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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 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: VID00044
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
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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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BERMU COMMERCIAL AND GENER AL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


4


,". U-Sol c ..L %.A suR LnR &47S ANTIQUAS 21s. per Ann


ff ieo, Dernuda, TrrfesdIf9, *rovenaber 2, ISSO.

g.r g -: -- -


TE1*.i,< '. SITE PA T O NCES.T
In the la-Ls i-'i-o f tLe O.-ze/, n.:. the itms l'D NOVEM) DERi, I SS.
of stonmor's ln; he'', tin1h public v.mrT infturcV.'d trt ..
'ro 'eedinij '. of,,to ,r u,, in:,i-t.i ted 1.y. tir.:. Cr:,-r,. ( '( T T-M A :O!
imon wealth o.f P mT.,l:lv:ni:n, a;n ..t th.' Am ti,.;n .EAM .. .. ....
Uniiver'ity of P!"ilidripTii.i an the- EL.-I --Mei- \Tc'lf7 F iT
cal Colkl.g of Pt-nusylvania, iopu.rly 1-n.- n r. '- ;', .i... .Afi.. .1 a _
B u chM a u tI u C ,olle s- n :d' '. .rti .-., ee n t r ,:la i :- to -. .. .. .. .. G A -I -
them npp.nl. in the Ga:,tic 0,-toler 9t', ,1S77-- WILL LEAVE HAMi LTON
have result: in tHi closing of the Fine et A -
concern. The Plila.ilhiha p...:: s, (-.s.-e.ially the At 9 a n 1, Ol -, lneSda y
Record, have i:.i in-t'rumiLe tal i n 4 ,rix 'i,; : i"'t .. .
this result, and ittiu a chec: rn th-l lul l:t.rir.m- 1 ..r_ .No1 -i r nc- ,
inate trade in mei.Ial iploI-masi Iin,;- C al1iA' tl D-!ucki;k, '-tool o. ,I
ing ou the .'l ,iteild S't:t,:.' U; -h o.ituim F,'1r n .i "
Goveirnm nts. it .-ems r:epire-c.;utvd to tf" Mini--- .i.
tears of tlc, UL.it:d :tiatc. -,iove ameun t that Tit.. nc iniodcationi of Passengers gin'<' to
States lLM diie:1l Div!'Y.di ,i.,,-i .t :.iti.l- t" .i.r Iol, t.. -. I ?
ers to p1rati:e, w-*-,: :..,: tooi .t.ly ,. of,..,1, ta, ri Wi e the DIu :ing S ol ..- n sC..oi trip
that a public iC ut 1iinti. 0 s V i--deLuto thiere'by i tor Shell, Bay t i'! 1 a. n.
Europe, vwh.re a mIn.dit.'r !:ractiitioner un.t hL. aveo a
thorou.Eh c.i'teati.:,n. Ti.e A;.:e ricr.n A.,otul:/ri, ,ETTURNIN(
in its October minirer, ;l?:te into tle subject nmder L':aves Shclly B:-,.y for IH.milton at '1 -5 p.m.
its column of Sundry ihumbn,:"," qual speaks wt ith 'c ---'-.- eg... C '.' .
a decided indignation on the rveldatioiu of the Btu. A li r et Tickets can be
chanau fraud., forgi'-g -: fr-elv the a,,ns of B"it- A -lmi neij fetun Tic-ket c.n be
ish .is well as Americau Tusfitntion The nijnoi- obtind t JChL n t-
ty of people are e-utirely i.r1ir-irt of tlh: nu.steml. '' j. iJ -j`.,\M : J ,
of diploilmas, I au hence the liability to )l'in icf i. -p .
from frn-uduilent diploma ',, ar ainu-t w Micit it i, the Fro-lnt .-tet-t.
duty of Goveri-nmenti:. to protect, their :ubicet:.
"'W ile tie peo.ss-3e:.sion o:f a diplomai i.- uot. na:.o- (N )II1
lule evidence of asill on the part of its po.R.-soC, .
yet it shows that tlhe holler lhas lind opportuniiti.'s I JiSc c k//7
to qualify himun elf to pra ti.. m, .lin-ie ; while the .'.-. ?. "
possession of one of these bo.u,W documents m,.r.-ly ill b-:- vit.-hawni from. Ir-am Island route
shows that a rnan la.d m.oonJ? C'uo.,h t, r purchase 1- .
it." -ON TUESDA.I, 2nd November,
We subjoiu au ext'rat 1frm tlh .l cal Ga" .h To .ock.- and patiiInt.:,
of Sept. .th, ISS'), .lewiv,, that -ftori.. are lIo-t A WENEDA~ 3rd N c will
wanting, iu the United Stites, to _.ee: iT .-,sition Anld on L toi-Dela3d Island,,3 leaving Habe l
and to preece t1 veal'ut of a cunin.c- ,Litl,:,nt ilma i to Lorland +s1.d, leaving Hiam-
A negro child whom one of Bhanmn;'. Octu. I "' I" '
had been attending died, aund the p .:nlo-m.dieal Th Boat IIS" will take- P]ssenge.'rs antd
man certified that its dm---ise hal bcucu caused by Frcight at the usua.l hours on those days. '
'Collary fautum.' As this noii-euclatre waseu- .s. INU-IJA Jn.
tirely uulknown toa seieun, a C:rouer's Inquw-.st w
called and the wouMld-be doctor que:.;tioed P's to its Hianilton, 2'it Oct., 1.iSO,
meaning, and nl:,o .- to lli, iproficiecny in mediciine, ----
with rat-her uncomfortable results." I Jdl 1 C I
"Dr. David WVripht," called.-The Coroner .g .I .1 .OO S.
d" Where do you live'' i
"A little louder; I am a little deaf," said the -
doctor. important reighl-t Notice.
"Where do you live"'' MP( ),T[:R of r.rlin Goos. Iro 'PSpnct-
Iu the rer of No. 7;1 Alia. .- Stk r-t Iell' r u-Ce t t m k noli C, t'a t ")..ct
flow lonn have y,'u 1. uuti,.,i i 'leitii> t
Siueo 1S50. when 1 rec.-iv i y .: .' wli shil hIerefter beI trainsortt:l traiom
"Which diploma is that" ? : I r'k: ia '.:,' York to Bei :a.nid t :.33/ p/er
"It is dated-von .-an se rt Voi 'rlt. iti i-; -i aii 33 pr ton mecisnc;iit, munii
'Where did you g'radurIte Ifrom''" t I deliveredd to-0 e i angers of the Nutliotn;il L fe, i
From Erclectic MediCal Colle(e on Pine Str,-it '" either at the Port of l.oond for m'amisiii-;sion
What did you do that eutitl':Is you th e l:din- by the Londo- oat- of niat Iin, or at the c
loma" P I P'ort o(if Liverp'ool or trasmisiniou by thlie Liver-
,I attended two course. of leh-etur-s,' I,:c,, l b,' .-,| t,'I., -Uir.. in e.
At. E letic Mcldil0i 1'lh:'1::4e" '' '' lie 33 1, j aff lemnerI ,n!t i. oi,!y wiih ltho
"Yen, sir." .r N;.tiouial lint-
"Ntow low mauy lectur.c did yolLen (I'p i
All of them fo:r twto ywars." 1:T.
"Well, how many l0t.:uct 'Tert? there, nitov. e-nts oi ,'1C Qel.rvc te(mnnshliip
get r" i Com pInnyv.
"About ei' -h1t. [Ie Liln., mi lh Oct., iSsO.-o-
e on y pass any exalninat ion"i
Yes, sit', they esaumined me in mi:i' dir-ine." I .- 0 i
"Did you answer all the questions corre.tly" y .
"I tliink I did as flar as I was, able."'
How do you charge ior pre-,ri-ing'.1" 'y .Late 4ri-'ivals.
"My charges are "t a visit, but I take lI- a,. --


cording to circumstances.'
How much did your diploma (ost you" 'r
About $20."
Dr. David Wriglht wa.-i arrested and charged.
with practising' mediiue under cover of a diploma
obtained ftron a bogus college, He was found
guilty, aund three State, we believe, ha. undertaken to
provide food anud -helter for Dr. "W. for the r":maini-
der of his days.
This nefarious traffic has been going' on for 22
years, and the Record estimates tie number of di;.-
lo-mas granted at 11,I)00. The D,:-au of the Eche-
tic Menlical College said to the repre.-:lntati'.v- of the
Record, by whom the exposure has Leen r-f-iete.1,
" We can confer Jdgrees of A. B., A. A ., D., or..r
anythliug " Ou want." No edu,-at.io, rdliinwnta.ry'
or scientific: wa-' retquiirtdi to obtain oune o:'f ti h.-
bogus diplomas. The holders of these:- OLUiTmcut.m,
who by their use have be,:n enabled to imuli'.:- -.u a
cridultoi:, publi:-, should be brouglti t'o tas!: by thet
prope':r authoiities- iu the vvariou;, cCunt'ilt., where
they have take up their abiode, and the world
made to reap the benefit of the Buchaau expot.'-.


I AGON. by !DeWNi,i t., -,elt 4
I '."AK P;LEION
RllDIN s A iL ) 1,ED S S ii) S.\DI1)L ES
il,, )!.N (,"R ID LES and BITd 3
R .i01D ., V I -, Iiad Qtu:llit,
Dit IVI'N"G \VI' i fro;n t.. up
SING LI andi l It)', U iLi i i-'J _SSE.-
LAP ROB 1S l RlUtSid IHOR,.1 I1.1N-
T'.' Fe
WV.\TEIr --'I t.of' IIORS)1 0 COVICRS
COLL\1S LiAI.'11'ERS
B E. EE i' I'RN:- i ,iNS and rt:sr ports
,.f i ii' N i.' '
W A'- I v S .', -i s lIi i".i IL
LANT'Ei. NS V \U'l'L OIL
2- ', ,-c. ,,: e.


. ,pectedw


1LSO,
by early Arrivals frorn
rrL. ar.&,d SXalilaxb


To ti'e Edilt,,, fl., ; Ron G(a :,,tc. Several Fine
H AM ILTON B :RM U DA O ,:. 23, .Si. ... -.I-I '-r ,
DEAR MR. EDITO,, -Doubtless miot Iof your re -Ad-
ers witnessed, or at any rate l aoe heard of t, grent LX!t(r rtinel 'lallinX Potatoes,
excitenieut which pre'vatil on Fr'nt Nt. on Th.ll'- M ,en -,- d .
day last, the 21,t inst., on the r_.a iofu f tli' Fire ar
in the Store of Mr. 1-Hery Rotiln'onu. The ener- The Lest Feli-lizer TImportedl.
geti; efforts of the well oryni:edl (:-) Fite litigade to PiLOUG HS and FA 1 M I NGc
subdue the flames anil the oihder tiht praillel are -- M r
well worthy of note in fact., taki.Lg iuto c.ou.,i.lertU- tL M 1 1 V .I
tiou the extent of the Fire (which half a dozeu OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
cool, minded men, with bucket:-, could.t ave extin- Reid Street, adjoining
guikhed in about, 5 minutes) and the quantity of ret, a
salt w.aler thrown into the store, it is. a great won- Armiy I 'ny Orices.
der that the owner wv.- enabled to ..ave itlii hg Octoer 25, !;;'.05.-3
from his stock of gools. The nu:-v Steam Fire En- ..-,-- .
gine was ou haul andl did its w..-'k wcl ,1'inly it was ,- W a
too late to do auy go-t1 cxc-.-pt to.. ilrr thi: wat.-,'r .I '4J.A. K ..l
in the Corporation tnuk witli brin'. It .v-oul1 not
Le L bad idea, if t"l'1'_ w "t. :.1n' m1 ,.in i .:tC. i. ._ 1 D,
power on u-:h o^^. 'i t to .:. .-.. .
as it w e 'o a '11-i 1 g; rtd' l? .1t, .- i. ", 't t. T ': ,- : '
thus enable the cFitn t ,.i L ?-f.. : l,:iiit -.X- .. ..
-Hoping' that it will be a l'... while t.. -L.- '.o 0 N i ) '-'ui
acil unt f the kin:" 1 r,.l u, ::, U .
I i .rmai ., ny D 1.; .-.' r, TTT o.-i'',. ,:, a.- t i .- e ; (-a '. ;.r o..a 'k,.i., '-.;r,
SCRITICUS. .,.-. -[ been h"ee,
......- Appiy.to
The whale caught b) Cow a.y ii w:,e and CHAUNEY,
from which 2,001 0 Tiiir.u. of ,-iii we O xti.'ac'-Tl, 1. 1.
was killed by t.ulleCt f aw i. M. S. < ,.i'r6 .
The whale vigs iy, i L -... i, .- i .. r l .;'1 .- i _r .
to the officers. A few moaients lat-er a No.ldeisfelt
gun was pointed to the whale, anti its buody pierced LY V the Traviel.!:" TOBA' CO, sold by
in a dozen places, by inch bullets, fhorn which little II. A. GItAN 1'1AM, 16i) 1 47 Front
fountains of blood spurted.-Ilaljfa., H,7ratd, Oct. 2 Street, Hamilton,-3


Look ouf yoI Hofys, 5th'
of J'-ovemiber is Coming.


Alhl the Subscriber bein( well
awni e of the tfat has acted accordingly
Anii h is just iLRecived a Splendid .:ssiiirtment of

FIR WORKS.


A tS 0,
FIR ECRACK Ei RS,.
I !
,-, ln c .


by thoI


BO I


.All For Sale at e'..ee.lingly low Cash Plics.c.
so Re..cive,! iby t:- ..'le iner 1'" ,t IM U I)A,"
n thuio Assorti'ment of
CIGARS, CfG.ARETTES and
TOBACCO.
Thliose hi ve been personally selected by tlie
Sil!u:.eiilJe r e.'i.:c al:,ly for this M market, alili are
the best in their isl-nd ..
.\iln a Coniig'iliiL.. if Black and Coh Lr;tf

In si li l o.xe p'iriculiiry convei.'nie t for retail
>I)ean:.,., at :\ ow prices .
Sign of the '" ilf; CIGAR.'
[1. A. GRANTHANIM,
No'. -i6 tz. -17 Fruit iStreet, lHamilut. .
<.Kto-.er i16h, i! ). -3

Te 0Prg'O of Pi eh


Per Schr. I'yjomiig,
Is now lbeini"e DiswlriuigL d ait, i'ashiulgltoii's
WVharfa.i! is ready for dulivery.
Please mak ,t e-irly applicationn to
TR OTT 4 COX.,
[ iaiiiilton, Berniuda, 2
tIh (JOctobter, 1 ->.




.l,,J o a tfiatoes..)
u.d-, A 4 L) A L -0.

