Jamaica times
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Title: Jamaica times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: January 25, 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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System ID: UF00085573:00024

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VOL, IV., NO 9.1

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L Listen, Children,"
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" Should ministers
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Jamaxle in Liverpool.
Odium Literarium (Poetry)
By John Stapleford.
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J, JANUARY 25, 1902.

Amvy AftorziAou,
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Thue Oo*fonation.

an-ly About Persons.

The Militis Vote.
The Intitute Again.
Well Done, Canon Ripley.



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Science," Tennyeon says, gr6l and Beauty dwindles." It is
even o. We gair convenibces at l_ of gr aesnd save miles
with the infliction of monotonomy and nens. Here i one of the
lattet outgrowths of modern se imposedd hideouisa. The
pidtae Uiltrates. man equ ipdl ee igaat thj dagrs
and risk of swift autfmobiog. y i he Hs o headyy. Be-
aidwa tiheri&s-eap and tbro. me fsad n4t a 0d big g
one nALicel that the smill as:mut exposed beat a sm*ined,
natural look omwver, it ni ato that thit eqUhp-
meat is recommended, ad M t t money to buy a rs., and
rioh people ar still scrce, am s the pre, will be ch
appalling looking objects a* the abo

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Malvern News.
Our friend G B. 8. writes :-The
nudinali- hroiul AtlniverTrv at St.


Miy,jgouthfiald.-eai" offbu'ucefnly.
The Rev. J. D. Ellis, onoe the earnest
anbenergetic pastor of that flock, was
the preacher on the occasion. Hiit
text, an appropriate ona was selected
from the Gospel of the day. The
Church was crowded with earnest
hearers, to listen once again to the
sweet voice uad the earnest appeals
of their old Rectot. The response
a. VM e of Snday School Teachers,
aOents and guardian, were forcibly
, bewor s them. lThey were
aem dmi tmlated to sootiune theit
Slw The musical part of the
Sid mu to enliven the day's
tieadnsI, althAdoh Mr. Natin,
L a.~tIr of he late Mr. George
-TbejeH^whopreifded at the orgu,
VO N Iffrio"w, pbhsicayl. It snt
n m ea( sins ahe sa ered the loss
of .tblovd u..thies; dow she is,
Al bereft of ber father. We offer
.her i rM aodb. e.. Many of Mr.

to siee hi Mr. Ellie an his

fly are dear to tbe nears o many
of tbrpeople of 86 Mary's and are
gratly pised. The Rev. GAntleman
was mhob pleased tosee the improved
condition of the Church, as the new
Rector, the Rev. J. Rigg, has done
much by way of raising funds and
securing free labour for its embellish-
ment. Mr. Ellis, shortly after the
fower service in the evening, left for
Potsdam to spend the evening with
t- e Rev Mr. Pearman. It is sin
merely hoped that the Rev. Gentleman
will be spared to visit us again.

Carron ai Items.
The rainy seabn continues. Strong
oerth-east wivd blowing, and the

to Port Mara thronghl, HamlP
t" It is itest impassable.
October and t W'oi ber there were
Obiro -ato O drayi d carts working on
thiaroad. Now the number is redudid
ta.tor r nd these ge.at the greatest
r16tk f will give some faint idea
of tSai i suLItae of -things.
Shops can't get goods.
Bananas can't go to the Bay,
spoiling in the fields causing
nerL distress and loss.
ed attention eary but
in Vah. +*.
'The Government are like many
people who will no patch a hole in
ihe roof of 'their boose until the
,, ood-gate" of the firmment are
opened and a unmanageable stream
of waters poured into their dwelling,
thwn they goet iWnto niifin.' Go to
-.trawle PonVaide y7ou_.4-lms the
truth of this 4tsapt if y"o doubt it.
The hand of the last enemy" is
bheay on the district. Daring the
put week seven asols have departed
iibs lifo
The deaths eo Mtr Maria Walker
...aSiU -9fh. tA' afSfT. ued of

2-Henry Si
3-Joseoh P

6-Williaw (
6-James 1
7-Thoma s
.Acording t
other, who kvei
with a Mrs.
course of a
divorce was
Mr. Crow
wif .. had a
sad son vrieo
she tossed re l
hun, "noela
Mrs. Orowtor
tion suit ws:
U*owtbet ne
support her, al
a decree : Mid
husband, Mr.
masrbhim. NM
the eireulatiow
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was entirely to

' an of Danbury,
of New Yorlk.
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Jersey. city. 4-

Jersey, utty.
lridgeporr, Cyna.
ndley, Meridan,
affidavits Crow.
Ioa, fell in love
dUey when there
living. In the
however, a
bUi Mr. Lindley.
discoveredd his
of her own,
re occasions
d gli4,vare at
s the separa.
because Mr.
"wim refused to'
had obtained
m her sixth
in order to
said about
ery and lass
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16s. a week and 13 counel
fee was lf the allow.


Peuodioal Agency.
-Note the footing Prices.-
Strand 6d, post Windsor
Boys Own Pa On a
Sunday ae~i .sure Roat,
Cottage r ah" iXbt in the,
Hfome; Cllf penion ; Oa
Little t fe lid.
Liofe of v;|r O
Ramel's Ann is, post free
Whittaker'as r 1902m, on-
Irged free"
Beecham't Mos. 1 to 19,
2d eeach ^rx 3* 6d post ffe
ANew d Amrtmeat of
Note Paper 1* .Isis 3d, and
Is 6d per pk8 t
Envelopes Is 6 c of 500 ; s, 5s,
6s, Ss per 1000.

hubr od Hl10 t.r -ek te r sueprt T Lu ent
Sew. o a tw a .-. A .n

rOd d ,won~di LHer te w as i

both lOft good many children and ahaft adl
relativeCI to aior their lose. We i
tender thae or hear-elt sympathy.

Had Seven H bands. Ploual.,
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hbstdand 10mr we*ekt to support Pimento
her. T was th seventh husband Aricultural
of the woman, and it:was at least the do'
fourth time she had appeared as plain- Orang BSuddt
tiff in an action for the dissolution of Orang Pr
her marriage. r
The first three hbhauda of Mrs. Or
CrOwther had died, and from the Sprayi
o rth, fifth and sixth, she hId secured A



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Our Fresh and Complete Stock just arrived. Order New.
BUCHER & GIBBS PLOUGHS and other perts.

The Agricultural Warehouse,


"Time" when writing A dvcrtisers.

p Kingston.

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All we ask of Smokers is
a Careful Comparison.
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Bangles mr Wedding Ritgs O lking
and Slivering aneatly exWted,




Xafr Droodaf Sal,
Under the management of Mr. C. H,
JOHNSON, of Bristol. Tie Saloon
fitted np oanthe Egis principle,
nd' one ca enjoy .Hair Cutting,
Shavieg or Shampooing, under the
most favourable conditions. Pat-
ronised by the Nobility and Gentry
of the Island.

Tailoring Der t.
ploys Two Cutters, ard undertakes


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Ladies BOOTS and SHOES
of the highest grades.

Department. :
Shirts, Hats, Collars, Ready-made
Clothing, Boots and Shoeo, Hoselrym
Neckware. Perfumery, Toilet *
-a+iqtes, PyjanaMsB e--.tc.-e...----

Athlitio Departmaet.
nThei Pr4itor of the Sprts inp^Ti
is Sole Agent for
SLAzliRS Athletic Bequitshs.
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Edited by H. 0. Burnett.

Articles intended for the agrricl-
weal page will be carefully considered.
TAo 4 ricultural Editor, will answer
allU fwseio forwarded by our readers
mon aricultural and kindred topics.
Bread Fruit Suckers.
'TAdf itor:
j,9-I observed the Rerd. Dr.
Array's letter in your column on
Bread Fruit plants. The surest way
to catch this plant in to plant the
stamp. e. out a plant that is about
6 or inches in circumference, about
* iobhes both way from the took,
eatoff the top and leave a stUmp
about 2 feet long; if any root dmesends
in the ground pluck it up. In pleat-
Ing lei e a little when spriw u tirakn
off leave the 2 strongest These


plants commence to put oat li-- l
about 5 feet frum the ground, and
will soon go in bearing.-I am etc.
Wady Hill, Riversdale.
Bananas in Bristol.
Straws Istw how the wind blows
and the extending trade in our
Bananas in Britain is shown by a re-
cent meeting ot the Bristol Watch
Committee. This had before it
a complaint from .the Fruiterers
and Greengrocers that the counters
arts plyin with bananas, simply
swarmed, asked that they-be regis
tered (like our Kingston hand carta.)
Several members emphasized the ad-
vatage to poor people of being able
toobtaina banam a esaiily and cheaply.

From the Institute Mr. E. S.
Panton, the Curator has sent as some
interesting notes on the above.
Humming Birds belong to a family
comprising nearly 500 species, one of
the largestof feather families. Their
beauty notwithstanding, they are poor
in intelligence, and like many pretty
people restless, irritable, and pug-
oaseoa, they freqenflt owers to
feed chiefly not on nectar, but on
beetles,ants and spiders. They wage
determined battles, -over the lowers
they have selected to vista, with i-
traders. These battles e sometimes
well nigh to the death.
The Barbados Blaek Bird is next
dealt with by Mr. Panton. This
brd likes the 1open pasiure lad. He
loves ompany, like the bngltab lBk,
and whether eating, walking, nettln
sying or sleeping, i gens ay
ti S~ok. In a single "a'g tr- Mr.
Psaton fount 15 nest. ThDwi o
a very rainy early' Jne. Nest
usJing prooseded merrily despite the
prtia bua nate andlth maInt
weo tua fto, rietglag diry geu,
ad Uits of stem, and often with
LtwiOttr-tanlfl noe of' "*Tig
Sia m. t brasnehg ferctonb. over
M Wbfon "ad a neb m b tt bed l
woms among the grass roots, r- tbO
A gio t4% B oi hn< hrdmby ib
a*ttaMed hte ihbiulg l eh bak l
O aenge wecvsl they ale. leve. *Elhe
WM tele Url aod am up ihka '&ad
's i ftm s uetfVawith hereA -heir.
two or three *'o t
Sd r, i~"th tble suand imtrwetr
lis of brown, oet tdmirmO a tsh
mlrger end of the egg. Web" ret
i~ Vlotchea .iadg. The Bids
.L tt ijtrbders near their *IMt
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ttmelMe ready for Aghte a4drt,
ad suspiioue. They are ofn to
%% ma bikerngh s and nomalamtang
#id onuMAdiUg M they MtGle down M
St roosting tlaoes t ait.
'Ite notes havtig all appeared
r-rpr~t, we do not reprodue them
i xteoMe but in the above o nsa ary.
We mmt however express the lateremt
- wt-iuetnr man n -thea. -It -4*
pMiftly in this way that oar satumi
Mory ean be made interstIag to oar
mwn people. and we hope Mr. Psotom
wil ejatlnue the series


wheat meal, this preparation of
turnips is said to make a palatable There is never lack of egg-shell
loaf. It is raised with yeast like any "material in a limestone country. The
wheaten loaf, and when the bread is 'drinking water alone will furnish
properly raised, baked and cooled it is enough for the purpose.
said the odor and -flavor of turnips is "--
scarcely perceptible. It is reported that many of tire
Potato bread is made of one part. coffee plantations in Brazil will not
potatoes boiled and mashed dry and yield in 1992 a third part of what' tLey
two parts of .wheaten meal. It is ave done last year on account of the
then railed with yeast and kneaded lone drought experienced.
like any other loaf. ---
Rice bread is made of three parts Providence Estate St. James, will
wheat flour and one part rice. The start crop on the 1st of March.
rice is boiled tender and drained free "T-- *
from water and mixed with the flour. Fourteen and 's quarter inches of
It is then mixed into a loaf and raised rain have fallen to the Montego Bay
with yast and thoroughly baked. 'putof St. Jauis since the iast of
Barley used to be extensively used this Month. .
for bread of a coarse quality, but itis C s ". .U
infertew to wbrh- d, toagh used, Cornwall Esta1 in Westmoreland
extensively in Europe, is seldom seoe is usill isiai new nmaelinero.
in this country. Ma-e Mair epem4 to reap ao&ut Oea
tons this crop
Cement. of d
The King of dellhto in

To mead China, tke a solution of er 'n Ma- ma o i
gum arabic and stir In enough plaster o, t a bind- aor, pmilah
of Paris to make a soft paste. This a fa goi landed.
Is quite eplourless and holds china farm going l banded.
excellently. For very delicate china No fewer thai ,100 pears. have
some people tie the pieces ucrefully been gathered frqat a Jargonelle pear
in place with tapes, stand in a sauce- tree in the garle of Borthwick,
paa of cold milk and very slowly beat Manse, Gorebridge, Eng. The tree
to boiling point and then move the
n back from the fire and let was planted 48 years ago, and has
_ ku n rm tre and beenpraned jandedor 4!ews
the china tayin for about five;be et.
minutes, aftbr which it is careu lly
lifted oot and plumd on a shelf tal
To make a cement for rubber or
leather, dissolve one ounie of eblnrb-
form. Cleas the'patt to becemrnted.
Cover each part with the solauton, and
let dry for twenty or thirty minutes.
Now warm each part in thd Same of a
handle, and press very, firmly together'
Iuaw y.

American made sta8 r. I
Secretary of Aialtm Wilon,
estimate the beet sgarprodstlo
fi rwO---,,-a o The-m-e.
ater production is eatiated a
Southern states, 000,0 tons ; Port
imR .eo- t.o; Hawai, 000, 0
toal, 700000 tons. .-i.
I&he faf production is divided
tii!ltka tons ..


and the officer of the Society.
The Show Committee will meet at
Gordon Town on Friday the 31st inst.
at 2 p.m.
Our Exports.
Approximate statement supplied
b) the Merchant's Exchange:-

Articles. -

Coffee, cwt. .. 48,811 578
Cooeanut, No. 14,23M, 10,80K,>1
Cocoa, cwt. ... 16,37 t14
Dyewoei s ... 1W0
Bananas, ... 7SQP W ?,UI3M
Orange, No.. 74,887 86,11,060
Ginger, owt, ISO=B. 1 6,1.t
Pimento, owt 6,7 ,7
Ram, gailk. .. 1JN M
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The Fruit Association. N
The St. Mary's Fruit Grower?- Asso A promin4ng tate for ruober
eitito, Iiii. had.i its first urdiaiiry meet. has recently b ean from the young
ing. It is prosperting. TI'i year shoots of tte oct y Mountain grease.
thete ri to le a weekly steamship wood plant.
service. lIrestaers are to be seven -...*-
now tuatead of twelve. Those for Of the many mb*litutes for olive
this yeA~rare... R. DaCoNta, Ivanhoe oil, the favourite Is cottuonseed oil,
tiAdpaille, A. D. Goffe, John, 8, but a formidable, rial is sunflower
Si.vera, C. A. Sheriffe, Thomas seed oil. This ciep material promises
Syiame. to become quim.,lportant. It is
adapted for many. and seems to
Different Kinds of Bread. be esecially i la, as a lamp oil,
,- in dyeig and in qsp-making.
Many different materials besides
wheaten floor have been used forJ The interesting discovery has been
bre.t. Beans, peas and other vege.made that mosquitoes are attracted
tables, as well as barley, Indian meal, in very different degree by different
oatmeal and other gram, have been olour--ost by lsM, lat by white
tried a different tima in place of or elolw.. As aS eooeeqaeoe the
wheat. Even trnip, boiled until regulation army ur or navy blue i
soft and maehed with the greater to be withdrawn trm the malarial
art of the water preued out oftbem, district in the Umited States, were
ue been used for bread. When Ios.uitoesboul ad white witbe
mixed with one half its weight of issued instead.

by the Rev. Walter Waddell, who has
been the incumbent of the ptrilh
during that period. The present op
is the largest it has ever borne. The
average weight of the pears is three
to the pound.
Port Royal Mountains.
The general quarterly, meeting of
the Port Royal Mountaap Agricltaral
ISociety, was held at Guava Rid-e on
Saturday the 18th inst. Mueb butifaes
was transacted among which was the
arranging for the annual Show tn
connection with this Branch. The
8how was fixed for Thnrsday thW 18th
April on the Hope Grounds The
following members were appointed in
the Show Committee:
Mesrs W. G. Clark, Robert 8Wdg
wlek, W. Harr, T J. Har W.
Cradwiek, Cs Moan, Isae Brai don,
P. C. Canha, R A. W. Holwell,.J. W.
Syltob, 8. Bemry, R W #. -tle.r
A. Duval, W. Gray, Thomas Tait,
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OUR HILDEW OLUMN I wb bistmrical Am
IOUB;Clil~fiEBS' CXLUI ~ low u pon the wW
children mra pam
Ediftd b1 (uwe~u Ju~k. other, touchiw,
-quiriag finger, Th
BA-ES OF IMPORtTAN~CE. and nurses for the
wbooemotbhs was
l"L geD&I4 aut of tMe Pfrige All
W".. wWif pevb-a aicns$me wben they I go t6
a NO& a161 1IQmenti BWMO- asgaija p"06-4
dewa he bo 6 a aplores basdse*,e ac q
Ilet his o 020 a SooiT palro4white,
where gbo Fifght of hu fame"b eg.
*0, father to,,n. t ia idtnaq Tim hibilmhm "p
4"" *h 'ir b a.The Wel, -an" 10, a I
rltb~li~qy, be Cguins woob
~~eZgenstleutnBr is .7 Primes. the Cs~aria w46u~
WAlbrt, son of s hewb of bf*
I m Wales grai o aiavq ta6 Wia .. j
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The conditions ipr all our Children's WiLL REVISIT JAMAICA.
Competitions are-
SThose oonaptige-- -
(L) Must be blow 17. The wide circl ii .lnaea with
(I.) Mst beqd us in full, ther whioL Mr W. Allrei t nes of D.
'Kilkad Ltd.), eame .j*to eoalllt
nae., a teseand axe.Kinkead Ltd.), came into contact
a3.)me rddOTls H O WIOUT during his recet visit to our Islad,
AI3) eSTAT r will bear with pleasure that th enter-
(! ) st ave the above a Ud prising. a genial merehant will be
b a) J&bar t s s ~da in Februaryw, f
by a rt ber- nofd at toie oath. He .ill .prolba
PUZZLE. be in ~. e Cooloy for four mwe
SJawrhe iImpreopd Mr. Jonem I
Take word to fill it the inrt line. favowamby as Mr. Jones did Jam1.,
The same word. bMhided, il0 tbhe d rI m know tie contemplates a
aeoomd. and again bdbeaded, fill the *eend urlit, with pleasure. He has
third hblnk. been dvoti h ,himself very specially
if emr friGed v~o m soime(Wiafftlrs in consetion
Yes will ft1l them rows -- lith J~miles,. sins his return to
Before you're rrown 4verpolan, wad his 25 years' experience
A f imn~ rter .d exporter stands hai
ST fiod ta ol.y--, in esoellent tead, enabling him to
Wh& lls of a- 'dipwse of prodioe HL best pisi e ,ia-*
WAS ht the fild all -. a I w w mutually satitrtory and


The wind is sl p Rosip,
I must be bIl.
For every idle wvi I breathe
He'll carry jr'the hill;
And shrub, and rock, and bird
and tree,
That I love jealosly,
May form someone leer opinion
Of poor o:d fookhi me.


MQ Wai w as m Jau l; he
lbwt V arWrl eboo, dhhbo o M
The Ofin Was C~ M aJIM tb
Leys Navy of war. ship and he
ons oe Jamaica to open the big
adbab s thatwe hed" AOKiag-
dtwR that he married Prinoe..Ma
mud besom" the 4klh" IM~k 2r. Sle
SetS abd -nsevra other eldoo
VbmW* ere SIXtImen-41%
iasi bd-~mg

When bedtLhe oam stupid habild
Is cOee and tris away ;
Ax if the lo lomne ot
Enough forliIWa
Gi~sa everoatU M t e

And off teo danresstirtr lest
80Tma ^ ijf, iq tW^hi WM J
.W W hiz ObkbwB W^b^^R*^^^ bi sH
Youn eaant 6 ~kfi' bead,
Or good, or bAd, .
That isn't atarY I.n bed.

