Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Volume ID: VID00062
Source Institution: 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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Wo. 8.-Vol. 3L_. ST.Tr sTurOTEs VIrS ANTIQUAS. 24s, per Ana.

oaslfiltoossn, Her de iaf Teafat ff Febrenary I, lSSQ

T, .J{,.,i! G, .H. Z fired, knockiung an Arab over l it bMfora be tbe would
DEAD MR. EITOn,-r trni-t v..u will n.-t d,.m i reload three or four of theni ruied a t >d t attuk Oice.
1li,- ti0l]owin-i reiinarl':sf nu:.rthlv of an ini.-rtiua in Hiln ga:-tting ou th top of the can.iopy and at the
yolir vahilM, lal. ii;.-TI nui ,,f ,;lini.,n that t!,," sides but he, clubbing his rile, k.-pt them at bay, -
gt-t-tioini I ,,ak.:in.! y 1. l ell t li.ia .,tl 1-.1 sJ..-i- *:,f fl ~hting with ade-terminattiun ha-, fillI the sur- J F S I /i
yitr expl-t ,t.rm, '.nd,--nt-, :-udl th:ti b.-a ,t-. .-.u- vivrca-, who were then in the water. unabled to -'.et .
tiiu.:.1 th.iiiu l ,l ii 'ht I..f,,r- the l.ll i.-, in a .r.. on bonad, with the great-st iidmirati.n, they de.. V 'llt M oil1'S oft VYi'tO i'ia
ta-r.i.ia. l : iJuii-r, tlh. ..i1n emn-,In.-i t' ft i T y ,t f,...1- i i niir ] hiim a< fitchtiung like a li.on. He kuni:-k-,'l l.. ,". 7. 1. ,, r. S. a n D. at intend
p-eu. Th,:- preunt pr..,t.d ct .-lhnlini..'- ;iniii in two of li< cts--il sit over, but wa unable to get :at ., -' I S. and D. of .
ti!i i- thi tirt ',i ,i..,.t I ,wo. uld like t h I,v-e n -,at them pr.r,:'.pr1y o(winf to the stru,.tu ie of the hita obratng tl- th li xthi AKniivei.. ni ry at. laU m-
witlh ..i abuit : auy of them in uv whoi. atr- .'a, I hav' lil'.iore .-ribed), he bcing in the .-tru illtn, on
: .ha e 1i at1 *'r whav1.n a-ut"..r-:- %ny t mc:-]] t, it-< whilt tl t Wa.'t i la.t'ove hi on the ca .-1.y .a
that it i a v;--y ' anl ;ila ui ,i ..t [ cutting at him with their l.n sword-, but
"i s:i: iu in le c"i':n'-I ""iiway t.It l. r fe'irin',. to jump .downU noid el.n with himi. A. he .
th,..,e h yinu ,u *l..\ nauny day a,,s aa 'i. :tt- r | kn...r-kel ou ? over another took i., ph l.... The fr- _-. _. -. -
OnIly:11' u you tIill l 'r.-o.n .t io.a.-t a i.iaze-n "itr- i w dounal that -eemus to have hampe-red him in tihe 21st Instant.
',n a t ri on.o' in tIhi ,--a-nil. .l I'-..wd, .ti(ethinar of -**-ll:nt fight w:i a .ut aero-ai the f;E,-hie:.d, frt'at T
thit kil---'-Mi. ,1 .a I i.Vf tifve t11.. of -L t" wlii.h the blood. po.u ing over hi-s face, partiallyviLLEN L. LIG l Tt U N
** Mr. ". y...u ii .n wi tu l ;'rive me a i i .,'. oaft' l iinled hiio.. He, thli-in ( ,i:.-o s theI haDls;, R. S.'.-erotry.
that r... k il-sh :" it vy...t are ut going t' %ive? ti-he fin'. rs ,itun s-evere. d from the left aui pa .t i.l-. N.B.-Tliete will be aniL I utertaiiiu-nii t at
in- ,'ny fi-h, -.ay ." **S a,.b a 1]..-i-- ,iftr w it- i I- .o fromi te iht one, and, bldly wounde..l in t.f]i? 0l'dd-Fellows Hall on same lint e, in aid oft'
jiru- for mr..'r thnu an h.iii.ur '" I cau't wait :,n' both elbhow-, he e.-uld io lon.r-er hold the tifl.'. He Lcal'odg Fa ,'a. Door i opei at 4"30 Ad
lon_.-r, I've .-,ii hli r. min- I r-.ven arin tiln a ippp-ar:s to have tried to gt liold of any of hi niis on 'd. E. L. L.
iaii-lar r -n r];- air.- .i-ontiujul nitil not a; tail .fa faaes tr of anytlCiuI wherewith to findt on, but t in i.
i-li r :iin: 9 in flith l,,.,at ti. wary of ldoingI Il,n-i- bliia.l-d as he w:a, ,lia; ct.:,irts w-re iu v du. He Ftbiumt y 14, I1 2.
ni-.- m u.i-;t nwatturia!d y 1.: v.-:y i.nrb. ,-Tr. -iu- to -th.tit fought thus f I upw:1d of -'20 miniuutes : .ling his j
patrtie>-, a-nd .,<, hw tli. it i- quite at pi:-.-:rri.ou un1111- fat e to Ilma d, andI having no thi'iu hit, or i r ll n t
d,-rtakinm-, | rt.n, te be-lu- o f.r L.-vlow uisakiu;': no et- rt. to -.,.k s.iafety by j nibiin uver- mB 1 < ll
the level of thi- wharf it i 1- p.aIrly a inattA-r -.f bo.-id. AAt 1. nIt, t h. wa ; asli.,t tithriugljh tlhe hearti Iae(rosl( e
ih ,l r- wihethl. r. vivoi u -t your ti--h upI ..n irylrv l:an ad fi. ll .1 :.l l-vt ing le-sidaes the tfat il A rei:-t., I
o, \.ur t'rin,-y ata, t..V t .:- l....t. -t.:ly. I hi. ; eld no le-. ta.l i han i' w.uni. ii,.ot of them of a 21.- (7 ffC O f f IG 'f ]"YS' 1" ,,
tIle f r.aeti...n ..Af 1a !!d- ..l i.,h. V biial a.h ia 1 .1 l la,.a I v.-re, iand tw.: of a mortal nature. Duriii this '.
lprl_-ea' h-Ih t:.i- o t-" r t in t i lit !pr., of II- time, of the men in tilhe w er, Thomas IDi.,,p New and ihal.rved Pattern for 182,a,
niiin_,g ol,- ldI..-iiii imipivt i.tiint totht- whirf., ordinaryry), w:l b-Lully WuIrnalti, and was -upport.:A Fo' Sleo bJ WV. \ I. ATLINI;TON,
ial ;.a ,r. ,_,fc-i o ... ILf.Art t\, mit' wi\ mp, wh. ,o i.i.ld t' to tlie dii,:y a-,tern of th? pin i-i? h Ia W iIiam Nest ,. r',y i Gazett' '," Ot~iue.
th-n .9a aal iiajk,' tl ir own pura.h lia-,En whiaei it i-ij Ver- iut l-s.xLai- toker, who was iiiself liGazette" ictly .
quite inip -il.l t:.r theinm t .,1 uul:r a..xitinu air- wounded inu the head by a -lu-.. Tiiere lie held on HENRY A. SMITFI,
ihunnat.iaan-, -. buti thle Arab.-,h-auliug thh b.:at up Mungide the pin. I 1.",1 a .1i,n aa. !P i
Anothlier il.-esti,-n whi.-h appri-ars to me to be a nace, cut him over the head until lie sauk. Sam- I .
ueffii on-. i- the lit,- rti,.n a-f a "a,--n's drinking'- ul Maisey, A.B., was severely wounded, and was I Ha'nitun, Feby. 14, 1 .S..-3 times
faniutain wlai.-lI -,.:,nld IIi,- tf-al froin the tank under supported to the shore, a distance of about 701) yd-., i
the big she-d: thl.- driv-er- of the. eart,- aft,:r toiling by Alfre I "ate, leadiungse.muan, aud WilliamCo!.- A CA R D
al.,ug a dusty roail tor inil. --. w..uld I fetl .Islur'e pre- listen, ordinary ; the remaiininug toker e'vam there
fer a gutad that .a.uld be, aal d a-ne'ras to th- I'third el:is- John IG. T. Aers., having been nior- .A E unidersinied be,' Io thlit'k thi 1', .
luea.ns I priopios wouVld iu a great meia--re put ai tally wounded at thi fir;t fire, there was left onu i generally, bit the re-i.Ienis ofl' 'iet in
.to, i to OIe tiinc-worU iiv'itattion."',C'me, boar.l tlihe pnuace the capt tain' stewanrd (a (-an- particular, tr he lib *r I'a troiiaag'. tl,'v i' ye
a drink ;'" whi,.h after all1 i. ,onlva :Ilt-aiare eof ox- ese), who states that aftr.r the captain fell the Arahbs C d tohi uri Tli-i -s t
).,u*e anLd wabte of time, which I hliould think iuld kuokedl tihe boat about n bit, but did njt touch liii tended Io hin during the p st two ye:s, and
ill bel spared ait thi.tprl,-entcrikisinufarminginrersts-. body, beyond looking closely into his to see if hips by his usitrl tilet atlentiin to the cont-
Ifoping to .set thrse ..ugge-.tious taken tip, in the he wa's dead. The steward himself was at the time Ifort. of l'as,-i.gers to receive ah conliiuarice ol
-.anie spirit as -vinced with regard to the vexed lyin-_ aft. pretendfug to be dead. The Arabs then s lie.
question oft sparrows. I rien, Yours, &a-., left the boat and sailed away in thcirdhow, when the R' t ,- 1 elFl; ,.eO ie TRFI ct. iALf- PINC: oilther
I.C. leading stoker got on bo)rd of bhor-be having -en ua V, froa( ti a..-. to 7 p.m., ,itrr that hour
F,.-ruary 11, 1882. in the water all the timne-got up steam, and piked .,
l------ up tahe men on the bea..Ih. Vhethehey were -. .......a P t I i Iaenu-is n be mae.
From the Newis oftAh.c World, Jiant. s, 18S2. board they proce-eded to find Lt. Heniy W. T;ar.r, .?. F. lIAR I IOTT.
THE FATAL ENCOUNrER WITH A SLA VEba t nior otii-ier in a-. oof the lao.its at Pem bt, i ,.l -- ii. i : ltilU''T fi-Is TrtatI oblit-
DHOW bet w Iho beii -.i mile- ofif, could not get it) i ti:ne -
to capture thl dlow.- I have, &e., (Sin.-uJl) SouLit- ed t.r thi. valu blla,, ;mi-t .n.-,. It.l-td r atl I.i.), lril

The Secretary of the Admiralty has forwarded vuILL Goor.,nir,:,, A,:tinrz t'onmmiatlar'" ....," 'th pirl'er- [b--ing qui're c:!pa II ] .illieiiii2. tf h:- owUv
the following copy of a report relative to the death DeIcmber., I1s. PS -I am iuform-iald by the hu-in-ess ae-,er.tlly, :n th i u ih: F :: 1: it 1 il
of Captain Brownrigg, and.niome of the crew of oi>f:i:.r in command of the blo-ikade at Pe-mb.i that ...,a -.ii't:r.
Her Majesty's 5hip London, in an attack made on the dhow has been ca.itured and fully re-,o.-rii-aed, _. I l. h, I .o
a boat's crew by a lave dhow: H. M S. Loudon, and anm a.o informrcd by relial.e author ity that t I -t I
at Zanzibar, 7th December, IS'I.-Sir. I have the fight Ara.i.- impli-.ated in thi. attack h ive been honor to irpoit that Captain Charles J. Browuri.-g tiuri., whil-t anothe-r v.--. One of them wtas ( to JOllY V. :'-N EIL L &CO.,
kIft this ship Un tihe 27th ult., in a sttani pin.n:ce, reac. ,tniiz-:d a' the captain of the disowv, or, at lea.-t if yoa want a Good Fi.ttiln suit of
with a crew of one le.iding (actiagr eusswiin), one aus t h- ,iau who held lip the papeiis when thie 1-i:- C(.l 0'il E .--ii; and iilj i' Stir'ce.
able, and two ordinary seamen. and one leading unate vent alongside, by William Venning. leadiun --
toker andti two akers, taking with him his stew. stok-r. Stbseoquent pioceedintgs will le fully rt- oIrtN .11. ,cN ~ll, & tO., have .ag r e,
ard, an interpreter, audn a writer, for the purpose poutead by ienul.r mail, leaving in six days. No r 'j erc of a.First.1.& utve. .i
of visiting and inspecting the boats engaged in the pap,-is w,.re found in dhow, or anything to vaiify it he er-ces o65 a l a i F r t utl cr acio
uilppre1sio (of the -lave trade at. and the dep,.Its her nationality.-(Signed) S. G." Fie.-.-65 anl ',' Iront Street
on Pernba Ilfianid. Whils.t it thie Island,going front ________ -
Plaice to place in the oure f his round, e f hi roun, lie appears, .OHN Ma. c'all l & CO, invite the Pulb-
to have boarded any dhow. he caie ac-res lest th tey T'FE DOTEREL" EXPLOSION. lirii, (aill anad. Fx aine their Lirl., As-
should be slaver.-. Everything seems to have gone -r.ine-i of Finei Suitings ntil Pa its Stutl.-
well until Saturday, the ;]rd inst., when, as hle wai. The Comniauder-iun-rhief at Portsmouth has for- (i l P'r ue S'itreet.
procediumr to the dep6t at Funzi, and was passing waded to the Admiralty a letter from three survi- Hamilt,,u, Nurr. t8. ll -t. f
through Kokota Gap, at about nine a.m., a dhow vor;of the Doterel, iu.,luding the carpenter, attri- t vr
was ..ighted ahead, cotuing towards the boat, flying butini, the disa-ter in the Straits of M.gellaIn to the
French colors. From personal knowledge I know "Araiou of xeritin.:--i.:-ratihe, and not to the explo- 3 E
that Captain Brownrigg never boarded Frech siouu of ga re. g-ueiated in the coal bunkers, as had l S E 3 i
dlhows, but was in the habit of going alougi-de to been f..iuual l. thb- coult-niartial upon the s,-ientifi.: .- "' ,. .. "',-'...
verify their paper'. tOn this ocesion lie alppe is to evidence( of Proft.--..r Al-el. The exsplusionn o
have had the samrne purpo.-e, as he told the b.:.,t's tle Ti iunph." they st.t.-, di" their at. s E. G EORGE'S BERM UDA.
orew to be careful not to board nsithout diieI.t ui- tol tion for thie fir-t time to the fact that xrotine -[. K ENNELLY Prto ieutor.
der', apparently intending a more cuisory exitmi- -.i-ative hlia exqelusive rropertitr. aiiin remiinde1d
nation, and no detention whatever, as he di.] not therr. that within a very short time of the explo-ion I ,, V .
arm the boat's crew, and directed the time altaug- perhaps 1I minutes, a leakage of xeroline sicative 1 \l )1l":S ad ',IN' Ll'M,l N Visiting St.
side to be noted. lie went along-ide without 1, il- had beea di.,coveerd in the p-int store room, whih I (Geor.r.- will find Supe, I.,r aceunmm)dation at
ing or stopping her in any v ay. the wind being is inmmediAitely adjacent to the- ire magazine iu this Hotel
light, and the dhow scarcely forging ahead. Prior whi'vh ll p.iwder stores, exeeptiI small urm anu- .1 uary 31. .' I '52.-*2 .Months.
to getting alongs-ide h-e ent the eox-swain foiwaid niti,,on wa- ila,.-ed, The prefusuption is that the es- --- ------
to make a hook, with r --hainand r.-pe attacheil. fast capel -oim-'ition flowed under the wooden flat ofx '
to the dhow, his object in doing so seeming-ly b6ilug the t-iMr.,iiic a3- ti:tha tteiieiflanable vapour it gave 1ri ''v-C Le \ S w
prevent the :-ace,.hity of the vessel tuppingg, oft wa.ts ignited by the light c.arlied by the man told
and to enablMe limnt to .ouverso with the capt.aiu and ,ff. to .leau the .,stre-room floor. What ienUaiund aT s T e
toquietly rerify her papers. He took the tillc-r hinm- ot xerotiue accative in the cask had. been in
self, and was alone, with the exception of his ste-w- the meantime thrown overboard by two sea- The 11nde1 sigo-\ed has just Received
ard (a Goaine-e) and a native interpretiver, in the mien. who aie still alive. It is .,tated that ia r "-ery ICh ie Selection of
ofter part. which is sepaiatEd from the te.-t of the May la.t an Adamiialty tircul:ir was i-sue, to tlhe
boat by a standing canopy, over which onie has to captain., of Her Majesty's ships warnin-g them of fll "'W E E D 1) t
climb to geot fore or nft. It was -till more cut a.ft the deleterious pr,.p.-rti.-s of patent driers," and NIY tSE E' I
on this occasion, by the fact of tlih main boom lhav- dir-i ting that great care should be exercised in its Fronm LonJon, via New Yi rk ejpei'tlly e- S
ing been raised to the height of iho top of the en- use ald- in the manner of slowing it. When the' letcted for this Climate.
sign staff on the maiumast, and over it the afri.r fir-t intim.ation of the disastrous occurienc'e in
part of tho rain awning was spread, being ih.oely November last rea el ed the AiLmiralty, additional JAMES RAY,
gathered back toward the mast. When the bo.t orders were at once issued to the captains of Her I Tailor and Draper, Reid Street.
was quite cl..;c to the dhow a man, supposed to be Majesty's ships, stating that xerotine siAecative was Ilaiilton, lDe'. 20thl, 8lI.
the captain of her, tood up aft with a bundle or a dangerous explosive, and should be got rid of at
roll of papers in his hand, and said something as he once, either by being returned to the nearest depot1 NV B k APPPREN T ICE
unfolded them and pointed to the French flag. or, if that a.hould be impracticable, that it should ,..-- n A
What he exactly said I am unable to report, as the be thrown overboard. to the l'ailoring Business, W'Nanted.
interpreter las not yet returned to the ship. There .._... __
was then visible on board the dhow four men, two I WW A-f. fl4W
aft and two forward, all aimed with the usual Arab EXPLOSION ON BOARD H.M.S. TRIUMPH." g
swords and a-rouses. The forecastle sun awning wa.s -- m imn
spread at the time ftom the foremast to a stichionuu A despatch was received last week at the Ad- Broke'r anil Mant-
shipped abaft the stern peice, and under it were miralty fronm Rear-Admiral Sterling,. Commander- -
two blue-jackets and the writer, the leading stoker in-Chief on the Pac-ifi, station, respecting anu fIetiil's' A goltt,
was at the engine-z, whil't the two stoker.s appear explh.sio of some zerutiua si.:.-ative" on board 125 Chamiirs Street, New V ork.
to have been sitting on the inside of the gunnel of the Ti iumph," which caused the death of a sea- -
the well, it., the space for boilers and engines As man and two gunners, and wounded sevon other P. 0. Box'7l>.
the coxswain was standing on the stem of the. woat, mnen. 'lhe dhisater oceured off Coquimubo, on the February 14, Is82.--2
in the act of making fast with tho hook-rope lie coast of Chili, on November 22nd. at 8 o'-lock in -
caught bight of some eight or ten men crouched in the morniun_. Two men were killed on the -pot, -l)r 1 e EWr 1 fk l olir
the bottom of the boat with guns at the ready pos- and the third died on the following Saturdty, wtil j 0 211 O i re
ition. He sang out to the captain aft. when they others were terribly burnt. The niiteIial Vlhicl
rose up and firod ; he flun the hook at. them, and exploded was stowed under the p:iint-iooui,u'. 0-11 lilOtde'late t.,l'is,
closed with one, both falling overboard to,-ether. contr.iry to the Admiralty instructions. It appoe is The YachL,
The Arabs, the number of whom is vaiiou.-ly ei- that a went there with a light, and it ~.:t tir,
timated at from 15 to 2-, then jump.:d into the to their inflnibe g!a; ntiiungfrtom the.- ',illed ii.;mii ; -/ I
pinuace with drawn swords and ,.lubbed gtu-,. A-3 he literally blown tio? pieces. TI.e- 'il- an a-- -.-, L Aj L.
their first fire seems to have kille.l onue .an ai satok- hi.ii-l hba-- thwu- I:,eu th- cla se of a seli .,u .z C.t .,'r o ( atl l 1 Lt. W\ oa r
er) outright, mortally w\ound-,d another, and1 se- i- t.o,ni-...uIy kun-wu ;a "- patent dii.r-'" whi. :ie .
verely wou-udet two ot'i -.- of th, tl,,.nt's. ett thle its..1. iu iri-.u-l -I..s, to p:.-v:-it co, rro,-io b:-tiv.-_u ti .: The s:la, b in in st l- h ,',e' an,
Arabs found but little ditri.ulty in driving t !aret di bte l-t s. The l iu .'ri"iiph"' i au iro .. a -fo:- use, has b-een :ce-itly,i.
unarmed as tl ey were, overboard. C('ajtain Brown- .-aip of ,,6I0i to:i-n, carrying engiue.s of ,','.'0 hiro- Apply to
rigg and hia stew'ardl werethe only two left, and pow-.r, with an anrmain.nnt;of fourteen g.ins. NerR
both were in the after part of the boat. He ap- captain is Captain Albert H. MaIkham.-Lon don HENR D' 1ER.
pears to have seized a rifle at the first volley and Itiustrat i NYvws, ,Jan. 21. Hamilton, February 14, 1882.-ti


