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Mr. J. A. Francis has resigned his appointment as a Sub-Inspector of Police in the Jamaica Constabulary - The Governor has accepted.
Mr. A. M. Surgeon has resigned, and the Governor has accepted his resignation of his appointment as Stamp Distributor for Brown's Town.
Mr. Hendrick has been reappointed Legal Adviser to the Synod by a resolution passed yesterday, when he was asked to prepare a scale of fees with a view to economy.
Yesterday morning at the residence of his son, in his eightieth year, G. P. M. Downer, Esq., M. R. C. S., London, for many years Health Officer at Port Royal. The funeral will leave the Rectory on the Camp Road for the Kingston Parish Church at half-past four this afternoon.
In this city on the morning of the 7th September, Emilie, the beloved wife of Kenneth T. Spicer, and devoted daughter of J. U. L. and Eugenie Duquesnay. The funeral will take place at 8:30 a. m. from No. 87, Hanover Street.
At Tobolski, St. Ann's, on the 8th instant, Charles Neville, the infant son of John and Janet Broderick, aged 4 months.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint Thomas Glanville, Esq., to be a Justice of the Peace for the Parish of Manchester.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint Gilbert Palache, Esq. to be a Member of the Board of Parochial Road Commissioners for the parish of Manchester for the year 1875.
The Governor has been pleased to recognize, provisionally, and pending confirmation by the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Mr. Ivanhoe Gadpaille, as acting Vice Consul for France.
The Governor has been pleased to transfer J. Gibson Starke, Esq., Judge of the Port Antonio District Court, to be Judge of the Falmouth District Court, and to appoint Robert Kerr, Esq., to be Judge of the Port Antonio District Court. During the remainder of Mr. Starke's absence on leave, Mr. Roper will continue to act as Judge of the Falmouth District Court.
The friends and acquaintances are requested to attend the remains of Mr. Maxwell Young, from No, 92 Matthews Lane, Kingston, to the place of interment at half-past 4 o'clock this afternoon.
At the Parish Church, Kingston, on the 9th instant, by the Reverend G. Downer, assisted by the Reverend H. Scotland, Francilla Elizabeth, second daughter of the late James Nash, Esq., of the parish of Manchester, to Stephen Robinson, second son of the late John Glanville, Esq., of the same parish.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. John Aguilar are requested to attend the remains of his late mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary Whitcombe, at No. 18 Church Street, at 4:30 p.m. to the place of interment.
On Monday evening 13th instant, Solomon Morais, Snr., aged 64 years. Friends and acquaintances are requested to attend his remains this afternoon at 5 o'clock, from the residence of his sister, Miss Sarah Morais, No, 70 Laws Street, corner of Mark's Lane.
We regret to have to record the death of Solomon Morais, Snr., Esq. the ordinary meeting of the Friendly Lodge of which he was Treasurer, was in consequence of the melancholy event adjourned to Monday night, 20th instant.
At Hampden Estate. Parish of Trelawny, on the evening of the 12th instant, the honourable G. M. Lawson, aged 78 years.
The Honourable G. M. Lawson whose death it is our painful duty to record was for years Custos of St. James, and Medical Practitioner. Mr. Lawson was most highly respected by all classes of the community, and leaves a large circle of relatives and friends to deplore his loss. He died on the 12th instant at Hampden Estate in the parish of Trelawny.
To settle a matter of inheritance, Persons bearing the Family Name "GABAY" are requested to communicate their full Names. Professions and other particulars to the
IMPERIAL GERMAN CONSULATE, Kingston P. O.
In Spanish Town, on Wednesday, 15th instant, by the Rev. A. H. Nieto, Minister of the Spanish and Portuguese Congregation, Kingston, Rachael, eldest daughter of Mr. Daniel C. Henriques, to Mr. Chas. H. Melhado, of Old Harbour.
The following notices are taken from The Jamaican Gazette of the 16th instant: --
The Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. W. J. Tomlinson to be Postmaster at Lacovia, in room of Miss H. H. Powell, resigned.
