Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00060
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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No. 6.-Vol. IV. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUA. 2s, per na.

Ifantillto, IBermuueda, Tiuesday, February 7, i8t.i

Foc.ile o..yal Cctt THE GUITEAU TRIAL. rpjhe U ildersio'ned ( Wanted. -
DEN.--(CoaZrrn a.' 11.17 DEFENCE.
Dan in.EnITOa, V WASHINGTON..JanuarylI5.-Congreaahavingad-.D RIS in thkith han Feidnod rhe -- Kinde POT \TOFS &T2aIt. ^t 1i
As I promised to speak more ftlly upon thio an. i,:urned over ti!l Monday. the Guiteau trial afford ed tlie tor their Pa tironagei a tli e pa-t,a ] :. .. ca n t
ticipated great undertaking, and which our peo. the ole attraction this morning to the curious and to inform then that he aill For Shipnen:t to '.ondon, ,er (S.) Ciirl l" / .
pie are anxiously waiting for, 6o do not let this the sightneers. A larger number of Senators and O H I "o
communicationn be thrown into th wate basket- n.bher o Con greAwere in attendatina|,. 0 PF f I l NS FW RT E E.rnot l li -i i/a ,(,, tCt6 1 / ,'t :F/ &N.
the fato somo things ate oat d..esraing of-and any previous day. Upon catering. thi en..t o Guitat &-...P Tr- .. r"
ondol ouselv ny rill pod0 r h Nos 5, 7. & 9. Chu 11 Wo t, S Lo R. P. ATKINS &:' ). F P)
for all, as that day selom if ever comesbut le t u isaper 'I (OppitetdohennaClEbNe.S.cnIh.'S 1-.. 3s, "I** RO.)YAL ENGIN EE!S
be up and doihg, letr b st TO- O W d oeoom osrnth C 3Ho 1 EorR T. rpria in-Nga-Ne t
you it will meet with avery a.uccan. Ihavurb At no intimation tnrn Joudae(Con. the pri...e..To-etr orrow, tt-lWednesdiaQ, r,1' I)I ,.. ,
informedhby Rich People that they would be -]ad cat--lat1' arrnEeId hit ela-ea aid with a dorih .- at ca
to give a helping hand if it would hbe started ;u, began to)read t matott ua follova: Feiruttrv 1st. aBy the I-itt-I t ,-.. it I ott the iitlt-
start a subscription list through the country, you 'he roecution pretend that lah a wicked man. 47i" cln [oil rOc gu-ishId 'Patronr:i of .h His Honor
would be astonished to see what assistance would Mr a ncoville and Mr. Reed think I am a lunatic. and 'leas give an enrlycll Icori CiL e r (. ^' ''
be raised, for those that could not give money I p reme ou think I at. I certain a na- P. R H. RobinO ., .
would nine http, such an horae, artaa tie on Julya when I fired on the President, and the
and with a handsome little grant of the adful American people generally, and I pre.ume ypt-a. CFLEBRATID VAL NTItES, fAorttn l It......N S fS ,o t Col I to-.: t-i..
from our most liberal Hoicus of Asembl y: we think I was. Can you imagine anything more in BRATED VALEN Tt-,S ttiri o e -o FIF R'- ,1 L DI: c. r tht. G.iri-o.
must keep these little points fricsh on their memo. -san n t any goig to that depot a ,d shooting the Received per Steaienr. AIs,,- r '*J .Th. Met r ,,r -. l ih i e g to inform
ries so as when they are called on to perform their President of the United Slate. ? t-a are, he-re 0o -i-ilt-iI i
most arduous duties they willnot forget the above say whether I wa sane or inane at the moment I T T a 3 O O f P i ol. f .', T O S Oo t -ate. 0 1 I. it, ',... i.. lii, t .
In the first place a Public Race Course is great- fired that Abot. You have nothing ti do with myn .I...
ly needed, and particularly as this is such a lar.e condition before or Iince that thot was fired. You i 0 0'. Eveeinn of
Military Station and such a resort for our Northe rn mu t stay by your verdict, sane, or itane, at te I .i i e n a n d
rri.nds, and a want. much needed by oursec mLotet the ahut wa- fired. f .ou have any doubt .EBE,AZE I. ., i ll S

troes, and of an afternoon whan the w-aithe lherIferdhote ael or tbalten wi Ot t Hfr MtNhElLL & Cst-O -lt l B1c E 'd pt-i -t,
with horses, careriages and people from different nanet il'l Iced it, apytinopeet tben atolf the ritn:oo c a, flit- itto, "l y, l e. etltit.d
parts of the e e and But you would be obliged Deity, g uas inanee, and you ui ita acquit. This is n flLi.0 it l -.- -1.t .t I '.tt tiev i ., i! i .. l, t t in4.,- a e1 (..,.I Itw" 1 >t I L0L ty D w Ui
Arto ha t in days for, visiting s to give time tdheo .la nol given in the ece on t -deei ... of the New- l--011 I.] i E l.hL l.G
to eepy ro ads i n repair. And perhaps ome YorkCourt of Appeal. It It revolutionizes the old T HN M. 1tcNEIL! A. & CO., I. .-. .. -. 0 tt -
enterprising party might be induced to build a la, and Ia gret d tep looead i the law olnin- the y nervics ofn a lFirt io a..- nit y ter e v. .,I Il ,,,1l-ct t-- a it I.o th -t o i tactic Di -
Skating Rinka on ihese Grounds, as it would pay sanity. It in ,o-tb' of'hia age of railroade ele e tFi re,- 6r e5 and 66h I l treen t .t-,r'e01 ltl, a h i it-I -itt,, i'i lrtotc a,e t- ea, Lby1 i'm Tat i ,r, cutitlitd
well, and the expense would not boe verny great. urieity and telephone nen and it well come cfrom the Susan,
If we hav e n o Cours e to practi e on'through Ite progre ive onState le o en h M cN II. O., i ite t. te t_\ M ,S.*I" l
Io k e g d ac atiwhe n in saonu that it is a special provide ece in JOHN t I ci I l.. lt E t..- lil. .. .. .... i .. .ll e
year, we cannot expect to have good ra cin whelnm fu r wan ohehrb.C h arta e ndjuysoto.on .ei- e IndtooCallo.tLxt -it h i i .d W. [),n ."
the time com es around. Then again, a Public Gare- m.nm aery v o nd I nsa pr ,iba Ctrt and jury no to can. r t o it-to- t ao hiil o tL tnIo-'.
den is greatly needed, with a good practical aider it. ni-etuito i lu Ste jitigeo a-Iit D l H i Il Ni t
Gardeane to enpermet tor ue anlnd sow one After thanking bis counsel an d paying very high 65 ind 6i IFroutool it. Avro.-. i.t.t t l

G a rd e n er to e hx e e ri e nt f o r u s ,a n de s ho w:ou r I d ald t w sid, i I0ADm, N o w r at i l u b
Farmers what can be raised inoure little country, inI compliment to the zeal and ability w i Sh Mr B. Hamilton, Nor. -t I i -v D t
h way ci ur ve g rlahlva and fro isto. a o n hitoba' ile hadedio isplaot id-whht be propiased noon to re- Na no pa' n a -- t-i
'. .. .ay of vegetables...d fruit. We ought to bea I wardhwithda ve'ryhliberal fee--hehextended hisJAgrte. .f r ft o
Amera Market, e ter e worn f aknwledgments to the Court. the jury, officers 1 ..
Anit w wanMart name othee bind hedratuare then.i and bailiffs. and lant, but not least, to the Ameritoeo u .... n-I -.t. h-_-I--.t.ll.--
and lyoutofth400 t difent known indwethisintrod tion e EpAto e p i nfdl i T i ... i..
ought to be able to flud one that would answer our a repprand proc aded read the jry hit v :a i i i Ci-
climate. The Garnet wilsll anwe fr late publisbed speech. Hin manner to the aeoual oh T o POTct T E ln at, o a

,- wll. stll ." o Answ rlfw f rn Clol,
ut teoy will not give much of a crop if planted server seemed as completely e "f-po seserd a- usualto l n. a l o , .. a. Iit rn r 11 I.o.
before February- au d even than should the winter bul t e n.t o be b atend t affeetin ci to it- A,_ .up in i g the .o ol- i o t-il uy nc F t l i - tt- l t theI ,
be mild in America we would have to take our. up only held iel a c control thronaih th e undoubted i t'e!,mth MR. J. All. r- niEEK t c-i nai.i t-, I ht. "nyti -,tof thA lan -:xietn.
before they were half ripe to tend them off.tBy' onlld cntedwihn thep ando obld ln. BEFEyhotSe lit-itO.;'Itt-2.
the time they an gaet throat t o w h aough with the regular peroce atw loadnere which the prisnaer hc t nll -t, i, -- ,,,.. t S., c. t t i-
cltourePelof t hey re oiu~ hantd allowi" the way thc iough. Hi excitement wac betrayed hy Iinan Poht.-to, l_ pi v,:. ... 1
them to lay on the ground moat e f the day alo ter a swn liuht hectic spot b igh t t uponp n g noeh ebebS ao hi For Partitcla.t please apply to k"H F .-0 y id i'. i E P Iei-n-S
bheiag d ng, in the bt aun; thott to boe Taithem an ustallp colorlesa tare tlid by-the I \n(adelioec-n.. t- l i B.Jn : c-E.o ge
aonce, with all the heat thenday' a d sun anthem ; an ationewithwhih he began andby he for nu lt Jne teelio IIe,- E.a J Jf ,i .' "., :i ,.. :., LR.-.E E
shake them up heedleasslty on the dao, whiet the tined wo l beab. aet th se thne iteweta toh ot- tor Ha ilton, Jan 3- 31.t, 18S2. l,. Ct1-o-tt. N. [0 i,-cin t. tg c B n-
monan of revolting the potatoes eveal times be- he merely uperficial eff et upon his bo emotions ao- I ., l. ; U,[ ., -- i. 'o ,u -i V.
fore reachin g t o t o the i r s t i t ural n ly incident to the OCCoeiuLti. or ibether it pr= t--lt - --f"i
an g they are placed in the hot hold of the needed f.rama deeper .......rand move cnvrp.weti.g hi- Valentinltlenepnes! oq,:-'i-,
andthea te y o har athentim n theyhare eoceihrd avof e flueuce, the true realization (ofhib patoato,,:, an at-pI" ."- '1' .! ,. \f '-.....
the water they are in rather a bad condition. I au o t. .oani l ad w ere vee w.. pleading f-,c tia tile it "te I l Q llley I P i. 1 ,.," .... ^, i tt., .1 : .
cannot ma why we allow our potatoes to ta in the re difficult to divine. Vhatevnr the origin or t c c l O I
-echaraltereeoethetieling. it finally coinedlb not-sen.RFAT A,-ItEliI it-i \V3 t ,-
mun after they are dug whena we all know that it. e r ay er oh eaer at ily oil e u o A ill.i Fid- H ItTIl i ----
preplyts their ysugepion, that poi rtin c hisieeeh ou have alwayseirved ,be Hamilton, Jan",. 2-11 :11; J !;. Si\1K ^ B BU o ...
I an in hopes after a while when we get thin t n one" e d e Hw a S i 5" -l.uO;. :I l ii I -it 0, i B
Agriculture Ball in a proper rolling trim, that our Lard, and wbalhor I hoe or die'bbe ebe daon_1__1!_]___ ou Ot
authorities will again be persuaded to allow 1n titat completely, stopped, tried to choke dowa the rising T veeds I I T" hi. t, I |i
lumping his thbtat. but ound it i an,,. ile to keep Tv e I Tw needs !., C 1,,, .,",II., V1.,.s C. ,.
great pleasure of having our IAgicaulturt May back a nenuine sob. Taking out his an dkerechiel lie a o t I In .i t t.I ". ena'
Faire as we used to have in the good times past. buried kin lace in it toe o em aeeotdt, aipeat bi Ti edt-I,, P '..- t t .. t
As far. ingis the bone nd si.newof oar.. ,untry, epe..and with.adeertO.nedeffortstarteled on. t.eHtie t o -iAIat iIl et L Ii r ii tIC nt-at
the pud into h bottom hefow It in too late. e- t hiome believed the whole frt wes ma uloatured.
fore our people had so much .Sltao a little of our As he proceeded with the reading all appearance t i i t -lT e Salo-yuea: n at houtl-.n fufS Rll-, I '-ai dii ... 3 :i. ,FFi 0 .oF tint.M.,
country's earnings beospent in this direar- of nervousnetsggradua rly wore off, and with the ut.. a r4CCth.n it P Ie 'UIiTR i't' itt .B. a. e, ,.1 .-,rf".r i r1
tioo, and Iam in hopes now that the Trade is built an ti,,n thati.d.erd O --aolon .y U D S n 1)11, -ONs t p 1 p .It I". f. .
up they will not need much a tntance from our the ludicrous the priuonor read on with ano attempt. Irotc Lotdon. via e o ai aLYok ; evpenialt c Se- LGiiEiiNG lit ,U[ 1.;I 1- PLI!I. Silt -"V-u- e t to
Treasury, and our Agriculturists will meet with n ar.yeery eooceit-atqe form ,:,l effect. hce r yCal ItIt &c..0 c
.eery attention : this is juot what our country At-oe.. time, pausing. he letnedt tonword .. Tie .... f t-e'.. iu C'y-'tp All .jz -t- ; i 01 a, r at A yA
needs to save it. We want to have our Say Fair;, and, euphaasiziug with hie, head and hanodi ,tid withJ M .JA ESI AY,E hT,.C HtE |S CFKR ,ilE stI-:d PtJ11:-, O -
and see who itl raise the best cattle, bogs, poul- an attempt a rat great ot-lywnityo cif ttern ... t" I tell ,!- t.I..... __-.....r,-- Stree.. .. -S .