An easy road rt r smoothly down
To Half Way Ttiw.
For evsthi ta but began,
J- a et + + one,

o 'I mblin
do klhe
In fTU"
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To a it'- rer -. profitable.
That foolish old king -,
Judged love emly by hi-- etoria as It Is.
A man who tries to -, retoriaa
His hearers all should -,
And these do good to ---- The folloinz news from Pretoria
is eneonrarinnur. s showing that real,
With his big, heavy --y pror being made i
He was breaking the --, prore e n
When he fell off the --. pacifying South Africa:-
'Twould be useless to play on The New Year finds the general
T e s situation here vastly more serene thba
Or n to on he it rwas a year ago. Lat January the
Or even to e I- Bor eemmanduss, Kaemp ad BeyMer
To soothe the feri.oue, wild *igor--.m f boh rdmae
The might w dark, twe d w 'id4 ASat
-W OO Kaldf*atWin to-day -tha plae.,
Sewly I I i be oky th e4 drict bt Prowtn
Oar*S it f^rbed In- --' wd JOIArtem lg, and for ailes
y bes fbrdin every --. redat o, Was es o iM
Th soldiers warm from resent in London or Broadway it New York.
Drank from the cool ad rippi- The markets bee are boo.in,;
*g_-- property MaS are of daly ooeerreme .
And soon they all Oere very- .-. Latd seven m"i. from mw0 burg
Sis elin at 50 .an are in atiolpa-
IU bd& is bexUlatswt arl*-* to=>*rrtof 40tn j( ^.
tsr e L eetrW tayw w rseadti ewja
A ter" ^ in" slnwmin. Pow, ldwtriil and
And all the whilk heart U- -. eommeveial enterprises ar being
I- Is cot wals kel a a -gged--, prem Work ia the iime is mew
e Mrely waos anAwkward --, waiatalned unbroken, ina tjhef pyr
At eser oe frot hovel -. of nativqlabour is atisfadtory. it i
naderatood that 30,000 natives are
COMPETITION coming srmoPt immediately from
FOR CHILDREN. Mozambique to meet the grown
requirements of the stand. tood-
INTERESTING O ALIN a4 he- s .h ities, aad Mlea --I
m1r6OOL laurier of life are pldtiML r_,-.
-l- auts pow given ab the it
In ref"Ora to t Conptitioait al b th ht kew
( aats""t C6 hrfi si a .5tim
tliMwheir al mat-Ptihe the V3Ungs. A &
.., L sooq. .t us jA Meteor .etIt on oFiMr

wh a are o'erei d s e easteer. lem
doe tst, sa- IT a ... tpal ,
gM t3%BkSr 1 '** d
a iw uB ia'iw k fcu :ri
,+^ -I ,, u^^B^ ^^, r m ^r,,---- .
ltM lm heas aWlI t .l teha.t e

VM il art oo ,,w l l'a a l d' ,

WeIb~mummm As** is. wle ,a
llM.,i<.. s.wt A M .,Uo. ft ,ol F-i..ml ,
S we offered, A'e 0
Sdoe but, and tB
B~~ ~Ikn give bhwo ,^^^w^^- ^ ^ *^^'r M^ ^^ ^ w ^ ^^ f^^^ ^ ^ ^ B
.1my-wh dim s^ bwa&S

Sbqis *on to^ A?^ Oe.0 11lm

to my view.
Jlasmi you jailer, deais f.om your
Unlock the d9prway of scene I
__et the shut *vwitoo come -"t of its
J'Pak no your. dreams, and go


The royal nursery in St. Peters.




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Cart and Dray Wheels boieed and ready for use
S-- (made of Naitve Wood).
a_-|*_| .-Ti m* Burgy Oandles, Wbips, Chamoise, amrness Leather. -
Sole Leather Buckles, G-alv. Wfre Netting, all aiLes. --
GENERAL IRONIQGNERY. Oalv. Coi timiuou, Hlooftng, Horse Haesp, s he iJr sheet,
P ,akniLk ve, EKnlsrMl. tlad e shplBa OwlbWalew Paar,
SXce Cream Freezers, 1 to qtr., jStable Itroome,
39 KING S.OET, !oratr, lhovl iS, PilS OOtallow, t t-,
\ 13edroorn Lamtps, Htri ess Dressing, etc., etc'





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By ss. Port Antonio, Alleghany and William Cliff.





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Datee, 4jdi per lb. peaks
Nuts, Mixed, Is per lb.
Onions, 4d per lb.
Potatoes. 12lbs. for sl 6d

" L*

-C cArs Cocoa, in jib tins
Noines' Cocoa in jib tins
Concentrated Cocoa in jib tins
F-erris'--_-a _ 1 Od ner lb

Ling Fish, 6d per lb.
Graham Wafers, 74d per pack
Finnon Haddocks, in tins



bags, at 3-d

Cane (Crystals) 1121bs.
per lb., Duty Paid

Keen's Mustard, flb tins
Pickles, Walnut, Is
Ditto Mixed, Is
Ditto, Onions, Is
Oatmeal, lib,, 21b and 71b tins ,,

Ferris's Bacon at Is per lb
Jams, Assorted, at 6s 6d per dozen
Jars Mascot, in pints
Prunes, Stewing, at 6d per lb
Lager Beer, Fallert's, at 4s 6d per dozen
(Is for empty bottles returned)
Flour, Ceresota, in 121bs bag, at 2s 3d-
{Ohbapest and Best in Town)
Bi-SodA in kegs at 10s 6d
Nails,"`Wire,' 1 and 2in. at 14s per keg. -

Mention "'Jamaica Times"

when Oi'dering Goods.

Dr. Barkd Antispto TarOAt PAST.LLz Extrat from a Lady's Letter.
A Sovereign Remedy for Affections of the Throat, etc. -I
For Vocalists, Public Speakers and Voice Users Generally. tued out better than amy I hoae bought inea K have


(Copy] Broapton Vioarage,
York, 2lst December, 1901.
Dear Sir,-I am neither a Piloess,"an Bminest Tenor," oar a "Smart
Society Songstress," but you may possibly not eomider it aB impertioence if a
mere Couttry Paon relieves bis mind by teltiug you how very valuablebhe has,
found yoRr Throat Losenift. A year and a half ago I had had a serious Throat I
breakdown : Pharyngitis and threatened ryagiti: and for some mootbs wasl
unable to do my usual work either privately i paromial visiting, oru blioly'
in preaching. Indeed it was thought by one meieal man that I bho always l
have trouble with the throat. I have used yar Losenges for some time without,
kno ing who the original makers were, until quite lately, and ave got through
last winter, and so much of this without a breakdown. When I add that
my Sunday work means four full ervioes (in v hioh I sing with the Choir) to
myself," at two of which I preach you will see this no mean ompliment to
the ale and effioacy f your7aille I now bluay -to ile ma
up in yur own boxes. Yra. faithfully, F.. .HAMBRS.
I have recenimended them to does of people.
To Ac rWan 8 e ns o.,wepooll. j
Sold by all Chemists and Druggists.
None genuine unless bearing the above Tde Mark.




SIf you are a Connoisseur just try eitherof the brand S- -f

am glan to tell you."
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?T a is e onl one of the many unsolicited testimonials we are
entsetly reeeiaing, spekig in favtar of our
Candian Boots and Shoes.

Tb. Om CNen WmJhrouh.-M mIua-fret,
J _j.. 3. SMITH. MANRaW.












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FLOR DE COINSTANT SPRING. Eduastion'-i imparted, and can ,
didate prepared for the Cambridge
VfLJ-, WANT MO E. Local Examit&tlon, and for Matrieu.
Station at Britishatead Cnaan Univer- AT
Mrs. MorriBso continues her le n
1 wants in Cigars and Cigarettee. mentary Clus. .V TIDV
0CK W. %fo tisae, P;+rhfmipatflj


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(-W~ o iUbe plewcd as)we tkiefu
ro~4ib04 to swer w in thie.iol-

1 J. 8. B.-Where bi the oPople
Discount Compa) I.
S What is mamt by Munro
Doctrine ?
SWill the four additional members
it in Council thnd esuion.
AX. (1) Aidrap fO:q;"e Street
't,0. 4 ismmt,-I. m

tow e Grange, ha W.l Tre, IXr.
G. C. Hsthangi dating Jan. 1 19ig
wri s of e o te
1lt It, the follAwLg u ery by .
eom of throwing the d at in the
grave, in which so manyseo" mZiom
to have a mt the ouSewt g
Chure of 1r, Sbe tlandbdst thereon
by Vicar Wheatly, 1 n
explain the matter.
"Then hen the earth shall be
cast upon the body by os standing
by. the Priest shall say: "In s
much as s hath pleased Almighty
God of Hi great mercy to take
unto himself the sol of onr dear
brother here departed, we therefore
commit his body to the ground, earth
to earth, ashes to ashes dust to dust;
Vicar Wbeatly observes on this
Rubriek "he casting of earth upon
the body was esteoed aa mt of piety
by the hethens; in-bso taa to
fad body unburied, amdlneave it nn-
,overed, wa judged sa thm
grea th crime. In abG Ctltch
ti ha been ae ounted o ee tial
* ho ea .ofemnris t hat itr ordered to
bedo by pui at hirUelL And
the eSie ; dbou -ebi-rtak*
in the iSt Comwma Pryer of King
Edward VL Ut tn our preet
Liftrgy it is O rl Rde a sfl
be eat eo thebody b "Isme tand
ingby ia gAso Aits generally left to
one of the beaters or, sextoa who
give there eal e each un the
dy, or coffe wht t tt iie pro
nunoees the solemn form, wMheh ex
plains the ceremony; namely. "earth
to earth, ahres to ashes, dust to


Why don't our booksellers who have
ae mkof etermtretme ot rfpects,
stock the C0s0idis rrlarht Itsi
aitecellent Maga re s d
ly being made more ezxe mIt. There
is teo a teadiy growing itterest heme
i n thglag Canadian. Ourf beslUers
should wake *. *We -tr<,M, ad to
thereasng te the Merpbants'
change at well as in the Iusta
t o .te
The January issae opens with a
A is of importan'Q Ie Ylitte4i
There is aa SUtLtIMFi vapero sCa
dian Wegteht sod -ma-rs, sod
another er of tret alvay. In even
well proeth ed. Aeew f~a lrom 1Od
to i5 il and a fnSrom it~li t bJ
to earitngmration- ne ad a alof
Mlken. `&by' "ldw i
Smith e tohe Pebhe tlehool Qes
is of importance, while eIco
andm the lige tra tio of l tatt rare
well proved. new column "D.
dities- and Curiositif" Ls bWen
A LUttle S&u4 di oh asae 1ivf aw
two illultrattlos qriy WrMch otit of
the/ common. The remind us of
some of the Illustrations of that rare
magazine the Dome.

St. Andrew's Kjrk.
W e e pleased on enquiry to learn
that St. Andrew's Kirk stands at the
end of 1901 with a gain of 26 in mem-
bership. The income was 775, and
the balance at credit at the year's
end nR as 2. We antice with special
pley*ure that no less tihan _140 wai
spent by third vigorous congregation
for Benevolent and Missionary par

The annual meeting
takes plase on T'
Doaeoases Bioew, .
usesatCg to which Mir
bat 3 F.m. The A
peeled 1o be presml'
Ei onsmmt will hemls
tbheaddrenss Thist
better umB and bdp4

Fawell to tha

eAdoekon Tlhm*'si
b" 11 6 li

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Seeabd into the li -to be
persesto Mrc lOe and
Mr. f. T. Davies. TiIbaute to
their worth was eiatdr f y- by the
gentlemen the city a pre ted
t Uvief Magitrate ,orhip,
Dr. otao,. Mr. land Mr.
Davies brief acknowledged he com.
pliment, the latter in a very happy
speech. He spoke warmly of the
hospitality and open heatedness with
which the Company had been met,
despite the talk of dull times.
We are ai a of bad
Ws r am T.s

l'tUo4e to esu it, fiat

The banana trade .& .,a sod.

Mr. Alfoe,. day #eboaeL.6oer and
ceatechist at 8t. Luke's Imen Sta-
tion (Anglican) has resigmd hi church
connections and offies.
Falmouth N ate
We are having fine t Loais
Jones tbe O otorioul hlea got
hdm the a oest i of the
waoth with a w4 to tr
ad Adobetter d when aWd
connects an wheon eem
We iare having e r Lo
Weon' the notortoarl h got

rom the oea-havet teix
tho od wV" voork Fal.
mouth with Sc whor Mr
db, urai ie a an- ope. viit
The schools have a ; to do

I. Young, is do tory
onthe tloia
aIN, asany oae gaH*h v i
f&" Ofift- W. it; I

Ann's Bay Wesleirikf j-hool,
whose tewiherwa: Mr. Clarke,
has, at thl Drax Et~~tion for
the Jamaica High Se pohNifeed first,
and won the Foundation'~ olarship.
He will enter the Instit*tion on the
25th inst. The commani ~' okr dpon
Mr. Clarke as one of thie tht teachers
they ha ha had for the 14t IG years.
.elias Iraine andmeat a ou ys wh
are filling important options wit
creditand efficiency. Spmking with

E, 'S

him a few evesings ago, Mr.,' Clarke
S "I ghave myoW ma. who "are
pastd ebe y nu -fot Tse
as doctors, aeinters, tesobters, ree-
ner oaoers, dispensers, ircaotile
clerks, moetbanie, a eoistables and
other etlihup." We wish him ein-
oressed seacess;.
Lat we#k on mnfortnaste seoew
took plae o oe of the stores at St.
Aw B ay. A Peweroew elP mea-
ber, after a quarrel with a thork on
a pestt narerd, was very peh can
i $Pbamu eh the latter resented
woq a4 d ramawll weh the flrnw
;rer~ruta aher ewto be ter,aver th e
AiW0mp4edTGemjey i.49f

I abj eof iL Cavam" eamme and
tooCk n t0 S of tdo two.
Mrt. C. Bnrael, the; r~well-knowo
b~ftfJ tmeae wha se traiaod tbe
ralraetb amd do b5. Asa's Bay
ase not definitely engaged yany
un 1 '** *--- ^__ __1d~dd

DIIU, mi. J ULaa. wuu SW m gw".
music teacher; he has also composed
pieces for the band in" Falmouth and
St. Ann's Bay. There is to be con-
cert at some early date here, under
the aspires of Mrs. Caserley and
the Misses Barrett and Mr. Brimwell
will take part.
Trade Notices.
Those who have to build new houses
or repair old on.s should carefully
note the special offer made in the
lumber line by the well known Firm,
Mers. D. Henderson & Co. Floor-
ng, it will be seen, is offered at10/6
perib feet, ceiling 9/6, while rough
xI boards go for 10/6. The lumber,
like everything else supplied by the
F "ris of good quality.
.The advertisement of these well-
kuown pills appears in another
column; we need hardly say that we
recommend them to the public for the
uses for which they named. Their
long hold on the market testify to
their excellence, and they are very
cheap. As will be seen, a box of 56
pills can be had for l/Ij.


Dr. Iumphrey' Specifies, advertised entire community with a new and in-
is another column, are well spoken eof erti 4oeial sd inteUlctual eel.
by an extremely large public. They in, exciting anticipatious of a repe-
ae sold all over the world, ad are ttio. The sueoeeof the etertain-
useful for a great variety of diseases, melt was right round and complete,
from fevers to group. Tey are also reaching higher than the highest and
very moderately pried. most sanguine expectation.
We hope that the financial results
YOUR POOR TBrOAT. run on lines, similar to the numerical
Ther e are m y folks in Jamaica condition.
who have a reat deal of speaking to G GoF.
do as minister or teachers. Their
throats many a time suffer severely VALUATION FORMS.
under the strain. To them we would
mention and recommend .the well To the Editor
known Antiseptic Throat Pastilles of Sir,-The unexpected return of a-
Dr. Bark, the advertiesaent of which large number of Valuation Forms,
appears in our columns elsewhere. to the Above Rock Community, in.
Ihet ,tima. l to Tt" .Lr oomesa -rithmL-with -h "~C Our Aas r mnet '
from no lsea a pe n than the Arch- on taxable property is naturally ex-
bishop of Canterbury. Dr. Temple citing some alight shaking among
speaks volumes in their favour. He, if the taxpayers.
any one, knbw-swhat altred and- pa Tle -agii g-qusIso _i 4thl,
ful throat is. All Chemists and Drug- whether or not, a correct, or rather
gists sell the Pastides, in asking for the most accurate and reliable esti-
which please mention this paper. mute, (all sorounding circumstances
and coudAlions considering) may be
From Thompson Town. arrived at, sans a personal view,.
SClarendon. or an ooular demonstration. Or is
t it possible for any one of two indi.
Thompson 'town experienceda fine viduals, one centering in himself but
time on Sunday the 19th. Mr. M. a theoretical, or abstract conception
Redway from Bensonton, St. Ann, of a field, a farm, or an extended cul.
came over and preached. two lovely tivation, to entertain identically the
*ermows one in the morning and one same estimate or valuation ? Admit,
in the evening, in condecti'n with a tin ,, as we do, the justice and un.
Railinv Mp.my whxih came off on estionable integrity of theprinci.
the 90t The cape wa cru_ V le pieinvoven in the distribtion the
as usual. Marel(d attention was first 'Forms." Yet the return of
noticed as the words fell from his lips. C, assortment" Forms (we are
ile spoke chieflyto the young in the bound to say) involves additional
morning, and th'e older folks in the exipnditure on the side of the Gov.
evening. On Monday the following ernment on lhe one hand; and some
gentlemen took pat in the meeting: element of local irritation on the
Messrs. Anglin, W. Thom s and other.
H. Red way. They sioke chief y Will t'-ere be any. protest 0ontra.
abe tdea~io, and the parents ann 0C. A asssasnnt? '*Let us wait and
guardians were encouraged to send wonder. G, GOFFE.
out their children to school. Mt. Concord, 20. 1. 02.



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Mititev l6een*444W

to the Editor:
Sir,-Wedneeday morning of the-
15th inst. dawned on the surrounding
commuAity minu the sparkling asn.
shine, for the livelong day, till night
fall was murky sad muffed, notwih
standing no Ay was more freight
with 4aio. So psaso Ms irpestarg
{be IOs lmooke4dfr for oe rt he
rtin wr"hbrWaedd tie pwrvom week i
afamourableaandthe l16oe roads in-
evenaeamt, had very orieatinaly
bld off; nd the eteainB was soam

sI P.mtft. sin i ioartojm .
Atp m rop, the ahief aCtor e-
Hurmontfw ereetid, ad t hert-
the iatwfuetery ehonrus anounaeed
dione bildingwbose seatig capacity
ranges byiwrVA. A. 4 aid il-
to overflowing. From all quarters,
the community came pournng in,
commanding every available po.
sition. Songs, solos, duets, quar.
tot. recitations, bumorose readings,
imuneal Farce, entitled, "Rumi v.
Love, and Musical Burleeqae--eab
following one another in harmonious
successions and imparting over en
chantment to the scena. Corpari.
sons are frequently invidious, oer.
tain pieces however stood out and
claimed distinction Rum vs. Love,
Soup by sr. A. H. and an-
other--alo "you won't bamboosle-
me" by a Pupil Teacher, the renowned.
M. D. with hi modern discovery-.
panacea, "Contentibns for a better
yard, between twu little worthies &e.
Tbese brought down showers of accla-
mation and applause, The termina-
tionof Aa lorttateridsio n iatmoduoed
the "Musical Burl(sque," entitled,.
"Alcohol in Court"a fa simile .Lir.
cuit Court Scene-represented by a
batch of surrounding Teachers in the
main. Then terminated the enter-
tainment, with the National Anthem.
It' is oat of recollection that any
similar public enjoyment ever attract-
ed such an audience, or commanded
the wholesale and unqualified satis-
faction of so a large crowd.
The circumstance bas inspired the


;J AMA I C A T I M E .S' 7
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r a Dog.
occurred io'a Ja-

maic& township last week. A dog
.owned by- lady died. It had been
a great pet and every one knew it
but her neighbours'were not prepared
for the excess to wbich her grief ran.
Not only did she fondle the dead
body 'ur long ere committing it care.
fully confined to bother earth, but she
actually drew down the blinds, and
kept retired, weeping and lamenting
her loss, and using terms that would
have suggested rather the death of
a beloved human relative than that
of a canine friend.

SThe Lady and the Doctor.e"
In connection with the Macclesield
affair mentioned by as Last wek, the
doctors persisting im their opposition,
Miss Clarke has at last resigned her
position in order to relieve the govern.
on from their difficult situation. The
govno suscreptiod wher oresi patt
and a subscription wia opened for a


Thea Ja vwhonl remmiAo nn Mnr.

day with" quite I large attendance.
We hope parents will send their
children punctually ani regularly.
On the whole, the parents
in this district seem very anx-
ious over their children's eduea-
tion, a very good spirit indeed. Let
them send the little ones to school
then every day that the school doors
are opened and their wishes will in
nine cases out of ten be realized, tor
the present teacher of the Clifton
school seems as mnch interested in
the children as the parents are.
On Sunday 5th quite a n'oe little
wedding took place at the Methodist
Churhb. Content when Miss Man-
driana Little was given away to Mr.
Reuben Yates. The chief bridesmaid
was Miss Mary Yates. Among the
many guests were Mr. Cyril Yates,
Mr. Norman Yates, Mr. George Hen-
ry of Mavis Pank, Mr. Edward Wil.
son, Mrs. Fisher .of Kingston, Mr.
Joseph Bro'no, Mie l-M. Campbell,
Mr. David Campbell, Miss Martha

I 1-
made a- attempt to seize Marasaibo speed is to be leso, sad they a to
to day week, beginning by an as- be larger and stronger than the older
tack on a police post. They failed, tyRpe. A. .
UI-- -~5U~UU 5JUpu -1 n r vw-.- ---- -___

the provinces and the rebel teamner on 1Saturday with I the following
Libertader is still off the coast.- passengers for Jamaica .-Mesers
The necessity to raise heavy war Ellis, Findlay, Penny, Robinson,
taxes is against the popularity of the Smith, Spencer, Spelt, Walker, Wil.
Government. son, Bell, Maraden, Turner, Mo-
S _Lean and Major Skey. Ladies :-
OUR WAR. Jackson 2, MArsden, Braham, Cox,
The week began with rumours of Ellis, Fitz Herbert, Robinson, 3,
the .Boer leaders in Europe seek- SLey.
ing leae. They may be discussing Dr. Krause has been found guilty
t ey s ertay have not ap- on the charge of attempting to
ea to the Britis Government. persuade to murder, and sentenced to
This hamberlain announced mn t two years' imprisonment,
Paihafet, when on Monday be Bank of Nova Somi had profits
also defended the war Mith vgonr. for 1901, 88;795,. 0,000 was added
He intimated tht the Boers would to the reserve fund, now 560,000,
not heagain offered the terms they equal to 140 per ent. of the capital.
had directed. The Goveinment de The Britash s. s. "Lagos," has sunk
dine to embarrass themGelves by east of Madeira during a fog she ran
again offering term# but are open ashore. No lives were lost and
eg" Matowere "ss:ed-
to reaesaable overtures, and intend the mails were saved-
to give the conquered countries as Prince Henry of Plussia will reproe
much political liberty a is practi- sent Emperor William at the corona*
sl tion.
The War formedthe subject of It 1s stated th King Atexander
.e. ..... a fre. ;.. bi.... on of Servia, is seeking to divorce

4.....I.I ~ .~- 1. T. rk1... 4LLr u~ RuVir~ IIi I. I.-.

leTmVUUoalnl. i3AtJ v.vMu w w --
lected, and the governors proposed to
increase it to 100, and to give her a
quarter's salary. Miss Clarke leaves
in a month. Between her and
the medical men personally there
,has been no grievance, merely the
question of principle is involved, the
medical men contending that a lady
doctor cannot properly to the work of
a mixed hospital, and that they were
opposed to working with a colleague
not of their own nomination.