With reference to Government notices, dated the 18th of June, the Governor has been pleased to appoint the Reverend C. F. Douet to officiate as Inspector of Schools, in the room of John Savage, Esq., during the remainder of his absence on leave.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint Nr. J. Bindlay Talbot to be Assistant Medical Officer at the Lunatic Asylum.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint Thomas Anglin Tate, James W. C. Fraser, and Charles B. Vickers, Esquires, to be Members of the Board of Parochial Road Commissioners for the Paris of Westmoreland, for the year 1875.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. M. C. P. McCormack, to be Government Medical Officer of the Western District of St. Andrew's.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. Richard Lord are invited to attend the funeral of his wife Annie Lord, from No. 157 Upper Orange Street, to the Scotch Ground, at 5 o'clock this evening.
In this city at the residence of John Delisser, Esq., Manchester Square, at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, 22nd instant, Osmond Delgado, jnr., Esq., to Miss Minna, daughter of the late Solomon D. Lindo, of Moneague.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. J. M. Waldron are requested to attend the remains of his mother, Mrs. E. A. Waldron, from her late Residence, No. 28 Love Lane to the place of interment at 5 o'clock this evening.
The Subscriber takes this opportunity of publicly asserting that any article that may have appeared in any of the newspapers in this City, relative to his having beaten or maltreated a MR. JOSE FIGUEROA, in his house, was a perversion of truth, and a scandalous abuse of that virtue.
The case was tried yesterday, 24th inst., before Justices Bicknell and Nairne, and dismissed.
Mr. Figueroa is hereby warned that an action will be sent out by me against him for defamation of character, and detention from my duties as Master-Pilot to the Royal Mail Company's Steamers.
The case recently instituted by Mr. Geo. Magnus, against Mr. Jonas Hart, for the recovery of a Watch - lent to Mr. Reginald DeLeon, and by him pledged to Mr. Jonas Hart - was recently decided by His Honor Mr. Justice Drake - It resulted in the acceptance of Mr. Magnus of a nominal Judgment of one shilling and costs. The Watch was returned to Mr. Magnus - total costs £5 2s, 6d.
We are glad to notice the return to this island of our fellow-townsman, Samuel Lazarus, Esq., of the firm of Messrs. D'Souza, Son, & Lazarus. He arrived in Falmouth on the 24th inst., and was heartily welcomed by his many friends, who are pleased to learn that the result of his trip to England is his complete restoration to health -- Falmouth Post
It has been stated upon good authority that the Roman Catholics in this city have been, for some time, keeping up a Seminary for young ladies, into which girls are admitted without distinction of color. It is also said that many black girls have there been taught sewing, fancy work, shirtmaking, drawing, the piano forte and the French language.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. W. C. Wright, are requested to attend the remains of his child, at 5 o'clock this evening, from the house No. 34 Upper Smith's Lane.
We learn that Rose Hall Estate in the parish of St. James, half way between this town and Montego Bay, has been sold to George Robertson, Esq., of Green Park, for £5,800. Palmyra Pen has also been sold to Mr. Dyer for £2000. -- Trelawny
Jewish Alms House - Monthly Committee, October 1875
Jacob P. DaCosta, A. Morais, O. Delgado.
On the 29th ultimo, at the Parish Church, St. Andrew, by the Venerable Archdeacon Campbell, Rector, assisted by Rev. G. W. Downer, Rector for Kingston, Lionel Constantine MacCormack, Esq., of Kingston, to Sarah Gordon, only daughter of Edward Baquie, Esq., of St. Andrew's.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. A. P. DaCosta, are requested to attend the remains of his Mother, Mrs. M. P. DaCosta from her residence No. 60 King Street, to the place of interment at 5 o'clock this evening.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint James Dennison, Esq., to act temporarily as Clerk of the Spanish Town District Court.
The Governor has been pleased to accept the resignation, by Mr. Samuel Hart, of his appointment as Stamp distributor for the Copse District of Hanover.
In this City, on Saturday night, the 9th instant, the wife of Mr. A. Pinto, Junior, of a daughter.
The friends and acquaintances of the late Mr. Joseph Figueroa are requested to attend his remains to the place of interment. The funeral will leave his late residence, No. 1 Laws Street, at 5 o'clock this evening.
