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: VID00038
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: 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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No. 38-Vol. IIII.


24s. per Ana


Seplembebr 12111, IS.SO.

Proceedings of the Legislative Council.
(No. 33.)
Tuesday, 141h September, 1880.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Joalah Ree.s, Chief Justice,
The Honorable A. Musson,
ig Win. H. Gosling,
James H. Trimiiugham,
Eugenius Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Geni.,
R. E. Webster, Col. Secy.
The Bill entitled "An Act to extend the powers
of the Couti of Chancery with respect to the Real
Property of Lunatics" was read the second time,
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. W. IH. Gosling in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 17th instant, at

Come and See Aleyer's
Fitted up for the fashionable world, in the latest
style. Bring along nil your friends and relations,
as we have plenty of room, also plenty of line
Cakes Extra Ice Cream, and Extra line Con-
fectionery all made on our premises.
Order your Wedding Cake in time, as we
make only first class.
Large orders for lee Cream, at reduced rates,
for Churches, Fairs, Picnics, &e. Confection-
cry for tihe million, sold mostly nt any price,
wholesale and retail at MEYERh'S Confection-
cry and Ice Cream P'alice.
Corner Victoria St., 6 East Broadway.
Hamilton, Sept. 14, 1880.-4
N.I,.-Of course, our business is for C. 0. D

Kerosene Stoves.

The Subscriber has Received a
New Lot o]
Kerosene Cooking STOVES.
From the Richmond Stove Company.
A considerable number of similar Stoves have
been sold in these Islands and have in every
instance given great satisfaction.
Ilnmilton. Sept. 11, 1880.-2

Notice to Farmers.


usual Stock of

Tomatoe Box MA'rERIAL and Early Rose
POTATOES, in October next.
A. Cargo of Garnett POTATOES
As early as they can be obtained ripe and re-
And offer at once a fine .lot of
Eirpty "J3]EJL BARRELS."
Terms as usual moderate and accommodating.
Hlamilton, 14th September, 1SSO.--2


ALL Persons having any CLAIMS against
the Estate of T. M. JONES, late of
'aget Parish, nare requested to forward their
ACCOUNTS on r beJbre :30/h Instant, for
All Persons INDEBTED to the Estate will
please make Payment on or before 30th Novim.-
ber. All ACCOUNTS not arranged by above
date, will be placed in Legal haids for Collee
tionl C. A. JONES,
IHamilton, Sept. 14th, 1850.


Onion See

Onion Seed! !

TlE Undersigned hias just R1ceeied !Henryi
Ilarrell, Esqr's., i:u nal Supply of ONION
SE ED), and is now k eady for delivery.
All, who have ci-.'lied ,heir i.iames for iho
sale, will please call f,.. it on ur b. f,:, l:.t 2Iti.
of this present Mon/'. .\ i not be rei unisi-
ble for it after the Wa, ,e date. A f-v, i' ot'tle-
of both Red and W\hite not yet engaged. C'!l

No 3 & 5 Que,: n Street.
Hamilton, Sept. 7th, 1880.

The Ladies .dtd,


1 9

Intend having

In aid of Re-building the B. 1 E.

w '. '. )

~'A Banld will be in atteoda ico.
Price of A ili.t i 3llIJ .
I 'cmifi -oke, Sej 'c ialic' l. 1 H .

Boat1 "Uniol for
Sale by Tender.

The well known Boat

.'.a----,..-'. .- ,' .
Withl Masts, Sails, &e., is offered for Salu by
Tender's to be sent iti on or before ihe
25th In s tan t,
Addressed-Tender for Unio," nAls, J. A.
STEE.:PD, Hamiilton,.
Thel"owner does not hiad liersielf to accept
theI lowest or aniy 'iT ndler
Septombcr llith, I S0.--2

Read I h s .

HE Undersigned hlas just e-
ceived hi- lot of

From Teniierifi, via New York.
Persons 1who have engaged Seed will do w.ell
to call at once.
The entire lot %%ill bc, Sold at ,' p.r bottle
fur cash only, White and Red,
(.P" provided it is called for previuh.s to the
25th of this Month.
It can be purchased at the Store of J. IB.
ZUILL, Esqn., Somerset ; and -S. A. MAsTmI:iNs,
iEsQn., Ilamiltoiner froni the Suhibsrilber. The
SEED is warranted to beo as good as any cver
imported to these Is:ands.L
September 7th, S180.

A LL \\ho plant Onions and want a good
Crop, wi!l do well to get the SFED from
N. A. COOPER. It has just arrived from
Teueril'e, via New York, by the Bermtunda,"
and is now ready for delivery. Persons who
have engaged from him will please call for their
respective l.ots. Thloe who have niot en(l;gaed
frolm him, living in direl'e-nit parts of tlhe Coun-
try, mast find it couvneient to cull at the Store
of \VM. IlUGu.s, EsQr.., in Illamilton, iho has
kindly consented to be his A~ent there.
Wnrwick, 7th sept Ii'~.

Onion [lox Material.

The Undersigned will receive per
Brigt. Harry Stewart."
Due in :dl1 this week from Bana',ir, fMlaine, a
choice and well seasoned lot of

Onion Box Shooks
Which will be offered at reasonable
figures from the Whai.f,
Hami tou, Bermi;da, Au;Iust I16, 13SC).

Executor's Notice.

ALL Persons having just 1)lRIM N 1I)S against
the Estate of th(e late SYKE S.'l'TI, of
the Town of llamilton, Carpenter, deceased, are
requested to forward their Accotnts to MR. M.
S. HUNT, iamilton. on or before the 30/h Sep-
tember, proximo ; and all Persons indebted to the
said Estate are required to nwake Payment to .\ln.
HUNT on ur before the above mentioned date.
SOi'llKRONIA S TMITI, IEicutrix.
AugtisL 30tl, ISSu.

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\V ith :.i;ste, :-.; i" e *:-'.'..- ?.' .i l |d ti .. 1
80 BareI:!s and uipwl rd'. -i
Address A, Z., -.d ;l GiazeiLt' Otlice, stating
[All particulars.
Bermuda, Sept 14, 1880, Angust 31:r, lI: ..

J!E [rinder;L,'n",u repecifrillyv directs the at-
nti..on ofl' tihe im "ERC .\NTS' O Pl' 'R-
iMUI).1 to the fact that f,, soine y'ea0rs past lie
has br-'en cti iiie cleid ithl tlie IHouse of
H. K. F. B. T. I URBEFR CO.,
x'.\ porter., inpioi'telr and Mariufacturers
of J."od PAi oducts, Broadway, [eac.l and Hundsoln Strools,
Ne York City.
And duirinIg that time has attended personally to)
the execution of, Bermuida OrlI-dCr-, sOi th.t. he is
I,raclic -ll'y famiidiai".r wilh the wantL of that I liIud
in :ill th t i'elaiti. to Fo.d Producls a l ild'rocer-
ie.. et'ncrall'y.
Any Onlers that may be entriited to himu will
he faiutlfully and lproinptl' filed. with li he a.ssur-
ance that they will receive all lfile dlva ntage
'which tihe .peci-i:l 'ar,.i'ities orf tie lmessi3rs. Thur-
ber enable thlie to give. A trial order, no niatl-
i:1- how small. may result ini mutual benefit aIi(
will bIe appr,.'Cri't,.d l v
W\ith H. K. .S I. F T1.ltPiH;lit &A. CO.,
NtVw Ylk City.
. .. 18 ..S5(..--- "!l-i

T 11 :l" Under.,i lledi in co nsteilenci, of a chliin e
hin the \Vharfini;e-r, has been instructed to
collect all ou lstainililm (0 debts. Poi's,'is owing
the Coiporation of ianmilton through h'n for
\Vlharf:,Y, to 31st July, 1J8, arld for ihed Tax
for tinlhe -:aoon f a' d i prcri, .sm 1- l 8?.0 will
please call at onco andl settle sa:ue without de-
IH iamilton, A,u;t 17, iSAo.

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to FuTrnish

Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in lBurnaby Stieeth to any lper-
soin who niay desire a supply.
To Customers iii iliamiltoni arid Vicinity it
will blie delivered iy Cart daily-fromu about 10
o'clock till noon--coLniieciing on It April.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 lbs.
and upwards.
A penny hialf-penny under 12 lbs.
Iermuda Artificial Ice Company.
I amilton, March 2 1 th, 179.

Received from Loiidon,
By S. i ii\MAi:..\ V.A."
At thle Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
.1 further S'upply of
ENVE'.OPES, Foolkcap, Ltter and Note
Foolea:ip iOO)KS 'Priycr BOOKS
Church SE'RVICE:-,
llHamilton, Sept. 7Lthi, i.S0.

very description of C''L l siade ready for
J. V. EV.ANS takes tlin, opportunity to thi.ik
the Plublic in general for heiiir liberal pat)roiinagi,
anld will enideavoiur (:is in tlio past so ill tlhe
future), to merit their 'contitned favors.
1.1 Qlueen Sl tatot, iialnill n. .
;'elhria ry 3, I ,

FO '44dLEft.

One open Buggy,
To Seat Two.
Ono Sliding C'lecho CARRII.AG', to Senat
One Double CA-\tUAIAG., t., Seat Six.
O_)iei Extension Top P1lL-E ION, to Saent Two.
Thie .l:-ove are offered at low prices to make
room for recent addiitions.
Apply at Somerset l.IVErv STABLL.-, next
Soulth of Na;v'.l Cricket (Grouinid

To Let.
J24y 7(i 10 T0.- .


iZ' --

Pitch Pine.

The Undersigned


Of Schooner Hattie Card," from
SGANUTLING -3 in. x 4 In 2 iii.
x I iln., 2 in. \ 5 i:,., 2 in. .x I in., '3 in. x.!)
in., 2 in. x 12 in., 2 i.i x 3 in., and 1j x 3
in in '20 feet leingilhs

FLO)ORINC-ll in. x in. to 12 in., pl,
,<.n, j,,illod
I in. x 9 in. to 14, in., do.
I)rTTO--.I in. x 6 in plane t. and
1 in. i ,5 ii ., plaii d t. ar.d
EX ST' ;:E,

WHITE i. PINE, lCh-ar', .l Cn roi-.l iln..
1.1 in., 1. in., 2 in, :nill 3 iii.
WVITI:l PIN.:, i)r,.-l Ioaird.s-l-1 in.
D)IT'lT(t. G211d (|:ily- I in.
SIIINGLE a--White C-,iar


July 131h, -0.IO.

T HE Uildersigr, d has Received
fror, London a fi.t Class

With moveable figures, ,h'signat.l,! '' The Zulu
IBainLd" 1." [ipripa:l-ed 1o itlend,i at very reason-
able rates, Juvenile Parni- Concerts, Pic-Nies,
Thie M Msic is first (iBa-s and the wonderful
mlemeull .o of' the Barind are most namusing- and
Hla ilton, 7th, I D8.'_.,

a_ S. T JJV itter,
Watchmaker, Jeweller & En-
QOfers for Sale Cheap,
A Choice Sulection of
I'atIches, Clocks, Jewelfhy
and Silver Plated Ware,
And Persons intending to purcha-se will find (by
calling at his Store,) ample room to say I
have at last found a Cheap .lewulry Store "
N. B.-Parties wxho have not Settled their
Accounts for the past four years, need not ask
for Goods on Credit, but extend to all the same
Call and See.
Rei- 1 Sir,el t i;ext i\ t Gazette Oflice.
Deceilbe1r 15th, 187D9

Linme! Lime!! Lirmei !! !
F 0 11 .S 1 L E ,
Good liar'lstone 1.1 iE ,ieliverel at any part
of Il anI ilt',i at ( e hilling- per itishel.
JOHN rT10l3O TU[INE ,1
Mlodel Flarm, 8,u(ith's Parish.
September C iih 18i0.


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-hi innsIILulI. 13 i..%1 -iu jc,

I I a mui I ton'.