-4- .... : t. .. For we opt-il thair onion bes.oo. .. ....PH ,,it o .- ,. -irate loot l9. toot. ten,]0 y.

ST. GERGE' H TEL,1 In this the cause of our slaughter, lBOX AND RnUM
ST, GEORGE'S H oTEL, onu whs thlaZeO -o, toes..., o o. (.um-
M .TSome men woul reet with lauher dg) e't -w io tg1 ._ U Poftatoes td-otaoe ,,-, .(.ar.-.lel.
ST. GEORGE'S BERIUDA. It in wt la o in Bible story, Superior Table Doorsnn enat7. e da30, to o :i) it-ta etS.Ct8. ar-
M. KENNELLY, Proprietor. When our .aviour walked this earth, At very Mode rate Prices. Superior Table o t 1. to e at s. ar-
Now enthroned inrealms of glory, W I ATSON R N A O I S i ik.-ts to,'l reierved seats to be obtained at
LAD)IES and GENTL MI- -N Viitiug .St. One farthing was the worth ., i the Oll.I Ml s, P oyol Irish Rife P-ospet,
Georye's will fiud Superior accoummodaiui at Of two of just such Sp m rows Pub ie Pier Store, Somerset. 'The lder .-ignd has alwa.lys (* nd i. />* ,// ,/.:,/ Ofm.e, where a plan
this Hotel As we whom your laws condemn November 5, 18-l. --:1H l.loI
J,..,uav 3rd, 18S2.--2 Moftilh He thoog a rt harrow s, I Bin qualitv .uperior to any i i na .!.r. : ,,l Vo I-, 6,"t hrt,r se Bills.
For HIa too cares for themi. Io S le a qia. .. to r i a.. I
And would ye then condemn them Fi '.--' .ltI ': pric et c A o e t aii titooi iie ti2o 4 'PT O" :: .
Bermuda Veterinary In- And ..t.. he ito m be thain, Itn a fon cdais, NE.-. ch ti ,th-b'" '3 f---
Bermuda Veterinary Ill- When His pure lips did name them; C N TE 1, 3 a: -.1 11 -S 30th JLnuam 1SS2.-3
firmary, Surely they should certain, -- The Yacit W T.I 1 1 t I/el-S-_,i--
REID STREET, HAMILTON. To mab a tender ,- Y p HarmonI"i-m forl Sale.
May wwiheart-toltpraisesrender A- ritE e t Oc t
TIIEODO!IE OUIERHI)lDGL, D.V.., Re- ToathaeTtine iid aboe. O.A. THI l HAMSONISUOdM,
dence, amil..ton,.i-.1),11. ...... : k L F_ t lec, W i
E.dre, Ilareil ut,, I __L, Residen e(,iiHam-f nh.ehs ", 'n -a ,l .n y. to eitheroI

-- --I." t" LG .'RI" : y t,,
Itli visit I,. ioeorge's Professionally on rueti- s a j0 'uiulotgccit ,. iS hA Ne-CS,
day p....fliea t. .pur;iag, sqr's. IN STOCK LT. PENIO E, i. ,.: u.. I 'S I IB AM,
'ill visit L omerset no Fridays At Royal Gazett" Statiomry Store. JBany.. i Elique t lt- Olt: of t hi l': per. W .1 ik, h JanChur.'h W rdens.
Reid 6t., Hamilton, January 2, 1882 1 Hauiltom, Dec. 20th, 1581. Jany. 31st, [82. 1tfuO lton, lueaember2tt,18nl. I\otaieh, South da 'ty ., 1 2..2


tEEKLY REPORT tOF TRE WIVATt E'a at O73 Wweo sled to learn that His EXCELrea ROYALa R ALRIIsE fEIFLEL. From the VIWes Ilndlie, D[cmleraraA:&c. The Governor inttimated to the Council that he
Gibbs' Bill Light Station at Bermuda, between Whe T aE GavrNxor hau stuI -ieuntl rea--ainedl his health tb.. The Atbleti- Sport, of ,- the al-ove took p)la- e ou. wao:in eommunicationa with the Secretary of State
h- ish Januarv andJtIL Fe.-ru.r,, ,I hei.,_bht al-...k be tl, l. to ho 9ld l mctiu tf M' l v'i-s i "t COmU il theCrib .ki li-tt Ground. Pr peje. t, .c Sturda l.-t, The PRval il Ste:IIIer BI,.t. Captain Shw, ar- in retereee to this matter and that i he wou ld say
theeawherehe e iiar iikBit, boeiu, -" fret. .t M.,tI t Ia. ust.u .nO Frid.i la t, t :le 3rd in-ta ut, cltur,- a r u t..s., t -p,t U..r Theeour rived at St. ,-,.-e' u a WVednsLay ni oruino last that the moue should& be paid buck to th, Tree-
Da Le1 T i,-.h sall the a Mcit.s..-. re .- r e-u .s v,ll .e- i out, the .t print aud hurdle ra.--, Ihav- fro'm Jatiai.-a, whi.h i s.,.-I st She t .a the 27th ul- A sur, Lte (tha e Governor ai surged the Board that it
1Its14 11 a I ELLENCV h1s i all",o been AV1 le. d inin the au a t:-trafuight e 'ent. s a .-l ruea.. were time. w,..,l be i.ai1 tie foilwing day after such noti.:
S0 I 1)it week, --, -..e - a-a.i.,le, o l. l iiue-,s rand we ,tv ,l b,,r the scivei-ns- f ei ,pttiters .u. s '.,.. iu.ii s'hs aw with sl. i, kiudo -snt .' was given.
.i 1 i, .. .,,I t....d t ibe a ble t. w hapt hea r.. .. L uetstherel ,i u tll t in the lttr, ill- J' piNpers up the th ulti.mio.. fr The Hon rbl e Michael Solomon asked the Coo-
1882. u Io g taoneralieearki.sst. 05,. a c iI-.... ite als-t-. t sce l et Is.*d. ea, ib ee et a -ieut .ss- o f Ilseu aptec. i andour owa (s x-5 hais.u a e Its. wel-m- the follow- s Tial uecritary, wbethaerlaiu moonae dthu t-a tu
L -Eo O.T aiE -BER EEI-- Jate-u, Lies S t -. siwal. Bns l-, H. Welnn a d sau-. muchlhad beas skenout e ft le'Pusblbi Treasurv,
BAM'Loo mjH FBesaf-[. T sasst..r ft ac ittss ese Mts, Nsals- Mt. Si. Noh.,ts to, btin'the BflC a of Vice- th pey the das se cnd cui steo tecovIere in luh-
Io ---- --s- --. -- L- --- SOCT. toou, .oCol) Ser,-IltsI of Cmpauii.-, and ol e Slt r- Atdmiral Mtist ..bk. arcsompaiqied bv I I. Ship, IFl.ra ei oa-.
A tL rq9 -n ce sns I '.eeiFint a s On Mo'nl, eniov en._ th. 3s h ult.. the <- .eral .'aut au-l us-v (--,prp -r c s.r C.m Msnf. Starter, ritfo,a ratome, antd Dido left Barbadoes on 19t Tl eu oils c ryepedTa oym nt
ge'.tiIej AeBI'ER hadnheeo scads. bat therebhost rlbeo00aseoe
Pbr it I u t e n.(.ctin of tl at,, v t.d Sso..i.-tv tp uk s ,ab at. Lieut. Start. td.., a et. Selbv-Snth, Li.uts. ultimo for Gr ada. Admial 'li o had been ade bt there had bee an ad i
aSTO Ua i tE 6 1 3 1 .0 -ia P-' F "E the- Tosu H.R11. [issailntPn. Tse l,sli notih- h l.ere.- 0Leary, M. WlN.b it, au-. SscaucxrI. The principal ps eviiouslv invited Antigua, St. ItKitts, St. Thomaa on f te Governor who wa reeapousiblo
31 i 465l 9 ,- 's's of sd w rstp,.uded t.. A .. t r.- t tveat' l .f the d:b-as e twl re tOf,.it e .e, Mi- 1 outs-atr-cLl, 1)ol ius i.s, aul St. Lucia. Lor l t tol ptio.
%1--e-T. Bt.1',1d pA ft ub r-s t t l (ifth et-ta -li f Cofpt- huen',f the- Tlhe Hriorae bl.e M ichael Solomon then oae ote ioe

ao,. 'll fai :e."e7 ec C7,sis.sbta aws ,re hls t ent the e rls Rib s. Lhs,.e ra.e Str cau,- .,er al,,. ata'i hl c. t-r s iaa i c.lreauc Apuctic a bo s th esteh t i theil th Qe u othe albawie aa metisoar oe tmse tian
661 -i6329.7 -1 Thisek,, aly Jones- D.D. Bit op fN xfu.llad aBlpBr- race.iaed opf.sna- Be- cf wa rs. In topt oTla W, :eIOwn lReb- w L i B .nt, re..l sat ioed at Jua ia That the Cdousil wouldbot ha just i ied ion et
ETeWpudPlst o nsa dar tahsi il,-s J. F. ,,ph. pe -aDrg,. l i tas eI ser---elc, b b sd reehi left te shas lao u-it an f fr T ri-ue-lad in t -h e P. h S tami o. the co th e retu recovered in the Floreno eau e a-
Tabe l a .R ) Y arl, cand J 1. o aner. Vt_ x-itin- fLis uLieut. t. Weua s-u o ;, r, ,on ts 2i-n ', ith l hi ,, to ierea.-,e thle force of aiut th e ia ere r.

