Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Volume ID: VID00048
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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Proceedings of lhe Legislative Conucil.
Tuesday, '23rd Novetiaer, 18S).--Pursuant to ad-
journment the Housu met.
Present--Hlis Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Wrn. H..Gosling,
46 Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
*' James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
E. C. Gotidon, Col., Command-
ing P.. E.
A Bill entitled "An tAct concerning the use of
the Great Seal of these Islands in cei lain cases"-
waa brought. up from the House ol Assembly and
read a first time.
The Rule as to several r.adlinqs of Bills and Roe-
solutions on !he same day having hNon suspended,
by unaninoanioi content, the said Bill was then rpcd
the second time.
The House wrent into Committee thereon.
The Hou. WV. H. Go!ling in the Chair.
The Com'mittee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chnirtman reported the Bill without. amend-
The House adopted the Report, and the standin-. i
Rule having beo.'n .a'ain suspended by unaniuous
consent, the Hill .n! s thlion read t'he third time arnd
passed, ai.] ordered to be laid before His E.efr!-
lency the Governor by the Hon. Jt. i'ucker.
Adjourned to Tue..?day nv the 30th instant, at
11.'3, a.m.


Abstract of the Pro ceediny of 11.4 lonorardI
.HouSe of A<.'.*dJo.'
Wednesday, 2-1/ N,..c/r, 1S(m.-The Bill to regu-
late the Trusts of the Wesleyan Methodist, Society
was again committed.
Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair.
Mr. Oudney mored the 9th Clause.
Mr. Oudney, moved to strike out the second para-
graph of the9th Clause-which was afllfired.
Ayes 13. Nays. 0.
The 9th Clause as amended was then agreed to.
Certain alterations in the Preamble agreed to,
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill as amended, and
it was adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
The Message of His Excellency the Governor re-
lating to the proposed new Gaol in Hamilton, was
considered in Committee.
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved btat it be ricom-
mended to the House to orde': a Bill to be brought
in to amend the Hamilton Gaol Act, 17,"
and to authorise the Board of Public Works to
carry out the improvement of the Gaol necommo-
dation in Hamilton on the revised plan laid before
the Legislature during the present Session by His
Excellency the Governor-which was agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the Resolution
of the Committee.
The Bill to provide for taking up land for Public
uses was again Committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the
The 43rd Clause agreed to.
Mr. N. J. Darrell, seconded by Mr. Fraser, moved
an amendment to the 441h Clause,-in the 9th line
where the words "Colonial Surveyor" occurs strike
out those words and substitute the Board of
Works"-which was negatived.
Ayes 2. Nays 18.
45 agreed to.
Mr. N. J. Darrell moved to add at the end ol
the Clause and all the Costs of and incident to
the arbitration shall be borne by the Government
and paid out of the Public Treasury in like man-
ner as the Compensation is payable"-which was
negamived. Ayes 7. Nays 14.
The 46 agreed to.
47 affirmed, Mr. N. J. Darrell objecting.
On the 48 Clause Mr. R, J. P. Darrell moved an
amendment which was agreed to.
49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 5", 57, .5, 59, 60, 01,
62, 63, 64, 65, 6 7, 67, 6, 09. 70 agreed to.
On the- 71 Clause Mr. Fraser moved thit the
words Parishioners or a majority of them quali-
fied to vote in Parish matters" be substituted fur
the word Bishop."
Mr. 1ill moved that the words with tile consent
of the Bishop" bestruck out.
The House resumed.
SThe Chairman repotted progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
Mr. Tynes from the Committee appointed to ex-
amine the Accounts of the Board of Woe ks, pm esent-
ed a Report.
Ordered, on motion of Mr. Wadson that the
following Message be sent to His Excellency the
We are directed by the Ilouse of Assembly to
request that Your Excellency will be pleased to
direct a Writ to issue for the election of a Member
for the Parish of Paget in place of Henry Gilbert
Hunt, Esqr., deceased.
Adjourned to Friday next.
To tn Ed'it,, ,f /the f y. q'l Ga.:.t/f.
MR. EDITOn,-By reference to Th1l debate on the
second reading of this Bill ( Coloui.t of 6th tr.)i
it appears that exception was takou by one iof the
members to what seemed to him to be rather a

vague and inappropriate definition of the term
"government" to which an explanation was given
that was supposed to be satisfactory, but on the
debate being resumed on. Monday the same mem-
ber renewed his objection with some vehemence by
which it was evident that the explanation was not
accepted, and that too much was left to infietnce.
Somemombers sympathizing with his views thought
it possible that from the ambiguity pertaiuinuito
the term governijentr at- used in that comnnetionu
it might some day in thE future be ,-..ume.l th-tr
the "I upluerial Goverimeut" was include,:!, ai.l
that the latter may du-tLre ihoe .icfi ., t i<. E, .
Such being the 'a;. itr -, .. ,:-i t,-i tih I ,, .-
lie ila ,o iruportm.,i ; ;eaa.'uwo to I'- L' :;.!!- ;
prehii ui.-iou r w.m o\-!v d ,! .1 A!i d, 2( .iti; n i tl .. .fi, :- t
thai .y h, : ra ( o.' G .(r:, :.:..,:t t t !i'.. ( .' ( .-.,.-- .
mIl i i aloaW is I:Cf;Li[. '. '"..i 'pt. i
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Pa.i-t i Paimshi, it-, the 1-Iandis -.t BHerinotrim, to-
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the sakli 115ish, whereonm liii sak'i Delingi~m
Ho-s' omi e s ce ted :which ~aid1 trot of Lam il conI-
Wans b.y i inmation FlaoI-iiq lec.Acru s, 29
pert~ei, Ae '-leiii eoitiiiq, orli'a ponrch,
he S.~e same C tjoeo -$-I i 1 ..f. L o~-ilontile.
N'\orth, by thle I.loevllims I iiihwai ; On tile soah
by the YWean; ot the Ewi, hl 063 Inida to in
thim:o ccilpaLion or 1..i- ao I' S Iirall, tLli-*
N Iido w m oft1Jd Jommes, (1,cea ed, w d'
onl ?he Wii, .5/. I La t dstoi)rii r1 'iyt l tj.xw i ?
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:11J;!it'ei) kIm VI. iII A-1 l i, U :', 0 u-3 I7 'i S k, OrIli o % eetor
ithi''t'a'isP HIril'Sld MeSSuag~e uYlDWeilflmr 11-101u16
togothbnit A ~l I1(r,lges, (Juthousm, E~.. dinti. ,
fBuiiding~s at!idApIpurtenanmces.

A LL th e Ritght, TWA tlC nd Jntei'-
ed uit 101' Il(?-4d \ INLLTA11 Si tA U cr. IDOE, in
andir to ;dllthat (.ert;nii )n M LLIM. iHUNG:
atn(] tta,t ot[LAND hI C lO 4-t1j illoiniv, valc
~ '~ii0 ) I~'l(J~l ,' sitm t ami l m'(iiu)i ll~~
P'trishin 1.6ih- l0aiiils ( 'Cm" N011, C'~luintirin
F lever Acores C~ir tmerenhoijus (byithe aune mi mr-
ar less), boul nkud .S'on/h e!1, !~'ylife Octp a Ii
10011litt(q. by tim, llii rhroiatlIeadhip, from l'igvts
Pai0ith ( Much townQ Srnh8mihs 1Pa nisli Cliurhm
Absurl, bylvLa ti IL~te (S 1 Danit'ohayi vour Fi id-
dcii, t! e Elder, deceased, and Iflesh I/.qIbylanlmtl
hlucd im, h':3mIl" thh by LamY TrkP~im im ii~-
ingdIiaiii, 'c CI lor w C'C'cr te
said lctrwL f Qi...mml ptres.evd i lie iivm
Ai andi relzasu~d, mv e:; Meh.odol rimutt D

hit~i id kCUi'::T ill tfi Pa~riblm of
11sal~'d- 0'o3 ff i c11 td 1,00i taiuij lg,

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the All~ey Jera~innIenr ti) 1..umnctiionjed ) .jl- In
Nor th.141, lei -V.u t 6 inhellt, randI

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been In-

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1 (A~l1RLGE,(- wlicchi with
poe &-c., ('olu I)I'.
I t'Ah'L (four wheAl) n very excolwut

A fair Ped iit ion V1i!lYf1).?madu to a Pr
c' of thle 1'Iare and;CtrilC

St. Glcurgco'2 I~Tyl~i

111 Mel cRoyal UGtze!/e S'taliod'y

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l~irui KN IVE~ lS Paper K~NIlVES
Pen Wipm ts l%.ildrvc' ren Hehi.

