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
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00050
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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BEMUDA COMMERCIAL AD E AL ADVE E AND ECODE


BE !U M 1) A (IOM1MiRCIAL AND GEN EA AL Al.) YE RTIS EBAND E.C(IJ)E 1


SIATZ SUPER Vtt&5 AN'TQUAS


2ls. per Ann


IHIamilon, Berimuida, Tirtesay, December 41, iSSO.


IBEiLUD~ I Ayes It. Nays S.
rlThte Resolve as amended was then passed.
Proceeedinigs of lthe Le-.1ilative Couucil. Ayes 14 -Me:-rs. N J D)arrell, R 1) Frawer, S B .
Giay, E HG Oslinh, A J Hodsdlon, WV S Masters,
Teuld.,/., 7/1! Decem.ber, 1 5 l.-P-'urstiaut to a.- T 1) Middletov, '1 \MV.1'rcer, A 31 Oudney, \W 11
journaineie, thle louse met. P,'niston, C PFeniston, J N Smith, T F J Tucker, T'
Present-His Honor Josiah ReO Chief Ju.ticp, J \Vadson.
President ; Nay; 5-Messis. F M Cooper, 11 J P Darrell, T
The Honor:ble A. J. Musson. N Dill, VW J Frith, S A Masteis.
Win. H.Gosling, The Dill for the furtherpirotStmionol Small Iird.,
Eugenius .ti-ivty, was oa, ld ad'2nd time and committed,
Jsephli Hlarvey, -Mr. S. A. Masters in tho Chair.
it Ji su-.,qi. ckher, Rec .Oent., "Mr. IDariell moved the 1st Clau-e.
G.S. Tucker, Mr. Frascr ruo ed that the words betweenn thel
R. E. Webster, Col. Secy. tirst day of Januatry in the 3ear one thousand eight
A Resolve for payi.n. the sum of .110 18/1 to Mr. hundred und eighty.one and the first day of Janu-
John H. J'cksonu, ib.-ig duly pai by him oilu ma- y in the yea ue thousand eight hundtIredl and
hinrv imlIed for pupses of a Steam Sw eigbhly-tour,'bestruckout.--which was afirmed.
Mill, as brought u frora the House of Assembly yes 12. Nayse .
Al wandbu read a ime.IThe 2i2nd Clause agreed to.
The Bill entitled b An Act to regulate the Tnruts Mr. Fraser moved a Clause as No. "I-which was
of the Weslevan Methodist Church in these Ii. gired Lu.
ads," vas rdthe ,eeond ti. -Mr. Flit;er moved a Clause a, No. 4--which was
lands,' was read the second timi. cr
The House went into Committee thereon. 'a t ouse. ume.
The ion. E. llarve- y in the '1ri 'I II"USfcsuied.
The on. EHarvey in the lO nse Ir t o- The Chairman reported the Bill as amended, and
The Hon. J. Tucker prPosed 1 to inset the -,- it was adopted and orleied to b, en-,ro.:eal.,
lowing additional Clau'e. between Clauses 2 and :3,
which wis agreed to: --- A 1tssage ficm the Legislative Council :-
3. All lands, heredlitarnment and real estate 'Mr. a'p.dr which have at any time he eotolore been lawfully ',:
conveyed, devised, lrauted, or assured in trust for I ami directed by the Leui.-,tive Couineil to re-
the pnrpos8s of tbI' We-l'y :n Mothodit C'hui ch or tuinto youi Honorable House the l ill t-ntitled *-An
Society in tIhse Ilan.ds, an.! which at the time of Act to ) regulate h 'l'ru-,T I.i> the ilea.y:ai Methlo-
the passing of this Act shAll b- in lhe actual pus- dist Chuich in thl ., Iiniiils," ainl to reiq'i -1. the
session of any person a. 3 Irustel'-s for the use cl concuri'euce l o your (ton!'ur.t,le House in iian
the saaid Church or Society, shall, notwithstanding amend meun which the Council ideemn eIxp'-lient to
any it'6gularLity in the mr.de of appointing or elect- be made thereto-a copy of \~hichl amendmeiint is
ting iucb persons, or any of theiii, as trustees, or delivered heitwith.
the defect or %%ant of proper deeds or assurnii- Council Chaniber, 7th Deer., 1880.
ces, for contijnuil hc tru:ls, or for or v-eling frcm e iuse havir consiDer. J the rono.d
time to time such lands, h.reditaments andl real es- en
late in tbo rew or ucc..,.ding ltiustes, or in the amendment, it was ,ed 't).
present or acting tI uslcrs, or per son acting as such, Uidered, ltha the anL1eniitinunL he accordingly
or any irregulaii iy or dlefect in a.ny such IIdedls or inade and ILo ;L', ill re:'iturned ou the Lvogi< native
assurances, be de-emed to b1 lawf ully vested in such Council witi tho lh oli,~ ing, Messag, :
present or acting' trustt,'',, ulI)pon the It usS and lur .-Mr. Pre.?idh.it aii ( nth i l men .f i te le.Iis.'ative Co ,n.
the purposes on or for whica such lands, hcr:'eita- cil ;
iuuit. and real estate were or giually cc.nveytd, We aie directed by tlj.' ljouseof Asemiblyu to re.
devised, gr.aniid or a-snured, air. -i c h present or tu, n to your lionoiaiblelI Hr,use the ill entitled
acting trustees shall b., der.mi1( seed of such lands, herliltar uls, and real e-iiate Methodist I hinch in ihese I.lil.," and to acquaint
in lil:e manner and tu I! -:tite sxt nt as[ iL such your Hontuiable -lou-e that ihe Ass.C;bly having
tru-Ste.'s had liheei duly anil reg(rla, ly lecteld a;id concuired in the amendinid .t ip .roi 'o.edt,y v \our I
appointed, and n it the trusts h: i boo.n lor l time Hl ouo able licu.1e to L, made thl-ieto, thi .sailute .as
to time duly and regularly continued, l y pIoper been nccodingly maie toI the said IfLil!.
deeds sutifficient in law to vest the said land, heie- The ill entitl, "The ensu. Act 1 ,i, s
ditaments and real estate in the new and succeed- 'he a ill e l l uThe a ensu Act 1sd1. k% s
ing trustees and in the present or acting tL ustees, Thed a thn tie ad isudBill t a
Ii Tsal, i uei rI1he Attoruev (ener' iiiltruil need a Pill to ain<;]d
and such lads, heredilatments and real .sat shall te lHamil:on Uol Act, 1b9;--wtIch was v .ad a
continue vtleld in such trusLtees and the ir suecs. t
sors In the trusts iluly elected or appointed as Lbo- ist Line.
dies corporate under tihe provisirins ,I' this Act and Adjooin ned to Friday next.
with the powers heri:inafter conlirind. --------- ----- -___-- --- -----
The Commilt erowe.
The House tesumed. -
The Chairman repoitod the Bill with the said 'J' Undersiglied has beet ill r
amendment. 0
The House adopted the l14 pul I, and it was or- strileted
deredt thAt the Bill be ictuined to the House ofl r' O SE L L ,
Assembly with a Mess;age requesting their concur-
rence in the said amendment-tlhesuiae to be de-l
liveied by the lion. J. Tucker. as fullows:- r V A L
Mr. Speaker and G,,nthi.eli of f/ths l.e q/ .-. A.temt- Tile FullowiUng, VizL :-
I aii directed ly the Laisl].ive Council to re- y-, 1 A B
turn to your Honoriable l-,use tlhe Bill entitled An
Act to regulite thri Tru. of tw \Veslevan; MIetho- I\ ,Excellout CoinditiM
dist Church in these Lland?," and to rcqu st the
concurrence of .yonr lot.oi nI,! llouse in an 1, QuiCt iu Ciiariage, Cart,or tinder Sadldlel
amendment which the Council dteem expedient to
be mae a theietlo--a cipy ofl hichi amendment is N $ ;
delivered herewith. S p o e t b-- i l
Council Chamber, 7th Decr., 1S0. ,SupplOsed to b)e in Calt'
Adjourned to Ftiday next. tlh- 10th instant, at 1 -ARRIA*E, (I1 wheels) itli LJtmups,
11-30, a.m. Pole, &e., Complete


BERMUDA.


abstractt of the Proceeedinlgs of /11e IHono'rable
House of Ax.-vienl/.
J'edeteday, Sth Deceibier, I188.1.-Mr. W. J. Frith
presented a Petitiion from .Mi. Elizabeth Ness,
widow ol the late Colonial Suirveyor, praying for
some pecuniary alloi ale. in c ois, rqencet oi the ,
sudden death of her late huisbairl, lot certain ro-
sons set forth.
Aubley John Hodsdion, Esqr., a Member elect for
the Parish of Paget, hbing in sluli laneO, tuok ti he
usual official oaths anit his s, at in the House.
The Bill in addition to the l.p ehension of 1)e-
serters' Act, Nwas (.ad a u2nd lime and coimmitLed.
Mr. W. S. Masters in t!.e Chair.
Mr. Wadson moved the 1st l lause--which was
affirmed, i.
Ayes 19-Messrs. Speaker, F 31 M .ioper, R J P
Darrell, N J Darrell, N I) Dill, i 1) Fra..r, \V j
Frith, A.J Frith, S B Gray, L il (,s living, A .1
Hodsdon, T \V Mercer, S A iiatI ,. I. 1 Middle-
ton, A M Oudney, C Penii-lon, i' F J Tucker, \V
H Wilkinson, T J \Wid-ain.
Nays 4-lMessrs. T A Onterbi i.lgc, S C Oiuter.
bridge, W 11 Penision, J N Smi.b.
The House reuinIaed.
The Chairman reported lihe Eill with amriend
ments, and it was adopted and ordeieLd t' be eu-
grossed.
Ordered, on motion of Mr. \V.J. Frith, that a
Committee be appointed to itnuiie- aind i)purt on
such Laws as have expired or amit abiut to expire,
and that it be an instruction to the t'ummitite that
such l.itport be laid upi).n tihe table at tihe lir.t
meeting of the next Sesiion, ailn that it, be a; lui-
ther instruction to the Committee tin iteprt the ori-
ginal and tirmending Acts by their titles ail datess
as well as the continuing Acts.
Ordered, that Mr. I 'ill, Mr. it.. P. 1la: r-ll and
Mr. -oupl.i do coml pof; tc s .iL 'id CoJintine'.
O:der-d on lhOtion G i- Mir. \\. J. l' ii i, llat it i'
an ii. i ui.ion 10 the t. l..".i ,. iri.i ltedi by [hi -
t lu le Io ;.udi, art ,ei.- tI upi;i h: IT.a .a i y l. .-
coui ls to lay t -ih r eH i t p I a tti ,l -'.- ool ilt:.-
;l-., use w iti-ia ten dai-3 i lb. i :I;. 'l-. l i h _-
; in-.
'The resolve for eIect'Iu3 a Cl-'i,.k, 'l'O.ner ivIws tL a 1
a ;3rd time.
M r. Outney Mioi'Ved :1 : ;.1au,1i l..t, *-l in ,. .iat-
ei' the wilrd approve"L thl w .i)il .. tii.' ti .I- t
list t, lla itted to and adopted by the I L gislatlui,:
--which wias affirmed.


I CARTI'(f'ul.' WhiCE-b) ia very 'excc'Icilt
amI~ld tsctl Alt ide
Afiair 1"ckduction w~ill be nimle~ to a Pun'.
Cl.~e';-S' of thle M\arc and Car-riage.
T. 1?I 0 B H,0IL, 'I'S.


2%alcy v -Clods VEancv Goods!
ni ai, Crl V. :i4n -i's andl hw'u',
japant~ ..h.V I'ii G(uOus, (Cabain.tis \%'(,I k Ioxt s,
( .ig'r(.at~ I.ba' ii litidlcrcii-lI'oxvs,
Vor I': III hu~ ,: lckIt IIl". k- L. elI-el, .If-w-lIlI(Caee~,


f'Notlce.

RP. R 11. DUE11-[)EN is expec'cting, to
A I 1.a H ivO in thei ,teamer -i'''Bermuai"i Ii
due hereL c-sterday', antd w~ill vp-.1imitita-
diate-ly on receipt, a Fie ijte Se'it.'i of E.-
I iii aiid A merican

L AI)IU>'1 J\.CK FI S U LSTIE R S
A SHUNILS TEAS
Also ;i Large, Assortmuent of
Laadies' i romI i to 30.


Gmt',Youtits", Twee'cd Soft
m" :u


aft ti


Hard


Also a great. Variety of I

SBoots & Shoes,


Notice,
The UnLdelrsignied is now !?cccvibq)g
ex BroI. IHar'ry Stcwarl,

II ~I is nil IS lipplY Of %,ellScaonl
()Nli-N ANIP



410,090 0 'j.N ONIBOXI.;
Itlouow I0112 [AT IIs
I 5U &JOICK.I ssor I c1d %I IlIi t e IPill v I %I B i:2
2.50A)Cuir S11IlN GLEI .
25,001) fla-id [JRI.-'K>S

Alid po- lftcut, A ivir'sl,
Barrels Garnet S3eed POTA '() ELS-
S,-laiii bY E l'.-l~ti ctceld Pliiieis It.- b..110 ewb-t


JOJLV F. 1B(.1'llIOJS.



1'resenis.
such as:
S- l.:l1 Plat...11 Ice PIT" II 1'RS
C.11 (2REl C l'I.Vl*Rs
C;, ke H. I l K F'8 Pickle J.1,l1"
Butter DISHES VA~'.Sl,S A-UPS

G .01;1, 'T-S N, k ig i! R I NtG

eve BUTTl'JON,; lIjIl).S
BlRO.NCHlE S h~lawvl PIN S

C all and ubtaiin Price.s before Buyinug Else-

N. 0.- \11 (; Ol)DS bonglit of ine En-ing~ve.d

HEN11Y A. JAMES
Ci~ni~i.1 Ui 1, -,:t alidhikl l.mecvi yLo.ue
II I~~l(~i, ir. 7111, ).:
M-r S j I -it r t 0 1

Profc--sor of Muwic awld Singlizg,~
II Uhf L0i1101,
(itive4- Il iile u so lt-is at LiI I v!; e ow Pupil,.
Nutsidencuc.

I-vciiiiig l'artie, atte1*le I a-i Piariiste ithor
li without uili.r Iii(.Hieits(-,des~irc'.d.
Ftu trm;~.iu~ &., appi 'v to
OA ND I Al.-.TEI- iBI ULI1'N, k WI,1111 Nit

D)cemiiberi-dill, I -St).-31n

10~ to Jhlild's -a.Li see the most'
X-~ cofplulic stc'ck of i[ 1 hi) WVARLE cver
ii, Uci nida, c-Ouisiting of hi TealJL'*a'-
Ice I'itcIheitWi" ~ u~p1~ Cake -Itivis-

[o;,I)iie,1 (>v Ii'l R ci"is. .SuIur l-iiJewell Ca. -l
TLljsiI ts, C tBieiscitL .P (JVt Ice'Ahi lls, P& t* I

&\ e. Now k [ihe time lu xe1'ct bvfurt: Cliriuinal.