(' ".d^i,^ .; e /t a 'ils,
11 (:i ;,i i "i i- Consignninmt of I iWn.l iro.lnce and hIndents
for Goods, PrGnmptlly and r:i'efnlly attended to.
June 1,i .'OwJ.-- li


Line! Lime !! Lime!!!

Warranted burnt from

the Pure

For Sale by
Junie 8, IS0.-tf Devonshire


Uril E above WATCHES for both
j adi; s and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned: Any grade Move-
nient niot ini Stock 'ill be furnished at the
laui..!e-toi'.i list price. Also, make to order
anq st; le of Case 'jii] Crest, Monogram, &c.,
Remiinmnber the American \Watchl Co. received
the Gold .Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Street, I lamilton, ,
Deer 16, 1878. U o.o.

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Ai Aih,
La CO.,

fflaippillon, Rcrumflog

Cl;oni al &c t ay's ffle,
6"ri SEPTEM.BER, 1880.
F TIE following. ACTS have been passed by
the L-gis-lature of B1ermuda. during the
pri,,,;lt Session, viz
ISSO--Session II.
No. 12.-An Act to roi eulate the sale of Wini,
Spirits and Malt Liquor.
(In force to 3 :st. D-cember, 1SS5.)
No. 13..-An Act, to outinue the Act-to estab-
li.h a lidant ot' Ag'rictullture.
(Ili foreo to 31st Deeeimber, 1890.)
No. 11--An Act to continue the Acts relating
to Iiiiilig'ration.
(In foruc to 31st: December, 1890.)
By ll...I Honor's Cunamand,
3 Colonial Seeretary,
TE Pulieii is hereby notified that on and
fter tIhe
24th Instant,
And until further notice, certain alterations
and Imiprovem(?nts are about to be made to
thi.- Pub)li Road by lowerhain the Road on the
Hill, commonly called COTTAGE HILL,
lying betwe(.n Crawl Point and Baileys Bay
Hamilton Parish. A light will be placed near
the work in progress from Sunset to Sunrise
until the Road is considered safe.
Colonial Surveyor.

Direct Mlonthly Steam Coninuni-
cation between

Bervmi da&London

S'l'EAM1ElRS leave Loi.don the iast Tiiursd.ay
in each month.
R. P. ATKIINS & CO., Coinsiihsion Mer-
chants, Loiilon, execille iiidunts for every;-de.-
eriptioni of Goods for shipment by these Stiim-
Ilii.jest Maiket lRates secured for consigni
ments of lierutida I'roduce.
'for Freight, Passage, anid all infurnation,
Apply to
Agents for.Stea'ners, Ilamiltoin.
June 5, 18S0.-!2 1n

Great progress has been nilade within a 1--w
years in nmaiiulacturing lood product" and tho
standard of quality has been raised to a point far
hevonI that uhiichI lurrmerlv ohiained. 0\' claim
tlhat nthi.- hli, to a conidcrablhe extent, been duo
to our eflorts: as the Largest Ma.r.ulacturers andi
Dealers ii tlho world in this line, we consider iS
our interest to manufacture only PUR antd WlOLK--
0.1O.: goo1., and pack lhem in a tily and attrac-
tire manner. All goods bearing our nime are
guaranteed to be ofl suiperi'ur quality, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase price in
any case where customers have cause for dissa-
tiianction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and customers to use THURBER'S
II. K. & F. B. TIIUI.BcER & CO.,
Iinporter., Manlacturer, and De.:lirs in Food



Gil.,bl' Hill Light Station at iermudn. between the
12th and 19th Sept., lS)0: heiht above the sea,
where thie Register is kept, being 246 feet.




N N6

C -I
, L

76 7
76 7
76 7
76 7
74 7
78 7
77a 7

S cf General Remarks.
a -

q, O9* 0-0 Fine
6 29'-79 0"00 Cloudy
5 29-770 0.00 Thick, rainy
'5 29-850 0-15 Fine
'4 29-900 0-15 Cloudy, squally
' 29- 90 0-17 Fine, unsettled
'5 30)03)0 o0 Fine

HHamilton, September 21, 1880.

His Excelleucey Major-General SIR ROBEnT MI-
CHAEL LAFPAN, K.C.M.G., R.E., Governor and Com-, having returned in the Steamer
Bermuda" on Monday night, on Tuesday last re.
onmed the Administration of the Government of
these Islands, which has, during his absence, been
ably conducted by COL. E. C. A. GORDON, C.R.E.


Proceedings of the Legislative Council.

Friday, 17th September, 1880.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Raes, Chief Justie,.
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Wm. H. Gosling,
oi James H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
', R. E. Webster, Col. Secy.
E. C. Gordon, Colonel, Com.
manding R. E.
The House resumed in Committee the considera-
tion of the Bill entitled "An Act to extend the
powers of the Court of Chancery with respect to the
Real Property of Lunatics."
The Hon. W. H. Gosling in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend.
The House adopted the Report.
The Bill entitled "An Act to amend the Police
Establishment Act, No. 20, 1875," was read the
second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. J. H. Trimingham in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The Houwe resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
The House adopted the Report.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 21st instant, at


Absiracl of thc Proceedings of the Honorable
,- housee of Assembly.
Monday, 2017 Sept.-Mr. Fraser gave notice that
on the next day of meeting but one be will ask the
Attorney General (as the Government representa-
live in this House) whether there is a probability
of his introducing during this Session, a Bill on
the subject of burials, founded on an Act recently
passed by the Imperial Parliament, and which has
met with the special approval of our gracious and
beloved Sovereign.
Mr. Wilkinson presented a Petition from Thos.
L. Outerbridge, Causeway Bridge Keeper, praying
that a small rowing boat be supplied for use at the
Bridge in place of one destroyed by the late hurri-
cane, Ac.
The House, on motion of Mr. C. Peniston, consi.
dered in Committee the Message of His Honor the
Acting Governor, No. 33, relating to additional
buildings at Nonsuch slland Quarantine.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. C. Peniston moved that it be recommended
to the House to make provision for building addi.
tional accommodation at the Quarantine Station at
Nonsuch Island in accordance with plan and esti-
mate sent with the Acting Governor's Message No.
33,.and to place a sum at the disposal of the Board
of Public Works to commence the proposed additi,
onal buildings.
Mr. Fraser moved that, taking into consideration
the present state of the Public Treasury the mea-
sure be postponed until the next Seesion-which
wan negatived.
Ayes 6-Meirs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Cooper,
R J P Darrell, R D Fiaser, W S Masters.
Nays 19-Mepssrs. N J Darrell, T N Dill, J
Fowle, S B Gray, E Hl Gosling, H H Gilbert, S A
Harvey, T D Middleton, S A Masters, T W Mer-
cer, T1' A Outerbridge, S C Outerbridge, A M Oud-
ney W R Peniston, C PeniSton, J N Smith, R
TyJes, W 11 Wilkinson, T J Wadion.
Mr. Penistou'a motion was affirmed.
The House resumed and adopted the resolution
of the Committee.
On motion of Mr. C. Peniston, the ActingGo v-
ernor's Message, No. 34, relating to a Clock and
Clcck Tower, was considered in Commmnittee.
Mr. W. S. Masters in the Chair.
Mr.C. Peniston moved that it be recommended
to the -louse to adopt the Colonial Surveyor's
plan for erecting a Clock Tower in the centre of thelb
South Fiont of the Session' House with such mo.
difilcations and improvements as the Board of Pub.-
ict Woiks shall see lit to adopt.
Mr. Cooper moved to add-Provided the whole
coat does not exceed *700 exclusive of the Clock-
which wal agreed to.
Mr. Wilkinson moved an amendment-" Or such
other plan as the Board shall see fit to adopt and
that the Board be autborised to obtain other plans
for the T'rower before proceeding with the Building-

which was agreed to.
Tbe original motion as amended was then affirm..
ed. Ayes 18. Nays 11,
The louse resumed and adopted the resolution
of the Committee.
The Bill to provide for taking up Land* for Pub.
lic Works, was again committed.
Mr. J. W. Peat man in the Chair.
lst Clause agreed to.
The Attorney General moved the 2nd Clause
(with several amendhiaent agreed to).
The Clause as amended was then affirmed.
A ye IG-Mesars. Speaker, T N Dill, R D Fra.
serL S B Gray, EU 1 Uoling, S A Harvey, TD
Middkton, T W Meicer, AdMasters, T A Outer.
bridEg', S C Outerbridge, A M Oudney, t Peniston,
J N smiih, W 11 Wilkinson, T J Wadson.
NU}s 7-Mesais. S U Bell, F M Cooper, It J P
Dairell, N J Darnell, W S Mastcr, WVR Penis.
ton, lR Tynes.
The 3rd,4th, 5tb, 6;h,7th Clauses were agreed to.
The Attorney General mov.d the 8th Clause.
The House resumed.

The Chairman nblained leave to sit again.
Adjourned to Monday next.
Produce Markino of Packages Bill.
Public Lands Bill;

Sept. 13-Barkentine Bessie, Date, London; goods
for merchants and government stores.-Agent, T.
F. J. Tucker.
14-Mail Steamer Bermuda. Wilson, New York ; as-
sorted cargo.-A gen (s, Trott & Cox.
17-Brigt. Harry Stewart, Pendleton, Bangor, Maine ;
onion box material, &c., to J. T. Darrell & Co. and
S. S. Ingham.
18-Brigt. T. ff. A. Pitt, Young, Liverpool, N.S.;
lumber, &e., to T. H, Pitt.
Sept. 15-Mail Steamer Bermuda, Wilson, New York ;
51 pkgi. liquors, 3 boxes coflFe, 8 half barrels ar-
Sept. 15-R. Mf. Steamer Beta, Shaw, Jamaica; as-
sorted cargo.-Agent, J. M. Hayward.
Barque Daniel Draper. Sedgly, New Orleans; in dis-
tress; 5622 bales cotton.-Agents, W. C. Hyland &
17-Brig Twilight, Cook. Shelbourno, N.S. : in diii
tress; seed oil and lumber.-Agent, J. S. Darrell.
Sept. 17-R. M. Steamer Beta, Shaw, Halifax; mails
and inward cargo from Jamaica.
In the Mail Steamer Bermuda on the 13th instant
from New York :-IHis Excellency Major-General Sir
R. M. Laflan, R.E.. K.C.M.G., Mism Carpenter, Miss
J.:Despard, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Child, Mrs. T. Ker-
risk and child. Mrs. Boucher, Captain J. N. Hyatt,
Messrs. Theophilus. J. Lightbourn, D. B. Sprague, T.
ff. Outerbridge, E. Nelmes, A. G. Butllerfield, Jr.-
2sdjCabin, Miss S. E. Alford, Miss C. J. Altbrd, Misi
Frances Daley. and 2 in Steerage.
In the T.H.A. Pitt. from Liverpool, N.S. :-Mr.
Henry Hallett and Master Arthur Pitt.
In the R. M. Steamer Beta for Halifax on Wednes-
day last:-John F. Burrows, Esqr., M.C.P.. and Mrs.
Burrows, Capt. Charles E. Pye, Messrs. William P.
Nelmes and W. M. Gault.-From Jamaica for Hali-
fax, Captain and crew of Brigt. Caroni" wrecked at
In the Mail Steamer Bermuda on Thursday last for
New York :-Mrs. Richard Kemnpe. Lt. Cleevo, R.E..
Lt. Von Donop. R.E., and servant, Asst. Corny. F.
G. Wintle, Staff Sergt. Deighton, Mrs. Deighton and
2 children. Messrs. Geo. 0. Whitney. E. Reid Mercer,
Those. J. Jones, R. L. Robinion, Richard H. Duerden,
Durham Dickinson, Richmond Whitter. Fairley Ing-
barn, W. H. Barritt. Walter Barritt and John Barritt.
-2nd Calin, Seth Thoa. Swan, W. G. Outerbridge.--
Steerage, Wmin. Walker.-Deek, Joseph Steadman, S.
R. Grumpus, Joseph Duudra and Edward Manning.
Barque Sir G. F. Seymour loading at London to sail
September 10.
FBox LOG or BRIOT. "T. H. A. PUrT."
Wednesday, Sept. 8th, lat. 42-05, long. 64-30,
moderate breezes from N.E. and cloudy. At 6
p.m. wind freshening and thick rain took in the
light sails. At midnight, fresh gales from N.E.
Barometer at 30 60. Brought ship to on starboard
tack, wind rapidly increasing, and hauling south.-
erly. Lower topsail and fore-topmast staysail
blew out of the gaskets, and were at once blown
away. At 3 a.m. Barometer at 29-50, and blowing
a perfect hurricane, ship lying under bare poles.
Started lee side of deck load. At 5 a.m., wind S.
S. W., Barometer at 29-40 and port-side of deck
load washed clean off. At 10 a.m., wind moderat-
ing, and hauling to Westward. Also lost 2 horses,
and 2 cows, from effects of storm.
Brigt. "Twilight," of Shelbourne, N.S., John F.
Cook master, reports, left Shelbourne 27th ultimo,
bound to Trinidad, W. I. with a cargo of white
pine lumber, fish and potatoes. On the 31st ex-
perienced fresh gale and heavy sea from S.S.W.,
wind veering from N. to S.E., took in sail, sea in-
creased with every prospect of a hurricane, lat.
38-26, long. 62-05. 1st, wind increased from E.N.E.
with a very heavy sea, while scudding the ship a
heavy sea boarded her, filling her up with water
was forced to cut away deck load. 2nd, blowing a
hurricane, wind N.N.E., vessel lying on her beam
ends with yards in the water, sea making a com-
plete breach over her, washing everything move.
able off the deck, staving in skylight and filling
cabin with water. At 10 p.m. for the preservation
of ship and cargo was forced to cut away foremast
which was lost with all attached, also lost jibboom
and main-topmast, vessel then righted. At
11 p.m. found about 3 feet water in the hold, got
out a drag, after which vessel made better weather,
got pumps to suck and found vessel making about
50 strokes an hour, lat. 35-06, long. 60-15 W. 3rd,
also blowing terrific from N.N.E., at 2 a.m., mod.
rated, at 3 a.m. wind hauled to S.E. and blew
harder than before, it was impossible for the men
to be on deck without being lashed, at midnight
gale abated. 4th, commenced with fine weather
and light breeze from S.W., crew employed clear-
ing away the wreck and rigging jury-foremast, and
bent pieces of sails. 5th, at noon, Bermuda bore
S.W., distant 205 miles, which place we made for,
experienced variable weather up to time of arrival
on 16th inst.-Agent, J. S. Darrell.
Brigt. "Twilight" spoke, 10th inst., Brigt. "Wil-
helmina," of and from Lunenburg, N. S., bound to
Porto Rico, all well did not experience any stormy
The dates and hours from the Captain's log, are
see time.