The Undlersignied expects to re-
Sir e about 'Lth Novr. 'ext a Ca.rgo ol Clio;co
Garnet


L'l.i t s o l f !-)i ,:rrmud-i a .Mida rkel, aund
should advise p:artiis to call and examine Stork
oil arrival, before purchia-in.r e lewhere.
1'THOS. H. Pl1ITT.
liamilton, Oct. 25, 1< 0.-2- *


C. T. CONYERS,
\'lOLES-\l'I & RETAIL


AND D.EALEit IN
Teff9, eC g SCog/;S' S

English and American Goods,
No. 9 \\'eit Front Street, Hamnilton.
Octo!er Sl iill, 18 0.- 6:i


0' +. i .'
A^.manahCi, i-lda 3 & Directory,
1881,
.S 1row in c.'iulse '.O r-vi-,io '.r.n -l prep ) ration.
S Parit'e wI) Ih ) e cI,;;anir.n i.e.l their lilace. : o f
lu.: incss ori' whose iaiim i atid occupition miiay
h:.ve b:eeii incorrectly stafe.l, or whose names do
iot appear in i the )IR ECTOR V, will oblige by
addressing the loyal GazeotO" Office.
Thii. Publication having a wide circulation in
Berviuda atlii abroead ;'nd purchased by ail Tour-
i.mits ait l'.m .ilUveriizers unequalle ed '.cilitio...
!ca pp iion r ..Ir a I.I.ri .g a 3')ipace should be invade
s P.:' I ,' a pq ,s-ibi .:.
DONALD M-PHEE LEE,
Proprietor and Publisher.
IiLaailhon, Sept. 24, 1380.

fl eigC/t and Excursion
Boat



S. r T .ll M. *: e- i:t I
;l'iX !', i" .'d c. ,' !'3 [,s hi t ro 4.i
L i i r. .. .. .. .
t ; .. i' he i ..it : .. "
by ti li ..'ii t<,;i.t UN !O o'" tor !he Our-
Ipo!''*S (oh .;rr'.it'n.: L rl n i '.' business li,'pI ?3ies ,i!., c h
S -Ii'..: ;I- f i3ti, lit i -idi reasonable iC 'a es
to i- i ve .1, ,-:.. ": .'.,,.,"o :..l li 'i" e ir lo".
t T..-" 1' l'i' Ii'" uill fy a simi'- Fl P I
t I t i'd I ch t' .. i C iin t r i.- -

i! i L '." ,..0ii Ibe t'-la.u:!ed for i' ',ision 1
Ii ij) F rei ltiii'L, r.o
IV.L J. LIG THOURA
llamiltoi, Oct 5th, 1830,


Sale of icOss Propel'ty,
Officers Household If/ects, 4.c.,
Anml other R,_in'mimental Property of I '19li1 Re-
giment, pirviouus to their departure from the
Colony, will take place

On Wednesday,
The 17th November, proxinmo, or two d:vs a;f-
toy' the arrival! of i!er Maijesty's Ship Croco.
dile" expected hei;r'- on 15thi proximo.
P'arliculars inri suc.ecedirg advertisements.
5i. Geoi .e's., 25th Oct., 180.



By the Barrel,
At lowest Prices for the Cash.


Apply to

Hiamilton, 5th Octr., 18e0.


S. S. INGHAM.


I.D VICE
How to get rid of your bad co'd.

Go to E. A.l EYEI I,
(lflt, CONFECTIONER,


As inillions ol t icured l.y is celubratel COI
DROPS
Old Fashioned aiOLASSES C tNDV,
for you and your children.,
.E. lEVER,
Cor, of Victoria Street &I
I ro adway
Hramilton, October 1I, 1880.-31 i


Estate of Walter W. Darrell,
Deceased.


Ii-,
I.


good


Isq


sq,1


Notice.
A L L CLA IMS against the above
~ I Estate mu-st be s-'nt ii by 20th Novein-
ber next wor settlem-nt, anti all persons IN-
I)EI)T'IED to the said I'-'.-late are required to
nu:ke satisfactory arrangement of their respect-
ive amounts by the above date.
ANNA S. DARRELL,
Ex\ecutrix.
Southanliplon, Sept. 20, 18t-o0.


Removal.

jHiill E Undersigned inf. :,i'lns the Inlihal aitints of
Somerl;set Parish and tile Public generally
that lie hasP
lRemnovedl hIis Office
from Mr. Riehard Been's resilenco to his new
Building MOTE ClUKIFTY," near Masonic
Lodge, Mangrove ,Bay, where he viits Profes-
sionally every Friday.
Also, takes this opportunity of returning his
grateful thanks to those who have so kindly pat-
ronized him, and trusts that thev will give him
a call at his new Ollee, where they will see that
lie liha turned to account thiir liberal support.
W. 0. F. BASCOME, M.D.,
F. A. A., D. S.
Mote Cristy, Someiset.
S.pit. 28, 1!850.
-:AVE vou smoked the GEM OF TlHE
I SEA" Smoking Mixture Hi. A. GR \N-
TH.,AMl has for Sale ? If in)t c so.-3

A CARD.

0111IE Undeisigned respectfully directs the at-
t tcntion of the M IERCR N'LINTS OF BElR-
MUDA to the fact that for some years past he
has been cuminected with the House of
H. K. F, B. THURBER 4. CO.,
Exporters, importers and Manufacturers
of Food Products,
West BIroadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
New York City.
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar \ih the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Grocer-
ies generally.
Any Orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptlyi filled with the assur-
ance that they will receive iall the advantages
which the special facilities of tihe Messrs. Thtur-
.,er t:nok. le [hcic -i to 'I1L. A ti1il crdei, no nu t-
i(r e. bow i mal i, Irav sy I.l i lli itiuaIl benelit and
v.ill be appreciated by.y
ALDEV[T V, MINICK,
With F K. & F B. TrIUl)J,)t & CO.,
New Yolk City.
.A'ru st 3, 18 (0.- 3.t

Cook and House M aid
S ,,T r ,'. .T sT I

IE' ANT DLini,-meiately a good)PlainlCOOK
v also a good HOUSE MAID.
Apply at the Royal Gazelle" Office.
ilamnilton, O,'u. 13, 18..0.


"LON])DO N"




LTE OF STEJ.elTERS
FOR
Bermuda and ANassau, J.'P,
ll PP ERiS are in formed that it is] intended
to despatch Steamships from the (Eastern)
I1ondon i'ocks for the above ports as under:
Steamers. Tons. London. Dartmouth.
Solway," 792 6th Octr. 7th Ocir.
Himalaya" 80 17th Novr. 18th Novr.
".,o!way" 792 22nd Dec. 23rd Deer.
R. P. TKINS 4. CO.,
Agents.
September 30th, 1880.-3m

For Sale,
A Fine HIarmionium,
By A\LENA.NDEI-.
Snhitable for ( church or Chapel.
Apply to
G. F. BOUCHER.
llamilt ii, Sept. 21st, 1830.
A iK your Grocer for A. E. WHYLAND'S


To all whom it may (.on-

ce,'ll.


Edwin A. Meyer
Will be found at the Horse Races, alongside
the Grand S.tand (I-Enclosure), ready to serve
"AS YOU LIKE IT,"
Parisian ICE CREAMS Water ICES
Fine CON SECTION 1E: RY
Fancy CAKE, 'TE,\, COFFEE and other Re-
fIeshrineiqts.
liamilion, October 19, 1880.

Be"rmuda Hotel,



AUGUSTUS H. PASCHAL,
PaOr1PPzITOn,
West Water St., St. George's, Bermuda.
I\very nccoimnodation and attention given to
the Comfort of Boarder.s and Transient Guests.
Luncheon provided at the shortest notice.
September 29th, IS80.--6m



THE Undersigned has Received
from London a first Class

With moveable figures, designated "The Zulu
Band." Is prepared to attend, at very reason-
able rates, Juvenile Parties, Concerts, Pic-Nics,
&C.
The Music is first Class and the wonderful
movements of the Band are most amusing and
astonishing.
GEORGE OAIKLEY.
IHamilton, June 7th), 8It80.


A L L who wish to have their
Kit.che'in Utlik,; Bath Tuhs, Windows,
Brass Work and Wood Work Clean and
Bright
Should use the Scouring, Clean.
ing and Polishing


I' PRIDE OF TilE KITCdEN."
Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Proprietors.

Lee! Ice!! Ice!!I

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish


Daidy (Sundays e..eepted)
From their -tc-rj iin Buauaby Street to any per-
son w1ho may dcsire a supply.
Vo CustoUaers in Ilamilton and Vicinity it
will b? delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
,'clock till ,nonn-commenciug on 1st April.
The l;r:ee is one ponny per pound for 12 lbs.
and upwards.
A pInny I:aif-pEnf.y under 12 ibs.
Bermuda Arilficial Ice Company.
llaniiton, March 24th, 1879.
A. GR ANTIIAM is thi Sole authorized
Agent for the IIEKTOG.tAPII" iq
Bermuda.-4


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Oct. 'L'-Steamrqi Gulfa'( c.4a'*..iih 1011i W Gll~n vtan .pot
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D'arrell .T.Drel&C.

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sprnru' up titra-h, ova'a aatntiiit ;llo' ;Wak~ing maril
P,ta'ainer', lia' %vittd N. V.% taJ X. LXV tt nvvlt 5
liiit a fl ftar .-IIIS.% 1.ali, sratn 'laa. hIatia', sell,
iilIiti dotvs u jit at-i'ae .'- I-!t. attiaQd I .41611-`h ai
mnid rain- .11tthI, ninadoratp IiecLe'. I1i11](' l ; 1, %% irnl
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dat. 1,CalLt. ,*J. P.I vl; a ll;'tt, ti';;;; Sliz-naelt Ii. Chitrd.
bound aalto Nev., Yaork MvtlI a a I ';-I Of 4,11ifa tif 1ts Itai-aall
61.10 iona)S i rtri it~la~te ~aiii' at Al urrav *s

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a!-ta I. Jill!; S. iJ;rill.

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linre ;- (M'Y( d kSale of


" By PIblic Auction,
r is )y, [ Hluesdlay,

2-nd TIns.alnt.,
Will boe Sold .-t the EpArium. about 1,000
Garments that. were damaged by Fire andt
S Iltwa -t.-r : !lt O1.. a .b-r.
SENTS TwN%,, c(l SUITS
G' BElack Cloth ,'SUITS,
Di.-gonal CO.TS a-nl VESTS
Tweod COAIS' and JACKETS an.l Fine
Tweed. P NTS


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WVILLI3 BECIANI-SE)
T 0 0 R RJ 0W.'


tFro.m 10'330 a,m. to 6"'',) p.m., by order of the
There will I-.:. a. Club Tent at tihe Race
Canirse under' tl'e inan-,'eitient of the St'ward,
where M.-mibers nmay obthuin Lunchri-n anal
Rt freshmeints.,
REGINA.LD GRAY,
Hony. S._'..'ret at y.
2'rtl N ,,v.vic -:. f l: '., f


.lInt Races. '
T i lE; lJti.i.n..-a;'_re.(, -Stc'ward of tie iRi4.yial Ber-
mtda ai h' ( lub, v ill provide L. incmheolf
at theh 'nt e the Novtiember, as

'lT u Tent mil ha.v, t.he a!%hq Fil:. fly-


JL.A USTI N.
Hnnil toll,Ocoe 'II .l '


FRES PORK.


the lHaImilon
Store


Co-operative


cL- GATVAIAY next:, 6th inst.,

lialrill~mi, N '. nr. 2nd, I 0

One Cause (0 1 sed


It is i. "I alit-? at1 u-nt''r'.1Y? ai~ii .(r

afl[aTT~ra & COX,


"The Latest Style of'1 AIi -9
W. ~`WA TLLIA G TON,
t &d t i!A ler Queen.


U4 ~- u i-ANO
0 Barrel's Pec"ivian GUA,'NO, it-

NMapes, O'nto aN N UiIRl E5 i[ Ills.
4-ll ii tle v ( 1ar.ai Iu.. 1in tea",1I i) he a-,e lil.
R4eiura"


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From don just IReceivedl,

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Hamlbm, :1-di I ac artei- a3p

Aft JACS7-J60


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on s t ak ia St:at[and -t Iin



.~in rl ale n. le-.? a kaJ wi le t i n IT1J, t L u ecr
hialst ale VCL R11"WLtc e na na af ml


Notice.


Shelly Bay Races.


BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Notice concerning Steam Launch
UNDER THE BIG SHED, DESPATCH.
........",_^",*x. W


On Tii'ursday next,
The .-th inst., at 12 o'clock, M.,
_H ALF Chests English TEA
SL 50 S )ul.eri.:,r HAMS
25 Bat'rr'el Table POTATOES .
10 Dru;ns Halifax CODFISH
10 Boxes F:uily SOA.P
5 Cas(.- MATCHES (50 gross)
5 Box,-s Black TOBACCO, ;3's
25 Bang OATS 25.3 Bags BRAN
25 Bags CORN
2 Dozei Bottles Assorted PICKLES
3 Tubs BUTTER
1 Case DRYY GOODS
1 Cs"e BOTS ana.i SHOES
3 Half-Hhda. English PORTER
1 2 P..t, BULGGY, in g'ool order
2 Sets New HATRNES'S
1 Dozen Car-riag-', WHIPS
A L.,-t A.f GaaIrden SEEDS
I New Cel- 'i ADDLE
S13 Btis Rd. Onion SEED, a balan.-e of this
year's importation and known to be good.
ALSO,
1 Monkey, full of tricks
And aiany other Goods that will appear at
the Sale.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
A erl-'. lers.


Hamilton, November 2, ISSi..


Leave-.; Hamilton 9 n.m.
Somerset Frry 9'30 a.m.
Ducking Stool 1 15 a. n.
Farte 2 Single Ticket.
I' 3 3Rt-turn Ticket Some'rset


2ND TRIr.
Le-wve Motunt Lang-ton (Duc.king Stool) 11-15
a.im Arrives at. Shelly Bay 11-35 a.m.
Faro to Shelly Bay, 2nd Trip, 1/.
S, S. INGHAM, JR.
Itarnilton, ist Novc-imb:r, 1680.

(Conveyances to and from

Slthe Races.

'One'e 9s.hisa^' lo or Ir isoa.
ONE SHILLING AND SIXPENCE round
trip, secured only by Ticket.
The sail boat UNION" and the Itowing
Boat LELA," will ply between the Ducking
Stool and Shelly Bay fo: the purpose of accom.
nicdating persons going to and returning from
tie Ilices, to-morrow, Wednesday, 3rd inst.
( The first Boat will leave as soon after
9 a.m. as possible.
WM. J. LIGHTBOURN;
LHanlion, Novenimber 2, 1880.


BY PUBLIC AvrUTIx, Dudley Hollis,
SAt 12 c'cloc:, M., N the New Building just. North of the Shelly

ON TH U RSDAY ayRt Couise will be prepared to serve
11th Novemb.:,i. Ice Creamns ,c9 other Refreshments,
On th, Whorf ii, fi,,nt. cof our Stores, for b,-ne- On the day of the Races
fit oft whom it, may Concern, r'..... ... nk. ,


Thle well-kzn,-" Sail Boat

^, "CONQUEROR,"
.L.. '- recently refitted with new sails,
,-. 3'-. a- a- r'igg n. ,, Li c ., &c '.
A Lot of Lead Ballast.

The Cedar Sail Boat Beriu:liaitan'
formerly owned by C. G. Gosling, Esqr.,
1 (Coar 1low Boat, 11 feet keel,
(:opper fastened
A Lot o:,f Moorings, Kcdge, Chain, &c.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamrilton, November 1, 1880.


Notice.

The Brgt. I IIH. L3TLIIMER,
Exxpectad to Arrive ahout 10th Instant from,
l'rince Edward I land with the following



Which will be Advertised for Sale at Public
Auetio.i, on Arrival.
goo 1P %RRELS Garner POTATOES
2 101) B irrels MINNISOTAS
500 li ineli iest Table POTATOES
1200 Bnsihels heavy Tlack OATS
1000 L,,s. BARLEY
1000 LLs. O.ATM'11AL
10 Cores IK,'KEVWOOD
20 'Ton.-s :perior Corpre-3ed II A Y, in 100
Lbs. B13.1c
,. 12 Farm and Carriage
'i HORSES,

G Superior HEIFERS, in Calf

S6 Superior Cows,
5 in Calt
50 Lirce P:>t SHEEP
S150 Young GC E'SE
This 1'arg'o has been carefully Selected by H.
WIILAON HIGGS, E-.qr., of Bermiiuda, who
has tahicn great pains and trouble in the selec-
lion. '"'he Potatoes are well cured and free
Ilim mixtures. The Horses are all known to
le ,[o,.' and ivwll bred. The Cows and lifer.-:
are firou the best Imported Stock and expected
to imi kc large Milkers.
B. W. WALKER. & CO.,
Auctioneers.
itarmilton, N ,ovr. 2, 1 (, .