Lovers oft 1him(rican i. nv
0)-S1 E RS
tl% i'll -n -liff ,iu !, erved t iz1! Milk or
Fl ieid in evoiy style. Also -' Id by tile Dozen
or 'ihiuis -1.1.
Ilu lo ollvec I-11111(Cake Zl wa. S Oil ,1iud.
It(tCemticainall Elie %ear round. Or~i-d.i for
5 -1-aIloii', aand pwards .25 p er eit dis'ulifiii.


Plantelrs iand Otheras take


IV Pm it ii 11re0 FISH1 CfJ.AANCO. ou %hIioullI
H-) 1111le ia >ciiriuig S "olllC of'hI leH W.
.11 ti A I?- r-Vpaliel 1)y IM I, P S


Thlebti(j((MODS xt.'te So-lcs't with '.reat ';L alXIme P'w i-a 011yoi i
cite ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ % W,-Di eu,'' n ~il xcelit -ot abl,.ileBiet~r anid 1po
~ AL' la.H. 1insd, f iidTea. CAI! :UL tUEGi 'jW'
-w'ill he Sulti to 'tuit Cv(4ryoiiaC this VWare- Wivn
Hamltn Nov.' Noavi.t m'~ anh, 185le io--4,p


has ~


i .l,(; ool Grocers keep A. E. \\ Hll LANI'S Vy U will lind a splendid stock of Guoiiui's
f. Celebrated SOAP.S. Solid Silver Ware at Clhild's.-4


L/lose TV. e17171

I Watcir Stri-et, St. Georgyes,

SHas Op.cnW,: a Large Assot'tmenr. of



I-IN'S 1tnaily-niade C( )ITP1 IING
m~ id Tw td SUIJI 'S~
( V E~ C( ).\I'S \'aleriru S, I'S0'*'-
HiATlS and (2AVIS
Wud I,' ;1nd ('otto;, SHIi'f.
1 L A .N N E T eS Qc l I of I 10k i S'i 11.'.i 1i Y

MorlcuCmnu~inand Briar VIV'ES
l'ocl-ct KNI VEf A 'I 'n b 1, CtU' I IEI f N

(:(NCI:WI,'INA.\ F['I!'PEN S
El'ectio Plated W~ARE JEIW E [EICY, &
I'ie hove ha inv btVenlie rsonali Ily Selected
b liVie Uioleisigneil in London 1utider taivozzable




I ~ L iiet -eii
At the Warehouse lately occupied
by ,' ,MIr. Ilem:y lDarrell.

11. H.luerden having received a
p.11t1ofilk DNY G01(1(.Hfi).-;fzoinEng-
I iivia Ncew' 'i k will off1,r tdiem ftr ba,~le fi,,1in
thiiA daiY, 'TUE I) Y, 8~tl N oveumbe:'. I SSU, att
extrLnmcly Iwwlte-1 all'' ihon.'2 Which %%ill be 10iii1d

UL'fSTE'ES 'Iriunime'fIIAl'S
Strawv II AlS GCi-us &, CiiiIldr'im's 11I VlS
1I A N I) K 1,; U C I II E PFS
CliF- u''Iiad (2() [IA lL6.', &
Anid iiwiy (11(1' 0 doo
PleASet1.0 no: ict.. lint Mlr'. LDertlen has recciv-
e il %iia v a~eryv sirill portion of hi!, Good~z, il,
huill, ot ti d i~m"c eIll tidintln teallik~c I lil-
1l:i3:1 ili about a %% ctk, Of' %iI ihitldLue twice M'll
ILe "ivl'ci.
iN'o trouble to blie1i' tile ( rndlsito v civ oa
ithat will favor lhim%% ith a call.
R. H. L)UERDEN.


"' lie Gre-ate;St Va11ri-

ety of Ornaments for

Chriistmas 'I It ees and
( hrislmiia Idl.
IF IN C ON .,I" EC'f E'l Nit' Y, Viz. :--I ma-
an:Lfeldh giulet '4v~a ic t v of Goocd s (:all of pu1re
Sli~ai') ever bel'tore oJhred LIill tllhic .lii
I luaaI 5, ua i i, &C. it, red ne(ed u-areS.
GlioCul, W~ill din Wi'1 LO call at:illy 'taIil-
ast u. I u P1 Supply (huds in).' t!lii (2sli oiih',
to: lt.'s thl aithov 'cal libe iiji~ p reitc I lr0Ii : v il
ori A IlcricanMit Mrkeis.

I A N, t I E' II



iChritinas &I Iow Year

A V~er F'itne r~ imn! %A F'orenti'lti

Fruit S l'AXN D-.mtand Crd lCIIVl- S
F-ur Salo bY


Table Potatoes.


Just Received, inl Prime Order,
S(TTI)rTTTitl rEt T TDr T.


Notice.

Sr'Hl'E UNDIl'ESIGN ElD takes tiiis meiihond to
think lhis Cu.io'nneis and the i'uhlic gen-
erally for the liberal paluonaac exieoded to him
durin-2 lIhc p ) st .six years ; and il to mu:aint lthrn
that hlie is still prepiIred lu supply Vlhm with the

Best Soda Water
(In (111 ilrt, -SipllhiOn a I I! U 0., !I.,, U l Iuunt.ins,)
L5, 0 N A D E A

GINGER BEERi,
aild Other derated ieve(rages,
In csi:'s- of "2 Dozen li1ttles.

ALSO ON II.ND,
lBags Oats, Corn and B ran, Bls.
Apples and an assortment of C.i nined MAl 1 \'l',
Fl JUI 1' a'Iul iSlIl.
JOHN BAI 11 TT,
Cor. IE'itlt roadway & ,Vict)ri-' St.
IIlamillon, Novemnber 30, IS"O.
'" I have much pl,..astire in bearinir. t 'stiii.,ny to
the excellent qilllin of thlie 'oda \W\'er made by
John Birritt, ol II;l iilton-"
J. \VW. EIl), M.D,
Depy. .'urgcon Genl.
Naval Hospital. liknJ Island, ?
May "7,h, 1 -i' .
John Barritt, of Hamilton, has supplied :ne with
Aerated ateris f'rii theo 4th! Ociobrr, 1870, to the
p' -,.-nt. tniml, and I li ih e been \,ell satiil.ild with the
q' Ility of the samin.'.
J. SINULIlIR, M.D P.MI.O.,
Deipy. Surge-on Generdl.
Hiamilton, Nov. -th, !s8S.
J.ohnli Brritt, of Hiamilion, has supplied the Can.
teen -l16ih fl-e iment, with I.,'l'oniad.-, singere r Ale,
.&c., .-e., since th. ir arrival illn erwilud. :iid i ivtn
sl3.IjlaCi>on in evtry way."
W\. IL B10O\V N, C.i(Tv. 4-th Regy,,
['lesidt.nt Cantileen (onniiiattele.
G.. I'llIL1I P4,
Can'ren S:eward.
Pro.pcel, 19ii Octiobi r, I19tI.
M1 R lJA lPnPc Ir:-Sir-I can safely say that your
So.l.a 1\ 1Aler i.- ,jood Ian! cheap, ;and iihat you always
,uppli, d ine \i h li gr ,at punctuallyy"
ED. CONNELLAN,
Surgeon Major.
St. 4e!uoge'',, Nov. I 1li1, IsS- l.

1 i:. I3;.untrr :-sir-it lhs all'fforded me great
phlasure ill rt.comioi ndlinl : your Aertied Dri:nks, for
I conaiibler Ihlii- (alter thlreye.,rs experience) of ex.
cel lilnt Iii.i.lit, naidervae in price and always punc.
ta.sl in deiclm ."
Ci I.STOItER. IIA.RVEV,
3 urg con.
Naval lIosjpitlI, *-\ugust *21, I.s79.-3
'ipcchill T,:1113s lo I.dge Consumers.

Pot atoes!
Potatoes !!
PO V"d TO ES !!!

superioror i U eCd atid '.able

PO TA TOES
A i lvest \' mt i lket t.prices.
C.Ill ai,1d x Ani;iie stock bef'tre purchasing else-
wlhei e.
:-'pkcialram.n to Almy ai:d Navy Canteens and

Oider fLur St. David's Island .ind St. George's
%%ill be p)rm..iptly killed by Mi.. Vw. WVLLFF,
St. G,...or<-' .
WV. T'. JAMES,
42 Front street.
.lainilto,, Nt o. 1

.D VJ(CE
Hvow to get rid of your bad cold.


U3 L ,B.-Lu Elit, L- ll.
SjGo to E A. AMEYEIR,
AL lowest lMarket Price. l(i'I CONFEC'T1IONR,
Special l{iitc to Ayii ;and Navy C.anieeiis As inillions got cured by his celebrated COUGH
a..! Me-ses, DIROIS


4-2 F'ruiut Srti'.et.
HIamiiltoni, Noveijibori 8, I 8.-(J


Silt the


REC EIVED
Royal Gazelle Stlaionery


Slore,
(Suitable for NXias and New Yeatr Prese ils)
1iAPL;l KNIVES Mttsic CA,.SES
Selho ,1 SATC 1EL LS Tourists CUIJ S
Bread KNI1- E.S P. per KIIV ES
Pl'en \, il-rs Poenknives 'Tea kcl!i
Stilt-i Klil'', F'ork indti Spoo;i
Kl'y Iiin: :,nld Cork ci'el\vs GIlove Hoouks
C-idl C'a~cs Letter %Cases Blotters
.Lila' iu3es LJbrael.ets i'uil iBoxes
Iul: 'li.tl-, &Ce in v'ltiiety Cirimia ,'a Ls,
Cegar Ca '-s I'ortmonies
B3one T.ipe iM ei'n Ares Candle Rings
&c., &c., &c.

(y-" Christinau-, N.-w Year an I B ,.th.'ay
CA DS
liamilton, Nov.22, 1830,


Old 1"uilioned MOLASSES CANDY, good
lu r )ou n ad yotur ch ildren.
E. -12. MEIYER I,
fIX r. (A, Vi':tozia S1-t ri t&
lamilon, OtoberBroadw~ay 1Ezst
Ilamilon, ctobr 19,1861.- 3111

B EFONLJ, selecting rtclsfor
Cluii tmsaa i-resentoe, go look at Child's
("'old anid Silver Watiches. 1.4acelets, Louk&ets,
N eek Chains, Laee Phis, Bib I'iiis, e.tfj* plls:,
Semi' Ifln-, Pciicik, Gold Spectacle,, %--leeyo
Biutlowi, "uIh:iiiisy :Sets of' JewelryNc, &c.,
)11'1uI. hiito see dI i m.-4
To.0Let,

A UCO-1TTA"-Gffl
.1 id ai,'.tit Lreanid a hlnf acres of' La if, sit u-
Zted 011 111 0',111 SldC of' W arwick I'u:Isli.
1'o!b-.es'uitgiven ou 1st Jauunar, u v
N. J. DARR~ELL.
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Proceeding!- of the Legislative Council.

Fri-1/a, \1/4 Dee,'c,ber, 18:.0.-. i. Pu:.ant, to ad-
journment the House met,
Praet----His 1-.ion.r c-,lah R 'CLoef Jultic,
President;
The H1onorableA. J. Musso,1
Wm. H.G ir n ,
Mane.s H-H. 'Timiung-haal,
S Eugcnius Hait vey,
S Josephb -I. Haivey,
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
G 0. 3. Tuicker,
R. E. Webster, Col. Secy.
A rill entitled "The Census Act, 1S50," was
broucbt up from the House of Assembly and read
a first time.
The Bill enthl.ld1 An Act to regulate the Trusts
of the Wrsley.ia Mth:odi::t Church in these Is-
Ir ,wa rtan!ne-: fr'ont the I Houce of Assembly
with lhe fulou') in Mes.a'? ;o :---
Mir. Preaeidct ad na a nd ei' of tes L'.islalive Co i-.

We are dimectcfd by Ihe -ouse of Asse!.lv i to
re tun 16 y,,ur 11-lnoiahlo iiouse tile Bill entitled
" An Act toi f. tl.ru'il h. Trui:f- of' t lie Wesley-n
Mei h'i di. C'buieb ;n li thpe l.lands,r- and to noe-
qm1int yi'i r ;Ilei.okr..ble louse Ibat the Assem-nbly
Itadig ci,.e:,'r:-.] in a-i armlndmninit proposed by
-u,, !C'a:t' i iius 1 to be made thereto. the
sa_, bas iccorli!in ly ibeeni luad, r to the said Bill.
S'Ri.ir.3' oi.iu.se, ,th ecember, 18SO.
'-, ; i i ,.a- .iua-iendt-l -wa I then read the third
t.'i-- -t J, a.:] order.-d'l t l.e laidl before
His Excellaencv blh Governor v,, the Hon. R. E.
,, l;.:t--,,
Thie it-'.lve .,t i y.',,"ing thie sum of 19 i S/l to
Mr. Jo.a H. Jaiekso,r being. duty paid by him on
T'iachinei-y impoilted ior purposes of a Steam Saw
Mili, .;3 rc-...i Lbe ,?con ld lime.
TheI House went into Committee thereon.
:'', HIon. J1. -,. Trimingham in the Chair.
The Comrmit.ee rose.
The House resumed.
The C.air'm-an reported the Resolve without
amend rent.
-The HouEe alopted the Report.
The Hon. E. li arvyi- presclted a Petition from
MrM'. Elizrbeth Ners, widow of (the late Philip
N,-.a, E..ir., Colarial Suive-yor, praying for some
pecuniary relief in consequence of the sudden
death of her late hun.,and by rin accident.
Th Rule a. to several re linigs of Bills and Re-
riil ootis on Ithe samelr y hai:vingk beetn ~ni-pended
by rn.l,;!:iac;s consent, th! Eiil e:.i.tld ''The
Cea'-u Act, '1_0,'' was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. \V. H. Gc.slig in the Chair.
The ("Commnitt:e rose.
The HI use resunmel.
The Chairman repoi ted the Bill without amenud-
meat.
The House adopted Lhe Report.
Adjcrurned to Tuesday next, the 1-th instant, at
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A li'.'u / i/' ,c P'roc'e,'n.; of 17 oorablot l
Hli, o/.: ,-, As.senmbly.
FI,17J, 1 0/ Dtc'?'-C, 1 :-' --The Atlorney
COn-ial it,Laced a Finiolve providing for the
Ir-v'",i.iig ce'xprnrina -. f the Official visitors of Ihe
Luna;tic Av.luan--vw',!i. w.'.i read a 1st time.
The Rop.lve proviuindg for printing Ancient
J3ourrnals wias lead a 3rdl li;i0.
1 'r. W ilkiin.on n'oj, d !-th t the words ?.lr. W il.
lim;-;[, I- l)au rel!" 'te in."ealid after the word
" Itiat" in the -.I, l ie of the printed copy-wh.ich
wav ag.ped to,
M r. Fi- .;'r '-i'-.'e'd !t'.at lIe.? ',- ,ids "- or have
tran,-,'ri-' i'e be inserted in the 02na1 line of the
Resolve after the word a tLra.i.c ibed"-which was
agp(ed to.
Mr. C';.p-'r mo.ve'! ic al, ai Ihe end ofr the Re-
EJv the wor.'i.c not exceeding four hundred
pOuosd.- in the whol;"-which was agreed to.
The resi:rlve as anr.mnded was then passed.
The Pl'iiticin of Mrs. Elz'.beth Nes, widow of
the late Coloiiial Surveyor, was read and com-
mit ted.
Mr. Flii-zer in the Chair.
Mr. \V. J. Frith proved that the prayer of Ihe
Peliti- ii be granted-whichli was agreed to.
Tre liou-s: re..utued and adopted the Resolution
ol thLe Co.mmaiitcc.
Mr. W. J. Filth introduced a Resolve voting a
sumn of inorey to Mis. Ns:,--which was read a lit
time,
i'i f- Pu''.lioi La, Ns 2ill was recormhitteld.
i.r..I. V. l'ea.rrmini in the Chair.
M-I,. C". I l' '!liStoi ,i'.d .t t tht i e 7l- t ci 'lu.:e
,, ."u : !' r,.i.:---- i I .: ,- _) iiTelc1.
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". 1 ;,'<.v "c '.1 f"';,j '.i' No. .' ,-wh 'ich wias
a. e'! d, u ..
.ir. lii; n:,-,1c- Ci('har,s as No0. 50 and 00-
whlich v w-:r.' so tally -;. agreed to.
Tioe Iiouse re:.umed.
Th'e t_'hairmau repolrtud tLe Bill with amend-
menth an' it, was adopted and ordered to be eu-
gr'O'sed.
Mr. S. C. Outeibridge gace notice that on the