Lj Prtsons la.,vin jiu- t CL.AIM I S nUi..iiist
S l I (I -' Is'nte ofi thie late J EIREM IA.
\VILi.l uI\ PLIS r r)\'. ,, f/int ,ilton Parish.
are requested to re .,i r i l.r hei ('r It IJ nIN 'S to
the UIlndersi-i .d a't on .- : ;:,rc the f',st daii g f
March iiow nex e( P::,n : iand ii1 all P'r.- ,i's IN-
IEIU'ITEL) to .i.a| l' sta:t- tmll p'eta-o imiake lpay-
inenlt ibv ihe late.



Alarshal s Sle.

",. 1 -, noon,

WM. S. PENIS'rON, ist Marrh next,
,d *iTi r lor. B virtue, of a iI r'E,'t isuetiI out of
l a t or. f -.'t,' t / . ( r t al't i .,
Hamihon Parish, eb. I Ith, l,'S2 -- 'J-. LL the ESTATE.anI INTEVIST of MARY
ANN ADKINS, in all thet, -iertain LOT
Notice N otice.. OF LAND, in tlcrowiiof HHniiion, in the
Islands of Br-riiiuda, dieiroiiiin:iedj Lot uinbtr
l of a 20l feet Strect running past thoe ;: muitay
A LL .JUST ACCOUNTS a.Lirist School Ha.ou-,e betw~-ti the G;th iand "th Len-
the Underai-gn'-d must be ren-lc'red on gitudinal .'tre-,ts (rT thL, said Town ; bounded
or before the on thb ,X-,I. I.-' tIhe aidl '-. feet St.r', t. und
there i;.nasuuing .- ) i'.---!; .n the ,."-dhi by .Lot
284.1 of F l-liarv., I "S.d, S ofa, 3) i, ctCrops. Str.t. and
I will not. in'k, ki.. ge anv Atoaunt ,d i;? g .5) feet ;n hcI-W F'- by Lot number i! of
to iite matter the abo,._.- named date. An 1 all thie said 20 feet Street, and there mi.aiiung
who ar. INDEBl'ED TO ME must i.-ttl feet; and on the i-ust by Lot number 1:i
tlir Ac--ounts e.n or' l.a-efor, of the sine ,"tre.t and there miasW-uring 50
feet, or hiowe-vr.r otht.-rnise the saiJd Lot nura-
/The2 3rd O/ leobruary, 1%$2. bc-r I'2,itybeboun.-ddor inay, ie.,sureor ought
All Acouint- r.iu-ining miisettl-ed after that to be described, with the- apput trnances.
date will be pl.a-']ed in ban.ts for col c'- J. H. TROTT,
tion without resp,/ct to p--rson. 2f. G'.
A. R. THOMPSON. Fby. 10, lss->.
niamilton, Fely. :13th.. 18S2. --1--- -


SFor iale.
40s A e 'C1,111 1 tri i

Tea and Coffee Company A CART HORSE.
Of New iYrk. .f-SARiSHBL
S- ApAll to the Dirc-rtor of the Yard'I'eame
W T W Na i n oI. Naval v'd.
.- liv OBoRD: .r CAPr. :1VkERINTEN.LVDKNl.
Special Agent for Bernada, Fehy. Il4h, 1.j3S2.-3
Ilasju't received per -. S. Orinoco," j --------. ----. -

I$ & eofftee
In I lb..j lb., :; lb., i:., 5 and 10 lb. FP OTO"iIAPH1 -ALLM -Y.
it'ka g,-s. ESTA BLISHED 1801.
The public of e respectfully ro- --
quested to give this i, enterprise a trial. f [
-\V. H \ AfLI N( ON to offer the irsincer, thanks t) the Tn
I,:i.l Strect, n,-ir a' L'oyal Gazettu Ofti.a. habitants of B-.rimulaI andl others, for thtir
Ffbt utry I-, I. ,S82. liberal Patronage during the [past part of their
-- ..-...-.- ..... .-.....--.--.-- -. Photographic- : prait-tice, an I l I:vimg" recc-ntly
-NOTICE. a made addition to their stock of

HE UNDER;IGNED intending soon to by the first Opticians in London, (DALL-
Sl.ave the Island, desires all !'ersujnt to MEYOR a1id ROS.,) are prepared to offer to
whom lih may be INDEBTED to present their the Public a bett,-r class of work than has
Bills for Payment hitherto been done in Bermuda.
Bfore01 the 31"st of M 'arCll, i Much time and study is given to theChenii.
and nl- r quests th.-.s. INDEBTEIKD TO HIM cal ,effects. pose, and lighting iof our portraits,
tA. all ,d Miake, arrangements for a final. ".osequ-nmtly producing tidl artistic cffeets.-
settleiment btote that date. Ships, Buildings, Ytch-t. ultd.or Groups,
J. C. KEENEY.' O2:&DP: .T ..t : 27'.,
Reid Street, laiiiilton, .1 times. Photographs, Cartes de Viit',- (Cabin-t and.
FebY 13th, I- \_.. larg",-rr si.-s takl;,.n at short fst n,eti". ; also on-
larged to life ~- ize INDIA INK. OIl,' 0-
1 F ;ore st- La e Lo-I .s, 'RAON, ant WATEr OLOIS.
SFirst Artist :fn N,-w Yr- C:ty empl:'ye.d for
Sr the above enlarged work.
I R P I Clubs of five or more talo-n .it idutned
... P.S.-Pl,-ase notiou that. J. F. DARilELL
E) ESPECTFULLY infoin the Inhabitants holds a FIRST'l' CAS, PRIZE! MEDAL i-.:r
J -,f Bernmuda thait, owingg to the Building Photographs, Induatrial Exhibiti-n aof -"2 an'!
of a NLEW ICE HOUTSE, they arV -compelled to twAnty y-ea i prac:i'--, to'_iether with tVh i ..
disconitiiiu' he stl.p'yingi act ICE until the perilnce ot hi-: 'alln, whii has iust re:ur' :--i
new Building is ciipl't'.:ll, whii-h will be fir in America, and w-ho has op .ratt-l in s i.a
.-n or about the 13th FEBRUARY NEXT, of the First Galle-iie .Le:e, e i.-' t-iem 1o .1J3-
when the supply will b,- continued throughout t duce FIRST CLAS.S PHIO IOGRAPH : w
the year. beg further to state that our prie .-sare kept at
JOHN B. STAHL, reasonable rates ; there may be work Ido:Ce i-i
Easmt Broadway. less, butt we ask that quality be -given the pre-
27th Deer., 1S 1. ference.
61 Front Street, Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 18s .

Robt. G. Lee & (Co.,

A I wfCirAfQ f l A '1 I 4V 1)Df/"FI 7V ,

Just Rleceived.o
From JNew York per S. S. 9ryOa'oo,

atia IJ'ULlt-t na'j I^f'J I cti', Fresh .tI,pHiy a.f
18 Leadeuhall Street, ItAMS BACON .....keI ll c r
AND A.T LLOYDS, E Corned BKEF and Ox Tu)\ -U*.-'.
LONDON, 1'" ". S, sed P'ig- FElTT Linen TON' GUES
Personal atleniton given to Coitsignn;c i l ol Ilam SAUsAGE Polled !IAM
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of W:er- ''oNGUES and BEEF BI'1'TTER
mudi:m orders. LAAI D CHEESE FLOUR,
April :01, 1881. MEAL CORN BRAN OATS
--- DATES PECAN and Pea-\UTS
1 IIl.SCUIT'(S of all kinds
"" ( O ^iiAlAINIS CUIt{;;I\Xrs
A'cotta. Caund EAT, &e., &c.
Siunated on Unioni -tret i. this JOII.H IlARRITT.
Town, ..v-,ed by the I- a Jai- W'atkins i, ;inilton,Ja' y. 31st, 1882.
Esl'., si;li every (conveniefWe for a 'family, _-- ... ...
and is in tlicolugh order. There ar,' numit-rous r ent,
Fi tilt Tr.t.i oit the i'riniscs. o ll
I'e,-ses,-io c:ut be iiv.-ii lm the Ict .Jarch. That desirable Residence- in Page' Piarish
For fuithlier paiti'uI:irs applyIi to I Tnvrniuiei "
,ast Bro.dwav. ALSO,
H_,,-.. ,-_. The Metropolitan Hotel,

W ittI ke l anack, Queen Str-eet. Hamila.u. with Coach Louse
11S .'b,,':Sta & c.
Apply to
At Royal Gazette" Stationery Store. Chan:ery Lane, ftai',ltOl
Hamilton, Feby. 14, 1882. i 6th Febzuary, 1$6S.-tf




(GibIs' Hill Lirht Station at Bermuda. between the
12th and 19th February 18V2, height above the sea
whe-ro 'lite : t--'i e I k-,-d., b in,- :2-'i CeetI.

Fb' ,
l- --' Geuoral Remark-3.

Noon -' '-
.1 SE t 59 .10.40 ,0'00 Overcast
U," -tS 7 .5j7 d6 '6.r250 0y00 Fin"
15 sw Y 1i'" 5 i.' .,fOi) -'f.0o .Shov f.r rain
1V NE '' 61 3 3." ,0'*o0 FinA
17 asI % '61l -2 !31'.(;.6 o '110) JCioud, htay,
I J N 6 5wO 9* 5 0-l'6l Fine,
S19. A 5 "4 G41 j3 '' tI FI,' A, cohid

J .',-. 7, z, P. Ih-. I IE F.

n^ iLeonr. Febr'arya 2 I. 1S2.


February20--ehr. Mnrc'ip. D.irrell. Birbrados ; run
sugar and molasses ; to B. -V. Walker & Lo.
February 15-9. S. Courland, Young, London;
troops, and 50 bis. kiluey potatoes, aud >6 tens
Mail Steamer Orinoco. Fraser, New York ; mails ant
231 bin. potctote, 101 boxes tomatoes., 2!.9 box. .:
beets and 101 empty keror-'en- oil barrels.
17--Barque Elizt B.tris. Hollis, New York.
February 12-B.irquo Kate Crosby, Corningr, from
Dublin bound to Slielburne, N. S.; in distresa.
-Agent, John S. Darrell.
I-Rrigantine T. H. Pitt, Young, Liverpool, N.S.;
assorted .,,rgo to T H. Pitt & Son.
Barque Brothers, Eldiiidge, Barrow, hound to Sid-
nev, in distress; billast.-Agent, John S. Dar-

I--Birquie Obe, Rijp.nardt. from Batavia bonudl
to in disttre-s; 1,4 S2 tons sugar.-Agent,
C. Hl,,i & Co
17---R. yal Mail Steamner Bpta, Shaw, Halifax;
"M'ais, and assorted cargo.-Ag.ent, J. M. Hay-
February 17 -R. M. Steamer Beta, Shaw, Ja-
ma)'. s; Mails, &c.
PasSenwers in the R. M. Steamer Beitt from Ha-
lifax on Friday last :-Captain Lindsefl. R.E.. iMrs.
Lin.:--ll, '2 i-hill-ren anu. nurse, Lt. Leih,. R. E..
and S,-rvent, Rev. F. Darnell. Garrison Chaplain,
Mrs. Dirneil. I children and nur-e, Mrs. Kinnear
and child, Mis Charleiworth-For, Jnaiiac, Mr.
Thomas; 2nd Cabin, Mrs. Ealdon.
F>r Jmaijn-a-J. J. Trott; 2nd Calbi, Mrs. Byndl-

In the aoqqies from Barbados :--Mr. E. T. Tuck.
er aud Mr. f3. 0. Tankard.
In the Mail St-anmetr O-rinc on Thursdaylast for
New York :-Hon. R. E. Webster, Mrs. Webster
and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Woodman, Mr.
ani Mr-. R. D. Cox, Mrs. C. C. Durnett. Mrs.
Hines, Dr. Margaret A. Cleeves, Miss C. Whitl-.y,
Miks A. Whitley. Captain Kal,':ukemiup and soL,
Capt. F. Graham, R.I.R., Lt. C. Ha:-gard. R.I.R.,
Captains N. Vesey,. Cloikinzr. MacIkcr:tff und C:'r-
niu., Me:-rs. James J. Riley, Ormou.1 Pe;!'-t,.n,
J. B. Olstou, t. C. Dornett, M. D. Harrisou. D S.
TMius. S. W. Roberts, Robert Porter, anIl Gird'ir.
R-iklin.-2nl r'O.,,, Mrs. Lawreun-e. Miss V.
Smith, James Mill. W. C. Riec.--:r. .'-re. Patrick
Walsh, Patri,.k Lynch, and 7 seameneucx I('.trdah:i.