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AL-Ach 1t:-.u. 1 I.; uc (-i 1 h,01,Boems
ltd: lPliimlr., Szc in varict'C' ldhia XO neL's
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all wbom it '..'ay Concern,
XiliVO ive niic OLthtI hold the PRO-
PE1Z1i1'Y i P1tVihl O NVIn"IS
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i'tm* lin thl! 4 tu' ii thme 16th

cendiler, proxmito, till the Lstale andid ftlred ior
\\miI~~l ~.miicl!).c ini te 'll P i.ertI in Pa-et,

hI Ie"e by 'IiVe 1li'IiCTt !t 1(2.J n. 1(,t 1'2 I iC i'tled
to 11int Pmuj'url :11 Fee s
An ie-;ihwitlitumtt-rl,tiorimatinn ont

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Th 3ese m(",(.,:0DS lScIedw-ith great
IOhrCI 1)y ifli, LF' DucdOul, liiinSE-1, zand~
Nvill he S!Al to." "-llit. c7VL-,-OUO1 at his ae

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iPublic Notice,

kdohacco CulItivation,

q'TITRE Nithl a Vi-ii wt0 oncouraging the
D A-h:,s pro(_eui-j.,-jj.1 tjj U~ljlyof thle tiiwst hl~id

tijt.-that S'taoclto :III opplionAq1-it~Ulridthe
Bfa ii '.1 :i~t ho foloirwimig Prizes for the b~t-s
4Cl~c1o Tul il-tc' grown froi t~bi! Seedlt~b 11

~ jii~l-. ~m~fill to coniete for fthe prizei
iIC' 41-i 'l.201 i.~t (onl.4iAt o i i t A than ow,
1"111 ounL.4--it ooch of wl1cured nijereliamitable

Tim B-,..t 81peviiina -n will rnei te X-5 0 o
'hTIL- v.'1.n&tf I w,.t 'wii zo_ h roctaive 2 0 0
Tlic )I, t 'tl -- Ft Slj~it.JIcn1t 1 cb. 1 0 0
In all t/Eolcl 4will distributfe X20(iniiprize~s.
The Suet-d wjdy I)& sown uat im~iy lue between
thi? pr-p1lit tiimi'-andl 1ht! enil of' Mru'cb. .911-
Ildiesof Sval ay k L:,utnimi.-il jratis 'ontippli-
Cl. IT. Esit..1vyofth f .s. dlo P ~0eer. en,
St. Ci-orgts.
R~OYAL GAZETTE Stationari S tore.
11am iltonl.
IV.ioshipiful JOFIN FOWLE, Saudy~s.
A ni. of the Slij ~ in Dovonshire.
By udur of the Board,
11iinnilt' ii, Nvil,*15, 1880.-4 t f.

G 0 to Child's anld see the most
comlet stckof PL.ATE.D WAREt' ever
ill Btermuda con-istimlg of' T1ea Setts, l'pcgnies,
lee P'itchlers. Waiters- 't S 'oupTorin-,, Cik-e Bas-
P;Ots, Hu11t e~r I i.q!ie.... ( ator!. .Jewell Cnkets,
Toilet 7-k, IHk'u it Pi;%e-, Ice Tubms, Flower
\rasc-q, Frit Dishes, Vferry Dishes, Cheese
D .jp~f' i e C; .dRveteiv".-rs, Sugar Sifter,., Ve!fE~tuimle
Dipht4iis, Canidlesm icki. Spootiis. Forks, &c.) *,
,& e, Nowxis ilie time 1t, select before Cliristinus.

T~ibe Ptatoes.

Just. Received, in- Prime Order,

At Lowest Market Price.
Special Raies to Arnmy and Navy Canteenis
and Mesles.
IWV T. J.131IES,1
4-2 Front Street,
flIatnfion, lNovemnliei S, I B


C 6C. Keeney
Havo nist received froin Engyland
A mClhoie e ;Sletion Of'

Tills ot(if l(V'ldhl VUQIii'TP
1 .1 i;?P .Iu ice C1 I j I 'i L CalIf'; Fo ot J EL L Y
wiss (, 'ondei A! I JLI
T .s "d (N ).H. 0Adlidi \, I LI( Cor n FLO0UR

Liebeu's Fbe'Uat of ill iEFA-' Ground RICE~
Potted NiEAT.S 1.SIN G1 L S 8
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('i!, ,' Hfill .i ,i.;,I ',!:ttiain at i; !i n t,n lo, .-'e.-nI tihe
2'1 sr, ,in i'R i.,roveiiib- r, i .-.- : hi' ht ribov, ho I .,
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hans b,(:i, pleased io toapfi'iit,:
TWillthami .heldle To be a COMMISSIONER ( .r iLOTAG.W and of
LizhtLousies under th.." lVIrovsirns of'. A,.ts NN.,
2. ot 1.S43 nin. No, 1i-, ,f l 1
m. U':... -t eU. ;" .'. C.. ,,,'a, 7,


Colon i, c S ficr ,
29TI NDVZ::, l',
has been Tileased to appointt
Johlni P-owSle .uir'.ows, Ec To be a MEA BEM R O:f the oOARD OF PUBLIC
WorF.KI under fh1_ i-o\isi-- l A<- X-:. 1.
of the present Session.

1 C" 7loni l .'/ .- ta y.

Abstriad ff Oo Prc.ved,.'ng. of ithe .o.norabls
'Jtouse of Assi:l//.
Friday, 2th X.:-e,-'der, 1-Si,.--he Resolve pro-
viding tor the printing ofancient Journals of theAs.
seimbly, was read a 2nd time and committed.
Mr. C. Peniston in the Chair.
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell moved that the Reeolve be
The Attorney General moved to ririke out nll
after the words Board of Audit" and insert in-
stead thereof ", and the cost of printing and binding
such Journals shall be from liue to time paid out
of the Public Treasury to such person or r-ersons
as the Governor shall autborise to receive the
same,"-In the 35th line of tho Resolution as print-
ad in the Minutes to iusert the words approved
by His Honor the Speaker and" between the words
"sbhll be" and sanctioned"-.which were agreed
The Resolve as amended was then agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the Resolution
of the Committee.
Ordered, that the Refolve be engrossed.
The House on motion of Mr. C. Peniston consid-
ered in Committee of the whole the Governor's
Messages, No. 37 and 42 relating to providing a
boat at the Causeway for public use.
Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair.
Mr. C. Peniston moved that it be recommended
to the House to make provision for furnishing a
boat, oars, &c., for the use of the Bridge Keeper
at the Swing Bridge, to enable him more efficiently
to perform the duties required of him-which was
Ayes 12. Nays 10.
Mr. C. Peniston moved that it be recoameouded
to the House to make provision for furnishing a
boat with oars, moorings, &c., to be used for the Pub-
lic Service, in maintaining communication between
the Quarantine Establishmfent ou Nonsuch Island,
and the main land and for landing Pilots, and
other persons sent to the Island to be kept in Quar-
antine-which was affirmed,.
Ayes 15--Messrs. N J Darnel, T N Dill, K D
Fraser, S B Gray, E H Goaling. C C Keane, T D
Middleton, T A cOuterbridge. AM Oudney, WV R
Penislon, C Peniston, J N rnitFh, T F J Tucker,
W H Wilkinson, T ..I Wa :orn.
Nays Setaker. F. - p t. J P
Darrell, \V J Fith, W S M1asters, .J W Pearman,
I I'ynefC .
The House resumed anud adopted the Resolutions.
The lHo:e considered. in Commitee of the whole
the Governor's Message No. 42, relating to re-
pairn to the Causeway Arches.
Mr. J.1 V Perrma-'n in the nOr' V ,;r.
iMr. C. Pension r-oired that a M.essage be sent
to Hi E.icell!rnrcy tih Governor in reply to flis
Excellence'. Message of the ]7t0h November instant,
to inform Hi. Exelency that tn the opinion of
this HIo;se it i:, ex.pediert to ri-nt the recommen-
dation of the Beard of Puhlie WVorks concerning
the substitution of brick arebe for wooden bridges
at the Causew-ay-whicb wvas agreed to.
iThe hou.e resumed and adopted the Resolution.
SOrdered, that the Message be sent accordingly.
The Bill to provide for taking up lands for Public
purposes was again committed.
?-Ir. .. V ern man iin th, Ctiir.
Ti'e (nueiins being put on Mr. D)il's prf.posedi
amendment to the 6 -.b C'lauio, it was affirmed.
Aes 14.--Messrs. N J IDairri!. T''N Dill, R D
Fra-' r, W' J F' ith, C KcA,\C, W S .lastlers, T D
Midlets-i. T .A ( ui? brid,?e, AM OUniney, \W
Peniston, J N Smrbh, R 'lynes, \V H WVilklinaon,
T J \Vadsou.
Nays 8- -. i. t'-pecer, F I'M Cooper, R J P
Darr4ll, S B G(idy, E. H Gosling, S A Masters, C
Peiiston, T F .J T'ucker.
The utbh 'lause an amended then agreed to.
The 70, 71, 72, 7?, 74, 75, 7,, 77, 7S, 79, 80, 81,
82 agreeil to.
The io. irBesumroeld.

'il.o Chan man cobtaiced lcavc to sit again.
Ad.jorurned tU,, Monday next.

