Jamaica times
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Title: Jamaica times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jamaica Times
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Creation Date: December 9, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Kingston (Jamaica)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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To all A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year.


S" J AMAICA T W ME'E 8 Christmas Number,

the Ilstad. It is to be found in every I coffee, thou shalt find no radiance of wis*
department of our life. In religion, in dom in the lonely waste of the pinewoods./
politics, an LnaelleeAstI, literary, ari te, Ilda0d, a coreot vie- of religion shows
and musical proeqts we meet with it. us that all bright and beautiful things,
So We are food of skimming the erfae of like every good and perfect nift, are mani.
a subject; w. can scarcely ever be to festations of God; that earth is crammed
daced to dive under, to drink deep of the with heaven, and every bash tis a fire wit
By R. W. THOMPSON. waters of the "ea of knowledge. 'Per. God.' When the A0tere poet Danx
haps the heat which conduces to enstra- seat down in Imagination ntoe the lo-
SPECIALLY W.ITTEjV FOR THE JAMAICA TIMES." tion, prevents the cultivation of a habit ferno, he aqw suffering I the btygian
of thorough. But oune should not allow marsh, the sole of men, because as they
oneself to be mastered by one's environ- expressed it, they were sad la the iweet
Visitors from temperate lands to this At whatever source we drink it mental. We should seek to overcome our air that is gladdened by the sun, bearing
island have often remarked that al- Art or love, or faith, or wine, disabilities. Not until we do this, will sluggish smoke in our hearts : now lie we
though we have with as sunshine all the In whatever terms we think it we be able to master may important sub. sadly here In the black ooze.'
you rnd, mountains cover d with It a common and divine. jest. Let us therefore overeone the Mr. Havelock Ellis has given much at.
evergreen vegmlttion, an- flowers of the The enjoyments are manifold. They barners erected by our lack of education, tension to the subject of this article.
most gorgeous uen, we are yet inoed appeal to men of all tastes and all stages want of true taste for ljter re and the He observes that the conditions of the
in talk, to take a gloomy view (of i., of culture. The Persian poet's idea of finer things of life, affectation and super. present day do not tend to that oultiva.
and are not rea y &a enjoy o the om pie Paradise was enshrined in theoe lines : ticmaity, and then we will be able to see tion of the soul which makes for a beuuti-
ple res which are o, bndatly tiere with a loaf of Bread beneath the all t'e beauty of the world, and enjoy ful life. He Is inclined to think with
plead around Mr. Sdey Bough, the were fact of living and loving, and Materlinok that one should live like a
wbhe was here, noticed this attitude A Flask of VVine, a Book of Verse-and the mere fact of there beig so mueh to man about to die, like a child new born,
of mind and called It I mumptah melan- I hou do and to be and to strive aftter. or like a man in love. What is called the
dcoly.' Another d lE liman was r ir bleside inc singing in the Wilderness Mauy observers have noticed that des- strenuous life is very often merely a
priced at the tone of pessimism and the A& Wilderness is athe yoang saisoh wase sad misdiretion of energy.
-o en and young women turned out by It does not really make for civi#Aaauu.
lnaliqnsop to look at the doloous side of While a modern writer asks, with man of our high and secondary schools ro Mr. laveluck Ellis, not energy, even
life displayed by the --jority ef our treedow, flowers, books, atd the moon, have winds that can hardly be described when it shows itself in the blind fury of
verse-writerm, and which his position as a who couto not be perfectly happy ?' as sapid or affluent. heir eun.asaion righteousness, suffices to make civilisa-
journalist brought haio into contact with. ., uat are the enemies In the wa of a seems, in many important respects to be tion, but sincerity, intelligence, sympat hy,
We are indeed, children of the son, but rational enjoyment ot life Tbhe alst l an elaborate missing of the mark. It grace, and all those subtle ameniti-s
we look too much upon the shadows cast most obvious answer 1, Lte w.tn oft appears that in some cases, their mem- which go to what we call perhaps imppr-
by that luminary. proper education. The peassa will work ory ia cultivated at the expense of thbe ectly enough, bumanity-therein more
An old writer speaking of England ametist the most beauLiful cleatiOS 01 otnier faculties of the mind, and especial- truly lie the virtnes of fine aviOg.' And
says that Englishmen take their pleas- nature yet never lift his head to see their ly of young women has this been ob then he takes a remark wicbh liousu ie
areas sadly. The cold in clime are cold beauty, like the man .iiLh Lte rttLe in .erveo. Perhaps it more attention were kepi, in mind by the many people who in
in blood,' is Byro,'s xpilauiation of the Banyan's immortal allegory %ho l.bou~- d. voted towards giving an education to these days mistake excitement and fuss
Englishman's sobernesb of imposition ; ed with head bent, toLialy uucooncutu our girls that would fit them to be the fur work and the merely strenuous life for
but we who live to the varn.,et part of tuat there was a gilorious crowu aw*iacLu leaders to their husbands in the apprecia- the true life: We wast' so much of onr
the globe, and are er.imnly not colI in aim just above his head, it he c"uw tion of the finer things of life, would fit Lime on the things that are not truly
blood, almost delight in looking at he outy see it; whilst Linnseul the botat-.t them to know the difference between essential, worrying ourselves and others.
ills of life and tn ignoring the gifts which cries iur joy at the sighs ou the arp ol to t wadry and the genuine, and give Only one thing is really neeofal. .
the gods give us. In 'peaking thus, one au l~agita field covered over w th fower.. he inteileetual and artatc interests, The one thing needlul to seek whie-
does not refer to the reasant class or to A person with no literary training so ou, we might have fewer unhappy marriages. ly the fallest organic satisfaction. The
the balk of the ialams'e population. halt developed. However oommoupiace We have been told of the joy which the more closely we cling to that which
Tbough it is not correct to say that they in appearance a town or hamlet a .y be, poet Browning Iound In the company of tazsfiee the deepest eravingeo the organ-
regard life as a meldrama or a jike, they yet is i praisee have been written by laturea women and how highly Thomas ism., the more gladly we shall let fell
bhae a cheerful ph loeophy and thorougb- tse pen of a genius, i instaUntly beiomse Carlyle spoke of his refined aristoeratle the intolerable burden of restraints and
ly enjoy those nhral pleamreo which 1l.4hied to the reader ; be, as it were women friends. licenses which are not required for fine
appeal to thm. %In the present artile looks at it through a golden mist. Mr. This article Is not intended for people living.'
m asthe w.a ta e wrter M r toI onongJ-e Graham speaks of this feel- wh look upon literature, poetry and art In concluding this somewhat lengthy
address sae the member of the ia lut in one of his stores, where he me as mere moonshine and foolishness and article. I may say that my wish Is that
and upper ela, tom Brer as a 8panish own which beneath contempt. With such unfortun the readers of the JAMAICA TIMus would
We are now in the season of and possessed a wonder tifascination for him ates the writer tas no part. The Phths- endeavour to deepen their sense of tbe
good will. To the minds of ghtl the fac of ha g been written t element in l.,' It has been well enjoyment of life's rational pleasures, and
pe an y ioema wil present then wiaboat by Gs ro nasco a gres t hpatais 'is not thefailure to understand art. make their lives more lovely, and thus
elv sat this time. The readers of the w .inser, so mn mnoure vital is the pe ~ ing people, such as fishermen, become exemplars of fine living. My
Gekaser Christmas Number were last wgenhas elthan is the su Andm of ial R, pleoghboys, peasants sad the dream is of Jamaica inhabited by an
year treated to two interesting articles, which often been said, the And so, know nothing about art, and are tue ideally artistic people, such a people as
one by Mas Barrows on thrift, and the has often been said, the a who n salt of the earth. He is the Phihs. those described by a well known professor
other by Mrs. Parry on the development vat literary taste, the entrw who ph and aid the teavy, at art, 8ir Martin Conway, as 'one of
of tnditvudalit Although them tbo it o a wonderful u .A nchUng wort blind, -.echarnite forces of perfect manners, living in dwellings as
nar eutarely feret whose beauty never des. At te s" s who does net recognte d as- sa.ple as you please, but weil-proportion-
hey wer e empletely heated to tahe*S wayn, mad a a hfeptmem edu .4 I when he meets t ither a ed and well built, harmonious in colour
sao, aca atis she thuisy pi a who a att tast m W bea lem t and arrayed with no decoration that was
alosa ea tra ly eijn. as they d sn r-a t s- b4"- 1 S was believed by some not good. SBuh a people would be dress-
.to. who hIa rt ath feed,'widt the .seof.t sun um no ae s that 1 W p opposed to a love of the ed in tasteful clothe*, however pla n.
man who dev4 pes his tohe world's th fort.aMs a e joy of life. The They would eat well cooked food, however
ia thO ead es' fadnd himsell alathow .lif .. sta a s -beI a s this, earth as a de simple. They would use no implementa
Arnel somgewhere ay 3W lt ti s dve i regarded beautitfl that were not cf good forms ai.d
merry or we pofess to ertr t hU. This vce bas we hSd ln .- -arebeture, art a9a1male as the early perfectly adapted to their purpoie.
S = Jf the berth of CthrOe and n? of may pfro at he-- f the Chm th guarded woman They aight be without pictures or sculp-
u-. tta Imm of His oae an tdeo world's l "'r "i and tLes" rom tenptatlo a Gweman poet tares, but if they had any they would only
h-,tery .are to deeply serious uo e g .. Goethe a reat thts attitude have good ones, which, by.the.by, are
SAI d all a. us, whether we me tay asse s the mserk. she wished that Lat never been orn, just as cheap to make sa bad. They
Ee! is te idtty of Jaes or re d.evlopmt of a beautiful bhar ser, and the poet of seenesM and light' would speak their own language, clearly
ta smnot i he t o tw to a healthla appreasu of the joy ofMatthew Arnoldsok at ?idaas..as aaply adbeautUlly they woulddat
"~d moet WeP hea l ff the f d mat tanjuros Inues n the history ot increase its expraeiveneas and develop its
of de w ped b rI MM 8 er to gus the honest observer and to leave Bugland. But Usil Puritan were no o resources, softening down its asperities
mo. goet w1' wi b has _e_ d upown p h tiuahe im a a. yaor app this turn of mai, John Utea was a and vulgaritie. They would make their
u5s-_ is- aW ... J __-tuu_ tor the things whih" yoV _nde_ of the hta.aitL.., ad Utebina landscape a fair as the nature of the
lwl- to love is aru ald, uearl ant W- son, oe of the striking characters among climate would permit. They would aur-
s e-el sto l u .t ai tre. In an atmiophere 0o s ation teo U@a wealth men, was a lowro round themselves with clues clean and
the. W em6 t ofvh .m---O ri na o -e a.g manly or r.eb.n trive. -. m-e, poetr- a tbe arts. PaIdtItas. fine to look upon. So to live as to get
to.. of em e t o tin3 a youge msn re ucuth e* can be offed evio emnwy da o g bitoader and more the most oat of life. It is only by living
sa- dho d rtlmte a ye l man ofr youa wean Uflteu liberal. John uskin, a Puritan by breed- nobly, liig on a high plane, In the par.
i wer Why abould these whe love Wit. y y did much to change the sptrtt ot the suit of high ideals, that the boet can be
caut laKth as she SoB of Godr aa e people who aie w.fiBieced-s a oaody Purata religion. ie revealed to his attained. That man is the true artlet In
th U hatu eare a Woisat my's worts to ,oomwou,* I --- count ryen the fact that, *there Is not a life who so lives as to give reaouable
Stl wol. se toe te -tver,- lte ng away festaon. We a ingle colour hidden away ln the chalioe play to all hi. p.were and to extract trom
ilrth by told by, sMtdeat of thue tarts of the an ot a flower, or the curve of a shell,' that the world of nature and men by which he
yr asse tofh _emeat3 day m e* nt UGreeks that affeettion was held ua doe not point to the Creator, and like is s rrounded the largest eambt of
tlm, r sm eo r m d*agnlblyMla rt het yl u us we *do, be starry heavens above declare the glo wholesome and deligbtful reactionn'
board..al? SaoOMe has ,m lCt e atusre Soo -s l, a~t' alve wlth rae of God and hi handiwork. l iaera RGOVTAID WILLIAM 1 = Peo0N.
.Tii-Hri. umin iM hi h*. *y m. ..-g*. Whose blood Was purely Puritan teaean-
...o. t wer des er dtoae wseu toe shadowson tat an shout purue happiness as
B. led tbe phea Me to'k mg were really ,save ot, buto legItmate end, and thbe ooan.se he give.
.e.....as.. 5 they saw eaopte sew Wee wht he m S tthe poet be iuamans fle evety man in hni
^ U *L..t.. hL- eiiladow thas they cast, and the vi"aseg.n *a key so lo'ft eo.maonest a
Who I ep., ak he j .w e hi t By tat he 8enees shbuo.t hlme That apt t
g .. la.gs -. t .. I .have o ...a.a. might escape tee aa i i rays us ha e *I s ears, wThianslr
l wu t s---w--asa win 0'in, r4*& to sueb- from every --ULY CUll TE|
u I^-~ ^^ _5in5 ^& in. athlete-> plaited WB aric-ad try knoll f ese grass. irom ever
"W- "u"-"p-ful l to e we ath da u .... r ,:.e:: WORST COUCH
Sto m. forhn poor and hgi..ry and *oc1 al oogivweitl A c sansiag sale
Praite generoas gods forge iving Another re barrier te way of the ar of tple e. If th n bra of over years erin test of
I. a wrlt wrakh and strife realiste"_ of ln ulvitug aod of te appre-. wtuh ostoua and New York, w.,h fhlon tr* valt. JSou Thos and
Witb a Ittle time tor living elatloa of life's joys, ts oar love ot su and ooveoov neoo a, ad wilt vitmatlate '
Unto all the joy of life. perlelallty. This is the besetting sin of tby j ded senses with wine and Fre-ch W

December 9, 1905 .1 A ~1 ~ I t A T I ~1 F ~

FRED L MYERS & 28, Port Royal St.,
K.INGSTON, Jam~ais,
Offer an excellent assortment of Wines and Spirits, Beer, AeratedWaters
&c., which have already gained the confidence and support of the Public.



MAS QInsist
M nAS which


on having the undermentioned Brands, to
Experienced Judges have awarded the PALM.

Figures Convey Some
Idea of the Importance
of the House of -
Of peraay, ranmo

all Smart Fanctions.



8ELLING. Such figures are very significant. The firm has Bass & Cs PALE ALE,
25,000 acres of Vineyards, 13 miles of cellars, 15,000,000 bot-
'Guinness's EXTRA STOUT.
tles of Champagne always in reserve, 336,430 cases sold last Guiess's TA STOUT.
Universal y acknowledged to be the Best
year. These figures are surely convincing arguments in favor Bottling ot the finest Brewinge of Bass
of the excellent quality and general flavor of and Gui10 dozen pruabe.
Case 10 dozen Nips

Ask your dealer for them. For sale by leading Wine i
Merchants. t
Cases 1 doz. Quarts Cases 2 doz. Pints WA/Tn I uU
Send your Xmas orders for Moot & Chandon Champagipe. [Iat A. Fos A W & Oo.]
Sole Agents for Jamaica. OFFcC AND FACToTY:

Bvy Royal Appointment W. & A. GILB
Th0 Larnest Wifblfl Srlit il rch

To HE. the ZING. Annual Sales have increased I 000oo t
and now EXCEED |1,00
Of our large assortment of W. & A G
.Gilbey's Wines and Spirits, we call
p ^. attention to the following;
B CLARET-Chateau Loundenne (1896 Vintage) *'St.
ae Jolien" uperior, $ Bordeaux," St. "Merlot"
el'* HOCK-" Rudeshelmer," NiersteLner," Hoohbelmer."
I* ^ PORT-Castle 1, Castle 2, and Castle 4 Port, Castle O,
Ot" ^One Diamond, Four Diamond, and Invalid Port.
ege SHERRY-Castle Pale Sbeiry, V. P. Marsala,
O Castle A, A A, C, C C, Invalid Sberry, Castle G.
0 WHISKY-" STRATHMILL" distilled entirely from
tLe finest Scotch Parley, choicest Old Highland
Sle Scotch "SBPEY-ROYAL" Pure Malt Rooteh,
Schoteest and oldest procurable.
tRATMl a GIN--" OLD I 0M,I the fiouet sweetened Gin of usaur-
S ? 1 ; .asbta q.itlity, blso London Diy Gin, of very
TCH WHISexcelleut quanty.
iam. BRANDY-' COGNAC ROYAL," excellent in flSvovr
6 ueli&ac3, UNIVERSAL" i. bottles, i flasks

28, Port Royal St., Kingston. Solt Agente in Jasaica fue W. &- A. 6

its ii

100 BO'

iilbey's Spicii

Manufacturers of 5
I Table Watei.

cum-Dow., ss BMW

In Large Patents
Patent Splits,
Black Pints (corked)
o FruSweet Kola, Dry KoFlavm, Ginger A

Light Luger Beer

arlmrab Cr~ai Soda, id eiSateaw
ba4rapta Winter Stou tnd Qnie

Barrels 7 dozen Pints.

J. 6 -- -- -- -^ ^i ^ -

OlT ITO r =.

The Requsite at


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December 9, 1905

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Christmas Nunber,

'aNo. W~.Me*ab qre.
L An organ of thebodyi I lAmbt..
Bike. 3& To 4s. 4Mlwersof acet-
PLIR in& lot hair.




To the -oe who solve. the mot pauzle every week Aunt dlango will award one
book as a Prte.
At the ead of this q ar"r Aunt Mango will give a set of books to the solver
who ham dm besuing e cre goong three meoths. AnO this will bed
eery tr. Your answer. should recbh her on the Satpr.) 'ollowang




Two places well known to travelers.

No. er.-Sue4 Weres.
L Slice enjoyment into defense and
e wtainty.
2. Slice to limit into peace and a
No. 3Se.-34 PasMle..
That least loved birth whom chirping
chil the -;
AB places are thine own, cross --
Neow o'w the meadow talks, from morn
Thy within, plaintive notes, dear --

Hgh in yon oak. beyond the schoolboy's
Swings thy brown aest, oh, brigt wiaged

Afar tn shady depth. those'cootin notes
of -
o w owi 4hy baSatr--k aehr
A Propecy 'sounds far that cannot -.
"More wet!" pr1oclamlna itil, oh. whis-
........ W w -. ._, ^^ s.....

LA letter. 2. To entreat. & Big 4.
One. of the New England states. 5. A
Sma of mineral matter. &. A house of
entertainment for travelers. 7. A let-
Ne. S*0-4btmettes6,
Subtract a verb from permission and
teave deseead; from str-* and leave
a uamsber; from a people and leave a
uefVt*; (rum =u0tWO uid kewe pet-
ame; from a joanIng and leave rob-
btl; ftom a bleing and leave a mar-
ret manV ; frolm performance and leave
a madscal performance,

A 14-8 saw a 4544 the T-89-yar

What tre r w1 a Jt?
I What tree -.m *3th moiy?

Teisy hated the d* k.ad his meth*

"Now, Teddy," she salds she tuck.
ed him in for the night, "you know
who Is always with you, even In the
"Well, I don't want a man; I want a
woman," was his astonishing reply.-
Lipplncott's Magazine.

A Colleetles.
"I want to ask for the hand of your
daughter in marriage," said the young
' "You're an idiot!" said the irate fa-
* other.
"I know it, but I didn't suppose you
would object to another one in the
family!" Yonkers Statesman.

Why He Kaew It.
* -Do you know," said a Sunday school
teacher, addressing a new pupil In the
Infant class, "that you have a soul?"
"Course I do," replied the little fel-
low, placing his hand over his heart.
"I can feel it tick."

Key to the Puzzler.
No. 250.-Easy Arithmograph: Foli-
age. -
No. 251.-Quick Lunch: Eleven.
No. 252.-Missing Vowels:
Give me of your bark, 0 birch tree,
Growing by the rushing river,
Tall and stately in the valley!
No. 253.-Riddle: Needles, needless.
No. 254.-Hourglass Puzzle:
C o N I C T UR S
C O M P O s 8 T I


A Careful Buyer.

"What can I do for you. Ulttle girl?"
"Why. I'vre got a cent to spend for
candy, but I don't know what's the
best kind to get. Couldn't I try some
sampt"es fi :*"


Canaditn Manufacturers.


Rt4l flMate a gent.f

Correspondence Solicited.

SImkins-My wife is a woman of re-
markable strength of mind.
Simkins-Yes. Sne never buys any-
thing at a bargain sale that she doesn't

P I S 0 K B S
P B aM A N N T L Y
No. 255.-Word Squares: I.-1. Peace
2. Earls. 3. Areas. 4. Clara. 5. Essay
II.-1. Quart 2. Umber. 3. Abase. 4.
Rests. 5. Tress.
No. 256.- A Literary Jumble: "A
Tramp Abroad," by Mark Twain.
No. 257. A Big Word: Feathered
Feat, feather, eat, at, the, there, he.
ie*, here, ere, red, ed.
No. 258.-Odd Subtractions: Ti(m)e
(C)owL P(i)ain. Ne(x)t. C(o)at
No. 25. Famous Novelists: Barr
Ebers. Holmes. Kipling.
No. 20.-Strange Cities: Charleston
Mobile. St. PauL

B et a After.

.. A. T'avares.

The People's

Drug a Gooery tore,

Corner of Drummond Street, Kingston.

Confectionery,Biscuit Wines
Teo, Perfumery, Patent Medicinem
Green Trading Stamps Givea.

I ~I

Denby-Dunn says he was frst at-
tracted by his wife's voice.
Dyer-And now he's distracted by it.
-Tarrytown (N. Y.) News.


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In Jamaics and more partialrly i Klagsia, the three type" of Cbrtita WeWM wereM here d tdanre wellkewm The Noa, The U sa
Arumy Lame and The Deoone w of the Anglian Churh are belied A w respected fr the % od they y 4 by the attable, emd aestl ml an M dN
thes Bo~4sb looted ton anover Street, The Salvadtio AmYE Mqrts ia Church Street, ad the Couvent Ia D.ke ma
ate 1 owe much to all&be truly teof ere, who dttited byf d errmed re *Baw thar aptt et of ve.
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R'71 -

Chritam s Number,



"he No A A fmai uik i of tdO
lweeeld of fas. Andrew in he Wes
1ae. was held at Sph TowB, JJa
=d. WdM ay ad Thrsday. 2tb
sd nlth Nov., 1gi.
8 semar a- 4 J.ierl Chapterswee

Gaees the A-b op of the Wet ladies.
PreMWt, CeasO J. W. 4ossia Mad .
B. glbh-Beo. 5. J. Waorey J. &.
Praer, Baekley, M.A.. W. A.
BethAem, J, Meselah BA., J L. Baem,
M,A, J. AL. Msd, 0 V. FaserC. E
Swaby, H F. Marpe. 8. 0. Ormeby. aMd
X .a. Jeoa..
The COevmr a hae h owe a dedled
grwtd the IeMhethed. The number
of opapers repr, nted M ad total attend-
aewa.larger tha previous years, sad
dee m wider ntetest md emusasum
wene atfeted at all the 8ervites and
The Oeevemttn was ep dby a reep*.
ties at othe Cah Ha 3 p.. ao
Wedmdsj, tkh Kov. C6mo1 Auatia*
Diraeter a Spaefik Towa Chapter*
early weemel she vipers and emrnm-
aee IMIe uile irs aeoblmeelf. his
ha pter and the oast Co niltse to
have the Botherhood C amveson meea
alea in Spmish Town. Mr I3 J. Par.
ktian Adssiaat Dures or of the St.
John's, Swalloweid Uhap.er, saitably
replied. After tea and eake, kindly
srved by the ladies of i b eption
Comdttee, an adjournment was made
to Trinity Chapel where all the Oonter-
ences were held.
Rev. E Wortley, Director of the Half.
way Tree Chapter, called the meeting to
order and asked BRq. H. F. Sharpe to
emadeS ts opepug-devotsLe
Omen Anin wase asked to be Cair-
mued m a wib the PmeidMt
emld ea d tRdie ware
Mr. a.J. Secretary of
Im antim inas Oragre set

a4 aheame eM Iendered. grd from
se Naties omed of the Unlm Siase
of Amiea, aBv. C. H. Olas, M.A. Ge.
SeL, eow in- amsa O leave, and from
several serasted Chapters in Jamad-
a ware
Mnase of lat Omvemtion were read
"ad eomrrmd. "
BU ei f (Cp, called and the Ananl
Osanl BApon presnatd d after die.
eaudon adopted. This Beport showed
Sthat dBEtmte -pr uMder elw &Char. -
sem and pareM m ry d Chapesrs had
ben eadd Ma 3 dderan ome revived.
Tes are Mw iOawerd Cha s i
ds WeNs lkes wit a membuldp a

Very ~el wekt bad beUe dIee by the
Kate LasMal A.nembly whiekh onsmde
SChapters .ua the, Cashesl
Ca Cr aWS aad 4 Chapnter i

WIs O eertas ml w a" I
a hsed 4 a lk amesas of

As obesig aUeda"of suedestwor
soR swou~mm o4dJea orpt.
helpe model"b~
by Met a

~ .habto s.Cmidaewsatad
so -a ovd %IyRow. ErV.
-m 1 1 bt misl4 U A.- Daft%
__ow__ w is4md a doawns
- ~ A-C-Afta mi & t.."mIs f I.


of ago"l

E in i a_ n_--


/.,mmu~mu,. a bbmcm a
e W WM 9. Sle-
h i ,*e by ft, W.. be. OM -

7 as ir d t aby A.
R asr Lees abA.
whose pr- e Moved by Mr. B. A.
HamUta, seoauded by Mr. G. T. Ar
L for waited Prayer.
Moved Mr. HA. lamilto eeoaded
by air. a, T rmisma
9. 1mt for ;t4 p a at
e Moved y Mr. 8
ge set es 7 by Mr. W. B. OarOWS.
10 Be FPrward novitme Pledes
Moved by Mr. H. A. Rhmta mseeae
by Mr. G. T. Ar t sr
IL Be FN ITansr iftoOrgalr-
da of mse =BAo t he West
Ild. Move byUMr. 0. Armestrong
sewo"ttyr.y M L.A. HeaUiton.
A adjourast was made for spper,
sadat Op.m. a Juatlr COefmUee wa
hold a whibe the Anmual Report was
read by Mr. 0. C. lRneL" ., Bepresen.
ttive of this D ra .
Mr. glad, of the Falmoathb
Jauior Chapter read an excellent paper
on The best methods of Etending u-
ator Chapters Ia etow Parish He urged
the formation a Juor Chapter in every
ehareh as a means of Retting hold of the
boey and trasten them for useful work
-sew adto trem Brotberhood meo as
grow oldM.
Ae atjivrery ervies were held In
theo dral at 7.15 pm. His Graee
the Archbishop Ipreahed a very tIptes.
ste serno0 from the text Amos 6h ehap.
part of lt verse. Woe to them that are
at ee to Zion.'
The Otbhedral presented a very strik-
ing appearance during this service. The
Clergy were seated in the Oonoa's stalls,
the Brotherhood men filled the channel,
and a large congregation occupied the
remaking pan of the building. Special
bhy d uwate were beaut flly ren-
A Qu et Hor and prepaz s erve
for Co Ces followed, a
which R .e L ier mandN. Freer
At7.30a.m.e Sto Aadrew's Daythe
!dal for B OeruorteE ismm, Hi
ras the Ar h spwas she Celebrant
mised by Oan Austin ad Kilba b ad
Bev. W.I. .Bohe.
Ca. KUburn ave a very helpful and
tnpirtif address aon thee of prar,
takig as his text Col. 4th ap. part of
Ilveriw paphmrasWhoe oneofyou, a
ervan of ChrLt, salteth you always
laboring fervently for you In prayer.'
mhe naGe of St. Andrew the Omon aidd
stands for service, the name of Lpaphras
for prayer. He urged Brotherood mea
Jo Yetri nestyo copy the a'r-ple of
bpras In his earnestness tn prayer.
After breakfast a beuanes seston was
eolat wMht Bse ~rm the Arehbmp-
pIei-el Q. a KsuMra e behalf of
I .- Ow mvew s w neoemm e d reAd"
o Aes eing oea thd thd Um IOw the
loa a* of warning ad work of Oesne I
iea in his eermom a the Aaanive ary
bere a she prevls evem ag. His
OGre sthasked Coam Klbaerad the
aiet ter the hearty ldomel give
A letter was read from Rev. C. 8.
Oaloes. A., easet. 0 with zpreaima
f dpee rei.s hBs posiies as Omee-al
i m hdMw.ory **ow te o-
laM a-- sppdei mens -la Ud
i rnal. Exmith We be.l t -he
em had ain whio she smuea t al

i Ttohe 0reptened h e ra.
me. As.e Ote e ausitaryto i e he
veo a whs copy eof a h m o histe
aeen peiem as a parig amr .