3 ad i- ailing he will move that, all after the word
exec-ine" in the 15th liae of the 2nd Clause, be
st'i;r:c; nut, s-f l he let clause.
l. ilitertrid g' g..ve notice that ,l! The Grd read-
iL; ..1 tli. Puir!i L:a.';.I4 11il. L will 'anove that the
wo. ," "':ec uatiN" h'r insei mt aif'Tr *the w :.d Co.,
ol.." ihe .d ii ', ..li. u'her re:e l.a A :the
v. or:. '- Co .i 'Jod :' na --ut" ecce:a throughout
th i? i B i.
t 'eN? l ':. N :'i.;'. ;i ;a e (ifor the purpF ses0!
the P'-.L!o Libtary-i;a r.:-ad a third time and
pr,'-,,i.
i.,-. l',.,:fri c p:-ov!,I,'.i' ii,, a E oal tf r pnubi;c u,-e at, Ihe
F":L-.' F;'id ;,e at Ithe C&.',2way-was read a third
tir:].-:, andi ,'. s:'i.
The iteo.nre' providing a Eoat for public use at
thile Non.sucL Qu.irautino S6ation-was reid a third
tline and pass.cd.


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CLEARED.
Dec. ?-Nor weL'i:m L aique Brazelusor, Thamaseys,
Uni tc-d States.
9-Mail steamer Flamborough, Fraser. New York;
1 I'ox oran-es, 7 c:.ks old copper, 3 boxes whaling
,urns. 14 Lills nl rigging, 2 bldls old wire.
i0--Schr J L COltter. daly, Jacksonville, Florida.
1-Barque Eliza L'arss, lHollis, New York.
CUS.TO. HOUSE--ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
LDe. 7-L:,,-.uie Eli.t B ari ., Hil li, New Y:rk ; ;
::,- n, *._..1, ha hy. '.. to Trott z C,'.x.
,-- i;'v l ?.;jul Steaui'-i' i leta;, Siahaw. i J.iniiaiea ; nuAils.
:. -r'i lL,-r h i cei.'.O.---. fi-i. J. M H;? wai,.
[- TI.: A l-. I"'.u Ice'.ves thli- inorni nr fo:,
Ne i .1:
L IE-.'. F .
i_,-.. --.I- ". .... .r, L.' -t.. 'h -.', ilalifax mraiils, ec.
I-.'."-r..:'L H S.MiLEcD
I: t;'- .'iUll St e.-:ri r 17.1, m ,',,i'r r' on Thui .-.ay lay -t,
fori N-ow Yurk :-C,'inicel Ely,, i9th ilegt., Capt. Mlae-
lpherson, H.E., Capl. Aie-nne, U.N., Mr. antd Mrs. A.
,J. Ulirvey, Win. 1. L'Winter. Assistant Coiny., Messrs.
J. S. Etlitwc.vll, J. Q. O.'ini.stun, IHarcuuirt Nplor, Her-
bert 0. IMeari.--2, Class, H. Baker,. Nelson Slauld-
ing, Saiahi Vi ight.-,St,.ra':/ye Charles Campbell.
In the f i. T! l;-'e.iner L 'mo frurn Jamaica. fr Unli-
fax, Mr. Jt_.peh C. Dickinson.-From Bormuda for liii-
iifiM, MIr. i., I'. Higgs.- '- e, Euigenao 1runel.
T'lii' G, rIea Shlip N .V.',,., C, ;tai K:';gin, from
I' o,,," Y ..i.l. tl.,,,i, l t,, !".,r, .!. l, w ltlh 7,.,,.*'., I,,'i': -,1 i" -"
ti,:, ,,m:, v:.\:, i,,,.:,.d ,t,.'.-' M uria-ny".i i.i.:h ri ,: yea s.rlhy
ni.on u.r ..i _," lh ,. t;o :ib .!- :to:'.,.:.e. T he 3". 13
lM'ak Wi e'i.c r. i-a, b.,.eni W ill u -ico (o
go i;:. : .n ..h [-; i t.;.-a i. d ..' ari.'r o ai portion of ,'argo.
'hie v,',. t.;i-.W W;ii. ran ea.
' il" A iih,, '".i'' ; ,'.' ip -."," ... D uor,',i '., CIpl. Co;asins,
fralbi S -!,r with 4,'.' .' '!l--s of' .flt''n, turi to Lit'-
erp'::-. C. 3., .''i ; '.-.e-l i 1.o 1 lr i a.iy'; .iehior'ge ol
Saturday r.n.rii.n_ ,aIst i'y the Tiug-boat B BicU i.:.
Capt. '. callr.l to obtain n a tb':at punitp that, lie nmiglit
pro.-.ed .. him v,.iqsy -, his .-hip bt ing leaky. ..oon after
tli'- '. tiich-'uril, ai very heavy gale siprungi up from
the N. \V. .ind citiitiuend very 'viol'.mt i'.or several liours.
About noon t.he ship dragged her anchors and caiue on


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usually good] con,.Lct of tihe .',tith Re',..ilie.nIt ou its
leaving Dover for enilarklatiun for B.-rmuda in II.
M. S. "Crocod(.le." We f'-el much plfea:,ure in
transferring these remarks to the ,-.lutims of tlfii
Gazelte, in the lope tI.it altlir the Regiment hias
ipent its three y:;:'rs iu these Islands we maybe able
to make a simiilr report..--A'd. B. lH. l.
;6tlh Regilu'ut. A cocrre.J-pondent who was
prescut writes. The I;tli I Ft Dover on the i.or'n-
ing of the 1.-t iu ., to ubl.mi rk for Berlinu.1a. Tito
Lui 'it. bef.-.Ia t-v i !an was pt .it at tatl.ou- iye,
. l soberr, too! Tlitre, wa ,i., prowling aliout tlio
:.,i .: ts in : -t-it' f driill.k:.Ln i. i, or I r.:aking into
:ii'lp and .stea;li'n, gi..f s, 111i l f- I ti' t purp- '..'If
cutting g t.:ki i.., 1 ,c u, 1v.ii Lzoing o', .it Thli
L :. imevnt arrive a.i t tl- rai-i! ty .;i:Kii.' pun u..iaIly
to [timei : rih n,. ii L. ,!c.. ..i.. ut..r iau'l quiiit. So w,-l!-
,,i.lee d w. i the .ep:-tre, i' ,' I :-t. that nu old ra:il-
way ofle.ial volni't.ealed the st.ite.-mnat, thlt dulincg
hi:; 17 year.-' .c .eie in the railway employ, lie had
ne-ver witues.-ed .ich a pe-ft'-t. .1l-partui ?. His ex-
perii.ince had or-.i that theli utmost noi-o and cou-
firion existed i. tlI,.mo oc.asions. Lhie GCneral
was present, anud he was in quite a happy franie of
mind. The barracks vacated by tile Regimentt
were handed ov,:r duiiug the day, aud a .t.) nolo
will, I am told, ,iiore than -e,"ver the while chiari'e
for barra-:r dlina~e s. These f;.'-ts are s. )er-ditable
that I fte l it ,, f.it of jn. ti<-e t.i the il ':- -Ts a l
men c.i l. II 'o i.y Do\-' t, inu.lke tm-i_ iu wi-,,

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Ml'. Euri'ror,- 'ilil yoil kii-divy allow ime thro-'igh
time iiedlliiia of ar 'i zetYle,': ,) tiile.i lnv 'i'r.ite-
i'u lak to hl,- if-ntirmou whuo, .,) lib'_erally
c.;ut ributt-'f tow t: ,i a i.-on) in,).,- it.1P-y pro enut, fo myL'
e:\rlv di.:scmiv.ry it.. die fi'e. in thi :4torie ol M r. J. -H .
Jkoi sii.4.,tou t.t tile tuing ol' U the .:i i .i!-r lut,
and f,.r n Ly lpropties in giving t th: Ll.-lssa,
alarm.
i II. JI. CARD.
Hamilton, December 14, 1q80.


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i ai ns .i'ttiutg forth that ihe hi'ptfiu nII the G're.-'haui''
at. first. ask'-da much I, rger sum than 3,000i, but this
amount wa va finally agreed upon and a provision
unable ti1 leave it hto the Co(urt, Judge Choate says
She thinks it entirely clear that ihe agreement between
the vessels was made su!bjecr to the approval of the
S('Court, his- Honor putting that. eiistruictinji upn the.
word prove used ini th- agreement. Hif Honorir
further says, "' It is nl-:o rcl ir tflinh t the aniiiiu1 t sting-
gestedi by tthe g'eeumenit is very greatly in excess ofi
the amiutnt which the Court would award for' the
'sanu- service. The '" Gri-e-hmlii'" wet!t ouIl of her
'.uay soie I',rty miles for thie Leipzig,"'' and deviated
I,4ii h,-1 r v-oyayge and Baltiimuoe tind came to New
Y.irk to render this service, aiili her :service was
Iihly mieiilorious ami bi-neficil I,to the "' L,:eipzit."
Under all the circumstaicn-- of the case I thijik 1tho
:unm of $3,750 a fair competnsitlin. Thbuligh ibe
libellhints are the iown ers. i 'i te "re hain," the"
miiistel'r alid crew not being unal.d, tie tCourt says
" that. in all suchll ciIase- the mii-.ter aiii'i crew' are
entitled to share in the cowp'nsati'on. I think the
proper practice is to determine the amount. to be
awarded as the entire comipensatiou and to apportion
it between the vess-l, master and crewi'. Of the
sun o111 awarded three-fittihs will go to t ihe owiii'
of 0lie steenmer, two-fhihs to hii-r ilmstal anil c!ow- -
l"- ina-h:T' receiving<: ,_,i.,...:'- ,,ith oi l h tie i.w -- f itth.',
! ;!l t';, -. ilL_'l .' v' in [; '..~p :orti .iiL t .' th r
;.-..p ''tive ,.ig,-s. Th.' -'ai-s '."n'.s wiil I-' cliarg'...
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T' e yvcounsg; Priiwae Jo.ic-hi.n %yur:J, 'i .'.- i.-s all
c' ,.~-r i c'- !'.:' y :, :;.. :i; 'r- i .A n -
t: .., hli Il .n t with a -i l ci llj -1.. ,.i- ;e:il, L ir g b)eA1-i1
'- .' U honl l!c i. .h:o 1, .0r 1 .il, hiJ ig inl ltie

A. cornm ittee of la ies i n Pa i.. .:.-u:td to LiiL-s.
F!'i.,.i.nie .nlet.h, th- En:. ,,,l:3 co ',.;ciii. oee tly
flii' 10l5I. iii coinlri'ction witii ith b-.akitug up) of
the Redlemltoiisls Faiheis' Co(,ninunity, a tine
bronze group representing the Ecce Homo."


Mr. C. PenrI-lon move Ita i1 t lii rPoli'e provi-
din-: for ::- ,.l ii r-i fil.ildiu ,t' at the3 Non-ii.._h
,- n ii l .' tl Ah
A s Nm- II .
T'i .',,'.,i.. ro,'i'.'; for Buoys and Beacons
...- :-- i ; a t'ird time and passed.
A ',j..,n. 1 0 '.o ."..i.ntlr next.

.V. 7', 1 '/ ', e,'., 1 -''., -Mfr. Fi apr gave notice
ttbI n-' lu-'. 71 of ih l'u lic Lands Bill is repug.
.,-..:i :o h ti '..* of 17" ( V -i No. '".1, Clau.s, 4) he
will c;bjc- to tI h Ili'0 l renadin, of the Bill, unless
th.e .aii Clause be eliin'.iated.
Mr. W.:lson moved lint the Bill entitled "An
Act in alliiion to the Act to make provision for
I"'" rii:' !, -;:-ii! r P, .oertsfr from Foreign Ves-
''.. i ,'ca t ri .ih r;' Mae---whieh was affirm-
cc, ,'- C.i. N .-, .
T .e Bill vr.s r'ad lthIird tili.
"r. Oir;'.r!i.ide lomved a duration Clause to
.-i'- ii was a gr'ed Io.
Thie Bill as amended was then passed.
Tir:e Pi! eLtile1 "An Act regulating Quaran-
tine," was read a third time.
The Attorney General moved certain amendments
--xhi(h were severally agreed to and made.
Mr. Cooper moved an amendment to the 24th
Clau:-'. that. accounts for Quarantine Services, be
exa0niirnd an,!d pi)-ed by the Commitcee of Quar-
teriv A.'-riunts --which was negatived.
Ayes 11. Nays 13.
.Mr. Fra-'tr with leIave withdrew his notice of an
am:,lin3ent lo the 25th Clause.
The 11ill w.e then pa jsd with the amendment.
The Bill entitled A n .\ct for the further pro-
tection of small bir',' was read a third lime and
passed.
The or ating gratuity to Mis. Elizabeth
(.=, was read] *2nd time and committed
?.Mr. Fraser in the Chair.
'I he Resolve was aged to.
Mr. WV. J. Frith moved that the blank in the Re-
solve ;e filled up 30).
Mr. Cooper moved that it, be filled up 1200"-
which was neantived.
Ave s9--Messrs. S C Hell, F M Cooper. R J P
Darrell, W S Masters, V rI Peniston. J N Smith,
R Tyvne., W H Wilkinson, T .1J Wadson.
Nays 19-Messrs. Speaker, N J Darrell, T N
Dill, .1 Frith, S B Gray. E H Gosling, S A
lHrrrvy, .A r H-oddon. C C Keane, S A Masters, T
D Mildiietin. T W Mercer, T A Onterbridge, S
C O;tebride, A M Ouilney, C Peniston, J W
Pearmarn, T F J Tucker.
Mr. Frith's motion was then affirmed.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill with the blank
filled up ",,1ti," and it was adopted and ordered
to be en-iossed.
The Bill to amend the Hamilton Gaol Act, 1879,
was read a '2nd time and committed.
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
The 1.st Clause agreed to.
M.r. Wilkinson moved that the Committee rise
and report progress, that the Bill may he printed
and distributed-which was agreed to.
The House resumed.
The Chairman obtained leave to sit again,
The Resolve providing for the expenses of official
Visitors to the Lunatic Asylum, was read a 2nd
time and committed..
i Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved the adoption of
the Resolve-which was affirmed.
Aves Nays 8.
The Chairman voting for the adoption.
The Attorney Genera! moved that the first blank
be filled up 3 8, --which was negatived.
Ayes 7. Nays 8.
The Attorney General moved that the second
bland I. be killed up 2 8 ./."
Mr. Fraser moved that it be filled up "2"-
whikh wias negarti;ed.
Ayes t:. Nays 14.
Thi. Attoi ney Gene; all's motioU was affirmed.
The House resuIted1.
T'he C'hairmrin reported the Resolve, and it, was
adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
i The Attorney General gave notice of motion to
recommit the Resolve providing for travelling ex-
pensea of Official Visilors to Lunatic Asylum at
next meeting.
Mr. C. Peniston gave notice that on the third
reading of the Pioduce Marking Bill he will
Move to strike out the word full" in the 5th line
iof ihe 1'1t Clause, and insert the word "the"' be-
tween the words "rind" and surname," and tbe
words in full" between the words "surname"
and "of," ia the (ih line of the 1st Clause ; and to
Mlrike cut the word full" in the 0th line and in-
sei I the ioris '. in full" between the words "sur-
na.-im"" and ot," in the 7th line of the 2nd Clause.
And to resume iu Commilttee the Nonsuch Island
Bu;lhing Resolve.
Adjourned to Monday next.