.tlonday, 2'Ith/ .Vo., 1880.--On motion of Mr. Dill
the Minuteso u tihe'last day of m-ting were amended
by striking the name of Mr. E. H. Gosling from
Ith Nays on the division on the ,.'Jvh Clause of the
Public Lands Bill, he not being thenu present.
The Resolv-Cp. -;v'i, ? thse ,, ,ion f. i Click-
'r .i' (-'- h t sn-: -'.,e .. ,. ., .. .. -:.. f. ." ;; .

ih Cuop'ti uere."t tL:,. (.L". C;',,.i., ibhich6 a'sgaiiv-d.-
Ayes 10-Me.sara. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Coop.
er, R J P Darrell, T N Dill, W J Frith, S A Mas-
ters, W R Peuistou, J W Pearman, R Tynes,

N-'-u i;--ifessf.,m N .1 l-.,.rn' P I Frna .:- J
Foivlr-. S IB Gi 1. E o..lin't, C C K ,an-', T WV
Air. : T 11 '11 .i';. i .., '(.' jt I 1 1N .-0 C
I ini ,iri, ,a, A. M el .. '-,C ,- ,.. J NI -,
T F ..; ",: ',.-r, A ]. *N "!; iIus.,o Y 3 ,- .u o-u.,
V W-r q ms5 -,rmt
A,', 14--"(.autie .asI t.n ..yd on th'V ?13,.t ,iviskonl
- i ld:'-i Dr Outebridge .-ni 'r. inipt ,r, ol ".,e
N ays 12- (e'amL2. -3.' .,:- ; '.. orn u..,o lr, I'b ici. i
W"iih Dr. ''eril-'" ye ar7 'l ON i :,y,.
The first anaW smecor,:- .! " e. -er- II l up.
M.r C Pnito.n moved ,obat. '.he l-t. lilnak in

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:.-'S. C' :- r. -- T -r,
t-e 1' l o;' ; -"r''' Irt' ie e Agrc.-s .-tI
].I' Resol'e for er.-.ating. an ad.ditonal Buildiri
atM Nonsueth Q;arfantiSe. wa.4 read and committed,
imr, S. A. i-..ers ia i ue LC'bir.
'I. C, Pe-i:,ton ioao'.'' the adoption of ie Re-
oi .. '.V''i '-i n*O-. uae;. tiir i ,rnrn .t-.'O rise
tL',, ,' ,), "' :-" w "h a vier, o ,bt i.N:a t ite o
P V or a --n
0ii :;tO pe;e: ri.,v -,. D i.ij ', ithe C,6 ' .i,'t;. c. rise--
,l ,' as >' .. '. : *i
.FYes ,--i. r. F M Coop..i-, R1J P Darrell, T.
Fi-a rr, .' T hM .r i V P?:
man, N So.itfIb.
ya 3"--..-i'e .fsss. So-r', t N .J Dar i, T N T
D 'I L Gr,- C .- K-.<. 2 1 9 .TiddkKi:.t, T A
Oi:rb-ide, M dOud'ar-v. WR Pe'io",, C Peia
mton, R 'ityu'oq, VV/' iH Witlinso-, 'i J Wadsonr
i'2r. Wilk-'ison E notion wa aeI'.cd

i i-n'i;:m ob:ai. i leave to 0 B. ; Ia l
ra) ,.:1.-r!. from His. Excellency the
OC7,- W *--- .i
>" '. 4 :: ',
M -r _I- ;-'. i "-.
': ,; ;','. '.', ,,t i--l ,, .'.
r-n. ho ca ZL u III.a '! b.,)CRoa
The Go9,?s'rnr ha -;^ heh .. lr o ica .h? ;, -,
nablCe .-ousc ,t .Ls?nti ilh.'.!, w;ing t, .be ,ndr-..l.
and unexp e,'lc'd d-.,th f Ii'r. P. Ness. i.a., C al ,crve'onr ri, tbhfe lai;ds. be find hi'mraelf pice-
e "2 a ncIpshi u oi -f r-.o :r-'raoa: e-n ,..i Mr. Nes-s
had- ?no assistant, and h-bhi not even a clerk and
there T-s bo one therefore who can give the Governor
any information as to tIh bulinees of the Coloni-
al Surveyor's office.
The Governor has made inquiry as to the possi-
bility of fiuding in these Islands a person fully
competent to take up the1 duties of 'Mr. Nesa'
appointment, but he has been unable to find any
one possessing the requI'ite kLnowledge and experi-
,ince. wbo would be willing to sccep( the appoint.
mnent with the sar-ry of .L' 0. a year p-'rovided i)A
the Act No. lS of 18 '-even though that ealar7
has been au -rc:ented hy the ('50 a year att'ebced t'
the office of clerk- to ibe Boar-.l of \7'.,rk? ,7h the
Act. No. 1i5 of there presort Se.rionr.
Under tbese circumstances the Oovernor propeo,-
es to sAkine Secretary of Stalte for th'e Colonies
to bY- good enou_'h to try rwhetiher in hit civil or
military engineering'esEion? in Englan, a
competent person, could he found wh!o would be
willing to come out to Bermuda to Cfll the vacant
appointment with the income allotted to it by the
The, Governor cannot conceal from the Honorable
House of Assembly his fear that owiug to the great
reduction made in the salary attached to this im-
portant office it, will be ex.rerely difficult. if not
altogether impossible, for the Secretary of State to
find an eligible candidate for the vacant appoint-
ment--but till a fair trial has been made the Gu:,v-
ernor will not give icp all hope of being able to find
a coaeten.t p-r., on the .erma prescribed by the
Mt. .p-- pnnd!rin this re.ferenrce to the S.-cre-
tar.y of S'it f-ort tr.' Colonies-it is ibsronirely ne-
ceszsar-y vat -.ome temporary mean:, .h-uld be found
of fr.ovidinR for he su:perrisior o the ,Publie
.V'erk, t 1te Colonry. The Goverrv:'- hbs ?apl;'eld to
the Hicono:Lij C1O. -orron., C-jrmnu0iudn: Rov'tl
Eniineer, for ini.cuaionu a to tt.e t,.-rius upon
a'iVi tbe ,,po:'r- serc-ic:3s of a Miiilmay Fore-
:1.:' cr .W..s'n-? .*? i,s i ,: -I K ls. f th ''olo y,
and 'Ie has been informed by Colonel Gordon thatr
the terms are payaei,at, F the Iate of ;1.`5,0 Ra ye:r
and trairellin;: e::pensP' o an al lousance in licu
.A.- I is .: .'.-.'.?ly aecesary to carry on the
pub[io work viow ir, bnd the Go-veinor asks the
Legislature to give ioim the mears of providing-
the acce.ssary tmi.-por .y s:ipes'virioa on t(be tOrma
laiJI down by the Commanding Royal Engineer.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, i
2'th Nc-venmIer, IS l),
The out',.> j o r- ,loc of tih .'.lorn' .c' ral
-wet into co,;wi.'tte L, comiider r.ip Gvernoi.'s
,Ic'sAge No. *."
.,. S. A. :"ader in'.'. C air,
'2 e Atior n'y Ce,,'?r.i maoved 'hat i, be'' recor,-
meacded !o the Hose 'o pne'- a u. n of money at
the dipo:sa:.l of !i-s E'.ckrner be s 'ZIovenora to
p-ov id, lobr '4h< .iaing a' h t.,rr,.or cy s3.'ri.'es f a
cc:mpeteut. rsrson c.:* -1 S-. ;.' e av. ;h\s of the
Colonial ti>rveyor until the ,acn:c0 'a that Olice
can be filled--which was car.:d t',
The House resumed sad aidopsted tbhe Resolution.
The .At.tornae G( eral irir-cdu::c(. a R:-solve pro-
viding for the nemnpoirry supirviic.Li and manae.e-
en.i.t of t'" Puibli,: works-'LIc. '.*..wa read a fiist
Mr. W'ilkains-oi gave notice th.bat on the 3rd read-
inF of the I- '.?o'. !or printing Ancient Jsurnais he
W;.t m.,v.: the Wot.i that" ini the 2!est
tliae i the tinv.ia, copy, the words ir. William
Hni Darret' be inserted.
1Ir. Oaducey rave notice ithat on :he :rd reader;
of tha Clock To'wer Pesolvre he wi[! atove to inoesrt

after the word 0 ,.pprov ," in the 12th line, the
wo;-rdl the same to be firt ,ubmitteu to and
adolt.ed by Lhe Lgislature. -
Adjourned to Wcdneiday next.
Wesleyan Trusts ELi!.
'Publf WVoriia Supel vision Res lie.
Public Liirds Bill,

.No'. 23-- ilail, E- I::)udi.. F:-ircloth, Nr-

ork; J .. copper,

-. .i .. . ; _

Nov. 25--Miail Stianr itr 1,.'u:.siy:,c, l' :rielU, N.-w
lork ; 3 p,'us. fu,~,n'mue aud 'o er. k- copper,

