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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Volume ID: VID00037
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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I1njimifon, Bernotida, T1resdffy, Sepalep

Proceeding's of th. Legislative Council.
Taesda Vt 7'h n'wember, 18,,0.-Parsuant to ad.
journment tl0i. lIe met.
jnno- 'iJoor Josih R,ee., Chief Justic-..
F, .- id ent
The Hon.oia,bl A. J. Musscn.
Jjames H. Triminghanm,
tEuPtio Har rv,
R E. Webter, Col. Seoy.
The Bi'M e-'illed An Act to regulate the Board
of Public- W.rks," ws returned from the House of
Assernbly with the following Mesaage :-
Af.'. Presid'i,;f end Gentler;ea qf the Legisla!hie C.)un-
We are (lrcf:-d t. return to your Honorable
House the ".I! eni'.!ed An Act to regulate the
Board of Public WVolks" and to acquaint your Ho-
S. notable Hou.. that the addition to Clause 10 pro-
posed by Ltie Asembly and concurred in by yoai
Hnnorabl: Hiunse bas been made thereto.
Sessions. Pcuse, 6tL September, 1880.
The Bill was then read the third lime and passed
and ordered i.t be laid before Hi. Honor the Act-
ing Governor by the Hon. R. E. Webster.
The tw. following Resolves and a Bill were
brought up from the House of Assembly and seve-
rally read a first time:-
A Resolve granting the sum of 800 to the Gen.
eral Board of Health for the purpose of having th(
Bark Carolina Z." removed frcmw the Harbour oI
St. George, or otherwie.dispose' of,
A Resolve grautlrg the sut i of 1,302 7
for repairing end renewing Public Works and
Buildings, damaged hy the male in August lat,
A Bill entitled -'An Act, tc amend the Polic,
Establishlbent Act, No. 20, '875.'"
The Bitl ertilled "A .n Act to pi ant an allowance.
to Charlee West Bot'f.rin.d Foz,.rd,' was reed thb
third time and passed. and crdeiEd to be ai 1 be.
fore His Vonor the acting Ooveruo" by the Hon.
R. E, Webster.
The Bilt entitled An Ac: to suLhorise rnd pro".
vide for bte diversion of a public road over Pros.
poet Hill.' was read the secead time,
The Eoasie o went into Committee thereon.
The Hoa. J. Tucker i the Chaic.
The Co!,miLtee rose.
The House resumed.
The Ch:irman reported thb Bill without amend-
The House adopt- 6the P.:port.
The Ri;.le as to several readings of Bil:s an(
Resolutions on the :-am dan having been suspend-
ed by unrnimocs, the Rf.olve grant ig th
um of 1,302 7/ f o -reailing and renewing Pub-
lic Works and Buildings damaged b: the gale ian
August lost, Was read'tbe second 'ime.
The Honse went irto Committee thereon.
The Hon. E. Harvcy in te Chair.
The Committee resce.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve without
The House adopted the Report and the standing
Rule bavi:ig been again suspended by unanimous
consent, tbe Resolve was then read the third time
and passed, and ordered to be laid before His Ho-
nor lhe Acting Governor by the Hon. R. E. Web-
The Rule as to several readings of Bills and Re-
solutions on 'he same day having been suspended
by unanimous consent, the Resolve granting the
sum of 00 To the General Board of Health for
the purpose of having the Bark Carolina Z." re-
moved frbm the Harbour of St. George, or other.
wise disposeC :of, was read the second time.
The House Wen'. into Committee thereon.
The Hon. J'. E. Webster in the Chair.
The Cornrttcle rose.
The House resumed.
The Chaiflman reported the Resolve without
The House adopted the Report.
1.djourned to Friday next, the 10th instant,
at 11 -30.


Complete, qiui'e New and in good rutnnin

For Particulars apply to
September 6th, 180 .--2

" loyal Gazette'


ALL Persunsi ae forbid CROSSING or taking
A 'SEAWEEI) from hi, B y in Devonshire
Parish. Any person so doing from this date
will be Prosecuted according: to Law.
Sept. 6th, 1880.-2

Received .per C .1pha.
3 Handsome Young

For general ,purpo(t-.s.
AL.) ON r-A."D2,
2 SUPRIOR i r H Ri'" S
S1 WAGG .-N. Vy De\ lie
2 'I-op IGGIES

And a C.,,ice S .le-.. A


ROT, Le.


Reid Stned, Sel'it. ddl~, 1~i-



Wanted about 10,000 to witness
: the Cii ilians

'Which will take place at the East End of
Southampton on
Wednesday 15th Sept.
WVarwick, ?pt. 6th, 1880.-2lnagers.

_ LL whlc plau Onions and wa it a good
Crop, vill do w,.:ll to get the SEED from
N. A. CO'.PEl;. I, has just arrived from
Tnerie, v.a New York, Ly the Bermuda,"
anid is ow ready for delivery. Persons who
a'"e engage I frorn him will please call for their
respective Lots. Those who have uot engaged
frook him, lining in (liferent parts of the Coun-
try, m-) find iit convenient to call at the -tore
at WMt. Iluci, rs. Esqr.., in Illanilt,.n, who has
kii.Aly .:onsenited' o he his Agent itieie.
War'ick, 7th .ept 188'0.

e a a d T h i

H I. Undoersigned
e. ivcd his lot ,A

has just

F-ow nTeneritf- via IQ-N*w Y1 i.
Verson-, ho have ewiagedi Seed wt'Il do -v


1, V I

to all at .iv e.
T'he entire lot will b.- Soldi .t 'p ;' bo:tlo
If..: cash only, White and i.kid.
S2'orOvi'e(Ad it is called for )preiwus to the
'5th of this Mo.,io .
t can be pur-ll'a. ed at file Sto; of J. B.
Zu1TLL, sqe Someiset ; anid t. A. MASTERS,
E! qu., Ianm Iton, or from thd STl).riter. The
SL E.I) is w',rrante !.o Lbe as ,c_-o-. ,. any ever
Ii port .! 1io these lsita '-.
Fla tis..
Sfptemnber 7ih, 18SO.


Onion Seed!
Onion Seed!/ /

S1IE Undersigned has just Received Henry
SDarrell, Esqr's usual Supply of ONION
SCrED, and is now endy for delivery.
1Al, who have enrolled their naiies for the
same, w ill please call for it on or before the 20th
of this present Month. I will not be responsi-
ble for it after the above date. :1 few Bottles
of both Red and \W'hite not yet engaged. Call

No 3 & 5 Qu2en street.
Hamilton, Sept. 71h, 1880.

Set of lHarness.
AL S 0,
Septembe.- 7th. 1880.


f'HE UNDERSIGNED beiig about to leave
the Islnnd for a short time, ha s placed MR.
D.'. VII SPL RLIri'G in charge of lIis Business,
who is fully .uthorised by iower of Attorney to
ac! for him curing his absence.
Hamilton, August 17, 1880.-5

One open Buggy,
To Seot T.vo.
0 e Sliding Calechie CARRIAGE, to Seat
Ore Doiuble UARRIAGE, to Seat Six.
One Extensi.n Top PIiET'ON, to Seit Two.
The a)ove are offered at low prices to waike
ro ru for rec ut additions.
pp!h ;-t qoni ersI :' ., LIV\ fiY N'rT.\.Bti,, II.:
Soith Oa NayI.! Ciicke: Grouini.
,sly:,th. 880.--ti

Heeived firon LoI don,
,3y S. e'. ::IM.LAVA "
%t ti o loyal Gazette'' S'atiuo.ln! Store,
A f 'r,":-, i' j.p'y W'
E .Vk.LOES, t-.olc:, L.2-itr an i ..
Fooilac1p 'OOKS Pwa3er BUOK3
Clhurch SIlVICES
iiarniitou, Sept. 7th, ]880.


On)iion Blox Materical.

I tie Indersigyied will receive por
Bright. Harry Stewvart,"
Nou~ in till I hi week fromn Bango r, MIaine, a
'lhicje anid well suaoimied luni of
Onioni BOX Shook1-Is
WXhich will he off~ered- at runoablle
figiire~s from the Wharf.
.1. q'. DARREI~LL & CO.

The U.nidersuignedl Otiers

Of Schooner Hattie Card," from
,Ihil, sonvil!',. *
S AN'fLING--3 in. x 4 in., 2 in.
: iii., 2 in. x ;in., 2 in. x -1 in., 3 in. x!)
i,,, 2 in. x 12 in., :2 in. x 3 in., and IA x 3
in in 20 feet lenllthss
FLOORING-1 4 in. x !) in. to 1 i"n.. nlinol,

I...... A II in .. kI i I II1| nII ,1i1.
and j ointead
Tene Onion ecd i. x 9 in. to in., do. do.
Red and White. DITn O-IA n. x 6 in., planed t. and g.
1 in. x in., planed !. and g.
'PilE Undersilned ':ms received advice of the
the shipment of his ON ION SEEl1, and it "E STORE
is expected to arrive here on Friday, 3rd Sep- VWHIT E11N F. Ln i ,in.,
temnber next. \.', Ch rind Cured-A in., I in.,
S'I. Think Seed his been very enrefully se!- 1. in. I in., : in, and 3 i.
ect.-d, and will, no doubt, prove of' excellent t \ViliTE PINE. Dressed lPoards-1 in.
quality. 1.i ITO. 2nd 'quality-l in..
W. E. TALBOT. SHINGLS-\Vii teC-.dar
Hamiiton, AuGust 17, 1880s. LTI l
...JS.. S.- I. NGHAM.
W. H. Watlington -uy, N......
DEALER l IN Execuitor s Notice.

t h de 'Ate te ol tie lite S) K ', ,,tll\ [I i of
ta t H, of
IIATS-, fOOl & I ..SHOES, &c.. Rid St., the Town of Iiminlton, Ctiarp.leot.r, decas.e:', are
.-Vest. r'eupe-iise to forward their Accounts to M\l. 11.
HIIamilton, A uguit 17 I, I1880.--1 S- HU 'NT, Ilaimnilto. on or i/b, -the 30/h Stp-
,,bcr. p i, primoo ; i, nid Il 'er. ,_ns iordcbticd to th."
NOiCe. aa ,i E,,::Le are requitei rn ake Payment to L.n,
TI 11" Unlder>siged, in e;euen ofahn,,e HUNT 01 o ,,' hcfore the !above inctiLi-ne-d date.
Sin the Wharl'ign:'r, Iha inltru.-t.d to SAMil 'El.;'. U S IT'I
colh:ci all oulslandinrg dcbti. Pei.sons owiin. ,. 1.1[ .l ALE.\._ I. ,\AN,
thle Corpcratioin of I Initmon through h1! i tu E. rec. ,ors.
W har'age, to :3 t J.ili', 1SS0, and for Silie Tax. 'l I AtNIi\ 1I 1. ,ecu,;r.
for the season of and previous to 180 \\;! August :.0t., I 8S0.
else. -a l -i!l it nceo nnd -lttle sanmI .wit hot I,--

JJ I V11 AU U ( II! :I t 0.11 Uk'-L O 114A il" L dLit.' tlll- 11 41 l? I k.U1.'
it.,iltin, AnguAt 17, 180..

