Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00036
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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11(HIamilIoii, Heri ifudff, Tu'iesdaq, .'pfembe 7 1S.0.

"The Dreadful Gale, 1*39."
For interesting reference, in connection with las
week's 6torm, we have compiled from our fylEs n
briet record of the gale of I S1, as likely to inter
vest a large number of persons who have only hearI
of its occurence. The dreadful gale of Septembel
llth and 12th, 18S39, is fresh in the recollection o(
the older inhabitants.
The Signal Director, Sergt. John Mahon, 3011tl
Regt., in his Weekly Report of the Weatlher from
the Centre Signal Station, Bermuda-height above
the sea 134 feet-reports

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5 p.m.
11 p.m.
I a.m.
2 a.m.
I a.m.
7 a.m.
7 p.m.

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1.-On the lit-th the wind vcerrd to N. by E.: i
p.m., lightning in the S.; -25. p.m., sea
ing louder on South sidle, weather thrate-ning.
2.-Threatening appearance of weather.
3.-Sea roaring on South .side.
4.-Wind veered to S. E. by E., very heavy lain
and lightning.
5.-A whole gale at this hihour.
6.-Storm, Barometer falling rapidly.
7.-Every appearance of n hurricane.
9.-More moderate.
10.-Quite moderate, .tormi right.
11.-High sea breaking at North Rock.
"On the evening of i'uinday a very lu-
minous appearance resembling somewhat tihe pale
light of the Aurora Borealis was ob.-ervable for one
or two hours in an E.S.E. direction, seeming to
emerge from a comninou cutre, .-pieading itself to
a width of about 10 degrees, and rising to an alti-
tude of about 15. On the t(South and North side.
of this singular light the clouds were of a purple
colour; whilst at the same time, those further to
the South emitted frequent and vivid flashes of
lightning. On Monday the sky was mostly clear.
but the stars were lustreless and looked hazy.
About 7 o'clock on the eveningg of Wednesday the
gale commenced. Dense clouds, which had been
gathering, burst suddenly into a violent storm of
wind, rain and lightning. At 9 the weather mod-
erated a little, and the sky became partially clear.
Soon after 10, the wind increased and continued
with more or less force till about three o'clock on
the following morning, when it shifted from E.S.E.
to S. and on to S.W. and blew with if possible.
greater fury than it had done during the night, till
near 7, when it again moderated slightly for about
two hours. The gale was then renewed and raged
for a considerable period with much vehemence:
but it seemed as if the spirit of the tempest had, in
this last effort, exhausted its strength, for, in a
short time the wind began to subside, and at noon,
having veered to the Westward, it settled down in-
to moderate breezes. The recollections of the an.
xieties of that night will be long fixed in the me-
mory of the people of these Islands.
Whole families were driven from their dwell-
ings to pass the night in the open air exposed to
the pitiless pelting of the storm in such shelter as
only the rocks afforded. Some found shelter in the
cellars of their tottering houses, while others sought
refuge in the shattered residence of a more fortunate
In St. George's a cottagee situated on the South
side of the road leading to the Cut, surrounded with
a Verandah, was taken by the wind bodily across
the road and lodged in a field some distance on the
other side, breaking dowfi'several cedar trees in its
progress. The loss in St. George's was estimated
at 20,000 Cy., and the loss sustained by private in-
dividuals throughout the Island was estimated at
80,000 Stg. Property was destroyed, but lives
mercifully saved."
A correspondent wrote, At length the mono-
tony of life In Bermuda" has been partially disturb-
ed. A distressing DROUGHT OF NEARLY sIX MONTHs
continuance has been succeeded by one of those fu-
rious hurricanes that are of such RARE OCCURRENCE
Another correspondent wrote: "Those who wit.
nessed the October Gale of 1780 say the effects of
the hurricane (1839) haveequalled it in doing injury
to buildings, and destroying property on the land."
"The centre of the storm passed over the Brig'
Vincennes" bound from New York to Antigua, lat.
286-35, long. 63-30 at midnight, between 10th and
1th Septr., whilst the Keteh Lottery" (arrived at
Bermuda Sept. 20 from Jamaica) was becalmed, al.
though expei iencing a heavy swell at the same
period of time, eight degrees to the Westward of the
"Vincennes". The Am. Sehr." Daniel" (at Bermuda
Sept. 14th fiom Baltimore) coming from the Wes.t-
ward, met the wind in this storm Northerly. The
Sebr. Goveinor Reid" from London via Madeira,
arrived at Bermuda, Sept. 15, coming from the
Eastward, met the wind in the same storm South-
An old Correspondent winds up his letter,
Sept.. 16, 1839 :
"Awful as are these convul-ionw of the elements
and dreadful as they sometimes are in the damages
which they occasion, yet considered in a more en-
larged and extensive view, it must be acknowledg-
ed that they are gracious dispensations of a merci-
ful Providence, creating a general good by a parti-
al evil; restoring the equilibrium of the atmos-
phere, reducing the oppressive heat and renovating
all nature."
The mean Thermometer, August 1839, 82-05-
the warmest month experienced in six years; Au-
gust 1834, 81-21. The rainfall in 1839-March
2"S0; April 3-60; June 3"80; July 4-65 Aug. '68 ;
September 1-10, "33 -

Club Regatta.

H. the DUKE OF EIINrnI:,n,' CITAL-
LENGE CUP will take place


19th September, 1SM)O.
To b.e sailed according to . B. Y. C. Rulfs.
To be started at 11 A.M.
Theie will be tin additional Race over the
same course for a Purse, probably 10 or i.0,
to be raised by subscription, and to jbe diviil-
ed in 1st and 2nd Prizces- -ths and ilth of
an mount respectively.
This Puice to be open to all comncrs. to 1 -e
sailed according to R, B. Y. C. Wules, anid
a Membe.'r of the Club to be on board e-nli
Boat during the la:ce. No Boat allowed to
enter for this Race unless the Owner or per-
son entering is a sub.,.--riber of 20.,. to ther fund.
Flag of Leeward will lie diplt-d
ten minutes before the start, in bit-,h Rac-es.
All Boats to. be eno'i-tr'dl with Toniimiro' alndl
Flag on or before T]iursdayv, 2nd Septembiiie.r,
at Store of HT. R. HUNT, E.-qir.
Entiianci Fec for si'econd Race-- 10-.
Subscripti-in Lists op-,n at tlh.- R. P. Y.
Club and Stur- of H. HIINT, E.-qr.
If tihe day should, in the opinion of the
Jutgoes, be unfit, tlih Ea c- es will take pl-i, ilon
the following day, in whi.h li as. a ld Eln-
sign will h).- hoisteId nt t he St:.tion.
Mount Lanlton. at 9 A.M.


A I~4t~tlhl. Notice.
F'F IE UIN D ERSI %'NED I)locing nabou to lio:i e
(lie. Islhind foi- n diort timeic, !ia.i pl::cedl lMR.
D) %V 11) SITI'UH11.1V 1",'iiihnirge of I J9Bu.-,iiic-;s,
%ho is tfidlyv n ilorised by I' Iof t Atonlo:0v to
act lor- him ;during his diselC0C.
flamituin, .tr:"ust 117d, 1l,) -5

ii otice.
T"'f Ui dLi(eisigIriLed, in c :emi.j euenct, utf:a ell i
in iithe W~harlin,.n,cti, I.lbeen iii~titi-'-t-if tII
collect. all (.uitstandli ti debits. Pci.l 'solls t 1
the (Jot por:tiori of Ilhimiltoii through 1i'm forI
WUiarrn( gt: -to :31 st Juily. I 80, an' 11d fol.r sitedTI'nIC
for the season of mid previous to IS-") vwill
plf.-Ise vCall at 011cCand set tiesamne %%itl out t?'l-

1W. H. I~Yathilloat(l

IJAF,r 1300BOOS & SHIOES, &e., Reid St.,

Board in Pa~opets.

T' hI E Lnd~rsiaued will Ile pleased to taike a
fe B~ Ioarders or RenCtE a portion oftllj',
I) WE LU Nt' HO USE 1now occupied 6y Ihini
it] l"ngets Parish, next West of' the R ectory.
For furiher pairticulaLrs please ap--ply to
Pngret-, A ugust 17I 0.-I pdThe0

House for




'1 ENDERIS will be received from Per
willing to Purchase the

^rfc.~ ~ I Q


Situated on Union Stre-t in the Town of Ham.
ilton, owned by the Under-i._ned, up to the
20th/ September next.
The Property is in perfect order and can be
examined at any hour.
Immediate Possession can be given.
Not necessarily bound to accept any T'ender.
H4 Quoen Street
I lamiltoln, Aug. 24, 1880.

To Let.
Queen Street, Hamilton, with STA I' AIES,
l" Virati dia II Iolous,"
A large and comfortable Dwelling on Front
Street, Ilamnilton, next WVest of H-esideince of
N. A. ultterfield, Egsqr. Two lii l Rooms on
the ground floor (it this Buildinii op- on O I'[" nt
Street aid can be used' us Stores.
Apply to
liam iliton.
Augusr 31st, 181'0."


A LL DEM'ANDS aigaii-t the Under'siged
must be rendered by 20th Steplemlier for s-ttle-
Ineint aid Inone will lIe aknilowlt'ilged after hliat
date, 'and t ins INDiBTEInl anId not pI)ji.i up
alter that date will lie left in leg ld haniil for
Ilainilton, Anguiit 9, 18ISS.-it e2w

I'DE1.11111 A, Alia s
Bfy His H,,n" Clo,1il E. C. (,0I11-
DO ', U. E., Acli.ii Gor nor i urla
Cu( aI,,lr,.'.i-in-Chi/, f ir, e .'i Ad-
mirani iil d Oriinarq, in 1111and or
tIh(sr h Itltds, $c., ., 4,-".
V 1l.1AS FMll.STER AlM1LLOl#
COOPr l hains prayed for Adminis-
traulio)i on the Eialto of' JOHN IIFNlR'Y
COOl'PlAC, .ale il or suilal-impton 'arish, inl
this Islands, 1a.iriniir, dece:.ed..
''hi is therefore t, 1giv'e not,;c, that if' any
Person or Persin-, cain hiliw a;ily jut (.iCaui \v wli
the said Admiitiiiration ishonli not lie granted
uninthesaid F-lO.N I':M i .\ 11,.( ) 11 CO( )l'IER,
lie ihe, or they. are In tile hii,, lih r, or iithlr iC:a.
ve;it in writinLh in tllIe S 'cretar-r's Oftlice of
these Islands 'aiihin Firiftn days Iron li the pub-
lication hereof, lthelrv. ise thl said .-\d ini-irai
tion will Ie gr.ia ted accordingly.
Cohild '-ec l tary.
Daid at thie Secrrtl;ary's Oflee, / -
this '2fthl day of Augtist, 1860d. C

Pitch Pine.

The liUnlersigneil Offers

Of-.Sclouer Hatie Card," from
.Ii.lle.soil ilf .
SC INTLING -3 in. x 4 in in.
S J illn i in. n 2 ill. x -1 inll., ; 3 in. x !l
iii., 2 hi x 12 in., 2 il. .x 3 in., and 1.4 x 3
in in 20 feet. lenii lh-.
F'LOOIlN~-l i. I.hx !.) in. to 12 in., plhined
ind Ji .iiil,+d
I ili. x 9 in. to 12 iii., do. do.
T r ro--I1. in. x 6 ill planed and g.
Sin. U in.. plan,.il 1. ar.d g.

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I fnilitoii
clauic-ie3 A., CommiaercialI
a',( c tm -I D E i t 1 10I

On 31oiiday the. (hli eJt.,
At 1) o'clck fA.t11.
Perl'. i. cs Isi~lliulir io vi .'lu I1vl~ l~,i'1 of rthe
l -c'~d I~tio 1 ul Ili(i ~ iri,(te rui~~.d t

N"mo Pupjil aduuiutledlfor any fivi oJ lts~s- that
onle tirtnl.

D1)40J. .IBeefi tin "rei'
Miysician & Surgeon,
Nleunihnr of the luImperiail AA:.em 'v ;iiil :edie'.a
coilnvA.' of iienn-rf
*\ill uellm:in but a-1.'imtie hber.)

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I.tte 1(m 1of thle Al'EIt Ci 1 Ami NTS 0'1B!' I% -
Nil, 1))\ lltthe f'uci t ll;-t for qolne e. ,ar uspast.lhe
l:cslw tie'ant'uced %l h t.ith(tle I luse is ll

F N p u~r II -1 4, Ii u 't' -, ,'Id ;I \I :I I ilttI';Ic11rv ri
o~f lood l'ioi ItcIz,

New Y~ork City.

tie, v L'Cliitioiii'A' Beiiisuda 4 Pidris. S) t!1.1(i114, i-.
p~latIIct 11Ydi I'i iialjr '.if 11 thewat' 'i.0 1t., o'thatI l.,dait!
ill oll Ili-tit rlatu-; 1tFodI,,rull'idii(ts anud rocur-

AnN Oi dt. (i d ir fly i ii n 'IPP ti-iitel !o lInm %%ill

ailv'c 111:11tfil y WillI LCi~t*C Ie ll1 1111, l'i';L e

tjier 1t:Lalde theitiItogiv.e A ti-him l ol-iicr no ttaat-
let- Ituiw .Smalti~l ia'u',ul L itit ill `11t1111l ljc 111t iv l lt~


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Prints! Prfn tf I!

Prints ~/.
A Lre id wl'~lI 4wtock 01of'

Fast C olours, anid 1'livil p f(it-Cas'u.
C all at the Store Ilately ovt' i, 'iud by It. P.
Cooper, I',qr.

llaitliltoit, u :iJ h t.

Vecry how.. to clo-so on l I.' l. hlt septetas ielr.
C 111117bootif), ShoeB

Unli dcr-.eI' m- d wii' il reI1'ceivepr

111i :111l tlii-, '%% ek from AIii''', laiuul', a
4hliC11 Mi ad 'V, tt-'1-.. L eiji'l alJ U'CO
On11ion Blox Sliooks

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IExecutior's Notice,

L I. P cr-1isII;I~i I I.-!juist I iNAI-iS N XD S -,a ifinst
tile l'Xt;,tc ofttile lte KE. SIM I' ,o
tI I t s.'.Timt11o uIt,. C arpetI It v, 0:. elctii i, -atIe
I~ II U NT, II fitIIIIihio Y. vn uor b bf, ii# 3)i, I3 t//Si.1)
1..,,btr,~' 4. jl I IId allh t~ ilsiidebvdtoa4)III,.
.ai-i1. stit10 ate le-1uii-I'd to rwake. Pa:ymet'itto)Alln..I
I-tuxr of)I hI'rleftate hc a;uolns'.l :itiotlel-A 4te..
SA'.%lUEL % UI hj-'lT1i.S 511'.Fl,

PI ( I Ito NQIA %i'I'l E cu'lf,

Red ~1antd While.

f I I If 71uu ,l!'4 tr,'-'c I'ia,l1v io'c'oof IthIe
Os''shipjsiinom of' lii(I )N IO N ~'l.anditI
is e\p-1ccoIc to as-ii'.chuue l uu (.i- id'.-y, 3rd*Sevp-
Iptuel' ibu lxt.
T ihis ced 11 1'-,b~cueevrycu3'-.Ir(ef'uuly qe'I-
etI-eI, nrud w'.ill, no doutbt, i-O%.o' of' excelleilt
qjuanlit y. .E.T T

GreLat [ig Ia~l u- beu in ii Ic a%'tili i :a 1h-lv
voar;z n mimturikttiiill-d I piihlas'hct., and iufle

1t1.1t 'l14 Iiit, -) ti.1 Cu'iiiia 1,I~ljli? cXtt-nlt, lmceut (hu
Ito our tkflau-k::mas file Ltirce --r Iantiuacturuei-s ::ui
Dealers in thie would in t lincHI', %we coulSielet-it
out- uintcr-est to niatuuu fctuip odcsiti RE' eI I IfanaVlIwIi(IL E-
50)1 g:~oods,a nid pack themi it ahIa tc d alt rae-
ti h' manneir'i. II iXdi l5bnitumin a etul' tnawe are
gmivrantecul to Ib-o -) lija si- i' ,iu~litY anddel elr-s
.1i-C authorizedculto i-ef1unthe t lire l~l-ase price ill
any case '.%%here citi:.tshave c;ll-" o' fruia
fl-41actiou. It k~, ttthee~ore, to the iitt-Ie-Atof liotie
da-ali-r,an.! cmtoi~nei"4 to LIt- ..T II U If H E, R'S
IIT. I F. & P. 13 TiI I L .' 33 1 c-'&C 0.,
III tnout4. t-:, Al~arsufacttt:i I.;atndi Dvalortifin lFood

IN E 1%Y 01 1 ..


So4l1L E.