Ordelis:-
Resolve ia favor of Mrs Ness-
Public Lands Bill.
Pra cages of Vegetcble Marking Bill.

CUSTO'l liOUSlSE- HAMILTON.
i NTE-RED.
Dee. 1:-S. S. Hina.laya,. Beedle, Londoni ; goads for
Ii'rlihar, t. u0i1 government storc-aes.-Agents, N. T.
]L_ ltti'ri'lI. & Son.
11-6-cir Meteor, Liurs:eomhbe, IBarbado.os ; sugar, runr.
e,'.'oaii.ii.ts, atiud uiiases.-Agents, Thlos. J. Wadson.


Ilie rock i nenr to the sliore, opposite ihe N.aval
'Tai'd,i ivwlire sli, ha. Loe'nmi, a wreek. Every efflt'rt
i; nmii.nlih t, ) ;- li.'. lhe 'I I"j, 1v. hi. h i Sin,'i roi ht
lhy i.t i. it.) (lih li.-rir ,f >4 ( 'ir', .-A- Leiu s, \V.
.' [ly.ind & Co.
'I ie Schr. .T. P., -;.i,.., from Jacksonville, Fin.,
with pifli p;;an t.. S. S. Ingham, was towed into Mur-
ray's Ancliora-e on SNitur'ldav last duirinr the N. W.
gale where she c:ume to with two anchors down.
Shi soon legan to drag, and carried away bob-stay.
and to avid '..in a,,ho.rn sihe slipped bo(h an-hor.s aind
put to sea. Pilot Suott, of Sorinrsiet ,was in cliar_.' e o-
the W !.,,.'ii, :-,ai'l .rai're tl 1 inlled thie vessel cr-.liirf
ably. A .'Scho,,,i.-r. supposed to be the iIl'iym.n. was
signall'd late last tveniig to the Easwvar.1.
II. M. S. Forester left for Jamaica on the 8th inst.

SHIPWRECKS AT ANTICuSTr AND NEI';Hr.OURHrIoD,,
Nov. 27.-$-'hip '.r'rlian, ashore at Antifosti ; four
of the crew dead fro-nn e-xposure, remainder badly
frozen. Brigt. PamUico at L'Anse aux Francs;
crew saved. Sc'. Wasp, ashore at EllYs Bay;
crew and pfssen.er saveal. Barque Alice, at North
Sydcuey, disable.l. Steamer Beaver, ashore on Hare
Island. Steamer Olla' tr. shore at Cape a la Roch-e,
fore and main co"impartments full of water.

By the kind permission of Colonel Welman, C.B.,
and Officers of 9701h (D. of E.) Regt., the Band will
play the fo.llowiw ,Programme in Victoria Park
this (Tuesdlay) *fternoou, from 3 to 5 p.m. (wea-.
ther plern.itting)"-
1.-Mar:h Albrrt Edward" Sir G. Elv,.y
2.-Overture Fidelio" Bcethiov:,
3.-Selection { La Fill. ,l. Tanbour Offenbach
4.-Chorus from f" The Heavens are tell-)
Creation 1 ing" Haydn
5.-Valse "Les Sircnes" Waldteufel
6. Selection "La Somnnrabula" Bellini
7. "The Hallelujah Chorus" Handel
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN'!

We regret to learn that on Thursday afternoon
last, wlile Mr, C. E., Clay was riding along the
new Military road near Prospe.ct. li horse shyed
and rolled with him down a bank; although Mr.
Clay at once go-'t up and r'emounted he was unable
to proceed far. A friend hearing of the accident
went for him in his Trap and took Mr. Clay
to his home. iMedical aid was soon obtainedl, and
on examination it was found that two ribs, the
7th and 8th, on Itcft side, about 3 iulche:s from
the spine, were ,r.ol;.-. We are much pl:-.asa.d to
learn that Mr. Clay is doing well.

PILOT BENJAMIN TO'TT AND HIS CREW SAFE.-
Much anxiety was felt on Saturday a:nd Sunday
last regarding thi safety of Pilot Benjamin Tro,tt
and his crew of six men, who put out from
Tucker's Town i hii.s gig-boat on the morning of
Saturday, just prior to the commcenmnent of the
severe gale of wind which prevail,.d on that day
to go to a ship ,:ignhll.d in the South-east. As
nothing rwas seen or b.t.id of Trott or lii4 crew, and
it being pretty certain that if lie t.--.ed the .ship
Sthe boat could not survive the gale--there was just
cause of apprehension. Yesterday morning, how-
ever the Qerman ship Nevada auchor%-d in Mur-
ray's Anchorage?, when it w;as soon ascertained that
Trott,'his crew a-id his boat, were all safe on board
that vessel, having succeeded in getting ou board
before the storm was at its lheight.

We were visited by an old fashioned North-
wester on Saturday, when the Barometer fell
3O10ths. The ship N'unquamn Dormio was driven
from her mooiinigs in Murriay's Anchorage and
went on to the rocks opp.sit1 the Tanks on the North
Shore of St. George's, and became a wreck. Seve-
ral boats were driven from their mruoings and
were either destroyed or seioiusly iijjuired. Dur-
ing the followiing night the wind mnoderated.

ONION IN CONSUMPTION.
Dr. Wm. H. Pears,:', Physician to the Plymouth
Public Dispcnsa y, recommends the free use of
Onions for consiu unptive patients. Hie s-ays:-
I hayv- in a former paper mentioned the fre-
quent desire of iphthisical pItients for onious, silt-
ed and smoked fi h, &e. Of those aike,], foity had
a great desire f .r onions against e-ihf without
such desire. '' -nty.six desired pickles and vine-
gar against four who did not. I cannot avoid 1o-
marking onu the fi'equency with which onions are
debarred young delicate people and plithisical pa-
tients. It is a continually re,0cunriu.g expelii.:ence
with me lo hear young people say how great is
their desire for ouious, :and whih :,re often pre-
ferred raw, eaten with a little salt ; and it is rarely
that I have hear-i that onions disagruo." I ,on-
ceive that it is of the great t importan.:.e to follow
Nature's lead in the matter of the appetite. I ion-
ceive, further, that a marked pas.-s.ion f. r a special
food, such as that of thl:, phthisical for onions, puts
us on a ri.sht pai1 toward further knowledge.

W'AR OFFIcE, N'ov. 9.-S6r-H FooT.-Lieut. O. C.
Armstrong has .'een appoiut.ed a probationer for
the Indian S. C. (Oct. .1.
0'ini FooT.-Iieut. J. S. Guille, from the 62ud
Foot, to be Lieit., vie M.Aicmullen, app':iuted a
probationer for t',e Indian S. C. (Aug.. 21); Lieut..
F. P. Cockblun, 'roiLi thlie ..udl Foot, to be Liut.,
\ice Turner, plt o,:oted iute tlhe 1ilth Foot ('ept. -1).

THE 86TH (CC (UNTY DO\\'N) REGIMENT.
In the Army oand iS, Nt (Ga:ete of the 17th No-
vember we finil t! ,: following hiihily cnlomplirnrtary
notice of the r.':':-.llent state of ii-. ipliine and iiunu-


C"- Mr. Randall's Annteur Dramatiic Corps
p' rp is gi"i by t o i. rf-.jif ian]..e' nat Prospect Thl .i-
tr-. tIe tir.t i'o TA.:- ,1 t,- '?l-.t -t in t, t : .tI -
(0c nu on T i-:...1av i ? '" t i,...! -,i l- (mu ,:.tl n lv .i ti e,:-
mi: utL t) proc.i- of which v ill be sent to tli'
Lord Ei-.-p of Newfoundland and Bermuda, in
,i.] of the Church i.utildiug at New ITarbour. New-
foiundlau.1. X1hii is reqi.'ii:. d to complete the new
buililing, which will reluLire to) be enl-rIed to hold
the cout--gatin. The people thleiris.t-ve' are too
po"'-r ,to in,-it tlme expen.,.. On Sunday,, the 19th
S-epl:nmler, the Bishop preached in the old Church,
erected 1815, to a large congregation. A narrow
gallery runs round three sides, and, during the
evening service, from some cause or other, a panic
ensued and fears were ent:-rltaiu.:d that the gallery,
ste,':fed t-o be \,.etak. would gi'-: way. No one was
.rionusly inurt, though minany were roughly handled,
but the building is now unfit for fuitheir service.
Hi, Lor, lhipi's lprir- nii.-e o if ,inil .avel h f rtl:e-r c' i-
fusion, by his at once strike in up the Ev'-.iiniii.
Hymn and diverting with e,!;ti.ieni:e the confused
nmomentary impulse.

BERMUDA. HUNT FIXTURE E.
MEETAT 3 P.M. FrIrH.
Thursday, The Yacht (Club,' (. .
23r. D-.. Hamilton j ( la u ,.. lill.
"Thurs ay, TIh.Flhtts Villa-- ..'1 Mount L-ntt.oui.

Thursday. ) m rt v11' Dr.Oter-iidr'-s,
,)th Jau..1 The F!BtaI Viln:, D.lerB:Iy. P

THE FI.I ITAN..DN.-TLo now Governcr or the
Fiji Island], Mr. Des Voeux, formerly of Trinidad,
is practically the sovereign ruler therreof. being nas-
sised in IHis administration 3y a Council. Theie
are no British soldiers in the colony, Governor Des
Voeux having sent home the last of then during
bis former temporary administration. The last of
ihe crannibala is dead this four ye-ars, anid the na-
tive police is equal to all disorder likely to arise
among a penceable and quiet people. Phy~ica:lly
ihe Fiiians are notoriously fine f-llow'v. Governor
Des Voeux says that among a galbthering of Fijians
before he left there, numbering over 2,000, every
mau would have passed for the Queen's Life
Guards-this means a minimum he,:hbt of 5 f,-er
10 inches. TIhey mainta in a rinyni aristocracy
among themselves, the chiefs and prominent mani
Ibi g l e, n:it-l:abl lfor thi n tine physq"ie.,

THE TRADE OF THE ISLANDS OF BAAl-
BADOS AND TRINIDAD COMPARED.
i!.t'!. f..i.. R.\rio .
Ton:na i'e Inwards..... .1- ,71 1 1',',.',7
Imni orts.............. 'l,' 1, till I,,1 2,732
Exportr s............. -l :'",0" ;7 l,i07'.,-1il
Receipts............... 142-,.24 .;3,.

Sir Sani:l-frd Fre linu, .C.M .G., tlie- newly ap-
pointed Governor of Trinidla., .1id arrive-' at that
Island, and was ii.inu.?di :tly inaurate.dl as Ail-
mniistrat,:,r of thie Gov,'rnmeunt. h :' hlad m i.e a
very favourabl'h ip,;'-..?iou on the inhabitants lby
a .liort .speer-hi in reply to ni address on is being
sworn iuto office.

The Explohration E.l;peilition to Mexico, inuugu-
rated by Mr. Pierre Lorillard, prrlmises it is Paid, t.:
be one of the most, interesting of modern time-s.
We have just the aminunt ot knowledge of the old
Aztec cities which indices us to desire more, and
the expedition which has receiitly set out, undir the
care odf M. Charn'y will pri'ul.ably help to solvre the
problenbh involved. There is much reasr;u to believe
that the le'nainis o( about forty ancient citiesiirie
buried in the Province of Yucattan-cities which
-were deniiely populated. Apart from the questions
as to how they obtained their subiistence, which is
a puzzle, there is the still more' ileie-tiug question
as to the cause? of their practically obliteration. In
miany parts of the world there are relic's of an o!d
time civilisation which mudit have be-en of a high
order icompared even v.ithi modern ideas tind there
are abund'lui iudicatious that in Central America,
centuries ago. there existed a race whilih for skill
and intelligence w-as no unworthy rival of tho-e
which exist in the nineteenth century. The ques-
tion is, What has become of them 7

