Jamaica times
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 Material Information
Title: Jamaica times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: January 18, 1902
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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Source Institution: National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) ( SOBEK page | external link )
Holding Location: National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) ( SOBEK page | external link )
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 28831784
lccn - sn 99058119
System ID: UF00085573:00023

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all to rot d. The study of Wei life
64dwe tb value of ddig i'jathing v6ell.
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A=Sdq. iistded for the agilestu
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es glseh~w4topics-
The 3eefie~e~s Conference.

Atgde msatth mi E s inreOw

Im~m efbe~kapw~, of e ASe

the &s~isON Ow b67. j.The

tie WWee, WsO *Ithm 0`111a
"da of" Sm esd~eu. bat he W-
dwam" i anwa~y 4. bposug of
OW hebowllusprnroK be, ut If he
Am4ofsW wene to eMe these,
they vwU join khiis~
q wA it. ft& omawabih rwee uId

kill my euterpriss $%W wight c00
we i4sgli there narte dhlletiop
in the-'a. u dwwei
~h~must be sauromeuid. in
iL IVent thee. Washers nwill
onlytew Slad to he A!owed to some
ia. Honest aridoisIDin welcomed.
and ic s wed for, but suspisique doubts
as 0o motives and possibilities of
suocese are altogether onit of pies..
Mir. Hsutehings was ealle to thbe chair
nd urged the -'of ce-opera-
tiesm e O-rwnk N e wuesto

predamss md 11* osego

ws sidbean-w

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~iUop~ stuht wo had %0&
ker hiyq an aps" t ajg dt
bean&@ bearhmpin Uem owm-
lhew~b~e~i 064masbe.

I .ys Farnm.?. Guide.Theme is DC
aowe sertel.destroyer ot vermin Is,
their fre, att**'tionv- 4an applatealim
*o"Oposed Iahrply of .keromeue P. 11.1
Jacob. e isi fe ottpe for waking an
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beets Improved 'upon. It to rep~insed
for, tie besef"oft che~w "Wr rweade
'Take oue. pond -of haid seep,
ebave it. *d disAieve in three pints
reoeitta" f te to avFid

m me atul-A thick ersm romm-T '
shat the hem... adsowp
sabsufince se Iowell us.13d .
14~ -Kota""e will mt 4
watha bt forms an .es.llsonwkbh
a All of eracidowmay be
ac tu the kw asie @Utern.ceo
aeld also forms swoulsiom with *she
vW Now &add eve u e t
OWorbtktwowel. wYes zow hv _______________to_________
6seheab 1-00 4veyere? Which m'ay be
4pV0 e4 vver *-y pan of th poRUltry j jwgy.Ist, rut3 j'aathor B sdr
bernie. For ppau boa% #addtwenty The 61 a Ceral i1 d theIfase uledh. The PA-
gums a GUMMK hin& 1 *s b 1ems a ut uP"' tej
take Urntiesap And kerosene uWO '-
well ootx'A by obwvuisrll-there sI Pnod lipse-me. IV& be we

bea fseamk eoe. The ot of d he
above 12 or *oart of mixture
mmle mI 'd a id X- ,m* -Acd it
mwsm & thU po rp@sei *f ofI
haresm.. It destroys ell kimd4 o i
Me, am mase applied with a spayer
toin fe minutes."
Helpful Horse Hints.
Allow a horse a reasonable time to
rest aft feeding.
A damb, p olt can never be
eaiWtd to be a valuable boee.
Ume 5aVn b heu 'md of-dtuthm'
midest a ugu wd brt s be

Aqthler atie to the emfort
of a l m .semej sf hi &*own.

teed tU-e. -
TM heeel -ms 1M hawe s.
law omi heL

:E Fbrae4
The eolt must be kept growing
Ahritlly from the tart if you wanM a
behe Wimabemel
-em wn tha "hind hoaheve tseei,"
hut men fvthe nne is lest witheut
* ss a the Sw..
base the sender
^fa ~ et At A^ U^1|B^lea
SE& u er h^ m andw a
Al* t

be~we~OGise W- 04 -WA laws mom44.7yowren
uS~~In tssrat ud iseenis03bjGeompgea''ict his. wav thresgh,
3*huIe h.be en well fto tdo

Our Exypcorts.sade aw
Our xpots.And you may call &a malea spade-,

Apywomimate statement s*avowe
by tim.Merchaut's Exehauge:



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But if you name a qiiatk a quack,
By law of libel you are flayed,
The wse of spades you deem sn
e; ,
No lal toerrs the In y rave;
Beat iasi p the easeI
That Y"Sol te ka* a

Wi6 tmW ;I wi 69 W'a in-i -aAd ae
jeowh aeb"ut. St.- jmwiO Nimes

I he. tes my erenim, md-my v&W t lid out, joydiplemasle
siuorm.! e esmldforIn.fas hIL
NIB "No.'m a taybi n*

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ANINT-RESTING SHIP, IiMPREStS m men. 'heir cholee wiy nout Uliter Bprit.
SAN OF -P1MSOARTYM I be the best and nicent, but our present a- -
SCO MEINDABLE EWTEUPRISC V A -- /stage of advancement makes it isa The holidays have gone, and
--- (By "Young -" possible for us to make the be.st .at. we are iestlspg down to the
;,0 Gra.kersogia isabeth is one -l y l choice. A blind mau carnOt choose humdrum routine of tsdeat roand.
hel~ GrutWersoyi Sm wbetn h ona pie We enjye "" veo h
.a the mo-, interewtift ship- the The years were si away; in colours. Let whlesome, ple, We enjoyed urslves drg the
,n th ofbshe-w- *(4 Gr "en wp* jmmr *' "''~ I, na stt ud ng "a ,nAt e as on a ae et n 1acee. withoUI
. ..g-.o har --ur -oIe .bo r aTm- ---l a'nd h a esu t hearty, cheap amusesaents be 'pro past season. No gtiKats, no druk-
Kinsto usrbeu r 1rou ig old and had hno ;W t ,,,ii, of unpleasant
amve time. The Sd di... Of t ies o had bard of voided for our vuun people. d ens, aDtoa h n

nohig f as...F-hi 4"td ofe Iem had hv eboedaserol it u e b~poeofbil
"rThe Grand Dt-hes losabe n parties reb; bout of tie ever padually these teatehis, uple t- nature, 6o siar. .a srise _eny
err as" ,t e ha do w%, .he ; ecture-iesa ,ereoa our
Stheat of &ihe wife 4v04h Grad mm. ieu wmin &6 i.u ra .rti will 'go; mertt
of f allui.b He itIId w" .pth, IPeu 1 e,= and to but Ihunderingout ad0palem as fro, sasusemeut, and..,oiene without
spn r _Able _eitheli --d of' Ao I weint tiLe pulpi- t against thq devoted to resorting to questionable metli.&.
atM belomgiqtc thl (rm..r se'wemtr for"ysty *I us--bntltenp will comppas but little, and Tko, i ms,, however, t atuees

fW ite is not Dakon oncie the rhs in her so wet1u ,b hinge wil c P"'
a. ba ne- t"''-- -sn maker the biach wider. If we cannot felt, a Sa Lmis of the pme., but
Et is oft=- Com -fl V__, 'e A,. =77 r.owi, g.ue 'ur people a substitate, le ua&. this is& usal effect matter CUlrsli
days @1 .tamshaq thers far of--l,',,ete os aIwq and Jsause before % e iujth.it tbem rom Lbile. are Wi.
s mle oppoitmait'-ot pflt U4U a R'i@ atft p nh. havig a rea0l. heatty, enjoymHent, iow.equickly the pars ..qdip away,
.asmbwom. ibis -WW vw~m'~iMS 1oe ei5~f ~i eaeaking them t; o jDW.A days. To U'jnk that 390$ be-
.. giv, their son toD 4s1s 4M .-. ,- sb'e 4_dw Catw ate ouL ourselves doing-- gal two weelms ag. How i Time going
-2- thos o. "teaSmba Mane un, ile Wesiss&8dmrs of abtining fromt pleasure. Hamlet t treat us this year. To many
ar, nothing of e ...aeushlp aW16a MICA, .$.t Vice- ..see.is t have embodied a sensible M 'past b"5 bees one of trills and
whee they coin Into latimafl lonu ViSra (the,,. Chair. bit of philpupby in this couplet- duIp point, euta.. They tried baans o
with a great deal that is 7wd as taq4 ezpeoted great reults. The
.ble.at a time of life when dAqyes ,"s a -dancing around n-r. g may bun-bee rowted in the field&. TheT
me,,Pitoe to 0 ewl tuMw.- 1m6 ---1 19--mgi dogaw, .6MAY; -_ .n.. pauL ..ne. jog.w ari
.... ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ zr at.',, ~ ldt,,,sml car. -- will. mew.w and t+he d14' .-"-- .,o... ...
8. theGrand Dukii conceived the &'ps--r--w the small settles are turning back
.tu D 1_. -e___ haveI.a.. .ay Ito Kin. Cau_ Tt is thb mam old

emotept iites of u4hvig a sr A I, Se Ita in the main. y agree.
.hip It'which respectable boys. M fThe some that met o9, Ie wa
be' made thorough A en, withltbe sont que A boot)' *iu e up wa
beet of surruundwns. The "AIDBn Uacu L leaves, Aootjn lap tted
ship Gorotiersgin Eli aUeth that_ jdfen t leant s ;% l _pbtfore
came into beint. The Grand Dike l Chairman decokpnted' with
was joined in his enterprise by a flowers and evergreens; the girls in
member of people inflienttally-aeoci- their gay attiret-, the yotunig en u
"ed with the shipping enterprises of their Sunday best, their fates an-
Germany, and the idea Joand much ing, countenatice siuiling with antics
favour with the Emperor. lie con pat'ed ple4auie all LiUtAe showed off
t*ribatesirom his private purse 10,(XK) to advantage by the 0oft, dull lights
marks a year to the school ship. HiP oj a ew laimp- iani:U aguuad.
example is followed by Tany others,1 Quite a lot wias eu said about
and by the German States along tbe these meeting by tixoe wiho periap
-.soL K9p1e. BO 4 o not take the traoble to lotk
Saeh ekotribt w -neessay. Ab, A eat,a tihe strfaie of LhingS, whd e
11 t $iwM e in .N-k.eq.ired a6ei eart, 1M0 w in my t with
yiay 111.10iM-M a" be fthleir feTeni. who C% 4dptli.
S e The annila J t of their. weaker brethten in tle
149.e isSaw- to-b o"t it tlfecuior. -wt e0tWT
Tr ,e a.e a iA 117 boy f_9 0ij*h't, c+tiau .,,ed A !
14 l 6no m Whho o ,tl> i -tWpresent a.coe,..:
for oue yes staining, and ocade Somo. I isseaed to noea,.
from 16 to 18 yc oldM, for.,th rea_ nin.eu. ver o yg-

veyiug to the soul 1e plemasre
experienced. "There is in souls a
sy,,patby with sounds." The chair
aen e4pa la s r( 1gr4l#.quent-non-
leninTtr sniter, using wFrnd found ia-
no diotiomary, and shbis#t from
anoor.Icious agnoranee I'4 sinning
wilally is order to, *.. 14 Iport
Funny, irrtsatibly i lagms .6 eites
even stupid. &o those n t*mstonmed
d4uch,[yet t.iL,aiaWM.*. tity

I can invite my friseds to
the time pleasantly of aI m ibb

ish mesa. TIe all .
" "poor bat mspeuabVle". paremtl
andare- raIrrrAd free of cost by
"SAhool sh.p SeuiaLy," which ai twl
same uf the orgaLniaion.
The North Permian Lloyd S.S. Co.,
she Hambarg4Amencau Company and
tbe other leading shipPg firms of
Oes.sany have a intraed *thow -e
very much in this shool-hip e&.
Beside eoaiributing largely to the
Scost, they uare pgeed to take ..the
bos as seams on thel ir bp%, ppd
trmt.ede, a~at, ..g S eor
Thea the Merchanst Ma a op.
,sena will i a fewr lernd,
emach I d Lthe m

Ths eoinmasisat W ..
liger, and thI e ph ter .os;rl%
K tawitte,, both from the Gera p,
The Gr er in .'J4isbth w
launched last June. If th9 e.et'Qi-7
*hip is proved at practiestaibea, more,
ships will follow. She leaves fr.
Havana-on -anday.. -_
We may add that Capiia atAedjier
has had a distinguished career is the
Gcru.an Navy. He served. in .she
F ,Aro Pauneian ar... After aptvinu
as Governor of 'Germian New Gi'neA
he eommnanded a German AMrOt. ex
edition. This is hi second visit tu
4Jamete .-
A 65
A Northiamptonm bs.. land.
havingohb s *diktu&I ecenrw
foi a5lle tW r' a htn ftov*
Ln an nnIiniBand 'ttoare. The latter

Ytc iuereeAL.e story of the rejected stone. It is a
Yu LIBRAL. pity, however, that having the
Sboaoa, emablisbed, more of the
a tlers are not putting ix Cocoa.
AlMusic-hall Trouble A ,: ,I ,e o, but the ma-
1-- ,j 4Ly ,.j1Alil duauinated by the un
In England. -ruttiee Wills and a jury j fortunate laissez faire policy. Plant-
lately heard the case of Mis- Lydia ing cocoa ct,-. .tMia Oin o trouble. It
Dudley Scott, ut mu'ic hail artiste. o .- pot I k, (ticec 'n pimento, so" n
plays under the name oftLydia Dndley, by t, e aiL :,a. ,i.rt -, and thii i
Site sied Mr. Frank Farbuck. stage a measure accounts for the fact wh3
manager at the Pepple's Palace, St. l it is not a popular permanent crol
Helens, for damages for slander. &t least in this district.,
Miss Scott is twenty-two years of Apropos of cocua,. we used to get
Age, hsritg edrni lted tier pro- them from the, Hope e ar4eaa at is.
fesuional career LtTm age of tesu..per dos.. pods, nost free niat, ith-
Whitu engsmd t th- eoplb iaa tWhe paq. fe w, mon ths UI price
Pala6;' she took her .father to.f.t ba. bean advanuqoed,t, K, pr do.
lponumanee. The defadan aw hi .J a is 4 otiu a oy pe
thu., called the pl psif iie, mnd snap great ditdaaUl in getting
E "A ; th r ar'plg ths -ld'h -it -4anr s-iUabe-. ods Iare. Can you, Mr.
iprope t; that t 'M piflaUt, wa' a advanced so hwh .
thief, And bhad taken the chain mtieuo A new poet oflico ia to be o pucd
visitng at hm *o-" -rotfr are be- at Albert. TOeA, a arbofb of Ulter
fow'; ad' that' It 8 wae e. re- 1 miles diat*l a emly
turned he would give .her in crg'. This little iallep Is getting
Her father had had 'be ctfith r gn a bead, especially sine the Colon-
over thirty years.. When the plait- I al 8.ecreauy then cting Gerernor
tiff told he. faihWt he brbughit in pai eS, telrqpla there. ,
two py6leemet, and 'itilted te de- Ulater Spring is aAo soisg in for
fendant to give him and his dangh- a ney departure. The Exc ange is
ter in charge. This tie 'defendant' being repaired. Whea, n.ipqahed a
refused to do, but, he declined to private Middle Grade School boys and
mikte an apology. girls, wil be started. A teacher for the
The defendant gave evidnee that girlii depart men tha not bh obtained
rb-li6oietly bettieed that te plain- yet. (Oi di. that tlhe oiTl p To be
tif's father was wearing a chaim ran by a committee Qoupistipg of
he had AMissed four y e arm .. He Revo. J. R M. Cla, eanjE.J. Cgoke,
m entlbned It t the plalt ,ti who I and Messrs. Brandt, .prn, and
asked if he a 1 to caller eL. Cae. .. .
I. .l M bOL.e of tha. ..ra0 peeds of this
4.t1s6idt- 4-2 e d; i t4vi riei as a good sbhaalkpr. There
second was bos ?#og. Dplumid i t log.a -nian
Jim fa W704 iak -asad; or b eob


Spole' Tt~p.ie ..

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t ;bm. TJ s .ml ..K la*

twing kleniui. !aW .Th te Jtt lbtdiortWe ef eWlaB. org,- Iwy An. i w e rjg nore
,,mss ,elhe Ur watbciM.f ,-.pIpular. C deCeves to be.
diMenmting literature .C of .mP -.U.S ve. t
amiaatifle interstta .-1Mi t* s tt..- What tb4erPlflS iI "
Sclub sad ,a&-iaa ug *jit. '
ari- on. MuLst i5 AMPR ,roar40 oOtmDpBiary a. Corn wait ll DoctOfts td Thy Lady
-those who do9 not do 'jusr ed 4i s w ,dd wite..,--L_ t lek arM d.. -- .
Or inutL we scorn those who, Dot N .a utpdti ea om of ihe evnd- wIicn The Governors of the klPtOtfield
a. position to. do pt. s-t U1i4ea ot h vft ffeoted as in JAtmaio Rinue the.tInfirhiarv, En.qln14,. haie 'had the
." feaing thle soal,'. use thu.temials birth af the-year in t hMas jobs. slAMed. rerlgnation of six houoraryr nargeoai.,
.t., ,-oommand, LLtMthairif't.kx- ginw-itb, in .Ju atea tihe peat becausee Miss Murdouh'. Clrke, u-aI
of altibernlity whl io.A4q, 1.hmt. luadratonal factor, tbhe.newepap*r, Jappointed junior ihoute tlr-teoa. By
a good oaue. Trae,stiil* there has becn broagthViut omore pooalarity. a majority thbe Goverf, Ir deldt.d to
are fight .' filty. JmS 4nacrsO The PPM ta ntiA y -ee0OsiWt If Ask Miss Clarke to ic(ig,; and to
4oks, intdecent jei M1dfi64n, btl Jamsaa these are mere accidemta .ad not past half century aI the .Mother ignatlct beint the wily bodition
inevitable conseqnaese enagltgom-sntry and otter hviizdhedow tries- apon which thn Lounb .y asnidical
a party. Where will we I.ood r th.e friend and adviser of the people. I Ine would. renew there services.
-sB uanntltebted 14 m le Wtme -. By it. teacthieg and mOifPense for Mis- Clarke stated that, As this
.. .. everyi y hides poed the. dark,i loathsome supers-tition was a question of -ptUrtple with-
a"itl. er y d ,," t g >Jf.4he inlaby"an@ of the Island is fast the medical men, so t was with
at ind. nto .v. ;l an intellgcnt ra~ her. She was fighting fle tAt.tle
*0o.... wind ,Iinto oit,4liss X a P Aliac l gro% of medical women, nd Rhe adhbnei
t -p 406* A .ow. t ruf lh hit t.henc indifferne^.Bo ,reign.Mov rlidn 4-e-
Should these Partis 1,nmour- Topday opinions are given and taken dismiss her.. The (;overfil' Sa
7W VYIPWVWWWShould these .3 i4 a L .A*. I. I ..i- li a ..~ir y- n ... .. r i .u' ta :n .. .. a,.~

conducted the refreshment
bat was discovered and fl--ed
the Toweester mnagisrates
illegal sale of spirit, IK''r

for the"
and cig-

an violt.-%As eevisw"fr w s ~
A ) e an w.ow"n6DaaOSf~
Ut tisumS, at %l

ini-t int I f.-, ftahM Lim nu iairn

agd!. U adoubtodly 00. MsVl ila ng 1IT j T IIvlrlg u nqin n
abanotetheowittavailli The thesoeial and' impeH -cr-a am 1 s of after oeme didAmisindeldnt
people must havv;#and .pqhae Oe heeollit. Wesals l Misik Chrki.