'ilE Undersigned respectfully dirrets ;he at--
tention of iho e iiCiCHANTS OF L:ER-
M UDA to the fact that for some years p,3t he
has been connected with the House of
-1H K. F. B. THURHER 4. CO.,
Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers
of Food Products,
West Broadway, lReade and Hudson streets,
New York City
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermudu Orders, so that he is
practically familiar w ,h ih. wants of that island
in all that relates to Food Productis 3.d Grocer-
ies ;enoierally.
.Any Orders lhat mrny be entrusted to him will
be faithfully andr promiptl/ filled with the ass'ir-
aice that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Micessrs. Tihur-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no mat-
ter how small, may reitilt in mutual beeflit and
wit! be appreciated by
With H1, K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
New York City.
Augu:t 3, 1880.--3nv

House for Sale by Ten-
r ENDEIS will be received from Persons
willing to Purchase the

Situated on Union Stret in the Town of Ham'.
ilton, owned by the Unler..irned, up to the
20th September next.
The Property is ii perfect order ari x..1, hw.
examined at any hour.
Immediate Possession can be given.
Not necessarily bound to accept any Tender,
14 Queen Street.
Hlamilton, Aug. 24, 1880.

To Let.
11. AI v El L

G,'."t pror're., : been 1nmadiei within a kfL-
*ecar., i '.wnnifactn-in f-,'d pio.i te :Lnd the
ta ldar,l o .iualty I: .,i.i rai*..d to a ji,.it farl
be'vondI that nliech lorrerlvy -.htained. \\'We claim
thiit thk I o, to a cunsidfcr:-.lle ,:xtnur, heen duo
to our eflort:- as the Lar,.t Manufaerturers and
Dealers in the world in t iis lii -., we cin,.id,.r it
our iinteriEt to nianlnict',re only rEiT and VIIOLE.-
SOMtE goodsL, .nd pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tive maniier. Ali goolks enriier our name are
guaramieced to b)(e of .suiperi.' quality, and dealers
are amilihoized to refund thli purchase price in
any where customers have cause for dissa-
tisfaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealer and customers to use TI1URBER'S
IT. K. S F. B. TIUTRBEI. & C0.,
Imnportcrp. '.1iain dactir'e' anl DC ti!.r; in Food

Every description of CO(.OIR. made ready for
J. E. EVANS takes this opportunity to thank
the Public in general for their liberal patronage
aud wi!l endeavor (as in the past so in the
future), to merit their continued favours.
14 Queen Street, llamilton,
February 3, 18.l0.

`H E Undersigned iias Received
fr.'i 1, L -,ind : n irst, Z' i

WIith .moveaiLa ti,;rs, .si4nated The Ziulu
Band." Is prepared to ait,';n. at very reason-
able tcale, Juvenile Parties, Concerts, Pic-Ni's,
The Music is first Class and the wonderful
mnoxemerts of the Band are most amusing and
astonishi g
Iiamilton, June 7th, Is83,

So. S. hittie,
Watchrnaker, Tw1cC-

'kti'en F',jtreet, iianfn rot, with 'Alt.A,
ourU IL HAINGS, &e~., ,0
A L S0,S 9 fT-18 1f1.SaleChefap11
~(~g3flj121 ~.~Ch..iP.C c. St't'-n'!of
A lar,4eArid c CAiib# i, Lmve iigu u..
Stolet,,I lainntoi nn-xl WPt of Ies o~..f n d Siii vcr )Ita-
N.~ .It loterriu;', ii h.' ~ i.' l- ,*:-ivm i~ ivih~e r 'F iLc ii'

~~PY t t~.-v-1,' tlr hive aiit. dt i
H 1IU iN1iACCO01'S rt~ ;i~ oi y e a I:-, netud notask
C I V 'I u I I.I'(d It, Ll te.-, zl'i In.-all' t611c S laiC
A u u s 1 s ,C elli a n d S ee.u
ff lIE only rcliablt, A. E. WVHYLAND'S Re'd Strict, next Wost -Gazattv "Oflice.
Ccebrated Deconmor R13th, 1879-

Clono.Ia A Secretary's Ofice,
THE fullowinrg ACTS have been passed by
tho Leg'islatur>- of Bermuda during the
)prtesvnt Sesmon1, viz
1S'iu-Se~sion II.
No. 12,-An Act to regulate the sale of Wine,
Spirits and Mnlt Liquor.
(In force to 3 3st December, 1885.)
No. 13.-An Act to continue the Act to estab-
lish a Board of Agriculture.
(In force to 31A t December, 1890.)
No. 14.-An Act to continue the Acts relating
to Immigration.
(In force to 31st December, 1890.)
By His Ilonor's Command,
3 Colonial Secraeeiy.

THE Publi. is her-rey notified that on and
ft er the

And until further notice, certain at'lietions
and Iimprovemnents are about to be made to
the Public Road by lowering the Road on e
Hill, commonly called OOTTAGE HILL,
lying between Cravwl Point and Baileys Bay
Hamilton Parish. A lighL, will be plnced near
the work in progress from Sunset to Hunrise
until the Roa,'d is con;i i'ed safe.
Colonial Surveyor.

Lime! lime! Lime !! !
Good harleto)nic LI .l1M delivered: at any part
of liamilton at One Shillia- per Bushel.
Model Farm, 8mitlh's Pariah.
September G6h, 1880.

A v0l OUNETS due the Ladies' Chai jab
i on .Socie.ty, must he paid to the Un-
dcrsigned. She being the only person author.
ized to receive same in lhamilton.
'Aeting Secretary.
laiileoi, August OIOU, 1880.

Direct J1onthly Steam Communi.
cation between

Bermutda&Lm don

rSTEA EllS leave London the last Thursday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commiasion Mer-
chants, London, execute indents for every des'-
cription of Goods for shipment by these Steam,
Highest Market Rates secured for consign,
merits of Bermuda Produce.
For Freight, Passage, and all information,
Apply to
Agents for Steamers, Hamilton.
June 5, 1880.-12 m

A LL who wish to have their
B-r- Kitchen Utoi&s's3, B;ith Tubs, Windows,
Brass Work an, Wood Work Clean and
Should use the Scouring, Clean-
ing and Polishing

Ask fobr Pride of the Kitchen' Soap
II. K. & F. B. THURBER, &CO.,

George A. Sanfor.'d,

MNlarwdctuic-! and Healor iii

Hf ead --'TOlNT,,S, kPOtNT,",,Church'Vi Ti'LE'l$
iia-irl T'O P8,&?.' &C.
A --e~.ii cut tao .der. No charge for c-rdi-

julorwaiuok), plea& ejply to

Agezit for Bermuda,
a 42. Front St.
R-amiiton, Octr. 6th, 18'19.-1 ly

A LL Good Grocers keep A.- E. W'VYUWD"'
~Celebrated SOAPS.


V\'n-Fr !.y ,E!,' ,,,T r^ r!!E W THE!m ait
lthi- 1 ilt f. St.'ifi'i' ,t -rinuld:, l..,twe'en the
7.h i'. au' ICth Sepf., S' .: IheiThLt a1lve the l ,? ea,

;,'hor, tlhe Re,'.-tler i.4 kept, bUinr?- 2-!6 frt,.

S a l,2 \ in l,

Si:i tI? a. a General Remsr!..
o a .-- .

t -..-( 30 0- i I ine
'! 7.' 30-i" i0l 2 Thick, rair y
'. s I.- 7 O'::i'(H'O no-,2 Fine
P -fs l *1 3:-v9 i0"-0Ml Fine
10 1 .30-15, ,',-0 Fine
il -v *' 4 74' 3 -140 0-01 Thi.:k a .'-
ri"! 'i; l '_,, 7,,' r-,i"n O,0-"la Finoe

r i- t
.. k ,.

IHmilto S tlember 14, ISSO.


Proceedings ot the Legislative C'ouncil.

Friday, 10th September, 18SO.-Pursuant to ad-
joprnmouDt the House met.
Present--His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
I" W1m. H. Gosling,
Jnnmes H. Trlmingham,
t Eugcnius Harvey,
James Tucker, Reer. Genl.
The Bill Vntitled "An Act to authorise and
provide for the diversion of a Public Road over
Prospect Hill,"
The Resolve granting the sum of 800 to the
. General Board of Health for the purpose of having
the Bark "Catolina Z." removed from the Harbor
of St. George, or otherwise disposed of, were seve-
rally read thu third lt.,e and pa.sSl, and ordered
to be laid before Hi- Honor the Acting Goveinor
by the Hon. R. E. Webster.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 14th instant,
at 11-30,


Abedtnot of the Proceedings of the flonorpabl
RHouse of Assembly',
Monday, 1l8h Sepdembee', 1880.-Cn motion of Mr.
Coopr the Honsi, ro1Puried in committee of the
whi.' the :-u'ject of rermi'ing the vote for a Clock
Tower Ft tine Sessions h1oue.
Mr. S. A. MaNters in the Chbai',
Mr. Co.'pert moved that it be recrmrneded to
the Huse. tr re(suec '.he vote m.Ce for t Public
Clck ,at the, Scssori Honuae, ant tht. the stone
coiet L.t!d I r iiitL objei b applied to the building
of the new Gaol at Ifamilton--which was nega-
Ayes 8-Mehr.. Spe.oper, S C Bell, F M Cooper,
R l P Darrell, T N Dill, W R Peniston, J W
Pe arman, R '7vnes.
NayQ 15-Me.srs. N J Darrell, R D Fraser, S B
Gray, H1 H G;Iber!, S A Hlarvey. XV S Masters, T
D Middleini, T W Merc-:'r. I'. Onterbridge, S C
Onterbridge, A M Oaduey, C' Penrison, J N Smilb,
W H Wil'ianso. T' J Wasdson.
The Honse ruencmed.
Mr. C. Peniston introduced a Bill to provide for
the marking ',f all packages of vegetable produce
to be Fhippr'od from Ihes~ Islands--which was read
a first, lCo.
The Bill to 'r:,vide for the taking of Lands for
P'utie W;ar :.'as read a second time anti ,om-
m ittvd!. .1r. J. \ Pearman in the Chair.
Tlie Att-e:ney General moved the first Clause.
The House rusumeid.
Th, C-r.-r,: i',,orted progress and o't.ilnEpd
leave to, af g ,Cs ;.
On io,.I r.i .i'. S. A. Masters, the House con-
s.c-red- in t'u,, the Petition of a Committee
of the British MoLhovlist Episcopal Church for aid
in rebuilding portions of their Churoh.
Mr. W. S. Masters in the Chair.
WMj. S. .\. Mhisiers moved that the prayer or the
PeLtiohY:: rorarited-whicb was ngat'.red.
,yes 5--,', T N Dill, R D) Fraser, S A
Masters, T D Middlron. AM Ondney.
Nava 20-Me-srs. .Speaker, S C Bell, F M Coop-
.r, R J P Dar-ell, N J Darrell, J Fowle, S B Gray,
E II Gosling, S A Harvey, J -1 Hnyward, T W
Meicer, T' A Outerbridge, S C Outsrbridge, W R
Petiatdn, C Penilon, J WV Pearaina, J N Smith,
R Tynes, W H Wilkinson, T J Wadson.
The House resumed.
Adjourned to Monday next.

Acting Governor's Message, No. 33, relating to
Nonsuich Quarantuine.
Acting Governor's Message, No. 84, relating to a
Clodk Tower.
Public Lands Bill.