One op)en011 _I oov

i) lit'r.
Oni Double ( \It It,' .A( ., 1,1 .4eOal Six.
()no, lExtLn.ii-n Top PI.E I'ON, to Seiat Two.
Tlhe :iliovo' irec olvercid utl I .n u-ices to niuake
room for reccit. ilditil ,".
.Apply at Somerset Ili'':;-: SiAr, Li:-, next
South of Na'al C'licket (i'roiunl.
Jilly 27i1, 1l10.--ti

I 0(),00)

D)ry and Cured iii I of I' -, lleit Quality.
\\'ill bie S lil at 12,' per 1U01; t.,r C' onlv
until ;.ll-t instint.
Ith, July, 16. 0

1) nA 1, 1T A T, 18 S 0.
IT HE ft. ilowa- ing AC]"; havc t-11*I 1' 11 j .:sseld. by
fil, '(--,IslaL titaro ni IA-t'i1-iisl7Ldu'lu'iiigthel

No. 7-,-An Act to ii .aP tSailatty' oftthe
Cdhiof J1ustice.
In t',,i -oto :3 1 t DiCsbnb,. rI Ss6.)
No ~-A Act to aii'.. 'I thc- Dubtur's Aet

No. 9.-All A to. t,)aIit71i' risc'Wtlul c I '.- IIVI ltlceo f
el-'1tutain (Ale'boL~ii jIlithe 'FOW11 ,iOf suntiu

No. 1O.-An Act. to at1r~c th4- Overseers of
the Pol )1to Ii' l Lititiand otfher' Property
flt' t* Il i I ` f thO !-'irSh.

N, I. -An Act fort' lieapp *u'tionutncnt of
i rnI:uu; 1oth' -r I,.Iii. idal Pi'ytineiitsi

I':E. W E B."T E, -.
3~ Cu"a julSe'rritai.


f JII 'Pulj1i s hl-r-k'v otili--41 that. -,,anI m
a ittori-thai

Aii-l .i:Iil nOcuf~lits ~ leii-t s' ull't
thot 1l'ldive i",-olhey I ll-. u tho l.):pI )nelltho

lyig' litf .''.~iCr'aw! I' aiut .11d Bl nl''s 13IN:i

X iLL W~hO WiSh to have. their

I r':s.- \iI Wo ti 1, aml VIoo I Work ('l oan i and

1ShIould use the Scomiin,"', Clean.

P] 11).1- 1 F V.I E H I (-1EN.'
Ask r 1'( ri~da of die Ekitchen' Soap
I ". K-. & UF. .T I-;IT 11.[)EA! & CO.,

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Ber1m8. 111dat4'L o i .d(o i

STIAl % I I PSileafvS e ucL~~~~1~ -s Ilutia y
in eacllh ouith.
P,. 11.A. 'I' K N S & C.(O liisso r
chants, Londokn, exi-elutti'iil'wliut4 Ierve'.try des--
ritipt ion of 'o'edifor f hip-I tlnouiby ulhe-ic Swtam-
e 11 .
IIlinoesi NMarkel H ate-I pe-tiredt1,6'.' en tsigmi-
mencuts of Iierin Udat I rodtel
F or hI'rei;4li ,l'a~~ a:1111 lb'J ui ts.i:

1). AT'I%"LKN S & CO.,
Arget~its rI'M -t('a'ric rs, I Imimnlton.
Jitite 5 S('. 1)2It

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Hamilton, Septem or 1S80.
.. W q. --. -" =' "-a- 'L ; y'. C .
it, W- I L-.-. to tibink1 ')ur c-:o r;.--c.o:ndeata for
valuable i' -i'. :-. whib:- v'- !: 7'. 1' it ly .,'d in
our aec'ount of t l, H"u' r i '-:"..

Procee.'i'i"'a -t.i ti- L.?l-alive' (omnci!.

Fri-t,, :'r, S iet.-'%1r. .. d.-Parauant to a-2
jourr.n?. :if il.-> iouse met.
res.,'-',--L:.s: ,jr ,r Jo,-bu h Reea, i.'bi,. Jlu ...,
Presidient ;
The Honni-oabe .A. J. Mussoni.
Wrtm fl. Gosr,
S 0J-mes 1l. Trimir.;,L .--, ,

Jame ['iT -, i'" cr. .I
P R.E. Weth b;r, C- -: ,.
B." exiiithi.3 An Act to Bal,dc, a:d :i pro-
vide fo- thel- diversion of a :.ublio road over Pr,.-
poect. Hil," w-.s brou:,'ht up fhom the House of As-
semlly aEnd read a tfrsi. Liat '.
Tbh LPilt entitled .'-a tAc o conLinue the Act
to estabtiisb a Board ol Agrictutu.."

The 131il ontitle,. An Act to nc-ntlinue the Acts
relating to Im rani .ti(," were reveraily real the
tbird tim" and pai-:cd, mid ordei.u-l tir' c , le-
fore Hliaf Honor LLe Acling Gorvrn.r Ibi the 1F:na.
R. E. WeLster.
The Bill euiit'.d .\in A:i to cr.'i. 1i a lo,.:' nceo
tV 'hrarle's \VWest Butterfield Fozard," was vt-:A he
secenod time.
The HousCe went il!o Commuit;'s,.. t ebon 0
Th' He.n. J. H. Triringbam in the Chair.
SThe Committee tre-o'.
The House resumed.
The Chu; reported the Biil without amenri-

Tlie IHouse adopted the Reporl.
Thre P.ill cntitledi "A' A ct, to regulate the For ).td
of Public Works," wis returned from the Honse
- of As'-embly with thefollowing Messag.a:
Mr. Prsiderit and Gentitmen fJ Ite Lsey;slative Cvul.-
\We are directed by the Hlonse of Assembly to
return to your IHonorable Houpse the Bill entitled
An Act to regulito tbe Board of Public Wcti(,l"
and 1It acqjaitnt your Hoaorable Hou .- "'. 'the -
sombly bare coticoarred in tlihe Clanue proposed ito heL
added in m.uxndment thereof, which has aceo,:,irtg-
ly been added thereto:
We are further divrctod to request the concur-
icnce of your Ilonornibll I-oi'a iu a;: iOdidhion to
that Clausae which ihe Assemnlj deema exp3:dieuk Io)
be made thereto-a copy of which amenudi'ent isr
delivered herewith.
Sessions' House, lat September, 1280.
Copy of addition to Clause 10 of the Bill entitled
SAn Act to iegulate the Board of Public WorkA."
"And the rlCeail ef itho srtid Act tle title
whereof is above mcnttnred ,ball net affect any
rontrancs entered into by or with sor any lia.
hilltieR incurred or to be incurred by the pre-
sent Board rof Public Wror!;3 before the said
rep-eal shall lake effect, but the same m.ay be car-
ridi, out ant.1 enforced hy or against the Boaid to
be constituted under this Act in liko msniaer as if
the paid Act. continuell in fore, and as if th pre.
pent Board and tlI Eousrd to i.o consat.itinl ',,'i
this Act were and continued one aid th sa;me
Eoarr,-f Pubi e Works ; andl git oiag f nouey
which shall have beon made to the present Board of
Public Workls by the New Yor; blf'eam. Communi-
cation Act, !lN77,t or any c.ther Acre: or Resolutions
of the Lc-isl'ture beioee th, said :-epea! shall take
effeol, sh:bal bo payable to and idaministered by the
Board to be constituted under this Act, in like
manner, und under lthe like conditions, as under
such ..:St or r:eso!utions apply to the same rce.
P(pec,veI t.' "."
The Hl'u went late Committee thereon.
The Ho!n. E. Harvey il lthe Chair.
T'Ie (omiPiitce Tose.
The Chairman ep, ted the amendal:xt ,ru.s by
the Ho.use of Assembly.
Tlhe llouse adopted the Rrport1 Uad it -cIo', ,tr.
ed tbr.t the following M,.ssage be henr it the tdr,,s '
of A~a-embly-t' sfniueo to be delivered Lby t i a.
-. E. WVebste, is follows :-
Mr. Sp-ea't.r al G emen fthe House ofose o As.eil';
I com direct.:d by the Le'i!ntive Council to re-
turn th,' rBill es'h!cd An Aci, to r'-gtlnate the Board
of I-'ub;e V\'loik,' anit to i>fSrr- the llonomable
house "f A'secuil5 that the o'ot-:cil have concur-
red iC the am'end lmont sa-o:o.'?"d b'" your Hono,.ab.-.
ioese. it; its Messnge cf the I-:t i!J;tatul, to be m.d-u
as an addiir.n to ihe Clrmuec pri'Uh eld 'hr the Coun-
cli oln i.h, -'th uuijm.o aind ga i',- to by .yuit' ,i- n-

Council 'hharmber, "r.'" Sc-ptfmber, !.- .
TlI'e (ollowini Mes~sage from ils Honor the Act-
Ing G.->vernor was delivered by the Cocloninil Scee-
tary : .
(No. 2 .) .,,
E. C. GOniON, -"
Arith,' (.' or ,iu r ,.nid C(,mian,,er.-nl 'ld, .:>.
Tbe Acting Gv:vernr bhas tic' houor, with refer-
ence to a* from the Honorable House of
Asseibl.,y, dated 26th July last, on Lbe subject ii
the removal of tlo sunken vessel "Carolina Z."
from tih Harbour of St. George, to acquaint the

Honoimable their Lgislase C-'ouncil "that-accorlDg
to the hest information the General Boiar.' of
HeIlth ,ac;tm sbtC:,-i-t.he Z." cn .he ri-
umI.,IV Icon' her ,'.eeAnt, position tu a convenient
diac>t i, oii, the Hrt.r.our of -Si. George for a sumi
rDot x.-',:ediug ::.0i'i--and thL,:, the Boa:-d having no
funds :,-',:bc.: '-:."r tl purpose suggi stsI. at. T';.
vii -- ..-:,- ltal I.' --made for this seu vice.
f'ul.ii-eic ili:' g', Hamilton, }
1st "'.,ptember, 18S0. I
Adis:,urned to Tuesday next the 7Th instant,
at l -;0. -. -
.iS A '". ..

Alstrari' oj M/e ,Procedwiys o0 li .o'orab1F
ou.l.w qof Asen mbly.
Firi',jayrJ ft '1'2k;, 1. :.-The floase on mo.
tion ,, il-- Attloniy ,tueral considered in Com-

passage of :noa.-wy .-vs b.'ig ts us led b)y ULa-.-
mowu cons:-:n, n o b.okre providing for tihe r,-
moral of the Bar que "Carolina Z." wa3 rj-ad a *2rl
time and pasEed. .
'[The i-ua reg.,r!i.- '.:- : -' *:-'f t :aonv .a
beic -, aU 1 ic- .,'', n:n. .1,u-1 : s._ ,mw-ent, the tseco! ye
p I' r. :- m'.i.]b ,jvUt it anJ c-tewrl W -, Public
". c rL ,.'l-' b i.i. L ;i'4a aL ji' r t t, I.' :115 i l. ai h ,:r;' ic.sii
was t'.-i a Sd time, .--
Mr ('. Per ,I. ic ruae-,vd h.i a cd'i,'1i error in
the .'ul- L ai i'v ...-' L-'-;':', r eatingin g up thte
altiOhli .-'qui ed. ir.a- 7:: !71'.:t.' ::.i'.Aing thc ag- gr-
gate ti, :2 7. i,., :;d t ;,. ': 7-- i'b.iah was
agreed lto.
Th', Resolve was th6n pas>.J.
The fihlowing, Messag, Irain the L,'i:Kiire
Mr. .,pc,.'.fer (,..;*: C.',hle,,n of the Hlo.use -f As.-s i

1 .-- Cii'cri.ed bjy tt Leg-ilative Conrnci! to re-
turn the P';i c tiied "An Act to regulate the
Boa r'J o, 1'ublc We- ks,'" and to inform tb, -lon-
orable Hojuse o A:ccAuiy that the Council hale
co'-i;i' '.--.1 i u the ;aii'.renst, proposed by yvour
Hc-Or:r'.jbie H-oun", ,a li M-. sag. t: io ,e 1st u',. -t.-,
to Lbe i:-./J iea sri an ' i o) the Cl.',.se [.r:poa.d
by e C2oncil ou l.s: "- 27, l.m and agreed ..o0 by
yo!;.: Honorable Howae.
council l Chawiawr, l:-rd Se;a!., i. ).
S '-,'t-sel, 'hat( the iiil b-e amen'iel' ace,. ii" !
and ci. A,.-.' c the Legislative Council ivLh it.
I. i-owing M'r-:...u:, :-- ..
Afr. ,'a J.rat .,.-. ,'Jenle.'en oif (o e Legislative C'oi?. -
cit ;
We are directed to return to youi Honorai'le
Hl,.ii,- .ti i' *-.ntitled '. A AAc'. t-o regu' ,te t e
E hu w, ks," i an!( yeor
Hc."a-,.r.-E' House that the addition to Cv-tus, 10
pri'vr-4it by the ..--a.l, and coe )uirei in '.'
your H.icA-rable .ir .-e, h3 been wm vle theAeto,
MI', S. A. Maste,i preseuted a Petitioa from the
m'guer oit the Buiiding Committec of the E.rtiU;L
Methodist .Ep!:copal Church, HlL.nmilton, praying
for assistance in rebuilding portions of thIi- (.'hbrcu

J ulia ........... ... s. ,in ig ., ,i ,.
Und.ine .............C'ap' ,ai) C. Co 'tj h i Regt., .... ....Mr (.. .G "&
Nat,'.wss Li-.)Li Hiuml o.,-.., i^ S }t R' 1.a -
Peter,' -.............. r B. C H u <.

UN i.nown .......... r. ', H. Smia.
L' I,', St:wa'rt....A.Com u.n 1.:d r Cl p, ".N.

Surgeon Gemnel! H, ,. (f,rdon, M.D., has va-
ea'itd iis appoiriman.nm aO prinicip:I ,uedixicaal officer
atr Gibraltar, and arri-.-i i En-.!aad a few days
ago, in view. of his early under the age.
clause.. On Dr. Go-don's reii'vment Surgeon
General W. Muao, M.D., C.B., hi' successor at
Gibraltar, will become the ,.'onior Surgeon Gener1i
Dr. Munro dss ia3L ritaia tih a-e of si.Oy-iivo
until November 1881, 1)r. Gudoa will be retired
with e.l-,ct froim a.- 2re.. irlnrit.


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1t inhe i. rit Z." ri..' : 1.. ''o_4 -T '. -il i.
Mtr. J. W P ac-ri-'in ir tile '. La'r.
I'M.A twornie, Gn'ri-ali Ovedr .h'i it~ M; '"emi
rae',.",l to "F 1i H.n:e ro make pru-ovin i.m : thbe
r- a'Wi Cr 'I.. -r; t:ic. If the Caiolina "..
Mr. '-. ri orMcld tha'. in viw of tihe lapse of, 1e
orc-e triW Me-ssge toWS h m ,ner th Ac-ling Gover-
nor aul' the furil t:;' tire itha"i must -!aap'e h,'ore
'! (.; .V':,. Z." M, --ST in Ie- ft m7d rorm the ilar-
. ". ; '0 a .nc. Ip po e
f.; .' u r .'" .**, .; .)''-, ii, d ,-i,' ih .- 'c,-.. Iiha.'.. her
-'c.v -' a: h'.i- ,,-" roay he ,J.tilmcnltr to
:.s a'i -'.'; i..: '. 'h tIt n iiri her Io ert aini indis:rb--
ed- i: 't; .ri c,,.,:r Wan.'Ion, she may vb e teiuc.ved
of' V:-.".'yed .i les4 exsr.nse--it beo rectnmmeia-led
to .he Moio that provision be m -ide to naa&!le the
General Boar.l o Health to exercise its dis-r,.-ioa
in removing or destroyiaa tiha hu;lk at a. later '-.e-r-
od of at 'p ve,-r-wiJ' .: w'.2. nregatireI.
-. '-.- :",. -.i yi I-
''W.- .'- .orn :7 (':rf ,Ii' .- '...-. w, : tafi, rI.