DowINGo STBRET, August 23.-The Queen has
appointed Lieut..General Sir J. H. Lefroy,
K.C.M.G., C.B., to administer the Government of
the Colony of Tasmania and its Dependencies.

We understand that the Troopships "Tamar"
and Crocodile" are expected to arrive here about
the 8th November next, with four Batteries Royal
Artillery and three Companies Royal Engineers,
Drafts, and 86th Regiment to relieve the 19th, the
latter Regiment going to Halifax, N.S., to relieve
the 97th. The Royal Engineers are to relieve
thred Companies now stationed here. The 21st and
32nd Companies, R. E., proceed to Gibraltar, and
the 25th Company to England.

The "Northampton" is the lion of the hour in
Quebec. The equipment of the Flagship and the
courtesy of her officers are commended.
A Complimentary Ball by the Citizens of Quebec
to Vice Admiral Sir Leopold McClintock, and
Officers of H. M. S. Northampton, Blanche and For.
ester was to have been given at the Musie Hall, on
Thursday last.

From Armry and Navy Gazettle, Aug. 21.
Arrangements have been made for Sir Bartlo
Frero to return to England in the Union Steam-
ship Company's Royal Mail Packet leaving Cape
Town on Sept. 14.
The Afghan War Relief Fund for the relief of
the widows and orphans of all those who have fall.
en, or may yet fall, in the Afghan war-Commit-
tee, Earl Lytton, Lord Napier of Magdala, Gens.
Sir Henry Norman, Sir Saml. Browne, Sir Michael
Biddulph, Sir Chas. Keyes and Sir Riuhd. Pollock.
Subscriptions should be sent to Messrs. Cox, Co.,
Craigs Court, S.W.
ATALANTA RELIEF FUND.--20,000 is the amount
estimated as necessary for the relief of the number.
ous dependent relatives.

from 1 to 20 tons has always proved a most fair
handicap for the usual 9 mile race, the larger boats
being supposed rather to have the advantage,
but when a particularly smart little boat (all honor
to her designer and owner) appears in the field and
wins, which has happened only once before in fif-
teen or twenty years, the Public takes fright and
would shut her out most unfairly by classing her
with the "Ju.lia," or perhaps, by the same rule,
prevent her competing for the Challenge Cup.
I remain, yours truly,

Soptembor 18, 1880.


UPTON, P. Q, Sept. 8.-This morning at day.
break the Herald correspondent in common with
the rest of the people here, was early astir. There
had been a very sleepless night In the village, and
in the outskirts, upon the roads where the effects of
the terrible disaster had been felt most severely, the
men were up all night battling with desperate en-
ergy for what the gale of Monday afternoon had
left intact. Fortunately there was no wind to speak
of, andithe smoke hung over the desolate scene like
a pall, through which the sun peeped as though it
were the orb of an avenging Cyclops surveying the
These fires in the woods often caused by careless
camp fires extend rapidly by reason of the thick
underbrush. In fact the district traversed by the
flames lies between St. Hughes and St. Valerien
fifteen miles in width, and from St. Dominique to
the River St. Francis, some thirty miles in length.
What the end may be it is useless to speculate up-
on. Already about one hundred and twenty fami.
lies have been rendered homeless and their pros-
pects ruined, their farms destroyed and beggaiy
staring them in the face. Thus between four and
fire hundred people aie homeless-all this at the
commencement of winter, when the average French
Canadian farmer wants all the help he can get.

steadily maintained in regard to the Eastern ques-
tion, and that the powers which signed the treaty
of Herlin are pressing upon the Sublime Porte, with
all the authority which belongs to their united ac-
tion, the measures which, in their.belief, are best
calculated to insure tranquility in the East.
I have not been unmindful, during the few
months which have elapsed since I last addressed
you, of the considerations which I have stated
would guide my policy on the north-western fron-
tier of my Indian Empire. Measures have already
been taken for the complete military evacuation of
Northern Afghanistan, and some progress has been
made toward the pacification and settlement of the
country. A renewal of hostilities by the Afghans
under Ayoob Khan has rendered necessary further
military operations in Southern Afghanistan. The
prompt measures taken by the Government of India
for the relief of the garrison of Kandahar, and the
conspicuous ability and energy displayed by my
officers and troops in the execution of those mea-
sures, resulting in the brilliant victory recently
gained by the gallant force under the command of
Sir Frederick Roberts, will, I trust, speedily bhing
to an honorable termination the war in that divisi-
on of the country.
I regret that it has not hitherto been possible to)
give you such information on the general state of
Indian finance, and the recent miscarriages in pre-
senting the accounts of military expenditure, as you
would justly require before entering on a practical
consideration ot the subject. You may, however,
rest assured that I shall redeem my pledge to sup-
ply you with this information at the earliest period
in my power.
No advance has recently been made in the pro-
ject of a South African confederation, nor could atiy
advantage arise ironm endeavors to pre.s it forward
except in proportion to a favorable movement of
public opinion in that portion of the Empire. The
general state of affair in South Africa, however, is,
on the whole, satisfactory, except in Basuto-land,
where I trust that a moderate and conciliatory po-

lltti By the kind permission of Li.-Col. Walker
and the Oflicers 99th ()Okni of Edinburlih',) Htegimentt,
the Band will play in Victoria P'ark, lhamilton, This
(Tuesday) afternoon, from 4 to G p.m. (weather per-
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Our attention has been drawn to a brief account
in the Field 3rd July, of the voyage of the above
yacht, which arrived here from Nassau on 5th May
last, and for some reason, in violation of the law,
came up the North Side without hoisting a yellow
flag. On its being discovered that she camo from
an infected port the Hlealth Officer of course or-'
dered her into quarantine; but she was permitted
to return to the East End to take in water and pro-
visions. A most unfortunate delay occurred in
getting her supplies on board, the whole of the 6th
May being lost in consequence of its being so calm
that no sail boat could get to her. We cannot
learn that any Government Officer was to blame
for this delay, but the owner of the Alkelda com-
plains bitterly of it, and advises all British yachts.
men to avoid Bermuda. No doubt the detentionwas
irksome, and perhaps irritating, to the gentlemen
and ladies on board, and it is much to be regret-
ted. But Mr. Earle and his friends would not chafe
under our quarantine restrictions, unpleasant, and
even injurious, as they sometimes must be, if they
understood what fearful reasons we have to dread
the arrival in the early summer months of vessels
from yellow fever ports. The Alkelda lost 24 hours
in consequence of a dead calm, and perhaps nearly
as many more by reason of the quarantine regula-
tions; but what was that compared with what the
people of these Islands might have lost by the arri-
val of the vessel after holding communication-al-
though it may be little communication," as Mr.
Earle writes-with a fever-stricken city '? Travellers
must learn to respect the laws and interests of the
countries they visit. They are entitled to all hos.
pitality, but they must not expect precautions which
are, or at least are believed to be, of vital import.
ance to the places they visit to be dispensed with
in their favor.

To the Editor of the Royal Ga:ette.

Letter from the Principal Keeper, St. David's
Light House. He confirms the Report of the
Quarantine Station Keeper on Nonsuch Island as
to the Earthquake.
St. David's Island, Bermuda,
17th September, 1880.
DEAB SIR,-Please excuse my not replying soon-
er to your note asking for particulars of the late
hurricane. Sunday 29th August, commenced with
the sky overcast, at noon wind Easterly, the weath-
er began to look threatening. At 4 p.m. wind
about N.E., squally-with fine rain, heavy sea rol-
ling in from the Eastward. At 8 p.m. the wind
had reached to force of a gale and gradually back-
ing to the North at which point it stood at mid-
night. At 12 midnight I went on duty in the
Lighthouse, wind increasing to hurricane force, at
1-45 of the 30th, wind shifted in a tremendous
squall from N. to N.W. taking a portion of slate
from the cottage. At 3-30 or 3-45 wind again stift.
ed in a still more tremendous squall accompanied by
N.W. to S.W., taking more slate from roof of cot-
tage. At 4 a m. wind began slightly to abate but
blowing still very hard and with heavy rain. At
4 p.m. bright spots began to appear in the sky to
the West and the storm broke. The Lighthouse
being a new building, was on trial that night and
bravely weathered the storm, the loosing of the put-
ty around the glazing of the Lantern panes being
the only damage, the light burnt brightly and well
all that night. The true hurricane was from mid-
night of the 29th Aug. to 4 a.m. of the 30th.
Yours very respectfully,
Principal Keeper of Mount Hill Lighthouse.

PHrILADELPiIA, Seprt. 5.-The British steamer
Coronet, from Gibraltar Aug. 16, reports that on
Aug. 29, in lat. 32"49, long. 54-3y, a hurricane from
southwest to northwest stove her bulk head, split
the sails, broke the propeller blade, stove the water
tank and did other alight damage between decks.