A SALVAGE AGREEMENT SET ASTDE-In the
suit of John Elliot and others against the steamer
Leipzig," to enforce au agreeUeniOit at sen, Judgie
Choate, in the United States District Court vester-'
day, banded down an opiijiion. The suit wa:i
brought by the owners of the British steamer u" Gre-
shan'I to enforce a a n'eemenit ali ainst thlie Germ Ian
i,.''auier Leipzig" entered inlo at seo Septr. !3,
1879. between Captaiu F. Pfeiflf-r of th" steamer
Leipzig," and ('Caplt. Gibb, oi the steamier "Gre-.
shai,'" to toiw tih Leiipzia" to Satidly Hook for
the .ium of three tlhousanid dollar., Inibut to leave it to
the Ciurl. Ito piroie tbo aid agreementt" The
"LLeiptzig"''was a -teauiner tof t.1tC0 tous burden, rl nuingi
between Bolti nre aud Brenwierhavei. She left-
Blti more Septembler 4 1679, and on the 6th Septr.
hlie hr!,ke her '" first t;'ausinis.ionu shaft." She was
thnou about three hundred itu:d tifty miles front New
York, which was the ineairest port. Her propeller
Sfns then dilecoiiinecidte. and -ilu -r 'r'eeded utilIer
sail itnward New York, :;nrd by Si pltenber 12 had
reached a point, about o1ne bdhu;dei'd anld iivent.-five
I iiile' from Sanuly HIook. Ftom! that time till noonu
rI ihe 13li, whue the '-l(-!sb ii'" took her in tiw,
there was almost noi wi iil dntl h made no hei-alti'y,
bilut drifted about twenty miles in a northeasterly
direction. She lii- s exceptiug the accident, a.ti nag_
.and lMiunchi, n.},! had oln h::aid a ( ,i "n,''rrl cariu' .f
iuiii'rl.iiindi e sita twielve i :-,s:seigers. Te opl-iion
imeviiws the agreemneitt mcie l"etwe""en the two cap-


open, bick to back, firing steadily and truly, every
.shot telling, surrounded i.,y thousands, and not till
the last manu was shot down did thbe Ghazis dare to
advance. Gen. Pi'imros'- then gives some par:ieu-
lars as to the deaths of various officers. Col. Gal-
br:.ith was last seen on th.:- nullah baink kneeling" on
one knee, colour in hand, officers aznd men rallying
round him, and on that spot his body was found.
Capt. M'I ath, a gallant soldier, fell on the same
pila:e ; '2nd Lieut. Bai r was shot dead over the col-
our.s ; close by Capts. Carratt and C(ulleu were kill-
ed on (lihe ie.1 in front of the nullahi, up to the last
r-ionimnt coraninuiling llItheir compl'--ies, and giving
orders with as much cooluess as if on parade. Cap-
tain Pchoerts wa.s mo tally wounded in the garden
where the lhst stand wais made. There also fell
Liciuts. Raynier, Chute, Oliver and Honywood.
Ti',,, trwo last-named litoerfics were .seen holding up
tili. ciolonurs, the pto1- of one of which had been
shlttetre- l toi pi.:-ces at tie r:illvying' p,:.iuts, and Lieut.
Ho:nyv.ood was -hiot while holding the colours high
above his heacd, sliouting to the men, \\'lat shall
we do to save thiis St' ret.-Major Cuppage was
shot. outside the irardin v.-while carrying the colours.
Many other uo:,u-conmissionedofti,:.'s and men died
iu tlie attempt to s.v.?e the coloutrs. There also fell
witli the b-in, wh.o made the last effort Major
Blhri-kwoodl and Li;-uts. HeLin and IHinde. The
ba as'.'c ','i!..-i ili.nder Capt. Quiairry, did excellent
sei'vi.T- 'luin..:1 tie letr,: e ,t ; and the detachment un-
d.i Lieut. Fra:l.U'- wrk- :'.fl r,,, sniooth-bore guns
vw! aund steadily during the fight."

T,,1 RiIs-.'m are paying great attention to the
ri ',r-o'ii-r n.s !ri it:.'truihi ,I fi o warfarere. Upward of
:, hr.:-!r., .. :, o e : 'and y 'weapons are being
mail, : it Eriiu for ti.e Rusgiucn army.
Sev-,.rd pr.e- l:have IeporilPJ t.he alarming illuesi
oi Prince olict ..-akoff iP .'wiz',,lar:d. There is a
Pl imc.'e oirnrLhaknL.iff, :,,.d ie- i.;s .'ilously ill in S' it-
"in 1.-dl, o;iil a.' h';tlaing: this news people at rCnce
thought of the great lusian statesman. The latter
is at Nice, and is in good health. The two prin-
ceses are not in any way related.


SCllWATKA AND TIHE ARL'TIC EXPEDITION.
Fri the e .', ,Yor'k IIcr'.ti!, Dee. 2.
\t a .srecci ii,,e .-ti.-l of the New Y-'rlk branch li tie
Niv l I, tit ,. h-I Y ',?ter. l\' a'te-rnoon at the
Lyceum in the N av Yv'I,, BProo .lyi, li,-ut.'nrinnt
cliwiia,k of the United V.itis Arr,', l.4l an iiti..r-
estinmg pipcr rel-.ting to li hi- -rch altor file relic.; of
Sir, Johin Franklyn's expe lition. Notwilthslai linag
the inclemency of lhe w'-Ilth.'r a;i 'irge numbel-r of
I-i'rsoii, inmelolini' nearly all the oflleers niow at this
station, were present.
The Li..ut..nan t in co,),niin'ncmi his paper de-
scribed the Northwest Passae saying that in the
fifteentih centinry Venice," niiistr-si o! the s.n," le:'cued
with tihe Turks 'against Rome and lithe Grecian En;-
pire, held he Inillan commerce through the clutches
of the IMn"iiti.nlk-, upon 1E,'vpt. Va-cRo DR lama, im
1-95 d(liouli',l l the C:ip-, ot (Jooil IlopI nail ,ikc'veorc.l
a neyw rote to the Iidii-s, i ;elh tlhe PopI, lIv a bull,
fa';ve to Portnm'.al in corler toi hum ili-itt amil ,iiushli Is
i:a:--.i'n enemies. \Vithlih l,-e vi a of .Ioil.i C.abot
I 'i :lti tih,- -.xplira.io n ol tih.' Nori'tln wi t I'asi,. ,e.
Since then Great Britain hlas pi ','eclteid a luiig se-it.s
i, Arctic expl,'.irations, whihii conlilencinii w tith C-i':ot,
cul-iiminitel in ithe ftrribl and aniy'-tr'ious fate of the
Inal tli-covemr,-rs and file heroic celor'ts o succor0 them.
T ei-i'e c lj'p'i lil0iten.-,c fully prove the worltlilessn ,s of
rlhi tli'-irouii-lf ire, iln in.led by a chilly castle, wi-li its
.oiiinmili-'s bactios of bt h i-i l .n-. berg'< and c'ns-lel- cur'-
tains ol f rt.-rnil ice. In proseculinl, the searcli for
lhii nn'l the l l -''ter pn-^'iie over fiffy ships Ihive Ihen
em tl.ive.Il, an 1l out of rlii nunil.'er fen have Ieen list,
cr.i'shr.e in lthe ice. and iliv-' fullv equi.lppied (-xplle itionI)i
iiave h-eu comnipletc. lyi' sept Iroin l xi tence, llSing,
aill thliir lips and men, the :ist of which was th oit of
Sir .Tolhn Franklin, itho aile hfromr England in M:i\a

In speaking of the(di,.irent Franklin search par-
ti-e Lieutenant Sclwatka :aid tlint anigol those which
achlievi'el succc.s weire thi'e comnarndnled hy Dr. Rae:,
Ad.liral Sir Leolodhi MIClitiock and ( Caitain Hall.
Thlie Li-utenanit then entered into i history of tlihe
exp)ediiou wilh which hli h had been connectedl.
lie de-criln:' ( the pi-euliariti's of tlhe climi'tpc of
tilie Aretic reion'-; al-on the ways ani, manners c- the
FEiquiinaui:, l,,-siles entering into the details of theo
expeilition. At the conclusion a (lib retadln, ol tie
palpeor Lieuit. F-clih'vitka ri',.-veive-.l a vot of thIlanks from
thle merimb.rs of the In mtitut,.

LESSEPS AND THE SUEZ AND PANAMA
CAN ALS.
As to tle Ilthinus vof Panama Canal, I have sfil
greater coli dellenc in it than in that ol Su-ez. It it
a wondeifbul country, The Atlantic and Pacific
I'r-eezes hblivinig over it will m:nike it the healthiest.
reioL: in ill th wo llf. We were there for mconthi-
my wiie, children, frimids and lahlbur-rs-anid we had
not a sitigl, death Look at that iniitonso reservoir
which will receive lie wnte-rs of the Chagres and
iririgant 501ii0Ih beetares ofi waste 'and. Look at
tlih;tt wea'ilthi of veiealtion about. to rise round these
Ihalf million) heetiire.s besie h lie caun, i. Reckon uip
th,, riche, to bhe credited, the traitformations to be
miadie ib this highway. You will then understand
how de-lighifled I ani at the certain prospect of suc-
ce?. When a- ('Chicago I was exasperated at the
ibht:,rleIs and obhjctious which encountered me.
On" lday I was suddenly taken to task on the Ex-
ehange. Thlousnids of Ainericans were present.
The Monrie doctrine was trotted out. I said,
H' ere are '0,0100 of you Americans. Now explain
to me botw the Monroe doctrine prevents my making
the canal." They wele silent. I then explained
the doctrine to them and showed them that it was
in un way against the canal. America is now more
eiithubiantic than we are. At Chicago I said to
them, I cannudt ngree with a town only one-third
my own age. thouvi with -lO)oi iubnhabitants, which
says that the thing is imlupo',sible.' They thereupou
shouted, Hurrah That's the boy we want!' Now
Chicago is subscribint) z:ealoiusly. When I came
back, despite my firtt fiiiture, I said to MM. Con-
vreux. the coutractonm :-' Never inhld. Get- ready.
We shall triumph yet.' They believed me. There
ar'e already excavators miade which will excavate
300 cubic mnetre', au hour Carts, flo'iodates and till
necessary thin-gs are ready to start. Lastly, I may
aidd that I have not against me that formidable
obstacle, Eiihland. She is with mie. This alpine
shows that the caanal will be a fitet, and I here invite
you to be present with nie at its opening in 1887."

THE BRAVE i6;TH REGIMENT.
From I.e A.-rie and Naivy Ga'elle, Nov. 17.
'.;YTH REGIMENT.--Tim Tie's' correspondent, at
('Calentta t.-Aelegraplis on the 7th inst. :-"'The .last
G(overumiont (,z:ete cont:tius some further des-
p1atches ri:garding the Operati'-us iu Southern Af-
glari' "n. Tle mo'st i-:t,.-ie'--ting .' these is a let-
tf-r d Ot-l 0 -t. I, fioi I.;h..:n. Pr!im:ro.: to the Adjt.-
(h:-n., _-ivin]i t det:i!ls of th.- I ahll-, it andl determined
st.nld mnaide by the i.i-th :at Maiwand. T''lihe total
numbers of the re'gim.nt thit day were, with the
fighting line, 13 i of'.ers, 3,;1 mnu: with thie bag-
gage guard in the rear, fiour i-fleers, G3 men; with
the smoothli-bore b ifttery, onle? oei'.ver. -12 nien ; sick,
32 men. Of this numilir, 27.3 were killed, while 2
ofi..-ers and 31 mi-n net'r- wounded. As Gen. Prim-

rose says, they nearly ll f.ll fighting desperately
for the honour of their Queeu aunil ':ount'ry. The
G.-eneral adverts at sormtie eigth to the stand nmaide
by 100 men in at garden, which has already been
described, and state.is, on the authority oif a colonel
of artillery iu Ayoub's army, that when only 11
out, of the 100 were left, they charged and died
with faces to the foe, fighting to the death. Such
w.is the nature of their charge and the graudeurof
their bearing tlihat, although the whole of theI Gha-
zis vieik asenibled around, not one dared ap-
proach to cut them down. The II stood in the







BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


The C',-,ni:il (,' f Ihe Vi.-toi i Phie! -,p!i,.-;l Ie ti-
tuio of L- diijlo Eu';I in,], r.''I r hip. ,r 9 ar ...- ..i,.)U i
o? Indiinu n l C.:.loji1-:1 .1m-iI'r- thii year, am'rtL-'ngt .
Whiomi nl_' ,Vc iral prelates; Obthe Stl.'i.w l and Li'.'e i'
1n(ti' that tho nrew iiu'lbI' of its Quii'terlr ,Jlour-nal,
just i.-..-d io Tir-,bLers awl Asso.oia:tc>., er.nt.ins
papers by Professor Stokes, F.R.S., of Canmbriilte;
PL,.fessor Hughes, of the same University: Profes-
or Nicholson, M.D., F.I.A.S., of St. Andrew's
University; rud Dr. Rnassam, with mnps of the
se.(:e of the latter's last researches at Nineveh and
Babylon.


THE VACANT ENGLISH JUDGESHIPS.
LoNDoN, Nov. '28.--Te Loid High Chancellor
Lord Selbou ne, yesterday pre';,led ata meeting of
thi Judges of the High Court of Jusicep, for the pnr-
l..se of considering thi existing vacancies on thei j-
,.1 -inl Il.nChr Th >',rnf-roe'cc :-nS ai.ljourned until
?.(cronday. The '/-,.,eroe, ed;itr llnliv ay' : "This Couni-
cil of J lpc' i R 'mi'owcredl to me'-. und.i r !the pi,-
v.,ions of the Juilica tue act, nodil nake recommen-
d( tinns rpgarding the conslitutiou of law courtI
arnd the status of Judu.sp. In all probabillly it will
recommend that the Offices of Chief Baron of the
Excbcquer and Chief Justice of the Common Pleas
be allowed to lapse. The appointment of Lord
Coleridge a. Chief Juliice ot En,;lan'i virtually
fuses the three comnion law divisions. Chief Ju4-
ti-'e Coleildae ranks as Presidcnl of the common
la;v side of the High Court, the L,'-d I igh Chan-
cellor ranking as supreme on theo Chancery side,
while all other Judges become Judl-.s of fir.t in-
stance on their respective sides, without reference
to the Court to which they have hitherto belonged.
A great step will thus have been gained toward
carrying out the reforms. whch the Judicature acts
wcre intended to .ffect."

An Inquisition wa, lie-id at "Mangirove Bay. Soim-
cr.de', on WedIoeisdayl l-:,t, by Ctharl.-. C. Keane,
Esjr., Coronie--, ou view of th, bo,'ly of TIhomauN
Browu, a native of Eul,1anil, a Ipnsioner of the
late Convict- Establi.ishineut, who died suddenly on
the moraincg of that day. Verdict, "Death from
natural causes."
MARRIED, nat St. MNary' C:;tmhI;ral, Edlihburglh,
on the llih Novemiber, by the Rev. WV. M. Meridith,
B.A., ROBERT J. SMITE!. Esqr.. of lamnilton, lien mu-
tin, to Er.iZ.\ JANE Cf lAMi R Hon.trT., widow. ,oind
(I' liter ut' the late lRobert T,i, h. li, !r., Swift', Park,
Cril.lrook. Kenit. En,,lind :-((-i,.)


DIEl.) n t Riiille's nay ; W aiwick., ,'a the 12th init,
sulhlenly, ErN.'r EnuM ILIt" iNso-';, E.1r., third son
of Ilhe lat; t1 enr* v iBin.un, E. ,r., M. I.
... ..... on Saiturdlay, the Lth inst n '., at Viewileld,
Peoidral:i Faiish'. the rei lenie.re cf Ebenrz.-r 1-l.l,
E',ir.. Su;ir. A.. thi beloved wilf of 1'F. C. -Ura.- tigarn,
Esblr., ot' New .Jers.y. anid s.-.-ini laughter of Juohn
ail Susan YOUl';, of Niw York Ci-. i'i

N OTI C0E.

PA.1TIES ILavine-BlILLS a'rindt Br. eat-rii-
ship r SOUTH TYNE,"H Iarv-. Master,
are rie. -.sted to rti.ldc.r the sanm- ill Du1li-aito
to the Master on board ,or to thei- Sujl-.j. iber
at IIranfilton, by noon >TO-.OI:_l'.)W..
J. S. DARRELL,
Ai~ledi.
Care of N. A. BUTTTERFIELD, ESQR.
Hamilton, D.:-. 14th, 18'0.