E '- ,'t;i-:r .
.,' .iO- im. '.:hr. 11 n J J?.>i)li.,., H] tebCines,_
l'-i rov,,, oi t '(.. i l chir. J inn An SheIi'pl d, ,'o
V ..- C. i '-kn.1 .*. Co.
4-ii'. M.' te-imer t .a, Shaw, Halifax; Englih
na! of the i0ih inst., and micr.handise.-Agent,
J. M. Hawward.
cAr A rD.
Nov. 10.-Bript. Twili,,t, Cook, Trinidad; lumber
'ind fih.
:L-..r I. Warren Hopkins, Hntchiii N.isu.
-.2 -R Steamer Bet:, Shaw, .Jnar iic.; mail. &c.
In the St.mner Bermuda, on Tuesday la.4,
from N?'v Ycrk--H-on. G. 'I. T:_7.'rr and Miv4 Tuek-
,' Chas. C. Ke.e ne, E:,rlr \ .C'.P., :,nd M r,.. K.-e e.
". c'.arin eror, i' C;,r.s.e; on. ~ 't-? C'n .-r'i a
nurse, .Mr. Luckenback and child, Ile Altic.. Trim-
hrl m'l, Mi".E' E.. '. 1, 1il. M is G;.untl tt,:- Messrs.
Th'-. .Miles, II. lapier,J.-'ph iace, ,R H. Duerden,
J. W\iltalkernd T. C. Giifid, Mr. and Mrx. A. L.
Sp.~,lan d and )v w clhil0re.. 2nd Cabin-M ,.-A.
Oo:tanil. John V. Brown, A. Christenson, and one'
:) Steerage.
Irn the Royal Mai Ster-,i-r F', .roi I1 'lifax;-
;l.. Caldwe11 :,nd twino :ihdri:, ,i- L. -,, :lin ,
.r Tiiccr, th i: Is.:: Htrph-rmp ...- 2ni .i'.n,
.i. P. H rc'n r- r. :cL!l M.'. E'.4 n mingci-r, 5r, .
"-"h ii.t i, .! r.,. t .-dn.. aid t:,'o chilib .'en, R Til.:ih-rd-
in the' T. H. A. P;il fr. and Mis. T. H. Pitt and
n.rasENCE SAIrr.r
In the Mail .teCAflmer ier,,ar'ii m Friday last for
N'"v York :--\". nid Mr-. C. M. Coneorle and infant,
i;at(r Arti -r6100" '"n er-, Mi I .- a l Co- ver M. r.
-.- -At, li,.... Tinnon J. OUterbr id..-. u,,
.i., e-Nu(-' -21'0n c('O/. ii, mi -. C ", _r-'o
.lrV~ilJ, \ J. iJarti .l ,1 Dv.--De,!,, A:.oa.i. i Da
C",.:, ,_ i'.Ces 'lial, and six .e,.uen en Bla'k intine

Ih, the Royal Mail Steanmer .Dta, for Jamaica:-
Mr. Gilltrt, '.. Shaw, A iss Loui'-M Walkrr, Mrs
L Dickinson, WV. 0. Cooper.
The Barque Thor paqa(d, on November 10, in Lat.
25-57 Long. SS.'7, an Ai.,"arica r,"rqanc showing :ig.
nal "C. B. 11." ,'

H. M. Troop.Lip Crocrriale, Capt. Douality with
9`o 97th Reg'iment, inder command of C olonel
Brown on boaid, arrived on Sunday last at 3 p.Om.
Sha left Halifax a6 on.l o'-,lor-k ou T ihur.lay anud
Fau,_-hred at the Royal Na-al Yard on the dlay and
1hour above nmnn,?d. Thi J.. was ouly ,outi, 9 day?
Making the round voya,: hinre to Halifax and

The C. Ioarves early lhi:: nlorning for Gibraltar
.:J Ma!ta.
The Troor.hip Tamar sailed yesterday for Eng-
Aniong the passeng-eIs by the Creordile on Sun-
day was Capt. C. C-. Fnoe, appointed to H. M. S.
Tened1s and Gunner JcTffries. :.. N., for H. M. S.
Scorp 'on.
H. M. S. Flmningo was pnid off at the Royal
Naval Yard ou the -22'nd( iust., and recommi.sioned
on th- next day by Con.munder Counstance.
H, M. S Tes'edos is:i d;ily expectedd from Barba-

Thtee of t.hb crew rf the Bril'sb Prig,
-which was shipwrecked 3-)c. 26 rn Aluther, one of
the Ehbnmas. arrived in th;s rort yesterday, on the
fteamsh'p Caroadolet. C'.;pt. Oute-bri'ge and the
E-,ward of the Victor were drowned. The brig
,a c. 2')7 tous burden, and owned by Lewis Alex.
ander & Co., of Luncnlber., Nova Scotia. At the
time uf the rock she on her way home from
Anagura, with a cargo .:.f nalt for Boston. On Sat.
urday, Oct. 2:3, she encr entered a terrifle gale from
the northwaid and a F.remendous sea. The brig
leaked, the water gaining at the rate of an inch and
a half an hour, notwithstanding the crew worked
hard at '.he pa.nps. Thb pumps finally broke, an0?
the captain determined to beach (bhe vessel on the
iHand of AluIher. At the time the brig struck the
crew were click ~ing to the shrouds. First officer
Deadvy nd two men heloa to theo mainmast, which
bad none by the board, F.nd succeedeid in getting
afre to shore. The Caplai (Onteoriridge) and the
atewaed (Tinlethy Hurdi-) were drowned. Tha
surv;TrOis madJe their way :o a coeo.tnot plantation,
and thence to Nassau, New Providence, in trading
boats. A_ Nau-au they p"ocured passage to New
York. On appiicntion at the British Consulate they
were rent to the Sailor's Bome in Cheir-r-treet.-
.e.. York Times, Nov. 1.
[The Capt. Oite-rlir'idtc, whose death by dzowun.
nlg iB above alluded to, was a native of those IA -
lands, and has comrean.el a vessel sailing out of
Halisax for manyyears. TY'e rc..qel ,- corammanted,
ihe, being_ withdrawa from the trade, be was
iaduced by the owners cf he rc/to.' to come to Lu-
neoberg to take charge of that ves... He leaves,
bhadiFs a v.wifte and two or three children in Nova
Scotie, a father, mother, sisters, 4 brothers, and
other relatiren in Berrauda to lament their sad
loss. (aptain Oterbriilg was much respected b.
very many in .ho land of his adopi,-n.]

A kind friend. has aRtt--otivelvy ~cunt us from Gib.
raltar a copy of the Gibraltar Chioni.-le" of tai,
, _',. ultimo, ectlsuiin :,g ae nd auonnccin-ent of

th death -.f TIrs. Mhor Codiiugt:.u. As Mr.s
'udington re.-.ded ii th':'e ILlards for a few year:
this iaunouneent of her early deoni.e will be re.
eivedl with iuc-ere regret by the many acquaint.
ice"s nho made' during" her stay. We copy froinr
the "]Chroni,-le" the fc!!owing paragraph, which
f.ppesis. in it. editorial ci amns --
It ic our pinuful tas'.: o announce the death of
Ellen Brtiha. rhbo wife ,'O Major Arthur Codding.
Itru, ho.-al Eniuieecs, o :.ieh took pl',e ve..terdal
aft-riLO.n, nltir n illnus, of some :turration. That
on,' with s,- rri'uy fond :i i.'i lioulld bhae been cnlled
aijav in the if lit.- lba: cast a.sorrow over all
nud ui;er.<;i symp.ith.y i fel fL oi 'njor. Codliudn
toit in the i sad .) wL'c;L i.e h-1, s ~ sltiined.";

S ELLOW FEV-R.-Btf-veen the *2nd and 8,h iust
tLere had been 10) c.ase- of yellow fever at KI-.), two of which terminated fatally. The Epis.
copal clergyman, named Gilbert, wvva one of thl
victims. The other death was a caso called "per
ni. ious fever." There were some cases al'o occur
ring outside the city linit.-..

The- New York Observ,.r, one of the oldest rel!igi-
giouB papers published in the Uni.-ed States, comn
menti as follows ca tbe Prepident elect :-
"The President elect,-T!, James A. Gartield, haF
been so ong he'ore I he .)ecpie that his manner o
life aid hi? ear'iv hirs.,n ar- fale i!i it-. A. nativco
(hiC: ta;a~1 Iin h l, iit r ffrui- .,oi uo t 7 ; e:-,-
1I. L ,t >.r :,', 's ; V .1 ,", .
b e '. .: -. ,:'3') i ; .

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S. ": ': *,. -, -' r.i a: .

4' ; .'L. f S16 :' .
we rej aird hi'a :s a ( i hristian geti iman and scbo.
lur, a.: well & a3n staesmnan who wil: administer the
Government conscientiously in the lear of God."