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
SB,-In your Special Correspondent's account
of the R. B. Y. C. Races he mentions that formerly
there were two pure races for two classes of boats,
evidently inferring that little boats were not to
compete with the large ones, but I beg to say that
the Race for the 2nd Class (when the Public were
liberal enough to supply the Committee with funds)
was instituted for the benefit of the small boats
which were supposed to stand no chance sailing
with the big ones, and, if my memory serves me, on
no occasion has a small boat been debarred from
entering for the larger prize.
The R. B. Y. C. Time Table compiled for beats

Linle from lihe Uiitelld ialate, Europe,
The Quebec Steamship Co. Steamer Denrm,,ir,,
Cptl. Wilson, was signalled about 5 p.m. Monday,
came up in the moonlight and anchored off Devon-
shire Dock, giving His Excellency the Governor,
Major-General Sir R. M. Laffan, K. C. M. G.,
who came passenger, an opportunity to land and
reach Mount Langton before midnight. The Ber-
muida sailed Friday p.m. and came to her dock in
Hamilton before 7 a.m. Tuesday. We tender Capt.
Wilson and Purser Dupont our thanks for late pa-
pers, and W.T. James, Esqr., for his attention in
New York.
Shares Delaware and Hudson Canal Co., 87 @
87 .
The Manhattan Market, covering 100,000 square
feet of ground, divided into three departments, the
finest market building in NewYork,situated on Ele.
venth-avenue, between Thirty-fourth and Thirty.
fifth streets, was completely destroyed by fire early
on the morning of Sept. 9. The flames extended
also to a number of bay and feed sheds on the
south side of Thirty.fourth Street and running
through to Thirty-third Street, and the fire threat-
ened to be one of the largest that has occurred on
the West side of the City for many years. Early
this year it was purchased by a corporation called
the Metropolitan Market Company, and entirely re-
novated for public market purposes. The original
cost of the building was $1,300,000. It was first
opened in 1871, with a grand flourish, Oakey Hall,
who was then Mayor of the City, laying the corner-
A despatch from St. John's, N. F., to Hender-
son Brothers, agents of the Anchor Line, New York,
received on the morning of the 9th inst., announces
the loss of the steamship Anglia, after a collision
with the bark Trongate, which sailed from Antwerp
August 15 for New York. The Anglia, Captain
Garrie, sailed from Boston on the 2nd inst. with a
cargo of grain, provisions, fruit, flour and general
merchandize. There were 838 head of catile on
board. The crew numbered about 50, and there
were no passengers. On the 6th inst., while off
the Banks of Newfoundland, the Anglia encoun-
tered the British bark Trongate, Captain Dunn,
bound from Antwerp for New York. The Anglia's
boats reached St. John's in safety, but nothing
could have been saved from the steamer by the
crew, as the time must have been but very brief
between the collision and the foundering of the
vessel. The Trongate does not appear to have suf-
fered much damage from the collision, as bshe is
reported to be on her way to New York, after the
rough shock she must have experienced.
SAVANNAH, Ga., Sept. 5.-A special to the Morn-
ing Newns from Jacksonvilla, Fla., states that six
seamen and a passenger from the wrecked Vera
Cruz (valued $250,000, insured $165,000), reached
that place from St. Augustine yesterday afternoon.
They, with four others-two seamen and two pas-
sengers-are supposed to be the only survivors.
They report that a cyclone struck the steamer on
Saturday, forty miles this side of Cape Canaveral,
30 miles off shore, at 4 p.m. The deck load was
thrown overboard and the sea swept the decks
clean. At two a.m. on Sunday the water reached
the engine rooms and extinguished the fires. At 5
a.m. the Captain was washed overboard and the
first and second mates were killed while lowering
boats, and by six o'clock the vessel founderil.
The passengers and crew were provided wihb life
preservers, but many were crushed and killed in
the wreck. The survivors were washed ashore at
Daytona and Port Orange. Several bodies have
been buried.
The survivors of the Vera Cruz will leave for
Savannah en route to New York. Three ladies
and two seamen were buried at Matanzas Inlet
yesterday The survivors are expected here on the
City Point to-morrow.
Twelve wrecks have been reported-two steamers
and ten sailing vessels-among them the schooner
Ada J. Simonton from Pensacola for Boston, la-
den with lumber. The crew was saved. Twelve
of the crew of a Norwegian bark got ashore yester-
day near St. John's Bar. The coast for 100 miles
is Strewn with goods of all descriptions from wrecks.
A large schooner, copper bottomed, was seen float-
ing off Matanzas Inlet.

LONDON, Sept. 7.-Parliament was prorogued to-
day. The following is the Queen's speech, read by
the Royal Commission :
Mr LORDS AND GENTLEMEN: It is with satisfac-
tion that I find myself at length enabled to release
you from your arduous labors. I continue to re-
ceive assurances of the most friendly character from
all foreign powers. The failure of the Sublime
Porte to execute, according to its engagement, the
plan agreed upon in April last for the determina.-
tion of the Ottoman frontier lying toward Montene-
gro, has caused unfortunate delays in the settle-
ment of that question, and the treaty of Berlin has
not yet taken effect in other points of import-
ance which remained open at the commencement of
the session. The Governments which were parties
to that treaty have communicated to the Sultan
their judgment on the means of bringing to a satis-
factory settlement the Greek and Montenegrin fron-
tier questions, on the administrative organization
of the European Provinces of Turkey, and on the
principal reforms required in the Asiatic Provinces
inhabited by the Armenians. For the attainment
of the objects in view, I continue to place reliance
on the fact that the conceit of Europe has been

licy may al'av the agitation caused by the enforce.
meant of Ihe Disarmament act.
temwl'r you my thanks for the liberal provision
which you have made to meet the charges of the
public service.
MY LoRnD AND G(ENTLerEN: I acknowledge with
thankfulness to the Almighty the happy continu-
ance during several weeks of fine weather for secur-
ing the harvest, which gives in many placesreason-
able promise of abundance. I am thus enable,' to
anticipate both a further revival of trade and some
addition to the revenue of the country for the year: ;
and I dwell with especial pleasure upon the proba-
ble improvement in the condition of the people of
Ireland, who have so seriously suffered from tha
previous failure of the crops. I rejoice also to ob-
serve that. notwithstanding the lateness of the pe-
riod at which you began your labors, your indela-
tigable zeal and patience have been enable to add to
the statute-book some valuable laws. I refer part, u-
larly to your settlement of the long contested ques-
tions relating to the subject of burials ; to the edu-
cation act, and the anot for better d termining the
liability of employers ; and to these I would add the
act relating to ground game, the repeal of the malt
duty, the Savings Banks act, and the Post Office
Money Orders act, and the measures for bettering
the condition of merchant seamen, and providing
for the safer carriage of grain cargoes. 1 trust that
these measures may, under Divine Providence, con.
tribute to the welfare and prosperity of my people.
During the ceremony of prorogation, of the mem.
bears of the House of Commons, about 60 were pre-.
sent, including Premier Gladstone. Of the mem-
bers of the House of Lords, besides the five Royal
Commissioners, only one Liberal and two Conser-
vatives peers were present, together with about 15
ladies, none of whom were peeresses. The north
gallery of the House of Lords was filled with spec-
tators. The ceremony began at 2-10 o'clock p.m.,
and was over at 2-27. Parliament was prorogued
until the 24th November next.

LONDON, Sept. 6.-General Roberts telegrapos
from Candahar. under date of September 3 :-" All
of Ayoob Khan's guns have now been found and
brought in. Ayoob Khan has fled to Khakrez with.
out stopping. Hie is probably in Zemindawar to-
day. Hashem Khan and the other Sirdars and
chiefs, with two exceptions, went with him. lie
had no baggage, and no troops except a few Hera.
tee horse. He is said to have announced his in-
tention of going straight to Herat."
The total casualties of thereconnoissance of-Aug.
31 and the battle of the 1st inst., amounted to 24S,
including two officers Elightly wounded, not before
reported. Thirty-two guns were captured, includ-
ing two that had been captured from General Bur-
rows. Prisoners say that these were all the guns
Ayoob Khan had.
The correspondent of the Times at Simla tele.
graphs as follows:-"The government must now
decide the Candabar question. It is impossible to
bolster up the Wali, who is not supported by the
people. We must annex Candahar or give it to
the Ameer Abdurrahman, or try to found an inde.
pendent State composed of Herat and Candahar.
The second plan would be the best one. A British
force might be maintained, if necessary, near Can.
dahar in a fortified cantonment, and the railway
might be completed." Yakoob Khan's eight wives
and two sons (aged resl ectively nine and seven
years) have joined him at Mussoovie, one of the
three hill stations of the Northwest provinces.
LONDON, 5.-The following despatch has
been received from General Roberts, giving the-de-
tails of his victory over Ayoob Khan. It is dated
Candahar, Sept. 2, and runs thus :--"The report of
the reconnoisanees carried out by General Hugh
Gough and Colonel Chapman on the 31st ult., af-
forded me all necessary information regarding the
enemy's position. I found it quite practicable to
turn his rig'at and thus place myself to the rear of
the Baba-Wali Range, where Ayoob Khan's main
camp was. I decided on doing so, and commenced
the attack shortly after nine o'clock yesterday
morning. To cover my design I made preparations
for a direct attack upon Baba-Wali. This feint
was entrusted to the troops of the Candahar garri.
son, under General Primrose, who also arranged to
occupy my advanced positions of the previous day.
At the same time the cavalry brigade under Briga-
dier Hugh Gough advanced upon the -left, and,
without difficulty, reached Aigand-Ab, whereitwas
well placed for pursuit should the enemy break
either toward Girishk or Kahrez. The attack was
made by the First and Second brigades, under Gen.
erals Macpherson and Baker, with the the Third
brigade, under General Macgregor, in support, the
whole infantry being under the command of Gener-
al Ross.
An elevated village within 1,200 yards of our
position was strongly held by the enemy, and
had first to be taken. This was done in a
most gallant manner by the Ninety-second Hligh-
landers and the Second Ghoorkas. Covered by
artillery, the two brigades then advanced through
orchards and enclosures, fighting steadily, the
left of the Second brigade being brought gradu-
ally round until the village of Pirspaimal was
reached. At this point the enemy was in great
force and fought most resolutely, but nothing could
resist the determined advance of the British troops.
Shortly after this the reverse slope of Baha-Wali
was reached, and the standing camp of Ayoob Khan
became visible. All the enemy's attempts to stem
the torrent were fruitless. By twelve o'clock noon

the camp was in our possession, with twenty-seven
pieces cf ordnance, which include our own guns lost
on the 27th of July. The casualties, in addition to
those yesterday reported, include three officers of
cavalry, slightly wounded-namely, Major Willook,
Lieut. Baker, and Lieut. Neville Chamberlain. The
Ninety-second Highlanders had fifty-one wounded,
three of whom have since died. The Seventy-second
had seventeen wounded, one of whom has since
died. Among the natives eleven were killed and
seventy-two wounded. The total numter of wound-
ed is about 210. The cavalry brigade marches to.
morrow to Kokeran, where it will be well placed,
and this will facilitate supplies being brought into
the city. The Nineteenth Bombay infantry with
the Third Bombay cavalry will march to-morrow
to open up communication with General Phayre, to
whom I am writing, requesting him not to push on
too many troops, but to utilize his transport as
much as possible in the conveyance of stores and
Ayoob's Escape.- A despatch to the Standard from
Candahar says:-" The Afghans fought bravely un-
til Baba-Wali was taken in the rear. They then
lost heart and fled in wild confusion. The cavalry
pursued them for fifteen miles up the Argand-Ab
Valley. Such positions as held together were com-
pletely disperEed and took to the hills. This does
not appear, however, to apply to the Cabulee regi-
ments. Ayoob Khan escaped with a small follow-
ing. The enemy's loss is not yet known, but it is
said fuur hundred fell in pursuit. A despatch to
the News hiom Candahor says:-" 'The enemy left
200 detd in one village taken by General Macpher-
son. The Ninety-second Highlanders, Ghoorkas
and Pionetrs charged the main body, numbering
many thousand men. We hold Ayoob Khan per-
Bonally esporisible lfo the murder of MacLaine.
AyoUbiKhun fl:d a e(lven o'clock in the morning,
leaving MucLaine aud s.ix Sepoys prisoners. They
wece soon after paraded for execution, but fivM'Se-
poys escaped. The Afghans only saved their
mountain battery. The enemy was so completely
broken that further pursuit wpo useless."