Notice.

A LI 'Pert( ns having I'.111.S ;._iinst the
S \ liV:ng n schr. C.A- l. [ .'(AT .IN,"
I vyat, Mia-lte-, t,<: reqiT'-st-. is r l. ier the s ie
in ll illiL;it l.', ,1y (1 o'clock p.m i., l.l' T IIH URS-
D)AY uex ':, 16thllii.liiit.
THOSE. J. WAlDSON,


Agent.


Ilaiuilton, Dec. 13th,, S1350.


Colonial" please copy and send Bill.

NOTICE.

Tenders for making Eighteen Win-
dow

Frames & Sashes,
For the New Metlodist. Church in this Town,
Will be Received by the Under.igned until
Thursday, 16th distant.
Plans and iSjclication to be hd lon applica-
tion to
W T. JAMES,
Secretary BuDiing L'oinmil/rie.
Dlee-oiuber 7th, 15s0.--2


7li he ubscriber has "re-
ceived


CA onsirlnment of 1

(3eliine l Hlvarna
FOir sale in Bo%-s 100l tc-alc
W.
lamluii ::, [L'C. I3th, i .--- I


Case
Cigars

1 i4 U C K.


For Sale


lii l; r t0 i.
W\. T'. JAMES,
-2 I'roiut Street.
ti-aniillon, DP c. 13, 1-.5l.--' 3p

.I or Xm as Groceries,
l'uJy them at R. H. ,uerden's.
W \\' iAiSI[NS iBest iU''I l(.it
S xira I1i1.\.!S LA .lll
CONF.ICTION.E'i1Y iliIc: (I()IRN
OA.\T S;iA lI.S (very dche-i,)
T ,: (S, Green and )(uoi'.r
lKbl-. nn.i H[,-f nf Pa, .,il'. B -'!
ii.tD !, i ri . .1'l i:i f' !'lC '-: s
Jl' i '. '[TO .l .'vitl i; \ ;.U
Q_:ry .LI, VEYi.- Y Gi l hi
1. UIP )k DEN.
!a.i ilton, i D .e. 13 th, -), .-)-".*

k. w -I. flonte,
OF NEW YORK,
eid treet amil*on.
i1eid Street, Hamilton.


BvY PPL .,A 0,T!N

Th VIdfTAy n-xt,
Sl th in:..., At 12 o".1 :.:, LI.,


-4,.
- -


The: we'll-known Yahlit,

NA MELESS,


IO.1 Tons,
And FITTINGS, will be sold in separate Lots,
Viz. *
THE HULL Eve'v-dlav SPARS
Do. MAINSAIL JIPS. 'SPINIKER
PIGGING L,.--.l ;iinli Iron ,.ALLAST
Racin.4 J AINSAILf .It I -
Ri.c-it'i NPAJ: Y -. ,i.'..
L.SO,
IX o -, JE LOT,

The Yacht Ospreg;,
With SAIL' S-PAR:, RIGGING, andl full
s-:t Ironi BALLAST.
B. W. WrALJKERl CO.,


A tllCt illt-PS.
H iarulton, D ,-.:. 1-3, IS,.i.

BYi PUBiLICI AUCTION,

On Tlinrsday next,
ThLe I th i-stant,
SI l the Sto '-, ratbove ouri Omfl'e,
I in<1e iatly att:, tlile Sale of1 the
Yacht Nanle.ss" andl Fittingts,
TV I L L B B 0 LI, D
THE REMAINDER OF THE LARGE
LOT OF

Latly iarrivi .- I Ln nTn-II io whi,.Ih
wi!l I:, fotnun1.
1IECES Hianisolatonie Wilec
P.PINTS
Piee.,s Unbl.a:hi,-t-il COTTONS
Pice-.-s Spoctt,,l '-t:,l St i-,l MUSLIN
Pica,-s Cl --. .'d NtbET I-.d T'ICKING,
Mlni's Woi]in, NIHIRTI Piee.,s S1HI TING-
Colored IHANDrKERC, IEFS
Dress GOODS F;a-y (OODS
CA, TIIERES LUSTRI:ES
CORDS nodil, -.ME.ES
FLANNEL DIMITY Kid GLOVES
La1dies' Worlk BO XE: -
Writingi DESKS JEWELRY
And aI lot of i her Goos -much too iu.nr-
ous t)o mention.
B. W. WALKER & C(O.,
A cHa lon, D 13,18ers.
Hmnilton, DT ,:-. 13, ISs .


i e C e ivi 1i r
Ex HIJL Y.-I from London,
At, the Royiy l G.ize-le" Statoileri'y Sor:- .
A Variety of hristmas; ..ai?.s,
Christ mas CA U D.S


Letts' & Cos.I \L In
&Ce., Ie.,
Ilaii.iton, Deeu r. 14, .. 0.


rO I1 I,


IW anted ( o Ii ire

A COTTAGE PIAN0.
For aIn Instrumen it in I'ir c.nuilii.',
A good RIental will be p.id.
Apply to
J. F. FLAGG,
At Mrs. liobeiL-, \ e-'ley Stireet, I ii jilto ii
or I'. (). liox -i4G.
Dec iiilerI I lth, I1i:n.- I p1


Ieceied by


rivals,
rWnV and Furnishin. ;- GOODS
Lndies', Mi sses, icin's nid Iin y's' :I \T'S
Velvet Fi"AMEV- with Nickle Rlimn,
EASEI.S S Pictlui FRA iS
I'lCTUi'jES Photo andl .A\iogr.ip!i, .\ ElU.il:
loxc1-s i-a e\nc PAI ,R, allnd 'i'_)'S in Vn .iety
Japanese WAR'E; Tin l.'A.\ P
LA N:I's, L.\NT'IciNS anrd Nickl. Plt e ':tu-
dent's, I.' ,- .PN'
Prani 's Xinas, New i' r Y ii d l iihtdiy ; C I\ I .';
A\nd "I Varieyv of olhier (Ciristmams P; I.- iNT'-i

% ALso,
I bose Unsurpassed Oil STOV ES,
All Cheip I'or Ca;dli.
EBENEZE It EiLL,
No. 1, XVeest F io .- tre.et,
HaiOilt, i, Dec., 13tl, I'&, -).--3

Price One Shiliin. a

COP! ES oef "' St:uiiiliri Ordhers l'or ill, 'i''Tro,,p
seCrvinl ill Berimiuda." At Royal
( nzeo'lt." Stationery Store.
Hamilton, Dec. 14th, 1880.


Portlandent
Per Himalaya,
ReIa.ly to delive'- this week. ricee veor,' I-aw.
WN. BILU;K.
l-:ainlInm, Dec. :!.:h, 1880.--



.o. ,:_ x---l. "7.
.-:liuate.i on !r-;;i r(:r!i.i ;ay, ju-,t i ia--.t of Co n-
uaii.-:ri'it (iric'e inr tlia Tow n.
NI ,.w oce ;,ied I..' .,ir.. C W. Gauntlet, as a
S'",h.ii St lore.
\\ill be So: ., l.ii ''.i, .11,(!) ;' 'hicl, c l re-
li, i- Store .; I ;'..;'' i .,ting f c : 1 .I al nnl nii.
;,;,i it- ,allue imii pr'i,.i.' i ni h 'i l l rip ,.,i
i n 'lIi 1 0 a r t .. t !i. t ,h >* !,.
IL. TV. IfALKER;1 CO.
ll.iniltlon, ee. IlIth. ISS0..--2


Inlporter's .)or N'V


d Ui- -orK .
i' ,-ilr ,~1 l.ral- E.'[ (1S O ,. cla,0 .
(I)'1i P ec -in,,-" ISSO. .


I' U


S! I [ I riitle i .- 'd al i. .c 'im i! r,-iluest
o Co e-i.ne paiy ti..ir Frc i.-It mn I to
remrniv- tliir i;o;oeds bor, ."5 'in. on -i tit I)e-
Scirlber, a e n S'ilrenc:i licec :IlIihtIIouseh wiil .h
closed iunil the inei. nin; i,f the S, tli. (io.:
recmrnlling in t],e Snti;.rnaace \'airohouse on lhe
Sinor'ni'iti or thie 2.thi will be sent to a lnit dl
\Varehouse,


RO TT &, COX,C
A :enls or' iI ( nlcCehC
4;- .:ii, lip Co.
Si rioiilli u, 1ri'nn1,l i, ee. I.-0..-

'" Col.iqi'' twice.


PEl "( H ila L3 i'd,"
r'Octi LO U'DO',
1 JANDSOM E ChinaTea SE TS
.t' v.ri'ou c,: ars "a: t Patl.ri., at iilin -
I ially Ilow pr;,.:c l-- ,roi 2-1, up
S ingle CUPS and SAI'(.t N vry haind-onIi
P:ittterf.s
Mu-t'chle ('JupS a aird Salees do.
C.k, STAN I)S i.'.i. JI.GS
i)j,.finer T'E.A P'O S and Su -ir BOXES
Toilet S Et 1,t \:Water -.ii.ellc
laindsonie ('olored, -lilner S T ''S
Household TiN\ WA.LI': Cake PA ,
Jelly Moulds Pi, PleP s \ Was'h Pans
Apple Covers Graters Cake Canisters
Dist Pans Tuminl.r 1)rainers
P'lnnge, Ilip and .poi!n.e B \ii. S
SWalering Pots .:.teal: T'ro.ters
Toilet I.'ans, PI ils a:i.l FIoo Pans
Milki,.g ICins (iilhenders
S:lmcp1Sn.s F ouir S-ives
New P:itlterns in ,-.*,, -e LAMP-I
Nickel Plhiied lain";i, L \ I"PS
New Nicke Sti'deii 10i. ;
G lass DI. .i S 1 ni4 :I.,i,:-, a .i iety
l>o. ,. .t.s, \VT ine l !i'a n-.s, ,.i,.) Liu ers
ili'2cr Ilasins i..c.int.-rs, &cc.
G(;l.jcL:' SC ALE- (Pate it.k.,le Scoops)
IraperyI ad Illit!-. ,.ry (-(! )D ., in Dam' ask,
Creltoni &c., '\ IilI Ti nm ,iniiIs i
Ilouselold i INE .,N C(:,otltoi] Goods
CA iPET.S ,i \T.'S M 'I'TTI
Seamless ,.ev rsible i .'' I,1 e w Colours
;i id l':; M ern.s
)'O! U .I, 1<'l 1 I, froni ts tl o.5 y rdt wide, all
vIII,' vr.V I ,.'l l I.-rq
I.N14O i. l very r,'e t il it, i .
S(full assortment of Gardenink
IM\PLiEM ENTS
WILLIAM BLUCK.
.ianilton, I>.J.. 13th!, !s; '.-I

I ,i--


7'he Bermuda Paockh.lAI-
2mlnack, Gu0id1 and( Directory,
ror 1881,
Co,) :i;iiiin. iaU-- (i imuc l,. .iti,:-I i f.r io.f, care--
fully revis. iild in i:1i;ainY c. s, s re-writlen, i ill
Ite re.idy tfIr 'lelli-'. ry tIhe lailor p::rt of tlhe
e(,:*- li ;i ; W '>.. k.,
It 1 .: -.s he !iic.st ceinpl]ch't repertory otf
inioliriii: ion oilt i'rin ld i, and will b, ,ound ili-
dipeii3s:hld' liy Tiu.irists, II.eidc ent-, and both
li nCiiches of tie S10 rv'ice. '
PIlE SI.EI' A IAl IN.\"'-K PFO( -11SS
will also lie readily I.,r is-uc it t li n l il- tlime,
pritied in ti e lh .ii.- fornii.
S icyal Gaizetei Ol c., Pee. 1-1, 137o.

SRoyal Gazette" .,ail
i ald Postal Sheet I 881.

F' lE1 valLinable P,anl andl M.il Informnarion
conti.ined in itiie e lick, Gueide :nd Direciory, has been prnteIl in
sreeL fin.'ill for thie '-,,ave' i,:ice lio te Mcr -i' -
tile Publie. and will be sold ;ii t!.; |eo. ih.lar prite
or ":3.., t. enable eve-ry I 'e: ..top r Irovie
hiim. lfr wult a coyps. ,-'a ly aipliitati-in should l

le"1"
to. uii:,,l, as oe.ly a iir .,i i..uiinber cf .%;.!ieets
lihive !It'>ea priitlO I.
Dates ofl .\rria':l i:nd ,!eparlore iof \ Vark
Mail .- t o ,iier, f'io ia ic-rnlid.i ;and N'.-w Yi' k! ;
[rn. ('in.,i' .1' tei n '. i o.et m \.' n I.tlil'ar, Bl i'mLi-
(i :aid .i:tn:dii a ;l i ; 'i l -'. iI -. i 'sl,- 6c.
it<,.':,1 (",.a:eite (,i'.Le-., iec. I, ty ^).

,I % I e, .
. R I I!, i -iJi't".' ,-:N Lt-l;.-...; plei'i ii lpasti ro
!, inform th iinhn',i.t-i ,is of i''-r nmda
lat I,,' .i i; ireix iv,-. tl t,' I', ',e ofli' 1

-A
])z~ ",-" +J


r ona I' ,il .' p:.r i. Hi nn :i i,: '
\n1! wiii offer t,.i \\'i iowu e-;:i',, rn, Re'.ail nt ieh
Store 'istl of the one iatilly ioce.itie]" by Mr.
liei y Hlarre!l. 'Evia-y rd.-scriptioin of Goods
will be I'ound there suitable fur the ;Seasoii and
.Oicy ,lheacp.
R. H. !DUERDEA.
IlIauiltonl, I ecemnber 13, 1 :0.--3



T'l el/urn Direct.
4-g' Til i.: u.\'(.L!H:


i; ,. i -i t i[; ., '. aster ,

On or about. ie iO-h
January Jext.
'i :'i o ,iibl le..iv I n ., l i i i :r et
"'rip alt, lit :i l'h i) .i, -ll,
J. xt ill conlinl ai' i-a i. !;,I Vyaf'eC ol'iOI that
tn- i ill (' ;ii r N ,lilce.
-a'.- l' 'e.-ilhi ef i 'is-; i.' j -, e n f al'v to the
Si. .'0 .: c 1.i ,) I'i'd, or I'
J. H. TRLMINGHA.M & SONS,
11:ila ilon, 13ihli Der., I-80.- 3


., '... s ,
To )be followe-dby th.- Coli. 0.- tti,
c "trt .L, f) Ic 4 s .

'I To1.' _
TU%'x-Y2`1h December,

.To ,, foi.. 1.,' y thi Fk ,,-.i
HISIS OWEJ l t
Prograinulo ;.n.ndTi.ke:-l.; i'fur ltile Pt.-Irf,) lini.nces
to b- obta.ini'd at th,-" Eoy l Giaz.etti Sta-
tionery Store, where plai-. of th.' The:-:tr ar
in:,w open.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Dre.ss C'iL .le 3/ .s.rve S,;ut.- 1 0 ; Pit 1, ;

Doors opon at :;iI. P rfof inl'i.: :. i 8 u 1 '_I k.
JOHN H. RA'L DALL,
Hamilton, 14th D -,:.ub.-', l.i. c I.
A 0 t
INolit e.