Tile E CY T,," GO ERN O R. Dar rel d Itt e ,, -i.o ,f w s pr I sd f- thl tilt' Jn Cod'Xt3 EHPt ue-y a fit f all Livia S. 'o-wart. t em ara iuf w I lta e ts toodt the Govern or.
S( ND ....... The es .t., i, o ts ec,.,-rs, tts.'Jud-e rseitha.iscprf..stfrsose ross .. it..... S' er white s.i.. tll a itlwa feared thattu .e Tbatthe u
lAFE I ( azeltL seq..ueed iaa LordIiahl eiti.s.s wrei, tl i --. .. I t tails ca. lu i le irae l.Ctal ap ba t r s thc t l a epe -ti .n ts o ule a thte a Car al I "" T t rot ppetitibnre lh a uFl-
N tookuah irau.the tssic. o -i u (illeba s .d tthe R-. .irk lp, two .f theis.,eae it up. Pit-. H-,naua eas o n o aald osca. eoce --f h oet e upa d he would e
Jam.s ,-a ope the M, .-ti e" iit e ler, re. t fb.:avur Site i t Ltb ..- t ert -hut fet. Co. s. lu, ho solution the a reon.
Hsi LEordop. i a fo R t ebri. o a f f. r. pfif is v ,- e r kpt aosc b htlf sb- d,- a rd u enar, till ithi a Th e s oQu'.tra til.- -rttri ti s saI a r iea is n for gO the la b lIt r. Miehael Solomon ahed the C.
J, s plkti ts tr i 7 8 ear, ta -e ftsorth. e -apptar-t r. :e,.-_its h rc ha nrdc 7are l b.:-f th, tape, ra, l dN cp a. gaioe s a as -auantct Barbadoeitlease tu y awithd lerasn lonialySecretaryt whether any sums ofat o eyha
__________ __r_______ a .'sa c ,l3a Tuc a-Tr titdad r a0i re y b arll ed fhIot aonly opi- Sa.L Pox.-- eti.til.fe of thi, dretdoful bee paid outof the Treasury iutheoFler
.. E aiousa c :ticu in. s t oe aT.. -ph ct ,-dt ra U ,It n t hel u-.- d sad tbirA,". f t o it a w diseaseab,b-i hsroue a i ll,.. di isfronttc the aill rooe, and if how m uch, and under what aw
COLONIAL S RE-B TARY': I .Fc Is.atile ao euterslrio last. Tisth e scr er e ra,.- we: e ll outest- S t. aite n hm.ria -whirel d ith i- p ievailiu l tI d a- o ity s aun was withd
H I r TOr T i The bu-siauiluf the meetiu. to -as tlb-u peealed pt- c.r i-t u sucldcis c-t saits a ry a Ti ertec al brmg cx e- i- .ctru 'Ic -el ,t tht b The Colonial Sp c.retary replied, that a c ada-oe
w ith b y- 1s, L aL la- i sa :.,listn .. a c11 t s is e Is.reta r v ra Ic. a-,ro u ht g -ssti s ,. ss cl it.. .n d n a e, a av cx w h,, l A tI s. Ut ,- ,l .:art a i ,-if ti e:- t i-c i e ,la .i h ta.d b .een i ad e in th e- u te re at of th e f i e rall
T I TO EXCELLENCYXTHIE GOVERNORs hsel e. M r. s we s ho r-, e tBa t. 'pe-tln Ba- C .id E in ry ,1 it al o a. to being auno ionfitedsotate., on aeat. d Tie bu amout o te oi at, i. IN
ti-ca- ai..vase5 to tip aoilr Thc-Re, wan .-.. t,,-.sttl, t wh i. :l.eti : Ave- t ldIaa sc htehi-cb i Ti T-ltolsa sh .- ecllsi itust-an 1 the 'lt t oci n thit ao a- di d a e h,- v me
ln, n u .-. . t or oti rit of the Governor.
To be ACTING PO Ul E CONST ABLE ts. St. Gear- p -r '. lbsthe Ble-r Is i dea.r ed M Pe. B -'tlt. l:-sr- tan, R. -I Real a b I ua ns ti-.e B -ait. BM sp Sii- arle h S. on r t rac s e at tleak rnpr thee
g e 's v ic A M Ra d ise i cs e d p s s l. TtPa t -cJr ,- L J . 5 1 1Bs a ts h h c--safi o mtI It s R.t l 't l. t .. R .h re th e s len r ,l plap is i k Z ar,1a0 th is a t i ltb u- e- s Nero l a l rs e e u s tcN, t, l l i a.
R. E. W EBS4TER, ultail; ucaeeo se nl a M .ctsIl S. ue c.etanli-ljr. -,cbe s aN. dO fIetainal, -- ic t MSIe o s ,h A ,owreemploey-. t here was no question before there P-)srd.
t in1Sea t r y e.rieta .. hal th ,,,.j c,; .1,, : froi all-part- of th, -.I,1lltn,. ThemlR.1. R.aBtU The .-. nse -ctstreasatureexpedition.fro.-,aut-i,:-)II&, 14en ease, were ma ; ve r, i. So

in (_ K rtnj ,P in the itinher of ine-niber-3 before ;in ; thu following o h M foll y bt; they were ,IIaI d
Ain,'rea-e-1 t ions t he unbe o f m ber_ b ef ore au ..n,,p.A th,'.,-,e u,,,n ,ti thlt- qliot.t, M 'r r 'r.,ft w' ll .. frd tth.- 23rd ,. n.. ,er h u aurte ; ofder.
Ct ,RnED., eatlob i cs made toi the Letis,tere for an A, t o alit- t prizes lthe ese-ral winter,, -wheu all di,- o.older,-ne ue ,: a he ou ti d a e
Februaryl--'.lailStreeaer Oritoo,), Fraser, Ncw T'orkaic artb.e Praise r, Sic ,. .T.t d,esid.utlyp l,.aasd with a gAlsi dat ter i s eb -,sbjsh; aulirI-s lUll isy a Ihe
917 a Lt pe,*atolea. 39 baax-lzn t Alte h135boeMres beia sutonder. Mr.W. H. Trett. a Is-ai 'i." -sasc itl att hE R T'H RO
4Ae t, eo m,54 emptasN rpl e, ,b-a ,t. Is- I t Sht this p hed-.e -I tq Th fu e itt a e sllowin,_i mthe ait-stail at" e ts. :- t At a i a i e aw, iOuF, -i eta t- P S D urs H E HR o W
4-Norweian Barque Viva, Creislosarn. New York. s)ymplthy anol d .pop tiu t,r -iftheI lbs,:tj- uhi.h Is.,' -tell a,. P.s,-sIt beat. IHoulla 1, Brwu uar.rativ, -Editeaslbl A ia-;Prter. is a musst hu-.alihful I)D AR MR. ED roP,-It seemPH to me.t o p
CUSTOMHOUSE-ST, QEORGES, t the a t ould ii v w. Prol:..-uer, Mr S. D. Rob. 2 5 rn. 2rd heat ,. M Sheeuac I. es r pie,- of -work."e "ab ple are on the right traek at last, on the Steam
ETT-c.Eason t S uodl. re, Ste S. PaSrk r.b s enr. 2;o.1 Pwu. Final, o ,tnl u 1, -o S cbeeno, u 2, A p ,.u--ut of theb. Staudardt t-riti uz tsr.o a question; they cean ot stau d the pre sure aoy
February 31-LiBo-wricnt Shsip C rterion, PBuro Lon.eT, B-is. 5Pae aits- ll u.-u adi. -*C" B a ro StnI B u o. ll u ny ..;e:after Jaui, a if ete l oap er. It to m t fo t l
tL oo s, o-bsjesi et.a ea il itect- P,. cs-Ial s, 120 tl.--a fiitl otS-l b heat, Me. th- 'h s -ll't ao t ftersr- ,itepea i. u,:-., t Ate t j-ea, the'-whole country ismi th fa r theto t fe w weoa
don aforNewYorkl av,,ueral,.: htgo ;:inldiutres .- iu o the ls.,i,:,ey,-v,-htc-hithsi ass---p, -I-I-,,.b the Sheatau1.otBitus2a ; 4 rau.alnetaiaat,mHoa ,et aro.
A a euo ,.4J S. ulp o. siti a, i io d i a asd pi s eb iv 2 ; 3 ra F inal, adsh e loa a 1, H sua u eIt tinte r st b fore it i too la te. In theoo s ws O re
3-Britih StBri ease I H-'. at, ta Pasta R ica h5 a ais- and (b.?ccar? u '- --F1 oa s ace 1. werb. Fioi at, S it... sccli, HJ.saa Ir toae l a so Ie-at' ts se lbs cassut w-u i u e ee i iuiou. teoaer nos pate
geanatoJSa l ld i is Ss l A-b:t, o b-iad. ,e. c rroue.-,uN a uisPts).2-d ,,, tB :.e6 1 b20 l ta,.i-uu ser 10 year.,of age-Ms-. e Ig2FGa. wb he ah l et i lt beteit eouriuoteadatwh ore r
EAg.eot is Da rrie All O.N Ope r t t h' -attile-a a -p.a- ii d c.a ,L-sited asu tce r es o hi P lowni augeris tu hate sectionsunder e
mee -xri .,f ,opl rii 1, Pt,? 2.,,,-Commanding 11. M'.' Tofpi in to e ,VWesta Iudit.q t pheir t ow sl vo d them vat r aw pi es no
w laceF a F t a, J aa'w, N.s E aell I t prpoe tiote ts ald p -e -ut a .Co.. 1 f misiuaIattee aai ogI S C 3 rpa i -oe 1,h to Llbs Set td 'a s o. p:Ta. us t a st owh ats irodwethe mwa
January 31-Barkentine Sales, PeynoldsB ed. p... tde Pc e pur t a tits g-u i .:ra a dp a ly. .,be-at E- B P eat h -." "Fee beat -D. enb c-u bie us -t liiet a Jatea c.eta d ch a llow them to ship for us, and make i pats per
wick, Ga., ballast. Tbe Righti B-. ..ChairCeom i h o at lbs adt sa s s. 1 tl"(- elit .. hA"- F t P. t E." n t o, Sht u rde i thbRP. f. C-. -totRe r '" Don" cent., whish we aould save. I trust the Corporatio
the Book d bes atidaopeun.o trs. ohss:,ibusest, sil~esa. ,:idic au1"Feebueat "tohoist hi-a fibs lbit cturtl'scd at the forls ma-at uWill let the Shada pga freas nd encourage cur
AcsArFEt.s. rati-on. Thereupon pu is Ltr it wact pleila, s Vto '. I. o. i.!f ,,',, it.,. 121),m -- tid, 1.--hs co b.ead, batihh wesa at le it h .ei t a t en -i
In the hapticil St sem r b oe ea Tso Thu...dap lti, f .m bfrib hi s .a.neeaco- i bec a... a ...a i.. T,,tta 1. Corpl. ife 'SergSct. 'A -lilter 3. Purt R eval a 5a s ut' t Af..... H..t.S. -s Pb ca oui am No let ousa seouramaSteamersne
forc MeuaYr.h :-?Sir. ands hfre SW. L. Chureh, Mi-a Sasehe- Tb.T Bes.s Lacab, Subs-r, ac s .usd -ar- SI. b'. C N(I .y,-Seprt. J. IDaypu I, hoCpl. Tot- -the uard-sbip Ifr the da -palled saou'sile htle time, while our people are, aroused, aod let oar
E. W. Darrell, lrise Doa Gt ray, Sloi .bl tsae l sia ec of. cihst athi D s, toc whic aratioa, d S hu .r- tou epbF2. Corll. Fifse :3 t 5 ;3ra. cc, assd lit.,ffif-er in tharbes -.f hbe edi- aieeus etos, the watc se, a ugh Fire-
Lee, apt. nN. .ii tenog,,, t Ieialoa Bri .-s,,,t ,. otler ,r, paid thr e r n-trat.C i. i- :tnlI an at I ,;,,.' I., f ur all over 15 year sservi .c--B etu1 at -epon,,,ttingul ,oder.el, ,:,uvt t e ebran a.we dubbed, wedo not intend t f
heaI ,irs. Jale i,-,stcn, E P 1. Cutllr, V'. A. uh--rip.u tioeu. Corp Emery 1, PIe. Irwi 2, ,. 2 rt.-Bu c:r tu t of Co mmodoreB- u tos Captai, u Woolard, their ilAh e OW beyond th ti year as it o
Atee, F. T. Fritlh, J. '. BauL-tln, N. ilDarell. I t was proposed that thed present Cosllnitt:.etut hs ei ao Ii 50 a u. s b u ethat Ii,? would beh'ta euugbh o h auld dowu the ptyeIifedarge 0 o u
2.nt Caei,,--Kearney Colden. ,les:ted for the i.usrnt reau which wau sad.aptued H,:,B P', Byaes 1, 4 feet.l7' iua Lisue Cri Moo.c ai e l th ibu ther ut cod fithe to pulsy the mill ied anohtweo I u o se th earnae-
a-cuaoiesnim su --Mr. Sausa. I Btrh. of St. Gteorhics Fiffe 2, Pte. "i'he.--uaced. etake ncatebts:bye bsth s-- bossivri t. ucuReasube m,'a .cll on our people that have a spark tsoveory
Tlh i PILOT (" VAeGl AN)V AND CIPTAIN P, i .-hIwa nit iuated adRi-eleted ai aal ui Sio V i.'.t ..-h -Crd. '- P le. C lon 1, PBands, eucurieGe ,- ar e trnI d .. the Coaausslierat.Refa r tuA b Pa s- their ou try toube up and doing at one. I cle
immeSAFtEel loo h i to w. 1. f E l.T.; u.C ut e,:.ea* ed. S. npl. ]-toua 5 ru.f like to know what exeu-,e have we to ofere or ot
SAFE. b t 1 s h uA vote a f thank.. ,Hi Let 31stl son 5cc" s t. o tosiJr- S F-G ab-o.! Iw- .S Wate ei S ae a i le Jaac ae opec he She toNa t wha teas eo swo Lraseso o aeerdo ro "a
The Captain o ,fthe- elnonr Eo, H .\K Jh, .fom for the o.-l- ,acr iu b w ich h- d he e. *', Poi ea-st.s- 0 ile, R 3 i. 1 tato, w et t t u a t p a- by oa reins beate r eWf owi Wt e steae plolo y that
New atl the.ilsm t ..tbto l dtib. 291 Ith .. thesd iti s. lf e ctair, to w icbhh bhe res...s io ,i Mte.Alset o lit,, 17she, bds a t T et a6sbtpa sd b o lanc s a ueoUa elo iiu.-s. e e i e oa l ied cla t o Se am t,... .'n ,,. .bt
bet. reported w ha svits, ubeeso wet tb' u -r step i tad tt,,cap eei dug B a t 2, 1 7tu 3 h 11 ei :lph; I i. Sq oai r-t.teatta. urnoa. .urte the s,,Levnion df the for- c.a e -a o that Steam ic pay ino tey
.elat hisb tSbe as -seamas.tuhu h a r e t6-1, and i- )b- Aea -.a av u att T & '..,15,)1, W rd2 :I I a td t, liv h D n er swh u by the Cessewts he s ho sce and th c .,soc'et uihn ot bot t or tho m
Mlth !n a wret.hd Ieontl ition nf'i h'd n o. Clt in th deva teit'. Irrheav preot,, l na- a n ukr .Tutl.t. c N o t 0o t. dug Thr was c aceI lsof 0 iio-lA ttyb tolFccpm t om an I w t A e o stla o s
stla.e peer.h "t. "eR. hr.h weif.'3. "nl the"Fornrce EPORT Pi- T E 2, R. Ir. Rif. 3. f t r- oa rdo thllo ea re ta.e a proeeded for the Government an .d our peop le tr,
hies ,n u ad u i r s,,,les at he "ut11 lA-eItn Ti hni se- T Mit .eetiu. swa isthe .-b-sed 1-y ate ,i-ls .a t A -l I Shes Ia' t to.-H i--et i-e t5tis et.shs ot Ftao ',,,ol ty reo liaut k ef rec ep rse
flain, A full H t,-reot i",v :atimu v.ellnttv of Il ia oy.J ithe tise Bea.i :. ti ,,n. 5 ..7;. e Dtnn. I -,tartd u The .tterP ea rts, t -,e ata u ar an iu Steamyeert s hal e ere a 1tre of oaitiu gtotake noesaarta s grea
from the tslsao h A isacete Florida aill 3< I. re- as s ; S. r1 -e r L. .a.. th.-rii: nd au ord er r.-utatiu. eth atter ca gentlemen ae reba es toonl s e u-l ae they m l t
f r.m wl hi h we taks tle. e hll.,I ung.a uiu d .d i t el vaftss or th t. osueral t't- i:.tiu a es o C m tsr. ,L t t l-t. S h hus e o s tn, R .E .. 2, S.i lr Ka,, r o r f r ei aeh i th ee e d ti o
()a lilt.rll iDe p rnb ^r. Fer 1,uda wa l 40hted ; And n witt- , witi x Paiehl. w ahenthe ',llowin: d t-u- ,, /..,', 22,l, t /.--Li, ut. H. N,-t 'nIt a 1.,Lieut.o |,ive-A, tir, "So terlin-o and hisoFla-Lieut. C. ',. -ll w -ant i:for a few f of r e ric u
at 1 o',e ,ekB that dayebt boat ;,et s caste ;t Sl-a01ue,1sh. e cte12tail.,,rtht ts st vf- at e ar 2 L. t. seer t. r 1 at tn iea it 3 dis s ru.arrie at J2iea, ,u the 2 I s rt1t- b e t t t th ,ralia ma tieus ipht tbr h ths n fo r
eabeen uodateetes .ulassur aptiro Ia th o red the.SDesLaisuae. i- a P.t.i w H ct pu Js cBall is moft -iooe, ps enthsced a aistath Flo. d 1
Tro ha.. .And a otr t,'qrP1errin, o l- t 'o tht i ,t,-ll.- 1 n 0.f i r..a.ot : M aer k o .Jamese. 1 A. a .. .tr o,e 8 ,-Pte. Reily 1, 2h ) f,-t ot. 1) ,.. Pa -fie vi, tPa 't ,ittheir waty to "Euela d the h'tul d la not t alo
immediately took her in towl kt2pni ..a h yr I abea i I-- S. P.tarke r Sen- uIle s Mer. tior b-l. ouhun 2, 2'`Afet t.2 in .he Bo.taAcur s.-Pulhlih l 1 alth ,f Barbados i. report- any o a- person e sas ot e tha tue Iare attin o
clothe hee. S heaT e q al te .1o. te r ,, a d. onl l.eb "e i r e t es-pte o" u. -. .u r B er ud a T h e stam e o a e e t
Pc1 a b-an.olreups oe usa u tiel .....e ... .1., ie Jutlld, tl .l wF r er. ...2 P t 2w, th".-pRo ic si3 o t u as being tex. levt, up moe than half nfwhat the teanoier w tro
c sa ,l a,% p kEctleb.ut hochier ac i ila. I :-!r. E. C. Jakou. et-.t. e t .1- it,:r 1, i n.B The Bartaeu inst opplaino a great oi s in their as the builders wouhldb .e glad to let theo ote
windward.nd, cd h-. struck several tlie. The acon- 2i- ,t -r.,R SirM (3. b-caI.h ah r,-,(-/. d ianc ,. .t.,1.s w -t ltt Te, seeil i so nseoues tat p teanlo ve-si sopo reu d- stah d for o tui e years at 3 per i ent, by oi oi n s
tinued bcisteroaqwith a tresc. Asea, oa..\t I olos k, C. N. GibbouQ T. 1. Bacs deP J. Barrett, S. ParkeBar,ssh, a Ito I .. cet resuuraiuc ctae ci thestrad ostch pecati,,l se4urtiy eohe auauapLrsIwVhyislewear bso
the caaiu l of t he Rliianbe. fearine" his bi hosta e, act te h ss u i sdat thati-iaudt: ce el w a t o c wes bo
fsur s d cut h hi. bawaoer ao e t o listeaed away fro t i lter. T.l itabu,".' T.Psseaer M sus sA. Ra- breath d Nb t alt eet t',vc e j pees t ,e s i e. ei se bjectd t and g t o e besur e t th fsteot hin u f boatifr tat
eh.uoer, o which she earriedo heaoy press a of eAnas nt. Di e ctiuck er and N. H. Trute of th -, duty. There wes a doR.,ere-se of taons of sail. is what we reetip oeed for our peris bl i ti
and sue eedeed in weatherio la the rel lawls wer t 11as. O'.'lre ,, Navypa,. f pulled tile: est a r. sesi lc Lfull I ss ao se'etab- She shouhl ohave cue o aest
th Dn put to the putnp O, which we,'e Hept ortt lUFAlr aud won.
coered that o e ibaltb e%,eisRl asta ,) thir-ia filse.. as%%i wh swabme eats, the dieren,'e of cost might. not b sopea
ar ,orehirie with no hopeob favin.ebr. 'l he TileI ,amittee of the Berkeley Educational So. ThetuStesers ,. ,'a isud a. iN A CANAL.
loty, P oI f r rtivd their rendunnua on t ,rtLt*e hi..,itiou ouivturturday 1w.t,t, I hrini ag to but wouldd pay in the long r tn. Let usF tI E
weahcr 1,,vaard were vi, .e aturbAnd t h ie i the .TtnttIo.y iup es s ea th ech .d A ousl Repoat H silt_,n fromn St. Geor s ;-u fI ruld;,In -u ib d, T The ,Bisho faan ta o r a d or usual re'o take in starting, on too & a a
to '_'.)hoa bfah.-e',aws i.iecHmsdtosrtGrhtu a satdThe Pt"h..p ,,Pbutfosesath;ksfsyl to tilapGiverapeordolseftsetallhpupioh ,oodgr Letoa amtee
eawI h.r cabols aw, ili'al f.t-s.-r to.- I -vtile hb,|,, %hicha'e:atttesleftslsirfstid dur. Stilitreutalrtlual etasautoabate lwtesutathe.Slrk at "' apthaJsaucarg, at El perder,uwherelaagrandddyica-cfailu e ande g atdircoraged :remembr ar
I c o c 't .r ,t e c in., e ( i, s u t od,, b w ., ,at s t b su t s. s it y .a r Tts e o b j tis. o f t 'e e S t h ut y h ai n gi s P rot pir s : t a n d r e t t stiu c -t a s t b i u e s a ,.es i e a t he m it e a e a p ht a eir, u ,at a c i tu e u .l ts es b es t ui t he o
wa-erh u- robi r,, Se dasl. shie, adht ls.-a lice 1-I etb e snouahi c or prshoaisentid Tbete usre stheaPubliaievenbaiu.escThagsls-.s-Io-anctdtttosrthi ffordedsWilliuwehorarFmPnIr liaiselPaw
b h a c 0 t aanI ul l c h C st b gm 1 B CiIl o Thes- Rwasaa general strike antiongpIthsspo e t ,lab tur s Ir less bee