Pound Notices.
The Gcaset~ announces the follow.
ing as impounded ; At Blue Mountin
Valley, December 27, mouse coloured
she ass. Balcarres, Dec, 26, memoe
coloured 3 year old the mule, shod
tail docked. 8paah Tows, one hay
ally, 30th December. Lowland,
H. W. T., Dee. 24th old gey he
ass. May Pen, 28th Dec. old
bay mare. Moneague Jan-. 4th
black horse, saddle marked. Black
River. 2nd. Jany. bay mare. King-
ston, mouse coloured entire as. Jan.
4th Linstead Jany. 10th, gray mare
scar left hip, with follower. Green
Island, 15th Jany. mouse colour she
ass. Phoenix Park, 14th. Jan. bay
mare, white on forehead, two hind
fetlocks white.
At Old Harboar before Mr.A-Dol.
phy's store, 11 to 12, to-day sale of
-bay horse lame on front legs.

wltiwe, mPum uoiickr &*niei.

Mr. Benjamin's Push.
Mr. Benjamin of Port Maria is
really very enterprising. His varl-
ons medicinal preparations are well
known. A handy remi der of them
is an almanac, on coloured paper for a
copy of which we have to thank Mr.
Benjamin. Among the things that tlis
gentleman sells are Pills, Lotion, Herb
Tea, Liver and Kidney cure.

Notes from Ipswich.
Banaas were being bought on
Monday by Mesrs. Kerr & Co. The
pdies given were very low. We are
now having a dry season. No -rain
'ThurMeaythe 16th invt. How-
ever, we trit we shall have some re
Mess.ra Groves and Slack are mak-
ing preparations for a Cricket match
which will take plan oa Friday the
th inst. We trust that euocean
may attgad their efforts.
The Rev. J. B. Murphy will preach
at Bidee1lie Baptist Churfch to dior.-
row, Suday 26th, and the Rev. A.
L. Johnstone at the Wesleyan.
Times are still very dull, but we
hope to be more lively soon.



SReviving the Night." SOUTH AMERICA'
Oar George's Plain oorcepoadent News of a severe earthqplak
-writes: A seot of revivalists bold their comes, from Mexico. Some 00 per.
meetings here a .lsrge tuet. On a na have peraibed. This was m the
Sunday night last week, they sad a tuerrero 8t te. bat the shook wua
monster meetnf whh la ed nttl felt throghout the country. The-
aeearly mid. h, after with .the City Mexico was in great aarn,.
amsuber paraded to roads m making a The tremrw lasted from 50 'to 58
hideous noise called "ttoopi g." It eend' It happened ri the after
is interest to ee and hear. them oaAh at 5.17.
-durin the dy, bt the a nobhMe nds b. T seotangof Presdents in Nit-
hbare gains o the alamna tllie- of B_ abtedePr Predesti
.the night. R adT 8l 9124. A
_______ Rita)a)nda lra (fonudura.) A Mend-
fl feeltag has bes fostered ead
tttle toendow New, -ettnme w mn WtWSaW
-- Deta". Sea, r ondar,\ Sea delvar
Thbe 8siru E sare tin futl a g. dortcnd Niao ur
'The Propie.toL of Betret Estte (we Colombia town by P am is
are told) ddes to makw6r er U tt a"" disturbed by ghttng wlth i h
o gmwrf per week, ad tor ftat r9e9. TheI l hta, hIs bee ap6 aw,
rato aeire "that qeuatity e. as usnal ba ttl. ThsI was ea Modaly
had other boiler d p., The OMl beglaW i at 6 am. The rebels
Hone Pea has been giving tt people e i A1. Zdari. Da. tad iiand i
.sd welfwithets atherar b lt't1 t. libe Gotermear ship were the
Malte, lad numenmr sports wWe O Lj ter ad the B'paS beaked by
joyed on tah Commuou e Ta ed the abor forts. The A ri dW patnt.
Sst ist. while over 1,200. lb. of ft ed to cakw her iand knowing
beef were dlsto.be to talty 80 pe from exohftned stone s ta h
.ani free of seOL GovS n h ert wrsh -huM

Parliament on Monday. The Minis- Mueen r8.ga.
ter said that France would no.t on.- if M. 8. "Plaxtoa" left Victoria,
gest arbitration alae*i wee B. C., on Saturday in search of H.
ges arbitration ale it were like M. Condor" overdue.
it would be accepted. For if re- M. S. "Condor" overdue.
jec.ed she must impose mediation India -Aill celebrate the Corona-
and that would 'mean war and en- tion of King as Emperor on Jany.
tanle the foreign pc 1, 1903 at Delhi. The Prince of
tangle the foreign police. Wales represent His Majey. The
The fighting has not been o! much Wales represent His Majesty. rho
inportanee. ()o or two small Ameur of Afghanistan will be specially
importance. One or two small invited
laagers and lari6 numbers of sheep e e Canary Islands
and cows have been taken. A cyclone in the Canary islands
Australia through her Premier has has done much dame.
oied throe feeling that thr e fir More Boers arrived at Bermuda on
voiced the feeling that the first
thing to do is to go on till the Fridiy.
Bee ar* e well beaten and know itj Sir Ellis Ashmead Bartlett died
then to give them all the freedom an saturday after an operation for
posibl r timothy igbo is re elected
wNEWS IN BRIEF. Lord Mayor ot Duohl.
NEWS IN BIF. Trouble in Albnistan seems
Botblaisd to be again threate- threatenau g U omenting it.
inu Nstai with 1,600lmen. A Dre ian'afoot to dake the
A .LOittb of the U. 8. A. Ingis PredSoin term in sab Statea
late, has introduced a resolution to six years and the Preident ineligible
request she'Britfh to withhold the aen for re election.
taneo a dBath p rd on 8eheep .Y lkes and Maxim, big g bus
TheLAm now uin Iplace of the neass are malgamating wilth i l.
Beta, will be relieved here by the lions of capital.
s. s. tm. In Paris, Emile Poret lost hi-
R. 8. TreS Bailed from South. life I. peculiarly distresing ircom.
amptAol on Wednesday with the fol. a taoes. -He attempted to climb gar-
lowiag for Jamaica: Gentle- den wall to place a bouquet on the
men :-Hanghton, James (2), En- window sill of the young lady to
ling, Bonitto, Powell, Smith, whom he was shortly to be married.
Hyndman, Alexander, Vlies, Jesson, His finance's father mistook him
Fetherston, Milbisea, and Dr. Karl- for a burglar fired and killed him.
sioe. -adis t-Jee, -ie g ad two The- -White star -ie- am
children, Baker, Bonitto, Phillips, Cheltic," has crossed the Atlantis
SHvadmn, and Alexander. in seven day nine hours and seven-
L rD Dtufferin is seriously ill so is teen minutes. She eat three hors
the as of oee Carl. sand twenty minutes off her buet pro.
Et bl ramoured that a re- o record. She registers 0,0
volt i: is imminent, tona. *
On Ved ay Feby. t, Mr., HM. The Canadia-American seamers
T. Thoqis wll dullaera letare on will call at the Fiji Islands in fu-
i JaistiA'o dthe 8oeateyft Arts, Lo r. s ret
dels. An emplma Lisbon Bank, has
T. e a Government ootemplat mb0.
offit ensoara t or A man .who seat betting eire-
ie uift toI South AMea at the la to Eton sehoolba s baa bees
I 0_war. Mt. Chambedrln ted 19.
hasi the Governora of As- British Fire Inaoradoe companies
traMied New Zaland, igniting a claims in -1901 of over
S taer o get


tooi iuutkAmos. The liaDomlUumg soraoeuw
4umth mwwdL ~ Lhst a ow ai icsktePk w torsth
Ahuswu"d et Af iswill J rh.to of Almah
io, WM. ism" of moomm"I~~l
to esib etamps to ?. eI .ilr~-~~~U di-Sindd mish the
"e gath o mu, -i" Aft p- 1.e 99e afs t seuh
iahb =Wit a daring neeiw ead
Ahiuma~tc t hivea bess cor~Dd. .jot is now krta is 1mesd

g Nwaftb Ulain, w aU- II V"a. &"Oask yWatla
agbon~ Shia beifta ans .b ne n
PS~cg' e-~ Bdar ta i ribr ~ thet adimlmlstratlsa of
IH" ~jth ab ppmeoa~ng in the ~p~dta~fic dostrsa. relalsta
irrrAmtomom MPuIn Be-outedb I -*b- i ea of a
about oosr o the nap, tbw patent bein
Is moving as ru .u

t[e 4 meaon was wu WSJ m q gemf a Ww %mumVF
iso tChomeoCoo ah e 1 ot t. o he LmdW.on have left B dasesP ,
dblk's mariaep (t Old r. tc lose ramp whose rew Noat vfih a stros body ore-
~rietor) whlob oameof int EIg on and ihe anl.i The rebels however, help the Beer.
the 15 inst." Lote of rfte lwMb were beatean diFa-Xb, Governmt Tn g Oompay has
,re given to- the children ad old .Generat, Ias killed in this fighting, o certain rihta ever the
people paartrclrl. Mr. anid,,rt, A manw of 50, he.i was once a E d Gilbert llands (S. PaifRc)
Crawic, Mr. Clarke, A&i id-a a rikl.d St. t:. ,i.wyer. e wa. able en aroui nd that they will Ger-
Richards were piesqut. nuite a a uld much liked'hy liit eoldier,. I h
enjyable day was spent 'b'y w-ver a yineztel hs e wn again severely a|O.:- stvle te. o boats will
thousand person- .W kh -bt by -reijubtioqisu., IThe. t i oPLt eO e"ht. Thmir


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Kinagton, 8 aturday, Jan. 2, 1908.

Inland easd'Fowrse,
6/- per anaum, post free.
ay. for six months, post free.
t1/- for three months, poet free.
JI Address aeammuaietioa to
WALTYs t Duoms,
'-" -Editor and Proprietor.

T. H- MAcDjmoT,
Amistat Editor.
107 Water Lane, Kingston

It has been suggested that
the Militia Vote should be re-
duced or entirely wiped out, it
being urged in support of thii(
rst, that we cannot sfird to
spend 4,700 a year on a Militia
ad; secondly, that a Militih is
not of any ue whatever beyond
being, a parade foo. It could
m, y the advocates of the
Abolition dofte oteW. fght a
stroke in mal earnest. Now if
thh lIt. aoomatian is true the
soone- we put It :rig h the bet-
ter.' We ertni.ldo eot want a
show- force of holiday soldiers.
We dowant body of men so
discipin and so trained that
inease the dire necessity came
of fighting to defend our Island,
thid body could do something ef-
fetive s-os defe- adee. -.In ur
" view A is naosease to say we
.manot ard to spend money on
defending ourselve, for that is
what the s~rt ent that we can-
- not sard ta pay fee what a militia
'aeeitea to. A man might as
wel seay he oWpt aSm rd to p
a lk&. on his doororr a feOe
round s grass piece. Jus m
itr in tba vr .y Be of his
being 1 tine dirWidst man to
put up hliandsato n hiasto,
so t h part and parel of tbhe

to tt rim eow" t wU
beet and km

Lowe~ry' -y +i of
* syse is thot andI

* ~ahrt"PiFL, Ate*mar
-rembir jW sdiwo -aw
odn& s a darwye im UaS
We will b* r sred if l lli
tbfbwsow, byhearr~e
pl.who in4At 4%,u edN

i pr

who bh uwrpothlr

bT *4ee l Iwa- that the
Gotrt illiaL old .mq

rs*tsfi-~j ia ulted by the
BSeer wa tr bes t s hr
,ta 4gm-tS~y hav oad to do.
w in Mitr t con.
ditiota of exirtvu e do not nor.
maly ispply Mch a train it
must be provided by a carefully

on ut 6XV-0 -w-vmiv-

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nun a o z nsto omean to the i with the meat at his diu1rmI ; no -lllsm-

money voted for' he Militia be
spent so as to give us a real,
work-a-day, use;l foroe of men
who ca and will fight. Though
we would not favour a reduction
of the vote, we would heartily sup-
port a change in its disposition,
if it could be shown that it could
be spent tu better purpose. The
late manoeuvres in Clarendon
are a step inthe right direction.
The men, botI, Iegulars and
militia, should certainly be made
"familiar with the'- 'boatry they
might any day be called to deo
fend. Then why not double, may
quadrplI e trs i rile train-
isg given to -taii a; and if
a 8god oommaie of enquiry
were-appointeod, ractical sol-
diers and prectil 'linim I e n,
we faoy some "iii~ could -be
*s ed in equipm t and by te-
ducing the ltrge ma- now paid
the Adjutant. This amount
could then be ued. otherwise.
We most afford to have a Militia;
but equally we most have it effi-
aient and aghtable.--eLt s then
not redaoe the vota but apply it
bettr. -

'"WELL OON 1, i
4 .' RIPL.EY"
To- y t U tied Ri.
ate abt .mor amu
the faoot of 40 bedog *spent,
and that within last twelve
mo.th_, ona _aS edifoe

his16 as qISpeahk
ared Itte p .e he

eof every JPea ad to
4016 bhoely

w aond baelaad-
10nral -L^3ht^~Ut

uIdE. s IS1-L -k-'1. V"
dthe OnBs l wer-

'ire~a 4bhdb'' s~me-
olow. -

wbithm ra ato the

o"r or.
two points OwomCa.iPLEY too
out tsmaaks- lu.'-,6ibstly god

To a considerable extent, as we
have before remarked, the Cathe
dral belongs to the Anglican
Church; bat, as we have also re-
marked before, to some extent it
belongs to the Island. Along
with the numerous monuments
of local church somebodies and
nobodies it contains memorials
erected to perpetuate the memory
of men who figured in the mak-
ing of our history, LTrom and
Mo6itiob, for instance. We have
always urged, aud again we urge
it, that these monuasents should
be the are of the country. Poor
as we are, e oaad trd to pay
something to keep saeh memori-L
als in good order. Eve& if the
Government can manage no more
shan 5 or A&l they should put
that on the eatimate at oaoe sal
pay it to CAIoN RIPlrr yearly
for the up-keep .of moumenmat
of island importance. A small
committee consisting of Mr. Cmr-
DA.LL, and one or two others who
like Mr. LraLIs ALBaXNDRB, Mr.

F 4~. Jos&Aare i h minrit- y,
and know something of our
hiory- might be appointed to
determine the monuments that

m atof its axi-ie it sr a vry
regrettable tfaol t I boe
Teed re-ola bnista n, b* t bre-tm

all te ta rdesaa of the Island
is something that is aswh aeed.
ed, both in behalf the worker
and oft ahe emptieram The
workers would benefit by ioh
a Unis in UeAW ythat an- uto
4briou to rpquire esImmnItiS
beret. Te b6nbw to tdr empley-
ers would comel in f te Union,
as it ebould do, brought about
a onfdioan ffali u nder whieh
in Jnaiwa l in omatr aoknaite i

up as grpentns, smith, paat-
es and .mM sw-wealty qualified
for the rk they wIai to Ia*s,
take. I a&at while on th osee
hand we wi* to gO goodE pay
foe our tenidemem, on the the
we waat to get good traimi
our-py. mowrd pr ia
this blessed al f. t ain s .a
j well re Artisans' Ufion ooiuld

tion then was will Mr. CUNDALL be
prepared after receiving 500 to
take 300, and if be was prepared
so to co will the Board be
prepared to appoint as Curator
a gentleman who knows nothing
of Science It wais A little difficult
after their rece:t escapades to
say what the majority of the In-
stitue, Governors might or may not
do. The best plan, as we have
already pointed out would be to
increase the present small salary
of- the Assistant Libarian 0S
or so, and let him do the work
of 8eoretary and Librarian in the
mean time under a strong Lib-
ray Committee. Mr. Rr is
thoroughly capable of filling-the
post. Keep Mr. PAwTOM at the
Museum and for the next half
decade devote the money saved
to filling up the Library. This
on the whole seems to us the
best scheme from the stand-point
of the public interest. It would
-of ourse leave the public in en-
joyment of the privileges in
connection with the library
now theirs. An alternative
would be to appoint to
the 300 sanctioned by the
Governor, a gentleman, like Mr.
0. B. TarLoa, who is well
known for his scientific at-
tai eatgb here and abroad, and
wb 6a th literary and artiio
"ide is well tted to takeohdfge
of the IustitUte. The Qaefsr
proposes, and we heartily agree
with hi, to abolish the pro.
ewt Board of Governor; as we
.d there shoiud be a Board
by election for a stated
to prevent for the
futare the scandal ot a nem-
ber of gentlemen, life tensate
ia; their places, treating the Int
tite. as if it belonged to
the#m ,Wi dier from our onu
tapurary hoFweVr when it
uws the Governmeat to in.
mr the Inst"t voten aga
%a4 pay Mr. u U 500A
onme more. We think we have
throughout so dis.osed this mat-
tasr olearly to show that we-
L _^-Uha _A ^ A ^W- &_ I-^

wrk at the Institute. We oan
aevn speak mere- b on
thise eubj than te
W. *4iet said oae W that it
eonsiderea it had good oMae
of tomplit against the Seore-
try e have found onase to

the 8eomreary. W- ~ asbo
be glad to m a t l 1,000


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Vim"OvwWI vvjww v O w epearwv mww l TV !60 0. xauuo
hapa neareX a;aitrnl and universal and to our entire satisfaction. The
peace than we 4r yet have been, restoration of a building like
yet still .it mayf' beyond years the Cathedral, crowded as it is
wild with a peret blizzard of with long neglected monuments
bl6od. And it Ray come at last dating back to the dawn of
largely because ivry nation and English power in Jamaica is an
every people has grown strong exceedingly delicate and difficult
enough, able s ready enough, task. We. are quite prepared to
to defend itsef eotiely. Peace learn that it hba oot been so-
abides between eq.als6 became complished to petfeation. The
aggressio eaa il powerfully re- nertees cannot be eomewwha-ag-
pelled. A sl art of a eat grsesie, the method of repair
wholJamaica his h-er part to do here and there will probably
in preparing for her self defence, hart some people's feelings, but
while the years .a years of peace, we honour the man who bas
ad the day come not when the done, the man of action. The
warhaips of eur enemies loom be- Canon has been not dnly strong
fore' oasts, or his bugles ring enough to conceive the plan bat
shrilly through. our mountain plucky enough to attept to
eoes?. BL3$ w the Sountry dot ass well as it could ble done
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will do nothing or very- little if
its members fail to display un-
selfishness and forbearance, if they
neglect aC stern discipline of
themselves to co-operation, and if
they resent criticiau. Critics
are sometimes our best friends.

