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]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
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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: VID00086
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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No. 32.-Vol. LV. STATE SUPER VWAS ANTIQUAS. 24s. per Ann.

MHamillon, Bermuda, Tufesday, .Itigusl 8, 188,.


Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Tuesday, lst August, 1882.-Pursuant to adjourn-.
ment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Jtiutice,:
The Honorable Eugenlus Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
S -. S. 'naker

Continued from Royal Gazette of 25th July. A GENEIt %L .MEEr IN; or the S FHAIRE-
To the Fditor ot Rwyal Go:t'c. A- HO)LIIE'R. of the HAMILTON CO).
DEAR SIR.-Some times I am put to mywits OPEiPATIVE S.SSOC! 1TION will be h id
end to know whLat m-ir:- I caLu say to your at lheir luirling oni
in frivour of tlih: st<;m quei-tionu. but as it is a p1.-. I
Ii,. duty iuvolverd u in< to eep tohii -.t :unt.:r- I THURISDr', 10th Instant.
prise continually btefor,. the p.-ople, until handed 3t 7-30 p.m.
over Tn erood managers, I will ,.outinuei Mr. W. B order
Baker's experience with regard to. S. C'ompan- or
... W 1M T m T J"rrT


Open to All Comers,
On Friday, 11th August,
Proximo, 1882,

SCavendish Boyle. Col. Secy. It PUBLIC FRIEND. ect. i,. v. I the Little S oun .
The Billentitled"AnAct toamend te oBallo The..o.t.mplation of thevast amountoft cap- *a_ 'n, Augit lte S.2., A
Act. 1874," was returned from the House of Assem. ital which, atm n p -ted in re-git1ered British mer-. -i 1 .At I o'clock, p.m.,
biy with the following Message: chant steamer, I have shown to amount to tho 1st and 2nd Class Dingy Races
Mr. Presiden and Gentlemen of the Legislative Council,: -normo,,s mgure of .CSS,500.,000. lads directly to Notice this Please. 6 oaired eig Races
We are directed by the House of Assembly toI the following questions: Who have found all thi-i All Personi having just CLAI M.S a aini tlh i .3i'nrc Fee or each Boat It.'
return to Your Honorable House the Bill entitledI money? What dividends, if any, do they gt forU i nd *ntr.ane Fee lor each Ioat 10'.
" An Act to amend the Ballot Act, 1874," and to this outlay ? What are the adintage- and diad- 1ersined, ade p to the 1st of July 8 No Boat allowed lo enter for ihis Race unless
acquaint your Honorable House that He As'exa- vanlaea of thi c 'la of investment These rc'e requested to render the same to him o/i the ietwner or I'erson entering is a Subscriber
bly have concutred in the 1st amendment proposed are questions which I to he allowed I'ayiment not later than the 15th Instant ; and ('far lenst -4/ to the Fund.
to be made thereto, which bas accordingly been' to answer, zo far am my own re-.earhe- ..n 'ili P%1 is80;N INDERTEII to hin are requested i All Boats to be Entered by 8th August, and
made to the said Bill; hut that the Assembly have te subihject permit. The owners of British Mer- to make :,e netC o(in or lkiore thP above date, measured by Tonnage,
not concurred in the second -imendment proposed chant steamers may be divided into three cl':se-': or th. n ill have t, tha en. themelves for being A a y,
by your Honorable House to be made to Ihe said First, companies re-eiteredi under the ('oimpnuies p e.-. withuur respect to p.erins. S At Evans' Bay, Southampton,
Bill. Acts. which have got a quote ition for th-ir r.tre TT West.
Sessions' Hnu, ) on the Stock Exchanze: secondly, companie-s s-tniii- JO tL B.. jRITT, West.
81stJly, 1o' larly registered, which hare not got a quotation ; ast Broadway. We respectfully solicit the kind patronage of
8st and thirdly, private owners not incorporated. Ii:imiion, Augu.t 1st. ISS-2,.' the Public in General, and kind fiends to aid
The Bill entitled "An Act to provide for Steam Each of these classes inquires separate i.ouiidera- us in carrying out the above Races.
Communication between these Islands and London tion. In the first place, the .omp.pnies on th,e 17/ k. Further particulars apply to W. II. SIM
In the Crop Season of 1883," f t.xk Exchange. in addition to.having for the IfI faS. MONS, who bas been appointed to receive
The Resolve providing the sum of 4 to defray most part the liability of their members limited to from the smallest to the largest amounts, or to
the travelling expenses of the.Official Visitors of the amoinut not paid up on their shares, have, as a --
the Lunatic Asylum, rule, active boards of directors, who call periodical TaH.E Subscriber in thanking the public for F. C. LAMBERT,
And, general meetings of the members and present them their pu't liberal Patronage, now begs to Secretary of the Sailing
The Resolve granting to the Trustees of the Ber- with carefully-prepared balance sheets, and with ,?ssure them that he lhas been supplied with an Committee.
muda Library, for the general purposes of that In- report in which the affairs of their restive entire new stock ..f Lot h 24th July, 1881.
stitution, lhe sum of 60,-were severally read pnithesare fa ullsby keeping up such a demand or T A & COF ?EF ,
the third time and passed and ordered to be laid nse these facts by keeping up such a demand for I
before His Excellency the Governor by the Hon. the shares of that those on which dividends ar at for further rotation aai NOTICE.
Cavendish Bole all regularly paid can only 'e purchased at a hih a liheTa for further protetioagairNOTICE.
avendish Boyle premium. Thus the General Steam Navigation ol, dau1p li"nate, has been put up in Tin Boxes
Adjourned to Friday next, the 4th instant, at Company, having paid 5 per cent, had their shares (ut ia t.'ighltl .hlhanced Price), instead of the BERS of the HAMILTON
11-30 a.m, of 15 each quoted. on the 30th January., 1SS, at pasie-h.ard Boxes that were not fou, d so well pEMBERS of the HAMILTON
19 to 21, vielding to the purehase.r at that plie- suitled to cur Bermuda Seasons. CO. OPERATIVE AaSSOC IATIONe
EGYPT'S MILITARY. interest at about 3 to 3i per c-ent. At the ame H. TLING TON, o are therey noBuilied tiat Business is now cTarried
3ate we fiud the shares of the Peninsul: ad Orien- o a her ldng on CT r.
THE EiaNEIT AxrRmxcN OFFICEs WHO CREATEDr tal Company of 50) eacb quot-d at i3 to 63 : so Reid Street, Hamilton, By order,
AND OROAIBrsE rr. that, though they paid dividends at the Near Royal Gazette" Olheice.
The Egytin rmy w oransed b Amerian rate of5 per cent.. per annum for the first half-year Hamilton, ring. I, 1882. WM. H. T. JOELL,
The Egyptian army wa.organised by Amer'n and .9 per cent per' annum for tlhe secon-1 half-year
officers, and, as far as it has any efliciency, it is of 19c 1, their price i m or to h al -wer -------- Secty. H. iC. A
their creation, says the New York He,.id. Theis, of iS, their price iriuts them down to i, LONG ISLA rND Hamil,Arustt1882.-2
._t inyc t Aiu., the Uni,.,n St.-nl i, LONG [SLAND |Hnmilth n, Auust Is,. 1882.-2
officers-25 in number-went to Eg -pt in lSt-a, I -7,n'Nust
nearly allI ..rokeu in frtuu. uand fill-, Iwithi h0 h Coiipan. vl i,:, aid Ic perc ert, fir I 1.,' ,,, ----,--A4
.acu. .. .... ........ ..... -ff jEe o-M a ryiBurrows.
hopes in their ,w c -tc-'ieur. -i was r,.u-tign `,,-, t the ame-: date ar 2.', 1 l to -'. t, a", v- Tlt best eating.Potato grown.
Geu. Thadclous P. Mott, anl son of Dr. ileutine t, at that p(,ie abtot .1 per cW. to tho, puc- l best et Potto ron.
iMott, who had made his way to Constantinople and n.htaser.g t t HhERE % < h t \VI r 0P M tR Y tri
there married i Greek lady, that these En ntkie.len a is wheneour C the WIiL OP M IRY BUR
in,,,,.1 .enter the service of the Kh.div-. [This is wherv our country will 1,-nefit ]-P 1. R.O'U, arrne e s. .thampn Parish i,