Sept. 2-Italian Earque Carmelia, Maresea, London;
S70)9 tons patent fuel for H. M. Government
6-s. S. Hinilayn, Beedle. London; goods fo:,r mer-
. chanti and go orumc.nt stores.-Agents, N. T. But-

terleId & Son.
10-Barrque Albert S. Young*, Pavies, Swansea; 51.0
tons stoam coal for the Hamilton coal company.-
A.ernts, J. T. Darrell & Co.
Sept. 6-Barque Eliza Barss, Holli., New York.
8---. S. Himauaya, Beedle, Nassaii.
Sept. 4-Sc(hr. Eotlien, Thlomas, Jrcksonrville, Fla, ;
2,1'1 pieces pitch pine to Trott & Cox.
7--Irigt. Lorne. Pyp. Halifax; in distress. fish, &c.
-A-cLts, WV. C. Uyla;id & Co.
LORE." OF HALIFAX.-Left Haiifax on the 22nd of
oAuust, buinl to Kingiton, Jamaica, with a cargo of
driel and pA:cd fisl." Had fine westerly breezes up
to Sali rdal y .', which conuii.nced with sqnally wea-
th'i; an;l a h. lavy s.aell r-.,hAin in from the eastward.
On ".i,,I, .2th. at -; n.m. wind E.N.E., fresh breezes,
took in talilight sails, curs" steeering S.W. At noon,
lat. 32-1 40 N., long'. 6-'40 W. it wa- blowing very hard
Iromu N.E., ship running befbro it under lower topsail
and toresail. At :. pmli., wund in. rea.iug rapidly and
furiouly. Twk iii foresaii, and in f tempting to take
in lower toisail lost it a tremi:inons cross sea running,
ship r'uttniug undIer bar? polie.. "inN a hnriane from
!\.N. E. At 4, w'iiind li;!'?l it,.ldonriy to N.N.W.
heaving rhipdown on beam onds, At 5 p.m., shin mas
lyina on beam ends, fore a-,d arn, in the water. For
preserv.atnii ,'t' I ifip, .cargl, and lives of crew, cum
awa- fior, topin(-,st rigging which carried away foremast
Wh\n, ain lJ ,i '.P .tia.-'h.d wvi;lh sails and rigging,
also f' .. r,'l, 1bc; ~niv n iidu topmast. On Mion-
day I.a...":*r i .tr .u' ri gged spare sails anLd
Loi.- np f1 '.r r d. .i-h ...t. 'a id',-. Light Sun-
d .: .. '. p.r., Iu.,k pil., at 1U a.m. Aloidaiy,
(,t- i: ..: ., ..'.. .. '8 'as t l. 'in in tow by ltug
.... :. .. ,Itd in,, :,t.. ( ; ,,rge's H ar.,ota.---
-' ; : in'" .' 'st~ Cu.
._, t .. d & Co'.
I, : ., .... rfr.ui Surinam August _-4t1h,
otiiI r' r i.;,... '. Lissd th-.e L ast End o those is-
la. r'n i';ridiay !a-.t, reports finu weather the en Liro
p,,sage, was. in L-V. :3 N. during- the reoant. be:-
mud: Hurr:aiihe.

)Ito In CGonr oM will 1ol-i her l.otl rt?,-iiption nit
Cliftton, To-MoRRo.V. WVEDNFSDAY, the i'0 th it.,
comminencing 4-30 T,. M.

Th -e teccnit il rrii .In"k g'.

The only additional information we Lave, bear--
ingm on the recent gale, is the abstract of the Log
of the Brirt. Lorne, from HIalifax bound to Ja-
-. .;i,*., ;,ri':ed .tu distress at St. George's Septr. 7,
which we copy from thle Colonist in our shipping
;-:.-. 2.'m npplyianL for further inforniatirin, :!' ..i
aiS I,.-., L i,: r,?adlinucs, &'., the Captain, thbrou'hb
.i- .-.rit.-, regr.-i.itd hiis inability to fim uis an'uy
';J'i-..'.:,i p.arti .ulars fo tho lie he had alreauly pr'-v
p..-.i.i. f,,r r',. 'o' i., Ii, Liv ener ic-s hmvinr bien
S i -i,' '.- 1 .,. ,th.l :-.v during the safei.y o' f ul
d-ip ..' ,.:.,i:; on Sunday, Auvt -t "90, Il.e I.-,'t.e
v' s i. :.- .0 N l..n :- (t'?-i l 5" '., .a 'l ..:: ,-.
,..'-, .. : .'.:. ',.',,. 'fror N N .E., bet rwe-n ii tod -I'c i '-e wind shifted to N TN.Wr., hearing"
the .',ip on hierblxam ends. Weather moderated 11on
Advautac.e is -being taken of the fine w- either to
rp',,ir !Le iichtor nnld most. iceiide.- wi'orks resquived
in C' wiithi thie damages occ-i.'1ioned. We
re -ret t.:, learn that, on yesterday morning, when
theo repairs to the South Transept roof of Trinity
Church, in this Town, were undertaken, the condi-
tion of the laths and woodwork of that portion of
the roof was found to be in an unsatisfactory state.
Extensive and costly repairs nmy consequently be
demanded at an early day.
Thlirouigh connection was yeter-day re-established
between Hamilton and St. George's over the tre-tle
bridge at the Causeway fracture.


Ev-ryv boat was taken up Oci Wedu-Lday evening,
and the; fine day on Thursday drew out a very
largo holiday party to the Great Sound to vii:w the
Regatta. Business in Hamilton v,.-a almo-t alto-
getl.or s sp.en..led ,by a sort of \voluntary ar-re cimeit.
The Steam Tug Britannia came up firoia St. Geor'-
ge'.s and took her post. by the windwaid siak,- boat,
The beautiful weatlc-r admitted of laudiun ou
Grace's Island and Pearl Tsland, whic-lh were freely
patrcni;:ed by excursionists, who commanded from
the-e poinnt.s a beautiful survey. The course, .seen
from the Lighthouse and Burgis'.j Point, presen:- il
a festive aspect rarely to be met with. Our special
I-porter furnishes the details of the Cup Ran e-
TDuike of Edinburgh's Challenge Cup-and of the
Iurs.o Rn~,c--Prizes, 1st 30, 2nd ,10,-which will
be read with irterest. A correspondent draws at-
tntinun t: the, o'br'mctiug of the course, either wil-
fully c" k'nor.uo tly, by amateur boats. We trust o.. liate o..-i-.inu.l this may be guarded
..r.-s.i. Auoth.-r correspondent. iu the .ucces.s of
those .a ofiboats wLiJ. well uesirves full consider iat'on Tihe
iHome Stieteh was extrenmelCl pretl- as diie boats
made their way to HiLnmi!ton uHabour, ,-eon from
the wharf line at. -Hamilton, hin echekn approaching
in the touted shades orovening

At a General Meeting held iu the Town Hall,
Hamilton, on Friday, 10th September, ISS0, R. D.
Darrell, Esqr., in the Chair, the following being
His Honor the Chief Jus- Lt. Lutyens, R.E.,
tice, Lt. Rowden, 9t.0' R-gt.,
Dr. P. B. Tucker, M.D., C. E. Clay, Esqr.,
Dr. Outerbridge, M'.C.P., Capt. Peni.-toi,
Capt. Pillen, R.E., Mr. Pemisou,
Capt. Story, i99th Regt., J. Skinner, E.,qr.,
Lt. Carponter, A.D.C., .D. G. Lane, E:tqr.,
Lt. Bere-sford, R.E., J. Barritt, Esqr.
It ,v.- *l.-.ided :
I ---That the Berrauda Hunt be continued for the
S c.' ':>l, .PI-
2'.-T'hat ia ac'orlaanc with the wishesif LRaud-
:'.-' .I :-apier-s generally, and with the vie "
-f inmitin- prob:able dminage as far as pv'siblo,
Member,zs of the Hunt. Club only shall becousi.ierald
ntitl-d. i, ide vwith the Hunt, and pemauission to
c.ros- au_ ,-aud -ill refti to them only.
.-T.:t ',rtous doesitous of b:ecoiling M':mr i
il the H3:ut. Club should intimate their wi.- p,:,.
on-ally or by letter to the Honorary Secretary, who
will bring the ease before the Comnmittet-,
4.-That to become a Member it .-iall be nece:-.
eary for a majority of the Committee to vote the
admission of the applieani.
5,.-T..a, thie .~il. ..-That the following gentlemen be reqjuestedd
to act on the Committee :
Hi-s Honor the Chief An Officer, R.N,,
Justice, An Officer, R.A.,
Dr.Outer brid're, M.C P., Lt. Eresford, R.E., .
T. F. J. Tucker, Esqr., Lt. Chlauuceyv, 19th REe.
M.C.P., giment,
R. D. Darrell, Esqr., Lt. Rowdeu, 90th Rgt.,
Dr P. B. Tucker, M.D., A Deparmental Officer,
Lt. Carpenter, A. D. C., J. Skinner, Esqr.
(Staff), Hon. See'y.,
7.-That five be a quorum of bu iuaess, but that
for the election of Members all votes possible are
to be taken.
S.-That Lieut. Carpenter continue as Master of
the Hunt
9.-That the Committee be empowered to invite
temporary residents in Bermuda to bo Honorary
Members of the Hunt.
10.-That any Member shall have the privilege
of inviting a friend or friends to- ac-cein:mpny him
to any Meet of the Hunt.

I.--That an-' Member or hi.- invited guests,
doing dala,',e '7ilfiullv or thliro'l'h ear.-le-snuess, be
required to ply '.i-. 'f.i- aut.
1 2.- -Tha;t ilit he1f Ma i- :t ,, .-b ..::ir.u .e ou
IThursday, 7th Oc,0,:lr.
!:-;.--I s is i.. ',o ied to hold the Anna.di Race
Meeting, in :oianectioun ith the Hunt Club, on or
ah.:,ct tiaj ri'l November, and that a m -eting be
call-d, c-i_ T"ur.sday, 23.rdl Septbmber, tb -lert Stecw-
_nt arcd nalange the Progtatinua., &r,. Tt i- hop,-l
thA6t L-.-:- inteieA.te, will attend.
F. CARPENTER, Lr., .A .T .,
Houy. Seu'y.

To te Editor of tl e ioydal GMCtte.
Mn. EDITOR.-Iu days g'one by, when everyone
took an interest in boat rmai-in and weut out on
the appointed day to see the c:Cotests, J clear c'.C.;Ae
was kept., and each did Lis best to proinote legi-
timate sport, but the same spirit appear no longer
to be universal amonu. the iattenLiaiut-: a.t -:,ur -i e-
gattas of modern dayt, lar ;,uend heavy b-.,at-., la-
den with pleasure .se-k.-'s-nmany of vl.oin kinowx
nothing and, ii it were pies.ille, cair less al..ut
yacht racing,-are found in every po .iti.,n where
they should not be, conscious of their owu po.w)er
and regardless of the co sc-.u..nees to the rac.'-kg
craft, they cut the latter out at the- .-take boat,
cre-,ss their Lows when beating to windy.vard. or
take a tack in f'out in order to give then :"le 1,ueie-
fit of the wake, and all this just tor :, lar- ,a-r
through thoughtle-ssnE.Us. Thrn, again, it is vely
pretty to see tlie btart and tlic finish to'o, this can
ib 10Msii ,L'ne il a steamer, even it it is n:o'. a plet-
-:nt tinug fuor .1 e: .npetiing yacht, wviL-. .t *.-:lud
**., tz l.' i,- t a t.! _'by a T ,."i ;.- |.e 1* ...-
1.0 i....i -. th-. auli rv.':-e or ti b ..kv .. :r *- l
t : i .. r- .. -'.
'i s1C.,-ible t, o :;i t: a d the past, but I r'Lus
with your asistanu..e, Mr. Editor, tLe evil .be
pr.revente' in futar.c.