The hired Steamerr ,,* ,. ', C.',-t Y'ou-n.
loft on Thur-,. '.v 1 't fur Eni'lan't. Sh-' took as
pa&*-na1ern, Att. Comy. (Geuctrl Riudnll, Mrs.
Rindall and Miss R'in'cL!l, Miss Je-rrois. auwl
Mr. and MrAs. E. C. Jackzon, Lienti. Prirnro-,, ald
Thompson. R.E.. D. A. C. G. Warren, 0. S. ,
Nurse and 3 children of Pay.rvmater Nettleton, R.N.
RP.,-a! Jrtil'ervl- serrat., 5 rank and file, 2 sul-
dier's wives, 5 clhildre-n.
Royal Enqin,-r,-e -2 officers, I staff .,?rt., 5sergts..
48 rank and file. 9 soldier', wivc, 21 children.
2/idE B't. WIf'i,,rr ITeine,l--I rank and file.
2tod Bitt. Jt,,al Irish ;d,- l serar.t, 17 rank and
fill. I soldier's wife, and I children.
Commisar;oI inif Ttraspoip Sa,'ff-L officer, wife
and child.
Cons'in 'rilt an-? Trm',.'iiur COr~~e-1 scrart., 3 rank
aa] til. ,
*" '- .' 1 -c fSt.Wlrt D 1,i-'w '- o.fir-er.'
.. Do.. r')rrn-l ser-."t., 4 rank and file.
Arnmy Houvital Coitp-1 ,taff' srgt., I soldier's
Awise and 4 children.

Brisrantine T. H. A. Pitt, Captain Young, 15
days from Liverpool, N. S.. laden with box stuff,
arrived at St. Georgres on Tuesday last. Captain
Youngr reports heavy gales of wind from South
West to North West during the entire passage.
On Sunday 5th inst., in lar. 35 40; long. 12 10,
experienced a heavy galo from W.N.W., in whih
the figure head of yes-el was carried away and
bost. stove. The Pitt, had some cattle on boaed
which were brought over safely.-Agents, T. H.
Pitt & Son.
Dutch Bark Obe, Captain Rijsgaardt,from Bata-
via bound to Boston, with 1,450 tons sugar, arrived
at "Five Fathom Hole" on Wednesday last, in dis-
tress : has hbe-en out 125 dcvy and the coast of
America, where she encountered a succession of
of heaivy ri-les which started thestem so that it hadt
to ba se'fured with chains, broke the rudder, carried
aware s*.ils arid rigrine" and caused the sh~p to leak
so 'I in trurb weather, the witer could nrot be
fr .. u. ,i, ship, nie li'-,rtrin. a portion of the
car .' ,.ili prob.ihbly go i,,to !ie Hlurbour of St.
n-.c..-.. to-d y.-Ageut.i-, \'. C. Hvlaud & Co.
H.MI.S. Wre, leaves for EnglLU. 1 at noon to-day.

Ships on this Station.-H.M.S. Druid will conm-
plete her 3 years in comtrds-i' u this month. In
S May the ido. In July tl- It ",,el. In Septem-
ber the.Yrthamnpton. In tL....'. the O(nt..'t. The
3 years service of the Te.',ed.s w., completed in 1881
but no arrangement has yet been made for her re-

We are much pleased to notice bv the U,,r'l
.S',ric. 'Gat'tt.- of the 28th ultimo, which has be,-u
kindly loaned us, that the danger arising from the
"patent drier" or xzerotine siccative, in suich vorn-
mon use on board the iron-clad ships of our Navy,
is so prominently brought to the notice of their
Lords of; the Admiralty. Tihe article referr-d t,,
con -ludes -thus: "The destruction of the ill-fated.
Doatr,' with her crew, and the fatal expl.o-i-.n .:u
Il:.:,rd the Triumph, have ariM n from a carele,,une,.-
which, if investigated in a Court of Law oun hore
would be pronounced criminal. Are- we then to
a.-k in behalf of the Navuy, who is re-in.'le r"
vo arti les in rc fren'.- i tli ex- lo-.:; (u
board the ships above named, will be found on t-h.
first page- of this r,'a(zt,. The. pateut drkr" i. in
common ub- by all houe.& paintfer--, and wv. e< .-c .hI
believe that they are aware of it- da-ueroiB inu-
flammable properties.

Vv ''he. healthi-f His Ex,e:.l.-n'y Ti.L O.Eovep.on G.8ieties of tie Sensona.
' murhb thte .-naiui as it. was when w-. iNsui.ul Dtrini' th- p.-t f i w:. k- tlh inhalat iu[ts of our
our last edition. ,:rdiuurily ,q i>,.t littl- i.:t.t.,i...Ii- ...1i to, hI v'-
.- .v n-.u i.-,l ft-i l tlh: p: -.-..:-ful i.,o,:,t,,uy ,vft tl ..i'
TI'lre BihIop of Newl'ibF nlland an(I8d ev.:.iy il iv-,v ... n 1.,.,-.I ito tli- :.-'l.'I vitxtt
] rIIil dIII] ",f lk ii. ..i,- l :tu,1 :ainntIll. .tit. A ttii ..- l.i-,u ,.-. .t
Hi-i Lord-hip pr,-a,:hd-. on Sin.l:iyv last at St. Hlunt fiui-l.:-', I.il1l, au-I vnuiu. parti1=., IiI ,e 1,,,=n
3Mf:ry's P:-rrihli CIIhur.:, W. V,A vi k, in "th.e m.irniun', the order ,f tih.- .1d'-: u..r hIa- thi.c ,'oun1 of I, 1- -
arId ant St. IPail'-; Pari-lh C('nr. h. Pats, in thi.- ic, l'f1 I;v n c..'tie-l t,, the' upper aful n.,rr.- w-ealth;y
afternoon_ to a vera y lr;-' e au'l attl-l tivt:- t t .,u'.-L.t.'t- la--<.s ilouc.-. Thi:c iu'lduiitrial p1.rtiou .:.f c-,lm-
tiOn Ou Quiu.iii'i:.:-in Sud.I.ty His Lr.ilhi-. ninuity tioo have ftil tili"e. aMid the teli.-:tii- -,t-
1,' '1.t-,:. li.1 in ni- in rh.- .it PrC' t rand in tl.,- tine.- of biiiu,.-- to e-'-.t t,.-'-tl'ir_ a Ii-r itlih.-nu._
c euint'- a t Trinitv _Chuhii -f On tic'- li -t ....... -on of tlih t'lcfl a- s tio f-1,:.U a tc-v-- i u.:" uinu--.
thi t- t wa. 1 Thu..t. iv iv.. it'.rt si' th v,-t.sEi E tein-r i ut.i tle- dt-ttils of tli-- f&-ti- itsi we
11--;.iine is rotfitaiblet uto aill tlhinus hli.-iung find the ,.u-, '.If th-. -..'.as. wais ttiuinph:lntly
1..,Ani-m.- ,f tlie: life whih uow i, iand .:ft th-ct whilh inaugiirat-:d l ,y iiF BDILL or TiE RO-:,- Imni i
is to) .-Or-." A ,relici.'.it inin, trlvinig oun thl,- I Irrnt.s lwho :ut:rtiiniul a liric- nnil f -hion,.,le
ni-r.v au.I iui-tie- of G.-1, is fri,- fr-in all uinir, '.ir .leof tbh:-ir fri-nlr s at th-.- Ti-he.ate R.ival. Pr',-
all... and. distrting cr--, an'1thier-f.,re tth .:.-'- pIJelt. Tihe :-..mrncdi:,ii.c bIuiil.ling was Uc,-t .-i.::--
.-,t. inan t,, r--i.-t the e\il- wlii. h L --A t thi' litF,.., andi. t l9y test'..n-.l \rth ':l,., l ,.- t .-A:wy bititinn-. H '-r:
tti i.,-t runalifi.,-- to -nj> v the- l Aiu' _f this Hi at- au1 l tI .. .i- ratc-IuLitr int'..rv:,l, f.i-t.--Iu to I lb- -i.l.
t'fil world. A G..dly rnian will ni.:,t fnllyv a wppr- nwalkl. uii-hct b1f .4e'i glilt'.-rig st-'r-, f,',nr.:- 1., y thi-
ciat,- the- value o.f s:.uitarv ,.-nie.--, and-iill glinac t,-g'-.the-i :,f huruib-h,.il .-lid-.l-armtic. Ou thi:
in ,=n r.-y in his w.,rk. ."-:.,aiin-. lii whule lin' of -tn -'- -t i:,,l thl'.- ,,t .'i l ',F 'ruici m.l a L:hitd thI-It
fi.:tion r-"ts on a '.ali.l ba-,is. At 1r twe Io Fri- w e,',i-', .,i .:of't anI tlxucrioii-,i :-f.- au l t.i--Y
ild: ,-vt.nin-' r.-rvi,-m.4, at Trinity Chiur. i Hii Lorl- I h.c,'i f"'r tiL'-{,* wvho ivi-he-l to: I r- idl- p.-t actor -if
siihi. cnu-i. red thi-- t,-xt--"In uy F.1thI-r'.- hi,.u- tl,'- ady ainl fe-,ti\,:. ,.--.,. :,- le-w. or to invit.: tli...e
nare m:ii;Iv runiu-i.',uis"- in its nai'pli..-.ti..,u t i. thl w'e-try al -i :'.it:-d in th: tin zy ci..l .:.f tih i:y'i-nsi
wl,',-h l uiiniver s-, aI "; 'T,,' lhou,--., Ild in it-s u.rrw't-l waltz t, ',..-1 :Ilu '. ':tinf,'' reps, 'eri:- th.-v i'g-.Niun
'inl ,.c:u,:rally n.a -pted m -aniu ., t... Htavn it, if. w' r'- '"all1-- t.:, i,-in i the 'nex- t I'i. .-. W ith kinil
He-re w-", atr- d.lw.ll.'r in tit-', ti'er-r- we -,hall in- w:"r'.s of iwel,,-I:'e the .' gallant Otti..-er-, re-:eiivd ie, h
hal.'it l-tinni al. ieis whi. h cur Ilieaven- ,''f thi-ir gu:-t-' .1* .1 pl.,it.l:y shwl -.I tl thl- w iy t-:, tlhe
Iv Fatlr licith preprid.,1 f.-.r them th:IIt lov liim. dr-'-in- ic.-...imn-. U:,On th,. -.t'-.: (,..lo:-l eand -Mrl.
t", ,1ftt.:n ., Ml-,. H-frII i-, I ni.1 th1 otl hI r 1 ti.lir ll i .f the-
T,, I'!,.'.,"y' t, Il, ',it!., t, R -iinent r-i:.' iv- l the-ir vi-i it-,rs with .,r- li.n l Iih:is-
-italitv. Ti-he -1 .I'n iid .trio4-' L..i of the re--.:iiiin nt
V- ETrv Roo.r. Tavit r Crn:r-n, 3 p a ,,, iltion f1 a ,)opi itte din,.e n, -
LunI LIoI T I /. F1 '. ..,, 1 -2. i ,sic ,,.ld ,,l,-li. o te i :. ,.- arlt,,l the ( ,1 'Ve. i
Sin.-Tihe re-iirv whi ih the 1 nit c 1 .:. d.-I.-n 1.y the p-l. II-uir'.. Tih.' st, li.-r t IJ.te at the- -.l i..f thl-- lIi.,
H u i-i..arne- o-f I S0 -.h v--ed t. :rr'-.juiri ,l, h.iv,: l.,.,:-u pt.r.,,-to' 1.,le I d./zzli-4 '.1b-1 1.'," ct ihaiinls.-:,i -
ma.l- to the- rc,,.f- of tie Northl Traus,:-lt S...uth silr.e-r n.u n'. cll-s, while- ev' d dlcuty the i rI--t tasti-t
Trnmi.,ncit ..f Trinity Chur,. : di:,-is ojill-l ,i:.min 6 i1iit :d you t' its .'-il". TIet
Thb- wi.:rk wo.s -i -iin in Jiuly h lit year and fiui-.h- pr._aLnrn' i.f t' -i'-f hte-.-u ,:I.i .' -s wi.- fii-i',.'d All ta,",
ed I-v the end of Aullust. u,..a., auol b-t wen two and thr.e in th- nt...ruin'. oni
Thee iprob.-ible 4ctiniate wis r.el.,1-.d ,- 1.' a. of the mi..-t -.,: -ftl anud brilli.unt I.,lls it bI l.-en
1r-'? per ,cnuta. ,i of the ,..lId -.h t in f':nIu :i. i ll- i .our -,:, l f,:tui t.: 1,e pi-,'.-ut it, hiiI .:Il.
able, b1v the ftae.-ra.ble pire.-cl-e of the ,:1,- f I.h1 Foll.:- inz ,i,-kly :,itn th v.- iv.ti c tlihe (.'-ipLI-
and bv the ex,'-ri.i.n, of ev,-ry e' c-unsi-t-nt s tCAr, H}c'.--Se-,: an,'ther '
with e(l.ciin:y in thel proe-.-iition ...f the work. With so mitiAiuh dJ.i-n i-s ,n lan1d it is hardly -nor-
Au C'x-'minatioun ihas l..b n ia-le ,,- f tie- (.Iiaiel qi i1ic- that the hlarDIy ,, i t-- thii"' -', with their'
Root', whihli har been dis:>ove,:r':d t n h, in n un- ianphibiioui- bI:rethr..'i oft tih.- :-w.ord, 'e-il.l u:not re--
,-atisfi.- t)'ry co.nditi:-u, urgently calling f,.r repairs fra.iin fr,-i inviting- their fitin-il to ai a lft-ern...u-l on
during' the approa,:icin.- s'niuner. i hi.,.-1l II. M. S. T ',.-'.
At tlhi Spec.ial S.r:e ou New Y-ear's Eve and A- ArrrE.N-ooj. or N H. M. S. '* TEnr:roR. -Bri-_it
ait th,- Ear'y Servi'.' on N-ew Y-ear's riorniui,. the aO'l l-.leir h ti'.:- th.- e-entful aftr--uoo:n,, but a str'jun-,
c-jlle..ti'ns mitde am'countins'[ ti. l1ti It. 2. haive- bie-n 'Ibr.,-z froin N. N. E. u-i..l iore stc than w.tu
i0-t apairt for th,? Chancel R.-.of Rt.Ipairs. audl seOveral .rT:ie.ia.,l.- to m.--t. A st-Ainrt lanuh, a iiart-, in
-11'nll suib-i'ripti,.ns h:i i b-en made and promised. t.w, n. ul tihe ,:- ...'..,,- -:-..n-ve-yel the 'gre.sts of the:
The r-'-{t inay be assumed to be the s:.iite 2a.J tiht re- six -a*.y ont b.jardI by 2'ic. Thle- p.i'i.n.)i
qtuir'ed for both Transepts, viz., 17.:. Au-I we ihve deck of tice j,',l old ship was 'ailh- covered in
again to appeal to the g-enero-ityvof those who have Awith fl I-.s of ev--cyv hi,:- an-I( device, and the floor,
taken an interc-et in the w-elfare of the Church to if so w.,- itvy >:.ill th,.- de ck. wa-; a,'h irailly lIrel.air-
promnp-tlv help u in carrying out this very import- ed. If th.-r:-e w.i .iuv l-H.-k of li:di,- ,it tin,: Ht.-l, ,
ant work. the '-:.;: hl-l: sl, 1 l tak,.n ve-ry gud '. ire thI-ri: ILholl
Towards the restoration of the North Tr:in-..-.t. not .Te :,iy such complaint ag'uin-t thi_,i, aidi pl t-
Window injured I1..- t.. TTiirri.-ino. 1S50, wlhih i ners w:r.'imd.led pl.:-nty. Tlrie din:iu'ng wna- well
cot abottt .X15, thi,- .. ('nirlin.. wh" ple- sustain-1 till the '" hades of :v,--" warned- the
se-ted the Windows in that Tran-vpt. has .-t-n-rt- C,.-ip.i.y it was time to 1.id1 2ood bye and betake
(.1usly, remitted 5, which exhibits the inter"-'-t be them one,:.-i-re,. to' te tra litna. The- aft-eruoon w.ts
still takE:s in Trinity Church for whirhi, while lhre, a g'ranl su'i ,ls, and tihe :n:llaut 1.a'.h'-lor's are
he did sO, much. greatly to e ..... npliime-tidl '. the eiiiirtiking,
We Hall be pleased to receive intimaition of any W,- mnut I.riu-- oiu- liit to a lose with i fe,-w
subsc-riptions for the- Chancel Ro,,f Fun-d. words on th,- ,,ri:at iu,: .:,';s that attended the en-
WM. S. BARR, tertaini.--nt gi%-Vn 1. the C.aLE.,ONTAN QUrADRILLE
W. H. DARRELL. CtrB.-iSSef ;nnthb'r c.liinum.
Chapel Wardens. --