S ritnrtnnd iDray ha-h!e- boxed and ready ter-sse
S I tmi -- (zmade of Naitve Wood)

L is.,-FRA v- ',gay oItintt.n.- KRooingi IT.i Ham ,01rant3r. ,100
tliaFnarCs, udirwa Awutrpaf3rw- Om siafcns'
TTe < 'rean Fre.-zers. ] tI J qt.. -tftehle 1Brwut Mfi
39 KING STREET, S'.rks, FBioveln, FIlem, Scissorme,
*3 Bedroom Lanipml, liar. cw8e ie eznig, ett., etc'


.1 WcijTWINU from wU ifst n



R ail Tbe desire in to interest C161411,11 ni~
13who are atten'1in, Ele-cre iit:iry .-whoIto k rjcj~k.T=A T PA STES

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Iame *e tur valuable C CA.
3TS'r and fInd protect. .cobustt do
without thaLm. I have used them for sdme e
forndigestion andbiliousness Bd an sow CoM
e ely.owed. RecommendM tem. A everb y on.
ce tieyou will newr be without them in
the tamly." Ew. A.H MaR, Alibany, N. Y.

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\vrr Ku.uLI
We offer two priz-s. the first a
volume sad the second a quarter's
subscription to the Titxs, for the
best solution of the foulli ing puzzle.
Nea:tre-s and good writing vill te
counted in deciding oa the solutions
f -r, d ,d. The-e msit reach the
TiMsi ( ')ttice on or before Jan. 25th.
1'i zt<' z i ners will he announced in
Iour -ue oi Febit ary Is.
'The conditions in all our Children's
Comnpetitions are-
Those competig:-
(1.) Mubt be below 17.
(2.) Mu 1 send ua in full, their
sakue, address and age.
(4.) Must have the above certified
by a subscriber of ours.

Take a word to fill ip thefirst line.
Th- same word, behead, fills the
second, -nd again beheaded, fills the
third blank.
It your friend you --,
You will find them grown -
Before you're grown -.
To find a lucky ,
Which tells us of.a -,
We hunt the field all -.
To me it's very -,
That foolish old king ,
Judged love only. by his --
A nan who tries to ,
His hearers all should -,
A nd ttal do good to .
W\tlh ohi< big, heavy ,
He w'as breaking the ,
When he fell off the -.
'Twoqld be useless to play on
the -,
Or even to strum on the -
To soothe the ferqooous, wild --.
The night was dark, the wind
W a _, .... ... :._ -.
Slowly I climbed te roeeky ,
My heau t foreboding every -.
Ti. soldiers, warm from recent --
Drank from the eool and. rippl-
ing ,
And soon they all were very- .
The bride to bought as with a --,
They ring the bells, they seat
ter --,
And all the while her heart is--.
His coat was like a raged --,
He inrely was an awkward--,
As ever came from hovel .


draw tier 'puii .' autie n to the
The GOompet.ition is open to chil-
dren attending Elementary Schools
ib ntv part of the Island.
Two looks are offered, one to the
girl who do.,h best, and ithe oihe
top the boy who doe bestt.
Competitors must give the best
answers they can to tLhe following
Which is yo r favourite poem and
what veree in it do you' like b .
Give your reasons.

I s"

Solutions to the Cheas and Draught
problems Are invited, and A ill be duly
acknowledged if received within the
following wetk.
Chess Problem No. GO.
By D. Kunetieky.
BLACK (Six Piecet).

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Winra (Ninte Pleuse).
White to play &ad mae'in 2 moves.
Draughta problem No. O0.
By G. aseoligne.

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O vruve'ielgil iwineoy ror Anect ons oI u e iruaoal, ei.
For Vocalists., Public ,pekers and Voice Users Generasy.

The following letter has been received from the wife of His Grace the
Arc~ op oi Cantebury :-A
S"Lambeth Palace, S2rd April, 1901.
< ENTLEMEN,-Some years ago yon were good enough toAemd a ftx of
Dr. Barks' Antiseptic Throat Pastille to the ArIbbisop of Canter-
bury, while he was staying with the Bishop of Liverpool for a few diys.
Thb Arobbishop has used the Losenges constantly sinee, and finds great
and relief from doing so.
Te Arhbisop 4* geaeraly lsuppled with the Pastles by Messrs. avory
and Moor, Belgrade 8 e LOear, e..W.
Yourtt faitbdlly, Signed BEATRICE R. TEMPLE.
Meaara Ewan&, Soa" & Co., Liverpool.
Sold by all Chemnists and ruggists.
None genuine unless bearing the above jrade Mark.




The Canadian Warehouse.
WE tender our sincere thanks to our Cuiwn''fr' q ,or thde measure of support
tendered to us duir- *he Christmn season, arn win.t .,has been the mean, of
making this OUR RECORD XMAS.

The Cana4ian 'Wamh so.-27 in-steot.


Ifro are a Connoisseur just try eitheopf the brmad

-We-anaCsupply all wants in Qigrsa awnd Cig-nretteg.
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1. Kt to Q 6th6
if U Kt, 2K4, obB4 (*.)
S K tka Q S. B.to K 6 mate.
If K to Q 3, 2. Q to R 8 (eh)
K -si Kt 3. Q o K 6 maw
If any other, 2 Q to K 1 obh)
Any move 3. Q to K 6 mate.

Black : 4, 7, 8, 19, 2, 201, ,6K. 29.,
White 13, 18, 21, 28. 30,31, S2, 6L
White to move, and win.
13 9 I 21 17 28 24 31 24 I26 It
6-18 13-15 | 20-27 j19-28 W Blus
A. N. Stuart (Falmouth)-Your so-
lution of Draughts problem 59 was car.







T HE POPRIETORS of the above Estblbfhment, having seared the
-o9a CIaSr also up-to-date Attendants, have determine
to place t inotel department on a
Breaktga, Leucheon. and Dinners, as also Cold Suppe a, .can now be
applied 1 4thd shortest notice ar. reasonable rates, either on ir offe the
G* OenO *meh taking their Meals down town, as also gentle.
en a r the country, a particularly remindedofthis.
-s a. ... llitilm a* A kw mA d udk hm h r l e na1 r AmA*r Amel a 1. i Ain&t 0k. a

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In reference to the Competitioq
which wa not taken up at Christmas
time we have the permission of the
gentleman wh kindly offered the
prize to make the following a- aounoe

THE Private School, kept during
the 1,'-t year, by Mr. Robert
Bailey,at 73 Chutch Street, Kingetov-
wil be reopened on the eth January,
PWOL The continued support of par.
meant and well wishers, re"petfally-
aoli ted. "..

upper floor itilelrable.
An effort w.41 be made to make the Bill of Fare particularly tempting, t
while the Bat, as sual will continue to be supplied with the
NOWm LZQTOs, sto.

N.B.-Bedrooms, Cool, Comfortable a il-Convenient.


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. Lord Salidbury is pesi*tently ered
ited with the intention to retire after
the Coronationu Same the death of
Lady Salisbury. the Prime Minister
ha. not been t.te same man; the
state of his health has been causing
grave anxiety to 'bis friends. His me-
mory -does not always serve bim, sad
his physical inertia growaheavier dsy
by day. r
Mir. W. T. Stead and the Rev,
Harold BylWty pracpitor of the New
A4e newspaper, .eaime ureties in
10 0 eaeb for Ka.ae, who is being
por Treasonz. .
Ibsen *ontiunes to be in a very
serione oobditon. He is no longer
able to walk, and is qmts atremd
both in atad and body. His physi
eis"a will ao" pariat to do 4 y
work, and there is na hope of bit
recovery. His condition is hopeless.
a"d he kaws it.
Pan -A and tha entire .eMnr.-y
of the Vamdeville, London, recently
aat *fl n Radrnaim- h am m -n b .Iv

retired minister from fetland. b' now

A cane of MeNish Ltd. vs. tneI A ne.wChuureli Aimy H ;W ihas been

teriei) Kixigstos
Pr'etideut tousevelt has .tii
lierited -aI ortae .of between SSAO
and M,0O0 by the will of his agel.
Croker he.. exprGood a iddsed
.pllo tat SBeley would make.&
strog Presidential ceandidetis 1904L
"eley IS a""Waing L aSfi* hs
decision of tere--eat 3mcelom
that eclo mDSd'wned 1hi '
Mrs. Patrick CaMPW.1, the "Samou
ae~ess, is in to Ameren.... heehme
at Chicagoinxth -'Magda!' mW" t
biavd... severalnew pieces In the

SiW as try frvln mhas a Wssoai
for tea of which few lass eem..booset.

Mr. Ranl Caine, Who a,

I..ra fhj Enunpmdmmrean4um ifarn'got

5onUSI *V e U&S) TOW U qt -v.1UV -=% .- -- -
dhe King to perform Serooge" ,ind grapeed copies of his Eteral Ciy."
*' Papt's Wit.." MA Leno felt s. Hfie onnsequently eonsented "' o
specially gratified at the command, s autograph" one thousand 4opies, to
he did nut ,einember any previous be Aold at six shillings met, the pro
oooasion on which a music- hAl artiste ceeds to go to the basar fund,. Mr.
had appeared it a private performaance Hall Caine giving the fall amount of
before the Royal Family. He sang hi. profit on these copies to the fund
"The Tower ,f Loundn," ** I'e t-unse I Mr. John Heywood, a well-keown
Buying" and The Hunt-rn-n His -Manhester publisher, inimediately
reception was "glorious." %ud the i ordered the entire edition of t:e
King gave him a splenJdil s rf pin signed copies.
bearing the dt mnBunted by a c own and ajterLwiLin Guevera; who was last month playing
with a thistle, shaiuiock, ad. rose in at the principal theatre, at Antwerp,
diamonds. smes with a hoing seeideat. While
France boats perhaps the yvaug ol she wa dressing before the ire- ta her
actress wh. ever appeared upon the room at the theatre a spark 'set ire
stage.. Her name is Su auie, her to her dressing gown, ad in -an
age ahe and a hale, and her part is i "tat she was enveloped iat imes.
a t 1e the little boy in Masenet's The lower fart of her body was ter-
me opers., tGlelidt ,"i the- t7 brut. dlie. kevera -s only
Opera* Co1m'iaP. She t- at qUte .ter of age ,
0lnble sprig Of bAb) bULd itb: plamnp Trhe 1l6e, o f New Yodr" ast
eheek~, large 'bll eyes, and prey present beowu reviVed at the Century
ways. Bendes thi.., t e i rely an Theatre Mi Leasiong payinV g the
atress. The eomtaay is fall of stori ttle pert. % .- ,
adhereBatte.BasNin. Otaee Masenet Mr. F. Collymore, Montwmg Bay.,
enoouterd fier, and w as comtd. has been pre*enA 'with aritung
"You have done year part exceed. desk by the (,huaric pweple who
ingly well,' said tihe composer, beaLs. appreciate his indefatigablea services
leg pate;n4ely. "Yes,' atid the little ai trannmI the Chair.
woan.u with an artist', composure, ,King Elward returned to London
" I felt I last To sday, and opened Parliausent
Mr. C, .ina. a Dalh .lfi4 rrnoreI. Ion th" 16'.t. He remains in town
atnLtat.L i- v-t1siigu i i.- iiaud. till M.ltch .3rd or 4.'u, w..en he go2,
We regret to know that generall to CanieA, Fra-ce, for a week.
LuAper is again sick, and sincerely hope
he wili soon be restored t, health.
He is now on two imonthe' etek leave. TABLOIDS OF NE.WS8
Mr. L. C. B. Yeomin, now in Oeho -
,wa. am-ong the _r*t three men "A public omeadal" is the I Au in
to sake the Oath a* Miltiamen when Demerarian papers for ti s opomsal
the body was eoattitnted in 1845. to renew Mr. Candatl's IW0D s lary
'Adniirl Sa aupon ws ery ill out of a 750 Lgrant.
In a suagg teu U.-bmet of Buii- On nthe :2bih Mialabre's lawyers,.
se4 men" for Britnin, Sir Alfred Jones Meesar HIrvey & Bourke wilI move
is ta loutns Stere ary. that Yates apeal i. the si against
One of lthe at known woiers in thetr client be disissaed, ems nor
the aese of charity in Kin ou is having been secured.
Mais Harvey. A Kingston woman- ad St.-
The Rev. W.C. Marray D D. preaches phen Miller arrested bb sha
at stewart Town Baptist Chapel on thinks he tried to poison .er with
Master Sunday. b'eadinto which he paut letone.
Tuo wdfe of -Dr. oseph Parike e eas before the CIrtT u Wwlefuu
was the daughter of Mr. ndrew .day bt was discharged.
Conisuon, of Suaeriand, and before St. Ann's Parbolual Board is urging
her m-tuagtbe deceased lady took Dr. Johnston M. L. C. to-stronvly
deep tiIterF Ti uTjte Itoir Ital*t1 mapor tthe r .pest thWeWUtrgea
her native tewa. On her death, Dr* 5 per cent on taxes that are n ar.
Parker decided to have a new and rears .
rger iestisatution of a similar onir- Pi4mae is Cub's Presitddh
atwaer to her aeitearf., and this building Mr. Gieaves has drawn attention
has recently been opened. It coat at the St. Anu'u Board to the two
thirteen hmi red pounds; the whole vehement language employed there
expense has been defrayed by Dr. by Mr. Miller. Tthi latter rttracteo
Parker. the ending expressions.
The Mnaging Editor and a re- The R. M. 8. E Captain Darnal
porter of Mr. W. R. Heast's yellow came to Kingston on SUd tstea
iernal, the tAicAgo-Americas, have of on Frid*y. Stsrtin froa Bngland
eeently been conimitt.d to jail for on Chstma Day with 2I aen ers
ferty and thirty days respectively for --U met gla aieiC gale and tremen
daftnta Of o.nirt ji.. -Ae&jt She be Vai nl' -*A& I 1.

- flli, -ha. fJ#wm t. A-RM zhikh .- r~nxivdh e. nsa Se wma- ktr x, ht-' 4 .d 1A ceiz i&'a

Kinvsstoo R. N. M Court last reek be
eaiae a vlaim fur- 00 "dasma&es w o"
mentioued on the plaint note. The
R. M. can nly deal with damages
to 60. The 200 was iasertei by
mistake but that was urged in vain.
The Plaintiff* wanted to establish
their right& to certain land at Bronid
ley. This defendant agreed to their
Arrangement are proceeding in the
Boma Cstholim Chureb for a Council
regarding ie Higher Critissm.
Twenty eae days imprisonment
was Louiwa Lotina's punishment in
Kingston for stealing d worth of

The ghipmaster who brought a
allow fever patient to Barbados was
Alied 100.
'#eu the transport stopped at
Barbados to lead the Lanes-hires and
take off&h .dawrted ud were leftinthella d.-
SThe "LUs Ann" a euaster has got
w.-..rmkd LAt-M n 1iw& and) Moute

go Bay. Mears. Santfleben of Lnanea
owned her.
Mr. OUear Lyons, very well known
in Kingston died here suddenly "t
hemuorrhage on Saturday las..
The Ithrkins Theatre Comnpany is
cOming here next auonth a'tcur touring

The fu1ialadLOn tOie of (be new
6LIveapool Care4.,eral will be laid next
summer either Iby tli King or the
Prnnoe of Wale.. I', the Fund for
tLui our friend Sir Aifred Jones has
contributed largely.
Rev. W. A. Findlar, Anglican, i% off
from England on a o-ewnd official visit
to West Atrica, accompanied by Rev.
A. Pool, one of fnur student
who recently volunteered for mission
work, nad who will settle at Bathurt.
Rev. W. T. Palher, & A., who is to
have charge of the Theological college
at F.ettown, Sierm Leone has taken
up his duties. He will harvp under
hs care ell the 0 adie andidates
for the niuistry in Western Africa.
A new training nstitaum -is h be
erected to the La itriet.
Mary a -4r111O year
old, ied imlram atO te d of last
year. She was the last reprewn.
strive of the slaves who wmre im-
iorted directly from Africa.


(W e Will bE pleated -6 far aLt thir u%`
po~sible to ansivcr qc ', rtit'"col-

Au Anglu American line of steam --
ers, 6 ol f S00)4 'nno, will t ir[ tqi J. M SplinW G.,t:don TFie special
run between istoul amid Nw York rmedic.. provision yovu mention was
Colonel Ward distributed the Ritle open tLM H"t li-.ttit-I, he it lasted.
Club Prizes to-day week. Major Gru- But evidently it was only made for a
chy in speaking onAbe occasion cosus time while the particular disease
mended the good scoring shown, 36 '* Black Voumit." wai alarmingly
primes were dutriuted. rhe Urgent prevalnit.
Team was first in the Plate Competu- MUNRsE DOCTRINm-a correspon-
tion. Mr. H.E DaCoeta won a seroni dotte quar a what tnisoas. Put brief-
prise. ly 1 4 popularly, it is a policy ti
They gave youngster ten lashes at wb e i th: United Stat es of America-
hT Kiingesm Pote-< rt lat waeiw.- taids moreor less eimamitted, which
for seeing a pear of lasts. op. tee the ides of any postica of
The rtisan's Union is trying t, thti twv 4nuerieos not now owned by
return to existence. a Europead power beonming their
Luces-held ito meeting re the Vie. possessior. Europe, it thus declares
toria Memorial with a :small aMnu- c annut acquire new territory in Am-
dance. JLocl depression aadurt- ,, -riea. ith the more violent
"little being done. Subicfiptior fits Aimeriran legislators the idea is .oume-
are however opened. tinaes expressed that even the parts
Nathan Smith, stowed away on the of Amenea now owned by France,
Adier hben she left here for Ne- ritain, Holland and Denaiark wtuat
York, discovered, was mutae to ultimately, by force or purchase paIs
work and given to the Police on the from their possession. Tlie pufivy ii
return here. Tobacco eleven packs, named a&ter Mouroe lwho was Presi-
were tuund on himn. These he .-ent ot tbe Un.Len S.iat I It was
wa, accused of stealing, but acquitted. broached by ht, 111 .. rhe policy
The stowaway ch large was- not presi has never been dtcfinite'y accepted
ed. by uny otlihe-g.eat Power. rbe
The Petition that thbe death ben- famous Doctrine in fact though often
tene into Curtin's ease beoommuted on thlie lips of Americans generally
was signed by the Mayor followed ba- never been very definitely state
by P. Stern F. L. Myers, E. A. H ,oy uiy responsible Stateisman. So
iIgartI Eq1s., Capt. Ogilvie f.. that when the English lpaver the
Ogie d 900 ot,-ers, there wa ,dl, S ctator recently suggested hat
a ptitonu from St. Catheiine. Brituin shonlid acciae to the
TIhe Orinoeo when the dii rantee u! "'.Doctine" sant that The la^ttr saou d
from Colon brought among other. firrt be some 400 Chilian sailors who go t. reumark.e -- Dtine the. Monite. No
man and bring over a *arihip bunii Ainet4 an statemain s l.i.d rnttugh to
for ChOU to England. atieiunt that tet.t Soine 01 our
North Haiti ha. had bad weather, t.- tst n i- have sought to define at
eme than ours even. in the forum of debate where thiyg,
,g %.sam awaraeA Swiri, a bneman were not responsible for any re -uls8
whonmessimedite Polioe in usie Rash to Now fom tei r words, but, *0 -n
ford oaW hai ever ventured to give it a definf-
Amid much picture.que towtooliug, tion applicable to all cales, and we
Bedward baptized" 147 persons lIos venture to say that no one living
WOeO iWd ~ drawn by u orfe power to an
The Spanish Town Connert to aid inkstand where he should te compelled
the Baptist Church was sueeestul. A to write n uc a deliuttuon Dauel
dialogue repire eutine Japanese girl.. Webster once gave a comprehensive
on a visit to J amitca was a clever statement of the D. c rine by saying
and Interesting feature. It was ,u I that a case for its exercise (meaning
through by the .Misses. Jeffrey -imith la c.te for our interfterenee in the
Mr. Dixon fixed a meeting with hit attffacs of another Aueaiiian state)
oonstitueats at Black River on Thur' rin-r be diaxer to our oeunrity, or
day to dieauss political affairs. danger, manifest and imutainent danger,
Mr. Olivier has wsked leave to have to our ehential interests.' But if
his salary of 1,500 reduced by 1i0 this were inscribed ou parchment as
Mr. Chamberlain refused to allow it. our understanding of the Monroe
'EThl akefielt school in Trela& ntc Doctrine, England and all the Pou ers
has riens from 41 marks (.3rd class w8uld siay; 'We have always be


