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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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076588/00040
 Material Information
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
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00040
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
 Related Items
Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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- IERlMUD\ ) AB (9-1 -0 -LA- I KiISA i D N iERRE


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24s. per Ann


M 4WAIMM .a


Ar- __ioiiicefowJ 0
Bermuda FHunt PRa-ces. e u-' Vl d fo Uh ital surmII
The Undicsicyned offersFor InadL LI 1t") leIsIa pail t ( )ioll.ri-Ind Iv Ut .. I D("6
I*~t i'' ~ I4.j~)1. tA cf op,%61do '1% ll b-, col 01c. i E f rom
.PERSONIS desirous ct erecting Booths, &0., IM .-j-N '.CO lEl. i i: r-0~~v~ ri
atShelly Bny oBhew f h 2.mng I1 ~~ iil .
Remeigmu'st ir-ply ii' %WI iting to the r-r foi'k cl~v '' ~~' m
M15,I I-.T.r a'' elL', kci redTtl r P A .,.,1 0:l IIfo 110
Honorary S(e(rcotn: v. IThos ~m ipp yiup- fl.3 01' 1rim 4T FfA. PT ." 'i'. 11-:. i h f 1u: -c1,.,,h. I .* 'ma
w~ill hafve prior eboiee ofc'f ailaliflc ground. Ir.
'The ground ~will be allotted itm-. ho.;;o wbo hrfVO~ TE A~ ~* ~*Imahm Iy~ri [iVm l
.scnt in arriplivtion it. 4 4 i.m. on Mv .no-inmv, ti Tho :'i 1! !1N,31. Ilia to. val'.) ry 11:3 imdii t-ml-i'n I I ilatthse L r
I--------.--L-!11-.11- --- -%h.',_______
I A Novemberl, at Shidly Bay. ~ ~ um~C )F1*I .L___
1-1.~~~~~~I AlmC 11 ) S.-f
No.Public Standi from which spectators can, MDI'Ll~t i. > idycosn-iiki.~ritt~c
View the Rtice.S, except tbose helcri,-ing iot)hel,!A L 8 011,R.I/AN? ).~ ~' iwk 7l p. ~)
Thice Clutb, will be allowed to belx-i hmced c'Oany 1 Barrel,;; hlho riec Mwcovui, SU 11) o IL, ac 1 a)-- ~ --
pa~rt of tho ground noaz tho 1Rac,? Course.. 1 1 e h~i)'4 1 .'.C
N.13.-.Tbos(e appilyin g for grv;rini, niust. bel ho. Do I). 1. V.11.li). 9 Ik 3 tf 2 U flo A t L 0 Ut IIj- eit. V
jpunicufl at Shelly Bay oll itleo I t Imvernb rI ar'o;i.c Pm~r~ F.I' EAI 1"UIP. f the Rii ii*Icv. hfmI 1 im *Vl jt*~- ..- .'.'
,rtfhorwise the.y W~ill Plosetheir pru~i lhio 1eNAl1L1 M'w idiC~~m'M'h
11'. CAiRPENTERLP, T -LI'2. HFP17"Ti. ~1%, o Iwep ii mrf- X ak, k-nv (f udl
Mount Ligngton, Sept. 25, 1880. n, ~ ihmlo,r1~j ~h -'icsK i1hi im.aim '~ : )1,'. ~
I st t o W l r- V T-u re l -- I -c i' ir U Ilmh n u'' 'i tS 1 4A 1 im wl m.

l~r pvardm' o r i..(.A ream, l) mt r jciced teI,
Iii(7tI~r'hL, [:i~, I~i..,&c. CoiVrtimi~ I-~P, A
P e r S S B e r m u d a ." '* I' lt 1 0 i. :11 ,' it a ~ j u O : I O 1 1 I i ~ I ~ i d r li c ~ I
'J'p.11jf -vi,inu uiun JU-1 aeervrmt r.;A 2 I 7:.


.i ne unucesilgiitu Riis JuSL t received ,, l.irfc .'i.-
sortnment of Ladies, Gents' & ChiIre-n'-

7Pj Boots & Shoes
Which he will sell Cheap for Cash.
07' The ONION SEED will arrive by ,Cne.t
" Bermuda" it having reached New York t,o
late for the present trip.
R. H. DUERDEHN.
Ilamilton, Sort. 28th, SA0.-9.*
ASK your Grocer for A. E. WHtiYLANI)'S
SD)AP.


Notice! Notice !3

Notice! !

COJVSIG.N' TS OF DRY
GOODS
Just Received from London via
New York per Steamship '- Bormuda,"
A consignment of


Carefully selected for this Iark: -Co(siiin of,
'tWVILL Silk UMn ;LLAS
1 Ladies PALE I'OTS Red (CAi'kS
ULSTERs-Ladies and Children's
Melton SKITS Dre.s GUO O S
ALPACAS Figuri-i [LUSTI ES
HALEEN CASSHMIlN..S
BRILLIANTINE
&e., &e., &c.,
Cheap for Cash. Cheap fol Ca.'i.
The above Goods will be sold cheap for Caji.
Ca'l and See. A good Hargain for all.
,0. R. THOJIIPSON,
Queen Y'Ieel.
Hlamilton, Sept. 28. 1880.--3 Queentreet.

Removal.
II HE Undersigned informs the lialnhitant. of
Somerset Parish andl the Public generally
that he has
ltCenoved his Office
from Mr. Richard Been's residence to his" new
IBuilding MOTE CPISTVY," near Mnsonic
Lodge, mangrove ay, v.here he viits Prufc-
sionally every Friday.
Also, takes this opportunity of returning hi,;
grateful thanks to those %\ ho have ,.o I:indly pat-
ronized him, and trusts that thoy wiil give him
a call at his new Olice, where they will steo that
he has raned to account their liberal support.
W. O. F. BASCOME, M.D.,
F. A. A., D..
Mote Cri.ty, Snacriet.
Sept. 28, 18&O,

y Notice to Importers.

The Undersigned will have an

A 1 VESSEL
Despatched from New York
For this Poit,

On Saturday, Oct. 9th,
Freight respectfully solicited.
Engagement List for F-reight opeln at our Of-
fice until 6 p.m. Wednesday, 29tlh in.stant.
Parties will please send their orders forward
by S. S. "' Bermuda" leaving hence on 30th ini-
stant.

RATES OF FREIGHT.
Forty cents per dry barrel.
Seventy-five cents per barrel Kerosene Oil.
J. T. DARRELL & CO,
Agents at New Y'rk, l,-i rell ,& Co.,
8:3 'Pari .'Ireet.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Sept. 21, 1881).

ALL Good Grocers keep A. E. Wl'YL .N ,i'S
Celebrated SOAPS.


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DFAk)'iEI)14jio thesaid limc ne -ac' luirod to
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f:R[:.Ts -[A URA 'lUCKEd? hasli lts p-,
Qic-d or .11i,,ni!*iiiat;m-b or, m0'.11 of,'-
AMAlf PITINE N W8111111 OP-:i iM1-~'i>. Geir
!', ariod) iiiliOesc. ;S) 111&, "p~~emc-~.?
Th 11i'-Lhem-orp I give UOL.m An, h~tt if A
Pr oul tar Per-umins en" Ahe~ ~m u~y 1"~t4 ~MY1"AlV
tie saidAdmininstraution shun id rnot t'C m 17,i;, o 1 j-

rhcy~, are to Rio hisI--u- or 1UScCo~venat iU:.


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the. said Adnjiu:-!ti.:itvn Thiiulhj I,- :he ncad
uintoi the sRu-,it, N N '_-A, l'U 't :ll ZL I-
Ilie She, Or III(! aLI o .N -1 file h1J .4, itL' or 1.i eim all
vuaE if) In I lit, ,in fs* L v' ic ~of
these islaocds witmhlihn io1 1..-I 4-u-'- poIII1)s) ihe[I

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thi-s 2-10111 rliy o -t ~J
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SOMEl.S' ISL.AND~S. -
By ij -s' Exe' h-neq hjr-("'-c'-U
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117 111,:Itl F:-AS TI1IDD E .4 UBAL' E' 1- V
(iii ra lilion on I hcE IA tia f Aw ~


'i~h ii .~iherc'fc'r-to i,-k,! nh-1ico m,~ it.u[ifao
Person or Put solisCn- Clph i-t v a,1ll-i~ut :i:' h-
the said .-dim~iistu-aiim should aot [wIm ~L'a
Unlto tile Said TI.iAD D L, -lS A tUB$R!",y )u T LfR.-
EiUDG E, lhe, she o, i ;11d, aE Lu hie lii ;, hcr,i'r
their Caveat in iifwiing! il, tile >C $ ivLAJh
of diese 1I.Fiids withilFif aIteen inayr !'rp;w thle
publicaticmIlhrv ol'co t; tit n the Aidv- Iii! n-
mritiIm1 ill bce gratemu~d ll''emrmIi,~lnv.
I. 11. X IE.'' Ic
['atf-d at tie e eI v- m ic.r
this 210th da of Sp.I .





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fIhat t rili -. A; r i oa L(,ni dera I I n exto rit 1 m-L :1kun
tioour (AlM -r; 213tho Lzkrs,i sr .Ii: .c' n n'u td
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qj11iirti n'Qt. to maunfa-uNNro ono P1ruEau-I 'VifI2-
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Ne-w Y. rlh. City.

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P; acticail v (2i f:! li tn;, o :or I harl Ihnild
in Al li Nh'Ll't S ) 1~~ I .- I'i'dict-i :uind rocur.
iec- golker ;iN-
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be. fnjii~f'illi; _dfl-,i I, O :s r
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chantis, Loim-m~n,, ur[1mm- ila:ti i i-~ r every desi-
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A-ents for -Steam:ers, 1hamilton,


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I; m dillo' October 5, 12S8.
....... .. -- ..


Piroccedi.s of thr Legishidve. ('oiineill

F ri.da.y, Id Ocrtoer, 1s?.-Purvusint to ;adl-
joura ent the Hous- i:i .
P esi t, ---Hit HH nr Jo:i' }- .'-, CihiOf Ju.tli e,
Presidenil ;
T h. .. ..ib .. J..... .. <.! ,
H!. II i.'!i!T/
EeuoisiOctoer H ,ry,.
James Tul.eer, I;Lpcr. Geni.,
1. E. \V. iter, Col. Secy.
E. lG. lr ain, Colonel, Co.n-
Ilanding R. E.
The following Mlessaose from His E:ccllinpy the
Governor was delivtied by ithe ('.ionii Secretaryi:
(No. 26.)
R.M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Co..'wa.t !:,-'t- Citf.
The Governor has the honor to foiwaid for the
Informationofthe Honorable t3he LoisoIaivc Council,
a Report dated StLh Septemin., 1.',!, witli a Co
of an Account from theCt Counit. 'siiiinr-rs appir ied
under the pilociions of .c!. No. (d, o1 the Ssc-vion
of 1 i84-), lor the purpr eL' os iuveii (,,; -e uin of
D.000 ?et apaiL t b.y Le,,ailnuire ior tbe pLi fi'-y.-
expressed in the .:-Li'l Aci..
Public Buidine.'.-, Honilton, .
*2:rd Septit mr.jbh t;'Si (
The Ion. J. 11 Trimirii:hm ;bov.'r, ha.. I .i -
sage bo seot to; 'iQi Ex-eli ncy t, Co'': ni?! i.'n..
thaL thei Council poiIo.e It' a.iju1i1n -'i'T.ns-lay, the
9th day of Novewbrer nexr, in tons'ufi2nc' oi tleA
npproftehing Se;-ionrs of the Co'iL t of (i'eernl A-
size, and irequesting Hisp Ex llnicy's. pei'lniiiin so
to do-whirhl was agreil to, aidI ordered to be? de-
livered by hhe Hen. V. E. W l s filows--
MMay it please Youtr E.'-.'l!enrc/;
I am directed by the Leginlative Council to in-
form your Exceilency ihbat le Coucil at it.s' r-.iAng
to-day propotrew, in coenteej ,iqncc of th t appro.chi.ng
Sesions of lbe Court of Generni Assize, to adjourn
to Tuesday, the 9th day of November next, and re-
quest.your Excellcucy's permission so to do.
Council Chamber, Ist Ocir., 1I9O.
The following Mlessnge from Hs11 EEocelloney the
Governor was delivered bv the Culorial Scr-tarv :
(No. *7.)
R. M. LAFFAN.
Major-Genera,
Governor and Colz'l a ndl.a-iChief.
''he Governor has theif h.nor to ank;o0a "ed the
isceipt of a Message addressed to ,hii third duy iby
thle Conorable L ;isl i'e I, CouncilrInI ',, 'I f-' theie-
illisioll to adjourn at i l ing 1 to-pday .to i':
th>- Jth day ol Noveibihcr next, niid i.e (r'..Goi': e ol
lhas much pkasure iil complying with iert lieue.-
of the Honorable Legislative Council.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
] st October, 18SO.
Adjournida to Tueday, ,O N e 'Ith day of NIova re-
liei ne tl. at. b 1 *:e.,.