and ":n Ihe raaunuonWthed 21st we wcoretfallen in with 'nol eiuIi lered the bect,.trtaeotothet purssl,-,toabaug. h imenthers of tc e House of A assembly tha i a
bele tl, El,, Ale. Sim S in lat. 31 -', o t3 u';' n eu ,ts withtheaid seth S-nyachts wereo, ard f,,r thRa... ad-ertied n-il. p yiou for the people to own the boat, b
teatin on o.ta.d ciendehalc s r a s ealssa.aTc pern po ssr of ,"fie a Fshd -Itist0a .i pu tc I p1c-sso- IXI0iC hs decidedly thought our country ought toafurniah
ca1- toe-_h--adas..__t- -atiu te ttpi- Its--ie0seuone. Heusaid aon vshemeo will be better hau the

frst ........crl, n e a -e ay lcta oby Mr. \\ iHliam .e... the H...i.age. -er... i. ... ario ; she ss t I L.. a. t ".... t..... .. ihewiset meansino thematter. HeI assured the
It rI' ..' ,Ia 1110t. TIILh 1A k; XY\- ,. .:l,..dA III Itice rii.I I rk.-
&hd k iUdlvIoVl, l tO 6ur offic"--- has, during her four year-' absce, visited early I a aet. councill that the Governor and the Govein et t R l Gazelle
Stin TaddsifsSepheoi, is, Captain Ternstrot. frut ev y pto srt r- a th ,a of A et Les th ,lur tice-af t awo L u t, nil ba t he Gt oi ero t he ad oieetesto o th ti itat Be sa w h e-ro t
aaboiom a her dsmal stl- t" wae so t I i ticek L a taud uo tsoie hoepcreslhi sc atl hrr i oedty. eo m te o eeti."fte eoeouc
r .5daAe a.U. e ui to dull Rive r, di iec- from Gtmltia on the W ,t to St. Lu ,ia o t von ouw h r t. u e GCuuil anrd whe sthe muoutter s d he bco u ft p A e eci l atin oa- lo m bersoe, hef Coui T u .-
Iso arn- emkc s 1a S iejry tha R UastC a r. Sh e eedued it. Jd er itfoi'l -- t riditi atston dute notice would b given to ponor-
lo hip ad D !e iands-otheHeltCsocat se tencdta ad. -au u sie a Lbnve dt eeternead, lystra.ned aiad ts e dstbgbtthor 1114 o om nd.d F T i-i qe ti .f ti lt o up T G e o ad cit., far theLp ais
til,.thyoayeesbicrecu-a av v -nuce ogsetceIjacuac
eeltuop. 0 ,ltecy .n.,r.i.ats ai aife at o ta u a t wheel for tis ltt F d l h eVs i tl t ae a o a scile b s"e cu.e s u1 s t h., th able members of) th e ma [t beate twe ta- R- e i la t tl 1tu ., the &uroasco-
17 hur. Ke-tc awarsi ,r Bern, ec tda Lat. L. en. pasete fromc s the 'ca:, de Volerde pm, stin-s ,in 2 e1 Iivi Send ie w, hrhnUhe an tel awi res. The wouMcg ete S otiehia tio to come- eeluri R e
51- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ toc, 0-cobcoceuobsatseteeab atb br-a-s e rtsctelotoaquirI ohsteilt r[bactiost he, Thy eI boodethauho s eree offered soth s
61,; and." a i" auhoassliucebeh aeucmtfloyed vnriou,eyc onlthsle Noreth tub re, I-c tlilreqr ta ,,tt TIc- frets the farthestuecudof theristand, iSHgIN. W Huabpadetads.,cee s owmfered n ot e
LTh eo euroeO .i d-,'i oo f s t e btt ttla w ss a ..l a No IV. A, po i..ted o d Se W ulL .a.. sboSpitu. i 1.0t ..t,. su ldhh .... l .i. "o f ....L Si...rr:. f t T tlone l tr .al asc roie ....iop W rkhad(-e ....ith de owbes sin.
aie tn a direct line, p 197 mile, and at a rio" on the eet Co:,at of fria de tatiued 112 dfirn tuh ,.d i h in ',_,rer r s Bills o iii the next order of the day stood ai the ta r,:,u ed or efot aith sa sso
about 11 mie-i pe day -ED. I. G tmes, a-f -. the 1rest ilti%) ft;erma, p.eM. had beru doue thao the Rdonet pat t
abofu .4 miles peedop oreE h time. a, cat Ien atshe -t o o5r t 1 i amn of the Colonial Secretary, Vic. : to move tatSpiot ela et c .
-" travel rs i n -e odiosit ,e of 4-3,5.auss n ile s, ou sof w u.Ofits-as . ..b5 h a u utils d r sol eit iu t oa C om m ittt e e tp prepare for the 0bs e ..: so n, t hss l ll m i ug uso ti-
Thc i'scoitiiep ..botiy abet athe eoma: c la-aaouade taioc Outflt70sbs (.sy t...i.-. the whaole C. ucil. oiu E Ot of th ty 1ll 25 ,he..Cull. the papers retating to the ou a.-t0
Therad i is t, every prosbability rvl, t thatr thee ,Steameremainswh ef 3 Elli,,,,e/... ...... .... th.w oe.....o.te.aer.e.t.g tote ,nt er 3d nhee aevr po 11it ha he St 4.5 10 n!ew a erai l,,e u o hee~h .'.,....... .....3 12 2
Bhcbcso de .laal acdos atr ba caecudeh ioi th i ,, ,, h r -tu s w h s n- pti ......... s c ap t left aE- n- asrshete Floreaoe. Thst a| oct or Sovurein Lady Queen ietoriadall