The Hon. T. H. Sharp will be
leaving the Islaud shortly after the
openng of Counnil on Feb. 4th.
Mr. J. W. Thorp, ,s-u editor of the
Qleoner, has returned after three
months' holiday in England.
-Mism bD vi, of the Jubilee Hospital,
is eja rotate for Jamaica.
Coimma4nder Ogle is here to
loed ,,Oui.ander Roberteon of the
The Rev. Jas. Davidson M.A., a.

was impossible to run on time against
seuh weather.'
The R. M. 8. Orinoco, delayed for
mails at Colon, did not r-mck KiBx
ston till Monday instead of on SundayV
as usual. The mais were delayed
by heavy rains.
The Proprietor of a Westmnoreland
Penn, Old Hbpe sent order from
Retlaud at Chit-eso to kH la B tr
and feast the penn people. 3800 bene.
fitted. -

and 44 average, to 48 ark, .tna
class and 65 average under Mr. J.
M. Wal er.;
Three local FPioALj bM apapers hbthc
'een permanently s tppretseil, and
seven others have bben suspended ten,.
porarily by Russia on account of the
Rusesophoblain of the papers.
Sinee 1884 the .onaamption of suagw
was ireatesin1 IM0-
SStLucia ts now fhe from ye^l'

sevea in tnat. t is a doctrine uf
universal applio tion. We .apply it.
'to onr own afl'irs daily. +We c6uld
Sit keep house without it. WeV
thcaght that the Mourue Dlocpile
was southiiug peculiar to America-
somothling not know.u before Mmnroe's
time-but now it, appear to be as old
as-the hills and apptlie de to all ages,
WgUireata..and clhies.' Then we
should be ai ,'here we were before
the j- per,' co0neeived g.s aip y



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Solution o, the difficult. IThe Spsc. also held in all the huarcbes, begin- THE TEACHERS' UNION. With the Edge On. .
tator's means well, but we want to' ping from 10 p.m. The damp weather
keep not o0ly the Monroe Doctrine i1 | affL d the atsendaace- in some CONCLUDING NOTICE. It is very nice of yno to wish the
pickle. but all the definitions of it inptanoes. Thbreday Half. Holiday movement
that the exigencies of politics nay re- The Ist January 190-2 oper;ed to The Social on Wednesday came off suct4ss-but do you bisop after tWo
quire." find elaborate preparations for eele very scncesfully. On Thursday Dr. on Thursdays?
W,..at is now generally said of the rating the Anniversary of the Inde Gillies, unable to be present, sent his You want an independent Preo, eh I
Monroe Doctiine in England add pendence of the Republic. At 9 a. n. hearty greetings to the Teachers Then why do you stop your subsaerip
elsewhere, is that it i onut discnssable there was a grand review of'the troops. The Cuonnittee's recommendation tion v ben the Editor opposes your
till the States agrees to undertake to by His Excellency General Paul re Artic le40 A as adopted. A memo views ?
be responsible for the good behaviour Tireuas Simon Sam. President of thd rial will be presented in which the chief It is 'very kind of you to invite me
ofthe American Countries which she republic, at Place Pet"on after which pinut is a request tbat "grave pro. to your chrch-out will fi nd a sme
is inclined to protect against Europe. be walked in procession to the strain, fe.sional mioenduct" be defned. inside of five awkward minute if I
For instane, Germany may have a of sweet music to the Cathedral. The dual system by which the Teacher some?
just claim against Ecuador, which where masses were sung. Divine employed by the Manager is paid by
Ecuador won't pay.' By the Monroe Servio being ended, the cannons the Department a pronounced n- Wisdom And Wit
" Doctrine Geray can't seize Kl-ador again belched forth volleys of salutes, stisfaetory. r
or part thereof as she took a bit of the Chief o' State returned on horse A strong report re Additional Known duties are fixed finer-
China, say. But, asks Britain or Ger- back to thi National Palace accom. Women Teachers was adopted. 30 boardss along life'* way.-Wellspring.
many, will the States then Fiher pay panied by his guards. instead of 20 is asked for as the Great etfott from great motive is
my claim or force Ecnador to pay it ? In the afternoon there was horse miuiuaum salary. the best definition of a happy life -
BEm- BOLT-In reply to C., and bicycle racing on the ChaM de Payment by Results and several Channing.
Falmouth. The ballad Ben Bolt' was Mars. Unfortunately one ecild got other matters were referred to the Life goes from test to test ; it u
written by Thomas Dunn English, ridden down, and expired the next Executive for action. like any other business-the more you
an American writer. He was born in day, The little ehildien had the best Re Immorality, after a firm and know, the noro it puts upon you.-
Philadelphia. June 29, 1819, nod wrote of the afternoon, as they tuonopolked vehement condemnation, the Union Mrs. Humphey Ward.
Ben Bolt' in 1843. the ears, and were seen inm crned- re '-seded as ed emewre" Thornes ay be woven in a emp-
riding tosan from the Champ de Mam improvement of houses, and fixty of let, and sch a crown, though It
in the cheap, frem 2 p im nnuti dark tenure of positiras. It waS : tear and scar the brow, is the em-
EWS FROM HAITI here werejots of falls in getting in recommended that a representative blem of a royalty like Christ's.-
NEWS FROM HAITI. and out of these cars whilst in motion, of the J. U. T Executive be allowed Cha-lpe Beard
HOW TWE HOLIDAYS but that seemed only to have added to be present aSt investigations into- -
HOW THE i D YS,, more mirth to the occasion, and to Immorality of Teachers; that without. yum
PASSED HAPPILY. have enhanced the daring and boyish indtiscriminate reinstatement of im-
propensities of the band of pleasure moral teachers extenuating circum Dr HUm phU iey
(By r-,r owna Correspondent.) sepkere. To remunerate the Car stanoes be considered; that teachers
Company for the imposition from thiA eonvieted as immoral have their Specifles cure by acting directly upon
Pot aU Pa nnc, Haiti, Jan. 4, 1902. little army, thp Mini-ter of Interior, nane- riuhli-hed in the Gazette. the disease, without exciting disorder in
a> me rnid went, *md the General Tancrede Auguste, had, of Re Compulsory Education the ny other part of the system.
new year i rnlgl a week ol,t. The edtrse, to come to an understanding Union re-olved other part o te
festivals are still going ahead, how with them. At night there were "That the time has come er. as.
ever. The s-ason was opened with a rockets and other fireworks. The has conge.to flammuno.. I..
Bazaar at the Orphanage, La Madeline 2nd of January was alss kept np s a when a compulsory clause by ". .-w. wi.wioos .,
y 3-T.tksi. Cabo 0reft&Wah^ftbN Is.
on Sunday 22nd Deceniher. It oD- public holiday, "d the streets con- the Education Law should be a--ib. i at.efm
tinues for one month, during which tinned to present a gay and lively enforced, The assoc ltion is v-oes ones 9m .......... s.
time three concerts are on the tojp appearance with the little ones fan.v. -h .-. -- .
in connection with same : one at the tasticay clad, igitg their parrainw, aware that oet of the objeC""-" .
Orrning whieh weit off with m-wr~l. ,~..... .. is..
ninw ohwnt ifr with mek ., ause e ears dira tcur, ro tons to its being enforced is t.-eim .ame a T Wms. i..
success, the second in the middle of femurs, asaet etc., wishing them teI avhy p n sn s. .1........ --P-t-I-,
the term, and the third at the eloe f- e ing the im nary p tnane s U- s..... m s.... .
of the Sasar. Some -svery ine pe e nn ** It M1a0r110 .........
men of wor exerted by tse On the whole the holidays are D -as*. it CO b pe f T abo. L.ma.n0., Sd m I .I.
orphans, are on exhibition. in on very, pleasantly. Very good tboiughttully carried out so- i--.U.e s...- .s t,.
he orers, o Monday te r ocr being preserved throughout. Cordli to.the scheme which 1s-1 ass.M as..... a.
with a D eember sical ad The rte oeexchauge now stands at thisa association would re t-Casssrh. -ci si s S
with a very fine musical and literary 110 per "ent. so V.
soiree, under the able management of 1Onpedr -e.--te-dm *" Ite
their indefatigable secretary, Mon Mr. Skyes motion with ref.. .'.'"- t.
sieour Spencer. It took place at the to the estbltishment of a scholarship ed4_mu We. ...'a ". I.
Masonic Lodge, 1 Hvfs .5, by t nion w ried.
under the president of Monsieur by tT Unio ELs ctr'w......... Ri..r.'" 148.
J. ID Duplessy, te franu Master of r qII He o Rivr. oirulS.JII
Haitian MUsonry. Where all did -- ---r. '.,wanm & Jo san Is.
so well, it might be invidious to By a D. W. I. Cable we learn that Our correspondent writes : We all
mention names ; we cannot, however, the Daily Mail asserts that England wish THE TimEs a suceessul and pros-
refrain from making al ra -er-nce pers Ne Year and- the ssme to aH -
to the following who won many as resolved to threaten the Sugar the readers of this valuable paper. *. n n. n lfnl nt1l]
rounds of applause, and caused great Bounty Countries with Countervail. The yew, by the way, has already JfW I12i i
hilarity by the rendering of their ing Duties on the Sugar they send broh h blessing. It has comwn-
pieces, vis: Miss Butterfield with Englind. A member of the W. 1. R. menCed with ram, there is also mch ..
"Come Birdie Coe," Miss Beatrice e committee confirms bia. wind. Mr. F. B. Brown brought This Sbol ro pens January
Swaby with he Men are so stupid," fruit on Monday lat week 27th, 1902.
Mis milaine MoPherson ith 6 Put SOUND English and Commercial
me in my Little Bed," Mesrs Fortune, The Ki CHESS. A duatio. gimpu.rt. ad..om-
MaIthon, Spencer, and Wendell g. didates pr ed for at e Cambri. A
Phils with their ea nett Our Gawee has now prolaimed the or nt s oms of problem 59 Loal Eamisationa, and for Maid
Miss waby qnd Mr. Spencer in the K s as t oK ;i the have e wa received from Mr. A. N nation at British and Canadian Univ-
duet "The Gpsy Countes," d isat ton" ."l dwards VII. Dti St Atfem oth) and -L R. P. B. B. es.
last but not lest, Misse Swary, GLatia Bn eiar Rey Pdei De- (Fahwltk) As the latter re" s Mrs. Morrison contianes her El- t
Fredericks, Butterield, and Mesaro ftwoo TIZaa n t r. i-tS" Di- t was Wery nice problem, the r- mentary Class.
SPcer, Holly, N~ote anii ttm s a Iolad Maltwbi ha ,. See a dditon t. and Q. being rather W. MO" RIQ MA.,
id the piece "'Call John," which terrarm trainam nar quw in di.
fairly bhroat down the house ., The trarn t.a.B. i .--
i ne ws aloobly cUt In Ergish the ite mis n full Zi- .1
and M A Elie (ndpla) m ward Wt.. by the Grace -. f God of TOt lltl
een to greA the t Brnitedish Wa loef r i nd h distinguished pt M of s the l oe
the ll rooyhem withered ah ad the ro. Af eonta ning the Prmysivre (Mi.
8pein oere.tion withi a pof dn Dominion* beyond the geas Kin&g,
nstia. y when the "Gotd Fairy God p-r s R Z No B

mother (t the Bitters ft Ial e. The s etodina ity om epo of m sI---T 0- .

rite y" D. b Hof uindutto olerre to a etJk "te ak the hall .=
is suppoe te a anl Trio othy OHAnOB OPe OPor o at HTik.Y,

Chalm The aAhttBesr tad thesr hwaya irseaieteby r anivet was e. "
ami day, there werebton of the Holy t. Africa, ,containing the mysteriT Gad Hi B T Wworip te DMy or.
Sin Communection wat each a. te* Cwdn you "yfe." In vain thehword o s, .ey, (Mdenee) -L. Cii," ad. at nigf rtet 4 n o -
t 3p:m. oat the Stes at Lhalue. The theis extrordinary o toelterk got h G and G d Variety ontertfent
or the "Laylng on of HAnda" on occurred to a clerk te. ask the hal. -

ISand ionat "Of course. a pee th.,e ,rqut e Drw G., so.ni Odle
.hampagnl. WatchaigMT Wlse was It spell" Matine*, s< snd Is.

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anmil fCl rft case. The Judge says he will presentatives are thus placed is A REPRESENTATIVE

Kingston, Saturday, Jan. 18, 1902.

nute it ana give iiS deOlsiOn
later on ; and meantime the man
of law proceeds to battle
through his case as carefaly and
zealously as if he had raised no
point. There can no longer be
to those who think- carefully on
thp subject, any immediate issue

S- about the electites o sitting or
Susscawrxo RAT8s. not sitting.
taud a Foreimgn. The non-sitting paliyeeoaed to be
-- practicable, ceased to promise the
6/- per annum, post free. slightest possibility of being more
3/- for six months, pot-fae& than useless and less than ridi-
culous, on the day- when several
1/6- for three months, poet free. members failed to follow Mr.
Grosox'on that line. It was a
ar Address communications to policy that required the uaion
WALTE S R. DUME, of the whole 14 electives, or it
Editor and Protfrietor. became unworkable. -Mr.& GiD.
ow, a shrewd and tesolute man,
I. H- MAuDnamoi, saw that.. He -must, knowing
Assistnt Editor. Jamaica as he does, have seen
also that in committing himself
107 Water Lane, Kingston. to it wholly and without an
atom of equivocation, he was
A WINNING POLICY running the risk of being left,
FOR THE ELECTIVES. as ultimately he was left, iso
lated from effective action.
Next month the Legislative But t > move alotig this line,
Council meets again. The shouldering all the risks of failure
programme of the Government and its consequences to himself
i* very well known. The data individually was what patriotism
secured by the Valuation Law demanded of him. He respond-
will not be sufficiently digested ed to that demand; he failed,,
to allow of a new sheme. of but it was an honourable fail*
tax being pressed through are. Whatever opinion may be
thi --eeon. It is however held of how. his policy, could it
wnadwpod thu ultimWely a tax have come fairly iu.o action,
ft I or r per cent. along with A would have affioted the situs-
Poll Tax of 4L or 6&. will be tion, the impartial 'mind-' can
the. tdar f* the day. The Gov. do nothing but admire the
rnament are dbtermined to re- man's resolution and readiness
oer% to the primitie and gen. to lead along a dangerous and
rally futile foftwiif raising the difficult road. Hence the indig-
wind by taxing the PolL There nation with which the country
sae of course to be several reprobated the unworthy attack
amendments to laws quite re- made on MR. GIDoON by the
cently passed, no Legislative Gleaner ; and the unanimity
session in Jamaica could get with which he was returned
through without work 'of that wheh he would have- fated the
kind. There mare one or two consequences of his failure to
Oovernmental schemes for re- the'fall and quitted the field of
trenohment which will probably political endeavour. We can
see the light, and there are euly rejoice now that an h",n-
ither proposals into which we ourable way is: opened up for
meed not just now enter, since Mr. OIDBON to resume" his seat
ear immediate object is not to in the Council, in tbe meantime
discase the forthcoming Coouiil at any rate; a mean time that
Swticlar, but to speak gen- may be .long enough. to effect
eraly on what we, in our West modifca'ions which, whatever
Indian love of big -terms, are results from the mew"1, may-
fond of designating Our Consti open up an-entirely ab* line of
ttioa" sad also f 8 the position occurrences. In the paimediate
.. e w elected. members. Ten of presenttthe polty -t--o-sittftng
the latter have now joined in is dead. It is in T to pitch
*g a inemorial to Mr0 CaiN- our tents in t)e g yards of
S R-Li taWi& oT which itio deusd iuews. Thu iamted uem-
get that gentleman's reoant bers will attend the'Council, if
ehanue in oor constitution they are wise, with etemplary
shanqed again. This is a move diligence and aeg away at one
that is n, like to be in or'two definite point, point in
Jiriom, if only it is not allow- pressing which they know they
od to 9 uacooimpaled bya will have or can have'the coan.
practical and definite policy try behind them. Let them
otherwise. In fact (this is a fight a good, strenow .and above
ommendable step in the way ; aU, brainy fight, and victory
th'at i i, sti'Megk asd gives or deteart wtt t'be sii f s
ro *memhes the opi5rta*ity of to them. If they win they have
saving their fae" T' Iter delh, results and asoievements
f sitting or no4-sSt4ing' Under to go to the country with ; to ap.
cover th they can come to peal te when the eiwk'eiare
the Concil and sit steadily otosed for future oonfics. If
Aarough thBmaSeion, and yet be they lose., they have shown the
itMeesA of the charge of gir- truth of what they have said, name-
*9 in to MB. CnAnMRIAiRLa. ly, that in the presentGouuncil the
'I t is recotly that 0 IMl s hate n9t A-A0 fotive
a lawyer who raises a point power. .The nl way to con-
that he thinks should stop the vince the people that their re-

[11 U ~VU I'W- ,,tJ u -y r-u~

noi to a Mert it wiLu a Juu*
voice, but to push somethiAng
the people want pu-hed and
push it vainly.' Then, indeed,
the members can turn to their
constituencies and soy "' You see,
we are helpless" and then will
they find that rising will to
wipe away this helplessness now
so vainly bought for in the tent
of IsraeL. Let our members
win or lose after a stiff well
put up fight to reduce the Gove-
ernor's too bit salary, to secure
automatic registration of voters';
or even on a smaller poini,
such as the making of the In.
stitUte a practical working In
stitution costing a moderate
sum, instead vf the present big
salary to-the-Secretary and no- mo-
U -I t o 1 &

flyw Chut Dlkw" imiUUliSIUv- LUU UL14Y 'a

ney-Ior-oouks-esittanuimmt n w it
it is; jet this happen and the
members will have a new and
growing power with the people.
The Gleaner lately outlined a
proposed change in the consti
tution, upon which change the
T.lbrapl pro-ptly fell and had
little difficulty in showing how
the machinery would jam"
directly it was started. But as
far as that goes, a few altera-
tions might remove the difficulty
and make it run well and
smoothly, .theoretically. rhe'
scheme was well laid -ktfore the
public, with .balance and calm
ness. We oppose it simply be-
cause we are 'firmly convinced
that the needs of the country lip
quite apart from any change in
the constitution. It is men we
want. No good will come to
Jamaica politically till we have
members more prepared to sink
minor differences and personal
feelings and unite on a line
of policy ; members who will
themselves better learn the rules
-of the game, so to speak, th*
conditions under which one must
come if ,one is to win ; learn the
way things are made possible poli
tically ; members who will take
'their civic duties as seriously as
members of the hundred and
and one religious sects who are
abroad in the world take the
work of preaching their doctrines.
No good will ever come utatil
we have voters feeling the
power their votes give them,
the duty of using their votes,
,and-thw desire and deternmia--
tion to use them till, beyond
this, we have the men who are
qualified as voters tualltty regis-
tered as such; till beyond that
rwe have a community pervaded
with intelligent political ideas,
alive to civic duties and possibili-
ties, proud and eager as areEnglish.
men or Americans to bear their
part in the Government of their
country. But while we have a
people who care nothing to
qualify forth vote; people who,
being qualified, in a very large

The Archbisho' has brought
forward a distinctly good idea.
It is that a Jamaican, Agentbe
appointed in Eugla.... to push
our trade, to wri+e up the Island
in the newspapers, to run down
misrepresentation of our land and
people. We cannot however
think it wise to iaticipate the
appointment of such a gentler?'
man as would undertake the
work simply for the honour of
the thing. This would probably
be some retired officiall or mer-
chant well on in years. His in-
tentions might be excellent, but
what we want is a man still
young, still vigorous and 'ambi-
tious, who 'would bustle and
nnah nrl nhalln To *har 1n, ,a,

- .. ~ --J
to get such a man is to pny
him, anri we mu t .Add pay him
well. H ,' uld draw at least
500. lue whole question hin-
ges on this. c'in the Govern-
ment pr'v'i IP thfe in',nev? It might
proPuve t exceIl'#-!i; .1 e~t Dent.


