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: VID00088
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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IIaeniUon1 2So'~n ~ ;n.'~':daa,, 3Incunl '2~2. I SS~t.

a r t M t si
Ptoceedtit,, fit 1--: th-i, Ior-hle 1Le, ,g;lantive
..T:d i.j, !.SN dJ, ,- I:-" .-- .-Pur tium t to .iAtj1 ial' the Hoe'.vpe mitt.
Prcre:f-Hi-' Honor .Je-idi h K.-: t.'thief .)ntice,
Prc :--i- t :. -
T i* rc rable Fiuai-t ,, H .i rve'.p
JOs.',-, H .. !,-
Jati -. c F ,"--ler, i %'.!'. '; r.l
: G. P. 'S'. ''a .
-': CL' -vendish Uo. ., ICo 'Cl : ..
'the following Resolveps were brought up trom t La
lHouie vi A.sembly and s-'wrally read the 'firl
A Res'ulve fiu refunding to Messrs. Trott & Cos
a 4,-um ove.rpaid for Light dues on the Steamship
ilessoug, "
A Resolve for refunding to Messrs. Trott & Cux
dullties paid on certain Steam Machinery.
The Honble. G. S. Tucker presented a Pltilon
from Samuel Saltus Inghamn, the younger, praying
for reasons therein stated, to be reiimburq'! a 'umi
overpaid for Light druiec, on the S.eamsbip -"Vi.
The Bill euJii.-:d An .a At. w repeal -o mu i 'i c
the Act tEntitledI 'A An Ac:' furcher to amen.I ihe
Road Acti.' a. .s ri t m alrie-ady b-'ea er p?aled." was
read the thind ItI ue aa p'-.ei':, anid cider-' t-.:. i-,
laid before His Excellency the Governor by thi
Honb!e. Cavendi-h Boyle.
The Housie 'e.ume.d CoutiLCmitee the consider -
ation of :he Fill tentitiled -An Act ,(: an.nenI and,
coniluue the Scti.ola ,\et, I S7'."
T'be Hun, E Harr&y in ihe (a'ic.
The following amendment wes propoLed by ith-
Pi-alident and agreed to:--
That the 4th clause be sti cek out .an:d the fol-
I-'wiang itoern.d as a hournh cl us,? i-istead aeeoi :--
"Tho iltm pail of the sisx clai,.e of tle Shtoctla
Act. 1.7,9 down tuo hi.- wodI- *iviag in tbe-e Is-
land?' irn.lusive, is heteiby tep-a.led. and it is
hy enaet:!d thai ilh -e, -:ixh :al.iau .shai ii ..'rad
us if ine-af.] .f o f i- lai t thb reotf b-r.,-' r.- .' '
there occemured i.he words iollj-viut,: -
'A school rtl. uof ix shillings a e1.i1'i ,- .:'l h
pay .able b) thee l;'', ii livinil ..o: !t lut !.autin ij.
not. living by theb mother, or ii ash- h m.,rn-ied
'ryfsn hiy the step-lathir, of eVe y lV gitiiuiat--' chill,
-arnd by the motherr of every illegitimat- t3iild,
or if tihe b6, married by. her hubcn,it.-in r(.'p,.t
.ol ev.-y child being more th:n -!ix .n-l l-s.-s tih-
i thiiteen years of age living itr thesLe t1l.r-,i-.'"
The Committee roe,,
The House resumed
The Chairman reported the Bill with thi amn-t:l.-
ment, which was aduptedl by the House:
And it wais oidt-retd lhat tihe ,.id Bill .retulikt:d
to Ibe Houe of A.csseiu'i :th aI Message ieque.-t
ing their concuiretnes in he said amennduiat -ti-
name to be delivered by the Ho n. L'aveaclish Boyl-e,
as follows ;--
iVr, .Sjednkei oit odGerlenen of te H, uss .. '
I I-i dire-'ed ie' the Lpgislatit L u :ii 'a i-
turn ,,) ''Ooi Hourabl -e Houn-e' l', I;i: ?lii'lvel
"An Acti to qnmeud and coniinue th-', cool. A:t.
.7'1, an-.' to rtLju-,:. thib-concul'euceo'your l-ilao-
ahlei House in M, roItendnenI which ,b- ,'".IOI '
deem e-xpi-dieni t, to. made ihereo--' .:,*op of
which ariendment in de.)iveed herewith.
Council Ihamber. 1
15tih Augnt, I S.
The fidor inig Bills we. e t)iought up fiuni tihe,
House' ol Assaebly and seiretally re-adi t thhii-t
A Bill enti-led An Act relating to the eurrentry
of certailie Gol' and Seiver Coina in these lind.s,"
A Bill eniiled An Act for thoe eledtiin of a itew -
Government lloua."
Adjoiuraed to Friday next. ih', I, h install, at,
1 *31'3 n,.m.