THE B. B. B'S.
In a.,'orJdanc.- with annon'iic-ment thl Roval
Artillery Ethiopi-,u Troup, n aiple:n'rc-l in the Spar
Yard] Thtctie. Irrilnti.l I,-lnn:l., on thi. eveuiuun- of
the 13th and I Itth icistaut. On *-a.-h evi-~ins- thl-y
Irt-. favor-d with a larger,' awl u .t-'t allireciative-
auieln-, Li in' -of whAomi rt:.o_-'uit. iu I.n.0111 of the
Trou.i- a hporti.,-u cf the C., propatny b. whic-h Mr.
WAi,:k; v ally -upprte,-l l'-t ye-arinthe
lpr(:.Ili.tiin of ** Piunafi-r." The programmes were
adtidt 0liv carried through. The songs were ex-
cl,:l.utlv rendered, and, t,,-t*ctl,-.'- with the Jokes,
Conundrums and )Di cl:.,ice.s, ,:li.: itf-A ,:,out iit'-d und
hearty applause fr.mrn the- cau'hI':n':r. B.ue-,"
*Tinabr," and "iMr. Johns,-i n i aititticu- tl'.iit-
selves spi.-udidly. The Ethicipi:i Far--es -vith
wli.h the evening's amusement toerniiited were
reunlered % ith marked ability. One feature of the
peifonjanc':es as the intr-idneti-on of the Talki-
pli'o.," Tintlo's lect-tiire tlh-re- t,:>e--ther with
his practi,-al illutraitiu-n of tlhe inriviti,-n kept the
house in a roir. Tlii- instrument t mii-'t h.e -eu to
be appr.i tc-'ed. Altogether tih? two p-rformiauces
wer. a br-illiint ine" ce-,.
W,: n- in'd.rtand tlc, B. B. B.'s propoe vli-,iting'
H'Imilto1 a iuil Prosp-, t s. i.irtly. wh', n we i ,o p>- ttcy
will n.e-t with that support vlhich they deserve.,

.. ,),,' / .' P .,7 G .r:r". .,
-DEAR MRn. Etnron,-Th- foll'iwin,- prices of
Ste.atmers, t l:.n ft :'nt ".T J.iicroil f C("micit--.'" of
27th .Taumirv, 1;,S2, sul.mitteiid Iv Ceou--i. P..-k rD.1,
of Liverpiool, to lhi- Govt--runment at Wanhinguton' ,
anuv 1-. of s.',rV'ic- to "A Public- Frientl" for thbe
People's te.,n,,er.


17th February, 1882.

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itiothbr column headed Wv'l C -.-er.

State-n-ut for the year loil.
Re-p ipt- fr.,m Coal................ ;,4i,551I 48
SL'" ilrond ... ..... ... 5,4.,4.,39 '1
'' Mi-,:ellaineu-'s ........... 77,',l:3 12

,$1-,'"2',,i)0 7 51
Expi-nses of all kini sI....... 9, 1.720 19

45, 117,27,' 82
Taxes, Ilter est and Rentals ;,:;4,',1 54

Net Earnisi............... 2, 12. 46 7>

Capital St-,k 2 ''i,i1,0,ii,), B.>una l-il Deit 19,- I
St:temiu: t f.-.r the year 1881.
Gro-s Earnin.,, ft'inm all sources...... -i27, ?9t,.5'2i
Exp,-n -s..... .-. .............. 19,632,661

Interest and R:-util.s. ..... ....... 7,7.i3,,S64,
L,.-a,-jd Liu ............g............ 3,55S, 4,:3

Balance Profit............. 1,2,.,.5;i

The Bonded Debt i;h 4,041,0.0, while the Capi-
t.Il St,-ck i-i $26,2,i.,/.c,,) .
Liminc VALLEY .AILrzovri, 1SS1.
Iu.:,:mi e frr., ;ill -..ure .-- ...... .... .. $11.1,,"12,126
Ex:p- es.c .,f the- 0Road ............. ,.)4 ,S3

Net E.iiunidg-.............. ..5,71 1,04:3
St.o-.k .27,.,l.J, 'P5, Bonds $25,163,000.

A t'. .tiii-:r c f 1,5I10 tonii cc 'ip.i :ity ci -,tI the e:har-
terer about .t7,i)u -tgs. -.nuth, l.,--ilde --:-:f-t of lo .l-
iir-', dischargiag-, au-l ill P-' t c i.i nr,: nuI pilitn--..-.
Ti-.-y hlrit tbh-ri-fot- t,, e h:limllld vi. y ,uiiiekly toe
Ity. T -he .1,-t-otiua l.i-At y t.r .n'it the C.ipe Birtt-n
Colli-.ri-- ri -uiilt, 1 inu 1.:.--:-- t l.hart:-r.e',- uf Ste.-mi
T.:.u :,- *:. t. 2 ...utreal.

Mn. LE:,--I m i gl -I t -.e their Proprietor of the
-lower F:-rry is payi,-' evciy attenti,,a to hiis liusi-
n--a-,, aun I I.ivi iIt'u l-l is v-ry n..cniti,,l.ttiu.-ng,
aud:t i wv,ell fitt:-. witi IjI.:,ts. H- sauys I,.- u-veir
exi.i-t d rt. -inc than I./-. for pa--iti-:ls, lut inu lr"gh
we-ithIr ti t,- p .,u.t, i .:-iu' In.nv,: ghttn:rci-i, y -'ien
Ilian 2 '. I -...' ni.t thli k tiL:re i. t t.iti-A eu,-ri. h fIr.
Su '.l:.' it ioi
P, Ofhie-.-I was up there -on morning-
wAitiutni" in iny tcu t.:' et l:-tters. I u.:,ti-':cd quine a
uuin..iu-rof l'f i-il stadiung opp-osit. th'.- a iuIdow
xIwh,-r- th..- letter w:-r';- b.:iu-' dilliv-rid ; they \\,-t'-
I.i-,e .l t.: ,tantul oiutide thlie rail and \wait p.,itiently
I.:"ir -in ou.j t,:i :m -e al!,-n th-it th,:-y kn w tio nask
t...i their l-ttr:-rs; : why could there ti.'t be :in'uth,:,r
isuinug wiunlow tf-r L:lidi.-s It would hav-: timn,:
and givo mi o',' s-itisfa--tion.
Ir'.n Drip-I-l-tt,-r Boxc,-i I uciti,-i the
B..-,-xs al,-i' the roa' l .-side- hlav:- nu.,t blj-n .Ci
v':t imnl- u:,-.d, asI -iuppi s c, however', tlihe will
b-. .at s-.:me future- da:y. WoIilc it not 1..- better for
th .I tb.l..I pji.itllt..-ruowvu, as e'dl is a[it t,:, t i'ht,-u
stronu'-e holiv-.
1Up1pe Fo-ry.-I un'ti,.-ld the eitherr ilaay a ,c-reat
mauivy i,.,at w,:rI- <:ieuplhy:-d takin awviy Iillast
from t11i, lh rf f-r tli-'r Co'irland ." it
i,:ing mo-,tly -.cil, a rc-iit ,,porti'onu ,f it ftll from
th- vwhi:rt into the' wat..r, h-lpinrt t, tfill nu. tli-
d,-k, .-,: ae~ to give tiv.- at.n:th-r j,l. I
'-,lkl on,- of tie- Ferryv;m-u'- attiulti' a t-:) it, rndi.
a-k--. l ih vii\.-h :rIe w.i t I[ .r'".' ur t I.:,.it: i th- r,'.-
pliel-, W- have nci-' oi.:h 1). p.i-:,rn hie--. V'.- h.e,v
1 tw-, ,lut we .:, i.,t i '., y thl-m ."
A ii:iuilt'ir,ni M,: .:ti--.-.. In i LaI. to lei-arn thi
the Farmir-s bh -1. c'.:u n L.Ubling -inl1i- u-e..-tit-.
,-thI in HI:iiilr,.n aud iu Sail'- Pnt-ih. I Lb-li--iv.:
'lheirt itct, tioun is to try a.iuI c.l:cu nlew mii irk., t fI,'-
thc-ir prudut e. Tlc hce is ii ntlnit g like tlyiu'-.


IIighlly Imporlant Public Ileeting.

At a I it':' h u.ii'r li-t evi'I:.iL.' wN : rec. iv% Il thI- f.'1-
. iu. ..' w titL ui' p 11 of ;on Imn rt.,i t Pull-
it' M eeI t;iA -- 'ih:l-i ill ; P .u'i 1,, NtII-''iday-I,
',I li-h we -ldl y l. l -,: C r: -' n.-twith-
t 'luliiu t i, 'u' U :ni. y its lotI'. r i' t,
,. t:,, u-.-Ei'. R GiAZE'irE.

SMirits P.a.isx, 20th Feby., 1SS2.
DEAn.\ MR. LEC.-At -i i' ,,tin'-it F.ririim I-. -iil
.tlih r, inter,,t-id in u A 'ri':ultir,., I,'-ll in this Pa:i-h

I was ;-k'.-.l :i ('hairi iu to .- t you t.I iv'- li'-ity I. tl: c tiil: ,.' -'.-'.liiu i t iu th c l h tuq Of ynr
v. ua,1i .l'- ,.ptr.r in t''-ii':.i .w in .
I O .u I 11_-', t tl. ,-r: Vith ,.,pi.: ., t e l ,r,- I .lii.. .

The Englishl Mail of lihe imnd Feby.
Thl.- R. R Steaiir B-r.'., C.iptarin Shiw, with
tli.- E !.'li-ih M3il ,:f tIhe 2cn2l iu-t., arrived at St.
I r I-' .: ,c fr., I- Halifax .,rlv on the- ui'.r iu'.s' of t-he
.17 l i,-t. Thii- ,uiil was :l.r..i.l-A t th: Halifax I.v
th .. S.t: 1n-. 1 i ,,.. .. w hi.lh a iv:-d tLer> :,n
thI llIti in-l.
Ca'.t. Shaw,with his uui-il attention, sent ius filet-
of Hilifix p-,per. ,.,f the 13th iustanit.
Tl''e wathli-r has I.'-n Ivery -ve':- to the North-, tr imc Newfl'i\ut'iinllu \zz e-tviinrd.
t i't ,iu Shaw, Iou his la-t trip hien e to Halifax
r.-poiti h atin. eoiiut-rer'l very 1Ie-av\y wc-athc-r, aud
mlwh-lu '-l..e up t, II lif;,x h:'dI to fie-ave to., fuor ,
liur- in .1 S"ru ea,-terly .ale. The 1are,:ret'r
ft.ll to "',-:3' dererr-, the,'- l.we-t l6e c'vt-r saw ir, thic.:
i., ti; I, .d.,

Anid i-incin., yoiur- truly. 'l ..
CLAREN(E PENISTON. NEW ORLE.xAN, L., Feb. lU.-A meeting of the
ChaiIIITu. citi/zuns of C olumbia, Caldwell parish, >.-pted r,-
-- solutions, calling, on the 'State for a-sistItne'e for
SMrii's P.Rnt-H, )20th Felby., 1.S2. stirvini, people of parish,-s in Northern Lousiinna,
At a well attt-,li-ed im ,-tin-c ,-f F.irim, :rs, oin, where thb- cr-.,p.s have failed.
others ite-re-t.--l in Asni:.iltur,-. I,-Id iu Smith'- lI)Erioir, MI.-H., Feb I1) -aMuch excitement was
P.-.rish, thi- tit,'criutn', tht I'Iinipfl cCLA.rEN.E caused in the city of Adrian at the dis'rovery th-it
PENFr.:.Nx pre-iliii-, some $11ii,iif,'0 in bondt had benu illegally -iued
Th,:- fll,,wing' ': solutionn w-re put and ad.,ptel and uegotiat'i in New York and other Eastern
ui:iniitou' : cities through the Union Trust Co., of New Yotk.
S ,I i,.i 1-Tinht iu view of the Statement-, frin New Yulk that the l..onls came
...f this Col.--I-, :,.-.-iino- fr!,-ni tlh, ,,hipricIt of from Mayor Thos. J. Navin weie denied byhim,but
too i' minY Oi:uinus, t' tI, thUuited St.,tev- of Aer- Ile -ubseqiuently admitted havinugthe Lbond printed,
ica., .u'[rig th. .iist .Se:-.i-,, it i, d:e.i-id xp-di, and yesterday be suIddenly left the city.
-.ut I.v thi F:mn-i-, .Ait-l oth.-rs inte-r:.-t-l in A--
li: asse-i,',l-ed hi.r- t.o-,iy3, to- d-v,, IA- a tr- a BRITISH PARLIAMENT.
t ii p., ,'- the ,:r,.,.s ,f thi's pre..-ut .-.A'r LoN-ootr, Feb. 9.-1Mr. Forster, Speaking upon
1.-52, to ti-.- in.irpos. if endl.tvuriunt'g to o)p.:nu : the inenIument proposed by Justin McCarthy, to
iii.irk,t illn Eu.L-au.1, i.y .i'i.i:r -lhipmuat-- t.. Lou- the aLddres- in reply to the Quieen's Speech in the
d.inu 1yv St-,i. Comnnous,. aid the Governmrent had ti led the effect
Rie,.- --.:2-TI it .on ur.;'>-f tic:ut b:, drawn uIp f..irtI- of rtl(a-ing the imprisoned suspects. He referred
with, fo:r tlh- pur,,-ei.- f I-triniu.2 the -si-'uaitiurs pti.-ul Ily to tji' itlease of Father Sheehy and
of all p wlii .irt- willing ti il-vote- a p.:. aske-l what, ac,-ordiug to Parnell, practically
tin i.if th,-ir cri.ip to their .b.:,ve uLirpo:-,-;, al-j, anionuted to no ,ent at all. Mr. Forster quoted
statioi ti,- of Boxes of Oui,.u, thliy .ar, Clhi-aro convention telegraphs a proving this and
willih.Z- t., e r.-frrid to tihe sp-lech re-.-ently delived by Healy at
R,..',. i 3-That th-., C'h.iriin b-e reiliite-fd t., a ik Neiv Orleants. The Farmers, lie .aid, had dis-
thi- E.litor- of tih 'R.,v;l C.Ti.iett.-" a.1 -- ('..,1.- covercel tlhat the Laud League's promises where
i.'t" N-W-ts:p.Ip.-is, to -iv- p', t this ,'iy'-i unur.liaile. Notwithstanding signs of improve-
pro.:i:e-di,-- i hit hi\ WV. k's Pnp..i-,-, ,...r the lur- nit-t, the Goveriumeut he said1, would not relax
"-.:- .-if aw-akrniun' thI: intI:res.t ef ir-.Vry ,. n- i c their vigilance.
th,-s- I-'l.ii.l- it-r -,t>:d in A'-riulthur,':; ud al o --
to tlh- t.i.-t that whte-vt L' i tI.II.--., incit be l..n-, Feb. 'i--It is repurte-d that the natives
du.riInL te-: pr.-,.:-ut w,.:-k, to all.:-w a -t -aic-r r1.1 have burned the town of Fouricarial, on the west
-,- or..--r-.] tfr':n Le nui. by tli- next i.mail c ora-t of Afti,-a, and have plundered British and
11A', ., tit- ('CI.iirL.iiu ,i. . l- :.-iU-- t*.I ti Frenc-h f t-toriers. Several owners and clerks are
:mnrini. .it- with th.: M3i.-tiit..- .if the otihe-r itni-siug, and it is feared they have been killed.
ParihI,-e, :,.. uainutiln thli-Im ,,If th-. tn-ItI, iu CAPE Tow:, Feb. 9.-The situation in Basutoland
v hi-. h ti it.- tin:.- v.s ,r-gui-.l, ;,u1 rZcp-t-,.t- ip s t vry grave. All the chiefs art@ reported as being
fully rc ,e-,ticn' thioe t o Ur.--oit- ,imilar ma--t- in favour of joining the rebel Masupha.
mgs ll thlir r -p..:tiv Pari-h- durin 6 thiL prI.-
gs:t eh,:-r r.-U. to t.-tirw Pardcopiri..sof tlLhs agr- LownN, Feb. 9.--A parliamentary return shows
,nut ikpted h: r, to tro wirh f.,r tie apure- 811 outrages reported to the Irish police in Jany.,
]Iut- of oltfinieu-c, the signatures a t- su..,,r ribers of which 179 were agrarian, being an increase of 31
at thle-c. i,,:?tinu.-z. over January, s I.
An ag-re,:-uent war- then drtawu up anli a.l:q:te-i.d, ALEAx.NDRP.I, Feb. 11.-The con-:.ession to the
and upwards o-f 1,20i).i l.,..::i of onions auil.s.:ii.iib- Chamber of Notables of the right to discuss the
forthwith. budget is recognized as incompatible with the
'The aryu'nieut., Iruiught forward to induce sub- maintenance of Freueh and Euglish control. Re-
slriptious- to : e.--r(e of .:nio-ns fr London, we-ri- aviation of Controllers General is therefore proba-
the-.- : that we la\ve bt-nu in ti:he habit of shipping' ble.
all 1f o:-cr onious to New Y-n rk for so lo-n,, that the S-T. PETERSBUTRO, Feb. 11.-The University at
dealers there imagine that no iiiatter how large- a Charkoff has been closed in consequence of a dis-
crop we imay grow, they ..-ist hau1dle thlie-r aud pay turbanc-e among the students.
i- what th-y pi.--1,. : tI.-tt the rc.-udlt of last e,,a-_on's Pains, Feb. 1 I.-The Marquis DeJocas, who has
-hilpn. ut. It,:.v.d that ev,. coid.l -eud them more invested 600,000 francs in shares of the Union Gen-
than th,:-y couill,..i-p.: of to adviuntag- : that tl- eale has suicide. He introduced American vines
Cerop) thi yar will prolba.lly 1. al-ovre the iv-ragn into France.
of thi.: .--r ,pri-Vi. o- to Il'1, ;ail that cm tlh-rncn- -r,
-.. iuIvar whit, ,,,ius 1p iutn.l thibs -e,-an that w,. VIENNA, Feb. I I.-It is untrue tLat the Imperial
,,iull Ilr.,b.Iv ly ht. ,.ii.iij,,,j bx.. fit f.,r -hipi.tuot family has sustai-td losses by the failure of the Pa.
l..y 3)ithi of' April n'.-xt, atoll tli:t if w- tak,- ..f rit Uni.,ouGnierale or has money deposited in 'ien.
2,',t 11111, t-' s,:-u, to,: LL,.-..n. we -Lzill get na, na Sander Bauk.
it-Ii in Ne- York f-or tih- i:J,v.11)),. as we- would PARI-, Ftb. 11.-The capital of the danque De
hatv, p,:t for tIhe whol, lot if" se-t to .I- pla..,- ; and r Macou that has stopped p yment is 2,000,000 francs
weial-to.-htow that if wi.- ican t.k 2.i,0.i)ibox,-s duo iunin of which 25 per cent is paid up).
on- wi7. k, w,- Inty it' wi -t- fit -,Ike- ,is maiUy inmr. CorN.CTANTINor'LE, Feb. 12.-The Porte has address-
lt ainy thi au.l l..y l"luini- 1 man.tIrk-t in L,:und.:u, ed a circular to the Powers, statiung that it has in-
whi ,:r- ai ,.ii.- be dli-,trilut.,i ell -ov.= r tl- -,.in- structedl the Khedive to observe international treat-
try w;-ithin l'l hI..-i', a .-uiitu, lly v,,- tiy --.-ud :tur' ies and to maintain order.
Iwhi:l,- roi-lt .whit ..- iu tl L,.,uo,,n Iby the 3,th 'rENva, Fe-b. 12.-Official reports state that
-f Alril. au -l l 11,,t tin i i.,. it Am.ri several inor engagem&nts have taken plaice in