To-DAY week in commenting
editorially on the opening of the
Rescue Hume our contemporary,
the oldest city daily, asserted
that the Archbishop said street
preaching was out of place.
This was mentioned with plea-
sure, for reasons that will ap-
pear directly Nevertheless the
assertion is incorrect; it is a
mistatement. The Archbishop
did not say street preaching was
out of place here; and to see this
the reader has only to turn to the
admirably correct account of the
Archbishop's remarks published
in our contemporary's own columns,
and that only twenty four hours
before "this editorial mistatement
was penn.d. The Archbishop
said, in his opinion, street preach-
ing was perfectly legitimate,
perfectly allowable, but that taking
into consideration the opportuni-
ties for church worship provided
here, it wa. in his opinion the
least useful form of Christian effort.
We heard the Archbishop. His
words and their context did unt
support the inference above drawn
from them by our contemporary.
-The speaker in ,his admirably
balanced, firm and earnest words
said nothing so thoughtless,
nothing so rough and ready as
that street preaching was out of
place. The Glaner has mnisre-
presented the Archbishop, we do
not say intentionally, fqr we are.
not one of those who regard the
Editor of our contemporary as
deliberately untruthfuL Indeed
we shrink from any such idea re-
garding one for whom in severaes
particular we entertain both ad.
migration and respect. But the

proportion 'tail to register as 'vo0- fact is the gentleman has in this
er*, and people who, having regis- matter a theory to maintain and
tered, co0Mib Only, a small percent- with a certain class of minds,`
age of them, to reoord their votes ; Mr. OLIVISRa hea made that
so long Jamaica, politically dead, phrase historic, amd we use it
despite all the fine .leaders ever merely in a separative and dis-
Iwritten, or--fne speeches ever tingaishing sense, ind nao in de-
maadd, will be treated- y Mr. psesias in, "in a certainalasof
CaMA RRLAI as a dead thing. : minds,"the man who has a theory
Does she deserve a better fate to maintain is no more to be trust-


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'l to speak the truth than a girl MAULES" in those days as well as
can be trusted to do so to the BLYTHS and WADDELLS. The
damage of her lover. The at- author with a matter 9~ eight
tachment between Theorist and or ten years' experience of the
Theory is indeed distinctly femi- Iland forgot to ask of the past.
nine, being, strong, blind, beyond Thus he sent forth to the world
reason, aid independent of fact, a statement that was at once
We, a& know how often a woman is incorrect and unjust. Both the
to be seen who devotes herself to incorrectness and injustice were
some unworthy being in the shape pointed out, yet the author, so
of a man, seeing him as a hero far as we know, has done noth-
whom others see as a flunkey or a ing to do away with the bad
p)ltr.on, -and hating the hand impression concerning the Army
that woOld disclose the iman's his words were calculated to pro-
worthlessness to her. Such is the duce. Stronger than truth, dear
man whom itis customary to term er than fact is the attachment
" opinionated;" he will be most of the theorist to his theory. So
uptruthful without intending it; much for the author. But as
most unfair without meaning so far as the Editor is concern-
to be; and quite unjust without ed, times have brought shanges-
an idea eo being anything of the- that a paper whose keynote i
kind. He is perhaps- not to be opportunism must not fail to note.

blamed ; no e is under certain cir-
cumstances constitutionally un-
fitted to get hold of tbetruth, that is
all; he cannot avoid straying from
t,,e high road of fact. He is not' to
be pitlied, for this were priggish,
pity w!,icl i.; akiii to love, on
ntie side, lw.ing related to self
ri1,1hteoL)snetsa oi tile other be
sides if the opinionated man has
his fault ii that direction, we
probably. have ours in another.
We would not therefore say the
opinionated man is had ;. his
qualities may be admirable from
some points of view ; they certainly
are touching, as touching as the
woman's devoted clinging to her
besotted lord as a king among
moral beings, or to her thick-
headed spouse as one of the keenestk
intellects of the day. It is only
necessary to remember in dealing
with the opinionated man that
wherever his theory is concerned
he cannot be depended on to
speak the truth ; he will divide
sides with Fact and the outside
will be Fact's ; for the world was
maoe for his theory not his Itheory
for thu world.
But to return The editor of our
contemporary would have theAroh-
bishop say thisaboutstreet preach-
ing because as Editor he has
to support a theory which be laid
down as author of Black Jama-
ics." He there laid it down
that whj" the Churches were
being Jecurely established the
Salvatto Army entered here
and, not successful in its car-
eer, merely brought into
vogue loose and emotional or-
ganisntions that form oand break'
and, reform, etc. He also added,
"the Army movement wasd.Aan-
gerous and that its agents work
npon the feeling of the people,
but have little or no opportu-
aity of following up the effect
made." This was clearly written
by one unfamiliar with the faft
that open air preaching and.reli-
gious organizations outside the
Churches were in vogue hqee long
before the Salvation Arimy set
&ant iA Jamaica. As regards

Ute Salvation Army is proving
a success in the West Inaies.
It is actually getting on its legs.
It is becoming a power to reckon
with. It is true, we believe, that
the Gleaner even thought it worth
while to tender for the printing
of its War Cry The paper
that will treat with indifference
or contempt the struggling move
ment in its beginning will speak
it, in its growing strength, fair
and smooth, as fair and smooth
as the theorist soul will permit.
Accordingly, we read after the
mi tatecrdnt concerning iho Arch-
bishop, "Revivalism and street
'preaching were common enough
before the Army came to Jamaica,
but they have greatly increased
everywhere since then, and there
is: not the slightest doubt' that'
much of the increase is due to the
well meant activity of the" Army.*
This is intended to conciliate
the Army, now grown strong
enough to be worth conciliating.
We need not stop to pick the
statement to pieces. It is not
worth while. It is aa if a man
said positively This is black,"
and was contradicted. Then he
asks you to agree to the state-
ment that it has some black spots
in it, and so would leave the im-
pression that his first statement
was right. The fact is the O(Iaes.
her's remarks re street preaching
are made from a religious angle
on which the -Archbishop wat,
most severe in his address
They, come from tMP spirit which
wants respectability" before
everything ela- In the.-thntre..
" Here," it says, "is a churoh,'the"
pews are varnished, the floor is
carpeted, it is fightied 'with e6lw
tricity, it has fine music, 'and
its worshippers are in broad
cloth or' godd t*eed; it- siaiers
want to go to heaven let them
come. We are well to do and
highly respectable. If they
won't come, let them stay; they.
are not worth bothering with,"
That is the very spirit which
the Archbishop a-d -At-Btmig
into the.heart of modern Chrie.

open air preaching, it was practis- tianity. Theme respectablee" OUris
ed by some of the very Sq8.h tiansattheirbeat an onlypatronise
Missionaries whom in common the poor ;that is all. It is another
-with ourselves the author so much spirit that has made the Salvltion
admires ; though in our own oase. ArmyT-i power for good; it- is
we would -add, our knowledge another spirit that breathe"
and respect extend to the innis-. from Archbishop NUTTALL's utter-
temr beyond th- Sote~l n4tion.. aces, and after that spirit -e
ality and outside the Presbyteri- would advise oar contemporary. to
an fold. There were Paison glean. As for street preaching,

our friends the Salvationists-will
certainly do as the Archbishop
advises, atrd keep it in its proper
place, for it has a place as a means,
not the only or the most important
means, towards a glorious end.

The chief events of
THE BUNDLE she week include a
or EVENTS, suicide in Kingston
Harbour, the open-
ing and progress of the Election
,Campaign in Manchester, Circuit
* Court at Spanish Town and the
trial of White on a charge of mur-
der, Professor Collins preachings
and lecturiugs in Kingston, the
opening of 'the Bandmann Com-
ic Opera Company's Season, the
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I I I -- .3 --- .1- --&nnAu c l na Istmirinn W ftq.,, *V of--i.n& &I-

the Charity Organization, the
beginning of ten days military
manoeuvres in Clarendon. As
regards weather we have been e-
lightfully .ool and not so rainy s
of late. Montego Bay still sends
up plaint aid ,Lnplaint about the
lmisdoings ,i North Gully during
the recent h-avv rains. In a
letter asking the Governor to
sanction a grant, via the Parochial
Board, of 50 from the "Parish
surplus to aid sufferers, Mr. 8.
Hart says the flood has not been
hestfn in violence these 60 years.
The Governor has promised to
carefully consider the advisability
of the grant and had previously
dispatched 5 from his own pocket
to aid in givingg relief. The
Hemd'd says in some houses the
water stood four feet deep, and
that at the Factory "two large
iron tanks floated about- like
matches in a basin of water." Our
correspondent writes us that there
is severe suffering among many

There were five
A RBAVY SEw- cases on the crimi-
rsyCs. nal calendar of the
St. Catherine Cir-
ouit. Court which opened at
Spanish Town on Monday, before
Mr. Justice Lamb LLD. Rash-
ford was first tried. He had
wounded Wilson with intent to
kill His weapon was a rat~r,
Wgloa is a Oonstable who on De-
oember 6th, 1901, was sent to Cay-
mamne Bstate to serve a warrant
Mn ashford His companions
*s Warris, a woman at whose
instwane the warrant ran, and
Bwh & busman whosubsequeatly
betIavd so well, that Dr. Lumb
wbis always commendably alive
to pluck, and determination shown
in imppors of the law and its officers,
awarding him 3. The Constable
fewd Rashford in a room and
arurstiog him in the King's name:
read him the warrant. As he
drew- the handouhs the man
g ag t him and in an instant
'Wso fao--streamed blood.

ri ft orenaa ana jaw were oadmy
oak- Shouting for assistance he
closed with his asailant, flung him,
and te next minute was relieved
by Swifr who rushing in snatched
away tem blooded rasor and put on
the handoufni Wilson had been
further wounded on the wrist.
1'0. see what I do" said Rashford
"I ast out to take the punish-


Dr. W. D. Neish found

wounds 4j and 31 inches on
Wilson's forehead and jaw : the
former was serious. He faint-
ed twice while being attended
to. Death lurked very near one
of the cuts. The Judge, comment-
ing severely on the serious offence,
sentenced the prisoner to fifteen
yeris penal servitude.

There have been
MORE COURT several cases in the
CASEs. Courts of consider-
able interest. To
siy nothing of t.e unsavoury
divorce' cases of last weeiL, toe
St. Catherine calendar two cases
of a very serious, nature. In
these the women in the dock were
guilty of the offen'c of in the
vne case, trying to destroy their

young, ana in toe otner conceal.
ing birth. Such offences are seri-
ous, because thty encroach on
the maternal instinct that is one
of the strong things at the base
of a natioL's tt!,ength and well-
being. Georgiana Wellington's
misdeed, fur which she is impris-
oned three months, was to take
the body of her babe, born
dead,- and conceal it bnetath a
heap of stones. This was less hein-
ous than MadrianaHamilton's deed.
Her child was more than a month
old. She took it and flung it into the
Rio Cobra, Or as she said. plsoed
it beside the stream. In any
case it was discovered by Clay-
ton i the water. He had but
newly passed the woman on the
road. He, overtook her and gave
her the child. She a rapped it
in a shawl saying It was hem.
What impelled this woman to
her crime seems to- have been
the shame of being spurned from
her parent's home where- he said
her illegitimate offspring would
not be received. Her sentence
* was four years. Thomas whoafter
quarrelling with his aunt, set her
'thatch house on fire after an-
nouncing he was going to make
h---," was perhaps, surprised to
find he wad guilty of arson. He
got three months. Two other se-
riout cases are reported thi week,
as allegations. Miss Whittle, an
Englishwoman, keeping a grocery
at Stony Hill, is charged with con-
cealing birth. The child's body
was discovered horribly torn by
a hog. At'Lucea, it is rumoured,
a woman has kite a girl of 20.

On Monday the
wa TroWO O-ie r Justce de-
oINGLsamRA's oided for the de-
Cast. fendant in Prit.h-
ard vs. McDonald.
Mr. Mc Donald is the wellknowa
proprietor of 0 Kingstota Saddlery
and Harness Depot. He adver-
tised i1899n ahn English p jer
for an assistant, skilled in sad-
dlery and harness work. Mr.
B. J. P.itohard answered the
advertisement, and throughh Mr.

nougers, mr. mcuonaia's agent,
was engaged at 40s. per week,
expenses paid out, on a two
year contract, to be renewed 'if
satisfaction was given. He re-
presented, himself as of eleven
years' experience and ,able to
answer the requirements of the
advertisement. But" as a fact
the plaintiff, though probably


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-, J.-_ S -

witb no anieniion o usirepro. .
renting bis qualifications, had ITH. MAsAU.
only served in saddlery work in J VRaB. -
his apprenticeship. Then after-
ware he worked on harness. He Maneuvres
contended nevertheless -that he Carlile Bay
was able to do saddlery us well our history
m harness work efficiently. Mr. made there ii
MacDonald however thought differ- Militia again
ently and after hearing from his troops. The
agent what were the terms of by train and
the engagement he canoelled the The maneuv
contract, but continued to give are on a mud
the plaintiff the same salary. In every effort
July 1900 however, .he Jismissed make them
Mr. Pritchard who considered The lemons
the digmifsal wrongful. One of Cmmpsigns
the, plaintiff's witnesses sors R. Egerton
to' Mr. MacDonald saying of one' grettable ab
of Mr. Pritchard's pieces of work who greatly t
in commendation, i Thii is Eng- is prevent
S- Py I

aib l woning look at i., u
showing it to his employee
Another witness testified thai
work done by plaintiff at Messrs
Henderson and Co. was abovy
the average out here. This was
in harness making. The case
however pivoted on the saddlery
for which the Chief Justice hel(
plaintiff was not qualified to the
extent of his contract, an ex en
of course which the defendant
had a right to demand and ex

Still another inter
IMMOTAlT eating 'court ase
. to MASON3. This campe befo
Mr. Justice North
out sitting in Chambers on Mon
da The Friendly Maeonic
e owns premises in Montegg
B. The Collector of Taxed go
aup and rAquiredMr. Ramsay
to pay taxes on this building Th
claim was 2 11lie. id. Then there
was a surAarge, making in al
3 3s. 101d. It was contended
that Masonry was not a business
anl before Mr. Maxwell Halt
R. M. for St. James the contontiom
obtained: The Tax Collector los
hiacase, butthe Crown Prosecuto
appealed. The building, used a
an office to transact the Lodge'
business, had income and adtinih
tratiom and was a "*piane w
business" within the meaning c
the law. The Judge upheld thi
view and the Lodge must pa

Professor. Collin
-pn6enooir thit has proved
oo.X. great sucoese. H
comes with clear
strong thought freu Onu of frj
lands intellectual centres, and per
vaded by an earnesttes nobi
dis4ipliaed to high uses; and i
has spoken a message straight 1
the heart of Jamasians. Beaut
fully attractive in his manner an
persuasive, Profeseor Oolli
commands language with -stead,
effectiveness. His reserve pow,
is a thoughtulnmss that pierces an
wins its way, without woundir

or hurting. His lecture on Faitb
on Tuesday night was pervaded
with a robust sense of loyalty to
truth au4 manly spirtual serenity.
" Faith, he said is not the sooepting
of any number of intellectual-be-
liefs; it is a willingness to subject
a awilL It insaesin works- in the
choice between the lowe; and the
higher, of the higher, and the
going on and on."


The attendance at
CHARITY the Charity Organi-
ORGANISA- station meeting on
TION. Wednesday w a s
miserably sparse,
Vut the Society had the advantage
of our estimable Chief Justice as
Chairman and of spepches from
the Archbishop. Mr. Olivier and
Mr. Morrison. Its report Ahowed
a beginning had at anyrate been
made. Work had been procured,
for some; others had been helped
to go abroad seeking employment
unobtainable here, and steps to
develop hew opportunities of work
here *ere shown by the starting
of a class for Jippa Jappa hat
making. 117 in all had been
received. The balance now inj
hand is 51. The applications
for relief were 130. Sir Fielding
Clarke put the aim of the Society
in a manner not to be improved
on; to protect the giver; and not
to humiliate the recipient." Mr.
Olivier efter a stab or two at the
London- Organisation whioh, he
said, had to a great extent organ-
ized Charity out of existence,
showed how useful ous association
could be as a search bureau- to
determine whether applicants for
help were deserving. His idea
was, that a citizen agree to pay a
certain part of what he spends in
charity through the association, on
condition the latter searched into
cases sent to it. The Archbishop's
point was that the Association did
not aim at abolishing private
-ht S.t iL- L h l ll

wisely directed. The qaiio
for directorship was reduced from
1 to-10s. per year.and Canon
Kilburn and Mrs. O'Connor
deCordova, warmly thanked*for
their services as Honorary Sere-
taries, were re-appointed. .Mhe
alayor is President.