CHi.Acfo, Auguitt t'..-A peiil disi.atch to the
'.:e -vie irio m F r: i, -rays : '* RI futa- Hat.,-li itnl
a p:rty ,i' Engdlihl nad New-Yot!: eapitalifst, hai\
ptt'chlatM--l 7t.,'e11.e i a.rc- of ',raziu, h iud- lyin;' he- I
twe-en th- Littlh Mist.eouri an-. P.-wd,-r River.- in
Montitaia fCi.nit th.-. Northt-ru Pa:.itii, R:ilit..I..I .t S I
per aer-i o. seven years' tinti-. It ik p.I,poI-,sed '
stock the- Ihid uitlh 50, lhea- of ratt!--. 'ii- -
party, in company with Hermaiiiun Trott. LainI Coin-
nussioi.r ,..i thr : Northern P,.-:ifi. Railroad, are now
-on the.' way to iu fi.,e--.t the purchase.
MrLWAUrKEE, .W'I-i., August :.-Tih-h Milwauk,..
anel St. Paril il.,iro,.itad C'ompany ha,- -,old to .on
Euglists ,yndi,',tf,. elt.1 -,..uted ly ( 'ios, Btoth,:-.,.
105,0.i0 a.:.- .ot 1:il.n in tbt. Pipe:-tone di.-tri't at-
$1 566 per ar-re.

ALExAN.oRIAt, July :-..--A e.q.tuti-' ..f th. hlighe-t
importeie, wa, 11ai'.C i'.,-dtay, Tlih]' morrnaiur the
niiil stetamer fr,':a Con-t. iutlte' ainriv.ed. FIror
infornilatioa received h-,.-ihl Bay, tlbo .e.oiad orfi'-r
w;t.-i :tnr'e,-t-.d by order oif -_kienir-l SyXounr. Most
i ctip.nt ,.lut ,hc-uments wer.-i found cu hirn, howling
co.uelun, iv-ly that nor rn..inths L.- ha-. r.te-.l .,.- thi'
ageni of Arabi Pacba ior <:narryayg c'ioliumttai..uI.u -it
beitwee-n eim anud the" pahlce and the Pani'l.aitiec
Coiniluitte alit Counstautiuttopl. R-[gi-hib h wa un.k. t-L
befoit "a tribuual nudl ,x.,uined by thr 1.:.:-Lieut.
Upou beingg pruoiiseil lenient tr.-ariment h. "uad,-i ai
full con'ee ioun and gave .1 complete lidt :-f t ,.- ':i, c.
'.',n with whom Arabi SIas ,:onneu.ted.
Th':- list in,:lud,-.d ti.- natm- cie ot _'-verl' Luti .- nut-l
pertaouatge- at tlhe Yildiz Kioak, in'.ludincn Shi :.
Z ttfir and, tie Suilta:n' 1primepil ap,.ne i -
t-tiri.I' up 'li,-"ioll- a.-_"it:itni n iu Ai..-- .,,it";,
'aghib ;als,- gi-c a .-i't Ai i 'r.s[i' o 1-.. vt -
in Etyl'tp M auy -t.,t-tniu'. "t.I t_-.-. :1,ti|.,,,. ir;
revel'ition's tre r-xpe,.t.-iI. On his ..i.a w'-d
t,,ind a :klh-ii of whir-ch hlie w-, the ie-arer jro-n.
Conetniutinopleto Arabi,wtitt u iai T. ki',sh ..Iphlr.
The to-tents at'iiresent .i-- utiliJio-r.:r-,d, R-ighbii
alsohbad with hi nt ,:r-:t-al ti:htiiuoli:tls h..ii Ar.btI
for various valuable: a-rvices reanderid at the J,.-