CUSTOM HOUS.--i A XV ILTON.
CLLAf.R D.
Seif. an!>.-*r: *-Itailian 1iiiiue. Linuelia, rinrn:s-:a;, New
York.-
29--Iai It. l[.irry t r..wiri, P,.ri.ll..n, Turk < IIr:(.k
e os ein, '. h u ti'e sihoi\'e t'o a.[u omile: g S(' s.h
3-Alh. il ith ui..r dafi Niocr 'ile Nhd Y r!; .
Octlr. 1-idnarqus Eliza Ec-ior, Hlli, New York.
CUSTOM HOUsE-ST. GEORGE.
ENTLIIED.
Oct. 1-1. M. S. Betr Slhaw, Tlil.ix Mails &,.
-A geat, J. .11, iJ. \aiM'3d.
CLF.\1 F.D
O0>t. 1-R. MI, S. Iet., i hi.L4u, J :ni aica ; Maril<, I; <
PA4SENCEP;l.iiAII'ED.
In the R. M. Steannr L'Dita on Friday last from f,.1l-
ifax :-Mr. and 2.1rs. W\. C. J. L.nhi ,nl, Mr. aidl Mr s.
Ae. ui arvey, it.-C. i. El v. ii i, L 't., 1 v. J. A. Me-
nunl Mr. J. It. Fox.-2 .-1 d-ain, Mrs. Hore, J. Ni-
cluok(',.
PASSENGERS SAILED.


In Ilie Mail Sfeainr-r "ti.'.- i'.t, on Thiursda la-t, fur
N(w Y ,rk --,M ,'. \,.. Tall,:,. Mrq, atiro :dii.. -l,. ,.;,
A rs. T'. J. Gilber-t, lI.-s { ,,iie Darrell, Miss Eliza
DJ) rroll. Miks Li/zz.- S'- l, M iss In.ghani, ii.-.s i.i
Allen. Captain 1B. T. AlI.l;er-.on, Meis'. W'. t. Dar-
rell. T. C. Giflord, E. W. McNeil. Jamnts T. lall,
Ch.larlos 'P. Hall, David 1.. J p1 '-iie, \'. L. Penti.>,
Fred. H. Ober, A., R. Thioumpsun and T'.ll.tuas id1ie-s.-
D'/k,-Toliinns S iitlh iid Lewi ti iinpliics,.
In thlio M. tSiaieri Le.Lt fi'ii Jiiiniieia, Mr1,. 2 4 l.4-
8oli W aiinvricit. In.t chi.lron anl sterv'.Lt, 11iii-. Ali:,x-
anl-,,r and chil., 3;i Jim.C.lit,
The Stearer Siwl' .e',dl, of North Sh i-Jds, p.asi,-d t.)
the S. \W oft' lh'.is, 1slaiids cn Wt'dlei :,' li i ": ll
Siupltember.
The Stemiiinr A.-l.'.fi of S(j-kl,'nii. i. Lound to New
Or'. i'..n i,.i.-.an l I. thi,- "'.. of the-'O 1.sland Us un Sa;t-
nrd y i ,..r ii .; I .:. (O ''l, b r o- il.
Thie Flan;.-hilj 3o'r'tl,,I'j fh', iith theo t '/..,/, a1.1
uthiiti .'li ', ,.' I.y e e-xp>.ted to arrivo fr'uui lalitax
aiiil. t t 111 <-(ni If t h e plre elrt month.
T he F.'i,, ,;v/.,,, ,' iii' t," her 1 c1H er._', >,,li.i,':,n, 1 ill .o
d, I.. I ., l.'i ;n riv l at n r 1 i- iilM ihuiit thel i -' h.
'JI i. Ti ..jI .iiiIs ( i( .l.h.ii: and T ,.irari'; e -cx. ecled
to i:.lt t i '(I miii ,1 l t n IP l,( h andl l 1-At. lheO bill Nu-
ve ic.r,"1 :1 4 r \ i -ly .,

Mr'. Adamd, newly-appoint.:-] O.a'rnor-GitIerl .
of Madras, will escort Ludy .Ripon to India, start-
ing on October 2:;.
Tht, Eail of Beatont.fiid i.-at H u-he.ilen. Mr.
WV. 11. ,'ititih an'l Iarilvy ieil Loimdont on T'uel:y .'

ili'. i'! .l.i !. M S.. ill pro _,::&es 1.l,..I;,g a" ;. v
..i. I in. : atd will piro a ii r iai

L "m,'11i. i 1 o i : :6Ie I I.Iu. ".;. .. ,tII i'-:FiC.' i' C ,1
n.id L iOf Du ai 1 .. I *Ii : .: i. : ? E ,
blongig tlo ir Uco)1ge StucIl'y, Ior a low wIeek, I
en boaad whichh itey sa.il o lteram for several hours
eveiy day.


Cima-1 of General As.%size.
3./ICII. EL. IAS TERM.

II -;. ., r .T u. _i "n:-, t.']b I J; '-., un,.l.i the
J .i-I,-,..,, .. EU..i:r.MI H I- ;'-r.. v/r; :,u ,l JAuEns H .

Ti." ., ,:,-; -'. :awcre opeLi>,d y te'tday, the i..u l
<-:_r.-; a .._i l.c i ,: t Triuity C('lhmm:i ., whli-u an ai p-
1.:" p;"" t- :'-.rnic.,u v; l prea,'hed ,vy the R v. M, i k
.J:,n .-. iiroin tihe test. For the vwir.4 of mneni anr,' be-
f I.-- 1. (. of ti- Lord, ain: HIe p:,-d:-rr-th rial 1i
*,: ."--Pirover-t-b V. 2i.
Tir:- "''urt all' i:'-e Tl .]_:."1 ,-,;i ]o:l t'-l' -ift 12 'r.]ol k.
T.. f. Mitld-!to!i (o'-.t, I .. wa s-wrn iln as
('I' rk ;und Prothou.:ot il'y diiuin le ,L1sLuro of \V.
1- Darrell, E-,qr., who left ft.-r New Yo:.rk last week
to recruit lis L alth.
I'-. i' Grai Jury 1.iuen t-iipanell',., and c olliri
.Tlowitt. Ti n:-I-er, E Hou-n,:,. tlie 'Chi. -f Justice.s, I' idret-.ed them. Ilo ex--
pr. ---:: i .l satisfnetion that, so fr, there wer,: only
-.-i.i t c-in -- for t iii. onliy ,ont of v.hi' i h -.-ntteJ from
t!,.:. _.:l,.tion-s whi'.-vh had e, )n, L_,.otwe him to L, we
lccu a .complani,-il: 1,y violeu:c. ThiM.i :-liew:-d n
iLmpr.-'ve~i. st:tie- of .,ti, ty, a-' le hL',1 fr-c.-i'quenutly .nu
,.vi:t. oi : ?i,.asi, .ais hal to i':.-ft-r w ic.h ri-L ret. ",_ tin-'l
lar.e uumbl--- o' ifrime:. iu tlimc e(*il,']ar in wLfi.:'
vim-!d.ice forijuc.,l a part. Hoh ti. iLtn-l that thi im.-
1'i.r..-veii .rt .i..il"'t e;I:ihtinue'. Tihcr,' were oiily two
I, n.L wlioh LO- l.`-,e-ine(- it n:.,-::-4sa: 'y t.- nm ak,- a
fevw rMimark, to, thc-i. TIh. flit.,t was a .;.-,- of a
w.,,nan u ildii-ted for (ouc-enlian:, the birth of hfer
*i W!di. Tj.:.r." ,lild uo:t s-em to .e n .y alle-ationu
t'.i : the wo-inn ii.ad d..-.toyrd- the cIlild, and he
Qi A-!,lch.ndtd thi:- (char;e would 1T.:. liiite d to con-
e,-alnu.:-nt of i ir l ,ith. Thle o-t, -.r a i.,- wa' ,,ne ini
"v Lii-L th, pii.i-.-e'.:r w... charg'edl wi-i, teali, g sowi,
S ,,-.t:t,,:. 'u :i ouioni. n I. p-c.-uliar .i'r-..um st'nme,:.3,
Si.il t: qu(-ie-tiou wlik-h would Ihave to l.,e dlte'riun-.
lt-1 'a wh.--i' r tli ac-t., of the p'ri-'on 1irnuror lefetirdc to, ;minlountF?, to Lri-rcny. The
GCi1 :u JurIy tih:-l reltie,. to thei-r rl'uo and c.,'i-i
rmrec-'ed their 'h.ti.s.'
TIc. foli, in- Inli.-tihn..nts w-er- e l.ii-, i'efor-, tlie
f(., '1 Ju:r .L P: .r::-iw:it.aw "-:', .-qr.. A.tt, "
-'y i"c-nera! .--
TIh,, Queen a./. Ch(rlh-.i, S,;.yuioui' Wils,,u. Lar:eny.
Trui e ]_il.
TIho Queeln aa, William PBeFan. Larceny. True
'ill. Tried lnmi, f-.auindl gilty. Senten',-e, t.o 12
.-aleiil'r montbh.. impri.ouuicu'nt wit 'i lard labour
iu St. Georc.'s Gacl.
The Queen ag. Henury Cole. Stealing' irom the
:,P-i ,0In. True Bill.
'ile C'ouirLt adLo-.u'Ued to thi.t (Tuesdy.) mor'uitg,
al- i, m 'w k .-


.'r .,'-".1 .7,/ -,, t C ',. t of G ,, l .A s;ii .
VICH.AEL .1.IS TERL.'
S,. (r.jr,.;---'!hli-, Autnthoriy Hayward, P.-lliii
Jci-et t Tn..-k,:-, S :r1mi l Panit'.-r icharid-on,,
>.-jamin EI .a.omu. Claude WVi!ii-in M Frioderilc Gei'r'' Virtue.
lIamilaton-D:njamini_ Hill, Jr., ..lnu Htenry Outer-
lbrilge, "Willinn Alaate ilolii<, William Auguis.
tuNi Lighlbo,'.uin, B13njaniin hill, Sr., R r .'ibert
Ad.anm M L-i':-.r.
,1'ts-Thoniq' Mturrny Tr,:,tt, Ellwiu Robert
uiui!, J.ohnu -ii.ha:rd.-'nou, Thomas Saimu;l Julianu
Trott, Isa.:' Smith, (eo'rge Adolpheusi Brown
-lol!is.
Di oi,,,';re--BCeuiamin Edlwin Smith, Nathanim
Ve.-sey, J1linu Tucker, Eu-enin-. Augustus Zuill,
,F'-sc-plh El'ward Stovwe, John Hiarf' -V Dari:ell.
Pcrci!,,ce-WViilli :,a q.(oru''e ? Sen), Charles Baru'1-ri
Ingham'lm, J:a.nm:is Li-ihttbourn Sr;.ith, Au'-ustus
Lebrecl:t, Henry Johnsou Atwo-jd, .Jobu Robeit
4Gibson.
P7f-,..t---eury Arthur Jame:, Allc-rt .tounes. I.,.nry
G. Huntu, HIeury 'Walton, *'Chlarle::. Albcort onese,
"-Villiam IIE-nry Gcruirru.
!l'r,,,.d-W-illim St.!,-.-y Lovwll Bail,:y, William
Samuel Flitli. f Villianm GCo.-r,.s-e Frith, Frr-iedrick
,' ard, W.ilt.r William Fraw ns, John Ei,:elicl
Rihl.'i.:. \V'ilsou.
Sotfhampton-Isaae .\doiplhus Co:cper, .Joseph Tho-
inma Darrell', Sanmu-1. Inghami. ;.ii.IJ.-r-i.n Ev-elvu
lDair'll, Alpbheu : Janme.- -ill, Willia i Jami.,J.
Fuibl.:-r.
Sona'!y-Frederic- k Ahlei uder Forth Mi fiic.k, Ed-
ward ('lawley, Edwaid Blaeikwell. David Tu:ck-
er, John Paynter Patiierson, Scott Hansou 'Cil..


t': (J Our adveriti-iug p-trous. will ol.ige by .-'ud-
ihg us t},-ir ardvertis'eUi-itLs nt n., er'vly n hour ou
"I'vl!;,.h;'y as ],,,i.;s.ibl u-:p, in orde ,I to facilitate the con-
po:,itiou ndrl priniting'of thle Rot/al Ci,::,e. D:,iiblo
rates fti.- .r n: i ni'-ai cd fc. all ad0 '. 'ctll i.i-ie-uh ;e.
,eiv'd aft-"-r 'ajd"il.-liglt. Asmany advertiseirments
as .:au i.,e 'onl':.lev>:L .,i-n:.ul,] bL sc-ut usou or !ec-fore
Saturilay. The 1:-to :,ec,:i:.ipt of adverti,,meuits oCu
Monday frequently def--,:r.s our g",i.ing t prc-.s till a
viry late Ihoir on Tue:-lay 'i 'h-in-i lrg, .i al(,1. de--.
prives our ienader.s of :a .-ui.pl'mnit:.t, vwhii:h e.micannot
in consequen'.e.o be paeparcd.