O ur ln' -: .-l.-t '.;.,' (.1. : t:' .1m(,ioi'.|-1'n1eelnt
of tile death of uPiiLr NF .,-. E1..., C'oloniai Su-
"'(,yer, "-tho wa.s thrown frtni ]!is .rriag'.:- on the
afterncio' of Tut-day, 111th inst. On the afternoon
in question Mr. Ne.;:s left his home for the purpose
of trying a Lorse he had lately purcelia.d. Just on
tho eve of starting the horse plauged violently and
broke the shafts of the a'rria.;-.%--it the animal
immediately afterwards applheafriu psrfec-tly quiet,
Mr. Nes had it harnessed to a ftes.h carriage. Just
as he had taken Lii, and before the servant, had
ljor(d I hold of the antrial'' bridle, it again be-
.-ni plung'i-,:, and started, dra.rtiiug the attendant
1.o,"ily along. The fr-vwhe'lIs of the carriage came
in conutiet wiwh the pilTl:r of : ;-te ic':in to '1t,.
H. A. 5rnits!;'s rc .i,-Tr .. N-:.i L'. Ness was thrown
v-ientlv into !h- s;-'C .r' he Iay :-r:tl- un.
conscious. ,Ie.l -i assistance was nrornti v sum-
moned--aud Dr. ar]-: B. Tuieu soon in attendance
----who pronounKed M r. i:--:.' mijuries to be't very
slight. FrI ..4,1r ,lay 1 th ,l,.-e:. sL eutl.:marn ap-
pe 1ed4. ? e lie pro-'ro sresi;v" :.v-riiv., s, mch so as to
.ail.,y the fear.: ot L. i.mry t.r i,, s-i:ety. On' T'uc.
da-y night last however ?: .A :it not secm o well, and
carl- on'-s,`l.: ncornin-g <1i.? D.-c.-tor was hur-
Hi'-:y sumninmonol.i O'j so. .*_ ^. Nes- condition
,:- im n .;:-, .c: d! d in th.: ia, .-tr. :- of Drs. Rees
:nd Hiut,:.b. It w.': thor di.r'--r.rfd that one cfIthe
bones o? the fce w~, s feat.'ureri.d EWv.i tinr' tl:rat.
cordd be done was done teo dc.r:: tch f ':o
foli destroyer, but. Mr. Ns-. gradually sakuk.
quietly breathed Li.Jn t.on Fridlavy g'ht. C' mi-,,
at half past;, o'lo'lk.
The .ervrolved nflniiv oi the deceased have the
.vrapntL vr of cverymnc in ir1, terrible affliction.
i.,,-y wc ',e -in Iy th, t:,detI- ti"'- of
h.-bL::'nd anil fuathr ; bur th lir b.-, i'... l ar l
I!,me-li has been .-,1ll wr.-!-td iby this mn.,-t
dreadful oc--.ur'nce? ir. .Nis- was an honoured
im~,:helZ Sf th:- :;esyte-'i ('hi ce:-aI the .atcem
in which he w. u!ir.e,-rsalIy i.., il,-'.th in h is pub-
lic and ptivat'? c.apr.n-itv, wa- evinced by the larie.
concoiirhe who rEi, to follow his eiains to ti0-ir
final resting place the Pre>sbyteriai Comet-ery of
Warwick. His Excer-lency 3Major-General Sir R.
M. Lafitn, ard hi.- Private Soe-retary, Lt. Carpen-
ter, A.DIC., Col. Go-rdon, C.R.E and other mnem-
bers of 'he Legri-lativ? Council and Assembly wen,
present. Ti,o i ni-ral o..i,.qu e. were performi-u. by
-lie Pe:-. W. Thnrbu:-n r n. Rev. ,T. Walce.-
(Co .)

Mr. P. Nes wa recommended to our former
Governor John H. Lcfroy by our present Gnov.
ernor, who.i? jdic-iou- m-,eectinu from thi, Royal En-
gincers has b.Ce- fnlhy :-vid ncerd by the ability with
which the dc.o, z.rd earnie3l out iio v-ried and rne-r-
0oi:: dtiite.s perfini'i t-i2' to tihe ot i, ve.or f'or th!tHen arid a hilf years. The publlic
ha':- lo.t ini Mr. P, Netss fa'it1)d., .scblr and indta.:-
trious servant, w-ho strove in steady even tenor to
dischlare ite (duti.; I of i offit: ',, and whose bear-
iug' to all eliias. wae of the most unifinm and
courteous nature. Mr. Neis had made himself
thoroughly conversant with the public works of
these Islands and was able tn afford the Board of
Public Works and the Legislature every informa-
tion. .Mr. Ness wa i fat better qualified to di,:-
charg'e the duties requil-ed of hirm. t'-u if had been
a. polished Architect or finished Eu-LIar. -ud we
confess ro tle diffi-ulty of sec,-,ing a succtessur to
sueeessf fully grapple with the work which devolv i1
on him. We trust, however, that the Governor mey
be enabled to make as wise a selection as he previ-
ously did, so that our public workti, under the lib-
oral provisions rmae ? by the L,. ,islat.nro, may be
carried out eir-- i-ntl'y, and econorai'ally., krepia.
rdivavs in view durability. Had the .Le.i:isla-.r,'e
1 provided Mr. Ness with an Aeistant we might now
have had the benefit of hiL experieuce and felt. less
:Aharply tie .sudden removal of Mr. Ness,, with whom
our own iutercourso has always b,?en pleasant.

On 16th November the late Mr. Philip Ness met
with what appeared at first to be a slight carriage
accident, having received some slight wounds in
tho face and bruises on the armns, which were near-
ly all healed by Tuesday, 23rd. At midni-ht of
that date Mrs. Ness found. that her husband had
great difficulty in swallowing, with severe pain
in the neck. She immediately sent for medical
advice, and to the painful surprise of the 3 physi.
cians, vwho rmet- in consultatiou shortly y after, it was
discovered that Mr. Ne.-'s was suffering from Teta.-
nus, and althou:'h all was done that human aid and
e:.:perience could, sug-est, the painful and fatal
symptoms rapidly incr.ea.'ed until a most. usefullife
wa.-' termiEn.t.d :in .-, 2,.'': th Nov'i'mbur, at 9 p.m.

With a vi.-wv, we believe, of p-roviding the Sun-
day School Teachers with meras to (lirv n'u th,'ir
work arnd giviunii th public a light pleaiiJg even.
r ing, a number of Ladies and l.euti,:men kindly vul-
uniteCered their .-.-rvie.-.. ;'n:'- an faiir ;nudieLic, on
Wedne.-day ia:4t in Ie--.h':zncm:' Hail cfjoyedtheo se-
lIetiou with v-hich tLey were ffav':'ured, As a
SvWhole >.rhaps the former roadFdg's wet iorc at-
' tractive. LL. Wood, R.E,, ri alone always worth
the admissionu ticker. He was not. quite so happy
Sin his IIiehcaelmas. Goose and recollections of his
1 ic, un l iv.'nv dlown iu the boTs ef Eatt Lincoln-
S:lrire as in the Orieutalism of Alasldin and iis
W-,.--d.ful. The Clhicf ..sti,:e re.,lng '.u dv,' forth
apl)laue, the reactiDgs of the"? T''rtoi' r T Mr Ran
- .3'll we:e well! r'.udor,.(, .,*'_ the .?ecC.n,."li .i..y ufn-
Sdtr the dire-.tion o:f [r. Bo uct'.cher vn -(; loadd' en-
f cored. Mliss WTard a.l. T-rr. F. D. Wa':'d played, a
* du.t vith ,fio,.t. iMrs:. i,'enun(:y a:'-d Mr. Moore
s were quite nce.piable aiddition.- to the usual

* strength, while Mr:i1. Bare, Mrs Eavdall and other
tried favouiites w,?oe Eh.-0tily rcceivr-d.

Mr. J. Henry Jackson is getting Iup steam in his
now Steam Naw Mill under his old and
f will soon be in active working order. Hamilton
will b. provided with two ,'t,.am Saw Miils,
Svi .,Mr. V.lli, ani.- Mr. Jacks6o, 3o that. tlho luL-
t lic should now have every oppoituuity of being
1 well .-? ved.

'. We understand that the Lord Bishop of
Newtoundland anud Bermuda ha ? appointed the-
Rev. Railph Oweu Yeartiey, M.A., (Trinity College
C:inbridge'), Rector- of Sutton Buwaniugtou, in the
Diocese of L;ucoln, to be Minister of Trinity
Church. Hanriltou. Mrr, Year.ley has been advis.-
ed to scak a change of climate on account of his
e wife's Lealth, and that Bermuda will afford the de.
" sired olEccL. It is owing to this circum.ntance thai
- the series of such a gentleman aa Mr. Yearsley
have been secured.

- November 12.-This morning an explosion of gas
- occurred on the oouth cide of the Ford Pit at Stel.
larton. The explo-ion was -o terrible as to sweep
s quite across to the other side of the pit, killing 47
I men nnd 29 horses. The accident was probablI
f caused d by smei m um'er firing a Ahot in a f,,rbidder
. part of t;.o workings. O tfhe men killed 33 w.-er
i-ta 'i..; .-.tu .wL.b i ara e t:isujie.:.
-t, -" G. :. e A.y u t i t
o- 7 ,( ." .. ." .... ,'. ;.) le 'I.l? ." ir,- ..,i -ns -
i' hoi. aetnoi -h 0a, !.-)) I -ha 'i .g tJre aiL-,;
i_. ,ivi 1 f : o ,i .'. ,, ,:, ,i ', t.
, l i:' r ,, .s '",,, r .: .", :,; : .; ..-, ,'
S ai:.ili b,.Ii .kedi bo,_dnes ,si blednbg ? ii ei. %ere ly-
ing about, hiding in alleys aud dark corners tort some
time." There were about 600 patients in the

The Royal Mail Steamer Ecta, Cnptain Shav9
rif,),1 ualifax, with the English Mail of the 10th
instant arrived at St. Georges on Thursday last,
iaftr a beautiful run.
Captain Shaw with his usual kindness sent us
files of Halifax papers of the 22nd instant.
The Mail Steamer Berm2rda, Captain Faircloth,
from New York, which place she left on the morn-
ing of the 19th instant, arrived at this port ewily
on the 22nd instant. The B. bad most disagree-
abl.- weather on the pisage.
We are irdebt,:d to Mr. Purser Dupont and
othr friends for dies of New York papers ol the
,'.ay of her leaving,