i;FK.RELY fDT-'NTION \L .O('i "IET .
[ l, heeq.-rfuily- c:.nmplv with the reqpue-t eo-f Mr.
A.-tin:'- S. i S. D. Riol.,ius..nI, i.y giviu' plae:. in
li t',,li,..winz .'l.l tr.- tnm B.-'nimula to ) t i- ,: ..
:e- t.-r-.V. \ .. Dowdiiti. ." with aldi...-ti itr.. t'.rt-n:l'-
t ju 1 pi i .. i, t j .l.e.' .,.. ,, i ,-
..!' J u ,: *=>'.1, 0s''.2. \\l'., i io:. i ..,u \Mth m. aum ,,th,: -
-till li i;rn.. !,, P.-.. ilv! r, nt. il.. th.. I l W .
_'T '. t_ .- h ,, ]: E c: 1 -.l : _'.r. p[ .: ti 'i ...!I, ...
;,. J. rn l;! -v b -.].,; .. 1-!; ..... ".. .
.'rD'FSs FR:OM I;EW.MUD_ 1.', r'.,' :
-PE\. V. '. Di)~\\ DI,c.
bh- rt.,lih,., ', n-a Id --4i has -be.n a,.-s n,.r ..i t.h,.
R.-.. YV. C' Dji't-di..,. It ..t St Tiieein'-., S.,.
l.,ur.:.,ugh, ,ani f'ornm ,ri'v ,t f Par.,-t _:. ..i.. B-i -
mittd 't '--

forcl 14. i'.N2.


rpEND ',rS will b in eid l,, ,,.. ,1- U 8 0 TTLIN G C 0 M PANY, T I ELSeli -li i- iit, Offic.-r will ri-
i ," .-.--, ,.1 K -, ii,., -r it. r,,i th,. T on 01, .", .'-; T ?- ... L1 L.' 1-,li,-o tef .till ,nrj or..
'iltU t I ht-i ci I Oe i2'i A! I)e & .LI n bt --. rnt ,
.,011. ,-TIlip, oj0Th t '-VU'sust, 1882,
Ir lt l' J v )ie. '8 [ St i St., Pa 'i wee dt ll. t i e' 'l eti O r b:
il -. H .,a miilton.. EB-i,, Fo- te B ildirod t Le II HULL o, a
.-. :" t' O i f Q,1- 1 r -
I-. .'' ,".t; ,,id ., ,t. t,., ., r,,. D gl.. -,,. ', i :,, ticn- ,"7. 'C' /' %S /fa / .! j'.J I 11/fr
D u l 'it. i i. t i ,a1- atr i f.f... I' 1 r. co I-, I,.i,,i,,tel Horsi, Pow ,r.

| B. t a t. Lr '. i..k St. .,i I' .- l i -. St re.-,
lu., laing past thl- R -ivl.n,.,- ,-,f tbhe Lite E.i',-a rd.
J. Smith.
iDeil ol the work requiiitd. to lie .iAlhe,
,- t) 1.wn .',,i a 'pljl.aliT ln. i
f. T, T .J llES. I

itsl S:,.t:s \V t.-a : ind '.,1itz..- W ater in sy l' n.-.
Pn.-u's ;s i'w i .s -,nv ,.th :.r al.- shlishm nlt.
Spe,.:i ii '.-ti' s i ut.teen'i, M ess, .. ', .
aigutio Cosiniter..

ea '