Gen. Mott served in Italy, and afterwards roe to In thli second ,lass of r-wners there atc many d,1 .Of the above selected Stock for Sale.
the rauk of brigadier-weneral in the Federal army ferent kinds, of .ompanri -. Sone are nim-re.ld in Cateon. and Military Messes supplied for the
during the lat'-civil war. The best kuown ,f manner which w-oul, do ,:r,-:dit to any c;npin -sn supplied for thcirates.
these Americaus was Gen. Chlarles P. St.ue. whoi but tli-reqi, nnirn; in w!.i h tli, r:%te ,A ,: iui-i-.n il rtes.
ahnost immediately became chief of staft, and -:,on .:h.Ar:ce by brokers arndm mu--xiers, who:i ra:di.'-ll-7 For t.-:rius and conditions apply to
after firmly established himself in a post s-inilar in have'the n hole control in thl-ir hqnd., is very h1i.h. '
power and authority to that of Gen. von Moll.k and not only in ex:.ces of what is cha'rl' in ii e T l i.j
toward the German armies. It was not loug before c.Iae of companies of the first el'-. lut alo inu x- St. eorge's, Bermiuda, i1st July, 18t2.-2
the Americans Officers began to feel hostile pres-ueo ce., of what ought to be a, fair r,_,-O.mpol--'e for the
trom two quarters-one from the Americau consul- work done. In some of these c-ompa.nies th'e n.ii- ,-
general, Col. George H. Butler, and from the Eng- bers are not treated to the luxury of a b'lnn.e- '
lish influences prevailing in Cairo and Alexandria. sheet or Directors' report at all, but are ktept in A/.A, H .t j
Then followed some personal encounters and gen- ignorance of the umanagepuent, anl ecen of tin FORS/
oral bickering disgraceful to all concerned, and a, nature of tleir property. In some .ompauis, if .
a body among the Christian Colonies of these two the members t!:rAild beo s) i,-rousiderate as to re-
cities, these gentlenme.n soon lost any collective monstrate on the state of daumes-. in whbl they are 1hl Well-built aid fast cedar
standing. Individually, however, they were sol- kept, they ar6 informed that they c(n, if they .
diers of established reputation, the lar;,..-r propo.*- please, sell their share.--, while the' artie-l, of as-i- I- tacht Paid,
tion leing from the Confederate army, amil tlho- action i-stri-t tleir power ..f ?llinir y ei.;-tie ii' Late Adela.') 2-30 tons,wwh Sails, &e., complete,
have nearly all led very adventLirous ,.areei3. both tht all .lie,- offereded for slie must fleut ,e iff.r. l iinclu.i.i Storm Jib an] kIran new Spacker, Boat
before and after leavinxu the Egyvpian -.rvice. to th',lirc'.t'tr, or tLc aViinau2--, o th Ir..,k-r -ff Ho-k, rapuel and Rope.
The most prominent conufererate wu C.:l. Charles tbh comp.m'y, at apri:ce to bu a..cert, m ,'e The Boat h.1s just beenPaiunted, Varniiheil and
Rhett, chief of tatff to Ge. Tose-plih E. Jvhnstoue arbitr.etr- jaurr. fter-i not at :1! .ia.'Iut.i:.,iis lo put in good condition. Prie, X0.
during the civil war. When Colf Rhett wout to the vendor.
Egypt he was very much disin:lined to adopt [It is not likely that one share could be pui.:hased ALi,
THE H.LBTTS OF THE MILITARV under very hich prenitini. one year :fier a C'orn- Df G com plete
In matters of costume, and, in fact, had uo syrn- parny i- ;or-aii.d.J-P.F. ce,
pathy with the country at all, and was quit.- out- For a merubetr in such a coump-my to eoimpli, with Sculls, &c.. and in god order. Price, 15
&poken in hIis views. From this circiumnstiu-.'e lie wrouI.l' be useless. rhus the meniberi inu smO a.-i The Property of the Rev. 0. YEARSLEY.
was never given an impurtiut command, but. like fin.l th(ir posieiou, it i< tine, bi, Apply to
many others, was given his pay reyilarly., acord- the express conditionss of their articles o:.f asso--i. )R, OGIr VY'
ing to contract, which was an inflexible instrument. action, with which all members are suippo-ed to be V
Ho was seized with paralysis while on a visit to .iamiliar--to that of being' mpro dividend receivers, Eagle a Nest
Europe, dying suddenly. He was the most popu- and nothing more. Again, anmou-nu thle companies Pmibroke, July 24, 182.--!
lar of all the American offic:-rs in Eg.-pt. An of the second class, we find mauy which own only
officer of no less note was Loring Pasha, who it) one ship each, the co-owners having registered N OTJL E.
1849 performed the most difficult and painstakinit themselves as a limited company, for th:-pum poe of
match known in Animeieran military nunala-, gaining the protec-tiou of the Companies Act.
iHe conducted a regiment supplied with artil- These companies differ in a few respects from the 1`H1: Ud.-rqi-nei hasiJust Received from
lery across the Rocky mountains to Oregon a ownersof the third class, the principal distiunction, NEW YUORiK per : f. ORINOCO,"'
five months' tramp He subsequently engaged in besides limited liability, being" the theoretical o Frsh f
the Mexican war, leaving an arm on the fi.ld, but that the ?hip in quiition nio belong to thi a Fresh Supl of
when the civil war came he cast his fortunes with co-owners, but to a corporate body, while the own- B UTTER LARD BACON
the South. When he left Egypt, where he was ers are entitled, not to shares in the ship, but to SHOULDERS ,EEF PORK
commandant of Alexandrits-the important post to- shares in the capital of that corporate body. Some P 'OT IAT'Ot )KS OX TN GUES SO I P
day-the Khedive gave him $50,000. which it is of these companies have their capital fully paid up. .I A RCil Roast BEF
understood has almost melted away in disastrous On May 31, 181, the steamers owned by companies
speculation. It was Gen. Loring who counstruc:ted of both the above classes had a gross tonnage of : acble S.T--in small ,ckets. &c,. &c.
almost all of the important defenses of Alexandia, about 1,100,000 tons, from which we see that, at
commanded the disastrous expedition again-t Abys- that date, there remained of the total amount of! lie Still has ti Best
sinia, and whose hand is visible in the milit try or- the tonnage of registered British merchant steam-' T' \ COFFEE OFFE &. MI1,K
ganizatiun as it exi.,ts to-day. Ho i living in this ere about 4,37!,il,.i tons owned by private owners, CHO('OL V'h & ILK
city, engaged upon a book recounting the experi- andl no doubt a large proportion of the vessels built, C O & I, .\1111.K
ences of his life. The 'areer of General Chairles P. between May 31 and De-. 31, I'.1, also belong to
Stone is well known to all army officers, "; '.. had private owners. The consideration of thle third 'tnd CHOL'OLATI' winut the Milk,
he remained in his original position on the army class, or private owners, I postpone to a future 0o. Arid a Selection of FinelFlavored BISCUITS
list, there is scarcely an officer in the active service ,:.siion.--I amn. Sir, your obedient servant, -.uch as Vanilla Bars Lemon, Tea Mixed,
that would not rank him. He was, however, at WILLIAM BAKER. Palace Mixed, Ginger,bon Bon, Fruit, Eggs,
th instance of the late Senator Summer, sent to[ Inner Temple. Jumbles, and other bds-fresh by every
Fort Lafayette on charges of treasouable conduct at d- tvamir 'e
the battle of Ball's Bluff, and was subsequently [It is thought advisable that our shares should
dismissed. This event nearly upset his reason; but be sold at public auction, so that all should have a &c. &c. &c.
he rallied, became a mining engineer ani finally chan-e, thus preventing a monopoly. As it is pre- JOHA BJIRRITT
accepted the position at the head of the Egyptian dieted that, less than three years tfter our S.. JOHA B R lRITT
staff, which he still holds.--.Aier'an Paper. Company is started, it would eventually be owned East Broadway.
by two or thiee of our wealthiest: if the above Hamnilton, August 1st, i12*
rule is carried out, as the- more our Couipauy --
Lord Kimberley consented some days ago to is expanded theb faster our country will bie built up, A G GE1T El T 1T
grant an interview to the three Maori hiefs w-ho eveu if most f our p.:ple ate too poor to take a .1L .A. --L .L. jtL1...LIN
visited England as bearers of a petition to the small share, the opportunity should be offered them Having a Supr Carriage
Queen from the native tribes of New-Zealanrd. and. tlhe-n you .vouild get their support, thus keepiir vng, a S C ria
The marriage of the Duke of VWewtminste,- with off oppositi.u S. Ships, this is the only. s,',cy v.. ,'t. "
ht, H-,n thrne taC PCnvncli. ,'incr- ,u,1, l i- wWll. ,'a l.? et pec-t 6ucces.s.] -P." eat-. -I--r 3 .

ter of the late Lord ('h-ehaml, will be soleiumzn'-d at
the seat of the Earl of Leie.ster on the 2'ath.

A LL the latest Novelties in Plated Ware as
-^ well as necessary articles at Child-,. Call
und See.

At -Royal Gazette" St:.aicoui.rvSf.
Hieudrie's Petruleurn Patent ;jz(uupS.

'rhat he will not requi for s,-veral months,
wishes a respou-ible peIn to keep it until
Apl& at this Office.
Juldy 14, 1882.

SA RE invited and will be received at the
M. DOC'KYARD, up to Noon of
Wednesday the 9th of
For fB i d i ng

On Ireland Island.
The Plan and Specifications can be seen at
the Captain-in-Charge's Office.
August I, 1942.-2

THE Senior Commissariat Officer will re-
ceivo Tenders, in duplicate, Jill noon on
The 25th August, 1882,
For the Building of the HULL of a
Scre w Steam LA TUNC
of 120 Indicated Horse Power.
Specification and Drawings can be seen,
and Forms of Tender obtained at the Commins-
sariats O 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., daily.
The right of rejection of any or all of the
tenders is reserved, and tenders will remain
binding on the Tenderers for 4 months after

A. C. G.,
S. C. 0.
CoMMi....... 4
Hamilton, 28th July. 1882.
Colonial Secretary's Ofice,
] th July, 1882.
THE t'ollowiun ACTS have been passed by
the Legislature of Bermuda during the

No. 9.--" An Act to ainend the Bermuda
Lighthouse Act of 1877."
(In force Indefinitely.)
No. 3.--" An Act tno ecmt.i c inue and amend tlhe

the islands of Hermuda, Widow, decenaed, was Clergy Acts."
proved ii comm .n r- on Thursd y ihe (fn foice to 3',t December, 1 S.3.)
2 l.ih d.,v of July inn.a- I: THis r4 T I No. -1.-'" Au Act for raising a Revenue for
GiaVE INo-ic1: to 11 -l'rsnmio hevin? Cl I.11 the support of th, Gov-iirnment of these
.aainit the m aleri of the saiJ Maryv Im.nrow, HDer Mivjie-tys Islaunds, and to appropriate
that the' arereby "qui-el to forward par-; certain to the discharge of the ex-
t11,ular of such CI in'. in wviing, 1to Me. for'l pense of Government as therein cx-
\MI.LI%.-M HPNIYV P!::IOT, theo ole E.- I preg-td.
ecutor of the sa I tVIil, on or before (In force to 30th June, IS-'.)
STHURSD.AY the 5th dan of ul- No. 5.---" n Act to continue the Act 8ettliug
S- t ,salary on the Spc tier of the Assem_
gust next, bly."
after which date the F.xecutorl shall be at liberty (In forco to 31st December, '90).)
it distribute the asets of ihe said Mary Mr. No. I.-' An Act to continue the Act provid-
rows, or any p'irt therof, having regard t, the in for the custody of the Quarantine
Claims of which he then has notice, and w;;' nott Buildgs on Nonsuch Island."
be liable for the assets or any part thereofs ,ii. (In force t-. 3'st December, I:9)
tributeJ, to any Person of whnne Cl iim the K- No. 7.-'" In Act to provide for the filling of
ecutor, or I on his behalf, shall riot li e had (IVacant Ecolesiastndial Bnefices."
notice at the lime of di-ltribution of the said (In force indefinitely.)
assets or any part thereof. By His Excellency's Command,
A tr .4trei for the Executor. 3 Colonial Secretary.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 24th July, 18.2.
H a -lon- Bir-d-- 4li-il 1-2--- ---- -------------- -
I HILD' Jewelry Store is Head Quarter
-' for Waltham Watches in gold or silver ] 14Y.
-.----- I.CE COMJPANY1.
B e r Im u d a I e ee, Office at ICE HOUSE, East Broadway.
Made:lfp from Pur.c Rn ;i Wf.,. i

.... ......... -.- ,, ,t -. raerHE Subscribers w.utld respectfully inform
---" 'the people of Hamilton and vicinity that
Can be used under all circuMnsrances without the they are now prepared to attend to all Orders
Jan-er attending, all imported Ice, which in fr.rIce in a first class manner and at the reason-
i mot eases afufea the savtem ir. the sant manm. able pricn of per pound.
ner as a chlue in drinking water. 1We will keep constantly oi hand at the New
The Subsciiber is now prepared to furnish Ice Ice H,,use, East roadway, a supply ot ICt E
it Depot, Buinaby Street, from, 6 a.,n. daily throughout the year for the benefit of our Cus-
w1d delivered in Hamnilton andi Vicinity f, om toiners woho may require Ice during winter
a.m. to 12 o'clock-Sundajs excepted. o orths.
Price Ialf Penny per pound. By prompt attention :. our customers and
This being .- home industry I respectfully ask l tri,.-t attention to our business, we hope to re-
a continuance ,f the P.ublic patronage. ceive a share of the Public patrouage.
THOS. JMIlLES. Ice delivered dAily (.tundais excepted) in
Hamilton, May 15, 1882. lintmilton and viciniiv.
N. B.-ICE 110USFi open froip 7a.m. to
TRY the new Smoking Mixture Calumet *;'30 p. m. daily, Sundays excepted, wheu it
Club" H. A. Grantham has for Sale. w ill be open from 8 to 9.
A ARD- ---- JOHN B. STAHL & CO.,
Au. 0, -I. East Broaday, Hamilton.
June 20, 188'.-lf.
BAND organized July 5th, 1881, (under I For Sale,
the leadership of Mr. T. J. Place) beg to ten- A
der their sincere thanks to their patrons for 3 MARKET'
the very liberal assistance rendered them in
getting up the same-and to inform them that A GW0GN S
they are now ready to exhibit their first pro-
gramme of Dance' M,.sic, selected from the 0To arrive by the Steamer 'Beta' on 12th May
very best Anthors. i proximo.
By Older of the President, These Wa.,-ns were built at the Factory of
r E. H. r L, J. M. DeWolfe, Halifax, N.S., expressly for
H. (ILERT, Bermuda. Price moderate. Terms accom-
Hamilton, gust. 1882. retary. modating to approved purchasers.
Hamilton, Auust I., 18x2. AL1BERT INGLIS.
TItrF IS MONEY. St. George's, 15th April, 18S2.-tf
C HILD Canu suly you with a reliable Clock i Cotee drinkcri should read the advertisement in
from 8,1 t.) 5, AU rIanted. I another wlumu headed ad t Coic;

]~RM o-L'7V1)A 0TA.L qAZEiTTE.

YAtI.~ ffi:o Pi' wII; Cl'VE A I t IF: -m
Hlt'iIill SI Sitmui at Ijerroudia. htw,-f.nuitim
:'Illi jul and tith zu~18-32, beighi shove the -en
I..Relftbcer i i kept. Lt'jn 2!4l; fet.

July. .

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Hamilton, Atugust 8, 1882.

B E R I 31 UI A.

Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Friday, 4th August, 1882.-Parsuaus to adjourn-
Mieut the House met.
Preunt-His Houor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Euagnius Harvey,
Joseph Hi. Haivey,
James Tueker, Recr. OGol.,
Casendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
A Bill entitled An Act to amend and continue
the Schools Act, 1679,"

A Resolve granting a sum to the Reformed
Episcopal Church," were brought up from the
House of Assembly and severally read a first time.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 8th instant, at
11-30 a.m.


