 0 sra te Vito pcaima
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mice, kisatng bugs, lobsters ad crabs,
papler mache frogs which Jump like
the hero of Mark Twain'a famous story.
all find a ready market, while cheap
perfumery, Christmas cards and lead
soldiers are peddled in vast quantities.
Just where the fakir gets his title is
a mooted question. The real faktr.
whose habitat is India, sl a person of
relious csequmene and has nothing
to do with "takes" unless it be that he
performs wonderful tricks which owe
their succea to sleight of hand rather
than to the Infuence of the gods by
whom the fakir to protessedly actated
However, fakir is as good a name to:
the Itinerant vender as any other, and
its etymology doesn't matter much.
Some of the fakirs make enough by
their petty trade to graduate into man-
ufacturers of Chrlitmas novelties or
eveuniuto a lhig.,r due o busilnesa and.
it is well kuown that one of the
wealthiest mein of New Orleans, who
owns sugir plantations, stores and fac-
tories, once peddled shoestrings.
CarryinT his capital In his pack, the
wandering sa:lesuimn is independent to
a degree rarely equaled except by the
idle rich and Weary Willie. nl the
olden days. before the, invention of
the newsp:; >r ?n1fl the telegraph, mo-
diaeval u erchant.i traveling from pal-
ace to Ipallnee a 114frIml town to towrjy
shared witl' the tirolmaiolrs the pro-
tessiou o' dissemiaaiu n the news.

A Irw' Chrlkt-Ntas Da'&a.
Don't u. dot hurry, a't wory,
deo't fret. tirlstmau has come and
gone many times 'of will co pad B,
again. Doi't do one sinle thing, tbheg
for at eia two weks that wil )ar
r fate erettlag that it the
bdthd at pea sd a wSL-m.
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Mortality Returns.
Owion to the courtesy of Captain
Smeeton, 1.8.0, we have the figure for
life and death in Kingston. Last month
the total births were 146, 91 being illegi-
timate. Total deaths were 137.
Of the 137 deaths. 26 were registered
as having occurr-d in the Public Hos-
pital, 9jin the Lunatic Asylam, 3 in the
General Penitentiary, and 2 in the Vic
torit Jabilee hospital.
lnfaatUe DLeaee accounted for 27

A Neighbour of Ours.
President Roosevelt tells Congrase con-
emting Portu Rico that :-' I advocate
legislation which will confer American
citizenship on citizens of Porto Rico.
The harbour of 8an Jaan shold be
dredged and improved. The eleaeons na
Porto Rieo *eboad ta~te plee ever oa
)ear, and the Legislare should meet
in seNion every two years. The pro.
blems and needs of the Islaad are in*
nautrial and commerWal rather than poll-

A Question of Property.
la the matter of the estate of Mr. A.
U Gray the etr w Law was Mr. T. MI
Gray. The Adeateratwr S(iaseeat a
Trust*e for he 4bSUo. a- IS
tar ue,%- W we;i7ivmr eetibe
Kt 4 dep Af fA be hbd a rtigt toe
iorim e gv r *semnuste 5eWe solh


Mr. Ernest _Newton Leopold, who re-
sides at Cedios, Tiriidad, sends us this
communication :-' It was in 19,0 that I
hid my first attack of kidney complant.
It came on with cutting pains in 'be
back, and I think a cold was the ouee of
it. Besides these terrible pains in the
bak, I was troubled a long while with
rheumatsbm; I could hardly move, and I
got very little rest at nights. Sometime u
I was dizy and faint; my appetite was
poor, and my heart beat strangely.
I am very glad to tell you that after
using Deoa's backache kidney pills for
four das I felt relieved, and I am vrry
much better now. I will always k ep
some of Doan's pills by me in ase of need,
and I have recommended them to many
of ay friends in this neighbourhood, sev
l oi whom I trust will follow m x-
ample in using this splendid medicine.
(Signed) SIrest N. Leopold.'
Dos every cold affect the back, aeus-
ing obillmes, aaweaness, or pain? Are
tha e urary troubles, sediment, travel,
palas a th a ides and Is 1 Da ye
sfier fro m dI'satr rbeunaWs head-
ache, ne lt t sk sallow, the
flesh *iirrli a l Aby, the sight dim ?
Are A y esiAy, worried or tired out? Do
Swe *tdeprssed and hopeless ? Doan'a
eee Ie AllIs 0 se that you get Dbaa's)
do l that a kidney and bladder medicine
ian do: they mre composed oltpreroots
sad erbs that supply the worn oat kid-
ay tisses' with the constitaent parts
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MosAipidWiagoutthe eslublepoloses.
bkol r~l~rlrt a P t B aft tp aor
Whhkmsb klbey~P~ pfilsus 1f a
hem. gSy es Ibass. To by~td of
all .ehamdmdusluo drc
frae~l grprrdesr,sOh haw.MeYCiW
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PB8HOTEL ENTEPBRIbE. (By our own Correspondcnt.) JA
The Philadelphia Courant states that n- n unday 10th inst., the ktev. G. E.
*Mr. Robert 1 D. McCallum, of King- Mr. MacKenzie, Manager of Constant Henderson, M. A., of Brown's Town --
ston, Jamalcr, Brttian West Indies, pased Spring Hotel, ti up and doing in prepare preached Missionary Sermons in the p
the entrance examinations of the Phil tto for the Tourist Sesson which he ex Baptist Chapel here, orniaa and eve-I
adelpha Optical College with a ver high pects to be a record one,' For,' aay he, bin". i text at the morning service 1
men be raked second. 160 gets as early a thiss' I has them deply sprital am, ad wss listened
Mr. A W. McFarlane who has ad now. to with rapt amteetlon by the large co.
coasiderable experience in the bst dry- Some of the fixtures actually made or grations uMembled. I Lte evening be
goods houses of Kingstoa was hs wek erected for the ausseamet of the tour. pressed from 1 Tin. 1: 15. Owing to rain
offered a position with the lt s are s follows :-A children's ard the attedance at the evening services for the People. Cheap Truakb
Store 0Co. of t. Antonio, but Mr, C. party on the 30th and a awred concert on was smnal
Motta has indue d him to at. the 31st A colleoston will be taken and t 3 o'clock addresses were drtl.ered Trunks for Railway Travel
We regret to hear froi nglnd ihat .tbproosa ed* e -6s -tbe poor food at by MIds Towoss. ad, Principal of the
Mr. F. N. Marttez hbai b g pa- Halfyay XT e. On,- hle 9sth and S9tb WOtwood Bigh School, and one of her Zinc Trunks
well sinee hi arrival to that 0atry. hare uil be golf tooapettions. Oo the "Ustets ta Mey Jefrey Smith. Mi n
He is, however, a little better now, Brt of January, Booth eauie and a Cin Towtnaeod dad on Numan's Maid. Tanks for the Tourist
I to possible that onae of our att derella dance. 3rd January, dance by the (0 Kigs V) afe on the Lad with the
Sergeant Majors will be appointed to the Kingston Teois Ciat On the ,th a Fiahes(rr 0. VJ 9.) sad Mis Jefery- Cabin Trun
Gold Coast pollee at 110 a year. subscription dance, proceeds to be.divided Smith on 'iThy Kingdoa Cog.e,' (Mast. n
Mr. Ch a. Warrea, one of oar Govern equally between the charities of tshe VI 10.) In the corse of her addre Trave g Trunks
sent Printing Office s now employed in titfish y Pbreth Kagton, and doly Min biL -sid: Whiat w want is a
the office of the Shanghahillercury' fy T(At Oa si the there will be school living s legion, a religioa In the heart. Tranks made to order
foreman. The firm publ.ehes oa evena ln *r t4to ,hebtisheobers of all cay Do not begin with the theathes, but Arat
paper of foor pages and a weekly of aools oaa tievisbdi begin with Voum r Both address Trunks repaired
pages and does besides a good deal of Membes of the polo club will be In. were Baost ip, a4 especially to the
jobbing work vited to attead a GOdereak dance to many 1OIICbsL G ( 94 O Tn
Mr.D. Balfour has resumed work l celebratethe establishment of a police The Milo tVyl et. is were held o
the Potice Court Klngston. ground a oanstant Spring on te 12th I Eh d U& ia-p.. -sad in the eve. T O
The winner of the Gleaner Prize for January. On the 18th garden party a g- e s in the afternoon were JnAMAICA TRUNK FA
the Empire Poem ws Mr. A. .Niolas, and exhibition o fruit, dowers, plants PF f W e h Sev r. G. a n..
well known as a writr to onr reader. and curios nLder tha anspile of the derson, W. D.D BrIT h-"dA. G. Beetes- 29 Church Street.
His portrait appeared in our August *ap Women 8If-Relp. tlhe first fancy dree ton wae the D te t a .e te ta
element. QNat Je bof trie of bal will beTrefs fn des ton was there hsthe ____
plement. Qtte a number of friends ef ball will be gleno on Wednesday the moving, besidet Mr. Web, The eladi
the JAMAICA TIMES dildtingutabe them- 17th January. On the 20th a children's of Missions were ably advocated by the
selves in this year's Gleaner. Competi- fete and flower show also an exhibition speakers.
tions Mr. Albert J. Smith who is so of plants. On the 26th the members of The Wealeyan Harvest Thanksgiving
regular and w.looome a viitor to our col- the cricket club will be invited to a dance, Services were beid on Sunday 17tb. The
nmos woo the prize for a p.per on Em- and on the 27th it is hoped to have a preacher in the morning was the Rev
pire Day.' Mr. Wesley G timuon, our gyimKhana on the polo ground. W. T. Bailey, B. D., whose text was
valued representative at Say la-Mar won There are other schemes, such as taken from Rev. 14. 15, The afternoon
in tiow to Impruve Cricket.' Mr. horse show with trotting, riding and and evening services were conducted by
Nicholas won in the poem competition. walking competition. the Pastor of the Ohbrch, Be. W. Clarke
Mr. E. Astley Smith won in photography It is a .0.gePed that a native bab Murray. O.D., The afternoon sermon
and Mr. E. A. Dodd in Fiction. how with pries forMthe fattest and nioet ws preaehe from thel text li Ex. 16 :15.
Barrister Heater Josephe is on a trip looking baby oAn be workout i ome 'Thi is the bread which the Lord bath .
to New York by the Orinoco. w ihere t, wbld alsobe bte t great to g tin yom to eat.' Tie discourse was
Passengers for New York on the R. M. teaists so have a'.ompeati.on aopgst 6 Wtf Uy simple ad i and
S. Orioco: Mr. 8. R. Oooper, Mr. C. IMe act women as to wbah can rwry ave"y pras wa be nerted.
Hnll, Mr. R. Tbos. Mr. Tabos, Mr. a ltiasoher bead tshe 1Tast er "A ar re wthotod wi th a 02
Jack raynes, Uapt. Pa, Mr. Mess Mr. lgien ootes a Mehopplg soopetition Fea ssiat nday Ateroon to take
and Mr. McKUllop, mr. G .Dene, among thb maen oad t 4eo Irbeid. iAe the EpiToopal ohrkl on the
SMr o. a. r.br Mr. H. J. Parker. There o ld be a competition for these et 4th inst. The proceeds are the pmr- If yor hair i too a t
SMisn C. Smith, ia Dayea, Mr. Reoetr looking donkey used for market purposes. po 4of vi tr a Chrisi diamr to the barber. He8 asthei
Josephs, Mr. Brady and Mrs. Brady, Mr. 1 Por of0 I tWaU. The mebrs of t ofshears. 1fyrjl
F relleh, Mr". lan, Mr. 1. J. Bournt, Oewle MayCome Hr .... ch -. h a el to Cyoo dHieM ul
Mr .. Young, Mr. Nethani, Dr. y pidag for the oeseMl M -a bottle t e a .
Payagalan, Mr. MeEwao, Mr. J. RBikh B D. I CABL.] au t .
Mr. Bent, Mrs. Bet, Mr. Morta, Mrs. t a. A .rep Net with goods fo
Morin, Mr. Joh son, Mr. Willisam Mitn q Chicago, Dec. 13.-John Alexander th e-'oi
Thomson, Mrs. homson, Mr. W Edge, Mr. Dowle, tad -of the Christian Catholie The 1ewart Town School closed wn the.
Severns Cbarch bn gion, has given p his, sale 29th for the Chcritmas holidays.
The new Warden of she Church Colleg d ll soon leave for u of the isas We wh the TIMs a Happy Christma Is a Hair Foods
Mrh WhitWnardu ofthd Cc Sto fg o the Caribbean to remain u(nti 8p s a
^ Wthe' ,&a at St Mat hf Oue mot.f d la tis t l A SocIety Thbt It feeds the bair. The ir
Mr. Those Dbo has b elected t of the O r has been pl to Helps to Savo long d heavy bec itg
for the bt. Ann's Parochial Board. .Imp b wds of,' overs Speligr Ju4te hr 1 Va W fy t anseds.
Bans leaves the Kingston Hospital to Barnes and Deaon Alead Int our notice last week of the Vietsrt If y0ue r k turning grvy, It howsy
become D.,0. at New Port. Gr gr. Mutual BaildIat Skatety o n pag I, thus b of hsik
H be Cliford. Colonial Seretary of T i a tr iia the scad Give yeou hair this it
Trla bhao been viittag Bth G a akingt the Stranger In. graph Ao 10 forf% th r beak the wi tpkm j t t
to rtady tle manietpl ystem. a a wMb the bshabold relves aft deep, rii~ color of 'youthw rtr .
to sty t rvey, the man from St. Kltts who ps a m tmornthly for tea R en to e t.
cam ere from Wolon with 821, l b had i nd he We Re sr yw be ty
Manchioneal Matters. that, i atomlen rob him I n Kgs o. t o30. Pan, wts r n with Ayrns uyor VW p b tae
oA a aWed y Is co mmitted for trial In It phalrdru f te tl saioft
Trade n o te te and two others Johnson and acred Concrt at Weley, an d smo3ot, and preestattds a
Companies bought fruit the amst two elarqaies are also aoncsed. Ivy It t t the snds.
week* said met Harve In King St., and taking Arrangement for thit event 3 p.m.
We are having heavy showers of rain him lnat a hos cajoled him into giving Demaber 24th proadae excellent results Pmsner r.J.C.re.L.Bw.s..U.&LA.
accompanied by styaogwtaids, up 3 right ofU, threatning to ebr OanW i a tamesal that all will enjoy. Ticket
The district badly of, not bhavine di for a they did e in t. Lucia if he can be hba at the schoolroom from te h I. 1Ba
D. MO. In case of aden llnes, bbe ave trouble 21s. The K 1, M. band will play.
mot sod to Wheelereld tn miles of er
the nearest station before a medical u( of M
can be obtained, not all of the poorer Kg St., o. arrySt,
class an afford to do this cs The Bee Hive Store, -
muse t renady Dr. Kuldlna. ae Tr Taes this oppotua l of U *. th.ake&r
ed apon on Toesday the 12t. h n st. oor w hi cht have aordd im Irgtr
form a poatmortuem e the body of wra --- -h--- ..eorded ".. 1ara
Deaoon who died at 8Sandashore anddenly, tesu 190 e
also, on Saturday 16th to do the same on KP mUon n aa C uuha oh SteetMt, ianw gto .* bsTh sa tIoa whiou hae b teemBd ki
the body of a little girl who was drowned a un.t r in oater, rt b-to pl r# bae
In the river. mos btlfastmidous andrts to please eve d
The Endeavonrers of Amity Hall, Sea th r l e bed et adb
s d and LODg Road F rie d Chr The cheerful faces of our patrons have already assured us that afslS dan
come off on the 27th. roe I I wish y all
The Government -hool herel e the 0 w Mery mu ad a gt and frop
able management of Mr. I ashr. eas. V k10 on, New Year,
lad cloMd on i1st insat. On Sa a leas WILL BE A-
the Rev. 8. I. oodle oceupned the s pb1 Tmr T.t.nn,
to St. Thomos Churoh morning ad even.-
lg Mr. F. Naylor presided at the orei. rAe-at woo& Dwl
Neelerio hi. pomt. and we can only addtfhat we wish for one and all
Members of the Weloysa Churah are
basypteetiin for a Bervitce tI j I Ree to A^ *
*of fof.a the *lt A UJA UUU Z 5 10Wm Yerou sisa Mna e llas r
Fevers raging. G 167 Bl r T M


Some Disputes Settled.