ll teI- -n ou- thl n ,.Lu ri. :- ,,r u. a t, H1 erz g, a su the th in t. The insurgents
S,,n- t L ,l.u t thr lt t were wosted iu eve 'ae. A fight occurred on


Tile 20th CoimpLany Amaciteur Diauitic: Club oa',:'
two pre-rfi'rincl:u.-e o.n -iMoL-nd 'v; u-l Tuie-t.l.ay the ithI
,iul tth Febrnira 1",'2. '[it"? p-rf',nc.i,:e mii-
imuct .:d iEl ca.h ,i1-k-ii-5. withl fairF.- bv C'. Moi.-et,-a,
Esi1., ,outitlt- "Chii-.lliu:.-." St-rg-ariut E.Br.mtbl.?
I's Trotter"' vt-ry auctuiiui-., :i.ui al.-) Sapper
; C( irk-. :hes thel na S'-'i.litt- ,l -' I irt. S.ip-
p-r W. Butt,-r radca,- a t-ry goo'-.1 Larksptur" audnI
thel- K't.-" of Corpl. R. t'.ib:u, aul th ..- 'Mr'-.
Piper" of Corpl. WV. Morgun, were very p'o-o' itd-
per -1iou n t i u.
T. -m Tayleo-r'sNaN.iti'.l Draini if -* Bla.:.-k-eyed Su-
sAu" f-l.,-wed., whiih wa.h rc-i.irkI:l'y wi-ll put onu
the stag'-. The- S,. ucery au,.l itn..ihanuiil --tdects by
et-r,-t E. Br.i,1Ilie,, ar- w..rthy .,f nrit,., ,:-p,- ially
whire- the- M3 i-oft-war" lfit a silithte troit hi,'-
brua.l-.1J'l, *iin,. (.'oitpl. Wt. Munser.),v's ,' Wil-
liAJit" ,l-eit-s .pv-ci, I ii,'lituoa, ia, tI'we haL.'" ,v.irn
,e u thi l h.. .it- r11 iy ., \\t,11 by I- v n .iiit.t
1.-.f-ol SiIl.-r A. D,-lerp ,"- is v.-rv o"':,.l it ic ru-i
pip.- bmiu'. i tC-rpl. J. H;itri r-' "i B ljuk-e',--l
Situ-" \'e-y tt1-c'tilvly', whihi r-..--iv. 'l -'-t .Ip-
pli-t. S-g't. E. ,'nili- ni. 1 Corpll. W. Mor,'-.un
pl.y-.l w-ll t,,.ltlh..., Ou.itl.>,in" Uand ** Dilly
M.iyovri" re--'p.-.tivly. S ilpper (G. Clark,- mna'le
ai vI:ry o.od Calt.,iu Cr'.--tre-c" a''in Ce'rpl. I;.
Gil.--'u pl.y.:-Il i 11 it. k- y:-.I Sn t%:u" ,-Idlmirably.
** LittlI J liiiiy (',_Il -,ard''" i:t up -i. '" Ji.,I:h
Twi- '" w-, vt-ury utl twl.ii hl. t,,-l ".' Wil-
liarn" h: ",as "*t.-wiii' it ,iv.," ir'' .tnioio's lit-
y.aru i he f.iirly c..o il .ln, thl,- 1i.i'. All th,:
ClIhar. tI.-, it,,_ uiit-r n.., t, u.n-nIti.,ii pl.IA d l th-ir
parts Ivr;y w-ll. Thl.- BI .il .At the R. I. Riti:, w\;
in dttenLdanu-.e aniii -1livei-VO-., tlih- ,-,nite-rtaiiiueut with
t,:.-- xexllent iin-i-. Thii-' a-t rtainimt-uet inuit b-
r--c.:rd-iel .-, tntier -i:.' :-"s for th- 20th.-[Jt''..i'
,t/q r.,' ;,,: ( ,,:.': "" ,.,- ,,,.., ', / ,-'.. ,' .,

The al,bov e 'gave tliir Auniv,-rsiy Bc.ll ,it the
M lihaniu.'o H:Ill u Wenu,:-day, thli- 15th Fe-by..
1S.'2. The,: ivitatiouI w'-rVI: uniiin-lut,.s nd we-11
re-sp':,ui'-i to, thel'-- be-ing a ; uted nuttitbir of the-
military pire--nt, n Li. eve--y corps in th,: Ga1rriwiin
w-as rI-pr--ie-e,.l, with ou>- e-xa-ption only. M..-sirs.
H. Unri-er us Pr.--iil.ut, and Juliu Barritt :-, Seere-
ta'ry, with thl-ir w:iot king ci.-nunitt- were iudeta ti-
'-aible in thli-ir ' to make the rit-u lie-tui-
c-eiU-, the- fl-ior likI.- .-l.-.s, i:l'. their' visiti,-' wIV l-..iiic
,a.1i e,-,inif',rt il.,-I. Thu r:t'fre- itneut did great -:ri--
dit to thli-,s' whi I had I.loIr,-n e of the-t, thl- principal
oi-j-.j- ts I-iu-n' vi'ri-ty an pl--uty. Tlhe-i-re were 25> es on ti,- proIPl,:-iTaune-, buI t I.-ig ,L : t short, ;i
h. df ildozein othtii-- had tio be, pl.,yt-.l.- The Siriu -
Di-i.l ,-f the R. I. R. wa.i in latti-n.lanu e ani.l .Ip--
pli,.d th. t uilt i.'. nu.1,r thie .h:,r.'-. .,t B ,u 1 lt.', pl.
Enu,: y. I D i iu-'i v-., k, >.-pt tip v.~-ll till .i.m.,
h,:u th. pI ,t 'i- .i .- ...i l t,., tii7 thn I: --li. t,
l -tf it 1 .!-..- t[ il ti.ll .l .. ,0-7 I r.t ',.1 tit,- -:r.,h
,,t '1,.- N -.,t ...-i l .lurh-ii .,i l i l ,- s th in l ,: lf *'u
Ir:1ir tic, Aunii- -i-.iry E.ill w.n ... i.e ,iu .-inj-
11 Iu '..-', ,tt -.-ill I.,_- 1.3 l, li-lr ... .l b.y th ..-i- vIh-,,
h i.,d tl-. 1.1,':unur f l.ihu th.ri .

Tlh: ".. l R,, -mt i c .c,.r ,'clu'-ri for I, l' diu is i-
al..- lIt B.ittl.lbu N-ilthumbilitilclr:L.. FI"-liers. 'Th.
47th i- tio rctirn to Aldcrahoot.

tlle lU I, at iorti Ir -ova, nlillstl InIUgIro 'AlT Urti b.
until two in the afternoon. Insurgents. fled ivaving
2i1 dead and carrying away about forty wounded.
rhe Austrians lo.-t five killed and wounded.
RANOOON, Feb. 12.-The King of Burnmah has
issued a mandate abolishing monopolies ; and has
appointed an with a view of re-establishing
relations with Indit.
VitiNA, Feb 12 --In order not to offend Rus-ia,
Austria bas entirely abandoned thb plan of par-
tial, or temporary, occupation of Moutenegro. Ne-
gotiations, however are proceeding with Prince Ri-
kita for the passage of Austrian Troops across hii
territory if ueeess-try. This has helped to discour-
age the insurgents.

Bi.rror.D, Penn., Feby. 12.-A spark from a lo-
comotive on the Buffalo, New York and Philadel-
phia railroad this evening set fire to little pools of
oil in the low ground near 01ean, N. Y., where the
united pipe line-s have a number of large iron tanks.
The fl nm-es soon rcoimuuicated to 3 iron tanks con-
tciiiciug in all 10i5,11,0 barrels of oil which are now
iu ti me--, a lurge force of men l-ft Bradford by a
spe.-ial fast train. They took pi'ks, shovels, can-
unou and chemical fizo extinguishers. Trenchesand
emb.anukments will be formed to prevent the spread
of the burning oil, when an overflow occurs which
will be at 2 or 3 o'clock, am. Olean creek runs
near the s-cene of the fire and great fears are enter-
t.aied that thie oil will strike the surface of the
stream aitn destroy a number of railroad bridges
and hlior-s near tihe banks of the Creek. The oil
will be drawn ofi us rapidly as possible by peifora-
tiug the tanks with cauuou balls. The night is as
bright as day for several miles about the tanks.
What thu esitlt will be cannot now be conjectured

Thtre was an exceedingly plea(cait gathering at
the Hamilton Hotel on the evening of Tuesday
ltit, in r- ,,,pon-. to a kind invitation to a Hop"
is-.u-id by the Proprietor, Mr. Faruhamu. At the
]hoiu- nimed a laergo addition to his numerous
vi-ito.ri'-rpr, .-etntin.g the Army, Navy, and C'ivil.
inuQ, had a-i.emibld in the very .spacious dining
to.em, whie-h f'r the nonce was fitted for promenad-
in's and dancing., with an orchestra temiporised at
the bl-ad. Dan, ing was soon omimmc-aced, and
thlouizh the Pr...-'raiiiie was a full one, still the
party did not feet-l disposed to) part, till three
ad-litio:,nal dau.-es we-re added to the list by the
kin.l lhs't, ntin enujoy-d. The floor was in beau-
tiful -ondlition ti:,r the terp-icoreans-the muaic
-x.--lleut-. po-,rtiou of the Baud of H. M. Royal
Ii ,h1 Rfi-- filli.n. the orehe-tia. The attention of
t the Prir'ietor w n. bi-youd praise, and the party re-
tirn-i highly plea,-:d, anl sinoe-rlely wishincz that
,vri" vi- iull atte-?l l.,.th Mr. anwl Mrs.
Fai rlniu in thi-u'ir .' uiidrt:tkiuc-'.

C'. r.ti Ki I u,-'ly iand Mtr Brci:-. Chiif Officer,
with' hiv- 6of tit. les..iuenu of thle White St ir Line
Str:iii-.'r -, ',. ". }ha\ve r-ee'i"d tvit-ward- fiOml the
Eunli-I, B.i'i, -,f Tiand-, the-ir gallant :,nd for
prai.-wurthy ex.-itious in ret.nting the: (rew of
the Sti.-mer' H1t cni V .'.

'A.N 1 ,'.


'I ~..

1,.-', C('1.,,, ,/-W'cdnuen-dlv and Fril.,y ,morning,
Pr'O er. 11 I. n..
T,-'' 'v .,, -- D,,ily M..iunini.'auil E. .,iu- Prayer
M0 a. i. and p.m. i.WV':L:-Maiv i.l Frid.cly
exerlitA,, whin Evening Praye'r with Serrniu
nt 7 p., ii.
in',;it ('/Ci,/I.-(ornniuniou S rvice S a. m. Even-
iun., Prayer and Sermion 7 p. Ti.
I' 'i, C. '.r.-' -- 11 n. m1.
Th,- i who are ;c''n:.'toiined to ri-ly on the morn-
in.-' Prayer bell at Tiinity Church in th.'ir daily
OC.,oirnuory, will i.:i.isrvt1 the' alteration in tlthe hours
of srxi. e during L-:ut.