From iihe Wci inidic-. For Benefit of all Concerned.
The R. M. Steamer Beta, plainan Shaw, arrived
at St. Georges from .Jamaica on Tuesday evening, W L \ |-| SO( T)
and sailed for Halifiax Wednesday iternooii. (Cap- I L BE SOLD
tain Shaw has our thanks for furnishing late Jamai- AT PU U BiIC A 'U C T ION
ca papers. Our West Indian exchanges are to hand. T
Two Cyclones passed over Jamaica on the night of ITN)Ei THE BIG SHED,
the 18th and 19th. The first (travelling at the rate At 12 o'clock,
of 141 miles per hour,) passed westward W.N,W.
over the Pedro Bank at about 9 p.m. In ]i jt
The second came from the Routh coast. of llayti, it O n Thursday next,
passed a few miles south of Kingston, at. about 9 p. 23rd Iit,tant,
m., travelling at the rate of 27 miles per hour; from
thence it turned and crossed the Island in a north- TH 0LOW i' -
westwardly direction. ST O R a
The wind was very irregular over the Island, in 'Jj i 0J E (& C,
some places, setting to the first centre. in other
places, setting to the second centre. In Kiugston Ex Wh'aling Barque Perry," Nicker-
that afternoon, the cloud drift set to the first Cy- son, Master, coniprisingp in lart.
clone, but what wind there was set to the second. v .
The Barometer was chiefly affected by tho first
until about 3 p.m., when the second was off Aux 1LS. BEEF 13 Do. PORK
Caves, and caused a rapid fall. 11 Casks BREAD
Between the two Cyclones there was little or no i Bbl. VINEGAR I Cask MOLASSES
wind; hence the south west coast escaped. T'he 1 Cask CLOTHING, contg., FrochkingJackets,
north-west coast suffered little for much the same Fancy and Blue Flannel Shirts, Boots and
reason ; but particulars are still required. Shoes, Straw and Wool Hats, Socks, Glazed
We have been favored with a copy of thi remarks Caps. Collars. Heavy Monkey Jackets, De-
prepared by the army meteorologist at Newcastle niin Pants and Jumpers, Knives, Blankets,
for insertion in the monthly meteorological return Drilling for Boat Sails
for the War office authorities at home with regard 7 Coils Manilla ROPE, 1, to 3 inches
to the recent cyclone. C Mai RP -1
,, Thi cyclone evidently originated in the Carib- 6 Do. TOWLINE, about 2 in.. best Manilla
bean sea and swept over the East end of Jamaica, 1 Do. MARLINE 1 Do. WORMLINE
escaping Cuba, and so passing either over the East 2 Do. SPUNYARN 3 Rolls DUCK
part ol Yucatan, or perhaps more probably deflect- All the above quite new.
ing through the Yucatan Strait. Hurricanes have
pursued much this course, notably that of the 27th .dl[,, ,,Iiald efrwerat on iWhil's / I.a.-l,
September, 1837, which swept across Yucatan on to
Matamores, and that of the 12th August. 1835, nei- IL L
their of which touched Jamaica. Taking evidence
afforded by logs of "Nith" and "Atlas" the cy- I ....
clone was felt to the South of Hayti. Accounts 0 Q a W a a
from the country prove that the greatest force was sp RS S, SATLS P, IG GIN (I
East of a line drawn from Old Harbour to St. Ann'sa > I
Bay, and that it was still felt but with leaser force BOATS (3 in number), ANCHORS, CHAINS,
between such a line and another that may be drawn &c., of said Barque Perry," Nickerson, Mas-
from the vicinity of Milk River to a point near Fal- ter, which Yessel was stranded on White's Is-
mouth, west of which it was hardly, if at all, felt, land during the hurricane of 29th ultinmo. I
comparatively speaking. Among the Sails are the following, which
On this may be based thie conclusion arrived at as are quite cnew, viz. -
to its course. The state of the atmosphereat Barbados
and the fact that the storm was not felt there, at TOPSAIL
Demerara, or St. Thomas, goes far to prove its MAINSAIL
origin in the Caribbean. The logs of the Atlas and SPANKER
.Nith prove that it passed South of Ha)vti, and the FLYING-JIB
silence from Cuba seems to indicate that it did not There are also 15 Now Oar-, I Now Stove t
pass over that Islanid."** and Fiuru*. Sundry alts Pac kages, Pi o-
The cyclone lasted from 2 p.m. Wedaesd-iy (Aug. anv Fxturi u y r Pro-
18) till 4 a.m. Thursday. Clope and cloudy during visions, c.
the ionliig and afternoon, with a few heavy show- B. W. WALKER & CO.,
ers. Clouds as on previous day front N. E.; 8 p.m. Auctioneers
clouds moving from E.N.E. ; 9 light rain sue- Auctioneers.
needed by heavy rain, 930 p.m.. scud, wind. rain and THOMAS J. WADSON,
clouds, all S.E., velocity of wind suddenly increasing gent.
from 15 miles S.E. per hour to 70 uniles S.S.W., and Hamilton, B r uda, S-pt. 21, Igen.
abating to 15 miles.W.S.W., I a.m., and 5 miles 4
a.m. rhe barometer corrected to seua level, &c.- ,
18th 7 a.m, 29859; 2-15 p in., 29 708; 9-15 p.m., Colonist. lh'lease copy and send in Bill at (
28-933; 11 p.m., 29-400; 19th 4 a.m.,29 721 ; 7a.m., once.
29816; 3p.m.. 29 845.
The loss in Kingiton is computed at 120,000, Fish G tnano andl lota-
the wharves and water front seriously damaged,
and many houses more or less injured. The Briyt. toes.
Caroii, just arrived from Lockport, N.S., with a h 50 i i M, i i
eargo of fish, sunk and has been condemned. The 500 Barrels Mapes, lernmula 2
British Barque Akbar and the German Barque Brand" ,
bridge over the Rio Cobro was twisted 16 inches, Il S TA N S
has been repaired to permit the passage of trains F ISH G U A L
over the railway to Spanish Town. At Port Royal p f,
the water tanks are high ashore, two launches have I.xpected per Steaomer lrmd:," f
euuk and a lighter is lost H. M. S. Heron dragged AND, e
aiehor and fouled H. M. S. Fantrine, carrying away During t(c .Month i.f (Octolc'r, a Cargo coiis!st-
jibboom and head gear. The Commodore's handsome ing ohf 1000f Barirels I
sail boat, the Annie, is lost, and the .hlariel hus filled. -
At the R. N. Hospital the new house recently built GARNET SEED POTATOES I
for Dr. James collapsed like a card castle, and the f a vry hoieSelection.
root of the main building is entirely tript of copper v choce election.
and has lost many slates. The trees in the grounds The above wi.l be sold onr. accommodating
are uprooted, and all the outbuildings are down. terms to approved d purcha.ier.'.
In the garrison water covered the parade to the S NG t
depth of 30 inches, and destroyed the skittle alley. .. ING A 1.
The damages at the Lunatic Asylum and Peniten- llainilior, 21st Sept., ISO.-2 3p
tiary are very great. At Dr. Stern's a fine Guinep -- -
tree, 15 feet in circumference and 80 feet in height,T T
was torn up by the roots. The destruction thuough- O NT j T J IN E11 I D Jl .
out the East section of the Island is very great;
coffee plantations, cocoanut groves, banana walks,
&e,have succumbed to the force of the yevelone. [)ERSONS who have engaged SKElIl) of the
Mr. D. Morris sends an interesting communication Under's'gned arc hereby iifornrmed that if it .
from tha Cinchona Plantations, elevation 5000 leet. is not called for by THUltI)A.Y 23rd instant,
Barometer (Negretti and Zambra standard) 18th it will be sold to othe' parties.
4*30pm., 25'00, 65- F.; 8 pm., 2475, 601. F. I will tot promise to sell any fur 8,! after C
Soon after p.m a momentary lull took place, which the 25thi intar.t.
was followed by a terrific gale. The few plants of "
the indigenous Juniper (Juniperus Barbadeusis) ALONZO PENISTON, 4;
stood the effects of the gale better than any other, Flatls.
the Dagger (Yucca Aloilolia) in some cisos, while September 21t, 1830.-1
the Eucalypti, firs, casuarinas and acacias suffered -
aeverely. Had the Telegraph cables been in active ot i eA T P it
working order much loss would have been averted. N ot ce 0 ,O lOts.
The amount already acknowledged by the Relief
Committee in subscriptions was 1,427 89. P -i-ho
"'llE Pilot who shall board thle American
3ir The Gip-y Tea Meeting, advertised for To- VWhalinig chooncr Caleb) Ealon" ex-
rmorrow on 1st page of this Gazette" will be held a.t pected to arrive here will please lring i her to
the Town Hall, Hamilton, commencing at 3 o'clock, llamilton. 4
Those who had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Y '* P
Charles Henry, Inspector of the Quebec Bank,who Ilamnilton, September 21st, 18S0.-2 pld r

visited Bermuda last season accompanied by his
wife, will regret to learn of his death at Quebec on I r o/ene K kerosene c
the 4th instant.

DIED, at Rosemont, Pembroke, on Wednescday,
15th instant, of disease of the heart, MR. WILLLI.M
KING MASTERS, aed 53 years.
........., at Wilmington, North Carolina. on 29th ul-
limo, of congestiou of the brain, bin. WVILLIAM lMID-
DLLTON SMITH, late of these Islands, in the 55th year
of his age.
I -- -y -. w I m


Tine Civilian i Athletic

Advertised in last Gazette to take place on the
16th instant, have been, on account of unfav-
orable weather, POSTPONED TILL

This Day, Tuesday.

Southampton, September 21, 1880.



Of superior quality at low rates for C A'. .
jCJ1: A Largo Stock constantly on hand.
HamiLon, Sept. 21, 1880.-2 3p

11llE Undersigned expect to Receive on
the 27th Instant a lot ofl
In Barmels,
Which will be disposed of very reasonably for
I 1amilton, IIth Sept., IS0.-2 31)
Colonist" copy twice third page.

Just received ex S. S. Himalaya
and other recent arrivals.
1BAGS Clean E. I. RICE:
Bags Maracaibo COFFEE
Bars o \vrS Bags CORN and BP .'iN
Cases Swiss Condensed .11 LIK
Cases S -rI)INES Cases Pl'rtts .\siral Oil.
will not explode
Bris. CU RAN'iTS
Bris. FLOU1R and MKEA 1,
BrIs. Crushed SUC1A., Standard A.
Brls. Bright Muscovado Uti.\ AR, .
Boxes Liyer RAISINS
Ilo.ucs Valencia RA\I_4IN -
)rums Halifax COD)FISHI lihds. Bass's .e1 L'
&c., &c., &c.
Hamilton, 13til Sept. 1880.-2 3p.


broke Parish will meet :t the TOW' N

27th It idant,
From 11 a.m. to 12 o'clock, for the
purpose of (riranting


To continue inl

Ilamilton, 20ll i

and Malt Liquors.
force for one year from tie I st
October next.
H. J. P'. DARRi'.LL, J.i'.,
September, ISS0.