Vm'e are gladly to learn that Mir'. R. E. John.,,n,
*lwho li.s l-.en for n;'iny years ..rlt''.. ian the l01i"-.
of the Captain in C'barge ot' Naval E.t:ibli.in-aLts
,' I- e:iv.- a ly vw:-t rai'l, fi.,a the Lorids
C,:,nnissiione:'. ot tlie Adniitalty, a .;pei:ial aud pi-
.uniialy reio'o. itition oIf 1is. po ition a.- Se,.'rr-ti.- to
thei? Na'al O ,:icer in Charge at iermnuda.

A C.i.(l' ,qn-,p',li mr, :ariiws att(enti,,in to ti,: ,i'i"diti,,r
of two ro lir i piraht i fror Neo w York i," lI-t trip <,'t
lthe S. S. -ea iuila," b'lh sit 'r-ri ig whlien landed hini
inluenza. One hiorso has di-il from Gastina Enteritia,


tlho other ]imai be,-n isolated aiid appear' to be doir.,
well. If Epizoin. ,irmilar to that of 1-7'-, throat,-ns, tho
,li':-is in tIhe United State ,, at the pr,-Ient ri:ounieu t,
\ ,,ti [ iei,' t i. i i.e in ItI, t of the ,: :u try, !'
l,:v .' re,,i i~oli!ted fr a few dai, s aftc-r ,rrir vail ;-i n
thu, avuid, a-. l ir as po..-:iblo, ainy (co lagiion

The Souitholiaiton Fports om i tlih 21l. iuli.. dr,'-w a
lir'.o -hnr i ii ,lho v leni!,r-rie in!o ltheiir Nspirit mille.
1;. S. Jinmr::'.- g'ave a :o l nac-.:':!' a t hia..is-'-l, im h.)
l fl' iilu rrc,,, oiui. lu ho retainied h.-, lauels in gaiininig the mile by *2
secolis.

T:(.e General C'ouvenuiiou of th: Pri ...Itan E.i
eopal ( lnal.h, r,':rt., inu Neew Y 'i0k on to-oimoi'fo-w.

1. 0. G. T. ANNUAL SES:,' N.
Ilt-p-udclent CO'ie,r of GCoI.I Temuiplars ui.in-r ith:
jl'.r':ii-,tioi:,n of thin Ri.glt WoVtthy fGrau3 l Lu"a-"-
of tihe WV-orld.
T're Graanbd L:di;>e ui Pc-rn'muda hi-Il its Se\t-C .
Aiuual Session in Haruiltn, on VW.'.dinesday, 2.!ih
,S..ptchr.l 1, l'..i. Tlie .s'esion was ,pe-nCe at I
p.m., Blrotier C'outt: ,I. C.nupl G.! .C.'.T., pre--

r-;.:prm.esentati.-,:.s f'oi o il. pr i ts of tij:. I.i lud ovf;'-:'t
p)rei':..-t in adilition to the Grnman1 L.:.ldg,- Offi'-.-r.,
Gloiion.: resulLts are auti-.ipated as the outtcouue oul
tins .-oss-ion .
TiLe f,'-ll':>win- Offivei 'N were duly ,:-.ted anl iu-
stall.--! f.,r the cnLsuiung year, viz. :-I .. D. .>'ew,
u.W..C.T. Ta-S Burg.-.s, (G.W.(.: Siter .1.
WhVMt., G.(- .' T."" B" rom.W '...- e. ,:.
", <: i t-tmy ; .iYiLimes -.,-a,..lale, G ','7, .ir'l'-iaLur'er,'
Ge, L i .11, M a L.-V-, .L.r A tI.- 1% .
C-!: ., ).in, .V. V .--, A G, S .iet, J.. i k. ..,.
D (- 4 ._1. : O..: J l, .- L r: ,-U,:- 4 -.'i..c i .\. '.:-' i-.4
.- ,
G .e .^ .Li .l- C :'; N. ..";' .' .iL i:'.regti, .

tleir \ iilt,,r. w ithI a in, -t a e-ptal..a e repa til.: ,nd.
ovc-ry thauIls is i due to !lemu for. third l. iud rcee-p-
tion of the a'iou nt-i !rep.-nmntativ'es.


1'.ti:r.,iU? i rIA _JT.- ThC la ?1s M,.,It ," I lh -c' on will
toile P,!:.:e on T'hursd y,' ,..t, L't I,. 1-!. Y\ cliht Club at


Ne (., will l. hb lappy to o-r- tiln 'ir l'ri-p,!.s t Pr'-p ,:t at
Sthi nfnish nf' thi- H ut. on iThurJila.', tho 7tIh h o7I ?t"l-hr,
0 r, p.m to 05'*,') p.n,

Iu coi.s.(:qience,(.' of tLn Band of ,th1. '.,th (D. of E.)
ReIgt. being r.-:quired for military dutie.-, the per-
frm1uimn-e. in Vi-.torin Park will b>i discnmtinu,-d
till tie 9lth ir.t.

LA'.. TrI'Nis.--A Naval LTwi Tenniki Club
waq. iniuh aiii:t ': Il laitf week at. Ireland I''land fr lthe
1.enecit of their Laval andl Mai ine Ofier.i Lbloniint.' to
I1. 3M. A. Troir'" andi H. I'M. Docl.;yard. An -xrel-
1..i,.t m ui! rill be ,in -i td in thie ,s par 'Yard'.
'1 hI,? ;iiliti. y '(fl, erm andi o either re i'ents will be adl-
n i fol to ,plt twvie? a week by ki.1 iuvitalion oft n i-
1'-ri.

Sthe the preshe thdeparturl of tihe Roy-
a! Mail Stealic-r ;"Brtr," from .Tamnaica mut be
dlefeirreid, if ne .a.ory, to the Wxtent of tir-e- dnys,
to awnitr the riivna! .t Taninit.a of thle lRoyal Mail
C'onpllmy'. Ps.-**ket from C'loun.

Mr. W. HI. *Darrell. after a ilos, application of
tvw'ir t.-four yeals to hii o)fi.-iil dutic.s is off to
;Nw York for a six w-eeks holiday, welieh his in.mny
friends wi.-h 113 may fully enjoy.

T'hl following .h1,: 1.e:iU haudeId ui.f for lm.'li.'a-
tiou :-
1,o. 177. Ero.\rw.-Y, N',w Yorh, Sept. 7, I' '.
DE.' Sni,--T i-- l,:.av to ask if you r-an give
no.- tLc unarne anud :..lir. .; ,m; any puir'n i'oir whom
I (.an ol tain pe>ilmeis 'f .l:'ae to L.e fu nd at
: ii'l'i I tIhonI f.,' puiIpo-:. of s.li y,
'iin 1 ,Lod osnI.s, properly imon eel ro paper
ueli ;.s ii is u r..'. nlnou.7. lItauia.ts, I mil williiw,- to
pay a liberal ri.:ie. A. reply will l.'i appre:i:ti d,
:T 1 2ret!Vy oLIii.,
i'o011r ubodienit servant,
FRAS. B. SOUTHW-IrCK,
P. 0. EoD 4ji9S.
To the FosimnAster,
Hamilton,


S DEATH! L.F THE HON. L. S. FOSTER.

No'iv:icrr, Conn., Sept. I9.-Tlhe H on. Lafayette
s. Fost,.r died here at. r.n early hour thi linirning,
.[-I..r .a brief iness, at the a~e of 71 years. Judee
SFostr'.- j)public eeicr was clo,ped by his rotieniernt
ircm theo Supr me .Court ileneh in 1871 by tho con-
atitutional profi.io;n lirritIhng the age of S' nieme-
Court Judges 'o 70 years. H is vi:ir ':of mind, how-
I-v:r, rin'i0 ie'. ui'IiniedI rnd he c3ntinu'dl h-is
practice of la of which profession Lhe wag a distin-
guishd menimber. Hii humor ianl wit were as keen
as ever, and u) to within a few weeks of hia death
he Iwooimid etuLetain oGDrianry ,with a ieady fluw of
UiHlicisiMs aud jollity. His lihyscal vigor was none
the lces Iemarkable. He frequently walked ficrn
tlie business pirlion of the ciiy to his reaidecce, a
distance of a mile, initertd of driving, .ilnd one
would bave su posed that he yet had several years
before iim.
MIr. Fo.ter'. Ciaecir was lonr- and diStini-iihe-IJ.
He treed hi.- lireane from Miles Slandkih and
other Puritaes cnd w-as tha son of a Revoludtionary
patriot, who stared in thie glory of the victory r.t
,araloea ia 1777. Mr. Foster was born in the lit-
i'e country tov'n of Franklin, a few miles teoim
Norwich, Nov 22, 1806. He began life as a peu-
Iiless, i'iPndless laI, bult by hil own energy and(
K spliltde seiur'rd a ood education, Gradu'ating
from Brcown U iivers.ity, 'ind entering upon the : prac-
t;,..- ,.of law at Norwichi, he' soon forced himself to a
o:op QOtuo place at the Bar anrd to piroiiinence in
local affairs. He r';:-re:-ented Norm-ih in the Stalte
Assembly six tim'-s between IS;3 and 16-l,, bein-,
thrice elected ,Speaker. For two ya&rs he served
the city as its Mayor. From the 4iih of M:lach 1855
to ibe 4ih of W at eh, 1: 7G, he occupl:d a seat, in tahe
ITnitnd 'St;ies 'Anaot., ihi period of his service ex-
le.,ding orer tile ;'.:xitinrg aud critical interval i'm-
m,:dia:ely pr'ccding the c\ar and extending plat. it
i to the days of Teconstruction.
During the last two years of bli service in that
body he occupied thb Vice-Preiident's chair, being
ctbosen thereto when Andcew Johnson succeeded
Lincoln, and yielding it to Bea Wade, of Ohio, in
1567.
In 1S70, n it iout previous se-vice on the superior r
Coirit bench, Mr. Fesier was elected to the Supremo
Court. bench of Connect icr.at. where he remained
iaunti ih e Fill Iof IoT diher. lbc cona-ituliocal iimit
of age having heen reached, Le withdrew. ,Since
Li, retiriemetit 1roin thiPe .nate in 1,"'7, Mr. Foster
ba.s not taktii n aictite part ii ,..lities.
Since his ietiremeut ,:cm the beuch he has de-
voted himeif to the practice uf his proluesion and
his services wve.e in constant demand in difrticul
cases. His interest in the project for an interuati-.
onal code was sti orig, and he v.au invited to partici-
pmua ia the meeting in Belgitum i,1 1S77 to ]i tituro
ttre same. He was always adlosestudent otloreign
afai'rs, hi kl.owlevdge of which was supplueriiened
by havel in Furoje, ial he ,v'as also sinuliaiiy
coaverfant wi! the dipilouatic history oi Eiurope.
lie v'r. hGorr'd soao; jAals ego '.i'th ana (ecicn to
minl.t-rebip w.Th the (',TbJfea i.'lub, 1th lauioas if.e
trade ornaniz tion of Euglv.ud, wilh wbhise doct riues
he sympathize, jL some exteL;t., tho'ujh not a zca.-
Ious pl)opagidECis!,
Last l. cCc )er Mr. Fo,:ter was prominently nmea-
tiened in cnctc ion vW tiihe 1 vacant Ar\mibassddor-