Fr til Rtu,',l f,':-','.
Mn. Erron,-Your corr-espoudleut "X.," in a
vr.y suntrnary rannu-r.ri dispos-', of tL- flue hiabori
o'f St. Ge-.r.r.--, andI C istle ILarbr, an-I wiouldl hoar.
thle World b-i,-ve thlit th(: only spot in Bernmudai
suitable for lar'xe vo,.-els in diitr,-s, to di-charge
aind load i.s Gr,'-',y Boy : -iul says tha;a t th ,.iU.s-
tiin un:,w li':--s hetw '-U tl,.t ani Murray's .,n-.h1ir-
age" a- an altern.tivi1. This i.irtaiuly is a con-
smintInate pii':i of "-ihee'k," nndIh l und'rtake'-. t
d,.-,.ide bit wetv n th.:- tw. in favour ,f l-:-rraiy RBay:
and to support lii theiOy, ht- :so artifully w,.rds
some of tlh: evidce-u-e as to do great injustice to
Murlraiy's Aijchlola.-g. Hi sttes that "uu th"e t, -'
of this mnorith the -'riteri..i"' was ordier-d by th.-
Surveyors to lighten to IS feet. ounl to come iuti:,i
St. George--. t.i dii.harge bahinee of iw-ir'-o, for fur-
ther exaniinatiou ; and ou the 1 Ith, ,uie hulk, partly
loaded rea.h-lied.thI- wlharf," and th.-n iaunt..-- th t
it ;, Iye, t./by whnoih, aniy but hiiutelt :' the- .-hip
mnay be ait iu the- harboriof St. Georges
within a inouth or :ix wi-L,-s if n,,t previously
wrt-'-ekd. T'li-e ',,,,.t state-, in to-dlay's issue that
S the Crite:-rii:u' hel.iu to diCe-lhar'e at Murray's
Anchorage in the hulk 'Conrad Helberg' on the
6th, and was towed into port .,.n the 1lth.; and that
it was subsequently decided not to repair thlie vessel
here but take her to the States," so that it is not
expected the .:argo will be landed at the Naval
Ta.ka." nor the hliip ecirue into p-rt at all. The
hulk Conrad H-lberrg" i- a v-.--.:I of some 400
tuun. Now why should hoin:-t conpe.-titioa resort to
such insiuuatious as those made by X." ? Thi.- ni-
tural infer.-u:- is th. weakie?- of th,- ia.-: hel di:'-
ri tinies r--nder it perilous to remiiain iu Mu'ray',, Au-
eh,,rage unul..-.-"shiip- have sub.tan:ti:d ground ta, kle.
Your eorre.l-poiudent is fully aware that rep'e:atedly
vetsel., dei-iroius of ,.-onalin, froin the hulks in .;
Bay have 1i.-eu pro,:-rantiuated by th,: weather, tli',.
6Sniio as at Muciy's A">A -horage, and that ,.itith are
open Roaidsteads. The firn.t Coal Hulk that quar-
tered at Graszsy Bay was Noun iet-d uip by the ex-
posure, and it i-' ju-t proble-matical w.heu the .-e-
i.olu1 will 1-. Your c-i,:Te-spondeut in his
sentence upon all the pcrti seems. to have iguor-'d
the prospect of having the channels all s'urveiyed
for the ptrpoue of enabling' theli Governnui-nt toj
jut,dge as to the Uimproving >.f all, or either, and
that the Legislature has made graut- to in---t the
expense of such surveys Ly the Royal Engineuer
Department. It is perfectly idle to suppi--,e that
large ships in distress, or needing Coals or Pr,,-
visions, would 'oret' up to the We-,t End ,f the
IMland if possible to obtain thi deairn-d relief at the
Ea't End. Deepening Stag Channel" is 6I't suif-
ficient to induce them, nor would the further im-
provement of Timlins. Common u Sen-ue and Jiudg-
meut make thii manifest, without .'Vii- inJut.i all
those pTartiiular-, ,:, ofte-n diuvild into the publie
mind through the Newspaplers. The fact is that
the whole question of aceonunodatin: large ships
lies between St. Georges andi Ca,tle Harbotu'. If
the Chanuels to thl> fornter port coull bei: drept-ned
and straightened ait any reasonable i,.-ot, st-h a-
the Colony .cau afford, of course that would take
priority : but if not, and th- '' Boilebr ,'b-tructions"
at the latter -:an be- rtn.iired at in expen-u!e that the
Colony an afford, then of ioure Castle Harbor r
will t'ake the pr-f-r-ne-. Theli O,' Swell" it,
of minor a:c.itunt, be-;:aue th-re is plu-nty of an. lir.
age in deep w.iter in that landl-locked harbor where
the ocean swell will Ite no detrinieut. The use of
that harbor in year-, plcst hts settled that point, and
it i-, u-el-,s in this enlighte-n,:> age to hold it up as
a s: ire-erow. Should the Surveys declare in favor
of Castle Harbir. and the Cost be also in its favor,
then it will be the pucli-y of,the Peopleof St. Ge,:,rr-'-,
to advocate it as a pl .,:e of resort for ve-,sels that
cannot with safety attempt the Port of St. Georges,
for it will I,, -rit- ti, their Mill, and settle finally
the >_oiiteutih.n between Eat and West End. Good
,ub--t:ntial Sto:,r- Houues onught to -'e built there to
receive Kerosene antd other article- ptihibited from
St.. Georges, and for portions iof c:arg' e needed to
be landed or disi-hargt-d for the lijhtellin,', o0t bhips
to cointe into, st. Geoirgea for repairs, &.-. It is not
Safe toi .tire cargoes there in hulks liable to be
at1e,-t,:-d by '-evere storms, aind th.- storing on land
would soon tell with Underwriters abrloar:,through
their Agents h-re. Suitable wharves should be
built, on which Coal Yards .ithould be erected for
the -onvenien'e aud condominy of coalinif ltarp.,.- hip-.
Of ,.our.-e ;ill liis it.ornniodatiin i, designed fur
vessels that -annot corme into the port of St. George,
and to guard against the d:aners of M'urravy'-, Au-
ehorage. The- Govt-rncmeut is already .-ginniiig t,:i
stce the iniportancue' of that pi.-iti,.u, by ,re', till ng
substantial fort for the pruto-tion of their N:val
vessels that imay quarter there.

For tte Royal Gazette.

will waut one quite a-, large but ion an ifierent model,
and iuni.h I-wift,-r, we littr reckon un herr
l-'uting t.1,1i)l -. I was shown a letter that c-iune
Is-t w\eek from a gentleman in Loidoni, r'-iue-stinh'
MJIu t,. riny iiij ; -,1. if w,' B'nriluid ian-u would, take
.ini-' iiT a tavn-r TBhe i titer s.-L.v, I have
just Liid a splendid B.:at off-red Lte for 15,00');
she i- f 1,20(1 t,:,n ; na.i.,1ntiI'1.itioun for a reason-
able number of '.., and is a ten knot
boat." He adds., she is just the Ibot to suityour
Trade, and I would tike one half with them.'' I
sin--.tll judle-' .hli- wol- l to jtit -sit f r our e:.,ond
boat. but w.: shuld ui lvel. one retinble and swift
bo-t built, -.o a- to be ,, tlhe s.ife ide, and perhaps
some day we might own two boats, and open the
English Iracle, when we did not need the second,
boat lire.
I have been iufornme-d by a ,i-nutleinan that a few
years aXo, an attempt was mmd'e to get up a steam-
-Bhip i. inipany--it was tii hVL' bet i- called '' thI
Brminudl.i te.iini Ship C.rnipanuy," for the purpose
of estaiblihing Stea n communication between the-se
I-lNd ;,nild New York. the estin.tded co-'t of steamu-
er from i:3.1.00 to 15,000, 'o you niight judge
how our trade ibsa r.iwn, as it now takes a boat iof
twice that value, anud of 'ouirSe twice the size. I
will also inform our peopl,- that theb ea:rnintiit's of the
boats now rwuninc how what a large stu.n t rnou':.
we pay per year:-
O)i, Steauter's earnings ...... 2,264 7/7
Se.,u B ..... .. ...... 4,825 5'1l
Sttb-idy ............... 2,000 0/0
Total atrmount ......... 32,089 13/6
Can it be w,,oner"-d, in view of this great amount,
that our country i -4 his be otur l]at year t': support furei.ign stamerI
and encoiura, -.. our own, and kevp .nur niijn.-y iu tic-
country. I trust that some of our energetic and
influential Bermudians will step forward at once
anul a-,ist iii thii ' uindort:,kin2'-, our intention
iA to C:.i a Pueblic Me>,-tiuav at the Town Hall short-
ly, for our People to decide on some arrangement
and take iinmedi-ate steps.
I would be gl.r 1 to ge-t ozine reply as to apluproval
or otherwise. ,

BAmnnAos.-The Schooner .]f..,.'c, Captain Dar-
rell, arrived on Friday la-t in a passage of 8 days
from Barbados. The J.*,,ge is the fir.-t ve5,el
here from th.-t Island ince it was d(.-liued to,
be an infected place. The J'. brought a Clean Bill
of Health, but it was deemed prudent by the au-
thoritie. that she should tunder-o ta ,liarauntine
of observation of 48 hours ; whi,-h having d,:ne-, shlo
came into port yesterday.
We are indebted te Captain Darrell for some
B:ntlado, papers. We are alno in possession of ex-
chiug:. tfil.-s to the 7th instant from the Commercial
Rooms of that Island.
We have been kindly favoured with the following
extract of a privtt. let-ter re':-eived by a friend, by
schr. 3agg-ie" from Barbados:-
"We are all well now, and every trace of yel-
low fever has di-.:ppeared : the wi-ather i-u cool and '
fine, with strong .,reez-s. Thle Government returns
shew that in 20 years only 117 men, women and
children of the different Regiments stationed in
this Island duriur that term have died from all
c.u-ies, yellow fever of last year included. This is
the smallest mortality in any British encampment,
even in England, Scotland, &-e.; this .hew-, Barba-
dos to be very healthy, and the death rate for the
entire population for the year drives only 2 in 100."'
In -eonequenue of snall-pox being epidemic
inthe Unitd Stite-i a 'y-t-n1e of G,:-uner.d
is re,:.uicu tLI-,l by thie d uf He.-alth of Bar-
Thle first hipiitent of sugar to Eugl-and for 18N'2,
was nnmietde by the t':-a ni-r Z,-,e-" oun 5th in-t.
The e-lde--t s..u .f the late 1tr. Grin-ly, Inspector
of Railroads in Barbados has been appointed to
th- ploitiin lheMl l.y hi., fiatlher.

BIRTHT. t L pron-lhire Parish on the l9th January,
MIns FRED[.hICK INGHAM, ...... ,t Intnri-. Cott.ige, Warwi.k Parish, ou
SnIudIy la-t, MaR. SOLOMON WILSON, of a DAUoH-

.......... in Sandy's Parish on Thursday 2nd irntiant,
MRP. BCNJ\,MIt T. R'Rnowr, of a IALITITAI-.

DIED, at hiA resi.l-ice. Hel.ijr. Paget. on Fri.lay
the 17th infant. in ll-77th year of his Hae. SAMUF.L
A. H.\pr\Y. Eqo Ihp eldest oron of tho latl[ Hon John
Nolbl. Harv.y, wometinle Speaker of the Flouse of As-
seinlly in thele [lan'ldi. Mr. Ntarv;,: reaidd many
years in Derrerara.wre lie be tabliahelf tie well knnwn
house of Samu-l A Harvey and Co., but he retired
froni business many y,-ars "aeo to p.nitl the '?enfiiR
of his days in Bermuda. Here for nearly 1 years h-3
represented Warwick Parish, in the Colonial A4seni-
bly. and for many years lie was a most upright and
painqtakinr "asistra.te. tP nlwn fillr-ed or olr oics,
iulblic and loeal, evincing in tlhemni all a rtni'orni pur-
p.ise toidischanrIe his duties faithfully and tfearleasly.
The clearnp~,s of hik jd]Lriven,. added to thei piurvy of
his nmtivpe and priicipl.'. and the absenen of all self-
seekinr., r-nd, red himni a moat valuable public ,e-rvnnt.
To xe.-lenlt busin,-i capacity he uniti-d the mo-t
sernpulotqs '(-nse of h,)nr, and in every relation of life
public aniid,private, at home and abroM-d, lie earnet the
resp'?et andl eitoepin it all whu, knew hitm. As a pub-
lie m-in hie was most high minded, and conscien-
Si,'t arli in thoe nmnrf intianiAt relalions of life he
w)'1 0Ii0 afltcti.jn ofan whbu w.-r, broi_'hlit int. coutact
with him lby lis aminiiil.. Vgentle, unselfi-ti and siniile-
Minded characteraranl disposition. lie was a kind and
lonunlitul friend Io the poor. and a generous benasactor
to every go.:ni work and] oliject. It is hardly nee.-isary
It naay ol'f uh a man that lie was one ofstronf religioms
principles. Few men could have ieen taken fromn
aui,.,l us who would be so sincerely mourned for or
,J wih. lv .l.
SMr. llarvey was buria.l in the Parish Churcliyard if
St. Paul's( C.ureh, Paget, on Sunday afloirnoon in the
pres'nrie ofa very large concourse ofN prsuns from all
liarti ,f ltheI Islaind. 'I hie i-hop of Newfoundlanid and
;':riiuda. anrl the Revd. Lumniley Lourih. the lia He.tor.
oflialed ; atl the regular afternoon survioe the iish-
op pre.'lhed an admirable funeral sermon on the 25th
and 261h Verses ol the I lthi Chapter of the Gospel of
1t. John. taking to pay a just tribute to the
worth ot him .l ho had juit been cora nitilol to the earth,
in sure and certain hope of the resurreelion into eternal
.......... in this Town. on the P9th instant, Miss
ESTHER GAUNTLETT, aged 9) ye.ari.
........., at Salt Cay. Turks' Islands, on the l.'.th
January last, REV. JOSF.PH C. ASTWOOD, aged 64,
a native of Bermuda.
.......... at :his treidetnce in this Town. on the 16tll
instant, in his 49th )ear., la. FREDtEnUiK PAINTrN,
a native of Charlburg. Oxtord, England.
Mr. Paintin, who carried on business amon uAn for
a number of years, had, tby strir.t attention anti robity
ofconduic. acquired a handsoineomnipetency and gain-
ed the.respect, of all with whom he became acquainted.
He was ever ready to relieve the ieedy. and to further,
with his liberal support, any deserving and charitable
......, in Hanuiltoin Parish on the 17th inst., of
Dropsy, Ma. F. Rairimssox, aged 49 years.
eldest son of the late Mr. John Richardsaon, of
Smith's Parish, -leaving a Lbruthlr and six Biter' to
mourn their loss.
......, in Hamilton Pari-h. ou Friday last,
BESSIE ALiovy, in the i,,', I',r-,ecd oalf cI.I lI year of
her age.

Notice.... "

Of all tliit Large hnd Y' luablle

T,- I). .

Deputy-Inspector General D. L. Morgan whose .. IJLI nitJ ,'-l
time expired on the 17th January, is to be retained Belonging to Estate of tfn:', Late F. PAINTIN,
as Inspector General of Haslar which will be offered at Auction in a few days,
H. M. Heavy Dragoon Regiments are, it of which due notice will he given by Hand-
seems, by a recent order, to take their turns of ser- bills.
vice in India in common with their "lighter" THOMAS AM ILES,
1.rethtiu. It is supposed that the 4th Dragoon
Guards will be the first for India. D. SPITR.L NG,
On the arrival of the 3-60th at Malta the Royal Executors.
Scots will go on to the West Tn-lie.s, andi the ....inl Hamilton, February 21, 18'2.
panics of the King's Own, left at Jara.ii:a, will rI.-
turn t ) Englnnud. o *
A Dublin despatch says Mr. Cotterell, solicitor N ONl- .
for the Lauded Estate Commission Court, has been
compelled to resign in consequence of inadvertent-
ly nsnct ion ing the issue from the Commission officer TENDERS will be received until the 28th
of a pamphlet ...unainiu" Land League duetrines. Inst., by the BUILDINU COMMITTEE of Lodg-e
The affair has created na eunsatiin. 1026, G. U. 0. of 0. F., for constructing a
There were 17,341 persons evicted in Ireland: in l F 1IG H T OF TE' *'
1881, of whom 10,062 were re-admitted as tenants,
and care-takers were granted 1,7t21 ejevtnient de- in front of Odd-Fellows Hall, Pembroke.
crees for nonpayment of rents, representing to be en and all information obtained
arrears of rent, amounting to 47,000. Pla to be setn ad all information obtained
T s lat MR. FdEyic. J. SWAw's Shop.t
Trains Block-ed by the Snow Storm. By.Order,
Y-*11_ 1 -l 'r I MY"

ST. JOHN, N. B., Feby. 10.-A fierce snowstorm UHA \
is raginghere andr the stretsare agaiu blocked with Hamilton, Febv. 17, 1882.
snuow. No trains East or West have arrived so
far. The St. John road is blocked a mile from \ ,
arleton by a freight train buried in adrift. The iE J .C J a
Sussex expres- on theIntercoloni.d is blocked at*
IIldmpton and can get no further. The express Barrister-at-L
from Halifax is at Memramcdok and will remain
there. No attempt will be made to clear the track I*'IL L B E L
-_mi; 11- o' un aae. ewmuisiomLc

S runiul Lbu storru has abatoe. The wind is I-romtra e
PEOPLE'S STEAMER. North-east and abdut a foot of snow has fallen .,)
Da4t ME, EIioit,-I would be glad to inform far. The Storm is even more violent than that of
your reader. that the in-uliuntion for stenm is ou Sunday last,
the int rase with our People throughout the couitn-
try, but don't think it advisable to 'all a Public d i T
meeting at present. I would however r-imnind your D o--, ^T reere i. du. u' thet tath
readers that the g-'e:t olbjet of c clll-1 olu' upeol)l- .. -, .
together, i- tu tryand c olne t soitle ..,lus;,.n and d.l 1 t'iunav ot" whic. h number 14, were,
to adopt the best seeming plan for our people to p1urv-,-e,1l ron fro 'eignmrs. Thure were 107 vessels
have their own boats, and so strive 'to keep our reinoved fron the regi.try of 5.,357 gross tonnage;
money as munch as poible iin our country and thus 'U20 :.f th.e were s._ld to fuoreigi'mrs, 2.5 were wreck-
save it from ruin. I h-lieve our le"ple are now ed, 12 -tr-auded. lot, 22 broken up, 1 3 abandon-
feeling our' inkil.' t..-ditioun id tre det rmiined to ed, 7 wcre in eolliion, t mission, 12 oundered, .
usjtheir endeavour to save it at all hazards. We were burnt, 5 were condemned, and 6 struck tff the
have it in our pow.-r t have People', Steamer, and registt lr other causes.
sh.: should d lie owed generally right throughli the
I.annds, especially by oiu'r Fartimers ind Mer':ihaits; n R. I. R., Theatrictals at Mechanics' Hall
then we need not fear any opposition Boat, we will this Tuesday evening.-Dours open 7-30, perform-
have the whole trade in our own ihauds We have ante conunen'e at S.
made a good :ominencernent, having our shed free ; --- -
now for our steamers. I will mention that it has
been tsuggeste-d by nuii,' as t very vood plan to Just Received
adopt, to fix the shares at 10), and allow any per- At Royal Gazett "' l ti
son to take front one share to fifty, and keep the list At"o ya t i Statioley
open for one week, so as to allow every one an op- Store, a few Copies of
p,:,trtumitj" of takinu'a share; then no fault beul LI TTLE ART OR'S
found. 'If the full n number of shares nrequirel be .LITTLE A TI Or
not filled up in that time, it would then-be open to 1i y Of En d
our capitalists to fill rip, to the full amount re.- sto* an .
quired. Perhaps only onue-ha' of the money will Hamilton, Feby. 20, 8''2.
be required that can be decided by the Peiplce. It_____ _
is su ggeted- also th-it after the shart,--as:re tak-'n up, 7m 7
a Bo rd. Dire':t-.:'r- b, appl-'iutedl who should ask J 60)M jL.,fl ?I9d
our Hounor- .i ,.kI R,pr,.--nent Iti-., in tht-C,:'lonial A '/.-.5
bly for a grant of from '3,ciift to :tl,00o a year for5 Per S.S. COURLAND."
year, and. o tnl d out exa,-tly what kind of Boat t e eoy-.l Gazette" Stationery Store.
would hb rt-equitie-l, nd make. ar:magemets it oncr.e A.. \t further supply of LAWYERS, A- . her-u bin built. N-, tinlie shi:l .b, lo.t, s, as COUNT, leu, 1 ULED anI PL AIN, hite and I
to have our .,wu boat out in time to relieve the COUNT, I" lldue RULErandP1. AIN, rhite anil
pr,-seut one when he:.r -ontia...t expires, which 1 aU blue FOOi.SCAP, LETrEi.tand NOTE Papert
told will be soou. I have understood that this Boa ruled and plain, white and blue, &c., &C.
cost her owners for Building- 35,000, but as w Hamilton Feby. 13, 1882.