(By D. W6 I. ., t ia4Bermwuda.)
The centre of interest this week has
lain away from Europe, always excepting
of coarse that terrible drama which it pro-
eesdiug to Haumia ad which we deal with
SWith the closing year the Nations are
happity elost g some of their quarrels.
Turkey having met Othe proposals of the
Powers saifatorily, the fleet of the
latter has been withdrawn. It had seized
and held the Island of Mitylene, a place
of about 600 square miles and 60,000 in-
habitants, 60 miles from the coast of
Aian Turkey, and a place, by the way,
distinguished as the birth place of' Bu n-
teg Sappho.'
France has settled her quarrel with
Venezuels, on the latter withdrawing the
offense letter to the French Minister
which was the point from which the
urrmi bung. tbro, however, *itt hae
his troubles and one of the most recent is

be fact Sas Iaiy u Isenaing a new
Minister to Venezuela Fpecially to press a
claim which was long ago acknowledged,
bat which has never been settled; and
.aso to pres a new claim.
The Powers seem about to areeto
hold the Moroccan Conference in Mdrid
Jan. 10, instead of at Algesira, where
the accommodation was too limited.
Turkey has got back' at Russia by
complaining about the disorders and mas-
eacres taking place at Tilis. She alleges
not only that Mussalman inhabitants, in
eluding Turkish en, women and children
are beg murdered without pity by the
Armansrm; bat that complaints by their
Co w to the BRsan as hortides have
been diegarded and that the latter are
atsanlly spptlyg ar to the murderers.
w uY a "NAded Brazil i this
wae. Th e u warhip 'Panthsr,
o B saere a iad sed a mea,
w eIa i stb a dmert;h, but who
wa only a Germ-.6
-wl Tl e dred military service
athe A im ra, tproteses to
sm s' very sior view of to ttoincident,
wrhIesOer ay a i the' Pather' over
d the bother action will be re-
w=_ L Brazil is a large and rich
country, seareely peopled, and with a
growing Geman settlement The Kaiser
s generally credited and the desire to
e a slie of the Country, and this In-
W-Y the la-idnt..
In sbglamd the bew Ministry s get-
prelistiaries eremonial
SMr. ChrW,b has seed
a early opportmaity of being vtoL i
s h t m*marihed oa aaotbr page.
Pr e has declared loadl that re.
Ueebeent will be t he gret fatu of
t poHeli. It thought that Parliament
wdll be dllved no the *eeod week in
.aMur7. At Leeds, Mr. BafUor has
eadea strenuous but not wholly in.
lhpt Khtdoan Battle Call. The ob-
e comes tn his reference to fieal
-umts. Addnr g 5,000 perons he ad
uldpmd the exb tem of difference within
t- ao alautnal qBnstsa. prowt-
ttuen as i frstne trade ad been a
abjeot of d1,pate inside the party prior
4.0 0 k-_www borm
The sekmao f retaliation and set oolo-
alW peoeroe mtled it his previous
ees ,aIn owise prj edle the quae-
P roteh may be right orwrong;
b*t 1I balog to that seedtios wAie s for
le Trade' Preteettlo, reotalla for
dpoa s .ad a a sl ata with the Col-
e.ato wer absuttely tuoastesnt with
ree Trade aad were not les consistent
with the ews o tbow who would like to
S te ooWatu r eturn oto the po lcy of
th U sated StS u0d otber coantrte. A
-Nral tA9if gtht be a good starting

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fairs, Lord Edmund Fitz.Maurice, with a ITEMS.
In Asia considerable anxiety bi- oe,. -trm rwarnlnes are published on the
caused by the outbreak ,f serious rn,- coat of Florida.
in Shanghai, China. The citv is one of he r'ie Hnaorris Pirliament is pro
Ports open by treaty to tbe trae of ro -ued till .)an '1th.
World. It Is a busy city of from 4 '1 There has beeL an earthquake in
to 500,i.U0 souls. The preen: nb !, Eqnador
began with a strike and adis&ati. action The Kaiser has pl-aied the Japanese by
about certain judgments given the i~ sending chrysantimums. chocolate, and
sular Courts. cigarette to the Japanese prisoners of
The Taoti here to this demand for rar pmsing through Germany on their
the dismissal of the British ass or and way to Japan.
police Inpectors, while the British Con. A seat i the New York Cttion Ex-
sal refum to yield. The foreign red- change which a year ago would have been
d murt the Conal's titca. worth 2,000 has sold for the record sum
T96- if of 141.700.
The F 05ono teo d& Asevere storm has swept the east
the aetton of teC Britts uemor oast of the States.
ia confining Chinews women primsoers in Avoamouth, Dec. 16.-The a sa Port
a foreign L Antonio aed from here to-dsy with
It has so informed the British Mtoi- the following paeengers ; -Men Bliss.
tea at Pekia who has ordered.she ttrans Carr.Orunewn, Glackgtdn, Ormway,
for of the prisoners to a native jail. IC Hugo, Martn, arks, Moseley. Moseley,
is alleged that this action of the asesor Middleton, McPshl, Mokensie, Prele,
was the same of the recent rioting. attray, Shuokburgh, White.
But behind this is the feeling against Ladles : Allhausen, Buckley, Bliss,
foreigners which every now and then child and nure, Carr, Crumewina and
shows itself tragically in China. The maid, Gluckstein. Leign, Marks. Mac
foreign warships including H. M. S. Kenzie, MacKenzie, Price, Ryan, Shuck-
DiMdeu and an American ruiser ha b hauav bkburgh, Sh-tkbargh, and
coped with the disorder by strong armed Maid, Townsend, Brimble, Grinter and
patrols. A Japanese cruiser have been child.
ordered to the port sad German troops Lord. Curzon has declined to contest
are proceeding there also, the situation the City of London at the general elec-
therefore seems well It hand, though a tin.
second riot took place a few days after The Moroccan Pretender is said to be
the fist, and the streets remained filled again in the field.
with rowdies. The store are now opens A new member of the Canal Commis-
but dread place. The foreign residents sion Is Mr. Bishop.
have been ordered by their Consuls to Dowie is now on his way to Jamaica
come to the quarter protected by the from Boston on the Admiral Dewey.
troops. It is said that the Anglican
Missionaries up country ave ordered RUSSIAI AND ER TROUBLES.
to retire from certain stations in the
The Dowager Empres bha.a ssed an -
edit that the Viceroy of Chill, Co OENERAL STRIKE PLANNED.
mander of the Chinee army, proceed to
Shanghai, nvestlgaie the disturbances, (By D. I. l Cabl).
senur the puUnshment of those Implicated Truly oppresson maketb a wise man
and impeach the civil and military offleers mad.' It ha done its work so thorough-
responsible for the maintenance of order. ly in Rusi that the attempt now to
America has had one of those enormous vejustice and berty does not oeem to
financial smashes whik so often oeer n be able to curb the violence of the en-
the 8tate. raged and maddened people. Thtpng
In Chicago, the Chicago Bank, the smem rushing towards a national oatas
Home Savings Bank and the Equtable trophe more terrible than any that has
Trust Company, al controlled by Mr. ever horrified the civillsed world. The
John Walsh of Chicago, and ta a treat Czar is said to have spoken of the evola-
measure owned by him, suspended opera tion of a nation.' Then It s a natal
ttoui They will go outof business, daws of thunder p ,el.'
Tbhe situation bas been due to the large Evidence of tbhe frightful condition of
j. .- O -.J rr-- UI<_*- (.*__* 1- -1 1- -- -L_ <--- L-- _LK F

H..i.e # ww-9om"hw
ef~-- r* @teandreforma, which Mr
was prepU 11s In e acsam mby
sad sehia would wr --
awe than

lb! Vao 1 w
Inw Veda,%& $a pwd l Iwrp At.

Company and other enterprises owner
and controlled by Mr. Walsh The la-
blitm aret eatoatedt 85,0,000. Be-
serve funds on a conervative estimate
direOtors of the two banks, a
KMr. Walah, who has turned over
proper~ to Mrs. Walsh, have
** al** d as 1,o000 Oe,
r e total Mt ets are etlmated at

diern were despateed to the Baltic prove
toes by rail, the tlnes were eat and the
troopIs isolated in mid journey. They
were attaked by the revolatioalets and
some surrendered at one. Others held
out for days, then news el them ceased-
Their fate is unknown.
SJewish asoolatio, maddened by per-
esationsW are O4ad to be plaatag oos-
tattr ee.
The Workmea's piper ahe pIshMbbbe

December 23, .905.

luri4o.p arn,-le -clartog that' while the
G ov, .- n 0- -Iho;, it own regiment
axe rlr gaij- it.
'The tI.o.en -St employs thearmy not
aganust a tureigu Lu), but to shoot down
its own people.'
Notbin. n ithe week's news is more
sianifieant and alarming than the report
of av assembly of ministers at the Czar's
palace. It is alarming because it shows
that fear shaking the minds of the
authorities. Here is the report:
The greatest surprise, was the speech
of Count Dobbensky, Master of the
Court, who heretofore had been an mn.
plaesble opponent of nversal sffrage.
The Oount said he was now convinced
that all consideration must give way to
a single interest, the salvation of the
Fatherland. Universal suffrage, he said,
should be the watch word of the people
and such a crisis the Government must
seize at the psychological moment.
An international Zionist Council is to
meet in Brasselw Jan. 29, to take action
about the persecution of Jews in Russia.
The Railway Workers are elamouring
for a general strike throughout he coun.
try, declaring that they can stop work
on every single line.
The Government repeats its announce-
ment that it will deal firmly with those
who foster disorder, but the very tele
grams that it sends ordering arrests are
"-A-a i-A I1 ,h t lC I-lmatmnhistB

A revolution is reported from Batona.
Rojestvensky has returned to Ruasia
still suffering from his wounds He re-
ceived a warm popular welcome but a cold
official one.
Thursday's cables stated 'irt a prema-
ture start had been made at Moscow
where business waB held up : that condi-
tions In the Baltic Provinces are worse :
that in the Caucasus the Tarters and Ar-
menians are fighting furiously, that a
new mutiny has broken out in Sebapto.
pol, where 1,600 soldiers have been dis-
armed, and that troops at Kharkoff have
revolted and the inhabitants are till ad.
ministering their city.

Cedar Valley.
BOG WALK-The roa in St. Catherine,
No. 38, is in a most dilapidated state.
This road so much requires attention,
that I would feel myself indifferent If I
did not bring It to the notice of the public.'
-I call the attention of the Board to the
matter and ask it not to allow things to
drift in this manner. If any ono has
blundered, he will please see to an early
The inhabitants have to pay ties as
well as those of other localities Why
art they thns treated? Are they not as
valuable in taxoaying principles.
I If my assertion be doubted, I ask the
Superintendent 'f r- als to give this one a
special call; and before he gets half way,
he will be thoroughly convinced and turn

About the Colonies.
Winston Ohurchill the lively young
U r S.r Secretary for the Colonies, has lost
ii' le time in beginning to speechify, and
those who think th- t the coming of i he
Liberals into power will bring a stronger
tendency towards self government being
grant will read the following with in-
terest ad some pleasure.
Mr. Churchill addressing the Liberal
Club in London sid! A Liberal olonial
policy of Free Trade, self-Government,
and above ll peace, were the only
methods by which it had ben found pos-
sible to reconcile the interests of demo-
racy with the responsibility of overseas
dominion, The nation, which gave with
the open hand and open heart to the col-
onies itsguardianhip of sea and land, its
credit, a great free market fully and free.
ly, king no price, driving no bargain
*elring no repayment, was the only na-
tion which had been able to preserve
through all these years loyal, prosperous
sad profitable colonies.

The Best for the Communion.
Every clergyman and minister feel, we
are sure how proper it it to bhve for the
Communion the purest and bst wine ob-
tainable. And that wine there is now
little doubt is found in the St. Angus
sine brand which is obtained here from
Mr, c. % Cody. 301 i-a Stree Ita-
vaue has beea proved by a amaerabia

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7 December 23, 90)5.


Steramship Movements.
---- -------- AV-
Admira' lt, ey, from Boaton, e2tb.
Hippolyte I, iuooi, from Philadelphia,
Orinoco, from New York, etc., 26th.
Tagus, from Routbhmptoo, 30th.
Overi, from 8S. tiago, 24th.
Silvia, from London, 28th.
Admiral Dewey, for Boston, 26th.
Bippolyte Dor)olk, for Philadelphia,
Ortioco, for Onion, etc., 28th, 4 p,m.
Tagus. lor New York, 30th.
Oei, i,.r Ssutippo, 26th.
Sibiria, for New York, 28th.
Rules for a Wife.

A friend of the 'Times' has very kind-
ly sent ou a clipping entitled as above.
The rnles are not a few, and are so excel.
lent thbt it will be a good plan to place
them before the reader a few at a time.
Here Is the first iustallment.
Let your h
ion, friend, and adviser and confidante,
that he may miss nothing at borne.
Be a careful nurse when he is ailing,
that he may never be in low spirits about
his health withoo: a serious cause.
Improve and educate yourself in every
way, that you nay enter into his par.
suits, and keep p, e with the times.
Never confide yur domestic affairs to
your female frie iiis.
Hide his faulie frjm everyone, and
back him up through every difficulty and
Never open his'letters, nor appear Inqui-
sitive in anything he does not volunteer
to tell you.
Moravian Church. Kingston.
The Love Feast which was annouseed
to be held on Sunday 2 h inst., in the
Moravian Church. has oeen postponed..
The usual Christmas Sunday BShool
Celebration will be held in the Moravian
Churel, on the night of Christma Day
at 7 p.m. There will be recitation and
singing by the bcildren, distribution of
lighted eandles, and a Christmasu Tree.
Admission is free, and friemds "are i f
vtted to be present A collection will
be taken up.
Sunday Services-9.30 Sunday School;
11 a.m. and 6 30 p.m.. Public Worship.
Christmas Day-5 a.m. Public Worship;
7 p.m. Children's Christma Celebration.
East Queen Street
Baptist Church.
To-morrow, three Christmas services
will be held in the above Church. Those
in the morning and evening will be con-
ducted by the pastor, the ev N. Prat,
MA. The service in the afternoon, comn
meaning at half past three, will be a
Yoonlj People's Service, at which carols
and other Christmas musc will be ren-
dered by the Sunday School and choir,
and a collection will be made in behalf of
the Jamaica Baptist itslionary SoeetyA,
The S.P.A.J.
*Mr. A. E, Perkins, the energete and
popular representative of Messr. Lever
Bros., has presented 1 10s.. to:the above
Society to be given in prices at the next
lorseetnd Parade in 1906. Mrs. and Mis
Boggs of Camberley, England, have also
sent their obeque from england for 82.
These ladies were here as tourtes last


is Miss Fisher who will play a violin solo.
W.O.B A. Dinner.
Subscribers are reminded that this
dinner takes place at 8 p.m. at Burke's
Waterloo KaRtauraut on the 28b inst.
The Hon H. C. Bourne. M.A., will pre-
side and about 51 it I expected will be
The Masqueraders,
The Masqueraders bhve a horse pro-
oeseion on the 26th MI 2 p.m., when it
starts from Fleet and Harbour streets.
It will pass through most of the leading
thoroughfares of the city.
Garden Party,
The s2th will witness a Garden Party
at St. Panl's, Franklin brown, for which
earefnl preparation has been made.
Teachers Mutual Society.
We direct the attention of teachers to
a meeting of the above on January 3rd at
7 am. in St. George's schoolroom
(By D W. I Cable.)
Mutiny in the RnuKian Army in Man
churia is becoming worse and worse,
Frightful events occur and at ore place
900 mutineer, were burned to death.
It is rutroured that the states offer
Franee s800,000 for the Island oi Tahtte
A Frenah cruiser is proeeding to
Shanghsa where China is aiding the
Forein Ministers in establlthine order.
Oyama has been made president of
Japsa'e Privy Council and Togo chief of
the Naval Council.
TbeChOiuese Viceroy in Shanghai bua
settled the court dispute and things are
quiet in the etty.
An attempt has been made to murder
the President of Colombia.
A storm has visited the New England
To Correspondents.
W. Km.LAxD-The aoticeyou re-
for to has. been oacelled. See to-day's
paper. Better see the gentleman himself.
C. HINCRCLIFFs, 8panath Tow.--
The Competition was not ours bat that of
the Sunday At Home,' which published
results in October. .No Colonial oun a
place, we mentioned this before twice we

-1 ,

Col. and Mrs. Raneb and eight ohildre
alonr with Mtls Patterson who aeeon-
panies them t, India sailed in the Port'
p tw te Tb, d y .,LI oth
n ber of persons down to b d,th.
goodbye, for their work here has enddr
ed them to larPg number of all iases:.!
The MIpahb'was played by the Sfvs -
tionists on the pier as the reel moved
slowly out into the stream. Many tear-
filled showed the sorrow felt by those

We direst attention to the Breaking-up
function of the 'Gem of the North'
school conducted by VJs C. 0. Covertly.
It takes place on the 96th at 7.15 at
Edmondson Hall.
Scotch Kirk.
At the Scotch Church to-morrow night
6.80, a special Xmu. Service will be held.
Mr. Graham's subject is The Music of
Religion.' The 'Order of Serviae' La
printed in fall. The choir has prepared
sne"l antbhems and airmt In, The solot


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LDgCEMMR., 1906.
11 X Mo S. p..
1 LaW QuAsT 7. am.
25 NW NooxN 10.57 p.m.
~S gg aso.
To Contract Advertisers.
Iwll peiwse note that
for snading ad-dlsal
swt nt not later than Wedws-

Ja3 aa Times,

* WIat L 5riii AND


per naa, pat tree.
3/- for six wonth, poet free.
1/6- for three months, post free.
Foreign :-
8/ per annam, post free.
ar Address eommunitetilons to
WALTz~ K. DuxI,
a. -tag tor sod Proprietor,
T. H. KMacDfl OT, Editor.
s1,. aub a o SttM, Tiartoi .
Telpbhes No. 32. Hlt'on'i Te Store.

of reedeao re
has int the-i. A
TMS t large adv
s6king for six thousand labour-

Thi was pried of before' the
Governor ppjo silad the Zone.
That procamatlon has led Mr.
--wBe~c who seat in the adver-.
tisemeat, and who represeeti the
4omMiooer, to cancel the ad.
l .o..s.mtn A msecod notice to
m *eot pears in to-day's
---. p- 8. and it must be
iig fthat no oontrsts are
tein.-i am. -a I a owerd the
thige off for te present at


-o1 1W COpjujtoi BibOp, a

-teok wtotikas to thb8-j* ie

i our was out of
it; but t another sese it might
be ard; mmw a ; tht all good
wwrt~ae s ad arei our pro-

to u,
MgleswN ase wmat we tu,
ei prov a lobg career of useful.
p eaM e IS hit first autiermo
ie al th he a o come with,
eustdm ; tho t he raled that
thiBe be utt lear to
&AN" htma ftn t-fMA. JHft

that we wil find in the new
Bishop a nature in many respects
like that of the man he succeeds;
the lovable, sterling-hearted
Bishop DOUmT. The Anglican
Church is one of the leading reli.
gious bodies in, Jamaica ; and
under Archbishop NUTTALL has
come more and more into broad.
being efforts leading to direct in-
fluence on the affairs of the gen-
ekal ounhanity in entire length
And badth of communal life;
'anfleading also towards Chris
tian unity. From its midst have
s64rted establishmipnts ik the
leacoess Home .a, c- tre for
souabd hermiating lbour and in.
Sflaues for which t.s Itsldgen.
eratlyecannot; b" o: ----

we trust to see the work proceed-
ing. There are problems and
difficulties belonging more par-
ticularly to the denomination.
Into these it is not our purpose
to enter hero and now. N\ e think
Anglicans will find in the Co-
Adjutor Bishop one who will
meet all difficulties with an able
mind, and a loyal heart.