bipp to Gre:t Litaina, but did s't Ve?'eiv-e the n0p-
i'' !nt,Laient. Aside !roWm genc'al! 3sc.cL.:shi>), his
eminence in ju'.isprdLence, an';d h Ia lng pV:A.ctiL;,ti
experience iu public al'..., he haid the a..idtilon.;i
and important qualilieation for the post of polished
wannwer, hroigh fa milisrity with the requirc-
ments of its social code, arind deligLtiul conversati-
onal powers. .Vell reid, apL at quotation, quick at
i!arltr.e, blriinil i of genial humor, kindly in spirit,
and possessed ,f a rare wife, he utders.:;od the art
of hosypitalityy t peric-ctioi. He acquired duliug
the long ycats )t his Lonea;t indu-ltry a bahindsoGue
omljctence.--..L'.w York Tl.as, 't. -2-.
[ '.'. Fe.. t'.' vit his wiie spent s e \;wee!v Ai
i;Lenumadr. Iv, .;.vinwtr, ;aid wvas heard to reinarm,
"k' t ., th,: !,.uU Id .', lljr., (,J ',/ Je't O I .: icorld, i / .,t
M at; i-., ad neee;e e'j-.,,':, ,,'y ri.it !,!re t ,l, "hat lto
B'rt e,!,/." ]

Cl .11K ET.
ENOL.'.ND.' .\AUSTTALIA.-O(i ep. ,th. at Kenn:ng-
ton (, 'ai, L'aCon. this _reA. and important match
wva? I ,' toa..ht to0 a conclusion. 'h'lb we4atbcr was
dul =,utW here wre seacril thousand spectators
I. :.s:nt. it r?.iiled in a victory aor the Eugi i.h
Eiiovn'. Fro.L the ti'rst i \'ain3 seen:i Lat the Erng-
li.h hia't innings coie of 420 had reduced the Co-
Ioialha' chaueLi' of sce.,s to the lowest,. In heir
fiast i.L nings '.h. E:iangerc s.ece.ied only 1-1.., but,
!iO;iw-.':g o," liicV y n u' p a ow! e ;:of 2, tnud
Lhus: -aved ith:ir .'Q.d.d iUWiOUg. I'he LuYli.-i
1o..01i il lh t,: I L', ,u .ba ii" .' c;l ;a o m.() .,'u ,
ti sc c w r th..'y ;j ?t, tI iir o' .' nt' .;:i .
-. J. aJ ,- e ia,: up th,!, ran;ei icei'tr.t Ii '. ur o&
1. ieb .;. i ... L Ii




'O1rJe typ ..3s being euiployed ui PariJ for news-
paper i I iniaig.


Arrhitl of the"7 ,_g.it,1h 1Mail oftisc litl
.P-l m1pel'r.
The Royal M.iil Stninimiip lett a n'irived aft St.
G(er-rrg''s ou Ftidi'l;ia morning last from Haliffax, and
.railed ciu'r aitti,-rimii f.r Kin',:.,-nI. J.-. Caiptahin
Shafvw Las obhiiuinUy f.avculd iii- with I-ite Halifax
p !ieir.. The Halif tx Exhibition, with ;-' plize list
$6, $ )(0i(0 aidl .1i l.ir -_xIiiit, vu.las ,.pa-lned nil TIuesejay
afternoon, 21st t Sept., by Sir Patrick McDouigall who
replied to an address presented to him by Mayor
Tobin. WVe thank you." said T i- Winl'bil, thi
Mayor, '- for the rendinec Wilmth which ymiu aeceded
ti-. n:'-ur request in thii' regard, rind dth.ire to convey io
you t ni s if'uri'nclie ot the high e.lteiem and respect in
which your Excellency and her Ladyship are held
1'y th -'itimen7 of Holifax." Th" regular Provincial
Exhibition ,v.-v to be opened ,it. Ki'ttill:' ,int week.
MONTREL, Seit 23; -Owing to the grei't traffic
1on the Q. M. and 0. Railvway. to the Dominiou
Exhibition hii M.nUtreu.I, triis0 oin that ro;'d halve
been delayel. During the past week pa.:senger traf-
fic has aeon eniormiou". The ensthiatad iutnber of
people who iab'' arrived in Montreal by st-eamboiats
arnd rni way, siuee tLe opening (i the exhlhitii:n a:x-
co:'eds oei hundred thoa'.rnd. About sixty thousand
were adimuitted to th.- grioundis .r8'terd:iy. By the
C.'ntral! Verimont Rnilway aloue there arrived,
this Ui-oruiig three epeeial tri'ali, containiniag
seventy-five earloa'hmi. of peple.-nearly all froul tho
United States. Never before' hav.? th,?ro been ac
many visitor:, here as to-day. There is a large ex-
port. tr: de in luimber going ron at pre.cnt from Moin-
treal. Ten sea going g vesiel- neL' now loaltinh with
timber, principally fr ',,uth, Amneiica. Five Allan
stearmliipi. wer, in peot ye,-ste-ray,-F!iurte'n Art-
hiabaI k.vili, fkig ic-utlttrist'f haie plediide thei-'elves
to iri -(- IN 'i'I acre-s- of bets afrnually for thie Siiar'
R;'-fuinG Com:ipany which ik ahb.mit, to intrt a itet'i-ry
bhrie. The miauiniiter of oeani vessels arriving at this
port tif.lm the opening of uavih;ationm tio date i6 rJ I
r, gaiu.t 4i4 fo.r the corr pendingding period last year,
showin a n iuereace ol 90 vis.els. The depalt-ures
dur-ig t+he ,ieM tilmle were 458 agaitid 379 last year
ani ,I]era;e of 79 ve.-e!as.
MIONTREAL, Sept. 24.-Thle (4rand Trunik Rail-
wny 'reeipt, f,::r the week a'tidiimg S-ept. Ii'h, 150,,
were t231,8S a ag raiust $ 9;,'244-1 t the c':.rr,.--
poiniui peri?.d last ye.-qr--ir increase in lS.-ofl ,i
$3 t,640. Ti:? agre&at, inu i'ea, fori 33 weeks
air.--unt-2d to the e'uorimous sum of .*1,411,.900.
Lient. E. B. Vat Kouelhinet, Fiag-Liieut. t.) Vire
A'lmirir .Sirt' Lcpold M'Clinte.i'c H. M. S. No.1th-
,itl,0.l1 is.4 at present in Toronto, after an abseuce of
twdlve years at sea, Liout. VanKou,,huet is a soan
':f thb !iste Cha.ue-illor of Ontario
OTT .WA, .\ pt. 24,--Yesterday a gentleman nam-
el Rys a; purc;ia-ed one c.f ihe tfiai,-t villa resirf-ences
near 0 tawnt, for cash at auction. Twelve vemrs
aco he rpias.,id' thriiugh Ottawa en ricue for Califor-
inii-wilti -ot enough' moiey to tnke him to bis des-
H!iaini' mln roy lihe ro .i; a:;s -orin Iyover six mUillion
of *ololErs. -He is n scti o.1' a farmer who resides
nea.r P mibole, and who wa. obliged Io :-ell one of
his cou3s to a)si.t ilthe oung man in :'eachiiag Cali-
io nia. Before getting there, however, Ryan, tun-
niDng stort' of furn'.-, engaged with a farmer in Utah
and su .s-jquerntly secured half his land in paymi-nt
for wa. '-. One -day whilkAt out prospecting for a
Sile on which-- ;bich to build a house, he dp covered
gold. An a'.s.. show-vd that e haid struck a l o-
uz;iza,7, and a company Vwa; tfor-Ed to work the
min e. In a ver'7 short time h.- sold out a half ii-
trrest. fTr $:3,110,fi10, and later oni he withdrew al-
t(uchcir, iie r coniidei.alrion being an additional $;',-
600,01i. ie sent for two of hi. Brothers who went
into bninei.s wiih bim and they too are immensely
wealthy. After selling out the brothers purchased
another which they worked Puccessfully. Ryan
purchased the property for his mother.
OrrTAWA, Sept. 25.--Hon. J. O'Connor, P. M. G.,
ni.,de a spe'ccb isat night at a banquet, to Mr. Bakei.
..erepsetative cf Russell in the Lcal IHou-se. The
bI1nqLeC, R;as ivcn at Duncanrilie. Speaking of
the Pacific railway he said the arrangements which
wefe erteied into iby the syndic.te meant the car.
rying o.i ofoi Sir John A. McDonald's original plan,
.nd sti;u!.at{ed tlh:-t th roa'l from one end to Lhe
other w i1ld bie .oimp-lt.:-I hy i-.90. He remarked
that tht te-rms iof the contr'aet ,: 'th the Pacific Rail-
viay y eidicate would be subinitied1 to Parliament
for ratiiicition in a lew weeks, perhaps in a few
days.
The C'aadmd .a-t.'te tr.-day cointainsa declaration
bletweer England and Russia, for the disposal of
estates of deceased seamanC of both nations.
OTTAWA, Sepl. 2tc.-The Governor General will
arrive ii Ht1-inilton at 12-0i) to-morrow, for the pur-
pose o; Forinally o,.ning tohe P'roviiicial Exhibition.

i)ari'g the past few days bthe flag-ship .X;rthai,,-.
tonl hias been visited by thousands of citizens, and
-ruust, e ruteoua-ly trecived by officers and men.
Fromnt prcoaal inspection, 'oe consider her to be a
floating wonder aind must convince all who vi,3it-
ed he-r, bat Old Englaad intended io hold her sway
as Mist eas of the Seas. Her cu're- is comipo.ed of a
splc dili lot of young men capable of upholding
tbc dignity of thie flag under vhich they have en-
lsted.
La.t :veninr a ball was gi-ca to the gallant Ad-
rairi aiad oti,:ers, in the Athei.eiuin Hall, :,nd
dia-.ui a' ;,.i kept uip ti! ,'a early bour this lmorn-
i'n g.-- ':' ,",,,,.., ,r/.I., :e' 'i.. 2--.
1i1. M. irth-i:i.'plto CaiDC.. Fisleri- bea ing the
flia' of 'Vie-Admiur:l Sir F Leopoli McClintock,
airi'cd oU Saturday at. noon irom Newfoundland.
H. .\1. S. Bn,'-/.-:. Capt. KEnowles, anrived on
zatuilncy ;;at norn i-otu' Quebec. H. M. S. Forester
arriTmed on Saturday night, from Piciou.--Hali/a-..
Ch.noiC'r, Set'. 27.


i-Aa(.tTs IN DI.'TR ESS.--h iid,,iaua'ted Norwegianu
L., .i u.? /t(i/s ,... 'l,,ter i./, (C. Err-3Cks?n, froa.
NIv. Yc-. Iok for Rotiuerdam, with v eargo of wheat, atr-
rival ac Halifax, Sept. 2'3, in tr.w of the tug Goliah
fr-o' L:vorpool, N. S., witei.? she had been a.hore
as before reported. Tae vesel was hove down on
her beam'i ends in the gale of Lhe 8th inst,, and her
spa: 3 veie cut away. Slie lost main and mizzen-
nuM.t ith all attached, at the dock, foretopmast
%Nith al aliove, and sprung foremast, and lost two
boat.. .1A survey was hold by th.- Port Warden
yeaui:d; 7 afteinioon. The argo, cons:sting of
w!.::'.A, 'as order.'L to be disc!.ai"..i, and the vessel
witl g .n 2 I- ip .ur lep r:i's.
Tr-.l i.. i{.ifRAi'GTON.-iThe :,riMg. M.. P. i-arm-
rim;.to-n, behfoe n-pllted at Livertpool, N. S., in
ditressa. arrived it this part a onS-.urday evcainu
in t;ow of the Ste:amor Edgart Stuart, and an-
c',a'e! in [.it: s.tre.um. Her foretopgallauitmast
is goo,., she i ileai!,'",: badly and presents
rai.L'er a batacd appearance. Cap \Volf report:
Wa" s. bound from New York to Montevideo,
grain la.ien; rait .with a hurricane on 1st and 2nri
instant, lIon. 0G2 1, lat. :37, v-which carried aw:ay
all sails and spar. s-'i, comnpieteiy sweping decks
of boats and *.-water ca.:n, rMeakLin; cabin windows
and lights, trainingng te veas thi leaving
be-C a co aipllete \'wreclc a'-id l n;i aig L.a iy. Bore up
fol NO,-i SC Scit,, on the :3d i-unt., aI-d mad6 Liv-
im r...:1 on thio 13th." The M. P. 1H. is :311 toon
re i:, T-, ,id is o ned by :-. :i lack, 'Mro.. c&

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ti- ,;i t .d .i- i .,.-. M .iuy -,,. ..', a',' in 'mti .i.
hand, ,ut, his iiamie i-.a -hi ibpbuilec' bhas itsi gr'a'at-
es, lustre in coiuaection vihb the Great Riepublic, a
noble and famous ship.