September 1ti', I8b ,:i.



( B! our peciil Co(rresp.:,ndewt. )
Last. Thnr-day morning daw.ied blight and fnir
and the'? lov of bo. ra:-ii'.ia ar.d of theiernsequnut
Souti." la,.:,] forward with ii' )fiu..e toi au ex-
e.:]h-lu( ,J Vy':- 'iiusenl ;lit.
.D"-uMts w-l, enterraiuned the tnay before as to the
probhable sitat- of thet f.-r lacriug ,irpo-es,
n:l the .wss" was enpnerlv consulted by thef
knowina-.r-,n ni c-v e'' sli,:'ht 'rioe or fall be,:,-nmne
tihe s ibjrcet of anr2umenit a?,l coti.cture. On Thurs-
d (-. however, the wiud co-ntiLue,1l at ,ltabout :.S.E.,.
au I w .. uiuAng t he v iy ,rciark rbl.y ste:l:ly Ioth, in
dir.ecti.-l ind str,-n 'th!, .;'th the .-xe pfiln -i fa few
fnioniij -s in t .i.. 't'rL:) .i, i "on it uiiK. tly iucceas-
ed 0,v i:2 t 3a .'i. -i -i::!.
It "-v,- d rte-iiniued if ).. ill to t- i e cri
,,,- I,- '.-.u ily at ek v. i,'e-l..i :, arid r,....' .iilV
t;.c- Ju. t, v in the- in '..'*- .:take Lo.t wi-,i ,c rly on
the ioV', aUd at half pi'.' ten! t'v ; L.'! 'i. : n'T
for the I1 .*ts O -eNir' -'t in i ll :q-. iet irslie, ') in J: ---" .ry t 1
'- ,irii hur the si 'n Of the 'S ..iak1e V1 all ,
Si o' t'w of tih- Iip c e -hin.-hanid, L 't. ti.. boat, the Nan.j L, .was g.-i. L at qsn u-:'niter"
twelve anrc w:i. f-ollhowed iu iu ,: c'r s 1s.y t.. .i
others entere., f.:,r thi Cup Riac A- non" the s.i-
were the new yacht: L. Belle Ile -ind Id'autless.,
who made their firl-St ,ap'-r.orane- ou tLi- o, c-:s.ionu ,,:
ratiug boct1. T'he fio'rwer na, t'i:, min-ifortlune t,,
carry away her b,:obstzy. 4 1,efore ..tnrti'g nae. wind': I
I.r.dly all'day in casqui.~lI'e:, L..aeL t > tIhe chagtii'
of Mr. R. D. Darrell, who :eo&-:.i her, iai!
ed great things firom the favorable opinionms gener-
ally expre-s'.-l a.s o Lher saiil.u, qualities. The
Dauitless wa. t generally admitted to look h.:-tt-r ilhan
ainy othe-r b:,ai.t en t'he ground, and with a cre-'
composed, with the exception of her pilot, of ams-
teir y.lehitsn, n, made a rVemark;bly good debl,t.
ThiRe little -;',ry, owin;, to her very small toi- -
1na',e?, only about. 1 tonu-, rece-ived a tren,-n .lou.o
srt'rt ;rnd ws nearly half way to wipiwam 1
the first tim" l.efor'e the r.'ajo ity of the otti r hdir s
: tn.-r w.Ty. TL s principal f':-atune inu the rne
th fi4, time- t) windwar-! was lthe ex.etllc.-it sail-
ing of ithe 3.a.cle, who rounded third, havicr
.issed tle- U':'a'fe and,'!,.* rd having tak:- .
time from 'ev-r..y7 other b-,:t. TThe Nanci I.ce ar-1I
la Bel.'e )ie'lew r(-re iiow,;ver .-till tc the fro1'it, thel
former hlivit:., r.:unded tihe wvin, l'iird it: .a- b.':.t
nearly thiite;.-u n.iinites fi,'e ,tc nm .. le/.', but ii.
runnin.. tok -ewatrd he 1-ithr m i u:c .e,1 to ielu'
this by tw.i and a half, whvl i ch still lft t e
S, ri e nr~r ithan ti TElilLntes ale'ad. IL, rouid--
ing the leew: id stal-e br.- t ti,-e A X e../ Lee uufortun-
atlly went o _, tep v :-". .ide. .leaving; the stJd. =
bout. on th? -:ar..o a I hand. I in..-d of on the? pr.1t
hnnd. TLi.. .t couit.xe di.o'n-li -c'l her from wi.-
nilg. but, s tl.i; : L.E 0 -or w.E, a n kn'ukown- to MW'.
Winter as it. r,'aKt to che ,a j;e.ri'7 of the spVctato..,
ti l..-: a',.:y 1..'e still contiul r-d .. helir way. As the
a\e'.l, ..' }.a at- .ken 'nly, w :u ,ig'ht anld ir.:
inut.., froet the A';c lfce thi finrt lime to winu1-
w ard it vedr;- utoubtful whether .he couli
t ,:,;' the? tenn 'inuin.- frrin her t,: s:eco1nd tiine, but
the result prIved that M3r. Handecoa'k, hi-i crew ani
the boot t wete ill equpl to the o.--c'.maion, and the
.namneess evr.-ntially won the race. roundiin7 the1
winning st:-ke loat thrit- qcur t.ers of a minute
ahead of the ',a;-,l. Lee, which doubtless made a
very exciting finish to thios wh-i di'd not know of
the mistake unde by the Intter boat in rounding
the lee.wrd stike boat. The DeuNtilas finished
tihir,1, whi.-i., cou-ide ing th'- comparatively light
wind, ws.t ar v-ivy re,?italbk poi..iion for her to take,
a;' u :~:s she wa only three quart -rs of a Iminute he-
Lind the ANa,"- Lev, it is pr.nb'Al)' ti't, but for the
advantage ganine'1 by the latter ii, rounding to le-
vnard on the .:tarboar. tack, the .Dai,tlles-s would
have' been the second boal round.
The l'adin- was.. literally niii-w re, and the Lad:h
IStewart stands but little '-htance iwgaiust boat half
i.r size un-ile it bh'it s a ool stiff breeze. Sh,.-
t'-.k -; e f(r. er- ry otit 'o t iiowfe'-e-',:ul *u.'i l ot l
d,,.,.'t14 -, have- !ivOU A goO.I ;l, .-:unLt ., iierA-flt' on
a a- ni more .fav t.'-i:u to bepi .si..
ThE Ptrnsz RA'.E, for vWiuh t';e.y e- uo lono g
than e'.!vc r-a.tti e.'.., i 'ht <: t!,c ,c. bl:i-ie b- o;ah; u p-
w.'. d-' c-f five 'on:, rs star-."el : noirt-t -- :ft.-'r a-?'e.
o'ltha d: thle N..'/--y LLec ad-s I-a.: i,: i.:Ui:g the v'.7,
ur .hnort!v f'-lloweda in tf.i-s e.- '.- Ih-.:.- c.c
ician-rly ed.
In thi. ranc' a thir L I ooat. Ohe Pile1s, mad.
he- '.' fi' pe-,ran ce iu -iiucl-,i'" t '.i. :,.' iiiiia si
did ro-t .ke ve wry pmN'r:.,e,-nt l-:itLoL at !.: fii,-
i-..i. l' r pc-i fo ma:nce r,:i pi obe aliy .m::-af.i-intly -'oi.
;'.i1l ou.t to her oi 'ac,-' :r !,,r h" . aiTil' q-,cra'u,n.
The fir.; tire tu whi.L'.aid t.- ,aei'/us, ".nia-
/ess and Zep.. ,.).o.)l.-dert'. lly in, ,oved their p-''.siti-
on, ti, two r ,uniung within a f-w .c-"?in&-
ox tlh. Julia, v.'o received th r,:-e or four minute'
t\::rt ocf them, and tlI K-.<_n,i' t.ckinig time from aIll
three of them The i'"niry Le, J-..ivii, aud i.a Bic/'!
illte rounrtle( iu the .same order as they started,
the Nanry Lee h:viung stiA a, formidable start ol
most of her o0p:cncn' -. The Daun!'ess, altliug.-
she continued to wiu 1 remarlkai ly well, and :-ti-
ally accomplihe,1 the beat to windward in tree o.
four minutes ess, than iu thi- Cup, lost grouui
as compared with tho other boat- aud wa. pass-:d
ly the Ze,, yr, whori:und, i nearly vTo minutes be
fore her.
In running to 'eeward the, Ztihyr overhauled thu
Nautilus al- sI.? r,-und.-l tl.i staie= bc A.t, and inu jil:,-
iung ovc-r her m),nm swept (r.-.r th,' 4auhldus' deck,
causing the rty.-teiiotu.s di:,appearnance oi the Corn'
modore and[ L is ,. lew. _hy .-:horticy re-app.:lar,-L
above. te c., 'ibi'g-s,, with surpri,.d looks uuon theil
coi:ute'nat'-e's os d ,tihe ni L.ap r.-crsi':mued them th?
l].:s ,f .( frw .--' ;ud.- '( :ti" X5' .m-l 'r u ;td J no f, i.

n'. n in qui' :-a.J ,'':'.,O ''' i d' .'';,:.',r S .l 1 .. :tad-
7. .; nlv two o th e ruii eshi. i',.in there,
T n : te c Jio' -,' Qn!. t!,e, or f>,
n l r ; afr "L.- six I m whi" hi.l iii iumedidtel, '
pt ,-i.i, -Ai he:r an "i is lU.'I. d v.-i.y lue,1i an if -,1 '
wV.:'ild R-ot a i .10 if .8 ,e0 'i:OO!',. .'veibaul tPc siys l!i
'i,.v."ts, v. 1o c .- -.ti'l l.i- ivct-iu jitte.ii. raid Vtwe, ty,
mtinuub..: leel., o:' lic-,e.
The v, in in ~ 11 nov- fallen S,)i:r, 'i-:l it 'v '.-
mV ry ':obit.itful v- ,Ieth; .- ec.n the fast(-st of ti-e coun-
icting y:iacht- cqlY tl- little Nancy, wlo
i-ns .-.p0i:hrlinug- ,Ll her wavy at Ie. ,t a muiil to wind-
ward. Still i.ri wa.- : thi..i ..- '<'., ri.. to.: 1 be ga .-
eal aL l p:I.- d '. ;-iai hli: boats onn
r' diu3 : t,., !?>-;,war,',.,i to 'o :i E-m-":ward and
whi- n -L -i a rr ab. nc ii,,i' '. ,-aur iful .'iy ht ii ithi
their white sail- gkoi.te-nin~M' i thre afternoon suin.
A gc,'inl ra-' cniue-'l h.twt'r(.a.n t Ti,- .'mSA iems nuilj
Zplhur, the iorrner outi,:.',i g 'ie latte: a.,n, thi.s
sucUcceling inmi:tki,'- up ::hiat 'heo Zephyr gfaiued
in speed
A2- the bc,,t. nea:~'d tthe fini-h it became appar-
eat that tho Nye Lee :-ni.It win, nud the chief in-
Wt rest tiLai c:ntf.'cl on the coite-.t bet.weu the
S3uore'es: andd Zjhir for te 's--uond pla,-e. orth
b,- :ts tt:,-Le.l Lea-c -inioie's I.l.nd ifor the ,take. l.rat,
the ,'. ,,n 'es. I.. .iE-in r L:a her to lee r-nid ,of the Ze'/dvr
b-it s ly ai:-i 1.A h 'f' ,er. TL, -.ailing qutilities oif
the 1.: : envin l-.] a '.e to r.' .' cl:d!.- olu -r'-biil ih,',
N,'.. 1e .'. .ilt .ut i, tie .",itii oi.iatwii ,-mled I.".
I'. lhe ,pilot : A t. i '. t t, i..
I 3- cO W' W 1 .. .. i .. ..