Notice to Farmeri
and otlerv.
r I K Ulnilersigi,.d expects to receive per ..
"* l~lI'I-11)UDA" on '27th a further Sup-
ply of
Early Romc Seed P 0 T'7.
7' 0 &1-,' "
"5; a .d

During the next Month,
Tnomn:to DITTO N 11,, ;i.,ih CU \NO(
And in full time for an early Planting choice
Garnet Seed POTATOES.
0 'FhPele POTATO.S will be in all red-
pects perfectly reli.,ble, as they will be elected
with the utmost care,


Received per last BERMI'r).,"
It ags Soutthern Fertilizer.
above %%ill lie Sold oiton ncc.mmunodating.

tiamillon, S' pt. 20th, 18S0.-I

Box Material &c.

f Irig. Harry Steiwart from
Bangor, Mlaine
6 ( 1 1 i

Now being landiled.
25,000 ,ONION n, :s O
2)_0BRI IcK 1,000 'otnato BOX-ES
0.000 BIliCI(S
10 Spruce SPA RS nid I'Ol.EIS
1 Blales AII.\Y
(~-" i':tlies whIo have engaged Itox .M.,tetial
romi lhi.der-igunc. ill pla!e.e.c scnd for it at their
earliest coinvenience.
l amuuilton, 21st Septniiber, ISO.--2 J.3p

pIipes, l1aniilla Cheroots
and SegaI's.
. Superb Assortment ofPIZPES
'heI lrciest Assortment of' BIRI ItR OOT,
G;. B. II.
ieersclhniun anul other kind, cver Importcd iin
the Colony
A.L f.SO,
1 ANILL, Ck I il C OO ', first qualityy
'1 ice SK,'.\rRS
I.3 1I-.T''TES and Cigarette PAPEIl
5 Pront Street.
2'st Sept., I88).-!

Colorist" copy auxt \ecek.
py \\m

Just e c e i v e d,
A Choice Selection of Fresh
; o ItR D E ., 8 Eo EDS

EsK)ccially Selected Consisting of:-
A UI.I '1.O\V ElI
&c.. &c.
eid Streel, Hamilton, (
-Sept. 20th. IS?0.


A a Meeting of the Building
Committee of th.i B. 31. E. Church,
Ilamilton, held on Wednesday last, MR. S.
PARKKn and Mn. (GonIo. B. SwAN were duly
elected to solicit aid from the lPublic for to re-
pair the damages done to the new B. M. E.
Church by thie Cal. of August 29.
At a Meeting of( the Bui'ding Connmitiee of
said Churth at theo Crawl ,Messrs. RICHARD II.
liouiNsuN aud liunr.ows weno appoinieJ
Coll etors.
IIamilton., Sept. 20, 18-0.-- I

Part of tile RI~chnmond
couiski.ti'g of


A bout 5 A cres of Land
Just \WesL o the 'own of Ilamilton.
li uI ',diatc i'o.-sssion Given.
Apply to
Long House, 16th September, 1880,

Co ilof 1, ice .Idmairvuliq'


A Session of tile CounT OF NVI(E
ADIMIRiALTY will be held at the
CO7p:.TCrons, HmanLoe.

Oi Thursday,
The 23rd Instant, at 1 o'clock.
By order o/ His Honor the Judqe,
Argi. /,iRe .istrar

Septomuber 21, 1880.

Df rluda it /li, Iu I Chlb

A MEETING will be held in tlhe Town
On Thursday 23rd inst.,
At 12 o'clock,
To make arrangements for the Annual Race
Meeting which .vill take place at Shelly Bay
on or about 3rd November.
Those interested are requested to attend.
Hon. See.

September 21, 1880.
Colonist" please copy.

SNotice to Farmers
and others.

Aow Landing Ex Brigt. Harry
From lBangor 1 line.
Oni ofi Box l.I 'E RI. IL
FIRltE WOOl) n11 1CIKS

i. ^AItY Ro,e Seetd P0 I'A I'OfS, pert .'S.
B" lermiud;a" on 27th iiistant
Onion and T'onm:too Hx 31M \'I't'l I.\L
Lo.g LATil., 57 iniche.m NAILS
SPA RS, (Issorted Sizes)
Fish and Peruvian GUA NO
Arneiican anil Nova Scoti i GC-reot Feed PO-
()ur Seed Potatoes will be Selected wit the
greatest care fiee froui mixture und Stock
g(,tuine. All ol the ahove will be sold at low
rates ai.d on accotiuitodd.ling terms to ap. roved
Pul ciasers.
Ilalini:lon. Bermuda, /
ept 21, 1880.--3 3)
Colonist" pleasu copy.

'eneri 'e Onion .N'ed.

i'll IL Uidersig,,ne. his received notice frro n
Messrs. Cui:i&d & lC,., of the arrival at
Hlalifax ofl is ONION SI:EE,
It will be due here per S. S. Beta" on
'I hursday 30th ilsaiilnt.
September 21s.t, 1880.-1

For Sale,
A Fitle larannonim,
Ily .'LLX.ANDrI..
Suitalle four I hlurch or Chiapil.

Apply to

Ilamillt.i, Sept. 21s, ISSO.
By His Exctellnci Me jur-General SiRt
K.C.M.G., Comimander-in-Chie/,
Vice Admiral and Oidinary, in
and over these Islands, 4-c., 4-c.,
las lprayed for Adminitrattion on the
Estate of WILL M SEARS ZUJILL late of
Smiths I'Parish, in these llands, 'Merchant,
Thi-i is therefore to give notice, that if any
Person or Persotns can shew anty jtst Cause why
the said Admiuktration should not be granted
unto the said ANN CAMPBELL, ZUILL,
he she, or they. are to file his, her, or their Ca-.
veat in writing, in the Secretary's Ollice of
these Islands withintt Fil'ften days Iromn the pub-
iceati.,i hereof, otherwise the -,aid Administra
tion will be granted accordingly.
(Colcnial Secretary.
Dated at the Secretary's Office.
this 20th day of Sept, 1880
I 11:{MUI).1, Alias
By His Excel.'ency Major-Gtemral SIR
K. C. M.G., C'mmander-in- Chief,
Vice Admiral and Ordinary, in
and o(vcrthese Islands, ,Sc., 4e., Lye.
OUTEIIRIDGI:. has prayed for Ad-
rniitiiratioin on the Estate of ANGE LINA
SOPIIIA ZUILL, late of Smiith Prarish in
these Islands, Spinlter, deceased.
This is therefore to give notice, that if any
Person or Pei sons can show any just cause umhy
the maid Aid minitstr'ationi shouldI not be Lrrantud
unto the said 'I'll A I)D:U-AU 1i .Y OU'ri-t-
Bi IDL) l., he, she or they, to filh lii-, her, or
their C;i'vat in waiting, ili the Secretary's Olfice
of tllese Ilands within IFifteen dIya ysfrom the
publication lierert otler'wie thesaid A dwinis-
tration will be grant,.d accordingly.
Colonial Secretary.
i,.ted at the Secretary's Ollice,
this,20th day of Sept.? 1830.

Comonial Post Ofice,
2(rrt SEPTEMBER, 1880.
THE present holder of the Office of RE-
'- EIVINO HOUSE KEEPER at Devonshire
having tendered her Resignation to take effect
on the 30th Septem.onber instant, notice iL
hereby given that application FOR THIS
OFFICE will be received by the Undersigned.
SColonial Postntsaler.


TENDERS will he received at the1

The 27th Instant,

IFrom Persons desirous of Tendering for any
of the following WOIK, viz.:
1.-Substituting Stone Building for Wooden
2.~-Rclpairs to Roof of Water Tank and Down
3.-Building Outhouse.
I.-Sheathing Floors of Nos. I and 2 Bridges
between Blue Hole and Longhird Island.
2-Repairing and renewing portions of Guard
Rails on Causeway between Blue Hole
and the Longbird Island.
1.-Renewing Entrance Gates to Gaol Yard
and providing all necessary fastenings.
2.-Rlenewing floor and Ceiling to one Cell
and constructing Ventilators under Cell
I.-Repairing and making good Roof of Cot-
2.-Repairing and making good Roof of Ver-
atndahs. East and West Block.
Plans and Specifieations and all further in-
formation can be obtained on application at
the Colonial Surve.yor's Office. -
The Colonial Surveyor does not bind him-
self to accept the lowest or any Tender.
Co'ouiail SuI vIyor.
Hamilton, September 18, 1880.
Colonist" please c6py.

rPe AV*

T HE Public are informed that from THURS-
DAY the 23rd instant, the ARMIY PAY
ilton, will be in the Building known as
WOODBURN" situated in Reid Street, und
the hours for transacting official business will
be from 10 a.m. unfil I30 p.m. except on
SATURDAYS when the Office will cloae at
12 noon.
No Treasury Bills will be issued. after I
o'clock on the day precedin.; the departure
of the Mail, until the Steamer has left Bear
muda with the English Mails.
It would be .of great convenience if parties
Tendering for Treasury Bills would send in
their Tenders one day before requiring the
Bills, as the Bills could be drawn ready for
issue, and the delay caused by so man ty rush-
ing for Bills at one time avoided.
Captain an I Paymaster and Treasury Chest Oflcer.
Hamilton, 20th Sept., 1880.-2
S"Colonist" copy.

SLost from II. IJ. Dock.

A 23 inch SPAR,
About 50 feet long.
Is suippoit d to liie got adrift auid fluated out
of the Camber.
Persons finding thids .par and returningit ro
the proper :utilhoities of the Dockyard will be
paid the usual Salvage.
Captain in tCharge uf Xaval Establishmearts.
II. MI. Dockyard, llor.nudai,
17 September, 1880. -2

For Sale,
A Chestnut Grlding

A good charger ntd l;arness Hlore, and has
been ridden bly a Lady.
A Four Wheel DOG CART and
Siver Platel HAA INESS.
Apply to Surgeon Major CONNELLAN, St.
( eorge's.
Sept. 21it, 1830.-2

FICE HAMILTON, 18th Sept. 1880.
Knud Andl, r n, Janio 'd .\ATlndrr, A G Bohm,
Annie Barger, E II Bradfonrd, Thailde'ud Bacomrne,
Wm B.rry. Mrs Petor Baesolt, W BBell, Helena
Crawford., Priiri-.ior of thie C n'.hr.i.le," .rialide
Durup, ltarqu, Europe, Schi Caleb haton, It Ellis,
Joao de Fonit, wa\n Frsirter. M imoet it.iirA Gon-.
calves, T J Hairvy, ChAarle Harwo.od, Win Hus.
bands, Mrs Joseph Inglism, Anahan Johansan, Chta
Johnsun, Alice Joell, Carolino .11 Jands, Henry J
Jones, WIn Linley, IRobt G, Anne Loyd,
Julan Lv d, J.,s A MA.i.-. Jane Mlanrow, J Nichols,
Barque Omen, Pheaii.', Itubt Pophian, Mary E Rob.
inaou, Mr lRuch,, Mrs Josephus ltiwlings, H P Si-
inonson, PRieha-dJ pencer, Samuel Swan. Eth ) 0
Snith, Mra Thonvis Trotl, Roina Trol, Julia
'lylor, Mary Wells, C E Williams.
FICE, S F. GEQRG E'S, Srptr. 20, 1884,
Miry Susani Casey, Mrs Loren Severen Hl g q,
Mrs John Oldboy, tapt A Petelion, Bar.ue Noi.
donaijsold, Leon Philruors,