Governor in

Curtain, was
prieved from
death sentenzo
Wednesday by
Privy Council.


will endure life imprisoment,s
Two petitions influentially signed
ran in his favour. The Judge
who presided at his case approved
the recommendation of the Jury
to mercy. The extreme provoca-
tion suffered by the unfortunate
man through his wife's infidelity
weighed in his favour, and Bar-
ister Hector Joteph's splendid
defence brought this well

view. Whita'a trialIThe srrangmento were Iexcllently

*The W. I. R. the
Lancashire men and
our Militia are all
away taking part in
on the ground at
rendered famous in
by the brave stand
a 1694 by the Island
nst Ducasse's French
Militia went down
the regular by ship.
res as we said before
h extended sale, and,
is being exerted to
thoroughly practical.
learnt in the Boer
will be applied. Col.
commands in the re
seenoe of our General,
to his disappoiut'uent
d being present by

Up to Thursday evening the case have dune it unto me" was then read
was not concluded, but on Friday by the Rev. W. J. Maund. Major
was not concluded, but n FRoxburgh calling next on Adjutant
White was acquitted. Nnden on rid a wattement concern-
;n" ,. i ',.-. the audience heard
THE OPENING OF 1. Lahll LLL e, briefly, clearly and
THE RESCUE HOME well the ehipf points about the en-
THE RESCUE HOME terprize hlr- nte, ne pointed out,
A REPitESENTATIVE "f .- ,k in behalf of
GATHIERING;. fallen A:n 1aa had long
been flt, In undertaking it the
THE ARCHBIHOP'S ADDRESS. Salvation Army wa.s upported by this
The visitors ere assembleD D in the sense of need, and by the knowledge
large rooa on the lowerstory the o its Auecee. on si nilar lines else-
Marble Hall. The floor here is done where. The Army now worked 118
in bla.k and white marble mosale, such homes, throngh whom had passed
and eapartmentwi0000 women ; of whom 16,VO proved
and airy, is wel adopted for such satisfactory, that is either secured
and ryg is w el adotedfworsking wek or even restored to their relations.
groom the inms to be the Home. In Great Britain alone2,400O women
The ceremony which began a fewee inthe
minutes ~ter four was attended by proved satisfactory. iJaase and the
a considerable number of ladies and unsaimity of desire to serve and
gentlemen among whom werebe upraise such fallen *omen was well
sides those otherwise mentioned, shown, for one thing, by the presence
four of the Deaeoness Sisters includ.-there thatda ot representives of
iig Sisters Emily, Isabet and M ade. ner-lyall the Cbristian bodies in the
line, Miss M. Phillips, M A r. K' island. Tke Home would be indus-
odgers, Mrs. and Mis M. Taylor, trial. They believed Braly in
Mrs. and Miss M .cDermot, Mrs. work, and in the truth i the saying
Alleyne, Mins Lawrene, Mrs. King- o "Satan finds some mischief still for
doAlleyne, Mrs Harrison, Mres RdKing-er idle hand to do." Three lines of work
and Scott, Mes ars. C. W. Magns to employ the women now in view
McBlane and Poison, Mrs. C. H. were laundry, needlework, and the
Kgndall, Mrs. and Miss Williams. making of JippiJappa hats. They
r, Pr saMdt rMr Am. would also establish a Servant's iegs-
brAe, Mis- run.as.a Major try and in time he hoped to induc
T.L. Rough Assistant Co-or ladies to take servants from the In.
nial Secretary presided, His Grace stitutidn. Their aim would toe to
the Archbishop of the West Indies G make a Home rather than an institu
performed the opening ceremony, while tun. and to cast around it all the
spprtrmd oeing h pereaonwhi -influences that make home so dear.
nupberting him appear aRev .dy In love, patience, kindliness and affee.
number of Minters, the Revay. W. wufnds
Priestnal (Congregational), W. Pratt tson would be found stronger rem-
(A. M. Baptist), J. Reinke (Moravian), traints than bolts and bars. It was
. Hunter, M. A. ('Rebytervian) and quite undenominational. Every oae6
. J.Hunter, Md (Wresbyerian) Th r- an would beconsidered on it merit
preWe.tadives of theley Arm rest whether presented. by Salvatiouisits
besides soldiers included rs. Brig- or uot, and special facilitis would be
dier Gale, Adjitant and Mrs. Nadea, given to ministers to visit and deal
Adjtant and Mrs. Simon, Adjutant with particular case. The sum need-
Philips, Ensign Richards.ion, ataints ed to start the Home was 2150. Of
Allen ipsd ose and Leudt. ower this 100 was in hand, and. here he
jflo*erq were arrayedbon the -tand texprosed foris arm appreotatida end
in front of the speakers, and. from tha e aaorthe sTanal aid
the walls, impreusivd ai their s* b the Jamaica Tim mShilling rad.-
the wallnds, impriking i their whi te Although Adj~tat Naden did not
lettering on a red ground,texts such as-,en ton the othepapersmvThuan ar -
Jesus Mighty to same and to keep,," in his brief statement, we k-ow from
Nothing but the bld can save." talks thhim that he duly appreciate
There also silaraed large like- antha ks for the h elp given to the
nest of General Booth,the General Home by our contemporaries the
In-chiefof the Salvation Army, bera i pk. Advolst. sad Olamer.
which the Rescue Home is start The .as having taken the lead h
This picture Major Roxburgh by and the matter was .eutioned as the re.
bye pointed out A he referred to peentave of the Islanld Press Ed.
theArmy's po ed o he referred k. Theremaining 50 he hoped would
A pleasantly situated place is son be made up. They depended on
.Marble Hall; stron spcivus and voluntary aid, till perhaps time day
e i"owhen the, Legislative Council here,
etiegant, it was ete i fuy one haB- would as Australia did nd hgve
sired years ago when such massive woulsdy o sA m gei
-im baiS -.& worn&built...;09-- a suiflidy to mush Homes. Theal.

homes of rich Sugar Kiugs, r King-
ston's wealthy Merchants. Through
,the windows at the side, one sewe
wide grounds, where the dark shade
of the mango falls, and where the
graceful cocoa nut palm soars above
itt fe.lows. There too the handsome
scarlet of the akee pods gleanm amid-
the green foliage and the gnarled
and anent tm-ntcs 0l gie -umme -
white then and there. In front
c .ie gli.apses of the restless spark-
ling sea, for there lies the barwbu..

would be to make the Home as near
self supporting as possible, 'but of ae-
cessity it wonufd not be quite-so. He
apeaed for help from those who
would give or collect.
oennected with the Home were Mrs.
.rigadier Gale, Secretary for sueh
work throughout tLe West Indti-
Warden for thiu particular Home sad
anotai.s Allen and Rose.
The Rev. J. Hunter M. A. was


. F

SI..-- ;. M -..-.. l ...- mnd e and carried out. Visteri were
at Spanish Town began on -reeeed r y vitin.e fliers, provided
Tuesday and lasted till Thursday promptly with the form rf service, and
evening., It was a complicated ushered to their seats.
case, as the readers before whom The Rev. W. Priesnal opened pro- ,
we laid the facts will remember eeding aaby giving out the well known
loymn, peculiarly approiprits-to snob
The murder of Thompson, a goat, a Home.
buying coolie, with some eighteen Reseue the perishing, Duty de.
pounds in pocket, occurred near mands it;
Bog Walk on October 5th-6th. Strength for the labour the Lord
The Crown witnesses swore to will provi;
The Crown witeeBack to the narrow way patiently
seeing White in the neighbourhood win them ;
near to r&nd directly after the Tell the poor wandererT a Saviour
morning hour when the murder ha died. W Pratt M. A. fer
was apparently dine. On the other an earnest prayer in which Wetaia
hand, the defence pushed forward theme both in supplicating snd- in
the statement that White left that thank.giing was that ideal t seek-
neighbourhood on Oct. 4th and ing to save,te will, power and purpose
did not return. Their witnesses to puh the eekin gie to us
swore to White being in Kingston BY JEAUS CHRIST.
swore to White being in Kingstoe Scripture, ending with the words
from the 4th to the 6th. Brrister ,, Inaseinch as ye have done it Outo
Snann*r ,Jtaenh deaf.nded White th. last of these tmy hrethrem, ye



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&m esivetae. er au r u

jA. ArASCA T. lM .

then< (a4Vd ttttit by the 'thairtai .anti vi4,-ws on certain points. He then prr- and pease l but also in that hard fight who accompanied Mr. Priestleys team
delivered a L-ihin address. Thit, hi .... -i, t, tdiicitte the features abo,'u day by day, week by week, mouth in 1897), age 24, (Winohester. Oxft'd
4ad, wst a gre.4.t day iIt the hihe t- \rrmy which nu ti p pnion juLti by moaith,.j~djear by year to wh ch and Hampshire), hassoorued this season
of religious lite in JJamtica. i1 .- b,. Ii *1 -1< ..iriee in tihl 'r,.a4ation In the heart lihS puttiued righiteoun;: 'or the county 169 rUas with an
lived there was joy to-day itn lieav*-u- c'e(aii-rin %:tih work of this kind 'iees wax called. In concluding ave age of 22"72. Mr. Lee is a very
at the inauntIuriion, ot tlAt vwurk. 'IThe Ahrnislaop for one thing struck his tiuiatrks Hi. Grace Apokki useful all round man. His batting
There were two question list lie a, the1 keynote about the Resc ie some wise words about the need for has kept fairly uniform, but be seens
asked in conuecuon within it, Ilotue that thii l:.taiLution was discriminating between the moral to have lost his bowling form for th
first; wa& the p mnciple behind Lthe ri-s begiiunng. It could not be said, he conditions here and in Euro;eri. last couple of years.
cue work a go.pel principle. Thelii thought, that the work needed in thl- cities. We had women who white Mr. R. N. R. Blaker, age 2W2 (tV'W4
were the an -thuds of application go-, directaou could be co,.lied within n th beivg a life that wais highly improper minster, Cambridge and Kent). A.vtr-
pe1 methods, Answer these quest ouns our corners of thi iouwue. morally wore not in exactly the c,,n- age 28-57, scoring for season 730 runa,
is the affirmative and the movemwut IT MUST cGaw dition of the women of the street. average 27.03; most painstakiag
merited fully and he trusted would i extend, whetiier under It was with the latter, he presumed, btasman, can be free when he lilt.e,
receive, their highest support, prayer ud extend, whe Ste r under that the Home would deal. A hymn having beautiful strokes ll rouad the
ful, financial and in every po..,m ale e aud of the Saovtion Army was then sung, aad the collection wicket, especially on the leg side;
sene He answered them in the died y other Chri sth ani ounting to 5 wa, taken up. disaguished for his excellence of
tirmptive, and thwerefore it was that d ie.. n eto open thh The Ceremony closed with a short fielding. Useful fast howler. This
be drew t it wth.all his heart u a id thtkno wing how t meie prayer pronounced by the Archbishop season a figures are 777 rnms, average
sympathy. He stood there believing d many rjn i A ftow Sfl- an the B.enedietion. 2l
that he loe of God through Jeswed vt1u4 in opinion Iand orn There are four girls in the Home 1M0a. LK Dashwood (Barrow and
Crist redeeed the lot world. He .some might be perplexed now. Oxford) has been well tried at the
th ked God the with which ev i inon.t H4. University. Hio best performance
to-day they came to the world was t.h in a few very finely lio Tn was 70 for Oxford agalpet 8ussex i
olt if you repent and come to God dJs earer- CRICKET. 1899.
He wall love you hut it was, God t u nity, piri l iti true ABur OUR ENGLIr shi A. nysnat 2u o Hamp-hi
already lovea you; already has re- lo orgatnic ad jtie whi AHOUr OUR ENGLISs wicket klayeepat uerr Hampshie
deemed V.u, therefore come hon- romn tie first the Master rel.inr,.d vISi rots. bat. Forket keepernts last ses eplayed
t, your father' homee" .That was his Chumici. Unity ian tI -- bat. For Hants l season played
the word ti the Kltecue work, aud that division specially had amtn h,. Tu., The following remarks anent the in 7 innings and scored 128 runs, with
was true gospe i.rin.citle. respoLub1.ity rested on a cat nu,. En,4'l>da. Cricketer are borrowed average 18-28; was one of Mr. P. F.
No CHRISTI %N DARED DESPAIR bet oi p,.-.ons of diff-re.i caIs, f l rom .t contemporary:- Warner's team to America in '97. e
of tny huI.,n -e. We coa;d not dllref., Age-. It %a tile l. Ch"tm.n Mr. B. J. 1. B sa.nquet, age 24, sco score that tour 166 rans with h
bar bope f run any human 110l duty ',iilc tiruty, *it l.))4, .161 (Oxford and Middlesex), a fine natural i:e.t sco oWh8 an Eoav re P74.
haowe'Tr Utflrr.(1 I,,,\pP io.. 1 Vtin.i,., L :c lioU~ Le i.tt -< &. it i~Lter, when set, a mliost d.tn-eruti- r A. D. Wht ftr0, pla ys
loweerl b.!.a el ow~ee! i, I b. u.n b tt, I r am ',: ba sa, ter, wt ien st, a ,ost d.ngerl n lots of cricket for Old Etoniane. Was
all .r-"e of goodness, purity r ,i iit t1 I !,* il be baI -un. Among payerb whi have oneof Lord Hake's tean to West
and l vtue i ll Christ brought. r. uen,. t, uutie it ttl,, and atte ti-on, scored two humilred in one garne. lndaes in '97, and scurd 326 run with
11eJipt ,m ,.,, lfe'. lowest places, Into ind later pe Iap ,,k .,iao[n with lie scored three centuries Keet a llal .lU
the deepet. depth of uirery, aad Lte oLlfers. Hle wa. nut u l >c uli4at, aay cricket in 1900. Kepr3sented Middle average 18, Kere n wicket a little
vilest blaknessH ojf msi. It was gu!- Lo express an opinion about sex in 1901, as well as the M. C. C A .. ner's team
pel principle. Next he asked were aany religious bo.iy, ith Church or lia gi nres in fist, class cricket for me batting the team posses.es six
t.He methods? of application gospel England, the Salvatior. Army or any this last season read 1,240 runs, t ete pous o
methods. They were. For what did other. But he "ex ressed these feel w..u an average of 32.63 runs, and an", in onqet, Wilto, Dillon,
they fiun about the" advance and ings and convtitionu. Every Cbris. 36 wiekess at a cost of 34.94 'nt exceptonally good bate, woh of
trinrm pih of Christian truth. It grew tuau should do sitll he could to advance each. Was a member of Mr. P. V. whom withle of a aker
by p*itive teaching, by positive his Master's kingdom. He regretted Warnr's team to America in 1899, whom, with the eeption of Blake,,
,netho,.i It was not enaaugh t dis- disunion in sgah work division, mal a-oompanied K. S. Raujitainjhi's team has scored a century in rmst laa
cover evil, to Poinmt it out to define, tipjication of oeeprate interests to Athrica. o. uricne ctuhi.- lee, RIlu104
unmaik and 0eno e it. This was and Overlapping. alie o sidrdtre Mr. &R. Wilson, ad W"w (tg, hwood asnd estt. he op s
desta auction, and there- was a ministry preaching quite legitimate aid allow. C8u41ge nad Yorkeshle) a g3all- d 10Mnd miButy it a-
of destruction, of condemnation;.but able, and appeals to the emotion also, round man, magnificent bat, good d g f, whBe #htme bt i
there must be also the minister of but in view of the religious efforts bowler- As a bowler he is slow posing of, while Whatna bitt up
construction. of, redempton. That here and the opportunities for wor medium, with a break fro a few raun*a tams. In bowling
won ric laurels for the Master. in ship, he regarded these as the least eason's figUres read 40 rns witLBoIets W tMn au Dawson am
the Rescue Home the methods were a-etul forms of religious work. Turn. average 3t.6A runs, and 37 wickets at no mean triplet, with Dillon, Lee and
placing those dealt 'with among new ing thio to she second part of his sub. a ost of 78 runs each; was one of Hollikeeps theo back them is wup. loo wiket
surroundings, giving them new in ject, the Archbishop indicated as Bossaoqet' team to America this I keep the team s well looked r.one
terests, new engagements, oompawsing a-spiring confidence in the Army for autumn, has aeo played for York- Although the team is a good one,
them with the blessed influences ot this work, its success all the world shire. it most be kept in ind that theme
atfectt.on, patience, love, and kabour. over. Salvationists had special quali- Mr. F. L Fane, age 20, (Charter- are coming out from tbe midst of
Ti-re wa- no rush to assault, bat fictions for such work. They taught house, Oxford, Essex,) a beautiful bat, winter, without ractising for four
slowly ay by day the expulsive pov er a le.son to tle whole Church by their sa und defence and great punishing months, int a topical climate, where
of new inlaueuces would be exerting confidence aud belief in the Salvabi- powers when well set. A splendid difference of light and general con
its.lt the battle went forward, the ability of every bumas being. All Hfel. TThisyear&-l19) scoredrmar.k' -t s will t agatar tbn
battle was won. Every Christian Christians believed that theoretically, ably well-1,048 runs, highest score .- ...l as .m.
shouldaid the works he could, by but practically many did not. With 1965 average 46-56. The Selection Committee here has de-
prayer, by his means and by hie these it was a thinking we are all Mr.1. L wt. on, agt I, (Eton, ridd to .k Trspector-Generai Wright
lahtur. It would be trymg work, right," a desire to belong to a respe- Cambridge and Srrey), ue all r-unud w Cap"tu the All Jamaica teams, and
difficult table Church with a matj rity of well an, eplendid bat, good left han; Dr. J. M. Gibb to Captain the Native
FULL F PERPLX[W, G PROBLEMS, to do persons. For the degraded stow -mediun bowler, had the repeat. Bar in the math n t the
bUit dak high... a Ro.. .ere and fallen they had no ieal affection. Uonfo being the best school bowler Ei.ls n_- h-7-a...h
1 1" s o re the Y ua a duu ..owedly Christ ca-me to bring ,nenseen frot, wiot, the r.ea-is w"Il
wals of Jericho, till they fell be. Salvation, and Chrismt sent Christians since A. 8teel. His batting, how- b e elrete w" a h im ws-.-Wilh
for, Jo-hus arred with God's power. t) bear Salvation to all, to the moa.t ever, has proved very good, seormg e(t. ,W K T Err. F.i thWrigs
WiVth a few more earnest words degraded .nd the most wretched. for the season 1,162 runs. He asooom. ( Ja.. W. verle th er.,
th.-' is.eaker hailed the opening It wa just as Mr. Hunter had isaid, panied Mt. Bosanquet's team to a A t oley G M. .o ned, G.
of. the ite-cue work isa Jamaica. He and.the Arruy had showed the pos- Amerioatbis autumn, but met with M. M Kerr, J. W. Buto, V.
hadr held his audience completely at. session of that spirit of love, patience' little se elm Lockett R. Harrison, C. IL Marshall
tentive aad enchained by his earnest and perseverance in reaching the Mr. W. Dillon, age 19. (Ragby, -0 H r. 8. Snow "and J.
nees and power most degraded and the lowest of Oxford and Kent), last year accom hannon.
*a*or oxbarKgh said hisa tstak was human bugs. Some- of the gratesi pthed a most wondertfl rformance Tbeh. _W B.
a liht one. It was to introduce the oharawteristucs of Christ were His for ak Ma rboron-l TAl[.a4t. -now- 184. Te asks ..a
Archbishop. Now, no one needed an sympathy, his uove for the fallen and Wais ia two Bolat, Mr. all subscriptions be sent in before
iiauoduotion ta a Kingston audience 4mraded, His power of going down Dilloan a wonderful innings of the 26Lh.
lesA than the Archbishop. He would iopeopte witihut the appearauoe of -10 oLtOa. and actually with Mr.
not speak of his. rule of his own ttoopimg to them, and of helping them Crutelichabk hit off the runs with a
church, though that was -well known without humiliating them. In His quarter oftan hour to spare. By this rtr Mill
to most of them ; but all knew the days ou earth he had to face the spirit and haisowi ng (6 wickets for 84 runa) .
keen and living interest he'took in that, complained. "This man re- "pav" 8IbI the v.atory by nin The New Year has begun with us,
every thing connected with J.maica's oelveth tanners ind eattth with them" wickets. 14. entered first elasn. and the niarth of the season is still
welfare, in Elucation ; iu moral and -That iuua pha snatc spirit lived in cricket, straight fr~am school, audid lingmrmug iere. We saw during the
spiritual affairs, and, as lihe perha!-s the modem I world. It was eating its was undoubtedly the beat pubite holiday, racing, picnics, an agriounl
knew more than mosta present, in the way auto Modtern Christanity. He 14ttmau of L*t year. A left handed tral show, tea-meetiang, and
material and political welfare of th,, oMaetime-s thought, if, the USaviour bat with. iner prowuise has rarely eujoyed an entertainment which was
laltted. In regard to the Home, they i nv to rmais all welcome the effort, and lie tvre Chritinn x.et',l ra. t know what hlgh ansd very strongly built, muuch land friends in their schoolroom on
thought the Salvation Ary cor to wn. wa Hiun. Like otters ie shrank stronger in defence ihsn most left New Year's nirgh. We traly have
mainde ia better agency for--at so'rt roi soome uof the methods employ-.? handed players, hte s res all round had enouh of pleasure,- sad a
xf work than even the Churches did by tie S,lvateoua A my and-otne the wticket, but gets most of his rans now ready to tarn to our eallings
A with all their large and eneoetive or bodies, and by -ome also tin his uw, by driving. M. Dillun ir .l-o 9 tat in life sgin.
gaulsation. branch ot the Churclh; bue iha the re low me~hainm bowler. Although the past year has been
The Archbishop't address w's an ex-. spects he inilicated. All Chnstiaii Mr. A. M. Hollhns (EtonandOxford) one of very trying experiences, in
ceedingly helpful one Alter remark should have sympathy and eou ticacr. gut hi"' blue at Oxtoad in 1899 and nearly every sense of the word, w.
ing touid himeilt aibie to be present ent the now be inuiing this great Keucue llesanquet' Catn to America. A Christa.s was rather a bright
ocas'ioun oi the beginning of an iinitmir work. 'hey nuoubul aid theae and pray better uioWle r than Is brother F. H. one with us. .In onq sene ut- was
tant and tinuch needed work he divided for themt and that the work ot 8alvy A very usefal all- round man. peace, for although, many were.
hii ddrecs into two part. In the first tionh might go forward within those Mr. F. i. tHollins (Elon pad likely anrd others merry-as the
division fr the sake of truth and a walls--uot simply m the implanting Oxford)-goehis blue this year (1901); realthy ones durtig that season are
clear understanding of his presence olt conviction in contrite hearts., ,an .wat-tite .. waget to be- there Wi warserou ... ..
there, at which some might wonder, he i. thelbreaking down of bad habits, Mr. c C. Lxe (not to be confused miwuhep among us, at we now joUn
1 id down clearly, kindly~nd firmly his| ino arguing the fallen to 'seek pardon witu Mr. J. R. Leigh of LanuasHire, in unitedly ayiag Eb.mser.