1 Notice.

The Undersigned expects to Re-
i civ in a f'ew day.i ex "t *T. H. A. Pitt"
Cargo of Choice Garnet

a at, .' I r p-itidi S.L
S, --(,


S !iwu; .ld a ik-1v Va rmerg kota callIarnd examin e
-';ia l : 1n "a-a 1wibeorie Paurelnaii lagC Iek w here.
~atal.Guaratntaod ai~d Iri, e-iat, lowest Mhir-

T. HI. PITT.
a l~ ma~t tu111j Naavr.List, SiJ l --il

C10Tratge Gloths.

[1hdu~ornie.Shades, Claret Ciirriaigro



L H rj iA Y LiivtgG LO0VE z3
FanetEUG' 1U-S.-
LOC'K\VAED S&INGIIAM.
November 2,il, 180.-1


I I t- i'l I'1 IT Ima l L lNll .,|3 .)
Hnamilton.Nov. 2nd, 1So0.

Garnet Seed Potatoes,
0. T3S, IMV', .c.

'i',o Undersigued 1'Ters 'ihe Cargo of Schooner
SJ. L. Cotter"' expected to arrive in a *few
days with the fuik.-.ing, viz. :
700 Barrels Pure Garnet

POTATOES,
Specially selected for. Sceel by an expe-
rienced dealer at Shediac, N.B.,
1000 Bushels Heavy Black OATS
100 Bales HAY anid W'hi't Pine LUMBER
All of the above will be sold at very low rates
from the \'harf.
S. S. IVNGH.J1M.
I ainilton, 2nd Novembei, I.PO.-'2 3p

Pure Garnet Seed Po-

tatoes,
warranted d free fiomn mixtures o 'Western Reds
or other kinds.
500 BI IR/5LS
Just Received per S. S. Beta" and now
offered at lowest prices for Cash andon accom-
mnodating terms to approved Purchasers.
V. T. JAJImES,
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, Nov. Ist, 1880.-- a3p

Notice to Farmers.

rHilE Fhrque N, STOVER." with the Port-
" land GUANO and Box MA TRIAL Ad-
vertized by the Under:,igned, is now discharging
at the Long Shed and our Customers are res-
pectfully asked to call for such quantities as they
may require -as early as possible.
TRO'TT ,- COX..
Haimilton, Bermuda,
Nov. 2ud, 1880.--1

"Gazette" only.

ESTATE OF
The Late Jalmes Cox.

Notice.
SL Person'? haviiig just CLAIMS a ainst
the EEtat. of th late JAMES COX,
Stone-muason, Peninbroke Piarish, are request-
ed to send in same on or bejbre the 80th dao of
pNivin.tber insltni. All Indebted to the abovo
Estate will ple,,se make payment on or before
the above date.
ROBERT WHITE,
SOLOMON SIMMONS,
.Executo s,.
Ilaailtou, Nov. 2, 1S).-3

Christmas Cards.

New Year Cards.


Received by the SOL WIV Y from
London,
A Chow-e Lot of Christmas and New Year
CA D It S,
Vhihli will be reaijy for Inapection on FRIDAY
next at the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
Iamilton, November 2nd, 1880.


.,a. *. tttd'a,' ,al. bc ,., :a,,otiil L ui t -.n

3 Small Chip EASKET.
i Ire tinder on le'-viIng same :t the "Ra . ai
Gazette" Oflice will be suitably Rewarded.
Hlamilton, Nov. 2iAd, i880.- -


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Will 10111.1%VS ,
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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


Notice.

Extensive &TImnportant -4f titt't U0|>1il

A.c-tion Sale. t .r *wae xsa


TO SELL,
337 Xs U B X IGAU :ODN1
ON'rHiE

ANt 12 (c,'loel: N a,,n
At, the Officers' N'lerss1-19th 11g.,-
,Nt. GCeorgc~

[11oiiseh old I uirnituiI'o,
A tnd a ullier Prope rrvbt lon, iin- Ito Lieu I Colo)](nel
I'.I' ~Tgos, dierstirl le of!1 -1,90h1FN cg

JjA R A W] NG RI (3 1' '-!'A311s. (GocarSe ~ated)
Rockiniu5 Cl-IAl IS, (1,.r'1 8& aotd, &c
Dining fRoon an~i Bedl Roona U ii A I PS,
M A'rT ING I)ininv and totiv-r TABLE'I IC
B1LINDS
CUlUP!'lN8', (hRc~i,,111:..lmr itnI Calieo)
Iron BiSlCliS, xre mai hruall)
Camp BEDSTEADS


G LASS'.A P.E DELIR' qp(-)-,,l'lkltY
SAFES, (Mleat, &c,)
Mosquito c(ii.itir AIN S
litch-errUn E ~&'o &., .
ALSO,
I f ino t 1 ioV,) a -i y d i &pa 6o of
The well k a h '.ii L ba:i gur incidhuniter



Charger and 'Driv ing Huirse
C A M 1I- 1-4
IFour-wvheeledl WAGO-INIB'I"N~i,
f or Ioi2 II en es, w i t~iLan w A 1prns,~
cuishionns, Pole. &'V. i-h -r excel lent ordcr.
1CA R AIAGE, with Pole
1rea. CAAT, on Sr (-a most
Suitable A rti~ e f- Fa rm~ers aind iniimti
class order)
I Pair Carriage LAMP11
I MARE I Set of HAIRN[ISS


O1 0 W,
(qool aid very haid:oine) 1.o calve in Decr ,
next,
)I VARDI{OBE, with cgass d.ors.
S1A It RI A 1E, in 7ery good order
I' .etof (tIIIAHNE.9" i ii'i vy ,.t4od oirder

-1A C H Tl
(1 To'o,) with Sai!', & .'
II INGY, witlh &;ails
Racing GIG fourr O.ars) witi :liiing Seats,
R udder, Oanrs and iloa t house.
4 Rugby Union FOOTBALL.
Goal Posts
S Boundary FOOTBA lJ., Goat 'osts
pIGEON Ilolu BOX fN r 1 aptri
ice BOXES REF11(i:RA I'0tS
2 Large Wall LAMPS, with Heflectors
Files of TIM E" Iliusirated PAi'EliS
MIAGAZINES, &c., ur !187.-79 (vizt., Corn-
hill, Blackw..c d, Fraser, c., & c., bound
:and unb anid i
A Quantity of rVINE, and other Arti'leA to, i
nuiI ierco1s 1to !in-en a'-!iI.
A LSO,
cI Cow 3 so wS
SBOA HE HENS
3 C'OCKS 8 I)0UCKS 4 lI:NCOOPS
4 FORKS 3 R AKS 4 P HICKS
I SPADE 2 Water t'OTS
2 Iron Firo POTS 30 tARRROWS
3 HOES I Barrow and BAR R.EL
SCUFFLE IINE and C1tPP1EI'
I SLED)GE 3 .-H()OVEL.
I LAMP 1 Mosquito NE'i
I Door MAT POR'f'TIANT"ri..\J
Further Pairtitieuhairs of Property in! Cor.diti-
ons of .'-alo may be obtained b,' application to
the Under signed. p.
W. T, ROBERTS,
Auctioneer.
-- SL (eorge's, Novn imbor x, IASi.--ti e

Onion Box Mate-

rial, & c,,
Cargo of Brig '" Dauntleis," now loading at
Bangor, comprising the tundterrcntioni'd,
viz, *


30000)nioni Boxes
Of he usual superior manitiufactuie,
20000 BRICKS
HfF, FIREWOOD 4. LUM-
KBER.
The above iay Lie expe-cted about i01h in-
stant, and will be 0old on accommodatiing (terms
to approved purchasers.
... -5,, S. 1JNGIdIM.
Hamiilton, 2nd November, 1880.-2 3p

For0 ale, '
Ex rigt J SC
f50 Barrels Mape Prepared

Ber- .. nd t..

TH S.. TH. PI TT,
Hamilton, Nov. jst, 1860.--2'


TeA rn-r.J.er Porforrwazces 1)y La-




On SrIIRDY,


v'ck Is ina v be r.Id line'! ir~. .'11 tall'- u r-eon
Powi~Aer, B. .or r, Pitunali, Wardter, Spar
YuL rd.
NovenmYi-2A. H __90._

_Jo x a t oei 'Ia,
(iuano, &i
TheliUnder.s,igrh-:d is n o %v r,,,c eiving0




E"Isturn k[laihli Fitii GU ANO), a %%ell known
Versor Al. I()xho hav ci v'a~d *illp lease CallI as
calyas ptillssb lk, and rec''A v1 From ~W a rr
O~L3( N IPAN\D,

IEv'.s i N A I L"'. '1d.,-1d.' .5d.


Choice G~arnet SSSe e(d i 0T3TO E'S

7- Trms ,Il :ceommiodatinrr.
!,~rY11108. J. HADSsO..-


Corporations No~tice,

TO) Irrcellt file t.1 irLiif1-kWhiCh 11,;11V lar!sc
Nom livindi '-rinli'iite VEWI`N 011,
S( j~t R rid olier Firewor ki in the Ires
,)II i I s oif tlireTc~wiri f 1ha1milton' pii3 as
fliv Police Act restrier's [ie carrying of Fiffe.about
tlr. d..r S Iree t S I:1), 1J:1 .9aridI d i-i char i m.
l' "icior .~ wi'.linHis,-,Thlown, 'IPl '';
Pt)IA TI (N %'F' P1,I L TON w'ar'n tIne i-
liaijitniirs of tli.' surne ini .rder that ihev umay



Vtllli n dii' Police Lillitiiof,I(iTtire Tow.
N. A. B UTTIE R FIIUL),
I '1' F O. ~ .
Hiamuiltoin. Nov. 1. 1,81-0.


fl Hats,


Hats,


w^. 1 rv so
Th/e Undersigned have received
Jrom England,
Per Steamer via New Yourk
A. Large aid Carefully elected stock of the
inoilt far hio ,.l.i.d.l styles of


suitablee for the present Seabon, comprising ng:
G.ENTS lIartl ll!acwk Felt HlATS
GCes inird Brown Felt HATS
Gents Sof Blac l. t Felt HATS
Silk and l ribI HATS
ii.,ck Cleriall !.ATS
T'eed IIAATS and CAPS
NMen's and Youthr' American Soft Felt HATS
.4 ND,
Boys' H A I'S of all kinds in large
variety, all at very luov prices.
LOCK.WAV A D & IINGHAM.
NovembIelr '2 ? 1.-.)., -[

NOTICE.


i~ ~sow


.140,000 Feet.
iade~i on s cij'ouner ".1. IP. \%VTYj*4
me~pcted rit,' rii'(: fror-A l:aclisonlvi~llehI IIa

FLOORINkG, P., pau(IdG. I inch,
anrd I j inc~h tGinc*h
Ditto Pl'ain .l1wited I iinch anid II

~SA NI I N G, 5 x4, 4 x 3f, S3x 2)
9 K ti3,G ; xjc6 Q, 4 c ., 3 x3
PIK .T.1 Planud and h'uriavtd
BAULK f) to P2 .x 1:
Pu rrchaseris of 10100 (Jfeeta and u pwa ni q wIlIILie
allowed a i beral diecomrit
S. S. ]A G( J1J.1.
1 amI ~rftror1, 2ni d ;'. N-)v.,i'ilh-I n I w


CorerOf Queen 4. Reid Straeets

Is inom rec~ivirig, o Suiway' from London

Gents (JxfbIIld 111l0`6
Vourlilo' White 61'l 1Ii'PS


A rd OcicSlecrio


L~anc


,jf
fit
8 oy s,


&c.,
Sultabl, for Christmas Pr(ecnit..s
November 2, 18.0.-3


FALL OPENING.

Es.G LISHfg SCOTCH
4t,


i very lanre and imd.ome .s-ortmnient of
GOODI.J, select,-d especially by illOt. LOCK-
\VA It I) 1or the present sea-,io, ofletreld by the
Undiersigincd this day, compi i.ig iin part
LA DIES DRESS GOODS
Ladies JAIAC'K ElI'S .
Ladies ULSTE1RS
Blak and Colored Sil l; PARA SOLS
White and (.oloured liKi GLOVES
SI '-7 .

Black Dress Goods
M E.I~NUS, PAR -IMA''TAS,
Fer.-ch T',I.1,S, L.-iSi ALPACCAS,
and CO(liU{(;AS
Of un-urpassed qualities, aid at exceedingly
low prices.

'he most complete assortment of
Men' -, Y,:ulthir and Bys

UR IS H 0 0 D
Ever Offered.
And a large vari.-i of otlhJi Good.i too numer-
oui to menti.,ji.
LOCKWVJRD 4. IA GHJ/1,,
SHamnilton, ictber I., S1 0.-3 3p

R ece i ved,
Per BETA from Halif ax.
^ .2 H an: ,tne Carriage


"i l- 1,
3 Heavy Drau1ght 5OCiES
OUTERBIDGE BROS.,
Reid Street.
Novemb,,kr 1st, 1880.-2


C i-iiit" (ei'.`, -"on i;e :il,
S',(,'r,:. njv prep-rI d' f:. any call,
N, walk in ;er,.ni n i :ad the ines\a,
lVhil- t '-.( ei J u.iv o r l 'uls and Shoc. es
PLACE, DICKENSON & CO.,
Boot and Shoemakers,
Now beg to l o 'iciiinice to the public of lBermu-
da that they have opened Stop in the above-
iuinedI busi;er., rover !jh Giocery Store (f Mr.
D)avid \V. lilu.es, F!oii t- street, (F ast of Fown
I all) Ilanmilion, where they hope, by their dili-
L-ieie aind circrunspc:tion to busine.is, to nimeriL a
share of the public p-trmoiage. Mr. Place, after
tight en years ecpt-riece, e'i.it of wliichi have
bien spi S) in iihe Firm lof Johan liogan, 1 q-r.,
together with those of his juiir partner's,(A D.
Dlckiinson and \1'. Ziiil,) now seeks to clili n
the ri:;Iht of :, public ttest in the above named
bu.,ine-s l i his N Firnm g iirantees to i.s patroii
tlhe most modern styl.-s of F.: land, Fia.ie mind
America, as seren oi our iF'shio)n Plate If 1iSS0,
and tihilst besp.ankig in behalf of lie above-
named Firm we mn.st Irspectfully beg to iitformi
our friends and the public generally that all
work entrusted tio our care will be executed
with fhiteiiiies and dspntrh.
N !.'--All orders for work to be sent by mail
must !e ace, 'nipanied with the money. including
postage.
T'eriis moder.it, C, 0., D, and no souitl of
the Clock.
TH I I FIR11M (Sign the Tri-colored lioot.)
T.J. A, W. A ZUILL
PLACE, DICKENSON & CO.
Hlamiiton, Hermud.x, Nov. 2, I8S0.

FRESH PORiK.

To be had at No. 1 Family Grocery
Every S A TURD A Y,
Until Further Notice,
At 7d. per Lb. for C. 0. DP.


in the hive we :uie all alive,
With milt a.t waet as hlon
If you are dry s:'p in and tr)
But don't forget the money'
C, P. S. JEMI,
North Side Pembroke,
Noveirher '?nd, 18'lJ.-3


y.
IETT.


Garniet Seed Potatoes.

The Undersigned have received
pei' S. '.*l' ienlrmua,' froi New Yoik,
44 Barrels Garnet Seed

POTATOES
Anid expect to receive per S. S. Ifeta" on
Sidayl,. 2 ith in,.t,, from Shedliac, N. .,
S via H;llil:rx, N. 2., .70 Barrels
Gnir'elt Sed E
PtDT.-i 'T 01 O S.