WV. 1. Downxu. HB. E. DICKIANSO.,N Fy bST,, ny
ole v..x.o in n St .-Inf oun pin,. wit, .' I ,. Street Comnittee. ('v)p ptf(f, J/b /f) '( t
s,.,t-e n, ode in ('iuililitt'. of the "B7 rl. Elu,.- H j.i lt u i sj'. /
tinf l SSoiet ,'OL thI. 13:jth in-tant. I hlave the H:lullton. I 14th Augn i .-
p:.asti e ott l -elt.;-,ing" tot yuUlr info:itmll. tie rule -~ .. .....- -- .t-,'i eihU .C
tor its "ojer' entlu and ;a co-u... o the lr.,)jrt .:.f rthe T "A t -
'.it .,:-.,ril mi'cc-ti,.. e -1 I'I 1 s. i. .EOERGE B. FORP;ESTER having' anailzd.d
rit-.- C'iiiutit ,: i.t., )'1.1_misiR. ite.irerit. driv,., __ I aeve.iral iu,.ilitie. ,of B.t umnda Soil, is pre-
tiL y..,m -t ,.u l..ku, .,,t' ir th,.- .,ibli-hl '..t- i Ti1 E I .-* F l 111' .1 (. i;Uk- par-.l to fnriu sh C'OMPLETE MAN1REE.
the- il aul, r I. P ,li thl;-ir u tv ( 0to u' .-\ \.! IiOW lie -i .Ia;ith a,:i l h Part. h il stitabl, t,. the s -e ,ial clopS gr.O t ae
the- r s..-u tiht-I uts. ,.,f at f r,.- im I l,,- t I thl' I, t I. i 'l' ia- *v" ,'i 0
T ,-in u-".tl e- -., u it' r i,'l h .!,-l:,i wi 'rvr'i(. i comm. u- Thurs "'ly :' I. ),
Thi' cT i ,iiu .- oc-hity l or u A I :'-h' s, 1 uuwhul.'ent th.ll,- bsc .-:,: i,t, l< a few ntl,--men ti> .,'l 'I' .r July I h,!lU 1t: 3I I: -' 'r.- ,Il t,
:., Iaum e.- thts :-....-ity with ni m, .ana:. t lr-4ir- :iu.n a t. a' c I' o I' I'er-on-s l., a ,i C I i i i
.*Ivent .,p I l thea l .- i .f u` ti.r-ipitic.n- ,f itq a l'itir:( thei Eti.e ol t ihe .4.1ud .t ir.y lintrow-. I _illOl .
:i-mi..-r woui l I.,- .. .:-dily euiIl.ti.:L,:i l I.,v the 1.-,u,. h t h il .y' are lI..rcbv i. itiredl I,, li,t- a,! i -
u,... andwl l. i: r.lity ,, ..'u-rui-, tirinil.. ti i s of ich Cl..ini. in iting, to ite, f'or
Thi1 Ceoilnitte.' t..,:-l g''.i.tly ,"n,'Ie-.-tn",-.1 ti' Witta lt I h.Lf I(l- i't I' 0n 'Clii, tt' Iye, *r .
T il: \ .L|A.W1 M 111 -:NM ( ,i.';i. i',, -,-,- O 'd-' Kt l'a iIt,.1 T &! .., I .
you -'' .1'iit.urd witll their pr,.--,ut ''ut L TcIf (Lti e | W Ill, r I 'rt '1'1* 11 ti.- .- frer e-0L i'u, 1.f aifa..
-..a.utiiAln that it i-il! li ii. ',,: v. e, is *r,.t' ou i.! e -, r ,' ,, T t f r u,, o, n1Ufa -
ti.,U. ,1,,i tl,.. -,' ,ne-l,, p .. v,.u, .;.vrdi.,; ,I- T H U R SD A. Y the 25ih dafy of tt- t ,"l' T" i ,. ,.(i lL, t ,l h-e>ials, and. will
o)].erattni. "" lti,- ti-O !-ite.-t c-.Ilp uof the best quality.
Mfr.. ('. '.Ti. .k i.u. '... eri -t, r-t-l'iw. of o-u1st llexI, I ti, United States. Farmniier-, a ire i-ing
i[ S,;.-.i.-lv. whi:, i. now in En.l.1hnl, will,. tu t, rtalle'r nliic:h i .,- th. E,':-v itor sill .: i., it, loth i. ii :." ""- lr ,,,',' .i :,, .,
h.,i th,[ i.I, .. r .u ,- ,l o iprrinulty .,f pre.-,--nttin.: i li~n liii l, : i'.: : I Xs ci. the said .i arvy lhr-' Thl:. I OTATOE M AN uRE bha b..---n u- ed
'Al. Iii tiI' .'t -liu ta) y',11. ]\ll..T.i.k-.on i. pir- o I-} ., 11i lit.,, 'uriit ,' -l:,t v o t, th.- S,,,.i,.ty' C L imL I a lii,.h ii ,1o, l no:i.'e, .inl ,.,ill ,0,1 f r//// :/,,.:, .1/ ,, ,,t .. ,, "i.?.,; ,,' ,:/.., r ult
B it ,rUl:,ti,.,h au t ,d., e.,. iu it' ...W-eli ,er the ~ ,r :-.- pI art ler o a d n- nd- the .il.,tou will unclog bt. ly follow w t a up-
Bfni .. -t ,,. oEt. t ili, .1:1-' lil, at llt pI" .-. I, bu '. to:0 M l '~,i -. 1 -. a l -e Cl cIim Ju li. I j.-i-iFti.i to i ny otbi c i -r.i ,ot or ,n-it r..
T cc ,rn-r, r I oIn !ik bp'i Ift'. Sh ill iiuI h.te, i l, A ti-ial i-i lk i ,l.ited.
-.. r, 1). ,Rosi u,, (,ti,:e :at hi timei of i.tri ,l[ ,,1" ihi ., all i i ri ll
'u ts. i.t.r tNy. 1. .. Fti irctio s ill l.,e .''n to aeav'h buyer.