Fr'oni Elirope, &e.
LONDON. eoptr. 25.--l'b'e direct Unilted Stale
Cable Comp..iny gives notice tbat the tariff will be
twa shillin.-i a word on and after boe first of Oc(r.
DanuiN. Sepf.212.-A telegram from Galway re-
ports that Lord Mountmore, a mall land owner
who was on bad 3i'-rni with his tenant, has hepn
found murdered near Blallirob. He hadl received
six bullet wounds.
LONDON. Sept. 220.-Land meetings were hold to-
day at K:il-ush and New Ross. Ten thousand per.
son'l wve nro.-"nt at (be former meeting. Parnell
atientrlr'nr P Now Rolss moeling at which 20,000
were present. Parnell denouncedl the Libral Gov.
ernment frr following in the fodotseps of its prede-
cessor, and said that nothing but the ab,.. of
landlonrdi:n would lead to a salisfactc
ment of the lard question.
LONDON, Sepfr. 25.-The Sportsman says that
Trickf-tt and Laveock did some moderate practice
yesterday, H-anlan and Elliott rowed together to
Stilia at a smart, pace, and returned at a fast space.
In ihe afternoon they natin went together, rowing
rapidly. The effect of this hard work on Elliott,
wnc to make him icek after disembarking, buit Han-
lan finished an fresh as when he started.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 21I.-Count Von Hatzfileld
the German Ambassador, has had a four hours' in-
terrview wil.h the Sultan, and vainly tried to per-
siad,, him to consent to a peaceful surrender of
D)ul.?ino. q'Th Sultan replied in terms similar to
those of the Porte's last note, refusing to surrender
unless the n'vr.il demonstration was abandoned.
Count Von Halzfie:l: has invited the diplomatic
I dry in a nim.?.inn, to discuss the situation occasion-
ed by the abov'r interview.
GR.AVASA, Sprpl. 'i.-The ships which sailed to-
,ry to re.nnoit're thie Albanian coast have return.
r'd to Ragmtsa. T'ie Albaniann are flocking to Dul-
cieno in -rent nupmber.. The Montenegrins will
pvltpone hostilities until the Turkish troops
aro witib'awn. The Montenegrins are ready to
engage the Aibanians, but do not wish to fight the
Turkishl regulars.
The doi-rtuije of the International Squadron is
said to be suspended in consequence of fresh nego-
tiations started by Moutenegro.
RAo1s.A, Sept. 2i..-The British dispatch boat
Helion, 'vithb Admiral Seymour and all the other
comnrmanders except the French on board, has gone
to make a reconnoisance in Albanian waters.
CETTINGrP, Seprt. 25.-Admiral Seymour has re-
turned to Guav-sa with the special delegates at-
tached by Montenegro to the commander of the in.
ternational squadron,
LONDON, Sept. 25.-An Antivari despatch an.
nounces that, a Turkish war ship has arrived at
Voldence, the port of Duleigno, and another at
Medusa, the part of Scutari, probably to coerce the
Albanians.
GRAVASSA, Sept. 25.-Admiral Seymour will have
to-day, definitely instructed the Prince of Monte-
negro, who will order an advance on Dulcigno.
All foreign consuls have been withdrawn from Scu-
tari.
A London special says it is believed that Admir-
al Seymour's fleet will arrive before Dulcigno on
Tuesday, and that IM!ontenegrins will be landed un-
der the guns of the fleet and take the town, but it
is conjectured that the Albanians will fulfil their
threat and burn the place.
VIENNA, Sept. 25.-Riza Pasha seems to have
shaken off his apalhy, and is concentrating at
Gouca and sending thither ammunition from Scu-
li-ii which looks as though he was preparing for all
emerg'mecis. This may have some effect on the
population of the League.
MADRID, Sept. 25.-King Alfonso, by Royal or-
dei, comun.anded the 25th September, the fete day
of Santa Y.'ercedes, be kept as an official holiday and
gala day in the palace in honor of the Infanta Ma-
ria Mercedes Isabella.
The King and Queen yesterday gave an audience
to the Papal Nuncio, who presented in a marble
and ebony casket, the gift of the Pope to the infant
Mercedes, Ii. is a satin robe covered with lace, dis-
playidg the escotcheous of Spain, and the Pope on
the skirt.
The Queen is progressing favourably.

TIlE MIDDLE ROAD AS THE MAIL ROUTE
TO .ST. GEORGES.
TuI the Editor of thu Royal Gazulte.
DEAR irt,--By referring to a map of Bermuda it
will be -een that the shliortest route from the Post
Ottice at H.Ilmailton to St. George's is via the Middle
Longitualinal Road, which is more used by the travel-
linrg public than -ither of the others. The road is
ve'y lhill' but the grade- are c-asy, anid during the crop
season nin-te-ntls of the E.astern produce passes
along thi- route, as the Flatts hill has to be surmount-
ed to use the Southern route, which is much longer,
and the hill at Mount Langton will try the mettle of
the bct horse after the long pull of the North Shore
Road.
Devonshire a one of the largest, and certainly tho
widest Pariih in the Islainds, and in form nearly
square. By a late change the Receiving House has
been selected at the extreme Northeast corner of the
pari-i, with nocross road near it, and the only way of
approach being by" byeways and crooked paths," over
aomie ol thie steepest hills in the country.
According to present arrangements we have mrail
dcliverios on three days in the week, for on other
days, although the mail passes through the Parish, wo
hIave ao Jelivery. This is not fair, as in all the other


Parihles there are mail deliveries every day.
II instead of the present system the mails were to
be- run on the M.iddle Road, with a Receiving House
about the centre of the Parish, doing away with the
one in Snitl,'s, at Joell's, the delivery for the West
end of Smith'i b'ein made h'ron the Flatts, the
puibhl geunlraliy wonutl'! e better served, time being
saved in the journey, one Receiving House Keeper
les to pl'y, and thlo parishioners ot Devonshire would
be put on a footing with the other Parishes, who are
better served than we are at present.
DEVONSHIRE
I--
To the Editor of the Royatl Ga:e'te.
MA. EDo'rot,-We beg to occupy a small space in
your well-known paper relative to the day's amuse-
rmert of Tutesdavy last, 21st inst., which proved a most
beautiful day tor our Samaritan Pic-nic. We em-
barkeil on board tho boat Smncr from the East end
of il:anilrc.n, at 11 '13 an.i., for Darrell's Island,
where we :.afelv arrived after a very short passage.
Oin! packet boat Somei8s returned direct to Hamilton,
and soon arrived back with her second load of per-
son'i for the day's enjoyment. Some amused them-
selvie travellin', round the shores, others in various
games. While resting we enjoyed ourselves by par-
taking of the luxuiries prepared for the occasion-
cold wi._.r, lenmonale and Barritt's ginger-pop being
tho only beveiae-s. We then went on merrily toge-
the'r -vithl tlie continuation of our amusements-(Mr.
L. would Hli-e tio ,:-:t soniMi more of tlho.-e sugar-plunis,
anli- hopes those liuii., wont lurget to aik him in their
coi'p.raiv wLen tlihy have liore.)
At 1i- p.m. we left the island lor i-auiilton--owing
[-0 ti.- iab t .h'; i b-,_nLtailm.-.n wai 'is o ed to a-ii4t thlie ship
bv ii--h ;.e'. u;i ti,.' i;h..v ,h itj-:eze- Wvher' we airi'miv d
a: -"', ,li i' :'i' i-An .ith die iNatioaal An-
l, .A ..... .i ,. r ". i. ,'i v eri d..-pairtel for l i h ne.

C ;S ., ..; ^. ;.:'v, ,.;,, ;fi,.i i_,t,i t;, 3.!a'"_)'r F i'itnh ii" thie
u,' ,, ; tiil- i mii an'i ti'n-it we did iiot il ) any) way
ab..., :he iconitdenci- v so kiindly reposed in us.
AMAR1ITAN.
September 27, 1880.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


THE CHURCII IN THE UNITED STATES.
M. R. Eri,.r:,',-As in yeai-: gone by ninily l.r-
"miudians vikitin~ Bro<.,lyn, Lonu' Island, (u.'.w the1
foauth eity if tl 1 U'uio ), have aP ii e' 1 :' set vi.-*- in
that beautiful hurch rn tie JeiI'hts, Iholy Trini-
ty, luinder the Retirship of t.e Pev,. Dr. Lilt'e-
johu, now Lis!. p of that Di.:e.-, it will I.. iu't(r-
esting to ni'ly of your' readers to )LIerutse ti fol-
lowing from the New York C/tirchm/na of Sept. 4t.h.
BISHOP LITTLETOTIN ,AND THIE UlNIVErITY OF CA'M-
BrTIDOE.-The Bishop of Long Island Ihas been in-
vited by the syndKiate of the Univer.,it.y of Cam-
bridge to deliver a seric-; of sermous in the univer.
sity pulpit, a position that has hitherto been filled
only by tlie most distiu'ui.led clergyinmeu and
bishops of the Enoglish Chureh. It is a rare conm-
p]iment, not only to Bishop Littlejohu, but to the
whole Americau Church, aund is another of the
signs of that ertente cordiale which bids together
the mothicr and Ldau-hter, at.d illustrates not only
tle unity of faith, but the stronger unity of love.
At the consecration of Dr.Hocok's church, in Leeds,
t he elder Bi-shop Doane preached the sermon.
Bi'llop \VWhitehi:tuse, of Illiuois, iad the distin-
gulishted honor to preah the opienim serniu at the
Lambeth Council. Many of our bishops and clergy
have occupied the pulpits of various cathedrals and
churches iu England, but now, for the first time,
we believe, an American bishop and el,-.rg3ymau be-
comes the official preacher of one of the great uni-
versities of the Engli.ih Church. We i.aru that
the Bishop of Long Island ha:s aec-opted the invita-
tion tendered lini, andl will depart for Eurland
at. the rise of the General Conveution, and that the
series of sermons will he delivered in the month of
November. None of the bishr-ps of our church made
a more favourable imnpriession in Eugland at. the time
of the Lambeth Council than did Bi .hop Littlejohn.
His learuiug aud eloqu.:ne, ]is dignity of
bearing, and his urbane manners opened all hearts
to him, and the church reaps the benefits of his
high character.
In 1830 there were 14 Bishops in the Protestant
Episcopal Church. Now there are Ci' Bisihuips and
3,200 Clergy. Contributions afor the iAst year,
over six and a half millions of dollars, marking the
success and progress of the


Bermuda, Sept. 28, 1S80.


VOLUNTARY SYSTEM.


The 250th anniversary of the foundation of .Bos-
tonl was duly celebrated',in the 17th September, by
an immense gatherings in that city, Mayor Prince
delivering the Oration in the old South Churchi
full of historic interest.
The Provincial Synod of the Church of England
in C('anada opened its Se.sion in Montreal on the
Sth ultimo,
Sir Robert H.Algnii, Kt., died at Charlottetowrn. on
the 15th ultinlo, in his ;;3rd year. He had served as
Chief Justice and Govet nor of P. E. island, anid was
widely and favourably known andI liglily esteemed.
lIRT H. in Pembrioke Parish, on thie 4th inst.., ,lis.
ItOBERT KYN(:, ,t'a DAULGIITEn.