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l.. -'7- c '
boat..: oal, e.: i:n ,l4e ..m .-, o : U.we u :'- + :i ,
al ,p.-'r i d I'o m a r .:.':.i', n,.'m v. li.h ',.' !, .-i-.T ei -
ca-n imusako .,n," efic ulations v.lwhich pi r, ui' .irl" cr-:c--
(,Lt th:.m inA.:iivkit :ill ,
T''ha., tndcd the rouot s.ccessifi, day's racing that

has been witnessed in t1,, Sound for years, and we
hope that now that ya,' tiug seems to have experi-
enced a revival much ( dled, we may have repeat-
ed yearly the ente-.r-ainiug contests of years gone
We cannot clos, our report without adverting
shortly to the fact that public opini,'_n seems strong-
ly opposed to permittii.t, bo:.-is of the class and ton-
unae of the _anciy Lee iand Jeanie to compete in
puree races with largt-r boats. Formerly it was
usual to have two puise races, one for boats over
five tons, r, nd tl-, otlrer ,r boat-i below that
to una'e. Tl-in, if second cli,-s brats entered for
the first clna.- race, their? timni allowance was caleu-
1-ited from thloe miAnirimu tonnage cf rhe first class
boats. For --xample, a boat of 2., tons entered for
a first class -ee vwald Lave he.-r time allowance cal-
cula ed :is if :ie wN.:re .5 tons.
We' think, if Lhe Clu., will iu futu-o accept the
deci,-ion of t..' ge;i-ral publi, on tle question, they
will find thai fuic'-, wili he forthcoming to eunale
them to have two .-lasses of r-aces a6 before, and
that the .ue:. .-ss of the- annual regatta will be large.
ly increased,
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From tfe Bermuda uiize'/e, May 18, 1793.
Wed-esda:' tl,e subscription purse to the
amount of 2 A6 1." t was sailed for by five boats.
Th.:y started precisely a* ten o'clock with a fresh
sea breeze, Mi'. B. G'oodl-ich's Miftake and the Tick-
lar took the fisat ait i third purse; and Mr. Edward
Gcodrich's S/a,,ving .ill took the second purse. The
two boats beloangi:., to Somerset were fitted in a
masterly manner, r ad the owners shewed uncornm-
imon skill and abilities in sailing their boats. Mr.
Go drich's Ti .l'ler ,.- d CCapt. 3 organ's boat afforded
munh entertaiime-r., being obliged to tack for cue
another duriae. th,- whllw l wag-er, the Tickler had
little more th:u. hei" length when she rounded the
Take bot. I, wa :s beautiful a race as ever iail-
ed in thi., country. Upo, the ,'liole every person of
j',yi.ntent inust allo-' :hat the PEOPLE OF IIERMUDA ATrE

Thlie e.hibi nao.:"- at the Shareholders Annual
M'-eting'. held n ou ti' Ctlt A u;:'ust, appears healthy.
T vari.-iius tud- ii, of t 'o Cmr.pauy now staud is
feoL'oi-s:-Cal:ital up, 2S9,5-i5; fire fund,
..00. 00: re.-icrve ',mnd. 9(0,1i.00; bala nce preit
f1 loss, 12 431: life nud., 2,4.t,6135. TotAl,
.261),.' lr. 5 S. P'.ire'i, the Agent in the-e
J iulands, can firui.h atiy further details to those
\wi0o may be intetrfeted in leaning them.

STJLL ;0i.ODSOCOD,.-" The f!ur Cardinal Point. iof
th.u Compass, nar'-d orm the ruariaer'a card whtih
tba letters N---E- V- slan(iing for North, East,
V,'est and Soumh, lormi tie woid neu-s-winich corn-
ir., fhom all p arts ,f the .vorl.i. gave derivation, -.'e
may suppose, f,:, thb word. But there has Leen ni ai.
ri.-lu sine.' out last 'rom .ny ,pcint,cardinal or inti -.
mtedi.ate, of the com-rass ; i:or hba any thing of a novel.
n-. nt-ire occuiied v .:hin ur '.a'fn immediate circle :
Y Xt, we are icot so _atirey iriove,,shed in our re-
scu-ices, as ult-rly ,oi de.,iir o. rendering the P.-
pr r' in some r-eas-'re aceaptaULie, even in the worst
(of times :--We hope it mill piorie entertaiuing and
I amusing to some, i! aot iusti active ,ind edifying to
mi:- y. Our 'est ,. ert;.,as re directed I to these
Sc; jiects ; and to .'-ed will ,. oui hb rc'est grtii.
ficn.- ion." -'--h,,n ,.'i G i: -'te, ." y 3, 1'2Y .

Io l.". 1/ i ,' .r :, /.. I ,! G'.'.:,.i t ,
p'. ve<. i'. or .in-e -one i4 our lonui.dl
--i..' O1 ,.e '- ~ .i'-i i. Iy : :plaini to tl:e pu']ien
iC-T e ii'L! i. .i v I t iir ,-i by stt'an: 'r
jl-it, il i-.: -ge'-r .'on et i, i. i t the ;' i-i ,>f the
nm.iis at -in, '.it ,uri. th v. r by -itu.'-ii' -.;eat. imn.ou-o
venience to te public a, al i-niy ? Fow is it that
ihe Colonist is so sil.-at o-' this occasion '
St. David's Liland, ,ept. 6th, 1880.

On Wedne.Uday Evening a concert was given by
the cLhildren of Warwick School, in aid of a fund
which is being raised for the purpose of repairing
-and improving the School building. The pro.
gramme was a lengthy one and consisted of school
songs and choruses, interspersed with recitations
and dialogues. The room was crowded with an
attentive and appreciative audi-nee. The singing
went well, some of the songs being executed N ith
marked precision and in good time. At the end
of the first part, Mr. G. Simpson, the Inspector of
Schor'Is, was requested to address the audience.
Having assured his hearers that he had no inten.
tion of troubling them with a ,peeeb, he said, thalt,
as an opportunity had bern given him, he should
like to tell them why ho was present that ewning.
He hbad been very pleased with the singing and
readings with which the boys and girls had r'-nter.
tailed them. But his cLief reason for being there
was to encourage Mr. Swan, the Schoolmaster, in
a praiseworthy endeavour to nake the Schoolroom
more comfortable for the scholars. Havin' re.
marked at some length upon the good work being
dore in the Schools, he addressed himself particu.
larly to the parents of the children, many of whom
we-re present. He ventured to remind them that
the S, hools Act of 1879, which to a very gre t ex-
tat regulated the School work of their children,
had laid down the principle that the parent or
gu'rdi,':n is responsible for the education ,f the
child iu other words they were bound legally as
well as morally to send their children to School.
He knew that most of his hearers did their di.ty in
that respect, and he urged them to continue so to
do. He begged of them to see that the. children
attenJed to their school both regularly and punc-
etualiy, reminding them that by so doing they
would render the teachers work easier, an.1 the
better fit their children for making their w.iy in
lile, whou they grew up to be men and women.
Ho concluded by thanking them for the attentive
manner in which they had listened to him.
As rnny were unable to obtain admission on
'Wednesday evening the concert was repeated on
Thursday and was again attended by a full house.

From our Special Sorting Correspondent.
DEAR MR. EDITOR,-Well! here I am back .gain
a rmong m y jolly old friends the' Mood ians, jnst in time
to attend the meeting of ray pet Club, the Bermu-
da Hunt Club, but oh! dear me, what a frightful
crossing we had.. You know I have done a deal of
yoclitinG in my time, and have seen some queer
weather_ in the Me diterranean and the Levant, but,
b-lss my stars! the snorter we experienced off these
.etr little Islands of yours just knocked all my past
experience into a cocked hat. Mrs. T. is never
much of a salt at the best of times, but
Whenever the breezes blow,
She generally goes below
Y, nd see-ks te r-eclu.sion that her cabin grants
And ce-lls for her three maiden aunts
'nd all that kind of fun, and I can assure you when
we got the corafortiung assurance that some 30 or
40) miles to le-,oward we should probably discover the
North ro-cks, we really thought that settling- day"
had' come, however I managed to keep the old lady's
spirits up by pouring spirits down (only very weak
br..udy and water mind you) and at last we pulled
through and soon forgot, in the genial hospitality
that awaited us, our late fatigues. Well well, as
usual,I'oe lost the scent and must try bace. So you
really want me again this season to try and follow
those young fellows and see that they do not break
their precious necks, a matter of little or no account
so long as they don't damage walls, rails, potatoes
and onions; I'm your man then, so long as you
contrive to ker-p Mrs. T. in the dark as to my pleas.
ant dera;-sions Jt the finishes; She's awfully jea-
lous and has a knack of pulling my whiskers pleasee
keep that dark also and don't put it in italics) which
is nut at all pleasant. 'We had a very fair meeting
our hard riding master who I was sorry to see was
shaky on .ne of his pins but who will be as "fit as
a fiddle" for the first meet; then there were a couple
of M.D.'s and a couple of R.E.'s (by gad that's
rhyme if you will only print it as a couplet); a few
movie eons of Mars, the bar, the bench, and every.
thing represented, In primo, theo Club is in funds!
grand event, the Secretary's accounts show a credit
balance of 3 7/10, and it was further decided that
the Hunt continue as heretofore-chief rules being
-large fields to ride regularly the pace to be strong
no injury to anybody or anything and prompt pay-
ments for all damages. Now that's what I call a
"slap up" programme to start with isn't it ? Then
we had some pleasant chit chat about the Club races
and finally decided to have them somewhere about
the 3rd of Nov., and a general convention of all
true lovers of the turf to be called at the end of the
present month to set the "ball rolling." Every-
thiLg promises well for a good season, I hear that
lots of good nags are knocking about and eating
their heads off until the horn of the Master "is
heard o'er the hills." By the bye I ought to have
mentioned that the first meet of the season is set-
tled for the 7th of Oct. and will probably end at
Government House. Any sporting news worth
having you shall get as usual from
Yours very truly,

To th, Editor of thie Royal Gazette.
Sm,-We had a very pleasant day's boat sailing
last Thursday, thanks to a fine day and a nice work-
insu. breeze, and the number of craft of all sorts
afloat bore ample testimony to the interest in boat
sailing (I wont say racing) taken by Bermudians
generally. Such being the case, it cannot fail to
strike any one, comparatively a stranger here, what
a draw-back to genuine boat racing isathe dispar-
ity of size, and consequent absurd time allowance.