Ivied wl ret M urnito Lu don inrieo n f, ralee oi ~ 4lur~. ......... ..ibu iiiuii o auihcroa eta oenro oBhm s 2etir t.5 e!ase other "wa noF otornc. befor Roya Boardv there tle lob lieAN and et
a luauin lass ht e os.h wl ye .. The Alial Secretary si ad, that as hc bat al- lb Royat FP asity, slley log e d y t
scia -c, 15 sc lests, aod fivt n arie f ber-essrigiual cead itiuated,he wauld now ask leave to post- Ss -pt ,-. ti ,ibeltkhs ty oau d t ree re liion.
COLONIAL DEFsNCES.-The Ccmmittee oa C C,)- emplemoeot. ser preoeutaptaio ii sth fifth ,,i- CIVIL, SE nVI(" u\IOWoS Pso co TRE Ce- poeolt. wotica. Dat aches mould he eien heb Tha Arosaso the P'y "
loial Derences bave determined, it isa-aid, to insti- tacerwho has b o asin cm sau-.t. There ha-ts ssen LONIES.-tb--'I ? qlcetioS,) t ,1 the at'ehlbisnneots of a it wouldbe broeuleb tip aepai. The tis-t an--e sscd CocoSu:il may thirdelibrtio
tuteal completee icverligatio i lith eapabilitiea of four laoter, fit e er l inec eer, (foou seib-lJe oteu t, SWidowal' Futdi orl sbe beafi at heIb. aseohere ,i, theI [oome eltercatiou hetreetock plae between the be f,,r the welfare of the a,,utran tithe m ata -
our i, reign harbatr-, &C. Lieut. Coldel NV. and three ptunuers, but yul aue lp-ayntstcpr, ,p- V Ces ivil ( rtiS e, whs, eh subjselts sa. I.,teip Reoacahis George Solomen, Ci-rge Heseer uo a tios .
Caroacmau has pro-eeded o a tour of inspeetio, ps:,bated to hlar during her cswccin-i-,u.s Isis easelst h e oIbr auIti)s t, ticA. ,1 tse 't, e os abs ta S bai..r eI SoTilc, tie Lttor-i Gencrl al C.SasTe Bilhtp aol Cle-r clay t h ay e li..ce-stabtio
with a view of ala ing a reports sla the be-,t meaus of ust, that the etc:uua depstrment, of tia .- ,1 bh. obese i ios ,epruc u s d K b,.rt is t ,,s to w,,-thi-.ritb itwa e tnt for a .rassd.tsae -s e relae hrietiaubUsiy
at rlecfuauiu dntecing our e olouiea l noeiseaeaions, hula., n-vs,- b-es d el dc-ta fobtr c e act' e,: e.c -lteisa- e "tau-s s:-by o --scsi I s, d" rca-eSeat bet a atad Ia wiebthdcaw a usothon cifa lu sis, S ss,- 55, csat, tlctsleced- Bs -hcd
b61h br foltideaioanms Pod subtuarine r Col. e,:. s .i:.-.I ;i,.,,i I,.. :.t, ],w:,./IIS 2 hi, tue ant.b1 itoed a,,-eb he .w ih h h ,, iv n n tie itu tth o se to
hs~hytt~eilcacdsoocosaests~sca.Lot "a taKs-,s si-seaI/cad tbi otoastsall -waseaacndetipycsi-h,- tIhe osbib [,hcliuugiseo otise 'jiltb Ii esfasls eSec selsatettcu ttalhe i-
Cseosss6aaiscit hsto th ohw os os:c ,ithb Btittis-it,,-,lleh the wseclehsoatutil. HisM E telluo-v the Govesnor c t. seat. all thel.ra,-el- esihr a t td sa -
B.uSl ")., Ssi es, Barbdo-, .Ji ,a, rt-cic, Thi Spiy' MinIl sister of t.he, Cd llnies has in- Capltain Lee-, CU.11. t_(i., well take ui, l app,)ict- ru b-sc1 that t]o oetu scobld be witlh'a u ansIud that o 4o o uccc LuLble. adL a J t
,pc- c pewl Mauritcaa, "ricsomalee, c.a Kog, struesred L s, Lb o611u1a horitise to cabolicsh corporate melt as Goverhocur at the Rahamas on os0nextL oonth. He i as there was n' 001otia efuce th Board. there S. BEAN, Set ,
and Singapore. pcuishameut ul ceroes.'awill be accompanied by Mrsi Lees. couls be no distue.sioo.j Somerset, Feb. ith, 15512.


LELar TURE OF NOV.A SCTIA.-The Legislature THE following is the BILl. 0
was opened, in de for. at Halifax, N.S. on thethe HAMILTON OTE
190h ultimo, by His Honor Liedt. Governor Ar- served was prepared iu the Hot
eihahld, with a speech, from which we make the and we venture to say no more
following extracts:- Brimda
You niet be gratifie.l to know that not only
havo the ordinary industries of aur people been
quickened into greater activity during the past 4 nrtes iY tL, ar
year, but that many new enterpri.ete have been .I(ant7l0U10 4 dfM 9.11,
brought into oUeessebua operation.
SThe labors of thb husbandman have been re-
warded by a generous harvest, our liadv fishermen
have been bleit with a fair return for their perilous
toil; the business of the lumberman has been fairly
prosperous, and the great shipping interests of the
Province have shewn aipgns of improvement." Oy"Ae.qo
"The Publice Accounto from the past year, am
well as the Estimates for the current year, will be
submitted to you, and you will learn with satiafac- Bauew A GREEN TracTL
tiou that the Financial Statement of the year shews e
a surplus the expenditure having been consider-
ably less than the incoare," BROILED SAxLON HAI

Mi. LEE,-I wss at St. Georeres a few days EN
ago, and there learnot ith .r.eow, of the new Coal
Lcomepany'a meisfortune. eiz : that theie kHull, FILLrTac B,.-T. 7 la Fmauciere,
which was moored in M ll.iy'e Anchorage. aIden SALMON Ctrti.Ee S'li:e Cardinal i'.
with coal, had broken her i.-ioring-e, v.-nt on ab,:,re, FE.CArNEAV OF VEA.L, Toeatto Sam e.
aud i, likely to 1.b a tlt:l wreck. Soe. of Lher oar- FtLLETS or CHICEoN, a i'Allkemaud,
go (.an be saved, but .t a great expense. CRo.Er.TT OF GREEN TURTLE, ('rear
'(a'stleHarboeo ha a alivelyappear.ine. ; that.eau. [Saue,
tifuleheet of water being cattt redo.erwith biglhips
and hulks. I uoderstetd there is at h'a0t ea
birreela of keroasee oil now adlo.t there. io thilk. Sitronr or BEEFr. Dish Gravy,
I am Alad to inform the- publlic that Smith'o Pariah SAPoLE: oF KRNaIT.cT
School House a ono.e more raised to the wall plate STTrnFD CHIrCKEN, Giblet ISaee'e,
aud ready for the roof. I trust thVs will get it cover. BOSTON G-tRE, GooE]
ad in before it meets with another accident. W ePtaL s HX
I notice that the pri-e of pa.-sage at lower Public G
Ferry has been raised to 2d., having no opponitia. -
I understand other boats are now running at the BEnoILE QUAIL, on Toa-t.
old ratetof 11,7. MAY(
The steamer .Dipateh did not make her usual CeurCKEN SALAoe, LeTreCU,
early morieg trip ou last Meonday. I understand
that there was not a stie:ieut number of passengers VEGE
tn) make it an inducement. NEw BAKED POTATroS. American Ste
I .cn F.,rrv to tee that in Warwick, well aswells N. OeoNs. BaKED SW
s.rrPother Parihes, that the Garnet Potr-itoes have f ToN'e'e, CoABe'rE, GtREFoe
got the e1stia6 very badlv. It is thought that the a Cui.oTs, BoILE
Early Rose which have. been planted close to the P
G-iiet, a it ure to take the disease ; if this prov.-.s PA-
to b' thIe e. ,ceucr crop of Pt,tito-s will be short. hENoLISee ProtM PUDDINO, Braudy Sauce,
The Onions are generally looking well. I notice Wae.seoro, Cren. PEa, Ceoc
ia Warwiek that the E'rubs are injuring some peo-
plea ouion very bdly. A few days sincee I saw DEt
two men in a pieco eof onions, with bottles in their Ce.AMPAONE JELLY, ALmOtsa Tr,
hand filling them with grubs, pretty rapidly. SeoaO O CArE, PtOLL JELLY rC-
They informed mu that they were very thick in tIeo T
t.o round.
I aratiee that Mr. James Linudly, on hi, lands F I
on the south fide of Warwick Pariah, in a piece SOUTHAMPTON.
r mra, baa aad a er Loge lu fS ao To the Edito Cr the Royal Ga:ette.
som e l~ie ees t t feet il le ,ngth I u ndera tand he A 'the.
planted 30 rods, and has already sold over 40 : he As some of our Planters ay our early artp doea
tis about 1) rod- remaining, go it has proved pro- not turn out to Tua'h advantage, I frwar y niu a
fitable. 0. fe-w Potataeo -,ow, early, e s a sample to lut you
S nee what can be done.
To /he Editor of te R i Gazel. Yours, faitfu L. BELL
Sir,-In the year 1S75 the Legislature was call. [The sample of potatoes kindly ent us by Mr.
ed upon to confirm certainn Ortdinauces made and Bell ve is cartp inly roa t 'ale.itatle y thr.
passed by the Mayor, Aldenren and CPmmon lPhtr ard tl. Beeinula-. They ire of a white kind
Coun-il of the Town of Hamilton dated on the 1 Oth o orthret.- tuf tlem likte kidney --and tlhe- even
day e:,f Augt in teat y'ear, eocerrninyr eSel cand eould
wharves in the Port of Hamilton.era. aet i fe dare to say, a o he ill auv ,f
Th. Oelinaue., No. 7, distinctly states that the reo o ad arkt- EnladorA r.
1.3nli;. pla:e- "'o.pposite to the aSt,,rs-, of Sainau, Ehp e R. G.'
.altus, to B'uaby Street, ,.nd to the Stormae of D
a William Bltck, -heall b:. kept open and -.leaor for OTOOR -On referring to our
th- flee aeees and PoR., of b-, and craft evt eenens th,, receder -ill o:ere-' a Auotir ,: sr o.
he at.r for the whol width of the di .. Da & So Pt.. er. Weh
Sand stairs at of these landiuo, place..e .r- speeted ea 1uberof speieaus fr thr G:eller,
e, a marked by pots set up h for and whi we have hetati in pronotueing to
that puipo and i o ad th t we ho 1 produ aeI in Be-ul'ad
"pa.ea.geh bein' obstructed by the hull, ear, ri-- We ter ,f ir*treeg r, eron uir u ret
46gia,ereos re qe on esand thin in theirline to'.ivethe an aily all.
struction cot boin itnediatel y removed afterr
Snotio:, thereof given by the Wcharfinuer, to the
"Ma.ter or person in charge of. owner or part THE B. B. B. MlNsTRELs.-The Meitrels eof the
Sooner, shall forfeit and pay a penalty of not le.s Royal Artillern, whih has afforded the St Ieoriu.i
than tren Ehillinos, nor more thonu two potnmds, ea,much amiate-mut lately, intd, it will be nietioe.l
for ever such ofrence." o refeience to our advertioeing o,.,lionua t,-lav,
Notwithstauie g this the Master of the New giving two entertainments at Ireland Island ena the
York Mail Steamer and others aw allowed to run evening of Mlonday and Tuesdty ne-xt. They
hawser aro-, the Salt KettleSalt Kettle Ferry step, oppo- will doubtless meet with encourageoment.
site MIr. Saltus'c Store-', thereby occ.asioning g.-at ee- ....
int-onvenience to persons c.more especially no to la- Re-cae of Pilot Atltn,-s Bieeaeeen teie tle eifi.ers
diea) taking boat or landing at this place. a .fte C oe'f 1h .tm er:'a, Seehi. W. G..lf.sae,'.."-
I aAked one of the ferrymen some few weeks ag, Our reader- will be gratified to learn that Pilot
why he did not go to the SMaster of the Steamer Brangmon, as well a the Captain aol Crew of the
and try and get this inconvenience to his passen- above named vessel-driven from these Islands in
gers remelid, and the reply was. that he (thfe heav weather on the 1ath Derember last, and sub-
Coptaiuh was Harbour Maister, and consequently nequeently falkn in with dismasted, wate'hrlo'ed
had charge of those steps while he was in Port. o and abandoned-had been ies.ed and, cerltiel t
Now, Mr. Editor, as 1, with number- o oot ert Grenada, as will be noticed by leferenc. to ocr
am friquentiy Mrbjea-ted to this ereat inconveni- shipping lit eolunmn.
enee, I will thank you if you will kindly give pub- Asnothineh'A.ebeen hearddiretlt fromBr.n'ntan,
licity to the toregoina facts- trustine that thert-eby we prewumethbiahebed theothers rasaue .l, coutiuued
prompt and permanent measures will be taken at on board the Eln H. Ke., which vessel left Gr-u-
onee to atop the recurrence of the annoyance0- nad on her return to the t'ited State', on the
Lo lauded to. Y Doeember, to call at Hayti for a cargo.