Uader thA heading w publish
Sleer$ ytepW tisg tarmc-
uri estig not b it is
ri who bam
7aoT High School
r the writer has not

~ag besanse it displays a mind
that has been devoting careful
and conscientious thought to
affairs of the most vital import to
he country. It is significant for
its mistakes as well as its correct
conclusions, because it is typical
of what is proeeding in the
minds of thousands of our people,
located in what is conventionally
called "The Masses,". r w
nieicitel 'go0odg native
vi*p ur as
leteh WITr theatW atr r
patriots at a nobly, practical
kind. Tney lick the experience
rchi tft atfs thad factthat
many plans a4, purposes excel-
lentin theory cannot be worked
t isn pra jiti politics, hnce

NUTU1rmoA'1s suea r. OBa nwer'
tb.ss snch letters serve a good
purpose, ad whenever they are
sincere ad uaembittered they
are heartily welcome to a pl
in our -os~;ThI 4
we hop never come we the
4Jamaia Times' will thA pr act
otaewi. Urammser ad spel.
lig are excellet thi m ud
wry necessary, out the k of
them should never be allowed to
ahut out the expressly tht flow
from thought that is vitad

President RoouEVELT writes:--
If there is one tedeny of the
One ted":

day which more than any other
is unhealthy and undesirable, it
is the. tendency to defy mere
'"sma-tnesiaiaccglpanied y ar
sense of moral accountability.
We shall never make our coun-
try what it should be, until,.as,
ople we tboro;hly undentaad
*td put in -practce the doctrine
that success -s isbhorrent if ob-
nod by the saaWifoe of the fun-
mental prinaoples of morality.
he successful man, whether in
Iasiness or in politics, who has
rsen by conscienceless swindling
his neighbours, by deceit and
bicanery, by un crrapplous bold-
pss and unscrupulous cunning,
da toward society as a dan-
ntvu ildbest. The mean and
admiration which such a
Areer command among ose
bo think crookedly or not at all
makes this kind of success, per-
heps the most dangerous of all
the influences that threaten our
national life. Our standard of
public and private conduct will
never be raised to the proper
level, until we make the scoundrel
who succeeds feel the weight of a
hostile public opinion eve' more
strongly than the scoundrel who

A gentleman sat in an office
puzzlingf s head over a perplex-
ing question. He was the agent
of a benevolent society, organ-
ised to help the poor of a great
city. The trouble was this :
Thanksgiving was at hand, and
he had not money enough to do
All that he wished to do on the
coming day. He knew too many
families who lived at starving
point, to whom Thanksgiving
gave little apparent reason for
ks. He knew young men who
did not hesitate to spend twelve
dollars n a single rose. He knew
young ladies who thought tothint.
of wasting more or less dollar. a
week in caudy. Twenty five cents
would buy a s anaptos dinner
for a starving child. Many hon.
dreds of the extremely poor look-
ed to this man for one good Ala-
*t* Tb ankagiviag time. For
it day in the- year they hoped
to have enough to eat. How was
he to ;givi.,it
Suddenly three or four dirty
faes peered through the office
dwi -tilad- knoo followed.
Plve stret-boy and two some-

Htpoognisea them as
ity mission eve-
She said pleasant
what can I do

;-awered the chil.-

'0o0,oJU myS ,
ome~of the g~irl.


boy a sbore. Jiamy -fabled. l
bis ragged pocket, and slowly
produced a large handful of pen-

nies and small change.
*We fellers is a club,' said
Jimmy, with a grand air,-
'Thereirtwenlty stumstr.'
'We gals is in it, too,' inter
ruptod the girl who gave the
*We all of us and the gals,
too.' responded Jimmy. 'We
come from Cummen's Alley, and
we is a club to help Thanksgivin,'
Here's nine dollars and ninety
The agent stared at the large
vam, collected at what cost of
self-sacrifice? Only the giver
could soy.
It's for them that cant get no
dinner,' explained the little
Is it?' exclaimed the good
man. tie haidly knew whar to-
say as he glanced at the poor
clothes and shrunken cheeks of
the club,'
Yes,' said Jimmy stoutly,
there's plenty poorer than us.
mister, we is a club to help 'em.
We did'nt care if we did'nt have
a dinner two or three days. so'st
we might give reaLpoor folks one.'
How many dinners will nine
dollars and ninety cents get?'
asked a little girl, rather hungrily.
What kied of a dinner ?' in.
qired the agent, with a percep-
tible weakening in hbs voice.
,QOh tftrkey'and stuin, and-
and pudden !' cried the children
That will cost perhaps twenty.
five cents apiece,' said the- agent,
and-your money will give a fine
Thanksgiving dinner, to as many
as thirty.five hungry people. You
have done nobly children, and 1
am delighted that yon have been
so kind and thoughtful for others.'
i4be dinners were bought. The
clubb distbuted them. The
ilhM4tra firnt plan was to put a
~abage in with each dinner, the
agent sy. Bati there wen not
iabb|g-eoougb to gb around, So
they .ut each cabbage into quar-
ters, and put one piece into eaoh
bag. That slab of twenty po-
vfftyrckelC B eBhildPe worked
atil, hIfe o'clock at night on
the day before Xmas distri-
,bting thirty ive diners te peo-
,plj pooer than themselves.'
this is,a true story, and ome that
sheld eake oar easy blood tin-
gle ith something akin to shame.
GMeroelty means comparatively
nothing, unlem it is freighted
witM something of self sacrifice,
To give away an old pair of
shoes that we have no use for,
and do not want, means simply a
ktidly disposition. To give up a
hmary for a few weeks is not
8partan. But to give up what
we actually eed, to do what
the-e twenty children did, is real
generosity, genuine Christiaa
charity. If Starvton t eeds 3far
vtion, what might t ro t
*ad6 htlu, do P And whsat outlt
comfort and luxury to do ? Echo
answers- What ought !!'

M t A 1 0 A

December 23, 195

T i M 1C 8

December 23, 1906


Our Manchioneal Correspondent
p s again the need felt in-his.
district for a Resident Doctor. There
is no D.M.O, and for reasons recent.
ly given in these columns we do not
thinkit. is much practical good to
contisup to try to get a etate paid
Doctor. The policy which' has now
been begun is to relieve the Tazpay
er more and more, of the burden of
paying for Doctors But there are
many Doctors in the Island anxious
to find unoccupied ground for estab-
lishing private practice. We direct
the attention of these to Manohioneal,
and the attention of Manchioneal to
these. The district, we understand
is at present a poor one; but it will
not remain so. The first impulse of
the people, may be to declare hope-
lessly that they are too poor to pay a
Doctor, We advise them to kuivate
more self-conficence, and to look
carefully into the matter. It is not
as much the large fees that are pro-
mised to be paid as the honest and
conscientious payment of what is
agreed on that makes a practice val-
uable. If, as is sometimes the case
patients spend what money they have
on luxuries, such as drink, tobacco,
and finery, and then with exhausted
purses plead poverty, when the Doo-e
tore bill comes on they must expect
impatience on his part and they
deserve little sympathy. When our
mean are narro. aore Ua- ever
we need loresig t, andt
sound practical honest an d the
community where heq aAiti are
generally displayed will be v'i i y by
professional men and others, even
though it be poor. We hope MIa-
chionea! is a community of thb kind.
The immediate steps which-we sug-
gest might be taken or to collect
statistics as to the population, its
division into families, the sise of the
area over.Vhlch it-. read, a -apd-
proximately the number of families
who could pay doctors' .ees. It
might then be possible by some ar-
rangement for farminge' he .Dr.
among a certain number families
to get the UMdisel a&t twy ,*
district for private practice, sad if
this were done, it wealdr polably
not be difiouitS~tget.it*ie the Pa
rochial authorities or the Government
to do something to smcure his ser-
viso or that small section of the
community which onssts of the
actual paupers. alg' a Doitor
as oq readers are aware is the habit
of paying rbm reguTari y W month
eto, het her 49 i0p adA ortot.
comparativ maull sumr, on oondi-
tion that this pes., bim for atten-
dance when he is asede4.
.r j ini i. A.PPOIN E *
W 1 wlee-e*hppedpolUit ot
Mime LaitBP+larraM to be _nwea
of tbe Lunatic Asylnm,as that of a

w qusauhnee eimnUicu ww aF jss w R
importobiisdi It is hit t
bet port op, a Mwona, lMw ihn
Medical DqIartment her an wie- ,I
satisaptoryop the one hand to Ind
Stat the. llnd, pwsme i nie o
our ow dsaughtem i-aUdy*tt uiWtIi.
fied to -fil the l iio iti ftls,.
tory on the other hand to pov9
this proof that PDr. IJGa w r M.iAO
is ready to put toe Jmaiesi into
positions of trust whewaer W,,this 'i
practicable. If the appointnents he

has made are looked into, even those
who abuse him met will find them.
selves compelled to acknowledge that
he has shown a marked desire to
-makeose 1166-of efficienv-t J moans
Miss PABrrnTB is the daughter of the1
Rev, R. M. PArBrrnas Wesleyan
Minister at Olaremont. St. Ann, and
one of the most experienced and most
bonoured ministers of his Church.
Her brother the Rev. D D. PArrNTBs
I.A. is also a Wesleyan Minister,
and was one of the winners of the
Jamaica Scholarship. Miss Parnther
herself has set an example in her re-
solution in making for herself an
opening into wider opportunities of
usefulness, which should inspire other
young Jawaiea ladies. She took a
course of training in the Jubilee Hos-
pital here, and after practising for a
short time went for a further corse
of training at one of the best hospitals
in New York. She completed her
course of training successouly.

Sir- Your compositor does not
appear to be conscious of the fact,
that although a wife may be compar-
atively inexpensive she may yet be
very dear. In my article for your
Cbriatmas Number I said that a hus-
band should tell his wife, Nut that
she is very expensive but hat she is
very dear.' This came out asm Not
that she is my expensive but that she
ia mydear.' I wrote at once to cor-
f~et ti, and -ast week my correc-
tion sppearUd as Not that..ese is
vty expensive but that she is my
dear,' thus again converting my very'
inito my. Of'oourse it weou be ab-
smrd for me to say to. a man Tell
your wife, no that she is very expea
siv, but that she is my dear.' In
commercial life very expensive and
very dear are practically convertible
tertnm; but it is not so in married
\ts. A wife may be very expensive,
ltd yestmo 9-sttr atdear. And shet
may be very dear and yet not be at, all
expe se, a' A- man Asould .think
twimhbefr~e t jig hia wife tBt h she
Is vP e~B sve; but he an tell her
twise hat trab is ery dear withant
vali4g to fteik once,
*i perhaps it i my writing, and
na brsp sptitorthsA is atfator;
and tis reminds me that at one time
I tboghbt of writing- asarticle on the
mistakes that have been made, amn
the. mischief that has been caused
tnrogh illegible writing. I do nAt
wooler that.ommetmees people ake
ducks mfdesakes of my writi ftor
ocoieionalyA 4se-sbe notth QJ)
biritvyself. In. trying to And the
hidede something in your Picorial
P lN. .I,- ar toerM-e iW
paper side ways, them nrp down,,
thed lay is fit, aba bo it *t :at
armn' length, and tti and.wit it
til am all o ory ear~e.' Ba
beside al -sealothhbr atjfmp~.t I
haven se-d oeasios; called in
L .1* S -- ---LLa... .i_.. F..

W 7--- ---
ispIS letters hbaved e4*rj
fouvtand 4"rs tba it win etl
b~tt e 44t like your 0005'.ku

nsO tihse ago a RUwo m

%lmoe rwhh i th dJoWand-for
wbiih wasuest hbde. lomye~p-Ml
t ai td'I a .ta o liability.' -So aei
time aftervards the firm wrote

threatening to sue me,
that they were going to

and state
base their


claim on the fact that I had written
saying I admit th& liability.' Thus
my 'No' was converted into' the'
which would have made all the
diff .re.. between lialbility and No
And then as to Segnatures How
fearfully and wonderfully some of
these are made! I wrote a letterto
a firm in America some time ago
signing the letter with my usual sig-
nature. The reply came addressed
to CARsy 0 Kia.' And not very
long ago a gentleman in Kingston out
my signature out of the letter, pasted
it on an envelope, and then wrote the
address underneath. Thanks to the
sagacity of the Post Office authori-
ties, the letter reached me all right !
tBo-it I may be allowed to choose the
signatures of twenty gentlemen in
Jamaica. one of which should be that
of the Editor of the 'Jamaica Times.'
and if by the art of lithography the

rqaio r wuI auow tnose s"gnurMe
appear in the columns of the Times'
I will give a prizeof twenty shillings
to any one who gives the names of
the twenty gentlemen; and I will
give a second prize of fifteen shil-
lings for fifteen names, and a third
prize of ten shillings for ten niamee.
But have we not always been tuid,
Sir, that great men-ahem-- are
never good writers Or is it that
littlemen are never good decipher-
ers ?
I am, etc,
CAnex B. BaSBt.
(We aeoept Mr. Bnau'e kind offer
with pleasure.)
Ed "*Jamaica Times."


iOasonB1 bear the rep.aUton e
STORY OF Tert WEEK. "''tisi l iMTy ai_
wed, sad keeping them loag. JMa
An anonymous writer they never Ihse that ri1au .u
How Tre makes the following
is i his? statement in a letter A ooarapoodesP it.,
to the press. Whether AGood IElizbetht writes thab
or not things are quite as bad as he Example. men from hi dis&sraln
thinks they are, they are very bad who have returane
iodaed, regarding the financial con- with fair ameost-w tisey- iee
edition of thb ministers of the church Des Bs and Colon are
es. And as a country needs nothing irWgsly in the pur se d iad
mu h mats thm it ned8 Ministers at Nook. The example of tmge M l
fem piria and independem- to b' am in one tha should be, -,t
proes against vioe, to elightn re-. loed. Too ofatea te masey ba gh
ligi#se thought, and to inspire vir- bkA isu med only in pleasmrerr t.
oos eoonaduct; mad as the aople mere show.
bave on a whole n better friends -
tha the minite and the ohur hes, The renle will rea..
the present condition caot but A 4n U n-rtu ber at the O re
give deep oen to faithful patriotic at Bus mnw to I.prove F7at msa
itim The writer referred to says: | BAMr w gi ~ .t
't i dplrabe, but neverttle s -Mt Fmaxt-
woM ttt th e greater part of the time sides thathe did ei~Sted.IIL
'ONrgia of the clergy of all de. tails of hf at d rttg a .dl m
tl osa s i Jamalic, are devoid forc e -tor l4na imuMin-
to finalng their chuhes, and that i MIbea es r. Lal| r~e~se
their work is not judged so much by the oers" wiit a bi csima gaiip-
the spiritual good that they do, as by the Gova He .R .difi.
isr usooees in raising fands, and batS t himWM UWk ot alL t
oepiag their respective churobos in a dome 2(I0 damages. nuor *i
hbaltby sea fioe eanially. At present I aM as&are of his tol 0e; m*
4ey are simply the pappets o Mhr 496 for breach of seor mer ina n
bonlgalMoa, whom they ~e mt tlowig .im ao ag on ith tWhe edi
off ,ad as *tpl ~he d4r We gE thi venemietev e ."
so ti urt i dit foe a daire to atefd the petbf

**** A new pirit is being
AwrNe eLow. showU in the matter tif
applying the laws on
tbe Satute Book; and tis a spirit
ttha thoghtful citizens will welo
Hitherto, at any rate during recent
year it is become too much she 6Os*
tom in Jamaoic to have a law made.
and formerly put into operation,
but no more. For laws, especially
those relating to such matters as

by matkaigt sktwo,

peto Pity that Hision M w
have tbmb n avoided.A Iuk
'and take' deem woadere
The JI.VX Lae l

s'.The t~ta0isnOT.
1&0 ere U9
a~Lsoa cheerin, IL ia .lbcirma l u&Sh


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Spirit Lioenses, Gambling, l m
day Trade, have beae in i m
stances allowed to become
ly dead letters. But now th
seem to be acting on the oommof-
senae ideas, that if a taw exists at -
it is there to be applied. We besl
to think that MNor H. Kershaw ir
the right man for his job.

The details of the D-..
Tih De,,rarar meara Riots remoas
Riots. from our mind sft
least the pide.
that they were due to some bistakr
on the part of the Governor. Inta b
light of fuller knowledge, we must i .
ll firness say this. Indeed his eo..-
duct seems to have been wise, brav%.
and kind. The oaly point at all i.
doubt is his proclamtion of the Toma
leading to the reading of the BHi
Act." Possibly that might have barn
delayed; bt eo bets -oaf -%6 -
sat is a better ud than ourselvem
For the ret as we anticipated,
riot became serious because of tis.
ignorance, the vice, and the larina
of some of those among whom the
tension of an industrial dispute wa1
suddenly felt.
Kingston, which is sm
C'ournercial. well acquainted with
Verley and Robina'.
as its bread suppliers, has been iner-
ested o learn hat the famous oat
b6sine is about to be aused iato a
limited liability company. ~oae d
luopents ar tshe order of the daye
atd- wlowe sephA ise ei As*u-&
wiUlbe as preperous in the futa Mm
it has been in the pss. V`rley sa.


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December 23, 1906

biMe homrary members. The b hid
hades of the approaching Confer.
po> wlAbe the question of affiliation
ltl g89gatiiom, a step th t
daonlid e ti. The Edu-
v wil d btl mot with very thor.
gh discuseroe, % discussion which
however we hope will always show
the restraint and the *thoughtfulness
which the country rightly expects
Irei its teacher.

Kingston High School.
(BY A 8PsoIAL R PaBskTATaVtf .
Th fourth saneal prise ,,crtbuaton of
he KIgPston High School Iok plare at
the Gordon Ball on Monda) evening last.
the Ball wa fille to its ULiacs cai.acuAt
wth the scholar, their relative, and
taM. and other well-wishes of the
sheol. His Worsoip the Mayor and Mrs.
Talf wre among th aiemce, while on
th eoar were Mr. 3, A. H. Haggart,
lkr. B b anmd WMr. Perkita the repre
--mOi, f L ver Dre., ulad, as well
a the ember of the sebos staff Th
m hondeted by Mr. Ellis
WWit asmtnamel and during the course
4W the ev~Ig rendered a programme
whth was gre-ly appreciated.
he chair was oeeoped by Mr. Bag
art, ann the proceedings opened with the
leading of the Report by the Principal,
Mr. A. Noel Croswell. The Report
hMefly outlined the history of the school.
Founded in 1901, the school aimed at
prviding a sound education in its three
bches. the Preparatory, the Commer-
SW and the lasical. A strong point rf te
a-hol was the Shorough grounding given
to te Juniors la the Preps atory Branch.
The vthse of the Oom, ere;.a Branch
sight be realised firo the fact that all
ha boys who wet e ieavli school tbi*
1at had obtained employ eat befo e the
MIs.tof term, in answer t, ope ad er
tmm-~a n la tae Cla 4o J Braneb
--re were ared for tue Canmrtdge
leal rmamratom. Four oys passe
tae ezamiatio last year. During
t1I year MaPe Forbes wou au Agrical
mJal Sholauship at the Government
Labatory. ITh Ilhystral Culture of
he ebheel was the able hands of pr
-nser Giaveil. Ina ricket the schooll bad
wihrawn from the Jonlicr Unp Corn
petistoa, the Oemdito of thia compel.
ttem ao beine considered favc arable. A
ep had, however, been kird!v offered
by Mr. Perkina ou behalf of Lever Brao.
fTer wapetii, ad the school had been
sameses l in eapwrtig his oup. The
.*e bht for te biet 1bating average ti
Onmeaoe with th.e competition had
*em os by L. MUar.LL In the recent
SImBsitelW-p ea* the ehool took
stear--rTes had bee several changes
t M t wyar. Mr. Marshall had re-
Ir *s t laua tklag with him
"-Wm r --M r of the saff. Miis
Mrol mlaw Mrs. Marshall, Mr. Mar
piesI bad been ably killed by Mr.
.i levy, a rltmaet eholar, and a saO
.Jl--. Miss 8.I Solomon had taken
i 4t k piaee. Atter the read-
lAi by UM W EWjrk Below aie the

hnem w. L (Seadbeu); Mags-. 1.
eOla, (dIan u a);

iaril)j Brown, (Extra),

Io. ,(Ja(~. bme

H l Wthmtonra Pri rea d
jfaraBa risng) Souter So

~hI~flbrtbma a 8UWIS a)
s em es.