From Ber[muda 3
Hamilton, February 18, 1882.-2


M ths,
months. !


ilEt Undersigned hereby gives notice that
.t Per;o0's having
in his hands, and have been notified of the same
being ready for delivery will, IF NOT CALLED
fioni this date, be Sold to meet the expenses.

.4 S ofJ

Corner of Parliament &. Iundonald Streets.
Hiarmilton, Feby. 218t, !682.-1

Private Board.
LTADIS ;a.d Genitl,,enn vitiuig-- Iern.:dia
can be comfoi'rtuly v a-ouonuto !iited ,,on rea-
soille Itermis by applyin-g Ito \'V. S. PEINI;-
'l'iA", Jiclville, li:ann lt, i' .I ,riclh.
Sea Bdlhiinc andi loatiig amuiucg o lier at-
January rd, I 3 U,.-6 S3p

By Public c Auction.
At 12 o l.c M.,

On Thursday next,,
23rd Instant.

Belonging to a Geutlmanu who has k't. the
I CEIA.MBER SEI, complto
with large Glass
I Walnut Marble Top Centre TABLE
1 ROCKER ( 'nCae Seat CHAIRS
4 Hair and oth.-c MATTRESSES
1 Oak l'xtension Dining TABLE
Hall aiid other LAMPS'
7 Handsome PICTURES
1 English Eight Day CI.OCK
1 Parlor STOVE 1 Cooking STOVE
2 BATH.< CRADLE. Swinu
20 Dozen GOBLETS and TUM-
BLERS, Manrmalie
And many other Articles that will appear at.
the ,ale.

Hamilton, February 21, 18S2.

By Public Aliction,

24th February, at 7 p.m.,

HouseholdIl Effects
Of the Late Joseph Watkins, Esqr.

Hamilton, February 21, 1882.


AT IREiLA1D 1,a1D a,
On Saturday Next,
The 25th Instant,
I will sell by Auetion, at 3 o'clock,
AT No. 2, rIa.TE A ILr.ED
Household Furniture,
Kite ien UTEN.-ILS, &,.., &c., &c.

with about 150 Slides, spr,:i0,lvy imlapted for,
*Sunday S'.'hotol or-Lectri R, fnimi, the sub-
jects being all religious -, ;,ndl the Instruluent
being in good order.
Ireland Island, 20th Feby., 1l82.-11

771e Un(rsi,.// offer10 Ba(j.5y of
their usually low priced but well tltvored

Hamilton, Bermuda, 1-lth Feby., 1882.-2 .:,p


Respectfully informns the Public that he has
Opened a
Tailoring Establishment
Over the Store of Alexander J. Frith. Esqr.,
No. J9, Front Stre'tt.
Guarantees to give satisfaction, and solicits
a share of the Public patronage.
fT;- A new supply of Goods always on hand.
Hamilton, February 21, IS8.2.


Corner of Queen and Reid street.
Hamilton, Fvby. 21st, 1882.

1 For Sale,
S Sy Order of the IMortgagee

ALL tlat, certain DWELLING
HOUSE and Lut of Land thereto be
longing, situated and br-ing at thu Flattu Vil-
lItge in uSmith's Parish, which ntid Li.,; ot Land
is intersected by the Main Road and ib bound-
el N.rtlhfriY, by the. after. of the Flatts
iH rboui ; I',.,!t.,iy, by lands turmerly ut JoLij
Paynter, tldec(-ta'ed, aund now of his heirs or dce-
visees ; a'ouIr/i'/y and.1 Ea e.rly by lands fuorm-
eily of Edwin P-.niiton, deceased, and now oi
Aggetus Outerbridge.
Ajlly to
February 6th, 16]2."-3 3p


Swill rEceive TENDERS in dupli-ate up 1
12 o'clock. noon,
Supply of

for the

For a period of 7 Mouths, commencing Is
April, I8'62.
Forms of Tender, with all information ca:.
be obtained between the hours of 10 a.m. an
" p1. in. daily, on a written or Personal np-
plication to the SENIOR CouMMssARlnr Or-
FICER. up to the day previous to the openiup
of render.
the right of rejecting any or all of the Teuder-
A. C. G.,
Senior Corninissariat Officer.
(' olonist" copy once.

Co.V 1T' 4. 07T'8 F r it


SEALED T1,'NDEi. in duplicate
will be received at THIS OFFIcE, o1 or be fre

'1Th' 4 l of March next, at noon,
From Persons desirous of ,*n'ering into all or
any of the undermentioned Contracts, viz :

Supply of
"y .

No. 1.

MW h'AD,

T' MTEAT, Salt and Preserved

t '" uiiauCERIES,
POTA IN')ES and other Vegetables,
CANI)LES and Keroseue OIL.

S. No. 2.
No. 3.
No. 4.
A List of the Suppliies to be- ium-b'l, catn
be seen on application at THIs OFrrci.
Probable quantities required, to be ascer-
tainel by inquiry of thu MAfEDreL SrUPER-
INTENDENT, who will also furnish any other
1.-The Contracts to commence on the lst of
April, 18'2, and to runt to March 31st, 1!-s3,
to b.e- determiniabl'- upon three mouths' no-
tice being given by either party, such notice
to be given on the first of the month.
2.-The Contractors will be required to enter
into Bond, with two approved Sureties, in
one-third of the approximate annual valte
of the Articles to be supplied, for the due
fulfilment of the Contr:cts.
3.-The Articles must be of a quality to be
and be deliver-dl at the Asylum on such
days and at such hours as he may direct.
4. -An Invoice, regul:uly numbered, must be
sent with every delivery, and will be detain-
ed by the OVER iI.ER, who will give a receipt
with correspouling number.
5.-Every delivery is to be covered by a writ-
ten Order; the Orders and Receipts will loe
produced to th'r Committee of Quarterly
6.-The articles mult also be delivered at the
Asylum on such day and hour as the MEDI-
7.-The Bills and Books will be made up
Monthly, and crtitfied by the MEDICAL Su-
.-Pa. meint will be iimde Quarterly, the
accounts having been previously duly c r-
tified by the MIIEDICAL .U.PREIlNTENDENT and
9.-If from defect of delivery, or from unsuit.
is obliged to ob ainm supplies elsewhere, the
Contractor for the supply of the Articles
deficient or unsuitable will be liable to any
expense incurred.
10.-Each Tender nunit be enclosed in an En-
velope, addressed to the COLONLL SEOCE-
TART, and marked on the outside "Tender
for Supplies to the Lunatic Asylum."
11.-Forms of Tender, required to be used for
the service can be obtained at this Office.
By His E'ceilency's l'om~anwd,
2 Culoum ,l i''etary.

SK your Grocir for A. E. WHYI -LND'S

FICE HAMILTON, February 18tb,188-.
Francee Anderson, Wm Ashby, Wm Brown,
Jr'e, S die Betencure, Win M Conyers, Schr 3Golde
City, Miss Cooke, Schr Kit Caraou, Ann M Dickin-
son, Jotede S Dolovico, R I) Davit, Maria Ewan.
uelson, Ehlz Foler, Jeano J Fereirs, Ma.:.oet 8 Gon-
salve.e, M.Aiy Jane Gii;be t, C'apt Hooper, Bcnj lu.
ne-e, Rit;hird \lo.'at;y, .1 V Nunes, M J Nicolla,
.Lrs WV H R,'bikson, Jaues :ingAle'on, Em;li A ide
Silva, Brig Holum ,,M',i'., Mrs J 1i 'ui h, 11 -.irv
D Sai !l ici'- nmiuh, Lucy 1 roti, BEii R T,,uiv.
ri,'.de, .i Wa.lte Uuioe Vooduian, GO8e; 1-
Wbito, E Vellrinao.
etST UF'ICE ST. GE.UOiZL'S, Feb. 20, l.&'.
Thbos Boyd,.JohaDafvie, Rrig D A Sial'/, Julia
Hayward, l umas Jemninge, Martba Riebaideen,
Jas Smith, Benj Simmonds, Bark WIVn i.'i:on.




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S. s-. ^ pea )- is .is .:
.3,l[iolsiee :s h-etr'oils Dcb i Q .
T heBdE MEDYr. eWr toManI

SOLDSINCE.1upo eo.
s "s on '?'ea.

It ltiulaies ithePly'nilneo In mTe inlt-.
food Ilno eZlun-oe. .' ierllelenuy him PI.\ Iilt1.
itane s Wind and ourliiir of' the l itood in the
8(oina t-h. l t (he imicineftin I lken t inr dl.l i
21tely nr' to"etitik- i' th- i. .eamte atloitou -"l'lod
ilt lki ixo unthe Llv-enr.
It atis bI tpon thie Kiuiec. s.
It He -.lhletn the Boa'%il.
At1 1ai-fle.x ythle Blooid.
It tniliel the tirv llo apn e System.
f ruimote% lfirerition.
hIt ouriime. I t'h-e ntgleh anti Inviror le l.
Iot odll'lie osloihe Old Bl1ood andtm itL i:-ti'.
ut opcuA t ih ljoren of I he in .irtl d Induce-
ilellhy! rIii. l o u.
t ne utralit q', tlh hefr -id,tai .,iDt or p,-;--, il a h,
blood. bit h ge.nrrat r I Er.-i|. ILI, n lo d11
li i.ancrof a skin di ea-- in and i mit rnl hl .
Thimere are n m prit irn, piiy.d in iti llnaria.lurT.'.i- al
it tan be taken by hIa -IT. li. a all f t.- ., or ty I ri
a g e l a n d fe u b l| e i t i/ t ,, ( '. .
DEAR SiR,-I have used your INDIAN BLOOI
SYRUP with gre-at satisfaction and re-lief.,o I hay
be-n afflicted with catarrh for a long time, coul
get no relief, until I commenced using the BLOOI
SYRUP. I wis about to Aive it up bccausei inme
diartly after taking it made me dizzy and feel iiadli
but on consulting a I.hysician' vas informed thi t
wvas e" R .', 'Ior uiedicine rstorin- m! y irijmperfi-c
.... .n ithe, ireasi d matter io in
L. ..- d .... ld Dy the dropping, of ihe chtir
matter. I invarialily found, however, that this dizz
feeling snon passed away, my nervous system wa
Lran.quilized, and lhe catarrhal poison removed b
the medicine. I have been entirely cured by you
invaluable remedy.
Respeelfully yours,
No. 319 WVest 10th at., New York City

SIR,-I give my testimony 'with piletsur,' io tII
ben-licialreNulls of your BLOOD PUR IFIER ; 1i1
lki'lnysa wvero out of order, aal, the rchuli was rheu
1il1tisin in my 'ight knee, i 'int swollen twicehi
size of naluil and very painful, a boill of the lar.
size made a prfert cur,-'. I will also say Ily dg-es
tion has improved so that I can ear anlifiag wiit hi
No. 19 Bea-ich-st., New York City
No. 151 PEaRV-sr., Niw YoRas i.'ny.
DEAR SIR,--Your justly, cebrat-ad INDIA]
BLOOD o YRUIJP his tntirly cur,.d me of Sic
I lealrche aid Dy-p-.psia, oft 10 yrars' slainidin
It also eurcd my chill of .'-c..rlet Fever, and tn
wife of Female complaints.

Isaac Dahlman, Bull'-s teadl, 24th St., (of Dah
man Brothers, dealers in hoiit stock), cured (
Dyspppsla and Indi.esiion of many years' tanding
Henry D:ahlmai, of IIthe same firif, cured orl'Sol
Throit and linliwaeslois, ,lter having been treated
by plybiclans withliut btif nlinLatl t'Vic.

No. 99 WEST [Iui.rsTON-sr Cir
Sip,--Your INDTAN BLOOD SYRUP has =urr
me entirely uf the distress in my head, arli rellevt
every dlitlicuty ofIniv bow, I-. I ;nuet ta i Vtat
is Ihr b.slt medicine that any pci norn c-i It ike f
sick hJadachi.

Dr.An ?Sr,--T oi.u 1 yodr INDIAN BLOOD SY
RUP !or l'i:s, ei,-ij (lolut : ivclti I .-utlT ,I r.. f(i,
V' rs,) u it i li'h I hit i., *t .*uh .

;i-.i -I' io', l' i l ltir-t c I.i ., i s 'o. ti dizzih '
it qiirIky ,'iI;i;:p(",r ii 1In lil' e'oiili ulilhg ,is u ,
M i .-tion is now almost p;rlect, aiid [Ic., i urea
y bl'i- Ii., i.
'-: ; Yours, WM. A. PIEItIAN',
No. 333 West 32nd st., New Yurk C~cj

NEw YORx, Feb. 3, 1880.
C. Johinson, M.D.A.
DErAR SIt,--I take pleasuIe in rccomtnmind.g
your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
r.n.ady for Dyepepsia. My ;0ifo has been suffer.
er Irrni perodical dyspeptic attacks ofl the nios'
ac:ui nature for over 5 years. During such atIack.
dealih weuld almost bh a relief to hir. She was
pirrselibed for by several doctors without effects
NoLiLini gave he! relief unil she obtainil a holtle
uf your INDIAN LtLOO)D SYRUP. Its eCl~cIT
w'r, wonderful and l-he is now cuttrely eu ed. It,
i, a itediciini that no houach,'ld should be without.
No 261 West Houseten-St., City.
BERMUDA, June 28th, 1S80.
DEARa SIR,-This is to certify that I have louiid
more good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP il-r.n
any Medicine that I have ever taken for Dy-pepj-ia
aid Indigestion. I would advise all ih .t sutler frumi
Sole Agent for Bermuda,
Water Street, St. Georges.,

Ff '"J P # ,1, t7 Froni Streeot,

HAMILTON HOTEL, .. H. Robinson &; Co.,
DEl lIUI) .. i A nts for iMeire. F. ALL.EN & SO)N maii-
A,,ent for uit etinrers of
Hathorn p, _,a, JWater i aff0~ .

Marble & Granite

'SmAL AI-, ova Scotia,

every style" .
Hecriotida Orders solicirte.. Satilsf. c.ioi gua-
42 Frot St.,
Agent for Bermuda.
llamilton, Oct 11, 1'>.-6 rn-tls.