ou Yours, &o., i rP-o-.eer-
Pagt r0hJaar .ago sparrows were introduced inteo Australia, aud
Paget, 30t~h January, 1882. already they have increased to such an excess that
Sthe Government of South Australia i offering a
premium of sixpence a deozeu ler nsparronws' heads.
THE IMPORTANCE OF COOKERY. One wimteas assured the "Spsreew Commiesion"
that in ten days Ihese toanidable depredators had
"There are, however, unhappily, people amorg consumed a than and a hall ot his rapes, and that
us who have neither the shnplieity of the poor nor tkey carried off the figs oi five trees. Another
the gratification of thie rich man's diet, but who witness ,aid that iu the season they took 130 worth
aufler in another way. I allude to thb numerous oo Iruit. and another that three swings of his peas
class who are dependent upon ill-trained oervanta were destroyed by tle sparrows. No fruit or
for thea' oooldng. A married elerk, receiving soma vegetables escapes them, and eo method ot repelling
200 or 300 a year, it really very badly off in this them is of any ume.
way. Hia wife, having received the ucual orna-
mental education of our time, bnows nothing u-e- BIRCH, at Belvedere. Pembroke, on the 3rd inst.,
fed, and would think it a degradation to descend 10 Mlla. B. a. YOUrG, of a DeecnOTeR.
the ldtchen and be busy in providing toe her __________ __ T. .
household i None.Nemrea.-Narried nn Tuday, Jannary
"Yet what inereaoedhealth and happiness would Slat at St. Jamao' Chureh, a omerset by the Reed.
anrse to her husband and ohildrew : what pleasure fBruce MeKay, BanBoar 2. Naa, Surgeon. EN.,
would r'ome to herself (for lahor' ia happiness), if sonnofThooas SI. Nksh, Esq., M. .t J.P. Co. Leitrim
she wore a goorf eo, and would give three or four IrelandI Co astet, ooty daughter of George F.
hoatrs work in preparing what is so erontial ler 'nnewtln Eq., H.t*. Poekyard.
health and energy. If young ladies would only te Oa In h 31italina, Anna

useut lart ; and it' the would get ,ver the ridieu- illaes.e leaving a ai.lWcchlldrer ond a number of,
lous pride of thinkng honest taboue a degrada- erelalivna to moeart tlieir loss.

dation, instead of what it really is. a blessing, hc ......... at Irelaed lIland, on 1he 4lie February, 1d-8,
e .'t'061 Ciea tlfoimten, e uild drn' Wela ia/ hhette of NT'i. MIAUD, inf.ilnt daughter ol William and Nellie
Wadh, 7n, ir ert htef iaitl'! of w!eatl', ? The social Cann. aged 4 on'liate.
effects of such a change in sentiment and in action .
would be surprising; it would solve many difficul- -
ties of er.vants which are felt more and ore every T .
year, and it might even 'ivn a reply to that im- T A .
portant question which i always arieing but is AI 6 11
never answered, viz.: "W'hether it is right to nerrv AND G tU,11 .
on 300 a year'" --
-The (CeS.Se.iv ..motony of many por men's T Ei UA' D E t S I G A t D,
diet ought not to exist, and will not exist wbeun
cooling is better understood bcy working l nern Cta'r.eM, a, .-c q -- ,
wives. At present, many of them look to the Ex ;.\" tieuor 'rinoco" frn.o NcA- VYork,
bak-r for bread, and buy a little inferior eeat; and k Ri a aort ITe>,
tals oft1u badly or .tewed, with tea ao d 100 B() ,'" G' .... t -lA '.) ,
a little butter antd a tew implypy loiled peotatoe--, ,ri' elo larly '. ltced
forrns the. almost invariable diet. Th.S e. eeei/ to I 3} las I'ei uvia.i eU A\ NO
vhb-cet Ithe rcih,.s eiethe/ reMrh."-f( Pe's,.ae .e"'o ,1 0 B 1 ga Potatoe MANUR Il
HetIh," bye the late E. A. Par/,t,, .. D., eProf,'' I.. S. S. INGHAM.
oHJ"filitar Rygiet it ], 17- rMetedieal ,thool, dl- I Hamilton, Jany, 31, 15582.-2 3p

IF FARE of a Private Dinner given
L lest Tuesday evening. Every dish
tel, and cooked iu the best. manner,
a perfect dinner could be fturnished in

esbzrQ, l 31, 1882.
+- 4 Hl Sh-e

, on Half Shell.











LAIII S ard Genilremen visiting Iterrumda
can han coemfortially accommoJated eon rea-
soiiable terms by applyitig to W. S. PENIS-
TON, Jackvile, IlHamilton Patrith.
Sea Batlhing ancd Boating among olher at-
January 3rd, 1882.,-6 3p

inac Honuan,
LET, A la Maitre d'Hotel.
e, PHILADELPHIA CAPOCn, a l TToul.-oua.
Ortaino FrmTrrna, Sauce Kumel.
CUTLETS or MUtrro, :t la Maintenon,
Co-oseR PATI`rEe, etoi Bee heoat,
PorrPIUEOPXee it lI Fla-ntaude,
MtACCALON au Fiomage de Brre.
RIB OF, ia lAuglaise,
MsITroN, Brown Saeate.
VEneMONr TURKEY, Crilosm t y eaue.?,
au Pure: de Pommes,
Champagne Sauce.
Bfatzrr, PARnTRDoE, '" ia Hardiltoc,
'rAs, iErwen TomoATOES, COA-v,
)LAc C('an-M Pn., ORAsot SNow.
F, FRrr Cor. AkarGL CooAXE,

For Sale,

By Auction,

The 15th Instant,
If not previously disposed of,

'.;. House & Cottage,
(The Latter Rentis for 25 per year).
Adjoining Mr. R.. Duerdc-n's Building, next 4
hFast of Commuissariat Bakery.
The MHOUSE is well adapted for a Grocery
or ary buhsiess wwh re large Rooms are re-
F.-r further Particulars please apply to
Hamilton, Feby. 7th. lsdS2.

Fo'r lbipmenot o Lui LIdon p,-r (.-.) Courlaod,"
Apply to F
February 7lt, sI ". latauilton.
L'uleitt' pleas-(ae (py.
For Scale,

ae.,. 2 Goohd Working

At low prices for Cash. li
and Silver Mountings
English Cart HARNESSE-S
English and American Riding and Driving t
BITS Chamois SKIN- cs
&c., &c.
Reid Street, February 6th, 1832.-2 3ap

For Sale, ~" P
By Order of the Mortgage e

ALL that certain DWELLING
SHOUnSE aud Lot of Lanud thereto be-
longing, situated and beiag at the Flatts ViI-
Iagr in Smitha Parish, which said Lot of Land t
is intersected by the Main Boad and is bound- '
el ortherly, by the Waters of the Flatts fi
Harbour; Il'teltrly, by lands formerly of .eohu 0
Payntrdeedaoed, and now of his heirs or de- d
visees ; Soateterl, and E-olerh by lands form-
eriy of Eddin Peniston, deceased, and now of
Aggeus Outerbridge.
Apply to
February 6th, C8St.'-3 3p

Private Board.

hotograt s, I nlutrial Lxhtbiiti, ofa t i'7-2 and ('hatne-at v La e s ..Hti on

3eg further to state that our pricesare kept at e Ande,,W JanI S Mane arr e a ral,H re A"uta
reasonable rates ; there may be work done for Bcom Shr.ett i B- ,*'( Marn a ne. BI oF, H C tot -BI-
ess, but wa. ask that quality be givrn the pro- Cooke, Josa d.' c Psoi" r Davb. Bri,
enec P tDauntles s," Jo o J FereirS, El z0,h t Foler, G-.,.
61 Front Street, Hamilte,, Feby. kt 188ls. Go ez, E uode ik,-D, r is J lin-or, Henatik
Horaldaen, eanle.ia HooL3 eI, HaaknO ae ...ce, Penj
F *or Rent, laai.r. .,lk,& t V NSl ...e, Ml J dicle
''bonma S Ra.y,:or, Ann L .i h dmrdo, R.. a
etni ilb, Bioh-a ro 5,01 .ta' ai, S e1 el (PeIjLu
lLa A PU TLDIN (-T .tsJ l0ier, Ia. oot TaeeaeLoo
I 'I roltl, UG l'ucc, 'h'b P VA,.lht GeO.rgruJ
At Flatts Village, now fitted for a Grocriy. Whibe.
For Particular, apply to LIST OF" UeCLtai1 .t). L', IN .-'E
EDWD. PENIsTON, es o(l Of.1 -.-'. LoeeZ0F'. Feb. C.h'-'.
.D \D. P I1liaot Boyd,, ti t B D h, 'a,.1 lu 0)ic.e,,eon,
Flatts. Johba Davie, it J Po oa.F .nua 'loat, John Vh'als
February 7th, 1882.--2 Castle Island..