Tlhe a hove, ha e beer si ~cted wirjr the -neatest
Icarle 11nd %%ill heniler iql atlJoIu%%rates fromiiitire
NV ra rf.
J.T. N!)RBELL -~CO.


Notice
rp 1W E:dcr-I, :w~ mak' a ,ii~ini
:l Is III.. zs', T( I c i wh ret ~ -


i 'dk'L i Li I iI it ~~ a I iii. r.L'.U I I I Ib tt li'ab


Jf0MES KEMPE.
Pagt, A'Octolncli 25, I 8311 .2:3.


NI C-=--=:


THE UNDERSIGNED
EXPECTS TO RECEIVE,


I.T L ,TIRIS WE EK,


Tie, Folow ging





Which will be offered

On arrival

AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW RATES
FOR CASH,

Also on accommodating terms,


To approved Purchasers,
VIZT..

Per Brigantine



from New York,
LS. Fish GUANO
00 BL 100 Bls. Choice FLOUR
25 Half Barrels Choice FLOUR
50 Barrels Corn MEAL
25 Kerosene OIL
25 Pilot BREAD
50 CEMENT
25 Crushed SUGAR
300 Bags CORN
20 Bags PEASE
10 Bags BEANS
200 Sacks BRAN
300 Sacks OATS
15 Sacks Maracaibo COFFEE
50 Half Barrels Family BEEF
25 Half Barrels T. M. PORK
100 Cases Astral OIL
100 Cases Florida WATER
25 Boxes Colgates STARCH
20 Boxes Colgates SOAP
Tubs and Tins BUTTER and LARD
Boxes CHEESE
Cases SALMON OYSTERS, LOBSTER
and BEEF
Boxes Black and Gold Leaf TOBACCO
Holbrooks Patent Swivel PLOWS double
and single
Single and double WHIFFLETREES
Canal WHEELBARROWS
Wagon JACKS
Step LADDERS
100 Kegs NAILS 3, 4 and 5
50 Tons Red Ash COAL for house use
2 25 M. assorted N. P. LUMBIER
HAY &c., &c., &c.

Per Brigantmine
"LOTTIE BERTHA,"
From Shediac, N. B.,

1 000 BARRELS very choice se-
) looted Garnet Seed
POTATOES
300 Barrels Table POTATOES
3000 Bushels Heavy Black OATS
50 Barrels TURNIPS
5 OATMEAL -
5 EGGS
50 Half Barrels MACKEREL
50 Tubs. BUTTER
50 Drums FISH
100 Cases Comb MATCIIES
12 Cart HARNESSES
3 Express WAGONS for Farmers use
25 Tons HAY


1HOR1SES
GEESE


COWS SHEEP
e, t&e., f&c.


Per 1Schooner
BRIGHT STAR,"
From Bangor, Maine,

40,000 Onion BOXES
10,000 Tomato BOXES
100,000 LATHS -
25.,000 Cedar SHINGLES
SI',0 BRCIKS


P7&c.


LUXI PtE R


JOHN F. BURROWS.
Hamilton, 1st Nov., 1880.--1

"Colonist" copy.


Nov., 2, 1SSO


Garnet Seed Pota-
toes, Oats, Cows, &c.

T HE Undersigned have received
advices that the British ilrigt. Cana.
dian was to leave Charlottetown, P. E. Island,
on the 25th Instant, wiLh the Undermentioned
Cargo, viz. -
800 BLS. Garnet Seed PO-.
TAOES
400 Barrels PROLIF[CS do.
2000 Bushels OATS (ifeavy Black)
100 Bushels TURNIPS
20 Barrels PARSNIPS
i0 MACKEREL,
20 Tons HAY 150 SHEEP
10 Head CATTLE 12 Cords FIREWOOD
150 GEESE 70 Tons Blacksmith's COAL
The above will be offered at Public Auction
on arrival.


J.
Hamilton, Oct.


T. DARRELL & CO.
206, 1880.-23p*


NEW GOODS
In every Department,
Carefully selected, and at prices which will bear
comparison, according to style and quality,
with any in the market, to be had at the Store of
N. T. BUTTERFIELD & SON.
Hamilton, Octr. .25, 18S0.-3 3p



,1. LEBRECKT,
Tailor and Habit Maker, Queen Street.
November 2nd, 1S80.--tf*
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF
FICE HAMILTON, 2nd Novr. 1880.
E H Bradford, Edward Branndley, Thomas Bean,
Henry Bavens, E Burchell, Daniel N Beek, Chris-
tiana L Cox, Lucretia Darrell, B F Depen, Iristide
Durup, Susin F Eve, Antonio de Fontes, Wil.
liam Forster, Edward Fraser, Antonio Jose Gomrz,
William Husbands, SamI Holmes, S H Holcrook,
G B & T W Jones, Edward Joell, Samuel Jones,
Matilda Kondoll, Louis Lotimore, John Lloyd,
Guerino Lcdoz, .lohn Manuol, James A Mare., A 11
Mashy, Barqe Nordnrishjold," Bainquo Omen,"
.Mahala Pow.ci, T luchlie, Ellen Robinson, Laura
Swan, Hl nry A Simoni, Brnj Smith, Scipio Tuck-
1 er, )D.aid Tucker, \Vinm aito, Walter Thompson, A
J ''Tait, Luciudia Tucker, Fred T White, France. wV
, Wh'i torii, CE W rllianis, J A Waldon, Albert
Young.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF.
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, Novr. n3, 1880.
M H Bulley, C E Hayward, Mrs Jas Smith, Mrs.
M Simons, Secretary of St George Lo lge No 200,
A F & A M, WVm Smith, (Shipping Comomisieon(,
John Varney.


I


I I


Bermuda Hunt Races.

WEDNESDAY,
nTr NO)vEMBER 1880.
T HESE PACES, which are to be held on
Wednesday (to-morrow), on the Shelly
Bay Pace Course, will commence at 12 noon.
An Enclosure, for the Members of the Ber-
muda Hunt and their friends, with a Grand
Stand, has been provided, from which a good
view of the Course can be obtained-admission
Chili'n- of 13 years old and under half price.
Correct Cards, containing the entries, colors
and full particulars will be obtainable on the
Course.
No Booths or Stands of any description will
be permitted on the ground without the writ-
ten permission of the Honorary Secretary.
Should it be necessary to postpone the races
a Blue Peter" will be hoisted at 9 a.m. at the
Signal Stations, which will signify that the
Races will take place at the same time on the
following day (weather permitting.
Tickets for admission to the Enclosure can
Le obtained at the Stationery Store adjoining
the "Royal Gazette" Office, Hamilton, up to
6 o'clock on the previous evening, and at the
entrance ,to the Enclosure on the day of the
Races.
Lunch and Refreshments will be supplied
by the Steward of R. B. Y. Club. Ices, &c.,
will be supplied inside the enclosure by E. A.
Mfey:.r.
F. CARPENTER, LT.,
A. D. C.,
Hony. Secy.
Below is the Order of running:
The Maiden Stakes
The St. George's Stakes
The Bermuda Hunt Cup
The Grand Military Hunt Cup
The Bermuda Stakes
The Polo Stakes
The Shelly Bay Handicap
The Consolation Stakes
The following are the Weights for the han-
dicap Paces.
HUNT CUP.
Faugh a-Ballagh ................ 12st. 71bs.
Dick ........................... 11st. 51lbs.
Jack........................... 12st. 21bs.
Sportman ...................... l10st. 12lbs.
Soldier .........................lOst. 71bs.
N.B.-Mr. Boresfordl did not handicap Dick.
SHELLY BAY HANDICAP.
Starlight. .......................14st. Olbs.
Dexter ..........................2st. Olbs.
Dick ...........................l11st. 5lbs.
Lord Tom Noddy .................11st. 3lbs.
Faugh-a-Ballagh ................l11st. l0bs,
Jack .................. .... ..... 11st. Olbs.
Sulcan .... .................... 11st. Olbs.
Sultan ............ .... .. ........ ...... lOst. 12lbs.
Count ..........................lOst. Sibs.
Soldier.......... ..... ............ st. 71bs.
Bis .......... ......... ........lOst. 7lbs.
N. B.-Mr. Beresford did not handicap
Faugh -a-Ballagh.
C. C. NEVILE, CAPT., 99th Reg.,
PARK B. TUCKER, M.D.,
CLAUDIUS BERESFORD, Lt., R.E.
Handicappers.


4w







BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


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we o1 not IM iSf MERSi to T, 2to our wor;., th.,i .
tn h ,r- a n..v i v ni ,-ciI i l.ncr if ,on i ,i l ,rin li ; ( ,,fr ar
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et' ";ir. hr i bo i e P,:.- Y f,3.r -ul p,,:that, I O
.am met r..Ki nr vno the in-
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T'li to /.e l' f .y. f 'i,"' i',oi,,;? :"' i-f,7 t k

cohn ian- to as!.k.: r-. 1..... ie" wliat t-;'-l!) h' .
could ,,ofier in he C ti o (if the ri-op..le .ml II7C..:n bire
bavingn daily d -hi.':-.-v ov f th M il, t., ensr;:'t b
pinple I.esidini; on '' either" idlo of the Ilar n".-,n
SOiliud, tlhe 5".-I, prie ivie.i. .Wo hld h e I '\ L v: o.
Susj;eonsorn b.-'i ,i Ca s( r.'-y aefo.a t.e Srt
01'h t .e.-,':I-!ng House in the centre. o r ,talbiib.
a Gr:and CcnItri"l'' nt Ie 1Flatl, with a N:"":.r _!
,100 per ainiui to do all ih wovvrk, o0 hbrO,:- rt'Y
Mail Coche- 'e.T'b way htl.h 1iO'iin nfd af ternoon
nayiil. i y lI ;tnill anni ,1t. vjo q-'Q:a I l, i',t-.
,2ib Oelr., lH'.0). 'ERAX

In lthe t ;-.rat phin..ila .:-eton oli ii fi riht4i A.;'.-
eiatiton for O I'1, ol dr.-:', li., vt : ci e-'ret 'v i.Chi leI!d
it" t ingtil i r,-,.,r ", L.-i .- 'ii.0 -"i
'I H L ti *.... .WO .-i,. 51" ,; .'.i .-te to
t S i m .. .,.," .'i : .A i -. u. *1
A. inC;; *ii ._ .,, ply ; o1 !, 1., 1 .,.,.Y!.!1-. *'v tho it
re ,e,.., '[. '.-,.- o.. f W .1.-,r:':. ir-r ).iI% i ilaillm u
cf P u... a v,,ih v !,i,, ,I:'.tt F ,- I;'.iiJl L .:-.
M 1S hu d t,4 ,.inii i.- i- ';,'.:f Ouit i thie ou ie' t otW
l'out r" c A! n (- tA,.; li:.,. the oh,.t mit,1 the .you,' -
-rt Aim,, -.ur;t c,-. -T!ih ro.ubte by L.ake Nicaragua
a'p:r'.an:-d pI;s, I,., evtn to 'CorI-hz. It was aecur-
atel- ui .v:l niaily '1- y';P-(,tr.t-; [ : ud t e estii-
iimate"- I. 'aill ionl)h I11.. 1 i-ki l ,-ItIV ,-,irui i1gly, are
%viil wiihin !.n-.4.lii.;bh_ \iqr..I It b:_i d! Z _n prf-t e ane
'i tihe'bii.he t au iti in t- U i- States. It
totnl ii0.th w.lid he 180 mils, incldhlint 56 of IOke,
navigation, with a CimUMit lv-'el, to bh attained by
loknee1. of 1i?76 Net. The Painl a roni, would
shiorft-n lt' (i'an',l jn ol i --f:>i.irth of thi: l a; In t. i il
.as a eanrdiunil 1,(ilit. \ith itk autbLr to dis.pN-.-.e all-
toghlier vwih hlok,. A lihey iv,-re fav red by 1ibe
presence ot Lt. Bonapartoe Wv.e-M. de TLeseps'
coidjiitor--h: need .aVy no ln,,r:,, e:ceei:tthat the -n-
thusiastic reception i\ten to A. do Lessens in Swau-
fs. Int many vwek.'.? i,.i, l;iu sure evidence that
this E.ire t iindu,liai c o to.i. .'i k,. a n. i -tei'est in
hisii pi jecit fri.n iia comnierciil point ,of view ; andj
the\ might ,salf et-,i v i,.a -. cait,.aidi..:, etii.iieer.s. aund
ilipllomatists to Eight out. tiut i battle only ci:uo en,:i-d
tliht by one route ii m.t by both, the w orld ,migh.
renp in our da v ih vait- bentfil it ilreav o\ved i
anutIher quarter, tol li,: .auii; and iwdoimitable
p;(er '-evereiice."
Mr. Jolt u Mui'ray's paper real hi:-frhe tile Royal
Society of Ediinbur.ch, dctalin:. v.ith the r,,wthii andd
formattio(n of corni re.-eis, hrli been r-uniimari.sed in
" Nature" ot the il'Nl i nlt. His chief priits are of
interest, and are llriefliv li.ated as il!.w.s :- (1) that
toundritioni huive been Iprepared fohr birrhier rie.-i's lind
ut-iltl: 'y t1h disi]ntt-.rati,,ii rd volcanic islii-ds, iud byv
thelI i.nildintu. uli' 1 .bi rieii volvni. ies' by the de-
j itil i ,ni H .ir i'iiniiai if o!nii,: si.- ',ttiei Kt -di-
nltntts. (9 ) That tli- chlii.t fund v the ,_, e.... "im i
o tlhe t inb il .i!d-,it Pj}...- iii !! ..L lh,. lt' ft .pi,..! rezitni.,
aind !,^e t.-At.-?;. \ *i. :v!v,:"]t a.l.- ii s.f n :.:ivu r i- sboliv I
by lie 'rineiv;. i tlIhe- caib., N ate of i tw ,,elli of
fhe,-' iurfaice 't ,ir...n is raw in. u all th,,e f!reater d(p..thl:
(if !be ":-,e ( (_' That ih;- i 'orai h ,ltatioitt hlil-.l
lip ti'ot .-.SuliIib1rinp banks they fnl'.i1 w if a l atoll fonrm,
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SC' NEL; iAL T.IS.,
S-'T'-or ti n'o, Ap, il-0- m 1880.Sstem.


Dr. Chia k Johlson:
D. .:: 5s ,-h--When I ; I hited yoar ,manufactory last
autumnti. I %-as sufl'es-n- froa'; a fariful pain in the
ft-e '.1i l.n d h '-ui e ],hv.ici: Ni.: c..! iti eurai,;.ia- and
when you '-o eco-rne.und,-d me to try your INDIAN
BLOOD S'YRUP I had no faith in it ; but indeed I
received such a benefit fro;-. it that I have sinca re-
commended it to seve.a! who wero suffering as I
wa, and wili a good resuill, and I cannot let this
opportunity of your second visit to this city go
by without tha.inkiner you very much for recommend-
ing me to try 'he INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP.
Year v-rey truly,
GEO. LOVEYS, lumber merchant,
250 Simcoe Street.


PAIN IN THE J-JACK, LUNGS, AND SHOULD-

ToRONTo, April 81lt, 1S'O.
Dr. Clark Johnson :
Dear Sir,-I have had a pain in the small of iiy
Back, also through my lungs and shiotulders for more
thsn three years; I have alk-o had liser complaint
and dyspepsia. I have tried doctors' and other nie-
dicine, I ut never recei-ed any relief until my atten-
tion was called to your valuable INDIAN BLOOD.
PURIFIER ; afit- its use a short tiime, I can say
that I have felt better and more able to do my wcrk
than I have flr the Jast two years.
J. G. AMNEY,
'7 Richmond Street, West.