Mr. Haeasrt then addressed tbe boy.
Hfer reoerino in very eompiltentary
terms to Mr. rosswell'o work, he said he,
wa sorry to see the exodus of Jamaisens
to other lands. Tbhre wa a good deal
of work requiring brain and enos and
heated the habit of Jamaicane leavi
their native land for other fields. He
thought young men were in too great
aste to amass money. Socems in
We did not always mean a big Batk
anooent. A lofty ambition was what
w needed. He wanted the boys to
take away two words with them, Appli
cation' and 'Ambition.' Those tbings
would lead to suosoe. There was no
arp. way to eminence.
Perkins also made a few remarks.
and Intimated, amidst cheers, that be
would offer another cup or shield for com-
petition next year. Dr. Robinson moved
a vote of thanks to the chairman, and the
first part of the proceedings came to an
Ia the second part, soene from Dickes'
Christmas card were staged by the boys.
The yongters acquitted themselves well,
partalarly Vendryee as Fred and Free.
Aar, saad Woodward a Serweoe.
The entertainment was in every way a
ere have good reason to be pleased with
the results obtained.

Millennial Dawnism.
Sir,-As o.e of those identified with
SPresent Trth commonly called Mil-
lennial Dawnism which is not the cor
rect naCne, this being only the name of
a 6 Volumes already published, (the 7th
and last soon to be published.) I cannot
allow the paragraph which appeared in
the TIMKs of the 16th Inst., to go an
eballeo ed it is half the truth which i
worse than a whole lie. I am sorry to
know tim Tract Is being k related by a
Religious Sect.
ieei Utement Is (1) That Millennald
Dawnismt teaches *That Jesus Chrit
was not divine,' (this is eorrnet Mill
Dawn does teach this and ia iy opinlea
has profs for it: bat it does .teah
That e is divine now '-) but a orested
being of the himikt order. To the o-
thinking this at one sreads-Mlilenlal
Dawn teaches Chrisf did not co.e from
God but wa a man (betng) of the hihebt
order-notblph more nothing lees and this
slnoaeruun Iract will be quoted over and
Over again by the ignoramuns.
MiiitnDial Dawn teaches that Christ
hd not thu DiAws i atre onti ftessr-
rected, and as a reward for His Faithful.
bs to His Father's Will, His Father
imade Him a partakerof the Divine Na.
Millennial Dawabm teaches that the
Lord was an .angel beafg of the highest
order, but was not mortal for only God
was, oar Lcrd is now. He brought itUe
and mmortaly to light.
The Savioar of the World was an
angelic being of the highest order who
received immortality as a reward for
His fairhfol loyalty to His Father, and
MillenU al Dawnism teaches that Christ
is one personality and lis heavenly
FAther AIOTLi, and does not teacfi
KReder-- ead Millonnal Dawn' or
i. l a to Bible Students '--ad you my
(4ea) ;:gtmd Mr. Editor, I will send yun
I9, 6 Vola. on loan, look over any part,
rmeviteseosly sad if you don't tell me,
Well, TeBo, I never thought any man
eeaod solve ute 8riptre so reasonably,
logea l, so harmoniously,' then I ill

Spaibsh Town, 16.12.'064
(The par4rFaph r frred to wu a re.

dwtaltod eoameots, deanoiatt n, or
ariam-to, Wqe lotet Mr. Ta1oie' con.
itrdion a a tair thbng to do, bao we
have *i ted mueh of his letter which
s ermprled the eatradietion given, we
are at trutIa a diseaslon of the sIb
feet. No doubt Mr. TaBols whoUe ad
dress Isa en above wib e ready togi*.
fortber information individually on the
matter. We are sfrid fur the prteoen
we ar to. buy to avail oorsew of the
Ind er the lea of he six volume..

Recital of Xmas Music
(At St. Paul's.
The fourth annual reettal of Sacred
I *hdsat... -- tfi ^,oetiton Lwth Bt.
'aul's Church, Bedotrd Avenue took place
on I eduesday the 20th. That these re-
citalsre are appreciated, was seen from the
I Arge udienoe.
A very at trctie programme had been
prepared. Part I. consisted of a short
acred Oantas, The Boly Child,' by
Rev. Thomarn Adama. M jor Boxbargh
.* nduc ed. The orran w.s supplemented
by a a oUl orchestra which did good work,
te viol insa i parttiaila being very fine.
11 the vocal portion, the singing ofl be
poprouo recitative passage, by Meis
Porbes, calls for special mention The
work of the chorus was somewhatt an
equal, the quality of the male voicts be-
ing rather inferior to that of the female.
This was particularly evident in the bean.
tifal Carol Chorus, Sleep, Baby Sleep.'
rhe concluding Chorus 'Be Shall be
Great' was well sung, and considering the
resorees at his command, the conduct i
suceeed ad mtrably in bringag out the
maienead grandeur of the mona
T a on part tof te programme con.
slated of vocal and instrumental Solos,
mad a couple of anthems by the choir.
The outstandiLg voeal piece of the eve
niag ap undoubhtedly Miss Oover's ren-
dering of Just as I am' (Hawley). Miss
Cover is a prfAessional musician, and
therefore we came txpt ctiD much of her.
And we were not disappointed. The
piece cbosen was an admirable test, de-
manding for itH true iuttrpretation both
technical excellence and true musical feel-
ing. It was soon evident that Miss
Cover possessed both of these qualifiea-
tiom and especially the latter. We
cannot soon forget the wealth of t EproPn
sion which made the familiar words of
the old bymn assume a beauty and
pathos almost startling. The same
qatitmi of sterfng a aiclanship char-
aeterised the Violin Solo which Misr
CGov rendered later on. The piece was
Elgar's CAam de N t and this Is, as far
as we know, the firt time that a com-
p3ition of this uet Bn.isb Master has
been rendered la pai.l I in Jamaica-to
our shame be it aid Space forbids oar
dealtng in detail with the other items of
the programme It mont soffioe to say
that Mr, Noel de Montanue (who sang
magnificeutly) Mrs. R, Hmilton, Mis
Lewis, Mrs. W. H. O)rreft and Oaptain
and Mrs. Wabill all cootrlbuteo to the
enjoymeDt of the evenaw .

Make a Note of It!
that we handle the best PRU8ERVES
in the Island. Let as supply
you with some of oar
Famous Oeava JelOy
for Cliridtmas-
It Is better than any of the foreign
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tumblers at
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- Take advdatage of my experience and
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December 23, 1905



fI EM.

They Come.
The long expected tourist season is
at length actually beginning; and
visitors from the Northern Lands are
beginning to arrive in appreciable
numbers. Let us at the be ginning

resolve to get what money we can
from our well-to-do visitors, but to
do this in a way that is honest and
self respecting. Over charging is a bit
of stupidity as well as a moral fault;
and we can please our guests without
wiping the ground with our National
Institutions and opinions.

The Deaconess Schools 8
The prize distribution for these
schools took place very successfully
last Saturday at St. Georges' School-
room. The function was made as it
ever is at the Home, charming and,
interesting The report, showed an
attendance it the schools of 25. The
exercises in which the scholars took
part showed careful and intelligent
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The Archbishop presided, and among
those present were the Governor and
Lady Swett nham. The schools re.
open on the 22nd January.

The Cuncil has been dissolved,
and the dates for the election re-
arranged as follows.
Kingston, Friday January 19th.
St. Andrew, St. Thomas, Portland,
Trelawny, Hanover and Clarendon
on Monday January 22nd;
St. Mary on Tuesday January 23rd;
St. Ann, St. James, MauncheutOr
and St. Catherine, on Thursday Jan-
uary 25th;
St. Elizabeth on Friday Jaina
Westmoreland on Saturday Jan-
uary 27th.

Umbrella Drill.
This was a new feature which 'along
with the tambourine, a Xmae Tree and
stalls, helped to make attractive a little
enterttement beld on Wednesday tb,
at St. Matthew's Schoolroom. There
was a sale of work and the St. Like's
girls gave the drills and other items
charmingly The Guild represented in
this effort is directed by Mrs. White
bore, who worked hard to mecre a sue
eas. A correspondent complains that
the members of the church did not at
tend it. The Gaid at St. Matthews
whiebwas started by Mn. Whitehorne,
has now a membership of about 23.
She has taken a lot of pains with the
work sad is doing good work teaching
the girls that belong to it plain sewing.

Preparatory School,

The prize distribution took plaee on
Thursday at the eshool conducted by Mrs
Meoayden Smeth, at No. 8 Kingston Gar.
dena. Mr. J.Tillman presided,and the ftne
tion was a very pretty and sucoessful one
a special feature being, Physical Drill sad
Action Songs. Mr. rillman expressed
speeal pleasure with the drawing. The
xam results were very good, and every-
thing showed that a good term'. work
had e done, We e reglad to ote that
this excellent school shows an ioerease
in numbers,
A partioulaly pleasant feature on
Thursday wa the well laden Ohrlitma
Sm. h# tha Iltlm oa n.

We will publish the prise Itst next
School re-opens 22nd January.

The 'Gleaner': Xmas Dinner.
We have been cormielled mech ganlost
our *wa to pomtlotie nit numxtlmss our
detailed aecont of he di. ribation of the
lemner Xmas diuntr, wtch was so ad-
mirably managed by the Salvation Army.

The Kingston Home School.
A large audlene *. attended oo Tuerday
eentul to witness the clusin, exerceum
of be Kinpstoo Home iwshool. Every
eit w1a occupied, and a goodly anmb*r

o1 perskpS had to be cootbet with siod-
ina room.
Mr. Cowper, M.A., presided, and asso-
ciated with him on the platform were the
Bon. P. Setter, Mr. Barrister Crgill,
Rev. G. H. Thompson and Mr. Bonttto.
A brief, but inteeting report on the
School was read by te Chairman. A isi
well known to moat of our reader, the
Kington Home School isb oduted by
the MinS Facey. The aim b not merely
to give book-learning, bat to instil that
whh i fine and upright and honourable
in the minds of the pupil. A steady in-
erease in the number of pupils was re
ported. At the Cambridge Loal exam.
nation' last year, Mis Esther DeBoosa
gained distinctions tn general subjects.
The Chairman distributed the prses to
successful pupils. All thelforegoing part
of the function was made as brief as
poeei~s, a every ee was no, axioes e a
on to the iede. resistane--the staging




The standard of exzeltence rsebaed in
the production sof Rumple 8tiltkint,'
surpassed .the expectation of the most
sanguine. From start Ito liatsh there
was not the slightest hitch in the ar-
rangements. There was almost com-
plete absence of that shyness and an-
natural stiffness which usually charac-
terize each performances. The intellig-
ence with which each child interpreted
the allotted character, was especially
noticeable. It is a difficult matter to
single out individuals .for praise, but
there can be no doubt that Mts sBther
DeSooau displayed hstrionic abUity of a
very igh order. Her meoa w u grale-
fal a"d clever to a degree. Mis Viva
DePas took the part of Ithe Mikr's
c and .brsnMtly tMhe o the
0u., IIt was by no meas an. easy
parut bat weet-faced MI Vva was
de e qat to it. 8he was pefuw.a y
h t6roo tK. MiS B. Brbkeek
i W tt 9 rwas very oodt and
kept th audience to roars of lauahr.
The pit of Rumple Stilsekin' was
1kum by Maste S. DeSouzi and Inter.
preted splenoddly. This young gentle
man'e su a g was perhaps the cleverest
thing of the evening.
The eoetumea were brilliant and the
staging excellent. The Misses Faoey
richly deserve the congratulations wbici
wereheasped upon them at the elcAe of
the jperformanoe-a t performance which
spoke more eloqantly tbUm words of the
value of the education given at the Hume
We much regret that paee failing, we
have bad to somewhat eurtal our valued
n t .. .


R.MeQ Pw ThP ubal 0=w str

FOR NEW YORK-The R.M.S. Tegus will ail on the 30th Dember.
FOB COLON, eta--The R.M,8. Orinoco witl ssi o3 the 28th Deember.
PAsT CARGO SVIYCKB for London & favre--R.M 8. Real aboutthe 28rd Dee.

The 88. ARNO, will sal on the taste:r route on Tuesday thbe 2ad Jaeua%
taking freight and paso nger.
' he "Arno" oonneem at Kinoaton with the Mail tamers for Coloe, S.val
and West India Iland, and the Mail Steamers for New York.
Through freight to all Continental ports, except Fr-noh. will be taken for tran&
,shpme4 t at Kingston Stamped Bilts of udlng an be ob aned at tthi oitb,
argo will be reieved not later than 4 p.m. on Monday the day of sealing.
Ths steamer has aeeommodatiou for 1st class enters.
T. cONSTA.T INI, ~Lpt., gpt o

Mrs. Col. Rauch.
The Committee of the D.P.A.S. mot uND-
ysterday. Present: the Rev. W. Pruatt, -
M.A. (l the hair), tbe Revs. J. aeink lla
and Prietnal, Suiter Emily, Sttiff O ptan ) iiU. 'IArsoCIU n
Lieb, D. M. Campbell J. E. Randall, T RV
Esqe., and the Secretary. -TO ARRI
I he Seretary Mr. T. H. MacDermot, per nat & M Stas
announing the vacaney eaued by the mpr.-.
departureof Mrs..Rauh expressed warm = a rNl DN.ID
appreciation of her services and moved a "
the folowtng r heolCuto m ttee
Resolved that the Committee learns ir r C

with mSb regret that Mr. Uol. bauch
has left the eisand, directs the Seeretary
to record on the minutes ad to convey
to Mrs, Ranch its expression of ware
appreciation of her ready services as a
member of the Committee for two and a
half years, and a'so its deep regret at
losing her assistance 'n the work, and its
best wishes for her future hippiness and
This was seconded by the Chairman and
unanimously agreed to

olidAaVa AhgAri I
1ALL ON MB, and look me over when
ajJkti g you election for the S,-
romciyV AXM8A. HOLIDAYS. I want
yu to tee my big lines of Hol4ay (oods.
H'e o r-^lot everything fahbion
leltelAdi Drea Plabries and a~ms.
atwos. Allfr 0 o fovoaite sln HA rm.
Beaj. to Webr, feady to trim, and
Sailor, ia wb re d 4d lack.
Velvet 19Awer~ Comb~, MUlnery Or-
namete, Belt, Bibbons, Flowers and
Special eluters of Christmas Noveltie-;
8pangles, Tiuels, Bolly garlands. Toys.
Cards and Christmem Post Cards (th-
latest fad), and there are a hundred and
one other New and Snappy Item" too
numerous to mention, but jo-t what you
want ortbemet onu.
Come and get som of the good things
W.H. Lormma 1301 arbou Strees
S doors west of Colonial Bwan-.

S.W. Veltoh,

representative. report 13, East Stret, Kingston.
A Successful Concert. Dying and Renovating Price List.
Renovatiun Dyirg.
A concert was given in aid of the Jam- P1m nnel Suite I Sa 7s
aia Relief Asociation on Monday even- he 5. 7s
ing the 18th tnst. in the 8. An rew's C te '. 5' 7s
Kirk School room. Amonu those preoat 54 7s
were Mr. W. R Pare Manaaging Baiwr Yenatin ha' 5r*
im-Prop Q atr of te JAI TCA r Tiars Ladties' Garmentset., etc., at noderat-
and Mr. C. O. Mesey of the Firm of d. "..
0. Abraham*, Jeweller with his famous
Victor speaking Machine. w-n0. M au h { "
Mr. Driett and a xzelleut choir
contributed the sajor pert of the pro
gramme and were several times ene rd. 1nSMr mi *a U s *!
Individual numbers were given by Miss iswrted mdtr wthee Ad at ea rste e?
tSandera, Misn Smith, Miss Wilson, Mr. 6S. fr uery t f wo 0rd, and 3d. fa
Constable, Mr. Brieett and Miss IvyI swery tei w s d a .1 M
Peralto. The' Victor ramaphone w -TjTrj -Cw-a.--What o(r ?
responsible in a iat e moas for the r "qua ue 1 4 pnoes. The Pal
.uses0of1thee0il l 00--. LtUL I GoldSL. aigeta 3
A resolution of thanks to allt oneered O. L. 1 ..... .....-' s
u ,O at evetg I, -1 n
was moved at the elose by & N. Ue and wM.inm- -Rtti o as Mother' HaldI
eouded by Mr. N. bippsy or Nursery Govwmrness 1y a t
Ormur.iirga Cando OnfkI ft^&l ft^

Pirat Speech.
The Cables yesterday gave mmary
of the Prime Minslt Vs r peteh, it was
delivered at Albert Hall, London. The
govef nmeat has stoppAd the timports tet
of Otinae.to Soath tries and wt I M, ,te
this aa iue at the (GeIerl s teeoa.
I-t great ItwM ttt wBei i .iI 1trufi-
tion. Nothing was ad aboet *iae
Rule. -Much eymptby ww exV p
with the esae of ruesr meh t t.