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2.0. C : ,i '"-..
.' -iR. 7ii; t
The3 ActinE .v : '-ao i -. -a-. n .t n-
plianece viLh the iuti -st, .otaii:ed in a Me5'S.ag3
from the iHonorCl"e HoIe of -A mbiv, co2el1
i. .' .i Nc 7ml.r, 1].79, to o i-y i ,o', 'v', HO-.or IleO
iuse a Pi'- prepared lby the Colcnial Survoyor
he'ving two d.esi"trs of a Clock Tower i'): tie i -
,hq U..:? in iSAMiitoO.
Tl,,' C.,ir-ii.l ur-Cyor Pqsiimates lhathe t c '- of
'r i .'.'..:" i .'incia ace,'rding to the design at the
1W Iv : W fi ni the r h snii ns-' i-'m;e would be 700,
. %5-. 1 o 01'c T .' av.s .' ,:,vtp in the de-
it., L-.', .., :' tiih ",'. ct c'ri .,r o .f t"he b. uilliu g

S, .' i' ; 9 ;'i .J li:ide ou')U ii(L O1
.n:. ; : i,' n,* ., ''i ., t y 1 io Lti, h m rs a pa a
''- ne th1 q-s on W 0 .o
S ., -". ; C --i ses ..f fr t,
.- fi i t .uhld ail, unPt 10 ltb.llij. U ; '..
.Te w i:,ni;! of ,tithr'" design would contain, "'e
xpandiiira v Rhin the limit of 1,50' as spcre.-d
in the Message forn the Honcrable -House.
Public Eui1d n 's:. !- rii:',-a,
( '1 3' r'i .'.- .. !,. 3 .i
:'. 5 i, -

A .t,-,' O v .'or ':- tani' i ........a -r; f.
'ti'ai '.li {: ,' h'as .. h Loor, at the re-
wie. o' Oh Bo_.ii or W c.i-W '1 to fo 17a1 (,ti tihe
l ; aol it -i.' --i 'A.:- *' n ap -o.iSI ote
Estimate rft :.e c'.--st ,; ',- i, i.5 2a .-..:: a ; ,l-,-.:ay
'b;i "1, R'-I[ .ti-, ;i' &-'. !. Jr 2 th, i'J,!' .!' 3 da,;i-
aged by ii.t: torrM % i(L ~, .'i2: .1 i. he- -: l ii'."'
'*-- .;- 2. b1 nd .b01h u t.I:a .i:,.n t';-li'l." I ) he
Sen'ur 'o r ..,. j 7,,, an1 to expcciss a it u pe i.. : e
i1-..2or,,i- Nt II '-e v-will make early prntisi'n ..,r
ca'cyin:r on; theFe : rU'-escary works.
"-:.' ,,.,'' ,f W\ .t.!.r. hi ':' opinion that it wriuld
b ;-, :, :, e at c -,!' o, crcl- a temporary B,'i-:;e
21 'w:. '..: ^'a- in order to remove, I bhe gr'at. au-
e,.'Neh'icnee Bow occasi,-ned to the Purlic, and
i '--. :.;.i tiSAio;re ;uggest Ibthat a sum oi 1300
.d' i; ;rnimediiately placed at their disposal ti'r
tb-. 1i: !'T e-.. .
Puli' .ildiing' H railion,
rid Septetmb'r, 1850. jf
Tithe .\t -rn,"- G,-n--rnl ir.hcdur rfi a, R -., e ,io-
vidilS f:r i!. r',- ,talt or de .ruition rf the- ', .
lir.a Z. t.Li:-.: w.-c re;v a til s. lime. .
':L- Bii e:iil"d n A:r Io amend the Poi.u
Etali,-i.;mer-t Ac,. No. 2,) 187"T'." w m read ai third
lim-e inxd r'er,'.
ian mo ...n of Mr. r'. lPe'i'._; the Mes.aRe of
ir lTnca' WaLiC Alir:l ..c- rit v". xI), WAL co0-
Esi-si.i'di ,,' '. 'L ""-. n -, -il -
5Mr. Co.:cuea '.to : .: ..
Mr. ;. P.c'-.:.t :-I I --: it be recon, mendedd
to make ro i'in hrl ith?' i.-arst and renewals of
A'-iMi.' Works and Baildings dnimage, by the bh.'--
lieane of the 2'""- and 30,b of Akugust-wh.bc t was
agreed to.
The House re'mda'.-il ;inE. ad:-s.,tl ihe te:-olu'ti.n
of the Camilitt.
ir. C. 1. I*sbton inticduced a R?:solve providing
for reiii:p to' Public Works and Builtings in con-
e.eiu.e.UO c; the late hur'icace-which w'as read a
liLt. time, ':.%. the Iule regaradiiig the pasa2: of
money \'.'tei bking suspended by unanimous con-
S jFi, ii s,- -' a 2fjf1 time .i committed.
!i-. '..- --. ..s-t,.IrS in the Ch:r. :
ihe House c's.t'i ..
The Chai,'man .-,.art-:'! the -.. i,,e 1, h
several blanks filled up--.-'.:, the '- .- 1,.:-. ;,--
and it w;a -dc ptel ae d l or Jer-ia l 1. .- -- .3',,.-. ,
r u, re--.atdd;ng the ,pas.,e ,-. afr. u y vot'esS
beirg su-pen.ts:, the Resolve providing for the i -
mc '1 or de(icstt uation of the Carolint. Z." was rc .t!
a 2nd tfie and commit ted.
T-'. H ,'r.'-y i' the (h.'air.
I'.; WViiikmvmon mn-rved that tb-a words otherwise
dispt"s.l o ntie su'-tilt'ii.'id for the word 'i des.
ti '. ', i~,' fc-a,.re--wh lh w-as r&r-,?',l to.
T ,c i. n -ti.y ira e .iu iu, .ve,1 iLa. il.b Li k.r,:- hI'
filis- -a,, .- 1.,.--.shit wh w -i -,rtre- t o.
"., r.- ;-, ;. re.' r.',"i as.l ..!a- eiS 'i ho 1 R."ect l-.'r ras
an l ;: ..!, apn'] 1 wa (on'l,.r d to t,.i g,-'.ss,.d,.
a -. ,,' I.- u.' r.. t I,. i -',

V..,';'.'';', '1;' _, f' I--'.in.-- 'bhi' r le i re-a irding t

!.kL..?.ed l wv i la iz '. irri :rr,4. f>i rCOQ u as set
,', ; in 111,., --:7 .n .
._' c. iurrie] Mon '-. :Ti..

S1'.tjet. (f re.,Imu:ngj thAe \S.e fcr a C lcks Twer,
F`i'o L:.ndI E;IlI
Pe'.1iiori frow M'mb'rs of 'i.e B. M'. E. Church.

(U-TO.'l HOI L0--, .V 1 IITO N.

7'. ---1'" :! :'r." I- r -it. W j!-,',n, New
U."" :.- o..\ 11 .,'I Cox
, ;.teuie' :."- I 't" e.;'. r i: ala 7, W ih :,.1:, N,'

PA. E N: E: A : .t:,I D.
In the M;il :::r'.; r r :. '.X n- T', hur'd l'n-
fi,. w '. or :-.r'1.' T. J. Liplhtbomn. Mtc. M.
W -i-..'t, e.r. E, A. i.,-''et F. C. Ji:.n':s and
A'V. C'. s.w -- ..' -, Mr. i. 5! r-. raitihi. Mirs.
F"-if. nn ri.- ,nd '" ci ;i!"v n d r :n thie Sie-ri e.
I:i the I. .M. : 3'. f'r: i .. H af:l on Tlursdday
k-'.:, A : t. C 'ni. tJert!..i ?.'!l' .,h C.'-r. G nm -ia :1! '. S.
'c-tnno, S. Dao rn-l,--:...i ( .:. C, l. c P e o,,.-
diir -. Vale? ". r. :' eI l.;ii.
P Sr.sriorr. L '* *.i~r.
,er.n: ia. 1foi Nr-w oYGr Oil n.. -V
l,,i :--Mr. andi jMi.,, Al.-n A-.ri',nc, 1 Mi. .osgg! cihl, :1 r. Thwri-,. RFish ''" andt inrnt;0!. i
: idi .in S '; .11 'ai.n: L .~'.''-, it.h i L -itt. F.
. 'nl ins-on. P.1N.., -,s. Willinm Blu-k, Frank H.
FAi Chailpo '2 Cnmver P. iI. .toreesi I!g. 1"i d.
;r:''...".. ard n :.'rawf'rTi--'- ,t C b,', : ior Doyle
Pe ,t.
1:' tieo B7 (, '.' J. ni :- -It i. ,Jarne. at '1 infant.
n.-..i '' A .v r l V' u-',n," fr-.:'r RwSVon e,. with
. 'to iii t, i co C t'.r .,enlilton C-: .1 a,' :, intion, t.i-c1.ored
"in hitir'oy' r. ragr'o o natil.ny l:,.st.- A ;lrt.l, ,.
r .a:~; '. l & Co
i' e StoA.r lhr' IJllHia'. ., Ca.hahi homps. T ,\ i A.l u ,, T.*.. ..'t. 'h Au.. :'; q;-
... .' :.K': a t ... :: .
r e( K H, Y fir. '..e b r (the. LIile a..;".t e0. v'ii W'. A f..4 t ix
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n ..i;, -, h c in rn r n st ,'wf : *o:a h with thl-i stid
ocr'- i 4 I
C:';j',.in T! om ;.,.n l. nu,' ,,i, .t .. ,c .i .e E:,glish

Li'l." i,ef'.
L." .mU,-, ..''- ,- Pr t ',n, o.1 on W hits
S :'.! Jirin;:: i,* G( i.':, cf !X.,i r.'uniin; .: rr-,n Jd
.-.. over. N nt l ;'h' I 'a n ti-i flicant
li tmr La fo

p-t,.ui:w r er'vi.- a:-:rhiod :'. ('r .y. Lw c 27(lt

T Fa'.:-in Y, .'. ,,:;-' warv to leave TT.alifa.
: h i*.'timn 1.. w .'-,-..1- Va,;- N:,Towf ; at- 'i: ir1 HI-!i'.l ,; r,: 7 : ir,-ail

n:,iin H. HlUlis of the B:ariic Eliza Ba;rss"
Ia' *:.!L th.iks fi' late Araerien pipers..

MToor-Gencr'al SirP. R. T.-if'n, came paenger
f'orn Liverrpo -.1l. th ''-.nrd _'e raship .Tri'S .
wEien reac-he. Now York 'm Vee.' the dnv
previous to the ..l'.i of' tio t .. ip Brc-imnda'

IT Attenlica is .'ic,.ed to the Offici: Noa!ice in
our nlv,.ti- : i:'- Ci m n -:, e- C(; t.o Li' "r Li-
,.'f A .i, 1 -:.'"-" Chi': cowiqm in .,.peraili)u or the
-0. 1t",-t next.

S.'T sg.or ti. -_ 1 c ".,lie w I s o ." 'Ir--i..p.n{. i ,
r-. '.] .r rnr -, thi, i'hi::LC, :-- u1l Hunt Cltb ,,. .Lliv:
fWrly i'r tt'Pe "nE' ns .j"10 .ii e airt R-1-n;
cle in,:0 on F:F: -, a ::non T'tr .ill. HimiiL t i .

ig-' .m.nie A~mct.iou SL c. f IHoin- anl
Lai-ui-, :-ou'h:-.mtonu P.'T.4i', To- nrrow, W-:.'ne-s
day, :a noon.

ROYAL E:orrar:.--"The Qth ad 201th Compan-
ies at Chaihathamn i.avo blen pl.e'l under orders-- for
F.:.rfe;'n Serrice. It is. *'-pottaJ that both C'omp-
niti. will go ton FP th.

Mr. C'hale.' W. Thicl,, -el&d.t wn of Charles
Thi.lo, Estjr.. lait 01-rk R. N Iiozpital, Bermrudi,
11xrachxatrcld M.B., at.I Ma -ste.' in urre'-y (C. )
o;n the GffL Au.-riLat. at beihe'leen U'ivcrsity. MItr.

Engla.'1, and : vwe.(k late' r'eeu i'ed the Diploma:
..f ti.,- Row.! Ci.,h -: of PT-'".i i:ans, I. .ndon,
These y.:unmg _e-nilmc-,:n Ic-lef Be.inta iu I.,77 to
pursue their M i-, EJIucatiion in England, and
their fii,:?nds! *,'f.b !,':s i.. ]p,-i :-><. to lea:;n of
their advanucemen.t.
R.B. Y.. REG:AI'PA rTU SEPT., 1880.

Euttit3 for thi: DIke of Edlinburgh', Chaliengd
Cup :
Name of Bot, Owawr.
Nancv Iee.........Mr. W- R. Winuter, Comi. Dept.
La Beile Vill. ...Mr, i'. F. J, T.'c,:.r.
Undina...............Ca Cotton,0 .'h Regt.
N ,,.u il,:. .......... .M r '. ('. Oo.linr'.
Nin-leas ........... Liia. f-andcck, 19th Reg! .
Danulc'-s... .......lion .. 1. Tr' n.ngham,.
Ldy 3Slw'art... .. (.'o,.n,ad-:. C.' ., R N'
EltrLs 'or Pu' e R-t.e:
NL'or' Lem........ ir. \t . 11R. Wrn.r, .-mit. Staff.
Je s,-. .............M r. ,. .. Jo:ne- .
Ia B,]le ';lo ....M '. T. F, J. 'P;;ert r.

:Ot.vind and '.%A adi,;tit into the fi,- und-r the
st-it (ti ( & A. Allan. After hiis father's death,
in 3'.! it'olv.-d on Ii.,diin K:e U.a'thips c: iron,
f, ,' :! h i.'.,'.iers. '4, L C. ; 'd] 'as [Lu' firti ,
an l a-h.,n a-.l .er fir,,t trip ita 1%3. Iu the k.low.
i ,-i Lie r .:-ivad ti., C 'inoad:a.i mail contract,
-i,. ^".'d hs !.'.c t,-einthA, ub ? to pre-.ieut. From
tl..t tilw t.e f. rn coutiuu-d bui'ig irou stea-ners.
i;;i, n:: l re-' n[ thEi'e ati1 i, i"bo A ilin fle('- tv,-euty-
thrpe t firt efla el eistuifers, 760 600 tone burden,
tamd t.r.'ve rcon c!Lippc-' nh-p3, ?0,,000 ioun burden.
For -t ar-r pa-, the fitm b's been its own ir:sur-
sers, 'id it bas derived -great profit from being Po.

TL-? Q'uen bar app-roved lthe appointment of
Sir _id.'Q ls cbinsoi;, (.C.M ."., Governor of
New Z-einnd, to be G.o)retnot of the Cape of Good
iope in tl:e place cf the Right ilor. Sir Barn-e
F Brre; B-t, C" C.B., -G.C I. -'.ir l Ier-al-: Ro-
Lias,:n vil come home -C.,re ;tn.umirng tbhp GoT-
ernmaet.;, an andu -- wil! L mi;stered dur'g 'he
itv y GCeo. Sc" h.;.,, K.C.M.G., the o07-
Caer of !'asw:inaz. lir .Ercules Robinosran will
S.d iiern..' of New Zela d
b" kin .. *, ,''- Ar.(r dij'rrdo, n, '.M.G., now
G~ov'.ri:r of Fiii wic will eo:tinue t.0o be Hipih
C ,s ; -: sae ,.. she"' ,'V -, -,'a C .,Cid..

Fl,3r- A ln!:.r, H. I. .hp.e ',ile of Edivlla irgh
w i s .!, p ,s,,:-.:] t r,:'j.: i r.e i D ucive :a oft
Edli ur'v. u,.t:! Lamai a', .'ii i it expected,
-e .d n 7 'i :S:d in Ge;.r:..u;.
h-1 .u.i au,.y of the Sea o" :lar:.'Oa wil! he com-
..-t.:-' ". :, -.' s. o, u.-. -,eset-.': iou;h (Au .ust)
,A 'i t -..' ." .:,, fi' ';., wt:-ho ". iw t:-o'- tiose
S.- ':y e ord-le.-l home to pay
.--. Jt3 ,. ..,eN ,l, C... V C., U' .G., a
b :-i c: .-1 "' i.,;i .," Co:r.manii r of St. Michaec
and O:-c:g',l on his rettumn :ro Canada, whitb-
er ie Lr"t a' i pacuiada'i Plin.,e Leopold.
T't dcdtL o Lord do REdclilffe ut bhe
-l', ,te ,i 2o ic. announced.

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5 ,:'itbm e int 'oC,'O o t. _',r. i ier i: .h R- r
l I.t a nph >: p- lat m li --. tc, 1 :tI Ft l T-
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t hi j, j j, '-. .ro .e.
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O i't, t -i'- H'"1 f e"t.'.m 'C. ,' -ia g.
i pi sst [f Io l;$;' '- t I i e "t'.1l !p j n t.h v ... .ri'y
.P **'.l !E ii' '.t ".i t' 'i o ,-o it:.. : ., e:l : ,s
disi! u d os takici,'h ati :,.'-e. At Ubrsto t h,.tr cte-di-
ir,, h l Ho', ned tr met to-d'r y at noon, to

p.-' T ;:.h hU C'- 'a"i".t'e ol '. ." Bli t ael.' Bito!.

ert h-i huri d t. a ce..:, E. Y,' terd.-'S struggle e in
lt r i.'tu 0 i '. .- l": .' '- .:1.- .., in- a V e-it''y it o .'"
It-r-n'-isaet, thi : : nure .noa'.tu U .' m siting.

-e vonc ide l e "-cu'asa u u r, P. I -
B eiic udietalki t': it a.':b r,..0 bhe b.trte ted o u

.t .a targe meet;', o' Co-,'rivative Peers, h'31d
tr ., r da. y. L 8 2 L o' ..' ." l d s-: the' i to :.'" -
c.,, ie .' W Hare. N"." E:i!, Fug,,ating cert.lin
altn rati,.n, in .r-.ourgh-. -- t r o')i .t i a'te ot ithe mLuin
obje,-i; oi tbo t=.,:-f i2'.
It i. stated thst e .he h .~-d o: aB.tumn r.. mee'ire of,
f,'\- .er v i've4 ",iill.'i." ,_ Ald "..i, t e a ,; oicei' s o* L rd
B**cue*Jfield '^d i^ a' bth u oE ie i.ate G n-jm.,-

rhia tiiu g' d i: '' ;. 1 rVi w= : x .I i-i:. of i' asi t. .r-
tin-i.a i thi opr i-; -' 'oi tio c- e t .' ri- c t.- o(I ciru .-ut
r-'c iiti i l i -:g, t,\'., ec'o ii.u.- .-i'3 o* kit ballot e t,
th. e I:! i77 )'ii'-t U -; '," r .-".,. A, : i"- .k't'.?- Oi

at Too .o 1" s d" C ..] t"..3
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-. .':ite, ;Si' i-, d A C:r' ;. -,. JoL;n Ho ac,
:. I n\ 0ow -e l,.uil: ', L03 ..u'?. to '
p in th-' m Bo -
;r-.rprriv.e hat boet exp ssed .hat iL'ere ,hav b --fi
n i '' 'h n. .. 'O' -in" h e '..-...
1,.tt : -tri]',i .m'tW :" ,'- i t'o. lnt 'i:t.s w -'e .'' hbe, a.. '
E:.'*-:'-d .i.;;rw i,.: ',e ,' s 'mli J!'opo ,' < n t>?-
L.'i the G r-'. -1 C' _to. Ea'' '.'3 d .s.ire.a to br:,u
tii-c cA,,A,u s0. ut ,t nmoe'-elyr h d, r'm-uAt'.rstion at.
DlTu'. -::,no "i :.a 1 t .. au .- *n m, i alt b Psf :e
Clanl. ltial'tople irse!. T b" v -O U '!at i i w ..\-w
.'." il!' rfin s .lii ., ::. Ie Dv'd.a ..- -. G errna;y s 'r. tn-,', t de.uo trai.x)n il Cat -a
stan-inop!.s tfern rag br the interests of Austria.