On Thur--ay last the trim little Nancy Lee, capit-
ally handled, was seut away so far ahead of all the
larger boats, that, had it not been for an unfortun-
ate erroi in judgment on the part of her amateur
pilot, shb, must, under the circumstances of wind and
weather, have won the Cup, with ease. Fancy to
yourself the ad-,tonisiment of an English yachtsman,
on being told that, out of a nine miles direct course,
he was to comoete with boats so much smaller than
hi., own, that lie was to have the satisfaction of
seeing oie of his competitors 3 good miles on his
jot:ruey before he got a chance of starting. It
really se.-ms s.) absurd as to be classed as a good
Becmudi'un joke. Why not classify boats accord-
in.- to tonnage, as is always done elsewhere, and
give every ona. a chance of winning what now
seems oly v, ithin the reach of the adventurous
few who risk their lives in decked dingies F

To the Editor of the Royol Gazette.
DEAR SIR,-Ia your issue of to-day speaking of
the Consa.l General of Great Britain at New York
you state that. his successor as Consul is" Mr.
Pierrcpc'ut," tbhi is an error.
Mr. "J. Pierrepout Edwards" has been Vice-
Consul for many years, and I believe would never
ar(-cpt any salary, and be of course always acted
ai (C'ns.,i in the absece of the Consul, and now
that hie is CoisulE i is but right to give him all the
L.'A.-..,. i..tead rr NM. Pierrepont" who never hati
been ViN Cnmul. H-nor to whom honor."
Respectfully yoirrs,
.pt,-,l ..."- 7, 18A.0,

N.B.-I believe that no more acceptable man to
the Government of the United States as Mr. Ar.
chibald's successor could have been found than Mr.

-I -CA -C, .-l: T hr C

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ElUCTUCI IOT.-Tbere wA' a display of the
elecHot.light fro GwG rgpe's I lis laNt night. It
was witnessed ind admired by rtamy,tL it did not
approach in raagnifliccace a li.h'tthat was display-
edi in the harbolir on the samae night twenty.three
y-aie ago, vihen the powder magazine was blown
up a&ove Ithe Dock3ard,.rHtalifax Aug. 13.
Nearly 11 mi'llons DIaOtrs of Neva Scotia capit-
al are lavcr'ed in Bak1 S.14ock3 in Ontario and Que-
The New York Mail ,tUan-r was signalled at 5 p.
ni. laIt evening and wilt reach dlanilton at any early
hour this morning.
A Steamer sigiralled about 1 p.m. yesterday passed
theso Tslands.

BiRrH, at Cedar Hill. v'mith's Psrish, on Friday,
I '- -L 41 *- -_ X1 ;. TT'11:-; A n11a nPa lRiN

I *-----
14th inst, at ':2 o'clock, noon,
At the \Warehouse next West of the
Store lately occupied by Henry Dar-
Sroll, Esqr., the said

B B(lon.gig to Mi. I-. Du-.rden, who is
about to leave these Islands,

3rd instant, the WIFE of IlliItl .A. L .U18, OR vey largo asO eit of DRY
DIED, at Handel Cottage, in this Town, on Satur- G )ODS & GROCERIES,
day night, the"llth inst., after a short illness, JoHN i A n -
Cox Bouc.ER, ar'ed 1.t years. The deceased was a Among which will be found
brother of G. F.]oueher, Esqr., Organist of Trinily 0 r OZEN Rush HATS Confectionery
Church; and a yoftg man of mch promise. ..\ j .)NEarley SUGARu
......... in 3tWlton Parish on the,. 13th inst., ItAN- n rley SUGAR
DOLP9 .R. PaWAN, aged 26 years. Oange DROPS Acid Do.
.., A t-lbth," at her father's residence, Black Pe~per Adamantine CANDLES
E , .SA XDE"U. AD S. ZlirJ eldest Men's ani Boys' CLOTHING, assorted
daughir of't P. il, Esqr., n.e& < years. Seine TWINE Herring TWINE
Miss Zuill spent ire iri ter months with, her M Arrowrtbot Blue Writing Paper
:n Bermuda and her kind genial manners won for her CEGARS SAI DINES Tin LOBSTER
many friends.EA S ADINS Tins LOBSTER
........, at Cedar Hill, Smith's Paiish, on the 11th Plates and Dishes SHIRTS
i85t., 'EDERICK CAMPB.LL GCTOATr, instant son of Carriage SHAFTS Salad OIL SODA
William Ai and Annie Olivia Hollis, aged 8 day. Hard and Soft Felt HATS Bath BRICK
_..... _,._ Scrubbing BRUSHES
1 1 JEnglish and Americau STARCH
R e in 0 v (z Curry Combs Pickles Jains
lIE Undersigned begs t)inforos his patrons Bleklea, Flowers Lamp SHADES
and the Public generally that he intends Gh I JARS Tins ShALMON
an )OYSTE rS White GINGER Fish Hooks
"" 'd, d y Sweet ,)AP ..Gardeu FORKS
7 -monorrow W ee nesday Wlite Iriill JACj.ETG, Pipes Gloves
'the th Inant, ing AX Tovels Hosiery
To his new place of Business under the Office School LOOKS L ngerry CAPS
of R EGINALD GKAY, ESQR., Pariiament Street. Mu.tard .Stools Serge Corsets
Thanking his friends and FLtrons for pasi Unmbrellas Polhn FANS Kegs Nails
favolirs, so generally extended to him, ho re- SauNes Pi..s CsftorOil
speetfully solicits a continuance of same. ; Men's Chip I'ATS Whips Twine
WatchA nd Clock Maker, And a gre.At many other goods much too
General Manufacturer and Repairer of Jewelry., numu.rous to mention.
laouilton, Sept, 14th, 1880, B. W. WALKER & CO.,
'y ri -j Auctioneers.

iKerosene soves.

The Subscriber has Received a
New Lot oJ
3Eeroseo Cookiuc g 5 OV s.,
From the Riicliaiod Stove Company.
A consiieraHbe uInl.ldr of simniir Stoves have
been sold in these Islands and I' in every
instance given great satisfaction,
Ilamidl.on, Sp. I 1. I80I.--

Come and See ,Meyer's
Fitted up for the 'asi.ionable world, in the latest
style. Bring along all your friends and relations,
na we have plenty df room, also plenty of flie
Cakes Ei',ra Ice Cream, and l '1stia line Con-
fecticnery all .madc on nur premises.
Order your Wedding Cake in lime, as we
make only iiist class.
Large orders for Ice Creamn, at reduced rmtes,
for Churches, Fairs, Picnics, &c. Confection-
cry for the million, sold mostly at any price,
wholesale and retail at MiEYEit'S Confection-
ery and Ice Cream Palace.
Corner Victoria St., 6 East Broadway.
Hamilton, dept. 14, 1880.-4
N.IB.-Ofcourse, our business is for C. 0. D.


ALL Persons having any CLAIMS against
the Estate of T. M. JONES, late of
Paget Parish, tre requested to forward their
ACCOUNTS on or before 30th Instant, for
All Persons INDEBTED to the Estate will
please make Payment on or before 30lh Novem-
ber. All ACCOUNTS not arranged by above
date, will be placed in Legal hands for Collec-

Hamilton, Sept. 14d1, 1880.


Loan on Bond and Mortgage.
Apply to
Hamilton, 13th Sept., 1880,-I pd

For Sale,
A& A Commodious Two Storey

In good order, with a LOT attached extending
to the sea,
Situated on the .-outh sde of01 Warwick.
A portion of the parebase money may remain
on Mortgage if required.
Apply to
Hamilton, Sept. 7th, 1880.-2 3p)

Boat Wanted.

S-1 Wanted to Purchase

.-tit. !/e t'i s F ref !,!tirig.
With 'lasts, its, &c., Complete.-Capacity
80 Barrehls and upwards.
Address A. Ro li particniars.
Bermuda, t'epl. 14, 1880.


On Thursday next,
The 16th inst., at 12 o'clock, M.,
12 Bls. Table POTATOES
5 Bis. VINEGAR 6 Bls. Pilot BREAD
1 BI. cont.g. HAMS, BACON and SMOKED
5 Drums Halifax CODFISH
5 Half and Qr. Boxes Black TOBACCO
5 Hhds. English PORTER
200 Lbs. Green GINGER (in 23 Lb. Lots)
35 Gallons Red PAINT
2 Trunks Ladies and Men's BOOTS
Mens' White Canvas BOOTS
1 Trunk Men's and Boys BOOTS
12 Pieces White COTTONS
I Case 45 Dozen White Straw HATS for Mon
and Boys
18 Dozen Ladies BONNETS
1 Case containing Suspenders, Girdles, Combs,
Flannels, Graters, Tin Pans, Cologne
1 Case containing Men's Shirts, Boy's Suits,
Men's Coats, Tin Basins
1 Young BULL, about 3 years old

And a lot of other Goods that will appear
at the Sale.
That splendid Row Boat
Belonging to the late B. Steed, built of cedar,
copper-fastened, 26 feet long, 5 feet 6 inches
wide, and 2 feet 6 inches deep.
r~ All limited Goods must pay two and a
half per cent on limit, should said limits not
be obtained.
Hamilton, September 13, 1SS0.

The Ladies .lid, No. 1,

ltinterd having

A SO AL ATHERING In aid of Re-building the B. M. E.
or THE Churoh,

Merimbers and Friel(lds of the Bail-
S e'- Bay YV. M. Clhurtch,
lWill be held,
On the afternoon andi Evening of

17th Instant,
The prc1Leedsj to b, applied to the repairs ren-
der,:d n(ceasary by injuries to the Church du-
ring the late 'Hur{iklsice.
Rfreshments in variety. Ice Creams, &c.
Boats will be in w:dting for Excursions on
Harrington :Found adjoining.
Doors open at 4 p.m.
September 14, 18S0.

Notice to 0Importers of

N OTI;'E is hereby given that the Steamer
BER MU I)A" i quie rea iy to transport
any quantity of KEROSENE OfL which may
be reasonably required on her return on 27th
September; hut no K2ROSENE is allowed
to be Transported by the Contract Steamers
between the end o September andSeptebende st June.
Hlamilton, 14th September, 1880.-.1
Colorist" copy once.

S Notice.
Just received ex S. S. Himalaya
aa.d other recent arrivals.
AG Cle,,n E. I. 1ICE
Bgs I)araca:bo COFFEE
Bas 0 TS Bags CORN and BRAN
Cases E ,viss Cond nscd .111L.K
Caes M A'I' 11 ES Cases LOBSTER
Cases S !'.D1iNES Cas-s I'ratts Astral OIL
will not exlplodle
Br!s. CU'RR.ANT.'
Br'.. FLOU'H and ME\L
B.-L-. Crushed SUG -\A Standard A.
Br!s. Blight Muscovad., SUGAR
Boxes Liver RAISINS
|Ioxes Valoncia RAI SINS
Drurins Iialifax CODFIL-H Fhds. Bass's ALE
S.c.C., &e., &c.