. DIED. in Samiily Pa rishi, ,: thlie 2,Ithi ult., after a
protracted illnes.io. Grono(- SAMnti, ai'd 21 years, the
beloveil and only child iof Mrs. Eliza H1ill.
........., in Peomnbrke Parish, on tihe 30th Sept.,
180. MR. JAMES WILSON, a native of Paisley, Seot-
l]aid, aged 73 years and 2 months.
.......... at Norwichl, Conn., U. S., Sept. 1901l, Hon.
L. F. S. FO-TER, aged 74 years.
Like Enoeh he '- walked with GOD." and his life was
a picture of the beauty of holiness."-(Com.)


Young


lMens' Friendlq


Institution.
S ,E QUA1iTERLY MEErTINi of the
YOUNG NIFN'S FRI;'-NDLY INSTITUTION, \%ill
he hell at the Lane School itoom, on the Eveniin
of Monday llth instant, to commence at 7A
o'clock.
By order of the Conmmittee,
FREDERICK J. S VAJX,
Secretary.
IHlanmilfto", Oct. 4thli, 1S80.

Just Iteceived.
PerIE TAJrom Halifax,
3 SuperlOr HORS ES.
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
Reid Street.
October 4th, 1880.


500
To be lent on approved
Security in ()ie or i,)ore,


Mortgage
Sums.


Apply to
S. BROWNLOW GRAY.
Hamilton, I st Octuborh, 880.-I pI.

Pianos and Orogans.

Tlil!. IUndersigned l.hvini manei arrangements
with some lirw t class \lanafl';:ctors foir l.wi
supply of PI \ NO3 .ND ) (.'i.ANS, is piep.ir'd
to sell n thorough, good [iistrumeniit at a mode-
rate price.
These In.-trumienis are bought for ceash direct
from Manlufac'urers thereby sa;viulg two or three
profits.
To desirable persons will sell on the instal-
went plan.
Please call and see them and get Prices.
E. T. CHILD.).
Hamilton, Octr. 4th,

P 7 76. 0 B

IlE Undertigned, having returned from New
York and resumed business at his Old
Stand on Qiicen .Street, takes this opportunity
of thankiijg jis P:i',rnmis and the Pulric generally
for pa.-t favors and re'spectfully solicits a con-
tiunuancee of isae.
Sewing MACiIINES, U.\lBR ELLAS,
PARASOLS, &c., Repaired at shortest notice
atni reasonable price.-.
E. E. C REY.

Wam'eiL

AN\ AN i'"ilPS TO "i' HI

1j. T. CHIILID.
Slamilion, Octr. 4th, 18&0,-3


Under the Pat rona,.- of His Ex.i.-ll,'ny
SIn aI 14!. L AFrAxv
K.C.(M.G., l'.E.
G ., .,r ,..It C,,,.. ,,,,,, ,. r-li,-CL, i, f.

Farewell Lect, ure
Of the Celebrated Traveller
DR. J. BECIHTING(ER,
Je.Uii .3 H all,

14 th October.
A. remarkable collection of the Doctor's Pho-
tog'rophls andl Pictures, exlilibited a1, DISSOl.-
VING VIEWS by the exlp-rt artist, J. F. Dar-
rell, Esqr. Extemnpore Lecture during the
Exhibition upon Mexico, JUpan, China, Corea,
Africa, &e.
Views n-ver seen before taken by the Doe-
tor during his long -jurnpy of 24 years as
The only Apn3tolic Mi.ssioniary in Corcan
dress who escaped th, g,-_neral innssacre in
Corea 1st9.
Ancient MonumEnts in Egypt, Pyra'ids, &e.
The greatest volea.nocs in the world in the
Sandwich Islands.
A collection of Dwarfs aid Giants all over
the world, exce..ssively inter. .1. ing andi. trance.
South Afri.:-The ('Ca lnl'-.:, w,'IOi-ni ani. chil-
dren.
The. Sandwich Island King, who fed him-
self on the flesh of Captain Cook.
Dr. Bechtinger and some Cannibals, &c.,
&c.
0Tr Military Band at the Intervals.
Prices-Reserved Seats 2,'6 : Back Seats 1/6 ;
Gallery 1'I
Tickets at the Doctor',; Office, opposite the)
Presbyterian Jhlurch, and'l at the doors on the
Evening of Lecture.
Hamilton, Sept. 20, 1SSO.-2


Guamno.


Suo.
-xtinO.


Jiist l tecied p.ir Steamer 'leriuda,"
200 Barrels

;I (th e it a ito,
A genuiille artirl prepared expressly for
Berumuda C(rops.
,4 0
Expected dturipn erigiintg Month,
500 lharrels F SHII GUA" 0
10 Tons PERUVIALNA GLIIAO.
The a'ive 'ill be sold orn aecomnaiodatinio
termii to ia'proved [Iurc:ha-ias s.
S. S. LNGH.IAI.
l-Iai!ilton, 5th ('ctat,er, h3:80. -2 3p

Onion Seed.

Notice.
tpARTIES who have had their S EED putl by
for tlhin are requested to call and olltai i
same, those who are OW\ING will please call
and PAY utp at one- a- Oniii tSeed is s ld ifor
Cash.
'To Bott les remaining ontl laid for ;Sale,
Lerin, thle resdtiiu ? of tlie Snle bscri e-s .Stock.
C. II. OBIASOQA.
4. Front Street, I Iamilton,
5th October, Sl ;.-1

.A1Ol ICE.
Fji'll Undersigned begs to inform his Friends
and the lPublic generally that lie has open-
ed at the Stoie lately occupied by Henry i)ar-
rell, Esqr., a choice assortment of

Family Groceries
Suitable for this Market, whicim he offers cheap
for cash, and respectfully solicits a siare of their
pat lron age.


CHJiS. T.
9 West Ft. St., Hamilton, 3
Octr.2, 1880. o


CO-N YEARS.


By the Barrel,
At lowest Pricesa for the Cash.
Apply to
S. S. INGHAM.
lamilton, 1Sil O tlr., ISS0.

The Civilian Sports
Southampton.
r;11. :i.Minagers take this opportunity of hear-
) tily thlaiMkiig rlihse getillemeu lhroutgh
whose kind as-istarice tie Sports-Postponed
on account of ithe weather till Tuvsday 21st
September-were successful.
Will. E. SMITH,
ED)\D. B. -SI IONS,
JAS. M. DARRELL,
Manniiigers.
\Varw\ick, Oct. 4tih, 1680.

iFor Sale-Cheap.

A COPPER FASTENEiD CEDAR

ROWIN BOAT,
Only three ye:us old in good order, and rows
very quickly.
Apply to
HENRY A. SMITH.
iamililton, (Oct. 5th, 1.880.--2

Notice.

M,' ; 1 \ :M AN. N (i .o .:hiireni), itining
d(ld -.ir..iois of t.iia 1. to l:riTliu d, .vouild
like to ni.tke ;rA :ci.,t.'n.is with any iLadv in
lie Ceap.vlty of a .%e0ivrlt who muay require.
such.
Please address \V. F.," 0VLIoyal Gazettc"
Office.
SOctober 5, 1880.-2 pd


Th a r e, il o N a Notice !


rTHE DRAMATI'CF ENPRER-
.TAiN i;LNT advertized in last weeks
Rojal Gazette" il, Unavoidably

Postpo ne ,d.
The Pcrfornmalices ill take place

Oil 19th & 21st list.
Full Particulars and Plans of the House next
Tuesday.
JOHN H. RANDALL,
ilanager.
I I;,tilla-;n, 5th Oct., iS.SO.

Notice COCneernHing' mOVO-
nients of Steam Latnclh

sit DESP ATCH,'
MR. J. J. RILEY, Engineer,
From 1ist October and
1 until further notiL.c
Leaves Hamilton for Irelandi Islai.d
9"';30 a.m. calling at Boaz both ooin andl re-
turning from Ireland.
:3-1'00 p.m. calling, at Boaz first, but not on
return.
Leaves ITreland I.land for Hamilton :
12 noon, calling at Boaz Island.
4 p.m. direct.
Extra trips made on Saturday and also both
in m-orning and evening on other days when
sufficient inducement offers.
S. S. INIGHAM, JR.
27th September, 1880.-2 3p

Just Received,
A FRESil LO'r


SEF.'E TOM \TO CARROT
TURNIP CAUlLI!-L,'<\WEIt
RADISHi C \tllIAGi'\:
CFE.I.lER:Y And a var:cty of others
i'E \S and RE1 \NS
Vanity Fair TOBACCO in Tins
Youn ,ermudna, Fine C(lu, .'upierl>, and other
Pancy Brands
Cig:nretes;, 1tichnniond Gein,. P'ercrl ion, Sweet
Caparal, and Briitol Hlids-eyd
Goed leaf TOI.A ClCO Black in all Cases
Above sp,-cially' reecomnuienIde to to .1rmyiy
and Navy and the luvars ,,f the wee'd generally.
S.-ine TI\\'IN SF [J.'-I F;IATErIS
Maso ni's B1L-\CKINNO Pr,.wn's DItI'2S8lN(
W'ood SPOO()()NS Pond' KX'TRAC'P
Bird C t\", Chii ds,1-' '1'V I.\:i ,ILAT, )IN S
Choice S EG -\R. nnd lanMilla C 111 OOT)I.-
Poxes FIRE CRACKERSS& FIREWORKS
fur 5th Novemlber.
C. H. ROBINSON.
45 Front Streetl, lhia illon, I
5th Oc)b. r, 1830.

Garnet Seed Potatoes,
1Box Sliooks, &c.

THE UAJDERSIGANED
Expects to receive about the 15tn
November next,


A very' choieo Carg coinsistiitg of t Io follow-
iIIg, viz. :
700 BAItIt ELS GARNET

P 0 T A 0 ES
Carefully selected for eced,
IIA.1Y OATS LAT'PIIS, &c.

ALSO,
By a Vessel from Baingor, Maine, about 25th
Instant0,
30,000 Onion Boxes,


Of tIho usual superior manulacture,
BRICKS, LUMBER, SPARS, &c.,
P'artios who have engaged the above will
please send for them on arrival of Vessel.
S. S. I GItIJII.
II aniltoui, 5th OC Lobei, 1880.-3 3p

S ,` I ---

Pitch tine.

The Undersigned expect the Schooner Wyo-
mintg with about
150 I of assorted Sizes of
PITCH PINE
IT I
Ordered especially to suit the requirements of
this llaiket since the hurricane.
Thlie W\yoning" inmay be expected on or
about tlhe 2(0hi Octobel, proximo.
Full particulars as to size s will be furnished
on application and orders taken in advar.ce.
On Hand nowOfnering,
2 4 x 3, 4 x3,x 12, 3 x 7, 2, x 6, 4 x G, 5 x 6
TROlTT 4C COX..
HIamiilto,:, "28th ISeptem ber, ISS0.-2 :3p

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: M. S. tHUN',
H ailton.
Augusr 31st, 1860.


Noticol Healtli Officer's Boat Ser-
)TICEp t! vice.!!


CHOICE FJIIILY GROCER-
1ES.
iLS. FLOLUIt and MI:AL
Barrels Pilot B .I: \ II
13ars (COitN, OA.TS and Ii, AN
Los SOAA', ST.Rol and (\ NI)lIN 1
2 andl :I Lb. tins ; 'll s1., Il,: \l S n.d
PINEI APi'LEi:
2 anii 3 Lb. tins APl'1 .,.G, COIN, t'PEAS
I and 2 .b. tins SALMII'N, OYST'I'hS, IOB-
ST 'E. I
2 a.nd 3 1.1. tihs r.oaist l !'.F' Corned BE E I-
2 lb. Tins lonI.t Cli ,'K EN
B El-F PO[1k 'IK()NiUi;US
ilA(;!I,"l. [,l i-OI) IINX
O A' I':1!IAL I'AilIN \
Bags BIe \NS, P;: arid nlrl'-
Assorted JAM.S and J EI.I1 ES
I) \Tri's FIAS FR ISINS
\LMOND. ani.l NUTS
Bl1W IJl'I'TS of all kinds
Tu'lBs UTTER'"R an-1 L 'RD
Boxes CH.llE:P,. T '.IAS :,And Oi eI'r','
iiAl .\ S ItAC,-N S1101 L)EISt
Si('Lle.,l B I F & .r", &c.A
& C.ALI .ND SAIN. 1D
CHJAS. 1'. CONYRtS.
\ ,,.st Ft. St., Il mi!tt n, .,


Notice to Fariers
and others.