NERVOUS- DISEASES.
I was trouble'l with derangement of the nervous
'yslein. I was attended with by one of the best
doctors in this part of lhe country, but obtained no
relief. Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP relieved
neI at uince. 1 really do niot think any onn in ill-
htalth using it can fail to receive great benefit.
MRS. JOHINSON.
Snithfield, NorthunimLc r:.iJ Co., On!.

LIVER CO'0iPLAINT
oilt J.ulio, Queen's Co., N.S.
Dear Sir,-I have u.;ed your excellent INDIAN
P IiODL) SYRUP1 f,r Liver Coniplairil, and have re-
,ived great 'rnmitf theecfro m.i I cin> recomni'ic-d it
.o al! .-utl'erers.,
R. J. M. DONALD.

DYSPEPSIA AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
Wr.TPO'i,. Leeds CG) lany. '29, 1'879.
Dear Sir,-I have bee"'n u1linfVl'lt for years v iNhi
Dy'pepsiQ and Indig sioi', anI I.i .Ib.ary (Coanpiaint.
niJ have tried a gru't. nieily aiu t(iites, but without
tle.l. I became very .,mul and.i could not leave imy
t Led. I eniit to your ni.t'rt, \W i!lilim ti-.r, for a bot-
Ile of your INDIAN ULOOD SYKULP and1 I do not
hesitate to say that it saved iy life. I Sam com-
I.letely cured, and feel ik .! new marn. L3at weekly
ny son w.is taken .:ick evilsh seven headache, alil a
few does of your vlua.ile medicinal cured him.
DAVID BLACK.

DY.WPEPSIA AND INDIC ESTION.
EL i,1.,'o .; r l',"i!I t ( :., O ntario.
Dear Sir,--Tlihbs is to c,.tily th.in, itter usi.g your
INDIAN lLOOD SYLRUP for a sh, r time it has
entirely cured imie i c -:,''.; ps it ii l i! y re-
commend it to be.
J MES GL.ENNIE.

BE iti.0t,1, Juno 2Sthi, 1SS0.
I)-.t1 ,.'T:,--Tliii i.- It Cj riifvy that I have found
i, g od iV your IhM:!.-AN BLOOD .SVRUP Ihln,
iiv Ml dicine that I inave c-v-r taken for Dyspepsia
4id Indigest ion. I would :ntl ise a!i II'ht euiter from
it to irv DR. CLARK .JOHNSON'S INDIAN.
LLOOD L)YP tP.
S.\ .l, G,. ADAMS.

A REM.-\RK AI.E CURIE.
K el.i.':, '.'. J:.t a it' ', On.a.-ii.
I :' .s c-il t;: :n- 'fep-i;-sic -r, It:':-. i!!, .v';, i,al bieen
Si.t V1000: 4 t 2 i i < .;S, on i in-th y ai-. ,I
s.- c ,J i!ii r t l-.c. ,. h v1' .; i. : t in t :- ; ,z l
weak she .:;ui 'I, r.J, ani! I nd :t car.'v I.er
daily f 'nis, iher ii "W w i, -.p ov a, a, J bnac:- ac.sin, a ki ..
soon as. Lh- l i, was ;- rde. .-ne h.-.! used -..ur
INDIA\N BL'Oi-,D .Yi, ir L, .;i-rt asme --'.en
she b r- tolu t ;' iV an '-:.,r : ,I; he: h ,,..
day Cn.''. It ialo cu.IV 5 ie, >i .ui '.. ofa t :.h;!Is and
fever.
:.UFITU ;,O2..COCS, JR.

; Sole Agent for 1erimuda,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street, St. Gearges.


SPECIAL N0 TWICE!

Direct mJUnthly Steam Communi-
cation bet-ween.

i Bernm da &London


STEAM:I RS eave. Lodun tho Liast lThursd-y
in e.lh month.
SR. P. TK(INS & CO., CoumiGsion Mer-
| chants, I.ondoii, execte indents ifur every de.-
c riptioni of Goods for shipmentt by theoe Steam-
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fliilhest Mlarket !IRate secured for consigin-
ne nts of erunlidaii produce .
For Frei..ht, Passage, nnd !ill information,
Apply to
R. P. ATKINS & CO.,
Agents for :,tealrcrs, laiinilton.
June 5, i1S0.-12 m




PAINTER,

DEALER IN
SAINTS. i;LS, V '1NI IlSG, GLASS
PUT.TV, I i 3iSP..:S, .:.. &c.
Every dc-'ripti,,ii of COLO)I iimadt ready for
ise. .
J. i'. EVAN, P takes_ lii: opt.lorttinily to thank
tlihe Public iin general for their liberal patronager
nn]d Pwill endenivour (as in tlie pas:it s5 i i i
initure), o iLeriti their coniinitni-d favor r'. .
14 Queen Street, h.amilton, ?
February '3, ISO.
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Apply to

SM. S, HUITNT,
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C...A ,., s .s.,
REID STREET, HA1MILTON.
SEAST ENDJ


Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
( .'o Dmiis:-Io :I"'IcCIa Itsi
Jind LANSUR'A TC, BROKERS,
1S L-,.) aihall. :'trcet,
AN .1T .LLOYDS,
LONDON, E.-A,
Personal intention driven to Consignments of
llermiindali l'I ODUC alnd the fillin of olier-
niudinn orter:'.
April 1', IS13 .

SCharles A inderson & Co.
Commission .lierchanuls,
II! Culluiili .'[r FE. C., Iotnhlii.
Coi.. iS.ifilmenti of Ishlin i'ro- licc l and Indentl
of Goods, prust..npily :mil i,uarltuzlly alte dell to.
J uno 1, .-Gn11


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S toro.
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rHE :above WA'I'CH E for both
" tLadi;s an 1 i entilet en are kept 'ol istantly
on hand by the htndeline'i : .An 'rde lov-
iuI'nt, itult in Stock vw i!L be u'rnislhel :it the
t tili[f: t<,i '-. li.-i i rice ,lsot', m ake:i!; to ( l'
ani .-:.l, Io ,of '.i t- ", ilh Ci 're .i, : (0.o.'i ,!',ini, ,'e.,

i clennibei ,tI i : .! i, t! i le '. i hi. i ti o n. i i l .
E. T. CHILD.
i' r:nt Street. Iinumilton, ?
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wanted,

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MAlN S.V VANT.
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Hamilton, Ccl.ber e 19. 1 -50.

ALL Good Grocers keep A. E. \VHwiLIND'S
Celebrated SOAPS.


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WI.' CONSIN ails Tu cdy October ',, at 6

S,RIZON. A til1s Tues6ay Oct. 1J, at ioon.
\VY"OMiNG sails Tueselav Oct. 19, at 6 a.it.
N 7V U,% sails Tuesday. (c!-. '6, ",i. I! In.m.
\ViS(I;(N SIN 'ails"T;e:.1:vy Nkv. 9, at i I 'i.In.
A. iIZON.' sails Tuiesd! -y Nov. 16, at 4 i.iin.
W \V (M.ING sails Tue.dnay Nov. 23, at III l.rm.
NI NEVADA s1ai3 Tus'J-:y Nc-v. ?0, at, 2 p.m.
TS hc ;:'..-- Steaniers are Lulit e per~ C.,l,v for
i:e T~,ri e, ha\e live ,ai:'e, tight I.uli:kh a-,l, anit
c(,a"ry e.'>ritnce i O' xra,, SanieonJ ;nd Sr. -
aVr.[t.I.- T ie S:i,'onl Ajcco.!c'ii'x"dat ionar,;'? lil-
S lpa.sed bi y a, y .tatlianic .i.t- o rn rs, i'id (the
t .! 1l oifls ar' on I;ali i"nC;' opeuidr iIW'o tihe
j.:I W : ''..- : 'm in; that :reatr c i .rt in
0.'( i'n Ir:" p /;ji, e# . ., i.:o (ri'n' i i ght,
SS.a.:.king Room, Bmtl.h lRo- ,in il Pianlo I n
j I...: 'lt t bi kilf i ,1
T!,- _'. Q,. ,lia Steanr'.'ie" 'ridia' frol)!i er-
mud a, TJ l hu .;: ',-, i ,1-:-r:l!,' ra' ivs at N ew York
mi -,.i-.' I'as.cn i' : .ihag: '. :,,h t'!i n Ie
I tr:;"-t i l.';i 1c ?' t,' L iI h w '' ..i Sit-:.u. .:'" :.il-
Il. i next day.
WILLIA.MS &GUION,
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MEilY.
l IM \IEL'S TOILET ViNEG.\?, a pleaiantl
tonic anl] refreshiin alIuiict tui thi- T uile! and
i- ath, reviv'iing. cent. an] il po 'ellrf'il di4nfl- ittalt
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S I IM'MEL'S CELEBII\TED LAVENDER
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,IM.i:i.:L'. 'i'TREBLE D-STILLED EAU DE
COLO NiF.
:Ii.!iEL'S MIUCHOi IilPtlOVED FLOIPIDA
I .AT l. '.
R i'.ibl.'? JOCKEY. CLUB a:,d other fra-
grailit Perfliumni.
Ri.1MMEL'.S LIl!', JIiCE: and GLYCERINE,
give Tlie hair ai bean tifl'i lNos andt imnpanit anl
na re.-.:ible -o.iliess to the heia!.
I'iM.i,.'S PURE Viil'i'T (;LY'.CRIINE
SOAP T11 LIA, liROWl N W"NDOWil, I1ONEY,
I ALMOND, LETTUCE', COAL-TA:. ', antd other
'T ilc' .r o' pn ini I.ars o r c aLes.
Ri '1.I ML'S V.ELNETINiC, \VIOLF ', iRICE,,
IlT E-LEAF I'l !d other TOfLET P-'WOr Rt', ins
I, o e, bi.rirel and packel-'.
;1:.111104,'s \QUADF.NTINE clean, viitle-i.
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di il l' i'u .i5) fli l- Fote-its.
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St..il!O in G(i al Br.:tiin.
TI-iouth Ihe iANII OFiICe in these
isl.an.i : a S'aving; s elected to Lbo0 insured
i the .Stampji Duly, a very consrlerahbh- itehi.
lKi k. inker. both on iREAL and l'ra.,iN.\I,
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Supplemeut to the Bermuda "Royal Gazette," Hamilton, Tuesday, November 2nd, 1880.
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La.-a Repolrt.
MICI'n.ELMAS TERM, 1'S0.

SwA.N v. ra'.Ps a--This was an action oft a.-
.sumpisit for woi k antl labour, and involved no point.
of inte-.-r ex'cet to the parties. It resulted in at
verdict for the p!sintiflf for 11 2, 1. The Attorney
General tor the ilintiff, Reginald Gray for the
defendant.
I ECHnADsCen.iO v. C(' 'FTwPrlnT and wife.-Thi;i was
al-o a 'ion ao f.tni _.: ~- psit for m-oods sold and de-
livered and onr, -. rncc-ount statee<:. Pl2a Non-as-
sim Tp.it. ,- ;,Le -,' T:.- e. orn g -.uirsal pritjciipl'e of
law which ~i,.enil M. well under.tood bv the com--
.un ity _liv.
The fat,., of, i',c case were hc.-rtly tihe-e:--Foi
sume year.: 'qoth ,. defendant. (then Mrs. Brown'i
narrida .:- W b :: i -:- i',a :-'t. G(eo4 ,-'.-, having two es-
tabishmt. ;: a.i a Rfre.shruent house.
r.i.-h w-;a- : 7. -. eparaitely. She dealt with
Mr. A. .1., ... he plai t'iff, for Iotb places,
I-tt had ..- '- book ft.-r ac-ih, No. I refer-
Sto t. : .. : .. N o. to the Rnfr'.s-hr,:,-atn
House.
(Oi 2'J.'-1 -.:., 1" -9, Mis. Brown ruarrie- MIr
Cam twri-". u I: ..: .: t c mani :-.Eo, I .ft .. ,:-,n's
property .-.*-, :. -, r.i to, L:;- separate us.,I
wl.i.Lh fa il..r nicaimd.. : hr tl- the plain.
tiHN. At : ri :--. m uarrai hero wtr.'s due
AMr. 7 .. Poc,: No. 'C 17 6, Pa:Sp B',-,1: .,, 7" ;,the. 17th Novembh r.,
I T'. 6 : ... ,- ,i and a r 1 -eipt for- th.it
amount v-...? 'vr-;te. ". s--- Pa- Po'.k No.. 1 On
the -ithi v..iLte, 1 i ..: 12 was paid on a.cr.-unt
and a r,:-e-ipt wa-:s vwaitnn across PaMs Book No. '2
for that amount.
The LA 10 w1aa titus reduced to '2'2 17, and
imnmeh:;'i;,- ;, i .- ainarriare a rE w a-:-count wqs
opened i .:. -. o. "2 :cmmnencin l-t No-
vember, i i,. ,i .l "1 Mr. ..r-twrigit. Dr. to
A. J. i... .; fir.-,t iter ci t which waa e To
M3S. P[rnl-'. ,.i brought -lown 2" 17 "
This a'c.- i. .. until 5tG January, I sn,,
lip to ,!-.I [.-. h t bitt -Mde- amouute'1, i .l--
ding the 22 7 io 13 5, and there were -recl-
i'.- t,> t . l ot '... paid at various dates and
enLt-r !c- .1 : :. ,. ,,k.
Wi-en :V been eliJcit] ou the ei.-.-
c-:;nexamin, tin :, : i- ;mtiff, itte .rrtrnir.y G.ueral
1or -. Lnitt d t'.t thcle r L.;. L,
v--se to ., r. r tie pl.:,irtifL [.- tr&neter-
aiuN r tllie t- :. ., :.rtwri.~-i: t'. rc,-.'ount hrn.1
'- xone, r, ". ,; ., '. ".i lt's r t estate, an :
:iat, e t :.- .ot -o, tl,e- old LaI-0 e i f
22 1i; ,i,!..t a., ,a'--.r. to be i:.nMe .:- edil by thel tub-
seqruent ;" .. '.-.'- i.'j -.:P ;nt in an-:,or'lan.-t- w-itl
the uo tir i of law that, wher- pn.y-
ments .. }.. ut b en Upc-:fi .-ill-
a!I-'.ro';; l I'Q-' '!" ;,.,!tV ]).n ,io: rr t ;. .
r .a .- i -: i
ty 1. :.-i ,. ,. L .' !o.h bo i.' i
o/f i,/d, i', ;" ..nts ]hi_ -,. f', :t.eaLalr-t
thc i;li.- '.. e a,,- .,-iumi Otte.. that :.-f
r-, "" ..- s ., V "r r. 'it.-. rhr:. p-.y'iY r-ntr in
the i.o i .. ,:. ,, w ith M -.... B-cov,.r,., bai-
auce as a,.: . a.ru t ,n,. bui -an.-a the-
1',.-: ; i, .. ,. p tiop n.r.te,] r : ub.c. iiujiLt
Q.LU, : .n f tB,,.. p,", i", whih:'
e ", i .: .. a )v,? d -tin : p
nient.. ..; ,. ,. ii,.il at. ,:e! t: iu :rde, ,-f
idaite, t( .. i.- i, ,,gt-- ~r," hi Ct t hie -ntr-
]i.-:.t .: .... -, .i o. f ,c t i i( special! .a p ro-
print!,.u, : i, :w in there .va, of
H: ,. ,. and Drapet L. R. :3
Q. B. D. .i i r i .j i i. :kl-r rh de--
: i ; C if Jia ;...-, iuti:,ateal t.
I, a : *i .o i.:ut.) tiV- i0p!r ,ii ti 's
ca E t BlE: '., -' f ,,iut:,. there i .n, u t be
a ver,', t .., -'.L ut u -. -1 -. t? ir .-un;.tan.
<:. .. :, a u. i t i and Mir. Dar-
];il the ,e n ,i ... .. e n,:,T,..uit...l.
Prtn.'.- .:,- "i-,aHr-- IL.quin. ,f '.L s.
.- t t ', y nt I r h78 0 i tnh.-
17 A-:- V- 7W:. -.,.[t. The S
.i. ,.! (.- ; *- .. : :': id, ,e A.ttuiaL' G, ,--
e- a l f',: r t .'. i ; .
Tr:.:;HA.u ,. -' ---t'i.s wa:., an ac-tion of Trover
t." i,, _:'. 7. ':" _-: r !,: .p ,c._t c, _,.-n t :.;.-I" i a. ied
T P, 'iutit w, Ma.
RK .lct r .. a e i Do' 1vi-t .!.
".L "i ,.' :: E =ut ur .. r -Fell, cri I! a-.-

t !-. .: .... t ,,:.y -,-.,, r ate i,; w ere
fl"P :'r -- '" ,;'' '- ; ,ln:iutir.. t a -ase, !,e in
L'-.7 i.. 5 .' -i i i, :..- t H ,r.: i are
u. :. .:-', '. :a. ._t. inf n:,i. : h t ;thni if
h.: ..-.i .:" a : 1 ".: :, e-la- ,_. Lhim t.alo ..,:,
n dr i fi ,ir .: '- .0!j I_ .-ti..- ,l.,i-r. I ,.
Mir. eL1! ,. -! ." i'. -. .r ,:, ..t.:-red.-}iam :i.
.. t ,- ; f,ll.,t r T. ay. T hi.
S 1 ..:. ..:I. : t i -ily,
n.l.'"- "': u -_ : i ,* n t '. ....... c.; ..i him ,of vatii-