SP.s.-1 ilit.' forw:'riI a uly I.. tie L'. .'.,*
/a, ':r*, di-td 7th F,-.bruir'. I' S whi.-lh i.I:,etii-
thl..- i-port ,f the B. E. So,:-(y : a.l-. the p r.... ,i-
in-'s of th. mer-ti-" .'it -hi,.h tl. r ,rt w:-in; ...L
t;N'ia ,)ltr5 E. I
f-..LLTO, BEP,.urDt,
M1:,-h 1i l.3 1
S',ninra ,..' tli" B,. ikele-y Elecatijn,.i S .. i.:ty
InIet Re-I,:,I.--" d T!U-at thi., LomninuttrL, in .-'iare'-
MIl :I knol.,a:.iranv-ut ':f the effotti- put fI'oth iu the
-t le tiP,,r V, ,i'. Dowcldin- ii, e-.tabli-h in
i -, ] .. 'i .' ,'1 lil t i tic li t- i '[tlt.-,ti..,a <.t
-,, p .opl .,l.e it,-t.- ; .,it tl,:,ri,- tb-e : ,.tinr- '' l., 'i,:,rv
: r ,r t'., I..tter i u it'omlehiii hlit ,1 l the :_ t.: 'it
tlik '. 11.1ty and it- pliiiiilaiC. :,anl a iii tile it,.-
I- to,-rvi'-dcd, to and pre-uat'-.l to hin .bv tli .. -
t y. M-. E1. .'. T.jck,.ou, uw.w in Eunl o-. "
IAD[i Eyrm e i!
T'lhi,: HBrri-iter I ili. J. k-ionu, whio f:irwa.'Ird tdhi-
ontmnuniii:ation. adds, ou hLi own-r. * the fiil-
IvwiLg:---In miy huildi ,-opiuti i th,- uojo. t at thic
tl ,-ty i t i-c-ry pit l.:-\irthyon-. At the pri-,t M
tin t. :r.- i u i It :t i.. irn Be.rn u dii w t-i t,- .
-.--. .. i,/ i'aiu olet tin thi Ii. etr. -iaI ui h-" a .ft
,.-.-i, tio.n and an 'U-ort iNu, nr ,-ibii' ittmade to -
t:iI'lii1, -ia.h ait it tit;titi. u, ti,.- ni.:--d ,'-f wlV i.-h is
ITr 1ni .. li t'f-lt.
FTh.', tiunieitte,:. .t th... P.t'rkela-v Educ:,tiiunal'ty *'!,-. sti-rnulhtev. in alddr' vou on thieN
.iil'.. t ti.i.i a knuwvI:dge o.f p:a.t ,:If...rt oun yovuI
p ia t t, ini[i.'',v 0- the .r-dl:.i-tioui l toi.- of thl. pi"
'..t Bermiid.. witih,..ul dlitiUctiin ,f r.irw-, a ; -au..I
th-ey fe,.-l .niifil tc thart t'ft,:r i. n I-.:..i m e aw .i.- it
tha .i. qut intentiri, of th,: S:t.cieti v)...1 will
a.trli]y ri-..-e.p.rJat,.'- with th..m iu it-,i-
,,,-uA." W".(c.. I
B, -.1- .y' gr(- t s elli '- ho-q-i T ---,.- tlihtuu Ii tw
,r ,-,r. ,,11- jii hi'. .,wn hi ul :,i i _:tllry ur in.i-.:
di''., -. ti'c.lnd in unotl-,r's, uioil- ti an thlirtyi v--l-t
,d.. I1- third litt- i- ivm Wt h,.:>-, t..-L.ihiiih.
,, .-.l,;',n d .' ,,l ti'i' ,,, ', ') f ^ t ..(
,.t' /, e / 'be f/.
But I. :-tw:-eu whilee, nu. h a, syi, ptip i.rei-t- with tMii-
lo,.c'l e.-houl ettort will be 6 how'i-ng Chri tiau kinad-
uI-te, to the.r' w-th.., bru-.y upon it. by subasirilinag
to .i -- B-rnmindi Edii taltion Fund "' it, .-'a.,nuL.-tion
wilh thii -'ne"-y, .l t.-lnid- ilu the i.laud. Tio,.,o
I-t...I i,.li-:. Ut Ib a .luiu .,r by oili'-.-, til. i :llot
lhOLI.Ur. ... j.eiitr s v h:i,- n ni.-- app. titr' irn t0 ,. j' r,-
,pep:tl W. ill, perlh ,-., e.t- ,. .''ing,.-, te)o i.m -
munidiii:it with tit iudlt rign.-il. Mli:,Ny pay-ine-ts
diar nt of a;miili-'. i. o:-ity Biu :t kin.Ili aId-
ht--ion ith d-finiti pr., mis'.i n ill gr,:.itly I:i'eoir-
tea-r th:.--,- strigglin4- pu li.-, :tin ia.<,t.n tyi. time-
fii I frl.c-' I i:\ imllIe?.
ThI Bi',h p '. it lt jiria-di:ti.,'n
iu Beniertud.:i li.- :.Ipproveld 'fit tlhe- i tiT-.ti t a "i-al
hl-t1 :t-i:- iati,-ed hiI.r'lf ithit. I tIlink it d --..a -
in of e ul-ip-irt," l.- wi it- -, an.- lier thia rc:te... li
I .'v,' ...i,,iU .l th..- i3crkt-l y ,o. i..-ty." H i- Loi.lluip
ti ther i :e'x' !.Xt r..a! hie:,.,- it will -- :,Ltam ..tI .l1
ill- t iIlp.iLtiij i of t io'- a" 'V ., iv l- ,-n..rl- .I" to thL.
I.i '--e r pre.. ij- t.
A n i.,. i. ttait I:,- i.,. u ..p.-,.il at th.. Old B a.ilk,
,. --.,.t,,t, ~t, in .i m i-,.i.t ,,t thr' B,. riu 't, i E1 E .n .tri, q
F .i. r iowNii, 3r..\.,
"i. ah.idi.:.' irii,'.,t '"-, S-.c',rl-.ieoueL 'h.