.Abstract of the Proceediang. of the Honorable
Howfe of .Assembly,
Friday, 41A August.-A Message from His Ex,
cellency the Governor:-
(No. 6.)
Governor and Commandef-ir.-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon-
ourable Houee of Assembly that there are required
for use in the Colonial Secretary's Office a smali
Safe at the approximate cost of
Pounds; a washing stand, basin, ewer, &c., and
a chair which together would cost about Five
pounds. And that the requisitions having been
referred to the Board of Works, the Board while
approving the approximate costs find that there are
no funds available for the purpose.
For the ensuing twelve months Stationery will
be required in the Offices of the Colonlal Secoretary
and Receiver General to the amount of Twenty
pounds for the former and Ten pounds for the lat-.
ter Office.
The Governor recommends the House to grant
the above mentioned sums.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, I
4th August, !852. f
The Resolve for refunding certain Light Dues
overpaid by -Messrs. Trott & Cox-was read a 2ad
time and committed.
Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported thle Resolve with the
blank filled up, and it was adopted and ordered
to he engrossed.
The Resolve for remitting the duties on certain
Steamin Mrchinery to Messrs. Trott & Cox, was read
s. 2nd time and committed.
Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair.
The Hou.e resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve with the
blank filled up, and it was adopted and ordered to
be eniromsed.
The Bill relating to the currency ol certain Gold
and Silver Coins in these Islands, was read a se-
cond time and committed.
M'.-. ,l-rc-r in the Chair.
The let and 2nd Clauses agreed to.
The Attorney General moved the 3rd Clause.
Mr. Tynes moved that on the seventh line of the
3rd Clause of tbe printed Bill, all after the words
"lIgal tender" be sti uck out-which was affirmed.
Avys 18-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell. F M Coop-
er. R J P Darrell, %V J Frith, J Fowl,, W tl
Hughes, S A Masters, T A Outerbridge, S U Out-
ps h. iaig. A Ni Oiidnoy, W R P-.niston. C Pmnistin,
J W Ptarmanr. T J Pt.aiimaut, J N Smith, itTSnes,
W :- 1Wilkin-un.
Nays -MeIF'- N J Dia:tl'; T N Dill, R D
Fraser, A J Frith, S B Gray, A .J Hodidon, W S
.Masteri, T F J rTuckr, T J Wadson.
The 3rd Clause v6th arm -ndar: ts agreed to.
The Hou'e re.umed.
The Chairman reported theBill and it was adopt-
ed ard ordered to be pengcossed.
The bill to repeal the 2nd Section of An Act
further to amend tLe Road Acts-was read a 2trd
time and commrittedl.
Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair.
The House resumed.
'The Chain man repot ted the Bill and It was adopt.
ed atid ordered to be eugro.sed.
he Attorvey General gaue notice of motion on
3rtl reading ol LegEl Tender Bill to insert In gold
or silver coins issued by" after the word "or" in
the 3rd line ol the Sid Clause.
Adjourned to Monday next.

Monday, 7th August.-The minutes of the last
meeting were amended by inserting after the words
"'he Attorney General moved the 3rd Clause"-
Mr. Cooper moved that the Committee rise, which
motion was with leave withdi awn."
Mr. Ouuiney preeented a Petition from Ministers
of the I r-'sbyw'riao, Wesleyan, Reformed Episco-
al ant British Metbodist Episcopal Cburches on of luriala in these islands, and moved
that it be set uiwn lfor consideration on the next
meeting but one.
The Bill for the erection of a new Government,
House was read a 2nd time and committed.
Mr. Fowle in the Chair.
The let Clause was agreed to.
The Attornty General moved the 2nd Clause.
Mr. Fraser nm.ved an amendment whiab, with
leave, he withdrew.
Mr. Fraser moved to add at the end of the Clause
SPiovided that the Board shall not commence the
i6aid work or enter into any contract for the same
beerr' a Pian and Estimate of the wotk shall have
been submiritted to auid approved of by the Legisla-
ture of these Islands"- which was affirmed.
Ayes 26. Nays 3,
'Ibe Attorney General moved that the blank be
filled p s,0'JU."r
iMr. \'vilk:-:-on moved, "6,000)," which was not
arco,: t 'd.
.'- Attoiey Gtneral'a motion was affrmed.

T '. 1 4,',6, 7, .S 10, I, 12. 13 and 14 ti--.u-s
were agreed to.
"'he House reenmed.
'thie Chairman reported the Bill as amended ano
t was adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
The ortcr for the 3rd realin, o1f the L, .-i T uder
Bill was discharged.
The flliaing Me-ssages from His Excellency the
(No. n.)
Lieut. General,
Goetnor cod C'.,miradcr -Mi. iA'/etf.
I'Le Govt tiur haAs be Honor to transmit for the
Infornsftion of the Honorable House ou Assembly
the Report dated 27th July 1882 of the Pilot C:.m-
missioners, accoumpansing their yearly account with
ihe Public of Bermuda.
Public Building, }
Hamilton, 7th Aug;t, 1d3.". J
(No. 7.)
Lieut. General,
Governor and Com,,mander-ii-Chig.f.
Tho Governor bus the honor to transmit for the
information of Hionorable House of Assembly the
Report dated 27th July 1882, of the Lighthouse
Commissioners, together with the accounts and
vouches for Lighthouse service for quarttrs ending
respectively 30th September, 81st December, 1881,
Slat Muarih und :31th June, Ib2.
Pub!io Build n~as,
tiamilton, 7th August, I982.)
The Bill mitlled -' An Act to repeal the 2nd See-
tion cf an Act further to aten'd the Road Acts,"
was road a third time and passed.
The Attorane Gefieral introduced a Resolve pr.)-
viding fornecessaries for the Secretary's Office, and
a Resolve providing Stationery for the Secrelary's
and R-eeiver General's Offices, which were sever.lly
read a rfi~t timr.
The Attorney General grave notice of motion loi
3rd reading of Legal Tender Bill (l) to strike out
the s.coni> Clause. (2) P'o add at the end or the
(pres.-nUt) rd Clause the following words, "And no
other money or coin shall be legal tcndpr in these
Mr. Hayward gave notice of the following amend-
tnent. to that Bill, "1lu the case of Gold Coins for a
payment to any amount '" In the case o Silytr,
ColVn fr "a payment of an amount not ax.ceding
p--.>ads, but for no greatls-. amouua-."
Aljoutr,'l to Friday next.

Orders :
Two R-saolves ina avour of Messrs. Trotl & Coi.
L -'. Tender Bill, 3rd reading.
Government House Bill, 3rd reading.
Resolve for necessaries for Secretary's Office.
Resolve for Stationery for Public Ofidces.
For ie;t Meating but oat .
The Burials Question Petition,

Er-Er Eai...
!August 1-Schr. Post Boy, Goth, Bangor; onion
box material, &c., t.., J.'T, Dairrll & Co.
Haytian Drigt. Dauphin, Printz, New York, aa-
Ssrted cargu to William Blu k..

August 3-Mail Steamer Orinoco, Fraser, New
York; 2 kega arrowro..t, I bale hop., I ha ll Wl.
tongues. P,:st Boy, Guthl, Turks' Island.s; 6,1000
teet lunber, 1 box machineiy, 2 caslh., I'. gal-
lon i %in-, pait inward c:rro.
Aug--t Mail Steamer kter-, e -ru-
fa- : English Mail of the .nth July, and aoirt-
rd -.r Vr, --Agent, J. M. Haywaid.
4--Baiqie Eliza Bar.s, Hollis, New York; ettilt,
and hay to Trott & Cox.
August .3-Royal Mail Stanruer Beta, Shaw, Turks'
Islaund and Jijmiic. ; Maili, &c.
In thle R. M. Steamer Beta from Halifax on
Thursday last --Mrs. D. Murray, Mis Drew,
Captain Ward, R.A., Messri. A. Murrow. H.
Slayter and J. T. Richardson. 2,d C ,a,' .:-Con-
ductor A. S. Findley, Mrs. Findlucy and two child.
ren and A. Chishilnm.
In the Mail Stcamer. Ori,s.o for New York on
Thursidaylast: -U.C. K.: an, Esq., M.O.P.,and Mrs.
Keane, J. F Burrows, Esq.. M.C.P., and Master
*Burrows, Mrs. liichards, MissJ. Richardsou, Mrs.
H. G. Hunt. Miss F. Hunt, Miss M. A. Hunt,
Miss M. Scobell, Miss F. L. Bogrs, Dr. Hod.ledou,
Captain Luckenback, Messrs. F. L. Godet, T. S.
Mitchell, .1. E. Dye, W. Richr-dson, J Albr.uyv
Darrell, Georoe Allen, N. A. Davis and W. J.
Boggs. l..t i. ir, ,.--Mits R. Brown, L. R. M.
Dempsie awtl H. D-lreor. S'e.rac :.--Tohba J.
Lentoz and two ...
B.,'i, h-'e at. Martinique on Oth July.

, the Royal GOertte.

SIr,-II is t.-ortied out of doors that
s,0)00 has 1.Ceei mnad. in the Houn-e o.
towards tihe eretion ,of a New Goverunme
un the aus., ac a-- the present edifice t,
mour at the srmi: time has it that, in our
able Isle,. no pla,: e-n be found for a t
residence c olur newly arrived Govertni
would surest, for th...- consideration of t
that U.-, tth.i te hpre-ent H-I,i might,
erat.. :x-.-n-e., I,- o far repaied as
nimuh moe- .,-ir'al'l residence fur the Guv
his f:Lmily, duiri'in three or four years, tt
procitud .is--where, while the new ?tr
being. ci--cc:1 i..: somi i- i-'ti h r na- 1 fai
whi.:h could, t. ,'.edily Sele'ted on the Mou
ton Grounds. It Wse 1.s to me that bly ht
of this plan nut ouly v-oul.] the comtort o
cellency be z're..tly advanced, but. at the
the New M..nsion, whi.:.h oi course will
than its, need not be cruamn
corner when mn.ore eligible sites dae aiail
Oneo argium nt 1 understand, for .,d
the old Ait. is thai tre eiteitn aoruami
now r'ro% mi thine, bhutL l,-es a)ny p.-.-
that ouet o these would be fit for anything
firewood aft,:r two or thre,.. years ,:lost, c
ship with lihoabuilder-":
I eanntit uppu-t- that the old Houseu ii
dated thi-t It!i'n same ar.ounut whi.-h woi
quire.t tuo i. sp.0nt.- n any private resident
for the o.-:upatiun of thO i Goveruor.
make the prn:,eut Muo.nt L:nugtou habit
very few year, :imd if this is ,.-. the ot,
tags are, in my estimation, so greva
change wold never regretted hu tiune

7th August, IS. ' :Ai Asusii.ate tie Reco.r-ler ot
DitBLts, .Tilly 27.--. de-.e'ate hbut U
att..nlurt v.i- m.ide to-day to ,ssassina
.order of Dublin .r <;te--n Street court-I
tutor uanm.l Fitzpatrick, who wait n...
plaintiff on an .:ivil titl ,, .*ce, fired at th
with a revolver iti Lhe upeu court. but I
v,wis sezed by the- deta:Iwant and a ,oli.
Sir Johlm Ro.-'e atu. Mr. HIL.-b-rt, Unle
of State for th- 'lo.nies, ha-ve left Liver
laul, ,nu 1 isit to i.'.utida.

a vote of
nt Hotle,,
ande; ru-
i inhospit-
or; uw,: I


We copy f;omn the London Globe of the 5th July,
kindly handled us, an arti.:-le tinder the above .ap-
tion forwarded to theo London Timer. by a trust-
worthy correspondent in N. w York. de.t:iling th.1
hellish operatit.'un aud intentii.,t- of an asaciatiou,
not coutined to the city of New York. but having
miieu en-gage in forwarding it- intentions, it ap-
peoars in everry iiv of thle Union. We submitte.3
the ar- iic to one whom we knew had something to
ito in the way of frunstratinw the designs of the
pyirties in Bermud.i, and li:- said he believed every
word of it to b- tru.-. The vigilanu,:- of the parties
heie was, we believe, inerease.d- by an nitiele which
appeared in this Gazette calling attention to the
possibilities of a dangerous surprise being made.
The Times in publishing the above .lluded to ar-
ticle ca!ls attention t,: tTV bhcenpe that American
commercial law allows to dynamitij projects and
declares that it is a scandal and a shame to Amer-
ican legislation. A more enormous scandal is the
attitude which public opinion in America assumes
toward them. ever was there a body of national
opinion so inquisitive and keen which could have
shown itself more feeble and ineit in defence of
public mortality than the opinion in America '
the dynamite school be,'.ame notorious. Amnerictns
must determine it they will continue to be subject
to this 'epoach."