We,have been most kindly favoured with TTali-
fax :pecrs of the 25th inst., received by the Troop
--li) C'rocodile," fhom which we glean the follow-
iij; inrirestinr;l intelligence:-
2:3..-A the weekly meeting of the Land League,
D)ir!Ait, aftpr recounting his issit to the United
S'trte:, stronsrly denounced the outrages in Ireland
during. hbis absence, which he said were calculated
to injure Ihe interests of the league.
Queen Victoria has sent a massive writing table
as a present to President Hayes. It is made of the her of the Resolute oi Sir John Franklin's expe-
di oni.
'.enar.:.i Garfield and Mr.?. Garfield arrived at
'W:"i:'ia'tn, on th eprening of the 23rd inMt. At
tlie GOenerl'. speelC l request there was no 'lemon-
ei- n n Vie" ccr-.isicn.
The1.19oh l',iJr:ent hence at Halifax larded on
the *?.3rd init., in doubtlcse very disagreeably cold
MONTREAL, Nov. 22.-Cold throughout Canada
inprccdent ly cold for the season of the year-good
sleighing-thermometer at noon from 12 to 14 be-
low freezing point.
Five persons have died and thirty others were
dangerously injured by their partaking of a wed.
dirg- cake at Colonel Dail, near Kingston, Roane
County, in which arsenic had been used by mistake
for soda.
The Enmperor of Germany and Bismark were re-
port.e.1 seriously ill on the 19th.
The Chanuel fleet arrived at Queenstown, Ire-
hknd, at noon on the 13th instant.
It is stated that th.e despateh of the Channel flet
to rreland ia in the ordinary course, and not connect-
ed with politics.
?.IMANCBESTER, N. H., Nov. 23.-An Irish Land
Lerague is b-ing formed here.
NEW YORK, Nov. 2:3.-A cable special says the
English Cabinet is to be extended to admit Lord
Derby. Large quantities of arms are stated to ar-
rive in Dublin daily, and are sent to all parts of
Ireland. The Irish Executive intends to station a
military force permanently at Clarelorris, and also
to increase the garrison at Castlebar so that it will
le es97 to eend troops from these two centres to any
pacti oi the West of Ireland-
LONDON, Nov. 24.-Lavcock has written to the
.Sportiman., aying he is willing to remain in London
another six weeks to row Hanlan for 200 a side
aad the chramnpionsbip.
Ross, Trickett and Laycock practised yesterday,
I;- t--o former for theii' rnm:ch. Ross is rather
n; r'l ad r 'mi'-ins o, I'-4s of power in his limbs.
1}osmer has challenged Nicholson or El iott to
a nma.-,h on the Thames course for 100 a side, to
bae rowed within a month from the time of signing
ai ticles. Elliott to concede Hosmer 5 seconds
DUBLIN, Nov. 24.-At a meeting of the Land
League yesterday Davitt said he believed that if
the Habeas Corpus Act was suspended a representa-
tive convention would meet in America and Irish.
men would doubtless hear of the result.
Mr. Egan said the expenses for the defence of
the traversers would probably amount to 10,000.
Mr. Bradlaugh has subscribed a guinea to the
fund for the defence.
LoNDON, Nor. 24.-A correspondent of the Daily
ew- at Berlin says that the German press strongly
condemn the British Government for its policy of
tolerance toward Ireland,
DUBLIN, Nov. 24.-The tenantry on the estate of
Sir J. Barnbury met the agent at Tipperary yester-
day. Their spokesman said the tenants came de.
ternmiied to pay according to Griffith's valuation.
The a,-ent replied that he was not in a position
to ,eceivro ihat. "Neither are we in a position to
violate h~.e pledges we took as members of the Land
L'.o'e." The lernants 30 in number withdrew
without paying any rent. This scene is enacted in
ueaily every estate in the West and South, and is
ruining hundreds of small property owners.
LO_,DON, Nov. 24.-Chief Secretary Forstcr states
that the Government may, in anticipation of Par-
lianmentry action that would authorize such a step,
suspend the writ of' Habeas Corpus,' and imprison
all t.he leading Leaguers.
Thirty nine new branches of the Land League
were organized last week in different parts of Ire-

Co,..:, Nov. 24.-Fourteen men .'"ere arrested
he.e .his morning for participating in the Fenian
Sprocer'siou, from which eholts were fired. The po.
lic .n ate that the shots were directed toward them.

Parliament is to meet on 6th January.

PARIS, Nov. 21.-The city is full of conflicting
rumors concerning the story of the attack on the
Czar, and it is believed in quarters where the inside
facts about Russian affairs are likely to be known,
That the whole truth has not yet been made public,
and that the truth is infinitely worse than has been
given out. Many insist that the Government is in
f possession of information that the Czar's has been
killed outright, but this version of the affair is not
Credited by cooler heads. It is however agreed
3 that the attempt upon the Czar's life was
made at Livadia, his country seat, where be had
retired, and where he has been living of late with
Shi new wife, Countess Dalgorouki. It is well
known that he left St Petersburg less on account
t of his health than to escape the dissensions and
unpleasantness his marriage caused among the mem-
bers of the Imperial family. The Czaiwitch, who
has been especially bitter and outspoken in oppositi-
on to the Czar's new matrimonial alliance, is declared
to have given a quasi consent to the moveinent to
make matters so disagreeable for the Czar as to
- drive him into abdication, and it is said that many
prominent members of the Russian nobility, who
regard the marriage as an outrage as well as a mis-
' take, are cognizant of such a movement. How
much truth there is in this it is not possible to say,
but circumstance that are well known to have
t- ~ Jii.- St. Pt-e:A-b'ur-.' with' a tfw weeks
. pa-. r.linr to its probability. The -Gzar's demand
. ':.- ,--E- vi ('.,s- A I, ,- b -'hile ren rr. by the C<.ountess
".~'; 1'...' .li.; i, ,, o C fln i n (., !i', k.9h4 action. stirred
S ;, ..,.o '-,- ',- 3 i the Im peis l ta family and
. ni<:Li.a ti iitan tha. t it i5a nooked upon as more
"LI. c;,.b.- :rd s A .i 'al a ii ar,,rc 'd vith Russian
tradtilis, that the event ot to-day was inspired at
the Palace itself, although it will undoubtedly be
asserted that the action originated with the Nihilists
and was executed by their emissaries. The very


fact that there seempr a daiposition to suppress the
details is believed t) indicate the operation of a
controlling influence higher tban could be exercied
by a band of friendless assassins, but tIho whole
truth can't be long d(-tained.

:To the Edito.' of the Royal Gazette.
DEA, SmR,-As the article which appeared iu
your issue of the 27rd instant, over the signature
" T. M. T,," was one calcnlated to cast iujurious
aspersions on some private individual, and I hap-
pen to kaow that each and every assertion con-
tained therein is a sad departure from truth ; aud
justice to the party i believe alluded to, as having
defrauded an old lad v of a small amount of money,
alleged tc be some 20 or .25." I trust you will
allow me a small saaice in your widely cirelntred
paper for the purpo ...i vin'lii.ating" Iat! iudividhual
from sucl. a.persion.;. which the public (iguornnt as
they naturally must. be of te i'.'ts of tho ca:ie) at-
tach to it. Instead of the anonuit being what
I' T. M. T." represent,' it, it vas considerably re-
duced before deposited with the per-:on (I have lit-
t!, doubt) le aIllud, e t', .3i the acknowledl'rment
even at the time will i-bow, aud which, I believe.
is still in existence, and in the hauds of some of
her relatives. As "T. M. T." has not (probably
purposely) g iveu anuy explanation'ns to how the old
lady in question has beon provided for 01or the last.
seven years, I can only say that any person desir-
oua of being informed on the subject may have
such information on application to
November 30th, 1.SS0.

PRESENTATION 0OF Nrw COLORs.-Just before thi
97th Reg'ment embarked at. Halifax on board the
Troopship, Crocodile, they were presented withb a
ne-w set cf color.. The Rfe-Liat, under 'he com-
mand of Colonel Browne. was paraded on the com.
mon for the purpose, and being formed into an ob-
longEquare, Lieut.-Genernl Sir Paurick L. Mac.
dougall, Lady Macloagall, and a brilliant staff,
rode into the square. Major St'afford aid t1e SQ-
nior Lieutenant took charge of the Queen's Color,
and Major Tweedie and the Junior Lieutenant of
the Regimental Flag. and uncased them.
The C(lors, after being consecrated by Bishop
Binney, were handed by Major Safford to Lady
MacDougall, who ia ,ura paused them to the Senior
Lieutenant, that gernleman sinLing upon his right
knee to receive it. In the samre way the Regimen-
tal Color passed through the hands of Major Twee-
die and Lady MacDougall to those of the 'Junior
Lioulenant, who briflly addressed the Regiment,
in a very coiplimentriry manner, to which Colonel
Browne replied. Thr, old colored will eventually be
placed in Wincbester, England, Cathedral, under-
reaLh the Regimeut'r old colors. The 97th Regi-
ment was organized in the City of Winchester in
1824 by the hen Dluke of York who was also Eral
of Ulster.