A :Grand ilterltainlleit,
WILL IH: GIrVI'-N AT T il
On hle 271i (1ad 21.h,


.Ofto'i 's 5 n'it0h, Decnil. er,
In aid of Victoiii. Lod.e No. 8, I. iJtiT,.,irr.r F
A A i".1I[, A.
A FINE: COLLECTION OFP
F'. msc 7 C, sffi'r fT1 C.L
\ Will be onil hind, ChIeaC ) for the Cash.

A 'L0,
3 Lot of Children's CLOTHIJYG,
ill Inelt for the Sc.a-o.


Refireshll-its -kton ilawid.
xAlexnndrilire Gand t( i !' i n att!,diMnuce.
Prices tof Admiisnion (4l.
Doors open ,t .:3 p. .
MRS. L. LIGHITBOITRNE,
MRS. R. DI)ARELL,
.1/. "',ers.
iH an illon. li;c,-. i 1, 1 Ss..-




AnhirfIriqf thf lie Ber-
-muda Loyal Union Sociey.

', lil' M i-: il;1 !._- of he Lcilurc n.mi.,!;i,*,,.i
So ity (i). V.'), wll leet at the crsidtilence
of Il. MOSti( C8 V' ..INl, near the Bri'.e,
Sot erset,

ON TUESDAY Y,
lN ocL E.rs DPAY, the! :3!h; inst., ai 9 u'clock :l.n .
An,I Proeer.e! ic. iu_- ii order, o Ire . J;amn ','
Chuiir-e, oineri et, xwxherd therv xill! e i)Diviine
Service at 11 .n.
Members are requested to !e piunctuail in i1 ir
eild :nce, and tu b.ear in imin< tlh;iL t tl:t % ill
be (.Colieciin- 1 a;t th e Cui .lasi0,n ul thu Seavice
ill behaill of the Suciceiv.
By i{ ,:q t of thi 'o:!iiitlee,
E I rLIUS E. SMITH,


F. B. JO


IN ES


(Corner of Queen 4Reid Streets,
\< no. Ile- eiv'ing x "' IIRIA.\, \Y.x,"
lit Addition it iiis It;lceit uiijppil ..,f

A Cihoic& Selection of'
j A 'A
Suitl de for C
.A L-._O,
Chrisrnas CA\ RI SO PS,
lIC';E P3 U [C!i \, 1Li,, !U:i[ &vc., &^e., &e.
11.'ailton, D)ee. i4lih, I.:! ---I


.-
-a ije erava,


-, 'D'e Finj .'cilhonier


.a.JiUEL A. : ; .9p D .r;, N!a'tder,
\ !I ..I a- al)o. e .'11i
Saturday next, I 8th inst.
For FPeight either way, apl,.iv to
S., S. INGIIAM
14tlh D-enm'er, i.-Si*


l : )


-f fl~ib1.ei's,, &-c.


p.



,' '',"T.q


Ili'x E l-l n ".-Bi- s .; Io- tio; o ai'i.
:iatly Luilln.is.
In aid of the fiimcil lor i}il .1i,'hL-, a
Church at Noe IJi- lnur. Ne-wf,;,inill.nii.
The f:tll,.'vii L ldi ,' :l, 1 .ntlr ,i.-n '. ill
P,- i fco l'i '
uI--sI-nes Holt, IC an .v, M i .-D.ii-il,
"T na 'l,] ll L-:,.a,! ,ini-.i.'.i'.
Captain ITol, 7..--,.s'. _, .-: fo, :'.. E., GE -..-
h ling, 'loi,., :'. -E i, t-.. ') R a. ,-,l}., Ptitli
Wells, R. N. and, \o,,l, P. E.
Tuesday 2st Decem ber
J The Or iinil C.l-_y in 3 Acts,,


T B ders and
Coi'rauc t !'s.
S.N) ERS are Reqtired for

Coliiiunov the idlasonis
r
WvvOrK,
In t!,e ir 'tcloi of the New l'arishi Church, at
't. G, eorge's.
l'(r:'ons ie-iro'is of 4'o atra.cing for the said
\W oik c.,': see 'the i'l.:nl, a;id Sp>eciincation, as
e'l a s the tei- ins of; :,gr. cie:i t, on :,pp'ication
Io the Unrii-er..pig cJd, fro.n \, houIm all ilnformalion
vt.l I c oltii ld
'ILi t ers i;L tst Le itt 1:1 i:ot latl,-'r tiaun
2 flry 1st, 1881,
....! e .-." t io tlie iiud,.rgsig ,ed.
1) u'.jt er o'" the Clihurch Bli ildind g uCoi] iittt e,
W. IH. HIGINBO1THOM,
Secretary.
ie (.'i;i riiiet do no.i bind themselves to
i ', t I e .... .s 'r iany ider.
*1. (eor e', Pe r. 1. i. .'0.--1 p

..B u '.j u a ,* *


('h.anp lor Cash.
I'cr iilin:!laYa" iiand ot!l.-r Recent Arrivals.
(cn-.'isli?,T in p.urt of --
Ani!l.-' r,:-i- ? m l-) s
i .: 's 'i T ee-d SU 'I'S
ladies' I I .A' l, Felt iand Slraw
I.adics' IBac'k C.tll .1 ACK E'I'S
(ent's "'L et.,d 'AP. N FS
Genm'' Twee!d (O \1'() .
Gentiis [iann .1: 1 Ii1TS

0 Goots &d Shoes,
.1I,: WE;l,,,, (!ROCKI-,IlY, GLASSWA.\F,
'TINR\V.\iE, IRN \VARE,
S&:e., &-., &.e.
AJAITHAJIEL FESE'1.
i evoiishirz, S )e ;, I '(0.

I ('i' 7 111 ta# (,
"t\ small lot. of
.:,. <' h ^Sl, e J, ewellery


SN i
Fanr,'y GOO( DS iti China, &c.

.4 LSO,
PIi/TUR'ES Ca',;niet POP'RTR.\ITS, &c.
(;il,, Ebony aind \Vl,oi IOULl)INGS
N.:.v. SI,-.s' ic T'i;bi C(OV l:: N .
W. BLUCIK.
l !.- t,il i, !)ic 1:1, iSS0.- 1
S i ., A i. a-10
80M118i' ISI, N)SI (
LQ 1w i. rcla(hncyI 11joi-G, neral SIR
lO( '3.1 T M. LA PF.1 N, .E.,
K. C.V.. ;., -ot''tr 'in r Couninnd-
tr-i-- 'hii' l'i[e-.lidinral amn
Ordinary, in aid o vtr teuse Is-
tla 'ds, ~) t'., "-cl''., S..,
'..., !- \ t..-' I; PIfTH NESS, hai
i' r .di.inkitratioun on the Estato
(.' 'liif i "P '!k,-.S, l-. t,' r.f WV.rwick Parish ii
1lle2-e I-! .i,.1 '' inii Su-, evyor, deceased.
Ti i- ih r'r., ., ive notice, th t itf nn
i:'ero or l'cr. IiLs L.ant siltw allny jl-a t C'7anUso ihy
ti .- M:.s i,1 d niliz '--.rot liI,-n n.+ hi il Ili gt t titnt l(I
til l: ic .. ,d i: LIZ .iETil N l.-' lie, she, or
ilthey, ae i- lil l his, Ier, or utlih Canvci.a in wril-
ill'.y, in i '(c r.'-:' it 's V IlOice of these Islalnds
i 'liill Fifltvtn vd- s t irn i l hi.) publication hereof,
'linerwthe' ihe said Adninislration w-ill be grant-
(d :, c(,rdint'lv.
PR. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial Secretary.
i)aled at !the Sei:relary's O(tice, ?,
tllii. Sil dav of Peef 18.0. 0
U lA'.:D;; i LE ['I EL{ rN i;: l' Ti' OF-
F In C l i.-\MIII-)N, Illi DI er, i 180.
ili>ary i -B.ii-, Ann S B urr ews, MandorJ iBoot-
i, ll, Hi 1E1 i ledict, Eleain.r lr an, E Burcher,
" r.l J, iphi L-s n, John F lii.nthllor, Lieu' Clem-
e:,., R. A., i FP [cer ,,i, i rilt .1 untless," It
Eliis, 'X I. H F.,l,.,r ,. W in Forbt.-r, J.ir,1 Francis,
J .,is FiA iI.r, N ( ;'t,!., i, Eiizhelh Hunie,
S Irn el tWolilt.s, \'*in i ni-I.lll., Edward .Joeli,
S J \G' L J. ::| .lts. .a n Fl .lI I Ja,
Eii -,rd K -...._.-. i. Kui,. r, .lihb L ', ( 13 .iC<, .
i-u. o .1 .Ji1i- L,,,:i r .I,,I.i I_ .v'i, Pilir, l.o.,r,,,'
.1 .,, .i 'lirrs, L,-e i.,Iop l Outt.ruri.lge, lDani I L
Ountrburi-.l,, do P, .: Co., Eli, tu 'oliinan, JT.-
st.,phi el-'iasnt A L'C .Smi, S.sahi Swan, Liura
S : Juli l .. iri Tucke-r, \ in f T'ucker,
It 'Thiicnp on, iohnl l uzo, Ve jacty, t\i!l if Whim t-
stone', \. in H ,\ ilhia,ai .
U"NCLAI D LEFTER' IN THE POST OF
Fi'F, 8 1' GEO...ML:L.-, i),c I, Gi NsS).
Flr..rik P Cracey', Joseph! F .iali:l..oir,, J.,aquihn
L Mendc.s, L Sniiil, ',, b, ii isoil, (Bark.
skI.l Tnoit 1'i uthy '.oi, ( t D a.vid'piA i i,lncs
T;;bot. Edw id \W il.-oi, (la! 0 l'.val ANrill,,/v


r ;T E ;:; \vil b -. r ..: i _I.1 : th- I',.L.,.- l.L
1 ;:. ,t.vY.-.r:'. (: 'l: x til 1 p r.,
On SATITRDAY Next,
Th.- 1St1 D-.. 'bml-:l, I DSM,
I .,itI Pc s.-,i ,ti:i:'. '.i. i.f T,-n l'riwr '. f'-or th .'
it':-',e -rn t'.-,ti:n 'f .i- ti.:.u f' ti'he: C iusy'-
\way Bri..Lg,: icy
UIL..,DINGt 7 'TONE pPiERS AND
BRICK ARCHES
I.: iz 4' a "- zinl i 1S o a r.
Th.- C(''ittl.-t 'r .> finrl all M :tt,.rials, whic-h
. tu i :,f ih,- 1 o- t. qui lity oft th'irL s'-v a l
i -- ii] y, j-i, "l
p uii< ;lit I SpJ .-ilt'-iitii>i-S nl all int')trmiiation
c-;n i.- niltd1ifil at ih-? COLONItL >SIVEY':''S
S l,- CuL.6'NIAL SURVEYn r;o lic not bind
,li"ni ..l i to l i'. it.- tli- l:,\V-esL or any Toen, r.
rICIID. W\. JERRAM.
,' '- -ri 'ent il of col'iil lr" ks
Ha .,.il!,on, l,,.._.e n.r 1;3, 1_Su.


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11'J\I tRTDA IiROYAL 0-A ZIP? fIE.


I 'I, i U r.ler-,i.ra i l..irm s lc ,Iinha h.i ,1-. f
S S m *ret 'risli ;ini tilhe Public gelnei ally
tha:lt he has
fUilOVdE4l IEB Officec
fro'm M r. Ii..1 i irI lc n'- r' i-, lence to 1. hii- I np w
;Itlildinl. ,\ l)'T'' C'Il-'T Y," ioar illsionic
I.odge, iMan: rovd Iiay, whore h,:. visits Prul'fe:-
-:im Ially evvi y F'ridaly.
\l.-,o, takes thli-. opportunityy ofi' reitur.in lIis
(r;itrifuil tiliniks. to those i li II:Ihave si kinlly' p:it-
'nIized hil ln, anil trusts t atl tlit v will eiv' hii111
n all ila his new OI(ice, where ithy will s.e that
lit ,h a' lwrried to nc imint their liberal support.
W. 0. F. B.\SCOME, M.D.,
P. A., I). S.
MAole Cristy, Somersett.
Sept. 28, ISO.

.rL'. CONYERS,
I\VIOLE.'S.A\LI & IRTI'rAIL


AND i)EALERI IN
Tens, COvfe.'s 6 V Srgev's,
A N D
English and American Gcols,
No. 9 West i Front Str.-er, Ilanilton.
Octoloer 26ith, 18StU.--m
CLOC.KSCLOICKS, C:LuJ'C', froin t
5 at Child's.

LAlRI. BEE'S World-Iletnowned

In Tins and per Ib., always Fresh at tlie Prin-
cip)al Depot.
II. RiuCIIT,
PaIrliainent St inext Melbourue ouse.'.
Hamilton, Nov. 830th, ISSSO -2m pd

Th'eodore Outerbridreo
D. V. S.,
VETERINARY SURGEON,"
Olliee a ndl Iesidenco licid treetl, IIla illon,
adjoiniiv r Arry Pay Ofli-e.
Ollice flours-8 to 10i n.m.; 3 to G p.m.
W\ ill Visit St. Geo((r'fL's PIrofes.iuiinaly
TUE'SI)AY.S ANDI) IR!D\YS.
Office at NMr. George Spurliiis, NMarket Square,
Iamnnilton, November 8. ISSO.-If



Cornler' of York Stec! :&ml Mn l'rket

ST. GEORGE'S, BERMIUDA.
F. R. VIRTUE, PROEP oRIMTOi1
Every atlenlionl given to the aiccoiodatioln and
coift'ort of Boarders.
November 9thi, 18S.--ly

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish


Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Buruaby Street to any per-
son who miay desire a supply.
To Customers in Ilumilton and Vieinuiy it
will he delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-comillIencing on 1Ist April.
The price is ne penny per pound for 112 1bs.
anid upiards.
A penny hl:ir-peiiy tiiunder 12 lbs.
lIermuda Arltiiici:al Ice Coiiip)any.
Ilamilton, Mlarch 4lth, 18^79.

"L 0 NDO) N"


LI.VE


OF TIE.I1 1ff,."IR 8
FOR


Bern.u(da and A(ssau, A P.

IIlIPP I'iE S ae in'oriiied that it is intended
I to desp.ilch tIeaimte i iii.ips I'ioim i.e (1.-' nsterin)
London I'ock s for lithe;- above ports as uniir :
Siat,.I eri'. T o' u l.oiidui. lI).iriiio'uiit'i.
' Solway," 2 othli Ocir. 7ih Olr.
' Himlal.aa" a S0-t 17th Novr. 1,thi Nor.
.' So! \i':'a" "'i2 2-.'nd IDec. 2:3rd Deer-
.. tTKIA'S 't CO.,
Agents.


September 30th, 1SSO.-3in

Bermp"uda/ H


tel,


--.


AUGUSTUS H. PASCHAL,
P 0 p P. 1 1-31,4 1: 0 P
West Water St., St. George's, eiiintida.