TuIwday last, ihe lst August, was the day set
apart by the- Female Charitable Union SoQiety for
the celebration of their twenty-thi-d Auniver'ary.
At an early hour of that. morning the several mem-
bers assembled at the Odd-t'ell,.--s' Itall, in this
Town, and at abo.:t half-past 16 o'.hlock, ti.rmned in
ip.i.casion-each member dressed .a the egalia
adapted to his rank and position in the Society-
with banners (one of them most gorgeous) and
flagi displayed, and htadoed by theb Alexandrinji
Bund-wmarched to St. John's C'hur,.h, Pembroke.
The procession presented a most creditable appear-
:*nce, and the greatest order and decorum was ob-
served throughout.. At the Church Divine Service
was held and a srnnon preached by the Reverend
Mark James, the Rector of Pe-mbroke and Devon-
shire, who took for hia text 27 c. Matthew, 55 v.
A collectit:.n was taken up. The procession
was then re-formed and proceeded to "Good. Sa-
maritans' Hall," in Reid Street, where the Annual
Report of the Society wa.s read, ertaiu resolutions
p-- ..,- 1, and speeches mado. Towairds evening the
ptrusaion wrai again re-formed, aund wound its way
toward Odd-fellows' Hall. where a substantial
dinner was laid and partiuken of by the members.
Later there wat an I.:., CretI Entertain-
mnent, at the Hall, which was very numerously at-
tended. The Alexandrina Band was present all
the day, performing most suitable pieces in a very
eareditable manner.

Two and a Half Days Later f'om
The Royal Mail Steamer "' Beta," Captain Shaw,
with the English Mail of the 20th ultimno, arrived
at St. George's frm,nm Halifax on Thursday morning
last, after a beautiful run ol 71 hours. This Mail
was brought to Rimouski by the "Swirdinian"
which arrived on morning of 29th.
We ate indebted to Captain Shaw and other
friends for Halifax papers of the morning of the
31 lt ultimo, which : ertainsonime very interestinsu par-
ti:ulars from Egypt up to the evening of the .29th
The lBeta perforraed her last trip ti. Halifaox in
the incredibly short timnie of 6.5 huurs.
H.M.S. F'V. ,ato froiut Pictou and H.M.S. J;'iia
from Bermuda, arrived at Halifax on 29th ultinio.
Wn'ti r jtheRAy_ i Gazette.
The regular Correspondent of the / n.,,;a', news--
paper, who addresses the community one- week i:m,
liberal, and auswers the next as, Disiest..dlishment,
cannot disguise his style so :s to conceal the id,.n-
tity. .
Wandering, illogical rmanittknst, from a brain
guided by a brute force, rather th'mu hy moral rea-
- son, they express the outcome of extinctive remorse
in a c,.treer, which by soue fstal eirnr has forfeited
trust, and instead, now weeks notoriety, amnonrr the
wrecks of the mos.,t 'e-ellent iri-titutionus 'f the
Colony. Three matter of Endowment is now Sec-
tarian. The money givan, and the time taken, are
equitably assessed on, api returnt- tIo the commau.-
nity at, honestly, ini honesty is an abiilutd
necessity in thihi tribut- of a Chrian poup!e tov
Christian institutions.
Establishment, is theprotr.cioun of a whole peo-
ple by the Laws which d-'end the majority ofth--
dwellers in the laud nt e.:ilesia.ticism, a dis-
ease ts corn'mmn t-, thlieo-. called :,ngre,.ratioui:tl
free- churches, as.t t.h- Pca[.ll.-Ad hii, a6semlbii.:s
of men who insist in ..-f~cing to bl.ieve in wor-
shipping a follow ovu Lriittle, to pleas-e the Deity
Disestablish, ;.hen. by 'inmibt, the lay people
who p!'afer to tui gudi.-- byv the Law, and es-
tablish everywhere ,ccli ati'irini, now only kept
under in Nonconformist-sssenmblie., by the exis-
t,-u''euf the Law whieh ptrE t-" Nti.nal Chur-himen,
and the- powers of Ath:b-i:a hil have L.o-n lib.-r-
atc-d. to act thr.,rgh outvapt, :i.n pull duon
-i,:u.s feeling, the p.iarentif that high sense of I.,.n-
onr, which as hithertio o'lain.:d in thi mnuan.e..-.ent
of the Public affaire of tls Colony.

he power
tu afford a To thA Ldti, Iu.i.Ae u.' ?,:..'.-.
'nur a,,l Dasx. Mrs. Ei.riTOl.-Isn glad ti:. le.:tu that our
heu ,-an be Bermuda Comnp.ny Stefship Petition has b:en
ructure- i snt well over ,our .ouiary; ha:is ben generally
bv-tr-r site, ed, ant why should r.e othi-rwise, when t'-Y,
unt Lang- kno it, is a step taken' i the right direction, and
e a.koption one- w.vhh is likely to b the hui.dldinB up of our
of His Ex- country, which unfortiotely ht's beeWn drained by
same time, outsiders for iyetoit past. Our poplji, are lo.xkiniia
be" larger forwar'ld with great ahiety fo.,r the STdat day
ned into a which is to 'vhen 'important ve-rdict sh l,
-e. bbe eiv'-u by out L..gislat'"-whi. h is t-.i decide th.
Lhher..a'e To ,.,te;,i oiu country. I iderto, ud that the Honu.-r-
ent'l trt-e.-s atle House is likelyto bfeIl lteudedonu that d i:y
on suppose as du.l-tle-is the voting 'dih.s 1 ry important mat-
better than t-r oi wid.:b the futur-elt'ar oi the country so i ii- ,mh dependti--will b. t guidin tair f..r vo'erF.
ini tho now coniun gener.
s so diiapi- It this attempt iloultil, it will l e a dark day
ald be r-,: f,.r our, people. Aud wau-lt ie,.r in mind it ill
ice, t,) ir it be the means of puttingur *-.'untry ba.-k for one
would n',t ye.a. at least, and thuis ing more room for out-
table for a siders to. piopre to wo ag:unat us ; but now i-,
her .dvan- the a.'-:epted time, while k. have it in our power.
t, that the It is farcd by oune thatur ship will meet with
v pr'eeantt ,onte obstruction in thi iannel, a-s we are quite,
ei.ire that some of ou.Lr hibig ( .o thie countitv are
.N immediately interested th the present line of
NA teamerrs, else why d, :-y u..e thEi-r pe'r-.asi;e
p;,iwtr to fight against o country's Steam.r and
support the present line. Our people- can plainly
Dblt.--- ~e itr. and I can .Assure':u it ii :a.usin a v,.-ry
asue,.;ssiii angry feelUng in Bermudi
te th6 R.J.- )NE TUAT KNOW-..
hous,-. A
nasdLted a, r. J. N. Bas,.'.oks kindly sent us i a
e Rc,,rd.-r ,,uch ,f grapes -.:ut stosp vine at Sjuthampri.n,
r..n-tuiatrly" taii tfr., seed ohtainudtkim vrape, vox tainuni-
.cm;'n. Bre-.lau." atraaitie. ou thuth shore som y:ari.a
-rSecretary sin,'c. No ,louiu Mr Bome will improve his
pool, Eng- culture inext yea', ay.i ha :.up.;ri :,r crop from ,
viuo which lives :t3. promise,

F,'om t'he London G/u/b 5
A correspondent of the Times, whom that jourua
prouounes to be thoroughly trustwoi thy, writing
from i'ew York on June 22.d sivs :-Mit.:hael Di.
vitt, in his recent address to the Irishmen of New.
York the day afterhe land-d here, told them, among
other things, that it was their duty to repudiate
outrage and assassination as a meaut s of redressin
Irish wtongs. This was good advicee, and give in
a locality that greatly needed it. While the ma-s
of the Irish in Ametri-a look with abhorreu,':- up-on
violent methods of combatting her Majcsty's Gov-
ernment, and cannot find words strong enough to
use In detestation of acsastiunaton, there is still 6i1
influential Irislt clique, whose ramifications extend
through the chief cities of the United Srates, who,
are devoting every energy to tihe encouragement of
what may be called the dynamite This ex-
treme and detestable faction, who are bent on em-
broiling the United States in the Irish quarrel by
making it the base for hostile movements against
English persons and property, needs close watc.h-
ing Tho dynamite movement in its present phase
begau nearly two years ago in active operations,
though contemplated and practically sketched out
earlier. My informant says that while the head-
quarters are at this city, yet men are engaged in
forwarding it in every principal city of the United
States, though outside New I ork their chief abiding
place is Chicago. I asked if O'Donovan Rossa wa-:
the projector and conductor .rf the party, as he so
loudly proclaimed. The reply was that while in sense he might be called the projector, he w.s
not now, and had not been for a good while, in any
position to control the panty, or even to learn its
secrets or doings. Iu fact, though sincere in his
views, O'Donovan Rossa talked too much for the
conspirators to trust him, and while his United
Irishmen's Society Directory were the general iman-
agers of the business, they only use-i him for a
figure-head, and directed the operations generally
without hbi knowledge. I asked who were the
chief managers of the movement now, and was
told that they appeared to be a triumvirate, com-
posed of Dr. Shine, Spearman, and Byrne, with
some lesser lights, but the leader was Dr. Shiue. a
reckless, bold, and, in some respects, influential
New York Irish Democratic politician, who hi
held some local officeand, wa a physician of re-
pute. Thefunds, which do not amount to miuh
are controlled by Shine at present, who has them
in bank in his own name, and generally they are
insufficient for any extended operations, though
when any special enterprise is contemplated the
leaders go around among "friends of the canus."
and take up a collection to defray the expenses.
They have at times had as much as 20,000 dols. to
30,000 in these funds: but most of the money wnas
wasted upon the abortive attempt to fit out. a Fe-
nian cruiser in New York a year or more ago, since
which time the funds have been less in amount. I
asked the object of these operations, and was told
that the conspirators had little definite object ex-
c,:pting to harass England at every vulnerable
point, to destroy the lives of the officials who were
most instrumental in oppressing Ireland. and to
show the English generally by the destruction of
property and public buildings and works that it
was to their interest to make peace with Ireland on
the best terms, and to let her go as an independent
nation. The dynamite party. he said, permeated
the Land League, and was aided by many on both
sides of the ocean who were high in that body.
They had a regular system of correspondence in
cypher by cable across the Atlantic with friends in
Ireland. "Ie then gave some instances of the way
in which, well-laid plans had been frustrated.
When they first began operations the dynamite
party were infatuated with Thomasseu's plan of
,.-3. .. .. a. l-p "i. in..
? inarmaon, a e they succeeded in e verbal in-
stances in destroying public property in England,
amounting in value to several millions. The porty
had their men over in England, quietly sent across.
explosive machines, and the woik was done. Thesw
mai:hinei, were usually carried by firemen on the
steamers, and they were of very simple construe.-
tion. Two or three successful blowings-up o,-
: urrcd, and some were frustrated, and then the Eng-
lish becaiie watchful on both sides of the Atlintic,
no that it was more difficult to get the machines
over and to get them used. Several men who had
been e"ggnged in the earlier outrages backed -jut
when the'sport became dangerous, and it was then
necessary to devise a machine that would not ,x-
'i until suffic-ont time bad elapsed to permit the'
man who placed it to get out of the way. This
was done by making an ordinary clock-work at-
tachment tied to run five or six hours, and these-
eloek-work machines, after long delays, were per-
fecrted, and last summer about twenty-five of them
were manufactured, each in a small square tin case.
But tLe detective coils had wound tightly aroun.l
the -ou.spiracy, and they found the greatest .liffi-
culty in getting the machines over. The cement
barrel shipirent was exposed in some way that they
naiercouldi find out, and it caused a great change
in their pl.ns. Rossa had %a -'od deal to do wi'.i,
the shipment, being then there chief of the faction,
but the tremendous row that wau raised -bout it
half frightened him out of his wits. He wa sure
of being arrested, and he spirited away all his cr.-r
responden,.c atid every daiunaing thing lh poshe-:'-
ed, including, it was believed, some of the other
ma,?hines. The Englislh then began also to show
much activity in their detective operations, and
nearly everything subsequently ciontemplate-.l wa.
in this way fru treated. A plan was. lai.; iu ithe
West to capture the Princess L.,ouise, who was ex-
[hriited to conic- *j.t arind accompany the MIrqiii.i oft
L'jrne on his 'econt tour to Manitobs Thecon-
spirator.s formed the project of swooping down
upon her asi capturing her for a lihostage to beheld
until the Irish suspects were released. But the
Prine-ss did not then come out to Canada, and the
plot tailed. The leaders quietly organized it party
in Now York, who were to go to the British Pro-
vinces and blow up an English war-ve.-sl. These
fellows went to Canada, visited Ho:...real, Quebec,
and Halifax, arnl finally went to '-t. John, New
Bruuswick. At Halifax there were war vessels,
but none of then were in position to be vulner.
able, and no one toudd be got to undertake the task.
At St. John they fouud an old sloop of war in
'har-e- ,t f watchn.'u, and it was determined to,
blow' this up. They went back to New York to
.get tit mate-rials, discovered in a few days fornom
some developments at St. John that ,he plot had
Baked out, and this to', wvaR. abandoned The moat
seriout proje,'t which the i/:asmite party contem m.
pltkJ, Lhowever. ,-,, e i'etruction of the magni-
ficent, floating' hc 'ho tr -r Bermunda. The men were