A o,b Kbhn'. w; .dra'.'.:l to Sau Jari doe r.)>t
1mea,0 tht hbeit: 't. S i C ud-hab. rt.r
wr'sb ,s*.-uffivie:': hill.ueu and 'risg,'er remain. %e
hA milhply gon to ,ho .'-,a 'Tarnak kn i ArgAu'jrw;b
Val'-"' ai iedt. aT : ) ) 'l e to prc.teet hi h.,rc:-
frm an attac, in ln rr,'r by G.urMn Robert.
Av':-.b K-han i 5 P'" : <:- .:Ital :ldi'.r- and couftr,"
tr-o.s f-iiau th.: Gt ai t ibe. ie hws probably
15i .'i0 m en in .. I. Thli ,.,fi-_i. dec-.rati' _. h. tr.
At 'lanistan dc -iln P.'t w -armni the -
pt -t1in tlt "1 1 :; tr 14' V -o'a itd:11 Kl ia.-
w bh e ovens ,p. .L, u :q be'br
wi' he -.. .P-. .- "n: ,-.- : i r
ihL Qb.' t'n: I ..-. 'i7. :..'.. .'.i. : r :i'? ,.', -I_. j *
El L po h. "o r r- 't u i-
s At',' -in w ita ;" c! t- t !l .i t.M 4 E a-.,i.erui .-
on Sao Ceatrf A a-' q .ili -. th- Eng --i
O( :," :.r ,a t ,. .. i- .a-,.n.; .as- ..,j ix .- t{LH. AJ -v
Asi, ". L t I 'l k id ,',i
. ,wo:.J rOrd. 1 to Eagla
r 'et 10--. ..1 'I [ in .3 rn.JP *i
_ret ; eh ,. :h ';. :'.i .. r3f1. r ret :
f,') t h 'iurce;i a n .',e;.3 :, u ;u.. ;v .. -
lishL aeu credit tiy :.. t i .,>ii r ).. ,og .- u Mili'i w io'v,.
thoe hti!ty A .L; Ic 'kke: v-cui. c:-iy give an ux-
cu~fr Eo L a for..- rI. no. .ai -.. t-:r -th Bn :

.*'*-(- I'<7-1, Es i 1!rl- ofrI7th:0iIt.

TC;e Culrdt R'l Mai Steams.Bhip Bet/. Captain
%haw ;'-.I .T;lla\. N.S, arrived af St. George's
,, the f fr' atf Tlhun-day, .'_n- left -lalifax at
rm orW or'.t., had a g. .d pa..-age with rough sea.
Our Lhaik-' ore exnd:d in C' "t. Shaw for lhte
t.lfax wper.r,
Thoe t"e.t T.1il'tro' Eler-tion came off en Saturday
: :it Tt.,Y"veJv Rohi.mson's ap-oiuctmeant to be Go r-
:in)t -*f Ou: i:.) and r'- ulted in fhe rofurn (;f Beat-
*,, a ',: :it:' i th fl 'e Jra. ', Do.,'m iniou Govern-
S-i.,, -.'93 "-n-a Ryan 16836, tm other candidates,
t': ,i nl._,_ 41, and C(':pre'l 19. Considerable
'.:.,re.' '...a-i ',sken in thOe ,<-.i.e:.:t, xSir Leonard Til-
e -'.F, r Mo ..[,i;'I,,is er ,uJ Edwa,'d Blake, leade' of
L.C o .pp i: : ,.Jre'sing the k-ehcora. In North
0"-. t : r -Vhc-li e ; th I 'W-,"xt ji,' eaJ adid'ate, h;i. : eea
a ttd, :i j' it i5"/
"fTh7 '' ",n i..( Gr(r.-niu'?-' Ct.'-"ith Mr. Glad-
-t Se p .-1 pa; ,:, 1;o,1.1,.. c.alk I at P.rtlant. Tr-
V,?ny n D- tx,,iuti'?AnA .. '; ;-,.rriv t, ,: Ply.
!:' it .' 2I a. a ,Jub).--"qt'ientiyT eit for D.:blin.
ROMB-.T ILIKE', cx.- P. f r To-,nto. a.,iI two
1. -j '....' '. i',ris., i, rcceutl'. 'The
I'-rnt 'a of, : i thte 20th t ast.. o ys: The .-
.-' I. . _i a '1 "i :,t P a b e rl V 'i. k ,
S : i ..:. di h'.r, i .' 2 lake. ';,
''., -1. c' ; .'v o-y t : ...i. i.dJ were rc .2ef. ed
.aei..' ; w ii f,?einit. of C'eep r tr,. 7'he d=<:.'--
ed gent unan auLd his: family iirived at Sturgeon
P'.'ilt l-,'.el, "'.: -'.e i is a i!i.ut ht n riles from Lind:'.ry,
on S'atu:a;-. At).u' 0'. :x, o.1 3MoL.,day, while Beitie
W :kI, n r, :i rhirtIe:, i;d Flor'en-E.. agd fitte-:.
w.I e b.t.hi, ;n the hiakm i,)Kn tt,' thle hotel. t-he f(or.
[ .ii' g,) hvy:>i,d hi dJ.ep.rb. ir. Wilkes, who was in
". ", r !-,.:,t. v-e'a.t to, a a.-- i 1,A ,i he lad. I.(iL
,it b : i',hl.- t', rea.h [,im wv.' an- o tr, jump, d i.-
tI th- 'vattcr. H:- iu grasping Bertie, i.vt
tho oa. ,- :i ,l n ir e a i n. The litt-e -,sLi,
v'! z r i -' '. L: ier. rira i tinwa.'-d liherbrother- +wh-
Ad h1im, n :-':. ntin. .ld :.he, too, disappeared.
J:.' ,. .,'- :Lem ",e., v -red ,'and bri:-ught u ih.3
i: ,' '- ci o'clo:k xpre.' la.t night.
rOr 'e' .. o.rlCr, aud ?-Irii.
SI-.'vi ,. 3 a b,,d' ch G,.<',rn. ent House, Friday
ii ;-;. .-',-; .ri I[:,.!. ii a -L..1l2 1r e 0 .i. ..-At. w er"
.- .i...ig offic.-'in oi I S. B.Sanche.
e.,ci waai PF.t up with r,.irit ill about: two
'-, ( ^' L ;? ': tU. i.. 1 a ia' !i!j ,r t 'ii .
The Queen Lt.s i. fie,! her :'.yaI! pea?,a;te that
.:.- i ,. ia A :t...s'r .I A :i. ,.a1.3 be c:i1r, th'
Ai -vai C. adiJa Avadi;.v f.;i Arn.
Iti: is :,-,-:ec .:d th",t P,'i,. ,'ii.Lr,,' ,of K ing'. C ol-
1:-'."\ -i ir. Uj.aa bt-ml.n ,'!--e'-',A a le blieiubv .,A tihe
A ai"' ,- ilpkgic i A.sociati;;n. Prol. Wv ; .oun is
11- 'i- '7 B- a': cE. Lir .' held the p- '--"ra of
? i -. o, [' ,u;.y :C' :u.:).,
B'oi, i B r a;.,n i-er a'', i vo ivh,, u.i'nl re.t:.:rniag
b,":S sci l 1 l -'a r :i,:' '".c.0 iIOld had a
i:.' :'0'-,' c -o~e .apc Iro bhcirg liil'bd hy thc upaettug of
tr-i ,' P.,:' ,>A ..c
;-i, ','^. ,'. G. J.)ii+- Roberi Biak and FikhI
. r i;:(? t'p ,a'vs"u Mill:; N. VW Arm, i):' a
. ,r rc i.; 'Th- nta r'h; i almost a ll in said
j. li_,y,, h lck cmfunr,'finac wuiarn on hand, Menu-
rv:.I?, f".. .r_':- Ri.-fiacry Bwiding at lth NoeHi End
L'O'- .-s',',"
L,. ,;-, w ith ih -i) ; .'-c iL his ice thip.
i.-j'd *i, TI ihias, N. ArAiu, in connection with
T',.,,ry H ;-1'1 C.'. L ia' lie is exiendin, his conn'ee-
n, ..3; +es.t '-'.mer .till have Ic-e houses oIN Wil.
i:atns L',sIc, -.v-er.3 owing to the rock and travel
,: ? w %ite is. v-i y v 'nd J d tide v.:a.'tr c-n
1W.W' A. i ti hold 2 1.0 to. it,- .
On:: w 7th, h4 two PlIt.',re 97th Regiment,
;" .'. 'itli i: :isd Ri ,,iio 'id FoiAeir, itahsi?d ivu ih
,s<.V a (l. ,-.- ie,.:he Halifax 1 "ib. The whole affair
di-.; in' l'st 1 minutes. Damage estimated $i,500.
'E .C ir1--n. te .' rers:: .' -t trhe lw.' does not now
i.t .h- .s.i' ..'A rl b: .in, p,.,u:.ely Bfl gged.
i.. P.ic. Wa. V.Lh 'l old and- highyv esteemed
b..-.;.'rc i.':.ha'nt of Haf las d:d at. his resilence
,.?-e : o"',t.alday morning, vw',s a native of New

-'T.. JTN'a ITFLD. Aug. 1ath.-S. S. FlAianA
c .arr, Linv-rips'ol to B.limoie, ashore at Great
L', .d. '2' mii S.A W .1. John'r, on night of 12th
daring d,.,i.n fog. 300(U t'a g:mertl cargo likely to
1hrv-:mo,-I total wr.cek.
The Dominion Me dial A,'ociair'n will meet this
yoerr at Ott twl on the ie t aitd 93', ,September.
TnE l iST.-The aliaiu-,] iu;..['cioU l:,i tihe o101st
re;'im'd.,} tols- plae 27 Aweust. Iu the forenion
the- :-.rad'.:d 'in i W.'.,. l ~ilgrit:o. Barrack Square
:. w:ei iu.pectMd by G,.-'erai MtDougall. their
k sa. be, bhing -sntminel. In {te afterno,., the
r n-.,ii at a. i cb,-.1 fo the (',.7' na .._,, w hsre the. heold
a rvivw and ht; fight. wviin ,as of much inte-
r,.i a.d- .~;mn- wri te.,,ed Ly' i.T,',,- .-fI, -ring of' eivi-
l '!,s. The 97tb will havre their inapt:ection on Tuei-

JAMES ALLA_.i.-ACe.:b" d.espacleh from London
arln'o':t!ces that .Jarme, Aliiu, senior partner in the
s;rm owni.t t1he1 Alian liue of! teniaships. is dead
lie did no:' f'-und the line. Its fou'.n'e- was Sir ,hugh
Alian. wh; in n .w tbh lait Te" ship owner 'n the
v.eid. Being anxious to Warn the practical work-
ing of a eteame:rion the Atlantic, Hugh Allan took
Saosa; e or, bhe L:verpo'Ol, from New York on Decem-
her 14, 1837, and, after a tedious voyage, having
ha-4 t, make for the Azores to get coal, he arrived
in Liverpol after being given up as lost. In 1838
he went to Montreal. He was iuduced at that time
hv Lord Sj'decham, the Gternor General, to ten-
der proos'.al for building a iteatiiship for the royal
navy, &r.d ho obtained tLhe coiora m.Cit. The vesei
P 4s.' M hoaume, Aand it j!ave great .atifaction. In
18,16 Audrew A'llh;. hi. briotLr, rccome out from


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H R. H (I:,3 ^ 'i! o: :' .r-.l:id 1.-ev,.s n-j,-
,!on on ':r -la7 ;--x for Ki-i:L.:. Befor- rfe-
ur. o nd '! .. i. Ie, f in, ar-d -.vill
,in '. p -,:!. ;. '.; f t at h Autumn Man-

on '1,e ." '-:r TL, DPu e :.f (.'ontautght alnd
S;r G art ,' f' .V .jl .i, ;i! !;:. b, *.*'c. t .it-Sthri?'
avito ,urric
Tli' ( fu li,' .' rcv .4 wr.:irrn1i!Ie zi li l t) b'
revised, i- n :i'.*:e ^luer c f thi (I'";):it-h or .tie ve .-
[',reec tf If l'o l if i, ;p nrianf ed that
tit *It; C :w' rcniar, .v re t ;. pr. :c,.l o1 Fll'...0
it l-.; .,ovH b .:n deci:-.'U 'to.o:-u 'u; l: Reh gi -,w
to thL slat :o:. to ;e';' .-;.1 thei, l-Il i .util,'jn 190,i pro-
cee'ilug to i. ',iltx N. t. (oa.jr .' J0 rs of road naes-
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i'occed lu' of t1he Lepislativ'. (te.Ct(' .
T :.' i,',',, ,' .?* t/ /, *,^ 'i.--Piursu, t 1.o *'l-
i-Ou'irnl ti i' I-[,i. s ri m et,.
Fre.',./--., s ?!non r Jo.hsh l" 1'e. Chief Ju-ticre,
lI.'.S iernl ;
Th. liol, l'r..1le James II. Triimaiigham,
L" C Eugenius Harvey,
Jamesq Tucker, Reecr. Genl.,
9" R. E. Webster, Col. Secy.
The Dill entitled "An Act to continue the Act
to e.-tlablish a Poardl of Agricullnr," iwas read the
second time.
The 1-eHouse want into Commiltic thereon.
''he lion. .1. 11. T'rimingham in the Chair.
The Comntmiitt c roe,
T'he House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
The House adopted Ihe Report.
The Bill entitled "An Act to continue the Acts
relating to Immigration," was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
Th'i' Hon E. Harvey in the Chair.
The Commilt(ee rose.
The Hnute resumed.
The Chairman teporfed !hlu ill without amend.-
House adopted the Report.
Blil ntitlled "An Act to grant an allowance
to Charles W.L4 Butterfield F'ezard,"
A Resolve graitinl i ,,iitqu to .'tid in building a.
wall enclosing the Burial Ground ,O( the Wesleyan.
Church in Southampton Parihb, wt're brought up
from Ihe House of Assembly and sev rallyy read a
first time.
Adjonuned to Friday next. the 3rd $,lepteber,
at 11 .,t.


Astraet of t/ Pr'edflae/se of /1;, I"'orfs.e
1.1ouse of Assemly.

:tis A-:t were and continued one and the sameI
Boaid ,f Public Works; and all grants of money
uich s,1hall havC boin made to the present Board of
l',.!. V-!i ;3 la y lie New Yor Sicarnm ('ommnuni-
l liol Aft, 16"7, or any other Acts or Nesululioun
of Ihe ILeiAla.ture iefure lthe said repeal sb lli take
'li-tcl, '~-hli I, i -i,0 I, .'yale io iand iadminiiitreid by tIi,
ihoaid to be .oiLWt i!..-I u n dec tli.-i A'ct, ;in liki'
manner, and under the like conditions, as under
such Acts or Resoiutions apply to the same re-
spectively"-which was agreed Lo.
Ordered that the amendment concurred in be
added to the Bill, and it be returned with a Mes-
sage to acquaint the Legislative Council that the
Assembly have concurred in their proposed amend-
mont, and to request the concurrence of the Legis-
lative Council in the addition which the Assembly
deem expedient to be made thercui-a copy of
which to be delivered with the Message.
Adjourned to Friday next.
Acting Governor's Miesagi No. 32 iclating to
cost of removing "' Carolina Z."
Police Establishment Ameudment Bill.

'T HE Undersigned has Received
f iroea London a first (.lass

Vithl moveable ligureo, dt.signated "'The Zunlu
Hand." Is prepared to attend, at very reason-
i :ll ateas, Juvenile Parties, Concerts,' Pic-Nics,

The Music is first Class nnd lthe wonderful
monVeretflts of the Band are most amusing and
I !sto0lIh ihlllg,
[ Ihamiilton, Juie 7th, 1880.