This Morning at the residence of Mr. Theodore Nunes, No. 62 Hanover Street, Jacob Portello Corinaldi, of Montego Bay. The funeral will take place at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
At Marlie, St. Dorothy, on the 9th October, 1875, Sarah Bravo, widow of the late Alexandre Bravo, aged 78 years.
On 3rd October 1875, at her residence at Bushy Park, Railway Station, Adella, the beloved wife of Mr. George B. Panton. She has left a sorrowing husband and two children to mourn their loss ... aged 23 years and 5 months.
We have much pleasure in being able to announce that Mr. Daniel Hart, who has served five years as an articled clerk in the firm of Messrs Burke and Lee, Lawyers, practising in this city, passed a creditable examination yesterday, before the honourable Alan Ker, one of the Judges of the Supreme Court. The Court promises to sign his certificate shortly, when he will be admitted to practise as Solicitor, Attorney, and Proctor, in the several Courts of the Island.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint Dixon Stewart Beresford Mackenzie, Esq., to be a Sub Agent of Immigration. To take effect from the 1st instant.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. R. E. Nunes, Junior Landing Waiter at the Port of Kingston, to be Fifth Landing Waiter in the room of Mr. R. Gillard, junior, promoted; and Mr. Bertholdt Daniel to be Junior Landing Waiter in the room of Mr. Nunes.
At "Heywood Place", St. Andrew, on the 12th instant, the wife of Richard A. W. Holwell, of a daughter.
At his lodging in Spanish Town, on Wednesday, the 13th instant, of Malignant Typhus Fever, William Downing Bruce, Esq., Judge of the District Courts of the District of St. Catherine.
At her residence in North Street, No. 35, last evening at 7:30 p.m., Rosina Ann Bogle. The friends and acquaintances of her bereaved husband, Robert Bogle, are respectfully requested to attend her remains to the place of interment this evening at 5 o'clock p.m.
The Governor has been pleased to recognize, provisionally, and pending a reference to Her Majesty's Government, George Coleman Hamilton Lewis, Esq., as Acting Consul for Peru, at Kingston, in the place of Altamont DeCordova, Esq., who is absent from the island.
The following appointments have been Gazetted -- Henry Drake, Esq., Judge of the Kingston District Court, to act also as Judge of the Spanish Town District Court for the Courts held at Halfway Tree, Gordon Town, and Stony Hill, in the Parish of St. Andrew.
Gilbert Shaw, Esq., Attorney at Law, to act temporarily as Judge of the Spanish Town District Court for the Courts held in Spanish Town, Linstead, Old Harbour, and the Rectory St. John's in the Parish of St. Catherine.
Forbes McBean Chevers, Esq., to be Churchwarden for the Parish of Manchester, in the room of John P. Clarke, Esq., who has resigned the Office.
Mr. Rudolph J. Lewis to be an Assistant Clerk of the Mandeville District Court, stationed at Mandeville.
On Wednesday, the 27th instant, at Halfway Tree Church, by the Revd. Enos Nuttall, assisted by the Revd. Hugh Croskery, James W. Humphreys, to Celeste Lilian, second daughter of Ralph Nunes, Esq.. Both of this city.
In Spanish Town, on the 23rd instant, after a short and severe illness, George Redwood, Late Drill Instructor and Depot Sergeant-Major to the Constabulary Force -- aged forty-four years.
In this City, on the 10th instant, in the 56th year of his age, Mr. Joseph Figueroa, for nearly 20 years Manager of the Hardware Business of Messrs. Arnold L. Malabre & Co., by whom his death is much regretted. He has left a Widow, three sons and large circle of Relatives and friends to mourn his loss.
This morning at her residence, 58 Laws Street, Mrs. Isabella Burke, Widow of the late George C. Burke. Friends and acquaintances are requested to attend her remains to the place of intermnet at 5 o'clock this evening.
Jewish Alms House - Monthly Committee, November 1875
J. J. G. Lewis, L. Alberga, D. C. Henriques.
In this City, on the 27th ult., Mary Catharine, the beloved wife of Leopold Mercado, aged 20 years and six months.