t.11 ready to go on ljboa'd them steamer leaving New
York for Bermuda., when a reconnoitering party
discovered a couple uf dete -tives at the dock sorti-
rinisug the passseuger's as they camedown. Thi-
plan, too, it wa, evident h:-d been exposed, but
they didi noit bandon it. T'eir rmen were seut ti. *
a wouthern port, and shipping on sailing vesas-I
managed to get by various iout-'s to Bermuda. As
th- date approached the watchfulness of the Bur.
Smluda authorities be-amine suddenly most stai tlin';
it was evideot that they suspected something, an d
,';at the island would soon become too hot; so a
*'eatner oppottujly atiliny forNew Y. ii. he i-fel-
laws went l.,.,ud, clad to e-.ape with whole skins.
A brilliant genius then t-ouc'.ived the idea that the
n-ateirci. ti.r expl,.sives c.:iuli be pot anywhere, if
..-nly tIe knowledge existed for th-ir proper comr
po(undiIg tand u9e, So the party .-per.n-l last win"
i.-r, in this ,. ity, what. they called their Dynatnit -
,,cliool," and got a man with a Russia nanme
which my informant could not remember, to dilive,

lectures and give instruction upon making explo-
sives. The professor, however, is not so much of a
Russian as he is an Irishman, so that the cognomen
adopted fur the occasion is of little consequence.
This school was opened in Chambers.street, Rossa
taking an office in the same building as a blind,
while downstairs is a liquor shop. The pupils were
mo.-tly brought over from Ireland, and the lectures
went on until it became a subject of remark from
the regularity of theattendance, when another place
was git in the outskirts of Brooklyn, and instruc-
iones ui,-en at. irregular intervals in both places Fo
as to dis.rm n uspicion. The use of three style of
machines is taiiht. One is. the iorni of a tittle
pocket Atask, that can be sent to any obnoxious per.
icn, and is mall .nbugh to be. carried in tho pocket,
Another is the machine with clock-work attachment
that can be fixed toexplode within any stated time.
The third machine has a diaphragm of metal over
the dynamite, through which an acid eats its way
and explodes the compound. This is the simplest
machine, being set by breaking a small bottle of
acid, which eats a hole ii a few hours through a
thin brass plate. IThe equipment of these "schol-
ars" is now the chief business of the dynamite con.
spirators. While indicating that the inspiration
for the recent murders of Lord Frederick Cavendish
and Mr. Burke probably came from this side, my
informant either did not pos-ess or would not giv6
any positive information on the subject. The Nev
York junta, however, expect the murderers ulti-
mately to comeover here,andmuch of their funds is
now said to be devoted to aidingu them in hiding.
They are believed to have left Ireland for Wales.
and to be in hiding among the colliers, where they
will ataR until the three months reward limit ex-
pires. They continue the policy of sentencing Bri-
tish public men to death, the Cabinet Ministers and
chief officials in Ireland being all under thb banu.
Various Irish secret societies sympathise with
them, though not entrnsted with their secrets, and
the conspiracy is one that will require the closest
watching, for it may ait any moment embroil the
tro Governments, whose people have every reason
to continue on friendly terms.


The usual halt-yearly Examination of the t.bova
School was con, luided ouFriday. 29*th ultimo, whon
the boys were dismissed for the Siummer Vacation.
The Master. Mr. Thnnvm- Line., was assisted in
the examination by Gt.irge Simpson. Esqr., In-
spector of Schoul., who nvxamined in Arithmetic
and English Giarnmnir, :aUd Scott H. Gilbert, Esq..
who awarded the marks for Latin and Geography.
The following' is a list of the-Pupils who have
distiunuished themselves by standing first in the
subjects named, viz.:-
Upper Grad,, consisting of the It and 2nd Classes
F. W. L NEs-first in arithmetic, geometry, al-
gebra, latin, geography and drawing. Prize for
arithmetic given by George Simpson, Esqr., also
prize for mechanical drawing.
J. M. MACKEY-first in English grammar, read-
ing and writing. Prize for English grammar.
W. C. GiLBERr-Prize for mental arithmetic
given by J. B. Zuill, Es, r., also prize for mechani-
,.al drawing.
A. P. Yotmo and C. W. EI.sE-EAch gained a
Prize for writing from dictation.
T. H. TIats-frtst in history and obtained the
highest number of marks for recitation, conduct
and home lessons. Primes for history and home
Loi;e Gradre consisting of 3rd and 4th Clauses.
.1. H. LtEs-fitit ii history, ',ogr'aphy, Eng-
lish gTammar. irithmetic, spellin- and home les-
sons. Priz*" for arithmetic given by George Simp.
son, Esqr., also Prize for geography given by .T. B.
Zuill, Esqr.
ui. .s. BruRnows--rart in reading, recitation
and writing. Prize for writing.
R. A. MAcicEv-first in mental arithmetic and
reaiiniv. Prize for mental arithmetic.
.1. PITMAN-Priz- f.or geometry and freehand
drawing; also obtain,.! the highest number of
marks for conduit

DEan MR. EDrron.-I am pleased to observe that
the People- Steamer" scheme is still slowly but
surely zaldng rapid stride in the right direction.
The Petitions whi,.h have during the past few weeks
b-:-n open for public si iat-tire in aid of this great
euterprize have I hear been favorably responded
to and we trust His Excellency the Governor and
our Leginlators will be induced to give this impor-
t-it question that consideration which the welfare
of thib yearly increasing CColony deserves. Th.:
time has at len-th arrived when somethingmust be
done to improve our present condition and to place
ourselves on a pr with other countries in regard
to Steam Communication. There is plenty of money
:available in Bermuda fir thi, purpose, as well as
influential and willing gentlemen who are ever
ready to assist. But how are we to achieve sue-
css ? By a unanimous determination for that
which is ours. United wo stand, divid-
ed we fall." Charity always commences
at home." If that. be true what are we
doing by allowing another country to reap the
Lbuefit of our public revenue, when "we ourselves
night have an equal share by the possession of our
"w-u steamer ? This is rather extraordinary charity
,hilch to oven the most casual observer would
appear that we are either too rich or else too dull
r. conceive this outward act of charity to which we
have so long been victims. Let us for one mo.
menut .bk at the 'uc.cess which has attended the
Farnu.. -. Clubs during the present season. At
first this project was looked upon by some as like.
ly to prove a failure but our energetic farmers,
seasative to the point of duty and uotwithstanding
opposition that threatened, solved an attempt and
the result has apparently been a success, when com-
pared with that of previous years. Now this is due
to united af.ort and is indeed altogether a change
for the better in our a..riculture progress in future
and if we pursue the same course to establish a
Steamer of our own what is to prevent this being
:a success ? For several yeirs past we have been
de-pending ,lely upon other countries for Steam
C.mmmunication. If this was not a good paying
lout:. Ir a steanmer I question whether sitean.m traffic
woul. not have long since ceased to exist, but the
fret i_ th., yfute pays well" and is worth looking

Our steaaler should be owned as far as practicable
br the p. .,le of Bermu.ila to prevent any opposi-
.tionu. Suiall Shares ate requisite to enable it to be
withiu the reach of all. The Steamer- shouldd be

fitted with fir-t el ,ins appurtenances and should (if
I may be al<.,ved to suggest) be built ? steel,
wbi-hI is fut taking preeedtnce over iron in ship.
Yours, &o.,
5th Aurgust, 1882.

ALEX.ANDRIA,. July !':-PtAssenger traffic was
rt sumed on Saturday to RarulA.. The Home
'Government has ordered Admiral Seymour to es-
tablish censoiship over cable messages, in conse.
q(u-nce of despatmhes of detailed accounts of the
British pO.sitiuLi
f'P T S~Ar, July -2i.--'-The latest news from the
interior is to the effect that chiefs of the Bedouin
tribes who previously favored legitimate govern-
m,,nt, have submitted to the rebels, dnd that perfect
understanding exists tbetwoen them. It is said
that tho Bedouins have undertaken to furnish sixty
thousand Inui, chiefs r:.-mairning as hostages in
Arabi Pabha'a hands.