By the kind permiF.sion of Colonel Welman, C.B.,
and Officers of 99th (D. of E.) Regt., the Band will
play the following Programme in Victoria Park
this (Tuesday) afternoon, from 3 to 5 p.m. (wea.
their permitting).
1. Grand March "Triumphal" Robinson.
2. Overture "Light Cavalry" Supp&-
3. Salection "Th: siege of Rochelle" Balfe.
4. Valse Pluie D'Or" Waldteufel.
6. Selection MLaFi T ambour Offenbach.
6. Galop The Hermits Bells" Mailard.

General Roberts the Victor of Afghanistan, is to
have a private interview with the Queen, and a
public dinner in London.

To CoRRESPONDENT.-" Bermudian" in our next.

BIRTH, at St. Georges on Wednesday, 24th inst.,
the WIFE of T. W. Foster, of a SON.

DIED, at his late residence, Roseville, Warwick,
on Friday last, 26th instant, after a brief illness,
PHILIP NEss, EsQR., Colonial Surveyor, a native of
Fifeshire, Scotland, aged 60 ) years ; leaving a widow,
seven children and one grandchild, to mnourn the loss
of a kind and most beloved ltisband and father.-
[English, Scottish, Ne,, Zealand and Manitoba papers
please copt,].
........., on the 17th instant, ELLcEN BERTHA, wife of
Major Coddington, Royal Engineer-s, in the 29th year
of her age.- Gibraltar Chronicle, Oct. 1.'.
........., yesterday of Diphtheria, IHELEN MACDON-
ALD, youngest (laughter of the late James B. Oxlev.
in the 14th year of her age.-Ilalifax N. S., Morning
IHerald, November 20.
........., in Pembroke Parish on the 23rd of No-
vember, 18.,0, MRS. SUSAN TAPPEN, aged 84 years,
leaving two daughters, four grand and three great
grand children and a number 61 other relatives and
friendss to mourn their loss.
......... Nov. 2, at 8 Priory Terrace, Colchester,
England, Mn. WILLIAM E. BENNETT, Surveyor, Royal
Engineer Department, aged 0O years.



The e Undersigned has just received
ex lRrigt. i'itt" a choice Cargo of

Seed Potatoes
Selected expressly for Bermuda Market and
would advise parties to call and examine stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
TH()S. H. PI I"T.
Hamilton, 29th November, 18i0.*--3

ALL kinds Cann'-J GOODS, also, liams, Ba-
con, Shoulders, and a general Suipp!y of
Excellent GROCERIES Cheap fur Cash at
Parliament Street, next Melbourne House.
Hamilton, Nov. 30th, 1880.-4 pd

Direct Line of Steamers
from England.

The S. S.

Cal tarin BEEDLE,
Will be due here from Lont.on

About st Proxi .
A n) infoi)rr.hal'oi de ieidi ei-sp-cti!: i -eihit
or e'ls,.i.o can b -e itairedi fro I! a! Un. Lr: i ::.'d.
AgenL:s for said tearner.
Hamilton, Nov. '22th, 1880.


To-morrow, Wednesday,
The 1st December, At 12 o'clock M.,
5 N 10 Barrel: S. F. FLOUR
5 Parrels MACKEREL
5 Half Barrels MACKEREL
5 Half Barrels HERRINGS
10 Drums Halifax CODFISH
5 Half Boxes Family CODFISH
10 Tubs New York BUTTER
100 Barrels Garnet. POTATOES
50 Barrels Jackson WHITES
200 Bushels Black OATS
:30 Bottles Red Onion SEED
10 Half Boxes Black TOBACCO 14's
10 Boxes Family SOAP
10,000 LATHS
1 Patent Knife CLEANER
Men's Tweed SUITS and PANT
And a Lot of other Goods that will appear
at the Sale.
Hamilton, Nov. 30, 1PSO.
For Benefit of Owv'rs, Underwri-
er's 0nd fill Co.-ernled.-


On Thursday next,
2nd December, At Noon,

other apui tenances of the American
Which Vessel put into this Port in distress on
a. Voyage from Eoston to Caycnne and
abandoned on Estimate and Survey.
St. George's, Bermuda., )
Novr. 29th, IS0.
Colonist" copy.
Plaftser. b and fWSSters take
IF you require FISH GCU NO, you T0honld
lose no time in Securini some of the 3B- it-
lSUD \ BRANDI)-Prepared by M11PES.
November 27th, 1880.-.4
U fWaitjor the Return of the
Ae-w York Steamer
Before you Uny your
Christmas GPFTS and your
3New Year's PIS.B2NTS,
As I will bring with mue a well Selected As-
sortment of WATCHES and JEWE\.LLERY
which I intend to Sell very Cheap for Cash.
Practical Watch Maker,
Opposite the Post Office.
Hamilton, Nov. 25, 1880.

For Sale,

And Paaicel of Land
In Pembroke Parish,
Measuring on the North and South ninerv-one
feet, and on the East and West 100 feet, or there.
about, bounded on the North by land in the oc-
cupation of Hannah Jones, on Lhe South by land
now or late of Jones Wesley Place, on the East
by land late of the Honorable Joseph Wood, and
on the West by land now or late of Charles Ad-
Hamilton, 27t1h Nov., 1R880.-1 pd

SMgary ,aJenivRaing ilushemr,
ALL Persons having Lawful CLA IS against
the Estate of the late MAlRY JENNINGS
LUSH ER, of the Parish of St. George, Spinster,
are hereby required to reuder their AC-
COUNTS, to the Undersigned on or before
the 18th day of December, 18S0; and all Per-
sons INDEBTED to the said Estate are requir-
el to pay the AMOUNTS owing by them on
or before that day to
Adain slralrix.
Park House, St. George's,
27th Nov., 1880.-2 pd .

N otice.

For Halifax, N.S.,
To Return Direct.


ST. H. A. Pitt,"
You No, ..i1ster,
, W L 1L S." 1 iF r''" i 'I"t I ,. ic i)%7,1' Pii:; HT

On Thiursday next
P.I ixib.i. '2
F'cr Freir Ilh ai.d i'ast-ge apply to
I Rainilon, Nov. 29, 1660.*-1


- Ci-OILR are tIiuestd to attend FULL
To-morrow, Wednesd(ay,1
Hanmilton, Nov. 30th, iS30.

Hj l. J1 IJ .00 A

M r *
S %Sba

Wil I A i
Will Deliver

On Thursday next,
2n'1..l December.

Tlie SecondCl of his Series of Lecturess
On elementaryy 1hmistry,
Embracing the Prop-rties of the Nitrou,- anil
Nitric Oxide Grses ; the Atmosphere and
Anuonia. to b,': Illistrati l.y iun urous Ex.-
Mr. S. A. Smith, Surgeon Dentist, has kindly
c..nsente-i to administer tfle Nitrous Oxi.le to
those killing t:' try it- l:f'ing' ,fYect-, .
Doors open at. 7'20 to conmen : t
Admissiomn-Re-served Sc.t: 2' Gallery 1,.
Tickets to be had (c II. A. Grantham, E1sqr,.
Front Street. a.nd at tt 1 -' "RovAl f;izett.':
Stationery Store, whi-'e a Ploi of tli, Hall
may be seen.
Hamilton, Nov..30th, 1880.


THE Unudersiged h.i. 'nr_ l.rtely re:ei'ed of-
ders to ptur.:-'ha. c 'iLC Il CO\WS r.nmd
Preat ditic lltv and much lo3.; of time in d,',oin so.
We have, decided to nm:-ke a specialty o' thR
Sale and Purcihnae i of Co'rOi on colmil'tioa1,,
Any person wis-i; to sell a Cow will pleas.
com;nmnicate with us, givngr a description ri'
the Cow, howv many c:'.'es had, what quainity
of milk give p;r day, &c., tih, price wanted
and where she can be seen. Persons wishing to
purchase can, by calling at *-ur Olti-e, 25 Front
Street, have a Ireliible deie,-iption of Cows for
Sale, and the price of each; :and am we have spa-
cious enclosed Lots a Ijoining our Stores, Cows
will be quite safe and atten,'ed to should they
have to stay in Town over i.ght. wihen sent for
All Sales will be f.o): Cash on Delivery.
I amilton, Novemtrwr 30, 1830.--1
Thios. WT KeIl,'

Water Street. .t, George's,
Has Opened a Large Assortment of

Consisting of:-
1 MEN'S Rendy-made CLOTHING
M7 Black and Tweed SUITS
IAT4: and CAPS
'Volen and Cotton SHIRTSI
A Fine Stock of Black and ancyv
Meerchauni and Iriar P|IP-ES
Pocket KNIVE-', 'Table CUT'',El' Y
Electro Plated WARE J-WE\V. LLEI Y, &e.
The ahove having biern :-rsonnlly .-'eiectcd
hy the Undersigned in London under favourable
Circumstances '"ill be Sold 'heap for C.ah.
St. George's, 30th Nov., 1,80.-4

Lovers of .. INmerican live
Served on the Ha'f Sholl, served with M;lk or
Fried in very style. Also s, Id 1by the Dozen
or Thousand.
I lot Coffee nnd Cako always on hand.
lee Creams all the- year round. Or.'ers for
5 gallons and upwt;irds 225 per cent discount.
Ice Cream Parlour,
Corner of :-ast lBroadway & Victoria
Street, Hamilton,
November 29, 1S80.--4

Colonist" please copy 4 times.