The C eatuin Shebthe oAdre
ob"eiw I aiply to ev U. Uole sek.

isa aesept ia r|edstiorn o. one
-* _ea emeh a littfle ea d hlpful

Mr, Dutbe Seerettery a f esupeller
0aparW s1 MIr. Bowee Bretary of
partsh Charea, Elauto, er sea.
oiled that the pnmet wheew
a- m appen a the haelheek be re.

are ireaby the ditine spirit. lHeae
we oght. to pray eotnually that Goa
wmtd eeap th, aoble movement to AaC
tavour to the eyes of all loyal eehmbea
aad let oar prayer be fathfal. The
effeetalt fehmreat praer of a rlgtte
man availeth aeb.s Whatesever thlag
ye d'the when ye pray believe tkh y



elected wl addir ( m -ew a mt tea with Is th. Of weem
ern) of me 1m of n BT. A.A. i we of amety s deov o to
SJoelo.e 0 adjer Bhop of Jam s I that "Ojeot Me queoMwa waldbe de.
aiser s PIP ad t O I"of 16 In Amerbsa, where wealth is
M. Qr. .es e .a 4hLy a., Mr,.-
** -tq*or at of* Ot rt wh abo t the coaa
wym asso Nov. 0. I t ses, s* slow aw ledsc all.."
A7 ,mis. This was en ed. ol n ekr dig IS emso wnt ad
e abolUe of t he pent al M oe ers I nag o who are
tary left a vaasnt aeat o i the OeNul e to pats forth better e for
Mr. G. P. Broek of the t. Georee l m hacem There a good maay
Kin'gtem, Chapter wa elected to fiU the ealhny men as Ideatled with to
va .ea 46s ami thyoe n hair wlh tw h to
tt with ea. Bat a Jamales where
Bad after seeN tmaeo**** passed. mve" withi a very eaal retrel,
peen-is To" was unaimotly vote t afort tely ham that
to e the plae for holding he MI Coa eater aber of oar Bo r
Voaoed awe1m11 with on" MaIS, aad""
Papers on the following esubjests were a as a to me they eane shsoie
gives: lbry as they would like to oh
L The deepening and qiekea ing of Ferward Moveaeso Fead to In*sre te
s*e SpiritWal Ae,' by Rev. .W. A. BoM appelatent of paid Travelling Sea r
sea, tries. Thea again the taek of bread.
S. 'Some methods of dealing with wihdlaing beoomingch a diafInals one
Young -en with rrd to woip,' by that hardly ay of thmiem ean afford to
otems a. L. Z. Bra M ord aNd Perey leave thr varIous avoesslou to eatead
Fletcher-(r. Brandord's paper was to tis noble work without remaeratioa.
read by Mr. R. A. Haml rton). Now what is t9 be dove ? We oast do
3. flow ean Brotherhood work be mAething. What can be done without
most effectively extended and the best re. the use of meuh money? I think one of
salte obtainedd' Mr. C. N. Homaing. the Art things neoesseary Is the rooamer.
4. How sean Mielo Work be best far. dto of same clergymen. As It ise pos.
there by the Brothberhood,' Mr. E. if. sitle for the paret statement to be ats.-
M ry. understood I will try to explain wat I
Mr. Maaverty gave a earned ad Lt and e. Last year one speaker a the Con.
and pointed address in place of a paper ia ade of t am a
desting with sbh astter in a elear ad I andertood him to mean that ro -
eoemime meUner Mr. Ltdwr of all hood men ought to so eoandut the afttr-
ait's, Kingrtee Chapter read a abort I of their Chapter that the clergyman in
paper on one of the questoms of the day sharp might be convinDeed beyond a doubt
facing Brotherhood -en. that she Brotherhood is a vital power for
A meeting of the newly elected Coos- good, that it does not interfere with anay
eil was held followed by lunch at the other church organisations, that itt doee
Charch Hall. not throw additional work on the clergy-
After luncheon His Grace the Arch. mau, that it relieves him of much of the
bishop before leaving for Kingston ex practical work among the men of his
preseed his deep appreciation of the ex- cure, that it does not concern itself with
cellent arrangements made by the Recep the administration of church affairs, but
tion Committee and warmly thanked the aims purely and simply at the drawing of
ladies for their indefatigable help in souls into the fold of Christ, and at belo.
making e eryoie preemt so comfortable. tag those within the fold to develop seeh
The last meat .30 p.m. cheareters as are Soaetoient with their
with Oamen Asati l the chair. psroeales. Wih thi I thoreaoghly agree,
Mr. Do s gave ame 'Practeal Hiate sad I believe that sahe a eonvensio
on Broherbod Work' mad Mr. IA, wolid be meh tom etad the work
Grahab Direstor of the Ohapeltoe Chap. ow wil t? Y may ask. Well, take
r read a vy alea g paper o'Hew for a Ar n who a es ay
cn Brotniherh W tk e most eectively fear ehr ahes, aad a Chapter in enaee-
astndi" ddl th best result obeL, em with ae of them. HeBha been
OCaes Austin spoke on Social P ty thas eeaverted and at one he feels that
Work' sad in the esarseof his help ol thebet thing for himto doisatohave a
and lamtraecve address mentioned the chapter it eseeetlon with wA church.
veri e wayiu a whish Brotherhaood m T he meet a brother elergymat a
eaa elpin this paitlar work. tels hiof the good work his charohee
This brought to its lose a refres-ig, a doing elnee good working Chapte"'
I g ad helpful Ooevea~ea. The have bee introdeeed. This letter hada
impjres- oo received and lessons learnt trglng ehreh, and listens with deep
wilog be rememberedly all who were interest to the tale his brother tel..
prset. What will he do ? Don't yea think this
Farewell words wre fittingly epokn by would help to extend the work.
anon Austin both at Trinity hpel ad Another helptal plan would be for
n tbe hro h Hall where partnadde btherhood men who travel about to
es were given over tea eops and the ladIes endeavour to carry the brotherhood prl
were agl ad again tha for th em wherever they go. Whea
Sryal asamier In whisb they had seoppa in ay loseality for however short
Sted he happines of the Coa easem. ateey ay ry to And oet the moet
Mr. Duy we t over froeam Kage pleas mi there and eaeourago temi to
and took view during the Broher- form a harper. They may lo seek or
hood proeedings. She paser and point oat to him the ad.

Paper read by Mr. M. A. Graham, Dir-
e r of Chaplteo Chaper, a the
Aamal OCavetidoof he Brother-
eebd of S". Andrew, hetd ta Spaeuit
Town Jamalea, e November m. tb
ael th o .
My rt Impulse resevt a tafvi
was to d eelt. but after mere esameM
S s se I amM to e ao s d thai t Ii e
!sP bateby, for a 1 Gev o ee mesa m b
rl. m -* Ieet aof al o endof e
Hahinmietheisat o aS em me this
I trheo etoo i f"asm--
stae. And though I sh ball so bet able so
provide ye. am btaeleetual feast, yes I
Wly hOe God's spirit may aetmpa y
y ~sle utueram ae sd ae them a
The i sbjes e low e a brotherhood
work he moet eftoeesvey extended aad
he best renmitt ob sae4' preseas two
dueest aspem a toe a :-
l) The xteaelsiof Brekharhand work
(Bi) Ioew Mtot of Chapter work. r
shall only lithtly toeeh apea the frmey
for 1 do 0t oasider mUsel affideial
well qualiBed *to deal with so emplex I
sabjet; but as she mre aertao repeats
in whteh the owal exteaslo is eloeM.
esma with Chapter extealteal 1aa.

vaatages i7ely tos aea" from the estab.
lshmet of a Chapter. Many mIanLters
do mt eeooraep the movemt because
they think ere of the possible danger
thaf 1t ath setMe g*od.
Whare sp ital elbe might be
a thee broterheod sem
freom eeao ho d e*
and lasesst *a lhtrewdad.
-bl oaaadh- other thae
e Iay halted mla ive abaee. o
lhIn~ W m r as e.a jey
the-rmys wihoet ndimign ga shoes
jM smabilj fermi of amseomem wh*k
apa feetbly a the emaaly mitded..
abore a there it th- raIe of
prar"hh as anot be forgotte. The
weak to Qoft aad HIS WWk MI agWr aew
Gel. 'i e works pewer, bat
by emU Be dalnhgt r
attie5 smI aad plates An the
eh*meor oHis Rrandest designs Be
wshe as to realize that e are bntf.
f#rItr sowarers and eaa only betmeemes.
f t Pafrolena MAN --' e d-i

M ILA--I .1 im .




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December 9, 19 JAM A I C A TI M 8.
rftive them sad ye *ball have thee.' qgko s the
-em au eeinsat oght to be way I thtak it heas to be solved& We
faesh I or miads whoa we take this who w.e now tin bapea r aoald edeve5osr
pot matter before the throne of -by adi eee-s to s draw am the hib D oU ll C 18
sreI po ser Nehemiab~ prayed for e standard of perfeetlon that eth a
la yv sight of Artaxeroee that h ee -the renalt aid power ad happi.
igt g a chance to o brotherhoo Ind foll our IF 80,WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO TOCK FO1
work, edhe had It. We can read Gods a ea mabelewi like asa. i"

lUaah pred ntiy tsa s mit, salon tower prarilw el, buk wh
answer the fjo tbfal prayers of the Bug. tI:sd. Oe point more. Ift e the onfater
Ilh-TrhpeeoCphlstesa the presn esw- work Is to be SeasoihextendekIthink 7Vi C umrlatw21 Hi Beftna
of Re thought that he od follow t e" of rone an the w ork had l be abindone
y -I the footstep of fTsillutrious failed through lask of unky among work. People want something good at Christmas, and you
other? At the stakes Lor e aer preyed en. arnd I feel re thmareat my he apter
hr power to met the candle61Protestant- loee jnluence through the samercuse. so std
Im aglow. lia i tot been blia usioe? When the builders of Babel worked in ould Stock
fannah prayed fathtuly that she might unisonhlae tower prigreassed, but when
e the joyful mother of a sun ; and did she disagreement came through the confuslon
bot give birth to one of the greatest De- of tongues the wok had to be abandoned.
mer Awhos history we have on record ? Ant are very small creatures, bat have
shall we not wait onn ththe Lord with we never been struck by the large mounds *-
fufllassumnce that in fill own time they make. working in unison ? Or bate of 0 1 *-In- a
d way He will cause brotherhood work we never seen them moving an obi6 Cm --
commend itself to many of thoes wbo -OW. orven IWO ttmesta Ieir own Otee?
And now we come to Chopter work anuuhr ha I ? No, they all push or U
of am6 firet things neeeory Ia the in the same direemon And that is a lee-
and consolidation of Chapter soa for .s, If we wish oar chapter to if you wih to please your customers and do a good trade.
k is the presone ia the Chapter of e a ede we ma t all work together to
oeupyhgoI fheremt degrees of social pereet harmony. The Psalmist onceex- ,
g i tho community. In nearly deaimed, Bow good and how pleasant it For Sale Wholesale and Retail at the
coM .ainttilty in Jamalsca there is a isfor brethren to dwell together in unity t'
tdealof what may be termed ela Will you allow me to add, 'And how
prejudice (I make no reference whatever much more excellent and lovely it is for MONTPELIER CIGAR STORE
t race prejudice') and one class Is often brethren to work together in unity !' For
accessible to the one beneath it. The it is my experience that t I much easier 90, Harbour Street,Kingston.
of the lowest clas are not so easily for men to dwell together in unity, for
,.nced by Imen ot a higher class as by eachmay be guarding separate interests,
Ir own repteuataUves For exiapl i than It to for them to work togetherIn
who is poor and nelets to attend or them all have the some laterest
worship eo tIe plea that he oanaot to promote, each may think diemtly, A
desut rdesan a m"s i a ste Mies of ea mus a e eesari y give 9 *
to do 6 l by anby=ody g ple to the Ideas of another, sad the
wo16 just;pWe powaeeA S bf46, KTNe STRIEET, KINGSTON.
~e aboks oaee may a oat, Is a 4oa o ref0a ind. Iat mwe a. be
ao1 t"* we** *n"h yiad tmaar no w e mbtwee of WE HAVE THE PRIZE AT LAST.
ato covnehimself "that his adviser m e else, without frIom. A eL athma
e to eubreh hiMe If he Iwe may onetime go toear Chap er
tpd o clad himself better. 55. with p1a. 1that appear good to
Snmarrid mean of she lowest us, b' t let I s remember that some I
of teas ma the appalling st e there, -pobably a meh ambler brother TIn II
t-hat It i possible tokeep them -may have a better pla than ours. For U
pure. The beat persona to convene the good of the ease we should follow 1
is one who occupies the same pol. e bet pla. Lastly, we a ast working* T h e v ictor T h e v i t r
I .they and has to fame the ame perot agreement with the Holy Spirit. ii i I'V ,. iji
oa. Then again, most men in Though we are co-workers with Htlnwe Won-the Grand Prie at th. -t. Lot& nroe-io46edby
her walks of life care very hsle must remember that we a the t im- St. Loo rio d te d by
t reUgion, bowas they give *4 aMle par"al ai- r, and our wills must be Twelve Eminent Judges. (ee fao simile of letter at the abave mA )
to .stud of Its principles and ioonuaal aae by HIa. He Is The only Talking Machine that were awarded TeMtimoolas gb
toa ITS vta oly weol wn.. n veraes ..u eough to reeive the Grand Prie.
tobty. To .u be up4... ,_,_ GRAMOPHONES.
me t anewass~aily be in ay- WBMhea b msfar IeS%; _N 5
bUin and kow th e asesofhs .861ra s p iV*des to select trom always Into sto They arS the BUBS, thrdeoe-
wsbi s w. r e o efm6 A wO Ot "eXU Qt tn
em toyon a mall meer, Ct n. Aaeeleton ofB Prst-Clas aeoopiby al best di ad usl
t, is trmhIm p -lst ,tle at etIn Iwedd.
S m 9akesthimelf. AtMAI IUt Chetm0 Is nas"ear,' New Beords every month. Marche, Sosu ot 01-as sut an I be hat
I Wetag me to appear ery tap err the people bt the eatloek Is aot very i1B7or ,10,1 anad e. -
it Ohapter week, and that to bright. The eoatinal aboweni of t is g ,hO ,iai_ to_ ,re,_a.t coa ome themielve t
taee o rather a nle~Sma aesar u st of taie oa pe th to leot, can be sted by Mr. 0 0. M ey, ho
s.ain en d te aMdul.M The wtkbobe the e.O M yer mu.I O experiUand paned at the MilDtary o
omins e h eeel haper w low_ !Ean 5na bresdellr Hall to In who w-Ia .h.M th ert i". ra e-
wiayleare n wlaatwed Uee t beet a lerw re apdnmpt ttthI eh. eaUndofdMQsiel astpd tby s in"o
^ what tt we b"kea "weta y A. 0. ABRAHAMS. TRADE A. 0. A. MARK
*owe Metter mrct The met o Kiegusree2, Wateb, Clock, Chromseeer Maker sad Mamulasemdw Jern
aairt a tiame IejWtrade In the dtrict as tobe os. b
in ompay. HRea the be sakaing of J4 pp hat-s. ______
llth eoe but e hn The Day ehool Ws oDeas reeevred
caa stend the teat to fr Its somewhat broo wZ6=- s dl.
4ou abjec by t e ca- tm aand It st hoped that wla the ao.
fund topuke am ito o of the pareaotf wil be i aE D KINKEAD, LT
[A~o le character *oftealne A Ame pDeei of w!ra*aahip baa been Ilftg ilffil
gte good donby balfa-doen added to thedmboh by the 3aper0aU .agstamt, P
It ia very unamtts teadet of the Methodtst Churehes. Thi-
a adeedfor a bro poreeena p .ws a pieaaa gap- wholesale & Retail Druggists, Grooers and Tea Dealers, eto.
a his neighbour to church pearaeme. The whole charek wilbe -
neighbour can clearly se that renovated, sad a sew bol obtained.
at church has not made A Chrliattn Endeavour is newly TH iA0E88IVk HEAT OF SUMMER makes us sueoeptible to
or totoo exhorting a man to started I eoanestloo with the ehurh.ay COLDS and BORE THROATS.
when he is l pracUitl the Rev. C. Smith. The youen people
Thosewhotiathestrouble haveeneredIn Itwitt hr e a use d Lh881kUjB arm LO*88 OF VIGOUR are ooapon at this MuMeoa
ofg ur ytant MI elmeeIt. orpaustaoa, the m en e o__ reoosamend the Kiloming remiem ia the afcc ae -
becaus ale et *****orf1 &ave tOR 80BRE THROAT.-Black 'arraat aod Glyoerine Paetillee, on
low. The soouer therecra heen mad. brtiht and enjoyable by the ret at 4jd per ounee.
eII oar chaptirs with ame teacher who aot as teeum tremv for the Menthol and Beoalyptus Pastille, 7Tj ; hain Eucalyptus, 7id tia.
are loft. and aho may ap. President, the Rev. C. Smith. On the
ieties we tttn by Ged atob whole tie chreh seems to be dolng wel. POR BUILDING UP THE BODY.-Emulesin of Cod Ilver Oil vwt

yeu may be asln. to your- childrea no to hool, ad may the Uhrtetlan bottles, at ls 3d, 2.. and ). 6d.
are we o find suh men' Endveavour SocLiey o* prosper that both FOR OLEANSiNG THE SYSTEM O IMPURITIE8-Oauadbad lEer-.
tbe problem we all have t church and school nay be one of the -gtat isu3 pe bottle
awfl responsibility rOt? brightest la the district. vee t to at S per boat

b OW &
I^ -Lk~H~^ -. ^^^ ^ --

s ame manner a.
Sther western

sa w tda

anaav e little
S and make me for-
ryIna ni6hthe
same manner os
Fri mI OrG UM ra their western
RE MDOxt brothers and
sisters on the
Occashe of Santa Claus' annual visit.
Azd tI the matter of t ys Japanese,
ai an d 1&Dave little
muse to envy O for-e fries for

Wot even the most marvelous mechan-
Ical products of Nuremberg surpass
the products of the yellow toymaker's
Ingenulty. Children the world over are
very much alike in their tastes, how-
ever different In appearance, and the
playthings of infant Asia bear a strong
fundamental resemblance to those of
young America. Most popular, of
course, are dolls. The parental instinct
Is universal.
China and Korea are great countries
or dolis, but in Japan, that paradise
of children, the make belierm baby is
so honorably regarded that It has a
1peelal holiday, the "teant of dolls."
This comes in February every year at
the ttme of the Chinese new year. The
dolls are placed on silk covered shelves
In the best roo In the house. Often It
takes five or six shelves to-hold them
all. Ie principal participants in the
fa are called the emperor and em-
press of Japan. They are dressed in
court costumes, and the others, named
for famous persons, are arranged
about them. Doubtless at the coming
celebration numerous doll Oyamas, To-
gos, Kurokis and Nogis will swell the
crowds at the receptions of the mimic
mikado. Silver bowls are placed be-
fore their majesties, and the cld for
whIom the festival Is kept puts fresh
tood in these dishes every day. At the
ead of three days the dolls are laid
away for another year, only a few ta-,
vwlrte being kept out for common see.
Of these, one Is the "lady with the six
(or more) wigs,"a baldheaded doll whose
many changes -of couture give her
mail owner endless deght .
Though this is primarily a girls' holi-
day, the small boy of Japan is not
above playing with dolls and is espe-
daiiy t~Al of the doll theater. ele Ts is
much addicted to wooden soldiers and
acrobatic toys as his couantaepart In.
America. Marionettes are as popular
Ia China as in Japan. Long before
Paneh and Judy began to charm the
hearts of American lyot ie lfttfg
hMden tof China were Wat"ing ovet
the 4Iaqmo- of these two famouI s
caractels. Litte booths ae set up oan
th streets, where traveling companies
es-nt their quaint dhows. They have
mm on horseback, soldiers., lions, tl-
nrs, dragosi, makes aM curious act-
San ftrpm all mad g st gn *tb

tl mI~-om atstrings and sticks
=anap& by the Owowme., 'o~llwlrnt
the f ol t tdeflt.10 Aasie boy%
04, bave a ho~a t t*eir own, a dis-
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stream, a sign of courage and perse-
verance. This fish has become with the
Japanese an emblem of the boys, whom
their parents wish to see possessed of
these qualities.
On the boys' day the toy bazaars of
the city are thronged with children.
Swords, guns, pistols, trumpets, horses
and menageries sell like hot cakes, and
frecrackers fill the air with smoke and
noise. There is in Tokyo one quarter
consisting of three or four streets
which contains nothing but bazaars for
the sale of toys. Here for a few cop-
-pers one may buy a handful of bam-
boo rods from the ends of which dance
the funniest Imaginable caricatures on
which the potent sake has worked Its
charm. The goggle eyed men whose
heads roll on pivots are matched by
jovial foxes and badgers which have
also looked upon the sake when it was
yellow. Toy animals of every sort-
lizards, crickets and spiders-make the
streets of Tokyo look like Broadway


their hacks, like papooses and play
ball, run races and fly kites in spite of
their burdens. Strangest of all, the ba-
bies are perfectly happy and hardly
ever cry, though often banged about in
a way that would make an American
baby howl with rage.

in New York the week before Christ-
mas. A new popular toy is a Russian
soldier with red hair and blue eyeballs,
who perform all kinds of "stunts."
-TTeepa kites -are always in'favor
In the east, and some of them are ver- o
table works of art. The kites assume
every possible form of lAs, beast and
bird, while the tops which transform
themselves Into butterdles and flowers
as they spin seem to be the work of a
Sneerituancer.- IThere tris --n--ttDU on ..- .
of age In flying kites and spinning.
tops. Old men and children may be. ,
-41S together engaged in these tlmae
honored pastimes. The bushnes siirit of the Chinese
Asattic babies are blessed with no, empire is reflected In the sports of the
end of gods who look. out for their Chinese child, and small Imitations of
welfare, the Japanese having seven commerce play a large part In his life.
gods of happiness, one of whom, .Hotel Owners of toy carts organize mimic
by name, corresponds closely to our St. trading expeditions, while the less for-
6& olas. Hotel is of a venerable and tunate "keep store." The boys also

amiable appearance, wearing a long
white beard, and carries a sack of gifts
for good little boys and gis. To&lder
persons he bringsong ,lftf ad is use-

uej alwm WW S i -8 4.t1. wCPLui& u uj
a stork, which ts supposed to live 1,000

It is not an play and s work with
e small JapSans, sm4p their abua-.
dance of enjoyment. A Japanese child
bs sooner aWbl to walk than be or

a& Hwee,* Itm imonthArs" do
not e6M to be t Ubled at all bi their
charges. Thy a the babies on

play at war with ships and soldiers,
and, as In Japan, one may see bands of
children armed with toy gnns or sticks
drilling with true martial ardor. A reg-

Sldar teatqte or xne game as it is played
In China Is, It is said, the alarm, "The

Japanese are coming!" at which the
whole pigtalled army runs as if Satan
were after It The Chinese boy Is very
foad of pets and often carries about
with -him a canary In a wooden cage
or a cricket similarly Imprisoned.
no le Sa tiCve ltOM-e gi)l hasn
many beautiful toys of porcelain, lac-
quer and lvory, dolls and diminutive
hosehold utensils. The girls have their

P E night Is fair over Bethlehem
As amid God's lights on high
A strange, new star leaims out ike a gem
In a setting of wv9trU skg.
R shtnes afar over stream and field
To an eastern caravan,
And three are thrilled as thep see revealed
The sign of the Son of Man.
SINCE that sweet night the gears have flown
As ripples flow on a stream,
While empires out of the earth have grown
To pass as a troubled dream,
And wear ees have searched the skies,
As the ages onward ran,
With the hope once more to recognize
The sign of the Son of Ha.

llUTshoer and never men saw abov,
l tna ocal giam afar,
Yet ever and ever the light of love
Was shed bg the golden star,
For not on the skies do its bright rais bum.
WBt the hearts of his lovers scan
And there on the heavens within discern
The sign of the Son of Man.

N mereg and peace, In the growing good
That sweetens the world todag.
In the era of freedom and brotherhood
That comes on Its shining wag,
In Pha ma'th fa Tr-uth amJd h ka.- k k.d.W.

With the Christ-soul leading the van,
Dehold. 'tis In these that the spirit sees
The signs of the Son of Man.

F Okt eer the harden of gladness grows,
S And ever the sorrow dies.
And event the soul that is utieaed knows
A secret of swgt 3 t~l" t.k .
SAd m ever -i those i ft tb ew birth
Tbe -ges of bThe a m sea.
Revealed In a glorg tuncending earth,
Th sign of the Son of Man


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December 9, 1905 J AMAICA T 1 MES VI

r-TT a mother's love the scaffold cannot des oamm. aader
I :e el- PI wh e ,-

B ". *B T 'l 1 i-'T" B !----m l i; 3 A 1' "

&* sarn. ..- wre I -. r .
*Wtrn d en t wrgh the wves t of the _- fr -. Cuib, OI + ,Hte ia ie
Sthat a ..e detal,.t the penalty one. T he lodk i the. dining room e.i.d .lo leo of .eit nt a .me.

Urp t pa r e..w a Boofe*l t te eth. ole*Gu millo .A. F3vK SV.UI Ise j .Iases
owwshesV d souldnogputhrraehet eer f e r ta nda ,, fr L-Me-". 4u.u
IC theo swi, well, I'm eXpverd, -aw Aee rrmUe; Wu they was sileat.i hands* mbut r p dCan el ,B, .

S0upps I muth putten oan appearn-ce .bro .rpa waue the old sun dial, as wia r he ---. ofe, te M jm,
en friet d l i le- d, mGer hL .ac e th
'lhw as Wplrll tkln t he tppiSm es -ue't oee,&Isa ,sob o wrshetd f om Ha m s' ... ... -a o.,- -o.. .. ... i
Kdaysrwen oliveuptI, toWSS thea rt- r' 7itoorfe r e fe .;o o
*spdOome, with pleat a or m ofies.. Te I amd no ahlle ao srn t pr3)e nt don' rr soo MAILD CaW.I

courtly and reed, e mie hosts of wo wht has lay oaStre d oandersta4d m t joyi t troo wra s but -
What do you te ni through the uc ublyts thee the lm ther I wl ao neof ear od pot BIt 1 vL S e. wDB-PD
pooh ayt gong, coathe rottnne a ot a oot mteOd oit drs.ow aed pitUhenld the ohe Los o l oten the door, so that
raiht i fathe-moder had been a ce. mo and hairf ton may thr distinct Go we la k0 n gye.. MI2CA IAGE
for coffee. His mother and teonly sister, head, and she Csed through the gloom Oeie listr& d, and h n tho t he. w i t t W
and, still lk;ived In the eharmvly st t Ce' dark blue ey-ey which a the v4 ch rc rou the Krbleworke ad Pai t s

Sted old house, oedar Hall, in the hele al w of te d wa. Xle well known tone w,, war bo.r foreOWE ;, alife *..
Mouttand oonte. deptl Coo odr e rel 'M e f to Al the firs timfandg ,8 h 0ars, -
oCec n wbas Inted every erbt ; be n A s th y tod k do hlrn t B m hlr t. op en eaoe spoke. Cei. 11661 om le _il
ag thed, wano. delned. Im an~,st ed rdam I efe m rdie ru de im" arlinh pBas ori, Ia 0 ii6 -wR st sia
sup ps .w s at t ore "a .p....we oIr tee, do4.9 mm tiye dS I aa
Educated In Englad, he hdi hosed the a 'N., Ccl toou are notwelenouh. AtaDr It5.

abvut a wehk before Ue r o s dl bee a" ,l Oaly a. ew RM.de, _T3_ .m
law mother wasrofeond wow rising Bt how to Cm the happy Msage I eo 1 w t of cor.
Ssht, om?, wto pamt 'ab eI am not abl e Toesto si at pre se hdow n't sw no K MAIe OR lm e
courtly and refoed, he made hots of Two thin white hmds lay ostrethed yoa n ersotmyyt grat but a h
Friends He warood at tenni, i on the clean white aheet l. he owth pe i one ofyor old favok e. ,or. o rEds, .asDy ALN
polod j vl a nd al, coul al a boat and shoot, She pooth for hap h a n the black the Io .. ,1 oen the dorto thatp f ,s do
iton does anot sethem agreen with you cces more of haier ie All her fomr hs play T
fl coffee planter, but Cecil did not care Her haad mbotie ofy o a troubled thbore oftly. ho hae been ad e ore g
for coffee. s mother an d o nly sister ead, and e ged through the gloom ecU tinbet ly, be : Brando n, .&...

lad reqe oospl.-re' Maidstened, and he t e wss
Ma eds till lived in the charmingly ten Into Cecil's dark blu e eye-ey which the o l;g youosp. a o the entA
ated oldhouse, Cedar Hall, in the Blue aW aeflected ruth. eley. Slowl the wel known te Harbor Street. Kla
Mountains, e ear-vr-r ooate a, t fi te ehaliek and aide, sellear __a__e_ do4__ 0 __*__a_*
Cete pad oemasional Trisel to the old clout, I houd ikes to taloo yU ome te# 8ad flo ate oute i the oafceel
b rooe, a saeorl hi bl nter tha ser, ton Iu a Te ohe of a iul o s s e pM mar o w o Home Comlete wit .
hut tiis did not prevent his sengetoi anetd he c!rned ". the ap^ te *owee wdcrownd pea, beare tal
gaedne btan preeaee oer e mother betesrveetlr that witb i t. aillar wui Musical In-.ro meuTg
The feast ea as Nfat approach-IJht Ie 4a o 1e 4 are sad ore san g ha t h is e w et m la ,i
hosenters wives adorw hinhe wa efM her aa
ing, aod Ceil to rpelda week oidr hela. irs ehadet. l si fom I lDsset L -JtST TOMl 0 Vl.'-
two at Cedlr Hall. Heirsred there Ski sherd Ahe :a tofbessa ter aI *2*

abtlutta AweektbeforeXmask. d on Only s isw -rd, Mfatlewm o rIgr irl u st amo" st tl.y ,l
wsth ie i w, he o.ad t en the 1Zmoerao and amse onot wa l pe I Atn _fr aln--

otIs his istaceahaa. l of.ofe ed. Geoleoed. arhnd trodeto rt hseerm h ad eme r ts. w w
a toe al rofe s te ld and wsmnowl a ri g noom w t ho w to her COT. l e foe s e. i. a.. 1--s th -n'. tAeL.
ally. hre wolked, rode and satalonehe Againeetnpr, true,' sadt old batter on i het u I wisG O N a e

Ceandl me ,o ate ste at tes wronlt fpienl tanrs of a n a moto sein ated hsena-- dn' a BOOKigg E -.-
yout ad eioo p, he m ade e hs y f emTde, ente eas lay ot he y Jun tes, and t the eat b utr
and j vll and almost boyeh dspoe saiion he prayed for tren&ah on thed bslacke Itn urh would do wel d

roaigt H a the hade, bas bow l i- st, "wy
aKington does not eem to agree with you. X aror of her life AU her fordest labore who ae bnatng ass them be goglw
You aou both your erand e and hope and ambition, hlghted-was noth glom he tndhethuh n n e win .
teoe, giv eyore Ce adeaoe tt i Mlue y efe le wel kn towa i

the mountains. -lop, shtdowy Asree m
Might ober, sio.nothvin oy I am tired oo l and da r

andthe ervai quopteret.' Meid.d rl
Within toll housed tookto the mother kepthe

aelet watoc er so hheh. byhedi oy
Dr old the ioevena the mut lift hed Id; later te r

algaht emey o porcd, dne ve wot d t1o, o a s teeing it 0r
edtarrook. The mother eroed to lone to p or4 the fa e t

whof te tood a sdhad d looked oteB MK FOOD No1. MItheOODbI-.' vita OODN *3
Ttmedine bottlea A mot, and her ov the old that X or? I *r- -. I"rr- -W- -
Ite ould w tras Xai the di outline orf the wto be pared, nman hi fae h
minute when the mother w -to the hea e ead tt C U rV A you n Loma St.. Londpn.
who e to he waters of the of ad in ad o o her own

adfanguny sayins .. .ai. the hha.o...t. -. In.the .ht6 o.. b.h t M.O41p10al m oke J I lEa Wq
wit hsi boyfh laughter. How ha-ed The mother arose and leaned Over the ecil peed the mounta path a$o1,
to tease his sister and nure. Full of lif bed. Ceci recognized her and trie to with ha sewrt, Tb. nether bad --m Omm Oagms Uqama. f
alnd michiel the field hands came &n foh a fathom what wai payIng in her m*d. before safigtarinld bi oeretto the end. Keesma welt-I dnd-wellea -

hour, hid their yaya, plantains, ead rice, TI11 was strained, bnt broken-oca mother droopd ad died. I boo a I* e steps, adifso
upst thIir eooklug popy and teaxed the may divide, cofttenteK ay lepa., al, le Wt Jatesa, aad th the wees 9411111 Of Sl tu@nl| ii
ule boyn dnto giving him forbidden riders slWader and lie may wreck annd a, bat the oanadian Nwith Wevie la the aand a ta bOfo PgoUiM 6
|P gived th e ylreamrtanceu a -d ema-ltlo eiA-o& h n

The doctrhinte ta thingeonIa wrtire I ateiwoyIAayx
appe. r esate ha new tat b & t E
a d dth o g fthe whi toe mi t o hic bated. fully ats

Thi taet house The mo there ket knJf by the l o h-

o0 J A A I 0 A T IM E 8 Christmas Number,


I hbl iWWWElklW

It having been brought to the attention of the undersigned that owiug to the circulation of false rumours on this
Island, numerous labourers are journeying to Kingston under the expectation that the representatives of The Isthmian
Canal Commission will provide them with the necessary twenty-five shillings with which to secure a permit to leave the

to all labourers that the Commission cannot assist them in securing such permits, and all labourers

not to come to Kingston with the expectation of being furuiohed with free transportation to the Isthmus of Panama,
unless they have the means to secure their permits. Until such time as the Commission can obtain from the Government
of Jamaica authority to recruit labourers and mechanics under a contract of service, a limited number of able-bodied
men will be furnished free transportation to the Isthmus where they will be able, if they so desire, to obtain employment
at the. scale of wages in force, but they will be under no obligation to enter the service of the Commission, nor will the
latter make them any advance in cash with which to obtain permits to leave Jamaica.
Those who cannot therefore secure their own permits, or who desire to proceed to the Isthmus under Contract of
Service, should not subject themselves to disappointment and possible distress by journeying to Kingston until such time
as the representative of The Commission announces officially through the public press that he' is ready to enter into
Contracts of Service. This announcement wilF be made as soon as the necessary preliminaries have been agreed upon
with the Government.
As a preliminary to such future announcement, the undersigned, as the authorized representative of the Chief
Engineer of the Isthmian Canal Commission, begs to state to the labourers of the Island the desires of the Commission,
as follows:
The Commission wishes to recruit labourers under a contract of service binding the labourer to perform 4,500 hours
labour during a term of two years.
The Commission to furnish the labourer with free transportation to the Isthmus, to provide him with eight hours
employment daily (excepting holidays) at the rate of ten cents United States Gold per hour, to provide him with free
living, quarters and medical attendance, and to furnish him free transportation from the Isthmus to Jamaica upon the
fulfilment of his term of service, or earlier, should he become physically incapacitated to perform labour, or should the
Commissio at any time be unable to furnish him with further employment. No deductions to be made from the pay of
the laboure in respect of any of the foregoing.
The labourer to be paid semi-montly and the amount earned during any half month to be pald before the expiration
of the succeeding half month. The contract to be enforceable as against the Commission in the Courts of Jamaica or the
the Canal Zone, at the option of the labourer.
The commission n purposes also to furnish free transportation to the Isthmus for a limited number of labourers'
families, and to employ competent foremen and artizans at remuneration of 16 cents gold and upwards per lour. The
foreman selected inh Jamaica for each gang of men will so far as racticable remain in charge of the same gang on the
aor- .
In selecting foremen the Commission purposes to give preference to those who can bring their own men, but it is
understood that no remuneration further than the increased rate paid to foremen will be allowed for this service, as the
Commission will not entertain any proposal based upon a rate per head for securing men.
to The very advantageous conditions of living and terms of employment on the sthmus can be so easily learned from
any of the hundreds of Jamaicans who are now returning to the islandd for the holidays, that it is not deemed necessary to
present them in detail. Further announcement will be made as soon as the necessary preliminaries to recruiting can be
accomplished, until which time labourers are warned not to come to Kingston under the expectation of being able to
-engage themselves under contract of service.