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1 JAMAICA TIM 8 I member 23, 1946

AROUND Thi bTORES Kensington's Entertainment.
AT CHRISTMAS. Ke toa vemdr-
-" A agementa af poeror mROn at tie
,- aII WqtRRAL APERIENT WATR.L RALPH A. ADAM. tre Royal on Teiday, Jmealwr te.
Sa '.... Mr. Ralpb A. Adams, of 26 EuMtt. p1t 0
bDb just Imported & fresh lot oftY. Victor Andre asf lcomla ploed
ma e rs e ia .need of repair canot lom the dposl the Club, ad
Sbett ers tae eonst Mr. Ad Arop ho n as with all the chief leading features of h
Stter i tole e o ula t0o Aedum, who is performel ce. r several other atract~ os
fe IYL5 Co!PLA OBE &C. aod biccle repairer. Mr. 'Adsws ia ad- by loel amateurs will be introduced thus
S"Y NA bE^" ditton undertakes to build a bicycle 0i "kiDE up o s of the Bnest performances
TG VINNA MEDICAL PRESS" *AvT:- er offrd sl a aweLko Locl dnertateo
JURY&O Jaano may be regarded as a speoCifc for obesiW Se#oral ilna v ty entertih tsea
um 2 L NLNES. have ttken the matter up ed we will
&awia D .- wio-egl 4esrmsfSful bffrbrsakfast, ethAr spu or diluted wit havehe plesure of welcomlqgt4m on
m ir qoun',ily of hot or cold watr. The Pioprietor of Cheodlcal Hall, Mr, the stage sonre mof.
i *' ho namee "eyaw J ," tLX L ni dh te aul U r Lon Nunes has gained a reputation The Box pMln for the performance
nLMo- sAie ,S IbJ UULa. la tML leedsee, amtes t ao" Cesfmo isa "hustler" atd a Ike ba l. ope lnel Me a Rolla & Coceilga s -.
e .e moa, and well he de.rrves it for hsl tablishment on Weduesdav the 27th inst.,
.senary Is surpritsig. 'Ihrouaout the dt0 o'eIoek Prim s f dmislon :-
whole year be pae strict atteon to his Dress Circle or Piquette, 1/6.
busisa soad I al wsys on the lookout for Zo llory, 1e/
RA Tie e brgan Iw his customers ai sare, C ldroe toany part of e hBous. ia/.
RE( TRKA [TION OF II S but itisaiLmfiieLWodw
nb it is Oa t bim e tim. A t nicrt alone s ale at the fotlowin
Si hopp s n Loret an e. stbllshmets Ba9,1o & COebey, th or
Form A.--Application to bring Lands under the Registra- s r d eo la tiOTrl h. and eirt be obtn from any ,Imemer othe
tm of Titles Law, 21 of 1888. Isoai for Xmas present. The store Cl
WIUM9A SLbs sawe t YartU osdoo below has appttied to hae *am# fr to n itoseis wot vutilatsed an"d e bespeak* bu mper hom tohe in-t
-'efapsMia described brought aoder the Restratton of Titles Law--No. 1 eMmotdleuo and witth a staff of live a terente of sport.
S ea po ant1 p V e to azette tes,
T s for |M LaU nRmd, and having ted that pae ycftio _w same be ad* which to shop. Among the good
S seSpii below, and thbt Notice be served on the It ons in posession, charg bt Ns to be obtiaied here re swet Colonel Kitchener ha resigned his com.
t. t wni the a join Land. meat of every make, perfumery, mission a J. P.
Sants Clans stockings, ham, caned Mr. F. R. Ward of Walker's Wood, St.
r Is id bord to Notify all personalng any interest in or claim agast goods, pickle., and all tbe thousand ad Ann, is appointed J. P.
4w im Lendws mmtioaed below that In cae no Caveat forbidding the Registratilo one things that go to make people happy The Rev. Q. R. Noble, Presbyteria.
d ae Tl to m y of thesaid Lands be reef ved by me on or before the expiratlo of at this season of the year. Mount Zion i appointed M O.
". paed limited for lodging Caveats respecting ny parcel of Land described Jamaica alone sands oat ofthe new
n I shall proceed by Law d-eted, to bring such Lands under the opera AT KINKEAD'S. Jaaia ralne sand6s adopted b the
Ioa .fthe o*fa( L~w. BH. F. POUYAT, Besatrar of TUM4. B W. L nddO, and G aoia p.
N.B --Forns of Caveat may be had on application at the Offioe of the Titles The display at tbis well known resort The following School-m aagers are In
a. e rf bieora. of shoppers as well worth seeing. The in want of teaehera: Old Harbour Bay,
c-ceiling is festooned with Japase ln- Rev. 0. H. SwHby ; Old Harbour; Litte,
add an artistie icfeet to the a.read ebll T -h uMarntioned school teachers
5 bi sed appear eso of the Store that la want of employment Lillan
S P 0 P T Y. -n m n wrealyl pdean to the eye. The show OCmpbell (R. T.). c/o Rev. J. Harpe.. 8.
Sm pftMrrt. aseas a e ul 01 nice things nad it would J., Kintstoa; Thomas Rihard Bdaiey
.9be- reaL dhyuS l foroQU is 2 hot& (P)AplR.PA., if North PwaeKtaUgoa .
13 1Ji pen wmt fre lover, weethear t father or La- Noverber, we number of ottle
o0 .0bm oh o o the hi't e ols nost d to slaughtered in Jamaica was 1,281 aga net
___________________^ lpes jut the thing.' T1e W 1,14t forthecameamoath lst yW.
.t fi-t D- c-amber, 1906 pt t i well stocked mand 1r1 a .oawmoth mid tro
.,a, dAugro--- A that ptel or par of d + *r ae brm n made to meet the reas t d- The Canadian' Xmas Number.
wnia.s of th -it ate inU t Porih of Ma heser, arud expected for the u sal suppis for
P.h of naftbde aintiDitng by rvT y 4 acrm an theb Ohrta e dinner table, saeh as Sarwb illutrrtion oeg ot distingih
OW. J]uP w a. s bntting appeo a by the plan there ham, raisino, crronts, etc. the Xmas Nun, br of the 'Canadian
at lisib f anaxUed to identure of vey- -- Mawa ., Mv ofthese approprately
wL ms* ol wif't th 8th dad te of Febaru j A PEEP AT RIRKBECK'S. deal with the Life of or Lord. Besides
ot e said Ja w 1897, made between homAe Web the usual fiction and general artiles we-
A* ustan ilAt htm Lherpin described of rbe one ipar' A visit to Oscar Birbeck's Store will may mention two contributions as of
wi James Auulstus Williarm ar. well repay the purcba.er. This firm ha special interest to ns. One deals with
S-ily Elabfh Williams of tb. always made it a point to import only Imperial Organizatio and the other with
S ,,r ll rer-hed ol the i slan. of tb goods of the hbhest quality, and they that of Lord Elgin who was one Gov-
R- Bor Otfi Libro New Serke Itl have ha for many yearn some French eoor of J maica and who was father of
i -4 And l-o a tt 1 in o rfumery and eonleetiona ry the present eretary of State for the
of landi ttae oi the ab7d PAarid 0 which are exeeeioe glyattractive to those Colonies.,
SMlamunour ots atin by sarvry 4 ; who purchase oaly the best of everythlbngfr .
Sad tt Itt a they statk a Wu o nPP 1 R M.S. Entrprzo.
e acrs ad butti* as appears by ae I wine toothey toekalarg wt.. eree.
la threof annexed to Indetur I of th beet French vintaea ad g,
o Co esfaate dated tb Ferar all ohberles ae beeo made thoroughly he T rinidad report mentions the fol
S1107/ mods betawe t he Tom s up- tos-datad ry to reeord tt the
Webb of th one p rts asod the alAI u actrory to record that the
James Agusttus ie'liams a a d A LOOK IN AT MCKArS, defunct Symlngton Fruit Syndicate has
Jm Ag Wtus iau o as a been taken up by a subsldlary eomipan
o.r lr-. reawaled to tbe llan The Kingston Drug Depot ainee t ndr the auspices of the Royal M
Ioe, Libra, N,- i 12 ~removal has xperleed & large increase Company to whom the guaautee given
Flio 37, se. a drid cxupt ti w 12 In buds% WLh is owing largely to the et year to these eyndieats will be trais
Srs o r. ietove .lla dt mthe t ferried, and there Is good reason to be-

Jba D&l. b7,0 tby % ates moem e Mr. 3gbw j, be established with the mother country.
... .. .... MeKa. A tloof the frooT St. Ann's Finances.
.. Biii P Al tIntow sor pareel So i to 3 ha jA *.. ,, a part of Torriugto, iudsmw kn ow fi dto And all the~ Wo `ta thOe *1ha of At tbe last mnefln of the Board the
t in B. as N.$, Plaec Gefrard situateI in oSSHIt Ol L? p S sestImates wr prepaed for the tooeie
of^ Hdt1the s Prf5li of Kingson, oatte | S winc Ehte LEi 'PO51'I year and It was decided to recommend
-C~ L, ...... Irmapt to'Ctbt Ioth 10 Itl Iit mats 0.1 4. ad wuz form very ac that the general parish rate be Axed at
lra -ad from North bo South JcO feet an. A Chstmas pre-st to the head Lt l^ nt evry 10 gross value ed that tie
ibs 5aatei J ifromEat to West 0 feet eM tt he hea a .. t__ -- _.
wi t :r me more or ta aod tng a I a a P Road Bate be fied at Id.n every
d srm 8 boundingg oo sa treo called PI u a..- --.B 9 Ies0 ta a&OO UawEIYld I Where Did TheyOet It. Pear Tree Grove.

i; tmy SmS ha *t now 0 C. P 1, (l 0.V !.u C.r. Co.) Te wethe wbih hau been unually
.Dnum, ant Wes h lanJrmerly a: San meino ee.-"1 T, t_ a r has changed. Rain is oontinually
:lflt Bedford but d-ow of ., B .-f,_-, .g a-- .e --- a
R .ome a pies o .- *e e of Ull wi rllw than was antiated. Duel
I au ,&, NU,,...,er, 1vos. I 4, I 4b ich.,. .. .. .. a nes is uilead. Fruits v-er- sare and puc..-
.dA All that pl es ourrll of Land I wa pOieduS o low. The outloo. for Christmas. s very
55'a--11 at < Saint Mary, Containlop bv 't '1 < PWfi 4 A^ 5AaPr *^ JW. ^ ., --- .
Snj-far- Imatsion 5 rers, mwe or (r S .h emian I The tMt f ap et e OPr I,. Dr.M l I, WB Portland,

0mb.. ~~ ~ lwdea bgp5me toh a Chehema r"wh beat
A 1 -sofa& ch b io hs 01 te dhr b
r4a~k~Y ~$hU'P~rl hirt sag M~abgsr V~o~ comel akr wP.

December 23, 19M JAMAICA TIME 8.

s.as. .ow-s on w e were a i do
I1U l lower pilee sthem.. I4 4IAm di a" m MS
not know If yes me W1 tried to
S' LOh yes, we uadersned.') And now it sraPmull,
I R i tc ber right, another onipltat yo A he Mg fbhei i-
-------- ma~~~~-lds! to mie w"c "k 704 -wete pawd thaw O" C~lkcd tei maM ai jfll

amehor so sa*s seftrdig 0h imte -6 sae
Governor's Conduct Brave and Kind. yea wore. t l R
'' ----- -- il~~~~~Yo.) Woiniit ownlli I my toin YO~ .A rSC Mt~HU MMAtfi7
By the vrlval of a Dmerara cxebage, the aggrede. The clerk d wharf. de Jonege I think It wW, t rMight Vws oppal tht Me
we have beeg placed possastio of de- gr dened this aarse. They aiee4 1' say f4 r certain. (Load shouts : That eSteuly
tails cooeu I t6 t i* fmlts!. We that did Inha so amer e mow Thht pla ce! That isee mat- gle sar nr a-0
S have our a t IThe *eceht toports oalt a mir piitt Mid preteen man 1) They th or and iepeat est
supplied by tha& most reliable paper tbo entrance to r h a all the year yYous have alway paid sq "
DaV jhotnick. orda totA trf to t to t ttitt for brotiawday. Now that aboet 8 a.. a a6mber ef be-a.
The ictl disturbauses extended over 'ot, atd itaWi to eLIeieo and I haye ye what 7ay akid, I will f iU to !o tepM r
these days Nov. 29th and 80th. DIc. lst fi 1telm rot the r's property k ask me. let them kpow year a amwer. 'M1aWT
and 28, The most serious events oear- ad iadhafi i* that they aried lbes- It was eUpalae4 alo by lsapeetor ran Steet.'
edon the lat. selves with d1tasebi beiag entirely o that o; one or two in osea non1d 6 t 30h. Friday I6ga p
The next part of the tragedy was the the defeaislv, etees an hour was order to get a a iadt was amn dr
sequel lpped by the arrival of the Al to what fefloed aext there cold steamers despatched, hut thisw eea the orMat or o B 7
warships, before which however local be no doubt Rage stones were hburled not be expected regularly, the merehata there were hatob1
authorities ha t ffeeuve4y got the betees 0 those of Noe fitrs employes who bad said. try frhe W tse
of the outbreak '4 disorder. where in the'bsa"aent of the retes. Nothing very defilete cme of this the preNoWs eaveniau peopl.
There after began the enq dries and A e*oduw was broken, ao the pal drowd retiraig after it was ovrw to sew at this 06 6 I aMsIi
trials relating to the event and to the wharfinr, Mr. Cauha, peeved a b y Water Street which wethroughout l pecetowhisk woII u aed waxM
partiolpators therein. blow frto a stone which one of the the trbled days o f the fou a te bagf
thse soee of the urbanaee was Gerge- rgwikers ba" tbrow. A a6 f at.ftrae.a of tieww
town and its suburbs, a city with a popu- serae 'wiithtbe p follow, t
--- io g al -pol that distlaet evidences of 4110rd1r 1 ddl ip
ston, There was b. ae disturbance. bat to make the crowd move away. byi riot began to pear. IAt e If respreMse wam
not if a serious kind, on one or two threats the eda eedu all the porter tenace 0tore the crowd feeed n eatry t, started wvk w dpae'i A9
plantations. engatged b6t the arge rhrbes to stop the wharf, part of the rioters tat fir the-
In Geoigpt.-wo the large body of men work. 'The as. a. alybia was lyin t the tion of life ad Propaty dvar usgs
employed iu wb rf work after a season of 8Soaie if the crowd forced their way into wharf with a large gang of labouen, Lth were fired at Rbaeir the seAl beag
discontent coucrnaing their pay struck one wbart to a ship where they thought men and women, on board, against whom that soon aftUerward a cart ws- e een
work. These strikes formed tbe nuctenas laborers were at work There they the spleen of the strikers was directed, passing through the city with four per-
round whieb there gitbered a large armob w.shed to stop. At the end of the wharf As good fortune would have It, the ship sons lying in it who were in tmery betag
of the utterly worthless, ignorant. vicious, however, they found themselves like ratea was about six or eight feet from the taken to the Colonial Hospital to see
and especially a band of depraved and in a trap There were no laborers at wharf, and grasping the situation the if their lies could be spared. Unfor.
disola e women. An element it was work on the Roma for them to molest, aod officers ordered the stage leading ashore to tanately al were notfIh.tly womadesd.
that speedily distorted the movement the police were closieo on them from the be withdrawn and "ua cat of approach toenibly it was a6pppnd md
into one of vi-lence and disorder. street. Like a flock of frightened beep to the vessel. 1hoswitstMadbg is, tha e ulaht of the wWOpdeoM
The srikers the usielves may or Imay they seampered to the side of the some of the strike contrived to gain the a salutary Joi f Mist Athers, bte i
not have beeu asking for what was praeti But they eold go no further. At length maIn deck, bat thee were too few to resltwasjMit was pm
cable, buas they at any rate were workers a nimble youth soght safely by lepg work a m and they were peedly rally
who sinooerely believed they had a griev- six feet or so from the feoder of the fired on .' town LeMiy a111
ance and who started t? try and get it wharf to the rail of the steamer, mad his Meturanling from this enscapade the mob the crowds W l W.I V.
redressed In a manner that was perfeetly elder followed Iie example and warnedd i- tbhi pleOeM i-aTh ere war a ti ae wa k ed hemnM WM w M.
legitimate, itf seot the wisems. It was the on the steamer's desk, running towards sar in the store paed to a height eof weot of Ie #aOWss Vas
roughs4uafers,' oentipedes,' and harlots the afterpart of the sip. Thereafter it about lftoea fee4ian a& blelx Utla y W le*
who prelpitated violence, No dosbila in ow eof jumping aoe again, evy twhe mb elmheef ad daaegd, smS1 wer
the end many of the strikers proper asaoe himrelf. fig reaee the had eme wag ei t Havin g a
S were dragged into disorder, but they wht xf itafety they were diaed arigh Aety ft ayowbepper. 'It was Vwek lA
^esast nothing of the sort at the start. the store, and fialy escaped to their Atthe stat of oe m da. Tday, emh ef | l Iu
T Xhe bitfth MseAW their deftmands tiu : asoeiates In Water Street by i1mbiA moba ordered a p ae s named Y aeogetowasnd t ha-
*First that the aocreme of wages to shelter skelter over the big gate on the who had be employer a ee l etad mad; but whea the as
16 events an hour referred only to buys; north aide of the firma chief office. time by the firm, to down m s trek celoalated trb llO4 had,
the men demanded 94 center an hour, and At the start the rioters had ftbe idea and clear oat, which the man deliaed to less plucky too tW e b
when it was suggested that this would that the police were in sympathy with do, whereapon he was struck most brat- Iodtheir esecaie 'aS Ote
bring a labourer 's daily wage to about them and for a time treated them with ally on the mouth, one tooth being Newmarket, Murray, ale chek,
$2, they said they realized that the figure marked politeness, in many cases talk knocked out and several others renderedA North obb, Regent and Charlotte
was high, but they thought it fair never- charge of their bycicles when these slack. Tne asond time the same ore Iee e h
theless, as the shipping firm who em- to be left and guarding them faithfully, was rushed into the people fdroe (etak &rikdamh &at d --
ployed them and owed them a lot of But gradually they realtsed that the pollee way up a stairway hem te wharf, where Satreets, bt havit g gaaed th ste aMle
'back-pay,' meaning, .as they explained, wete quite resolved to do their dauty awd t"ey encountered a le* who was empeted of Camp Straet, they rallied, ea or theO
that they had been underpaid for a nuam. then the atkiads changed. But through- to be a labeurer adMinag. He Wo fag p e of fatrtag bat to ake her
her of years. It was stated farther that out the whole affair there were =e dowatairs with bus scant ereomet As where M
they were frequently treated unjustly by othoger for whom the cowdi &- thehead of the stairway in qteso, the Coewdtsi
their employers, from whom they accept- played n'ot only liking, bt confidence crowd was stopped by some of she eleri N a ae a e l ft ekes mea neoK,
ed work to find that they were only re notably was this the ease with lUa. aD Mr. ,iocle jar., who was reghly v eylia in whete 0peop w b
quired for a very short time, and ease Kerr, whom while doing his dty firmly haldad I stated to have b ea" i a m'seyd te 1 heas I* s
had repeatedly occurred when both men and well, ooeeded also by common cowardly blow as the head. Be pointed bslines. Granafy ths mebs wht
and I oy had refusoed employment with sense. tact, sad a happy manner In ouat that the store was private property, their ay Wer
one firm and accepted it from another moderating the passeionas of the people, which he had a ght to dfend from tn. vaatees ch antd alI the.-
firm to discover that they would only gt ie seems to a the hero of the oeoaoion truslon, and raela at one of his assalU- selves b MspMiti a e elu.
1 three cents for half an-hour. It was tM just the sort of man we should say to ant e hkked a i M n the orthodox ma* Oaset law esi Iag 1 eaai
practice of paying them by the hour thabt have a police inspector to these latitudes. noer Word was the p the a ia which was the
had caused them now to demand payment No doaht his excellent conduct will not street that a strIker had b the o a,- k a-agNt Seet r
by the hoer as an 4aereased rate. They belost sighter kii treated and addita to the crowd Street, bat the o ahbma mad N gq*e
stated also that men were often rated as The crowd on the other hand jastly or already in the sore followed, but 4ethig ft s |hoaee ald mteing msae ess-
boe. anjustly was greatly ified was d me to point oat to l. happemel than the 4itng o a l pasnm-
The position on the 29th is described an Coloel ashiageon. tbe Isa, da bter atehla aeted wrongly-ery m ar aof prom to l B- BOO
follows: playing absolate ferocity ashim at tdeed, ia kkng a bigger as iala.'
Water Strest was paraded by hundreds a later stgewhen lbe h ad 4n wa. A etetmined by the wowd toe.
of strikers; yesterday the number was vowed as e mroe to h-I. When Theor eleed with the exception of paat
swollen Into thousands, the majority of sold that h had oe entippd day was promptly lntatded. *" oo4 alt i
whom had never worked on a whar(, bus he weald be ppaeaed a ettr taqedry they *B ey the paster, Mr. 8aat** aad eader Ce*ooel Laitin ea, eM ared ea
had j ataed la the strike for want of some* professed h etu(s!i dlre to see alm pat Er. ?*ira, Imamediately pramised to the people, who wee then riotiag i the
thing better to do. Hundreds of women so doeah at ones, Rive aa faerease in waged when It bicaqie diteeioun the ?uhlie a ldamObe
too had associated the selves with she Oae o1 the events o the 30th was an to eorptoy hajiJe labour, aad andby tbe name of Aueher,' a ter,
strikers, and to a loud-moothed mainer auseably as the Parade Who the d.* oa thirarase themob leit, was *urok dows dead, satafterwards re*
ahouted the latter.' grievances. monatratloo begau, Ina. Kerr had a quie shohttag a what they remkoabl wat a wosel s y trk hpital easelaree* .
* To continue the story on the 30th. 54k wLh the men and advteil to great teltory of tabsr over eaaoedl There amv aldo a ctyog ispih oaiae
*At an early time large crowds of sry and arrage ktags peaeseaMy. Sb A edagg eweoler? e were Street. Gae he hote wae tae.
grab lng men intermixed with women o tired if woald state taeer .lafes Mastel by i e cewd winded more r
of the entrances to all the large wharves so them and from them to b aie s keak a a te ba a Inna red thell, aad thi pe te la, theay .
from La Penitence Store to Messrs. de reply so the people to haterm i ady goderiag efl Meer teg e After hfce etests el s ke.
Jonge & Smith's wharf. The latter store some theoeanal dss *Mamed e p.ed. s a.. al toe a tlui ala er ea'd
was the scene of the first disturb mee of Parade gadless fo herse bak tMd ti la Mero de seetarl
any laapeorsaee. The strikers to a man them as teal i*s s Mi j Geeretewsoa thedMo tn t, ead
asserted that a gan we pointed 't theta Yea g lhth I l, aM. me e Ma l-
by one of the employees; and la adi sellag yea thathy si .y aa
tionsome .1 the men elsimel that sh*p ~the ease t-
were waiso- -ettsai as tie. seejni ijin- -o-
and pkce with a sevelver, aq further n ge
that qube a3sasr ofth It's itabs- as
ploys,. wish .utases, ..smei

''~ !e''r)2I *

I JA MAICA TI ME e. December 23, 190.