Ti.rkey' Snia to AKigland-The Dam .4cioss the -,..E THEIr IqR.-INATi'.v.
Mat.Inoadieh Canal-Fortsfied witlh One Handred PAnt, Jcly v',.--In the Chamber oi Deputin t;o-
rCrrnon-Fxrecrio, of Ince,,diaries-rCadt. Fisher's day, i', in prolo-siii a se.:o'id vot.: of er'o-
Soeel In,'e'iion-Destruction f Fort Gabari- dit". declared it was aqui-tiou of confidence in the
Turkey }'ants to Send 20,00 Troops to E0;ypt. Cabinet. N..iwith.andwing D.freycinrt's ,iippafl.
the C'hiamber the vote oif uiedit deimar-dei
Lonm, July 2.--In the .oramons last night by the GoernJeut. After tho volte wa ivrnr the
Northuote accuseu tne Goernm.nt of v..ll!iti,,., ir r ,kir rd Niuia t Prciiut
eiPtatatou and neglect alike citft., intet.rTs ..the i tit -rtv t- e r.-'e st.i tli tr, i uai, e t. I ti-a
k.hedive and of the Porte. e dl.]ar.1-.r th it the i o t r poit-
.ovrornmeut h qd deii with A,.:,a biarr, tri re- i, of! .,',r
rent events might have been avoided. The -ov- merto it,.i'r micteor.
ernment had delayed action until the lasl Wom..rnt
and meantime had done all it could to irritate and \'e wert kindly hand'-l y'strJidy af'ttrnE,,u aI
o(tend the Sultan. But he (Northeote) felt sure New York Eveniing Tv-legr.mi" oftAth ultimo.-
that ftO -oete aleno to be given would. adequately The Titrumetvr at 3 p.m., of that date ste...,d ;t
represent the wishes of the English people. Mr. Da9' The deaths in the city for the previous eivht
Gladstone said the landing of troops eould not diya hr ab l. u 1,2"I'-.-rkkiug the total -iure the
hare prevented the fugitive army from firing the liitt of th.e mou_-uth :.i3,17. 'TL.- .Lui..' f datlhs
town. Nothing could to more complete than the and by the heat on th, 2th fills ;'.,.o1
concord between Great Britain and France. The union of th.,e Ttl'gran,.
motion for the vote of credit was carried by a vote Raciso xt ENorL.NUP.-The Race for the Chit hes-
ok .75 to 1P. ter Stakis at the G.:,odwood M-etin.; oa 2th iu ni
PoRT Sar, July 23.-Reinforeometita are arrir- won by Stabell, Magician 2nd, Atalantst :.3rd.
big every night from Fort Guemil. The Governor yj.e .Ip.', ..... .',. ts --deadhet--'alvtoi end
considers the delay in occupying the Town will be St Blaise: Mouirvd cmutue In next
fatal,.as the Arabs are becoming stronger daily.
The British Corvette Orion" has arrived, briu. -. L rT AUtTEt Di Y A,.rA :.-O.v
ing inmtruotions which comult-lv modify the mit- H L DiNn Aso.rO.-
untioe here. DeLseps protdostd against her en- g to the strung windl on Friday at the hour
terin L the Canal, but she entered without paying appointed, th, above postp neditheir intended a..:.
1 ues. S.'rath Ra.-. wa sailed between four A"f the boats,
ALExAnLRIA, July 28.-The Inflexible" has aund won i.- Foam." The ** Turl[ine" making'
gone to summon the Aboukir forts to surrender a 'ei- ,oool i--.d.-The above Aruciatio:.n anti. i-
and to bombard them if they do not Aurrouder. p.att huvini ,,ir-:l l.--.attr shortly, i..i which
The marines who recently arrived here have due notice will be given.
ordered to Ismailia. A very important seizure
was made on Thursday of secret correspondence ROWING RACES -The Annual Races oW the
which passed prior to the bombardment, between BEr.mriA Rowi:o ('LUB -amrie oat in the Hitarbour of
the military party and Freuch ofliciale. It i H:,miiltii,, on Ti'asdl.y last, bt'Owen the f,.lluwing
said to prove incontestably that all suspicions en- Crewe, vie --
tertainel as to the military being secretly suppor- 'Mr. Zuill :, NMr. Cooupr s,
ted by the i ench, were well founded. The water Mr. Godet's r. Mr. Hunt's,
in canal continues to fall at such a rate that the which resulted in favour of Mf ZLill's and Mr.
city and ttoops iu a week will be dependent o Godet's erews. On the f,,il,-uwiu dayv a tinril heat
wAlls, cisterns and condensers. One of the most wa row.' 1 'we tLe t Ainnmln Bt ia which
f.:roctizi and .aangulnary of rumans in the na,,a- mir. Zuill' was i- ,-t,.,ri,i,.
rres has been condemned to doath by the native
tribunal. Achnied Pabha, the Governor who re-" .
cetL2ty) attempted to allow twoi prisoners to e-scape .a Iuqtisiti:oun was held oun .uud.i the oth inst.,
execution. having atain tried to obstruct the po- at.the Lanati.- Asylum, DevouniL.a, by 'Theus. TJ.
lieo, the Khedive rebuked Lim severely and caution. Lightbourn, Esqr, *' vi w of thc body
ed him. He is continued at his post for a time at of Clr-i.tioa Siuond., a wmaniu of :oulor, aged ol
the request of the Khedive Arabi Pasha Ihs al. yeatrs,who died on the- ii.irnin" of the :.iae d.ay in a
lobeed the other members of the deputation from ,.,.,,',. i ciuIe.l by .1 .user 'i. the -t..',n-.h.
Cairo to come to Alexandria, saying he intended
,lspatching ,n important letter by them. Specials To CoESPONPENrzi.-Mr. .ainu- Pilliug ,,u
froni Paris furi'rsdow the abandonment of the Srawberrv Pl.ntin' in our next
'ote of credit in view of Turkish inteiventiou. A "
despati:h fro.:m Ismailia sayq the British Admiral MARRIED, at Christ'. Chut.:b,Waric,-k. on and
d.ciared that he will not laud troops unless in in.t.. the R vd. John W,,la.., Mr. JsernP
.... upauy ith the French. DeLesep-', on he:r- -;rEL LINDLEY, of Wrvi.-.r t.. SAAH Ar.nA, 4th
tng this, declared to the notables, that as lung as daughter f the lat Mr. William H. Durham, of
he remaineul no Fren, h Ii.,,ps wttu!d be landed. G ,and Turk, Turk I-.ands
A'abi has repacaied his declaration that be would not
injure the ,i-al as long ap there ws no foreign DIED, at St. O(euian', (',.,ruwoll, wile ott a
1.0:uupatiton -viitthere from :ithsea.W n.LiAM Rows-i, E.Q., 1or
'yrsar.-'tr.usPL. July .9P --The Sultan replying many years of H. M. Dockryara", Bernsud.t. A.,-d
t. the verbal repre-sentations of the P.uitish Ambhas.- ,7 yeaiu.
sadvo, tlequesting t'he immediate isne of a pro' Devonshirt Pari-h, on .'nd inst-ait,
ti.iu against Arabi, st-ted th4t sich a demand can- after a short illness, whi'hb she b, with Chri-ti'm
nut be made by England alone-, but shrulul pro.'eed fortitude, R-,iE JANE, youn;.-,tt dau,-'ht-r .if
from the eonferen,:.e of the powers, in which case it Sadr.h iand Willi.m Hison, aoed l y.:-arat'nd 11
wtJld rtfceve i, ,.i 'ileratin. Th:- Ru-si-mn d' Affairs hI'4- Ie a ''rdier.!d by hii, Government not oue sister twou brothers, -jithi .th-t :,-laiive- nrid
t,, att,.'ud alny mote meoiing.-, of thie f conferencee Iii- f* ri.ud to imouru their lo--
til he reielv..i '.tail,' iustruetion. 'T'l.e Geman ..... in this T,,w>u, on Fridayv l.t, I 'EARLEL
ieprelentativt, wms inutructed ye-teiday ffion BerliB Rgo iNAL. intmt ston ., Gceorg osn Lu., ..-nu,
to rei-co'niraiit, tie Sultan to i-iste (thi- prorlanmation agedt 6 In.t,'h.i
dei4arin% Arabi a rebel, deminmled by Eunglud. age *t i .
Moukhtbr Pa-.lts has roade arrangements whicl, ...... at her iesit.Luce, in on tie 2nd
will n.uable thi Fo'orte, t1o ,itcI, 20,,6ni mni^ t1;, .V :., the belov,-.1. wife of Will:am Bean,
Egy pt. leaving ahuband, tw, :hitKighteri, iv.. soun-., mother,
jsipttert lr'.,tl..'r-. .sud a large .'icl .:. f relatives to
AAuxtiA i.h, July 2:'.-TIie dainz at.Lr, the MAh- m .:,'in their
moudieh emI:,l i very strongly tiad, iand is widt ____

n.c.ugh to alai of thof1 pa; .sg: .of f ou, e.i:.
nbreasi. I'he position is fortitie-l with more than
onne hunidrei ,tun-.. oo-. of t-am b-ing Krupp .-
non. le l.D-.,ieps hs sApplidil for and received a
,' safe condu,-t from Arabi.
It turns out that steamer Supply." which wqs
.sent out under the supposition thb.t he .-pusble
of condensing lar:ze quantitie-s of waw:r, t1 only
fitted with empty anuk- without poper coudenemiu,
appaiatus. Mar5n p-tons have been ar f-ted on
false charge,. iref'rrr'ed itn -,.some infusfauce by E'iro-
peains, two of whom have been ijiled for perj'.ry,
and another condeunid ti.o ,t yeir's impiponmut
and to pay a fine.

At the ex.:.. uti.- atf a uativ.-. criminal I.u.-lv. fi e
hundrc-d Arbs. ,:-.- huntidred unarmed [in-t'(p:-.u-
anid fifty native .? armed i:p.:i-.e w r, Iprl .. : t. P, ir
to the execution a Sheik. employed by tie authori-
ties, exhorted the people to .li ir- no fcir. .Kfi r
the prisoners had beau shot a i!.tir,, tri-d to i ei'i,+
(he crowd to violence, saying iLeti was u-.,v an
opportunity of cutting the throats of E 'rop mu-..
e was promptly -eiied.
Attenda;mt- of delegates trom Kafr El Dewar
state that there is great waut of food in Arabi'<;
camp, and that many of the troops are tired of the
war. They had along interview with the Mimtis'ti.
They said they had of the whole country to resist lureign aggression to
the end.

A meeting of leading European merchant. was
held to-day whei.n tbiee ren-,liuLiotsi tfir.t,
expressing want of confid.lnce in lie uative policy :
seoond, expressing diaIppovad of th!e h'-, .i,'Ola.
tion of natives to and from the city, thud afiordin-
Arabi the aieans of iuniLains tI:- pasin-ius oft he 1
people; third, demanding that every native give
proof of his means of subsistente. This last resolu,
tion is aimed at spie-s ,.d ermis-aii.s- of Arabi.
Capt. Fisher has con-Itructei a hire.'_oin. iron'
clad on rails, similar to thr-s' nii -.l durin',- lie
American civil vaur. Ii ,ionsits of six rno-ks pro-
tectd with iron sbicide, with an eu'Liiie, in the i',-u-
tre. A Nordenfeldt gun l..oka -.i-r l He ie .,\;i
The leading trucks are. ahi, :quippt>u i ith ti,."'
Gatling guns and two kitd gttL4is I vill lb. n.a:,a.e 1
by three companies ot blu6 ja,:-kets. TThe- tr.iu ti
provided with mi.- !-, A-.,-.ti..- e:,-c. .nd u i a.l i.l
aces for laying down <,r Jeitri.-iun-' rail- It will
proceed to the railway Jun':tiua, within miles of
Arabi's ir ind will etize arid occupy ;S:.- :ortify
that important point.
Fort at (Gabari was destroyed tide .. ring.
ALrXANDImA, July 29. -The .elloon," wit,
Admiral Seymour on board, r-tumin I frmirt Abou'-
kir, whither she went tbi. morning it' r.econnoitre.
The Admiril found operation- arctively ,;rog-eo,intr-
at the forts, which are we'll armed. .':,,tn. s tteinm
with regard to boni,;.irding them.
A.xArNitT;i, July 2_9, 5..3. p --Tiv.o xpu...itic.rLs
which left. lat night to repair railwIys "ut eh'r I
,rebels, on Alexrxlria bide oif MTiI rn Jn 1t..
were completely mrc-.ssful ini tile uand- takiug
Both lines are now iepuired, anal cor:.-iilii c 41
number of railway wagiras bare beeu iiu I- I to|
Alexandria. The" rebhel will sx k'1 v. ,k if .T- :u
fortify the viciuitv yf Port o ald.
Lonmo, July .A .-The Scuts Guards, .U sr'troan ,
left barracks (thi- mosiut iiandi enimbrki for
Egypt. .A guest c'owd of people gathered outal.iae
the barracks. and rho r troops emb:t-rked amid ire-
mendotu enthusiasm.

At tlh,- .l'.Fu:llov'. H.i ll. l -
*.*-.*- K i ** >Et ." -* 3.,'AM E.i V W~li jAMA


W L !' ti. AL 3 SOLD ,
.Vu the Wharf,
In front *o*f the .Stores fL thhe .id.-Trisned.
The 10th Inst., at 12 ,o'-lock, ui.,
'T'Le fin- C'ida,. Copprtt-fastene.i Sail Boat

*, ttc
In first rate working order, with spars, main-
sdil- 'three Jibs, new hatechs and trunk. Grap-
nel and Rope., .nd firll of< Iron Ballast
The Dingy "- SPENDRIFr" with Spats, Sails,
Iron Ballast, Lot Rope and Mooriug.i,
&c., ac., &c.

,lamilton, August 8, I '12.

Dry GOODS &i.

At I o'clock, P.I.,.

On Thursday Next,
Itl' InsLdant,


.Ar- re-ipet.dfully reqle-ted to .M:I' at the
Ti.7CITT 17 z,I::.
(1r r'dr,.ritv of tLie ill Ciuse tIhe %ct
fr,'o '. r.',porationi of thie l- Tom -, St.
GC-.rge pa-.sed 22nd July, 1;79.1
On Tuesday, 1th Aug.,
it I o'ch -!,.!
FIor the purpose of Electing a

In the r.omn .of W. C'. J. VL\%;.t, i.Esq.,
absent from the Colony, and an A L :R.M.AN
iii thle romtn o0 JAMEs A. ATwo'O, l sqr., ab.
enIt Crom tile Colony.
Se,-reTiarvy ;'or matii o '-,. at -a..rg:.
'o' n', fall, St. George'+, 4
Augu-'t 3, 1S88-2.-23 p.