Exactly like sample to bt, seen at my Storc.
Queen Street, I.iunilton, Nov. 30, 1880.--1

F you can't he supplied from your Grocer
with excellent Table I ntter and pure Cof-
fees anid Tea, call at 1.ECHT', hli has got.
Parliament S., next Melhournle I house, )
Hamilton, Nov. 30th, I80.- pd

For Sale,
1 N The Yacht

n^_ A s p re v 9
L Ietigi,,ng Vo Vie ,' ib, arand bet.o.-r k u!owli
as '" CutJe.'s" 1,,f. r'iat,

Ptli 'h:ms. i' m ay I ve ;'i.s l ,') .IS ". i i.; ': 1n
EnioieV N e ta I
B. W. WALKER & C(O.,
A ictioneors.
Hamilton, Nov. 30th, 1880.-1I


PURSUANT to LI WRIT issued 1)y Iis Ex-
27th Noveunub.r 18SS, THE FREEHOLD-
ERS OF PAGET PARISIT, are required to
mllr:.-t at tlhw
School Hou3o. SAt. au l's Church,

Thc .ith D.-c.-'mber, l':sn, iat 11 o'clok in theo
Foi th: i.u trpos f o If N N O I N'; !,,,,, 1 t0
I1ENRY GILBET'3T HUNT, E.sjr., ,.ceased.l
Andl ..hoI .l Poll ,r ,lemandeild the said
Mee-ting will najourni to TUESDAY the 6th
Dc-e..mber, when the Polling will Commrence
at 11 -t.m.. and close at p. in., the same day.
30th November, 180.
P i
Paget Millinery.

3t S c b b IV iD n
Jl! the above Esiablishment, a nice


Merchandise from Eng-
land via New York.
Hifl Undor-igned- respecifuilv give notice
that the( Gulf IPorts Stenimers will here-
after, only, transport at 3' per ton weight, and
33 ptr ton nIeni,1erciMent. sueih Merchandise as
sliall be shipped at the Port of London on Stea-
mers of tho National Line for connexion with
lhe Bermuda Lie iunler trough Bills of
Ladin- ."
Ther nrteris .u'r fni,.ii. ,Iiwecn the Ports of
Liverpool atld New' York have lately been
uniformly iicreaedl.
Hamilton, 30t1i Nuv., 1830.-3
Crih,-.t" copy twice,


'V-Hii LINDIERN IGN EI' takes this method of
thauk his Cn.iomers and ithl.l Public gon-
eraly for the liberal patronage extended to hi
during the past six years; and to acquaint them
that he is still prepared to supply them wvlli the
?Ub-.j d 1-"rr i^,

Selection of -nCStl OULa vV atelr
S- l (i "Quoi- Siplhors 'artd i'1 G;illon Fountains,)

,i 't blo f. o it- ro.n ... .. ... .

DR ,ESSES, HITS', Christmas
PRESENTS, ,,8 ,c.
Novelibe 30lh, l0t h

R. H1. DUierde i
At the Warehouse lately occupied
by M.. Hk.ery Drrr'e I.

13 H. Duerden having received a
part of hie Ds riY (f'll)S from Eng-
laud vi.I New" ork. wil offer them for sale from
this day, TUE-gDAY, 30th November, 1880, at
extremely low rates., amorn which will be found
ADI!)R Fashionable J.ACKETS
Straw HATS Gents & Children's HATS
C.UFF- and COLLAR', &c.,
And many other Goods.i
Please to noliet (hat Mr. Dnerden has receiv-
cd only a very small oorctio of his Goods, the
bail ot thliare :, expected ;il the Steamer ilini-
'day- in a bout a week, of whichh due notice will
be given.
No trouble to shcw th!'( GoIods to every one
that villal t'avor him wirli a call.
November 29, 183O0.

The Greatest Vari-
ety of Ornaments for
Christmas Trees and
Christmas Tables. I
ges, Bird Cnges. Whistles, Firemen, Babies,
and the greatest variety of Goods (all of pure
Sugar) ever before oftered in these Islands. I
Bazaars, Fairs, &.c,, at reduced rates.
Grocers will do well to ca.! at my Establish-
ment as I wil supply .7Goods for the Cashl only,
for les3d hain riey CaI La be imliorted froi Elnglish
c.r A merican Markets.
Cak- Baker and Confectioner,
Corner of East Brondway and Victoria
liamilton, Nov 29, 1880.-4 t

Colr inst" pi ssc copy 4 times.

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On approved Mortgage Securities,
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United Sta s JMlail Steamners.

F7ffO R 1a1 8 O OLAP0

EAV1Yr T1^i~)3kY
NVAD \ sails Nov. 30, at 2-30 p.m.
ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday Dec. 7, at 9-30 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Dec. 14, at 2-30
ARIZONA sails Tuesday Dec. 21, at 8-30 a.m.
WYO(MING sails Tuesday Dec. 28, at 2-30 p.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Oficers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. TheSaloon Accommodationsare un-
surpassed by amiy Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on m-in deck opening into the
Saloov, thine seeing that great comfort in
ocean travel, pe.rfeicl wenitlation and light.
S iokinig loti;, iat, Roomu and Pi'ano on
oaei .itLoan.;r.

9 Broadway, New York.
SNew York, Nov. 18, 18,0.


.Ind Olhei derated Beverages,
In cases of 2 Dozea Bottles.
Bags Oats, Corn and Bran, Bls.
Applesn, and anss('tortment of Canned ME 1 i',
FRUIT and FISll.
Cor. :;ast Hroadway & Victoria St.
Hamilton, November 30, 1380.
"I have mi'ch pleasure in bearing testimony to
the excellent quality of ile Soda Water mado by
John Birritt, of llmilton'

Naval Hospital, Ireland Ishl
May '27th, iq7S.

J. W, REID, M.D,
Depy. Surgeon Genl.
and, I

"John BarritL, of Hamilton, has supplied me with
Aerated Watey&s from the 4th October, 187G, to the
present time, and I have been well satisfied with the
quality of the same.'
Depy. Surgeon Getieal.
Hamilton, Nov. 4th, 1878.
John Barritt, of 1-larilton, has supplied the Can-
teen -16th Regimnent, with Lemonade, Ginger Ale,
&e., &c., Fince their arriv'id in Bernuda and given
satisfaction in cvor) way."
WV. B. BROWN, CAPT. 46th Regt,,
Presildnt Canteen Committee.
Canteen Steward.
Prospect, 19th October, 1979.
MR. BaRarITT:-Sir-I can safely say that your
Soda Water is goo.l arid cheap, and that you always
supplied me wi:h great punctuality."
Surgeon Major.
St. George's, Nov. tllh, 1880.
MR. B.ARRITr :-Sir-It has afforded me great
pleasure in loconimending your Aerated Drinks, for
I consider them (after three years experience) of er-
cellent quality, moderate in price and always punc-
tual in delivery."
Naval Hospital, August 20, !879.
Special Teoms to Large Consumers.


The Undersigned,

Ex S. S. ",
J Prime

BERMUIDA" from New York,
Lot lmerican Garnet


And Immnediate'y expects a Choice Lot
From New Brunswick.
Terms Aecommodating.
, Hamilton, Nov. 29th, ISS0.-I

LAR.RABEE'S World-Renowned
In Tin-s and per lb., always Frosh at the Prin-
cipal Depot.
Parliament St., next Melbourne House.
Hamilton, Nov. W0th, 1880 -2m pd

FICE HAMILTON, 29th Novr., 1880.
Anna Beane, H Benedict, Barquo Broman, E
Burchell, Thomas Bean, Hnry Barnes, R Ellia,
Manoel de Fontez, William Forster, John Franei,
James Fubler, Wm Husbands, Samuel Holmes,
W B Jennings, Samuel Jones, Edward Joell, G B
& T W Jones, WilliAm Kaiser, Louis Lotimoro,
John Lloyd, Joseph Lops, Philip A Moore, James A
Moits, Regiiald Pearman, J de Pass & Co, Sarah
Swan,Bcrrj Smith, Laura Swan, Francisco doMSilva
SMaiy Tynes, R Thomp.:on, Wnm H Tucker, Scipio
I ucker, Georgo 0 'iThonipon, Rev. John Tuz,
a'ter Twm;, Fn,.... M \Vrietoie, MVrs
r. -rm h i,!i' ..iO r ., ; w !'.is i ,.Xt rl
,IIa; IN I? %x .1 lben

I N-'L 1fCli) :1,'Ti :: i, THE PIOS- OP
FICE, ST. G'EOiRE.S, Novr. -J9, 1880.
William Canton, Frank F Erany, Mrs Francis
1Minors, Joaquim L Mendes, Frederick Rehrd on
Mr Smith, (Pilot), Wm L Smith, James Talbot,
John Thomias Virgin.





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