Aow Landingo Eax lrigjf. Harry
Sctwart,
From Iaingor, Maine,
On..iotItBoa. ?i. d TE SI.4L
FIREWOOD BR ICKS

TO ARRIVE SHORTLY.
E^.11 L'Y P.e Se:d I'O [I'Al OS, per 4. 8.
I er"''c diin tda'"Oil 2ili histaint
Onion and 'oiiimltc.e Biox M ATX' I A I
Long LAT'I1.-, 57 inches NA.IL S
W. P. LUA1MBEI' BICKS
SPA 1S, (Assurted Sizes)
Fish and Peruvian GUANO
Anmeican and Nova Scotia Garnet Seed PO-
''TATOES
Otur Seed Potaloes will I.e Selected with the
PI'o;itlst eCr. i free f'rin iixtiur a .nd -luck
genulini' .. A l .1 lithe :hov.; 'ill be sold :tt. l. w
riltCs ar.,d Un U'l i!ilid:iin g t'r.i'li to ipi.ruve I
Iurcihaseirs.
J. 1T. DAi-1RELL S ,CO..
li..inlotol, ,l'rmnibda, /
.epit 21, 16.0.-( 3p (

Be rmuda Ho tel

e) W_ t e 1

AUGUSTJSO-*PAG

\\o't Water St., St. George's, BcHr;imuda.
Lvely neronifmod:,tion tid a( illentioil given to
the Comfort of Boarder. and 'l'ranisienti Guests.
LIuncheon provided at the shortest notice.
September 29hl, Is8.0.--tnl
LONDON"





L .'VE OF X T,' .L:1Ers
FOR
Bermuda and JNassau, N.P.

SIlI PPIE'RS are informed that it is intended
Sto despateli Steamships from thle ("astern)
London Pocks for the above ports as under:
Steamers. Tons. London. Dalrrlnouth1
Soalwav," 792 6tlh Oetr. 7111 Ocir.
' Iiinalaryvaa" ,8 0 I70li Novr. l8lth Novr.
" .So1way" 792 22nd 1Dec. 23rd Doer.
R. P. JTKJI'S 4 CO.,
Agents.
September 30th, 1880.-31i
U311CSUAN'l' to a Petition presented unto the
S Vice Chancellor Sir Charles Ilall on the
i2th day of July IS880 In the MNatter of lihe
,'rusts of the presumntive Interests of Anna
Walker and John Row under the Marriage Set-
tlement of Thomas anid ilaria Colgate dilted
the 27th day of O)ctobljr S17" Anna Walker
(formerly Anna Itow Spinster) and Jolhn How
two of the childIrei of' John Row late of Wel-
wyn in the County of Ilerts Dissenting Minister
deceased or iu the event of the deaths of the said
Anna \\alker and John Row or of either of
them theni the personas eliminig to be the per-
sonal representatives of thtlem or of such one of
them as shall lie dead or i thlie event of them or
either of themldying intestate then thie NELXI
of KIN according to the Srtatuwes for tile distri-
bution of inlestates estates of tihe said AN NA
\WALKER. and JOHIN ROW or of such one of
them as shall be dead as aloresaid or to be tlie
legal representatives of such ofl rhlie said next ol
kin as are now dead rte by their Solicitots on or
before the fifteenth day of January 1881 to come
in and prove their cia ins at the Chambers el
thle Vice Chaiccll,,r Sir Chant cs fall (laiuucery
I.iane Middlesex or in default thereof they twill
be pe-reinptorily c ludtied troiIn the benefit of the
said Petition The 'enthli day of F-bruary
Itli at 3 of the Click in the aftornooim at the
said Chamubers is appointed for he.'rintig aml ad-
jidicating upon the cliwus. United tthis sev.ntli
day e' August 1S80.

1 -:a1 ';. it [i .,-, TiT llt,' a,' 'cery
Lx I\iH W. i tii .r !oi t1i, l. iiOiiei'rs
hi']iza!eth !oui' r ..id Tii nL'a- tow.

tni^^7^


Foi Sale at tMie Royal Gazoette" Stationery
Store.
liamiilton, Oct. 5th, 1880.


ENDERS will b1 received by the PECEIVER
T GENERAL, ait hi. Office, until



ThI,1 Twenty-first. instant, at noon,
FP rm Persons desirolls of Contract-
ing to

SUPPLY BOATS,
For tfhi. 11- s1f the Healt.h Oti:.r at St. George,
for three years, to c('o.,nl 'Ine': on the in/' -i f

F':,rms of Tender may be seen on application
t- thi. I Ec'EIVER GENERAL at Hamiltoniand
A;SL.FA\NT REE.',IER GENERAL at St. George.
JAMES TUCKER,
Receiver General.
Receiver G'inel's Office, Hamilton,
October Ith, l.S .-3 3p
ii lI: ;.\ U I).\, .1li.is
SO.\iF.IV' I" LANDS
Hi Iis Ere't ll 'y AMljr. Grnral SIR
RJ'BEfT1' M. I,.AFFJlN, R.E.,
K. C. M.G., Comitnand:r-in-C/ief,
'ic'e 1Admiral (and Ordinary, in
0"1l over Iiuse Ishunds, c., %'c.,
&ec.
S1 il i :\AS FREDERICK A LUGUSTUS
HINVON has prayed for Administrati-
oil on the Estate of MA IN'GAIt' ET JA,\N
TO\VW Hit[IN.I N, late of Pemnbroke Parish
in thli.. i wd.: is, deceased.
Ti'Jlis is th ief'ore to Live notice, that if any
P erne ,,r P1t:.:,,on e anii iewv anyjiut Mcause "hy
ilie s;nil .\Iirini;tration :,lloul! not be rrnnted
unto the saMi FilEDERICK AUGUSTUS
HilN:- N, lihe, she or they, are to file hii, hr, or
their C(iveat in wridin z, in t,!e Secretary's Office
4oil lsi e I ..,l.indi withinn Fifteen days from the
pui llicatioln l i,%-.,it, otherwise lhe said Adninis-
iration 'a, ill be Qranted accordingly.
Rt. E. WEBSTER,
Co lonial Secretary
h i ited at alie '-crtOtay's (ttcI,
hlids-th d.'y .of Oct., ISS0. 3


j lrIi ht and Excursion
Boat
0 -



rr iI 1 lndrr-'igned t:kLs this rIetlhod of re-
turning hli. sincere ith' nks to hi Patronit
and the! PIublic generally for t he liberal suppoi t
they have extended towards him duriiil lthe past
toen years, aind having replaced the "' 011.M EKS"
lby ih.O! well known Boat UNION" for the pur-
piose of carrying on his business hopes with the
i -saIurance of punctuality and reasonable charges
to receive a continuance of their favor.
7 The" lN[ION" will fly a similar Flag
to that which she carried during her Mail Ser-
The "-U." can be obtained for Excursion
Trips Freighting', &e.
WIVT. J. LG T BITOURN,
liamilLul.i, Oct 51h, 1880.

For Barbados and De-
merara and Return.

S TiE SCIIOONER.
A-

\V. 0. DUNSCOM1, MAlAster,
Will Sail for above Ports,

ON TUESDAY NEXT,
12th inlstant.
Taking Freight and Passongers either way at
I.ustoiiary rates.
THOSE. J. WADSON,


Hamilton, Oct. 5th, 1880.--1


Agent.


./4 Card.
A 'LICOUSLV disposed persons have of late
s preiad the report of the closing of mny
Tailoring Establi-hlment.
I most lespeecfully \,ish to inform the many
friends and pntlrons who, during the past eight
year's, havi. favored ume with their orders, that
on the CONTR'A RY\ I am ait present giving my
best attention to thlie replenishing of my Fall and
WVint,'r S'tock, vwhiich will continue to be as it
has been iii the past, of best quality and choicest
patter us.
A. LEBRECKT,
Queeu Street, Hamilton.
OiRDERS EXECUTED AT SHORTEST
NOTIC E.
A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED'
Octohor 5th, 1880.

UNCLAiMED LE' FEARS IN THE POSTOF-
FICE HAMILTON, 4th Octr. 1880.
Knud Anderson, Edward Branudley, Thomas
Bean, E H Bridford, E Durchall, J B Hean, Hana
Chritensen, J Dickiison, Iristide Durup, B T
Depew, Jinrs Douig!as, Brig Mary Emily," Wil-
liam Filstor, Edward Georg', Rt'presentatives of
rho Ilie Jhutih irangmin' or Gilbert, William Hus-
bands, John Heoad &6 Co, Alice Jowell, G B & T W
.ones, Juhn Llovd, i3arque Malttapoisett, James A
MNarew, Barque '' Oren," Phimie,ni1 Rubert Paphanm
T Ro iche, Miiary E Robinson, J Read, susan Robin-
soan, Joul, Rowlings, Samuel Swan, H P Simnonson,
J:..muel J Silltih, flenry A Siiutns, Laura Swan,
,'iLhan W'harfes, C E Williams, Mary ellss, John

UNCL\'I\EDJ LEIrEERS IN THE POST OF-
'i.'L, Si. GEORKGE', Ocr. 4, 1880.
,lis E'i t 1, brown, Jas 1 ranghanm, V A Canton,
jLu.i J. ra y, Tlioirns Luowling, Anoni.> Jose
i 0111"Z, Lug i tlurrni, I.oren Nevera n Heltmn, Mrs
I'lionias i Jeinnirigs, A U Milne, Barquei.tine
" Mary Enmily," Lr on Philmnoe, VWm 4mith, Elias
Trotl, (1inith's lslonJ.)


ppppp-








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churete'rizi a .i ,,, g .cnuine P Nrd.. i: d pL' .e ; ti..
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AMUSING INCIDENT IN THE1HOUSE -F'
COiNv'r 1 iON 6rri AUGsr.
Dul ring the ; :!-ib. t. th:.!i i l r Civil Sm ri' i n t

tmviN attkdW"ian th yinc l rm :t1Q X.4 r iOt!a -
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hadiuntif''iztti g y ,f {fiie d. ;dti l[ (' ir ''fi:-tl r ede t.a)t;'f t.
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di-pla.-y:'d in tih- ;rr' of m il e d -t' r... .-., :.t !y, i' l.
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work is campfosed .oi f silver.-L'.',von QL'r','',.
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diitinguiisbhed him.-wIf -, f,-w.' y. ,i's car ,y is ritt.ncl
foi certain eoari'!|t a nilway m-ai.i iiijt" T.' lt nT e w
party bhas. pi'blishd a pIrT-uriinutm t h1ei down tliheo ij forsity f'r oppoIs Itiaonl ot ii Princn
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and e:xprespo_'f its dJtf.'rmin..ntlii t. oit. p,,.,, tb ;. (, i.,:-
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Lave her ,et .aor'o ;,, 'l i s Ihea-t i, :t.'r ci' iuii+. ; J, art-
vincialism and reaction. While the -At-rmra, Liber:'il.:
are tihuis Iwlitrni-,ng morvte and mrnre divided aullng
lh miii"nsele thlra (iltir ,-'n .ii.e partly, whvbiL i. t'w
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'TJoiioo,'rs,., Apiii 20, 1880.
D l. r/.: J' S:.
DL:.r Sia.- Vhn `i :i*'..,! yiu (iManiufactcly Lislt
a. u; ii. v ,.: it'er In ar I t fearful pain in tho
fice a, e]li- e-: lo pl, iciairis call it neuralglia-and
when voi r*cl.d m tnde ,too ,,,. try your INDIAN
13LO ib SVIRiP I had f.ilt' in it ; but indeed f
received '.uch a .eneli' fr,.m it ht [ have s'ines re-
co'mnmendd ilt'a tj ueav* whio wcra suflering as I
wvas, a l~ with ., g ,it d re ,-li, -and I cannot *h t this
opprto uity ,Pi youf Secoujid visit to this city go
by wi!ih,,ut tih.lkinc you very much for recommend-
rign ,, j .ry tl.a INDIA?'N BLOOD SYRUiP.
I t.-urS; v -ry truly,
SEO. IOEYS, lumber nurcl,,i,
Sa I' O H'a'"
S';5 311co-2 Sireol,
S3 iN iN Ti-t, LC' ', 'LUN 4..N 'a HOULO-
SERIS.
T R .o:-'r. Aipril 21st, I SO.
Dfr. Clairk JUi U .sc, :
,.i..-.,, ,I- a th eirou h .n'. ..i' yin ? m Uf., ct l, ii tro
I'9 i saia'.'po f ar' ;f : [ ha't i !i o rls d ii r i'liirlii '-III
"I',t ,tyspfp i-,. [ iav il.I. <,..crt ).' ah.J o)y ii lcr i-
d ih,.. i ul i-'t drecei,.-e. ;i r it ,I i but my i ted-
lion W.ts cllled to your vaiuiablo INDIA.[ N BIi.)OD.
P _r'IfIER ; o,1 th.ec.i hvc :ei' .a b iier ti f r htul., 'eo d .iny vc rk
t. en i. .v i'r e wo!awt Ir'V s'ri as -.
J G. A, lEdiY,