A Number of Youngr Ladies an d Gentl-men
(by request of Building Comm;ttee).of
tb- B, M. E. Chur.--' Hamilton, will give
Two (G.iirand


At tthe Store A, ( :oi.g, ENTERTAINMENTS.
A o In the Basement of the ODD FELLOW'S
Esq', HALL, in tLis Town, on the evenings of
A Lare As tiet f Monday and Tuesday,
D R, Y G 0 0 0 D S ,AUGULT 14th and 15th.
,tr ev. ry Vaiiv .. T'I The Programme will consist of Solos and
Cl','1' ';. 7 rul t. ,T. 1 -lls Duetts, Choruses, Dialogues. Readings, Reci-
: i stations, Piano (from Chappell & (Co., Lndon)
B.,t W. W 0 ALKER O, I- and Organ Music.
B, V ALKER, CO.. I Refreshmeuts will be for sale.
I Iic,;on,.tr5. Doors open at 7 o'clock.
I.l-, ihl.,::, Aut. r, le-2. I Entertainment to commence at 8 o'clock.
orb- -d Proceeds to as-ist in paying off several debt
Fo-r Sale by Tender.I contracted by the Building Committee for the
1BN 'V er iiof' th, Mortgage2 und er Adu ission--by ticket-I.
a power of ::ale. ('bildren half price.
-- TcKR'rS *-an be. obtained from Mr. .J. H. T.
SP.Ai.EL to LA.N-', biug part of Lot f Jackson's store; Mr. Geo. B. Swan's, Mr. Benj.
t No. *2 of t ti upj-r 1 WeUiiigton Lot)., ; I Paynter's, Flatts. atrnd ar the door on Evenings
Wellington in the Parish of St. George : it Entertainments.
bounded on t, .-,.rt', by lnrtl ltr, of :all.. 1- I The- Mozart's Band' have kindly offered
Foster, deceased, and there ncasuriiing about thir services for the occasion.
.. fi.- t ; on the .South by a Road, and there r e r U C- W a
i eL-uring: about 4l feet : on tLhe !'.,t4 by land A I RUS C. VAN,
now or laIt, of John AthiU Frib, and there FRANCIS A. PARKER,
m.-insaring about 109 feet ; and on the Wft by M.ia"r
land now or lateof Benjamin Burbh, and there amilt, A .
measuring aboit ls 1eet., or however other- Hami Aug 3. LS.
,,ie the aid l.n.1 may b, bounded or may P S nd
imeSir',, tou-t.'i -with the u 01 ICe to AliMERS and
-, Houses and Build- Others.
Thr.-,n lat.e in thge mission oi Daniel Trott TF1 Undersigned offer for Salr. on a.commo-
h-i D anJ e dating terms to approve, t Purebasera,
I-I 7L. S fo the above pioperty willbeiLe- the tudertmonti,,n-'d Cargo shipped by our
iND- S oby the abovem-'d p to ti. n of Frinils Me.ssRS. THI'O. -J. -['EWART &
,. i.,.lbythe i. i. ai.ndup to t -- no 0 o .. ,f Bangor, Maino, reiwived eix ,.-hr.
S7- "POST BOY," and
71Jsi,",'.' u/ i PC l i7t/ Aiff /- .4..4 9
Sr't insta t, l .J\uAuw heady for Delivery from
wnstenth g ,'t" tp - c.pte Second Shed,
!when th. htg,.!t. if -,pproved. will b- acceted.

SS The Vendor does .a.rt hbii l.i'uself to amccpt Viz.:-
-. w -- ,-.Viz.:-
Tthe ,if I tI urhe.rappet, or .a'y I, N de r. 35,000 ONION BOXES.
The DAUtGHTL OFiTH'S irr appear- S. B:;OWNLOW G AY. 12,00(0 TOM ATOE RBOX ENDS,
ee 1,,,1.. th:. B nu P blic Hilt h A ugust, '2.--Z' p
lAuua't .'tnubiP c. Hamilton,,b Augt u O-- 1400 Bundles Long LATHS,
-.-. N -I PO,] 'F Ay S'() ) uS 10,000 Feet W. P. LUMBEi;.
7 L T This Cargo is thoroughly cured, bright, and
iJL Pr-n having LI against the u ve per S. Ori ," lean, and considered to be the hLindsomest
-Est.t.- -,o tl'- l'the ('.aPr. JIOHIN T. "1 Rceivele l4S. iu Material ever oflfred for Sale. in this Market.
.A.Ti' me herby requested to retiidr the CHOICE TABLE J. T. D RRELL 4 CO.
Oam or b ieoure the 1st I t. s jn 9 f Hamilton, Bermuda, August 7. :S,.-- p
01n or before the. 31st Inst. j --
And ll 'rsoions v-ho .tuy b INIEDEBED ro A Full Supply will always beon handth.ough I Colonist please ca:py.
:'t. said Estate art- herebyv rqLu,'S.t.'-. to make hj hh. at lowet rat.. olicited. F O a
IPayment by thb- abuv., date. All Accounts r- the sso at lowest t. cited.
gaining unsi.ttled after August 31st will be I V 11' J ".1 %" ..- ,
Ilai:ed in legal hands for ,'-,ll.-ction. 4- Front Stroet. A FIRST CL..SS
.SA 1,.Al\ ANN YATESI, Hamilton. Augustl1 .- SAUSAGE MA HINE,
W. T. J AM ES, i or lent, All COMPLETE. Price only 4.
Sis.'.. .t. T ce l situated s Diameter o>. Drum 15 inches.
lumilo ", ._* 7, 1!.'. 1o, ce,-ll r r eApply to
l-ai^.i'i''n- i7 -in the To'wn of Hamilton. formerly occupied ,W J H t' Y
asW -X-.S HENEY.
BOXES. BOX-ES. Queen Street, Auction Room,
f_ I ethodfist SchooL l ROOit 6th August, I'S2. )
i'e Schr. Mary L. Dunn" was chartered At present used as a Temp-ranc I-Hall. ,
at t. John, N B on the- :0th July, IP, Possessiun given in October next. X'ai lled.,
To loadl for Bermnudla with Fu thee information to be had of -,-.1. r rr r-- & " i

AM 1

Tomato box Material,
And she may b,: 'xpeercfld to atuivu here about
ti.. Othh instant.
Her Cargo will be for kale.
Hamilton, lh.i-uuda, Iat August, L662--2:ip

. Extra Light Top

1 :' t1.. l.i

A~,?J ; V

Spring 'i, le /i,'. just pmtint11d
and.l trinllied .21 ':s'. Oct.
1 Elliptic Spring Ditto,
,,., '. i a -':5 p' . lid .
'I *. e a

im to','uut t, o.
:al lt, l- Ua ,S .. l ti r i,ge ., .
l,,t so,, .\ugust 8th, 1802.

r ..... :. ... .- ...... 1 ) i-.

HamLiltO ., AuguPIC ., "
.... .. .. .. .. .. --. .. .

For Rent or Lease.

' 'UDOR.'S F R411,M" in South-.
.ii'tOli l'arisl, WVest. h-.. I NVl ia
.y pr nlticmi. ,,,,d id i gu i planting i-.iw-r, and
lie.' .'.o a \Vell 'it ,, .J I aier I M. i'l'e uses.
l.,i u es-i.'"i iivei i,,, '.ii te y.

L;,! t1., I stim i nr, d '
7tl A n ,-it, l' .. rd p '

.t 4
SOr ale,

3 og C4rt,
in good order, with ijami-ps.
Apply to

i St. George's, August 7, 18.2.--

Highest Cash Price will be paid.
070 Barrels Returned.
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, Ji!y 17, 1 S2. -3 3p

For Barbados,
To Return Direct.
I I'ht Schr.

Du. ,- nB Master.
i$?ll Sail for above Port,

;5th liet:tut,
Engagi m'tI, L. I' Kr :elturiu Freight open at
the Ulffice of tle Ui designed.
.Age t.
SHamilton, August 8th, 1882.--2 p

SeOSz &
' nle in lIerr''udl
I' K I( i :- .
J. S.

; ... .-edingly L, W

31 Front sirert.

lminilton, Aug 7, 1S3.-'3

For Sale,
At' Low Rates for Cash,
A $iimnmtl C !.,i mea-nt of Choice ol!ong

In Half Cheet-.
Bright Muscovado. S iU G A It
nl bi--rri, from isarbados.
lia-.i tto AnI/ust 7;0h, lS8.-2 3p

pared to, supply during the summer mouths

Kept on Ice.
Thua rendering it firm and keeping it fresh and
Will receive by S. S. HBeta" on Thursday
next a l ot of Choice Cumberland Butter
elt-cted especially for this Market.
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, August 1, 1882.-2 3p

Please Notice This!

ALL Persons owing for Boots, Shoes
and other Goods-, had at R. H. DUER-
DEN'S Store from JAMES BUR'CH will please
call and pay for them, as the Accounts must
be closed cto Mr. Butch's benefit, who has
left Berm ida.
Hamilton, July 29, 1.8s2.-3 pd,

B E' .,'FN Pitl'. flay and the Town of
I &. iituti,

Tie Finder, on leaving the same at the
Ryna! (s" ()lflic. will be- ,wiital Re-
IIUnilton, August 7. S~ .-l pd.

POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 5th August, 188V.
J-aso 8 de Amaral. J E Bononer, Martha Baird.
Brig Mary Ciassen,' ~'chr Golden City,' Elisa.
beth Darrell. Cuetano Domingo, Elio Dahiguist, An-
tonio J te Fre;tos, Charles Gordono James Graint.
Geo A Harley, Anne Harford, A Jones, Antonio J
Luis, F A Marbsall, .Schr Wm Martin,' Mauoel J
.Marshall, Tneod-sia Outerbrilg'-, Jane OuJterbridge,
Adora Outerbridge. Brigt Aubrey Peak,' E Paint.
er, A H Ruae, H Stow. C T Simmons, AS'Smith,
Caetano D Soarer, Th,,s J Smith, John Sear.s, Chas
E Scott, Charlotte So.irg rei, Bella Smith, Antbiyq
Smith, Henrietta WilihoJ, Schr J R Wyman'

FICE ST. GEORGE':., : August, 1882.
Bmrqae Diu.' Luii Fraul, Batrque 'Ga. Head,'
M Kelsall, 0 ulings, Barque 'Alindi, Wi iam
Neatson Smith, W with, Anaa Taivis,(Cooper's
I sland), Lydia Tuae-'r, SchrW' William Martin.'


fnlao 3ail 0Contract
Between Hamilton and Mangrove
ENDERS arp invited for the abovr. Crm-
S tra,.t to commence on the 17th day of Oc-
tober, 18.42, under the provisions of the Post
Offe" Ac.ts arid, Rgulati'mgs of thp Governor
and Council, now or hereafter to be made.
TENDERS will be received until noon of

The 23rd of September.
Further information can be obtained at this
Office or at the Post Office at Mangrove Bay.
Colonial Postm'i-.:r.
Colonial Poui Office. Hamilton,
7th A Lugust, l.S>2. "


IMPORTERS at St. Georges are most re.
spectfully but urgently requested to or-
der that all articles for that port shall be

The Undersigned decline to be responsible
for as prompt delivery without as with that
Agents Q. S. S. Co.
Hamilton, Sth Aug., 1S82,
Ga:tet .j' Cololiet, Co!onist twice 3pg.