Since last we wrote on this
subject the note-worthy develo-
ment has been the pronounceuent
on it by our friend the f4oanar.
As the reader knows the Gover-
nor declined to allow 450 f a
750 to be paid to the Secretary..
He said he would sanction 300
for" gentlewa who would be both
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- spent on the Institute, if, as the
TrPAr fnraqth lnriaa it ntulrl ha mard

the centre of educational effort
and a real stimulus to artistic
and literary enterprise; but with
all that Mr. CUNDALL has done
well in view, we are unable to
say the country has got 5,000
worth out of his services; we are,
unable to say the country should
continue to pay him 500 per
Mr. CoVDALL has done such
work as came his way very
well, but to infer as the
Gmlaner does that'he has render-

ed important service in the cause
of literature and art," (unless on
the basal idea that all service
is important) or to suggest that
Mr. CONDAL is one of the best
meL.--"'Th it were harsh to
all literaryv flunkevism: it cer

tainly is literary short sightedness
and shows that the Secre-
tary's champion has a mean-
er idea of the stature of Litera-
ture and Art than we are sure
the Secretary himself possesses.
The fact is also urged that Mr.
CUNDALL left a situation to come
here, but for ..that to have
weight we would need to know
what was the salary attached to
his former berth. Further w
are called to sympathise with a
gentleman who for ten years
has been in Jamaics out of
touch with England. Well, he
tus begun getting 500 for emch
year; that we suppose ws part
of a trial nobly borne. Our
contemporary from the foot of
our having paid Coo mach for
ten years forges, fetters for us
to go on paying it for tenyears
more. Lastly, he says t&e sav-
ing in any osse would be only
200-we are afraid if the
matter concerned our contpmpor-

army's own pocket and- not the
public's, we would not hear 200
per annum oonted a smi
amount. Save that, in the next
decade we, will have 2,000 in
hand, or we ooulJ take pp
a loan to that amount. now.,
It would help to build more
obhool house for Ki"geson,
to nish the Lunatic He-
pital, to enlarge the .ey-
luam We only have to eax
press regret to the- eretary,
that the indiscretions of his well
meaning but too partisan friend
haye necessitated our dragging
this Institute matter one again
to the frot, in this way and
making the Seoretary hiuqelf
a prsi mroo f our remarks.
We oonteam frankly that oal
sympathy is much with Mr. OCr
oALW6 at the preadnt junature, that
we ae ar from unwilling
see some way oy wiok
his remaining at the In-
stute would be made practi-
cable and advisable. But we
cannot in the public interest ee.
' that way by continuing to pay
"I _--r1An M UM 0l1iA br1

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thaving him-in charge of
Masem But when let u ask
are the tears of oar -otl-pI
ry for the poor e sohlmbate
say who lose their bWmU a3 h
juntares as the am amlgatiema d
___ sohoo and where the tese
fr0 smome oat w leading men who
serve the island for salaries that

could be put inside of 500. The
nI nfAWr li.a n fr mtatn4ti'nad thi



OULD ,-,,uuSlUUG V Jyau UU1UK -1
recent case. The system has
been' to pay the officers by a
draft on the Treasury. Some
of the officers have fallen into
the habit of selling their salar-
ies to debtors and asking for
the draft to be handed to so
and so. Hereafter the Chief
Clerk will draw in one big draft
for all the salaries and dis-
burse them. Employee must re-
0oive the sums themselves. The
Victoria Memorial was also be-
fore the Council last meeting.
The feeling seemed one of re-
gret that a local memorial was
not practicable; but the decision
was that it certainly was not so.
As the Mayor pointed out it is
not so much the lump sum to
be raised to start such a thing
as a hospital as the -amount
needed yearly to maintain it
that threatens difficulty and dis-
aster. One well may be set in
the right direction; but certes
we are financiallyjanacmic just
now. One member by the way
mentioned 1,000 a tlikely-to-
give a fine statue. But it would
not, by a hialf. Rodney's ooet
4,000. By the way, we ae
pleased to see s8pd.h Town
making a good lead about the

The veteran eley-
54 ras. man, the Rev. Hen-
ORAL, wa- ry O(lake, has this
rAss. week penned a re-
view of hi -life in
Jamaio that is at oam e iptinpi
interesting and ieddeiiag. In-
teresting boeoase Mr. Clarkie is,
and not his'worst foemana oam
deny it, an extremely pliuareequs
and brave igu. I, A St Fran-
cis of Asbasi had it, -OhAltiabty
is "an heroic adventure," and so
it is and eamt be, Mr. Olashe
deserves the respeo tof Chris.
tinas fr nd wide. He has in.
deed been on heroic adventures.
Again his narrative is inspiringi
beesuse in his st ot heart the
fre of moral indignation agai st
avi-nfilreditnaati a rrta "Ak,

atill b-a atwiarm and dear
if Age was 4ill a grest way off
frem the brave old meaty instead
Shaving given jitaa long sloin
he may haire. which are
a 's, rown of glory. But
it depressed one hemase so *a.y
wi4, *e N4 MrtC ke and hf
oaue; ~ealy a provoetion ftr ir.

ritation, a butt for sneers,
InP la.ikhtar 'Tnha ur;ll Ma all


years, as teacher and preacher,
as a young man and as an old,
this faithful servant of the Cood
has fought hard and well for
parity and truth. A very
churl is he, who, whatever his
attitude towards the methods or
differences of opinion towards
the means, withholds from such a
life an intense admiration.
Struck from the very'first by the
immorality rampant in Jamaica,
Mr. CtL&RK led off in a discussion
of the subject, and ably seood-
ed by the late Archdeacon Ram-
sop, the Rev. Jas. Watson and
Archdeaoon Campbe, pressed thQ
matter on a. uwa a ilgpublim .
The Churches petitioned united-
lye,for a Bastardy Law. It was
the year of the great Revival,
1860-61 and tremendous stir of
that spiritual awakening drove
hundreds to a change of life,so
that Mr. Clarke tells a he
married 40 couples in a day.
Governor Darling nailed Queen
Victoria's proclamation against
Vice and Inmmorality to every
church door in thelaibd, votr-
ed.,the Bastardy Law and de-
mauded moral men as public
servaat. But the Asembly
rsjcted the poposed law oaP
and ttioe, by 17 to 1.

Lar, Governor
ooaUnrLcD Grant pased a
iwosTs. Bastardy Law, but
it was only ap
lOb to protect the Paper
I d In 1898 Mr. Clark en-
tw .e 4loagiitive GOo il sasid
o hfor the prnlnpis of Connm
pobsory Registration of Fathers.
Yearly for half a dead he
prIsl his moon to a vote and
lot it. The movea nt to a
a "permissive r Wi
!sp up, dimppro d t b
M ik who pila eat .t
tho admiple w" already :in t
law th it was forgottpa.
OQ(a raesinsi as rfl hi s i oon-
viotian s ever he was, hat cora
registration is 4 eee
nlairrnea nt he no

fi alsls to younger me to coo-
ti~ mhe batted, mentioning with'
a l thon a the and takel
tor oft r q .
kr or aot we follow tW
Srmethods we c- wikh
hetiter for etewlteI t h
^ifiL&k~a&&l^ iqu lfc't R^ .
'WSI~~~c^W^^^ ~ -T''^'*'

sF!ozER O aF&eversl

time ago


overt acts in 8t. Mary, and
indicated that the sentence of the
R. M. instead of being too much
was too little for the offence.

The fighting over
THE ELECTION. the Ma n c h e s t e r
election is proceed-
ing. Election day Is next Wednes.
day. The candidates nominated
on Wednesday, 2Sad, were Messrs,
Wynne and Arthur Levy. The
contest doe- not involve any
very striktmg ise ; either ma-.
didate is ready to it ift hoseo,
and both agree condemnng
the Railway COaentt with a06k
and Greuhm t tiM M. Wyi*e
has been most prbminent inahis
direction. ie anme by t b.w.
had delghtedlort4a i f pans who
go about askig treaties of
this kind We -isl A win a-
lole? -When Wynne 4uats to
become a M. L. .." Mr. Levy
is personally extremely popular,
but there is this against him
that when elected once before
Sdid- t Nt w Pork-t,
Levy uader.oi to explain this
away. Hte refiued to ar besa
the electives wer a variamok,
ild further hee his proefe.

divided attention .Bok .epmi.
a" hase boeoe a ws proper,
heesled about vk Bdlltima
Vo- -ead mwr f*udo there
tewagr. Both ae agreed that
"amo practiWsal eduIom" is
needed. Ptehed.e to rewooak.
t, of wllh he is a
4. m-!. _. -.: L

tku~il'of -h isitrniu
tm~hm96 6i&S%4ed
the ofbya r& tsmWy .Us-iCl
'haso en hr maderr very
i..kof b~t& ssuk~rs"

NIa. wlrE .

dealt with the
was "i4 sma
ad tat hebti

in as qso* qaipe r~may
damage aIiatd eooEsely with
i M ee SRve and sentims.
tal, M O Se. Mr. Wynne
**.m.ld of baimei as for

Vhr"K a *< Bu



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of& X -1, -i-t m I %- I=- -.In I, %Mir t--- i- -- or I -- itl y P a& im---u e mm" ww --m

in connection with the Institute
Mr. Cundall will get 350 as"
Secretary and Librarian. The
Curator is to be offered 60.
The Institute ise to,, be opened
three nights in the week only.
The latter certainly should not
escapee criticism.. Elected Mem
bers, do your duty.


None too soon the
T a cITY. Kingston City Coun-
cil have taken up
the matter of its employes
"selling their salaries." There
was a thorough disclosure of

his faults, all his impraoticabili
ties and none of his manliness
and ocurage and high ideal. It
is depressing, also to reflect how
many on his own side Mr. Clarke
is isolated from by a too great
vehemence, and too suspicious
sensitiveness for the right.

Mr. Clarke came
MB. CLABKK. to Sayvla-Mar 54
years ago and for
three years was Assistant Mas-
ter at Mannings' Free SchooL
For six he served at Busea's
and then he took charge of a
ouracy, and stepped fairly out
into the life of endeavour and
high pwmpose as a priest. And
through the half century and four

CAsa. were convicted by
the St. Mary R.M.
of conspiring to defraud Dr.
Pringle of a pa his property,
Unity. The punInent was a
fine of 20 or there months. An
appeal from t cs came before
the Supreme COurt, and failed
on Monday. One interesting
point was raise by Mr. H.C.
Brown, the appellate's Counsel.
The jurisdiction of the R. M.
Courts aswe all know, is strictly
limited to their respective par.
ishes. Now, contended the lawyer,
though these men did certain
things in St. MaTy, they actually
hatched the conspiracy, if there
was one in St. Catherine. The
Oo1rt heM -hat it rwas szficint
to establish jurisdiction to Drove




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property" he had lifted to the diatribe against the memory of gives them a hobace to do somethirg
a '-'--" &r tam--T" ore like delIberate acting than is
plantations in Jamaica. All Henley las also ut~red at some as Toyis theMaughter of the man
through he had never had a dis- time or other, a brasmn-throated darin Yen How. .lwe mperorwishes.
puts about wages with his work shriek in the face oJf he Incom. to wed her. To keep her from him
Yen dresses her as boy, aad corn-
people. He came and found prehensible, and hieu he styles Ye d reses of Sir Bingo Prend c
.1mite her to the care of Sir Bin'o Pree
Coolies employed; but he soon Invictus." Certain necessary ton, a British Consul. Lo Hop, who
saw the natives if well treated changes having been made of loves San Toy, vainly reveals the
would do as well and better. To. words if not of a spirit, which is secret, and dire dangers _b*reaten
day an entire country side drew no doubt as uncangeable as its YCel, tlus sovereign. However, of
I Celestial Sivereign. However, of
its pay from him. He had treat- as yet unconquered, I dedicate corse, everything comes out right in
ed them fairly and squarely and the foregoing to Mr. William the end. San Toy really goes to the
they hal done ditto to him. Re. Ernest Henley, Oniu, but.reapsrbeng te Emperor
treachmeat as we have said is Mr. -with who share had bee in Blove.
Wynne's strong plauk. Since now the dun night severs Miss Darley played San Toy on
-- mSaturday night. As we remarked
One of our daily From his reply, as pole from pole; in one of our earliest notices of
aioaurtsi contemporaries has I thank whatever gd may be o pany she plato a perfection.ini-
followed up our re- For my gall over.-fowing soul. be was most charming and most
cent ata4ks on he system that con- succesful on Saturday night. Voice,
S tial to permit Higins to out. In my fell clutch since circum. feature and pose Mis Darley is never
. .......... w ...... ...................- .. wanting in what one would expect
rage decency and common sense stane |rom the part iheliA hte liad. aoTn
by i t m thuy at home on the stage, she still
these harangues has been report- shroud never lapses into areene
ed at length. We hupe it will Under my bludgeoning, perchance, not enough with her to look charming,
convince the authorities of the All torn, his Shade shall shriek and in the triumph of doing that, to
rest from the labour st real acting.
truth of what we have been saying aloud. She always acts, and ac's well. Mr.
again and again during the past Wilson Pemberton played Bobbie with
months. We.can testify that tho Beyond this place of wrath and a sliIgtly tooeasy-going manner, while
conglomeration of nonsense, fears doing well, must be reproched with
abuse, and indecent expression Th-ere looms th/ Horror of his some tendency Ltoollow a rut of sarme
is riot at all exceptional on the Shad" : ness. As Sir Bingo, on the other hand,
part of Higgius. We have hard- And yet the menace of his tears Mr. Robin Shieles did capitally,
ly eves sent a representative to Finds and shall find me unafraid. suggealistic acting. Mr. F. Corners of
hear his harangues without hav- as Yen How, was perhaps a trifle
ing as bad or worse reported t6 And you shall see how dark my too calm; though, with his six
The ne has done pub. hate, little wives and te bi umbrella in
T t ha o p ob unhateb, tul the background, he gave one of the
lic service by exposing the affair. Now unplumbed ses between s prettiest pictures of thOe evening
rol; prettiest pictures of the evening as
Sroll; "Ithe Kowtow to the great Yen How"
Th affairs of "the My alrbii spite-r sPF sade proeeded." Mentioning pretty things,
CBORUL Tion Poor oue PoAe -A ptsd z. clearer we must not forth e song
caKiTr. to which Kingston scroll s and the less in A. B: C. by Bobbie
and S. Andrew JOHN STAPLEFORD. to San Toy. These were both most
o i- the aged and infirm, ,re Jamaica. #charming. We have not yet mentioned
cipients of that public charity ________ Mr. Cole. As Li, Yen How's Secre-
cipients of that public chanty tary, he made the greatest hit perhaps
which is ,s often cruel, have been rTHE BiANDMANN COMPANY in the drilling of Wan Lung's Amazons,
before the public. The Board and the -following song, when there
of Management met this week "THE LADY SLAVEY." were no less than three encores. But
a "" --t. "" ". o-.. of .coarse, the clever comedian
and discussed some of the griev- This piece was staged on Friday, cored right through. Miss Vie was
ances of the inmates. The en- before a fairly large audience. It has W. Lg, commander of the Ama
It h Was Lung, commander of the Ama-
quiry proceeds next Monday. a somewhat definite plot. "Major ons. One of Miss Scott's dances was
th -RA d O'Neil" t has daj hterts, one of whom, dragged into the second scene, and
.Bot r. r bnn .a a A r.m ,,,,,, 4 -was of course, sneered.
L d Sl 4 Mr-

.veU V a LU SaaL U1Utm uu
resolute ooree. in connection
with this o andal and along with
other embers seem resolved to
-let bamlight .i to muoh that
looks bad enough oertainly at
rt glanes. The public of
coursee will be asking how things
havebmeh allowed to get to such
.. pas. But one must not pre-
jodg the ase. Meantime some-
thing mst be said of things,
as they have been seen. The
a a rs inspetod he ward o,
MXonda The wretebdess dis
closed, to quote Mo. Baqeie, tur-

th male vward one man
S .omplamtiaed that, needing medical
.eare aud a.ttetion, he. hd' had
none for 17 monthL. Another
displayed a large ulcer and
said it had not been treated.
In an out-building, insa#erely
boarded, another man with an
lcer complained that a plank
had been his orh since Aeug
mat. Dr. Clare is the Medical

Officer. It must be beremembo
l eod carefuly tbat his defence
has yet to, be spoken.


(Wilthoal apoloys to Mr. Hffolry.)


servant, or -aUJ u-a-TB. --.
Evelyn," a millionaire, despite the
efforts of the other, two daughters,
prefers "Phyllis." Hi is refused
on the ground that ) 1 Ibs ia too low
a station to wed hlit; B resolves
to win her b strategy. He states
that he is no millionaire. Immediately
she aooe'pts him. He imhe acknow-
ledges his deoepten d is forgiven.
Mms Dartly played 'PAi. Her
acting as the modest d mstik, declin-
ing the hand of Mr. Bwy, (Mr.
Davis), was true to fe. d Her duet
with Mr. Cole on." Auial Courtship"
was enoored thrice. The plantation
sonjg f he invisible hor's was
also well rendr as w i M
was a Housenmaid0" L. Coe p)ein
the part ot Robert, and be imperson-
eda tn millikre hlive ed an
address on women. u.e mle an
mamense amsomt of fIn.
Mr. Coyne as Lord Lwudesr, the
follower of Nie l iqrL w (MiM s
Vie), was good. Li. M tIgd always
the $sme to all a eA i-t.
as did the imaginary h tu rwA which
he was always wbhilag for and
sickin" on Mr. veian rl t walking
with M16 .AswpdWs. Miss Vie as
Mie eod p i yed wit skill aad
1soo110e98, ises, aeN and Chb -
berlail played BetIator sad Mmd
espestelyj daughter t Major O'Neil

I irr. D~IUE5oruhal

In San Toy the f ii mUa k less
rattling than in pany a ueieal come
dies, which does not however mean it
is less pleasant. to wateh. .It has ex-
tiremely pretty soenety and some
tak;ug chlirniP.s, gijt keeping th-
irincial chlitlic-tera Id leulm eathisyr
on tile go 'i ptshing'jokes home,

Darley made a tremendous hit. As
Mrs. boilugcombe, Miss Ida Warbarton
surprised us by her good style and
skill in the role. Miss Chuabermlain,u
who was Norah, looked well, but left
something to be desired in her acting.
She should for one thing cul-
tivate that adi,,,i:le clear-
ness of enuneistion whuch is ias
Darley's and Miss Vie's. The latter,
who has the great gift of always
making a part interest ug, played
Bulk, the Savey, in able style, and
won one of the most enthupiastic
encores we have noticed. for the
"Stage Oddities," bungl with that
admirable actor; Mr. Coyne, who
in the part of the French Spy showed 4
the experienced and artistic skill for
which we always feel grateful to him.
He is one of those actors on whom one
can depend absolutely. He likes his
art, and he knows t-- thoroughly.
As theMajor Mr Robin Shiells did
excellently, as did Mr. Davies s Tom.
There was a well rendered song b
Miss Brammer, (G(Wthet ) which
deserwve praise Mr. Pesbertoa mad e
a very fai BHans There was a very

Both i r its subject matter and for
the ma Ter ii which it -.as presented
to a Ki.n stone a .ile:,ce on Tuesday by
Mr. Ba;ndmati 's Company, this
comedy opera deserves the warmest
praisee. For genuine, healthy, and
also witty fun, e would rank tlhi
production fie t lean:o a!l the pieces
we have seen the Company stage here.
It has capital pongs, pretty and most
tasteful scenery, and the comedy is
much more a thing of substance and,
we may add, of beauty, than many
comic operas. It is not overburdened
with nonsense on the one hand, while
on the other it maintains its lightness
and brightness throughout. Two
.young gentlemen, Wider and Sher-
wood, are down in the country to
escape a bseriffs officer, Lureher, who
is after Wilder for debt. It is the neigh-
-bourhood of Squire Bantam's Hall.
The Squire is Wildcr's uncle, and his
daughter Dorothy is to marry the
young scapegrace and bring him
money. The couple, however, dis-
like the idea, and have never met.
Dorothy and Lydia Hawthorne her
-friend, go masquarading as rustics.
The young men meet and love them
as :such. Lurcher appears with his
bill, to meet which a sham burglary
at the Squire's is put up. Wilder,
hiMi;, in I na hut IU,. tUE -

w om is unci Ulas noL UO me u or years,
TE GAY P R IENNE" preteids to be the Duke of Berkshire,
THE GAY PARISIENNI." whose carriage ,has broken down.
Mr. Honeycombe, a shining light, He is cordially received with his friend
visit "Gay Paris," and forgetting andLurcher, his 'Secretary.' This gives
Mr. H. at home, proposes to the us the second and very pretty seen
Gay Parisieone. Then he flees. But of a ball in the 18th century, with
that gay flutterer followeth, and the elegant and beautiful costumes, and
fun of-the piece centres round a very pretty dances At night the
breach of promise suit. Mrs. H. at' "burglary" is worked. The only
length discovers the defendant in her thing stolen is the Duke's sash box.
" dear Ebeneser," who flees after being Its contents the generous Sqsire in-
flung in 10,000 damages. He is sup- sists on returning. Meantime the
posed to have perished on the moun young men have met Dorothy and
gains, but reappears in the second act Lydia; but failing to recognize them,
disguised as a Scotchman. Recon- they get -mixed in paying them ball
ciliation follows, a la Comic Opers. room attentions. In the third act the
Popiei r Eis a FTire u spt who lovers giris, dressed as men com, to Aight a.
the Gay Parisitne n and oomes to duel to fore Wilder land Sherwood
Enland with htr. Mr. Honeycombe's to be true to their rustic sweethearts.
enter Norha, ii engaged to Tom IThis scene is most amusing. 'The
wrjeik, tthe Parisienie's cbhouetl tgqur fil dsi ot everything in- the
Maqf orrdyhe, foreman of the Jury, )end, and forgives everything. Minor
sad an old time sweetheart of Mrs. charter are Phyllite Tppit, a
H., is another figre in the opera, as rustic wLose betrothall fete introduce
is uth, the Honeyeombe's Slavey. the play. Miss Mollie Bradley played
The opening ebors showed a want of this creditably, and sang very nicely.
britknes, bIt this soon vanished. Mr. Baker as the Parso also sang
The audience on Monday greeted the well. Mrs. Privett was played by
appearance of Miss Fosythe with Miss Vie in capital fashion, partleon
applause. Her part, however, was larly the scene in the Hall at night,
infnitesimal, as Mabls, NorA's when she is "embarrassed." Miss
friend. Mis Darley playing the Vie is a talented and conoe entous
title role, was r d with actress. She always -makes the part
an enthusiasm whlih she well she plays give the andlenee its full
-. ..or by. sffl" And a. worth. As the Sgmr. Mr. RobMn
ing wit these sound' ability which, Shds was e Mr. .er U
in her liveliet moments, as ai Wilder and Mr. Davies as S tnsed
her quietest on the stage, she never were excellent, both singing fns segs
lais aside, the Prima Donna was in fast class style, and acting with
brilliant in tfie first set when'-i e had sustained ability. They have sever
her greatest opportihuities, and sue- teased as better. As Dorothy Miss
oessfil in the second. Mr. Cole was Darley was even more than uPually
owneyeomhcb'nnd was particularly fanny .,t n'i effective in .Nt II, when lie was hIr' more i'erio. powers of acting.
trhi' ditPised &SttcrhMia. HIs AiMi"s f.Ahimmm r. n" Tldi.rl, play yl an
"First Class and Third" with Mism excellent secomi, doiig vly well


Mr.lin I, n -!h
" fomoil-o" ihas rul








indeed, For Mr. Coyn, that exce)leit 1 A Capital Idea.
actor whom we ,have learnt both I --
admire and respect, we reserve our Mr. A J. Snmith, the energetic
- t -and war e,.t pr-aiae As Mr. See-'tait-of the-J. U. T., has work
Lurcher be had a part that gave him out : i, iial idea in cunnection- with
a splendid opportunity. He rose to tle 'nuon. He has done a map of
it magnificently, giving an exhibition Jamaica in colours, marking in the
of true. acting in a conic guise. location of all the Branch Societies.
Thus at a glance one can see where
"THE SIGN OF THE CRO)-S." these ar and where they are not, but
should be. St. James, for instance,

The farewell performance of the
Company, on Wednesday night, was
a repetition ofbthis play. It was well
chosen, s a crowded house attested ;
indeed, one felt some regret that the
S Copanpy had uot given s more such
serious efforts. The play takes us
into the heart of Nero's Bome, where
Chritianity, uader Siree perseuntos,
was ring like the dawn, clear and
pare, whi.Te
On that hard Pagan world
Diagupt, and ecret loathing fell,
.nad wild desire and sated lust
Made human life a hell,
Marc a, a Christian girl. i saved from
the mob by Marcus Superbus, Prefect
andhie wife Poppaea. He is influenced
by lier till in the final scene he joins
her as a believer in her faith,and as her
companion when she goes to her death
in the arena. The scenes amid which
these move are set off by a number of
minor characters. Berenice apatrician
lady who loves Marcus, Tigellinus
and Lwinius his enemies; Daria, a
Roman lady of easy virtue, Gabrirr,
a drunken Roman nobleman, Steph-
anus, a Christian, boy, and Fer'ts.
iontellus, a Christian Patriarch. The
costumes were Very good. The
scenery left something to be desired.
As Marcus Mr. Bandmana acted with
great dramatic power, his speech was
at times a little too abrupt and
hurried. Miss Forsythe played Mercia
perfectly. Mr. Coyne's Nero was
skilful and effective, though the house
now and then insisted on throwing
an aspect of exaggeration on
his interpretation at certain
points by too much boisterous
daughter and applause. Mr. Cole as
Glabria on the other hand, himse!f
trespassed' on exaggeration, once or
twice. Miss Darley made a good Bere-
nice, her costume too being the best
of the evening. Miss Vie supported
Poppaea's part to one's full satisfae-
stioo. For her very capable acting as
Dacia, Miss Bebe Forrester deserved
much praise, as did Messrs. Pember-
ton and Davies as Tigellinus and
Lucinius. Mr. Shields who other ree
played the Potriarch well, did not
sufficiently command his voice. It
was that of a young man. We wish
to praise very warmly Miss Vera'
Verner's acting as Stephanus, it was
excellent; as touching as it was true
to life, it really was one of the best
things during the evening. After the
play the audience summoned its
favourites before the curtain and
greeted them with thunders of ap-
plause. Never was there a more
warm-hearted send off. The audience
waited and waited, and insisted on the
whole Company appearing. Then
"Auld Lang Syne" was sung, and at
length the ee- eptied itself
have cheered Mr. Bandmann's an-
nouncement that he hoped to return
next year. We hope he will.