The friends and acquaintances of the late Mr. Chas Chavannes, are requested to attend his remains from his Daughter's residence, No, 147 Upper King Street, to the place of interment, at half past four o'clock this evening.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint C. A. Carey Brenton, Esq., to be a Sub-Inspector of Police in the Jamaica Constabulary Force.
The Governor has accepted Dr. Henry Thornhill's resignation of his Appointment as Government Medical Officer of the Gayle District of the Parish of St. Mary.
The Governor has been pleased to accept the resignation, as from the 31st instant, tendered by Mr. Walter H. Jones, of his Appointment as a Revenue Stamp Distributor.
The Nile is due on Saturday. The following passengers are expected in her -- Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Burke, Mr. Lionel Isaacs and daughter, Miss Coke, and Dr. and Miss Gayleard.
On Thursday, the 4th instant, at Spring Field Church, St. Elizabeth, by the Rev. James Ward, Thomas H. Kirlew, to Jane McDonald, eldest daughter of James R. McDonald. Both of this parish.
At his residence, Mango Grove, in the parish of St. Ann's, on the 2nd instant, John N. Fulton, Esq., aged 91 years.
On the 30th November, at King's House, Lady Grey, of a daughter.
At Highgate, Yallahs Bay, on the 23rd inst., the wife of Jno. W. McLean of a daughter.
Mr. Daniel Hart took the Oath as a Proctor of the Court of Vice-Admiralty yesterday.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. Theophilus Rugless are requested to attend the remains of his father, Joseph John Rugless, late coachbuilder, from his late residence, James Street, to the place of interment at 5 o'clock this evening.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. James Brooks are respectfully requested to attend the remains of his son, Mr. George Brooks, from their residence, No 5, corner Princess Street and Water Lane to the place of Interment at 5 o'clock p.m.
At Collin's Green, the residence of Mr. Gilmore Lindo, at a quarter to 8 o'clock last night, Lucien, son of David J. Alberga, Esq., aged 29 years. The funeral will move from the above named Pen at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
At 63 Orange Street, the residence of the Bride's Grandmother, on Thursday 9th inst., by the Revd. John Radcliffe, Minister of the Church of Scotland, Conrad, son of the late Edmund Simon to Emily, only daughter of the late William Pitkin and granddaughter of the late Aaron DaCosta, all of this city.
At Colon on the 10th November, 1875, by the Revd. Chas. S. Knapp, Abram R. Jones to Olinthia Isaacs of this City.
In this city on the 12th instant, William Thomas, second son of Michael Colman, Esq., of Inverness, Clarendon, age 21 years and 11 months.
In this City, yesterday morning, at 6 o'clock, Edward Eddy, native of New York - aged 51 years. The funeral will move from his late residence, south corner of the Parade and Church Street, at 4 o'clock this afternoon, to the place of interment.
In this City, on Saturday, 18th December, by the Rev. Charles Weskey (?), of North Street Congregational Chapel, Christopher A. Lopez, Jnr., to Eliza Anastasia Kemp, both of this city.
At Fairfield, St. Thomas ye East, on the night of the 10th instant, Mr. Irving M. Carter, third son of the late Mr. Edwin Carter, of St. Ann's, and Nephew of Robert Kirkland, Esq., aged 25 years and six months.
At Hayfield, St. Thomas ye Vale, on Tuesday, 14th (?) December, 1875, the wife of George Abrahams, Esq., of a daughter.
Thomas Hendrick, Esq., retires from the firm of Anderson & Hendrick, and S. H. Watson, Esq., has been admitted a partner, the firm now stands Anderson & Watson.
Pinnock - 24th November, at Castlehurst, Isle of Wight, Jane the beloved wife of Henry Pinnock, Esq., J. P.
LLOYD - GEORGES - On the 28th December, at Halfway-Tree Church, by the Venerable Archdeacon Campbell, assisted by the Revd. Geo. Brooks, M. A., Commander Rodney M. Lloyd, R. N., of H. M. S. "Bullfinch", son of E. Lloyd, Esq., of Thornbury, Gloucestershire, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Honourable W. Georges, Custos of St. David's.
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