An. : *''i .i t a' .-. e_ art' .nr:- a i'. te-ip- u.-.
"- -, i i i l .)," buor a Of

-i --'t .' an iat. : na .:- wit' M -
E.-! in -M r. -E ,i di ticl d.e-
i-lnt.l t. _' u t.ut, lui .r"iiL-<; him it t.-
'e 1. ^ I -..t I it hiai: lt i A' ir -t -i ;

.' T .. .. . I .-.J "- .,i .l .-a -
1.-':'. ": h} .: l i .'I ':.r .,:'- ilu t :. 'L
sal .
,.". P.- : ...' .1 Inghnu' hal. ever litnu-
it ,l ti' I. "i' t -. ', .id ti'.t he lad autho-
rized hIr,. t-. ..f ."- :. he a.ul. got it, but not
1.-. tail I ; "- : i: l. fi la:i -gotr.!t ,C <-.-lId
not :-t ri.. '.. ': els.-.', .Ir htai, par-cha.-e.d
hin .-lJf, : :. : ., ,..ci I-o.. iLLl.aLi o that fayL t


F,:.' :h I .'w a :im d L:- t iL ta rauch :.-.
II ? -II .. ..-1 :,.: 1.1 1.e,..."
l th, i:,,rca,:a r. 9', : o',, wl i;ie l .en fimed t:o pur-
.el i., ..., .. -' ",:.; a .. ,i -. n a f,.r w which h :-
w js !. }"'* .... .,i t ) i .r. tu g c:a A
,,.,i wa is ..-1 L t ein si.bject, ,.i,:
the :-ri,'i .'. ,, a..- i le rl: Iai1 dou ,n
by Mr-.. .: a nx :,f Mollett .-.
Ro.mbnso-i ', P.
Fo:r t,^ ,. -,: :'. o_ : v,,-,(:.,! U'th there wald- no
;on ... ,- -t.thlorizj -d to sel! the
boat for -.. i- a.'k- i-, if Ihe couldn't yet
Mu .,re, ainl .rIT1 :I n:-._i. ld'ut d:)i.,'tter Il in aur-
c-has.cd fa.: ,' i- ani d t nhat l e was afterwards
willing t: .- 1. 'f ,L',e th,' b oat baek at the
.un i..-i. _. '. I .f : i--rtain ii airs.
Th],v? (',; !' a iian'. ia IIi, nu l? the case to thf
!ury, t..l' : '. i.. th:iat on agent to se-!l
,.-ould u:.t ne ~t i purchaser without
inforut mi ,. ; rf ,!,I the :ircnmst.anec. in
Lis kiow .1 I :liv:- his express sanction
t:-, tihf :'. r h:', t e-e.-cfo it was clear
iu the pi,: : L. tLe plaintiff wa.s entitled
to -a -' *1 :-'' being the value of the
boat at tl.-: ti th. Onve-r..ion, it being left to
the July i t,: -:,- a ,_ the e.idlence. when the con-
version t.: ..: I .1 .
The Ju:s :-. *r-_., an!d ;'ft..r a short delibe-ration
returned int... i.' iau with a veidiet for the plaintiff
for 100, the Foreman stating in answer to a ques-
tion from the Chif Jurstiee that they found the
conversion took place in January of this year when
the p1laintifi w,-. 4 f-i informed of the sale.
The Attonarn.:- Gt.,:.r.Il for the plaintiff, the So-
licitor Geiera-:,r t-the defendant.
BEAN V. S1ii'H .i, -NoGT''ZE.--This was an action
of ejectnii. .I-.',,ugIt to iccover possession of a
house and plu~-:i of tauzd in Hamilton Parish.
At the ,aon,.l.iiou of the plaintiff's case, Mr.
Reginald Gray, who appeared for the defendants,
..I+.^..n a 1, .i- n,-.6,r., i ,ind rtno r nen tthe n1 infifdf ha


gaged. Mr. OrmoniJ T. Middletou, for the plain-
tiff, admitted that this was so, and Mr. Gray there-
upon submitted that inasrnmuh as the plaintiff had
not the leaqve1 cst e, lhe ,.-oti.l not recover in an a-tion
of ejectment. The Court at once held that this was
so. and Mr. Middliton' el-ceted to be nonsuited.
On Friday afternoon, the Court adjourned until
Monday morning to enable the oral examination of
witnesses unablle to atten.-. the Court to be taken at
their privat"- r'ii,-ei.I.t T- hif-rn J,,l,-ec of the Court
the Houn. Enx'eri':s' H:;rv-r-'r prsi'in-, on Saturday
mor'ninl at the cxaminzati'.U of a Wituess in Wrar-
wi'-: Parish, and flis H!on-r the Chief Justice act-
ing iu a similar ,.ap,-.ity iT I-Hainilton Parish in the
afternoon of that day.
(To ?,c Cr.nti;,,, .)

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE
PROMO.1ION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE.
The 24th Annual! Conr-es. opened in Edinburgh
Oct. 6ib., the sernmrn wan. preached in St. Giles'
Cathb-1dral by D;. L.- rr .oI: 1 Cor. i;i-9 We are
iabourers togelh-r -'i;h Goo" Ther was a deep
i-ympathy with the oh'Iect 'f the Congress on tLe
part ol the Scottish .i-r._y who possessed these
practical aptituil.s wr'.cb !'a always been regarded
ae. encaraac.eristic of a'l c* '.Lhtmen. Lord Reny, as
Preie.-nt, of the A.-ociationt. delivered the inaunu-
iait r. hire-ss b-1fo- e a Iarge an'd distinguished audi-
enc' in '1-e FFz-e CbCh ...e.ly Hall, on luter-
natfi.nal Ri .ti'nu:-- ih'-- ,.. i ELe fulio'.,;ua is a
short e.;ract:-
"A .. main object v English policy wil! be to re-
move all hiudrances to sgmrpathy between England
and the United St,a.es, and to settle in a friendly
1pi 1it.All poinlt upo,c. which difficulties may arise.
The knowledgeccf the existence of unthreatened
and undisturber rcl:itlor.s with them is more tell-
ing in its direct corseCt,.enCe.s on our influence than
r diplomatic circular. It i? obvious that no consi-
derations can save u.s orn the du:y of keeping our
obiiit-ary and unaval sir'ength in the very highest de-
gree of efficiency. Our army and our. navy must
always be evailabie at a moment's notice in any
quarter of the Glob'e Our Colonial defences must,
with the aid' of the Colonica, be in an unassailable
ScoIdition: the Ipnaprin anil :be Colonial Legisla-
tui.s cannot afford to ~tint army and navv es.
limntes. It is by no teEans., a para-Idox that an effi-
cit nt army and a ipov-riutl nuvv are oar safereuartd,
not only against aa invasion. but also aTain.,t raili-
,I'r,,t:, wh:.C -eL c, e. ejf insecurity following
S ileteit, would be s':re. t,-o cieae. Take a situation
i~nich Englishmen mus. contemplate on a not very
distant. horizon--England, Armerica, Australia, and
India, united by tree trade and by institutions
1 bh'hb bare no other ol-iCet than to secure to the
irnhahiitants all ibe lie?:nugs of good government,
'iiLh a minimumn of hur i-:.f a and a ma imum of free
trad., and' dete:amiu.d to maintain these institu-
iioLu. What becomes c:At t-le cxnfic-ting interests
1-2 :.rmed Com0iner:t ,fJ E.-cope compared with
iLe d-iintie of lhe EnalIsh r-,is'?c Is it conceivable
hbt ti'.e .sight of the zreat i'rospe;:iy which must
ac:'ri.e 'roni t:ese rela'iron wiil not produce results
on th' rest of the v;c-- '? Cer.ainl; not. Mean-
while no.:hing ?hculoi.1 i-'- ;ione to we-tk2ri our power-
uanneceoarily. To prr-:-.rve the hisitoic headship
I of the race that has spruan from her will require
all the strength ot Eugland and Englishmen. The
motive pow(r must continue to proceed from us,
as it does now. Our literary men, ourphilosophers,
our political thinketzs have a sphere of influence
open to them superior to all, but 've cannot under-
take to be leaders of the prog-essive and aspirir,.g
.waommunities :Ind (iv;ilier of India, inad act at Ihu
5:1ne tirLe ais .ar.r..liacn of h-2e peace of Europe. Do
7:s.y tha*. we hare no iete-e-ts to card on thec
Continent of Europe C'e tainly not; wre are di-
rec-t.!y interested in the maintenance of peace, and
(be ouly war to secure tace is iby establishing
friendly relations witb hi& the Powers, certainly
not. by allying ourselves w T O? one.o brotherr of thei
Powers or by even favoarii- one Po-;ver- morethan
another. If the picture given of tbc existing
mistrust between the- various Powiers is accurate,
we lose all the advantages of our position the
riomnent we join eny Power. a pioceeeing on ou'
part whL ich is sure to ie atti bu:Ied to interested
moativPs, when, houh i'e very force of circum-
'tLnces, andn tur.,nb the naolu:e of our Empire, we-
are the only P-ower a'i:ih rousi. beconie weaker b y
.iarrandi.-:mcn:, direct ( lv 'l india -ct ly. Let ':.
once lie clearly understood tbnt our p..dliev is strict-
ly defensive, inking the word ijefenrive ini its widest
inserptetatioun-viz., (tat ;we 'Xiill parent with an
iron grip any Poweu floa hai'assingia ue in an. way
(r, our 1Ih l,..', -q Tii',.i.:,d.'ui.,u to.e, Gn our Inluian
or Altican lI.ootir, -or at-y;-w eree ,'se: that ourt
uceao;. of defr-nce ire rno: oal., ai'c'.jutAte but suriera-
bundant-a high !itsurauce pao.'nium .:ilwayr being
remr.inerativc--and the s:.,r h of Sotint'- which ibi
pj ic-y will es abli.sh a- -e .,e .-i!L.' to any ad-
vice we rmay I,:rn?;r. -' *
'i'the Angkc-Sax- o[ w ri .i. is- a ,.iant. -ry esteemm
in itself. I n m ,v,:; en i. vwnt orbit. The voice- of
i'-" -S O 3')! il ,'r ._ .i or!d ftl:u mnur with no,
Uncertain sound what i- l-'e dc'yof English states-
mee. Do not seek, thby murmur, to adjust thbe
bF;laneo oi pv~owr 1)o aot ,,.impt I. r med'dle with
the internal c'r li;'t' inn or f -c. h0- 't,tes. P- nott
prete:id to bh a.rbivrax o 'he i e':.'ri?i of the ;., Do not enter into e...'e-uri_ which are nor im-
l.e-atively required Do not. ltter in say way ourt
freedom, unless freedom itself is tbreate:.ed. Pre-
rent any attack being made on the independence of
the weaker States of Eur'pe. Promote concert
whenever and wherever yc'e can. leaving the re,-
sponsibilify to those Sta..es who decline to co)-


operate foi a t. od object, a;nd to ward off perils.
Increase the fucd of pr-'sperity to be distributed
among Her Majestoy's eubjc,-s in Engrand, in Cana-
da, in. Autrrala. in Indi~:. in .f lica. Let England
and Scotland continue to be--what they have never
ceased to be-parent homes. Increase their attrac-
tivencss, thna they vrnay alwats boe ionke-d upon with
filial election. Wherever- we' o. tbe criJ and aim is
to return to our Engtish l.,i.', Guid- .:nd control
our generous impulses when rwe miLht b.: commit-
ted to rpsh courses. E-:xinguish old ahuses and
prevent new ones from cropping up Invigorate
the social system wvhe-e it shows decay. Remove
the obstacles which stand in The way of genius.
Give us knowledge for growth, as has Lecn forcibly
said. Recognize individual merit wherever it is
found. Elevate, not the stat.. but the individual
citizen, who by individual effort, strgt'Lhena ourt
social system. The respect paii t.) our scientific
men, to our men of leters. to .)ur arhis:s, we con-
eider ennobling to the national life. Th'e great
trust we have committed to yout is one of constant
walchfulness. Vigilatp, Deo ccnfidentes." should
be 3our and our motto. W\V do not wish to estab-
lish a cementing bond of union for Anglo-Saxon
greatness other than that which we have inherited
from our ancestors : a staunch, brave and deliber-
ateobedience to the precepts cf liberty, which are
never antagonistic to cautious progress ; and cau-
tious progress alone is uninferrapted progress."