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1I'Wededay, I ~ Sepieber, 18S'--The Bill entitleil ,* *, IIIII *
An Act to authorise nnrl provi-le for the diversion --
of a public romd over Prospect Hill,." was read a Warranted burnt from the Pure
3rd time and plas.ed. iPu e
(Ol!ered, that Cooper, Mr. Clarence Penis- Limestone,
ton andiI Mr. Wilkinson bt a Committee to exam- For SLle by
i!e the accourlts ( the Pilotage and Lighthouse
Co mi ssioine s. JOH N T. STON N ,
The Hlous.?, on motion of M'.',r R. PReniston, Jue 8, I 0.l S o Devonshir'e.
resolved itn-if" iiin a Committee of the whole !t o ..
consider? tde oiaiility f extending:-.'rfa n p>:ivi- | c-r --
legs to Castl, HI.,l,.:,,.i a a co:al epot. ( W
Mr. .. W. Pearmirlan in the hbairt. -
Mr. AV. .. Ptnision moved that a Comml e be P A I N T E
nip inled iuinveutigateand icl It tuponthedesira- P A IN T E
ldily,' of ex,:adin' certain privileges to Castle i)E.ALE:R IN
Ha, hour s. 1L.0t a coal depot may be establis-' PA INTS, OILS, VAltNLSN lh-, GL S,
Mlr'. Gilbert m)ved ihal the Committee rise-- -'UTTY. BRUSHES, &e., &c.
i i. .i'ln- mrd. e rt esc--riplioti of CULORI made r,'atiy for
Ay,'s l.',. I y7 10. u Io.
'lt' Hofuse t'1sulihed. 1. E. EVA.NS takes this opportunity 10 thank
The'i. folllowi. Me.sagef fom r H.In Honer': te ti;e Ftdic iie gener.i for tlieir liberal patronage
Actin i Gvei nor ani w\'!I (*ndav,,ur (is i n ho past so i tlie
(No. :2.) 'nul iur.'). 't, tneri' their continued favours.
E.C(. (JORiDON, 14 QC.tiiee 'tirfct, iUnmilton, ,
.Artin, Govi.u'. ,ft* uil Conmnander-i.-C ., f. F ebli,.,t'y 3, I0 .
Tim' Aeting Govrnor has the honor, with refcr.- o ------ --
once t) flt M' sa'c from the Honorable House of Vanted
Assembly daled 22Gth of July last, on the subject of
the removal of the sunken rtessel Carolina ." 3 G 0 0 D C 0 O K
from the Hlarbnor of St. George, to acqruain!, the
Honorable Hlouse that--according to the best in- i Ap|pl at th ..'C.t'1iSioMNER's IS0ousE, Ire land
!orniaiion ,he Genei l Board of Health can obtain- Island.
the ClrroliAn Z." can bo removed from her pre- J nne 8, ISSU.
Renti position to a convenient distance from the ----- ---- ---- ------
Harbour of St. Ueorge for a sum not exceeding
S00, and ihat the 1oa0'rd having no funds available otlce.
for the puplose Cuggesls that provision should be A LI, AMOUNTS due the Ladims' Charitable
made for this s.I vice. Uniotn Socia, must he paid to the ITn-
Public Bulhling's, Hamilton, "[ designed. lShe being the only person author.
1st 'ptemibetr, ISSO. j ize-1 to receive same in llamilton.
E. C. GORJDON, A-cI/iqt Secrtary..
Act';,,, Giove'f, (rt il C3naoumadl'r-'tn-Chdf'. Hamilton, August l0th, 18S0.
Roferring to a Message from Ihle Honorable louse
of Assembly iulted l:t0h September 1.S79 the Act- dy t
ing (Ivei nnr Ihas the honor to forward for the in-. / e i
foi imaion of the Honorable House a Plan prepared
,by the Colonial Surveyor, shewing the additional Watchmaker, Jeweller oBn-
accommodation which is required at the Quarantine graver
Station at Nonsuch Island in order to provide -
separate accommodation for Pilots and others Ojfers for Sale Cheap,
whom the Health Officer may deein it necessary to Choice election of
place in quaran'iinc-as well as for the Health Choice Selecton of
Officer himself in case of detention in the event of II/tcIfc .f", CGlocks, *fWelr,
the Hospital being occupied by patients with any *
infectious disease. and Silver Plated Ware,
The Colonial Suiveyor estimates the cost of pro-
viding the additional accommodation for Health Anti Persons inendilig to purchase will find (by
Oflicer, Pilots and separate accommodation for 21 eallin at his Store,) ample room to say "
patient t at .X1,750. h: lve i 't la f'tid a ('Cheap Jewelry Store "
Public Building's, Ilamilton, ) N. 1B.-Parlies who have not Settled their
Ist September, ISS1. ) Acco)iuntit for the paii f our year-s, need not ask
The following Message from the Legislative Uoods on Crdit but extend to all the smne
Council: iGall and 'See.
Mr,. Speaker and Gerden of/,e HIo:se afA.- ,,bly; Reid Stree,'next West Gazette Office.
I am directed by the Legislative Council to re- December 15th, 1879-
turn to your Honorable House the Bill entitled
An Act to regulate the Board of Public Works," -
and to request the concurrence of your Honorable rolec"iOOiil ug'Uil.t Fl E
House in an amendment which the Council deem v'l' TIlE MOST MODERATI'. A'I'ES
expedient to be made thereto-a copy of which Can be obtained from the
amendment is delivered herewith. PH1(EVIX INSURA NC CO.MPA N i
Council Chamber, 27th August, 1880. / L don
Copy of an amendment, proposed to be made by o
the Legislative Council to the Bill entitled An One (ol the longest Established and Wealthie-s
Act to regulate the Board of Public Works" : Olices in Great Britain.
a -'Thia Act shall go into operation on the first Through the BI tANCII OFFICE in these
day of October ItXt after the passing thereof, and Islands, a Saving is elected to the IntutredI
thereupon the Act passed in the year one thousand of the Shtp Duti a very considerable iltem.
eight hundred and seventy-seven entitled "An i leIKSt akenl both o REIAL and PERSONAL
Act to provide for the Establishment of a Board ut iROI'lI'i''Y itr 3, t or 12 month.
Public Womk'" lhall bh repealed, and thereupon 1(0F Yfr" or noth.
all the powers authorities and duties as to the exe. No F1EES and no CH ARGE for Policies.
cutlion of any public works conferred cr imposed on N. A B UTTE F[ EL D,
ith- ijre'ent, Iird of Pui lic \Voks by the said Ai en
Act, o-r any other .Acs or Resolutions of the Leg- .
ishutne, shallow' transferred to, and, during ie (H... 8:t0u, N'eptember911, 1856.
contiinttl.c( o Ithis Act, vested in and exercised
an( enjoyed by bhe Board ol Public Works to b Chairles A liderSOnl t CO.,
co!siftiuted uutdcr this Act, which Board sh.ili
carry out execute and complete all such works i Comm'ission M1 erchants,1
like a. the present Board of Public \orL-.,C1 ,
isi a- ..i'ed (r empowered tocarryout or execute 1thr l Cullum tre'et, .. C., l.ondio .
i T .I, at(d t' i.. w >;id. i' tLis Act, shall, for all, tal.. tihe j*,,' C: ,dii., pmroiiipily :,nil c.,relully atteide ld t,.
ple, o: .u .r -ent Board of Public Works." Jne :, l,0.-Uin
Tbe ii,'lse having taken into consideration the "O._ --
proposed aniender nt to the Public Works Bill-
'Ji Be ALtorr.y General moved that it be concurred R o t L e & o. t
in--vhich was agreed to. "iU P t. 'J. jJ"+ t 'J\J*0
The Attorney General moved the following ad" CO/lltissioi ,3el'lllill
edition to that Clause:--"fAnd the repeal of the ,oihi ) i i.Ie l, D/ VLn
said Act the title whereof is above mentioned shall dnil I.NS URA.ALE 11 R OKE/?S,
not efrect any contracts entered into by or with or 18 Lealctlienhall Street,
any iiuiliaiuis ;ncurir.d or to be incurred by the
present Board of Public Works before the said AND AT LLOYDS,
meperl shall take elfc:, Lut the same may be car- LONDON, E. C.
lied out and enforced by or against the Board to April 1:l, ISU.
be constituted under this Act in like manner as if -o-,- -- YAN
the said Act continuedd in force and as if the prc- A" K your Uioer for A. E. \\IYLANDtS
scat Board and the iload to bo consti\uted under SO t.AP.

tlo of your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP and I do not
hesitate to sai that it saved my life. I am com-
pletely cured, and feel like a new iman. List week
my son was taken uick with severe liadache, and a
few doses of your valuable medicine cured him.
BiEiaro'inA, Co., Ont.tri.i.
Dear Sir,-Tlhis is to certify iha1t after using your
INDI \N 11.01 [D SYVT'r' for a sijhort timo it has
entirely curval i e iat' Dlyv.i:p ia. It ii all you re-


BERMIDA., June 2Silh, 1890,
DJ.n .Si',-This ii to certify that I have found
more goaod in yaur INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP th ll,
any MAldicinethiat Iilave.' ever taken for DypQ'psia
and Indigestitr.n. I would advise all that sutl'er Irumn
it to iry DR. LA.lU( JOHNSON'S INDIAN.

Kelvin, Br-,nt County, Ontario. i
S_'.r Sir,--la Septi-mber, 18j;5, imyt wife had been
under doctor's ti eallniti Iwo veeasw:, andl tit-y said
she h:Ald t-art ldiease. Slide was at thl i 111110no s.
weA.k she could not stalnd, and I had to carry tier
daily fi,,i lih'r bd to the move, aind back again a.;
soon as t.h bed wasi made. She had used yLur
INDI \IN ULOOD SYRUP but a short time when
lie be-g-n to will: again, and has not kept her bad a
d.ay eince. It also cutod my daughter Lf chills and

o!e Agent for Btrmuda,
Water Street, St. Georges


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a.", h r."
za .4

gaHear t D ease,

Biliousness, Nervous Debility, etc.
The et E WN to Man I!
,000,000s Bottles

T/i Syrup possesDses Varied Properlies.
It Stimulates the Pynlune In the unalva,
which converts the etareh nnnd uiar ofthe
Blls Wind anvd S ousg or the bood In the
atoiuaeh. Ie the medchiY e IN tOWen ImuMedI
itieli' tifter eiling the Iiit'vrnenuttlon offoodl
I. prevented.
It t ulateon the Live ner.
1e at cvrtspou the Starch and ys.
It o te oe iBowel. y in Ptyall
It PWinda ouin of the foodi he Bn tlood.
It Oileit the Nervous Sy-tem,
It Proutioke s algetiou.
It Noirl _eq, .rt.enmten. rinid Tnrliorates.
It Oa.rries olthe Old Blood auid nunke. ne-w.
IIit openl the paom' of he kliii &and luduere
fleitltib Pc|ruiiahion.
It neoutrn lizc. ti- hereditary taint, or poikon in th,,
-l,.)d, hmhi i.h grna..ratr. r ,.-rriilu Er-.'ipela andJ ull
.n n n ,.r ,-, kin -di annd iiir'r inl tl um ior -.
T i.r ar, i n .. irii, -ui ly,.. in It iiiiianuftetur.', and
it can l. b tti koi ) by tie it o.-a t thll,-l(': hal<,-, aor ,v I ta
agot d and iuebl, ,.'. u .,ily i ./ I.;,,' ;, in trioi,, t.,

TonoN'ro, April 20, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson :
DEAR SIR,-When [ visited y,:,nr nimnufactory last
.aultuin, I %was .iullerin froin a fearful pain in t!ie
face and heIad--the physicians cill it neuralgia-and
when vou recomUinended tme to try your INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUJP I hid no faith in it; but indeed I
recivid umich a benefit fro n it that I have since re-
Conlmmended it to several who were suffering as I
was, and with a good result, -ind I cannot let this i
opportunity of your second visit to this city go
by without thariking you very much fr r,-comniend.
ing me to try the IND[I\N BLOOD SYRUP.
Yours vely truly,
GEO. IOVEYS, lumber merchant ,
250 Simncoe .Strcet.
ERs. -
ToRnTO, April :1st, 1S0.
Dr. Clark Johison : s
Dear Sir,-1 i~]ve ha] i pain in lth3 small of my
thlck, also through my lnug-s and shoulders for more
baan thiec years ; f I'-ive al.o had liver couiplaint
and dyspepsia. I have tried loctnrs' an,] other me-
dicine, I ul iitver received rany relief until my atten-
tion was called to your valuable INDIAN BLOOD.
PURIFIER; .l'fer its u,,- a short 'ime, I can say
that I have felt litter and more ableo to do mny werk
than I have ;-r the last two years.
77 Richnond Street, Vest,
I was troubled with d'r:inigement of the nervous i
system. f was atlendled with by one of'the best
dloctlors in this part o'f theo country, but obtained no 1
relief. Ynur INDIAN li.OOD SYRUPi relieved
roe at once. I really do n't lhiiik any one in ill-
healh using it can fail to receive great benelit,.
Smnithlleld, Northuiberlacid Co., Ont.

Port Jollie, Queen's Co., N.S.
Dear Sir,--I have ued your excellent INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP for ilivr Conplainmt, and have re-
ceived great benefit liher'fromn, I can recommend it
to all sul'erers.
It R. I. M DON\LD.

\V[:.!TPOuT, Leeds Co., fary. "29, 1879.
Dear Sir,-- hive been sul'erini for ars with i
Dyspepsia and Iindigestlion and Kidney Complaint.
ani have tried a rea t minny re nrdi-s, but without
rirectl. I became very biJ an I could not leave my
bed. I sent to your a r,t, WVilliam Dier, for a hot.

TPHE above W A TCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned : Any grade Move-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufictor's list price. Also, make to order
anm style of Ca.-, with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
Reummber tihc American 'Watch Co. received
the (Gold Medal at the late Paris Ixxliibition.
Front Street, Ila inillton, L
Deer 16, IS7. .

VT. 0, I, 1;AS O ME I M.D.,)
F.A.A., D.S..,
R IiD S r. rEET, -AMI LTU N.
lAs-r END.

George A. Sm'aford,
M,,aiiiiacturer and I) De er in
e.'Pi 0 .V 11 a l V Tf' S,,
IHeadl S'NI' ) tN I'.-, Chur'c TAIBLi, 1
Basin 'T'OP.-', &c., &.
Any design cuto l..rdcr. No charge for ordli-
+ iiniry IInscriptiom s.
PIer-:ons forwarding orders, or wishing any
informatLioni, ple ,:l apply to
Agent for Bermuda,
4l2 Front St.
Hamilton, Octr. 6th, I79.-1 y


United Sltuirs Alil Stcames-'.

1O0 & Lff IE CROOL
NEVADA sail -Tucs'Ivay July 13, at 9 a.m.
WISCONSIN sail. Tuesday .Iuly 27 atl '?0
ARIZONA sails Tuesday Aug. 3, at :3;30 p.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday ug. 10, at 8 a .m
NEVADA sails Tues.:day 17, at 3 p.m.
WISCONSIN sails'l'tcsdly Avug. 31, at "2 p.m.
AR IZONA sails Tuesday Sept. 7, at 7 a.,m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five wat.rtiglht bulkheads, and
carry experienced Ollicers, Surgeons and Siet -
ardesses. The S:loon Accoinmodations are un-
surpassed by ainy .-1':antic .Steamers, and the
State Rooms arc on mimain deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
Soean travel, perf cIt ventilation and light.
Smoking Rooim, lath ito om and Piano on
each Steaimer.
The U. S. Mail -Steamer licrimuda' from Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on .Mondays, awil Passengers' b:i.ggae can lie
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
A gent,
29 b'roadway, New York.
New York, July lt, 1S0.

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ReidStreet, Vest of floyil Gazette" O lli0.
gt ,;
Ollice ,Iours--1 to 1"2 ;nd I to U

day .;

Ilamilton, t October 26th. IS76.


will be dclivertd by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-commnenciug on 1st April.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 lbs,
and upwards.
A jienny half-penny under 12 Ibs.
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
Ilain iton, March 2-th, IS79.
jL-- .-- S-- PTE- .R, 1880..
JL 1tJ.,V'4CK.-SEPTE31BiER, 1980.

SuN. Tide. REMAVRI'K .

2 ris. sets. "

1 Tu 5 4.5 G 7 3 9 54 Enurchuae.
SIVc .3 46 6 6 4 10 T2
9 1h .3 47 :5 5 11 :30
10 ri 5 47 '- 3 6 1 121
II at5 o 48 ( 7 6 Fsrt. Qr.-'h Gm 1,..M
1&5 419 6 I 8 416th after Tinity
l3 Mo .5 49 5 b91 9 '2 4- Jamaica Str. due.

every Tiuesday by DONALD M'PHEE LEE,
Pt inter to the Qucen's Most Excellent
M1 jesty,
N'orthi.\-est Corner of Reid and Burnaby Frects,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed a' the shortest notice.-Agent
at .-3'. Georges for the Royal Gazelle,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & SON, West End,
Water Street.


,'- i,1 t l ,,l- n.-anrly venturii pa.,i, i.%of ithe
a' \ .i" li a'.t 11'll, lre. For iti
purity and jrcat excellence it has obtained
the following
SLonl.n, It;2. Pari- 1 C'ordova, 1872.
LLima, 1872. Vienna, la78. Pliiladelpbia,1876.
and* al l o'1 ro dours,of the tia i t quality only.
n niost frrjiIant Perfume didtilled from the
chuicust Exotics.
a very rt rushing Wash which stimulates the
skin to a hc dthy action and promotes the
^il growth of the hair.
S a iow.:r1ul Purfumne distilled from the finest I
Sa nc.w and iudibtiasable Toilet ascoupani- .
ineut, ai. 1 modt rereeshing Perfumo for be the
S an.I other Specialities and general artielQs
A e' of Prifumery may be obtained of all dealerK
tbioughout the World, and of ath
nianufactut ers
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.