South amnpton







q he Maniis of Lorne has ieen paying hurried
visits to tIhe Vr.sf nnd Erat ?ocii.,s of that Pro-
vinee nnd Con', relon. Ve ex'rr-rt a felw para-
graphs from the replies made by His Excellency to
several a'ddresse. presen!cd.
KF,,y"vir.r..-.Yours will indeed be forever in
English litrrnltue a clatdic land, enshrined as it is
i' erpin 1y Ihli beaulliful and Ionchina ~tiryv of
Evnrinr line. There awe few of -oiur generation, at
leIas. who have not pictured to Ilhtmrelves the
glicen ani feiltile plains which stretch down to the
coat ol that Cape f,,r to the Northward which
bounds the beanliful view to sr-awarid. During
my present lour I have bQen enabled to make my-
self acquainted with the greater portion of vyur
norlhhrn cons', and hope again to visit the mines
u hitch are realizing for your P-ovince their pi,,rise
of wealth given long ago, and which proves it to be
a district which in the feotililv of its rf.sonrc.s has
been fitly named the Great Britain of North Amte-
YArMOIUTtI.I could only give but a brief notice
of my visit, and already, yesterday. I found the
town illuminated and decorated. I am quite aFre
from the taste Ihe decorations displayed, the ladies
of Yarmouth did not leave the citizens alone in the
work of preparation. Yarmouth is said to possess
a greater interest in .sbipiin than anr town of its
size in the wo lI. I shboil b e afraid to syt how
many tons ofshipping each baby is supposed to
posseOs (laughter). It is certainly also remarkable
for the number of excellent housq', in proportion to
its size, which it contains. In [he nmiei r of ghip-
build ing, ir worthily represt-nts il.ose maritime ire-
sources whi.h now place the Dominion fifth among.-t
the-powers of the world. Thi. i. a vry rerm akai.Ie
position for this country already to have attained
to, and we should do our best to make it {ol! in
maritime life. A lost all Yarmonth ves-.'els. me
commanded by Yarnonlh men. I should like lto
se our population represented amongst the navinga-
ting officers on even a wider scale. (Applause.).
And it may not be too much to hope that some day
the harbor of St. John. Halifax nnd Yarmouth
may each possess a training ship for the active e. u
cation of boys for sea, nti that Canadian boys mny
obtain a place amongst the seamen of the oyva
Navy, as they already do amonget the comtni sion
ed officers of our Imperhil service.
A NNAPOLtS.-.You have spoken of Ihe memories
which cannotfall to arise when we stand here in a
place which has been tignalized by so many histor-
sc events, and which has only been too often the
scene of contest and deadly strife between the an-
cstors lof those who arPe now working in unison
with all the energy of their Feveral race_% rinf in
hearty co-operartion orfruirful rirvalv to forward
the Itnerests f civilization over the whole of this
great continent. Your kindly voices of welcome
are tome a far more grateful greeting thnn could
be the ivoees of cannon, tbe echoes of which
these hillsides have heard too often. I may come
to you now, not as one anxious to matsnhl the
forces of the country against any foe, but as one np-
pointed to preside over the highest result of pence-
ful endeavour in the union of men. who. sprung
from different nationalities, are determined to build
here a social and political fabric which shall le.
worhv of the great history of Ibe Mother Countries,
and o the freedom and ordered liberty which it
has been their privilege here to perfect and enjoy.
Since the Dominion has sprung into life your for-
runes are watched with increased interest and
greatly Increased knowledge not only in the Mother
Country, but by foreign peoples.
hVINlr)solt.-- have already, at various places in
the neighborhood, mentioned my admiration of the
aspect of thi, highly cultivated and rich group of
counties. As a practical proof of how much I
think it should attract the attoution of emigtants, I
have telegraphed to a gontleman, who is one of the
&aw representatives of the tenant-farmers of Eng-
landannd Scotland whoareabout to visit the Donin-
i( n this year, toask him that the North West be not
the only country visited by him. but that he should
also take note especially of the Valley of Annapolis
and the distreits around this town. You have un-
doubted advantages to offer to settlers in the com-
parative shortness of the journey they have to take
to come amoupst you, while the acquisition of farms
upon excellent land is a matter of very easy ac-
SyrINEY.-In old days the settlements at Louis-
hurg, rear this, were those of colonists, crowding
for shelter around their forts. It is your happier
lot to be settled around the tlichest mineral depo-
sits in a land abounding in mineral wealth. You
share in this with Pictou, in this Eastern portion
of Nova Scotia, and the time is probably not far
distant when, if the custom for wooden ships de-
clines, we may see building in Pictou and here
vessels of iron, and that you may thus emulate the
builders on the Clyde who have been enriched by
the sorrie collocation of iron and coal which you en-
joy, and that .your ships shall spread the name
and fame of Nova Scolians and their enterprise.
I thank you for your welcome of me. When
Louisburg was still a powerful fortress and war was
raging in Brilain more than a century ago, I fear
that one of my name would not have been so wel-
comed by your fathers, for amongst you I perceive
too many Macdougalls, Maclaines.-, McLeods, and
Macdonalds for such an event to have been possi-
ble. (Laughter.) It is a -very great pleasure to
me to be received by so many gentlemen of these
names now. Here as elsewhere in the Dominion
we see the descendants of French colonists and

soldiers, of Hanoverian Scots, of Jacobite High-
landerp, in short of English, Irish, German, French,
and Scotch, united together as one contented peo-
ple, aiming to make Ibeir common country a power
among the people. They may perhaps be said to
-lb like the columns, which in some heautifuli and
stately fabric rise to blend together in enduring
arches, crowning an edifice which is the greatest
pride and the highest boast of the eac pire known
among men as the mother of great nations.
ANTiooMsnl.--I wish the Piiicess could have
been here with me to-day in order to have been
welcomed by you. She hopes soon to find herself
amongst the McGillivrays, Chisholms, and Mac-
donalds at home, for a time at all events. (Ap-
plause.) For my part, gentlemen, there is another
'thing which makes me feel very much at home
amongst you, and it is that you have apparently
prepared for me a day on which we have weather
ilmoat, exactly like that we enjoy in the West, High-
lands of Scotland. I do not know whether you
-keep up the old expressions here, but it is what we
should have called in the Hebrides and Weit of
Scotland a salt day." (Laughter and applause.)
-You know that in for mer days when ocean voyages
were not what they are now, and up to quite a re-
cent period, very considerable unwillingness was
manifested by young men to seek a new home, even
were it was manifestly for their advantage. We
in the Highlands wish to keep ai i maijy of uir peo-
ple as possible at home, Lut any c-ne cain tull tho re-
nilt if twelve wen sit down io a leasLt pruvodvidi r'
two ; fid., tis .1i. s clearly in-n" i!t'ted, not ony (iti-
ling the cutrs b1tw(.n ItD.'-) naod l ; Wh, w'hii man y
sought a new home in Nora Scotia, but alou at the
time of that terrible disaster the potato famiune,
ihieb struck Ileland aLd Scotland in 1 17. '1t Lt
diincei-radion to travel Las to a veiy grc'rt i r X ut
dikal.peamed, chiefly, I belieTe, o'Tio g to .-'uch .u-
munities as I bhLve now the pleas'tei of addiessi'a,
-lor many here write home to their friends and tell
tbtm that in the Dominion you can hardly ever
Eee anybody who can complain justly of severee
rourly i but the diElnclinatiou to move when ii is

cle,- ly a'lvanti u-g tLo t so is still very naturally
to be observed with a good number of our people
at homo. and II hle s.':n of thoso whose" f[ortunte
!ha; inot.o Io.en ilqui il to Ilt it- mn 'rit iu tL e (01.1 Coui--
trVn may .'ormen out and ,in yo,, for tohlinr c.-ni be sati:fa story than the condition of mani f.n m
Tiree, the ( Iolriles,. and the mainland on the set-
t around Sydney and Era d'Or in Cape
lirm.toni, as well as here. As Ihe Frt-nch say "' it
eeos without spea.kino" that yot are pri)Ptir:u1i.
It iq alwi-" thrliownr' in lih tec-tlh of fih lflihld-in'l-
ers that they ued 0 !o "lilt" cattle. (Laughter ) I
see you heaip up our reputation for you rtill raise
them." (Laughter.)

On the 101h August, being h0i; Slst birthday and
h's Golden Weddling, Ilhe lon. Sir WVm. Young,
Chief Justice of Nova Scritia ie.:eivil, among othlor
ralildropse, one froii the Nova Scotia 1,ar, in .vhich
is the following:--
We have great pliesure in expressing it as onr
belief that to few has been accorded a larger portion
of tue blcssines of this life than to yourself. Good
health, wordly prosperity an] length of days have
be-en enjoyed by you in a large measure, but above
all we feel that we can c,.rgiatulateyou oa the po.-
session of a domestic pai tner, during those fifty
years, who has been the solace of your life, the light
of y'ur path and the ornament of your home."
\VW extract the following from the Chief Justice's
It comes from a hody of esteemedi and valued
friends, and indicates a feeling of regard which, I
beg to assure you, is fully reciprocated. But I value
it all the mi'Ie for the compliment, equally ektruent
and true, which you hare paid to my wife. A
large share of my -iapipuess during the filly years
that have l:s.[.1.,- an'l much of my succe.zs in life.
I owe to her. For suchi of you as mne married I
trust that. ench of you has round a similar blessing
in hlEs own hou:imol'i aun having seen mucb of
lbh, world, on both -ides of the Atlantic, and in
tanny region., I will say that nowhere may a man
be hotler acsuir.d of such a blessing than in our
own favored province. To suich of you as have not
vet obtained it lot me add that, so soon as his cir-
cumstances a ill admit, each of you should sirive,
ias his greatest tronsure, to xvin the affections of a
woriman worthy of his o\wn, domestic peace being,
the surest safeguardl of virtue, and but little of real
happiness in Ihis world is to be enjoyed without.
the aid and tenderness of woman."

The act to organize a Night Medical Service in
the City of New York, and to provide medical as-
sitance in canea of sillden sickneos or accident
durinti the night time, was passed June 26'. ] .S0i.
It provides that the captain of each precinct, shall
register the names of fill physicians in good and
regular slanding a ho shall make application for
such reeistry and iledee themselves to respond ta
any call for medical attendance. TUpon receiving
a certificate from the RI'gistrar of Vital Statistics
of the eligibility of the applicant, it shall be lawful
for the Captain to employ such physician. Upon
the application of any person residing in the pre-
ciuct, in the absence of any expressed preferen,'e,
the Captain or officer at the desk will select the phy-
sician resinling nearest to the patient, antd detailed
an officer to notify him without delay of the appli-
cation. Every officer thus detailed aq messenger
will be furni-hed with a blank certificate, upon
which the r ame and address of the physician re-
sponding to the call, and of the patient attended,
and the date and hour of the visit, will be written
after he has conducted the physician to the pa-
tient's residence and verified the application. rPI'
certificate will entitle the physician to receive the
sum of i3 fionm the Board of Health, unless it
shall he paid by the patient, when the certificate
must he returne'l to the Captain. Certificates re-
deemed by the Board of Health will be valid debts
to the amount named against the patients or their
gnaidians, and may be collected by due process of
law. It is provided, however, Ihnt no prosecution
shall be Inslituted when it is satisfactorily shewu
that the patient is without means. Every physi-
cian thus called upon is required to Iransmit to the
Registrar of the Board of Health, within 24 hours
alter the call shall have been answered, a full and
accurate statistical exhibit, of the case, omitting
only the name of the patient. The physicians will
be subject to call between the hours of 10 in the
evening and 7 in the morning from October to
April, and from 11 in the evening until ', in the
morning from April to the last of September. An
appropriation is authorized for (be support of the
service not to exceed $3,000 a year. 329 phy-
sicians have been registered.

BosToN, Aug. 25.-Over 200 members of tho
American Association for the advancement of
Science had registered thi ir names in Boston Tues-
day evening, aud many mrre have arrived since
that time. The meeting now in progress promises
to be one of the best in tho history of the associa-
tion. Much of the success of this meeting will be
due to the excellent and well-perfected arrange-
menrts that have been made by the local committee.