Thinking of Mother Jamaica. THE MINuiv 4 r OPLt. year p.r., bershan., trsa de.. and
S---- pleas your prpI, to as to givq -work
U E TEACHER INAFKICA. I DLBNELSS THl. El %%ND fairly si :bvob, the lWand. A w to
OF MISCBIEF." compel e.cry litz and idle hand) to work.
AAdP good i vin:. wav4es to ever, one as he
dro' that I have lefs W rrf nce the -falr Education is car Country's deserve. then crime will die out, while
first of July I have bee traasterr d greatest oeed to d.y, both religious and money is circulated.
about a good deal and now I am here agrieelttral. Too subject now is the I *o, etC.
where I hope they will let me remaln till age limit, when children enter school at CULTIVATOR.
jD e byite l is time for vse to come home. being aeven and leave at fourteen, they do not
Akassa on a map yon wold be led to oet eight fall years teaching; tey say Collington and Around.
believe that it is a large town. Not so. eight but It Is not eight jeart in fall. -
It is scarcely what one would call a town They are only getting four years, two The friends are looking around with
but imply a populous district at that hundred and twelve yday in which they osrn ess for a bright ad lively Xmas.
aEOt 4s. 3d. mouth of the Niger known as the Nien attend. We have 9 Fridays, 52 Satur The aboir have been practising for a Ja-
ONE BOX at its. d. R r, The larger and mo important day, 52 uandays, that are days when vene Missionary meeting to ome off on
monut is the Forcaloe River. Akasa is, snbool is not opened. This shortens the the 1st, but it h been postponed till
Special prices offered to dealers on however, important au the Marine head- Lime for attending by three years, one the new year.
quarters of tie Gevernment of Bouthern hundred and fifty three days out of the I have much pleasure in saying that the
gerIa. It has a splendid foundry and eight years given for Instruction. The road leading from Dawklns Rver Bridge
PPis a dockyard. child only attend four years, two hun- through thibts district which was in a very
There is only one training depot here drd and twelve days in t time allow bd condition has been worked since Mon

Onen ,I hd~l e r sx weeks. This Compa~un.olmlee at sixteen, hen d Fi showers of rain nearly every day.

86, Hror Street has thy Protectorate adnopoly, of ta great n hey wilhe et re t re tfull eht yr r st s. per load ns. I ao give
trade o the West Coast d school at foreen, and the child e to atten mricket season s now a t andmpre. A

*r I believe that in the near ausre there th"t we have Bo much petty thieving as A next match is expected soon.
enwil y be a rood demi and pfor Jame ca veryoo ladies brig wat. Idlee, tat tuart b

mater both o the part of thbie hGovern- band iof m iclef e toan th p o-daye. Siloah d of Hop e CricketS.
TSHE poles meno D and the Mi ionwry Societtea work te i far better to pay for edtcathon onr
in to Jma. i coa bu those who coth e will evand tn to feEducation in l itson The b8.atsmen for thesuessful tem were:
Jamle a io s 18who, t ome here for the or will be a dead aletteriultur 8ck T. Fearoo, Captain ; E. Neville, GeT.
COMPANY., Limited. which Governmens about the same distance from ea labse, nt days muhardt for them to be onsdered Ross, B. Grahaee, A. Mllnegor, F. Mpreachell,
EnCases and Ti gland, and a connuation to seventeen, a when Cha yorle Fearon, who made top score 16,
Spenie I ame at 100 bat I woldhild leave school at fourteen he can ot W. chambers, McKenzie, J B. Price,
68, ae at y a., K S. Southern Ni geria tiay present rene. awvery do much to hen living. This oe mis a and Sam Williams. These men won in
d izes wealthy Protectorate and has a great fu- plake, when ch ildren are turned out of the first innings by 25 runs. I lsfro give
r fo. I wa verypleaed with the school at fourteen, and this Is the reason t redit to Mr. A. Anderson the Umpire.
S pared oI believe that n the near future there that we have o much petty thieving fall A nex match is expected soon.
B e kx'S will be a good demand for Jamrtic& rchoc)- laziness brings want. Idleness is the
PV mastVer both on the part of the Govern- band of mischief to our Island t-day. Siloah Sonpphengs.
Supplies. me aro nd the Missionary Societies work t is far better to pay for education on
aug here. Of cour J those who come wTil a sound bas ta one to feed them in prison. The S. S. Anniversary at the R. tre.
We ell Honey Barrels, find very rough ane d expensJama i have. J a- As regards to payment of fesapply that s, en Church of otland, w t o suo.e-
Honey Br M manager. males teachers who eome here for the or wil be a dead letter to the pooer cessfully on the 10th and Ilth. Bev. T.
Government hold t t at 12mber 0 a classnot no t is to man anrd for wife to keep the D. Maee of Mot Bay prehe
aes and Tins. year to be with for living s very x- child wth food and clothes what di you The lemons impressed were Interesting,
return except k get substantially -ore .o peen e. Yaws to Um wot troublesome Harvast Festiva Gen Stuart
ses to order. You August Number wan an sassiet omplait for keeping children out of of with success on the th. The friends

AT TBE n not grow enoIgh of toodata1. to supply 'the Ipoor m -n; secon, o. who ios abl to a re n en..u
production. I was very plesed w ore the school I sugge rt tax for dutio to of this place are busy in preparing for a
we -now pared to SI upplement and brief rsketh of seeess- suit the money that Is needed to full up Servioe of Song which is to takes place
WV POJRViS UeF ALLgrown we wIam also balesed t dolt tAbis, put a tax on every man and wmhae on the 24th,

Better thaa depending apon root erop6. 3* e. Ee *** id thein s oElambers on,he27te
Se for Rome Coe toi a a good deal of ri om th of twenty upwards who D I B n--t Eden Villaa on athe th

eowfl J &row, w7 aSdockbolfrs Ih flrove every word of Umis tt
dPr.oe ws fi Jand a e aroad, hrave mi neGtr pa any money to the keve anueof oue t o, 190oue. the wifeof Mr. Gedo Ram.
eed 4W ditto that e du Jmaicas have p- Ilnd This does not apply to those ta', of a son.
eee4ed said are e ill suo ceding in any that a over taxed, but to those that '
part of the world they go, even in pay no taxes wht.ever. This does
Pagl iagrr m proiChina. Your Ohristmasd umber will not not apply to man and wife who rapay iR.E
TherR SALE. reach me t al February. axes a householders, b o ho EVERY EARNED 220

is grea estchtho lasktag toewea( eo T wedaothersgofreerihsse rhe neeaae lew'. ,trh
IL to o great pity that with such gootr d who pay no taxe a isha tax w tockb(erentrosteewitheman-

VERLEY, BOB1M8ON & CO. I hy^? wel ltivate tha shey hundred shousand who do not pay one buttnes iS yer s ^an '.:
soil d chbe better abln Jamaio ght e battle d o must bthe divide ito four classes, fir ,,, h x0 4srn ell*. itl by -arm*e.r
SAT K ton. row. Ifongw of todriao~ to supply the poor man ; second, onwlle who is ableek work NYL I Ll,.er. V C in
oufrlneeds but had be to pretent souc ay ore tan their; third, the middle ro nese ar a naid t
SMILLS teems to m* that to piorte of nar e class ; eoue retrane bment a all modest hroib ELFAST .A

O MILS I'\^ -their eving btak conc wald row it mo a t report be in. BtIesah divt*:,4iN1 in theo
were grown we would be able that payable for Rsad and Educati, No. dI, Gr s.zXOluha. &&.10,b,,I@ in cahs divi-

S8 dNo.D2, 4ao 1, N o. .o lie to 90 d ins as n aa dard in 1 I
better than depending upon root rohepe adn of .,4 No 8, l s, o.. w~ bJa n rouc 3umbears .E n1846S tmE
e motlan e owhm an a a good d of I the day o a to as what wa a nth an a fdavit frrom ibe
Tcouldeegrown. gladly pay no"e vhe0 use sA se afeade DoRS 1t bov ery wor of biT a

O ^hope aen will am mheir votes ata Tf sea u kbeeDe partme s help o etnse. as aoluentary sof nedras. ta end
t Brad d plT a ga

IOIewwewBs eand et the gfesidh ie when fm te estorg Oa alfrai tryNtD wor)ED un BYi A Feed, 4S I l. ditto w D Te tn e ad pyd mpa y g ae o too ail of "tes 1 traee I wcaatus

H-mongoose, I am YonfieOt. w ore ftidck le we. pe o areas hro Roly fitiri,
I-e -If Iaas ge pai wy for u get uoarir only oraiBons Bhitpaym nd t ,ua
to rear a good deal mor poultry. Tai pay or who do Dot Tbllitf.
dF 2.S ditto etor I N ricultre wold dlwel to set pao it. Tr bey ,enjoy tale. butit true ,e. wI
Slabour th e0, quest In tie l naothm thing and should pay forthe orup. i. meesarn wthe rite.

authemstk at sm alloiyof a r a ^ B.-a^ *he aerv or old a*" y n.*iMtto "ry ate"ia.' v.
dQI IWM i M teirown There is a virtue that I is, to l. Wy should some be a/no way iTdng bam'ri.
-6_ uw m tei o The v teisit iO h e i a o keep. D wTh als s avrfa s.ta o *x and.
Vria of Jamaie. tis that of slft oowtrol. Tae of th catch o e ,
I, ROBINSON & they would cultlste thet eee o they hundred thousand ae who do norit py one Mney fa nw e.,
.-ould ba bt abl to iht goe ba rettfles weny to tshe revenue. Give the some ..
............of f .t-y wodd oss, mo thing so do. They wl ve toeek workE -made ,wt 7re."
frugl i dress, andae les prentoo t 'm is I now bave a new husi-
rI am sus that, in spes of imes' Tbem oomes retImebmemt in all doe -, ol tmh mel is Ad.
Saving bank accounts would BWo pnente1, Not only Mat A"oer bestium, dw. d ,, one o
o d C ig a end they would become gradually more t- surprise visits be paid to the diffSt ckhoteured w o jarn iv m
offices, Did not ouw Loa Gd 0" viom. vbom e cangive me
While laboUrla in the jungle andlm knws of al gIs ood or e"Rl, paw AL a ,,xevaathua.se th.,r'Iksomaes. Wheiv-

December 23, 1906. J& AMAICA T I M 8. 19

Sixico .... j aMexicos niis wi Il I,
ill AIl goodies and unbreakable toys. a *
__ aC 1lhris1mAs When friends hae .been Invited to a 2
l ^everreens and msie, shower sad
*oTUt insel n all the roob and corridors.
Rums, Native Wines Posadas One .H ... ,o... In ,bae e
vV of Bethlehem the stable yard and
and Choice Imported Liquors, one who has beenaway ro servants, the anBibra trees and paty
4ed your orders to us. -We are Sole the United States for a term A teoptaIns. All that m roey La do to
Agents for Jobo Jeffrey & Co.'s celebrated years the Christmas holidays baUtf the be*lil" a tic "ol oM
there seem likre a feverishrush, i do e the tat
Pale & Strong Ale, ____ ___ __e __s_ t_ _
During the nine days of porsdas in The Ittt mang, am soft ng a
-A lSO- Mexico are returned to with a certain The l e' mand wf L n W
mesr of relief. draperies, stands ready for the Nn
A posads ts an Inn, and the idea per- a pension of the guests Pad faly
The supply always equals the demand. vading these festivities in that story. p e o do m o y ps vi t
Known to all the world, of Caesar Au- oth t ot tre tae, sad To ny perfect viatm 'aonetsoBS
1astus, who, in the height of his pow- and twle oo wpeleh ertw toe smauee in aun -*paj&L
1. E Is litaa BL & Bro. Ltd row to k t hen forM cn umwbe n- t o b m led b7 orn w io Mares th I maner.
SKIN TON. e hed to know the nuber of po- Babe. Bringing sweet hymns and the A slight earreetimo pewept.i am-- -
KlINTOU. ple who bowed beneath hei scepter. Itaed, tey go rongh the bon O, to w01 nro p aret tr
In order to determine the fact be de- waiting thn ad out ot the noms ad t
creed that a ensis shoudM be takes of A va t to my optical parloUr wffl amdy
all the nations conrqn e t n W. O-
12, N h Roman empire. To effect this Au door the room ai weh thb man- Da. PERCY C. LOPEZ,
12, North Parade, tug sent twenty-tour commissioners to wo oes, s g Mary
ga. Two votes, rMpeamntanr Mary
Spelist in supplying Rubber Tyree to the different parts of his world. The and Joseph, In a a hyma bg to 85, KING STREET.
ehje m edict commanded that every person, be admitted. Voices within chant a Office Bours:--8 to 11 and I to 5.
rich or poor, weak or strong, sbould go dental. Finally a vokee announces who
Sole Agent-Goodyear Tyres. to the place of his birth or to the orig- they are that plead for shelter; then
Final place of his family to have his or the door Is thrown open, and the per-
hor name Inscribed In the R-oman regis grine are allowed to enter. The Babe r.
try, is placed in the manger, often by a
Joseph and Mary, who were both of priest, and songs of rejoicing burst S
the royal house of David, went to the forth. urgoe su0
town of Bethlebem. They found It so The patas are next on the pro- OF SAV.-LA-MAB.
full of people on the same mwision that gramme, the details varying with the
they wandered about the town for nine tan of the ahost
days seeking shelter. On the ninth day In a convenient place the penattt is now in Mantego Ba for a
Gold Medal St Loas, 1904. they were allowed to stay n the staibe sand ttle folk, sata d wokds. Persons detoUy desteod
o a pose", Gddtether thM -noo Vm who dwa to -tak part bn t01 may ae him at hisM-
Hav a Goodyear tyre on youth heb., or Hoy Chld. was bore. TThe nnto, tz *e an bloindoded o neat a
it mproves te vehicle. Prevents Jaw ar held for nle evenings la commem- tm tuaed aroad a tme or twooU o of Union emaaS.
and loose bolt, nd ad daMHto comfort of oraton of those weary day. th given a stick with which to break Strete.
owner and hore. Of course there are miserable bhoAmss ji f Mble. 8so '
where no sea of a poaeasi bel, but them Aother tries. When one succeeds
Mexicans, rtch and poor, af ganrom. h cntenta tall to the floor and a
No matter bow dirty and ragged.every gamble follows to see who geta the
AERITED W AT RS IUone Is welcome t the churches, beaut- mt. In some old amili t there an reM
can be obtained every saturday lly decorated, and at the nightly po- events when the numerous servantu am doing most of my Dmel
edas bheld In them though there the partake of the joy of the posada and
Unai l JU- dn h t penatas are omitted, as the celebra- share n the souvenirs and refresh- Operations without pain.
from the tons are entirely of a religious nature. Ments provided.-C'ollier's Weekly.
Impria Mineral To the children the penatas are very ____ a. ?E lU I t
Imperial Mimeral ^important features of the seams. They f iB w
Water Factory, Teachers' Association.
No. 2 East Quaen Street, corner Gold St. Te last monthly ieetlag for the ye&r D*ITI8T.
of Aerated Drinks at 2. per dozen. a t Uo r ament Sbookroo a ote 9
Open every night natil 10 p.m. Preset-Msers. B. J. PutarM Queen StreeL
Saturday till 12 p.m. (Preseat tIhe ebdair); T. Thompsee, m 1S.-aHesms a.w. to p.m.
Treasurer; J. N. Simpson,8. A. Brown,
SA. 0. AUtehe L N. RamOnd, W. BYI
CHT/A lKf~ Ey/J "melay & Rev. G. L- Youn ir
.A/INU a Vl e-Preeat. a BURGEON DENTIST,
S 1Aftr the d lnatesa been read and U E N ENTIST,
s1rs Am Air. IA *vmn tboirI Deal fwyr
LOZENGES scl ... .r
BasULy cUas anWd wll still continue a d e 68, DUX StTT- Kingston.
A vote of eAndoleo to Mr. C I
WiR^t C iHr [ Oowaa member of the Aoeatlon. (N.L. earer Dake ad Law weesl.
WORIST OU CHM of ta s theacond & wta a 1. a
One gives rolUt as IncA esla sal very aSbt tr Pa lrra
of o r so yw a a oert tet of In adtdit to the isolation already Sklltay Preforme
thkir value. sold aa TI |srd for the aomn cont f-nce of
Bo" *.the JCU.7T.T. Bresoltulon were moved rs Ovr sIX.Tyears erperieer w Amer
(1) Prntaing of the Seport of the Co- Ofoehoare 9 a. toS p..
erus. .in tro re. (2) 8cbeme of Edauc- 8a-das .r t 1 &
RIL DBSPBKAyNDIUM, tion by Rev. J. Klsock Brahmi, B,D.,
____y ) wBieh the Aesolattoa prs d to r. ..
A. Brandon& Son, "Kc: "a'". Fred. A, T av e.,
Conft~ernc. T'he A-ssla= Thetle
7T. Harbour Street. gtaston. J. Bobet Love, for the Legislative Co. Pae
UE ar CORNS, BUNIONS at eting s x for Saturday nA Dwuh U& G20u7r 3tar
8wode Jot with Dr. Ramire -As nas xa nIscan a -s mana *- 1, ORAN..E _TRB,
MftmnsY llOX Ooo represeent me, woBMr, ome -As at ODrapers.I Portland. C eMr of Dram i Stret, Knrlem.
MThi lt. Nerfau. er anmal, bItL, ,owe imbe7,e -OA G S a, '
rtsm **> ***** M. xears. eoentry cujarranhemw a thatt siaa ase p^. ePhy o rea. ***wytidns t towld-
ores prompUy ateaded to, 1 t, lovely da ager meb a ftU Ai 7 ha.d a hap, i at Coe DBUG8 G )CERBT
A. MA TINE, sole ge tst in W*,k.1 w a 0onfe otioneryB, .
t Ha3t5 Stareet.o S g er pesast e ct es es oayps wwr IooM leo to rhMal dmely. Tn Wl4---1- =b -
7 rhu BOret. d the aoatis e a COtmes t I o pbeP i will soom oese to a fall atop. O Qn Tsri Lhap Qb9