COMPLETION OF THE LONGEST BRIDGE IN THE
WORLD.-The longest bridge has just been comn-
pleated. It has been constructed upon the Volga,
near Syrzaue, in Russia, and will form part of the
Orenburg Railroad. In length it is more than 4176
feet, or nearly three times as long as the bridge
across the Menai Straits, It ie 126 feet above the
level of the water There are in the bridge 13 spans
which are of such enormous size that an edifice like
the Winter Palace at St Petersburg could be plac-
ed within any two of them.
T*li A ,.l.i:,nlinn.. .o a ni '1 A-t l .-n i l,..tr. AIT.orA .-a f


(From, a Sporting ,Correfpondent.)
DEAR Mn. LEE,-Many thanks for reminding me
of my promise, but I had not forgotten you. Dur-
ing the last fortnight I have constantly taken up
my post on the hills looking over the Race Courset
at Shelly Bay, and watched pretty closely and with
ever increasing interest the horses galloping there.
Since the Stewards' meeting last Wednesday I have
moreover b,'en busy collecting information a.q to
the .-ie-r of muning, what hoisc-s had be-r-n c-nter-
1.I, and- wI,,t ;,.i:t thie wE-i"ghts il tihe haidicai.,..-
fryving to purip first one steward and then another
till I got tc,:etlh.r ait by bit all I require to know.
It hns been uuno-iniou'hard work, for it is extreme-
ly .liffiiult to extra,.-t information out of some peo-
ple; but, than'k.T- to your timely assistance, and to
the Liudn-:ss of one? or two stewards who wer- tol-
erably com uni'i-ietive, I did at last. succeed.
The course itself is looking in better condition,
than I have ever yet seen it, blit the want of wi,.lth
is very deplorable, andi now that the BD-rmuda Hunt,
Ra,:,s seem to harve become an annual event, it is a
pity that st :ps should not be taken to obtain a 1bet-
ter one. The old ---hen)e of thfl- Moun:t Lan:,ton'
.Marsh would pro.)vile- one of which Berrmi.a mi-ght.
justly be proud.
Some of the cutiies are very f:a-ir-the Shelly Bay
lanti,.-ap esp:-cially so. no lesa thiian eley-eu horses
la-.ving been ontere'!d The stakes are g-od and the
handi.n-appinpg, I think, well done, and I do not
doubt ttiant a capital race will be the result.
At 12 ,'clock as nu.-ial the biu,,in.i:ss of thr- day
.,-ill !:.ommenee--the 'LMaiden Stakes being ftir-t .n
the car-.l. Of t!he ix entered fount have never rnui
in Bermuda, and cne of those four--1Mr. Na:h's
Count"-has c-,,orni. here with records of previous
performance- ela'.-ihere. I however do not fancy
him: he hna. I think, been too long in training,
and iin mv opinion hbis for the last thre'- weeks gone
steadily down bill. He cannot, I feel sure, stay for
the mile and a half. Dr. Corbett's grey horse
"Sultan" looks iu suiperb condition, and if he can
be persuaded to start, and, when started, keep
straight, should prove lirmself a iIangeroi.s antag-
onist. Mr. Lane'r Ciodeen Bawn'' is a smart lit-
tle mare aud trained to perfection, but she wants
more pr.'vtice with careful riding round the cor-
ners. Of '* Dott" I can s.ay but little; she looks.
-ell and, I think, is ure: of a place; but if Col-
1i en :.awn" :tarts, t I _.cu-Ilude she Till, I think
ahe will tako fir.t p,..- Suihan leiub .-eoC..I, within
Dott third.
Ne:td comes thi. ,t. ,.-.,rie,'.: Stakes, which "Dex-
ter"' shouldd win as li-.: Ile-, inu :ite otf tl, L.a:,vy
p:,enalty he Las t.:- carry. lie ha-.'- l..:n galk.i---d but
little, but there I think Mr.' uill shows good judng-
ment. Of the remainder Mr. R-,,'wden's iuarti'.--
nian" and Dr. Outertlrcr.i:-c's '' Sou'icu-ii T hill na-uke-
a race of it f,_ir se,'.oud pl.,:.e. It lie-, I tLhinx. v.ith
which ever ..au keep .'ta,-igLti-st Pos-illy "' Lady
Goil Dust'" who i a srmairt ,'-oki-4' !,.":,uy, ou,1i
ki--:-ps well- ," to t),' co ',: ,- ay io-:;_'- iun l.c t 'r-_ eitii .--
I i-.r-lile ". ColL-n Pa,.'" will not ,o in this.
"-,.-e. Itf .h .l,;.:-.: w .,t ,'; -.ig'-, to LEi .-i. ,n,.i
i' : -, .
The eru ir ll.l ita t ''-_ p w ,ii.-h tL." y,-ar i.- a,
h'.iul ':-.p, i. ne-_t :.- tihe ,' vrd, and I fi:r, it ha,:il
ti:. uame th,: winner, Mr. Ca pe_-t-r oght t:, Lbin
'" Fauh-a-L'illagi. hm-t p.T-t t'li 'in:,iug post ii
L'ito if c-a-rviu-- 12 ao' 7 lbs., f'-. no hio can
I icke thie lurdles -:, -:tter; but laist yar ,,'-e .:"tw
"Jack" win -nith tol.:-rablo ':-. e, aind th:, qluic-k lit.
tle horse, with only 11 stone 2 lbs, to carry, mnay
,oa it again. Th-n D;.:-k" will har, tL,: C -se'ice.-:
of Mr. Bore-,ford, and though Dr. Re ts' horse is
slow over Ilis hurdlIS-., he has got botl :i.-e- arnl
0..od sta'yingr iu.lia'ti,'s,, that ,.,uad.i.-r a- .-L ..:Liitta.l
hand-- a gre- t deal may L:,e g-ot out of toitiu. The
ra-ce will li; a ro,:! oiLe, and itheo wrinu uLay b,
)ooke, fot ir ',ia,. Ftu gL.-".--'.,!i .'h, .,', i.k o

The first ral aiftel lun.h vii; I,. ti: '..a-. Mi-
S aCry Hut Clup1, -,]d M.' Carpl:iintrr'. Tr. Co
bett'-, a cnd Dr. ,Seyin ,, ".'- col,.'Iurs :ll utir Ipa:t
1-,' sa l. I1-. shoull be a w li c:ou -e.t.: r.:-e. bou
f.-, choi,.e I -,.'L-.t Lo,/ T_'ou N. y" *-.- the wi--
acr, *' Vuk-an" secujd.
For"thel Bermuda Stakes seven )are entered, of
which I e:pe..-t fi"v-, perliaps a.ix:, will .-tart-. -tar.
1li; !t"' will ro m to In- linkis2, Lha.- it all hi .-?. .l
wv.ay, while, t Ir tn:, "' ick."' s-..: 'l, "',i:,-',t" tIir'l.
iI .a .-l-le D.c-:-t-: wili .t -.t:a t --il' L. .1 L.-
tii. pt ta t'.; .:-.: ,: 1 '- a o:i-: ".
Ila ti- P-.- ra-:e-, whihr .:.m. a-. Col--.
i Tt i: t r 'il .: ]i: t- t. 't h I ft.'. orit tlh.:.!,!tf
'" So .--uennt'.'" I :.-I-:'.-s hp-'- ti -,e.. Ltu .'t -,. ,
I a.-' y" -'- ia- L y G .d D.r i:.' .a w ', I t'i ".
b w.- up, and s-ould" the 'the- tw' o ) ;,:-t ,I
i.anud at the ,:c.rtet s',-. will pr l '.',T .; -.:a, it a.'
!,,-r owu way. How'.:vert, I pi-ta-re-_ ea it-' "Ci.>ll:enf
Sbawni'" for the first plh'ce, **,-i. r eu' ,. '- ,.
SLa.t4, but a-at .la:,.a, t-i tiLr. Shol-y "..h a Id i'.
Scap, .by faar th, [.rr st popular ran :.- on th: r':,i. a- nd
onue iu whaic' :-t .. :e, a t 0-., J .)'A .f .-:.:..
'*S ta ilight," li.st y '.- w i- W i.i :i .:' .:' a '. i a: : .
b- ,'" t i. I e-s I think Ii.e ':; w'i;u bu'it c :--l
tlt:, [uthi I rd it h.'.rd to -I'-. the e icn:.'- "a.T)-,:-
t..r,' w ithi 12 cs,-., imay be g'_o.10. '.r.ai, t.,a,' t.m.'
-- F1ai[;eh-a.B ,.U..a-b. c'h.i, :c._re- iL ,'ith .,al' il a t.,
-..- .rvt-ry c-,han e aftt h .h.t w .- n ,. .A :t -. ,.r.
tar:n:m.:'i.e:' over huri.lle5, for he ha- lot.- cft' ..t'ret i ,
Sud !u:ry o'.'-e r *:trh l ,il- i .'eavily-',- ..,.l..- :- ,;..'.
'-r, i.; .th.:- I han i, L '.'- T ,,': N -. t.' r. ,
tfan-.:y gatl I .t"I :ic. I -- m in ar:.'-h I:-:ter f:'.ru t i'r.n
l st. ycor, u,- ,:ar- .i-: '. a 'ly [ bs. ia,',>-. .-,' t: .:.
will iot .-.nrpriase me to '. th. o ch .hc-tnut -eatr li.-.
,.olours to irhe front. He is cr-rtaihly worth .a-.l:-
it,.r. I thiink the wiu--rv may bIe f,'.ni iu i -itheri.
I Starlight," "Dexter' 'r L'ta,..d Tom Noul.y,"
thougli firr o v .. I w.,itld p'if'e--r b -ki),. "- S'.t.:'-
ghz])t "


This brinpL u- tcL the- tl: e- ., of tl:h,: '...'ri tan e,
:,:.cept, of cu.r,2 the Coun.-.. tio ,.n St:+"'-." T!.
winner we will :t 1tt,''p,. t.) ,pot it "vHill n->
d'oubt f.al t:' some :'n.:s !et, "-'md ar.y ti.; hae-
better inck unet time
The progranare .-eens to pronrise nu inter'esh::-'"
SdV'.s sport, and if th..- d.iv is only fiue, 'nd arll I-r-..
mudan be;t upon L.riug a iplea:-ait a.iaiy, ;a..
i th1e sixt!, Aur-.al R'c- ?.:'tiug,' i-sure t be a
S.:scce, s. I i-'.pc- to i-m et TaIll-:. thetrc. a: -l I tr-ast
that his d:lear' Su'sa will not fail to let us know ias
usua'al what wer-e her imApresol:,s ,'f the lRac- .'
Y..ur, TOT-E .JOTS.
------------------
RT. ti E, rf J. Ro l G ":t :..
DEARa SiR,- il'r (.'o'aT.-pC.Ui,-'Int NOI 4 ic," '
seems ainxitu- to alkc d[h. public b ili.-'.i., ;h..t tl,e
st'g c-stiio L ~,.' redl in your cOino!u rs for "a u.ilt iy ill Dev.)n- hirre, we-re l)roniti by ,e-ii'. lur
per-onal hbien t alo:ie, a10 M not for the j,,.ibie B-.,, .
Thi,, I anm willing to leave fur thoe 'iLat-iigeont
public to dcide.
I offer a latt or '.o for couideration, ar-in I i.n-,e
done.
Is't-Thle population of Dev'onshire according tu the
last census %as 73.3, that of Smiths 5-'4:.
2nd-Devonshire hai.t one receiving Ilhu.-e i: ant al-
rmnst inace..:.ille corner of the pr ri-h, an.ad maiiil de-
livery three da.,s in the week, Snmiths has three re-
ceiving houses, :and delivery at one or the other every
day.
3id-Letters posted in Hamilton after 3 p.m. ou Fri-
day, are delivered in Devonshire at 11 a.m. on Monday,
other parishes get them lorry-eighlt hours sooner.
With many thanks, your's truly,
DEVONSHIRE.

All the British possessions adjacent to North
America, save Newfoundland and its dependencies,
have been annexed to Canada by an Imperial order
in CPnnell This ertenda Canada to the North


Tihe Englith IMail of' tie 131th Ult.

The R. M. Steamer Beta, Capt. Shaw, with the
English Mail of the 13th October, arrived at St.
George's on the morning of the 28th ult.
DoMINION OF CANADA TRADE WITH BRAZIL.-The
Brazilian Government having granted a like sum
($50,000) to that of the Dominion Government for
a direct line of steamers between Canada and
Prazil, tLe first steamer cf the new line will take
her departure on the 1st. January, S11. The ree-
sels to be employed to be I1'00 tons. The service is
to be monthly, one from each country, Montreal
being the summer and Halifax the winter terminus
of the line, and the ports to be touched at are in
order, St. Thomas, Maraicaibo, Pernambuco, Ma-
cao, Bahia and Rio Janeiro, at which last port, in
all brobability, other steamers will connect
with the Canadian line and give continuous
communication along the coast. The import-
ance of the frade which will thus be opened to Can-
ada cannot be over-estimated. Brazil has a popu-
lation of twelve millions. and her chief products
are suited to Canadian markets, while Canada can
find an outlet there for her fish, coal, flour and
many manufactured articles.
TUE DOMINION PARLIAMtENT.-A Montreal des-
p,-teb says it is rumoured thare that the Dominion
Parliament will be called together for the des-
rltch of business" on the 17th of .Jainry.
MONTREAL, Quebec, Oct. IC.-The f Gv new
steamships ordered by the French Shipping Com-
pany :o be built, on the Clyde are for service be-
tween Canadft and Havie.
The Montreal Star, referring to the railway Syn-
dicate, Fays the bank of Montreal, it is understood
is deeply interested, and has undertaken to float
tihe first issue of bonds to the amount of 10,000,-
Q00 sterling.
NEWFOUNDLAND.-The Fishery nob a. failure, but
low prices causes anxieiy. New wealth in new
miune.. The weather up to Oct. 20 had been mode-
rate and not as disastroDs to shipping as in some
years.

i"ISII AGITATORS TO BE TRIED FOR CON-
SPI RACY.
LoNDONs, Oct. 24.-A Dub!in correcpor.dent tele-
,zraphed !ast. night as fc.liows.--lI 'n informed, on
tbe abst authority, that Mr. W. E. Forster, Chief
Secretary for ireland, sw7re an information to-day
eh,'rging a nuitber of nror,;naent members of the
Land LaagTue w.th conspiracy, and that applicati-
on for their arrest will be made to the courts early
next week. Among others, are tle following:
Charles Stewart Parneiil, M. P Joseph Eiggar,
M. F., Atthur O'Conu-r, M. P., J. J. YOKelly,
M.P., Alexaner M. O'ul!!ic'an, MT. P., T. D,
Sullivan.. M. P., Mr. Luna, Tr,-asurer of the Land
League, .Ir. Brennar;. Secretary L.inI League, Mr.
Samen ,. Redpath. Mr. Kettit, Mr. Boyton, Mr.
Sheridan, ,I!r, Daley, Jiurnr-li, Mr. Harrington,
Journalist, Mi. Tull a. J.ur inalist.
In view '! tbu difficul:% ord n'btair;ing a verdict
from an Ii1h i'ur It sahi r:be hS h intention to
apply to the Quei-n'- t,.noeb for ;o change of cenit
3,nd b:ia' tbhe aLcusend for- tril before an Engliqb
jury. ihe Gov,-inment e!is to have the power
under ithe new Jidicial act.
Reinforcements of t.loo,p !',. being buirried into
Iretand. They are to hold commanding positions
in Conuaughu, and Muinster. I1, i. feared that grave
(roubleE may arisc ., '-.h arrest of the Irish
ieaderp. TRe British press i unaninmoraMs in sup-
pritir; the measures w'3ic ibe Gevcrnamnt pro-
p,.te ;c. cheek t-e agit'ii.in. Even joii-rnlss which
hv, hiltherto -ioprecate.i any e t.rao':winary pro.
c2..-&.,;', now audmit some .itior, i3 ...colutely ne-
cessary.
The Lordr M ayur Elect of London, Williamn
McArthur, M.P., is the Fon of an Iri'h eVleylqyar,
lMiniEter, and bhiuself on cf cthe m.-,ot pzominunt
CI.t ,Cil., 7 !n.ymen iE thc U:ni t? K..ngdm. He is
a, weailhy merchant in the Au'tialian trade and a
man of considerable ability.
LoEON, Oct. 21).--Fuads La"r? been granted by
bie Rultian Synod .o eree' a Gr:?k-Russian church
in S.an Francisc.. A i bo. .s beei appoliuted to
irocee.'E t, C ifornia. r~i F l : -.cco, nipaaied by
,eaeo ., slh.b-dico .'a'l'.ytes and a full choir.
: Fir'c thouia[n, :.ui.,les [. 1'.'ne>L gtanled for th-j
relimi in t'.y e pn.n ..s. ai" i.. "ice.ary funds for
hbe e.t.-.bh!.:hme t w- .. ; rt rain-,g whea thp
rmis o:0in leaves St. Ec[t.r ..::, ,vhicL -vet,~ is :ex-
npeee4d to ake p ..i;c- r-rty.
I -,PA :?, Oct. ._..- ,. CO,,,. .,,,.. .',.- T e sever;'y
,i i.ae courr w.hi h yesterday sutencel the irre-
liressible F.:-it Pysa by die.'iail, to tw years i.-
,,i.',,mnet an.d a n. ofn 1,001:, icr publishing ina
',rgr:c, the C'.,',*.*ut a justi~ u.a ,ion o: kerezows-
i i. the- Pole, ,v .-. in *,7 ,tie -ped ro rssassir,:n e
Sia- E ,pi 'ror' of Ku'if. i, F i., I'id n:t prevent
'.be comrii n[ia, of H-.l!ev.ie (ri ai bulging a met-
in,:; st night at It;" ..i!o.1 -rV:aird. The ha!l was
Sappropri eli"y ",oirt.djed tito .:.:.rnt'ts.' fetters auni
i;'e flagf... th,..: im' i.O:.,:;:.; arb,.;un ded wTith s,:,v.
' ..e iunucy, noi. "ylt be presided, hdi an ovan.-

A rf,',c .1. '.r.: <.:, : '. .'S '. .." --T h, R .s.iian G .'-a-
:T?.a..p cic .'d ;:..., i:, '*.'",,'r !'.,:: hardi to assure t,:m:.
: ..ice0s ,f the proq 'p.,.se, ;.u ier: tio:'r .! e..-pedil.ion
-which, I. In stablish a caruin of temporary metero-
!ogie,, sta:iore round the North r'c!e. The co-
,.'pralionot Denmark, Sweden, Nor way and A is-
trit is cetain, ane it. is probable tbat reveral other
Eurcpnaa countries, will ive in theiL aherence t,'
the project.
P'4 ....