A company is about forming for thie purpose of
constructing a railroad iroim Binghamton to Buf-
falo, in the interest of (he D)elaware, Lackawanna
and Western Railroad Company. The road will
connect at Binghamton with the Syracuse, Bing-
hamlon and New York Railroad which iacontroll-
ed by the Delawaie, Laekav,'anna and Western
Company, "nzd will furnish a new Ihrough line
from New York lo the Lakes. The route of the
new round has already been surveyed, and it is es-

timated that. the road can ho completed within nine
nioriths after the 'woik is br-un. From Hoboken,
the eastrn torelintj-,, to tBuffalo, the new tIhrougli
route will, it is cl:3aimed, be about, -i4(0 miles long',
or conslderail-y Thorter than the line of thli New
York Central from New York to Bial.alo. A mrMet-
iug of the cah tailists interested in (he new seheio
was hbold on the 24lth at which directors were elec-
ted and measures. laikcn for providing the means
for building I(he new road.
The Dickson Mianufacturin', Complany of Sciaun-
torr have completed an older of l21 first class cou-
solidamted lo-oaiiotives for the Do)eltarae and Hud-
son Canal ('o]mpaly.
Only 1" furnaces were in blast on the line of the
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, at this time
last year. Now there re 149 in blast, with ;37
awaiting a certainty of a steady continuance of al.
vance to operations.
The New York Pioduce Exchange propose, t,
erect a new Exc.hango Building upon Broaidway
and Whitehall street, .between Beaver and Stone

ITHE N' MitLLOrNAiRai.---M.m. John Mat.-.ey
the Nevada rnilliont ire,, j'.pae-il thlimciTh I t cit)y
a .f'-,' ,,ys ; n o r.r 3JrJii.,:., iruot.l v. hi i- L p rt li hl
w ill sail t-i !,'i 'I!i:t .. i ; i e li;'e:' in : .v::
of ta,!.,iliconec-.w' hi.i ,1,zzik he a; '. : ne t.*iqs.
Il. '"?. t.,;,!^; ;' ;: ....!O' -'-l:d t,'. i iin'. it ;hL .
Virguia I n ,- !l.:td ini; C(r., a. i '.,' !. ;.
bis intc .en ir said to be '-' lpt' minute His p:;..-
SOuil app i :.iL is ..S fowi 's : 9e is ital i-r i" :.
StOi. .. ti: I rlti L o 'l-. pie. T' o- uldeli ; e:L,.i s ., u.i .. -i IA ilt, of *:lo.'-( LI 1 Lrown ri', ,ac.L o, a j i
-oid L. .VL-i tp.cta c as *ip l:-<.\;lf. pt- .:raiit .
lu.ce i a ieat .;, L n: ; flr,. .t iiv;, u.'. ; auti':r .: '
carewoin l.ok. HL3 is apparently ibtI hLout years ,i
age. Ile is credited with dispensing :$200,000 q
year to the poor, and denying it if questioned.-,St.
John t7'leyrcj-h.


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ea Disease,

Te tan!

00 Bottles
*T/,s %^irup ;.ss'.ses I ad Properhes. '
ft .s~ilintei hime Ptynltne in the Snaliva,
| v'hlrlit 'ouvei'ta ?ht? .tii h tcui ud .llga ol'the
tlo iiuto lumoit'e... A dcititnt.y In Ptyr.llno
i f'elh, Wind anud soiini":,<" .ithe food iln the
3'm<>si1ni, I. r tlie meite-iir;-- i.f taken limuedl.
Itnel,' 8'(ler eating th,, .ti-eiitetation O'*loud
M o !* I ri 'vented.
S, It Yaiti upon the Liver.
I It a<:t, upou the, Kdue.Bs.
U It Ilaeahatea' (he toDiLes,.

Il. tiusets ,the NervousDa system. ,
Jt Jt 1001' flig'etliou.
It Noirlhe, ttoEthens nlidI ItinvISolteos.
It ' auie, ooft'tte Old B.l.od :aiid inanke. ,new.
lit aoi-giri th a of'E2il o Ihse , and ludinces
It neutrali.,'es thl jet ed irya.rv taint, or poiS'on inr th,
.>1,.,,Ld, m ihi,.'h ',nv e rt i :, %tax,";,r '.l, E, iili,,h ug L.r I M I1
fl-' inr ,l'r c" "r ,in r i.-It-. an d in t ern i l lE irn n ra,.
Trh. re.; Wir. niios ir ;td e-ri iIlo. Cd i .t i l iii fact ure, and
it iln :.o tiak, n b thei mo-t dielocat.. babl, or by theo

Il Tonomrro, April t20, 1880.
IDr. Clark Juohnson, :
DEAR SIR,-\Vhen I visitedd yourrmanufactory last
autumn, I was suliering from a fearful pain in the
I face and head-the physicians call it neuralgia-and
when you recomnfeiided me to try your INDIAN
BLOOD iSlRUPJ I had no faith in it ; but indeed I
received stchi a benefit from it that I have since re-
commended it to several who wero suffering as I
was, arid with a good result, nnd I cannot let this
opportunity of you>r second visit to this city go
by witLhoiut t lh:,,inir you very much for recornmend-
ing me to try the INDI.AN BLOOD SYRUP.
Yours very truly,
GEO, LOVEYS, lumber mnierchant,
4 2501) Simeoo Street.

TORoNTo, April 2lst,.1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson :
Dear Sir,-I have had a pain hi the small of my
thek, also through my lungs anid shoulders ibr more
,b inn ihre years; I havo ablo had liver complaint
and dyspppsia. I have trile doctors' anI other nre-
dlicine, t.ut never received ,ny relief until my atten-
tion was called to your valuable INDIAN I3LOOD.
PIJltIIER ; I.fier its udn a short lime, I can say
that I have felt better and more able to do my wcrk
than I have; lir the last two years.
'i Richmond Street, WVest,

I wa. 'rouiblel with d,,rangement of their nervous
hystein. I was atlltendedl with by one ofthel best
doctoIs in this part of tlhi country, but obtained no
relief. Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP relieved
me at once. I really do not thinl: any on0 in ill-
health u-iig it can fail to rceoi e great benctit.
Sniithlield, Northumberland Co., Oat.

PbRl.Jollie, Queen's Co., N.S.
Detir Sir,-I have uoied your excellout INDIAN
bILOUIr SYRUP for Liver Complaint, and have re-
ceived grt' t iene tit.c therc',ioii e f:an recotiinmend it
to all :iUllTrers.

DYSPEPSIA .AND KIDNEY COM\IPL\INT., Leedsl Co., lany. 2'J. 1879.
Death Sir,-1 have been suillring for years with
Dyspepsia and Indigeytioni arnd Kidney Complaint.
anJ have tried a tgr t. many temcdide, but withlou
Fj'ect. I became very b,,] ant could not leave my
bed. I went to your aer-t, wViiliam Dier, for a bot.
tle of your INLilAN r BLOOD SYRUP an1 I do not

hesitate to saiy that it saved my hlfo. I am com-
pletely cured, and feel likn a new man. Last week
my soni w:as ltalin rick with seIt.eo li ad.iche, and a
few dosca oryour vaiu.L' :iiedicine cured him.

.l.cor..r, rnt Co., Ontario.'
Dr.r Sir,---Thi_ i-i to certify Ih:,t after your
INDIA.N IBLOODI SIYR-I' lo a shoAt limp it hags
entirely curd nme of ) Dy'sp.psia. It is all you re-
cotmmnod it to le.



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Di.:.'.R .tn,-This is to certify th it I have found
more good in your INDIAN BI1OOD SYRUP than,
any Mledicine that I havo ever taken for Dyspopsia I
and Indigeslion. I would advise all that suilfer from
S Kelvin, Brait County, Ontario.
Diiear Sir, --III Ht Ltni 'r. 1'1i 5,, ,i'y % il; t' h 1 b en
under doct,ii 's t el ..:' t '\ ycaL:, ain] ilt-y said
t r l in. .! .t .. ;-:!1. w .a -.l ;:i. '. ; ;. .
weak she c.- u ij.jtitand, ad I "ii.J t ea.ry her
daily f.i-i h r b I.i to :. .I-mv.-, ,niii t.back agiiin as
sioon a: tlie 1.',t w. -; t.,. 'e rf'-id u.--J your
INDI %N .,;LJ00 Y) :YPfti- ui'. a .;iort time when
sie b ., r1. to w .k .a, 1' .iW in.i ke, t her cdJ a
day ei t I: a' *.:u.,J .,i, J r o; chiills .:and


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Sole Agent for eirntuilia,
Wator Strect, St. Georges.

A LL who wish to have their
Kitchen Ulensils, Bath Tubs, Windoi,
1Brass \Vork .niidu Wood .Work Clean and
l e Uight
Should d use the Scourinlg, Clean-
ing and Polish/i gr

Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap
i. K. F, TI-tBER & CO.,

AX K your Grocer for A. E. WIlYLANDI'.S

A LL AMOUNTS due the Ladies' Charilable
Union Socijy, must lie paid to the[ I n-
(Icrsign ed, ShIe being the only peron author.
jzed to receive same in Hamilton. ,
SActing Secretary.
IHamilton, August 10th, ISSO.

8G0eorge A. Sanford)
Alanufacturcr and Dealer in

Basin TOPS, &c., &e.
Any design cut to order. No charge for ordi-
nary Inscriptions.
Persons forwarding orders, or wishing any
information, please apply to
Agent for Bei muda,
42 Front St.
Hamilton, Octr. thi, 1879.-1 y

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Commission 31Icrhantsrt
18 Leadeihall Street,

Personal attention given
Bermunda PRODUCE and
mudian orders, -
April 13, 1880.

to Consignments of
the killing of iBer-

'~ 'II only F. ~V11YLANLPS

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''Thleodore Outerbridtre,

Reid Streel, \West ofl Royal Gazette" Office.
Ollice Ilours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tueslays and Fri-
Orders Promptly Attended to.
Hlamilton, October 26th. 1876.


Pi'otecliOIt agaHlst Fl
Can be obtained from the

of London,
One of tho longest Established and Weallhiest
Oltices in Great. Britain.
Through the IIIANCII OFFPICE in these
Islaiinds, a Saving is effected to tho Insured
of the Stamp Dutly, a very considerable item.
lIt.-KS taken both on REAL and PESbONAL
I'It()I'F'RTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARIGE for Policies.
Ilamilton, September 9th, 1856.

Iloi'ee, GarrianA1JVt4' Carl

w-,ut u. ;taidl, C orm if C h Curch antd
Ju~nctutn Sftes, moa Iln,tl11ti,1m I'c. 11e
this~~u u~eI tll~oftiikin- hIkfzi'e ad.s amid the pub1-
lieccrlum-I allv fnr l Ctfivoi~rs?, and htu:10JI, nohi-
cilts a CuLAOi.nuance cot' same.

Janullr% 06, 1879.

A LL Good Grocer-3 keep A. M. %V H Y1.A NDWS
SColebrated SOAPS.

- 'r,

i celebrated for nf-arly a centmy pamt, is of the
r, r c bet L'. liiMh tuinufacliar. For its
mi.utly sud tcxic-lene it has obtained
i tho following
London, 1E82. Paris, 1867. Cordova, 1872.
Lima, 1872. Vienna, 1878. Philadelphia,18T6.
I / and allohirodouLt s,of the finest quality only.
a almost fragrant Perfurae distilled from the
choicest Exotics.
a very refr -hing V'ash which stimulates the
skin to a healthy action and promotes the
growth of the hair.
a powerful Pvtfurne distilled from the flaest c
a new and iniilipenEable Toikt necompani*
ment, and Luost rfreshing Perfume for the ,
and othli Specialities and general articles
4' of Pinureory may be obtained of all dealers
S tluvughuuL the World, and of the
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
S P iee Lit fre. on application.,
SNOTICE -!ur.h tIerare> cnutiunod to avid
'A .ouIirr..ili t y .'t,'-rr' g tihdt fhia n li article is
I lab.ll'i l ith it," rt i' tile Mak, a l White
L-uu," ul** u,i".,liu L rc "
t. ESrTAB .i 17 9,

.I iMEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
tonic and refreshing adjunct to hie Toilet and
Bath, :L reviving scent anJ a powerful disinfectant
For warm climnates it i.3 invaluable.
l:I11'.iEL'S JOCKEY CLUB, and other fra-
grant Perfiumes.
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolness to the head.
ToileT Soaps in bars or cakes.
boxes, barreis and packets.
RIIM. MEL'S AQUADENTINE cleans, whitens
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffiises
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Foretzs.
E. RIIM. EL, Perfuminer by appointment to If. 1t.
II. Princess of W\'ales, 91, Strand, London, and 17
Boulev.'ard des italiens, Pari%.
May 27, 1879.

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Messrs. GEOFc.E BOYLE & SON, W est End#
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