Rock River Ripples.

The people here are so law abiding
that it is rumoured that the police are
the first to turn into bed while the
good folks do the patrolling, free,
gratis, and for nothing. How kind,
4. eh I
An old woman is making daily con-
fesions as to the r-niber of people
she has a t to their last home, being
say she is n obeal woman, and the
whole place is a blaze.- Moral, in-
crease the Enucationqvote.
The Rippler is saying good bye to
all Iis friend as he will be leaving
for fields green and pastures new, but
he will keep his eye open all the same
and his last bre'lthing shall be
."Jamaica, my country, God-bless

has a single Branch Society, while
some parisees have four or fixe.

Red Hills and Around.
Cricket was little thought of during
the past season. We hope that the
many clever supporters of the rad
old game in this corner of the Island
will do something towards rqivilg
it during thi season. It would be a
god idea to send a challenge to the
ay Pea club for Easter. The fol.
lowing would be a good selection,
Memrs. W. T McKay, N. McKay,
J. 8. Bryan, J. H. Waiters, A. M.
Sth, Ja.L d. Juo. Yranci,
W. J. Payne, F. M. Dawkins, C. F.
Constable, captained by one of the
first two men. We throw out the
suggestion to those concerned.

Georges Plain.
The estates near George's Plain
have nearly all started crop. Bel-
Isle, Black Heath, F.)ntabelle and
Fromne nre busy shipping sugar and
rum. George's Plain will begin very
early next month, but the crop there
threatens to be small in comparison
to those of previous years. The Day-
echools about here have resumed work.
Each teacher is busy preparing to meet
the annual Inspection by Mr. Wil-
liams. Attendance is greatly de
pressed by the children leaving to
work on the estates.
We4 thank Mr. Thomas Arboin
Agent here for the London and Lan.
cashire Fire Insurance Company, for
a neat wall calendar. The capital of
this Company is.2,127,500.
At the forthoomiug Council the
Government will propose to amend
the law relating to Friendly Societies;
repeal the tax on commercial travel-
lers, strengthen the law against
cruelty to animals and emigration,
establish a new holiday, May 24th,
deal with bush fires and free Rifle
Associations for import duty.
The Hallowes Nursing Fund received
24 in come in 1901 and spent 18.
It is now worth, all told, 760.
The Stationing. Committee of the
Wesleyan Conference meets in King-
ston at Coke on the 4th March. The
Conference Piayer Meeting is held
next day at 7 ..m., and at 10 a.m. the
Conference proper begins. The
Pastoral address'this year is prepared
by the Rev. A. W. Geddes The
District Synods meet at King-
ston, Montego'Bay, Port Antonio and
Spanish Town on the 28th (next
Tuesday). They prepare work for the
An inuntation in the Missionary
Meeting held at Mt. Airy, one of
the out stations connected with Porus
Congregational Church, was an ad-
dres by Mrs. J- .. WatOan. This
lady is an earnest christiah worker,
took the Sunday hobool Anni-
versary services at Richmond Park,
another out station some weeks ago.

Good Wishes and Advice.
To fle Editor.

The first time since October last,
we have been blessed with two success
tulo.days of bright sunshine. Ts'e
oldest inhabitant cannot remember
such" continuous and heavy rains.
Tlhe roads-oh shall we call them
roads -are in a most deplorable con
edition. To see the poor people on
them is a very distressing sight. Men
and women are up to their knees in
mad. Wheel traffic has been almost
suspended, as the stock suffer so
terribly from the bad weather. The
schools rome in for a large share of
sufering, and the teachers are any.
thing it hopeful, as this state f
things speaker a Fret falling off i
their a rvenge attendances r irreg
atarity mat eaus' a deterioration,
more or s, in the e.deecy of the
work at inspection; and thus hard
working men will be made to suffer
for esneaM over which they have no
control. Such is the iniquitoas
system of Pa) ment by Results."

Solutions to the Chess and Draught
problems are ihvited, and w ill be duly
acknowledged if received within the
following week.

Chess Problem No. 61.
By F. Garnage.
BLACK (F:ur Pieces).

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waITg (Five Pieces).
White to play and mate in 2 moves.

Draughts Problem No. 61.
By J. Dennis.


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Youths Khaki Suite (long pants) at 7s.
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Gent's White Drill Suits at 9s, 10s,
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Do. khaki Drill Suits 10s, 12s & 14s.
Boys Coating Suits (short pants) at 6s.
Gent's Straw Hats at ls, 1s id, 2,
2e 6d, 3s, and 4s.

ls Od, and 2s.
Gent's Tan Leather Leggings at 7s
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'The design for the Queen's Corona
tion robelhas been lGally decided aue'
byHer Majesty. Both historian records
and ancient precedents had to be con-
sulted A short time ago, the King
earinY 6 ttht it ro*be wor n by
o nAdel e were oi a exceillea t
oet presersyaio and kept ar.
herloomr as Brodie Castle, com
manded that they should be brought
to Mariboreagh hae f(or iee
Omes's 40mLftkp SO& L'dW L

U I- _ _ _ _ _-

Coroation, about 27,0 worth will
be needed.
The Coronoation ring, one of the
very few newly-made articles aed at
-U ceremony in Westiiaster Abbey,
will probeby take the form of a
plain'gold ring set with a l age
table rby oa which is egnraved a
plain, or at G(eorge's Crom.
Queen Alexandra meditates al-
Isng the CoroCation by initb s
*ib$4 e to help the London
PNad inaagarated by her hkbuad-ia
direct appeal to the women of Eng-
Not the least inter.it trn b the

Reformation Coroatios up to; and
including that of Goerge IL intese
wu used in a eertain way. It wa
not swung about i a enaer, but a
little of it was, we aderstand, burn-
ed Ln a small vesl. Tbereis no
likelihood whatever thatthis ueor
inoense will be revived.
It is debated whether the Bishops
ought to wear the mitres tbraqrboat
the ceremony or only pat thes on
whv n tie pewrs Mame theirdr
Thei-function being a ial
not a civil one the -op will
wear tdeir miitres all the time.
The copes which the Desa and Chap-
tar of Westmnster. who ASav im-

IL -
Me a, ebm

Sbrld ereald led w d
mings. The hanging sleeves ae of
vast pr. ,.-
A clotf-gold underloket will be
worn byi Hbs Majesty King Edwar
VII.. the Coronation, on which
will be embroidered palm branches
and the three national floral enir
blems of England, Ireland, and Scot-
The crown and the arrangement
of the jewels will be especi ly do.
signed for the oooSaio. The precious
stoues-which eonmist of diamonds,
rates, pearls, pphires, and easer.
d99dover will

IT9 rosee diamonds.
The hiserie gm in the Kingi's
eown centres a Maltese cros, and

Wu e t wyorn mby Henry*.
at timbs-sid .fcAUISbt.SW
yTe I measem salmme t whom
the late eem raad Ltter.n Pa-
toot on June 1, i.10; and bsedaughter
of the l.ar oMf, Daruley, who is a
rrem iAMw git, wirll attend
to robe. sad re lia.
In oousestionrit Mthae coronation
festivities,' there is to" be a gigatic
naval demonstration at Spithead.
Each Power .ill be asked to send a
ship, tfliuga Admiral's flag. Italy
w -Ia- ,e-tttp by -th -BVW-
Geno. N better selection ,eoold
have been made than the old Harrow
boy. T. Uited State* also wb~
Sto send a udro "hinder Admiral
Sampson. ut there will be no
room for sqaadrons etiiween the Isle
ot W gt aad the mainland, when
a re-{red for
BempleU p -led toward, and commissionings
held back orde to make a bi
a show as possible of the might ol
Briti and only a single line can
be spared for foreign wahipt. If,
moreover sqnadrd a wames boeiowed,
there might e some diffalties as to
S-e elakti vt nanges.h Rat ithmay almost
be taken for granted that Admiral
the Duke of Genoa and Admiral Samp.
son a ill fly their flags.
-he--Pope e.im46edtd to send. soi
dep tOaion to eodoe to represent
him oan thse oamoS of tte Crona.
tioa of Kaig wtward, as the latter
abstained froe yeding 'any maision
to the Vatican b, anftounoe his ac-
eeaion to. the Throne.
In preparing the City Estimates,
Kingston,Ja., hoa appropriated 150 to
nay for public celebrations of the
Several London, coach building firms
are buay constaaoting State coaches
for peers who will take part in the
Coronation preeesdon. The Dake of

Devooshire' aseAvants will appear moKf
probably in pale canary yellow, and
Lord Zetlands will be gorgeous in
rose olour end drab. Lord Gal.
way's strvanUta willperhaps be unique
--1- very handsome cherry coloured-
eoats, breeches, adll stocking; while
Luord Cadogan's will wear a shade of
blue, and Lord Londesborough's and
Lord Powisa will wear blue and
It, s calculated that about one
hundred and eight thousand skins of
the ermine will be used to make the
Peers' and Peeresses' robes for the

ommun(on, it was the K9Mg him-
self who first suggested the eislion.
He felt that the excitetaeat sad
bustle insepatable from a groat State
ceremony wouldbe inconsistent with
the tranquility and recolleotedness
with which he would desire' to p-
proach the supreme office of .Chris-
tian worship. At the same time the
King would shrink from wounding the
religious and hisLorical suseeptibili-
tids of his people, and the marked
disapproval with which the suggested
dalbioo has been received has de
tpElued him toadhere to tiei.m-
|pial custom. There have bean
Il s s statements with rgard to a
pomible revival of the use of ia-
cease at the Coronation. In.asl post-1

the 'stone of deeony' is its interior.
King Edward Lang Schanks meant
that airto be fashioned in blonze.
One Adam, the King's workman, had
already started in that when His
Majesty changed and ordered a chair
in wood, price 10, with an extra of
13* 4d for carrying, gildio; and paint-
ing two small leopards, also in wood,
Master Walter received a further sum
of 1 19s 7d for adding a step or dias.
The chair of solid oak, is still solid,
though diaigured by many mutila-
tions. The stooe rests on a middle
frame, auadr the aeat. Feur roueh-
ing lions supportt this frame. One
had a newface given him for the
eornation of George IV. The once
elaborately decorated framework of

the chair has offered mouh from,
time. The custom is to oovqr it with
cloth of gold for a coronation.
The stone was moved from the
Abbey when the Lord Protector
was installed and the 'Chair of Scot-
land was brought special to West-
minster Hall. The oanI, monarch
who did not occupy the oi r at her
mpostion was Qseen ary. She
b.ds chair blesd and sent to her by
the Pope.

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.G. 0 xi aM- fct
ks..:ew StTlmable T gm AT p ms.eeL. &&, S -
r r.rumo~r Irr. Wmirm &aa

and Prostration from Over-
work or other causes.
Humphn Hoamoplthto Specife
No. in Over 40 yeas, the only
uaemftul wememdy.
auem&a su.a r. rw s sl., .ssss

....Ai IOR OP T iiL S.

Form A.Applioationftboring Lands under the Begitration of Titles Law, 21 of 1888
....---------. ......-,....--- f,% )+.--------------" A ,. -- -- ------ -,--,- -- -
WasarA the several Paties mentioned below have applied to have the Land herein respectively described
brought under the Registration of Titles Law-No. 2 of 188; and the Referees having provisionally approved
of the Registration of Titles for the said Land, and having directed that publication of the tame be made as specified
below, and that Notice be served on the persons in possesiot, charge of, or owning the adjoining Lands.
THIS is therefore to Notify all person having any interest in or claim against kle said Lands mentioned be-
low that in case no Caveat forbidding the Registration of the Title to any of the said Lands be received by me on or
before the expiration of the period limited for lodging ,Caveats respecting ny parcel of Land described below then
lashall proceed as by Law directed, to bring such Lands under the operation ofthe sa.d Law.
SRegirtrar of Titles.
N.B.-Forms of Caveat ay be had on application at the Officoe of Title thee Barracks, Kingston. .

Name of Applicant.

William Alexander Thomp
son of Repository, in the Par.
ish of Manchestbr, Planter.

Date of
Order of
Ap roval.




Number mber of Period within
Neti fia Not i flea-,which after
WIi, ndsofAdver-
PROPERTY. lions int inda of Adver-
S amal p other tisement,
J, e. e -w Caveat may
S papers.@ be entered.

All that piece or parcel of Land situ-
ate in the Parish of Manchester, part
of Repository, containing by estima-
tion one acre and two roods more or
lew, and butting and bounding North-
erltyon --Led belonging- to oA.nthe
possession of Henry Willacy, Souther-
ly and Westerly on Land belonging to
or in the poesion of William Ber
m ar d E y o Land belonging
Io or in the possession of Charles

A- a
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Charles William Masters oj
Flower Hill, in the Parish of
Saint James, Planter

1 .1~-~

-- -- *

Wilbert Daniel Wilsona~l
Jack's Lodge," in the Par
ish of Clarendon.


18TH JANUARY, 1902.
All that fen piece or parcel of Land
sitaate ic the Parash of St. James and
known as Flower Hill, by estimation
1, )68 acres, niore or lek, and bnttmi
and bounding Northerly on Tryal
Estate and Spring -stdte, SoontherIl on
Greedpond, Irwin and Kirkpatrick.
acitvly on Mor*Ilald, Blue Hole and
The Valley and Westerly on Hatfield :
.whatnn vr ot her ouantity oTTand




Itne sam~e may ne bounied.
.--1.STH JANUARY, 1902.
All that piece or parcel of Land part
of Jacks Lodge," sit:uates-iu-t.e dis
trict of Colonel s Ridge, in the Pari-l
of Clarendon, containing 5 acres an,
9 percheT,-nrore or less, and buttimn
and bounding North--on Parochlin
La.ad, s&4rh on Fpien hip property
East on a part of same land, Northwest
on a parcel of land belonging to or i,
the possession of James Howell, and
West on a Gully.









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.-..N.AY-... FTrNOON-- in.lnno i.sr ari d is WRITE OR WIRIC
--- p~pwer into out lives is to lift our -
By the Rev. W. f. NURRMY. DD. whole beings up into an snmos here Ohas Allen Gentle,
President of the Wsaleyan Conference. of peace, ot strength, and hopeful ess. Albany P.O., -
iLet us, having just entered upon For t best and cheapest conveyance
Let us walk softly, friend, new year take the truth into our -between Albany and Port Maria. l Iif I afl Sl .
For trange paths lie before us, all miuids and hearts with strong fan li, Daily service. Splendid stock and W L
untamed: 'and a livelier gratitude. if we biver vehicles for travelling to all parts of ELDER DEMPSTER & CO.
The New Year. spotless froin the grasp it before; and if we hlve the island. atisfaction certain.
halld of Gi od hitherto rejected it, or given it ,only Jmaica and Bristol carrying -
La thine and mine. O friend i a cld, intellectual aent, lt u MAESTY'S MAILS.
eHe ,kne y |IS MAJESTY'8 MAILS.
seizeit as a rock on whick re ill
Let us walk straightl. friend; bleeedly andsecurely rest, whatever IM OJ J& Oflt1 R. M. PobT MohAiT," sails
To get the arooked pths, behind us may be the earrents that may sweep, KIN ~ TON from Kingston, Feb.. 6t at 4 p.m.
no ; or the surges thet may roll, or the Qu mekst route to Ealsad.
S Preo on with steadier purpose o or stornis that may beat during the a. Etblishd 1879-Steamers speolaly built for the
brew / known period thatstrethbes out before trade.
To better deeds, 0 frienU us. F SUFFCIENT INDUCEMENT Redced rates Pa e.
SWith the asurwnce that our times OFFERS, Cargo arrived o laric nd tbrog
et aus walk gladly friend ; re in the bands of God, rdt a heart THE to LonGdp, iG, Liverpool, &a.,
Perchaoce sme greater good than le s tyrant, but a gracious, loving ubsoibeo toe Co t.
we have known Father, let as oeerfully, and heartily SILbsc bers 8 AILINGS EVEBY 14 DAYB.
Is waiting for or some fair hope do the doatie that fall to ot -lt. WILL UNDERTAKE THE -
flown Some duties'are pleasant, asd other* JAM M4ICACOATAL LINE.
Ihall yet return, O friend I ar9 not; some take but little. out of Wh~f e aMCA 8.8. "DITA T mile to otport on
WT, bi te here leave as xated Of TAaY, Jana 2Bth .t 7 am..
L nus walk humbly, friend; and weary; some bring as tbe weta tham at 7
light not the hart's a of i -
round our feet;. seen to yield nothing but disappoint-
The larel bloasepm are not half so meut and depression. But if the FROM TR 8.S. "ST. Lorns," "PARs." "Nsw
sweet sphere wefill, be of God, if the dates MaILK RIVER WHEARF YOBM," sad "ST. PAUL," sai ery
Or lightly gathered, friend I we have to do are of His arrane GEORGE & BRANDAY. Wednesdayfrom New York tor South
ment. then let u toil on patiently, ampton. special Trains coney Pa-
Let us walk kindly, friend, and in hope, for we shall reap, if wp I m u T nn I T 9s eanger to London, on rniva of
We cannot' tell bow long this life faint not,-reap, if not the success we .I n 'n I gll", on e ero
shall last, crave, the approval of the Groat Task U.. UUIU
How soon these precious years be Mastr, for work faithfully done 109 --- lifa 0 W
overpast; If our ties are in God'm hands. WATER I.ANE, KINGSTON ih elII W. '. i. U. LLo
Let love walk Aith us friend! then our sorrows, and -truiglest in Fortnightly SeivicebetweenJamarie
personal, domestic and bnsinees lift h Bermuda, Turks Island, and Halifa
Let as walk quickly, friend; are not things pf chance, just happen- IB ryi m Frei ht and Psseng er,
"Work with ourmight while lasts oar in., %e know not how. No, known to IN THE CITr to interior o
little stay, God are all our aad thoughts, and IN THE CITY. a Unied Kingdom asi
And help some halting comrade on the safering areomstsaces.; aed not only otinent
way ; known to Him, butae ath a parpoe Fori Fifty Years one of the moet =*o
And may God guide us, read in permitting them, and will not.be eeal firms as
-- unmindful of ts while we re paying a 21.
PaRiAK hteogh tbem. -He will tsusour un, and ATCH-MAKERS ar Weekly Wervise to NJw
We as full, of chttges, 4), Lord. olsee as, ano in iH r own way d k Ya. ia naki, fa t -ht
Not only do times and saMene ome tame help s ad deliver as. L"et as pM AEBES, in mi,. ll M.
and go with as, but our condition and then wait on the Lord, and be of
oircumstafmoe know no stability. Our good orate, and He will show as I ITBE AND JrtM to ia d i- adL
very lifi b ebbing away. Soob- the iL Salvation. Odt.
great of all the changes we an If our times are in God's hands, aI a EM S I. A.. HAGGART,
know here will come to 2s, and we then let as jst go on living each day Aat, -
shall bid a loni a'fiAal, farewell to trusting in Hion, doing our duty by tylUtIU T ACD uo s-ltr woamA .a
!l eartrly relationhips, being, ad His help faithfully in the sphere of UIP OUR WATCHWOID.
things. 6, Thou who ebhanget not, life to vhiek. He has called us; allow-
we would begin the year by cryin ing no thoughts about life'- close to WHITBOURNE & CO.
to Thee for the help of Thy grace and shadow, and ebdden our lives The
Spirit to- unable as to place ourselves, graes that helps us in life will A BV
with at our interests, duties and oes support as in death. The Savio r, 'l'lI BANK. PASA IC -
in Thy hands. Hear. us, God of n whom it is our blessed privile-. o I l PASSAGE 8 RVIC---KINGTOON
Love and Mercy. Fit a- for very rust, is tie Prince or Leader of life. TO NgL YORK.
daty-ttb we may-wde. it wid-lo ,. ae*tinag Hiun as our Redeemer from KINGSTON JA v
and well Prepare us for every Mtr1 in, nand receitaig nis Sptrit as r K A teer leae K for Newa
we aay bear after te mnsner of! Qaikener into a new immortal life, i .. T WIW -
sels sustained by Divine strength we are in the smpany of those who O"PWI AML w ETI nmgera.
d hope and so o1hoi w arenmarIgiNms of the Im FREIGHT SERVICE
whrith lovingke Ao. f id, mor e and ie moAl of ligfe V- Rht-1 .. Yek
tbat at home, in Wi i U eatn, hW i may, Ahcoe A d r -.
friends in our a 4"d n iJt Where it 1 = bow it may, ^ SKO ED willX8 aiZha?12 I^ Irt'
the ooompany of raamnus w bewt us 40 fuller, aod, n. ightly,"* G
in the Cherch our lives may be dying life. We thank Thee, 8oa of FO THEB UiMMER 8EA80N. SERVICE NNEW Yoa TO
aeious, kiadly, tender, helpful snd Ood, (od the Ron, that Thoou didat KINGOSTON.
Chrst like. A1U. irlg life and immortalit to light- JA L 4 -A itlli Yoak WA
We thank Thee, with a deeper grati- S P EC
y MUTAroN. tade, that .Thoubea st breathed thatL OFLL Ag'- y fa
.My time. a- in Thy hand." life iato oubtheart Armr OR ert m d ftarD
wPsalm ter- tie -we i an The Latest l Cargo Ar t be U d a- d
tOn pperifdt es ofhf eath, or PI
give to the term a wider range-which ROf.aeo Jcoes' M&eb of 1hioPaj Ams
I think W s oorreet ttiak to do i a per entitled the "Prolopu A IlMBUR0-AXmfICA N Itnsa
and .ta E the L. t t es -mi ~pofan f isd ,of the s ek B,
periaenes, sd relaas @li of e, our U in 4hJ PoEFibPWn q"dSIBasn
&loss an ,i os" bns. -But too : '- o t W 9toldfhek et pyIdL