Every neit-onin d.Itioi i at.,ll tension given to
the Corii'iirt f I nar'd.cr-, anid 'P'r n-fient Gut.tls.
Luncheon provided at ihe shortest notice,
September 29th, lb-O.--6in

'0o0 1ice.

J HORSES

And CARRIAGES for Hire
at all hours and :it rcasonab!ce {:atetfS v
LUMLEY 1 ROBINSON,
No. II Court St.
I;.r, ilion, Nov. 23, i,'tO.- if!'.
LL .I. kinds (iii'ntined G(O(1), aLI., llams, BDa-
a (il' l'ulder, nnd ia general Suppliy of
1' xcelli nt G!i OC I" 1'ES Clheap i, r C(aslh at
H. REC I-T,
Parliament Streel, next Mlelbourne House.
lamillton, Nov. ;J30th, 1'S'0.- 4 pd


Dt;. tL~fU(


i tellioN'tal.


NEUIItALG IA.
rToiuw o10, April 20, 18S0.,
Dr. Clark Johnson
Dfi: i Si,-\w"lien I \i ittd yotr ininufacit.ry last
autumn, I was stiiftrin froii a fearful pain in Ihe
f'ice arid IIe td--lhe itN.ici-ia:s call it ncural,'a--and
when vou lecoimeiidcd.d im' to try yuur INDIAN
BLOOD SYIRUP I had no faiil in it; but indeed I
rec kiv.d such a benefit front it thliat I have since re-
comnmended it to several \[ho were suffering as I
was, aid wviih a good result, and I cannot let this
,lpporlurnity of V,'ur s'CL'nd visit to this ciipv go
by withoutu tthankin, you very much for rccoiniIc'end
ing me to try the INDI.AN BLOOD SYRUP.
V,':urs viy truly,
GEO. LOVEYS, 'uslil.ber merchant,
251. Siimcoe Sirccl.


PAIN IN THE BACK, LIJUNGS, AND SHOULD-
E R.S.
ToRONTO, April 21st, 1880.
Dr. Clark Juhason :
Dear Sir,-I have had a pain in the small of my
lack, also through my lungs and shoulders for more
than three years ; I havo alno hid liver complaint !
and dysoepsia. I have tricl doctors' and other me-
diciim, ut never received any relief until ,ny atten-
tion was called to your valuable INDIAN BLOOD.
PURIFIERI; after its use a short time, I can say
that I have felt bnitIr and more able to do my wcrk
i al I have flr the last two years.
J. G. AMEY,
77 RIichnmond Street, West.
NERVOUS DI.E \SES.
I was trouble]l \\ith derangement of the nervous
system. I was altitenld- witli by one of the blst
.o0tors in this part '1f lhe coiunry, but obtained no
leliel. Your INDIA)N 1:1.OOD SYRUP relieved
ie at -icC. I really *!u In' t lliiiik ary uon in ill-
hu alhi uw in-i it call if il io r.r ceiv u grc:ila t -n lii.
.\RS. JO! N ON.
Sinithlid.d, Norhtlihui ilaldit l Co., O()ilt,
L I V E J '.i i l..' I ', IN '..
l.ri JI ll,', i. r'Ii'S Co., N.S.
Deir Sir,-I have utc'dl yuur excellent INDIAN I
BLOOD SYRUP fo'r Livr (iL'.,iIlaint, ant havle re-
( eivedJ gre l lienehitl lit i'; olno I can riculnim ni'hd it
to all .sulfert r--.
IL. I. M. r ON.1.P.
DYSPEPSi.\ A.NLD IDINEY COiMPL \I.N 1'.
\V L..i a r,; Lee, J .- '" :ua 9- i 1
Dear Sir,--1 lh ,i : bon: sul'.-'rinLt for y'ari s w\il
Dysi)epsia and Iii''l slioar. indl Kiidney I'. i ini.
rn] havne Iri Jl a g.'re.,t lmii y rveintldi, but n ih ut
f ll'er. I bLu.' ni- very LJd .ii i could notI hai a\r iy
bed. I ulnlt to V, ur : 'I1,1, W i ;lia i qi.nr, for a hot.
lie of your INI'l.AN LML'Iij[ L) ;Ytl' Manl I[ do not
hesitate to -.ay tlh.itl it v- J d n\ lile. I i I. in-
.letely cur, d, anid Irel lk'1 a ii.'; iR,,a L i w.ek k
iiy silt Was akin itA.n. \ ithll r 're lhiadJLie, .iand a
few doses of VY Ur v.I i.'LMe liin.dciin,' eurrdl wiiin.
Vi.\VID LI, \C'i.

DY.-,PEPSl A A.ND IN DIGESTION.
B3i ii i 'i 3,, r.-nt Co., () illaii..
Dear iSir,-' liis is o coitify lI.,I after ui-in, y.mur
INDIAN ;L)OUDU SYlll' Hor a .hioLt lii it has
entirely cured inie t' liyfpsia. It i., all yuu re-
coilCimmend it to rt.
J.\MES 'I.ENNIE.
BMir.M>in D June ~_ i, i S,'n.i
UL..nl !li,- This i. to ce rl ill' li .iI Ii iur luj d!
in i godJ in vyour INDI.\N DL)O)i) S1I'tlJP lh an.
: ii' Medicine that I live ever ltak n Orl f i I' ii
ild hidiestii i. I wou hlil advis.e all il,'t Lutil'r I'l'it
to to iry DRL. CLAltK JO1HN1 UN's IND\IAN.
BLOODi) SY[iTP.

A REMARKABLE lURE.
Kelvin, 13ranlt County, Onitario.
I ear Sir,-1In Septmberi. I8;65, my %%ifL hai6L bOien
under doctor's Ireatnuit Iwo yeazs, and tlhen\ ai.
she had earl disfaMe. She wa< at liati i,.-
weak she could not M l, :nil, and I hrl to carn. lher
daily from her bit l o Ilhe ? tove, iand t'back a'in :.--
soon as the .il w;s mniade. She had ii-d \' Vur
INDIAN BLOOD SY U 'but u ht in- vi. I|, i
she b .-ian to \vilk ai in, aiid has lot kept Iher t ;
Jdy since, It a:,o cul.ud iy daughter Il chi ll, a,!i
er.
cUI".UFL' MCL'OML, J..I

Sole A.igent for Bi!i !tl'ida,
JOIN A. FOX,
W\iter Strecrt, St. GUorges.


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rHEUidt isi-'moi ieI;',%iiig resumed Business
a t hi, Yhl MAd, t'ori iofC'linir'ol ad
Jililitio" trietlnes, itIm I r Milndin te10 takes
this mIethod e(d thanking 11i s I'ivicd tild' On, ipurb-
Ai guneralHv lul''11MI..;u;rs, :al Ii Nimbly, si i-
erts a canutiitatict, of sam'.
THOMA}J'iS 1-1. ILII11t"Mr.


i 1 I Ni I V E I,'.--'


1~I L~'~j'.


CA LLING, A7' ( U f.IKNS'P0`XN
LEAVE NEWA YORK'


NEVADA sails Ti:--di 'v Nov. 3 '0, at 2-30 p.m.
A BYSSIN IA sails 'l'uW.,y lDee. 7, at fl-I) n.m.
.WISCONS IN il teii Dec. 14, at 2-.31)
p.m.
AJ1IZONA sai0sTu-esday 11ee. 21, at 8-")o a.m.
W Y( ? I NG sailsT~1i Dec. -2A, at 2-11) p. vi
'1k- LV lo S eainer,4 are built,(-, pii tl', (or'
the T-ade, 1lave (ivu %%.ate'i tgtlr1le, n
carry' e \ 1*niklCIUtice 0 1uc rt- -Ij'0!,.~ :[ .1`r11Stew -
ari~l~cs, i~ie aloonA~c'nt miiin '.' are uu v-
surpa..-E-d lb ; a ny A LI ai i Ste i i nl
State ;).Ais-artnmi 1?c p~i' uioli.
:Saloon, ihocu' sec'hi-ig -tiprc-mifoirt ii,
oee4'ii urn VU 'f cf ci a1-otliul unanidii/ht ,.
Snioki rig IRoom, BrI H Io,,Jl a ad 1I' iao Oi

JThv V. S. LM1ail 121icr I.rittihda'fi-oun i
1 mnud~, Iltrai~~urili;rv~INow York
oil i*-iiy il lu-'IIgi- :'necall be
train .i--rvdl & ev itor1") i 1p l ewe sil
ing next day.;
WILLIAMNS &.CIION,
Agc4itp'

New York, Nojv. 1S,I .



C;, r, It, i!uaiiej From jthe
pI-F11mv I2:I.\S I I N..":" G' -11P A NF

One of t~he ''k*l' a1 \Vealthiec


No P'Y ~~ I B'nI m CA fr P.. ii~
T F. I A, :u'j OEIFIVL' nde-


RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCE.


rs.


Gr.:,t progress has been made witliin 4a hew
years in iiianlti ictri ii. food piruiet-, ail the
Sta'iill-d ofl ,.f, utalit ha;.-1,01 '3n r7iic- l to a p,,ilt far'
bLe onIl that .llhicl f'rui'ill,' oltaineid. \\'e claimi
that this hal, to a eni'.lA'll ra.l .xt? 1t, heien due
to our cff.Irt-t as the L-'r,~t 31ar.ilacturiers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we con,-i'1er it
our interest to ninnlifntfatuiie ',onl\' PUrr: ,'l IrOLE-
SOME goods, and 1'i.4' th.in in a tid.y and attrac-
tive imann..r. All ci',l,' I l,''lniL our name aire
guiarintied to be of superior quality, and dealers
ore authlri,:l to refund the purcha:' lI ice in
any ec-i.. where customers have cause for dissa-
thifaui.:n. It is, thi:'or;:]', to the interest of hoth
,L al,.r-k. and eiitona.r.' to use TllUI'%ER'.S
BRANDS.
IT. K. & F. B. TIllir ElI & CO.,
Iil:irtL-r. M31aiiil.'f ri- i andl Dealers in Food
ProNW ucrY .
NE\\ YOIIRK. ..


O. F B, P, AL t3 0 E, ,),,


I ~ i!EL'.; ITO'IiLT VINEGAR, a pli'a:iant
i ton ic a l i i'' liiig anijinct rI the T .'l-li and
1alh, a I'\ iviug s-c nilt and ;i p owv'eilif l dii'lectaiit
For w\.,in cliiita ,'a it i ii inviii:il.le.
I I FitM.FL's CE.I:;lt .\'TED LA.VAENI)ER
WATC1I.
liullIMEL'S TrnErBLE DISTILLED EAU DE
COOLU iNF.
RIMI MEL'S MUCII IMPROVED FL'ORIDA
Ri1MM1,EL'S JOCKi'y CLUBi and other Ira-
Orant Perfumes.
UIMM.IEL'S I1.IE JUICE and GLVYI'EIINE
giv es thi: hair a be.iatifaul gloss andI iinp, is an
n.' ir.' d.i c io linies; o the hl i.i'. I
H ill\F.L'S PURE W11II'E GLYOEl'INE
SOAP TILIA, BROWN WIND[ONl, HONEY,
ALMOND, LEI"I UCE, COAL-T.r, and oilther
'l'i!ei Snai s in bars or cakes.
ITMl "1 EL'S VELNElINFP, VIOLET, RICE,
ROS.E-LEAF and other TOILET POWDERS, in
boxes, .i i Irl ;ndJ i)ap ket "
lI I \1 IL'S A.\liUADEN'I'tN E cl1:-ans, whlilen.
.and |irser'es lthe teeth, rlfiesles the oionlh, and
-a p"e n-t':Slt he i b ei) h. i.
Il\i M iEL'S Ai0.1A'1TIC OZONIZEfR, or Na-
t rail .\ir purili.:r, ragranit Powder whichh litfuses
ie li.aoliliv aindl r.'r,'es'!ing emianatiois of the Pine
E. RI .IM.I L, Peri la .-ir hiy nppoini ien( t 11 It .
i. Princess of \\,'I.s, Vl, Sirail, l. ondon and 17
:niuilri,', ( l. lla 'i!-n Paris.
Al.\ ^ 1-7'"


7'o Let.

T THE METROPOLITAN
LB HOTEL
(Queen Streel, fl-uiwilion, with STABL .ES,
o(IJnutI1>1NG.S, &e.


Apply to
M. S. HUNT,
Hanmilton.
Atngiusr 31st, 1Ii.



PAINTER,
DEALER IN
PAINTS, OILS., V.ANIQI ES, GLA.S
PUTTY, BiRUSIIPS, &e., &c.
Every description of ('i 111t% made ready fo
use.
J. E1. EV \N.- takes tliis opportunity to thank
the Public in !Zeneral for their liberal patronage
and will endeavour (as in the past so it the
futuree, io merit heir cowinuuei d lavours.
14 Queiien -truer, Hanmilitoui,
Februairy ", IS0U.


F.A.A. D "
R E WASTE ET LTON.

S. SP C 0 IA LN 0" T I C EI

Robt. G. Lee & Co., Direct Jnthly Steam Commini.
Co:IIs.-Sioni iMci'eilhanli. 1 cation between
,And IjSURANCE BROKERS, Be'in? ifda &London
I':, ~aetiait ciree


l Leadeanhall. Street,
AN)d AT LLOI'DS,
LONDON, E, O.
Person'ial altei.ion tivcni to Coiisintinenta of
Bermnda lI'lRQDIUUI', and the tilling of Ber-
mudian older.,
April 13, ISS0.


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XYOl C E ~UTTO N'S 05Nil YEI SMM E 1-1AI GI D ULY
.N AUTHORIZED AGE'TS IN EVERY PART 0QIG"'TEWORLLI
.ThGLUDING :. .~~rc~


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SEEDSM EN
A, Bv zEnS eciol

( ) [9 ii' ~! '1,~ If Nur (Ti i
~?00,


.EADIING, LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Novem'i-br 9ih, 1880.-3m.


AND
PA RIS


S'ETA EIIItS leave London the last Thursday
in each month.
R. P. I'ATKINS & CO., Commission Mer-
chants, London, execute indents li r every de--
criptiuon l'(oods for shipment by Ihese Steam
ers.
I lishe.t Malrket Rates secured fur consign-
imentst ol' Itermiud: I'rodunee.
F or Freight, Pa;ssacge, and all information,
SApply to
1 I. P. ATKIINS & CO.,
SAgentts uI-r Steanmers, Hamilton.
S.une 5, ICN0.-1 rn

AMERIiANO WATCHES,


H E above \VATCHES for both
I Iadics and Gentlener are kept constantly
on hand bly the 1Undersimned : Any grade Move-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
IAl anul.torr's list price. Also, make to order
anq style of Case with Crest, Monogramn, &c.,
eigranvede.
! en'emnber the American Watch Co. received
tihe (Gold Mtedl at the late Paris Exhibition.
E. T. CHILD.
F ,ont Street, Ilainiltiol, .
i Deer 16, 187. u.o.o.
A..-K your (Groer rur A. E. \VIY LAND'S

Y.L tu.NACA'.-) EC; M !BER, 1880.


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7 1 4 57 18 9 5-1
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