Just. Received from some of the
firit Englishi and iner'cau Houses,
A Fine A.ssortment at

,41 St P#efeiaSl .Tiediciaes.
x. it.-'rlie i!ndrsigned beg to inform the
Public, tCuli "wy aue prepared to furrilh the










"'fslue Sory or Ithe U4

BEFRrtE TUC YPIM l1y ? ~~r
It ePlnuor~t hbp.-.Al ha t the EllHNO A bil 0'.':1

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dais uh ucq uaz~cd ~the 000114 K to, K, V
haru'W4 Wo H unI Ic 'i f. Th''t' up 'ISO. "awn.
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to innAT Wcio' sf'f; whady' F''c6> ball ""
bnd iti ll~ie cx t hic IV h~yiwn u, q ini..., inki'

tllint jAIF.-rt Inil -i '' .Ir ',i t '1 :e (
Wi thMe CWjisi:imn.iTL1. V itT9 (.019WH~IM!to 9

defeated. h e E,-i-pz iais lrtah', ri i.. ,ic',: tu~
Me gvpiauq bull.6N Setht iii RnWt~o Wan'lto '.il
eAg quite Ji npithe y, i P..iayphy.~l i.- o v~~

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The Tu 111.tkilh ni. i sa.1 .rt I', i i-' w ''I,%.

ofTurk DishcingIb icky !icct', w.. ,t t, Di', 'in.'hiAd
fagh ie lye b A nidthe li.' er, '/',l,oujl cp.iidi: hlair AIi i
tile ted.11A oIV la d 511! ',Lriktw-w .-.i~t th
fl lgy tia-hot. A dheuld it-'n65 P'asuii w, ~ i'tii
1eSfOr the dncoiutemikofete Qoni' -v u
hanxur wht-nit WI', it .in ,,i mukcog. 1Wi'
Vi. iraid mictI.AnThe that:it v.stuclitenol-
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-i ip-. tD euk ing r4the s -9er Own /1 'to ..., ,bi 1
deari,..c thatiu the lo. ba17,'19 .l I. it 'I '

fh lug a sht' A .Jl1. 9~s. .*ihc.f ded l9 ian A v Y
forthenir1VIT Wee '1VHy g aY S
hour when it iv lo91 I it lo eiag99 'j. i'
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bharp I Te it. Au. c I ., eu. T 1, I
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t he Pitr.; i,.,it I rt11 11m o 11947's -il -:. .---'.9 I)
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Tu 140 wi *. A ai 9..tLi 1I. 5,,'' 1"~l

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k) h BY noon the fjivht racg'd hotly- all .alon-
IL' dicih hKmtle bre.Mi-,c
t t 1: f Nt-c 1 1 cf N ; r -I theL4 ll fib r i hg di.',

k\ T th;.,-A' is~ c.tIIAeetiu.' 't the BER.

1 9r c.I) r,1' 'di P.o

.' 11151~l 'ej~.oi age, eight s~hillingsc.

i~' i"c.'i ht I il ) j,.jl tie .` lt.:iJy foral
fti.svi i'Idt. ) hl 1..i citckc c i.jic tiou fo it' cn,'l.-ei't~hil

J F I~ i~Y LO0 C1K WA [I

For Rent,

A (t MPflOT.x BLE

With abou)ct 1; a,-1-"-3 f L,1ci'l "cem.. NT1Vil-la 1uj,

.Jac.:villa:. 11'Lnniltaoii Ptrish.

(or'ner' of Queen. and iteid Sts.,

'"ie I'.' andIiijq1 ua, Chte11. 1 I ud'A2K V !01

lI. It','-0i Y s cuh'r' ~ulif Ih1
Ge-'tub an-sd ;c v1 Mite~

-;P1 B- 0 'N

.1 n .ie '* wn f P umil',on.
PO o, 1L 11i 1 bl 01' -of u;ILE.
A-pip1y to

IIfu1Iiltonfl.J ul v -21. 1 -.

-'Iii--t I .K 1:11

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1. ITi''ii


I "I. t

L *' V 9r

NvI 11.I all

Removal of Barbering
From Queen to Front Street, Up-
sfairs Over o. 47.

M',1 E JUndersignuel in thanking
S he. Pu d.!i.c a:d their Inhaliianut; generally
for 6 I1)er, it .'ir.,irge they have e'ien.led
ito a -n,, hiti,, l '.ep i .y .-Itrct ahenl.ion to Pu:.i-
ineI lt i'. ls ;ii_\' 'FSTABLISt.1M ENT. Front
S ree ', I''.tair'is N :. 47. to rieilit a con-
lrt !;Ii .. c orf anti.
Ild iihii'l-, July ISih, 1SS2.

Strawberry Plants

1t~msf,' deirJous'/

of obtaining


Of thb. v:'y btest kinds for Bermudian cultiva-
tion, for the l purpose of raising fruit. for the
New York Miar!;et. will please leave their Or-
ders at the I)fice of the UniMersiggned. 23 Front,
Str..-t. Up 1 Sair'.)
Th PL ut-h, will be ,specially selected.
Tr,.ris moderate.
None will :I- .,I:.nt for excepting those or-
Hamilton, June 27, 1.S?2.


,I[ It i't .' i, h invitig made ..xtiVIn ive alter-
A.!_L- ,,ii,.,iis in h-er l i't:l accol.dinloialii'!n re-
s,'. l i *, i'ici-i ,h.!1 I':;,ronaz- oi" LL% IEc- 'ind
,I. rLLi..Ei,:N c-qiiirini. B-i I, \KFASTS', LI'N-
. .! ,',O N.' s tl IlINN .i, ".
Kelre-humelri.s s.upplik' at any hour.
Reid Street, Hamilt',u, ,
,June 1, 188?"2. ',

Horses, Carriages and
Carts for Hire.
Th,- ULei'rsigied having a fit out in the above
Line-C '.ii i:1ges 'o!ifortable, Horses Quiet and
Driver- uL:idy, re3pectfilly solicit a Share of.
the Puhilic Pilroninge.
Near the Rectory, Paget.
Jly t :24, 18m'8.--i m

For "'qale,

,I I IA.` L E
Sold fori no fatldt, only too) mall for the
Own,' s use. Will exchange for a larger

Terms made known on application to
.T.Lnilton, .IJune 2.

: 'i-)Lt'"e to LA.
In Ced;r Avenue.
S iP ... ". ioo ?iv,?!i I. i(t July.
I",.r forler pi' lrlicui.irs pply 1o
...illt,.,, June IS, ISyS1 .



Dr, Bryan's Electric Bel.s'.
(.'~honio Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debilily, Phy.
i. al Prostration. Brain Troubles, Paralysis,
Spinal Coaiplidtse. Lung DiBorders, Ioipotency,
Liver L'o.inpl,,Is.u, Dyspepsai, Rheumatism,
HeaJtchs, Femainie Complaints, Premature De.
cay. aec
t-HIS wonderful discovery in the application of
Electricity enabltc the suff.!rer to give scien-
ific fatr.-i.ion tio i.s o%%i case in accordance with
Nature's l*awk. I'te biLct acts by aid of thbe beat
and i.iihture e, tL.- tinhd, and :evolve cur.tinuouu
currents that iOiuse I':e svstoen with the vitalizing
elewr. naril t:.e diee.ue is overcome. and a re-
'ep|. r:.,ive process 6 .- 'tiabj heci.
The Electro-.JgIn?.i C'ufrent,as evolved by Dr
Briian's appliance,P ti, l-iln-le's the nervous system,
givd 'urce to the b!',i.a adtii geiiuv, function, re-
it.:'t-e l.E or impaet.d p-ier ,!1 body or mind,
ca'.ietlje. arisin, lnoi ai:nts ro impi udeoce, sickness,
u- olCd Age.
ltitustraed P.anpilBts, giving all particulars, sent
o0 'q ..u1 uhion. Urdsrs rcr ived through any re-
s.O ii- ru.-'"icri E.'.use, and in ordering send
,i 'aiSur',' .oun.i ,e 'c.. sail si ate thenal.ure of the
Lomampia!o i.rn& id utpi.b; a'plianice will be 'ient to
oi .r. ..j i ", :
1i7 '. i '"-T .-r' N :_ V '.tt L: L.
('ottr. dinuk.r- 'iuMI.l r1.1\ tbe .dv'e9tilsement in
anuotL 'r .-.aILI. la U v.ed ,wJ '-'/.-.


fli T SMITHS PARISH known as

With about One Acre of Ground; also Car-
riage House, Stables, &c.
This Property borders on the Waters of Har-
ring'ton Sound, and thus affords excellent
Bathing and Boating.
Please apply to
Harrington Sound, Smiths Parish,
August 1st, 18,2. j

Imported for a Society.

12 Very Fine Black Broad Cloth

Frock Coats,
Warranted well-made, latest English style, and
the bept i n this town,

12 Diagonal Frock Coats, same
The above were imported by special order, but
the parties that gave the order now say that
they want Morning Coats, not Frock Coats-
hence we decide to Clear Out the same at a
Bargain. in the next ten days, if not sold by that

For Rent, ime they will be reshipped.
The Northern portion of a Double J. B. ROBIVSOTV c 0.,
The Clothiers
The Emporium, 47 Front Street.

Situated in the Town of HTamilton. containing
four rooms, a comfortable kitchen with oven, Bermuda V veterinary In-
tank of water and pump, as well as other con- mary
veniences. firmary
Apply at Royal Gazette Office. REID STREET, HAMILTON.
Hamilton, August 1st, 1882.

For Sale,

A House and Lot,
In the Town of Hamilton,
For Particulears please apply t,,
Ian' iltoii, N.T'r. 29, 1881.
CC (CALUMET CLUB" Smoking Mixture
is very nice. Try it. H. A. Granth-
am, 46 and 47 Front Street.
Proiection against F IR1
A T T IlF; ?, i -f r ..' ,,1'R...'-1 I ;' %..
Can be obtained from the
o/ London,
tin' lthq lounge' t Established and WVealthie-t
pricess in Great Britain.
Through the IIRN( \il OFFICE in thee
(landa, a Saving is effected to the Insure].
of the Stamp Duly, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on V.F.AL and I'ERSoNAAL
PRP ERTY lor 3, 6 or 142 months.
No PFi'E. and no I'AR'GE for Policies
N. A. BUTTER F f; ,

Hdinilton, September 9th, 1856.

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
d.'ommiission .-" ereha Ilis.
IS Leadenhlil Street,
l'er. 3 iil alte tiioii siven to .ConsiiiilieL nti ot'
Jeirsldal pr1 O !)UCl-> !', ,niI w il!inff r cif !*r-
iuudia Irlerdra,

William James Heney,
Shipping and Commission Agent,
Qtieen Street,
Prompt Lttention given to 'oiii iinuienti.

SA nCiuci Wednesla'vs aod F ,iiays.


A ood uOok..
Apply at this i.fice.
lHamitrou, Sth May, ISS2 *
U 0 -

Everyboly wants it, but very few get it
because most people do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these diffiCLcu
ties has been our study Thurber's pack-
age Lcoffees are selected by an expert who
understands the art of blending various
flavors. Thc-y are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
ell in small quantities). then put. in
pound packages (in the b:un, wAt ground,)
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuineness, and each packagecontains the
Thurberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's '^ No. 34," strong
and pungent; Thurber's "'No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
good quality, honest quantity, reasuibtle
pYrice. Ask your Grocer for 'Thurlber's
roasted Coffee i, pound packages, No. 34"
or' No. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also tarnish
the Ideal" Coffee-pot. the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep then
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO..
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P.s.-As the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and pack Ihem in a tidy
and satisfactory manner. All goods
bearing our name are guaranteed to be
ef superior quality, pure anl wholesome,
and dealersare authorized to refund the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
and consumers to use Thurbere' brands.

sidence, Hamilton,
E. REID MERCER,.D.V.S., Residence, Ham-
iltou Parish.

Will visit St. George's Professionally on rues-
days-Office at G. Spurling, Esqr's.
Will visit Somerset ou Fridays.
Reid St., Hamilton, January 2, 1882.

Liverpool, Queenstown, London,
and New York.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprises
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging
to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
ing the port of New York. They are built en-
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de-
corative parts, are divided into water-tight
and fire proof compartments, and provided
with everything calculated to add to their
safety, and to the comfort and convenience of
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (all
on the main deck) are unusually large, light,
and airy. The table and general appoint-
ments compare favourably with the best hotels
in England.
One of these steamers will sail from New
York every Saturday, for Queenstown and
Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, from
New Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage
in currency :-To Queenstown and Liverpool,
WSO to $70. To London direct (Victoria Docks)
S-50 to S60; excursion'tickets S100. currency;
Steerage passage $26, currency. For further
particulars apply to the Company's Offices,
Nos. 61, 71 and 73 Broadway. New York.
New York, January 27, 1882.
pIANOS and Organs sold on the Instalment
Plan at E. T. Child's.

For Sale. Price 20.
Apply-Staff and Department Officers' Quar-
ters. Boat.
June 27, 1882

Receiving from London
Via New York per Orinoco," at the Royal
Gazette" Stationery Store,

Prayer BOOKS,
Ivory and Limp Back,
Hymn BOOK-, ancient and modern
Collier's and Little Arthur's History of Eng-
Morden's pi epared GUM in bottles, with brush
and top
Lead Pencils Steel Pens
Tissue PAPER-assorted colours
Violin STRING- &c.. &c.
Hamilton, July 3, 1882.

Cook Wanted,
By a Family residing in this Town.
Please apply at this Office.
Hamilton, July I,., 1862.

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