Ha' iltoll

13 S;e.,t. 180.-2 3p.

or Sale,

Bay Mare

A'.out 14 i :uds ;3 inches.
Quiet L.t r.,e and drive arId g,)od linfatry char-
ger. .l;;ups wv l.
AL O ,
Ealiftax 4 w\ieelied BD 0 -. T
l 'vce til_', d.irt up *', -s ~,o';ol neo .,
'Toethier wii Sie of '..Ri'ESS in very good
co whio,:.
For Particulars &c., apply to CArTAIN McCLIN-
TOCI, 19th Regimnint, St. George's
September 14th, 1860.-1

0) Dl i MY

22nd Septiember.
A Biid will be in amite'lance.'
IP ice of Admission 6d.
Penmbroke, Septelrbcr 14, 1880.-2

Boat "UnIon"
Sale by Tender.

The well known Boat


With Masts, Sails, &c., is offered for Salo by
Tenders to be sent in on or before the
25/th In s t a n t,
Addressed-ITender for Union" MRs. J. A.
STEED, IHamilton,
The owner does not bind herself to accept
the lowest or any T..nder,
September 14th, 1880.-2

Kerosene Kerosene !

l1THE Undersigned expect to Receive on
the 27th Instant a lot of
In Barrels,
Which will be disposed of very reasonably for
lamnilton, I th Sept., 1880.-2 3p
Colonit" copy twice third page.

Notice to Farmers
and Others.
TIIE Undersigned begs to inform his Cus-
homers and the Public generally that he
expects to receive per S. Bermuda" duo
this day, a Supply of
fAe'ly Hose Seed PO Te.
During the next Month
And in full time for an early Planting choice
Garnet Seed POTjATOES.
giry These POTATOES will be in all
respects perfectly reliable, as they will be Se-
lected with the utmost care.
The above will he Sold on accommodating
terms, to approved buyers.
Ilaiilton, :;cpt. I-IiX, 18" ;}.-

P I a n t n

Sacks of Clean RICE.


Front Street Hamilton, ?
, opt. 7th, 1860.--2 3p (


| -
Estate of William James steed.
T hereby give Notice that under and in pur-
suance of a Writ of Inquisition directed
to me and of the Escheats Act of 1871," an
Inquisition will be held by me
-- -- -a v .

The 22nd day of October, now next ensuin g
at eleven o'clock in the forenoon,
In the Town of Hamilton,
To inquire into the alleged or supposed Escheat
to the Crown of certain Real Estate in Ham-
ilton Parish, lately held by WILLIAM JAMES
1st.-A COTTAGE and about 2} acres of
LAND in Hamilton Parish; bounded on the
North and Wtest, by Land of William Henry
Wilkinson; South and East, by Land now or
lately in the possession of the Heirs or devisees
of Daniel Richardson, deceased.
2nd.-A COTTAGE and LAND in Hamil-
ton Parish ; bounded on the North, by Land
formerly of John Righton Outerbridge; South.
by the Church Road; East, by Land late of
Downing Wilkinson Outerbridge, and West,
by Land now or late of William James Outer-
3rd.-A COTTAGE on the Ferry Road in
the Parish of St. George; bounded on the
North, by the Ferry Road; on the South, by
Land formerly of John William Gibson, de-
ceased; on the East, by Land in possession of
John Tory Bourne, and on the IVest, by the
Ferry Road.
July 10, 1880. Pro. Mar. Genl.
13 Jly., 17 Aug., 14 Sept., 19 Octr.-3p

Ruth Brangman's (or Gilbert's) Estate.
T hereby give Notice that under and in pursu-
ance of a Writ of Inquisition directed to
me and of the Escheats Act of 1871," an
Inquisition will be held by me

,The 22nd day of October now next ensuing,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,

At the Conrt House,
In the Town of Hamilton,
To inquire into the alleged or supposed Es-
cheat to the Crown of a COTTAGE and Par-
cel of Land on St. David's Island, in the Pa-
rish of St. George; bounded on the North, by
Land in possession of Eliza Brangman; on the
South, by Land late in the possession of James
Minors, Pilot, deceased, and by land in the
possession of the heirs or devisees of Stephen
Judkin Brangman and there measuring sixty-
one yards; on the East, by a Public Road and
there measuring 41 yards, and on the West, by
Lands in the possession of Eliza Brangman and
of the Heirs or devisees of Stephen Judkin
Brangman, or however otherwise the above-
mentioned Cottage and parcel of Land may be
bounded or ought to be described; of which
Inquisition, all Persons concerned are hereby
required to take notice accordingly.
Pro. Mar. Gml.
July 10, 1880.
13 Jly., 17 Aug., 14 Sept., 19 Octr.-3p.

Ruth Masscy's Estate.
T hereby give Notice that under and in pur-
suance of a Writ of Inquisition directed
to me and of the Escheats Act of 1871," an
Inquisition will be held by me

aW Y
The 22nd day of October, now next ensuing, at
11 o'clock, in the forenoon
In the Town of Hamilton,
To inquire into the alleged or supposed Escheat
to the Crown of a DWELLING HOUSE and
LOT in the Town of St. George, lately occu-
pied by RUTH MASSEY, deceased; bounded
on the North, by a Public Street, called York
Street, and by a Lot in the possession of Thos.
S. Mitchell (formerly McLachlan's); on the
South, by Water Street; on the East, by Land
now or late of William Augustus Forbes Da-
venport, and on the West, by Lands of the
Heirs or devisees of Robert Hinson Forbes
Davenport, and by the said Lot of Thomas S.
Mitchell, or however the said Dwelling House
and Lot of Land may be bounded or ought to
be described; of which Inquisition, all Per-
sons concerned are hereby required to take
notice accordingly.
Pro. Mar. Qerd.
July 10, 1880.
13 Jly., 17 Aug., 14 Septr., 19 Octr.-3p

Notice to Farmers.

their usual Stock of
Tomatoe Box MATERIAL and Early Rose
POTATO.ES, in October next.
.1 Cargoof Garnett PO TA TOES
%s c,.rly as they can be obtained uipe and re-
And offer it once a line lot of

Terms as


usual moderate and accommodating.
14th September, 1880.-2
"Co!enist" copy twice.

Notice to the
Under the Provisions of the Savings Bank
Act No. 28, 1876.
dated the first of January, 1#77, and number-
ed from One to Twenty inchliively, issued by
virtue of the Savings Bank Act No. 28, 1876,
that on the expiration of one-ealendar month
from the publication hereof, namely,
Sixteenth day of September next,
The RECEIVER GENERAL will be prepared to
redeem the said Debentures by paying off the
principal money and interest due thereon, and
the said Debentures are then to be presented
for payment, and after the expiration of the
said month the said Debentures will cease to
bear interest.
Receiver General.

Receiver General's Office,
August 13, 1880. 5 3p

Commissariat Office,
receive Tenders, in duplicate, up to 12
o'clock noon on
Monday the 20th instant,
From Persons desirous of Renting
the Undermentioned War Department
Lands, Viz:-

Letting No. 30.
Situated in Pembroke Parish on Road leading
to Prospect, containing 1 acre and 18 per-
ches of grazing and Arable Land.

Letting No. 35.
Adjoining North Shore Road, Devonshire
Parish, containing about 6 acres 1 rood
and 34 perches.
Forms of Tender and all information can be
obtained at the above Office daily between 10
a. m. and 12 p. m.
A. C. G.,
District Commissary Genoral

T HE Public is informed that the Commintti-
cation between the Longbird Island and
the Island of St. George's crossing the Reach
Is again Open to Vehicles.

11th September, 1880.-1

Colonial Surveyir.

" Colonist" please copy.

Theatre Royal,

The layflowers .mafeeur
Dramatic Club
From Ireland Islaud.
Will have the honor of appearing before the
Public at the abovenramed Theatre
On Saturday next,

When they will produce an Original t'oni.UUic
Drama in Two Acts, by T. E. Wilks,
Esqr., entitled

The Seven Clerks,
To Conclude with that highly Interesting and
Mirth Provoking Farce
The Stlae Struck Clerk,
Win. Thos. K. Hone, General Manager; John
H. Mclvor, Stage Manager; John Cunt-
niingham, Secretary; 0. Drew, Treasurer.
The Royal Engineer Band will be in attendance.
PaRCES OF ADMIssION.-Reserved Seats 2/;
Unreserved Seats 1/; Gallery 6d,
Doors open at 7*30 p.m. Commence at 8,
Carriages may be ordered at 10-30 p.m.
The Steamer "Dispatch" will run to Ireland
Island after the Performance.

FICE HAMILTON, l1th Sept. 1880.
E M Bradford, Thaddeus Bascome, WI Berry,
W S Bell, Rev James Bellord, Proprietor of the
" Chronicle," Jose Ferreira Curollo, Helen Crawford,
Mrs Joieph Deshield, Oristide Durup, Barque
" Europe," Schr "Caleb Eaton," Chafles Eckler.
R Ellis, Joseph Fubler, Wm Forster, G T Johnson,
Authon Johansen, Chas Johnson, Edward M King,
Wm Linley, Robt G Lindley, E G J Law. Annis
Lloyd, Barque Malttapoisett," Barque Medford,"
James A Mares, J Nichols, Barque "Omen," J
Pilling, T Roche, John S Reynolds, Richard Spen-
cer, Samuel Swan, Henry A Simons, H P Simon.
son, Rosina Trott, Mary Wells, C E Williams, -:r
A Wright, Mrs Wilkinson, John Hlity Young,
Alfred Zachrissan..
FICE, ST. GEORGE'St, Sepr. 13, 1880.
Joao Pereira d'Aacencao, Mary Susan COav.
Mrs Loron Severen Helton, A G Milne,. John Od."
boy, Capt A Petersen Bark Nordonskford," Leon
Philimore,. Frank Silva (Coopers Iiland.)


I-Itil, ISSO.


Th.- ''" M-i.l-ln W,r-: A mater Dramat! i'" 1 ,, Tie.
'Ho- Tie
..1" l m r'! r ,Ilc. t'hrir fir,4 npl.'h'a n-e '.*,' re til
.t,.itc ,t the Labove Theatre on Friday and Satur.
day, t.he rd and 4th September, wheu they played
that, raont romantic and interesting dramn, "The
'f-xv.-n Clerks. Each character was abhly' rpre.
:-t ri 1tr1.y tl:o inmfebers of the Club, and i.c inter.
*,L ,: in l ,,vy tihe andien'e in hir vv.iio);,. -'
t'i> inI :.oi'1n21. and thriliinz siti:tG )ns t0 ..-,. ,,
i itr. r -I :i. never flag7_ed. M r. S. "--r .- -," ,',',"'
J.i)ira,,s .t ithe mirser was remarknbh' t .; thli Vari-
(,ais f, -ih,,sn and emotio,n- called fort'i bythe hirciarn.-
:Lin :, t.tfeninb,, the vccu4inr and hanging of hie
C %..rks ably depicted, and hb soloin- r'n' itru.'g-
i en'i .mi-, altogether reality. Mr. E. Duck-
woili,, as Cun AdolIple, phei r.t wv'itn .-w.h pi;it
ain'l wll,1 Iis character th.
pi'.,.o. A'iOn.t;, thI nni r'soi- ervaut, ,' [:a rto :'i
b7y 'r. TJoh H}. Mfv.-cr in a masterly imanun-r. nd
'c,'iti ually e<'ile.d forz., roars of lau'iglter by the
dry tiuani t'cof hi xi rEllnt acting. But thI. palm
of the ev- niing must be accorded to Mr. William
TJioniais K. B:)no wljh,:,de advent ii the rharacter of
Vic/orin, thI nise"r'.s dnughliter. created quite a sen.
Eatio<:a--tie make up .in; -;o periect that. the au-
dlum:e coubl1 nut believe it wa.o one of the sterner
sex, with ',,nutle an air and attractive withal.
Her love t1,1 naeriFieo for Count .A-do/ple were beau.
tifudly pourtrayted, amn the most tender emuotionus
of a wominn-beried upon her countenance during g
the varied ,ceines in the history rof their miutu.l af-
fection. Memrs. Drew, Burlook and Menzies a"
the three thieves aegaitted themselves in -or,..
stylA, anid.wol. nierted the applause they reo.rived.
In coneC 2.ic:. per'r-rmJd Ethiopian Box and Cox, and wc 11
s.stalnee it. widspr.end reputation by their roo-3
a tii G---rors of laue'lmter and ridiculous situariorn-
followod in quick succession and the audience were
well repaid for their acting si'les. Crowded J,>*
acted ar a stimnulius to the performers aid Captnin
Puzf-y, R:.., ard Lady, as also the Officers of the-
G.rris';u !'.iLted the "Alayflowei q -th '.LPee'!
presA-ue. Ulto'other it, was a magnificent suicce.s,
to, wLich Captain Puizcy has contributed much by
hiMi kinnde~s and attention :ho tho "May-fowers
Anatntc Dram Cti u Chub."