JAMAICA 0ggzs.

dIF D IU a '#-I II.AL ..Q 1 A J U

it out bravey to the end-it was
probably her first, effort 'at womanly

A Londoner writes :-For a long
t.nae now we have been familiar with'
the smart messenger boy, that em-
inently useful though somewhat cheeky
member of society. In fact, so maeb
attention have we paid him, that his
head haI been slightly turned. Thee
youthful Meruries of Londoq have
given tlaemelvis unbearable airm.
TLey a prompt, mera t and reliable
ao ever, but they look at e-as i
they thought they were doin you an
uimmen- favour by talking yor
meMPA and when tey* drf ia a
hansom, a they uften do. y Ml
baek on the f;M.sUtbith a biM- air,
S"m eh a0 to ay, "O.e 'tHtIn.
ptant 1p~eOle Wea- I" t' bdOJ4l
a rival ha apiared t
" .the -rl A ir I e ApMe I
just b1i9ibto awAe40 t6 M IIf
at he A inreferable to the Wab ih
tos by. When the idea w rt
-ianuitiib i Cr *6AM. idim m at

an hotel clerk, who entered the name
in hii book as Sousa So rnms the

wr. H soon inttrasw-el the- atten-
t',n of the cosmmandunt.d Colonel

I ItUL-- or I.LINI" HY- ILAM sel oonioli wMtorftoaPU J)I.Ini 4 o boutiIt bito a flut

A musil jornal, hil alowig
that the famous Anseriian Sot band
that recently vtsited aEnlad Is a very
od one, Obrarotite its playing a
"-teky." What America s1 6 me
other matta ittis in t muive, it i
iimagun i its Ia aW es.
Tbe ormadtr O l Bad- follwedm
hims atain rintw at tlt iB.

V4t &theosfrom theimo r ide of tie
Atantic. By the day, a fautious
wiotemporary 0m".e- the lltwing
ft*-&MAm &* -- & L.A- t h- b W U *1 mm.M.I,

ons. 1 wv so glad when that dear
lamb was taken to her nurse again,
and after much kissing and augging
was carried oft in triumph."


In a popular musical journal a cor- -.
respondent asks a question as to tle
taking of breath when singing. The
inquirer is evidently at the very
beginning of study, and the answer
w appropriately ,ample, but calca-
lawted to be on a tance. Much, of
course, depends up the taking of
breath at the proper point, for un-
les a right rule be -followed there
cannot be correct phraing, and what
is Urging if the inger doe. not phrase
intelligently? After listening to
emoe amateurs who have not given
attention to this important matter,
it, I treat to follow e vocallisation
of a rt-ratartit. It is thO that
he importanee of art principle is

In the ame journal there is an
interesting account of Mr. Albert
Williaia. ti. cokdaui-t4r eft4he- b*i

Su was eonployed to organised &. druni
and fife band, which in six months
was able to perform in public. In
1891, Mr.Williams took his Mus. Bae
progpee at Oxford.

It may be of interest to some of
oar readers if we give the full strength
of the Grenadief band. It i as fol.

2 Flutes (or ptiomos)
2 E lat Clarinet
2 Oboe
8 lot B flt Clariaets

$ 2nd B as Clarinets
S 7rd B lat Clarinpt
3 Saxophones (S.A.T.)

2 Trumpet.
5 Horns
2 lst Tmm-
2 2nd Tros-
1 BassTrom-
n as

oessively s amed. e 'wone lat ame :-" It is alleged it ei was of the Grnadier Gards. Mr. Wil. 4 Bassomons Bombar.
long' sad one sa boy con fir4, klowun a Mr. So, and when liadow was but nl Newpolrt, 6Mo dons
tSmptuoudly to asther "-if the travelling his tranks were .narked- on Marsh 14 1863, sad joined the de- 4 slt Cornets 3 Side Drums
weoher t ws ad, the to go o 8., U. S. A., to the mystifiteion of pot of the 61st Regiment as a drum 3 2nd Cornets 1 Bas Drum
home' to their umether But the ii___,i||||||||||||||.._i _i_. 1
boys reckoned without their host.
Os' of the manvgs at Reutees
not only ate t the ir are REGISTRATION OF TITLES.
smart and obliging, and that the public
like then, but gives it as Iis opinion
that they will in time almost entirely Form A.Application to bring Lands under the Reg;stration of Titles Law, 21 of 1888
take the place of the boys. The girls
themselves are more than satistied WwEREAS the several Parties mentioned below have applied to have the Land herein respectively described
with their p.ition The e cpa brougirt under the registration of Titles Liw-No. 2 of 1888; and the RefereesA having provisiowlly approved
S moonny bofh os tirades ahni they of the Registration of Titles for the said Land, and having directed that publication of the same be made as specified
y oo y of t trades below, and that Noticee bs serve- on the persons in possesion, charge of, or owning the adjoimnin Lands..
en.t wa n d w orer Ii thHeitatore to i all person having any interest in or claim against tle said Lands mentioned be-
-r itef uold f -mpiw low tWat, in ame o TaveAt forb dug the Ristmin of the Title to any of the maid Ladx be r9ee1ied by mBe on or
T. -n-r S before w the expra of the period limited for lodgnlt Caveate respecting nT parcel of Land described below then
The' nnsSaem mtrewer. has s aeew direed to bring ach LAdnds uder the operation ofthe L
their tPfm They. hare -i -m .... BT ittr of TRW.
adj. n ,tble 2 n 5 .B.- w Ce ay be had an application at the Oie of u. the-Kingston.
sailor ht It o sigtn is f.. umber of Period within
s %be only sign of anyth,4a oflei Bt o ine a- which after
Is foaud i thelAttewhg eon tiA~-trn- Pr vonat l Not ila ona in dite of Adver-
down elam elof their ebat Iin Name of Appliant P R 0 P E R T Y. ti other tiement,
weahr a .T .ambis A 26al DE OJaEmR ow s- Caveat may
and a 111 AsaSr 0h w L tQbpapee e.ntered
At the offie aroo ptEvUMed AEhre
they en have'their food in o2fe 9t
and get hot water, &e. It its aitis. r -- $ DiCtxBK, 1901.
factory to find tat not one of these Edward Allen Lawrence of All that piece or parcel of Land
weaker v, .els .shirkeidl airing thl th* City and Panish of- situate in the City and Pa.eih of '-
terrible togs of late, but came pre- Kinrston. a t enmber of the a Kingston and known as No 11 Potters
pared to do their duty under conditions Fire Brigade Force. How (Rae Towu), containing by
that might have itul. I,. ttoatest Ms nurement. frot North to So a IL t
hearts quail. 'Tommy' will ba b to 5,1 feet, and from East to WVtst 26 a
look to his labels, for there no feet, and butting and bounding North S
dlbt that the meen etfr lrls have on |e o ie .t oesid to belong to William
come to stay. Arnold, South on Potter Row, East
.. __ on premises aid to be"on to John
BABY BRiBESMAIDS. Raleigh, and Westo premise id t O2
-, -belong to D. R. DaCowt. 1

We mention the pretty appearance
made at the Cover-Williame wedding
by two baby bridlWsmuid. The. follow.
tin from a oEnglish euntemporary
wl be interesting.
At a very mart wedding, at which
I was a gup last week, I *was
qharsed wtkr the pesure 4rese-
the six baby bridemaid who at
e.a urattvw wAnnanbrila to thIt a

The bride h-ersel, who to qu te
looked sweet aad gifh in herloii ly
=owa of white and old point
be Se rmaohnd up to the rI Ao
her stulwat guardian, a ndl ber at
darling little bridiumaid followed her
up the aisle. They' were all six-aet-
tired in .long white satin Oharles I
costs, with point lae collars, large
white felt lasts with plumes, &ad eath
baby darling held in her little band
a long white waud adorned with white
Madonna lUites, ad these tiay brides.
amid. wore long gold chals studded
with istozes, around tbeirsoft little
aecks. I never saw smch a pretty
bridal procession before. Alln iese
sweet baby girls behaved like

William Alexander Thorn
so of Rteproitorv, in the Pf
1ih of Manchester, Planter.

Charles WiUiam Masters of
Flower Hil. ta the Paish of
Saint Jamea, Plater.



'2ND JAUTARY. 1902.
All that piece or pr reel of Land sitn
rete in the Pariah of Manehester part
of Repeeitory, omntmingu by estia- t*"-
tio onare and two rood, more or "
less, nad bttlne and bounding North-
vrl, en lAnd heloniuge to, or in the
p6MeesofRonrV H i Itmcy. Souther- r ..
[gy;Bg, rwT lland ondihne to .i.
orln the onoeemon of Willatm Ber -u
nard, and Esterly oa Land beloningrt
to or in'-the posge ion of Charties
Thomponi. 0
All *hNt oF t piece orpamel ) of Land
-Mtearp ir the Parlh of 4t. Jame@u and
keown a* Flower Hill, by estimation f
1,18 acre, more or less, and bnttinB
and bonedinr Northerlv .on Tryalj
Estate and ping E.tnte, ,outherly on
Greedpond, Irwin and Kirkpatrick. .
Eater lv on Mor-land, Blue Hole and .
The Valley and Westerly on HItfield : g I
whatsoever other quantity of Land 0 l
the aame may be bounded. I

I,...,a aw-isk Zj-~ &ILA '.Afb.A4 d.. All JAbS.~t .1) 484 WF

itlleie sngeUI ol goolanlws, Isa w-aiUa Wi
and knelt and good as they were told Ja
with implicit obedience. One only,, ish o1
a dear Jamb. of about three or four
years old, seemed to feel the grandeur
and solemnity of the occasion a little
too much for her, and large tear
rolled down her baby cheek as she .
stood there, vainly endeavouring tO
stilehlr emotionbat thegoode
little thing never attmpted_ to move I
or ran iek to her Nie ay. She stood

Ltoert a JLaniel wulUm u or
mk's Lodge," in the Par-
f Clarendon.



i F I i L aIRa I I i x*
All that piece or parcel of Land part
of Jacks Lode.'" ituikte in the dig.
strict of Colonel's Ridge, in the Parish
of IClarendon, obetaining 5 apei and
9 perched, more or less, and buttine
and bounding North on Parochial
Land, South on Priendship otoperty.
atal on a part of same land, N,,rthwest
on a parcel.of land belonging to or in
hle possession of James Howell, ng
Wuet on a Gully.

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We would like to remind our readers
,) the appeal lately made in thes'-
c1'-olimn by Mrs. Whitehorne, Hon.
SecretHry of the '" Gleaners'" Uniol,.
anti .-pjcially of her request forelothes
pictures to be forwarded to Mr.
Bla.kett who is one of those'
courageous and devoted West Indians
who have goneforth as mlsionarieo
to Weot Africa. He firds pictures of
S great help to him in his work, especial
ly among the children.'and it is surely
very little to aiE a$ the hands of Ja-
maican girls and boys as well as Ja-
maican grown ups, to select a few
dozen simple and attractive pictures
and putting them in a parcel forward
them to Mrs. Whitehorne, Fern
Cottage, Allman Town, Kingston. If
more convenient, the pictures can be
sent to tae otfree of The JAMAICA
TIMES, and we will send' them on to
Mr. Whithotbnrnet Rihlb l iitnram

A mi'tlou to re-introduce the death WkUaFri' 1 Of WIRE .E
penalty In Hollapd has been defeated.' f ... ,
Messrs. George & Branday have O.has Allen Gentle,
ju't bought the Church Street Wharf, Albany P. 0,,
known as Colthhst's Wharf. For the best and cheapest conveyance
The Cokely Bridge on the road between Albany and Port Maria. Imnppi rl l Wt I
from Stony Hill to Annotto Bay has Daily service. Splendid stock and W DW e. 1V L N Bem
broken down. vehicles for travelling to all parts ofDER EMPSTER & 00.
Since 1871 Japan has built nearly the Island. Satisfaction certain. ELDER DEMSTER & CO.
30,000 elementary schools, providing' Jamaica and Bristol eCTying
roomu for 4,0,000 pupils, one-fuBrth fl lf i lW HIS MAJESTVY# MAIM
of whot are girls. HIS MAJESTY' MAILS.
The dittor of a Germun paper lhts I R. M. Ki "PnORTANiilr 4~ ,M
been prosecuted for publishing a KINGSTON from Kingston,'Ja. 23rd4.
report of the Emperor's speech before Quickest route to England,
it had been officially revised. Established 1679. Steamers specially built for the
Ms. A. G. Archer has been pre.T trade.
vented accompanying the English U CENT INDUCEMENT Reducedrate of Paage.
Cricketer.. Theothers sailed by the OFFERS, Cargo carried to Bre Moleand through
Atrato on Wednesday last. THE. to London, Glasgow, Liverpqol, &c.,
Why do not the Kingston author. i kew alo to the Contiea
ties see to the junction of Prince of Sub o D Obers SAILINGS EVERY 14 DAYS.
Wales Street and Arnold Road ? It[ WILL UNDERTAKE THE "
s aJlways in a state mudlholeness JAMAICAOASTALLINE
The c.h.ool at atraeld near Buff W l M AuA I J BA A ^asTinfrAorn
Suner Mr. onhanand an Tuesday, Jan 21, at 7

will be speci.ully. welcomed. ae exceeding 10; It won 57 marks
In conneetio nwiAh the Gleaner's" last inspection, a first class. -
Union itself, its object, as our readers 1The Berlin police seized the entire FROM THEIR
will have noted, from formnet explana Christmas edition of Vormuerts, the 'MTTK A1VER WHAF-tF
lions.iS to create and maintain a living Social Democratic orghn, for an article GEOtRGE & BRANDAY.
interest in Mission Work ; to in on "The Unemployed," which, they -. .
.pire praer for the success of claim, incited to violence. W W TIIIDflB TDU 9 fblU
-uch work, and to encourage all who The long protracto'. liti atin 1
c Il h ui; ent rned Jor such help is well Messrs. George & Bradayv is now ---109---
lhown in a letter issued to members at an end. The terms of settlenmtnt ".4.ATER LANE, KINGSTON
,It tile Unioa by President ,Kennaway. between the parties have bet n agreed
Inlthis he remarsts-" How urgent and upon. Tih t PNlO h lW h W'iialWbhl
great the need is, passes our power Decev'ber 1901 killed 101 persons W.4 A IM VlIIl.
to express. There i ..hqrdly a .on- in Kingston, against 77 in 1900. The
Christian-. lad wvierie deiIe the births, 181, gave 120 illegitimate. IN THE CITY,
number of mmiiomariee might noat Lady *Hemming gave a treat to the
once be employed; and yet t our Shortwood Industrial School on' tbe For Ptfty Years one of the most ne-
present rate of inareae, It- s esti- 3rd. e1 etl firms a
mated that we l~1as eed at l'>sst As one wav of relieving the Ger,,,anf
i$,0o' -sext wak ajoid thAe laboting clsoma.. du.ug the existing NA 031 -MAKEi
ordinary ihimUaM.flagiir. -*- depression, the Govermeent haf d ,
"How is even this progress to be eided to impose a special tax on emr. kOI E-M AKRdS,
maintained? The greater need i players em ioyg foreign workmen, i
at home.' More faith in God; more Mr. M. H. Solomon, the meat in J rW Ui,- m A m
consecration ; more rraye.; -p spector at the Kingston Slaughter
love : in short, a office surreider Heise, ltely, condemned tet OPTI ANB. 0 -,
of the whole self odf a& Chriian laii |oma t losis. The liver" '. ..iN S /
to Christ. All greaVt.-piidat ave w. .Veds, wuk h isbof sXtCS L D SP4,t L
ments of power centre in Christ, and five times the usual weight of a liver. s8P Bn WPATCRWO R.
and begin with His people, then the Paris is worth a Mass," said the
blessing radiates in ever-widening French Henry; and in America they WHITBOURNE & CO.
circles to those afrx off." say Roosevelt knew ,what he was -
after when be dined Booker Wash
M-rs. Whitehorne acknowledges ington ;-it was the Southern Coloured
with many thanks a arcel of clothing vote. It will be handy next election. Mll ljL Rbl IUil
kindly sent by Mrs. Loisa Mon-I Wboa Walker wed from Spanish
ton, and a collectioqof piteste from Towu Prisom hb serving two KINGSTON, JA
M iss Blanche Mol, both from setnes of 364 Ns each. They GS-
Lime ball P. 0. h bavri v .'i"a other year for OPEN A L T n.2E
Sescauft amthr r I stealI s clothes
wilel out, and another for stealing
CHa IPdinsMs este eatables from a. shop. They have
-ng-t.o 1igh waHlked ito him, in factors say. So
The Trans-Siberian Railway ill. John MacDonald is the young man
probably eost 00 000 0.0 whft uaireluIg wi the woman ,- Is
The orwall T is now seven Pi tnekh*Pbag.W on *e last FOR TflE SUMMER SEASON.
years ol. day of 1901, siruc.k beo. She died --^ -
A Post Offi(e will shortly be opened almost immediately, and he tried to mim m fm PA
at Spaldings, Maehester. cut his $Voat. Heart disease ended
Kiagstoa High School, 97 Church the woman tile TQctes* say. So oKo flHmo momw
Kingse t reopn High Schoolr2 Ch M acDonald will only yve to answer WS
Mr E. G. Ford has been appointed for th0, attempt to suicide. Another FOR
*Se(retary"6Tt, Te -Co-pany. sx we for
Mr. G. L. Roxhurgh's appointment attempting suicide.
.- -stan1 Colonial Secretary is REMEMBER !
rI has leen collected for the Pres- j
1 .cr r.n Pelfry in Montego Bay. AN
Mure is wanted. I, eROWER AND BUYER o ..
The Baptiit Union begins to sit on' ON
February 18th at East Queen Street COMMISSION,
Chapel. oF # .,-t..
Brown. Samuels and Evans, in I M nD PRODUCM
Kingston this week, wetr fined 10s 6d. IALBNDANY P 7t M., T 10.30 ..
for indecent exposure. ABANY P 7 .., .0