Acting Manager Branch of Labour and Quarters and Attorney for the Chief Engineer of the Isthmian Canal
Commission of the United States of America.

Decembert', iW f AM A I CA TI M v R.

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**I bst also the lovited gaestsa for balf A
n TN in the jiy of Christma Is to extend and en.' -
oIIy bo-pitality. The msiader of the .
day to peatn happy fellowship. X--s 3
viiU U is to the air, oand the dear Obr'es child Is
__ the unseen nest in many homes. Un- I
r Ms RREINKE. kind thoughts, sorrows, cares and strife i d
S~M~B~ ~~Bla. re forgotten, and everyone seems to ding.
SPECIALLY WRITTEN FOR TBHS JAMAICA TIMES." ''Tis bthristmas Day, all gloom is o'er.
The Chript child Iils each heart,
His peace o'ershadows all the earth,
No mat or how much we may love the I interesting than an attempt to deeribe And sane'ss doth de Bpart.
land of our adpolou ; no matter how dear I Christmas in the States generally ; for tu Behold to you Is boro this day. .
oar riends hav h become be uo or how I so aret a territory custom varies lr Iy. R .thlebem Town, a King,
happy oar hoae may be; there t at lout I On Chris mas Eve Io Bethlehem, to the & loyinu, hetpless Ilt-le Bsbe. i
one time of the year, if no otmer, when oar late aft *ruoon, Ill Moravian children Whoxe prais- the world shall slAg".
thoughts andbearts ar to our native I gatherin t~e oburch, for the children's v
land,-the boume of our. ebildhool. I seiviee, wbichis largely bchoral. Tbis is Nor be the poor boen freotten, for
suppose it it for this reason that I have one of the most beautiful services of a in "o towos it woa!d be diffi.
been asked to write about Christmas In season of beautiful services, lovely in its eclt to fi d one home, where somethibl I PERFE i VISIOU .
theStates,'---nd I add, mentally, as l simplicity. The .harch Is a large one has not been done to make the inmates
have known it. I and hundreds of children with their happy, because It s Christmas time. To enjoy perfeet vision oses EYES-
Somehow, each time the Christmas se- parents come to this service. en a Of our this to not true of the larger sbold be exwaned Uioa a p.-o-d
son draws nlr, a feeling of loss or disp- stranger can detect happy expecta ey on citise, where poiervt abounds, but even manne r
pointment seems always to Inflenee me : the little face.. The pastor tells there the poor are I rgely remembered. A Asiht ewrrrt-, remalp'ttl, t de.-
ad when I stop to sauys thi" engg, in simple e i lo ig ag t of= ovm a w um to a ud to wfll insure perseet iumilly from
I realize it is because everything here in greatest Gift to man, His o, and bow Voices become hushed lights grow dia future trouble
Jamaica tos i eatizely diffeut, fuuo owu He has become the Light ot the world. and the night settles down to cala re- A vslt to my optital parlor will emply
Chrlstm- as I know it in the North. And At the close of the address the doors to P0.. repay r-
what makes the difference? Here to the east are thrown open wide and the May Iadd Jas ta little moral to adorna
Kingston e also see stores tastefully Saeristans appear with trays of little the .ta. D PERCY C. LOPEZ.
and beautifully decorated ; dainty and candles, all lighted. These oandles are We cannot celebrate Christmas just in
costly articles attractively arranged 'o of special Moravian make, and no such the same way everywhere, but the 85, KING STREET.
tempt the buyers; the streets and tapers can be obtained as these. There 8sme spirit may pervade our hearts. Ofee Honrs--8 to 11 and I to 5
shops crowded with happy-faced people, is something of Christmu in the very There is a deal of difference between 8 to 11 and 1 to .
no doubt planning gifts and surprises for odour they emit in burning, which it not the spirit of Yale-tide and that of
dearones ; children eagerly discussing the to be observed in ordinary so-called Christ- Christmas. Perhaps the World still A -I
contents of Christmas stockings which mas candies. They are made by hand, in celebrate the Yale tide. But Christ- | J .J o artLur rItyV
hang temptingly lu the windows, and the old fashion molds, of purest wax It ians keep Christmas; and for them. o S
everywhere there is an air of holiday would almost eem a desecration to se the first thought i. of the new-
time. But to the person from the North, paraffine candles on this occasion. Eaeh born King, no longer Babe, but Saviour; '
there seems to be little to suggest real child is given one; knowing it to be an His work sesom-plishe4, -Himself e sm sum, 9u
Christmas time. What Is missing? Ak, emblem of the ig of the World. The H.s 8Mrt diffae. Cannot we C a i OF 8AV.-LA- AB.
dear reader, much; though probably to the service is now quikly brought to a eloa ele, to JSMM eoatrm our le- tioM I O AV.
8ontheru born man or woman it may be and it is indeed a pretty sight when the omwe tothat spirit ?
hard to understand how bare trees sold children appear with their little uight, MAJ Y C. RaBNI. is now in Montego for a few
winds and Snow.-overed earth ama pd- -oat into the dark, es tb e weeks.ed P roo&s d#mfllay anftis
bly be more attractive than the ovely turn making some home appy. And 7I "
skies, and bright suashlie with lowers now they hurry home, and te what Every LMa sIfering from Yar eeele a hiM at his ooneultlag room
and blooms on every side a we have her joys await the I! For das ome room In aervos xnaammti, loss of vigmr, --
In fair Jamaica. Bat just here lies the she houe has ben oe guaerded; for ean be s atil perma tly eamre by w omwne of Unioa aa d St. Jois
secret. The cold winds make us take there Father, M boher a Sant ha he the m ratoal method of treatme trts
\ shelter in the warm hboomes; and here been busily engaged Bat now tbe yet Introdaeed. An ilastrated Gbeuar '
love and obheer abounds while young and time has come for the children to see the giving fall parItolar and tenmos
old are planning gift for each other, ad result of their laboar. It Iimpoele aeeeal eare onat la a ealel _
eagerly looking forward to Christmas hve in this article to say much of these envelope, fre of barM E. NORTON mHIinlgOQQ
with Its joys, and Xmas day with Its Christmas decorative artsageaents. Some G9 and f0, Chancery lane, Lodo, In HUll
blessings, Bow anxiously the ehLdren are most elaborate, as much as three land. Over 35 years continuous sneesoms
hope and watch for the first sign fourths of a large room being converted --- I am doing most of my ental,
of snow and with what rejoicilng Into a representation of country with
ate the first flakes hailed: for in green fields and hills. Then nestling be- ANTS^ Ni t .
colder clImes, a true Cartrtman mWs tween the Allts, Iess the ittle town of Ni-
be a white Chratmas, that s, a season of Bethlehem, with the stable, the Mother inr mn
snoweiad trees and snow-oarpeted earth. and Babe and the ar a all plaialy 12 N^rthn Parade
Then t here ar the bshoppgexpediti see, Here again, wituh te mee bee O U
when ildrea lshpaway toeshoom wha them, 4the good sew* te an tols brfaI' n*-1. in suply.ing Rauebr Tys to 3
they w!h wbe to a -er motherr, brother s to tod doberhappyei dre. Iae r I I e
state r ot Ied o gits are givem In eto rner of the rov will be ea the .
abandanes. The hldrea too, write log ever-gree tree, ladeM with bright Sok A t-Goodv TwNo. o, t Steet, Mear W
letters to Santa Clas, and poest thbem at ad stars and other t0el deerantios Wj
anta ulaus P. 0.,' a branch of which brightly lighted by dose of ,andlesa If. .....
can be found In many of oar store. the tree is strong ad larIm eaahs, the -ea a. m. 5 P.
Santa is very real to the Aomy ift are often hm ea w h there ..
and girl The street are green with the deorations, other they may be foead
Christmas tees of sprae and p e, ad bameath the tree. Theneooms o the yha
tho' thousands of these are brought from time of giving of XsI eaoh to the L. m
the toress for sale, It would be hard to No Is aforgottes. Children, parent
an .ne street shop e sa hreestama and are with the Mr ta e
to.6 Every = nme, however hme, all gathered togeth r .er o the joy of _a ...l.... lu e
makes ome attempt at Christmas deeora- Christau ve .. ..
tton. ver and mistletoe, and bolly Bet even on Christmas Ee, little wis Gol Medal. Leal "---
wt f ._, ber ,.ries1 e e oeetired, aad eye s W to droop. Be w a Q e o y e ..
wth i.its t1 the re O 0 u" .b Hav a eGoodear tr am y7rW e 58,o DUKE ST.* I ngAtta
Ide, and for thamoe bemoeing 1orrOW ter alldla e ewhe hab t a" e- Is lur e am otw I at 01 6vS QL giii
and troub seemed to be foigotetn, and fore, hewaver weary, td he isk"odhave dmr th 1ea. PrveT a"a. low 60,_ r I__"_ .
every onse Is ha b hee e iefully hug pfor Bata Class to nd loeese belt., ad adds to coefort of ,
As a child was certa", and ay All; good old Santa who never falls owner ad bone. Lil Deaoal O 9s Peil ad
* opinion has nt yt changed' that ofbael about mid-sg to dash with his deer wkmuf t~r P ei.
the places ti n r th a mgght he drawn sleihp, ad slipping dow thea s Ama n a r .
spent, none could compare cwhme thLe eb eyla eaob waiting d stookingfL Ovaer aft Tnn is@,. I IsaU- .t a
little town of Bethlehem, of which we Eyes may be heavy some umernaiu. j 0 VUmOiDO y ( ae be a, Sm t.- pI.
stug. Not indeed, the original town of but not so Christmas mora1ne. e sais.9am. 4s* 3 P.ML
that name, bet its name sake to Pensuyl- very early the patter of little eette O RU O.S. a
vanla, a famous Moravian centre ia heard, aad happy votes exclatem 'Why wmou ,uaxomz..
Amerioca. I sll feel that nowhere Its Santa hae been here, and only see what r o m t-oV.- !ro pa. .a_
tl sow wher, the ree gre-,- the he heo eagh e pt ease of
hospitality warmer, the good sheer better, 0 the joys of childhood I and everyone e rg an orderfothe reparaBion
the Christmas service more beautiful and seem yoeang when Santa Is around t WrsOe o r lrft o ithe prSrto oafO the
hearty, or the atmosphere more thorough After greettings and wtahea have ofa grv s tObeeft y at he s Oe (Wtled Poaf aad h e
ly pervaded by the true spirit of Christ been exchanged and g have been daly er ofo the Semeteyd t lebrias Ste5latwed ?e&adO a
ma., than here. Bethlehem was originally shown and admred, preparations begin n ;rders
a Moravian settlement, where the Mora- for good cheer and good eating aboard. It to requested that burials-may be ear- Sat etion guaranteed. Orersmay be
vian Miaslonarles went to the forks of the Those of the family who can do so, go to rned out In dae tiue, and thati the Reper 'eft at Rvlen's Times Store, 1,8, Harsom
Deleware to carry the gospel to the church to worship God and thank Him may not be reqalre4 to attend to Ordera sItreet, Kitsestom
hasthen red Indiana Thongh noW the fr tbh Gift of M dear Son. iere hearts later than Is aeoesary,-.up*eulaly after i muO''Au a
site of one of the most famous as eel are uplifted by the staging of beautifal uanet. 0 Gfw t
plants in the world and a leading Uni. Christmas carols and anthemb-Dudly Attention is also asked to Regulation ___
versity, and spreading over portions of Buck'. Brightest Bet,' and some No.9, which requires Information to be rI7 EAT I Ladet and Gematlemaa
three counties, It remains a strong hold o Bach's Chritmas msti belng given to the Keeper as to any extra slse W' Old Germeate aad Lain 6ean
of Meravia'am, and retains maty of the among the number. Then home agatn *Is eoffia. -hem t*
old oestoe and practtse. I have to the great ChItmas dloner, where the By Order,ICl FWGA 8. W
thought ibt soue tblug about a Christ- table has been length ned to its utmotf W O'BBLLY .OGARTY *
mas tI bithlehem mIght prove more to seeemmodqte not eoaly the family Olrk o< naeaj). 0yW & fmea ter, US ba SS. E m

12 A M A, ( C A T. I MS 8 Christmas Number,
,- ,. ,, -., .__A -v.iro -n --1 --
S, -.----:.:.- vat- on Army adding. Major Ogilvie's Rubbish Room."
e rI ANVD HAPPY psatMosl r. are-I wmas mn terested in reading
WAA i g is alway &' ava- Major Oglvie's article giving fo a peep
tton A^t wedU-l l-- The lawe bhi. ;tbbish room. I DD supply him
S iale -* Uaptals. ~al w mad Smtth at from notes in ray Rubbish Room with
the KingstoO Town Hall,& AsL.jaBMBowe i- nfrmstioo relottiu to Major)
very representative crow to at e. Richard Whitworth. He was Ensign to
the room was tastefully ad teettvelY e Ktogston Militia 1830. Linut. 1833,
SI IN eoorated with flayp an flower andbe Optin 1838and M jort 1840. It mut
neath the electrle light It looked really have been tin his tUnaine his majority
SMs- pectaeular. Salvationista tin their glow that he w'm presented wi b the sword
vr S Will cure aing uniforms were scattered he1e and wMehicb Mjor Ogilvie now ha'. Major
an Ache, Pain, Soreness, Lame- thet amton the audience leading touches Rit.hard Whit ort hwas also Church-
Sof warin colour to theP eene. warden to 1843 and Treamnrer of W olmer's
ness, Spasm, Bruise, Staff-sptal I Ueb was- master of the school il 1846.
Ceremonies la the earlier part of the i have nothing g wi e on my notes re-
n h Bt "gathering and was as efficient' nd obligina speptint this functionary and I leave It to
R as rS casa ever. Among those preent in good others who have dabbled in the Island's
time were the Mayor and Mrs. Tait. history to tell n or.- hmnt him.
Those admitted At first eame in by ticket SpeAkuin of prehentdt(ion swords, it way
Neuralgia, Headaches and but at 6 50 general admktance was given be interesting to eive another cas,.
other almost the to the crowd and soon even standing apace Colonel David Hollingsworth who rose
many their things almost the wa ree. rom a Quartermastr in 1801 (then
instant it is applied. Major Clifford, the invaluable General Clarendon) to Colonel in 1835, of the
Secretary was oa the seen In good time Maneoster MilitH was, on 14th Xarob,
Sand alniot direetl, after the audiene 185. presented with a sword at a muster
fIt NsVW Fdl saw and aWled theColoeL of theaeester Top.
.It w-s 4 fry *eitiid 16t ofl people whO The Inseription on the blade was a
It COlta S N strayed eye and ear for salpa of thI a.p- 0 toe f rrappett hom the Manebester
proseh of the Bride. When she did Ap- Troop.' In reply Col. HoUogteworth said
ear it was a sut prise to Some, Dot o- he had served n the Manchester Horse
< and is clean and easy painted with the simplicity of Army 43 years and he trusted the sword would
to use. methods, to see that abe wore the ordt- go down to his son now serving In the
ary quiet uniform of blue merge. This same troop,
It is the oldest, was'erossed with a white sash on which Col. Hollingsworth died at Brumalia in
Sr appeared the words 'God first.' She was Manchester on 30th July, 1840 at the
TTmost reliable, quick- attended by the eldest daughter of St. ff- age of 74 years. Hit widow died in 1852.
est to act and most Captain and Mrs. Leib who was in white O The son mentioned 4y the colonell was
and carried a bouquet. The Bridegroom the Honorable Juhn Reid Holllogswnrth,
sure to cure of any had been on the platform for some litie who was Custos of ManebeAter (in 1845)
liniment made. time before this. Him there was nothing and a member of the Houne of Asenmnly
to distinguih. His dress was the ordi- for Manchester from the year 1850. He
s I At &d M SL. enary uniform. He was accompanied by was also Cornet in the Manebester Militia
5eilgt o Shaw, lIn iMi, and In 184 W became Captain.
The Volo9 opened up with a few It would be interesting to know if the
For Sale at Hylton's Times Store, ia8, Harbour Street, Kingston. ies a e JUL _y t n the-pons of the
mrwas offered by staff Captain Leib W, A .F.
--Wlh ,. e sang a oml .
-, + Jll- i -:.m.L: i -': .Y Ie1iu esesmony proper followed
rm. ^^E m IT o theread/"imn eofl s.ome pasa of Scrip Ocho Rio. Agricultural Soci.ety.

|RiJ f r Uwa Marriage Uffieer THE IST ANNUAL AO.R LTURAL SHOW/
ad am urviee was very muneliUe the ---"
ual form, wi this exception that there This will be held at Buokfield Common,
were ntrodueed certain solemn promises e IkInd permiion of F. A. Morris, Zpq.,
Sf loyalty to de Army embodied in Artoi- oday, January lIt 1906. Every effort
oflo si to t Army embodied is being mae by the energetic Seeretary
Te f war.oo ked the Bride on Mr. L. C. B. Yeoa, Ocbo Rio. P.O.,
the eonelusion of the ceremony iand the and the Committee to secure a booming
crowd cheered rapturously. success and there is re' procuiue oi a
The next item was the singing of a big event
wedding unby a number of 'Maide of The Commitote4 is .9 folows : Pre&f-
Honour.-eTe little girl all dressed in dent, Rev. C. V. Frnser, Messrs. A. B.
t white represented the different roes here Geddes& E M,- q ita, E H. Harrson,
Among whom the Army works, black, J. B. Moequits, P. A. Cry, B Harold
white and brows. They all bore bouquets. Walker,W. J. Peot. W. B. Harrisoa,
U osign nShawta spoke. Oe had known E. S. Taylor, T. Watson, E. Cox, T.
.- 6,,aptaSnGlmes 12 months and had proved Wilmot. C. F. Oox, .R Corbet, and H.
him a stnaudth omarade and true. The nk
beaten was qf tnas beatman for the The Rules incluIe the following re; ula.
eod .ld ot promise tiona sand conditions.
Ito wlda thra nbscribers. of So and apwards will be
0 f low. fwen3ti *ttled to one ticket of admission for
1U kMrs. Jk se ba ka the each 5k sobsorlbed. and exhibitors are en-
too '0 tke fo ah entry of UIve
ebM Ehibits will be eelived from 6 o'clock
a on w-n -arral on the m jra of the Show. A- exhibit
S-n. .t be in the Show Grout do and at their
Outet s AU Othe 0 'will commo" at 9 o'clock,

T ean l .e ant be to th ow will be 6d,
1Cltlnives All vehiclOtherse U aaw h ea hr
llo Sevants biatalg exh bitt to the Show

NEW YORK AND EVERYW RS EI ussbeltdtc a r t o amihted .as he
e na eloedt with the aging of compared with fall amunmt of entrance
S.. -.- w ."-. ... N B xees must be provided by x.'lbltors

...__-. :_ SShow Oos.d before 4 o0elok.
emnaln .iml,, tae$ g ..gaa.--"iX.tor 9 The elsem are onamero anod sarion
ia agT_ 4 lt Ia ---,i iEI and the pries numerous. We nr!.e .11
-&- -.fOt_* ._. r. = --l, snage- -;-e. Netit s 11 a o rldem heartily support te show.

" "-at r ivery Point, Price always at Lowest PoBit 1 o twellu im, xep ted ,".
PLAKUS i** one th 1^ oes1tim feed ler Umtsmn as tell as there. 'e 1 0 ^s we* Ad the Op... of the erreasm
ia1 1i m t, the moet i wee artnhia to
S- 4 g bleSsthele a~y on !hast evoted man,
,, ISgamaga is0 I the late Patter Damim.


Deoembet 9, t190



Th9(iO 4f tnTjbbTrs I Wow. RM ro/U ifo. London.
On a cedar boS OtNu great ar Jb wopd., = I easo ty a week pase with.
A JabberlagA crow, of mightt' and j oaper rder hsri h out
T a hould ,'; ... l m j"of adulterated drinks. and it
Talked 'Ygtb one ya gat ulvuu y, u a'ACn tho isc of all this to gles
Of men and manners, of Obarhb and partti'us of the methods of a Arm
State; "iboe ,pibtto. It give the pablie
Of crop, ano prices, of love and hate. thepwrest t, W aM atoat that brai"O,
To the cheep, cheep, cheep of the haum- care, and Ioney ua WPrdsee. M ew
ming bira. V .M. r & fip, present enprs.
In the gratetfl shade whieh the cedar igte= 5 don. V6|e
on th. u rabt M d iwl'd world
Mids the lime stone. a bark gw e o em o o Doe s. Bd
crened from the rain, and the saun's a btier mand do ot woof~ e
finesquestv -6rs oa bt the ttrC
Theb of the chee, cheep, humm to

Now an orchid rre, near the wee bird's This sNqd 2lt fa a mot aimou sOo
bower, oe, for. ule the DBeer is woperly
rling lovingly there, its choicest U iwer boled a S M4bthee, the eonse.
Which reflected in the pool below, quenow wilt be dsteem. .
Twixt the tangled roots, where anixt .- : JqSlt. tM a bMo Ale tarns
thin agso, e ahd arntf the ,oti, wbheer if
In the cold moo 1kh, or blle glow no
When hebtd is the cheep of the h -um rain in o____d_
mine MrA titut of amn of t id B



L..fl...#^k#L,& A kL qlkl1 -- UUUDU. r*'Il 9 auI .r



H. Hunt, Proprietor,

2, Hewood Street,



throgh t ruano d flavor which uur d i4u ruu my 1 1 01
And the noisy crow through the tropic ine condition. Every brewing takes a
day. certain period = -m 4"fpr _sa-d
aLid more than he said, or wie to say; should not be s oobfere If Ale
Till at last his mate, warned from the *ere bottled for exportation a it is fi lllrsth d I I ga F
West, received from Mesrs., B[Ui & Co., theV ig ars
That the shades of night, the dells result would be a miserable failure. C
caressed, Prolonged storage of the Beer in butts,
Sought under her wing, a welcome rest, before bottling, involves aplet Aellarage which are carefully made of the very best Native and Havana
To the cheep, cheep, cheep, of the hum- accommodation, but their cellars, unlike
ming bird. so many bottling oellarn-althoauh con-
t the garrlous crow still jabbered on dn the ot massive manner, ae fillers, and of the choicest Summatra Wrappers, all of which
Bute g a crow still ab..-. neither dark, gloomy, n r dirty. 0. ser
The why' and the 'whatu .,' hi.s thread- contrary, they atrh-t 4 dry
And the hv.oi bird, that temoo. perf ys. tha abt are my own special selection, and are purely hand-mide. I
Sighed long for the light, of erement able ee -ft of storage thm Ale
nTo e~. haltw th, a.n gloo "I. eS aS shall be pleased to quote my special prices when ordering in
cheep ; eep, cheep, cheep; piged4 ar whic
e *honar birdaM ra prwsi ed by bolMIne, e of ate 1000 lots aad over. When ordering, please state grade of
For her early nap, Mrs. Crow was blaest, Read' brand all over thirtftf-- --
dSo ed p, .rd, he aen ad i ew!ef wsrld if strength required: Mild, Medium or Full Strength.
Do the sugar market cables phowa 6aad1 acm b0ctal their Iai6ar16k "erh
& ri or a fall, are spments slow Ing brand in the uttermost warts of the
Are the planter's ap high or low? world. 3 I De 1I l p"W li t e ai P0sII 1P I .
They are cheep, heep, cheep; piped To ,1iustrate the eeor-o- trade doe
the humming bird. by Me Bead Bra., the two following "P -i T L I +t
facts will uCioew. 6i ae impiortsf at f,. ,i--.
The prized banana, with its many he.ds nmalt liqn (ae, beer Cstout)
Which is daily pushed, 69. pher Jand; tbo the states log's Read'
Is the road to fortune smooth or steep. formed 48 per cent, apd in like manner
.Do the many laugh, or mapy wkpeP, ol Zaland. te -L.&-4 .. ,riC AT;.L Lj AU_ a- ...
Is the 1iarhelt ricf, which groweEtr"irp IaTnre-eta be so question as to its. popu.
It is cheep, cheep, cheep; piped the laity in Jamaica. Forriy tey were
humming bird. ap in plt and quarts, e M D.
The pop,(# t, aU* 4 U, .at- -
ofsa c o st ,,t w.h e ha Excepoionales ....2 0 0 Governors .... 1 0
The ripenting erops, of this fa Ie, -~ S hp.'- w Favoritas .... 1 15 0 Rains Victorias .... 1 0 0
Where natur wears her bhapptt smile 1 p1e lr with picnic, lrta 0
Is three no margin oae In toa whfle Pa W _., La Flor Predilectos.... 1 .1 0 Loo rei **** 0 16 0
But Ih ee. iep c pl ej .rk b do.e aw w Diplomatioos .... 1 12 0 l* *
-v 'sa n' ... d a&r t pl d .,4 1erreo Ps "1,ales.... 0 19 O
You're creatare queer, was the black keepa otle lotherbi1ds .... 110 0
..d's _, __ ,. eut TrN mhertee e o._..,^,....- ,=___ .. .0l 0
Aq the wes bird flhed to an tpoma, y he sa. The e M w He Life ...1 10 0 ~... 1
It appear to me coM e sun orto t w n of th"at... T-ehips th as-- Hi.h Lu e ow 0. 10 i
You've nothing to lo, no point i Ho ry Clay ... 110 0 0
-proce.is and... botm ti e hoIrse in RiMs ComerciantM 1 10 Y _pra Bo.,et z,4
A conceited mite, a mad re ra thre separate waters a"d fi nally e vt" s .... o
And its .eep, cheep, enepe, piped the mined before a bright gas flame by men Predilecto. de la Noblea 1-- 8 0 Cabinet Boqqu ---
beaming bird. whoee eole duy to e that .. .
And now Mr. Crow, I'll ten you the way, bottle is perfectly lean. Measra. F. L. Regalia Gracioa .... 1 6 0 etit Bouquets .... 0 8
Row to be content, theveag day : & ~ *Begalia Cabinet .... 1 6 6 P^ .... 0 ,98 0
I cast away care, I'm not unkind C 1 6 6 P
O'er the wooed hills, Ia v.ales I find. At Kilakead'sa Memorias deWashington 1 4 0 After Suppws 0 orO 0
Sweet shtg~ ftor my nest., my bustis -Wa s Young Ladies 0 7i
mind. Mesrson, D Kitkead, Ltd., have Union Made ...... 4 0 ,0 ro
And its cheep, cheep, cheep; piped the made ample prpematloan for the large Tender and Tre *
humming bird, demands they are expecting on their stock Golden Star .... 1 0 0 (in packs of M I ". 0'
This bit of advice, made the crow irate, b lete foo t SteIla Bouquets .... 1 0 0 Yaras 0
He swept from the bough reted urable. Hamgroe wead P te 0 8 0 Yaritsa.. l *w a
ate; everythingg for the good old plas pudding.
You will not listen, to my appeal, eal thin article inpse e e *
InluirtlOh-ut bi ; a hak% poor V ;both attractive and moderate In pries
I'll talk of the world and always fee that will form rally nice presents;a t 'ldtI 1 I 1 3 1 -t'
You are cheep, chep, cheep, pipeptfeds and relaos. iU ,U fi.
humaing bird, "' and rt, o n '
Then the cheep, cheep, bird, flew after a Sf The Thriving Company."'
things, o r I guarantee the purity and standard quality of,
Which hung in the day's short linger- The Montpelier OCigar Companys ahad ,,, ,,
ing". 'a record .,ear. ThuirR- lltats my cigars, which are purely hand-made, .
*The pass otof over hill ai plV0a_ have on o y* et _y 0
The curtait of night to drawn a aio, favour acd we are informed that the de
And a nightmrej racks, a poor crow' mand Is so great tbat the Factory em- 101 rail 0
brain; ployees can hMrdly oope with it. their W wholesale and Retorail S'tore. "'
Its thq cheep, oheep, cheep, of t we ham cigars are alqo well known for their ex-
ing bird. eellenee and have obtained the, Grand
E. ASTLEY SMITH, Prix at the late Cr.tal Palace Exhibi. NO. 2-, eJeyWIOOd StrAeet