strmth fro It. To *&v' it, to bsa npenegs t%6e ; o we
thdPmt OMn of ar imaru1" alnds, he s rej to ler RY 8ATUIDAY,W.
sUd toIti I lll I toia i ss a atiiq defl la
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For all particular", price., and information, happy to teitepresentative in the Wet nladies,




fraught with beneicial and. far-each-
beauty we say, because, Lierpl'
fairest dohter, matho, and mids,
in rih and varied bhife attire, graed-
the Banquet given to Sir Alf by
their presence. Many in partlipa*
tion of the feaRt-many more at a later
atage, by rsnling down poO the
baaquestec, fro ti eo of 4aB*
taea oded by he e
aord boxes of toe bege t
Chivalry, beau e .ill .Ht wa
noblesttad best in tbe baobe and
oommereaw life of UvwpoL the
lords of iadutry -hippag o- e*-
mmre, th ttrue knight arralt e tm
present day, had -aseibMl d t pay
their tribet d oal ad m
*"st to a ww-iohei emtal

garb. of the gentlemen only served to
grow out in more, strong and certain
The Banquet was served in ad-
mirable style. and daring it con-
tiusanoe and the after proceeding,
sweet music, from deftl ha ed
instruments, and beau l voices,
enlivened the passing hour. ,
Te speseebe were worthy of the
~oesloi. The'Chairman, in prop
ing lhe toast of the evening, bur
elotqde tetimoy to t he charater,
g qualities and achievements of
ir Alfred, -whose weaderful suoeem
must be attributed to his native wit
and ability, bhi plk, his quiek
power both L eag sad at the
same tmim eGtOlsg oMi as
they arrive, adt, c
tean, sad above all. to whas M
taMe pwerseVanee, ad i story, ad"

IL P.,1 nO LsdAt
RussMell, Mr. A. 3
War R, rO.JoTs % 'Mr.*OUS had m i the smay channels into which
Charles MeA u M.P.nd- s el to eana.t tlbe energy of Sir Alfred Jones
mCh^^a'rle TT position, but been widely spread In. had been directed; and said that,
salary represeatives of the United deed in their beneficial infieace upon perhaps the trade with which his
States, Brazil, Argentine Republic, the fortunes and happiness of the name, would always be favourably
Italy, Greeoe, Siam, and Switze rland mother country and her coloniee. aseeciated was the froit trade. Sir
The Chairman $of Lhe following trade The Liverpool Philarmonic Rall ends Alfred could not be said to have in-
Associations, the Afritan, the Ship .telf pecnlarly to chaste and artist. vented the banana, but he could be
owners, the Undei writers, and the ti embellishment for a function of said to have introduced it on a corn
Corn. Tbe Lhaireman was Mr. G.Ch b this kind, and fall advantage' had been mercial scale, and to have popularized
Cox vie det of the Chamber of taken of the fact. Bk of the tble it. Referring to what Sir Alfred had
mmeroe. of honour the stage was banked up done forJamaica the speaker added
with tir ter tier of fr trees stad- oocerning our Island there was no
[Writts by a sBwdel Crrwesponde dnt.] wish di and briliatly o- morp beatinfl and novel holiday
o electric lights, while Uthe tles report whreln to spend bleas winter
The beast and ehiva ry of Liver- tbat elMve were loaded wrlh jtiad, ge onhs.than Jamaica.
pol haunted at the Philarmoie ffl, aad low.ri plats, and andelaMa Sir Alfred, in repli, was ex-
LverpooIl Friday evening, the 27st and appoen t of silver trM I tremely happy sad tebeitn", through-
Derseeaer tedsl la iin to t lthia glistened under the sabdued light of ut, and made one state ent of a
Leaijs J u. tip aic ly shadehled -eandles, ^and laa n s to the inhabitaats of
irl l doMe eta, h pe i t wig from above. All't 'ti o estabIsb a bamana gite dias
Wmetdstare -e u 1qu ieed s weet faces, forms, brllas s.t e from Kingeton so uIverpool, a faet
ead wseee hule fVasteM of tues, and Lashing jewelsof the lot Imense importance in regard to.
Jasica, with Is masterful aad p- many ladies, made the s eems a se. the development of thi staple busi.,
to-date ametbeds, is b d bqe table fairy dreamsin, which the obr saees of the Island.
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of Sir Alfred Jonem' direct line be-
tween/ Kingston and Liverpool will
See rly availed of for further de,
velopment of the commercial rela.
tions between the Island and Great
Britain by the go-ahead firm of E. DI
Kinkead Limited. J. E. .

Dentist and Kings.
At Copenhagen last month, royal'
honours were paid to the remains of
Dr. Allanro Read, American dentist,
who had resded there since 180.
Dr. Bead was a native of Pennayl-
vanua. He was at ised by the
Royal Family of Denmark, Sweden,
the Dowager Empres of Russia ad
Qaeen Aleandra, and enjoyed the
fieidsohip of mem ers of varion roTar
ami, diplomatic ad other-
ties. The deoeeddeli .ed to ae sept.
a title and other bonaura, ad retained
his American citizenship. Wreathe
from the Royal Famil of Denmark
were deposited-on Dr. ad' cotBa.


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The guests, who numbered about
00, and included, as we have said,
the creme de la creme of Liverpool's
*ons and daughters, had amoug them
not a few of those -intimately oQn-
nected with the trade Ibetween Ja
masca and Great .Britain, notably the
resident Director in England of E. D.
Kinkead, Limited, Mr. William Alfred
Jones, and no donbt It wa due to
his 'characteritc enterprise that, a
good supply of representative brand
of Jaman e igars, were passed round
among the guests, who showed high
appreclation of their fine qualities.
In this connection we may be par-
doned itf weadd that toese who have
known Mr. Wm. Alfred Jones, during
hiextended career la the UvSeip
markets anticipate with eoldsoe-
that what Sir Alfred Lewis Jones ha
denm and is doing for the Weat ldes
-o.- a drstioi. Mr. Wm. Alfred
Joneandhis firm will andobtedly-

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SHOULD MINISTERS a few, not for argument aIke, but in youth of our churches and cotnimuni-
SMOKEI? the sincere hope that the paper may ties besides. Now can a Minister
-- catch the eye of some, at least, of rebuke his young people for smoking
A ISTEli ANSW\IERS TblE the snoking fraternity. when he smokes himself When I
QUESTIO-N.. I J s ,an unn esary expen e.
Inr times like these when the1 f-bioaable as ribbon amcon the
To the Editor. pinch of circumstances ist telling upoi younger members of my flock. The
str,-The question may b3 con- our very vitals, even the pinch of thibo became such an abomination,. JanIn,,is.
sidered impertinent at the offset in tobacco ecomes a luxury. Now can *hat in order to rebuke it in others, overstWers WV I7 I at W
view of the fact that a large propor- we Ministers expect the people to by thehelp of God, I was led first to I"v *s -a'-eI t
tion of the Ministers of all denomoinn prattiis self-denial and support our a badon the habit myself. mea theomoa m s* s bet1a1 a
(ions idulge in the use t "1the good endeavours when we ourselves. This is one of the glaring inconsis. MParms"e T.aos G"asAaoEI .
fragrait weed." But surely a closer become self-indulge't ? tenies which make us a gazing stock
investigation into the subject will 2 Smoking is dishonourable to our .in the eyes of the unsaved. I have CASOW
reveal the pertinency of such an Christian profusion. heani a Christian Minister rise up in CItMWI
enquiry. Puppn e a member weie to ask his' public, and denounce smoking. Some "
The question may be personal, (so Minister "Can yon -conceive of one at the moment, whispered in my
by the way, is the question of human Jesus smoking a pipe, cigar, or ear "Why doesn't be give up his
salvation) but it i by no means im cigarette?" could any thougtful cigar !!! "
Spertinent. We ought to waive servant of God answer in the t, frma. Iieave my readers to draw their
oa.rmony when dealing with so ini, tive? To my miod,and to the mind owtreoeiusioss. -
portant a mater. of many who make no profession of 4 Smoking an impediment to
Let us be honest with ourselves in the Lord Jesns, such a reply would Christian Saintood. "
*the rfit inataoe, and admit that be irreverent, derogatory to oneas r en those who are most wedded t Oa G
tobaopn has its beneficial uses. Good, self respect ad Christiva voastiPs- the abit confeae that its propriety is a _-ATIM_*_
earest, pious Christian men have nes, and a direct insult to t~e a iMtter of doabt. Bear hat Pail 'm a m inm fss. umne iL
fouhd it a sir qua ton. it is true beloved Person of our Redeeming says again : "He that doubteth is '_ P rti atm
that men have been forced to smoke Lord. damed if he eat," Surely the WI mS@5a
-or the benefits of their health J wamkin is a stumbling block to principle holds good here. Jaes said: _________
Missionaries labouring in malarial many. ff by hand or thy fof6 offenfdthe-
Sg hve u. t aery to hem an cast them from thee: Violent Cure for
ward ot disease, even temporarily, by the way into the Kingdom of God. it better for thee to enter into lie Whooping Coug
the use of tobacco. Among the What is the good of telling men, halt or maimed, rather than having
many reasons why the pipe is the "Ye must be born again." When we two hands or two feet to be cast into
'por man's friend' is the alleged ourselves are not even reformed iu everlastiug fire. And if thine eye
one that smoking can cloy the 3ie matter of smoking? She would offend thee, pluck it out, and oet it From New Guinea coDees a curions
hungry edge of aupetit:e. That may be a criminal mottler, who could from thee; it it better for thee to
or may not be, but let it be granted as ruthlessly thrust a cigarette into the enter into life with one eve, rather story o native superstition causing
a post late mouth of her ,ew born babe. Yet we than havin 'two eyes to be east into the stMritiqe of innumerable lives.
,F THEf T,)IACCO CREED. expect men to vrow in raree" by bell fire Whooping cough was introduced by
Apart from the co.nimionly stated fiediini them with "strong meat" Let n, man hope to attain to the two white children, arid -i,'e:i with
excuse that lonely mien tind i, ii king which they are unable to bear fulnes- of the manhood of Chri t, to
a good and cheap companion, a very The world is Ruthiciently religious grow in grace, and in the knowledge frightful rapidity. It firSt swet the
dubious way out of the difficulty, I to object to our smoking; and Paul of God's Son, to be sanctified by the coasts, and then the interior.
know of no other argument in its said If meat shall cause my Brother spirit of the Lord who elinga to habits As the natives hold that death,
favour though I am quite open to to offend I will no longer eat any like smoking. I have fond it an from whatever cause, is always com-
conviction. My positive belief is that more meat, lest I cause my Brother impediment in Christia utteraace, a passed by an unknown enemy, oly
tobacco should only be -red for to offend." Jesus said "Woe unto hin4ranoe to communion with God, a discoverable through witehrwft
medicinal purposes. What is objected the world because of offences for it stumbling block unto weaker brethren, whenever a village is attacked with
to is not tobacco, per se, but the must needs be that offences come; and therefore I have determined in whooping cough, a soreerer is eon-
tobacco habit in any form, smoking, but woe to that man by whom the God's name, by His assistance, for snlted. He invariably desigates
-chewing, or the use of snuff.. offencw oometh i" the furtherano of His work and for anoth village or tribe a tile calprfi,
Now what are the objections against Moreover in this matter, we aie not ao wn preat antd eternal welfare and al idglt m aarof Tmaom
the se of tobacco by the Christian only our brother's keeper." but the to"lay aile this welbL."-! a et. p-,on folwrrs
Minister? I will attempt to suggest keepers of our own children, and the Fl.x ."


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Last Sunday night Profeaor Col-
4ir preached at St. Gor,'S. 'Can.
* Kiilbmram ad Mr. Satelde took
in the service. The ILa l ld-
rwa crowd. and the Prolf4or
was followed through hB dieeemm
with rapt attsm l. He. gp -s
d ntoo wih an
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tha -- I of the wori
g"7 1f t$e *world three
seated themselves. Fir4 k
of exper aee men wea
touak, taste, handle all tl
plomre, paursu it. Satis
sea, Crap every new_
and so on thze went. But
thus sought, aus seed, b
pulled on mma, and the v
to enjoy at withered a
Drink, imparity, and all
during pleasres of life, to
tuae eagerly, but by and
pi- I pam ore and isSt
,dot t Seo poyw to

ia rmt, Armpts o
s. M ite %s., hdle I
thand W Imm

- dioua &pOBes .%be tVOl
Ae worK cw1* back to lU
pure desre, th Ivat of rti
esier to eao"pe sinu than
si. iDo& w a~t us e tku t
LBylit man bet and he

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&abrd ft" tit IOMAe4b
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Wed were wtt d I~in .er~l~

we mat",aim %h"
wego Umrsu ~ wori
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Flag bed wttb sore d
Tdl wmbhes hbr years w
Threw *fW robeAa,
"Make Ineit A&V in
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Yet aplI 'ma downI
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is complete without the proper

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they need to furnish it competely.
Ml Stock of HTr Bnrushes, Combs,
PlowdersB, Coloprnes, Toilet Wates,
Powdet, tc., iw -i ch more varied
than it is possible to indicate here,
if in need of oo ef this kind, I 46, KING ., 416.
fel snre you e lfm atMMI OTORI,
y what awant, and at prices We@*aaeooi rwS3
s low, that will surprise oyleoh L .-
-ull 4w t ).9
19l ad AlTCOf zfor A, Goodsd that
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.,~ 3i ,--: teper pm c 'i. m -b- Dbri de. U
NII -w a ARVAP. Tniithr prfinnrs sktng Wgta-nii

a thse r r and niish unsurpased.
t, say FRED L MYER8 & SON SOL AGENTS Wedding RInge made, to order and
ings. red free of charge.
fthea --rompt attention to country orders.
..jo '"Ient V i l UA U Ti STED All work done on the Estlsthmeent
t Pleasure wnu YuU hA rVE TAShTED ls pri-.tcedm e pel an, 1 a.
; ", byi. ranteed by C. C. MCK.8Y.
re wepo I P iTOLlN' JA M S F The Leading and best Watch maker
.n pt id-wiY in the Island.r-
he other L P TO tS TB lS Apprentices taken.
these men C. C. MA88KY, Manager.
bye thesIs
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S~g y IRANGE STBEt wr vt waa. th -
-moans of M F.e ,. / objee ofi,. e, ftee W Fire In-
a, the im- XOO U3) ra a eanesa, in which object it
W. It*S WWi Rs has been very seeemsfal, so that Fire
to e lcppe Principal: 8. E. LOUIS MATINT. Insuranoeein Jamaica iowonlyabout
hlld wSy ? With a competent Assistsit (Sr. Camb. Certif. Honours.)l ro Bat or Pinnm, -
Tew T Uif i6~cuium inclideas--:Sc pture, En~itsh, French, eisfb"- -- -is*
r -Latin, Mathematics, Drawing, Shorthand, Book- The. i Fire of King.
Is keeping, and teWritfng. -wlm 1- r, bee, IM .
Sp p e~l. : A., whi were promptly
sat SaMim Boys specialby prepared for the various Local Exams. PINC ag iaft > a -' re.ouro.
ags. Bat Our uster of Individma:itf elotion ensure the Most, Rapid Progres fer of th
ie eah Pupil. iInrTFORD, Ses Iery.
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SroA NEWW DEPARTURE. ti Tm0iae"agI
ire. But
shereafter -* TBHE---. A good Commsion on rt Premi-
I bind In u rs given no acceptable Polae s
th e FOO A CUrW T Plapply to the
Of- IQ _---a I
bout hafr,
Sni ....otel, ..Ed .-Steink
peresnaisty THE PttOPRIETORS the above RBetabhlrment, having secured the ---.
eopalr, TJ ervlbe of 4 Cr i o- aplto date Attendants, have determined T HAVE pleasure to announce to
ere who to place the Botel det a n the Geni al Publia and my Pat-
y -C LARSo A :B AI, BA rS. ee, that s inee I have finished the
way, -Ft'I T : CLASS : .BASIS. ns which I hand on hand to build,
the vale" Breakfast, Luachton.: ted Dinner, as also Cold Suppers, can no be I aw now open to TUNE
abdpr supplied at the shortest notice at reasonable rate-, either on or offe the and REPAIR PIAaNS M well a
Spr 7 pre.seee, wher LMesioo lnstrumets.a Orders
m~ ny lee Gentlemen taking their Meh a down town, as also entle hosinde b earn ly to avoid die
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~O Ug~ly.UUUAWUIZ Gentlemen tII5 3 IrU UI WSJ 116downa o

IO ligll y,i! Ri w W1 -- -- T11rm I fOllrWUI^ M fnJ iom -
PerchanceI may euntrwlith other the great Musician, Prf. Julian Pas,
P herC e I Convenient additions have been made whereby customers may dine on the t a
When 1 have purged my guilt." upper fi'or if deirable. Paklth Jl 101.
What we uad to was to realize An effortwil be made to make the Bill of Pare particularly teImptang, ~W ab Sr iz Rs
that as Christians we should see while the Bar, as usual will oontlt ue to be supplied with the Det'S irt*t s withb mch pleasure
tht bhie New J3rualem was even ta l T.TfM ato. thatfntto. hnke for ay
new aet ,etdag belB ourT o- es, and- iOn which ye iZrWio,,. B, pi -
that we were citizett elof tLatelf ., /TD Bed .. I Cof_ bl_ d nw h h
that we were citiu jof that r!t N. B.- Bedrooms, Cool Comfriable and Convenient. it hai never haabestcUarone, and I
Toward thlt hlgl t, towards b akinu G. A BtTTR & BRO. thankelie yo r.
our citisenthip good and sound and Pr ... Joprietor.A JU IAN PASCAL.
sure we were to move.