"GoodWine Needs No Push." I
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For all particulars, price, and information, happy to Sole Represcntative in the Wei


8.8. "ST. Lowm,"-. PAats." "NSW
You," and "ST. PAUL," sail every
Wednesday from .New York Ier South.
ampton. Special Trains convey Ps.
seogers to Lnudon, on arivaj *f

TtHaliax & W.I. ,o. L.
Fortnightly Seti %ice between Jamaie,
A Bermuda, Turks Island, and Haaidr.
*uryin F t and Pq

-l United onied ngaima; t.
0tmtinmt. ++ +_

bad Pasbengem. Tramhipment thre
Fortnightly. to Belie and kHoduras

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few W&a
1rw te Ctru'ussdei~butieu ther
WOOeprearedbowmiof UK e garmnt,
4 sbas. ats a ad Si head-ker.
kerhies.In order too amet the ex -
p~~rf ~5i5 iamatiids to the
bmn= uodsreguar Pon tribe1
tines amm to 8Se5 Ssand spesia
d~asromwoed bare&smeoeutd
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,e*n worsk- eoay P"r bdr CMe QW Twa Es eyi Hobert. toward. the capital, Mr.
t .4 cool by thi Yeng Peple'Ws AM-u I Eragr b4d .Ow ('ad t akt-bshi--
The poor people have been very eitooandeoy Asbolarse f t. hat and run mued take the
efatul or she balp Arded to t~i s, school. bth wtob were reM|tly with him ond tU st in theLord
ad" it is aieory to nowSWe thtsorgarsed by Mr. C. J. 0 Go.ing. The oeese was cloed by ihe satrase
chidreo who have beem helped have To Waeoemnoda o the sudiene that of Lrd t oberts and his body
in eath ease been euabled to taBd was anticipated a large earas' tet, to whom Mrs. Krugter Msrre*
ear elementary Sehools ad m *a greeted ona the school groanads the keye of the PrdenWy. The
iastreUtion iaU ad of idliag y eleassxy beautid with lowers onbarmazn greatly o* aB of
sheir thn. Thego"t lM s |iose pam by she yeoag the Yrt perf 4podaly
Iri1 -n thea Ovr 1t 07y pldetsm those e of the abiln wb
-asyperAmdo isto e ae te l= d a newlyaede beauer of the are olant ost Mr. Go&as' day
eis of theme my brotk, ye have A. 4.; Msdi the oio Jak shobol. The terthamint -VW
Idoe a mesl. ,. did Iu put- right over the hair of bought to ..eesmd dn sad the
The diutribwas to the u r at the CiM-eda-,r who reidedM. sadien.e w h w a ver iy U.RVi- ,
Cthrei*i w M aIde s MBe The bans-er towde of blue e olt, leoft for their bomeU' meekS ple
L.y Re eLud% sM ay adf es a he feUsra, asdript The powe. swtuh aemutd (to
S 1901,aw esaels t s, lets of ged ad Ailver etf 15. 0. were l towads defray A
member of11ms PMed _(1 inL -i) .ot ft*l rinent- Inx expenses o( fete. ThI
SO k. W O r ad alty oqer. (i, Se. of he Y. P. A. takes tne -
spr aad wa Ina$t twthe *eh)-G N ad eor right, 0l dinmsa of good fthiaKn-dsiKg-
ToldhmbMie 'ok fea-lisr "'of i Godb e-o the be 6oS emo be ek e to rMit tWe
w he duy lih le Slag w eois. Tmhe Aoe ciatsinasock tion iy be periodies,
_. sa d sambrs 4a members; and .o ry phogre, et. whioh will be the gra&
eiioar ; n l Taadin.h week s,-rI e ous letllyk owiA. ledged
Of *- dialoRiesm ,e- Torturin_ A Man.
Christenmas In Orand Oaynman. **P *u theow to
v r u i mj-=-" I got or a Uql bw p mey. Te n the t n. .. .e-ere
OW ITW *AS S AoAStk are w rsin Pres.deat, Mr. A Swiss cities WaSed Pnta.etla.
S r J J3. Bird, Vie presdSe, Mt- A rab a s b w bjeted to wrel torture
As usual, there was hardly say As' SAeaSks, Pec.; Mr-C. H. to the prison S ate Argttutb
thing sgular to break tie me toy Goring, Lbrenra, Miss JeD Ber. South Aanerics. R was mapeed-
of life here nhe Chrietama Iard, d eht *Mtbers forming the wrongfully-of l oenairistm' and is
season. The P Northwest. Executive Co ttee It as form. order to wring confession fro& bhi
termer has come and resetOd lively ed and organized oc Oct. 3rd by be was huang up by the arms ad
scenery all along the *e-beach, and Mr. C J. oring ; and. thus far, etremities o such a grote.q e way
has pt all the owners of the little the beg.naing lookm favourable. At that the whole weight of the body
meaa orafts quite buy. This theeotertiammi which it held oaDec. W' thrown upon the5 9p. The
kwester l ias m ek mo ad for aswe have sid R i Hon. the CO.t Swi Con- demanded te seere
.bye dw arte of. d-e e n4R u ob nd imner pnreide. The pfgram panishmeut of the guilty officiBals.
-su tSi i i Ner Merem aM*aia E anue t prsevoodse mauk amuse
hed te series of e S ml m e. 0e mft 7 qW 000
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FLOUR, Ceresota 32s bri 121b bags 2s 3d
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The Gwermnan ftArzIen 5~~!~ ~ VWK M' U
r use in thte voin1Sag aray toatinor jig.,--- .,T7 4 5 JULY............
Wes '0 7 b;L '11 12 7: 8 9 '10 11 Ix 13
odtm wil bela I- p~a~inte 9bfiqmebt 1. 1Ai 61 94 16 10 17 18 19 20
gpiomanthe Admirallpnty-i seeking 20 21 222 24- 25, 26 21 22 23 24 25'N2 -- M .
o.oa~shedarlyi~eis 27, W 29 30 31 28 2930 31 .7
W~ disloover the colour to makes the F B. 1 2 JUG. 1 3 44, KI~NG STREAT. 46. 1
*PiMO 1153 4 6 04 7 8 t, 4 6 0. 7 S 9 10.r'wth
Lord Kittheneir ordered that eah 10. I 1319 J 10j1I 1~f,$ 147 1410147 Si oi3i 21imawt
.elder in the 9Ield should receive at 00,8I w.a~ s ~ Ui~2 I s~4'h~a
00~tw pu pudding,a pint of F 2 287 8 98
beer, ead -a qu~ttpound of tobu"c. 1 4 1 2 3 5617
Theme were invddfrom 10,04u 1 1 10 16 1894 S 4-
funds of the 1.14 force eumteesw'Z4, -18 -' T
eost nearly below0. 2 62 9't14Oe
3AI 1 20 JO-
The Rev. R. Wd Al~leu, a weUl 3
"k*own_ --a1~b~~u& _gI& A. 71~' 2v 3 z 4 5'1T 2 341 '5 The Leaig Bones in the Iland fo
Wsl~an eruttbe inoopsde tha IC~ If 17 1$- 19 20 1.3 140M aI
bw ted& honorary ruk of 1 27 20 20 30Pbo~eesB
artam a hlin, -owdn ha 421, 2430 27 26930 21 gr
yug 1 3' 4 NOT.~ds -binuft~-r-Quarter
by19 20 21 -A 17 18 190s a ~ s untsorpas.'ed.
Considerable ism eaet is being roused J 2C 27 ~ 24 25 P* $7I Wio ngr'i Ritp m nade' tn,nmd! nd.
farmounof tmaebinsinwich if "M to' 2. z 41 5 DC 2 3 4 5 8 7 Prom Pt.at4ti( into 'mnvro.er
becaableoflurnegbullet at~ I~the 0 1s 11 138 9 10 11 I2N6# 4 Uwirk dei n tile Ept bpi"
sae ratabe as a ai m, but~ with ah 116 17 It I'D- 15 16 17 18 19 Or 21 in sup~rifltended personally t "Va.
.97. inee~uxm 21l gith U',,i2I2 JS)~4 g& -- 2q raaneed by C. C. M AssEy.
range of 6OftOyda. Such a weapon, 7.. 7ed1,n bs ae mkr--
it its performa~owe are really equal n :.0 lo"ll re Lai ng and bs ah ae
to what iclaimned ful-it. would revol o
tionise I Ie ahvie Pscienve of artiIMerv. l*.S ow aNO LADIES' TOILET TABLE Aj'j.r-ni.,la t -
and, Ili fartL. render tile ordumr It' Coitplare %~ ILIUL W~e pi 1. Ill 1AC C I A91Y, Msnr,,er .
field giu neafly aaeektn,. Tio- "Imll Incerii.
is sLated w)be a 5.anivh ceaiihre. MaidIHVEVRTIGJ!ALACOPAJY

th oar IaridIa Is aD ver lm;a-h Ltd- I- HAEEETRX JKIAC

TOt Momen whici h wr1 Pri hav*1 the ecool L19--
nu ber o cel o p m t -1873. 4
Afr~ican at &ND-EUPOTL wWLCOU it b oe q ~ ieo ~~
.wh e the -lt. .SETauslen Ywir R D L m i tui lth,161
ki l tq L ~ = TIC.m h ch t e ~ _ _ _ _ _ ~ I7~ o g~~
*d' Lral uame4Bh.,do h~u.nn
aa~iiR ~qed~ .htali"Al
wih xte'# butt1~"3~n~'~~WU ~ IwoHN.t ~ ~
meivigteew WM i4L W~~ ~~N-
astr~sgdeqetoo toSaut AtrPat_
toIbt uibssodli,~ToetI w.~' P hl!wTMAmP~r~
4b&la th udsfrhs"tt .
Ag~o ~niu'~nilks rei
thetales ofieu~'a ~ "~"~"' ii P.r L~te Apl fbt ghs
peopl awal 0Yk" or r- r7. ie naeit~eoI i~l UHOGRI&OY

jinthe. ButiMujArmy For~'m 41* Tu)be'Unt of this Ed
l tive yearsrevn batereot*e linpt Ieah1. -VOW2 Pb)-PRP~rt RSICOydi 0,atFi: f bI
and 11itaechur~ass a Whaoo stIr oAIThNGSq1L tON
appaabu for flIEI8"'8i1.3OLITA ".71 *i ~ ~ bt. 94-hb,
kWracit, tn a,~ whic th -4,Oa, prhat sinte &bI a-'.m~kd h
Saw*ig h Owluue .a ofnn t ie h Cb.-p ny .~ laa u
clcwink 0 boa~e 9^1 !p.
Dakeevn tbf York Vt wbS&E-YU
reskA took dthre to- tua~~im 10 4o. r Mii Afr u INi~rh~t res-.
obtwake thefud faor bi'up atiiiz iiib taw Mo. A. ,n Imulal -Gyze
ofo be, b th e Wr nd e iR W ~t __ __ r IIIIsmive Onri~t2 ua. ~ ~ j 1 f ter p Ille DR 0 ifiil_
OwhIaW Amea$ 0 in ch
the~ dutes a ;m ~inc t I 0192u'roi. allptf~ 0010 fliii ge1. 11~ l~. IJhgPg
-oboibln fe no include FrUWh of OUHOGASA0
bofotsr deedits 94~e togn l.ta~aegm atie.,I #)n Jtai~g~ hor~r 6~1 DlW~i..k5e At., k<
"auh clim that. culdhisU tES4The of tea -i e,- rtu it ~ 1
icetbe. hiBut krhef IhlyS ~ d 'IeV~LI iti M Edie. Sotikyub h

bad" the mhinea brilfsateleed
and. a mimRMica IIe!I?1'U A lteiON
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18, 1902.


The show of magazines at the Wes-
leyan Book Room, Kingston, is very
attractive and varied. One can hardly
enter the store without yielding to
the temptation to invest a 3d, 6d.
or Is. in one or other of the artist
tic publiations so lavishly dis-
played McClure's,; Harmsworth's, the
S Ladiies' Illustrated Journal, Cham-
ber's Journal, Black and White,
SFuany Cat., the Illustrated Mail,
etc., etc., all are here displayed.

Luces to Have A Band.
Bobs" writes a long felt want is
about to be met in our town in the
way of a Reed Band. A few of the
enterprising young men have open-
e a subscription list, %e wish
the Band all the success it will
deserve. We -have beew experi-
encing severe weather, but nothing

01 a GerIuu uLbui u happauOu.
Mr. Mitchell, of the Marine Board,
paid us *a visit and examined all the
small droghers in port. All were
pronounced as being sea-worthy.
A serious case has come to light of
a woman in thelcountry beating a child

Trade Notices.
It is well to remember that when
you go to MacNish's establishmqat
if you have one shilling you can spead
it to great advantage, and if yon have
a thousand shillings they can meet
your wants just as promptly. You
muiht remember t tha Litere a bux ul
r, a x o prunes, a of jm,.o
paek of je., a paek ofDates, a pk
of Ginger Uneeda. Biscuits, a pack of
Lemon Bisonits ad many more things,
cost only one sixpence each.

Slippers are | such a comfort to
ourselves and others, but many
hesitate to get them because they
fear the expense. We would point
out that Pinnock's advertisement on
another page offers them at Is. and
2s. per pair. The prices of Tennis
Shoes there Ahouldalso be consult,
and the excellent Canvas Shoes in
various lines from 4s. to 7s. Ladies
white canvas shoes, with leather
fittings and red rubber soles at So.'
pdr pair.- New shoes for a new year
are fit and proper, though getting
good shoes at Pinnock is no new
thing; yet it is an old thing that is
ever better than many new.

A Gun GOrievance.
To the Editor:
Sir,-Allow me through the oolum ns
of'your interesting little paper to
maKe known to -our Legislative
Fathers, one of aour grievances,
which we beg, they will try if pos
sible to alleviate; viz "The law re-
lating to fire-stms. Some time ~ag,
we had the pleasure of paying 2a for
premises license; but now our kind
Government has put aside that. and
institute a general 8s per annum Ii-
This excessive tax is iniquitous, and
greatly impedes the ue of fire arms
which I hardly think is any offense
to the Government.
On account of this tax which the
poorer class of tax payers finds op-
preesive they are debarred from the
privilege of protecting their provision
fildA frnm ni- w and their fowls etc..

from the mongoose, and the pleasure
of a good feed of bird's flesh. Then
the merehsats in consequence cannot
sell their gnns.
If the Government meets us in the
half by imposing a tax of 4s per an-
num, it would help -s- a great deal.
W..e hpe that duT mg the ensuing ses-

f-ion of the Legislative Council, some
measures will be recorded to amelior-
ate this existing state of affairs.'
Yours truly

One year ago, next Tues-
day, January 22nd, QUENW
SViTORIA died after a reign
of 64 years. No doubt
mapy will think on Tuesday
of this sadly memorable
event. The King has ex-
pressed a wish that violetK
should be morn as the Sower
of commemoraton by women
of the Empiro.

Wire Taps.
.The King will have a Body Guard
of Indian Cavalry.
Archbishop Corrigan (R. C.) is visit-
ing the Bahamas.
Parliament was opened on T.ur,-


Notice Specially

An additional woman Teacher is
wanted at once for Mt.. Angus School ;
St. Mary. Apply to Rev C. S.
Brown -Gale P. 0
Mr. W. Morrison's well-known King.
ston Collegiate School, a& will be seen
by reference to another column, re-
opens on Jany. 27th. We have great
pleasurein once gain rccomrmeading
to Parents exelisent bachool, -ae
oftse oldest and one of the best. .
ae hare plesire in mentionln.
that on Jan. 27th. the Home School
for girls conducted by the two Mises
Facey reopens. This school Inhas Ihad
a sucoesful career for the last four

More Steamers .to America.
We are informed from Boston that
it is a current rumour there that a
Snew line of asteamers will shortly col-
nect Providence R. L with k.gston.
Passenger beats ply for Providence,
to New YoAr ily fare costs 2s while
by train to Boston costs 4s. Passen
gers from Jamaica, therefore, ays
our informant will And Providence a
convenient terminus. Boston is a"x-
ious to get more cargo stea rs
running thence to Jamaica. TheM
writer also mentions a. rumour wtIch
does not seem well grounded, of XpW
Dempster having an intention. of ran-
nine a steamer on the Jamaica-New
York, and Boston routes.

Pound Notices.
The Gazette announce* the follow-
ina ASiuponadedi At Blue Mondtain
Valley, December 27, mouse toe
she ass. Balearres, Dec. 26, mose
coloured 3 year old she mule, thod
tail. docked. Spanish Town, one Hay
filly, 30th December. Bth,
Dec. 16th, iron gray mare, sade.
marks. Old Harbour, Dec. 21st bay
horse, M on left leg, lame on roeat
leg, knees broken some time Ago.'
Lowland, H. W. T., Dec. 2tth old
grey he ass. May Pen, 28th Dec.
old'bay mare. Moneagu. Jan- 4th,
black horse, saddle marked. laek
River. 2nd. Jany. bay mare. King-

TOli, IFou ou wivwilu CUVse 066r
There is a sale to-day 18th, inst.
at Old Harbour before Mr. Dol-
phy's store, 11 to 12, of a young
entire a.s. Also next Saturday ,th,
nt. between 11 and 12 at same
place as above sale of bay horse lame
on f>;out legs.