S .. : I.*'t.--'I.*.L r..x. ,-,te *2 .--As Cap:
Dancaun Adams '.Ps Oishing ,.-ff New-Londc.n
P,'.ince Fd wv.rd's Irnd. bL- sttr.tion w.3as suddei-
LVy at,!r.~t?', to some great sea monster alongsi,
,be at. Losing no T?, he ,ot under ay and
ilo.j a mile or' two. .*uw fund.d the monster goiu.l
as E f:t zt ij thLe boat. H. ,ad only two boys ,1-R ib
tl!i. VW hr' n the boat It.' .1 th Mouster .. aeb-d
focr tbhe Caprtiki, ruissed, .aId -"as caught by ith
gunwale oc the bLat, a.l. fe1i back int-,' the sea,
m:ni:1ing no further atlmp:!, rs. he Captai. loS'.I t.o
ue in putting the -o v.,rd laun. He says the
monster was not less then t 0 feit !ug, with black
osripes ,nd large J': s o-.

WVith the Prince and Princess of V'ale as his
chief guests, and La-.!;7 I)u.y playing hostess fur
him, Lord Fife ia theI happi-.i baicbef!or in Eng-
land, fully isiible of the hobor Lcnferred upoe,
biMr. Mr.- L'ig-the Earl of Fife's favorite
shooting box uud the highe:~ inhabited houe in
rit.ain-is not far distant frcrm Baln.oral, and the
Frince of Wales and the Earl hare b'-cn associated
together as children in the Highlands, and the
Prince frequently enjoys a day's, sport in the ForesL
of Mar.
A large order for telegraph wiles given by the
Government has beeu secured by a Sheffield house.
it is said that the value of ihe order is about
62,000.
The Byron Monunuint.-Fifty-seven tons of Greek
marble have been delivered in London, free of all
charges, by the Greek Government, for the pedestal
of the Byron monument.
James Coull, the sailor who steered the Shan-
non" in the action with the Chesapeake" off Bos-
ton harbor in 1813, died in London on October Ist,
aged ninety-five, and was buried with military
honors.
Professor-" What are the constituents of
auartz ?" Student--" Pints." A bland smile


T t, F E .; .,' v f ti., Rh .i Ga:.'t:,.
SIR,-Perhaps Mr. d'irol you n.ay be inlisposed
to publish anything nmore reri-ardiang the Carolina Z."
-but, as I have a schnmw which I never divulged with
respect to the old :hip I trust you will deem it fit for
publication. The Hoa--re ,d .\--ormbly has voted ..00
to remove the ship, now I' months under water, and
a more extravagant anl. : ni-ecessry proceedig, inl
my opinion, wa'= r.ncvr r'de by ,nv deliberate body
for so small a purpo-c. Th- ol.!',:' I ha been in very-v
body's month, ([ ;,,o !'.:r ,:,-,),:. h,-.' and the most
awful prediction s ha-ve b-ent put i ath as to the horrors
that must follow it :-h;e Je uflered to repose any l,-,ng.r
er in her silent lib- Fj ,tan,-atc for her future fame
no one has been .-'..... te r : i s.ile ailment during
:i long and unpree,-.lgntedh but hunrd.?er to the pre-ence
of the Carolina Z ,"* who on tl..- ',thc-r hand seermis to
have been a puri',e or in rni-dic.d p-,,rlance a prophy-
lactic, to the inhabitants, or it .i -;ited by an hon-
orable gentlm.arn in the iHo.','" thirty tihe town of
St. (G ore 's Wia. ,.:va-r :.o;. e h ,;ty, and that hlie land
the word of ail th. r.,-.Jci ajth.! in lthe Town for
the fact- andi all tli_ ii ;f,,i? *"' .-?o!, ; ciittur" was belch-
in' forth the a.rc n :..u. -,,.. i, ,ripae nated with all
the plagues oc E:.-nt :, .,,;ih i t a on of _E-cela-
fi is. who wa- vii.; i.. t!.. TovIn,, turn.-ed tail, put sipurs
to his horse, lil i. 'nni,.-,o ia ,- t.:. most direlul
collieq:. :ncL. I;!-, (o:.- ,i:.; niiim hoi\wi.vcr, seen to
haie b.en aii oI 0 !act i ttt--h;,s ,ollactories were
no:t so .-licate. Vi.hi he a -.i.lnt- i n,. 1)atter in a more
plh;io.upildic sp'r. .-uwr w &are t.akih,. of the "' Caro-
lin:i Z.'" and ,'i,:: ;-. t. te i : io wv ith her, and
now I am 'in i I.-i i -. r,;. p;,lan, as p-ouiise,!
al. and v ,hic) v,:.: :-: ,a:. e ti:o wa if you tiink
ait-a plnin niorc :.!. ., ..r, a. 1 more economical
thal:n anyv yet Fro..o ; :; !, .. L a ,. I charge noticing!
-Oh, come out :., -.: S .i -to lht the old
ship alone, trc bc .*. '-. r.:r- you have it-can
)ivu gainsay i ? .. a.I,, ? Is it not a:i:. ?
And az to its aft'.'. '; ,, n. t Lr iter up and
provoked' hler. I' ',.a iti he be alrevio d to
sleep all tlic .ua.ttia.n dcai wing.uhi" Winter that nothing
will heard or ..,r. .i '.W :.: i Jdints of thue Caro-
lina Z." in the turit .
I am, Sirt, ..,: -, EST\V

For :'.: IL,,' '. ,:tt.
AM( A!-'.LINA ."
N h! ErnrTO'.- at r .o ar--pplnyl!)t "' T:,xp:yctir"
must .tvc had t!, -. o .. ,t hl mind up ie Jown
w 'hn, he perpev,_ J Ia.. '.- I ro c .,' to spend S00
t, f -ai.c. thie C -,.. :..: i. h real ,.i ht the,?
p l, ic prints, c.. .:-,r tt .. .inatel !rom .gh
1irtr,- he wro,,n!. :,-, .... i, L the k .,,.
alarri wa. s fi:-t .-1.1', i in i:rith H .: .-'. of itseni ly,
and immn :.diateiv c ..:; :.,. :,I ,hruugh the Le-
-slhtion and -;, i; i. ,-. act
which I nas nas much ;..,.:n 1, wn-s But being
l1a. i ui ,n the ... ,, ,. .n i.n : appo[a t,-.d ry
di.'- .oa ,l of inv- .t;~t atin and ,! L.-ria-
tin',, I .!t no i. ,. .r, ;: ., ,i, -,'in in i s r n: t-
nes and ";i'k :.r.. I '..vi er ic.:in yI v a..i H if
r-'iormy the -.! v ,lii ,n.k'.: toe grtin th awas
piu.rope.l ouit" ? L I I ,I a': irs.lf it if blowing up
the '.*: -. I Ia illt .- o i ; i v y the bln.t .-,f the
torp!-,lo M h crt! i: ,r -i ,:r l,. ,iack a ai; in I >.a ut
ti .- a,' ':i r c '. r ,-!'-,:le r 'e rrn inEs tb-it the
.rain i i- :.. e ,i a t hot:oim ,of the
-. n, 1nd that 0 4q H i aiy ?i (ro1 u tic, ten-or
.v- 'e thousan i. : :- i, le n .e npoim..,i.
for ei,:hIteen s: p. .. in lve rin ta-.
Wei, rM tn'- he :,-v ..- a hthi til rr.nw.nse." WNhat
pit.y. Taxpr ... n i ,;'Ott iurn,. Ji p a little )oner
and s:aved all thi' ten .in st in thyi I.'v.b;nur teapnt that
the pix.,o of t. .... have b).-n inal:ing ,rch a
il -' i oini't, i-icriu ;:- ,!,.n..,e-, death. nl dev-.istatioln
thr u..:h tih ,' :..:v i : ,:i. oltct,.-. es. Il s.') uttielly
.irn z w i; i ;, :,c -- ip r, in till it s,.!it- the
,,,vr, -er ru ce: ... i : .i oi :'t o nc to tlW .*e pense
,,f ., or .t r,:, i. -, ,. up, anii thierebvy probably
VXt -e e.hlic cor.r i biiirv fi:, r s'r- lmiinera ion ? to
s.y nothing- r. ,. ; ,, ., ,i bil]e.-vatir for
evan a qua.rt. ,r r :.-,' "
Oct.:,er 2.. 1 ..u0. DISC tETION.

DO SHARKS HARBOR TLIEIR YOUNG?

A n intere-sting a.,,-..'.n. ofporbooi' sbarl (Lt .,-a
iti,h'. ta) was r~.centlIy en,',ht cr'Grea't Neck. L I.
Jt was a rafe l,.p, -int q 7 ent r :r. E. <3. BaLe-
for,!, W-,h is th 'e...r- .t ,' .a!0 sK r,-.nger. who make
Mbrir home in Uae ,.iinv lep,. Mr. Blackford .jol-
unc."ro d all t.! i .in-.' ] h par,--eased, a-. fo-
S."-S '" -Wui I e ,-d ih-r h.? La bi ,en J.*ad
i.,.ie than sern,: Fr, .sir in :i:. rz .'r
ier stcar,scl: t;. l '. .-ra ni:n t hayvW e wz ]i,,,-e1 a.
bir!o or trwo : .' ku k, r, to i-ra:f y uy
't',c.' t I r".: : -'. I' ,,a !,iv .I. ; ;
.'her. in..ena. (.1 -4 rrkr? I f!o)untl ton litt* e
sh' k-, er; e ni .- ...n: ")[ :'i i --. -i all ja tr ? ,o
: .- e :i-. .-i, t I .:,. ..uI-
d' ,er. u l .'L, ci.'. r. r u cr 1 k
w .. n t, ch' d f. ,-. '.-.. *: ,a,'r.o-: .L f,;ir .i-
c-h.. h: 'ij,, amirGn, ti B-
err:,a ?i i -.. '.-i, "rY:unr, shark. in time
of Ida., -r tO r : ,,' ..- i. i ,-:: InoI er' s" .-
m ,.,h I t '-. k :':: r. ,: ;.- .,y ,prove. iba" lt;. y
S- ., the Ii. ,. e. .. ".t*,.; Fs, and : the t.a
*"'C; nuo L ,ii ,i; "Li;: i ..: ;" i ii ,.;licn had ";egura,
.-:., i Lr. n ot ,':,.:'.. ;, ; '.: if the m.oth-.r bad
iao t- r ..: t,, ;- 5'i.,;,r ,: toio eXcite.e-rt was
=," c.r ;'.. iitti,.' .*.3 '-** .-n i i ,'i :-l l..,r-ied hi" w, ,
:i e, ... tr.-., ; .-;; ,,; .rd i in due im e-? been
big .noug'. t{^ .; ...,-, ;. ii;,,:t i.iane or- a,T
considerable tr,,:;;!," i"he a;:,,k ne'asured. six
feet el:-'er if:cl.-'?. t:, i a.4iL, and ,a.* capture'l in a
schooI of Eo'.n bi oh .rr ";':;a,,deua.--.'..i W,,r,,i

ALPiNE A. '". /.' A '(.ij:,'u \: Piprrtesp'.!a-s.e
wrre.s T i-o .- '; j. li;- t. a : h-t-! eV h'el- i oieli-
i ,.u i 'ia R -ba i ,,. .-, a. t t.- -,. .t thie Fi.'-r u-n e


.:-Ctiiu of t ,.1' it ,- 'i .i'-i)u e at. tihe toot
1f th Ge ,.' i .. : :'- ri'i the sut iiltinit. ,oi
''f e' Ber. jit:a .. ....., u 'L,- L..:Iinait .sa, at a1ln
elve.- -' ii:a cf 9-. .. w e ti11
hiig e'.e ,t po iunt .', ta! .' !: 'i'; e i-. eli:. D igrazia is. u,,t
rm ,ie i : i' '.. ;O. .. 2 T he ase eit ..,i t!
B. im :iuua *.', t .. .;.-..- .. .' ,!rty,. a.i:. tIr [he first '.imue
I I -. i zU .aa. a --i di.
t h:s ."'cr- <. ., i.j. ..;... i ,>it,'-',. ,2 ul', :i,i E u_. li lJm nu anid
DF. Ac.hiu e.. o t- uI:,'.'ii .- rLurai j Taiit ILial. Foe
th. -.rit t L .- i., ., .- e : i wI .-i, a iL..uuitaiii,
M ...,t ila, :' ,- ". ; .r-: ,- .. ;:.,i (Septem bher
-I) by "i bliud !; ,., '.'. T. iaL e!i. au E l itsh
g .,tlem alu, accv'i.;;'-.: b\ hii i ...:; atand four ga'i es.
On the day pr:vi : .: cide-i belel au -exeur-
sionist in the E. i ,- m ianT from Leipsic,
'who occuped *.;. ,- i.;,: i' L-, HI-)tel d<.., B.iiurs
at St MAo.ritz, bu .. r-t i.-. ,. given. At -x
:.clock on th e ra.. uci i. ',..,'; ,: ,i f tL t' ot.*l
t) mrnake th a -'* at..: i ; ; ..K ,- ,It,'L, a i...iu.t.ain
in the rteighbe-.r -. ,.; e ,uld '.e back b, tet
' cl':ck. W he:u ..--t ...,-rn -r'i. :ne iau Le di. -Oi
return, it wo'- ..:r-!d] (tht h!, Lad umet with s.,.e
mi.hap. and eii ht 1 w r 1 '.rc eat .,: r t, l'ijhk !.'r hi'i.
Their quest wa, iir .''.-tal,. L.Pver and n :Ml-
day another p 10rty m ,q. '1i t th,. r:,-sit -,uid.-S i, th'-
country, in-ai- a :.' i0.1' tit )ipT. After' a lew b..,ur.'
.-eareh they f ilun, tlh, lr i e.1 b ,'i; ,,f the uilf,.-i i.ll-
atr, young fellow at Ib, '! pr.;'ipice. H l' ip-
pen red to have hbeej .erb:,ri-hnL, ,iu the heights b:;ve
and, missing his ft,,,ting had fallen down a ste'p de-
clivity of nearly 50j ieer."

THE PRINCESS IoIUsE.-Priuje.ss L,rise ha
been staying t,)r the !ast thre-- w,.eeks at the Villa
Hapsburg, Marieuniitd. aituded; by Captain aud Miss
Collins and three servantrs. Her Royal Highness
travels as Lady Sa.ndr.dge.
Admiral Sir Arlhur Hood, in command of the
Channel Sqnadroo, bas been ordered to complete
his ships with stores a:l4 ammunition, so as to be
ready to proceed to the Mediterranean at an ho lr's
notice. He will place himself under the orders of




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