f- C *

1 JAMAI CA T IMES Christmas Number,

.CHRI'MAS CARDS. The o upp Co.
128 Rarh .r Street is running
strong in Christmas .Clds hant o The Headquarters for Jamaica Curios and souvenirs.
maintain the reputation that iQUITE READY FOR BOTH
won in 1904 of havingthe best col- WE ARE QUITE READY FOR BOTH
loction on sale in Kingston. CityXMAS SEASONS
the thousand on view, and country
folk should mail their orders forth-
with. Very special attention is paid With a Large and Up-to-Date Stock of Interesting Novelties.
to orders from the country, and the
greatest care taken to make for ab- Jippa Jappa ratsi -We make a specialty of these and sell quite a lot,
I pursatest are slto makett oul evel fo Woc* vwmopl., because we buy the right quality and shapes and we do not
I|retathed r sent purchasers a selection that could ask exorbitant prices When you require one you will know where to go.
i ed it em 69 not be surpassed if the buyers were on Xeathor vw eat xands -For above hats, 6d. each.
Sthe spot themselves. "The "* MUady Belt.-" A thing of beauty." Appreciated by every
There is a very large range to lady who hao seen it. In red, white, blue, pink and black, 1/6 each. Post free 1/8.
Then the children, and now choose from and as great a variety. Stookitlg uIRsp--"*4e,-s.-The "Velvet Grip" 1/6 per pair. The
the grandchildren. Some particulars will be gathered Mlt.ary 1/- antt 1/6 I.er pair Post free 1/1 and 1/7.
A 1/- per pair. Poet free 1/1.
A yer s Those who wish cards in packs will j.OMIER Y.-ladile', Obtldren's and Gent's Hose and Half-hose at from
^- find themselves suited to a nicety d. per piutrpwarde. All good value,
hefrry Pectoralof both in price and in quality. While L&e.O LUrLm'm. Brgaine at the prices, 6J. and 91. each. Post free
ah rr C p I U I Q I those who prefer the purchase of 7d. and 10d.
The oldest and best remedy single cards will be equally pleased by =MNl BR MCES.-Tbe original and geonine President at 2/. The
for coughs, colds, bronchi- what is offered them. weil-imown French Braces at 9d and 1/ per pair. Poest free 2d extra.
tis and all throat abnd lun- Among the packets for the benefit HAT BLEACHAC -The great restorer of Old Straw Hate. A friend of rich
tis, and all throat and 1u ng of those who wish to send orders by ana poor alke. Will lean any old or discoloured Natural Straw in 5 minutes.
nioubles. Beware imitations. mail, we may mention in particular, Dan't throw the old hate away. 61 and I/ per picket. Post free 7d and 1/,
in Mrse ad smaL btUsM. The Favourite" costing only 6d DeCourcy's Tooth-Nerve Deatroyeer.-Has mnade a last
Avoid constipation. Has.ni a cure by the ng, favourable impresioo, on All who has nued it. It is now recognized all over
of Avcr I Wrs. poQ:age Id extra, and containing 15 the Island a& The Standard Remedy for Tooth-ache. DeCourcy'b amel pro
FwMprby Br.J..AyerC..Lowell.MM.,IU..A choice Xmas and New Year Cards. videos the utmpl st and chea-pest from of filling your own teeth at home. 1/ per
." Fair Days" with 12 cards, costing packet each. Post free 1/.
Jti- M O -rt .V i s le. postage Id. These are very fine SOJP.-Wlllism's World-famed Toilet aod Shaving Soaps-Yaakee Shavi
S1cards and not simply oddments. Then Tablet 6K, Shaving Stick (none like it) I/ Rarbers' Shavinr Soap. Iarge roll 6d
8. King Street, there is the Christmaa Wishes" each, Pine Tar and Glyoewine Toilet Soap. a delightful soap, large oral
Stakes, exquisitely put up 8 in a box, makes suitable present. 91 each, 2/
oRICKETING GOODS. packet containing 40 cards, splendidly per box.
assorted and costing 2s, postage 2d. Milkwmr_ Al iteh me ConeLexlon eal.-
BaSt for the Boy I Bats for the Youths Friendship's Token" widi 25 cards Soft and nothing to the sktn Softas hard water. arvelous val- 34. each.
Bate for the Men costs 21 6d, postage 2d. ansilkr -All colours, 2d per ball. Box of 1 dos. by Coach, 2/3d..
Prtie rangitn from 1I to Wes each. The cards are of all kinds and de. T lowZm Toilet Pwardex'.-In decorated tins (large size) 3d each.
BALLS. BALLS.. BAtLLS. signs; celluloid, velvette, hand paint- -rnmaic Wiewrs aGd Poscoa'ds.-A very large variety to
la BRbber, TComposition {and Leather. ed, cpmic sentimental, and scenic. aelea from.
For te Baby. For the Boy. hMa x lor P esrrmd e -The finet made in the Island. This is what
For the Youth. For the Man. The store has cards at from Id up, xperst say. dave you tried our Gtava Jelly ? It to unlike any you have tasted
Whre else eas yoa et such an asort- and others at from 9d up. yet. Put up in Oval Tumblers with tin aaps, 6d eoA.
meet Some are beauties, and will In addition there is a line of pretty Stax CigM Cuattx 'si -Used in all the leading Cigar Stores. 6/6d each*
harm tle infant as much as the other calendars, and the store is crammed Nati-ve-mad6 Shell & Seed Brooohes.-Pins, Charms,
may give pala to thb e!der. Prices from ete. Real beauties.
3i ed, is, Is 6d, 2s, 2s 6d, 4s, 5e, 6s 6d with articles of alt kinds suitable for autes.
t~io 8* 64 Christmas presents Maake The "G Oenm" You, Frind.-You will be squarely and
to B Christmas presents. houaetly dealt with and what we haven't got we will proore for you. We think
XMAS Is COMING. nothing a trouble.
Don't fo I am prepared a grand An Excellent Work.
all.fewrk, eta.. e*m We understand that t he Nurses' Uaion The 78
JUTN McCARTHY Committee' now issuing an aeount of (See the Sign.)
S tho work for the past year. The Arch
Mashe is President, Lady Swoetteham
CHOC I RIOS. an l. T. L Rob S.. Vi PrsI4 a ,oe Soo 6ty
Mrs. elake, Bon. !rsis and Miss F. a
Agaialt1ral93how 33 9.
Agrialtural Show rke and Mrs. Burk, on. Sees. .l.. Oe.0 m 10 Put Stre9 lmA gseOn APIt 96,883 38 9d.
TI. Comumtte boo es"Ibbed a Bureau
to NurNes and any doctor or patient ean Oteeter-AHo.. Jo Prtal M.B., C.M.G'., Oblbrmsan Ven. Arehdemon G. W.
uP First Anmnal Show will be held a em a nurse at any tume by telephoa. Dewanr, D y srman ;Ron. L. otl. A. Planook ; Samn 8outar, R.,
T am kl n T a w y 10L 190L reetre w e SHwaooonr, 97 Sawo w St, C .u "* I dstm- to Sh e _ _
j ary IWt Kties Twenty-eight awes have al. -s..tu l. M at u sl* giest tlbm. hsstl5

Sa..=.,.o' ',- ,-- The BeeHive tore
She 11 s0 t45 W a S o e
to so a uas" thrpough yndeUrsad
AwaLL ON MD end ln k mn ovaer whe her werk ad has saved m libve en p
Ph-t Lim J. e OiUDAYS. I want ihes tto sarteda *er work Na u to 11art
eSs. ss o fors, o"e" Is crammed wiah Beautiful

I5is5 blink.- Thi Ohori Union.
lll, 3biT, meaes sad hilteto eastaa recently, Dr. John *
a, : Di 8o No u ol ~ In every department, specially ordered for the
d taoma rw Ooa oThe mbelaes o( the S es
baH kth4]e-M t .t od, t t sd my who a to at ae ****h*e

roft llR I^Xn~l~itT U __ l It to be kiown that a

.0- n l -s w Y V* GeCM CDMert will take piaee *
W.g2lWBSSei, Sebeel ohagel a tCraitltse, em a36th R|9t OW NOW J100 .
VAL Ise astn Special Show Now P oceeding

DecemberP, 1905 JAMAICA TI ME I5

Steamship Movements. Football Pass. REGISTRATION OF TITUM.
DEOEMBER l0r. In last week's note, please read Aret Form A.-Application to bring Lands under the Begistr
ARo RV-. year of Leagne 1888-9-and the Le e lion of Titles Law, 21 of 1888.
Admiral Dnwe). fro Bioston. 12th. of ster formitLon should road the 8oUath.- WUas the several Partles mentioned below avs applied to hbav A zIo
Hippolyte Dremol., from Philadelphia Leg. heeln repetively described brought onder the RegIstriatiof Titles L ihr
m, from o rr, 8s Alterations on the Rules should later- of IS I and the Referee having provi ly aioovadof the 3ant.
DelA from outport, 1th, 6 .m. est players. In Rle 1l, tosert after words TIes for te said lnd, and having dir" that pb" a o se~
Deta from u or 6a more. than 28 ae,'- tm. following. P lei below, nd that Notl be served onthe i^ us. pMeedeS,
Ocm, from 8antiao de Cot, 17th. The outer etoig 94 the ball mua be of of. or owning be adjolUng Ladas.
Port Ktngston, from Bristol and Ber. leather, sad so material shall be used in
mnda, 16thb. the construetlo of the ball which would TAs Is thertore to Notify all person having any uterest In or oleae
biberia, from hew Ywax, 15tbh. cositute a danger to tbe players Me mid Lnds mnestimed below that in efss no Oarvea forbidding the
Frike. from Halifax soand Santiago de In Role 9, tfer push a a opposent othe 'thteay aoftshe idLadsuberecevedby me or before tl4wel
Oaba, 16th. the following was added, Charging is the prlod limited for lodging Caveats rep g ay parcel of Lad INP
Orinoco, from Southampton etc., 16th permissible, bat it waut not be violent or below then I shall proceed as by Law teG, th Ltads andrS the Iqes .
Trent, from New York 14th, 6 &a. dageronu,' and iustead of 'ipeding an Ion ufthe saM Law. H.?. PO YAT, Begie.ra o f"it6i.
Beval. from London etc., about 16th. opoonent' the word obstructing' was N.B.-Forms of Caveat may be had on applI.atiu at the Oe2 of theb6 1fe
MU xican, from Liverpool direct, 10th. subttuted. Barracks, Kinston.
Swab, from Limon, 14th. Rule 0, will to future ad when a
Lowlands from Now York ad out free kick has been awarded, the klaker's
ports, 14th. opponent shall not approach within six s 'i
TO DIPART. yards of the bell unless they are standing .
Admiral Dewey for Boston, 12th, noon. in their own a line. The ball mut at P- t
3Hippolyte Dnamo for Philadelphia, least be roled over btforet shall be coa. Wame of Applicsant. s0 ;T
12th, noon. sidered played. It must take a eom.ptla -
D Its fr outports (east) 12th, 68 .m. circuit or travel the dteance of Its eireum-.
Oteri for Santiago de Cuba, 18th, 6 p.m ferenHe. The kicker shall not play the
Siberia for Oarthagena and Limon, 16th, ball a second time until it has been p
1 p.m. by another player. The kick off, eornar 2nd December, 1905. -
Oriaooo for New York. 16th, 5 p.m. kick, and goal kick shall be free kicks Eugene Demetritai All that pieee or parcel of Land
Trent for Colon, etc., 14th, 4 p.m. within the meaning of this law 10:-- Staco, of Aux part of Torrington lands now known M
Reval for Havre and London, about 18th A goal may be scored from a free keik (ayes, in the Re-: as No 3, Place Geffrard situate int
Mexican for Colon, 10th and lltb. which is awarded because of any infringe- public of Haiti, the Parish of Kingston, containing
Sarola for New York, 14th, 7 a.m. ment of law 9, bu.t not from any other Gentleman, and : from North to South 100 feet ano d S
Lowlands for Oolon directs 14th, 4 p.m. free kick, Alice Magdalene: from East to West 50 feet be the "
In Law 15, Instead of the' referee s*all Staoo, the wife of 1 same more or less and butting and c a3
THE JAMAICA DAY S HOOL throw the ball up and' read- shall the said Eugene: -bounding on a street called Place 4.
THE JAMAICA DAY SCHOOL throw it down where It was when play Demetrins Saoo. : Geffrard, South on a lame fomerly
CATECHISM. wl suspended,' and before the word lled LaneGefmrard ow eslladBv
the players on either side shall not play 'S Las, East on lad formerly of Mrs. I
ADOPTED IN CANADA. and the Rule will read again throw It o tily Smith bat Sow of C. ]
-- down.' Duan, and Wet on land formerly of
The following statement will aterest In tate 16, delete the words be within Harriett Bedford bt now of .
many of our readers. the goal area,' and substiute 'sot ad. eT
The Arobbishop of the W t Inde ha vance beyond the goatil le. Anthe dd Mt Nov. Mis. lao
been informed from time to the that the of the same Lw the following wasddd let .- a A -. L
leading edueatlonal workers to the -' If when a penalty kiek Is tUOmv the o^,si t uteat ast P r I
Province of Quebec, Canada. haTve been ball pa-sses between ithe goal posw under -U,, hVo.a1b M, etm SL 2 ,
discusitag the question how to supple- the bar, a goal shall not be' naullid by th am fSitU*I of ad" M 4 b
me"t the existing religious teaching to reason of any Infringement by the de- Mary Planter. atie 5 oers, JI& orles,
the day schools. There as la Canada fending side.' a 'is ofBhoS
generally, the Roman Catholics have Definition of term :- S5 ,a -
their own separate school arrangements. A free kick Is-now reads, A free kick Adsiam MI as s t on lPW0an r t S 8
The Arehbshop has now been- authorita. Is a kick at the ball In any direction the Mal RM o n o n m e r ~r
tively formed that on the 24th of No- player pleases when It is lying on the 1Sal Road ing from Camber.
member, after many meetings, the Board ground' well to Annott.o Bay.
of Public lnstrmction for the Province of A place kick, a free kick or a penalty 1. 1 90
Quebec agreed to recommend the kick must not be taken until the referee 16t November, 190.
adoption of the Jamalea Day School has given the signal for the ami.' Albtia H. Sr, AU ea 1m owI .M. E
Cateehlm Mad itse t sopple.entuay Local lvdrilaus derby over last Sate- the wife of Alex- situate In the Parish of
to the present syllabus of Se ptnLe day. wander Anats in th s Island, est ino' by1
soon. And the Afnal decaslon was also t ope aga the wiarne goas to Rater, of rm s fro N th o Souh 7 U8
make no alteration whatever to the Rors forgo thr shoMag boot. Mark Lao Kg. feet an Ba to West I S
Catechism; but is will be preceded by a Hope elaim all for pot. ato. GUenma. e the %11 gg 4g s b"t
brief prefaea. to be written by the Head But t-e teams an fairy matehed. 88A "
of the Methodist College I Montreal Positos In Jamsale league to date.. of 4114 1117 4hd d am b a-
who is the Chatiea of the Board of Played wou lost goals ait. poit t
Public aItraeotl. In fw the ope 4 1 it 4 -he I
Archbishop this nfmation, te o of Roveis 1 0 9 S 4 0 e u r.otdof na HhI I
Quebec wile expreastng hs own eatts- d Mu jr u i ji
tcmonat mi c oMof e qseatl., RIDAY'S MABU ES. bAt New e g ato or to he pa0
says that i will have the teal that .a ..l MI. m aniu ns usm. mII
vast number of yng peopm will now a is itat atir aCapbefl.Mnr. sad Wet ea Mlark lame.
learn these great ra lagInt it 1* mn willb ra" e to ast peerage a Er.
their parent and guardians ad to their al wi d th party In th HoRes
alorgy l94 S'day eheel teacher to I
and!3 .... ''. II I I ........... thte"mitINlllll
moe I I hope and beieve thatB udan" _m go too
work. -thri.u re b ee*ito 6me6s a;a1st 1 6ves of FOR NEW YOR.-Tbe AR.M., Orioo will *il on the 16th D member
will provw to be a great oe et son, h n*a Manatin who au d to the Japa. eAS! CAMo savoIC for Louio1 & ayV-4B.M.8. Reval to ate aba Ith b.
-w sft .how we a. (and odd our .eatee. stwat- ,eso
Rema 11astho1e .inbbte r r as l web "ere o ta t ma ad. 00" OOAWN W Oe. 8"RVIOZ.
eart s aree tI the whole of this nine- t he Mt o m wk to redf. Te strik- The 8. ARNO, will ail a the Wetea nrete o Meoday Menlg 18th D~ N.
tt ofteSa Depoet and hat we Or an laig y t* to maIa to her, taing height ad peM ge.
only differ m regards the oo.-enth-a tshtr peat. o, and morae man es Thene Ai" eaeets- at KMston with the Mair steam fo i M1W, 1H11
4-ast whiae should sa ly press upon as, reAorted rti u ta d Wert nll. Isdlan. ndw the Mal Steamer for New Ye k.
that in God' own good time, reni..a to Ie "o igieu i vett Threughi teght to all satlinmenas portse, t Pt reu, w1bet teMs
not, as so many ay and think It is-ean $,00,000 for tMe PFame Caml* ship nt at Etaod. Stamped Silis of ,ading eaa ebtaed at tha se.
bean sold to Nw yok tor 414,30. A Ths steamer has aceommodatonm for let elaum p
The Circus. mre was sold at the see tame for T- '-

and Variety Co.'Is In the city and Is The Athena"um. T.".S itn.. W W s og WlM a Sunda
giving performaaoss at the Theatre Royal -
as be booked at Meesr8, Soll. and The Isbe th _______ on The Romane of the Union Jack.' N'. Ar ***na *
Church Music. Phrenology. s wer. .1 ZrWU .Ou iw w.
-- *.*. WANTED.-O0anAMaM-WhaS n ieasie os os of thbs MA M
All aware of the higL standard Ma. Er.^ aralt C tarMr. a welown g0nae quantities sd rjioe. The Pa will s5 e eeW yomtu sm Mwt-
de IMontaguac always sets before her in and popular pbreaologlst and lecturer. moleum Co. Ltd. 1 Gol St. Kingutoa. S oa r ati hills, or lan d S
whatever she undertakes, will not be frrm New York City, ti expect ir l o o. . qulet spa t on the bank of a wAvse
surprised to learn that Ihe favoured mem- mpbend the holiday asson at Kieteon, WAMTID.-Sltnation as M..her^ Red. yoe ea enjoy frsh aar and pareSe es
bars of the Athecanm on Monday night ata) will Is at tbe Hotel Royal la Eas. or Naurery Governes, by a young la'y o*
with a treat, in the l'ctn which *b Street. Mrs ruroer will weande stawi experience. Can do Plain Sewlin and Call sad inspet oms.
then delivered on the above subject gtve a leeture to the aiuse t8 of ihe Rhyal, Panty Work. Is willing to o broad i* RATPH A ADAM8,
The lectre we ac, pleaw^i to hoar, w i ai*d others lat'r.. tn tue eventig f ru quied, ail *compteveall waa s re b Af
be repeated at an early date. Wedaneday, lth. ts?. SikI se..ie home. Applj. i t a th OS .M

6 J AMAI A TIM 8 Christmas Numler,

8 0* 1 QuARTZa 1. 31 p.m. 0 6Mh 6S # M *
It *it. Moov 6 19 p.m. int I
19, LAer quat. 7. a.u. s far ai s thaa I I ,tt

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To Contract Advertisers. Ira -.m as 60
Adbster will please note that A a
be nut in not later than Wednes. UIWIhI,

ia l Land ; it visits in the British words were heard for the first time- After that moment .there never
W "Lr Y NE-WPAPER ANVD; West Indies, and in South Af- e" The birds singing gaily that came was such a true friend as' Peggie'-
A *A*JBL NW8APAPE AND rtica. In all these places slavery at my call," and, "* Give me the peace toys, candies, the favorite baby-chair,
___ _MAAZIM!N. in one form or another existed. of mind dearer than all." I had a all must be for the dear little girl
MI Df 0 i r: In England where there was no very vague idea of what it was that who, could forgive !
slavery of the blacks, and where made a happy home." Hi came, (" Jtsus") to bring
'the Negro neverbeen Ake ordinary hildr-n I muppose Peace on Earth-that is in the Home,
8- S-TIoN RAs: hi mit or thf the question had been asked me, in the Heart, yea it must be first in
his most egrado orm the pre- Why do you love your home, and the he. t dear reader, and thenA yvu
ntoand ps ee -- judice is partly unknown. The what is it that makes it a happy one ? will have found the secret of making
Sif, poet tr superior race saw them in their I should have mentioned dozens of a happy home.
for three months, pose free. worst form, lower than the things, very simple in their way, yet
Fw,.ei :- brutes, and viewed them with to my childish fancy indispensable to A CHEERY CHRISTMAS
8/ per annum, poet free. contempt, sometimes with pity, a happy home. I must also say it TO ALL.
M Address oommuniteons to and at last he was liberated, made was pardonably childlike of me not B OS. M ,
WALTER.d Propretor, free not by his own assertions, to hNve reoognised more in thoec PAUL'S ARESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Managing RXdu r and Proprietor, magBaTimity. P FE .RN. CHURCH,
T. H. MAcDRMOT, Editor. but through the magnanimity of days one of the ruling principles
128, Harbour Street, Kingston. the Superior Race. which was used in the building of Specially written for the Times Xmas No.
TulephoM No. 4 Hyltoan TimeaStore The black man has thus come to under te old roof, it d Though born and brought up in a
be regarded as the type of the in- indeed, the Peace of mind dearer oug ornan roug up in a
than all land where Christmas is not even yet
AGAINST PREJUDICE. fenror race. The lad who was fi -- .. o I fully aij6yed, and that chiey be-
--- totum to our parents may break 'K i one reat essential in ob. caue of e prejudice about i
PsIALLm Y w tUas FoR away from their service, yet when n that pea, and that we were P anduse of the prejudice about its
-T= IAsuc4 umft a_116 a lapse of years we the children eng to UP w "' forgive. n dwe for n ry .e a
meet him again, there' is a 1patron- nes--- no 'peace, w-itout forgive land- whm w hri-m-a-' tmore univer-
Ev y fair-minded intelligent ising air hot as in respect to him, what could be harder for a child, land whobserved and enjoyed by youner-
person who kuows Jamaica and and' we never think with all the after some wilful act of selfishness or observed and enjed by yng
person who temper JamaicaS .od and o, high a4 low, mhan any other
its cnstoms mast, however, un- kindness exhibited towards him of outburst of temper against a brother' day in theh ea I may be none the
willingly admit that the. is a treating him as our peer. This is or sister, to be made to approach that less but all the more uaified to
colour prejudice existing here, a exactly the feeling exhibited towards one and ask forgiveness,' promising speak forth a true Christma greeting
prejadie which natry : lead the Negro by the white man in never to do it again ? to
to opposition. It is a sort of Place where the Negro was held in Then the aggrieved party was also to m ew-them to yours the Timd e
ryp oppition, and ths som- servitude by him. The prejudice dealt with, finishing by rising the and through them to youIsland. ngBut my ex-
crypt p ons natural, and as intelli- guilty one and making friends, throughout the Island. But my ex-
people make the mistake, of say- ere b.re s natural, d no w This simple rule was practiced dy perience in both lands inclines me to
Sblacks we should not wax This si e p
-g there s iso otoue r quwatltu 6 mightily wroth" o thi damn- by day in that sweet old home, and I lghtlyaltMthe usual form o geet-
the Island ere is, it does ti" Wl this pre- think went a long way, not only to ng, und say*A obry Ch.rtma to
us ohar toadmit to a, is Kpijde$at in Slme? This is oa Ake peade but tkeep t in t m m n.e th ,m^yhrit d n-
a fac- It, iIseI in orrtedotlo '~*-t hich is of great impor. aart oonosed ,t y, erry a 6os mas
tr, Ls ret lf to the African race. My owm y th s ay, lookraor ar
It i. ot y accident only answer is undoubtedly yqs. If not ing to the outward fota0 of cei'emo. :- c tr t .
oe c s of the oommt r -h *NtFrl woel have a race- war, a ny, and the house with ts furishbi.shing I o 7 h. -
must I say two clasp 9 0itio which would not be condu and decorations, ad many and 'ight in Deem-
ooloured-a .to to be' At t i We to progrUssad peae, But this .a. Jdeh rtaeb ber; th* kt ar .snilg i. .ote
hind te ptors in f l 4 4 Ra p is Pd W te &0- abL way ecq on a reli.ip'iq ,dayJ sinifal, and
g A 4' -bblcorned wil even y die out. a ando rejoie i to beh it eoaos-
000211 he k- th iftelf- have aed to
wcte thoons Ih Y.s a~ c"-is&d.-- pity- o, the i so -" to.
Yo u-=, a S tem .a e is" I b,,ar hbot*

that he did mt o mso ad # t .i ,m 41 ,~* slug about it wheo nv-
C ris" -. L Iint '. % ^f
E-aSo_ .3 ir^s when *he Sb^rhI7 iu p w 1 sns samy --.s theseeg. ou never was designed
Sl 71 ...+ be prq hebd eHOM.E SWS Ate bau #Zprio wetie E wae our p les.",
idmt hiam r id e J4 s-- nid pleadtgs from the m. .kAd while that is trar of religion
a -- kion ougt-s-t wI e oh tite Itw

, ,t tiiB forha ny hade ne r pea : it eetsty
ft ruhp. we have equal oMa y hts wowd 0 ld as the U l ..ll# eaut up that black and filthy
4jyOKItilt -right. T hk '.e "iJMea `up, thel tien ^i!. Th Wa. chapel where the lnoer ,oy usual-
S" oay woad beto go ef quite in a way tho'of meltieven thut hard ly e; but when ade eight,
*e 'a s ftrsti w bt b the fitor is ltle creature, and it was very it gives many mpre pleasuresof a
i... -~Ltis a O practial,. a* jMi g tbe little agrl stil ,sAn. better kin, and op en
H' a.7 theitefre wo mast try and leave a smarting with paia-pat her arMs another channel, wider, deeper,
a 3SJ ,e, 8r p.jI Si sen. around the other neck and say [ I brighter, purer, and fills it to the
sk1 Thl pep eadaee is Many yeats ago, in the happy will forgive you Peggle, don't do it very brinks with joy more lustrous
...+ IBy ld in I aOkee sohool-life, wh. n those teasreurd again" and more full of g'ory.