tr5r 256i.
Th1. following decisions were given by Sir Wm.
Younar, ns judge of the Vice-Admirally Court:-
The Genoa Col;ision.-Tho Plaintiff in this caEe,
resident in New. York, the owners of the Elba, a
barque oi the burtbea of 426 tons, of the estimated
vaine of $12,000, in April, 1879, arrested thea Ge-
waf., a ,brig of the burthen of 461 tons, owned at
HantRport, In this Province, for a collision attend-
ed with sariouq damage. Bail was puit in, the it.
bel rtan responsive allegations filled, several wit-
nessees examin.ed hbre, srid a eommissBio taken out
to New York in May, and an immense masseot
evidence acuumulated and returned here in De.
In Feby., 1879, bthe Elba sailed from Mattanzas,
In the Island of Cuba, with cargo of sugar and
some mraencnery, bound for New York. Tu Decr.,
1.578, the Genoa sailed from Dunkirk. in France, in
b.ilst, and as it comes out in the evidence, was
also bound for New York. The two vessels saw
each other on the 19th of February, off Barnagat
Light, on the coast of New Jcrsey, ten or twelve
miles from the shore, and at 3 o'clock, on the morn-
ing of Thursday, the 20tb, collided. Both had
their lights burning brightly, and visible to each
otilwi, the weather being somewhat hazy bnt calm.
Tb4 E1!b.7 was struck on the port side, near the after
part of the port channels. Four of the mbro;.,ds of
the Ifre ri-ging were carried away. The side of the
barque was stove in nearly to the water's edg', ,,"
long :boaf smaulhed,theforesall, j;h,and m0 i 4 i.':.'-i
,airl.;apt aails torn. The two vessels parted in aii
Ssitant., as one of the witnesses expresses it, lie:- a
flash of lighting, and the Elba was left, as her crew
Ouppesed, in a sinking condition. The weather
Was elear, but dark, and the sea was smooth. Had
t| been rough, thebark might have sunk ; but the
ul^lelwere plugged, and she got safely into New
terk, which was 40 to 45 miles distant, in the aft
ternoon of the same day. The brig, shortly after
the cuIV1on, went out of sight; and a serious
l, of her refusing. to give her name,
l i9arque to her fate. It is a signii.-
eOt ae' l ol bowver, .,hfl the brig went on
irttly, i--' and the "fact that she was
lboni4I4tfiM^'^ lAM ,tf eonlyincidentally in teo
t wQf#i#-o0 on lboMd. If one ot
*T ,pa M.Ir.edi, to,,.he master and mate
eyibe ^iKt w~hheld. fhe fact of the collision at
posiptj 54.1 b the Gimoa
by~llerby it lets ra into
l duitt f erede on both id ababn
realEtul Nsat A eotorsine, 'the heao, and
e.Uihe point of him strip he has adraeged me
jU etteerwhioh IIl1 how read, end in w.'i~ t

S... alifax,5th Aug., 1880.
The Hlonorable Sfr WVi. Young, St., Judge and
'. i jCoitilaryfdtftlef Vie -Adidalty Court.
Sia,-Havingh krtibihtguiiwnts of the C ouu-
gl engaged in the, case of the collision betwin the
tBirrqie',ba an'd Ibe brig Gunoa. which occurred
off the Port '%f Ne* Yotk, dn the morning of the
'rfrt 'i"!wrltri c sieft6, I auti ledib the follow-
ing conclusions :-
It.Is pp i.ttd on both side.tbat the wind at the
timoeftheteoiinion wag abountEaut, and that the

brig meaoa, while close hauled upon the port tack,
,IAlln;, S.S.E., struck The bart Elba on the port
slid.doing, frer serious damage.
Th, e,,videace goes to prove that whe4 the lookout
on board the Genoa made out the barque's side
light, he.bore about 24 points upon the starboard
(or fed b6o) at a distance of about 5 of a mile.
Tb"re appear to be much diversity of opinion
as to thV colour of the lights seen by those on board
the Genoa, but ,I think it will be sufliciert in the
Sfir plftce. to'estae the case as follows :-
Apsuming that the Genoa wasi crone hauled 6n
the poet tauk, and Lthe Elba close hauled on- the
staharto lar .el, then by article 1.2 of the "Regula-
SIbfd Preventting Collisions at Sea," the Ell,,
wust be held blameless ;
ARbTICti 12.
(1) "' Wilahb e o sailing ships are crossing so as
*'.Wtoir.,ri ofOottioi, then if they have the
. winA o~nifferent fides the ship with the wind on
the portaztle! (Genoa) shull keep out of the way of
lte jhijwitih the wind on the starboard side (Elba.)
(0) EeBxwpt In tte case in which the ship with
wind. ur tto port side is close hauled (Genoa), arnd'-hp.Qooio F~LE in which case the latter
t_e (keoz) shall keep out of the way."
.. It the evidence of those on board the Genoa, ex-
'cep-tiag thA*f Nelson, be admitted then the Elba
"wNhich i .ald4 NOT to have been on a wind but ruim.
ni.i^ flee, must in acmurdanee with thi; at.eir clakw
of Ai. 1.,e held liable for till the damage 'iune.,
I anm ot t.pinion that the great body of 1th s-i.
Atie %biclh as you know is very volutu!ir:;.-g(oe-
-tn.reve tlat the Elba was "close b 1.' -<" heading
.A,.E. If this is admitted, then the (iqusreOU as
-4o w ,'. lights were seen Irum the Genoa may at
o'uoete dismissed, and that under the eircumstan-
. A 4p< sretaii IArtdle 18.
WI .Aby trabove Rules one of the two ships
S4 .-rbut. e w-be~'ea (the G.noa) the other
'4 0 cous W e." -~e,,B-a then must be

held harmless, and the liability for all damages
Should.d f! upon the Genoa.
0 1I have the honor to be, Sir,
Your obedient servant,
P. A SCOTT, Capt. R.N.,
Chairman of the Board of Examiners of Masters
and Makif.
Nautical Assessor.
it i; tiOen on the evidence as a whole, on the
r,'til rd --urse. nf the two ships, and the legal
r.i'.i.->m of tbh mtariue rules which are embodied
Ai the Dominion Act of 1,63, now repealed and
modifid b;- 'ihe Act of last session, which comes
into force on the Orst of September next, that I pro.
nounce the 0'..oa in faulr, and direct reference in
the usual [fom for ascertaining the amount ot da-
mag?. to be paid .o tue Defendants with their tax-
ik'cle ccsin.

C:u b;bad savess a Vienna correspondent writing on
the 12th) is now literally swarming with visitors, and
lodging iQ, of course, fabulously dear. The great mna-
jority ol the health-seekers are as might be expected
rich people who make a practice of insulting their
stomachs with over-eating for ten months in the
? ear, and repair thither for the remaining eight weeks
to make amemi,.. Close to Carlsbad are Marieubad
and Franzensbadl (-teel)-just now quite Jull of vale-
tudinarians, the former for the liver, the latter exclu-
sively patronized by the fair sex-who here however
do n. t presentt a very captivating appearance but look
pale and flativ. Perhaps even better known to
E.gli hmen than this trio ii Teplitz, about 80 miles
off, wid! is ulphur spring., good for rheunmatism and
cert iri diseases. Here the style of invalid to
be .i-.. i- l quite different. Instead of being yellow
ard ila. iel is crippled and bent, toiling laboriously
vith help of a crutch or friendly arm-a sorry sight.
'T .ire onc.-e ,'iire in perfect order. It will be remem-
i,,: .: .1i,/ suddenly ceased to flow last year.
"l. liiai...*u., world was aghast till science and engin-
eering coaxed the truant waters (which had burrowed
ther way into the neighboring Dux mines, flooding
them and- doinw incalculable damage to the salt) back
to their f former beds. Tio necessary engineering
work, the hborings, shaft-rikings, and digging cost
many thnuszands of pounds. Yet another sulphur
spring exists in Austria, and that is Baden, a pretty
town one hour's train from Vienna. At least ten
Swells are hcr', and indeed the whole place smells like
a consignment of French eggs come to grief. The
neighbourhood is so pretty and so easy of access that
Badnc is the Thosen resort *-,f countless lnamiles, who
have studded the hill side-, with villas. Somehow
it is the larcurite retreat 1o the succesliul Hebrew. and
as a great many Hebrews .at successful Baden is full
of Jews, a fact which tenil r.,rch to keep away the
Christians, who prefer Tepiitz.

CURIOUs LEGAL. QUEST!oN.-A curious legal ques-
tion of inheritance has ari:Aen from the lamentable
railway accident in Blumeniberg, which resulted in the
death of several passengers. Among its victims wero
two Breslau gentlemen, Messrs. Koschl! and Callinich,
who had been clo3e friends for many years, and wero
so .strongly attached to one another that, sone months
previous to the journey which proved fatal to both of
them, they had executed a deed in virtue of which, on
the demise of either, the survivor should become en-
titled to thie whole property of the deceased. As both
parties to this Erbvertrag," or heritage agreement
perished in the accident above alluded to, their bodies
h:aing been found among the ruins of the second.
class carriage in which they had been travelling to-
gether, thl qu':c.ion arises, which, if either of them,
die-d L!,t, thereby becoming his friend's legal heir,
1a-l, assut:nbi.g tlat their deaths took place sirnultane-
ousi-., 'vhat di-,vsvitiu, e.ri lawfully be made of their
ro.'-pctr': iopprtIos ? The heirs-at-law of these
gpntiomen have applied to the Breslau Court of Equity
ior. clu:d.ation of this somewhat complicated problem
and the ultimate decision of that authority is awaited
with curiosity and interest in Prusshin legal circles.-
Daily Telegraph.

An ol( Judge of the New York Supreme Cour
meetir.g a friend in a neighboring village, exclaimed
-" Why, what are you doing here ?" I am at
work trying to make an honest living," was the reply.
S" Then you'll succeed," said the Judge, for you'll
have no competition."
' It is only the female mosquito that bites, but when
a man gets a 'chance to' belt one with a towel, hle is

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