i- *--"J --.- A ltl -ri 8 December 28, 95
1The pollee besat t'o arrest the rio'e s
no*- and by Sunday even ae 45 r.f these re

happened to met the gap f r eghs of O0 Meendy His xoellenerv met the
botm frr m the lower quar of the employers as -he had prom ied te do.
dy whipthmred msaI tesatly Ias tm They agreed atb a wmtnminao wagf a
*e M- e whdla they tak foran quarter day's py sbhuld be paid to wbarf
n~mi! iwi s:al tarerm do. ahboare, ; for example, if at mawre- without a proper supply of the famous
i llP Me sat hav6 eng aged on j ,t, whicn lasted only balf-
of afltr. is h 2 throo the no-hoar, or for ,Dy time under a qufter
lamoe repeble ~Lams weve f utly day, he should b* paid, not for the aesoa
stepe l tohe frequented etrete by tee be salbht work, bat for % quarter
gmp3oef youths ad you"g wmena m Ar HisKIEwllaney suggested also that
rSed with stick ek a threatomed wih a the ObCamber of Commnros should
beaming tIW-ebtdw perstt wh som of draft a tariff to Inelude the rtes of pay
thbr of- N- Itood fr blood, for all clsr<* of work at the whaUves,
ae4A 7iW f& lk tlli e' W p Qetly which would of enerse be bnindig on both
S towdy eltbnfbt, bt on partIes, and a meeting of the Chamber
the wbhole f"a4g had considerably of Commeree will be held as early as pos
sabed sible for this purpose. Fortunately they can obtain all they want to buy
'To the fsat bat larnsest victims ar As the result of several Interviews the
uiambered a g the killed ead injured is Mayor, Mr. B. A. V. Abrahams, has bai
d the hMleg 4lU the working peo- with acnates. is s hoped that oertairn from the
pie, who orret that the presmece of practice by whr fingers, will be stoppedJ
oMrd *1lmsi e wr i m**age t mob The unJeWt o th deaths was otW o a
ed not s ybe known to the police ple d whe.n 6ur exYhange was posted.
*me useful work in quietin te fel Oe plle the One olicemw die from the effects of I 0 1, 46 Pim %
by explaining how the glaneang bullets hi wounds The killed among the crowd
did iexpeeted njuy, to the groape of included a woman who was shot through
men and women who bad gathered about the eye, and a alyationtt lad. 90, HARBOUR STREET, KINGSTON,
the street corner discussing the event The Women's self-Help.
ol the pre viou day.'
o8 terday it wa clear that the police y ofetee and from first-class dealers throughout the Island.
had the situation well in hand. They had t s re of eourined proprei,
been reintooed by special costa le and ciety gives a report of cout nued prores-,
ben relntorced bry pencil cona lesb anc Its depositors number 190. From the
some of the Artillery. party had bee Fancy Work, etc., sold for them at the
unu to a dispute aboutt wages. he Society's depot in Ohurch St tey e. St ps any
mow4 to a dpate olabou wags. The eeived 962, the Society taking as co- o
t k pay, s &t 4 following tx,,uissi8on 80. An additional Sale Roomnd of P in
lThe CIIAroMise p1J t fhas been opened, a new iodndustry, e'-S
bute to the pntice -' Stace the beginn broidry on Itnes, hlm b e tate ; 70
-a the disoMMrders the polled have had bth poor needlA women are employed by the I -
ds dd aan sot y t g eeiety: 4 ws st i sea chari- I This is a fac-simile of a package
y to perform, adit mst besaid thy tie-. These are the hiet features the of the greatest cure in the world
-re s a the weesle -I miasser ork. Appreae Ironal
MVi7f avra w Mln on. Nade l t Mr.oake po.l for Pains, Aches, Sprains, Strains,
metction s de of Mrs B.l ec a
'nretaiurned to ber place onap mates etc.
Lb kr w% ddr Mte e' after an absene of foq ; Vmf Mrs.
I W tl ua lY did not hffe&fe 6f the po'-Seboole who. t fs
li- s ree with th effdeieyL of their Lady Clarke a he wi toem1 presi-
of the the dent and of Min La .eMe rved
of the dib1see rioas the the "ooiety for 20 yeam. '- T following
G'o prqraphs in the report are neteable
to fvoi eioBnree and got 'The free Msewlg elaw for girls kw been
Sto tet them p their continued, but has not been appreotated
t ee etore Gverner who s should have been, by those for
vaee efor e the Geiseo. whom it was intended, tbe attendance
greed to recee the Davis, and. .oh being very irregular and little interest
Mear. Thore, Drvsis, and Dr.oeh own darning and plain ne dlwork.
Samo these. Af t me ttb it Seventy poor needhr women are m. which is known throughout cvill-
Aiatedw with them Lpto the public plo,. nd,. in, order ,o ie th_ e w- laticn as "Tbe Kitng oft Pat M"n'
; bt A r. ,to v ques nation as "The King of Pain."
%AM7 the wp d a Ie kht bear what Hlis tenuous work, (the redncd Hospital con-henever you have a pain and
^a,,r b v;e-um or rcts no loger sog for hs purp Whenever you have a pain and
a lawrr asoin than usua1 has 6e want to be cured instantly, rub some
a O fRs Z.a peeo "isd a Wtertal iw has bteeiS ued In of this liniment on the sore spot.
s nt l-...ean t the MakS orf asw, eleho rat for sew If you have Rheumatism, Neural-
"Mb-*e toktep T w tlare, o sle atthe 1 Il Insect Bites, Asthma, Cough,
oM ,-' D Mf ,..rb. u urns, Scalds, Piles and many other
5'GWO ra atm tas r iee. r a -ba s siat o a N things, it will cure you.
drmM 861erie ~Cnmnted to 81.8.
*rgai* WM to 830. GUoo4,* p merpaed to8 O. It is the best, most reliable medi-
-.. of :the GovGoos sold to. 7 s Ban iB ctine" madre for all aches and pains-
4. &* as.i r of th wt t pr it M a.. eal.ways I- eep a bottle in the house.
^"^^ ,^, __ ~ton %! prited report wre noted a mbi.
Sr th rdit ~ tea id~ 4 is perited r At it printed re.
.lmed.b i r At-, -, an DnM- hBIt.
85useaf 89.
-arew t mm hShete v Primiyv Medicine. For Sale at Hylton's Times Store, I1X, Harbdur Street, Kingston.

d o L be sReem. b.r.. D Ko r b. R 6 V. or 3L..
easwld e sta he* ft- S a n re aa It ntMp y rd that a oser ofP tUe poliiee
M-2nM 1- 1W.adN beld the o-ILu l mmtla &ho had aF i. a0i

7~CjLJk.L 1| a- 6^peual ly bI me *u Mi >1 r aw.kmfr
-, akS t .I t m _^ i P.m.t., Wholesale & Retail Druggists, Grocers and Tea Dealers, eto.

,ons deM'd' L xieuta es".aM ^ .tHE BXCaES8IV E HEAT OP SUMMER makes un rooeptiblhh to
d9R O"SfwDLNo + thoatr do e1 a T COLDS and SORE THROATS.
--S So,., tt ? S % twti LASSITO DE tID LOSs OF VG1OUR are common at this e~emn
09 tmpg ffdatn d*hde r e S w b, W a ns recommend the folloatieig reicedies in the above oaes :-
iame L1 iM# .. PmOR OE .T BBB OAT.--Blhc Crrat and Qlyoerine P atille,. on
"_OM-,tai; -*- --- -tolad .e"ae.Pt.I IPftilR. -d I Playu stin Eualyp l tic.

l^,Of!^e -'o@aSS FR6B t IPtnPi G' T BOLp.DY.--Emulsion of Cod Livhr Oil with
p, -B g | plyphop.oep.te, -pbJi d prt.anet, GOLD FIP,., -r,, ,,
-^..^^^A fc a C. 1e frflpi4Am 8r- d

PrI:~1FEVI "A visa" POR ~i 1 iu CLEANBINM TiEB yVStEM Pb TYIPURIT!E8-Cr t d ,.
wStemb bee 9esorte I is lona- v--ouat Salts at is 3d per bottle.

December 23, 1905


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TAU tory bm 2th Novmber.

ChapterI.--lram Holladay, a malti.
millionare, is found murdered in his office
which his daughter had just left. Hbe is
suspected Mr. Roye undertakes her
dl ehoe. IL-At he examination dam.
ning evidence is disclosed against France.

Houniaday. 1I.-More incriminating evi-
dence makes it almost sure she will be
held on a charge of murder. A myternous
note introduces doubt. IV.-The chain of
evidence breaks in Rodgers' colour-blind-
ness. The jary decides not to inculpate
Miss Holladay. V Miss Holladay denies
visiting her father before bis murder.
Lester is after some theories and gives a

WAS quite dazed for the moment ,
"A crowd of them in my room!"
I repeated. "A crowd of whom,
Mrs. Fitch?"
"A crowd of reportsrst Theye been
worrying my life out. They seemed to
think I bed you hid somewhere. I
hope you're not in trouble, Mr. Lneter?7
S"hNot the leat in the world, K dpar
adawm," I laughed. And I breathed a
si of rlief, for I had feared I
w not t diWlster. "I-' seenm a-
wt w the' port" And I went
e up the stair.
Long before I reasred my roes I
heard the clatter of voices and caught
the odor of varion q l tobac-
eo They we- yara the
mature, t l. 1
they greelb r
catered. were such jovial tl
Irwe that ltw~a,^jfrpoeLbt
fad angry AwtCI Wass, Ana. a
knew that they we g tlm; t
"aey lYbore'g ie d lwl AS a e
salaries ftr t ",toT of the work:
hat tht er~WeW-* scena tread or
trickery or unworthlnee and tasorm-

a do gooe an imp%
S artyA w-kae6wb -

their ,sfretw smildnly sad atml m
dws In a abir which obe f41 the
Sbtlgi ed ea Irlr Ve j
"WeIu began, looking about at
bem. ,
"My dear Mr. Lqter,s ai the on
who bhad gte iie the chaIr, permitt
we to -atrooc* aySlt as ftalno at
the Plane Tbpe;iatleme-"--and be
Included then I a wide gsetuafe-"
my colleagues of the prees We've been
anliously awaiting you here in order
that we may propouon to you certain
"All ritht: fire away," I said

"Plrst, we'd like te have yonr theory
of the crime. Your work this after-
noon convinced us that you know how
to put two and two together, which Is
more than can be said for the ordi-
nary mortal. The public will want to
kno )our theory-the great public."
Obut I haven't any theory," I
protested. "Besdes, I don't think the
great public is especially interested In
m. You see, gentlemen, I'm quite out
of the case. When we cleared Miss
Holiday our connection with it ended."

"But la M1im olladay cleared ?' be
persisted. "Is it not quite conceivable
that in those two hours ase was absent

They gr0tod -- e Uk a *eer w h I crI

from her -errI1Wuia*b "by ma have
fbaaged her gowu, gone to her father ,
400s and then ranged buck again
In that ca n wold se- not naturally
have bobihm a -a St sWn, 4Siamesl
never wore greea?"
"Oh, nmonesme! I cried- "IbVt'&
pau)il& nolw do daw wo*kl& aeer.,
meltectalr o It ll. I iw5Wat 1P&'
If "oa w 0Ibg t -b t-e mn it ftal
crime Yoq.MV r!tr pUtFn ea &kgi

tatk dot mim Ralsd f wemds.t I't
ink that Mha NlaWaW is qIS t4 6 -
- ha-b'b~fl~hlfsv- the d~h1

"ethow aboat the Mr. Lw-
s*?U'PVn~ WiiatdA f sataiar
'Oh I Iam't tuml YO, A b

We ass. tp of ~ b~

"Hp aisof Ooairb ir"

He stared t ma In astosmUnt
"Do y"es fntO to ll me -r.L Aie
be6n spedn

been pMading the evening with Jim
Godfrey of the Recordr
The, in a lasn, 1 understood, and as
I looked at the reeful aces of the me
gathered about me I laughed until tWe
tear catme
"So it was you," I gasp ed, "*w.
chesed sa up BroAdway)" -
He nodded.
'Tea, but our borses weren't oul
enough. Where did he take yor"'
"To the Studio-BIrth avenue."
"Of qurer' he criedk slapping hi


w8u, 0U1, t uJ:u.C. A]=&U. I, is-
ing. It's a good theory too."
They looked at each other, and, I
fancied, gnashed their teeth.
"He seems a pretty clever fellow," I
added, just to pile up the agoiJ. "I
fancy you'll say so. too. wbet you see
his theory in tomorrow's paper."
"Clever!" cried Rankin. "Why. he's
a very fiend of cleverness when it
comes to a case of this kind. We're not
no the same class with him. He's a
fancy fellow-just the Record kind.
You're sure yoa didn't tell Jim any-
thing else. Mr. Lester" be added anx-
ously. "Godfr's capable of getting a
to"y out of a ence post."
"io rm quite sure i Aidn't tell bh
anything ebls. I only lUstened to bde
thery with great ateret."
-And assetI to itt
"I aid t hmght It plausnla'
An ele mc shock seemed to ran
around the room
"Tat's itr! cried Rankin. 'That's
what he wanted. Now, it isn't his
theory any more. It's your. Oh, I
can see bls headlines! Wbn't you tell
us what It war"'
I looked up at him.
"e, frankly, Mr. Rankin," I asked,
"It you were In my place wed! yOu
He besitated for a moment awd then
held out hi hand.
'No," be said as I tok I. I
-abouldn't Shake banda, air; you'e all
flht. Come em. boy; we might as
ell be golag."
They led out after blm, and I bard
them op ds ng up t m street Then
I aak back into my chair and thought
saint afe~ lam th eory. It ele
o abt be we pascsly, pot by point

to Mi osedayAs refteea as to kear
whababqta the taterubmm befMb. Tb
wbae yspty lay plain before me. In
me ^ay he bad dsimvmd the a-
i s aio of be halt slsbae i raeeuadi

awt a d her away troma boe-
i ,B pbs iMto bes, tht ase .
*ift ff WfttWI bet, aasin ber to
b ,t-thg *r that crae, why bad
he not i reailne at booe to reeve
hor, 4At may rate, Miss olladay Bad-
await4 ber return, had noticed her
akiNtatiAon;ad st, a se o en -- Cer-
tan marks ofa blood poan bla. be

-w1o m beII IWi M WIM w PUEM3W
all too early to what that agitatwon
and thbo blood spots meat. She had
remained sdent that he might not be-
smirch her I bfhte name, and also.
perhap, that At might protect the
tbher woan Ifttit that I beld la ay
hand thte ky to the whole problem.
APe4nt y eltt-Hb wht t I naar It
wdfl Tnat theae would be a vigorous
earch for the other oman I could
not doubt, but hae had a long start and
should easily escape Yet perhaps she
had not tartedo She must have re-



ma nea In Town, else bow c6td that
note have been sent to us? Se had na
malned, then-but why? That AM
should feel any affection for Frana

else explain the note?
I felt that I was getting t tangled
In the narl again. There seemed a
limit to Its f tricales; so, in very 4*-
spair, I put the matter from me a
completely as I could and went t
* *

leg. "We might have know. Boys,
we'd better go back to Podank."
"Vell. at least, Mr. Lester," spoke up
another, "you oughtn't to give Godfrey
* 'MOOD"-----------
"But I didn't give him a scoop. 1
didn't even know who be was."
"Didn't you tell him what was In the
"Not a word of It I told him only
ne thing."
S"And what was that?
"That the person who wrote the note
didn't know that Rogers wa color
lind. You are welcome to that state-
aent too. You see, I'm treating you all
They stood about me staring down at
me. silent with astonishment.
"But," I added, "I think Godfrey su-
pects what was in the note."
"Well, his theory fits It pretty close-
"His theory! What is his theory, Mr.
Lster '
YA Cn% --=- D.---

Mw mufnroon tn the eWing of the U64
)aday caw, and, of core, took occaea.
to discum with him the latest develop-
ments of this extraordinary crime. Mr.
Iaster agreed with the Record in a the.
ory which is the only one that fits the
facts of the case and completely and sat-
isfactorily explains all Its ramlficationoa
The theory was then developed at
great length, and the article -oucluded
with th statement that the Record
was assisting the police in a strenuous
endeavor to find the guilty woman.
Now that the police knew in whiek
quarter to spread their t, I had tt
doubt that ahe would o n be toua
latie abe had tempted Prorvidoee I
remaining In town.
r, Iaha m and Mr. Hyes wq-e
aha u gh. the mwd ari
when I reached the ooe. n 1 4a -
planed to them haw the alisel &
view bad beo smcased.
-oeth ft ialn e Qvaabet

It seems a pretty stfrt -&aeery,
ad' oar m eor. "I'm lacMBe ~to
Be" It myself."
I pointed out bow it bxplahned MVe
Hoiladay'a reticence-her refusal to a-
sot us in proving an alibi. Mr. Iayre
n Yetemly. As Qefrey aa d, the the
rfy toucae ere point of the caa
Aieaedlng to the i police axiom, that
porea tS tae t r t e.&"

S a eAy 4t n p lraam otlday wi

Ia hia pnte munemi aW
Wes taws ad te Bauway tI
iswit his dea. Two d lastr MV&

Grahat and ai tO 4t ai af

painbs A. wea apeet~ bsbaS~k

v W-c 4

dispeas his dangh."
W e tien that bie to B ht 1 b
SvwIM matd, as is n eally tb ea"
with ma Wioa wreath depends u pna
Iaoi ctuWti aaItW tteraht lit v thsa
till remained iametheg over Seer ml

m" rM the ii a pretty dpr owry. 3
told ua at once that be wished to ioav
%er affairs n our haads and la nean.-
etal matters wold be guided entire
by our advice Most of this bumis
was conducted by oar Junior, al
while, of court, be tao me nol*a g,
was evulent that Mis Helladays km

tdi ttle,. The whole oae was m
or mle conversant with the asta
wished him soceess satd pp l-.
o80 a week wr tea oawpK- s i
"hpOt deavr at11 op

The morning's Record attest t e
truth otrfankin's prophecy. I l
grown famous in a night, for Godfry
bad in a measure made me respoasml
for his theory, desertl ng me wtt a
wealth of adjectives which I balb- t
remember and which I have even ye
not quite forgiven him. I smiled as
read te frt ees:
A Record representative had the plea-
ure Jesterday eventeg of dging with f6.
Warwick Let rer. the brotfatr yg t _
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One other thing puzzled me--how
ed this woman eluded the police? I
ew that the French quarter had been
Zamacked f)r traces of her, wholly
without sumcess, and yet I felt that
The search must have been miscon-
ducted. e'*- some trnce of her would
surety have tein discovered. Miss IIl-
kui .y. of enm:rwe. rigidly refusd Lher
self to :!I inquirers, and bere Kag:in I
iSand myself on the horns of a dilem-
L. Doubtiws she was very far from
m-bA the diaovery of the guilty
wman, and yet I felt that she must
te discrvemd. If only for Miss Holla-
dp% sake, to order to lear away the
Uae vetie of the doud that shad-

su ae eu i m'4evelopmet with a
artl rary0W7" It w"a toward qutt
G tame one afternoon that a clerk
-f-tegt werlft tie inner office that
MO w W a w fmn without who
U dbe to see Lr. Riyee at once. She
ta rea bu -oname. but our junior.
w', happened to be at leisre for the
mw.:ont, directed that she be shown in.
I Feionised her in an instant, and so
Bld hte-it was Miss lIolladay's maid
Saw, too. that her eyes were ret;
wtth weepting and as she sat down
a oW juaior's desk she began to

Way. whfts the matter?' he de-
a haMo. "NeotQ n wrong with yonr
-' n a ett my mtemtra any moral "
a g* o rL OM -"e discharged me
'Ib Inae -.o eahosd Oer juntor.
I I t. Io t abe thought so mub

A" i o 4Id L sir, bt sabe dcharged
*Ik^ same!