December 9, 1906 J AMAICA TIM ES

Likewise. This gentleman, who by
S the wy oEvery teacher who ha
And hav iGood Example continued charge of
for Teachers. boys should lay the
oethe other hband. otre good example sety
nd ho ofo th hheeer ohtir m by Mr. George Lyons Brown of Mo.
n, A M C tego Bay to heart and go and de
likewise. This gentleman, wb
the way ia of the journalistic ,
having charge of a number otf she
boys has set himself to e thanly they
And so on the other hand. from Althou uanonsous of the pl a thinly secure what we again most are instructed in the useful, heashy
what I have seen in this new shaI cordially deAnd ire A Cheory Christ&s and manly art of swimming. He
dac sted still blends where friendship oto %l takes them weekly to river or sea frt
land, 'A Merry Christmas' seems to poitn ts bway lessons, and so sucesseul has he be..,
give license to some to produce some Young people especially are hap- that of ten boys who could not ewi
corruption of the joyous season. pier when in one %notherls company, STORY OF THE WEEK. a few weeks since, only three u.
Many of our people are so religious than when quite alone. And when -it &nglican orgaI- mained non-swimmers now. This is
that they are sure to be in atten- h 'k& '"* St. Andrew'a isation is growing into a wise and sensiblproodure, and i
dauce at Church on Chwdksmas morn C! eternalfsends ehip eS Braherk.od. increased power for gives us pleaseu-re-fter aentioning-
yet their way of spending the rest pledged. We mus however choose good. So important the fact in oar news columns to give
of the day is very remarkable; for our company. Forthoghbborn o is the part played in oar community k emphasis here. Nor do we think
if they see their way straight up- relations, and never ma got out of by the various branches of the that the teaching of swimming
stairs to bed at night, it must by ac- them, our duty and pleasure consist church that tends to knit togeth- need be limited to boys. Ladies in
cident. They would not consider is choosing, and carrying ourselves r any part of any of the mo charge of girl schools might very wetl,
they had kept Cnristmas in the pro. in the bent of them. And important denominations is direct- wherever circumstances make it
per way, if they did not verge on should you forget all else, I say please ly or indirectly sure to affect the possible, take up the matter too. The
gluttony and drunkenness. Some ponder over and remember this: general public. The work of the world of women would 'be happr
obviously think that Christmas can't TRUE LIFE OONSISTS IN THE Brotherhood is of great use to the many respects if more of the girls ol
be possibly kept except there be a GOOD FULFILMZNT OF RELA- Anglican branch of the Church, and the land were brought up as health.
great shout of merriment, nd TIONS. These, broadly making are of appreciable use to the island at ly and robustly as was Caadid
mirth in the house, and added to -T i nusbe, FIRM, FALE. large. One of its promises is, we be of George Piston's story.
that the boisterousness of n. No w ad FOOLISH tilauons, or good, jive. that members will make per-
it would be well If as a people we bad, and indeent frindshlps. The sonal efforts to influence other men fo a th-" i
would let our moderation bte known Yag for goo- -Th ey heve onlyWI arry- -Dengetrs for at o of^ the D
unto all, by avoiding the extremes ith ". sw. o k s -ad tas programme out faithfully, and Wo to the rmm
of both classes of religionists, and by _e a e sk h perseveringly make it make their of o cr correspondent at Alc --os
setting an example to them of how unregarded as the stick. The organisation a power for righteous- on the danger to which bldna
Christmas may most truly and hap. cond clas though tf o bei with, ness. It is in sach bodies as the St.
pilybekept. tours out false in the end. "o won- Andrews Brotherhood, and the po, on their way to d
pily be kep d erefore,- sdk-.w' s A... B^-. :o school, owing to their having to m s
d eHow can that be done? Along whfore, Christian Endeavour Societies that ouber f bridd riv
the lines sugtated by our Christmas A leoad bell many old proverbs strikes men should be trained and inspired to is dangerous for children, an al.%
..he. lines s e b. or C a Of birds of a leather and' like draws give the community its tone in reha- d e for c a_
greeting. For good cheer demands to lke. both physically and morally, buta
that we get at once into a state of 8bow a man your ompanions, he'll telling to the moral questions, such a when the rivers are goodwill towards all.-beginnin you what yo are gambling, drinking etc. Our present rainy season the risk is really alarm-
with Goo. If we have lived up til If m dwell among tarpots, you'll smell trouble is that in both pro and con of i. -
now at emnity with Him, let ns be- tt&O." .-the queutio[n wew too thought. b __
reconciled to Him without further As a white and black sketch of a less, too weak and indifferent. The approaching r-.
delay, For in the first Christmas false lead t4e h asle s oae who t i,._ es coming emit Court in Kiamtef
morning GOD entered, and has con. pMtnods to thinkeo moub of you, r A nu br ofthings Iir t omrs. willbe n tbl for.B
4inued upon His special way of re. pAISWe ftterStoM 6d YOU ito wrong To CoTehs wilfel larm rof te m
conciling the world unto Himself. 'do Sg, -n w f al lbine nt looms -/.. proa= CoIero, l for trial. Am. the. are~
Therefore let one and all be ricon. in the distance, give you a wide .. .. ofew of p .u rly e g
ciled to Goo. Then let us turn to berth. Therefore the false and special notice. To begin wi, the r. The number of otses now S"
our fellow men.--beginning at home. s&k the goo* e.Wt#t y. It is the Uion has this year attained to a
Therein above all, let good behaviour oMy ki4 worth having. Hence la gr membership by se 150 than A oonad
be manifest with good intent, for 8HA Pe says, ad in 1904. It wll have t s ig tion of the oomai
amity, for cheerfulness and family [ ,onst imWIf to thing else so bapp epeced a total mmb P to f .
reunion. Your son, good father has As a a owrtambertng my good frnenas.' p,.. theort te doyartso at ea
AD s. I ....... --- subjects to be disssd-wwill---e paortlon of the lst b ttalion of w. t.
offended you; bring him home at Their attributes are pluck and piet mark out the session. The question gallant of h
Christmas. Your daughter, _othe.. ad they are &ly found in god of affiliation with the english N.U.T, alwaLy the g*l ta they he
dear, has erred; let all be forgive. honuse", And these t 1. --- bsilded, and theI ,, ,-
now. You have made a vow, fellow ij3,gtmr..t. or-ginbet e-tf_ yea. that 0,s" a** ao t-- -- 0"-j- in
sinner, that you will never speak to ld with clen court.-yard and to clan.. has IMOMPy loft 10 10 be leaves o ot m bat .'yea aw .

your serious rivat, and you have am S0 A uans bf th, -
some hard things about Ahis I" Aga, was a stdy
Invite him to sbae. your Oh14btt y 1 d I y. MJ sesrta Prteb7 d 1 44
dinner, and prove that you oan tre meatn and s 7 Melve A Inke comrades *0h hall = 0 _-B7
well, also trade with -your fenr- withf p oatagad"400 that are qiggut
it do for you to feast them itead of day be spent in. the, M Es whbe M. A. Bo tbu B.A. ha. seat a letter 4gw ) 00 '
as usual, letting then feed them.p and praise are wont to be to the pws, urgig thatlegiatte *.,
selves. At anyrat do somethi4t ina fe al thee good things then lealiae Sunday Work should t ebe r. Cea
specially good, feed the hungry. all the better otr return to our own laid before the legislature, espeially
clothe the naked, and make glad the hoe sheeldd make the home all the before the working man has had EsAU-Y-oe loe well t et eMUd
mourner. For t is vain to try to sweeter and happier. For it is only a chance to speao on the subject. 'm mhardlg breasts a te tn las
keep Christmas without helping swoethe-st-ts Matake weet-hos Mr. iothaie is een r goodwill to all. Good will then will have found good Churoh's committee on morls. ode likewise? We tabuk--e
Thus for a hobeery Christmas there company and good houses, and all We quote the .following from mIS *t Pop' iseIw~ to 5 H
must be good company. We al will result in good cheer, character, I his letter : D.,prive men of the a. i- r m tths
more or less crave for company. aud conduct; and so the mowe oer. Idtay of rest is to ituflict an irre- In *. -ey thanks but R at



Christmas Number,

Ofl SrALt


(By D. W. Coe )
---The .-teo adg event t-eA
te srlge io of te Britih abinet but
06 we report elsewhere
The Queens'* 61st birthday found her
deep in her pls for raising funds to aid
ase uammplo ed. She is issuing a Queen's
Xmas Oard which will be a collection of
pea, drawing. ete.. oootributed by
se of the leading writers ad painters
Ie malad. This will sell or 2s td. The
*SeOes to go to the fund. The more
wd-t seetlom of the worthless fo k. have
bem gttitg into troebte with the Lon.
A.fpt e. While hbe Committee which
s ee hadle tme tun4 was hittingg in the
QMd Hall a large crowd attempt to
1nM a dsmoastration ino frot of the
4Ms to tmpress the committee men.
Am peemen with deteetivre diguatsed
-w working men dispersed the esowd and
EDeted a few arrests.
LadoBn has had a diseter by the eol-
ibpoee of a part of the sVeat Iron raft at
Thrhie CroMs Station. It fell while

g repaired. F'orltas t ely ithbough
eO platform ws crowded and there
were four trained in she station there
we only a woe idsang a&d some injured.
In connection with the coming of the
gumeral elect on the forecast is that the
emeervattivet will do their be.t ro make
Home Rule attempting to identify the
liberals ith it.
The situation in Turkey haa developed
in tusl extent, the international fleet has
weixed another Island and threatens to
akel a third and also the city of Symrna.
IT SeUoaB after trying to vain to get
Me pwrs to give ap thbr objetes has
ed osaeeeptthe principle or the pro
penl asheet Macedonta if the powers
M. mndify the details, but this they
~ea t ye agre o do.
theein nonewe of mportance regard.
l She eMa of Eauope. Spain has
dmewd her Cabtmet ama Sweden is dis
vmattlg the frmater forts according
-e hbe treasy wth Norway.
nl the Wortd the two most noteworthy
M@at me thj ifference betwno uan
eadmW and the State s a that betwem
JaNee adl Ve'aoela. Franee W pro-
S~se&WAeM and *ship at Martitioqu
the expeditito whieh It ,eem certain
abe mass eod against Venesaela San
oeinM. has taxen violent exeep ion to
Smte 7_of the treIy she bh. beet,
awakimb wth the Staiea. BShe tluis i
0M do lter too much astbority to in

PlMmt BRoesoelt has delivered hbis

ther masA bems of mews are as
wMedMoMel tatoia l Japan remutineM
n IMme at~0 several pradessm in
ofasivereaitty an d there p'-U
Shate Uhroe0a Oonferme- s u..
ea b Is imedt M isteter c.. the
ass e a preteset agsaaes she Ja" 'ree
ltm wM Naobeeal'te have held a -e.-
-w- t ha IMl xd lpers e pe-*y hat wall nM make H amt
noe. t* elr w eamei .
Te A&mrtsea Ceosul Oroer't h.
alwtloT 4 he alte y winarthie .-
Sdew ateGer meurein ae .s a kel)
ld lid #wfur fe#61 a &ur-..
A A,4 ek &epe O1p0 0- is-
mawl W lo ge *bsiug boyeottvu by

rhe BS teAB e ro at hass potato
apt as 0 1- r %ts who1e It will
-Mi .xt,IP4 pr aen a bi-
~Aja to~ I LI

be~~Maen m.1

%M* en SUmklejaty
b Wsowe Zon the e i

It.e who steals Da y uzse atersi tzasa,
SP:.dA.M:M &,Z sT.4bT1GNTr.

(By D. W. I. Cable )
The mist eusational rumour thibs week
in connection with Rusaian affairs h,'s
been one to the effect that the Czar in-
tended to Bee from the country and that
the German squadron was waiting to take
him and his family away. There is pro-
bably no truth in this wild surmise ; but
the condition of the country evidently
continues to be deplorable.
the strike of the telegraphists continues
to eat off Ruuma from anything like de-
tail communiestion with the rest of the
world; and it is only in lrid glimpses
that re catch sight of what sl proceeding
here, is what is said by our correspond-
*Complete anarchy prevails in the Ruo-
dan Baltic Provinces. The Governmtent
bae wholly ltot Its power and the military
e beginning to fraterutise with the xe-
volutionists. The foment among the
sailors at LAban continues. The peasants
have declared the clergy and offioisle de
posed and are installing new local officers.
IThey also p event thee owners from
elimr grain or wood declaring that the
forests ae common property. The pro-
Seetiou of lfe and property has wholly
ceased to exist. Band of criminals are
seeuring the province and ovmeroes
aearon ofw estate owers have been pil-
Isd1. sheir arws, horses al m sey have
eladr, and their eattle tk red to death
She stables. The stream of fugitives
emoina the froatter is dly i&reasing.'
Retuees eomtlnu*e to espe from the
troubled conery. bringing frightful ae.
etaets of thbdsoiders.
the muuaers as Seb8etapol. have
however bera jawe, and the rieg-leadera
are to e tried by eours martdaL
I ab-le aphs _thae the meIalst
of war has been aseaseluad by a woman
who sho bim dead wish three eO

Good Brand of Guava Jelly.

After tesgmm a. apple we have both

heady la*s pis. I as prepared in Tre-
w" i the midst of a ava a Istrieta nd
S "M tMus the advantage f being made
frees h west euad u sN ltews froa ,
Puvl i It It prepared by one wh to an

to u.emmeud this jelly we sad-
et ~I-thaIit will become a re .. favour
kireo the pebtke Is is of eeIleunt
qdfty and levoar.

About Panamn.

do*s e rtka, se Sh sa ams tim7e tdo
:wek wil be lot Nfoill ewla e ls sanl.
TM .plulqu Is exprssedby anotheOW6
ss', "ha00h beet lbomcer k, sheJamal.
"n ibe* but "uuwetak~m emistwo he
bs biaeWulisha is hbsbts sad hbs wok.

English Politics.
(By D. W. I. Cable).
The expected tas at last happened
The Balfour Ministry has resigned. It
still commands a majority and :he resig
nation is not due, we fancy, to any con.
eviction that the Ministry has lost the con-
fidence of the country. It 1p a tactical
move. The general elections are only a
few months away, and the object of Mr.
Ba]four in doubtless to give the country
an obe. tesoo of how badly the liberals -
will do in ettie together a Ministry.
Their disunion will stand out eariny
and they will have no time even if they
get over their initial difficulties to do any
thing of note.
The Kng directed Sir Campbell-Ban-
nerman to form a Cabinet.
He bas fixed the lUth as the earliest
date on which he can submit his proposals
regarding the new administration. It is
thought that the Duke of Devonshire will
support the new Mtoistry on the qnes-
tion of Free Trade. The following are
mebtloned as possible Ministers. Moesrs,
John Morley, James Rye. Herbert Henry
Apqutk h Sir ,dwrd Grey. and Mr.
I Belrat John Ga b Mr Balfsou to
eaaouacdag his deetision to quit told
hit OMabet that the siatios wa made
impesi because the Uionlot Party
had thrown him over for Mr. Chamber-
lans TarWff Polcy which he could not ae

Drapers. Portland.
The people are anxious to know who i
puttSg their district in the papers.
It in alleged the young me of this
e an pre g to have a ght at
--"1 g od 'eet able '
will prevnt this.
Rumour sells us that the oentraet for
Cuae is pEt at for Jaauary, t91.
We arelint- very heavy -ekwers of
oml. Wert ha pletidfl but meIey s

Red Hills. Upper Clarendon.
The him-ds at Bed Hill, Upper Clam.
doo, will have their 11t of etertaamemtsa
in theeomag festive season. Bessiss the
Stea parties, thee will be o OhU.
den's Sevs om Sunday deoMthand a
Var IjR -t-- tailamomt e 4 m ba a f d f
Thursday the loth. Both these enter
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Xwma Dinnor Funds
This fund wbh ohms.to dlay, b"a" c-
uloravay exeeuid 30M0. Tb. im i
helug pr"W" is "rimallwisa of -5do
blast ?be 9Sauw hbftmwedte aid
of t"e Selvifpn ArMy as tbedwfsutriu
- -- lip 13 "In g t oo, th e a t b l a
-; 1 wwill o tee h e 2 1s t '
ThoW. I. R
TMfdImkS.W. L Lmwiiarrlvwe h
ha W he=mw-LOW

A Most Worthy Object.
We earnestly hope that the Rppeal now
beiqo made by the Salvation Army in
behalf of the Women's Metropole which

will be opened next Wednesday In Kiog-
stoo, will meet with a cordial and liberal
response. Hardly any object before the
public hbee is ir ore deserving of encour.
agemeot in a practical way than is this
object, of lending to women youngand
old a helping hand, by providing them
with a reorre in this lirge and growing
city where they oen get inexpensive and
yet thoroughly earnfqtable and decent
lodgings and board.
This i thbe object of the Metropole, and
it I likely to oecome in a bbort time, a
friend in need to. all sorts of respect ble
women who have noL much of this world's
Directed by the Salvationlate the offi.
cers, who are to a living ense the ser-
vants of all' the women who make it
their home. will have experienced and
dpvotea aSidi gAn .ra ai.iwa. a-f-d vt

help in any possible way. The Metropole
will light up the darkness of the capital
sity for many a mother's heart, when she
knows that within it her girl will find a
secure shelter from the dangers into
which she would otherw'ie be c at on.
befriended and unbelped in any real war.
W- a k every reader of the JAMAICA
TIMiS who can help on the good
cause to do so. The new Soeial Irsti-
tution. like all the social etLablishmeun
wmiinta.ted by the Salvation Aimy will
be directed in a broad human spirit.
No distinction either denominationally or
religisouly will be made. The work is
inspired and organized by the relkitions
spirit of the Army, but the helping hand
goes out as readily to the Irrell ious as to
the religious.* They need help allU the
"e 0 the General once said.
The exset date and time for the open-
ing of this new mntirntion has been fixed
for Wednesday next, Dec. 18th, as 4 p.m.
The pre nise selected re at the corner of
Church and Barry streets. and are there-
fore in a most central position. They are
also poelently adapted for the purpose,
having been formerly nsed as a hotel.
The rooms are larre antid try, and *very
neowesary and up.t .-d#te convenience is
provided. At the present, unoment the
place is being thoroukbly renovated and
got ready for the opening.
The ohart for a night's aooeommodation
will range from l)d to Gd, the latter
amount seeing a private room. For 3d.
a comfortable -boa In the cpen dormitory
will be supplied, and for lid. oot tn the
outer wards for the poorest. Food and
refreshments will be obtainable at the
lowest possible rates.
There will abo be a reading and re-
ereatio room, and other faculties to
make the inmates omfo table and happy.
Further partiulars, however, will be
given on Wednesday next at the opening
ceremony, which will be presided over by
Mrs. Lamb, and we trust there will be a
large and representative gathering of the
Pge lpuablle.. .
Unavoidably Held Over.

Weean very ~orry hat te memdom
pressure on our space and the cireum-
staneo sattedant on the prodaJug of the
larW edition demanded at Christmea ,
hav eompelt d uw to hold over some ex-
emelismtter which we have In haad
and a pasn of which we looked forward to
tmstertin to.day. It Is however, a om-
fort to reloest tat there are still two
opportmtua e of getting thee into print
befre Christma Day. Our reade&rvs will
have the advantage of a continued repast
of good things.


Dr. J. Arthur Fray, oaugeo dentist, of
Sa la-Mar, will praoteI tn Montero
Bay forI th ext few weeks, and tboae in
aed of the ServiCo of a good dentist
eamat do better tUha oounlthim.


oI our last isme to r ferido to Igolto
the a ow eontrtvanee for ue on gas br k-
*om %a mald that Mears I. Bradon sod
to werwe the a This to a mistake
the gm toes Mr.J. L unamioa alone.


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December 9, 1905

j ~M AIC

11 Im

Pretty and Useful

Christmas Gifts

Made at I lome

N O matter how many workbas-
kets a woman owns, she is al-
ways pleased to have anoth-
er pretty one- added to her
stock In trade.
SSingularly attractive and new is the
basket illustrated.
A base is made, sir sided, nine or ten
Inches wide, with each side measuring
four to five inches. A bag seven inches
high, half as wide again as the base, is
gathered to It and slashed down half
the way -at every point of the hexagon.
Then they are
secured and fin-
Ished exactly like
separate bags,
with the division
line carried all
the way down
by brier stitch-
ing, and a nar-
row ribbon is
run through a
casing in each
bag which draws
Up independent-
ty of the rest, or
Six little bag's '/*
can be made and
set on and then 4'
joined part way
up from the base. COBSET BAG.
The center is used as a workbasket
where scissors and cotton and thimbles
are to be found, while each little bafg
holds its kind of work entirely sepa-
rate and out of a general disorder.
They are pretty in almost every ma-
terial, but the newest are of scrim.
Other new bags come of cretonnes in
small designs cut Into four oblongs
and the seams jo~id on the outside
and bound with p. A pocket Is put
on each side, with't flp at buttons
down flat, and the whole bt i fewed
on a square base. Tapes tns ead of rib-
bons to match the binding tapes are
used for drawing strings.
Shoe bags, Just plain bags about a
foot long, are made of cretonne In the
plainest of bag fashions and drawn
up with tapes. A set of half a dosen
Is a pretty, Inexpensive gift and are
a luxury to a girl who travels a good
deal and who knows the bother of
wrapping her shoes up in paper.
Corset bags are a great protection to
that best pair of corsets. They are
long, slim affairs, Just big enough to
snugly cover up the corsets when
they're rolled from each side toward
the tapes. Six Inches wide, sixteen
Inches long, Is the best length to
make them. Some are of thin nain-
sook simply made up over pink lawn
and with a narrow casing made by two]
rows of brier stitching with embroid-
ery cotton. Dotted swiss over a color
Is equally pretty, while the most elab-
orate am of white satin, painted with
roses in delicate colors, or of brocad-
e,.d silks. But the simple ones are the
prettiest of all and a little more In
keeping with the piles of snowy under-
clothes, delicate lingerie or sturdier
things that share a drawer with it. ,
Renalesance has been called 1 for
verythlng from table covye' toj aJte
but the newest, prettiest Idea Is to
make fans of It. The creamy braids
and the white ones are equally pretty.
and designs with great butterflites
spreading their wings seem particular-
ly appropriate to the frivolous toy that
ts meant to flutter as gracefully as
they. Lovers of renaissance work will
welcome this new departure, and the
g1rl with a dilapidated fan, but a pael
o lovely fan stleck-mother-of-pearl o*'
Janr--X-llUl Abtleva.i .ae.JAt If at

makes the lace and mounts it on the
discarded sticks.
Umbrella handles are greatly in
vogue as presents. and some of the
newest are exquisite works of art in
rvMtlta lade nnd en"A.l with crol-its

of tiny rubles and diamonds cutting
the center of the balL The charming,
idea of Inclosing the miniature or a
photograph of the "beloved one" id the
flat circular case foraiin the top of
the umbrella stick or cane is truly Pa-
risian. This is certainly a graceful
fashion, especially as a present for a
Guest books are especially appropri-
ate for the people who are Just mar-
ried or are moving Into new homes.
Stunning ones can be found in the
-shops, bound In leather and mounted
in silver, but the prettiest of all an

handmade, embroidered or painted or
done in burnt work. Sheets of paper
are tied inside-a paper that will take
Ink welL Sometimes a gay little pen-
holder Is tied to it or rap through rib-
boa loops. The idea is ~or each guest
who comes to the new lemda to write
a verse or a sentiment and sign his
name and the date.
pools of thread for bandy use tre
kept in all sorts of contaltances. There
are tiny little basket hampers that will
bold two spools and a diminutive
emery. When filled ,they are most
convenient for travella. They are
lined with a pretty, plain Ol1k. ad tbe
tiny emery is attached to a corner of
the basket by a fine silk cod.. Flannel
leaves for needles are fastened to the

P46 r-t T- k-t P-r.
The lay of the hen. It constantly it
creases In value nowadays.

The Coadjstor Bishop who is anow on
the a bound forJamelsa wil leak at
the Kiagetoa Parish Chureb at a ehild
ren's demwtratlo- oa the 14th.
Paesger by th -Port Royal" on
Thursday were OsaIn and Ms. Perr
who while stationed hber have rendered
snoeb exelleat service te many good
caes., Ineleding that of the 8. P. A J.
There will le three eases of allesd-
mardeor at the Kingston Circuit Court
sXont moth.

We aokaswledae, with many thanks,
the reeiapt of a number of usesul ea4.
eandrs, blotters, etc. from, among others
Mr. Charles DeCordova, agent el the
Northern AAmrasee Co., Mr. M. .
Alexander, a t of the Palatas, W. a.
Joh ft ag ft ey
xc Aosaranoe c Mr.?. R. Pmmok
Messr. Jcftobseft &o0. e".


mB S9 J

I Blindness Cumd .Iin -,-.. Imak

blindness is rert A Northamptoma! .
en, wre oa ber s blind owm ~t e ,int lhe
was walktg thromah oe of tbhe strts BtLY for the huiHt
reseady ad eolided with a pillar-box, of U p thmoim .
and, as4 eeseqmssS of the sbook, so it w.. I ts o
w. first supposed. %e power to m.see -- *
tu; ned. But a s&pplE nta itemeot Prioe 1. 3 er d half bo.ttle.
peamrad on-UTbe fH-vow ff U, (t,.. i 8 per dos bottUs.
dy taty). th the um attribmtea.is I e osb dbopt*'4 et.
overey p rlnly to a ponder sent wtob i sm.0 O)DY
'- .an who ev*** tn hav eared him. .. -
self with It ft;er Seyear' bitdaess. o/o la. Numes, 304, King St., Kingston



Bill RIM"]D.


Aunt Mango.
Below are the puzzles for November 4th
IwaXIIDU marks 6, 5, 9 2, 13, 4, 1, 3,
total 43.
Jack, Albany 41*
R. 8tewart, Croft Hill 43.
Nell, Kingi on, 43.
Johbton, Montego B^y, 30.
Bluebell. Kingston, 29.
IDrrus. Ki.6toou, 41.
V. E. Kingson, 25.
Falconer, lanstead, 42.
Mandow, Bg Walk, 43,
Three are at the very top of the ladder;
XL thanks for note you truly found
the pussles though this tme.
Dirrm glad to welcome youe I hope you
will soon win.
Bluebell, you are wrong, how can the
Editor be your Auntie.
Nell, you are a goose, of ourse N. S.
did not stop oq that asecont.
I was so sorry I did not get to send in
the result last week but your Auntie
was not well.
The s8PA.J.
The public annual meeting of the above
society took place on Wednesday night at
St. George's schoolroom. It was as suo-
oessful as the year's work has been, and
we rejoice to Pee that this excellent asso-
ciation is 'now firmly established Oar
account of the proceedings and the publi-
cation of the Report mast wait for an-
other issue, owing-to the pressure on our
Mr. Middleton has retired as a-eaodi.
date for Kingeton. His reason is that
the people are too epathe0ie.
GeeralBlack is not qualifed as a
candidate for 8t. Andrew.
St. r 'omets *h a noew andMdate
In the proes of Mr. PkWUp.
Dr. Joason wil stand for t. Ana's. '
It is expected the Couneil will be dis-
solved next week.
We have received from Messrse Fred L.
Myers and Son a very artitae Oaleadr
for 1906. It is tsaed by Memrs. Bead
Bros* Ltd.. the bottlers of Bas Ale and
GulaeM' Stout. On each Calendar ia
pasted a beautiful photograph of some
well known EFnglish actressi&d the whnle
efetets neat and refined. On of these
Calendars would be to addttee to the
gtT o" r bedair of any lady or

o. yes sfler fro s ay sk" n sompaikst
hrpeor itch D 's oetlment gives
qi1k lWe, sad It is re that m pot is
aot found sauflett to permantlUy cure
the worst ease. Dean's ointamet sold
by l chemissts and mediciae leaders.

SuI is Zunaoumait L
104, Tower Sireet.
Red id Seall Pipe Organ, Pleae and
sa- mo a-- !h lm-taein- I-

Ordeftr I ittaat w work awl reedved
at hoe abve address.
1 MSN ead 1 HRemla, I Baby Orgaa.
1 Coroh andI Batety's Ora Iar sale.

Famous 30s.

Veracity' Watchem

well as a55s. Watek
and last tor 20 yeaws.
No 2. They are umde it
three sizes--Ex tra
large (Namber IL),wti
ap over works, t
working mens; EM .
nm use (Namwer .
and 3) Key w -cd
Keyless; and a Lad

Silver Case

Yoii WorIkltas
11aia tiesMea YoGaG W.-
Site mea, Tradseqsesl
Clerks, in a. alt.
Sela Ms are weoriME
X1 them.
Oxydised (3S1owd"&.
3* VWaoS* W
wab V. L, e tus b.

Aere B'l tdiw -bet
am ado a a ndy e l
ae of %"isr Tuast
Ss. i s setawlitth a
der wi Ownr a Wo
e.ie ;rw t more -

reselpt 1 Wsabb.

i Washlte

ies 3 b M4
WCat tm-eft s"st W
iwmade for wink

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ChristmaA Number,



I ur -a erican Loe
A --Mr leava KiMroMw won Nw
Toi Weekly, taking mails and peo


A tmer levs rinagtoen, fort

A hemer leaves New York ormy
week aflSarday for Kiagston direct.
A rtmer leave New York tor
XlAr evry week, and dalls at Ports te
Nesti alti em route to Kingston
tge. for the United Kingdom an "
- trla --rma iM mrin-b- h -w a m.


A -towtmoii Te-aftenMed at 2 p.m. on
Tuesday. The Governc presiding.
Besides the official and nominated mem-
bers the following elected members at
tended :-
Hon. Philip Sterm, Klanston.
Hon. Dr. J. Johnston, St. Ann.
Hon. Henry Cork, St Thomas.
Hen. &. P. Sla onds, St. Mary.
Hoa. W. Watson, Portland.
After the usual rouene basineaa, am ,
sage from the Governor wi tead, hiIIn
for a antt of 890 to ex-W0arder ling
of the Prison Service, who Mter a good
record of service had been inoapaeltated
by the assault of a convict.
Later in the sittift the Council voted
this sam unani onut.
The Goverenos 'message pointed ooa
that it waa desired to iet the asnw fr
system of quarantine in Jamo and the
other'West I ndlI startednext January.
He proposed to save e penie-fr the per.
sent to have only. one Lasaretto port
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p.4we~ ~ o Onerl Rveme.The
sim ws o prevent labourwe bdmg sa"es
Bao S~tuSoiorcotrast
Mr. Owt objecbetothe Governo
bVW 90 W UPVM oarythedopdsosltad

ou#- I tae Legmalv-e -Omua sura
have it.
. The Colonial err pointed out the
governor had so obje n to that except
o the maeere tasmveaiieaoe. be potai
was aOt pressed- la committee a. few
ameqdieinte were aade, Oh of which
wBa 66 _o.dlg .thaMt no one hold bhe
praeAfo th9 I d *oot 8140
them akodtey 6e al Ato tbr t a mm
eame ouder the itontos of the law.
Them. B p I s thrd reading aad
the aOM if adjourned 1-12 p.m. eoa the

Tfide' Notice.
AswI be observed from their large an-
.nouaoemet tIn Il-a a. B. and
J. B. Ma oar oim Weeral very
valuable the meeth of De-
eember. aae dAt tribot-
ed in te n aa
as we p-eh pro'
eted, d K av mwe t ma-P sA ammer fair

The Conul was asked to note the s*am play. t'he. "tkrUT i is, a fide go,
necessary for new buildings equipment wateh,a md tsaeed prissta a handasme
*te. Iclgarette cae; i s- r will also be a nam-
Another message dealt with the Lunatic ber of empmar prtses of la each.
Asylum. It showed the terrible over- Mesers. Ma&ado were the pioneers of
crowding, specially among female patients the cigarette Industry in Jamaica and
of whom there are now some 600. their Derby cigarettes have a wide seale
Their death rate have increased in ten all over the island besides an export
years from I to 20 to I in 7. trade is done to other West Indian
The Governor has fallen in with the islands,
desire of the Board of Visitors and the heir cigars have Rained for themselves
Chief Medical Offloer to equip and use an enviablA reputation for high quality
the new building. He askd the ked the oun- and have been awarded gold medals at
oil to sanction the expenditure of the fellowlar Ioerati-nal Ebibltionas.
12 i So d. UChicago AS' O I* (1875) Amsterdam
The Attorney General moved the first i ( ) S) aemftma t Le eidoe (1851) Pwas
reading of i law to Amend the lmmi- (1878) 18 ) Coelombia an Ja-
rants Protection Law. the amendment males (18W1), a d have just been awarded
e am n-t toefea e the resent depo t of aotheriold me.'al at the reeant Indian
%I but alms at preesatma certain fraed- and Coloalo Ixhibition at 2 the rystal
lesnt e-asito weh have been proved to Palace, London.
be poss1l.
Mr. Astern marked his estility with a 'To the Mistress of the Ho ,
mea iy e A t rea To the stress of the Home
was, however, the Only mmi b that .A very useful utensil to have i.a
votiedagainst .it.A- kItche l 6er a l BDread MaUer. It
The Colleter General moved that theI lal tadlo ithbothdM that
vethe L reo ana stablih t me t away fes te entrees of
prove fortion e tfr -an etedca m .e trade. Dweller on estates and pens
Under the old system ade was very wl findit a bo. The Universal does
maleb hampered anld s teamed. 'The aim the mixg and kneading of the doughty I
of the new system and its effect were to three minutes Any receipt that will
.--. _.. J.- -. -- -, --.t .-irs. Make good bread by band will m ake bet
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ofh 4wl fLaig h proteetion of health an the less
Emobirsland Nwe Yoot Mr. stemmi ,oppO"'sedth meam s. 1oim-
W. Imrld" FOEOD 11ilb on-osition by Dr. Jokaues,
4 fl-U**. j ~ XC4 OMr. aloa&*i X&AWLu
_____ _____ 1hIke a*~m~ 00 gume." was that
IJaa~o* was 0"e useam -de sine vondi.
~ j~ggf9 J 3g~~, ~Usm setbei Woot 64malAmmhs ; that
____ thew 3w uslaswula beftesourelt d
~~DUNo wbsm isto. a to It now would sema too
Jbalmse aud ba WW. earrytan Thme Governor spke with some lemt"
on~~~~ ~ timer8 AIS ana meabsur, be pointed eum that -ir
,nS AJESY'S AILS wa nat thme orinciple of adopting Ume new
so IL N g. pO Kwzn ",1 syom of quaftmAaie -thatm wasvolved..