A NOTICE --Pul-thasersare cautiucdi to atid
B Poiilerfrit eby te'rvinq thatr (e-.,.hl crti sle i
'abi lled 'i th" lirn' aTijdL N M'rk, a *" White
s 1,oa 1 Goml it L)nre-

totic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilet and
1athl, a reviving seen and a powerful disinfectant
For wvarmn climates it is invaluable.
[IMiMI'L'"S JOCKEV CLJUE, &nd other fra-
gC.aitl I'erlmiznes.
gives the hair a beantifuil gloss and imparls an
a-,rcea'jle coohlnes i to ihei head.
i'ciiel Soiap- in bars or cakes.
bo':-s, barrel und packets.
I11t1.IEL'S AQU.ADENTINE cleans, whitens
and pjreerves the leeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweeiens tie breath.
tural Air puntier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
Ihe healthy and refreshing emianaiions ol" the Pine
an,!i Eucalyptus Fore-.ts.
E RI Al\ FL, Perl'unmer by appointment to 11. R.
II. PVinccms of \\'ales, 96, Sirand, London, and 17
l'ule'.ard des Itdliens, Paris.
May 27, 1579.

Horse, Carriage 4 Cart

IIF r E Undersigned having resumed Buitiness
at his uld Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Streets, near Ilanilton IIotel, takes
this method ol thanking his friends and the pub-
lice generally for past favours, aud humbly soli-
cits a continuance of same.
January 6, 1579.

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish

I)aily (Sundays excepted)
I-rom their Store in Buruaby Street to any per-
son w'ho may desire, a supply.
To Customers in I lamilton and Viciniity it

Supplement to the Bermuda "Royal Gazette," Hamilton, Tuesday, September 7, 1880.
"- .. .... - a -. -s,. - ____ ....I I II _

The ,r llmu i1eIs




'eller fro a fihbb;' Hill Pr'izriial
Lightly Keeper--5i .?eport orf
iSae Fe f'fi: ITeaiales-ca,
&c., &'c,, &c.

In our last is.1 -. -.-. pi ec-c-.oc.od a catalogue of
daianges, as far as it -.ounid 4ten be made up, c-f !,e
Hurricane which set in Sunday night, and which
was pa.-inrg over o, IC'->ay ni. g, when we penned
the outline of the *teorm. To-day we arce enabled
to present in det1,.! a ,-nmpife lis(t of the iujalies
inflicted by tLhe V'i..ote i the- gle, wi';ch swept
the whole grou.., n-.3 wli,.i, .:-- ;.fl td seTrious
injury throughout t!,c'.e Ilants. Had the wind
been from the :.,", oer ,ScuhLec..,, ilasiad of,
Nortbc'sti rly, t e ','-.-i. .:.f Pn f ;- a. Sa, particular-
ly Ireland 'Isard ed St. Oorg-e, would have
suffered nunch mcre seve-e'ly. Cinc.e 19 no
gale has visited u- at all to Le craipared to
that of last week. t is the- opinion oi th-ose, who
endured tr Ie If ,"' .. -' :.- a -' .- .-.:. -.2i 0 -ac
at limes equ:-l]3 -;troug, that t1 -g cst.s -f wind were
equally '-owecfin? 1 -i 'l'ou qed.
Destructive as s the' h arra.e ci that of
18S0 will zikln.y _-ov: I..:-: -.' _i cf damagcs. froi
m ate-Ai:j p'al o :- ;.: N -:.. ., :.-'.1.-. -. ce t ;-.t. tir :-,
and we T', w pre.c-.ti a stronger f'.-t for
tho 1 tctd.a .J ... ... ,: .' a. i e I
that our re .i mav have ( t.;.dable a,.ouut of
the 1S39 storm we halve .'p-r'r: .1 a .;;_-est, which
appears on oiurt :.-' pp.a--, ;ud, W-hil',:h h i;i. lo,?bt'eOA,
be read with the at.tenticr, it des.::rv, :sseesing,
n.s it do.:.-, at tlh' p~itint n .,u(..! t a, a., tic. iaual de-
glee of intfetc-:. The lg ..i :tnhip Ber-
muda' :" iunv'ilu:n'. It i- gi.. 1: I.-, C;>,.'tain Wil-
son with c.v-?c'n'i' .. -le"' .-i ad brevity. IIt
will be- observ.,'I >', lr.undavy .fft.-r-noon and
evening, the -' E -crud'" n-,.,cu:te-'ed the full v-l-
geance of ti- gace, wl:ile on shore we '.r rec-ovr-
iug from it po-, .,., ... o, .y ic.:ii: it.-.. v .niji g iu-
fl.ince. 0;. tc-. other hrnad, the Pairjae Eliz-
Parss," bi,.n:r tr 1-* : n-. M.1 sWl Tc., .if t,. "0EPr.
niudeC," CIum ia for -a compavatively mild -,hare of
the trouble. The Earss" being towed into St.
Gcc.r';:;.' T. c;:y .; L ea.L "te B raud .'" :-".t
blu..ig ignal! r on V,'ed d...ay iiorning, Captain
More-,by.n during. t. l: Trenoon, des-paitched -' .7.r.
"Wye"' n seal: r, t-, -nder any required as-
sistance. The .-.--a qunlitnke of the -' Bermuda"
were r.-st sovere-, tc.: r -.. Her :-'r- dek had
nch t- d.i ii. -,:urin' I r .afey, and ('apt. Wil-
son h :. l i--r expertly. Cap':-iu Perinchief'si
.tt -t f C s '. ,.," :he howliug .of
te -t,.ra oun uls i s ere:jtt test to whithL tI:
Tower nw.l Lantern baTe pr.-.r been put to. The
letter v. iil be api.ecia~ted. 'So far w hav- no f'ut-
ther external information.
Thrj i-ieg'raptL .oniuectio:,.-L were, with coa'mider-
alla. i 1tk, .; il ir.- >.,,ti i.i- .r ut 'i.ay n a'ruin Thee
in.ituy t.) the Ca.-eway ais:Pf serious ebara<-tcr and
six W',-:- hiS-,-i t ,ilL be- -,-'uir 1 to. put the emin
banknment in. p_-.a.unezt ordE.r. J'ra .hie a trce--
Htic 1i'i-e U being put. up t.', temporarilyaccommo-
dat(- the traffic. whi.:b it is ezpecet-d, will be ready
thI, ac-ek. As .'oon a.. pc. -ible a foot bridge was
Eput up. The mail., and passengers have to i:,-
ch;l-nged thEa;' iute, another a ntria. n'. there it. i-o
thoroughfare f.>.A ve i. lc-.- a, St : 4.'. es C
rc-pnudent g-. ve-y fully into thL. 'iues there,
and the.- list, it mnu.-t be al!, i, a tfor,'ua i.l'ti one.
:.t. -er.roge's appears to ,.vo fell ti, g-.1i.: 'aore
st)ongiy than we did at H-amilt.on. The daiaa.xes
to -tees and -ia rdcmns, iv' rai} .'abut Ha.lai>i, is very

great, and we cannot attcnmpt to enumerate them.
}'iv,- ar:ocauo pear trees in iich lthe late Mr. El-
li,.ton P-ert D tO.,:k no small interest, and which were
.ia s.:.f itn on' "ii, '" thrown down at
A ,.' Lc c(i., aI -',.... : of iLe R.-cv. E. J.
Hafrdy. But the greatest mi.-.s in avocado pears i.s
tl.,t tree' in Mr- -Win. Cox's. garteu below the
'ros.pect IH,-pital ,.ppos:iti ier ree..c-Tu:n. Its large
spreading aindl ; mbtrag.geo. brancl,c- wt-e the ad-
miri --iiO o.f iall llov-e. ..: f i!-idscap.:- giidC-,ui.g-. The
full Dl-'.on. hii: ht' h r-I .t a ..-. a li o-.le -'e sa'anut of
ithI: old: old -tok. Lave bt-en sadly thiniijd by the
lo. c,. a lafr,'e- tie:, and th1 fiati;-e of two large-
Lratchbe.-' I :- f l id. .ci hIdi-.'. *iLtr i te ar-...
t-d o thle g .,': -. f t.'u- ,'-or-._ip.'u, 1i'. N4. Dill,
De\'onshire ELck, ;anil wrere luckily some dc..tan,:e
fuom the hou.-e, which in c-'n.-equene e.-scaped in-
jury. T'i-' "'-'. .a:au'.-irdo tih.- Tricrins-ham' :
property, by thi' residence of Eugenius Jo--ies, vlich
a few day.s _,, i '--.Jy i: ,-,nt,.ld a ;ir: f;e..h- il.ok,
'n.s been sc'rec': a by the winri and iowv Las a fa-
ding russet colour. Miss '1 um her, ut Snmeriville,
has had several fine trees an- rt.--tp'cIs fellcd. Ati
Clarence Hill a pilde of India tree which stood
viear the ho:--e a':-s t: !t':ant d-wn P. tU'H t- :vnur.-.. At
Pimbrcoke lal', tTe. M.u.- tair C-';.1'.n.;e Palm-,
which looke.:l t,.:sh anLd l'hrly, uha'.e Cl..d their
frouds suapped, ac't ..,w :.,.ik -:;-... ;i.a: ..aialpida-
ted. It i5 a ,uiS-.:.irn if the (Oru Gru I'alm will
sui viv tL. I '. .n ', : .' *. i. : lx : Q L.*.' :.e,: n
wrenched out. The ledges- trees iac the garden
love becnt i.. i':ned. c .- -'r- -r -.. .:' 1 thi,- is one of
the most procited a.,iut hamfiiron. The 1tor.'-
Pride of Jindi.a in ,e iront ,.irc. wa-as split by the
e .i f.i :' r,.:', '. : .. ..1 "-'" . ,, t Sa n
and bolts, it i.' :.' ,-ap:re. injury,, in common
with all tlher- trees, is r.i.t i'uil.der leare ,.les ,atl1

looks- bl--ak i,: ua'b. 'X ,inv t'res arto i...ulu l
scorheti.d aont all itt'.c w!nipeil Jiou!:, t.: o.Lar
alone bea~iui e ; is,..i,,iL with any seem-
ing eom[npr-.ite'.
f M 011 -./ iL',. ui.;a.--.;,o of f l' o ti tuli..'ry badly
daru asi.d. M-t1 u root injured iu scverai place-s.
Old Cluap l -4''?f striped -inrla en>is blown, out.
Eaves of n'w t b.sri t.v' t-. ,-d.
Signal 1(tati:in.- Lon: tOut, Cooking House, Men-'s
Quarter., Sigual Staft., injured.
Pr',:Specl.- I ui:: f.tood wV.-il..:,, idtable do-
mage to flas'biugs -and blue roof slate. Large
amount of i<:lass and se.cral blinds w!hicht
lp:r.ibably 51.10 will make good. The sand drift on
the blue slate rnof has an oa!'l appearance.
ons-,th I/.1a, .'.--The (',:.!:,li'a Q).wauntine Keep.
er, Win. A. C'oton, iepcrts that, Beresford Scott,
the Pilot, b.' ina' with huim, a N.E. gale set in at 7
1)p.m. Sunday. -v id .iat 2 a m. Monday drawing N.
W wit!. i .,- f: f i ,". elt Sect'. ,', ...t /act / an earthquake
flag stall dio, wn. l:te removed, doors, windows and
blinds, &e., i'j:,j.-ed.
TuAti-r's /./ta;..--Simnacu's freight l., Anna"
took her inme-., uma' ashore, bilged, bow out of water
at low tide. (apt. Hill's boat ,' Texiceda" poit tide
smashed in, i.,ys :.iove highly water reark. Yacht
osprcy, suiuk k.-1 f'...und abuvc Ligh wat.-r maitk.
2-20 foot l..:-ats t ka .n the shore fur safety, one?
found in a acdi tree a.),..ut ".(0' ya,.s u1 the Hill
Naval floqpital.. roof and ot.jer parts damaged in
many places. Hospital dwellings suffered severely
and their outhou.-es, &c., were blown down.
Dwellings on Irland Island-All mo:e or less
suffered, slates .'lown off in all directions, outhoiusEs
fences, &c., blow duwn. Gilbert's Store on the
Island had both ends completely blown oat, leaving
the wind a clean run light
Dockyard- The various stores and wolkrhops in

the Dockyard Asffire, bu-sting in of windows,
doors, and unslating. The shippingg in thl Cambre
were from the dir--,:'tiou of wind. somewhat shelter-
ed, but H. M. IF. W/e rarnied away her ba,!ard and
awung round on the wharf, damaging her iron
plates. The Spiute also bri ke adrift from her
breast chains. The Floating Dock suffered some-
what in her deck fittings, but remained immoveable
with the turret ship Scorpion inside. Had the wind
been in same direction as in the 1878 Hurricane,the
damage would, owing to the long eoptinmunee uf
the Gale, have been something fearful. Comissiou-
ers House suffered severely from being so high,
trees blown down, roof paiially clcaiL.d of, latc.,,
fowl houses, with their occiuponts, blown complete-
ly into the water, iences ail destroyed, &c.
From the long continuance of the Gale here and
its intensity, it was an anxious time with the au-
thorities responsible for the safety of the Govern-
inmnt property.
HAlIxTroz.-Trinity Church, temporary roof of
I Tcwer-Slating W. skie of S. Transept, and N.
1 side chancel. One of the lancets of North Trans-
s pt, stained glass, winudw qu .rries bilged and glass
biol:en. The lower edge 'f the current skimmed
s the roof of the cottage below, o,':ecupied by Mrq
1 Lighbourn, unroofed a shod roof next to Provost
f Marshal General Trott owned by Vossmer. Jail
n-rh wal blown down, house iad;inins'< Va.lis's
S aw Mill East unoc'--upiel upper portion!faqing the
street blown~away, other p'"rt shattered Duerlen's
now house near C-nmi-.,ariat walls of upper flo)r
thrown down, N..w Metholi.t Church, walls finish-
c,1 to w.1l ihi.f- ,.-' k :e ,v'-it N. 'W. '.ngl'. new
P. M. E. Church roof framing completed ready for
lath and sl.t., g H'- : .nd. 'l. u ':, frmin'r
f .:rriod a.v, rooi of lth? Minuiitr' house iLujura
h by the falling fragnmrt:', Lane School portion W.
Sg.blo injure' by fa.ili-'. 'rrnc-h tf v tree, 'ri-.
Stcer's boat ho!. 1ov'-er wall cut. into P:.rbr,,k.
TIll, ,nld of n w -,.:.-, wal .-::.ried .;.; y -.. ur
embankment unfinished part washed out with the
Partlt Ulado/led.-Davi.1 Robinson, D. TI'Pbee
Lee's (Cot.tage), Mrs. The.'. Pvhe, Mr.. Crhen,, Es.
tate Wm .3w u, .. W. Parker "2 Cottaaes, Mu.!-
,u' ~,l~n Pu?, rchi' CAotag Old
Rectory'.- .i Mr.-- Rod to Prospe;-t, Mr! Bcunett's.
*W. E T.lbot's, Vr'm. Bl':-lk's, Triityv Cotrfa-e, Ma -
Sconic Hall '. s.:,'ti'. .I-e o..f ro.,f, O1.1 Fellows'
IH;l e. ,ide roof and % ,. gable injured, Hamilton
Hotel, W. wing, Mi.s Till'.- Cottage and B. E.
DicIDnsou's naar by. Swan', Sh.eool Hiouse, Waii-u.
wright, Gorbam & C'."- Store, Dr. Bascome-Thos.
Butterfield's new ftablles uuroofed-Ri.:-hard Swan,
f West end, blown out.
NornT Roa Tro FLA'rrs
Spanish Point-Joseph 'fT.ker'.s new cottage un-
tlatLed. The roar of the cea and the rus, of wind
here described as ter,'-fying. Adolphus Dir'kinson's
new house up to the wall plate (near Mfount
Laugton) N. and S. sides blown down and ends
Ijadly batteredd. Smith.' Cottage, Richd. re.n's,
Patrick Fitzmaurice'm 2 cottages, Mr:. White', Na-
Sthaniel Vesey, C. H. Robinson E.-tate, Denj. Cox,
-AT.. W'illUans, J. J JohLu.., Eugeunius Zuill's.
new a.nre and 2 cottages, Xainwrighlkt.s'-
store, C':-ttago below Peniston Hall all these partly
unseated. Henry Smith's new cottage up to wall
plate next East Zudl's stores, walls blown down.
Old Lunatic Hospital, North and East stone walls
ot Ea, t Court yard throna down. Devonshire
Dock-I new cedar fihing boat. nearly ready for
launching, thrown off the stocks-u-Ebble above
tide waslic away and la'rg piece-s of r.:,k here a:nd
there aloug thp .iore splintered.
Flaftts ViTlae-Pa1'nett (T rove rn. m aIL !., tie
slate ripped nup E Penistoii's n'v: buldin:- fup to
wall plate Not th ,id- blown in, Frann-is Harvey.
Arthur O tQrrii-i .l V.' R. P,- i u tcr.', Iartly uiLi-
Elated. OMd. V.'tc' h-. e p;ilI b .Town
Corb',isir' 'Att p-. rcof partly ,-tii-t-d hr a falliup
tree ic..1 -A:ii; ,.-.!. wel i. M r. Vic.r'
L ?e.C i f.r- e a ,id part .i i :. ..-.; do'n
S isayD- 3.-. h..-e c" C" '.f AlieL. X.n.-
ric ni:. 'onsIul. p : rt.- unr. 't' 'T. JT. fea.nan'-:
house partially un.lBt,. B. .". E C2hur.-li ready
for the roof, only a .small portion of the N.E. ear-
Sner rema'.'ins Th.idde.n- Holcr., new house roof it-
ted ready for l.(thiiif., .T,'.h ib: olf ..mi.3 Ui .-!
blown in, partition walls started, roe,f .hift.-j a:.'
twis',f.1, Ha71i!l'-,.' Pt'i6h. School shtinff iaju0 .'.!
CRAWL r. ---tlises, particle, ns.':tted--A. B. Hill.
'Thos. King, Heniry Li',:ht',,,;rn. J. E. t. T J.
Pearm:in's s;ore.
BA!LEfi'b EaBr, &:. ----.Ri..' aI i irat'-,-,. O -f WWe,.
leyan CLur'-l. injured. RHose.s0 occupied by Capt,.
Henry H.I.ti, Capt. J.eremiah P'uistou, and Jas.
Gi1bsou un:lr.t,:l. Bcuj.ianin Ri:hatsn : om.,-
bl,'w. ii'on, Li:'L. Do':. badly njuri.-. 'IT'ho ..
H. Ot -rbridire, J' yse *.wrad by Dr. Outerli''e,
Mrs. Soo.'s Stab!.s. D, 3. Davis, D. Bas>.-ore,
M[r.-., Dr. OUt'c-.b'id4e'.s C.arit :-e Io"'i:s
Sand Stabl es par hlly unviated, F. K. Outerbl idge's
nuw ;ore, g:ibles b,,wn p.attly unslated.
TUrE'F.'S TowN'.--'itt'S Diviog ...>c.;.;r .t. -or
iu 'ind sunk at Paynter's Vale C('amp, vih'.re .J. S.
iDairell's hulk is also ashore. New B. M,. E.
C'urch ready for roofing blown down. W':.''-yan
Cihur-.', able blown orut ad.'''. pO..ry unit' 0..- HI-all's new building carried a,'a r the
fiundation. Those. Baw.den's house top sealedd ;'nd
icurIuuIuoJsesmu.cla iniljr d. Biasdcn 1iii: uLtet-
ly demolished. Nathaniel Richardson's house
.:-;' :,i-f ... ..,'. h:. -i .a ;',. D ,m1;.
iayward's cottage destroyed. Houses uIpslated,
d1:-. Tall-but, Th -- Fr;,-,, twd C?.,.. ;;i.OG .on.
H.%Li'IF;.iTCU Sct.---Tl-. .~ea wvon 'ol 'rucn,
will o-ppcsite the De'.ils Ho)-' biok',; in ab,,ut ten
f-et of the roadway ,.-ashb.e, out has ben illed inu
temporaiily-Carriges arte re:- onneF'3ed t, ke':p
th.i imLfll trat: The art-,il t''.., iipo' : rd a:t..c ".,heir

