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Ale, Soap, Saddles, harness, herrings, mackerel
Looked for on the Florence Louise
A. M. Nathan
No. 5 Wharf, Montego Bay
1, 3, and 5 Market Street, Montego Bay
on consignment per William Naizby
Laundry Blue, and Wine
George L. Phillips and Bro.
Received ex 'Port Royal'
Cloth, thread, handkerchiefs, felt hats
per "Harriett Wardle"
Hate, caps, gloves, knives, boots
Corner of Market Square
Hardware Store, 45 Port Royal Street
Arnold L. Malabre
Parochial Board Office, Falmouth
Sealed Tenders . . . for the restoration of a Bridge over the Tom Spring, between Golden Grove and Friendship in Trelawny.
George W. Stricker, clerk
The Copartnership of Davidson, Colthirst & Co. expired on December 31, 1872, in consequence of the death of Mr. James Davidson the Senior Partner herein. The business will be continued by us.
H. F. Colthirst and John Orrett, Surviving Copartners
At Belmont Estate, Trelawny
a mixed lot of stock, namely cows, heifers, bull, and mules. also all moveables about the Works.
J. W. Parkin
Tea, tobacco, liqueurs, champagne, wine, ale, raisins, figs, prines, peaches, currants, salmon, oysters, hams, etc.
Also a general assortment of drugs, chemicals, patent medicines
John C. Lewis
Cargo of the Brigantine Daisy from Halifax
Codfish, mackerel, herrings, salmon, lumber
D'Souza, Son & Lazarus
High School, Kingston
The First Quarter of 1873 will commence on January 29th. A general fee of £5 per annum admits to all classes of the school. Terms for Boarders is £30 per annum and upwards.
Revd. J. See. Roberts, Newton House, Gordon Town P.O., and after the 23rd to the School, Kingston.
Standard Life Assurance Company
Report submitted April 1872
Board of Directors at Jamaica
Captain W. S. Cooper, R.N., Superintendent R.M.S.P. Co., Harbour-Master, Chairman
Hon. James H. McDowell, Member Legislative Council
William Barclay, Esquire, merchant
Revd. D. H. Campbell, M.A., Rector of Kingston
Hon. James C. Melville
Revd. G. B. Brooks, M.A.
E. J. C. Hitchins, Esquire
Medical advisers: Dr. Louis Q. Bowerbank, Dr. Campbell
Agent at Jamaica: H. J. Kemble
Jamaica Mutual Life Assurance Society
10 Port Royal Street, Kingston
His Excellency Sir Henry Barkly, K.C.B.
Henry Forbes Colthirst, Esquire
Robert Russell, Esquire
Robert Osborn, Esquire
Honorable Henry Westmorland
Daniel Power Trench, Esq.
Simon E. Pietersz, Esq.
David J. Alberga, Esq.
William Lee, Esq.
Francis B. Lyons, Esq.
Charles Campbell, Esq., M.D., Kingston
Andrew Dunn, Esq., M.D., Kingston
A. G. McCatty, Esq., M.D., St. James
John Deleon, Esq., M.D., St. James
James Scott, Esq., M.R.C.S.E., St. James
Henry Hume, Esq., M.R.C.S., Falmouth
Rev. Hugh Croskery, M.R.C.S.I., Clarendon
James H. Smith, Esq., M.R.C.S.E., St. Ann's Bay
John S. Gerrard, Esq., M.R.C.S., St. Thomas in the East
Joseph Adolphus, Esq., M.D., Black River
Richard S. Harvey, Esq., M.D., Sav-la-Mar
Samuel Constantine Burke, Esq.
Arnold L. Malabre, Esq.