1ju~s t~t~ to Igiado Tey bec IF*t ipi
$69eawnesspeetalf boaltofr who a* .~ in*
Reismid raU ofmee 401P.Vsb~r
2u sm of aw&*"*e bad O'eem
cow em to Bb fan d argWI doe e o uquesis Ipesutle
u#* bbsime csimtlaeaft. *I= se~~ a AVW Arpes 4emauded
RAILING 19VZRY m4 DAYS. At, sbev~qdese of far. Ooiwk further eom
-~~ Met1of the =&&&a weapostponed
J A #AU kIk 6'OAAL 1"X till *0 13Wm
.~* )U.?" ~he~p O Weinia t6e&a7 twot Electe
m*B a XA emb,j,,JZNW% *Wee Maem,. Vork n
__________M. 2h Onwuel agreed to- remo~ve Shaw**

Vkpm* WULLLD ;11iA

*469so e lowatms
~ S -'
V226 oomt NW

MwAijA ;l toail '

ta tA EllIab th. from the Its of place
,whach )9 Spirit LLteBam. -
Thb Aeoan Atorney gaWally intro.
dAed'the 3i to samed the Proteciloa
," taftafts; f. er h second readoi= .
SproviWed power f %e the emigrauta
-afx the ep"Wut0 at m" or 'U"
tI a 26, een-poedlt vwt I 'he im
ina-eMl to pay the paIte ol labourer
atwk from tbevoafmry 1e emigrated to.
It .leo, to pre eas evasion of the law
~e oed all peo m l bren
d; and fmbde nofoe nding the
labourer money for depots. h e

ter bread In tW-e oafvT careful
-Na-iftawd thorough kt-dth tmre
,good bow e madebm A bookle
eompali esak ord" th W -itv the
fallet imstruetoms. Wrts for one to
manuael Lyons & Seia fagtoeu, &ad
ma10tion the JAMAICA Tix s.

At Caylo.
Dr. Keating eonduets a private praetie
|t Gayle.. Be lodpgs A Mrs. Evelyn's.
SDr. Si1peon has take Dr. Clark'e house
and also praetbes.privaely.
TIMis readers appreciate fully the
article of some weeks age dealing with
th Gayle editeal -Qutlmi. .
COnt Mid lesex Te chew ArAete-
tio mawset here on Frtday 15th teut.
-The remitof ree oC-! T P 'R m. bld -.
on the 24th ult will presated.
Min Clarke hi the new P.M.

Breaking Up.
'At ti time when *ehools are about to
break ap, tesober and maap~ere have to
eoneern tbeaselvee about prizs. Hyl.
ron's Times Store ean be of real ervioe
In eneh a eoutilgeney having in stootk a
Rreat many books at low prices. All Is-
tereited should call and go through tbem.
onv one not able to do so may hive a

parcel sent to them. All that tI neces-
avry is that they should say how many
books are wanted for the amount remit-
ted. The'beet value possible will be sont
, on each orders.

Christmas Events.-
St. Paul's tresbyteri*u Church, King-
ton, has one or two htrsanlog hrht-
as eveot 0on
One of tbhee la the Chrietmas concert
on the 20th. The cooeert at St. Paul's I
are always very gIod ted this wtil doubt.
leos bk up to the usual high standard.


Derby Cigarettes

ONE BOX at 4s. 3d.






COMPANY., Limited.

68, Port Royal St., Kingston.


We sell Honey Barrels,
Honey. Barrel Shooks,
Cases and Tins.
We make Tins of all kinds
and sizes to order.
SK ware new prepared to ppl
It any qatatitim for Home Consumption
BUBR; W. G AY, Manager.


Thin successful and hi p"opui..r rm.i1. a
empki tid in the Continental H}ospitai' L). KN orri,
Rostan. Jobsert, Velpeau. and tht.rs..tombincs all
the desde . kind ana aputast ever r-in-g h itherta, empToyc.
in a remar time. ott.n a ew days only.
removes all discharges- from the rnnary organs,
supercding injmftiK tbe uw of which do" irre-
parable harm byvayiag the foundation of stricter:
and otbec-Anioa o tos t*a s.
for impurnty of the vlkid. "curry. pimples, spots,
bootches pains and swelling of the joints, ecou-
akry y roptoms, gout. rheumat.sm, and ail diseases
tor which it has been tro" much a fashion to em-
ploy mercury. sarsaparil;a &c.. to the destructior
of sufferers tre th and rnm of heaitl. "This pre-
taration t'fir the w1ol. il l though thie
blood, ani thorou ruh n.it- evcry prc:on<(us
matter from th- bodM".
ferneroustmlihaust:on n,., tSt, .sy -lf.
*ess, and all the distr r.s n conique.cer o .arlv
error, eteesa,rvsidenc-e in hot unthialthv (1 mittes.
&c. It poa surprisingg power in -.*tor g
-ft-aitOt n4 a vtour V ie d,*ttnat-d.
UijC AI iO is ld bY ali
S*B rP I ON the pnncipal
Cbam.tsann Merchants throughout the Worid.
Price in England 2/o & 4/. in ordering. state
which of the threenumbers as required, an.4 observe
above Trade Mark, wh:ch is a fac-simile of word
TmAIoN' a it appears on Rritish GWernnUnt
Stamp (in white letters on a red tromd affixed
to evry package by order of Hit Majesty's Hon.
Commisssober. and without which it si a torgcry.
For sale by John 9 Crosswell h (o.

omm 1 Ba
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Per next R. M. Steamer from Sonuth

i';M K Z's.JAStON,
N.W. Ohbeee Sausage & Fresh Butter
leed Ale on Tap at 3d. per glass.
JOB EPB H. DACOSTA, Proprietor,

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Special prices offered to dealers on


U &l B. I tJIH-A I.
86, Harbour Street





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The Colonial Mineral ard o
AM .tra rConmupav.

The business owed by Messr. Myers
and 8oous i sure to be ran with enter
prise and go,' and therefore ittis no
surprise to us to see the above Company
forging ahead in such good style, The
Palm brand of rated and mineral waters
Is destined to become a household word
In the Island.
The Company has retained the skilled
and eTpereoneed services of Mr. A.
Fournier and thus made ie start as a
manufacturer uneer excellent conditions.
To th:s it has added the prieless busjnees
resointion of being up-to date in alipt's
methods and appliances and of making
use of the very beat material in the
manufacture which it has began.
These are factors that soon tell in
progre alone the road to suesms.
Another thin which the new factory
is determined oi mke a feature of its
business is the promptitude shown in fill-

iug orders. It hak first ela machinery
and a large staff and is resolved to givA
customers nothing to complain of in the
rapidity with which goods are despatched
to any and all parts of the Island.
At this festive time when the thought.
ful man desires to be at once merry and
wise, and both at a cost which is not ex-
cessive, such a factory as that of which
we now speak is a blessing to all classes.
Cheap, delicious and non intoxicating, it
is hard to imagloe a better aid to temper-
ance and harmless jollity than these ex-
aellent aerated waters. In partiemlar the
Company's aoda It reckoned to be A. L
among good thins to its line.
Readers far and wide, in town and eoeu.
try should note the address 28 Port Royal
Street and send in their orders for good
aWpplyof thedeldous products tha we -
here r-m- -d.
A Christmas Suggestion.
Send your friend some local literature ?
wad remember that at Hylton's you esa
get :
Maroon Medicine' by IL 8nod-pries
gd& or po paid 7d.
Becka's B kr Baby' by Tom Red-
eam. price ditto.






Por*It AlkU-sad W A

Nuayadi Jiums hasi..W4 -bo~swn itself an ffiwtual and relabb Apievat
wihI recommend to ths e usiop of eU others. Never gives rise to Un-
desirable &a,.kpt*.u& even if used continuously for years.".
Avwu~s; DosL.-A winqk~ssful before breakfast. either to", or diluedW Itk*
uissifa quastit, of hot or cold water.
IWSelan m 'Iftswyami4"414" an e uWmtreat te s.uu
"am"S&iI&!iW3U3, A"6the vedaiMifleon 'bef10 *a"&mu
U5Ul ~ SC do &A".


C u.

Iiftn a WAY I



*Wosley Ocwsten sConcert.
A Smered (bmswSbe zela
Wasly C Ob, kKbsm. a uuon
WNW"=sa do3 h bunthm
md ndssum ba hae t o aM
Zm N;he etsm. -z -Bgo%&
Beewral ebBna 4d %&bhMM E 9d
wi loleeod tw vIsesW" hsoe Ei
Beand inreamdengChrbftm Ols,





1st Prize -o-A GOLD WATCH.


and nuimero u Smalle Prizes rangintfr om7 to 1.


Deombet 9, 91906


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Ur #%'P U-4 I I
Juore not Theagh filoud ofe Miag
gnilct may dima M.y rlt her's famn
Fut iatew ay throw sueMWea'
upon the brigbtes name;
Tbou esaMt n4 te what UM eam e
Have wrought the ad result that tate
as honest name away.
Judge ot
Judge no The vreatest erilinal Wy
rightially ommad
A chaces to elear himself before a jury of
his land;
And surely one who 'er was know to
break his plighted word
Should not be hastily ndendm to eeI4
quy unbeard.
Judge enot I
Judge not Thou mass mot tell how
the look of iAter4sc" e
May tres o thebe,iAm p hy bmeast-
.. as dewdrops is em u ;
Tho dost mot knew wkat freaK of s
1 ay plumce *poan ty brow.
A cloud of haIu to kill the joy thd
rests upon it now.
Judge not I
Judge not But rather in the heart let
gentle pity dwell ;
Man's judgment err ; but there ut One
who doeth all things well'
Throughout the voyage of thy life this
precept keep ia view-
'Douto others as thoe woNldet thae
they should do toyer
Jirdge et
Spanish Towm.


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Christmas Number,




Toasted Bread, 6s. per barrel,



Pgs' Feed,
Purhasermo asat



2s. ditto
provide their own



Picture Postcards





10z. Per Doz., post free.


Oood eigas.




^ wte el daily am t p.m.

We l daily at p.m.

- Matter, of Manchionoal.
The uhombes were poorly attended on
Sands) on recount of raten.
The Xmas season i* near, the shops are
putting oa a bright appeance.
Two eompale beougt frait this week,
parties as u*uL.
Bright ysng men bere should look out
for the JAMAIOA TIMEsa aId i pictures,
they are the talk of the Island.
I reret that Win. Patrick. a fine look
ytag youn man of 19, received a severe
eat on the head, It is alleged by a girl.
He diedon Wednesday the 29th nlt, a'
Hardly Hospital, was bared at Brh-bill
on Friday morning at 6 o'clock, though
so early, there was a large gatherlno
of sympathizers and mourners. The body
was buried by Mr. Peter MeKenzie, one
of the Frwinds' preabers.
I dire to call the attention of the
Government of the absolute necessity of
bridges necessary between Long-road andl
Flat Gras. As taxpayers we tender our
earnest plea, tha the Government will
look into the matter with two eves.'

The children through the m algmatnatioD
of schools have to Io some to Manchion
eal, some to Sea bide and some to Bap.
twist schools which is about 2j miles from
borne and have to enooootor three river,
between Long-road and Flat Grass and
they are very dangerous during the rainy
oe son for children to cross over. I think
that the Public Works is the one to be
blamed in such matters. The very main
road is in a rough condition. The major-
ity of our people are poor and cannot
afford to buy boots fast enough when the
roads desuoy them. We plead earnestly
atain and again for bridges over Williams.-
field river.

Moneague Memos.
The Harvest, Flower and Cblkh'eas'
servtese came off in Christ arch, Mon-
eue, Snday lt with very good results.
Tbe solleeUtion reached two gres. The
-ber on the ososdoe n was Mr. WU-
of the Theologlial College. Very
meltable and appropriate sermons were
delivered. The e services were well
attended. The chuech was tastefully
dtorated by Lbe young ladies. Mil Me-
Donnough, the Misses Sinclair and Misa
A. Catterell gave U_*-fatlg-ble help.
The choir also did their part. Two an-
thema, Now Lift our Joyful song,' and
Sing ye Johotab's Praises' were well
rendered. The orgaeest being away, Mr.
I. W. Aderson assisant ognalnst acted.
The Wesleya s ere on the move with
their au al honr d AAdveurvry.
Cld-m a d eober are prmeiing. The
Baptats eeamo prope1ng.
The seboosb ae preresg for their
The rit of G i IrrLnGIe wll be ad
milaietered beforXe as at Christ Ooharek
Altheagh Xma is near everything
Were having some fise showed and
water will een be penful.

St. Vincent's Orit.
The pep aIo t. iaestt em
g.vssemt wim Ormn ba has dezedl
stw~y eppelt oa the l081mer oemy.
The people hoas beld ariemrkable series
otf duementlem agelet th*
S wte eprm g a l**
e~ t oesto Me estht ls da e for
toes habae heeoodacted with perfect
loyalty aad **d order, and have reatly
iUpNesed the GovrerO.

Notes From Annotto Bay,

mummm%& m mm- m -- -

I --s i- *Ain mg i e t a .- u m -


when my stockholder entrusted me with the man-
Semeut of their bubi new a few years a .
took dWO4e e n aptcal, saupplied by Farmer.
Wome Phyaltas, Clerks. Clergymen. etc.. Iii
Beifast. Maine. and In an honest, but vor1
prnt4ible bsinei earned and m14 Skle
aUL 1,0 2eeOse in east dividends to the
trat siz months. ,lnlO ,l0 tesinb diLi-
deuds within the nez- year. antdin 18 metn I
Ptidthem in rourl4 numbers ,0,846ist
I can furnish n. wnth an aS&darlt from the
stockoilders whi. ,proves every word of this to
be true. It is a mater of history and is
whose oiUsens voluntarily signed a statement
That voucbes for these
facts and wy Integrity.
honesty a n d business
This reads like a fairy
tale. bu ti S true. I ade
poor people rich. They
mbel eearnthberiees.
,V ve ery aseekkolder
ite tbelrha*re. Tbat's
mn wayof doingbusiness.
Shave learned the
grea value of the right
okind of Co peruatlo,
learned S m j to n---k
money fst in an efoest.
wo. brrl o bua..sies.es

t U Ui ---ol AiH- Lwhi We Il l W
the benefit of planters and Ineonvenisaoe
of travellers.
Dr. T. A. Campbell, Dentist, has had
his hands fall of work daring his stay
here; his affable disposition makes him
The foundation stone of the new Rec-
tory was laid by Mrs. J. P. Deltz. the
wife of the Manager of the U. F. Com-
pany here.
The Government School isa oon to be
For many years the yards here have
been without fences; the latrines were
very insanitary. The scene has ow
changed, thanks to the energy, ftness
and knowledge of the work of Mr. C. H.
Boe, the uapriantendenr of this division.
It is known that sub-offieers are entitled
to promotion, therefore I look forward to
the day when our Superintendent will
hold the ahief position in the parish.
I Heavy rains have been Interfering with'
i the services.
To Post Card Collectors.
We direct attention to the advertise-
ment in our last assue, among our Want
Ads. in which Mr. Bollis of 26 Hill.crest
Road. Waltham, Stow, London, makes
an offer that is sure to be of great interest
to the large army of post card collectors.
As will be seen, Mr. Hollis otters to send
to any one supplying him with Jarua'cs
stamps, p-at cards and Englibsh papers.
This is a chance which many will be glad
to seize. Mr. Holds can supply any poet.
heard pablishbed in the United Kingdom.
One'of the latest is a picture of the late
Sir Henry Irving ezenuted in fine style .
A First Class
Chri{t..ias Number.-
The Windsor's Chrtit-p- Number sa a
marvel of good reading and ine illuetra-
tion. It obtain a splendid lot of abshort
stories, con s .. among which are
those by Kipling and Forman. Anthony
Hope begins the new serial and Harry
Furnia e4.ilb-ates one of hb inlniltable
sketebes of Parliamentary life. The gen-
eral reader is well provided with more
solid matter and the illustrattons are nu-
merons and excellent. Altogether the
Christmas seeker after the beautiful and
the interesting, might go far ere finding
so choloe a gift.
Park Hall Notes.
The Harvest Fetival Servise in eon
neetles wh Holy Trinity awe off on
Sunday rd int, the Rev. Wmas Noble
The Medsal Eveug gt b the
members of the X.L.C.R. CoomI
Treape eomes off on the 10th inst. Among
the Aathemses to be readered is Mendels-
sohaes Hem my Prayer,'
A oneert comes off at James Bill,
Mt. Zion, n the 5th hnst. A goodfare
is being provided.

"The Old Metals Case."
The ee el th potlee vs. Wesass and
Ce., ~ar ag the defendants wa
breehk .o hdm eld metalW law was oom.
pleted this week, and Mr. Klngdoa re-
served judgment. The defeaee aserted
that the beey was not bought for the
Sm. Mr. Desporte who bought it
eorroberatd this, stattdg that it was a
prtte purehae on his own behalf. He
bad oUght a bar qeaUne and wanted
the baoy to mue in onneetion with die
mathI her.



Has Arrived.
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Has now got Full Control of

The Luab.w Xat


Mark Lane Wharf,,

Mark LaneWharf




Trur ws. o usUMl and &.0
loade every year.
Inowo hive a new bnsl-
x- oor o thesame. kTdir-
i-Only y rield is the
world. Australia. erld. My plan one of
eixteaded co-operation.
Store stockholders er fst.
irh It wlle wboan give w.e
s forw normtiopotJon.d lend
be metayor of elfaevelt Mand theirlat oene. Thedi-
Ex Pre&. B.& M.L.h. R. idends must be large.

1 pl a *r .*t,- nto, bwin.,
Fr(irt bald Ist at ate ent. ~I only ask ou Ivan
.a tels own Itnre stor f ItSgro When I
7Lrted there were only a few tt,,'kholderb. now
l hae 1ove ,000 theboo 'y ie in Wr pa:ts of the
world. Australia. Y'ow Zealujid. Suth Africa. in
the U. &,Ca oda. ICMeland. Cubu.Mexjco. Sand-
wich Islands. Gibraltar. et. and 1 am shppglog
godts mall of these e oemtenen4. I t a tfw
more stoekbolders The &bpi es are going fast.
You Can I nvestda or0luemont W payments If you
wtfh. It will be Sodftah we w lgIma" I& 1row'.
This Is a aaamight forwai d proposition. You will
bthe mwort n th level and tread on the sqtooboa.
1I plae 90 ofr matamisbed bvsureo
156,d bnd thatour Stent. Kionlyagston.
four owFURNITURE to I d V I kd of
sBAGGAGEll the pofyWant. in Kingetoee, and
Bankers. us"',e-s Men. Chiirrh and Piblie
04c. e, Send your addeAdrew on potal card rae
I will8d a21- PW book,
Guide tFo Full PE. ket"
FRAI. I will pay the*4M1 age. Remember.,
*,A Lo Oppoetualtu y ]evqerr1tms.."
Ask me to I-rove evory stateinent In this adv.
'11 send you the endorsement of a whole cityr an
tbh sworn statement of my former stockbL

stT FR oEMAN (U le & Co.), Cat eP

156, Harbour St., Kiu Iston.

F &KILIES pleasenote that we tramn-
Feirh FURNITURE and all kinds of
BAGGAGE to all points In Kingston and
St. Andrew at nominal rates.

Mattrdes, Nobele. School Books, over
800 Old Books, Toys, Note Paperl 4d.
er dosen packs, Bureau with looking glass,
ow Blood Molasses, Is. per quart. Pare .
Molase 06d per quart. over six hundred __
gallons in stock, wholesale and retail.
A pleae of land for sale cheap. Apply at
131 Tower Street and Mark Lane.
W. A. FREEMAN, Manager.

December 9, 1905



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AD lDInMai Story
TraSllIn Sklrto on Callinr Gowns.
Overskirt !-ietts Smart. Little Polki
Long trailing tski--s are to be seen
on calling gowns.' The sheath skirt T"0 **
promises to be a favorite model of the I -'
1 winter. Great care must be exercised ,
-a4ot to get the back too tight. There a "Do go
should be fullness that is not seen, Oneo It wda okig
such as that given by Inverted box a plain, thm t dirt looking
plants. spent most of his tme. sat
Plaits e ocoal bin In the day time sa
O.1 Irt effects, obtained with the the bootjacks and wO tm
material cut In one, two or three pieces, the boatk and eai t
giving the effect of fitted ncm are thrown at him at anght a ]
to be mart sang on the back fecs.
In silks to be made up for separate He didn't belong to any a
bloses and worn with street gowns ticular, but be usually sept t
handsome plaids are shown. In some per Klopper's oal b. o
of these waists the plaids run bias, but bors all came to Mr. Sip
nearly 'all combinations are In evidence, and said his eat was *ute
chlekemr' His cat wee 'te
milk' So Mr. Slipper Slo
up his mma that as the cat
good" cat and had no frieadn
be drowned.


Sat, jwst
Seat who
mp in the
id dodging
hat were
he mt and

a ]&. ip-
er Pepper
iing their
aling b her -
per made
was a "no
i he better

the cat got his back up.
S"I won't go," said the eat.
"You will goA said Mr. S. 0
"But I catch rats and mle for you,"
pleaded the cat.
"You steal others' food," said Mr.
Slipper Slopper shortly.
"I might do you some good some S I
day." whined the cat.
"You're no good," said his master.
and, taking his water pall on his arm

'Very palatable.
Known throughout the world and prescribed in all cases
of Anemia, Dgbloty and Conoalescence, to young women,
Children and the aged. Invaluable in hot climates.
SDOSE : One wlae-glass after be two principal meals.
/ R' ach bottle of enUine VIN SAINT-RAPiAIf bears, in
S: addition to the registered trade-mark:
(2) A MrETAL SEAL advertising CxET1AB..
iss aMELISSAand MINT cordialI which
surpasses all others by its purety
l and fau fless preparatio. To be taken on a lump of sugar.
Stp as liema.: S. WRAY K WPW, who A It** met. IONssToK
PRINCESS GOWN._--_-_ ___
and when the leading tone in the plaid W O K A UINEA A "OG
matches the gown material these waists
are especially desirable. They re -
made up comparatively plain, the D AGGn SCRATCEN A ROWLIO.
plaids being hin themselves sufficient
decoration. and seizing the cat by the tail, he
Some of the newest petticoats have dragged him, scratching and howling, .
Colored muslin ruffles under their em. to the river.
brolderod flounees. "What arl you going to doT'" cried
The princess gown shown In the cut the et.
Is of fine French broadcloth. On the "Wait and see," said Mr. Slipper
front skirt panel are rows of- buttons Bltpper. He took a long cord from his Me ALL
and simulated buttonholes of velvet, pocket and tied it about the cat's neck
The same effect is carried out on the and then bent down over the bank to IL Uu
bolero jacket, which Is also trimmed get a big stone. But his foot slipped
with braid in a conventional pattern, and In he went, splashing and bowling H A
JUDIC CHOLLET. Into the deep water. Ow ng
Mr. Slipper Slopper when a boy had
never learned to swim. W tak UOml IM Ulg-IiOU..
Christmas Candy. "It's all up with me," he moaned. "
!,To make chocolate caramels dissolve But the "no good" cat made for home. Disodered Uver Female
over a fire one cupful of molasses and As he came alone Mrs. Slipper Blopper
two teacupfuls of sugar; add one-quar- grew anxious and ran to the shore just Prop only by i e f .o.-Ft- iOASX BcmAuL u t M -tM'hs,
ter of a pound of grated chocolate and '% time to pull her humbtud Zu. EngIand "oxes, 1/ljd. (55 pils) and 2/9 each, w ti tul directions.
a piece of butter the. sale of an egg; "How did you know?" he gasped. c^ ,'.-..t.
boll for fifteen or twenty minutes; pour "It was the cat," she replied.
into flat buttered dishes to the depth of "He was some good, then, after all," R WILSON & CO., Pe a s.nar'm aS ..
a quarter of an inch and when cold cut said Mr. S. So he was.-Plttsburg Dis- 6I" D '. ---" M6 E If um -
Into squares an inch In size. patch. Xarble-Work and Painting Establishb. ?- l ,'N% V,?
Caag Cuteac. hristmas In Cornwall. Mots 120 W &r Lane, (We t
He chaeange, counted rapi. y Crw Cisa eve 1 e- ) countenance- t
Slipping on his face the-Santa Clanu elal holiday with children, who are al- Tombs and Marble Memhorials el (' Pj.
ppng on h is face triumphant entry n- lowed to sit up tillnidnight and drink -outed. Sign and Ortiamental Paint so s.
mask, he ma e a triumphant entry of to to the "mock," as the Yule log Il called lg performed. -hAM- a S b, MM-M,
.-*. there.





Christmas Number,

Written for the Tifr f Sw.iul .Nuubw
I have been asked to write
something for the Christmas
Number of that excellent aid
popular weekly, the JAMAICAt
Tiaus; and the subject ciosen
for me to write upon is *" Merry
and Wise." It is good to be
merry, better to be wise. and
best of all to be both merry and
wise. May we during this fes
tive season be wisely merry and
merrily wise-wisdom in our mirth
and mirth in our wisdom. If the
last hurricane did not make the
people of Jamaica wiser, it cer
mainly made them sadder; and
that sadness has hung over the
UB_1_ t _IL_ L L t

slaUU like a thick cloud up t
the present time. The people
have talked about and dreamed
about their losses; the burden of
their prayers h4i been their
crosses; and the auost popular
sermons have been those which
have dwclt upon what GOD took
away from his people, and not )n
what he left them. The conbe-
quence has been that during the
past two yeats and more, sighs
and groans, if not murmurs and
complaints, have been both nu
merous and loud. and people have
looked as if they had just re-
turned from the funeral of Hope,
and the birth of Despair.
But, dear readers, is it not time
that we assumed somewhat of our
erst-while cheerfulness, and is
there not abundant cause why we
should do so ? Things have never
been as oad as they might have
been, and they have always been
better than we have deserved.
And we should always remember
that He never takes away our
all, Himself He gives us still.'
8R there is such a.thing as a rich
poer'ty--" Having nothing and
yet possessing all things"- just
as there ib a poor wealth. Little,
plus &OD is riches, not poverty ;
and much, minus GOD is pove rty,
not wealth. But bad as things
- have hmen they are better th ,n.
they were, and will be btwtier
*till we trust, in the near future.
LteA, tuerefort, rejoice in the-
fact of returning prosperity, and
let us make merry in the antici
nation of the good. time- coming
as if it had already come. In m
opinion there is no reason why
we should not have, but mony
reasons why we should have, a
real olo fashioned merry Christ-

guard with smspieion, if they do
not actually disapprov of, any-
thing in the **y of mirth. I
bhve come to this oenelusion
partly on account of the fact that
*whn 1 hav w&n ibd thaise oom

people a merry 4,hristmas, they
have said. A happy Christmas
pie so." To which I have re-
plied :-4" Well, if.you choose to
refuse to be merry because you
are happy, I choose to be merry
because I am happy." Do we
not all know some people who
pretend to be supremely happy,
who are really miserable, and
who make all who have to do
with them miserable ? I should
not care to ive with a man who
was so happy that he could not
smile, or even, on appropriate
occasions, indulge in a hearty
laugh. Give me the happiness
which lllhna ovnr n o;n* tn i hia

tic mirth rather than the hap-
piness which stagnates into pee-
tsimistic gloom. I should like to
shut up some Christian for "an
hour with Willie Fr6ear; and if
h- did not make thaan laugh I
shouldd give them up as hopeless.
One of the most effectual ways
of causing the burdens of care to
roll off our backs is to shake
ourselves with laughter. We
should not suffer from, so many
splitting headaches, if we more
frequently split our sides with
1 hope there are none of the
readers of the Timas who think
they-cannot be merry unless they
get into the condition of those
who sang :-
For to-night we'll merry be,
To-morrow we'll be sober.'
That kind of mirth ia a delu
sion and a snare. An English
toper, on being asked if he had
had his dinner, replied, "* no not
a drop." It is those drop din-
ners that are reaponsible for,
many of the ups and down sof
life-hicups and fall downs,
This is the festive season, and
I hope that all my readers will
have a good Christmas dinner
for it is not possible for one to
-be merry on an empty tomaoh.
Iou may just as well invite the
north wiod to siag the Doxolory,
as to urge men to be merry
when they have an aching void
jist beneath their waistcoat.
Hence, all honour to those who
ore helping to provide Christmas
dinners for the poor. Give the
poor a rich feast, and see how
merry the poor can be. As

grace must
meat most

come before meat,
come hAforc mirth.

W -h A s a -A m -a -

A am airaia Tat some g^oao
people think that merry is a
aaughty word, and that they re.

in me raraoi o r the its Luigai
-Son, it was after they had eaten
of the fatted cilf thbi thby 'bogan

to be merry.' The strong and
ibdustrious will, of course, eajoy
a Christmas dinner of their own
providing But should thbre be
a well autb-aMated ease of a
mNlat .iMA k,,wI.warkiiftf mau

wrhnut .p.w&.a mr w ,w--iarV

who, through no fault of his own
but entirely oa account of eir-
cumetances which were beyond
his control, is unable to provide
for himself a Christmas dinner,
I will, en being satisfied that it
is a genuine case, send him
enough to make it possible for
him to eat and be merry." Of
course, I as. not referring to
those, of whom there are many
in Jdmatoa, who work hard
trying to live without work.
Another thing thit is a proe-re-
quisite of mirth, is freedom from
pain. Fancy a man with a severe
toothache making merry I I
think-1-ean rnmambhr nn twn nr

three occasions taking part in the
toothache dance; but there was
Soothing very mirthful about it
to me, although there mignt have
been to the onlookers But on
all occasions, and especially at
the present season, we should
remember those who are suffer-
ing, aud who are never perhaps,
free from pain. If we cannot
make these sad ones mirthful, we
should see to it that they do not
suffer more than is necessary
through any neglect of ours. It
is all my will for us to pray,
either at home or in church, or
both, for ", the sick and the
afflicted, the roor, and the needy,
the dying and the destitute,4 but
neither our opportunity nor our
duty ends there. I knew a man
who used to pray somewhat after
that style, and yet be had one of
the most miserable little souls
that God Almighty ever created,
or the devil ever destroyed
Whenever there was a collection
for hospitals, or for any charita-
.ble purpose, this man's upturned
eyes were so dazzled by the
brightness of the dinner efful-
gence that he could not see the
collection box, and when he was
called upon for a donation to
help in alleviating the sufferings
of the sick and the afflicted, or
in supplying the needs of the
poor and the needy, he was al
ways the very essence of immu -
tibility, for he had 'no change.'
That man's repentance was, in
my opinion, a repentance that
needed to be repented of ; and I
am iite sure that no one in Ja-
masiod eeds to be told that sucb
prayers from such pe >ple were
better never uttered. Prayer
should not only go upwards t.,
*. In. ..&6 _. __L

tua ea11 "a ID o JL, "UT, Fy n IhoulX
go downwards irto our heart*
an I into our pockets and into

our very feet.
I trust *that those of our read-
ers who are husbands and fathers
will try to makes their homes
bright and mirthful during the
Cbidtmas season ; and if more

efforts were put forth in this di-
rection, not only on special occa-
sions but on all occasions
the number of happy times
would be augmented! I am
afraid that whilst some husbands
are crm abrmd, they awe skim-
if not sour-milk at home. This
surely ought not so to be. The
three dearest names on earth
should be Home, Wife, Mother;
and if these three -or any one of
them, does not cause the Angel,
which is somewhere or another
in every man to show itself, there
is something which keeps that
Angel in check. Why should
nnt a hibahanr) b tkd r oLntak Clanae

Ao hang a stocking just over the
pillow on which his wife rests
her bead at night, and then in
the morning when she feels
happy to know that she is not
forgotten, put her in the right
mood to be merry the whole live-
long day by telling her not that
ahu is my expensive, but that she
is my dear 1 It is these little
things that make home bright,
even although the sun may not
But I fancy I hear the Elitor
of the Tuias whispering in my
eat, *think of the limitations of
space, and of the irritations of
readers.' I therefore stop, al-
though I have touched only the
fringe of the word merry,' and
have not touched at all the word
'wise.' I however, conclude by
wishing the Editor and his Staff,
as well as all my readers, A mer-
ry Christmas, and a bright and
happy New Year.