',.:t.Ltcuts in thc : u.'u.,iu ( wa -! i,> iway. T .c'.': ,.-,~ .
tige near by b-ad!y damaged. 'We *ud,.rst;.'d that
numerous bird took refuge at Mount Clare wl-eve
they were carefully fended by Mr. and Mrs. W'im.
SMITH'S PAIRin School is a genuine tit-bit, for
any lover tii aotiquitiec, and may serve as a sample
of what an okld ruined city consists of. Their r.orch
at the South th ed wit a -m p,:.ition o4 t:., Ea..t
part of the zaible on that side, and a portion of the
North end wi.11 remain. The; side uil, with theb
uppr-r floor joists h:'ve been e.arried awa'. Weare'
pl.caed to notice that the roof framing, party set
up on the ground, haas escaped injury. Margaret
Susan Steed's new cottage both gables started, roof
una]ated, and furniture, &e., destroyed. Devon-
shire old Church,,South side chancel roof swept
away, Joseph Pcarmau's nev house blown down
W\m. Lightbouru's house uuslated. MIrs. Ga-o.
Fog'go, gable end of house blown in and partly u,-
.iated. Nathaniel Vesey's new store, Ri:h. tyne.s
residence, Rich. Jennings, Julian Tur:ker, the-'e
partly uuslated. Sarah Hannah, and Houora Hill,
houses destroyed.
LUrNATiC A-.YLUX.-Divi-iou wails between pa.
tient.s courtyards thr6wu duown, estimated repairs
i1i feet.
PAL'-s, &c.--Residene.?3 J. H. 'rriminghaim'
new manuion only slightly iujiured near the Chim.
r-y, Chas. G. Gosling's, W. H. Gosling's, Mrs.
Mary Frith, Saml. J. Smith's H. G. Hunt, 2 cot-
tages, slating injured. 17 boats, row and sail,
injured or destroyed ir and near Salt Kettle. Ellis
wharf at Salt Kettle and Inverurie wharf much in-
jured. The ianse in Paget's uuroofeW:l.
Undated in Warwick-Alfred Darrell'., Lottie
Washington, John F. Williim, A-A. Fritlh, an.d
J. T. Darrell. Those. B. Dill'-: new cottage iu War-
wick blown down.
SOMzER.,ET.-The damage done in thhi. ari.ahi very
trifling compared with other paru-Lhes, viz :-About

50 slate blown from Northwest, corner of Parish
Church, a few slate from Sunday School blown
off, a house near Somerset Bridge, belonging to
John Basden, undlated, a new house belonging to
Zaccheus Simous, up to wall plate, blown down,
about 12 small boats sunk and otherwise damaged.
Of course the fruit and Pride of India trees suffered.

F-onscoit 6r Spec;a? Corrnspond' -'.
From all reliable information that can be gath-
ered it would' aLpp-ear that the Eastern portion of
these islands felt the greatest severity of the storm,
es may be easily imagined from the subjoined list
of disasters.
It is reported that the estimated expenses to re-
place buildings and repair damages to Government
property at St. George's alone amounts to the neat
lUttle sum of 10,000, and to any person who has
witnessed the effects of the storm and possesses any
qualifications to judge s.ach matters, the amount
does not appear to be at all exaggerated.
In order that our description of casualties may
not occupy too much space, or weary the reader
with useless details, we will endeavor to class them
under their various headings as succinctly as pos-
Buildings Unroofed.-R. E. Canteen (R. E. En-
campment completely destroyed), as also a large
portion of its contents, (much of the spiritual part
by the R. E.'s not by the remorseless wind.) The
residence of Cha-rles Somner, also windows blown
in, furniture and wearing apparel badly damaged.
The family were compelled to accept the hospitality
'*f fries'tri, teimpor--vily, on a.count of falling slatp
ranid exposure to thi in, Iement weather. Wcod-
en building7 owned by J. A. Atwood, and a cottage
,wr-ied by John Pur-Ces.--.
Parlial., '-irc.f:'fid. -A h:ilding on Ordnance Is-
IA ; P hg'o.' ":.c .-!!, .,.:a a .a.:.,in ry ru:h,
,lmaged by exposure to sea spray.
Hfcnees Vnslated -Three at the Cut belonging to
R.Rakiuh. Th"e residences of H. H. Gilbert,
John Swaiinson, J. Nearon, Mrs. Greg Lyons,
house belonging' to T. Toddings, and cottages be-
-;.uging to cr occupied r.:spctiv'cy by Mre. E1
Bell, Mrs. Kate Smith, Mrs. S. Davis, Mrs. F.
J',.hnson, J. A. Frith, A. Petty, W. H, Albuioy.
The house situated on property kuown as Glen Du-
ror, owned by Mrs. Duncanu Stewart anj octcupi. d
by John S. Darrell and family, suffered very s.3ri-
oui. damage, so much so that, from prEsent appear-
ances, it will be necessary to renew the roof an.d
ceilings throughout. A cottage occupied by Fran-
cis Trott.
Partially Unslated.-Odd Fellows' Hall on the
Cut Road, roof cracked in several placei, a portion
of R. C. McCallan's Warehouse Southwest corner,
Brick building property of Commissary Department
on Commissariat Wharf, house owned by the Misf
Harveys on Prince's street known as White flail,
besides injury of this description to a large num-
ber of houses, cottages and tenements of a more or
less serious nature.
Blown'i into tith Sea.-A wooden building unar the
Out. cccupied by a colored maun named T. Jenning.
Blown. Don.-.-A building-near the R. A. Parade,
nearly completed, Western windows of St. Peter's
Church, organ injured, a stable belonging to Mrs.
T. F. Tucker. Dead house attached to Military
Hospitall, R. E. Theatre. L-'-.kout. House at Fo.rtt
George, Southern and Eatornt wall of St. George's
Jail completely prostrated iu uneaily oue c;mp::t
mas.-, aflordiug thea o,'cupants a delightful and un-
interrupted view of the beautitiul ittle park in.
front and the Easteru portion of th' town, a prero-.
gative beyond doubt highly appreciated by gentl.3-
men possessing their dc'fheti- tastes. Mia'. Wmn. 'l.
-".'all.n's stabls oun Warter strett, have a bic' hAt
to starboard due' t' tlhe en)'.ati- Lovement ,f ,
large P,-ide of uthia" in ,r, Wolff'.s aIt ', s orr'--d
to -ur,-uu-mb to the ov.erpowe'-ag gate. Sh-dI. and
outboiuses in stable yard all do-n .a t"Alh brick
chimney attached. io M!rs. Sai-ah 'aru. bk
house, in its fall struck the- ir'na.nEa of a bhu-.'t
occupiedd by Mr. Mra-ray and ilt-.' Basdenr. carry.
iuz it away. But t.j;- tlis.-h.rhmuy the root of i.e
building would have been destroyed. Gable end of
cottage ou York Strt.t adj..inLing Redrn HT-1i-
mliowun dowVn. II' L.i..,i'1:, t.i -.'.,L d' .-t
i.h idud into pcirti.nis by the wind.
.M:,i'eelih'j ..a Ie .il.--.\L it-, gh the>- iul j i'.-3d a,-.
;la-ss'-d itnd=t1r 'he above hiaoding :.u,.l :rune i'a ;at
ti1w. finish sliil they : noe u:t tou l, accounre le:-.--t
amrnig ithre -ls.zi. A finte liage .a'ar ut tnial i
1.:ldikl -, i.'1,.lt. .OO Ci,.i.,a id n t I'jlAi d .-r.-ay e'..i. -
ileted is alino.:, entire. den,, A fine lar,.i -
copper-fastene.d :,n, ce:,pprerid lighter ownr-d by
flon. A J. M usson is :,.,;:i,-d' l t r.> .;': g .c,- .c.. .,
as nothing ia" bien seen iof her siri.- the ri!-. n i
well known freight br.t Gleauer droi,' on :'s..o-, at
the West end of St. Davi'l'u and sustained consid-J--
able injury. Capt. Wan. E MJeyer's silc-p huad lcr
stern broken in aud suffered consilertable dara-
ago beside.... Hulks be-",9i'u, to J. S. D r-i'.
came to grief, "Francis I-fya'd" broke loos,? and
fetched up hard and fast ashore on the West end cf
Smith's Island, mainmaast went by the board on
chore side in three piec-es. Adelinua RPich.a'd-e..n"
made up her bed alongside White's Istond. The
" Susu MAi. Dudman" preferred going toPavnter'a
ViYale so as to piece herself under Dr. Free's medical
' ca't u rnt. Yacl, ? -',:..ha '.-:.' a : I- i .. .=L-
Icad Several boats injured and many d'erroyed
nt i-'-.'!;,. St.vb(ls '.:d .: h.t' .o .: '_ :u;'! -r i-'?
is'tuind, Mullet. Bay, contp! destroyed. WV'-;
lintonu Perk wail\ i'lawr :O dOw.i and tine ct'-
dar tr-ecs de.ttoyed. W:i!si *.urroundin' .Etria
Park blown down and istablcs c... the prea- I
S:' d ie- .t i yc' -."i T: L .... .: .: .-. --
oured, with a snmall amouJn of steam., to seFk -refuglg
iu Muli.-t Bay, fetched up aground Etast of LHen Is.-

('L-. O .r':lu. y,I' th'tL oui: tCU' pies .ashetd av:.:-,
it., -p.'. n 0 Lt e bri'io,.u. -a tt' & way a V ii-' l i u.ri, 1 ;jA
the rocks at St. Da vid-s1istand. Two Au iliei'tnma,
iniur-d by the falling of Bakery Chimney, az:- i; ho.spit.i in.: Pa:!: g '.-d.-cu, p::nt.;
aun 'i tees upro,-ted and outhouisi destioy-ed. Sever.
.1l -ma'il' boats destroyed an.: many injured. Unable
Ouds of M-ilitary ui.aut biwn in anil tetis proa.trat-dl.
Trees in the Public "garden uprooted, piamt: iorn uIp
and destroyed. V. 'W 11, ',,I du.L u V .1 a.iL.tou ..%.L t s
of the towGn, anu ;uuch damage of a minor descip-.-
lion done generaUy- thiroughout- the town. TI .j
Lottage occupied by C. H. WiLliar.s', U. S. C:"mi--
lat Agent, anLl known ra- R.os, C:..tag lu.ihad a very
narrow escape from destruction t.-y f-lling ,c~dacrs.
Alfred Burch's cottage on the Cau.-s:way roal was
injured by the falling rocf of an .,'ae.:e.t c-ot-
tage property of J. A. Atwood.
St. David's dsland.-It will be s,:i-n that our
neighbors across the water were not allowed to es-
cape with impunity. The ae::.iden.:- of t.v. R. IIi:-
inbotham was unslated and much of the furniture
destroyed. A eo:'. W. T. Rcberts's. house unroof.l,
furniture badly injured and his two baoatp wrc(ked.
Gable end of Miss Sarah Fox'. house blown in,
.-oas and windows broken, r:.if' uu, ted.
Houses partly vnsnated.-John D. Hig'g"s, VWmn.
Trott's, M!::. Clement's, Henry Lightt -,ure's, (has.
F-.x's, Lang'.-, Lighthji-'e (',:tta.,, Gre:-'t Head
House, and the Episcopal Church, W.-,-.yan Church
badly injured. Henry Burcher's new house blown
down. Ou Smith's Island the verandah of a house,
occupied by a colored man named Elias Trott, was
lifted up and hurled over the house, striking the
occupant and injuring him badly. Thos. Lamb's
house on Paget's island blown down.
Longbi,-d Ileland.-The ret-iaince of Mrs. T. F.
Tucker sustained severe injuries, the storm remr.rv-
ed the verandah from the North to the South side
of th-a house.
incidents of the Gale.-PBoats from :t David's
were seen on the day of the arrival of the Eliza

Barss towing the carcases of oxen ashore, which
had been thrown overboard from that vessel. If
the salvors intended them for food they must have
had some hizh old roast bef--"De gustibus non