BERMUDA., TH FEBY., 1882- Comlmissal'iat Office,
Notice is herebyV given A .LTO.V, ;;d F.ebruary. 188.
TH "AT CER will reeiv-.' Te- ied'r, in lc ,.e ter
Li ha l Sc s ul) tol I, noon.
Will NOT BE RECEIVED in the 17th Feb uar 188
TREASURY CHEST OFFICE after this From Persons desirots of Tendlering for the
date. Underwent ioaid
date. Ii*o,i sr d g, ,a.s'ir
... c.. BEDDING, &c.,
____ T,'-' C/. I '. West. of St Georg,'s Fety.
T.a. b. Fotms of Tender, with all infeoit ation, ean
be obtained between the. hours of 10 a.m. and
.. p.ra. dadly, on a written or (ier-coiaol applica-
By PermisEion and under the Patronage of tion to the SENIOR COMISi..LRLhT OFFI ER u1)
Lt-oI C W O to the day previous to the opening of erch seta
Lt -t-oio. z. B v. W r 0 0 P T of 'r.-ler,. t
a. /. A., The SoNI)R COMMISSARIAT OFFICER reserves
And tO-FFICE 'RS" Royl Artillery, the tight of rejection any or all the Tender.- .
JJ^JOaR t f,.IlJeS1 d. I. ., T. B. STEWART,
Commanding Troops, Ireland Islaud and 2, 7th., 14th. Senior Commiassaiat Offiier.
OFFICERS of the Garrison, --
Capt. B111 YA HDISO..\U R..\ 'Colonist" copy once.
And OFFICERS Royal Navy, &c., Pt &.,,. I* f

1Pe .Royal Artillery s z


A, < Four Tons of First Class
S 9t k Tarred Oakumn,
Have the honor to announce th,.ir appearance For disposal at H. SM. Dockyard.
in the TENDERS will be received for the saue, and
Spar Yard Theatre, Ireland Island, opened it .ey Office
On, the Evenings of ON W EON 3 SDA Y,
Monday, 13th, and Tues- n o Instant. or an o ,
Iondav, 13th. ,and Tihe riglet of dtecliting any or all of tihe
day. 14th February. -82 TTeners is ri.eerved.
The Protaramome will include a chooi sehel,- \ M. ALBE R'' MOUN 1,
lion of P,,tatioa teean English SOeNGCi and oaval Stor.keeper.
MELODIE' aveand ay. Ni By Order of the CJOK.S
CONUNDRUMI.c. and D'LOGUES, Origi- By Order of the Coratw-nw-Co. c,
nal and Sel.ct, a H. M. Dockyard, Bermuda, l e
T E JSi t l-,1, 2nd February,I s -2.
One of the most recent anudl remarkatle- invee.1- Colouist" copy once.
tions of mu-dern science will I--. introlucld to -._-- `- 7
public notier. Royal ita al Scripture

Concluditig on the 13thvvith a Side SplittiD" Reader Society.
Farcer nlitled v
SmnAm ~'n'r R IOLLECT'ORS ot behalf of the ; witll
"THAT BOY PETEY w ,Mluch ob. i .>, ..i., .....
1ai. .LLA1 DJ 11 J2 i l." ceeln mach lety forwarditts to eete the
RE.aULtT of the-ir EFFOc.PT,
And on the 14th with a tace twisting farcical (tt O r i0 ~t''e ft 2Sac ii. isttlf.
tSkotch entitled Donat,.:' 1,it ,irou will 'oleo be thii'netully

TRuM NS., from Rom e," v al rl .t
O r A j a x a n d H e r c u le s .0 v1, .- E. I. .' zA t .v ,, 0. : ..
/C ,. l. Mre. an,1 ]Mi3em>-.
Doors open at 7-30. To Commence at R o'clock, Heou. F. Ha- I ......... 0 5 0
each Ev-ni .. r ........... 1 0 R
I-lrv 'I o 1 0 '. t, LEve t 7
, teEoa--Resr- vertd cChairu. 2-; Centra E. t 4 e T. r 0t I
a-o ,-ea -; BaRck eats, 0 6 Mrsar .. J. Tet Me o- el 0
Childe.lren in an. us, One Gut.inea. T .. 0 6 E, .e.......... 0 5 0
HiE,, J F eud ). A 0 1 0
TICKET.- *rUy be obtinei at variou;-places T1:.1 *." B t .0 1 1.
n the Neighbouraood, and at the Doors on the fikl,' 0 10 0 1. .
evenings of the Prrf'.rmauice. ae J H. un. l' F 1. l .''
WIVAT REGINt. Hon.\V. H. H("s. B, a L I,. //A f P.. e,. 2.'.
^Lil82_n _I.. S ........b (1 11) ). 11J 15
nhey. 71t, 18s2. J. tealrh, 'l C Lt-C' ,elot l,-
EEq .. . . 1a10 lD ) autorbl. P mA L 1OU. ,
e5 .c n t,:,rfina e...... 0 2 v. Lt. Tl/he ntl ,,,y ,
PIOOGR. 1-3! .sLEeY t. B.olly en ot y..........atsI)t
-1 a LLEY. cld, E4h1. 0 -
pIuo. J. Ht j "H. 1S1 10
ESTABLISHED lS6,. Triminhan. 4 0 W. A. l HIount,'
XMev.B ane 0 2 6 E ,.......... 10 01
a j a- Lt",':'tJ.t1-. Dar'- Et41 ........ 1 e0110
E tooffor their sincere thanks to tb- I la Mr. Ta.i..k 0 5 a eCol..... Ll 0 C.
Shabitante of Rerutelu and ot' li r :sac, for the'r MS T SD. Mi.l-
beral Patronage during the past part of their dleto ........ 0 2 6
hjotograph'c practice, ad having ra.ently SMre. E. Frith... t / 2 ,
nade addition to their stock of Mrs. A. M. Gil-
LENSES he. s-...__
y the first Oetieians in Lontdene, (DsALL- t 0 ,
IEYOR andS ReeS',) are le.epatred to offAr to WM ALBET'| MOUNT ,
he Public a better cla of work than has en Tee a cud S.
itherto been done in Bermutla. Hcn. Tl.aaure, and Se,-y.,
Much time and study is givs.n to theChemio H. St. Doekyatd, 2ol F ey., IS$ -/
al effects, pose. and lighting of our portraits, -
onsequently producing find-artistic eects.a Ti
khips, Buediings, Yachts, OutdCr, Groups, Ien 1'llt,
&c.. &e.' That desirable Residence in togeo i'"rish

tkotographs, Cartes de Visite, Cabhiet at.d o l- --v --.i ,, ',
arger sizes taken eet shortest nothie ; also et- Q. ALS',
arged to life size in INDIA INK, OIL CO-
ORs, C:lAYOIN, ate-I WATER ,OLOBS. The Metropolitanl Hotel,
rort Artis in Neew York City eatployed for Qoete Street, Hailtonl, with Coach Housa,

Clubs of five or more taken as redueeed pricaa. .io. Ce'
P.S.-Please notice that ,T. F. DARRELL Apply th:.


DR. CLARK For Sale.
JOHS .._, -, ,i.
de 1 e> a -nLa A House and Lot,
Snthe Towln ol Hamiton,
B l .in 5 WJ(I FOR SALE.
FP 5 nc Pi til.'ars please a:uply to
-a 'I" R.P D. DARRELL. Eso.
4 i,,iit n.Nr r.2,1881.
CIO eaoO 1; C F. 650OT"A ST3A.L
a 1 Marble & Granite
B.. HALlr.I X. Nova co.

I P.OP, .TO-.

Sill' MONU31'INT'rS, "TO.t I-TONE0:, &e., in
oI | tsin. L5-fart er'i. rccdac orders solicited. Sauicfacion c>a-
P || _, lisciiec.Fel.eSOa crantl-ed.
r J si ei i,'heitnsN- Wrj. T. JAMES,
42 Fromt St.,
ccs;,i ea Dfsceifjse5 -lre,,t for Bereicuda.
l f t a .c s e b i t e c di a nc l ,, ti e I1 1 1 8 1 6 t ,s.O
A 0.t E DY X OWN to Man!
I-.iiJ)$~,C."'li EBottles 2

Th t eS 'it.) r o 0 esse. etc.r o aF,.. nries. ... le s.% c2,000 Bushels
,neto Olcc anu a,.d Savinc. --a" tiierood'ioa Inche
.Hard Stone Lmbe.
11 ofC,, t c i!,-'it. -= U .rrisneuHlns sC -ncl
.'t' o te; teho es. TThe above is of the best quality and will bi.
:. d'. a i.e, mso,,,.-.-. delivered to order atc a Low r a e.
: loc., ... CHAS. A. V. FRITH.
i ns ci anarsne. l'-get, IGth Jany., I in'.-lIt
: ....t = ,:*.* i -<.l O h, i B ,-o.i ;a,, kes ne -.
SCoui-dghs Cured.
--I.i' cc sc'1n-.t "r ll1. MILLIONS have tried and been benefited
,, t. o,.-.... ,;, ...: ,,. by l-e useo of E. A. MEYEE 4 COUG11
lit)IOtS. Thsos stuffering frucs COUOHs AND
CAT iRRAPI f(,UED. CLIoas iidt better at once obtain a ,supply and
DEAR IR,-t I have uS.d eyour INDIAN BLOOD t|,, prevent the ill effects so often produced
1YRUP with dread sitctioeion ndl relief. [ have i y netiedted Coughs, &c.
bernaflicted with catarrh for a In time, could A o hand-TA, OROND
Sno relief, uit I rommeneeds Fsing BLOOD), Iceland Moss DROPs, &e.UND
SYRUP. I co' b about to i iup reuse irme. LXSEI, Ind AsDROP, .
but o l ... Itn. iejysiea .n das i, shnf dme ht i E. t. JIIE IERIS.
wa.- sause, by sll omediicine restoridt,, my imu-rfict P.ast Broadway, Novr. 29th, 1881.--3I
el50uhctcon a,,ilacting!d ,chontheiseascd.t 00cier tiO, my
one h, caused byy Ste droppings eo rhr ,taeh
r. I invariahl found. h-oteer, th this dizzn RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
fcclioonco possedaeway, lily vle-nocs svte twaoss
trapnqilized, and Ihe cacarchal poisc s removed by Great progress has been made within a lew
the ,,licine. I have been entirely cuced by your yards i manulatrding lood products, and the
invaluable rentedy. itaudard ol quality has been raised to point lar
Respectfully yours, beyvondl that which formerly obtained, \\ c cl.irot
tlt this uhas, to a considerable extent, been due
J. H. dMALLWVOOD, to our elorts; as the Largest Manulacturerr and
No. 319 West lOih s1., New York COily. Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
(- our i,,terit to lnanulucttre01Vll.' PUaE andn V1-01.
Rtl!EUUA,\TtIMi AND KIDNEY COkIPLAITN. SOME goo-, and pack tlhesin is tidyand adtae-
SIR,-I give. llv o teo noioiv cwih plei.ures to the ti- nianncr. All goods bearing our name are
hb-n. li ci re.tils l'your !'.LOOLD PIRII"IER ; nv 2sIroin teed to be ol ?uperiur quality, and dealers
,,lic.%V c. r d- ou vdl d.c!.er, and Ih r .i l i'.usl r hpu- a u- thod rizted to reund c tle purrch-a e price iua
in in cIiy h khtd kci ,io- i.i ct swol -rn twice le anr c- Oe where cLutOmers have eauCZ for dissa-
size of natural! .d very pcinf',i, a t hoilI ,ofth., large ti action. It is, there!ore,to the inti rest ol both
size ni Olin Ic. inproed -eoo liha- I can eat anythl c wid. hin I3RANDS.
arts. F i. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
P. F. 3cARON, I,, portei,.i Maifacturen anud Dealers in all
No. 19 Be<-:h (t., Now York Cily. vartie.ict f l Food Products.
DFAR S ,IP, --Yo ,. ii,.-I -c l.I ra1,d INlI\N Pi' ..- Otr ools .are or e tfor e by most Grocers
BLOOD SY1 VIUP s entirely cur-d i, ISek ano d .11 will col the1lo il requested to do so.-6m.
It abo curc-.] mly chi of erle Fevor, P c rnc y ertsleelics tgl!sulst iihB2H
wife of FPmalecompcii,,ce.
S": .,Ie -U indc ed from thi
Isaac Dahhlan, Baduit1e,,d, 21th -1., (of D.-l.- PH(ENIX INSURANCE COMPANY
,,-.n Brhliers, detlc,- i ]i hel s- stock), c cr I f O Lo ndon
Dypop,-,ia and ci,, f d,,oy p '.tancIsno onon,
I-teey Dachiinn, d i i cd, same frii, c-scur Ot Sc.. t) ,, I of the lcirg:-t c:sstabli'hed n,-l VW aliciesa
'l'hro t oand Ilicc o t, lticr having been treated Inruicos ic r i great Britain.
by pliysiils. wihoutlb.cficial cTIrect. Through iht it. -NC!l f0FFIP'E in ihe-e
-- lcl.icl.c saaris- leffecledC- .. .heo lonolur.
CONST]IPAT.I'ON '1 iH HEADACHE. of Pie S.'tamp Dal, a very condideralble item.
No. 99 ET HOUSTON-ST., CrrY. RIlKA taken bhth on R'EAr. and PoEsONAL
SIRL,--Your IlNdl.N iicOOD SYRUP hascui,.d P I-P Y or 3, c or a, outlich
m enti el of the distre s n o m y h ai d, and relieved "'n s :t, ciF'. t ,F .r '.liyi es.
every dirlifiy, of my bo ...."y I must say th'it N. B T E F I. D ,
S d cl -st rnd' I,, e oI anv on c 1 t lef.- ._4rt
AlIf REED Hamtoo S. 0 ccr, e 9h, -t'6.