ovppilrt., I i\ad:i a cttc -i ,";.t by 0i t of 'tis ct g-
i ,-l,"or.-i i, his -rt ofl' hoe )i-ii,. Iy, I t ontiniri",d n.
rilia. Iry t.aii INDIAN .LOODL S'yiup iRli~voa
nii-~i ,'i! .,urc s. I rery r ly i ,i il..iii' arly >ii,, i i11
h aiN N U:,real i,. < fa'.il t... 'c,'?-', .N "r.-,i bA n tr..f! I.
fi br:J. JOHuI 'ON,
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!air ug!!.'h y 'u( 1-1'S t ..,ars far or.S n
Diar Sir,- :I have i l -ni,! '.,i, r e r c .oirnt iNDhit
DIn[ -;taI l 'psi' p for r.i.''i.r ('.. \. ai,-L a'J01 li .io rc -
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i'S.ll,i-l t tao aa tli:.!'. i .-I :' ..'j ;'.! iiit'. J ."lai a'.om-nl
pletely cured, ar d fe(-! ik., :; ,, .' ma lr, L.~i ',eek
n:y son .. t' l: 'a .V- -:i 'ih '-'-..-o e ..i-'.iach ,, .iii a
I'--w 0i..-.-; of 'ii- ;.'p'l .i.= :.w ii: i e ctU'r.J i him .
VID BI .iLAC,'.

DI'SI'ELPIA ,ila IN!aI(''> i'!ON.
,,.rn or:!>, Jran;i Co'., Ontario.
Dar,' '-rr.---'l'Thi i" :o cuitify iaist a lter using vonr
I. .'I .. .D .'! i' Ic' a abiat tira' r has
inalirei *'ri2r''.i u- 1. i -t '.' pr' n .a It w ail vyou rat-
S. i)hi "'i'ali ia '.. I *'
.,.MEi ;I..IENN[E.

I )LRP..Mr.' ., JuiiL .S41h, I ;i.r.
Dr."E Sia:,--I his in il certify that I hwre found
more otI inr y.u if INDI.'N i.-OOD :SYRUP Ltiali,
aniv M.-l cii.i th t i t .v. ,v' 'ak? li k r iv.r-r%, la'r: .I
ant lIl iiara- .aim. I would. .'t 1 vise all that sufitr from
it to try *1;v-. .fl-RK JOHNSON'S !.,NDIAN.
bLOOi) SYl'i' .
aAML, i. .DAMS.

1 F EM. -A.tLE CURE.
Keliin, lfr,-t Countiy, 'kaario.
D. ar ..ir.--l;: Sepitr-m l. i.S n(;5", Mny .' ile had bot-en'
under 01octl ,'.i rt',Lii iwo yioas, anlI Ithy esaidl
she had hc-'s .1l-'case. Shir was .' that trom s,..
nt-' a!; -h coOil not ultnln, Ia n ,l I to had to ear' her
iaily frori hi' i-, ld (o stlove, ri'.d back.c anL in as?
s....a i, hi,,- a' -.i v. ..a na.:-. .She had used your
IN D13 N l[tU'PD.O' SYRUP. li sh..t tune tthren
!P- ::' ; i to v .'It v t r, r-:. .ha' not kept heri bod a
u.v *i:,'"-. a.so cumpd ri y .!.'itugiter of chills and

IRUFUS McCOMIOS, Jrt.

I*' akt'o. t i .la i. r''ar.ti;. -
aJ O iN A. FOX,
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Unitlet. AaI, ,'zil ,Sleaumers.

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I WiSCO(N iN s:iils !eTidlay Octobt.i ', rat (3
ani.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday Oc. 12, at noon.
W YOMINGC sails Tun.div' (let. 19, at 6 a.11m.
N EVA DA suls Tuesdhay Oct. '26, at II a.m.
VIS'C O'NSIN s-.ils3TirTiasI;y Nov. 9, at 11 a.m.
Alil ONA sails 'l'uIsdav Nov. Ini, at 4 a.im.
WVYOMING N ails Tueday Nov. 23, at 10 a.nm.
N' NVADA ::l Tuest.;v- Nov. :30, at 'J p.m.
T-ic nhabrw. ',-:mcer-i are built expressly for
the, T 'de, h-i., ive watrti-iit bulkhliad., il'
<;.snry t( rptr'iLnccl 1Olhic':e S r, eonsand Siec%-
2r'.lt. h.a, TI'. ) S c,!on 1i-.;.oin o(idahioitsa:ie un-
aii .*( *,-ieni iy ;i y At .' !.- ,Stea 'rs, jid the
MStat': i-o'i,.; t' 1 ,W lis itltti'?.: operiinr; inio the
S '.:<,T-. th u i,, i li.th t I rnr;it comfort in
o -':itl 'ra vi. j: ;, 'f I <,",':.' 'A/ ,,.t u:; lit' / t.
Smoking Hoom, i;atli o I io and P 'iainoi on
.^l ;: 'C.iall |
Ii;, II'. -S. 'ia .i Stea.-,v i ri itiia 1a' fromn ,rer-
ii. ..-, t'ur!,i1a v. -:. ,eit..'e,' .-i :'rri;.rc-s' ,i N o 'w York
oit .. ." -, ah I i- (-u |s' ; ,, ai n l
tr,. :i- I:r! '*: ; .i,-f ;; i:,. t Liv.'rpi 'j S lte a 'r ,ail-
,ii ';- .t 'L:a '.
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JPTTIY, Si.!!. i i,:S, & ., &c.
S ':','ri. C -'riirioin1i o i0 ( Il it irn made iz.,' ly four

J 1. EV.ANS take-- this (ipportuility to thank.
the iJui !ic i, tone talor t hei,- liberal patrouiaga e
.n1 .' -! ,-ind ',.ur (a. in the past so in tile
lutur'e), to ni-ri t h'ir cour innt-ed favour'.
I G.iueen Strc '-.t, Iatmiltc':, /
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( 1Charles A 1derson & Co.
CO rImmissio n Merchants,
Si Culluii ii; reet, E. ., London.
Coi rI.Q!:n,,.en. of Island Produce and Indeknts
li.r ( ;o'. pr.-.mptly iili ri:tireiu Illy at'tendohl to
June I. l;S.,-Gbm


J A. & E. ATKINSOEJ'S
PERFUMERY,
.,.,hr If,: 1 f..r nearly century pIt, iof the
6v,,' ..- t. Engli.aIi manufacture. For iti
plurity ni.l girat excellence it has obtained
the Ih1 f,,!,\vingDl
mF xiTIhN, PR-r nAilEDALS. WS
Lni L rin e.il2. iP.ris, 1F47. Cordova, 1723.
Lima, 187-. 'iVenia, 1t78. Philadelphia,187t6.
GOLD MEDAL PARIS, 1878.
ATKINSON'S CHOICE PERFUMES FOR
THE HANDKERCHIEF.
WHITE POSE, FRANGIPAMNi, YLANOYLANO,
t STEPHlANOriS, OPOPAAXI, JOCKEY CLUB, ESS
1BOUtiqLT, TRLVOL, MAGNOLIA, JASMINE, WOOD
SVIlirL, GOLD MEDAL BOUQUET,
aindAll u'uhLrudours,oftthelinestqualityonly.
ATKINSON'S FLORIDA WATER,
a noit tras.nrut Perfume distilled from the
'it v'huicit Exotic. .
ATKKIRSON'S QUININE HAIR LOTION,
i a v.a'r re. ishbig Wash which stimulates the
Skin t..) a hLalthy action and promotes the
gr roi t 1i of the hair.
T ATKINSO N'S
S ETHEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER,
a pow. rful Porfunie distilled from the finest
flower.
'P ATKliSk'S'S WHITE ROSE TLI.EI VINEGAR, ,J
a. n .' .nd indispeunabh Toilet accompani. '
u'.ut, and miut refreslinna Perfume for the -
'W U-1andkerhL ctf.
1TKINSS''S WHITE SOSE TOOTH PASTE,
( i .n o.h-ir Sp.cialitiea and general artiolel
I; t .i:uui. ry uiay be obtaiiied of all dealeis i
Ja,'ouLaout the World, and of the
i manufacturer
J. & E. ATKINSON,
S 4, Old 3oaid Street, London, W.
Pr.'. Lilt fre- 0-t applitatii.i,
1% rI' CTIQ '.it'.ii...c,.rr Lrt ufl'ii.,a ,ii acri
t i 'riuii't .v ol-.(.rvinir that each article is
I-. ii J .il -li. Iri'l a l Iaii
ESTABLISHED 1799.




IUMMEL'S CHOICE PERFU-
MERY.
IME'llF.L'. TOILF1i' VINEGAR, a pleisant
ironic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilet and
Ilatl., a re v'.iing seen and a powerful disinlectaait
For warm climate it is invaluable.
RI .11MEL'S CELEBRATED LAVEN DER
%VATE'R.
iliiMr1.L'.S TIsblIl. DISTILLED EAU DE
CO(LOG NiL.
RIM131EL'S MUCHl IMPROVED FLORIDA
\ WATER.
I',.MlI-:L'. JOC'KI1' CLUB, and other fra-
grant Perfiuines.
RIM1EL'S LIMIE JUICE and GLYCERINE
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolness to the head.
M1111MEL'S PURE WHI-ITE GLYCERINE
SOAP TILIA., BROWN WINDSOR, HONEY,
IAI ON D, LEr'UC E, COAL-TAR, and other
l'oilet Soaus in bars or cakes.
Hl,11.MEL'S VELNETINE, VIOLET, RICE,
ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET POWDERS, in
boxes, barrels and packets.
RInI.11EL'S .AQLUA DENTIN.E cleans, whites
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
iweelcnf tlu breath.
RIlMM EL'S AROMATIC OZONIZER, or Na-
tural Air p'irilier, a fragrant Powder which diffaisea
he healthy and rel'reshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forelsts.
E n I! .. EL, Perfuimer by appointment to If. R.
li. 'ir.aceso of \V'ales, 96, Strand, London, and 17
LoulIe.'ard des Italien-, Paris,
May 27, 1.79.


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- L ris. sets.

5 Tu 6 3 5 i1 I 8 18
0 We 6 4 5 30 2 9 6
7 Th 6 5 5 -29 3 9 54
8 Fri 6 5 5 27 4 10 42
9 Sat 6 6 5 26 5 II 30 SUDe1Dys
10 A 6 7 5 2. 5 6 1r2 182( after Trinit/y
II IMo6 8 5 24 7 6
First Quarter 10 day 8h 16m p.m.

Tili BEiERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE Is pUl.lisi(ed
every Tuesday by DONALP MCI'HEE I.EE,
Printer to the Quoen'si Most Excellent
M ajesty,
AT HIS OFFICE
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby NtFrets,
IIiamilton.
where Blanks, [land-bills, &c., will be
printed at thee shortest notice.-Agent
at WSl. Georges fur the Royal Gazelle,
Messrs. GEoRG. l BOYLE & SON, West End,
Wa'er Streft.


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