Grans' HILL, Sept. 3, 1880.
MR. LEE,-Sir : On Sunday morning, the 29t.h
Aug., I thought the weather had a very threaten-
ing appearance, as though a storm was approach-
ing us; the sea on the South Shore, which had on
Saturday smoothed down, was again rising with
long heavy swells, the wind increasing steadily
from N.N.E. and the Barometer falling. At uoon
the wind still N.N.E. increasing, very heavy clouds
to the N.E. and E. with distant, thunder, the sea
very rough broakiung heavy all showed a storm
some where near us, Barometer 29-020. At 3 p.m.,
wind still N.N.E. increasing, Barometer falling,
heavy looking weather to the E. At'5 p.m. the
wind still N.N.E., Barometer 29-790. At 6'30 p.m.
weather looking very stormy, wind backing, Baro-
meter 2q-730. I then thought the storm was pass-
ing us, to the W.. but at 10 p.m. Mr. Cooper took
the notes, wind N.W., a heavy gale, Barometer
29-300. I awokc from s!eep shortlyy after this, and
did not get nay more that night. About 12, as near
as I can judge the time, the Barcmeter had fallen
to 29-240, and from the rush of wind outside I
thought it blew a hurricane from n.TI'. I dressed to
go in the; Lantern, but v:h.:I-. T got there, the Lan-
tern door was shut and I could not get it open, nor
could I get Mr Smith, who wl oni duty, to hear
me--the vibration und howling of the s'orm was fearfd
-so I returned below. During nmy absence from
below I found tlhv Barometer had fa'lln to 9"200
shortly after, about 1 a.m., I judged it wa.:: 29-.!40
At., 2 in., vhen Mir. Smith co'rac 'wu, h .:.ail i
r'asfe'rrfil weather. I told him I had been up to
the Lantern but could not get him to hear me; he
said he :-ouili1 not hear anything but the ,.latter of
the lenses inside, and the storm outside. "Well, to de-
s.ribe this to you I cannot do it x; -ords. I think.
Lad it continued much longer, something would
have broken down, 1but I am thankful to say Gor
took care of us, and no harm happened to us. About
.. a.m., I found the wind had ot more to the VW.,
and I thought the storm lulle-d a little, but I did
not go down until 6 a.m., when I found the Earo-
meter had kisen to 2' 170, o it c'-nfliued rising
through there forenoou and the wiund backing to
S.W. Thi ;s about the .substau,,e of what I can
Yours respectfully,
Through the courtesy of Messr. Trott & Coxs
Agents of tle Quebec Steams.hip Co.. and the po-
liteness of Capt. Wilson, we are enabled to publish
the following cxtr'-t from-f the l'og of tl.e steamship
Bermuda wl.ich will be read with intense interest
and which is a most important. contribution to the
records oM the late hr-rii. uac: oa these- Islauds.
SvT.NrAY, August 2'"th.--Positiou at noon. lat.
33-20, long. 66-15. Weather fine and clear. Bare.
meter through the a.m. being as follows:-
M midnight ............30.-5.
4Ia.m..... ........a. P.044.
8 a m ............... .0'410.
At 3 p.n a Le"-rvy roass of g ray cumulus tc
South-e 3st rising, wind N.N.E.. rapidly increasing.
Seeing ; every appeal anL,.e of approaching bad weather
called all hands, tok iu and stowed sails, and awn-
iiugs. hrttr.n.d hatches, and secured everything
Sbout oetring gear ready for use &'c.
At 4 p.rn Barometer 3'r2;3, wind fast getting up,
at ky -" obsicured with maas.Aes of hard
.Tnking U -Luins. At S p.m. Barometer ;30'22, ra-
pily ?'iU ,. muoJotate g'al fi-.n N.N.E. with c'c.
:.s. rinal -howers. ETi;r'wtred ship', p.sdion at 231
W/. T i, I. from Ncr,h Rock, Bermuda, being
iap:,-l l.,e to see any7 di.stane, ha.i'-d o'ff North
and rnu so one hour. At 9: p.m., moderate gale
from Not-tb, shipped after steering gear and hove
'. n'2 n ,t p-.',f t":.!: .-''';: i w--' e .'' r- ,vi t,' .ta,.-
board 'uck, VJ.:-.VENT G.ALE fr~on NArth, co.s/-aily
bcklh'y Westerlui, Bari.;me'tr '0-'04.
-oroNP.. A.ugu-ti 3('ith--,omnmenes with a viao-
i-at- ,g'a fonn North, b'-kiniz W"S..terlv, ship hli,,v
to oa, s'.:'h.x... t-'k: a.1.l I ,:,.' .nl. At 4 a.v,'.
i''f ri ,'. W .. !Iro:,c' er- y'9 S-,fr.,' r,,.',..,.*,., .AtI G
a.T'm. b..,ti'; a, P 'FtEL ?r TfI amNIC .' *. f :"'w d /lill
'"'"."""2 ''. Frni',g our urifting t.o n?,"ar t he Bermud.i
,ee'. wre .-:,p to p'o-it tv+, .ship .a d .iT ; a.... i t r .. .- rift. ePa .:nd",r
at 8 a.;. 29-34. f.!i.,*' -..pi.'-t. A / no,,-* Baromet/cr
29' 1, 1'"'id bloecinq e.:!, FULL HRJURRIi ANE VIOI.EN'CE,
Ihdip i";, v.1l hrr.1A ':p t.' th::-Va Twc iot.? la.'h-
ed to Tbe wheel, crew woakiug hard trying to save
de,_k e,.' .*:ii'l 'tt iu!... At '2 p.tu. Ru:rQ'-:dfer
....'J ap)a.ue..tly .s/n .cdt .U-' ,y. At 3 p ra. aro-
mnter .miinmentced to i.-:. -i p im. Bar:r..let'-rr 2''31,
wi'rl .-\., apparently abating. At .3 p.m. wind
zudderJy fell calm. Got. 4',p round at on,:e with
starboard bow to th,- -en. '-:.i:their rleauiu-r sli;-htly.
*aw a 1argo square rvig'.--' v '.-?.! to N. 'i. ot'f us.
Sea and sky became .mnir:-l" abii.:- with 'i lurid
T'1'" 1:1 2 Crensh oP ;- Uk:------- .:;.. ..- --
and tri:ifying ;pp ra'i>". A' 52-1 p.i. the -ur,-,-
cz i'e o;.,-'n bu.5 t upO, n l r,, ... .- O LErc \'''.
blonu a;.from S.S W. P'rt. ot ,:or '-',p- !i, an. t f'rot
of main.ii-trysail blew out of gaske-ts and were at
OreOO ble-a to reds. L .-vrr.a .o a.' ;.,
f. 'e .i-:.icr c of /he ..:or.:;, .hip liho e to u.; .:-.tar.
boar.l t BE'.ronsi. -r .ij;,, f. l'i ,.. f.l r .'i : ,.;,..,
. 'romte.r '"' 10, .s/.ip b;.-,'e,? o pi,,,/ side /. on, the
eirer /On'c uf the '' T.._ -ST:oqP sriE ONE :.r i-.,i. OrF Lr.'-

IN," s..:-; Tx'A'rFR- or-'i't!.,' n I'*.t -,, itiy ..:. c < i i 'i:!ch
;> i.=-,. ;' ir'' : _. L ,-,;,i:-j -' Lo u. -.. i i. -. id ',: .:.-,,:.k
iyVtbhii. sin .e nimoflj.t, ..'.-'v hirin .: on bis-uit..
Evi-rythiug that. wind would d ta-- h-lJ out v.-a. blown
*'.W^ "*' ['i'? I;*.' :.,'" .:'.., "9' ::'r-* \'r r _,'-', ;, I
bi's-a kyviht guar.l-. ;, t -:tn cica lr-k !.o.,esi decik
Vntile-tor- all torn off and blowu away., one? .lheep
--lu J'jnd l, -.'p '1 n I .w-..y li,iiiv, ,.l.l s: 1' -p and
':attie ,.n.- .ua-hli l .i n'., c t?,. an 'low- n- vay.
S. ;..'!s t : da y, T .a.-.t u-i- '- igh. 23"-.:,.
TuEsDAY, A.ugus;t ;! -i:UL'.e.s with .aine
i.eAther--lBi"urUt.,r i'.apaa2utly a t.:,ppcd 'faiihug.
AL I a in. Br'o'ntr b:- uti':i" to it.'?, wiu-. ap-
peared to, Lc .-lig'hcly P':..titig
6 a.mi ......... Barr-,mte. 2"'.,,,.
8 a.mi......... 29-1 :.
!"' a. 1. ......... 2 -:).
N oon..... .... 2:.-".;.
Weather moderation but bli-.. L w.t L1 lusts a.
hurrii'a e vi:,leu.:.:- 'id v ;i'y -a-y rain. hiip) 1 i-
ling viulently '.ii .slt.i'piug iiich water Decks
I ulaberelJ up with na,-i,: .: f w-eckage, dead aud
.ying cntile anJ shAep. At 4 p.m. weather muihli
more a.:,d:::te-'jt s.omne fo,-i :, .Cked. At this
time witd h'.ad vc-credl as far as W.S.W. At 8 p.m.
--ere ,:.iu ,.did A .. lop ye., .s to gi,'e i he c..yi'ne.-rs an
opporiun :to repair dt.m e.:;' and get ,-overythiing in
<',.- r to st.r't ai; J dg-.i ship's p .-itioo to be
-lout 51 m-.iles N.E. .f Si. D:id's.- II-ad--aside
fr.:in tflect of -urri,nt-o:f i,.ich I oCould jI',gt. no-
tling. Cr,'w .- ing comfitdi exuh,iau-rlfrom I 48 hours
or continued exposure and eitrit xc:tields, sent them
below for a few hours needed rest. Day ends fine
andl ek-ar, stars out, sea all gone down, wiud about
e est.
WrEDNEDr)AY, Septr. Ist-commences with fine
weather, m'ie-rat.e N.W. bree?,-z and light easterly
swell. At 7'3) got ain obsr:'vation f.r l aug. giving
63'"9 or about 72 miles E-.ast of St. David's Head.
At 10-30 a.m., engines being all ready and steam
op, started ahead, sterin:- West. At noon lat.
3".1!, long-. ?-'2?, St. Dvit's elcad bearing S. 530

W. S1 miles. At 4 p.m. H. M. S. Wie signalled
that he wished to communicate when we stopped
and were boarded by a boat from her, bringing the
L information the she had been sent to search for the 1
Bermuda in case of our requiring assistance. At 7
p.m. made St. David's Head light. At S-40 p.m.
were boarded by a Pilot and lay off for the night.

Captain Henry H. Hollis of the Barque Eliza
Rarss, anchored in St. George's 7 p.m. Tuesday last,
has considerately furnished us with a summary of
his log from Sunday; of value when read in con-
nection with the log of the S. S. Bermuda.
SwornT. Augustt 29. let, 36-3, long. 6S-9, a.ra.,
r quite calm. 2 p.m. a light breeze sprang up from
N.W. which gradually hauled to "N.E.
Mfounty, August 30, lit. 34-40 lone. 66-50, 6 a.m.,
fine and clear, wind N.E., moderate: 9 a.m., squall
made up S.E., which I thought would shift the
wind to that quarter but it did not; took in light
sails, Barometer 29 90 very gradually falling. Noon
Barometer 29'85, wind increasing, but still N.E.
with light rain squalls. 6 p m. In upper topsails,
mainsail, spanker, jib, Barometer 29-85, very heavy
swell from S.E. 8 p.m. Barometer 29-60, in fore-
sail and lower fore-topsail, ran her off under lower
r main-topsaiil and f".r-tc-pmast-staysail. wind hav-
I ing commenced to back aud blowing harder, judged
r mnelf to be :n the Westera side of a revolving gale:
put extra g-askts n sails, rain squalls off and on.
9 p.m. Barometer 29-5S. windN.N.W. Miluight,
Barometer 29-60, wind N.W.
,TUESDAT,, Barometer 2..'-65, kept on course
for Bermuda. 6 a.m. Barometer 29-70, set foresail
W illowerf.:.:e-torisal, iundl .N.W., sky rey clear
to the Westward. but hard uglp looking cloud. to y.E.
n a;.r. set upp,-r topaiI.,1, B;aor-eti-r 20-:'0, wind
West. unou made Bernuiida. buariu-g E S.E. kept to
6 tue eCoutuitard and went dowu the Southside of the
lslaud. 7 pt. 'utg b-rdannia towed us into St.
George s Hiarbour.

f 0 :2'l-!L:;'g ," T'' i1 Pf;'E.-.;.
It is our painful duty to record this morning
tb' r-. 'eve,- ,t,-rm that-. hna viited P."-muda
during this century. The amount of damage that
ht br-n wrought throughout the colony has been
v: -r',' 'roeat. and we think we are safe ir saving that
I everybody has suffered m-re orl-ss."-Colnist.
W'--regret to have to record to-day on,- of the
most. severe gales, in the memory of the oldest in.
habitant:, by which Bermuda has been visited, at
least sine.? the hurricane of 18S39-the one of 1S78
being of a milder nature."-Times andAdoocate.

To t't Editoi cft /.e: Royal Ga:ate.
Sin,-A copy of the Bermuda Gazette has just
, reached mn.: containing the letter I addressed to you
from New York and the replies thereto by Messrs.
Butuerfield and Patterson. 1 hope you will allow me
Sto make a few remarks upon them.
, ~ith reference to the latter gentleman I much re-
-.ret to think that anything I have said should be
c-r'ntruedl as attribution any negligence on his part,
for his kindn-s3 and attention were much appreciated
by us. He did all he could to render our stay at St.
Georges as short as possible, and came off more than
once to enquiire how0 we were getting on. I am very
snrrv ;i my iLtrer was uo* sufHciently clear.
Dr. Pattern con siders I made a great mistake in
not hosting a yellow flag on entering St. Georges.
W.' were in charge oi a Pilot who inquired where we
Swished to go to. I sail "H Iamilton.," Oa approach-
inc: ithe Point onr, which government House stands he
r rold us to ho-i the yellow flag. Whv did lie not tell us
to do so or. a','.,ia',, the harbour? -IHe knew hii dtu-
- ties and w. w,-r Stranglers.
Mr. PC. t:,e- u-u.L also excuse me ior saving he
m, ust be :,. '.,'tin r.iistakc in e.ilin, ),frt. W adson.
my agent.
Tii lar..' - a : ifin will bear 'ne ouit V.-he I say
that i I r-L ci Jim before M-~,r. Arc-her con-
signed s-o::,-, cCks of mine to bs e hr -. I have
never lc.I i:e itirhrtst communication: i'th himr, uo he-
can secarcc',' b;.' calleJ mry agent.
I now paW on t>o the letter of Dr. Butterfield, or his
Depot'v, for iiimny on board the vacht had some
Oi.L. r'- r.,'hther e ti gentleman %.-:, p.,ku ,,t wTi, r.?'ily
Dlr titiorfeld. However, whoever it " must hlve
forget?;., e..m l-t1.i r ., I handc-l him, in thilpresence
of n-y Captaitr, a full list of nill stores, p,'"'i-iona and
water wh;cl ie requi-edi. and which he faihfully pao-,! sl cul be sen d(,.vn to St. ( teor:. ?s :-t once.
f r-' anr .i.-r "'r r i.l .* a from 1 i:;' ,i-t.I '., vis-
I.',' I..,.ti .i'1 *01.'i I Lrc L'av" m ove to M ur-
ray's anhi!orrge, ha it not been lot hi' dit;,nct assur-
ances tht everthmiu ait )rald bh sent low i., an, I ,i|-
rrende-- 5r:r. .".I o: iiis pro(mnir-.. '.v t,, ce
was misphe:rced and r. .r,'"aison, my ', '.cl.ed ae.'nt,
nAfraily v is' ur'wiillic to e-secuit'.- the ordered of a
person lie did not l-'))IowT, throughh a rlthid per-sin.
Had D)r. Buttorhli.l telegrap)heI at onlice to Dr.
Part.= r'r,: to o,'-, -,, I .2 n..i t water and casks w.,ull
be s-.,ut t,. St. Ge-orres, I shouldd have kni-wn .hat to
do, hence my reply to Dr. Patterson that I <1i not
req;, c a.vny provisio,,., believing' they were entered
,and coming from Hlamilton.
If I spoke uncivilly to Dr. Bu'teritki) I regret it,
'but [ must be allowed to say tiat the wry hr? ul-Ir.-ss-
ed ma in tir presence of the ladies on deck :>r the
''r-" r t;- remark' Iate-warr-l thD,? Ih" v-... bv u11
means the most police Healthi OCtie-r 'we h nl met
-, ;, ". t,,r tr.av,:h. But, >ir, I iant 'n.-iuln .l to tindl
<.,"; i _i' .'- lr"o V..; ,iir i. E. ilin G r'L'r'I r (f,r.,t whom
i,. r,.;v~e, a c"ureovA letter) or he two
1 -,.. .: .. i e... ": utcw r lhe : qu ..,-t:,-il I
,.'*:o ,c ,, i -. t-. of M :;-- ""0, W hat is the tu of a
-" r,. r c' ?,-..!' ?m H a.' I lt '-- -:, on -.-;ing
i'!:,' i in th w. he remote.t ,r!:!ic 'ol my
:,,;,:::' i[~eAr fro Pr'- !ji;e t B.rluI .!I I should
I-.' I '. ,c r pf

.,- ';, :..I V w .. !; I t i, .a ,: ,:;i a B ill of
HI -.Iiih I ,J'L-v l)rk, a;:.! ni) ('i.i r; as ra ised
there about her, neither' iin nmy rvt-portiung a rit,- ',iar-
:'.tiane Stati.t-r at Nc-.'o Y.r:, that we h:i'] iwne fIron irec-ly calling r.i Bermuda, was an'- ,.irkilty

'.- re t i ,-.i-'irini ie -ul.-ti;ons or t lie l iindl as
'i'ct as 'on likc, but give other Br'i.-ii \Vest India
!,-. i-,. o i.i- t hat vo li a e v .l'? o0 ana ialn point 'ione
per,-'o srcikli," to .ttitcl on all vessels which are re-
'.'.'-. i- c- tit- ; .- ,ith ti.- ;1,ot o, a !d n,,t leave
theti to the dlsinterested and tender m nieis of a
Mediced Offl-er, who probably has quite enough to da
in orher ways.
I remain, Sir, your obdt. servant,
:n'iiver-itv Club,
Pall Mall, East,
July 29th, 1880.

Mr. .r'rle a-.: in the above letter what i; the value
oi n. Cl.-an Bill oi Healthi, il a vessel carrvin4' one is
to be cli.jecr to Qi.-,rntine Regulations. The answer
i.S coi:tinnd in the circur'-tance_ c-f this case. Short-
s leo',;'. 3yr. Eailp's arrival, an official letter had
r--Iru th'e i'e'ir-ernient of these Islands from N ssau,
slatiing dth, there wore cases of yellow fever r't that
Port, anal it was notorious that there had been several
i-t'lrt ;tatil! cases in New Providence. Yetr AMr.
Earle brou-hic a clean bill of health from Nasur.
P.: haps Mr. Earle will understand, in view of these
fic-, what is the value of a clean Bill of Health.

Au Ottawa despatch says:-The lumber trade
between Montreal and South America is again very
active. A large number of ships left yesterday, and
the H-Tchelaga wharves are crowded with others s
talki-i in their cargoes. One firm is shipping
15,l(0),00l feet to South America.

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