James U. L. Duquesnay
William Andrews, Esquire
_. B. Dignum, Esq., Falmouth
Revd. F. Jones, Chapelton
S. G. Corinaldi, Esq., Montego Bay
William Ewen, Esq., Savana-la-Mar
Revd. Frederick Jones, Clarendon
J. P. Wakeford, Esq., Four Paths
R. Graham, Esq., Mandeville
J. E. Kerr, Esq., Lilliput
S. C. Peynado, Esq., Black River
Rev. Josias Cork, St. Ann's Bay
C. S. Cover, Esq. Stewart Town
J. B. Goffe, Esq., Port Maria
Moses Bravo, Esq., Old Harbour
Augustus Miles, Esq., St. Andrew
Henry Ford, Esq., P. G. River [Plantain Garden River]
Alexander Escoffery, Esq., Port Antonio
John S. Brown, Secretary
A. U. Lodge 367
January 16, 1873
The Installation of Bro. Daniel C. D'Souza, Master Elect, and the Officers of the Athole Union Lodge, NO. 367, Falmouth, will take place at Freemason's Hall, on Wednesday the 29th instant, at 6 o'clock in the evening.
William Salmon Evelyn, Secretary
Trelawny Collegiate Institute
will reopen on Monday the 20th instant, at 10 o'clock A.M.
D. A. Quern
Falmouth, 27th January, 1873
For Public and Positive Sale
On my Piazza on Friday 31st at 12 o'clock
The wrecked Hull of the boat Port Royal as she now lies on Iron Shore Beach. Also the Anchor Chain, etc., etc., saved from the Wreck.
Falmouth, February 13, 1873
A Card to the General Public
Confirming my advertisement of October last, . . . as of the above date, the entire interest of my business has been transferred to my son, Mr. David Morales, under whose management the same will be conducted.... With the advantage of my personal selections (it being my intention to leave in a short time for England) no establishment in the Island will be better assorted.. . .
[Note from JFS: until June 1873 Ads for this business continued to be in the name of Abraham Morales]
General Post Office, Kingston
17th February, 1873
Mail Service, Montego Bay and Lucea
The amount paid under the present contract is £185 per annum
Sealed tenders invited from persons willing to contract for the conveyance of the Posts per week each way, and two Packet Expresses per month each way between Montego Bay and Lucea, a computed distance of 25 miles. Seven miles an hour is the rate of speed at which the mails are to be carried. The contractor will provide his own leather bags, etc. The Contract to be for 5 years.
Postmaster for Jamaica
[The Falmouth Post editor comments that "This is, indeed, 'a cheap and nasty system' for the management of an important Department of the Public Service."]
Montego Bay, 17th February, 1873
The following estates in the Parish of Hanover
Georgia and Kew Estates
Kew being about 2 miles from the town of Lucea.
The above estates, including "Dundee" (a thrown-up Sugar Estate, now cultivated with them) contain about 3,500 acres, running from the mountains to the seaside, the "Georgia" River running through both estates.
Barbary Hill Wharf contiguous to these Estates and within the port of Lucea will be sold with them.
Including Paradise, formerly a separate Sugar Estate, now cultivated with Point, 1,067 acres more or less.
This Estate has its own Wharf on the property, at the entrance to the Harbour of Lucea.
Apply to Charles M. Phillips, Esquire, Point, Lucea, or to George L. Phillips & Bro.
Falmouth, 3rd March, 1873
G. W. A. Plummer has now taken the lower portion of the premises in Market Street, immediately opposite the office of the Falmouth Post, where he now carries on Boot and Shoemaking.
Kingston, 39th April, 1873
We the undersigned having been appointed by His Excellency the Governor a Commission to enquire into the question of Emigration of Jamaica Laborers to Central America and more particularly to Lion Bay and Costa Rica hereby request all parties acquainted with the facts to come before us at the office of the Collector General, commencing on Monday 5th May.
D. P. Trench
J. H. Prenderville, Major, Inspector of Police
THE WEST INDIAN
HYDRAULIC DOCK COMPANY, LTD.
SALE OF SHARES
Sir Wilford Brett, K.C.M.G. (Director Anglo-Maltese Hydraulic Dock Company)
The Honorable Robert Nunes (Member Legislative Council of Jamaica)
T. S. Heseltine, Esq. (Chairman, Guoll Colliery Ltd.)
J. Scott-Tucker, Esq. M.I.C.E. (Manager)
Solicitor in Jamaica: Francis Robertson Lynch Esq., Spanish Town
Agent in Jamaica: Ralph Nunes, Esq., Kingston
Office: 4 Lothbury Place, London
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