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With Thanks.
Messrs. Delgadb Bros. of Brown's
.Town send us a taking Almanac for
1902. It is of respectable dimensions,
and displays a pretty coloured pioeure
battled Caught., We w'sh the
Arm continued sooeses; in fact, that
they will each Prosperity more and

Our New Gas Burnes.
The deoses of the new Welsbach
Geu braers an Ina we in Kingston
makes te following Interesting:-
By a new invention, the Mera
Sbhuan aged in connection with their
iantde, the Weibacbh Incandeasent
Gua Light Comoanv. Limited, claims

to give a light of 50 eandle-power
from 24 euhic feet of gas, as compared
with only 16 candle-power produced
by the ordinary burner-which costs
the same-from 5 cubic feet of gas.
In a year the difference in the cost
works out at 12s 44d per burner, and
what is quite as important as the
saving ia the enormous increase in
the light, which, if it had to be ob
trained from an ordinary burner, would
cost uve .3. The Kern burner has
also the further advantage that,
owing to the complete combustion,
there is no vitiation of the atmosphere,
making the light most healthy
for domestic purpose.
Knocked Him Sqae.
In Indianaolis,. 8, A. on 'Jan
2, a blow on the head eatd George
Brmmaer of what was suppMWd to be
an incurable mental eafftion. He
as recently out fom the central
Insame Hospital, bt on application of
his wife, papers were made oau'for
his return. Meatitme,- soffering4rom
insomnia, he wandered from home.
A few hours later two boys led him
home. He had a wound' on the back
of his head from the' butt of a whip.
The physiciann called to dress the
-wound found him perfectly sane. A
severe pain in his head, of which he
had complained.before, was gone.
A Long Matrimonial Quarrel.
In New York on January 3, Mrs.
Mary bEka died at the age of seventy.
nine For almost thirty years she and
her husband were estranged, and
although the couple lived alone under
the same roof, they never once spoke
to each other in all these many t a
All that the neighbours ever knew
of the trouble between the two was
that there was a mother in law
Sfbey occupied a small house, par
ttioned off so that neither one was
troubled by the other.
Although thedying woman refused
to isieelr isbaiai bie bettaded er
feral. _
A Chance for Poets.
PMIs OF 50,5 15 AND 10.

Few En~lishmen, say the publishers
of Good Words, are ratified that the
present Poet Laureate can write the
st pol ry in the Empire. I. the
hope of finding a new Laureate, that
imagine is offering cash figures to the
value of 76 for the three best Odes
on the forthcoming Coronation written
Sby a British subject ad received at
its office in Lindon by Apial 20Lth
-iMt. The etprie la 50 ; bat
4 more than the value of the prize, the
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inspiration to the loetA of the EmpAre;
and it is the authors of the Empire
outiMdi- England itset--that are
especially addressed. The honour,
they say, of being adjudged-the-l-st
poet in the XEpinre will be worth more
than nmay pIries of fifty pounds, and
it is an honour which will reflect on
that colony cr that part of. the
BItpiTe in wrilh thie poet lives -a well
as dignifying the individu il.
The publishers have asked us to lay
this before our readers.

hoe Rcstoo tion of The aP llI

Opening Oeremony, January 25th, 1902.

BYV W. 3.




0 years ago the
formal opening
ceremony asudt
dedicatory serv.


England, oase a rate ofiating. at
te Cthledral The six an m v
windows of the chanel faedig Wt1
and south cost 400, exclude of
duty, freigh etc on the imported
rm ritid. oThe eautiful stained gla
east window, set in flowing tracery.

was tie gift of the then Uhiet Justice
of the Colony, Sir Joshua Rowe, Bart.
The writer's father presented the
entire reading desk, the materials
for the pulpit, and the pair of chairs
of gothic design which adoTn tlie
Sacrarium, in addition to his per~ al
subscription and loan of money. The
replacing of thie nmonumients performed
by Thojas Biock. sculptor, Kingston,
cost 102, exclusive of materials.
Handsome, indeed, must have been the
qbecriptions, for between the Gov-
ernor and Bishop (50 each), the
Preident and Vice President of the
Council and eight officials in Spanish
Town, no less than 98 were sub-
sold in five parieses, realized 16.
id as inu all things mundane, the
ealis to often sperseded by gloom.
l tbhe midst of this grand work, a
gloom blacker than Egyptian darkawes.
overtook the toilers, and trowel and
plib bad to be laid ide. Like.
ea wsoosaus king Cholera bestrode
thq land, and the scythe of Death was
Sbuy. Those who witaesed the
bherrot of 1850 and 1852 can never
f*get the picture wrought by the
hand of Death. What wonder that
labour and labour eased ? Wholesale
disorganization vas inevitable; even
the ranks of the toilers were thinned.
Indeed. 't.was a _mystery how the
work was so soon renewed. It was at
ths stage that the parishioners had
ti "ary their original determination
a pl ipe to the State for percni
4 aiidl From the votes of Assembiy
we Ular that on the 7th May 1861
the Oburhawardens and Rector of St.
Catherine presented a powerful peti
tim to the Hooase siting out that
It woald take 1,600 to complete the
balding of the banoel, and praying
for the advance of that sum to be
tid in four equal yearly instal-
waets. The report of the Committee
of investigation was very strom y
worded, .ad was to the effect that
"the House would either have to
vwB tber11 Tr191ee4 r funds, ora
alt a retmo dedicated to the
ersnhip of Almighty God. on whieh
a very large sum has already ben
.i18iea, 1 Vo sat a tastmaany to
afer ages of a want of seal on the
part of the people of the colony ti tho
spread of religion." The Conmittiee
farther recommended a grast of 650
that nasmion, andA similar grant next
emston. Needless to say, both grants
passed, the last one on the 28th Jan.
166. This gave a .new impetus to
the work, and, to be brief, by the
close of the. nex' year the opmn
the c~inrh took place. Tle entire
46sa of the enlargement

Iith the band-
some gothlic chan
eel of the CG.the-
dral took place.
The impressive
ceremonial to
take plaee to day
is therefore a
happy selection,
for it is the jubi.
lee anniversary.
Truly history re-
peats itself. Let. us here draw aside
the certain and take a glance pt the
events which cluster around the restor-
ation and enlargement of 1852, aud tihe
contrast will serve to bring into pro-
minenoe the laudable scheme of the
Reotor-rebuilder, Canon Ripley, which
is to culminate in to day's imposing
It was oar pleasure a few month's
ago to give.a brief asoount of the
events which helped to bring about
the restoration and enlargement oi
the lastentury. Oar review of those
events must be fresh in the minds f
our readers, so we will only touch the
fringe of history to day, passing into
details concerning the actual Echempe
and general conduct of the laudable
enterprise of the then Rector-rebuildet,
Dr. Samuel P. Musson, begun in
1848 and finished in 1852.
The creation of a Bishop's See in
1824, brought witu it a vast expansion
of The DIioese, and Dr. Christopli-er
Lipseomb, splendid organiser as he
was, realizing the advantages that
would accrue if a Cathedral Church
were created, constantly urged the
matter on his Metropolitan, the Bishop
of London, and His Majesty's Secre
tary of State to the Colonas. Our
late beloved Queen marked htela F
by raising the Parish Church e r't.
Catherine to the status of a Cathedral
is 1843 on the occasion of the conse-
cration of Dr. Aubrey George Speoner,
second Bishop of Jamaice. Five years
later we fiad a loyal people, intent
upen marking a great political and
social event-the.sbotition of slavery-
trning their thought to areooting -a
eating memorial to murk the double
L)an To rear a vast gothic chancel
S ti o ordinary undertaking, however
mnucthe ba lcm eai thbsiasm. ~410,o
was no trifle to raise among a people-
just in the adoleseenee of freedom,
more so when .the plan was one of
voluntary subscriptions. The State,
was, if possible, not to contribute to
And here is where the gigantic
task of Rector Musson so much
reseualles that of the present
Retor, Canon Ripley. Turning
over Lth epaget ; f ithe accounts of
the C~ommniwioner appointed to carry
out tihe scheme of the enlargement of
1.I^-Y 4, l.-- a l-f

for His mercies. The foundation of
the building shook to the vibrations
of a powerful.organ, the largest eve
brought to the country, while the old
and new aisles rang with hallelujahs
and the strains of the Te Desown.
Seah is i brief aesount of tbe
restoration and enlargement of the
Cathedral ifty years ao, toethbu
with ts inaugural and dedeat
seeremaonu orea to.-dRs "e m
tbe eoeaoa of "1d2 wil be aatf
of istry .to be ,um ,ald
publised by dOe loald pess of
the ectoy, It is ow a se kea
that the iolseutios to be taken
to day wlllbe wort of the oeossiea
and that Caion iple ay have be
need te petition the State for fds to
onntmnhe the noble work in the mid t

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WAS 7,400.

the 6th March 1848 is that of 30 for
the pltns and specification. The
designer was an Epglish Arcliitrct,
John (alverl. His admirable work
is to day to be seen in the haIndsome
gothic clhanceT, thi pridee of nil .JaI.
aica, which adlotni tour stately Cathe-
dral. .The original plan -aa. up to
a few years Ago, in the posse'iatn of
a tady tim Fpamssh Tow -. and the
ornamental ketch of ihe buildiipg
completed is still extant, being in the
possession of the Rev. W. K. Butsell,

of which he makes appeal. Th cease
is a noble one, as we have already
pointed out-in addition it aims at
perpetuating the memory of our lats
Sovereign, Victoria the Good.


To aee all classes cf Swise people.
epeially ithe women, md r'aay
o r nationalities as wel o ie doe
well to gp to the market on Saturday
Very early in the maring the kwa=
peasant comse from hisa obtain w
country home, bruigi ham vegetables,
frutt, flower, ee e, etc. Thens
is a large square devoted to that pr-
poe, but the ateets exteadibg in
er dismeatmin If the square
lind with omen and little girls sit-
tag on boxes, ovrturmnad tub, or
eres on the "idwa with their ban-
kfts of produce before them.
It is the most beautiful eight I eve
saw, in the way of display of vege-
tales, fruits ad flowers. The per-
saut women have goo!, wholesome
faces, usually wearing th.ck wooles
skirts, blouse waists, with long ble
ginghatn or coarse, bat spotless clean,
white apron. The young girls of
twelve, the boys, both younger and
older, have thick, wide _hoes coarwe
socks of bhie, gray, or briht re
ooloar, which reach but two or thbr
inches above their sboe, and ben
les above. The women and gtis
usually atead to the marksl at
vmgestbles, fruit and Bowem, whs
the mee assist the women in th
stalls, where baskets, woodenware
and cheese are sold.
The colour of the e ye should de
termine the choice of the drem uad
A bloe ma wear pare wiite withl
adiae, bat a bruetta early d-
fabr-; Tihis Jght to be more -ge-
,eraly reooaised.
Brown eye and a brown dress go
* wellthogette.- rL^- .-^..
eeyedi girls sald wear bl s
s often as poble.
he tan shades are not often safu
able for alm Afprea.
Black aftip inteies o the effa
of rband shoulder
A small toque is excessively unb
coming abqva a large round fae.
Dull black t the bet choice for a
-frairhaire ana while .a brunette
must order something brilliatly black
if she really wishes to look her Ambae
Tuoia and stripes rannig dow-
ward bseoavcthJano type of women.

Th- ceremony was grand and imprea- bat the tWia, angular beauty should
sive, the Maatnic wrethren of the have the triple and teuks running
liland largely assiIting. Among the around her dress, and shewill be siur
1t0ams ; i r thl eys prelpane was a praised to tfin how maeon er appear-
'rrpt eeital conducted by Professor anae-4-be proved.
Miro, managrpr of an Italiaan.Ader&a A little womIan with a thin face
Co n\, then in tlhe-aind. and at mny fancy herself little id a Ganes.
e thf Brothers G(orge and Lieoel buough hat, but silifsl wrong-very
et hingf asaited. We can well wrong
i4 41o 4h pa ndor oL the. drdica Stripes narrower thabn inch wide
to 'ervicec ndthe burst of jy ;tend to make one look, slnt; wider
wch artec front tle lhafrts o the than an inch they increase one's
reople as a grateful offering to God brvcdth.-



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ISupplement to the Jamaica Times.
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No quarua turned up at the St.
Elizabeth Board last week. Mr.
Dixon's..aeeting als fell through.
Mr. DiT-"n hasA not stgeod the me-
morltSto Chamberla in.
Sjudgment saumuoons were before
KinPtou's R. M. on Monday. and
187 aint.
Ptil ankine and bis men got p
set n boarding the Port Antonio off
Moranlt They escaped with a duck-
a weather delaUed the Port
Antoni last week, he arrived on
Te q61atter of on ageut for, Jamaias
in L,- don Is referred to thd West
l ladlaCoanmiBtte. .
The Jwt Morant is brngin 31

now fixed on the Verandah t ofthe
Merchant's Exehin:.. -Kingston, tis
readers eseape the sun.
His Majesty looks not very hand-
some on the new samps which began
to reach Jamaica last mail.
The Clerk of the Courts and not
the R. M. is head of the R. M. Court's
Office. Soliciors should note this.
The Government want to amalga
mate Kingston Customs, Tax Treasury
and Sttamup Offices in one building
and reckon on using 6,000 for this.
The Legislative Council will decide.
Bijou, coolie was fined 10 for sell-
in rum in an unlicensed hose.
It i reckoned that some 100 guests
will be at Costant 8prin for the
next four or ix months. -
The T t reached Englan safely
but bad to do time with a eyelone ere
rew obmatig dock .fa r WBrm uda
Is 5M5 ;by iWNtdIl cas lBamle the
heaviest battleship.
There wre 8 o lls on Kingston's
Fire Brigade last year. The Mie did
not' ease more than 100 damagsp
Onae the average yearly los was
The Journal of Education is a
apeemal Conference number and is
very good. A Portrait and Biographi-
cal sketch of the new J. U. T. Presi-
dent Mr. W. H. Plant is a feature of
the issue.'
The last two numbers of The
Duffawrer w- aH-ow p to 4eb hsig, h
standard maintained by the well
produced paper in whieh for the small
esm of la 6d, per amanum oea an a eu
a imoec intdesting outook oB the
Social Work of the Salvation Army
partcalarily on the bes m WVork.
Ataree~~t setentifo test'a metal
worker *tWoedW indrawing a penny
oattin 6,sftea f ire.
-At Patma the average rise and
fall of tides is eft., the alowt for
oeean tddes; but the Medltieraiaea
haeone-6t6 as. only,
Cooomerm g the NeIase Homes of
the ttaa OM Army ta -Brittai, the
follbrn tea tb. Lood

.of ne4ehlerk 5 'the P.. ~al MH o
weort 8S,917 3Ia. cvery USme b aW

did darig the rL r Mtwelve h-i
Belletingers firfateghL w .ted
world's reoid lest Boarig Day. Fr
eight bears a d Me tolled as the
ropes In St. ia I't bmtreJf.Int.lIhe
had fkag a mipletpe of I,11.
chan 183,333 32 o e were
ttd 11,111 han wge wo
runn. The Dloeos record peal wan
o6 of changes, made at S.
Mi(~it'a. .
At 000,060 mon are now et of
ar.in aa y egmp eargaene.as*y
she}themes ;e wedWag

r' Jasnutom e'f o :aym e '
S.,Un~Jes l te.

,Ioe Bam dayS, w M by
h er ipr wary lto M.aday, wae
rrtid on Teiay, obted. for.
5on Weutdaday, oal t t leane
rIsar oBiia wear iPk
home on Frida, and Bled a petition
.fo divorce on a atrday. She is only
The St. Mary roads are inexpressive-
ly bad.

The amount reeelvad at he Barba-
dos Generail Pt OlBe rom money
orders ib 1901 i~r L1,04.
Tle High Scmhol and University
College are beuceforth to be known
as Jamaica College.
*The Police us to bre iucreaed
power in regulating tr.fie in our
The Government will make it law
that having Bank deposit unclaimed
during 14 pra be trbeferred to
General Revenue aInwerable however
to claims that can be proved.
During nioe months to Dee. 31st
1901 our Railway earned 086,760, ai
increase of sonie 1,6000. Expenditre
SThe L A. M goes'on Feb. 19th
Port Royal for ten days training in
beavy gum drill.
Treawny they say wo more
estates Georgia and Swaaswick will
I tlirow.a up thst yea.-Th tr maker
145 to 185 hogsheads of s!gar yearly.
Mr. Calder, K. M. peentV the
burial of a Westworelad womau
whose interment the Custos had
sanctioned. He. directed a post
mortem and morphia was found in the
viscera. The Custos considered him-
self slighted and complained but the
(;G:ernor has upheld Mr. Calder's
action ts discreet.
The Solicitoir this week discussed
thli reduction of their fees. They
will confer with the Judges and then
go on to the Government if necessary.
Uenry Mac Donald who hit a
woman at Pasage Fort,, sh dying
after, of heart dieas, e who in
a care at this tried to kill himself has
been bound over to keep, the peace.
He was charged with attempt to
In the Snpreme Court the appeal
in the Trelawny male eae fsled.
ere, Sinclair having a tl~Mf exeen
tiaon against Cke told the Baltff to
levy on a mule. This ma e had been
Coke's he had sold it to Carter from
whom Mrs, Coke. bought it. The
Dailif resting on Binala ea direction.
failed to acquaint him wti" the claim
made on Cme mule. 'The jadgment for
14 damages .and costa ra against
Sinclair and the Bailiff Bogarth, not
against Sinclair alone as the R. M.
Court fixed.
The Supreme Court has struck out
the motion for a new trial in the
MdelYeee -Yaes Imall s
The Supreme Court during its
resent session has u-phe two judg-
ments of Mr. JitM Lmmb's that
were appealed against.
The oars hate prior right of. paae
on thestreets, henOeay Mr. Balfor,
a ddiBeulty in gettLat a conviction
egauat them enrim i .
Dr. Ball, a .re bpathst if
praetiolag in Kingstoa. W
Charlee Samaels (KlgstonM,) re
sated %a eastable wbe -wanted to
arrest him. Still he was arrested
and also fied lI.A
Seven eggs Septitsms Hal stole in
Kingston. And twite seve day bhe
is, in pnaoo.

SWalter Price, brought from the
ara Pentiantiary wre he is
dolag times ooemaited to be tried
nem Oircait Court ona charge of
shop breaking. -Lat Crftf' but one,
hrbekad o obarkn irt bthim and
%al four eonviaotas to ia meord.
The Bath Agrioultural ~ame e 'in
hand for their Show. Th U. F. C.
is lendingalamberp ..- --.
A bottle fuag o*qr from the
triamport that took .ath C aadiians
hoiue from the Cape in I@ 1Jan., was
picked up this week a Ainotto Bay.

7.- T-
Tin Theo Topat psb-~-'
The splendid tourist staKmer Pi'4
eseqi. Lvii. arrived ) Wed eda4
sorm COraooa. mmaland

lend its environm nts ey in'n le d
smega erm, an Army Ofr ate aieisd
at in her eqaientt ulaqred.
Her tpee(is 18i imta.. .al she re.ls
-very little. "Qe-loft- OIst-Oe
Friday. The toarist. 1epthe
selve, happy and at homie flu Klugston
and its environments. Tey inc n led
some German Army O iber ot die



[Written by a Special Correspondent.]
at 7.30 a m. the
men fell in at
S M ilit a hlead
Quarters in high
spirits in antici-
pation of the ap-
pro aschi nge n-
eatmpment and at
8.30 a.m. were
on the way to
tlieRRailway Sta-
tL ion rthe re
special train a

S in which they
\ proceeded at 9.30
am. to May. Pen
Station, where
they detrained at about 11 a.m.
Here a tiresome delay of over'two
hours occurred, while the bag agge
wias being 'oaded in the cart-. The
umen lbeiuj drawn up in the road
waiting in thie blazing sun, there
being little or no shade with the
(un directly overhead. The soldiers
knew, "souie one had blundered,
but theirs not to reason why, theirs
not to make reply" theirs but to stand
and wait.
It appears to have been the idea
to have the baggage in line ahead
of the Battalion, but after a start
was made at about 1.20 p.m. there
was another nalt of a few minutes,
caused from some difficulty with the
males of the bagage carts, and
eventually the arts were left in
rear and the march was commenced,
but consequent on the un-
necessary delay mentioned, the Mili-
tia did not reach the place of en
eampment namely, Dry River Pen,
the property of Mr. Clarence
Lopez which had been kindly played
at the disposal -f the troops by its
proprietor, until about 5 p.m. o'clock
the result being' that although the
Battalion immediately proceeded with
the pitching of tents, let night had
fallen before the same was completed.
Blankets and water proof sheets
had yet to be drawn and imsaed to
the men fur them to sleep on that
nght, and this was done by the
aid of a lamp ; it was'more difficult
however to decipher the various kits
bags so that each man migbt get
his own, the marks ~ etg'very small,
lamps being very saree (about one,
per company) and candles not being-
available that night as the canteen
had not yet got up all its stores;
so the kit bags were sorted out as
best as they could be by the.aid of
matches, bat the result was not sat-
isfatory ; many persons kits were
by oter and tberefor. tie
owners to sleep in their clothes
that night, as the mistakes could
not be found out and rectified be-
fore morning dawned. -a the
tents had not been pihed, (E.
Company for instance only having
five tents pitched for 77 men to steep
in) thb met had to -sleep the beVt
way they could, most of them, (fi
not 4l) got no tea that night o6a
account of the lateness of the ht r at
whiokt they arrived precluding all these
thingjbeing attended to and perf6* edid;
whereas had the troop' mIrchelt io
their destination as soon d thet art
rived at May Pen they would aavb
had the tents pilohed In readiness ti
have the Mba ae a sorted and put in

-thh time ti e same arved- -aa
a have had daylight remaining in
order to be able to see where to1
ret saiptmes and make prepartibo
for tile evening fteal t a att s ae
lop6tlon. -
Tbhs the first ended tio great
confusion generally. MtMakS-ELew'
however beneflctal, wierethey uhoa'
what -a"r-ded, raione oL thef
lessons learned from the incident
of the firat day is that thie Militia
should not be unnecessarily delayed
from starting on t' eir journey to
their encal.plnent, and thereby pre-

vented from arriving in time to have
all arrangements for the night com-
pleted. Another lesson is, that the
Ordnance Department's supply of
water proof hbeets is not utiicient
to supply a Force of 1,500 men who
might happen to be called out to re-
pel an invaoFi, "if an enemy's
troops on these -Jites, ,should the
same ever occur, which although
not probable, it yet not impossible
and therefore Ibeet jo be prepared
(To be Continued.)