P-r..ccit01n ll giis3ist flPiE
Can be obtained from the
of Ldowt,U,
O)le of ihe or, !tt ita.ihbliiah:ed .-id \Wealthiec
(lffEc.s iln Great Eritain.

cripjivii; a cprnua re en u r m io y .Lueruju iegs
burns, scalds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic
eruptions, and plimples on the face, sore and
inflamed eyes, sore feal+, sore breasts, piles.
It also entirely rem'oves the foul smell arising
from Cancer.
Sold inl puts, 13.:d.., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis.,
and 22s. each; and his
S;L'fT'EiA'a'l VE PILLS.
Proved by more than sixty years' experience
to be one of the best medicines for purifying
ithe blood and as-.iLting Nature in her opera-
tions. They form a mild and superior fa'im'ly
aperient, which may be take-n at all times
without confiinemiit or change of diet.
Sold in Boxes at. 1Sd., 2s 9d., 4s. 6d., U1s
and 22s. each.
Prepared only by BEAC & BARNICOTT,
Bridi.port Dorset, ngl-hand, and sold by all
M-di,.teiL Vendors,
January 17, uI'2.--i ui

For Rent,

A CAottage,
In the Town of Hamilton.
Immediate Pos.ts.-ion iven.

Th,,tgh the hi;' -'.,i l ;'-FIltl: in these Alplyto
Is) iils, a Saving is t.ifect,..: to the Insured
of the Stamp Dulty, a very considerable item.
IKtl-KS taken both og REAL and PERSONAL Ilauilton, Jany. 14, 1lz-2.
PROPE !{'I for 3, 6 or 12 mounhs.
No FI:ES and no CHARGE for Plolici.s. 4 4-
Hamit-in, Septeumber9th, 1856. 'e Gt IN



United Stales r./loil Steamers.

f0 ? L B,

L-i Cri 1 i, Qi eeiiemolwtan, Lodouli
andi Nliw lork
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprise
TWELVE of the largest steamers tbel,',ngiug
to onet Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
ing the port of New York. They are builtex-
titely of iron andl steel, except the merely de- are divided into w.ater-tigiht
and fire proof compartments, and pruvideil
with everything calculated to add to their
satt'tyv, rad to the comutort and convenien.e of
passengers. The saloons and statetooms (all
on the numin dei::) irei unusually large-, li-ht
and ai y. The table and general appoint-t
ments compare favourably with the best. hotels
in England.
Uit.e of the3e steamer, will sail from NeweN
York eCvety Saturday, for Quieenstown aind
Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, from
New Pier 309 North Riv-r. Rates 1 passage.
in i..urrency: --To Que:-stown annl Liverpool,
Aou to '70. To Londun direct tVictoria Docks)
..Aui to 460(. ; excursion tickets 9i00, currency ;
,Steerage passage it31, ui:tureucy. For fiutther
partionl:rts aI ply to the Colnmpany's OfficE.5,
Nos. 6!-, 71 and 73 Brtoalway, Newv Yok.
ew York, 27,
New York, January 27,1882. .

E.YV V";

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N f:~ VaA DA
ABV' -'iN IA
A 1?Z1 f)%
1Vyom I N,
%XIS 410Ns, N
N PVA 1; A

,- O
T,,,.-.a, iany., 24, at 9-00 a.m.
31, Ani3-0Q p.i.m.
F" February 7, it 7-;0 1 n.1.
14, at :2-,'0) p.m .
21, at 8-00 a.m.
+" 30) p in.
'" "M iarch 1, "it ii-3' i) i.,i.
"' 14, at 1'2-30 p.'ii
21, at 6-30 P.m.

Thu Stearners are buil; exprebsly for
the Trade, have five V'atiertiabit bulhiheaih, ranid
carry e'perieinced 4r)icers, ur:,eons and tw Totin-'ali>'In A-c ulJioUntiutions :re uI.,-
surpassed b3 any, .atlailtie .'leait-'.rs, aind. th'o
State Rooms ars on main i"lek openi"ii. intto ltie
b:dalouni thus secubriig t in .Aremt cuminot'rt At
ocean travel, perfect 'renlitau'ia taid liAi/.
Smoking ioom, tH;ilai litoon ad Pian on
each Steamer.
Tlhe' S, 'uail t a a. .r iit,.c. I',,a
BImrimrdql, i nuiurdays, enMeni'VtllI'-slai Ne w
Yurk on ioind,'.s, :, Il I'an -R.'.gers' l:g'.yna ei i
he trantierrt-di dili'.-i. to Li% erp 'ol St- .t er'
t'uaili n ::ext !.-y.
1 1LL!., AM? "S '-.u' -<''
.', N.ei; : ,
.J iro. ,.. i\ec .' te-' k.
New YXlik, Jauy. 12. 1!2.

A. K your (Jucer to A. 'W, \iVi 'i. \'"1 '.


rpH' E Undersigned jtst open d a choice
Selection ofi English :nd Anmericai

For Xmas, Received by t'i iil Steamer
Consiiliu i p.. .
Tins of Rou-t BEEF M1UrTTON
Lunch TONGUES Pottedl il \
lItls h"l of Assorted PICKLEi
Red C \l;i \E and SAUCI--
Corned flIEl'inTins ll>S(cU!'r'- of.kilkltids
SIIG A While anm B-.iwii FLOU t
Tini of COACO ar.;dl (1LK
Green and Burnt COFI-'PE Oolorg T E
PL. \XS I:El) Linseed MA FAL
Doitl-s tf f'RVlLi'.-, of all flavors
Cd EIlU I E, &C., &c.
Tins of FRUITS, in .-yrup
JA IS fall Flavors UlU lK LAIII)
IICE Table SALT C I I l Er S
i oz. Bottles of Esseace LEMON
Condensed MILK
I TARTARIC-ACID, (Powditred'
IHair OIL, assorted Flavors Inl Ole iv OIL
CURR IIE (in Bottles)
NL'T.iEGS ALMIOND)S, in and out of she
Jars of Preserved GINGER SAGO
&c, &c., &e.
East Broadway and Victoria Streets
Hamilton, December 19, 1881.

In Pints per dozen, (t Casa. (I dozen each.) it.rate oft' Magnesia, Chocolate and
llamilto February 14, I 38..-tf COCOaS.
i ". e. l-'.i-,roronis,.d by Iliis impleri:,il Majesty the Shahi of
S:..v. ". I P rs.ia, nnd H. Ih. II. the Prince of WVale.
S. \'e iconnmed Dealers i i Confectionery to
iItI. ., qaj.s1's .DoCdiard I puichae ufoutr Agents in BErriiuda, who con-
staunily keep a large assortment of our goods,
L 4 f T "E Sland at present hav' in stuck u24 c'1.'' of assrt-
AOEi. e i Confectionery in a vnaritly of 73 kinds, at
only !d. per lb.
Required for Floating Dock. A'eL.r. & ALLt\N & ,ON- supplies ma.
'Wages -1, day, with quartr-rs on board chin-ry, &c., for the Mainufaeture of Confec-
Hulk. tionery witl, all Ihe latest modern improvements.
Apply at MASTER SHIPWRIGHT'S OFICE. They also emnpl-.,y ~00 meit d..ily at the Steam
T. BA RNNARDIS-ITON' Wr \ ks, Mliloe :n load, '( itiild uad, London.
Captaiin-in-Cbarge of Naval Estab- J. -H.. ROBINSON & CO.,
lishmients. ire Mla nulfactuiers' Agents.
16th December, 1881. Hamilton, F brtary 14-, I 51!..--3n

Coughs Cured. AMiAIER WATCHED ,

MILLION'- I.ave tried and been benefited
bvlthe use of E. \ MEYER.'.- COUGH 'I
1)ROi'S. Tli)h.e tufferin. from C.,uOu A-." u i
Coi.,os 1i,:d hollerr at once o'-fai a ii>,pil :, id : j,
thus pitvent he i'I elt'ee.i so often produced
by ne.ete*d Coughs, ,&c.
Al. I -i ha id--"AV HiOlt'IOUN),
F[.,i.S'i ID, Icelattli Moss Dit-.,, ke. I '' "&'

.ast ' y. a ,ir. i I. .l.- iu. t,

T E P A E ahove WATCHES for both
S_ Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
Alull \Veiglst, Pure CoindTensc on hand by the Undersigned: Any grade Mlove-
nment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Milk J'a-iutlator's list price. Also, make toordir
E ofler, under the above brand, a fua any style of Cuse ~ilth Crest, Monograi, &e.,
weight, pure, natural milk, condensed by clIfraved.
evaporation, and granulated su-aradded in order rrnriater the American Watch Co. reeived
to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts of water the Gold ,ied:al at the late Paris Exhibition.
added to one of milk will reduce it to the aver- E. CHI [L D.
age standard ofri'ange Coinly milk. Every cal Vront ,tretI ilarilItun 1
, is warranted. There can be no better Condensed Do Lreet, I 18 u.o.o.
t Milk than The Prail, but it will be sold on the Deer. 16, 1876.
t pri,,iple thai. low prices comulbined with good,. T
Squlilyii and honest wtightf, co)mriand the trade.
S Price per single case 48 16-oz. cbs is (3$ AIIN ,
y Plsice p-r -.inIgl case, IS 8-oz. c:an, is .'3"75. CALLUD
y 11. K. & F. B. THURBE,' &-CO., 3 *,' 51^ J6 HE f1),"
r Sole Agents, New York. s t r
_is confidently recoameinded to the Public as
-OV.. T f'r $T'$i? an unfailing remedy for wounds of every des.
rini n i ce t .ain rei edv for l .parntd l r,.


dence, laminilton,
E. REID MEiAl CER, D.V.S., Residence, 1am-
ilton Paids!i.

\\'ill visit St. George's Professionally on I'ues.
dil3 -Office at G. puriHig, Esqr's.
"Will vilt Souri set i o Fiid.ys.-
Reid St., ilanmiltoI, January 2, 1882.
TH U -b ERS.

f HE Undersigned' takes this op-'
S portunity to thank the Merchants of
Ber'ntuda for the very liberal response which
during the past year they have give his Card
which was first published in this Journal last
December and which has resulted in a largely
in.-reased trade with this Island. He would
also express the hope that the intercourse so
auspiciously begun may be doubled this com-
ing year, and that every Inhabitant of Biermu-
da may be given an opportunity to test thu
superior iuo luaiy of all articles lput up under
Thurbers'brands which cover goods that ar
ii e"ti.., 0to be pnir'c anid i.holeso.n.'. uand of ,
which dealers are authorised to refund the
purchase price where consumers have causeil
f,,r dissatisfaciou. He would again reniin'.l thIb;ants of Bermuda that he is al.o practi-
cally familiar with the wants of the Island iln
all that ri-late, to Fooel Prodtucts ail Gloce-
ries generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him
will be:' faithfully and promptly filled, with th:
:ts.Utoi.ance that they will recfite all the alvan-
tages which the special facilities of the Messrs,
'r.utrber & Co., ciiable them to givt: a:'import>-rs
e;th Branch iti-,t.-es at London,ii. England, and
Bor:l'dai-um;, France, anti as t'oreign Mintinuine-
tu'res "ith Fa-tories at iioldeaux, Marmiiande,
ai,. Nants, Fri in'C-e, in l.litoin to the- large ,
Fctotries whi,-h they OwnI and operattt ill th."
United States. A trial order, ti., matter how
mnall, nmay result in muintual benefit :aindl will
L- appri ciatcd .,y
With H. K.and F. I. TIHURBER & CO.,
Exjporters. Itiuortrs, Manunfac.tuitets of' a i.
Dealers in Food Products,
West Broadway, Read and -Fludson Streets,
Ne-w York City.
P. 0. Box 34.52.
New York. London. Bordeaux.


Potatoes !

Superior Table

The uindersigned has always oni
han.i a full supply ol TA BLE POTATOEv,
in quality superior to any ian market, and at
pic. s to defy competition.
SPI.:CIAiL RiTE.-5 to Army and Navy
4i2 Front Street.

'Twat t liorotiglly ii'
I liur-,es.



..)eober A N
ide-,t.'nds the c:re of

Apply at this Office.

jauumry-?, I 'SS2.


For Particulars please apply to
fHamilton, Jany. 31st, 1882.

For Sale.

.c A House and Lot,
hIn tlie Town of Hamilton,
For Particulars please apply to
IhIiwiltou, Notr. !, 1831.

Great progress has been made within a Icw
years in manulacturin'i, fbod proluict, and the
standard of qu.mlirv has beer rai-c.d to a point far
bryond that aichi lornicrlv obtained. W'e claim
that [liis ha., to a coiij;drable exient, bten due.
to our etl.)rt ; as the L-arrst Manur.m.urers an.!
Dealers in the world in this line, we considLer it
our interest to manufacture only PrRK arid WHOLE-
so.M : gool, and piek ili;i iI a tidy and attr.,-
live manner. All -oods I-arin. our narne are
guaranteed io be ofl -uperi.-r qualitv, and dealer
are authorized to relundl the purehiat. price in
any case e'tull rstl have :aub.' .r (li..-a
S tisa.icIion. It is, thiL-reSore, to tle intrier,.st ofl both
dealers and consuiners to use TfIUlIBER'i
H. K. & F. B. THU.RBF.R & CO.,
Importers, Manulactureri and Dealers in all
varieties of Food Products,
P.S.-Our 'goods are for sale by most Grocers
and .ill will ,er them il requested to do so.-6nm.



:'q iu i ; )t ith:Orice of this I':pj-r.
il:uiillor,., I -eceimbir :'0,18.I.

AcCoumit Books.
\ cnrs ,t;: supiply I i'i r. I-, e r.'-ceive per
S Ci, ouriat md fr. Io' !...t..i,. an d '-.r
.:ile ..A ilh'- I,. y. A!i JaI tt" Sto tii mery stor'.
I I 1 lir-i, F-by., .th. IS i 2.
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.iL h ,V a.;&'i.-FEBRlUA KY, 1882.

a 1
( 80JSi. TI'ide. REIIARES.
0 -' 0
2 r S. sets. s

'1 i 6 3,3 5 5-3 4 10 42 Shrove Tuesday
-2 e 6 3:3 5 53 5 II .30 Ash Wednesday-
'2:3 'h 6 3'2 5 54 6 1'2 18 [MAonumt'l Stone
24 Fri 6 30 5 54 7 1 6 [to Bp. Feild '77
25 Sa 6 '29 b 55 8 I [Suiday in ZLo.
d2 E 6 27 5 57 9 2 42 Quadrageuia--lat
'27 11 o6 '27 .5 57 10 '3 30 tlieurn Day Easter
I :a-. i'..i-- Iir..... ,i u. ,. r-, 1 |n u

k 1ir3t 1 r. .MUU :.'I dayJ uu Lim *..m.
"litE B_.RMUiA RVOAL GAZETTE is published
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PuEE LEEP
l'ri.nter to the Queen'- .Most Excellent
: ih jesty,
North.westC )rnerof Reid andBuAby Street?,
i-HI uliilt ],
Where Blanks, Hand-bills, &.c, will be
printed at the shortest notice -Agents
SIt.Gorges for thie oiG',:efi';. Messrs.
GLtoNE BOYLE &. SON, ,Vcslt i.d, Water

Everyl.':,ly .1 ts vit. but very few get it,
beeausis most peopl- do not kino' how to
seC-.t eoffi'(. ,o it i klpoile.l in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate thi.e difieidl-
ties has bi:en our study. Thurber's pack-
agoe coft:eo( are selected by an expert who
undtertauns the art of blending vnriotou
l-tv:r'. Th-,y ar. r:oasted in lihe most
perfect maan er (it is imliossiM1b-l to roist
well in small qiiantitie.;.), th---in put in
liound packages (,'a Mt/e lo,,an, ,t giroi'e./, )
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuineness, and each p.lekagecontainsthe
Thurber recipe for making gooddCotfee. Wu
pack two kinds, Thu rber'i* No. 3-j 'strong
and pungent; Thurber's "No. 41." mild
1and rich. One or the other, will ,uit very
tast.?. They have the three gieat points,
o I ',i .ir in ,,,, lw l q. ,.. ,,. .\ a t

j 1" "N o. 41." )o riot bre put off with any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what i1: best.
Where pur'-onis de-ire it. we also furnish
Sthe It and cheapest offee-pot in existence.
Grocers who s.ll our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully. &'.,
H. K. & F. B. 'THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
i masters. Neew York.
P.S.-A the larg.-I-t d.-alers in food pro-
Sducts in the- world, w%- consi-er it our in-
Steiteslt to manutfaiture only pure arnd
"wholesoru g-oods ;Pnd .pack ihem in a tidy
Sant .:tisi'actory manner. All goods
Searing outr 'martmi are guaranteed to be
of superior quality, ;.,ir.' ,n, ,"it-Aison,.,
ani dealersare authori-ed to r,-fund the
i at, chase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisIfaeion. It is
j theref:orr to th1 iltero'- of both dealers
Ad' idconurme(,- to se T/trf.-.''u brands.

Foir Rent.

In Queen Street,
Adjoining the TUndetsigued's Dry and Fancy
SGood Establibshiment recently occupied by
MR. J. W. BEEK is for Rent. y
Immediate Possession can be given.

Bermuda Veterinary In-

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