[Speesally Contributed. ]
Naxt week promises to be a very
memos able one in the annals of
Spanishl Town.
Time was when the ancient city
was alive with the stir and bustle
created by the presence of the Court
and of the State Officials. Then was
seen mahy a gay procession, tbeu
the narrow quiet streets were- oft en-
livened by the sound of trumpet and
of.durnm. But next week quite other
sounds will greet the ear, far different
sights will meet the eye. This time
not the State, bu t the Church -will
be the centre and the source of all the
life and stir. The dear old Cathedral,
the oldest in the British Colonies,
will look her best. She will open her
io-rtals wide and her wsered swurt*
will be thronged by bhunidreds who

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memorial of the
bw rl- d

rel U Vl Io oqtu aOtC.Qovu o UU.u
Three years had been allowed for
the' accompli-hment of this scheme ;
but it seemed appropriate when the.
restoration of the fabric hbd been
succepfully' carried out within the
year of the Queen's death to mark
this stage in the advancement of the
work by such a ceremony as it is
proposed t- hold on the 25th inst. If
the same measure of support is as-
corded as hitherto there is little
doubt but that the whole object in-
cluding the repair of the organ will be
attained within the period proposed.
Part of the money collected at this
function will be devoted to that pur-



We have been pleased to welcome

winl come to uiedita ti, tU wOi"hip, ald
lto gaze. d back this excellent Company, and to
For the information of intending learn from the courteous "Business
visitor,- the following programme of Manager Mr. Bulkeley tha* the tour
proceedingN is subjoined :- in the other colonies w~s suc ful
Jany. '2nd. Wednesday. Reception in the other colonel ws successful
of Clergy to meet Profe&soi iCollins and mutually pleasant. San Toy"
in|Becktord and Smith's school-room is on to-night, and the Company plays
at 4 p.m. three nights next week, and at a
Mi vinary meeting at 7 p.m. in Matinee as per our ai6`ertisement.
C(';the-i;il when the Archbishop wail We would draw special attention to
preside and the following clergyand the repetition on Wednesday night of
laymen are expected to speak : Tie Sign of the Crots." This is
Right Rev, Bishop Donet, Rev. the farewell performance, and Mr.
Canon MacDermot, Rev. Professor Bandmaun will please a large number
Collius, Rev. Charles Melville, Rev. by yielding to the request for the
C. G. Mc(regor, Rev. A. C. Smythe, repetition of Witeson Baretus famotwe
Colonel White, the Hon. Ed. Vickers, Play. The Company leaves on Thurs.
R.M. day by the Direct Line Steamer. We
.TLnir. 23rd. Thursday. Retreat for wish them au revor, and waw we- -
Clergy conducted b;y itev. Professor them again, may we enjoy their excel
"vollos will -li.au "ad will end on lent acting no lew;, and be riber sad
Saturday &t mid-ay. so batter able to pay (or iL M The
Jany. 25th Saturday at 2. 45 p.m. actors and actreses have shown good
Synod service at which will be present staying power, ability and pluck, the
* the Clergy, Lay-represemtative to ladies especially.
Syaod, His Excellency the Governor -
and Lady Hemming and suite, the The curtain on Monday night rose
Custos &., to be followed by she on the pretty seen that lntrodeem-.
eeremony of unveiling a tablet on one of the neost popular of the Gilbert-
the tower -of the Cathedral by His Sullivan opera. Venioe .te beautltal
*xcellency tge Governor. lay before one with Contedii tin
Their Elxcellencies, the Lady and Gondoliers in charming; pretty and
Sir Augustus. Hemming are timed taking costume. The grouping, natural
to reach Spanish Town by train, leav- and graceful, delighted the eye, eand
ing Kingston at 2. they will be the gay chorus went right well,
.iecelyed at the station by the Custos though at times its sweetness would
sad a Guard of rionour and will pro--- have een still sweeter had the sini--
oeed straight to the Cathedral so as been clearer. First among Gondohers,
to be present at the Synod service. Maroo and Guiseppi, are welcomed Wa
The service consist% of solemn lEven- this scene and choose their wives,
""g J followed by a sermon from the charming Tessa and Giaetta, -
Professor Collin& The Magni ost atching theao at the game of Blid-
and Nune Dimittia and an anthem by man's Buff. Next appear the -
Dr. J. Clarke-Whitfield Behold how of Plaa Tore; his Deihess and
good and joyful" will be sung. daughter Cas0ida, also bisl'ite" f
I Service over, aboir. clerg, lay.- one man, L, wLhom a seore
representatives and congregation will loves. She however is destined for
assemble in the open space at the the King of Barataria to whom indeed
west end of the Cathedral, in sight he was wedded at the age of fear.
of the tower in which the tablet is The discovery of this King to bowver
placed. Shorts speeches will be made perplexing. The Grand inquisitor had
by the Governor, the Archbishop and stolen hum in babyhood for soltioem
others from a raised platform, whence reasons and the Gondolier instructed
lims E.wpdieaiy will proceed to- te- to bring hlo up, ad -ixed motntesa
tower and perform the ceremony of una- of Maroo nd iapp it was net
veiling. know which was KIg The 6*-
The tablet is a marble slab on which quisitor however sends them to role
are insertedthe word This Cathe, joifaty at Bar.taris till hitg --m
dral was restored daring the year 1901 clearer. In this republican kingdom
in commemorative of the glorious they work and their courtiers lay.
reign of her late Majesty Queen Vie- Tese and GianettA separated
toria. It is fixed on the face of the them at Uast rejoin them and tbh*
tower above tne door and is sur- ome L also* te Plass Toro now a Us-
mounted by two others. The upper- cited L Wlity0l Co, One of the yeau
boostt Is a beautifull -piece of carved men to a igamist. hat which, that
work, erected in 1714; the middle one, is the question ? This ives some .d~
bears the date of 1817. lightful 'I business." N' ngth the
Toward the memorial the sums of nurse announce, Luis. tHe -"nilt," is
530 has been collected 400; of which the real King and Ca0i(dd flies to his
hRve boen spent on the Unilding,__The .arms. Maws Da ley played Gianefte
remainder wUl be carried to the ahd Miss' Brahimer i,..--a. The
Jrgeso Repairs FPud. The restoratioet public who Whd heard wit it c,-cern of
of the fine organ in the Cathedral'wa thI 'rn, a bonina' tl4aip sEt1on dulng
part of the work contemplated when their visit to the other islands was
the scheme of reboevetion was adgpt .__nce again pleased by het-r clever and
ed, and five or six hundred pounds will skilful atting. Mr. C"le as the Inl
be required for that purpose, quisitvr received a thu *dernmg oration.
Thus the whole undertaking when As Marroen nd mGn rp ,' M sansrs.

completed will represent a fitting

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indience; the latter fine voice winning
ms enthusiastic encore.
We P'e Wicliued to scold Miss

Kollie Bradley slightly for a lack of
sdf couideqoe in CaJilda's part; abhe
a*owed sufficient ability to do herself
fullerjustice. To Mr. Coyne as the
Doke and Miss Vie as Dw.hes we
mare our warmest praise. Mr. Coyne
Us a remarkable ranoe of dramatic
power and fills any part he assumes
ae the stage with insight and skill.
Miss Vie has steadily advanced in the
rod opinionof the public here, by
conselegtiouu and able manner
in which she invariably interpreted the
alracter she represents. As Duchess
d*e was exeelleat, and in her songs her
iee voice won her a hearty encore.

This play drew a crowded house.
Although the production lacked the
menie completeness that Mr. Wileon
Jrrett would Insist on, it was admir-
aMy staed. With the gest question
a whetfrv rt wise to go to the
mered fount of Christiaty i --f4ihe
m-tvia onf a dramatic production we

cannot have anything to do in this
ief appreciation. t is sueticient to
my that the moral sought to be taught
w sent home to the audience with
tell power. The central figaues ofk
Mercia, with a loveliness half divine.
as the type of Christianity, and of
Uiar-us, the strong pasi-onate Prefect
ad Rome, as the type of Paganism,
were portrayed by Miss Forsythe and
Mr. Bandmann. Their interpretations
were admirable. Mr. Bandtnann corn-
led warm praise by bis dramatic
ire the passages in which it was
squired of hir. Mr. Fred Coyne had
mt mueh to do as Ner, but we wish
t pay him the riltte of sa yi that
b made S brilliant Nero. Thelittle
bolery which belongss to the closing
womes was done nUmitably b Mr.
arry C W to do as Bereait. but alt
aIe role gave no pla for her quAltiem,
As gave a very pleamug contribution
to a fine production.
ttfllVrrB'JUI"w S4 Br=asee *rm1

in Comedy, -whose one aim is to
ea-rry heatta, or make sad
imetery, oid may ind a great
a- to Iply eujny, and a little to
tolerate, for blessing* ar" not un
mixed in this world of ours. This was
m.sctty thelease on Wednesday night
wbhn the Theatre packed itself cn the
Seels.motlmBeudfit of the popular_
somedua Mr. Harry Cole.. "uentle-
men Joe" gave a brimming measure
e. good ragtag fuN. One or two.
mase, in our opinion oeuld have been
iletcd without lose w the laughter
eing' "power of the comedy.
S however we weold not for world'
pea hyperrints Never has the
p Pm y plSayed b The
teeery Vtr excellent, eapeelatty the
easak seee int Maf There were
ood eoes seta a easy ecMitve
greeping thUAk the stage we y
mark under tto fee f ie aner
e. nmfaa raoatfrt usty. Mr. CGele as
Sesa\teu Joe was i his happiest
ven and won roaring pleadits right
pXir Mr WCeyme r a PAllagtty.
J "ess thoe astt far mwa, was. m eel
bt get up and acted with the skill
'--- and p thai ""W desert him. Mr.
9 "yea great rteeoaendta4oo -_ tha
be does ot take any manerltsm of Ihis
.wn from one characer to samtber.
As W#-* RttFi Carr tbhe -naiety
Math *ea .ker, we saw Miass -" Darley

was some Chrsty MInsrel n Theurda
s to wbni the house seemed irat-er cool
till Miss Chamberlain put in a dane,
which won an encore.


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This piece was ataged on Thureday
at. the Mwtineo Among ll't" pres
cot were inm 2t) rorphanag eisi.lrton,
s aipoor people, the Irter occupied
t he front r,,ws of the tall,- y. They evi.
Kdentlv njvvi th merevws and p.-
\W*M4y, They wffe qIn"ied
ke"eawe bA Mr. Bandmann'" kirdeus.

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The piece suited the ehil Jren and old
people who would not have enjoyed
0 play with a plot. Mi. HarryCole,
the detective, kept all laughing, WtsA-
ever he entered with ** They T
know me now". His song "Just faoey
Meeting Yon," was encored, and he
had to sing a third verse to Wtisfy the
audience. His Marionette =a-ee
with Miss Cissie Chamberlin. was
Also much liked.
Mis Darley as Little Colnmbus"
was very popular. She acted msa
boy perfectly and hersong Under
the Noonday Sun" was loudly .p-
Mr. Coyee's ae a Catn Iasa-
mer was enough to ensure tWr.
Mr. Peamburtes gave a sp mog,
tenor ; asa Mr. Davies as ans eS
in charge of the Prison also ag a
fne soo. o
What however was gre ejoysd
W the Tambourime a y
M aons Hill, Scott sad Reid.

This deservedly popular play wasm

At Content Meth6dist Church on
the 5th the wedding took place of Mr.
R V-m. onA Mia M1 r.ittr

Q0. LU **5rg II a7 apy ipoi. ..un-
tinasl rain. Many small plantations
alotg stream have been swamped out.
Among the three Porus schools one,
Whitfield, has increased in marks. It
nowhas 69, and is the only first class
in Porus.
Red Hills is experiencing high winds.
The schools there re opened this week.
The Sunday School Annuiversary. last
baunday was very sueeessful.
A transport with 3,000 .mules for
South Africa was detained at Barba-
do* while an enquiry was held idto
a mwnrder perpetrated on board.
The Rev. 8. 0. Ormaby preaches at
All Saints to-morrow at 11 a. m. and
4.30 p.m. At St. Beenshas Mr. W.A.
Milae, M. A. conducts the 6.30, p. m.
The "River Singers" service of Song
has come off cesuesfully at St. Mar.
garet's Bay and also a nice children's
entertainment run. by Mr. Walters
.ad presided over by Mr Simith.
We are sorry to m, naion th&t(Mr.
ffR Raniall h l bepn on the siek

Gnoerril J. C. Wilton, and Captain
Aariesr E. Clark.
Tl.A rpmrt Ao u newlK ut.in.

is in a good fipanial position.
-An attempt made by eight Boers
to drive 120 horses across the line
between Krooostad and Bloemfontein
resulted in the capture of the whole
of .the latter.
Prince Henry of Prussia will
shortly visit New York in his yacht
the Hohenzollern." The -.Ht~oen-
zollern oome, to attend the launch-
ing of the Kaiser's new yacht next
Japan has established a specie bank
in Pekin.
H. M. S. Amphion" recently
struck a coral reef and just reached
Vancouver in time to escape founder-
Philippine rebels continue to sur-
render. Oa Wednesday one colonel,
thiee lient-colonels, one major, five
captains and twelve lieutenant, came
in with 323 rifles.
The DeWindt overland expedition
from Paris Dec. 8t8 to New Tork,
left Irkutsk on Wednesday for east

The King in a speech to the Guards
who left for South Africa on Thurs-
day, said that the war might now be
regarded as coming to an end.'
H S. S '. ,r," sloop two
y ;. ,ll, ... : i ',i lom bia to
Honduras, has ueen 32 days out with-
out being repo- otr
A 15 year i Nes Vorkpr sui-
eidedi becaiu- .,iitlr refused to
let him play Hi nhtO rai. '
In Chicago, L. S.. a fix year old
child has had two funerals. Her
parents were divorced and after her
father buried her, her mother dis-
interred the body and buried it
A Chief and 208 Arizona Indians
held by the U. S. Government, these
42 years are being rels-Jeo
Sir raew Cameld ave given the
Kiag 900,000 to help eon the cor-
sade against Consuaption.
A London Cerporation is ar-
ra ng to. supply the poor with two
million penny meals daily.
Sir Wilfred Laurier, Premier of
Canada, bas been officially asked to be
present at the Coronation, along with
Premiers of al. the colonies. Canada
sends a military contingent.
M. Santos Dumont, maker of the
Flying Machine, visits New York
this Spring.
Japan is using wireless telegraphy
A bursting waterspout in Morocco
has killed 200 persons.
Ruspia is to consider the introdue.-
tion of the metric system of weight
and measures.
Blo itz, the famous Times Corres.
pondent in Paris, has resigned. Full.
erton, his successor, is an Americaa.
185,000 is so far in hand for the
Victorian Memorial, London.
In four years British Methodists
have raised 790,000 of the million
guaines they arrived at.
In Georgia, U. R. A., with 117
counties, liquor can be sold is only
Boston can seat a kits Protestants
in Chanch and.. have some 22,000
empy seats.
Virehow, the famous Austrian Doe-
to, has hrt his hip in leaving an
electric car.
Kitehener is authorized to spend
A825.000 on Raiways.V

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tior audience, sad the Company as list for the last three or four weeks
a whole acquitted themselves credit- with an attack of bronchitis and its
ably. Mr. t.oyne as Sir Iewis Grey, aftermath. He is now much better.
the Judge of the Divorce Court, The Baptist Missionary meetings
played his part in a very credit- at Porus came off this week. The
able manner, in fact quite as well as Rev. G. Bailey preached on Sunday,
the original Sir Lewis. Mr. Davies and the Reva, Linton, Donaldson,
made a good Captain Goldfields, Hobson and Reid gave addresses on
and very skilfully avoided the matri- Monday. The offertory was smallerr
monial schemes of his aunt Lady Vir- thin in 1900.
ginia Forrest (Miss Darley.) Plays Mr. C. A. Donaldson, bookkeeper at
of this kind are mucn aided by specta. Midjam, Westmoreland, last week
cular ofteet and the first act was cer- met with a severe injury. His foot
utaaly wanting in brilliancy from got caught in the cogoof the machin-
she absence of uniforms. y m .y and so severely crushed that Dr.
AtkWis would have been very mu I arveyhad to amputate it. Mr.
wre.. eSetive if sung in tie e Donaldson is now in doepital.
uuitmrm of the Household Brigade.. We deeply regret to announee
Apart froimi this the frit set went very death on Monday of Mrs. Priest-
relL. l, wife of the Rev. W. Priestnail
The second Aut also ran .maoothi-a-l el itj. Kind, and ever read
-m amseemfa y. It was vy0 S t .aid those around her thede
to see Dr. Brierly (Mr. Cote) and Sr llny was much beloved by a large
Lewis rey paying court to Lady i.rde of friends. We offer Mr. Priest.
YVirginia in the bathing machine. Miss m il our sincere sympathy in his great
Paythe wa* s g Wda s Alma Somert, es-a.
bat the fact tashe dia not ing lao 1
to the andiense some of thpresMt R
parts of the play. Thefinal see ast* THE WORLD BY CABLE.
the carnival in whick Lady Vtrgain--
eleats the character of Alma Sowose t [BY WI. D. CABLE 00., LTD.]
and conseuts to her marriage with the
pallans Captain deserved he applause Steamships of a- new line will
it gained, shortly run between St. John, Hali-
There are some pretty soags in the fax and Kingston, -Lucea, Black
-" Gaiety Girl' which are ao p-pular River, Montego Bay and Sav-la.Mar.
tavourites-" Jimmy on the Shnte. Wutda puosuing tradewith the-
" Tommy Atkins" asod the delightful l West Indies senad Messrs. Robert
*18ashaine Above." TWiO hot, wM ro, and E. M. Wilcox, Presi
fairly well rendered by Mr. Davies, ait and Assistant Secretary of the
but bis voice is eeareely high enough OL a dian Manafacture Association
$is Vie' as Lady G bad y-to toWur the islands seeking the op-
tle dotbo tof ore a was .weu ralties of trade.
dose. The daniang was exeDeat The United states continues to
madte fact waSemOf the -featr~ steMfgtben her msuadronlin Venezuelan
the rePrentati. water to guard aptast rioting and
a. rehy should the rebels prea over
O... ...L IN'ERE-T rs forem,.
OF LOCAL INTERES. la thie eltag, Berlin, on Pri-
.. ..a --.An ,Herr Boneaeberg, made a long
Weather fine and cool. says0ee olt speech inst Mr. Chamber
a,!? A .. ... :,;, "ini a tdthe "ritish Army. His
Mr. A. Levy gave an electo- ad-" peh called frth stern rebukes,
*es at Poros last asht. -a m aef e r on ko
iftt- sTo re on Ro- ad-oy Aantfatd- t>J ount Von
i Fst. .h t en PM. on Mody ow who disgreed with it, and
The aarge atchaen is not to be the BriLtih or th r bravery.
Tshe- iU r osime t.ito e also said it was safeguarding
_rublisbed till Syuodmet. It i. -i ndeendenoe and bono ,: to-
then be made a toer ly. e vaepee with England.
Four shillings a bishe is the price e vate pAlan with Enl d.y took po
of coffee at Chtonro Generml Alban recently took poSL
I oree aMon sesinon of the s. w. Laitaro, and
iPorus oranges ae rotiug and ted her with cannot ngiinst the
bWrng eaten by birds. will of her owners the t ,uthamnton
Time big tounst steamer tPinse auu.hp CoTan,, He hai given
n Athen" a due hee next Thuray. he value in money to a Panama
The Athenaeum meets neawt Tuea Pasker wo keep.
y at p.m., wel-there Will be& America's new Pott Master Gen-
"Hat Night," s r Paine.
"*Coffee Harvest" takes place to. ral, p Mr. Paine.
rodaboate preparations it ",in$
morrow at C.ifton church and pros. made to celebrate the Pope's Silvei
'Mi pe"la HeJuWteee this vear all over the wrli
The people at Hope Bay are keenly a M.S. "Indefatigable" after ha.v
-i6, to the eveats t.Dy Adv"tat hu bn ee repaired St llwlifi ...md-
SWe acknowledge with. thanks an a od run to Bermuda. Admiral
e afrkoomlDr.e M handian ; td ixs pleaen with the job.
almanc from Dr. Morse's Indian The a. a. "lBraemnr Castle" strand.
ttoot P onIs an hahit. ed on the Isle' of Wight bn T,.e-
SLouis ,Jonns anhahitLeriminl day morning with t5 pas",ngern.
is arrested at Falmonth charged with ard.- H, re e. .nt" srand,
Windand stis, the word from The fIwin- gentlemen will r
ar a l a relapse of lhuo-...e, L i ti0 W g. t le en w ill r ,
*'avltMar a -ti a relapse lf R -tniren ,nt, the United States at tec
o ite .orti 'i "e. tioa n, Mr. Wbitelaw '.e&,,

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