S.Pl,-I v.-u IND .AN cLO .000 -
ciU c lor I .. ,c i (f o ,c whcl- [ ?I tull'Ii l Ior five
.jr, ) !iii, l :, s. I
i i -i. y =e i lv/' 11W ic

3 :3 i -t ae,'. s I.,c N w Y- lk Cid y s

c,, di3 'coo -.[ edc,l'o 1ew db City

G(-._)ION i
I utred Slalts .Miil ti e ,isleri

CALLING' AT QU I N -''t.i S,
Vtc '^ I'Si4\3%.A

a \VcI-s1'.b.3 8 t ON.i8 T' -a,,Ii-aiv.,s 2., at 9l"00 a.m
no" w ,, N",..3, 1188 N \' ) 31 -,ta 3 (:1 p.,
doe .r-oe 0AndmgeIi. o
'OW '. .. > ,1N aI!. ,, Yt I ;. IJP ,s r.n mvam u .ble u .[,i l : I0 p1
r k,','f ) ily y t,.,l,.s va suIA:fl. I 1
a,'u, d i. 1 u ; e ,ver is ye cs. D tc ,g s sa dc:. At' N I lt .. h t e. ,.,
l ci, would als,d ooc a r dlief to her. iS i as I"!,'a ,I- A 1 t 1 30 |.,.
itc ads. c d, c-: lc' acrc./i"ujil ch oicusnid a ond la "l ,, Stc aers ore cauiltI c.crcu.s"
cf .:up--sc," fS IYR LccD S_; GUP. Its eiroct Icc rch e ITad e ivec cw terti-y- l tdId kochekit,-a
We re w deruloand she ise r ow de relis n curd e l c ar'e, .I pei- ned I )i eersI .urge n tSlev .'
Sa medcis e that no hlousa h sd should be without arrt r o r Oala-r n t ,o ,ias ion s re oa
P. YOUNG, sur e ,. -d ,, Oil,,iA ,K -re,,-,,, Ado I
No 261 West Houseren-Sc., City. lece , Ic" 'oI ccl li dn 1c
i hae at l e n n d tc- h I
Ece. nD.s, June 28ith, !8311. IsOddccn tray,-, cfcc ,ld I* ., ih/,t.
DEA .'ir,--This is to ceri idy ht i h stM e Iouhd o;i .oi c. s (uoi,., 1':01 l. ,i t ,"!ind iau,, 0:1
n.cie good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than ec r
Lc) M-ldicinese ha s r hav o ever tlak n fo r Di .pI p ,s I '. i, t ,," ia
.1 d .'c .d o :. I wctc id 3du al(..sall l 'tc r hl ,,,, -,,. ,, It %
So ie L[:.J CLAR K Ji HNc ON' IIN L od r tl 1

J A, A IX, at.. ,y, w York
Water Street, St. George s. ew York, .Tany. 12, 1882.

Just Received, I THURBERS. Special Notice.
From.New York per S.S. O(rinoco The London Line ofSteamers
Ar Set supply THE Undersigned takes this op- The "Londonf Lie of Seamers,
HJtled EiBerocuda for the very liberal response which
H oes EEa si. c r.iN riu Ist year'they have go ur andhis Card
Soused l' G FT Locli TNGUES which was first ublishe in this Journal lastLloyd
Hat SAC. A Potted tAip December and which has resulted in a largely 1,241 Tons,
TLINtU h-,iCod BEEF BIIFlTER increased tradewith this Island. He would C. H. YOUNG, Commander,
LRlls COESE FBRALUATS also expressthe hope that the intercourse so Due i Bermuda about 4th Feby.
EA. CORN BRAN ATS auspiciously begun may be doubled thi corn- Due in Bermuda about 4th Feby.
AI ATlS P':N and Pea-NUTS ing year, and that eveivy Inhabitant of tiermu- Taking Freight and Passenger- for England.
StAP ST?,akiC d. nmI ay be given an opportunity to test the. ApplY to
I'CtUIT.S ofall kinds jspritor orqaldc of all articles put up under o
tRAISIAS CURRANTS Thnrbers' brands which cover goods that are R. P. A7KKIS 4- CO.,
Canned MEAl 'l', &c., sc. gccarcicilee to be o pt rc and wl cholsi e, and of Hamilton Agents.
JOHAI IMRRITT. which dealers are authorised to refund the Jainarv 31st, 1882.-2
llamilton, Jany. 31st. 1882. purchase price where consumers have caused
-a __i._ l._lb____________ for dissatiifacion. He would again recniid the '
~A Bake W t -\TMerchants, of Beinsmuda that he is also pract. i-
A Baker Wanted. cally familiar with the wants of the Island in Her lajesly / Dockeac'd.
Every accommodation in the Ba- all that relates to Food Products and Oroce-.
kery, where there is a Furnace Oven. Aren orders that may be entrusted to him L A R S
Apply at. the Royal Gazette Office. will be faithfully and promptly filled, with the
Hauiltt,,n De,.-. 26. tSSI. I assurance that they will receive all the alvan- Required for Floating Dock.
tages.3 which the special facilities of the Aessrs, Wages 4/ per day, with quarters on board
P N A 'i T 'Hr .. uebei& 'o., enable them to egi ActH'importers Hulk.
A -INVPd!,IN PtM H E" with Branch houses at London, England, and Apply at MASTER SIPWaRIGHT's OFFICE.
Bordeaux, France. aut as foreign Maunufac- T. BARNARDISTON,
tures sith Factories at Bordeauxns, Marmande,
and Nautes, France, in addition to the large Captain-in-Charge of Naval Estab-
Factories which they own and operate in'the lishments.
30.401 United states \ trial order, no matter how 6th December, 1SS1l.
small, may result, in mutual benefit and will-------------
tkbe appreciated by Dn P.OS, TS'S
-With H. K. and F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Exporters, Importers, Manufacturers of and ,ct cr 'ly'
Dealers itn Food Products, t.i -l tIt ciA5I 'S FIEND'.
West Broadway, Read and Hudsou Streets, is confidently recommended to the I'ublic as
PH E above W 1T H FS for loth New York City. an unfailing remedy for wounds of every des.
SLdies and Gentien a re kept constantly PO. Box 3182. cripio; a certain remedy for ulcerated legs,
on h.ncd by the Underrci.ned: .Aenv crade ,v-c New York. London. Bordeaux. bucns, scalds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic
oiel not i, Sl oh ch ld t be furnished t the eruptions, and pimnples on the face. sore and
lmc..c..c toe's is pcice. :l sh, e ....ct. c tohe t inflamed eyes, sore heads, sore breasts, piles.
cor Rent, also entielyremoves the foul smell arising
sgr.sed. A ooold in pots, 13.1d., 2s. 9d., 4s. lid., Ies.
R he eberthe Americau Watch Co. received A Cottago e, acd ..s.. e a h ss
the told ledal at tie late Paris Exhicitio. oIn the Town of Hamilton. PILULI, .N'I.NICKOPIIUL OR
SFrontLStreetamilo,. Immediate Possession given. ALTERI.ATIVE PILLS.
Drot Street, lIamilTuu, 0. Apply to Proved by more than sixty years' experience
De-r. 16, !7. u... l E. MOTYER. to be one of the best medicines for purifying
IL i I EE L' C, HO [- 1 P ER U' Hamilton, Jany. 14. 1S82. the blood ad assisting Nature in her opera-
ItIAlINELU C H0C.E PERb F -tions. They form a mild and superior family
ME RYn i T 0. C aperient, which may be taken at all times
i IlELSTOILETYVINEGAR, a ple it 11Rob .Lee & O., Wthot ofinement eof die
1)11 tiEL'S TOcILEt' ;IANEtiS, a pteassdt Sel in Boxes iit 13_d., 2s 9d., 4s. 6d., lls
It tonicsandcdrelsiuh adjunct to the-To,:.,ad ('odCo missionI M ierlinfIs, and 22s. each.
Pru w.a.rcoi,,iec ic...ivalc e .. c Ant d INSURANCE BROKERS, Prepared only by BEACil & BARNICOTT,
RI11MEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER. 18 Leadenhall Street, Bidport. Dorset, England, and sold by all
RIMMEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAU DE AND AT LLOYDS, january 17, 188.-6 medi endo
COLOGNE. LONDON, B.C. ___________
RIBIMEL'S MU1CH IMPROVED FLOrlIDA Personal attention gvei to Consignments of .
WATEIl. Berm.uda PIlODUCE and the filling of rier- NoticeN
,RIMMElIE S JOCKEY CLUB aiid other fra i mudi:n orders,.
grantPerfum E CE d L INI. pril, 1t Wanted a Sober MAN
RIM 1EL's LIVI E JtlCLE and GLYCERINI: Tha u oooundertand lteae o
gives ihe hair a heaunlifu ,los and incpacs an I Ehft OF S s Ti th oroughly understands the care of
ag .ehble hro ..te. aJ.EAT UNI OFL 1U UN. Has.
RIccMEL'S PURE ttVWIT GL\.Cill-cNE c Apply at this Office.
SOAP TILlA, THROWN t WINDSOll, HONEY 1 8 82, January 2, 1882.
Toidei Soaps in bars or cake.-.
RI\IM EL'S VELNETINE, VIOLEt, RICE, 112, STAND W. 0. > '"-": ,;
SE-LEAP dhTOILETpoWPDERS, oInstituted 1837. Incorporated 1846 j
htoes, barrels id packets. 0
RI't'ELs QUADEN'INE, leano ,uwhicenI. President,
iweelrnt.the breath. The Right iton.LORD IrFIUGIITON, D.C.L., 9.W -c a|. E4
RIM MEL'S ARONMAIC tOZONIZER. or Na- Secretary, > "5 6; Z,'
uiral Air purifier, a fragrant Powder vhch diffuc es T O' I .i I18 % Is O N t I':0N. q, Esq., B E.c.
the ico.lihvc andc of ile Picc c ... 1c 0-
oc y Eeclypcsc Pors H. Everv Saubscriber of One Guinea will receive, I
E. RI',Ic: rl.. Per cr h...byappccic..c.c.ies H. cR. dheo o a chacaco of a rice at theilatonuolis 'iD;l
H. Princess r Vales, n be desacharof rid, Lzeat ad annual ho t '
Boulevard de, Itliens, Pari. cdi8tribution ii s April,a -a ,M
Ma 29, 77. Impressionsof a series of FIVE PLATEF,

For Sale. THE ROAD TO 1 UIN. i l|a
A Good Substantial C>ollee-A.,ot -Arrest-Struggles-The:n,l. i .
t oTt From the Oriiia! b hW. P. FcITH, I. 0
flt S A^ '-aet of orIAi I"S PROOFS and FPIVE a r
Cunette' 06r TWO< CHANCES-Five Guineas. Uo RI> h B Z .
For p.,rtiela, plase apply I t the laoyl A t-el of PROOFS AFTER LETTERS and Wr :13|
Gazette" Offlice. TWO CHANCES-Two Guineas. 0
Hamccilisn. c'noveb r 2!, 1 c. Amon.- the Prizes will Ihe lthe ri-ht to select a l T i
SHlo. -.._________ VALU, BLE WORK OF AR? from one of n n
th,; public F.,lli itions; a 1lc .- t Group in
Richly Ies orateS filIA IT4Z I; PA-n
TUKT'I S-theLittle loat ocuit-Icr ; c' t-a-,5 B
J. & E. ATKINSON'S Plhi'-t'l:.' 7LIC!(ri, ui .Dllh e lo t+ ..
S PERFUMERY, I vl..rn.tad Voiure i N or Plaes, atf Sc<-ns is
m ....littc...f rbHi' octD. -t -i h E crork

a ritts Me n FtF/ Po'es't Lede A ^ V C I is EWI v ANns

pWITE 51, ra t | e NCHIe LAit Noas, A S,||on5 \ -Ic A \ f J Ber \uv..
a rsslnil, JfiolN nse RESPECTFULLY info 1- the Ihabitants ^| C. |
sanan bern oosrshol tlhsStsl only. ofa NEW IOE BOUSE, they're compelledto ^ k Sun. riTide. F.MARhiS.
ATesINO s ediscontinue he supplying of ICE until the I a

B OALD + MED.AL ..U D DL.NE. 1. 1 s.ew Buicing is completedo, which will ber y Ic ... s. "s
BLSD e MLEmU E sLO g on or about the 1bth FEBRUARY NEXT,
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