Guy's Hill Notes.

The rainy weather has set in.
On Thursday the 10th anit., Mis G.
KMrti we married to Mr. I. N. Ander.
son. of Spanish Town. The wedding was
a pretty one. The ceremony was per-
formed by Rev, 8arpe of 6. George's.
Miss Geraldie Martin seter of the bride,
acted as bridesmaid, whilst Mr. Nell of
Old Harbour acted Ma best man.
Coffee pro-lss to bring good price this
year, and the crop Is not at all bad.
The Guy's Hill C. C. hae put up cricket
for the season, afcr winning the Gayle
VC. in a matclah on the rd ult.
On the 26th, Mrs. Bowen will have a
drawing room conmert, also a Garden
Party is fixed at St. George s.
An Improvement.
From the lit Deembher 1905, Imoresed
and E'abos ed 8tamp from Id to 6/. vatee
and Inland Postal Orders are sold at
the General Post Office, Dake 8reet, and
aliwbour Straet, the latter will ns lon .
be obtainable at the Foreign Money Or.
areSO i ailedeli all.

a.1i Vg1|II 5 llJ

Inland Potal Orden will be eashedot
the General Pose Office so long aS tads
are available,

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4wo ft a OW wowup
~ bemoonj

o Hnaturdiy ,i good deal of exeitemebt
wa,. oee.ion-d here by the receipt of a
esble running thus :
Georietown, Demerara, Dec. l.-A
at, tie of wharf labourere which is in pro-
grew here assumed a sertonus aspect this
morning, when the police were compelled
to fire on a riotous mob
Five men were killed
Later in the day the rioters attacked
the Government House.
The Governor and other officers are now
besieged in the public buildings.
The arrival of warships is anxiously
The strike, which is the result of a de-
moed for higher wages, began on Tues-
daL Tho.su., Dec. 1.-D.M.8. Sappho
and Diamond have gone to Demerara.
Later on in the week. thanks to the
enterprise of the Gleaner we received ful
ler details of the trouble and its develop-

George Town Is a city of about 54,000
inhabitants, the entire colony of Bntiuh
Guiana oontainini only 300,000 all told.
The population is made up for the
mowt part like oure with the exception
of a larger proportion of East Indians and
the American Indians that inhabit the
Geor Town s a bsy and prosper
out ity doing a oo0olderable shipping
buaesn and attracting naturally a large
popUlation of men oooaaeetd with the
docks and wharvre.
IT tro l bean with tbhe ske
Meog thkee. They demanded an ia.
rease of pay which the Shippin Co-
Ipan l declmlned to grant and on Tnesday
ies week te mren went on strike.
Strain ad excitement wre almost ir.
edily felt bt probably lie har
would have remslted had it not been that
the town abouadm n lewd women and
i le, dissolute boys locally called cent-
pedes. T'vr ignorant and depraved
e infl8aed ihe situatib and the
lhat the merchants had to lose their
basiose places.
Tke Me-rreani.s appealed to theGov-
trOmens and asquad of armed police took
pese~eioa of the main thWrglarSe.
thi wa only effetual for a time sad
JTh~eby )ht found the mobs, is tbe
i-i of Othe Govrnor, e aneros
shat he laid the eoity uader the equiva.
es"t of martial law.
there distaria faeter now aSfeted
the ataasteb; bhads of eame-erttera o
the etatems ed about arek ao and
trooptg llat the ety. elt of them
eayag emsad Ms, aded to thed sorde
The ustOalW eel W and hoodebed was
ease e bv the mob etats to seno the
pe- That bedy led atot he ifees
amesg whom o e wan was killed right e
the*e qt et se weeanded,
The- emwd dMeed md a time
S were q er, hat as the deed and

diterbasees wtere as gret that the poHee
wee agate obliged to Are pea the reot
e. This & omex a am were killed and
elevse wounded. Two of the latter sb-
oqesat diedraking a *teal death-rell
Thse eA atet took place e rrtday and
f O

Sthe shade ei he .ooonout groves waceh
fMnge the shore and launched by hand.
These groves are beautifully kept, an--
other diD of enterprise. any a nie
woune es oantt have I enjoyed beneath'
the shade of these trees. Surf-boating,
fishing, sea-bathing, etc., ean be enjoyed
v tourists in these islands (which are d-
nedencles of ours) tf they only knew how
to get there. Thenearest port of import-
ance to them is Montego Bay and former-
ly their vessels were all registered here.
Formerly crude in manners the people by
contract with us and Mobile have shewn
within the past few years a remarkable
improvement in this respect.
In conversation with Dr. (George Thou son
he told me be booked a turtle in the hbar-
boar of George Town, Grand Osynan.
It Is the first time I have he rd of
sash a feast. I have heard of netting
turtles and of tnrniog turtles, buc of
hookine turtles I uaveir knew until the
doctor told me. By the way it is current.
ly understood in Jamaica that the food
of the "syman people principally con-
istas of corned turtle and pork fat, but
on a casual visit to Cayman Brae in Feb-
ruary 1898. on -my way back from Cuba
to Jamaica I was treated to roast chicken
and ham. goats flesh, smoked tongue.
and in fact as aood a course as could be
expected under the circumstances. It is
all very well to accuse these people as
wreckers'--Soeme may remember the old
story of the Cayman preacher who see.
ta hi eongregaton gradually diminish-
ing one Sunday and a general stampede
threatnAiug, called them eck in sten.
torian voice having had a wink' that
there was a wreck on the coast, and get.
-ng moat of them back inteir place
qeletly took off hi gown in the pulpit
said : Now brethren let us all start fair
play. But it must be re..ebered that
At have remarkable enterprise In
roeu matters of business and can teach
our people leIson in progress. Why any
ene who visited the Islands twenty years
ago will see an extraordinary change-
In place of tatehed bodies they willifind
villas and beautifully built cottages be-
neath the palms on the beach where the
oeran breakers roar.
(The people are a first class lot.-ED.
J. T.)
The liver is a large and powerful organ,
sompoed of a great multitude of blood-,
veseela, nerves, abeorbents, and bile cban-
ade, heldoge r by a reddy-brown sub-
staes. The livers great work is to sap.
aly the bile, whdah helps to prepare our
led for converting nto rich, life-giving
Bas when the liver beoomes sluggish,
there I not eaogh bile made to dtgest
the food, the blood become stauved-
Spale ad without nourishmet, and
-1thef1 fi mIaWt gvig off bad ,asse-
wMiA emse iasleney, headahe and toul
breath. The beels become clogged, and
conotipatiou beig.
One of the aIr a of aluggish lver
is a feeling of Pendeu and weariae
(dine so the impure bld atupifyg the
braoi Sad falling to moortiah the bqdyJ1
The somplexi will be yellow, and
eyes heavy; there will be wind in athe
steomeh, variable appetite, palpitation of
the heart, ad bad taste In she mouth.
Liver trouble should always have
omt treatment, and, in t eary faie
earefal dietiag, in cujuncto wi
emeounh oenre of Doaes' Dinner Pills
will 4 a oer,. 'Bat if aegiected, en*
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#k-et- aif&at I E fL math&

ties, with al heir time, s ull and ser .tion of the organ s aye ruined; there
j.e. rdsy and Sat"rday were ps will be dyspop^as, an*ma, and perhaps
aiddt iu ekin I e The mas les that dnve oat
bet aszV st wa mewhat easmned whean the ponoms wasMte will be numbed, and
h was ke that e Govenor had rwille e coMstpatoo. Doa's Din-
~wire fo aMata nor pills are the great liver corrective;
Oa heahy the ur Sa.ph 4 their esth ismi b reliable; they
Iarrnd uee bd he town aad. give a alby sat"imulus to the liver, so
ia. d elem a1 & -e AoI that e om -i Uo-b ee produced to-dftpt
Th .paraa t .ea .., a eoredo the food and eas the p t f wata.
order aad pebli eoonbdeee, hat apto Dean i esti.
Teaday the ste hadnout bea esoee r i eston, co
pttea, e heaaeehb, retehing, diuinees,
Ca isess afterI appetite, yellow"
u.t* htarthernewd,i ad for vary liver,
-iir r ei so & and bowel trouble. To be had
(J i Orews M w Cor Ie O PP t*L) of at eheemiBtand store, or direct froi
bAT wiLnmo--bThertwrn mare boat th e pope th er MeClllaa Co.,
o m We s to.e age h tal to aymea I Brae ao We0 S Oxford St., Loadeo., W. Sold
'eae t% ix meathe than arebelUt inl at ely n boxes at /I a box, or six boxes
Jaetaear orseeree pean, sad this I. for 0G. Be ame to ask for Doan's Dinner
o exaweatti2. They are betl beneasI Pill.

If You are Partiolar
To have your lnOthes fit well

Art Tailor, 1

42, Tower Street.

A Word to the Wise.

which reproduces the human voice
naturally, and is a thing of joy and plea.
sure in the home.
A princely zlft to Fiancee, Wife or
Friend ; they are Ithe bh-t aad che;lpest,
and are to be had ouly of
Wat4amaker and J.1 weller and Sole
Agent tor the (4rmophone and
Typewriter, Co, Ltd London.

0Z & SO h Petes La
Bras and Iron Found, r, General Black-
saith, Machinist., Cycle a*M Auto mobile
A new special has been dde4 in the
reoasting of bhureh and School Bells te
order. The following Is
We r.- glad to b. able to express our
complete aautsfaetlo with 0ae work d ue.
The remwed Bell t oweet tIn tone, hand-
some in appearance and substantial in
workmanabip, while the price is a moder-
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bells, and advise thfein to send without
delay for your quota',lon with the assur-
snoee that your tablisthmenm will turn
out work, in quality, to equal new bells
Imported Into the Island.
-With tALukk fUr itenAioto out isthes,
Yours faithfully,
81(Staned) RV. 0 BARON."
Baptist Church, Ulstr 4pr ino.

Dr. S. Moore's Compound
Blood yg Tonio.
IThe G-at Blood Purifier & Tonic.
"This Preplaido tis reo amended by
the Med a Profetslon as a Valuable and
Reliable Remedy for the C ire ot Rheu.
matism, Blood Poiseo, Sorot la. Syphilis,
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streng#t to the system and thoroughly
pariies the Blood. 3/ oer bottle.
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Ms aesr, iason Drug Den, t,
0 Ktag Street, Aget.




'hri tm, Number,

December P, 1906 J JAMAIA IM M 8 ___
Mount arey, St. James St El bth.
At the SWpu miseioary meettg the MY Pricem are Right SANtA ONz-T 4eU Manrs a
earaea vwa preahebed by tkev. WeB. tbs Sepste" CSu rc hao boo wy A Im
t, re were MY Motto Ggod Value for your Mouey." etW weeks. ei -..'
Borts sad Bargeus. Tbe Rev Pratto g a se7et beoly her. beag g
ldf ey CM" 1cac 1. MY Terms are as Good as Any.
hme s youg me dm not bev vr m
Ahemslm weli -* M _- s
--Tbga, prope s on. Te .pplyer t. MY Aim-Lowest Possible Prices. # e
mll. The priem oaly 7. pi wb. lM n." .o ...
Iu!1to ssarem, bat proud prwtflodle T-ad bee au4 as apWNe iM,-
plSue a p MY Conditions-Discount for Cash. Lsugw** rj,- ,s wys
CAMBBIDOB.-Ba ah w b b Repent ye r to Lt.
b j a &ne U e A W. MY Principle-To Please All. Rnt o too L..
nIr, I W, (Wr for Las J ..e s m... ,
Prim W 71 4OlP. iPr U i doi dlook.
for 9,a l 7.t *the. p"b1 MY Request-Your Visit. n a
St Ann. MY Business-Drugs. -A ad as pft oldas.-
ThBe oo-Thee worked eard l wte at e elaim
to see the result. ExpooatAIN were ex* F aO ms .of m

it was kept for four hours them To e.sh our d"_ awar,
was arranged for.
Mosat Zon C. has suffered two de- Ad sh Iy asy
_-- efro-m the Zas-or o.0. of When from my b1e 1e as 11 Itir
wicket@, sad the last by I sad 11 lekete. f I on earth y Lord forge
8t. Andrew's Church had Its Barvn t He'll leave e to my fete;
Festival on the 3rd. And when I dee I'll eek in rvta
To enter Parashire
Bethel Town. i then the phment of s
A young man was arrested for an alleged 'TI while on e, th man most rep.
offence against a little girl, who is just And God forgiveness rae ,
twelve He got bail, and wu examined For shaD he find wo dima ia a
on tbe 24th alt.. but the matter has been 1sTtT l8 fOmi. O No )ope byd tee pave.
deerren. W. ...ines, ,i, ....c.O To- a VS aI Sam re.,tebU
nla the Resident Magrate Court bed ti9o dsalh e- tis earth,
on he ;4h asit. David Stewart was s 1for thukks *s Asa'e Iklteml2,
tieo three f sentseod av ti See me for your Christmas Supplies. W s w sh
pretty of Mr. J. R.. sa ded sold a wla
tor a winl arm. W%06 bhe .ie*i sekthgae
Joebsta Bald having f rehmed pero. aB fm h1e *fte fSMe.
am-. w u a.....l.e d n ,rChemical Hall, 801 Kin0 Street. .
she -Uillu o. f wa ne B i ,' ^-mi-.-- kk a J



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SPrices cannot be equal ed

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Xmas. Supplies from us.


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MtLUM JnNTE stood before Old
Orlakee's Window. The dark
platesa and b-oues. the somber
ts and hangings, had disap-
-OML Glakee's wandow wus Ia
8Iday attire, and Little Jinnie won-

M wahy. ome one had spoten or a
cA thr distant, a day of mirth and
0B0mess. of good will and peace; that
lM joy bells would ring, the music in
Aetuarehb would sound and that ev-
ay e would smile and greet one an-
aer as if great times bad come.
Uttle Jinnie best forward and lean-
id her elbows upon the narrow ledIP
that jutted out from the window.
"What a feast shbe saw! A tall soldier.
Oa ad and gold, stood in one corner.
Mf Supket at "ahoudker arums," deter-
Am In hs eye a&d in lls rigid at-

Kr AM. '

AA. Uttle JAnnie started to say
..__ 4 *ni n" -bat she didn't quite
, t- manner.
w him, seated on a dairy tool.
a ma idkmald with a churn, and the
M, uMbrf dasher kept going up and
-M at regular lurviae w "a, the
in etWs head kept bbag adWg
iW th e. 'white linen bows on hber
s gsped like windmills.
A hIrd boy stood next to the
m, and In his mouth was a
ir maascal lustnemamL TW A
Si a loud ao WSW OUt.

-" tqsl Luttl Jtunte alAmoll
~~that. tibey wme net uqs to
-o em isekoaso M4 MAn lth
-oa and bobbed low~ mpi Mwt pe

imrw a sp InLJW diofant &Me
~in clckwIh a Gucko
gobA i sad out mad Obirr"Pad itl

~ an- '. i me w
Aw was n a. eM wm



sam* out ah im MI.dcesOf o4bb* A'
uwt b"cisbead 1sf.io dowukftw. it,

was Old GrinAeek adb batn dW
tian Jacket, very snes a t and
a queer Uttle skullcap on his head. He
looked about as it in qye*t of Msm S
thin& and his round little eyes squint.
ed here and there as It eve af w,
a long, way off. .
Lit* Jiate did not move. and it
Old Grtmkee saw bher e be klas
enough not to object, for he never once
looked toward ber, but kept uqutntla.
and moriag until be saw a long, nat-'
row house, painted green, with a small
peak. which stood In the center of his
"Ah!" he cried, and from outside
Jinnie heard his grunt of satisfaction.
He moved toward thie pree 1,e. In
his hand he beld a kgy, and, dtwr furi-
bling and feeling about their a of the
strac-tuae., her r.adit--4 iMb. Then
he waited for something, Jinnie didn't

Ihe was wmsulg
I in


k, 1 NOWm a ..

.The customers l .4aery at
him, 'he bad found their toys,. and.
s they examnd thpm nd approved
.(p tt hritb it t ae tb 'mark te
pamled glances of the shopkeeper.
s,' .A' "* J ,
' R Ete Jineie was unhappy. In..
small, meager home he e
sq sQt6ngbf tr ieen older
dhe might have known.
"Land o' love," the ed.
igtd11-wot'over sumthin'! She's
thet thin an' pale as ter be or shad-
der." The poor woman paused In her
daUy ,task of aewing and looked un-
e1 at ue small thin one that played

edry a hnin the child had strayed
oat on the next block. The mother bad,
watched her and felt no uneasiness.

know what, but she stared, fascinate Wlenever she looked In that direction
by the old man's movements and wait- sbe saw' Little Jinnie standing against
ing, just as much as he waited, forJAe a window, looklagln wit.b atl her e: .
revelation that she felt sure wad to "Bless me"t exclaimed 'the b iotli'er.
come. "W"hat's it now?"
The door of the house opened. A And Old Grimkee bhad seen and beard.
pair of elephants walked out. then a for Little Jinnie came in every day fo:
couple of loears and two spirited look- a moment, amn twtween times, when
mng horses. After that trooped all the nobody was bqiln, Old (;rimko -.o
animals that I.ttle Jinnie bad ever- l oh'his knee u.n told her the wo0n
seen in' her picture book, the old, tbum~,.derful story of the ood. And quest
eared one that the mission teacher a tons had .been asked and the Christ-
given her. Bound and. round they te on, and Little
walked., and larger a laga gr ew ianl es were wonderstrucl.
Old rimkee oked up. He was "Where do you liver he asked. Old
proud of his window, for be had taken Grimkeht no children of his owm.
great pains to mae It. ttractlve. Not His sohn b died a year before.
another mian In Broad street knew the "Down there, nefir the alley. In the
children's ta*te aso well. All about the fmlny little house with red windows."
shelve. of rhis little Ap stood Santa It was nearing the time. For thb-ee
Clause, ralpa ca, tin soldiers and or four days a fine snow had fallen.
small. g ni had dolls that the little .-
ome. *U1i O Grtlakee bid been In
the bual for years, and he expected
great profits this Christmas tipe. !
Suddenly he spled Little JUinle. He
did not know whether she was admir-
lag him or his window, for her eyes
kept shifting from the long green toys "
to htm. back again, and so on. A gen-
al smile overspread the fce of Old .
Grimkee. The 7 ttle d1ld etside was
*ertain'- carried a V'ay with what she
Anw. Old Grimkee looked closer.
liow thin and pale she was, and quite
a little tot to be alone!
The o!d man kept stniling and smil-
lung, as if he knew her, and Little J!u- -
ale advanced toward the. door. Oiu
Grimkee had left his window ad
stood behind the counter.
"We\\el, little girl, what can I do foe
your" he asked, bending over th $
counter toward the wee figure that
looked appealingly upward.
"If you would tell"- She paused.
"Yes," said Old Grimkee.
"What that Ebhlg T'4-Iat house In
your window. Are the animals liver
"That--that grwrc house?" asked .- '
Old Grimkee leading forward to take a .
ieep at the te. 'wo.
-"Yes. sir," answered Little Jinnie.
"Why, you don't m..ma to tell me that ."aT T m T I'va Da-Awwn *'OUT.
you never saw a Noah's ark, child?" and the lIclels hung from the window
Little Jinie looked as ignorant a an ledgs In ld. Urimkee'* window. Many
mnt. ."Lof the toyq had dLapipeared. but the
No? y Wby, theq, yl*veev boaied N oah. ark' was stiti here. Some eow
fi r of f the sood and Noah and thlouxlght it "too expensive." yet

t the ark resting aa Ararat? bear me, Old Grtmkee rcir that It was un. Hve
r dear me! Old Grlmkeeactual3y looked scaked a great deM on thqatb q a ndLttw
7 worried over the turn et-affalirs.' HPutiunlal rWere ntto" Immon animals;
tfght everybody knewI that they were made the finest
I. Just theb some customers came I, All t tl~r ads by
a and Old Grimkee put e- Nt d .t Tipef'beorA his wtidow.
air. and the wonderful toy was wound up,
w 'The chi stole nolsalsnly oat. Old and the eyes outside -rew ergr
* GrimAkee dM Wt ear Ue fa n t lir. n iy ha
r, ap~air ir1 ^ it oldWerttkee as lutstas t J
a hI f4aft t st lt. kwthr b be "ieas me!" be sutide=n* t@t
!-ll iU th*mU. 'red ta* nh"pO i4 seen 1e hf twdaf.
- O a4e, be la ooked aat th neqer. l.look her p!"
- 1W *M1 b a e and packages. & QGrh- la a dim little room, es a emash
a qI s o wrre itUIng him a bit. And where the faded coverlet wwas iN
- h as he looket- a pair of wottful eye drawn. lay Uttle Jleta. The b & a
a b'"e a.nd hemvly lashed. k4 ates h. h a thww t IL 'grt-L *

U A1 AllrlkZ

Christmas Number,

Them4 'e- o~ *tfut than w
Two IuttI hand*w'e astrped oft to

-"I orful, glad to see yer," said she.
"Ire missed yer an' the ark too!" Her
vese waVs quite thin as she said this.
"Is that sor? Old Grtmkee asked, a
wupleton of tears it his gey4.
"Course it's so! Ive dreaAed 'bout
JIt at.alght till I-thought It'ws rit
-by me. An' I've seen the winder. Oh,
its a beadlti-ful winder, Mr. Grimkee!"
Mbe always ran her volee up en the
last syllable with a very delighted ac-
"Olad you like it," Old Grimkee said.
"I'm proud of the winder too. I've
taken lots of paias with it, I'm sure-
thought 'bout it at uightt, as you have,
and studied how to make it attrac-
"Well. It's--Jest nric. Everybody says
that. Mr. Gr4iumke"---nd h" vote a4-
mott hushed with awe-"is the Noah's

ar-r-rk there?"
"Yes, it's there." No one but a
tradesman woLuid huve detected disup-
pointment in his toue. "Maybe not for
long, thuugL; maybe not for long:"
"I'm sorry." sni! i he, then dropped
the subject of 1be tirk.
Old ;Griuilke i(,:b; th.it very que But I.ttle Jnui, le had r:e\ er sefmin4-dl 11.:e
other children. So he dropped the suh-
ject, too, and be asked her when she
would sit up.
"Oh, soon," she cried. "Tm better,
ain't I, mar?"
Mrs. Conroy came In from the Inner
room, a smell of greases about her
sleeves and hands and a worn expres-
sion on her face. "You're mendin', of
oourse ye are! The docther says as
yer'll be up Christmas. Oi'll be glad,
sure an' Oi'IH be?"' The tired woman
tried to look brighter. Even Old Grim-
kee saw that.
"Are you glad, Jinnie?" asked Old
Grimkee. "Are you glad Michaelmas is
coming ? You'll be up, you know."
"De-pends," said she, and Old Grim-
kee wondered where she had heard
that word.
-"If the little Cbist( Child will come
'an' if I can hear t:!e gin' an' see th3
fine toys an' things i.u' ail you've told
me 'bout, Mr. Grimixce, you know'-
she looked exctdlly into his eyes-
"why, I'll be orful glad:"
That was enough for Old Grimkee. He
said goodby in a very suddjn manner,
and Little Jlanie smiled sweetly.
When he found himself outdoors he
blew his nose several times, and his
glasses were so wet le couldn't see the
gate before h:L.

Christmas morning: In Old Grhu-
kee's window seo:: o c.hauge was visible.
Behind the o'ocoi in" Little Jinni;e's
home stood Old Grimkee. He was peep-
ing through the crack, and he' kept up
a, regular pantomime as he looked lut.)
the Inne room..
There sat Little Jinule. a pretty color
In her cheeks, and hugged tight In df 'r
arms was the Noah's ark.
"That's the thing I've dreamed
'buet," said she to hermeother. "That's
the artr-rk. An', oh, 'mar, think it',
been a-restln' on Rararat an' now It':;
a-restin' lere! Oh, oh!"
Then Old Grlmkee rushed out niid

kimsed her. He forgot Just then that
the price mark on the Noah's ark bad
been $5.

Cha*mua womes lt Dixlie.
0. Cbhb'mus como ter dt lan' er cotton-
set you fwfi't in- e -
i dt Chrt'mus time lo Dixiel
Dsn't kr et do weather fair or murry-
hg fat posewm a obblin' turkey-
ALak wr.
Leeki away,
fr de Chrtl'&e ttUe ta D"ixin
-f* at .. La a AUata onstitutlow.

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Chapter I.-Hlrtm Holladay, a malti.
millionaire, is found murdered in his office

which his daughter had just left. She is
suspected. Mr. Royce undertakes her
defence. IL-At the examination dam-
ning evidence Is disclosed against Frances
Holladay. III.-More incriminating evi-
dence makes it almost sure she will be
held on a charge of murder.
"I iiea;in that MIs Holladay posi-
tively refu'ts to ,>.iy where i-he spent
4 yesterday afternoon."
"Does she understand the-the ne-
cessity?" I asked.
"I pointed it out to her as clearly as
I could. I'u all at sea, Lester."
Well, if' even he were beginning to
doubt, matters were indeed serious:
"It's incomprehensible!" I sighed,
after a moment's confused thought.
"Yes-past believing."
"But the coachman"-
"The coachman's evidence, I fear,
won't help us much-rather the re-
J actually gasped for breath. I felt
a drowning man from whose grasp
the saving rope had suddenly, unac-
countablhy, >he i'n snalli "In thal cas<"'- I b1gan and stopped.
"Well. in thalt case?"
"We must find .- mne other way out,"
I concluded l;;,3iy.
"Is there amn other way, Lester?" he
demanded, whveeing round upon me
fiercely. "Is liorer. another way? If
there :s I wish yoo'd show it to me!"
"There must ie!'" I protested des-
perately, striving t' v, nvuice myself.
"There must he. Only., I fear, it will
take some little tinne to find."
"And meanwhile Miss Hoiladay will
be remanded! Thiuk what that witl)
mean to her, Lester!"
I had thnimght. I was desperate a:-
Ah, but to find the flaw. the weak spot
in the chain, required, I felt. a b.ttert
brain than mine. I was lost in a whirl-
wind of perplexities.
"Well. we i..ust do our best," he went
on more calmly after a moment. "I
haven't lost hope yet-chan'e often di-
rects these things. Besides, at worst I
think Miss Holladay will change her
mind. Whatever her secret, it were
%better to reveal it than to spend a
Askfle hour in the Tombs. She simply
must change her mind: And thanks.
Lester, for your thoughtfulness. You
honr rfl nr llt. ht1 mPa "*,,

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I breialed a lonE sigh of relief. Here

at jeam fortune iavoreu us.
"That ts all. Have you any que-
tions, Mr. Royce?"
Again our junior shook his head.
That concludes our case," added the
coroer. "Have you any witnesses to
wmmon, sir?" .
What witnesses could we have
Only one, and'l fancied that the jury-
men were looking at us expectantly.
If our client were indeed innocent.
why A~ould we hesitate to put her on
the stand, to give her opportunity to
defend herself, to enable her to shatter,
in a few words, this chain of circum-
stance so firmly forged about her? If
she were innocent, would she not natu-
rally wish to speak In her own be-
half? Did not her very unwillingness
to speak argue-
"Ask for a reces." I whispered. "'Go
to Miss Holladay and tell her that un-

less she speaks"-
But before Mr. Royce could answer
a policeman pushed his way forward
from the rear of the room and handed
a note to the coroner.
"A messenger brought this a moment
ago. sir." ho nxd .
Thbe -or oiio rl : :it ';' sluper-
scrip)tion anI l thar) i l; iT '.i :.; ,' bLef.
"It's for .y u. .Mr. I \' .'" ihe said.
I saw that the address read:
For Mr. Royce,
Attorney for the Defense.
He tore it olien and ran his eyes
rapidly over the inclosure. He read
it through a second time. then held
out $.he paper to me with an expression
of the blanket amazement. The note
The man Rogers is lying. The woman
who was with Holladay wore a gown of
dark green.
I STARED at the lines in dumb be-
wilderment "The man Rogers
is lying." But what conceivable
motive could he have for lying'?
Besides, as I looked at him on the
-stand. I would have sworn that he was
telling the truth, and very much
against tWs will. I tmd always prided
myself upon my judgment of human
nature. Had I erred so egregiously in
this instance? "The woman who was
with Holladay wore a gown of dark
green." Wbo was the writer of the
note? How did he know the color of
her gown? There was only one pos-
sible way be could know-he knew
the woman. Plainly. too. he must
have been present at the morning heahr-
ing. But, if he knew so much, why
did he not himself come forward? To
this. too, there was but one answer-
he must be an accomplice. But then.
again, itt he were an accomplice, why
should he Imperil himself by writing
this note, for it could very probably.
be traced? I found myself deeper In
the mire. farther from the light, at
every step.
"Do you wish to summon any wit-
nesses. Mr. Royce?" attked the corner
again. "I shall be glad to adjourn the
hearing until tomorrow if you do."
Mr. Royce rouned himself with an ef-
"Thank you,. ir," he said. "I may ask
you to do that later on. Just at present
I wish to rec:-11l Mr. Rogers."
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j.F'utJ w Me11TO11A -V L14CL 11, -- --1-..- I- '* 1Vep %vc.-~ tPniql meW trmwi.w And Nil fI4 i(Ml 41 qi' iwix*KIU '

for more than two hours before she re-
appeared. She bad ordered bihi to
drive home as ranidlv as he could. and

he had not stopped until be reached the
house. Her gown? Yes, he had no-
ticed that it was a dark red. He had
not seen her face, for it was veilel.
No, he had never before driven her to
that locality.
, Quaking at heart, I realized that on'y
,one person c iuld (xt:icate Frane I ll)l-
laday troin hQe (oil woven about her
If she persistte'l in silence, there wvas
no hope for her. But that she should
still refuse to speak was inconceivable
"That is all" said the coroner. "Will
you cross examine the witness, Mr.
My chief shook his head silently,
and Brooks left the stand.
Again the coroner and Singleton
whispered together.
"We will recall Miss Holladay's
maid." said the former at last -

He arose and went slowly out.
She was on the stanM ag tn in a mo-
ment, calmer than she had been, but
deadly p-le.
"Are your m stress' handkerchiefs
mark.I In anyf wanv'" dGoldberg askedC

Rogers was smuamoned from il-o wit-
rnes room.
I looked at himn attentively, trying to
fathom hiA th -:rhts, to rend bHe ilA hiW
eye.:; but. look as I might. I co:ld see
nothing in lId f:'ace save couet':'n* andl
grief. IHe h Id grown gr!ry in Illadulay's
0e1&4K he A ^ hwed Ihalisf-a br;a r4
times a Umnn to Ie relied on. he had
every reason to feel aff',tlon anil grat-
Itude toward his employer. and 1 was
certain that he felt both. He received
a liberal salary, I knew, and was com-
fortably well to do.
That he himself could have commit-
ted the -crime or been concerned in it
in any way was absolhltely nuthinka-


ble. Yet why should he lHe? Afim
-u Ilk l~WIl ~ I ~ -Z-- ~ a' w .

his employer's daughter? Even itf
wished to implicate her, how could eW
have known the edlors:ot her gowaV
What dark. Intricate problem wax S
that confronted na?
In the moment that followed 'I ,r
that Mr. Royce was studylang him,;,A
was straining to find a ray of lIght for
guidance. If we failed now-
I read the note through again --4
gown of dark gren." And sudde-.
by a kind of clairvoyance, the solutlm
of the mystery leaped forth from it. I
leaned over, to my chief, trembling with
"Mt. Royce," I whispered hoarsely.
"I believe I've solved the puzzle. Hold
Rogers on the stand a few moments
until I get back."
He looked up at me astonished, tbem
nodded as I Fetzed my hat and pushed

side the building, I ran to the nearest
dry goods hose-three blocks away It
was, and what fearfully long blocks
they seemed'-then back again to the
courtroom. Rogers was still on the
stand, but a ganiee at Mr. Roye told
me that he had elicit,-d n thing new.
"You tti-.e I L.,. les'er." he said as I
';ait dovwn l>s'J ic himn "I'm worn out.
Quer:;!- with app'r biension. I arose.
It was the firsi time 1 had been given
the center of the stage In so important
a case. Here was my opportunity!
Suppose my theory should break dowa,
after all!
"Mr. Rogers," I began, "you've been
having some trouble with your -eyM
haven't you?"
He looked at me in surprise.
"'Why. yes, a little," he said. "Noth-
Ing to amount to anything. How d4.
you know?"
My confidence had come back agaht
I was on the right track then:
"I did not know," I sail smiling for
the first time since I h entered the
room, "but I suspected. I have here
a number of pieces of cloth of different
colors. I should like you to pick out
the one that most nearly aDpj"rximate a
the color of the gown your visitor wore
yesterday afternoon."
I handed him the bundle of sample,
and as I did so 1 saw the district at-.
torney lean forward over his desk with
attentive face. The witness looked
through the samples slowly, while I
watched him with feverish eagerneda
Mr. Royce had caught an nlkling of
my meaning and was watching him
"There's nothing here," said Iogers
at last, "which seems quite the shade,
but this is very near it"
S e held up oue of te pies. With
leaping heart, I heard the gasp of as-
tonishment which ran around the room.
Tie jury-men wi-re leaning forward 4tt
their chairs.
"And what is the color of that piece?"
I asked.
"Why, dark red. I've stated that .al-
I glanced triumphantly at the coro-
ner. *
"Your ho-er," I said as calmly as I
could. "I th!nk we've fond the daw in
the -ha';:. Mr. 1ogers ,s evidently col-
or blind. As yo: see. the piece he has
S A .--. v ..-...