';at e rr -e"Ambe dk- a th
c t w.1" 1 don't kwow, stm
Rbff ad K876d bwr to UB me, but

60 no bouk about ft wIt a st
M lbygo, ooom r.
v YO piam eigrr obe cried
W Fw I tboust the world and
-U qf NMhhPkamm. r', been with
bwi- imuf oftt years, amd for ber to
mj Lm t a e lIe thls-wby, It jus
-111. my bImawt sir! I dressed b w
~idleiems about 2 *'clock. and

Gt- -- atlA% to me as ever-gave
SM a MtU bVeO. nLN that sne Wag
OL AXbeM ab weat act for a
k a~ abset M a boar ago cam&
book. I W tup I*br rwom to
mvd bar, wmd w I. knocked, air,
w m Gmine Io the door and
1 Km, Praces had engaged
~rmUand WA wiadt beed We
On% In ad has was a moutO%
VOOM h_ An wI I stood ter, ir,
00-~ oMA u' re shut the door
~LUt bee. A'- A 'd ot* *Ter It a
I that kigbht see Miss
.00 8 0r IfnOY. so ikS- Soodby. but
4$" *061t see ae. Shae sewt word
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The actual making of this stand
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but the panels landing each compart-
ment o9er cope for ~ta eneMrgsa o
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Crw t and poker work wouk .be
eqaualt elective, and the rst of the
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Be4 the Cmp Irtmealn m A aed on
It rmdd be a good plan to ge* thim
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sine. The result would be a durable
and tumeot merahl Uttle bit of fr-
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A- panl lg oaO te backreaond of
t ag ottea, but for me, at last,
* imsel et auim nhed latre~l,
mtre dmt a oOce I care aly ,re
I ItsU features to convince my-
mgr anew that our the ry was the
SMme. Only ae point occurred.
ae wch would tend to prove it un-
e--lf there ws an Illegitimalte
m ,ns the blow be bed dealt her
br bad alto deprIfed her of what-
Omr Income be bad allowed her or of
rb hope of income from him; so she
*i acted in her own despite- Still.
Qadey's\ theory of sudtlen passion
alt explain this away. And then
gN Miss Holladay eoald probably
be eanted upon. her first grief pat,
s preeW e suitably for her sister.
Ble Iampregnabe.

ae stopped. I eopld see the look of
amanement on our Jnior'a face, and
did not wonder at it What sudden
dislike could her mlstwq.o ht-r^ -n-
eetved gainlt this iuuu'e tive aud uv-
voted creature?
"Yon say this other maid was a
stranger'" he asked.
"Yes. sir; she'd never been In the
house before. so far as I know. Mfis
Frances brought Ier back with her in
the carriage."
"And what sort of looking woman aI
The girl hesitated.
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SHo S.o Christian Thought and -

HIelo for Chriati:na Tahought amnd Lfe.


-8xt of the Lesson, a Comprehemlveo
quarterly Review-G-oldem Text, Pc.
Ivp, 11-Commemtmry Prepared by
erv. D tears.
gDopyright, 1905, by Amurican Pres Aauociation.]
LEsSON I.-Daniel and Belshazzar
(Dan. v, 17-30). Golden Text, l's. xxxi r,
M, "The face of the Lord is against
-bem that do evil." This lesson seems
to be summed up in the words, "The
God in whose hand thy breath Is and
whose are all thy ways bast thou not
glorifed." Note the powerlessness of
human wisdom to understand the
words of God, but Daniel, a man of
God, knew them.
L:ssoN 11.-Daniel in the lion's den
(Dan. vi, 10-23). Golden Text. Ps.
xxxiv, 7, "The angel of the Lord eo-
campeth rould alIout Iithem tbut feir
Elm and delivereth them." All wbu
live godly will suffer persecution, for
It is only through tribulation we can
enter the kingdom, and the servant is
not greater than his Lord, but those who
*now their God shall be strong and do.
Lisson II.-Returning fr6m captiv-
ity (Elrs 1, 1-11). Golden Text, Ps.
,xxvi, 3, "The Lord hath done great
thabgs for us; we are glad." The
-events of this and other lessons in the
of Ears and Nehemiah were fut
laments of the word of the Lord by
mouth of Jeremiah, for "every pur-
of the Lord shall be performed"
4Je 11,i 29). He putteth down one and
uth p another and doeth according
*e His will.
LEssoN IV.--Rebuilding the temple
(Er a ill, 10, to iv, 5). Golden Text,
I Cor. ill, 17, "The temple of God is
Aoly, which temple ye are." Israel, the
pecutlar people of God, must have a
tabernacle or a temple that their God
may dwell among them (Ex. xxv, 8),
4o, having returned to Jerusalem, they
lay the foundation and begin to re-
build, but there are many adversaries
:to hinder the work.
LmssoN V.-Power through God's
Spirit (Zech. Iv, 1-10). Golden Text,
'Sech. iv, 6, "Not by might, not by pow-
er, but by my Spirit, salth the Lord."
e By Haggai and Zecharlah, the Lord's
messengers, whom He had strengthened
'by His word and by visions, the people
were encouraged, the work resumed -
and the building finished (Esra vi, 14,
15). So all that God has purposed
shall be finished in His time.
LEsON VL.-Esther pleading for her
people (Est. iv, 10, to v, 3). Golden
Text, Ps. cxlv, 20, "The Lord preserv-
eth all them that love Him." Esther,,
the deliverer of her people, taking..the
place of death on their behalf, cannot
but suggest tue only True Deliverer
who died in our stead, who was matte
course for us that we might not pei'-

Lssom VII.-Ezrn's Journey to Jeru-
salem (Fz. vii, 21-32).
c" M lu L of our God is upon all
:them for good that seek Him." The
Specular feature of his journey was
thUt, having boasted to the king of the
-wonderful c:.re of his God for all who
- put their truwt in Hn. lie refused to
accept an escort, but relied union God.
LEs- ON VIII. Nehe:uiah's prayer
- X5Tti. 1, T-TT1. Golden Text, Jas. v, 6.
h "The oiec:ual fc:.vent prayer of a
-dtihteous man ava.ieth much." Some

SITrteen years after Ezra had reu.aeej
to Jerusalem, Nehemiah was still in
the faroff land, and, hearing of the dis-
tress in Jerusalem, was much moved,
and while fulfilling the duties appolit-
ed him he gave himself to prayer and
fasting on behalf of his people and
city. After three months of patient
praying blji 1gr was granted.
LESSONI IX.'AIbstinence for the sake
of others (I 'Cr. x, 23-33). Golden
Text, I Cor. x, 12, "Let him that think-
eth he standeth take heed lest be fall."
In odr last lesson we saw Nehemlah
fasting and praying on behalf of his
people, and this lesson teaches self

set forth fully also In Bom. xlv and is
well summarized in I Cor. ix, 27, as a
subduing of self lest our service should
be disapproved. See also ill, 14, 15.
LEssoN X.-Nehemlah rebuilds the
walls of Jerusalem (Neh. Iv. 7-20).
(olden Text. Matt. xxvi. 41, "'Watch
ind ,raiy.' Here. apgan, as when the
ternl;'e was rebuilt. the enemies of the
Lord are very much in evidence, revil-
ing and bindering, but by prayer and
watchfulness and patient to!l the work
was finished and the enemy compelled
to admit that it was the Lord's doing
(vl, 15, 10). The eople had a mind to
work (Iv, 6), and each did the work
which was nearest to him (iil, 28, 20).
Lssox XI.-Reading and obeying
the law (Neh. viii, 8-18). Golden Text,
Lute xdg* "Blensed are they that
hear the word of God and keep it"
Ihere is no n6ed so great for the peo-
ple of God as a knowledge of the word
Af God and a meek reception of it and
a willing obedience to it. It is the
business of the teacher and preacher to
call the attention of the people to
what God has said in His word, for
He has made it very plain (Deut.
cxvii, 8; Rab. 11, 2). .
LEsson XII.--Preparatioa for the
Meisiah (Mal. 111, 1-12). Golden 'Txt,
Ial. ill, 1, "I will send My messenger,
and be shall prepare the way before
Me." Salvation is of the Jews, and
Israel most know the Lord before the
nations. as such. can. This will be at
His coming in slor., which will be pre-
,eded by the preaching of Elijah (iv, 5).
LMesot XIIL-The character of the
Messiah (Isa. Ix, 1-7). Golden Text.
Matt. 1 21, "Thou shalt call His name
JESTS, for He shall save His people
from their sins." Whether we con-
ider Him-as the MezMA of TrF-ael or
tbegreat head of the church or our
ywn personal Lord and SaFv':-, He is
11l that He is said to be in this lesson,
mnd when we k not HiM r < C': -.v,,
~hall want to make-Hixm known.



Sir,-The Rev. Rothpie did well to
pritoot a tainot th oelenity of lethlizine
the RZada for wwmk. The oorkine pea-
pl should be Informed ar have ti-ne to
Va coo aere
for Legtelatina. Bnt the thnn-ch' of
I*ral stzin the 8bbath f r work it a
hoL' rb that ouaht ant to enter the head
of the Goverament. tI'-would be a pr-
Domptoani hwreakin- 6of b. 4h om MmtnP.
ren, which admi .4f e4atv (*to rvexp-
too s-' Work, of aec.sity and wsr'w .d
mnerc:' Worse thra tbht. it w',nld be
aerilete u- -t---m yddo-d u lthtiat for
snenlmr parpeeM what i set w.art for
holy ane. I am, etc.

What the ebildren sing,
And the atoer plays,
Take the emor) baek
To the good old days.
When the angel choirs
Did the new proclaim,
And that infant King
To a manger came.
Yes-the Day of da)s,
Whtn the ChriLt was born !
There wa real delight
On that Bthrhay morn.
By-oeag andtar
Were the Leek and
e way to Hi
Tey should recogi'ze.
Do oar Obristmas joys
And oar festive tirth
Fid their primal ource
In the Saviour's birth ?
Not on feast and fun
Should our beartn be seL,
Wben the CbristmVna Child
Is uabonoured yet :
Out of love to Him
Let us keep the Day,
And the bliss it brtPba
Shall not pae away.

TA4 Delimmrr.

41. LG. F.

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Miss RATmC LAMOTlMr, of The
Bell of New Ywev tuaipae, ey :_. 1
hsb found Throaticts 'oobtiu to
the vret' Price 1/ per bo, pats Id.
For imle by R D. Klkead, Ltd., Kib
St Kiagtton.

La ILUA a co s
Photographic Studio,

A few door West of the Baptist Chapel
EBut of WUdmau Strmet
Portrait OabM Almhbestral Pbo.
wtogtay, Groups Co smt.. Vise
of the blud, Geaeal JhibtguW Aua-
ser' Work; Puil and Ptela develop
mod printed I dtl aod glame fAiel
Kodak wrktw ted for ald ndelivwred

stn McCarthy,
8. Kiar Street.

at o for the Bos Bt for the Yoaths
Batl forDth Mena
Prime reattrg tro Is to we eek,
In Rubber, Compostion and Leather.
For the Baby. For the Boy.
For the Yoath. For the Man.
Where else can yon et aech an amort-
met ? Some are bearties, ame. u
harm the Infant as moch a the otberu
may give pain to the elder. Prioes from
d. Od, s t, rs 2s s i4. a4, So, I, Sd
to 8s Sd.

displa of Touy to wRgt I wdeandw of
tll Fireworks, ete..eh*. .iij,.

Y.arble-Work and Pa0Sk SettaiUabh
ment, 3t WWaPri lnej#str
of King Street.)
Taombe and Marble Memorlals e
eoUted. Sign and Ornamental Paint
tlg performed.

[IlclulAc81mY or fIS

Classes in 8 ght
Voice Productim

At home en Wedunays for ayMb
Mfn. R. MACPHERSn90, I 8ge.

0. Lpombe 3air,
OlrjaniA AU S2 aisse OhwV,*L
Ard*p Pianist.
Plsino~farse Iggegmurrt. B4SpmSIa
io. 1, ITlngoton, Kingstn.
JzazJnD Baas., Thetare Royalm ..
This is to eertfty that the bearer.MI
C. L Binse, Was my pianist Algtri" m
visit to JaOma"e at the 'heres D. .
and be performedb I dtises in a
A Xwosit In Kingston mys -
C.IL Remoswru nsmy plesuta

"Clove 117"

3oardiutg aud Day 3,a- 1
(Principal-A. Miel CronswelL,
Senior Abssstant C. C Levy, 1&
Claf. Senior abridge, Mk
Sta ff tinetiou in agUsii eaS,
I Fre _*Ks
ITo Talsrrd Aisissawt T eae
The aim .9lth. PitmW sl i.,o ge.
sno greoadwork to db. o Jurte1,
6w Iti. p ssed at*o the Obflmorl b r
sky Dorskrmie ,s aw"
playing=Asi gak.i the Seboof

tro MaM thA t'bi~suj'k
bi in order to "s that the atdibw
we e stoilt Wooked after.

181, rincess 8swet,
CoDducted by the Rev. 8. K. Bratbwdi..
and ataf 0f iO Ompetw
Thesebol easreeae s warranged wo
rofeemwh to the Ominh"ge amd 0Db t
Of Press-pwe's Bx'snbIsaw Pqi ,,
fosUaver4ty sad *be 0Md S
m.*we ae. t Ubr ueS ndal T aud

special advastae bfor Ml, Dr.% m
Rhush9dk Physal Onitre.and sad
games, Including Rebew- Am
A Youss 'LadIes DePMUeMe. 1
patory aId ft derwarteg, Sesdm 4
f attention I.be bwsrdr pIh. '
SpeeW arraagemients t 1.1"M vi i WS
pil from the oemntry ad7 be nrt .
Far Prospecta us f w
it _111;I -----
JM 1 S. fL. xufTWam.
181 Prhuaoen t s.. X ow

I you wish to tew 8hortbead, 1

mdr.up uots

I. Noesh~di SA*
SV'OR *wu

The #- N w r Al" dio t ctIbve h~
taures wbh"i 'st, this system.

4. Norir to Wvjft -
tban thi 'anon, Poamle systems.
_W~rlf,-adrrSk ;-+plln4qL-.ai,~.r
About GreW g8borth&aat

Il ugi's Toon. P.O. St.' A..

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A,** bontroc4c4.
U P er&9U%) boo. are trifles wKhibc
U ever lbdomuand. but wbiAd4 ofleu
bAV *4ttt? wyuod ftir Uiffulut-m to
WLIR for tthim respect. Tk~e i*vtu u
00 Of mIkAiug ha"aowncH. euver thut
*ad be dipped over ach now swt of
Omsk tuvs in turn at ounc rnwmey
o kern sAe enmopace and
woak" &M C tt ho wnItWi gftha ttit
ftW monsim oCtftp$s m -t ofer. The
MW b in tveOR
Som as pad is mwWvih~btt an be do
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.L- a. .LYd 941IY; ~~
out ft pkckaev of "was ea,0 the c-
set sm dbebr the be k Sw i

l&mIies o aive. two tvroe-
-oo and twe'ar *A Ibaetabft eg0 at
muchai. AM acrendkg to lse mfe nt the
book. 4 wbto 4
ftruR oP 0*blii te-t totb fic mn-
TV,; tto(- Pr tha.t jwje"ti both abxvp
JU.A Ituhlow, Wheii that is quite dry ct:
* s ~r.~ (A '!xinii *siibaK arp iu~b I:trrer
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efa of effei iand bovit ThVe tweo ReaU
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ini:Oew ~~fwItbit *wpdpc i~ikrU.

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4n at ie boao into the pagxft-pa
Orse& 00 ym wiL SOa tba-tp
oft;m I~ e t at 1 amid a

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lo ew o dem peu or ow
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m~bsa frpp~oes f aa~6
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an and* be= two skips ac
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idan heAL Ok in &dW pt-
ftM moo ftem" by filing top~r

ons WtO al-ywd INCb n* Gasr og
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06 a. ulbbrn wfthenz" bmgVla-
I ~a str*ipt wikekbme wMbl kept

I sw brutkta* dinner. Tomamy?
itr~~l ramra. but met r
rsmdma8r~bjr o, Thomes?
lonmy -01. gr adma died last
ow balm Not AlU bar Ckumu
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&---Sam Herrinv% is -AA~
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uBps B oIbPlotr, Nt.. 4ole lrsUm.

A steamer Lea~p KNwIrow Opr i5w
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Sdo 1" 1 N m f ou U wob tomw iogwwZs AllW LocmUVY WaWBU IF9 AyP =at
eIsa to she Onwrnatt.

Omikr *A w'uv AiLr Prino alwVy& at Lowest Point. SAILUGSB VKMY 14 DAYS.
DerrnV=Jwdsrow toed tsr Latet". "ell 44 mothern. JAMAICA COASTAL lUIN
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.W. ~rOr~, Li.; H o. Thee B Oughton, LLY.I llohedt oT rates
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6m Fow it. .L~~am
f t ubla of no*% proooW am ML" uw" Udwamman W. it., as,
4L A. Kiaera.


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