It was announced yesterday that
the sentence of death passed on Buck-
nor has been commuted. He will be
imprisoned for life.

Church Notes.
The preachers at All Saints to-
morrow will be at 11 a. m., and 6.30.
Sn11 Th,' Hev. F. 11. harp formerly
I.ctot.r (, Moiti -o lha ; at 3.30. p.m.
Rev. J. T. H. ('hainll1 : it 6.30. at
St it ; t he I l, arid ('a-
Sare th e '. ji 'i .
Thie 'l itii F'",., MIth lodist have
their annual DUitrir' Meetings on
at present, The lion. and Rev. F.
Bavin and the Rev. J. Wynn preach
to-morrow, and on Monday the Mis-
sionary meeting will be addressed
by the Revs. Bavin, Reinke, Philip
and S. E. Williams.
The preachers at St. Georges are
the Rev. W. Lund; a.m., the Rev.
4l jgg3..0. p.m.; Rev. J.D. Ellis
.90. p.m. -
Missionary Meetings are on at
Hanover Street Baptist Church. The
3.p. m. service to-morrow is taken
by the Rev. C. M. Clarke, and the
night by the Rev, S. R. Brsithwaite.
On Monday Mr. A. V. Kingdon pre-
sides over the meeting.
At St Matthews the preachers are
at 7.30. a.m. Rev. C P. Muirhead;
at 11 Rev W. E Evelyn B A; at
3.30 p.m. Rev. Professor Collins;
at 6 45. Rev. A Brown The ser.
vices are specially commemorative of
the opening of the new Church in
1896. Special offertories will be taken
up to aid the Buiiding Fund.
Theentertainment at St. Matthews
sobobtroom on the evening of the
30th will include a Service of Song
"The Umbrella Doctor," Soag
by Mr. Royes and Miss Bennett
a recitation b Mr. Willtams and
other numbers o interest.
Professor Collins preacheS at St.
Michaels at 9 a.m. and at the Parish
Caurch at night.

To Masons.
Free Masons will be interested in
the informiation that BTi. X.B. smith,
of the Canadian Wareuouse, has in
stook a fine lot of Mlter and Past-
Master Mason's apr na' Jboth for
English and Scoth constitutions. He
has also rituls, end fare levels and
tassels for turbishing up old aprons.
'Bro. Smith is-prepared take orders
for anything appertaining to Free

The Synod Services.
The programme glven last week
tor th e Synbt bervces' iat Spanish
obwn 'has been carried out. The
Mitnomary teeti-f 1%bdI Wednesda
was very eeassf l. l'1Whitee df-

iverea-amiY UoMldter lkte add. eeL
followed by the"'Rv.felrMtWe, Cano
MkDenroU, bmyithd Orego r and
Pireesor OotHirN. Thie-A bisho
ipoke the closttg wta. '
The Retreat er6eerWW A r
and Priday. o day at 45. m.
tu, opeift9 Byteod Servde begins,
fotowe tl-Uahlotvefflig of the
the Governor. Profemor Collins
prtaches. Synod bustnees opens on
Monday at At George's Shboolroom,
It, is hnpepd it will be concluded on


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-Supplement to the Jamaica Times.

OF LOCAL IN'EREST. THE. ELECTION.. Lkig, if return, a- help and lei. u ey
useful member. Mr. H. S. Braham 'to all and her depatlure Is malb re-
We direct attention to the advrte- MR. ARTHUR LEVY AT PORUS. seconded the resolution which was gretted. The protest house is not
went of Mr. Mortimer deSouza. carried amid applause, few if any. mect suitable for a pot otfice, but in
Customers should notice particularly Althbugh it rained nearly all the dissenting. these days of retrenehmenta public
that orders must be addressed to Mr. afternoon still many electorst Wre convenience becomes seeoodwar on.
Mortimer deSouza personally at 7 assembled in the Court House to hear Wire Taps. sideration. Mears. Eveleigh, MFar.
Church Street Mr. Levy. -Among those prciint A -lane and Hepderson all of the P. W,D.
Chffeefr Point Mr.ill eisv sin. mon. athos p The London Times thinks the Sugar have been removed to Port-Antouio.
Coffee from Point Hill i selling at were; Revs. Jas. Wat on, sad J. Conference will fail to deal adequate We would like to see removals in
TLihendat from 28g sooer Alber A eington, Messrs. Daly Arahma., ly with the Bounty System. some other directions which unfortu-
Theo ine Cliag o hooner Alearboar A.At iendrick Ja. Dley, C Abunos e The United States is further nately seem not forthcoming Ral I
fe wOiam is now in the harbour. Ntion, L orrest, CustosCla M rk strengthening her Atlantic squadron. rain! and still it rains days of suft.
It is a shame by the way that Ceayman' Scharcha dd Mr. The attempt of Miss Hoblhoue to shine, are few and far between.
It is a shame rbyn the way that ayman 8eh hwell, well, the lss said t
cannot register. her own schooners Mr. Washington took the chair and Soue Ritcaherf f deti he rom Ro well, ell, te le aid about
which she builds so well. The pro- briefly explained the object of the South Africa has failed. them the better.
whritcho A. E. Pton T. ipro- briefly explained to heo ctof th e vw Foreign Ministers in China have, Are there to be no meetings of the
prietor Mr. A. .Panton J. P. is on meeting, which was tohear the views for the first time, been received as. St. George'sAgricultural Society this
board the schooner. of Mr. Levy.: He urged carefulness though representing Sovereigns equal month I Mr .Conalian the Secretary
The Rev. Mr. Ross now in' Cayman on the part of electors; representing in rank to the Chinese Emperor. ma beat to answer.
,is winning golden opinions there. a constituency in a country like thi The Airieniane ar again being peror. police ae to irfiswer.
Sir ConRe Beees C. J. of Barba- a ,most mportane posaiion ; electors seated. district, meade a elevr ocaptJre of the
dos tied en the Nth of January at the I1hould e very .irunspeet as to how Turkish and Bulgarian soldiers come i-ma Oakley who it is crargt d stole
age of l M. they' gve their votei, because whon to blows. Ten of the latrte were some belongs of the Adventits and
-e o nd h o ge'flAda Mnos Iri nds that A e tepower g time in baling.
met at her house on Thursday to bid their hands. He would like -to kie lledae wsceeded f or long time in affing
lTe Australians ha-e won the detection. Well done, Mr. Jickso,,

,adopted home. Owing to indisposi- time agojMr. Levy was a eked to go men oy six wickets. be duly rewarded. Try your hand im
Stion Madame was- prevented from up to the Council and was elected It is thought Britain will put an bringingan obealhman to justice now.
saying last Friday as was announced. He did not sit however as his busine import duty tax on sugar. Dealers It is caid there is a notable one some-
She leaves here for the purpose of did not allow him. Now he has made are rushing its import. where around your district. Just you
practsing her profession, and her up his m-nd to sit on the request of 46 million odd were sent on the try and look him up.
presence will be very much missed by gentlemen who have asked him to d&, Hoer war last year. --
her large circle of friends o, and he (the speaker) felt that Mr The impri.oned Boers ,t Bermuda A R POt
Visitors to King-ton lhoind not for Levy would do his best under thu pet itined to be allhwtd to tak. the
get Dr. (. N. Whitney's Photographic present circumstances to represent ,thi ,, ,IA!,iance and return to
Studio at 4. E.ist Streett. Supplies may not only Manchester but the Iland i \tr(';al. i D. W. C \BLE C()Y-(VIA BERMUDA.
be had here, naml developing printing wlhiiuh he was born and for wvhicl li e LUNITED SFATES.
and enlarging are well executed. was ready to shed his blood. -' NEW, YORK, JAN. 24.
Lantern Slides, it should be noticed, Mr. Levy rising amid applause Swift River's Grievance. Wheat-Chicago, Spot. No. 2
are a speciality. The charges right spoke at some length Jt gave him red, cash V beh. noml ...831--84&c
-through are moderate and Visitors are pleasure to confirm the statements of HARD LINES AND BAD ROADS. Flour-Standard A. 1 brands
welcomed. the chairman. He intended to sit if On Wednesday the let of January, barrel ... ... 4.00
The Inquest on the man who elected. He next went on to me 192, Messrs. Gray and MePherson, Cornmeal-Yellow kiln dried
-suicided in Kingston harbour Sunday fate statements made all over the hired their carts and mules to carry 0 barrel ... ... 3.50
week failed to get at his identity. parsh" dealing w~ih is non-com- bananas. The day was very rainy, Corn-Yellow in 2 bs. bag
Spanish Town has started a deter- plianoe with the wishes of the electors, when the drivers got to the river, V bag L7
mined effort in connection with the who returned him to the CouMte- eK Fording, y in h Pr- y M old
'Viotorian Memorial. At a meetingdid notsit because the Session waf they got to the contse of the seam, brL ... ..
on Tuesday 17 as raisedthere and ite'close, lie was unacquainted with the rivet came down suddenly and s'hort.elearmed. qual.
then, and committees appointed to the then policy of the elected 'mem. washed away the drivers, males and Pine Apples 9 brl ... 5_-lB
work in the matter in the various dis. bers. If his line of action gave a carts, Mr. Gray's cart had three males Beef-Family-half brL .. .'
nricts. pretext fkr not. now electing ti r.an Mr. MI ... hd- -. V ,- fInl _I do tt
-tricts. s~~~.Lud Mr e. msan sWS iart hadV t'p XoanmiziwsO-190 w Lnt ar

The cricketers reached Barbados
on Monday and played there.
They will reach Jamaica on the
.7th Fe. A few alterations have been
made in fixtures. They play All Ja.
maica on the 8th and 10th, and 16
-Jamaica "'olts" on the 11th, time
al. a.m.
Th English men played on Tues-
day at Barbados. Rain delayed the
opening of the match till 3. p.m.
8arbads balled first and made 129
runs for one wicket. They made 317.
all told. The English men making
in the first inning only 97 all out, fol-
4owed on. Barbados being 20 ahead.

The Buller Memorial..

We have received from Mr. Everard
Lopes o *bove ,nbject.We hope it will have the
feet of sttint the many friends
A41t aplenild soldiery, meamioned to
,q hr iitemrest in bid byy sub.
to the Pund. Oar own shilling
b waiting and feeliag lonely.
perhaps however a good many have
forwarded their contributions direct
4o Exeter. Mr. Lopes writes this :-
I enolose "Postal Order" for (Is)
se shilling as my contribution in
esiect' of the : Baller Mmtorial
SronSd.&w" oot help obsrving thei
iaek of recognition and appreciation
that has been, and is still evident.
regardttR this "fd" whiob in myi
'humble opinion is a mrot laudable
n 'a fizt. intim tada

to tue Public thro' the medium of
your valuable Journal the exis-
teue of- the F ." 'I was led to
bit the belWttheM @ t* f IsMhI
bsll pd7I yWer eotlamUn wold have
been fullt.rammed with the uames
of admirers of the good o enerat;
but alat have ien sorely disap
pointed In thi exp t 'I
if my memory
I have not lp to now seen sn gl
name appearing under the head of
Contributors. Trust that the future
will bring forth better results,



he could not help that. HfA
dwelt much -on his being a
"fairly good, honest, truth telling
man," on which.ground no one could
oppose him, thokuh they might differ
from him politically. He had no
personal object in view. As far as
onour was concerned lie had already
refused that. As an inde endent,
though not a rich man, he had no axe
to grind. If any thmng, he miht
sustain loss by standing. He
reared nothing as he was certain
the 10. voter cannot be gulled as
some allege. He would not promise
to reduce taxation, make the railway
pay more, remove the present land
tax or anything of the kind; bit
would ks 9o hnest effort to lessen
the li Qtim~~,he people, to provide
for more expert management of the
Railway, to help to conserve the
income of the country so as to make
it udt ith the expense. The
jUiil ...tab shment can stand a lot
of r nc0io Re the land tax it is
evident "at the incidence of taxation
wbi e bhnged Conerning th7be.J
oent Railway oontraot" he held if
the Railway were properly, msailg
no such oontraet could have been ma&*
wuM the expenses of worklag -i e
so great. The Railway ought to be
of great benefit to the county, which.
at present it is not. Talk will se
bring about the desired changes. It
must come from the result o a raoom.
biaation of intelligence aid eboom
effort, and which alao i an e*eait a
feature dealing with the C etrak
Paetory scheme aow on the tapis,
new markets for produce, and snoll
matters relative to the good o~ the
-e Bvd. Jas. Watson mOved th.t ...
Levy is a fit and proper person to ri

present the pasn. Pett 5 UWES-S
that it was not beesie he aLgtjesi
with All his viembUt he knre HlW
,m a mar of fab y or io n
*ad ta prett e mIboIa tonih with
most of the people around, wil
things he ooold not ay of his oppoea
Hewishe. d Mr. Le&" had ,give,4m-
promieaggj to a refaataiots
of is in krdin :t
of ent view. r. T y
very astutely kept shy of committing
himself. Even in the matter of EPdu
cation. Still he was coifldent of his


Mr. Gray's cart by -having imume-
diete assistant, was saved, but all
the bananas were washed away, the
males and cart were valued at sixty
pounds. Mr. MePherson's cart and
one mule were lost. The bananas
were lost. The whole was valued
at over thirty pounds. The drivers
swam out. Those men were paying
over twelve pounds taxes. Their
loss has been heavy and severely
felt, chiefly by Mr. McPherson. Al
those thing happened for the want
of a driving brige over the river.
In bad weather no doctor, nor min-
later ean visit a slIk person here.
The Swift River ts a most important
district, the people are loyal taxpayers,
and yet we have no comforts, while
the 'ailiff are hungry for taxes, and
we are down trodden.
At present there are eight shop.
in the district, and no fatlities are
treated as. The eys of the public
are shat against ab.

S.av.la r- Nofte.

SWell,- Wla.Ja.amai are by as
means behind the times as far as dis-
goery at least it would appear
so, judging from report quite corn
m~n down here that a gentleman f as
made farther discoveries in oonnee-
tion with the siapetopione. It toi
aid, touh wedo not, vouch for its
auacaj, hatt tlueU1&an smitten
i tee "t-=hie dould see the
n p .e Aother eab of
the'telephone prooed a minor aid
after a eontis ed-. proews of pecu
liar mauipalatina, diioovered that'
he eoul A "ehe peion at the
oteer eed; we thts hpeaed hw
give a ?hboat (yhish he intended
; rk L----- I-

in lots of 1,000 cases -4 10
Imp. gals. each. ) gals
Sugar-ct. basis 96o test .
Muasovado basis 89o test '
per lb. ... ...
Coffee-Jamaica, ordinary to
choice V lb ... ... 61- l0e
No. 7 spot Rio ?b ... Ge
Maracaibo good cucuta.t It 8--9je
Ginger-Common to good
Pimento-Good merchantable
b ... ... ... 6"--I
Oranges--air quatity, order
sand codition per rate 3.50---.
Grape Fruit-Fair -quality,
ad eoadition er-ate. 4.00-&0
Cocofnat.-Jam. selected
S ... ... IS.O
Bftnanas-Jatm. nrsts '... 80o-0f
Exchna ragrte for bmnkens r..
S & O- Ladom u ... 4.84-46.8j
Exchange ryte (or haker, de-
npa4bilja on London 4.87
t HiArax. N.8., JAN IL.
Jlonur-.West inlns phipitg_
qualities br ...
OatsOrd inary # bah
Codftak-Medium S... .

Alewives-No. I ...4 ..
Mackerels-No. ... ... .00
LoNDos, JAS. 9t.
Suagr-Demerar. C G I0st'l

denimuB Beet oFB eiret
RRim-4--aLkat common esta
Sgatll ... ... 10

cirdligto t rlitee and d danced 8W '8 ,
about quite ildly. It al r Oe' ...
grtted (though w will not vouch for "
that eithean, a worthy Ja- M
(malO a inendato, 0a ,trip to Pars GiDo "oo U~ god
to see t Ptren wth b French ef tst e ,st'
ndth thtey W1t hen both elaborahe 1 4
tt discover es au rpr the wor. ... 31
4 Bank Oats V cent. ....
Buff Bay. Ooi ... .. ..
-- LIVtaaooL, JAN. 5.
At the Post Offloe Miss Young Cotton-American middling
has taken the ;lace of Miss E. M.' spot lb ... ... 4







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to the iaajoaT


Both visitors and residents should
get bold of an elegant and extremely
Sseful little publestion which we
have received via the Ageney of tbe
HumburrgAmr ecan Line, Atla Line,
with which we as dilghtad. It is
a"i ateea an ttael style with
-m exelltt u- eF aaawit laodhaIU
eseested vP6wyr ,Iew., It i
by Mtes 6.dry:7dkn d, sad is
i I l i II aOM IS6 Lmvw

Before he wedt'te COatiorna the late
Philip D. Armour lived in Stoekbridge.
S. Y., and at one time be attended Case-
loviaseminary. One of the stories being
told about him at his old home it that
young Armour was expelled from Caze-
novia seminary because be took a stol-
en ride with a young woman student.
After his expulsion Mr. Armour left for
the Pacific coast Years afterward,
when "r. Armour had become a mil-
Unmaire, the principal of Casenovia
odool called to see him.
*1 would like to te you," said the
taltor, !hat I was t rniy6 member of
'',, h ctuty who opposed your expnl
.** gg.
T. ; o've beeo a dickea of a laon

4wwa in'':B tim sou street
a bled a9aed weakly to the center
04*~ estre and feU just before a Nee-
Iaid et em. A katfe could ot hav
il off the little head cleaner than dd
/ te heavy car wheels. Jack Randlph,
the colored "brush" at Sehnell's, car-
rIed the pigeon to the barber shop. A
peace of thin paper wrapper about one
"Kthe blesrd's~alegea-attated hta atten-
Ie. He iarranped the paper; then,
S albe teas&by6es a owded about, Ran.
Mty-WiM mest you, sweetheart at
S tam, Thenba there 4y lat veA
*teck. JwTc.-LrouvtRer Courier Jow-r
der wn sIt PeaneLMe
Seleta h i. a ksire l ab ftre aen
Sba eI, t e tsuea aan er, thea
y en a it matter. u In the meantime
\ b awU three outees of butter in a try-
Ws- na. .Thea throw ta 40 leaves of
water crer which t baseen carefallyt
uu-I- waaa an 4d !ditt t fy iarSR.
ite oldd three -wahle i s =utuS of to1
sar and slx ahakes a pepper. When
flipoMr3 wh|bole oveir the fash aad
plese trthe ove*1v -ya I rve
Satemdd _'_ _
mew f shth lasltales.
One poend be st bopped fine, a ball
pooad veal, half pound pork. three
Sgs, a tabltepooaitful butter, a tea-
oon ul salt; a UtLe peepier grated
rind tf e-quarter reopen, r iinch of
ataeg,. two tablfmelp tuk water,
two ouacea of cracker' roied fine.
Mix ah together, fow into a ball, coe
rtaig' ft with cracker crumbs. and
--- -- .....-- k-tAr frtnt

45 mlnutes.

i s -ri.. M ar i

wew to Curm Whiltmples.
Scrub the faee yeery night with hot
water and white castle soap. using a
fne face brush. Avoid all greasy or
rich foods. rare desserts and pastry.
After meals take one teaspoonful of
mixture" (oflhulmrb and imoda. After
each scrubblng dry the face with a
soft damask towel and rub the skin
briskly with the hand.

A cold upon the chest prodces usu-
ally an attack of bronchitis. Ivery
three bous take one teaspoonful I a
wlneglass of water of this mixtoe:
Carboate sof, ammonluma 5 sena;
Slid extract of uqull and seaueeach
5 grams; water, 85 grams; glycert, 85
grams; strup of extract of licorde, up
to 90 gram

Pat-s you th' gluthua lloot A&
vertoled in th paper br a pore, sir?
K=eVtlaat-Yes, but I dMvatlwft it-
ad that, al AppliCtlzs'm.t be m ade
--Pat--Eeearm- 4um Ialt& fmaul -Or=--
mtt~h~~er ie Ip~likChclD:~i 3~ws
T., otbfui A~kwi

"Ar you reading 'Homre ,oft.' mary
0urn to page 41, then. causee that
ted how to take Is k potQ faint f the
oarpstre-N w York Wortd.

--O Wde..d -ay l igh ll J rwn
Leather Band IngF, maig a
buneh of keys. a Slver Cige,
legal documents and other *t*c .
FiPder will be snttbti rewarded.
Apply t. It ASTLEYMIT1h,
10 Harbour St., tKington P.O.

APITAL .............. ....... 2,127.000
Preminms. ResaS Pend.
1880-B425.-598 53,720
i!- o- -1a,fo? ,- Wl f,
1900- 955,706 1,201,772
-Total Loses paid since
S commeenceent *!0,195,i60.
only. Survey nmade and moderate rates
qutite(d free of charg- NoLife Busi-
-nifesa or Liabilities: -Al olhitti seacfity.
All funds available for Ftte Claims.
Liberal tet element. Policy;hnlders in-
cur no liability. Promp'ti pme#it.
Agentr in Jmmrica, D



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