I cleared away the debris of the
lunch, and a few moments later the
room began to fill again. At last the
coroner and district attorney came in
together, and the former rapped for or-
"The inquest will continue," he said,
"with the eramination of John Brooks,
Miss Holladay's coachman."
I can give his evidence In few words.
His mistress had driven directly down
the avenue to Washlug.on square.
There she had left the carriage, bid-
ding him wait for her, and had contin-
ued southward luto tie squalid French
quarter. He had lost sight of her In a
moment and had dr-ven slowly about

as she turue, to hinm,
"Some of 'thew are. yes, sir, with
her Initials, in tie f.,r.n of a mono-
gram. Most of l'n. : re pl in."
"I)o you rio it''tlis o:w:';" and he
handed- her t ,*' gwiai,:y piece of vvi-
I held my bre::hl while the woman
lookedl It over, turning it with trem-
bling fingers.
"No, sir!' she replied emphatically
as she returned It t) him.
"iloes your mistress, possess any
thandkerchiefs that resemble this one?"
"Oh, yes, sir. It's an ordinary cam-
bric handkerchief of good quality, such
as most ladies use."

The who!o na'd!euce seemed to draw
a deep breai!h n'd a little clatter of ap-
plause ran 'arounnd the room. I could
hear the Itr;.thi. scratch of the report-
ers' pencils. Hee was, a situation aft-
er their hearts' (desire Mr. Roye hiad
me by the hand n ahd wais whispering
brokenly Jn i:: car .... .
"My dear" fellow. you're the best of
us all. I'll never forget it!"
But Itoer- was starhlg in amaze-
ment from inu to the cloth in hAs hand
and back aga!u.
"(Green!" hL st mmered. "Color bind!
Why, that's nonsense, rie never sus-
pected it:"
'"That's probable enough," I assented.

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- fae tling Is no double a recent on9.
MWst color blind persons doo't know it
atil their sight is tested. Of eounre
we ithall have an cost examine you,
but I think this evidence is pretty con-
d' IIIlql sot.

4lstrict attorney settled back in his
"We've uo further questions to ask
s witness at present," I conUtnue*.
'Oaty I'd like you to preserve this
piees of cloth, sir," and I handed It to
OiMbrgV. He placed It with the other
exhtbita on his desk, and I sat down
agail beside my cblhe. He had regain-
*d ll his old time e,- y0 and keen-
no. RHe seemed another man.
I stolmd like to recall Miss Holla-
Ak maid. If you please," he said, and
S abldsi deadly off to the witueds

To're quite sure your mistress
wWe a dark red gown yesterday aft"r-
ami? be asked when thb girl was on
a stand agahiL
Oh, yes, sir; quite sure."
"It -a- S =^ I M 5 u'L.

--& --"an --U hs^ A IJi &
inietmlly now."
"I don't have to think!" size retorted
sharpy. with a toss of her herd.
Misn Holladay hasn't any dark green
gPwn. nor light one either. She nevpr
wers green. She doesn't like It It
Ldesn't suit her."
"Itat will do," said Mr Royee, and
Obe girl went back to the witness roin
without understanding in the least the
roaaning of the questions. "Now, let
have the ofce boy again." be said.
Td that yog worthy was called

"You may you didn't see the face of
tMt woman who left your ofce yes-
rawy aftaneon r,
"Na. air."
"But you saw hbr gown"T
"hy, yos, str.
"And what color was Ittr
"Dark green, sir."
"That will do." said our Junior, and
sank beck I bie chair with a sigh of
IVf. The solution had been under
Wr bands In the morning, and we bad
msed It. Well, we had found It now.
"entlMezn." he added, his vo:ce
a-ring. his face alight, as be sprang
A hi. feet and faced the Jury. -"I'~
-ay for yeur verdict I wish only
to polat out that with this one point
e whole CNea against my client f Its
0 the IImaIt It was preposteroua
COE tam Vry SEW"
IH aWt MIwu a8gin and glaneed at

at of the jury." began
dman "I bhave merely to remind
MW that. yor Twrdlet, whatever it
E bh. will ast fnafly affect this
ma M. peoaloe authorities will con-
MStheir i atkutn In order that
law ae-so mkay Agot -mrepa. I
4Ma- that It Is not within owr prov-
Me to probe this ewe further-that
My be left to abler and more expe-
dta6a heda~d-or o thnk we

b is a reasonable doubt f his guilt.
We wwit yo vwdkt."
h. Jin7 Sled slwly Out, and I
mebtil em auxloumly. In face of
- ea 'ns hMt4 tona, they could
infg ta but one verdlet, yet I knew
RnM expVernce that a jury Is ever an
laken quantity. often producing the
sat et xpctd reosts.
lhe district atterey came down

But It see::s to me a pretty Important
piec-e of evidence. I turn It over to
"Important!"' cried Singleton. "I
should say so! Why, gentlemen," and
his Pyes were gleaming, "this was writ-
tOnI althor b h "ant *Patmwarll. j- hr Kha

woman herself!"
My ,nief nodded.
"P're.isely." he said. "I'd get on the
track of the writer without delay."
Singleton turned and whispered a
few words to a clerk, who hurried
from the room. Then he motioned to
two smooth faced, well built men who
sat near by, spoke a word to the coro-
ner and retired with them Into the lat-
ter's private office. "T-he reporters
crowded about us with congratulations
and qutetions. They scented a mys-
tery. Whbt was the matter with Sin
gleton' What was the new piece of
evidence? Was it the note? What
was in the note?
Mr. Royce smiled.
"'(.;-,le::en be." he said, "I trust that
my 'omae '.3 with ibis affair will end
In a vo.:y few iutuutes. V'or any fur-

tWer :nr ortmanon I must refer you to
the district attorney. The case Is in his
hands "
But tI!o-e eun be had summoned into
his ,,'Ac' were, 1; -r', :1!1l .1ohLIusoz. bhe
cleverest did he wa;T -.itb them? Mr. lRoye
merely 4ihr --l his shlnlders, wh're-
at tth- rp,'rter's 1le-.rtiod himi iini
mased then. ,lvPS before the door ;ut,)
tlih coronit!' r ,or I. 11 opened in a iHin -
ment. and the two detectives came hur-
rying out. They looked neither to the
right nor left. but shouldered their way
cruelly thrLough the crowd, paying not
the slightest attention to the questions
abowered upon them. Then the dis-
trict attorney came out and took in the
situation at a glance.
"Gentlemen." he said, raising his
voice, "I can answer no questions. I
must request you to resume your seats
or I shall ask the coroner to clear the
They knew that be meant what he
said, so they went back to their chairs
chagrined, disgusted, biting their nails.
striving rainly to work out a solution
to the puzzle. It was the coroner's
clerk who created n diversion.
'"The Jury Is ready to report, sir." he
"Very well; bring them out" And
the jurymen filed slowly back to the r
seats. I gased at each face and curse.l
the inexpres veess of the humaat
"Have you arrived at a verdict. gen-
tlemien? asked the coroner.
"We have, sir." answered one of them
aud handed a. paper to the clerk.
"Is this your verdict, gentlemen?
asked the coroner. "Do you all concur
a it r
They answered in the affirmative as
their names were caled.
"The clerk wtfl reed the verdict"
said GoldbPrg.
Jullus stood up and cleared his throat.
"We, the ury," be read. "Impaneled
In the case of Hiram W. Holladay, de-
ceased. do find that he came to his
death from a sta wound in the neck.
Inflicted by a pentkn:fo' In the hands of
a person or persmas unknown.M"

London and hir Fir

London and Lancashire Fire

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DINNER ......

12.00 to V.30 p.m.
3.20 to 6.30 p.m
6.30 to 8W0 p.m.

To meet the convenience of travellers,
be following are always obt ainable aftes
regular bohre, to order in a few minutes.
Steaks, Cold Meats or Sand-
wiches after lunch or dinner.
Free to Guests.
On Saturday Evenings.

The :i10sl10oi Pi ilD ti.k
.n-,r.afl HTordlwq-re T -aloer.

;ontiactors to H. M. War Department

C. T. Isaacs,
Proprietor-Telepbone 397.
30 and 41 King Street.

Russia Leather Balooral 10s., Ela itc 10,
Rifle 12*, Military 19d, Shoes 7..
All Calf and Kid and Calf Balmoral 7b.,
Elastic 7e., Button 9s., Rifle 10s.,
Military 9s., Shoe 65s.
Kid and Patent Balmoral 10s., Elastic 10s,
Button 106., Shoe 7s.
Leather, wholesale and retail and Shoe
makers' Supplies in general.

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

Tweeds, Coatings.

Venetians, Ready made Clothbing,

Havard Shirts, 13. 6d, 15s, 18t.
Fancy Prints, Colord Muslins, Flannels,

BootU and Shoes, Cutlery.
4 fine lot of Pen Kaives to select trust.
Tin Gases, 6 to nest, 265 per nest.
60o King Street.

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Collars ..
Cuffs, air...
Shirt Waists
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Dres Linen
Dress Nipght, plain ...
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The Registered Office of the Com-

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(The Arcade) Kingston.
G. Eustace Burke & Bro.,


HE Business hitherto

Licensed Horse

DeaWs er4

T HE undersigned aaoonces that he
is a Licensed Itinerant Horse Dealer,
tud is prepared to do bounuesa in buying
and solliug
Horses, Mules and Donkeys.
His stabea will be found to be ample and
convenient of access nlibt or day. He
tnvltes the patronage of persons in all
parts of the country, who desire fair and
honDet dealing.
Send in your orders and you will be
et sfied
Board and Lodging for Travellerb also
canm be had on the sbe premises,
Licensed Itinetant Horse Deal r
83, Sout h Parade,Kinpston.

is the J'paaese art ot SKLF-DzFKNCK
out the Imperial Aerated Water Factory's
mode of getting busonees is t3

with first class drink., fo0v prices, clean,
pure, fresh good, htae.t po-sible quality
waters, wh.cb cau o ily -e obtained from
The Imperial Aerated and
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Corner of Gold n I E ist Queen Streets.
^TO my numereu Patrons and the
SGenewal Paulic.
I have Remov.:d my business to

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Keep your eyef astentivpiv on this
space and remember that the Xmas. Sea.
son is coming.
I am preparinR to aueet your require-
meats during this, and at the same ti'ue
0 aiutain mny reputation as leader for
high-eltas work and punctuality.
Chase. Z. ilbourm,"
(Late of L MUdahty) \Mrchsnt rallor,
65 KTn St.. eCr B.rr St., Kingston.

Try Denou'
New Aerated Food Drink

Peach Phosphate.
Klugstou Mineral ,Water Factory,

-a o -avera V O-M *. a-

I nm bis meat and shook hands with
"2bhat was a eat stroke mha said.
with frank d0 utAat "Whatever
=mm. -- y" easpectr*"
Mr. Ryce handed him them otfor
mwmS. He read It through and tared
aI at a in astonish.."ut
layT b he began, "who wrote theirr'
I"hafr the note that was delivered
e aw~e rgm" answered Mr. RBoy'.
* kaor m ich about t as we d,.

ISICuIauct JOAuptny y
Capital ...2.,127,500.

Ell Oempeay noaw isemapsall VPnhleuir
MWd Ie-WFAtewlBceipts as per 1R-vived
41dimonit of 920 p erent. Is allowed v),
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UKtootegBa. uad 30 per mat for EstaWe
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Classes in Sight Singing and
Voice Production.

At home on Wednesdays for appieatolem


Iext of the Lesson, Mal. II, 1-1.
Memory Verses, 8-10-Golden Text,
MaL iiI, 1-Commentary Prepared
by Hev. D. M. Stearns.
[o0,wIisht, 195, by Amencan ires AM-ociation.]
We should be very grateful that the
committee is led to give us an occa-
sional opportunity to study prophecy,
but some teachers would be more
grateful for larger opportunity in this
direction, luasmuch as prophecy is a
light in a d.irk pla.e, to which we do
well to take hled in our hearts lest
our Lord count us foolish for neglect-
ing so important a part of His word
(II Pet. 1, 19; Luke xxiv, 25).
The greatest of.all names in Scrip-
ture is Jehovah, which is used about
7,000 times and reveals to us God, the
Creator, in relation to man in right-
eousness and redemption. God in
Christ, Jehovah-Jesus, who was and is
and is to come. The name may be rec-
ognized in the words LORD and
GOD whenever so printed-L e., all in
capitals. In our authorized version it
is only translated JEHOVAH in four
places-Ex. vi, 3; Ps. lxxxiii, 18; Isa.
xii, 2; xxvi, 4--and the Revised Ver-
sion does not improve upon this, but
the American Revised, which all schol-
ars admit gives the meaning of the
original better than any other trans-p
latlon of the Holy Scriptures, has
given the name Jehovah its place in
the Scriptures to which it has an un-
questionable claim. See it used forty-
eight times in this one prophecy. When
we remember that "God is love," see
how, even in this name, love overtops
all other topics in the Bible, and see
in chapter 1, 1, 2, that the burden of
the word of the LORD to Israel is, "I
have loved you." Compare Deut. vii,
6-8, and see in John iii, 16; 1 John iv,
8, 16, and similar sayings a new light
constraining you to praise God for
such amazing love.
- Israel neither knew nor believed the
love which God had to them, and so
they turned away from Him to wor-
ship idols, the works of their own
bands, yet He sent them messenger
after messenger to convince them of
His love and, if possible, win them
back to Him, that He might bless
them in the eyes of all nations and
bless all nations through them. In
this last prophecy He tells them of
theirr sin, warns them of coming
judgment and yet assures them of
His unchanging love (Iii, 6) and sets
before them a loritous future' it thaf

will repent. The prophets all pointed
to a greater prophet who should come,
who would be also a priest and a king
(Deut. xvilii, 18; Ps. lxxii, 11; Isa. Mx,
6, 7; xxxil, 1, 17; Jer. xxill, 5, 6; Zech.
vi, 13; Ps. ex, 4), but he was to have a
herald to prepare the way before him.
See Isa. xl. 3-5, as well as our leoseai
We know from Matt. iII and Luke It
that John the Baptist was this herald,
and everything in the life of Jesus
proved that lie was the promised Mes-
siah of lsr;el,. the Laknb slain from the
foundation of the world.
On earth, in hUmiliation, He was a
prophet. Now it the right hand of God
He Is our g let High Priest, and at
His coming gainn it will be seen that
He is a great King and His name

dreadful among the nations (1, 14).
John the Baptist was rejected, and
Israel rejected and crucified her Mes-
siah and shall not see Him again till
they shall say, Blessed is He that com-
eth in the name of the Lord (Matt.
xvii, 12; xxiii. 88, 89). Then, acknowl-
edging Him and receiving Him, verses
3, 4, 12, etc., of our lesson shall have
a literal fulfillment. Compare Isa. xxv,
8; xxxv, 10; lxl, 6, 9, and the prophets
everywhere. It will be a time of judg-
ment upon Israel's enemies and of
blessing upon Israel and upon all na-
tions, but just before the great deliv-
erance it will be a time of trouble for
Israel such as they never passed
through before (verses 2, 8; Jer. xxx, 7;
Dan. xii, 1-3; Matt. xxlv, 21, 22, 29-81).
Then shall Mal. 111, 18, be understood,
and it shall be seen that Mal. iv, 6,
refers to the real Elijah, as our Lord
Jesus said in Matt. xvi, 11.
But all Scripture, including all proph-
ecy, is Intensely practical and to be
received in our hearts and made mani-
fest in our lives. The redeemed of the
Lord are now to prepare the way for
His return by offering themselves unto
Him to be purified and made meet for
His use, ready for any manner of serv-
ice, that through them He may be
made known, His body completed and
His return hastened. When for a time
we are in the furnace of trial we must
remember that He Is the refiner and
is dealing with us that He Himself
may be more fully revealed In us, that
the world through us may know Him
(Rom. vill, 28, 29; John xvil, 21, 23).
We are apt to wander from Him into
our own ways, forsaking Him, the
fountain, and seeking cisterns of our
own; then He is grieved and seeks
patiently and lovingly to win us back
to Himself (Jer. 11, 13; iii, 12-14).
He gives as the privilege of return-
ing to Him somewhat of that which
He so freely gives to us, asking us to
yield to Him cheerfully a seventh of
our time and a tenth of all our In-
crease, that thus He may bless us still -
more and show .-Himself to others
through us as the one whose blessing
maketh rich without sorrow or toil
(Prov. x, 22, and Rev. Ter). But we,
like Israel, selfishly rob Him and hold
fast for ourselves only all He gra-
clously gives us and thus prevent Him
from showing Himself strong on our
behalf (II Chron. xvi, 9). Blessing
more than we can find room for would
be ours if we were only grateful to our
God with common gratitude, and in
this matter He challenge as to prove
Kim (10).


The following testlmonies appear in the
December number of the Pwivi News,
whih to pritea a ttis Olooe for the
Revival Comrmitte.
6 My husband is the reaoher of the Gov
erumot shebool at Admiral Pen, and I
have a brother who is a Presbyterian
I had been very ick since the 26th of
October, and was attieoed by a doctor
and a nurse. I was sufferint from wvere
pains ita, the head& an, chotf, and of lha
one leI seemed parfl sjd, so that it wab
impossible for me to stand, or to walk

Indeed I was Ias helpless as a child and
I could not move without being lifted.
Not getting better with all the medicine
it was decdedthat I should be seat to the
hospital on Sunday morning last, (Nov.
3rd). Mr. Phillips called to have a little
prayer with me before I went, aid ad.
vised use to trut God for bodily dealing.
He read a chapter-Isa. 30-and we pray.
ed about it. While my husband was
praying I was led simply but fully to
trout in God for the answer, and all pain
left me, and I at once cried out, I am
healed i God has healed me s' I then
called for my boots and put them on un-
aided, and got up and walked across the
room. I directed my husband to pay off
the basman, who was waiting outside
with his bus to take me to the hospital.
Be seemed surprised ; so did the neigh-
bour who were waiting to see me Fert
away. I then felt that God wanted me
to visit a lady friend who was sick up the
next street, so I put on ma hat and went
with the others to s he r. A friend
offered to lead me by.the hand, but I did
not require her aid. The lady to whom I
was sent was much srpred to see me
know bo verUll "d been. ItoM
her to trust God for healuM too., She
wept, and asked me to pray for her, ans
she is now able to leave her room
and to attend the Revival meetings.
I have sinee been around Admiral Penn
visiting siok people and others who are
neglecting God. The are saurprited to
see me, knowing bow ekI was. Some
who are sick have asked me if I think
that Godean heal them too. I have ano
swered, How can I think otherwise ?
He is the Healer of His people, and will
heal them according to his promise and
his will when they believe with all their
'I have read over the above and ean
verlfy the particulars stated. When pray.
tin I had a strong oeariv In my soul
through faith that my wife was healed,
and I exclaimed aloud, 'Praise God!
Thank God "
Benbow Bt., Adoiral Penn,
Oae day, a few weeks ago, I had head.
"che and hot fever, with petus all over
thebody; and as tlmedrem ar for mhe
-eveAlag eatov.tell meetnog ftuitphymt
aly eafit for anything. I seat for sev-
eral believer to y for and as we
yed I deverae trou the
SA pepirtte broke oat sad
every bit of fever and a tseiaty
left e, ad the pr ad glory
God, I was able to lead the maeeg for
the half nighstof erar, whlh God bless.
ed to the ealvaon and eaatiatkon of
many sals.'
BaptisW Misolon Roe,
over St., rin"geton.

M iS BtwR Tma-I, The Distisin
gtbhed Aetreas, writes: Tbte s
are exellet. I shall hae msh plea-
sare la eIonMeading them to au who
suffer with a weak throat.' Prie I-
box tae Id. For sale y D.
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last of Wildman Street.
Portraits, tWbinet. Arehtteotural Pho.
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Organist, AU Sainte Chwc4.
Ar Peto PlaaLt.
Plano-forte Engagements a specslty.
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IRELAND BOg., Theatre Royal say -.
1Li .fi hL h& A i -t-M*

1 01 to 11 t S erj I U 16 SaaTr, mo
C. L. Barnes, was my pianist during xa
visit to Jamaica at the Theatre Roya,
and he performed his duties in a faithfd
manner. G. H. I E LAAD.
A Merchant in Kingston says :-Mr.
C. L Barnes was my pianist at a ball gives
me, and he performed his duties in a
hly satisfactory manner. I -
Kingston, Jamaica.

"Clove ly"

eoa id ot" aA Day Sohod11
M rPrincepal-A. iodl Cros well.
SemAlr A mia& C Levy% to
ohass te hro08mbrihf-, b.
Staff 4 inti to & l

oTwo Traiaed Aa*t Tae

sound greoadwork to l Jmlne wbk
are the pasd nto 6 the 3aseal or m.
The Dormitories and extensive
playing ms make the School singulary
convenient for Boarders.
Two Masten, the Principal and sh
Matron Mrs. CrosIwell, reside on the
miss in order to see that the Bouia.
are careully looked after.

181, Priness Stkeet,
Coaded by the Re. v. K. B&awas%

The schooloourmes- are mgedwW'
zeference to the Oamhridfz a"l Ceie9
of Prmeptors KxaWmlatmm PNM ae
F&eredSfor Uaiveilty and the(il SOM.
viea alem for mCmmeml sad TOW6
E 'u

la1 aSSbU to- bisli6d pupibs*-
-pe" mgmm o eda
obl ertheow # ad fhom Abilad.
ForPrsecusm dw ~hrinfou...
aem SPOlto
mw S. B. flTSWhff3.
181 ftbas. t F. .Klagste.

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J -he oI, apV--dat -

1. Ne Awumf.
J. No aw PIno g
S. CoassO IMTfeWS: .84
4. Cofnt"o n44M
These are a few of the disttaie met
etaes which make tam masem.
1. or Jve hipgam.
8. Easier to it"n.
3. Eemcr to ReMuL
4. Eatir to Wrik.
than the various Pitsale systmk
Write, andl 1d. Wp fer hso-m
"Absut Grkeg
Brown's Tow P.O., St. Aa%,

December 9, 1905


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BusEmwe as&M peacet)' Ufey?
sinusow OW iWth blowJ is vet.
UWNi W ood4about vu yet.
MM as wva CuiCaws?
SMwe3w ft mg oa PM

C CWN mme. 'Cis vot a disam..
CbvmOthe daikusao Oft"n a gkin
'Cis a gompoe, a pfopliec
AM The vgin that 5an to be,
of a sw time cow lo, birth.
or no .1"s of Pam on wl.'

CCRRNX-) of stect and caole bifd

In 1805 the terms of peace between
France and Austria were argued and
agreed to on Christmas. In theme Aus-
tria was forced to make several large
gifts of territory to rance, and Italy
to acknowledge Napoleon as king ot
The United States forces began their
withdrawal from Charleston, S. C., to
Fort Sunmter on Chrlstmas. 1860.
Under dress from the powers, Tur-
key. on Christmas. 1876, gave out a
new constituUon for the* whole Otto-
rmn. empire, which granted Christians
equal nights with Mot'mmned-ns-a de-
cree. by the way. which the sultan be-
gaun cheerfully to disobey as soon a*
the duress was removed.

Davld's WelL
Within toj mi e of Bethlehem is a
weli whiic is said to have been the
one from which the mighty men of bat-
tl, in Is-iol. after breaking through
the PhiLsinae boost, brought water to
T)avid. in response to his exclamation,
"Oh. that one would give me to drink
of the water fr)m the well which Is by
the g.te:" David refused to taste the
%i'tcr f-Jr which his brave men had
r'skeo Thnr Hv s and poured it out as
a~n -ffI.;;:g to God. Some picturesque
rui. a14' said to be those of the horn*
of David's youth

M3iatlea e yrtbs.
Marny l.ngUslhi f r' betleve that they
i;l '" 'e -1 inside of twelve
. :t .. :::Vy have at least one
I- I.i- S- i pl'iked froe the
: .. ,1i .'.ch kios, and whOft

MO .. L n I

Santa Clam is of Germa i orn
This [ at stV eaWy because tlW ar thW
German iatsf for S t.urn, Nfa Trtal
be Is aoneld man la becne- ar ed ao-
deat panan feasts in eeletbitbae of
the decay of the oid year d te birth
of the new an o&6 man played thb ro
dpal part. Among the mans It was Saturn, the father of all
the g-jdfi, and among the Norsemen it
was Thor, who was long bearded and
white triLt That the esint IS 8t
Niebolas is due to the fact that that
venerable ps-.-age's feast day was
celebrated at about that periGd. St.
Nicholas wa -a blhtap of Myra, who
flourshed early In the fourth cetnry.
He Is the patron saint of children. ad
schoolboys, and bence It was atea
tb t be should be a part of a celuebv-
tion when the chllzr-n received gifts
Sand when they were allowed to be
"heard as well as seen."-New York
Mail and Express.

CMlItmas Ir a eom.*
A echaracterlttic sight which pr-ccd-n
a Roman Chrhstma to. the so ealihJ
cottio, or sale of fish by auction., wl
is held at San Teodorm. near the forma.
In the small hours r the morning, and
every year attracts large crowds of
buyers and sightseers. It Is a Right
v'w rth seeng. tteo v.tst circular market
literd11ly packed with rnow upon row of
l:skts.' In wb;h'i the s uly try aire
earfuiily arfantgl, the light glancing
ot" th. ir wniny colored scales In a
thorretvfni arn stisot*a4-< w hr-Ahj ttM1A wlas

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C wvht .,*i t.,a1lc banifibsv trife;
I.QV becaomes the MaW Of W4f..

~Et~ihvWirtl Two ago
N ARsM a i6683v- *wtt and 3w-;

Tha e wehnmFk4-rf

1L~'10 no rINt~'s 4F;are -
e V 't t.~~ ~-elto be eowzi-lo-1r-
-i 't t mi Wa'(1off tile

p~ower. -tnd henco 'woth luatron am.I

which has since became customatry.-
OW Cuiture Magazine.

th#--.vw-or of each stall shotits at the
-), 'f bis volm and the merr-y crowd
g. r'nimd iaugIuing aOd bargabniag
vuii tr,%-.,g tor'lWilT'eII the fth. for ail
Var.,;I iu.,ithde It of tnr'ia roilba. faabukmus
r' *'*t141 o.Il w ~it -41,1lilhlke4 Of the eQ.--
tm-vI.rnaa~v of the aiwL~.*.;t 9mwalkmrsUain
at WII-' A x& a.4 2tob ivw rid-14 IO
Ontagf'ea or a B bsligeUy i~~
JLmdon MaiL

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