F-rom t,, L,!U ,iJtl .ilotcni,/ ('Iro, .l'. Aitst
the ..!:- -wing- g.uti.i, llut. '..iolitii-' tia- i,.w
L I .." i ,..til. u(, were- s\%uln in It lH V ,Hi u.rI
l 1.: 'iltt- ee l n u 4 -., rn-i ait I ,'vilei illl-Lat Il',:'i ,it

.\l.--,., J. '\lhit:., A,) -tie-.n-rril.
-.' r!.'- I'.. -liin I-., Pi':'viL -a,:i. -S-,'.i,;.lt_.irV .

i .. c. .
lit. "\mi!ip't.i
.[ i'j "a ii.
h:iiei.,s F. 31Marri-.ti.
sent rLatiinJ

i. D. I) ^iL[,l..
BAr i- u tj1i) I,- / ,,' ,,,I.
1i;t,,, ',.,, BE, ,.rniti:, 2- J tily'. IS-2.

ILL P,-.r-os a.tviii:,' CLAIMIMS :,gaint. a
Etate of, r'I,_- I I ,.. 'f.t ,r. TjO TN T.
Y ATES. ari:- !h ,.-, is,..l t.., r-.,i.r- t'

On or before the 31st l ist.
Anu.i ill P .rs.,ons ,,'h,., i-i i, !. IDEBTED t,
tb'_ ..'-B]. E-i:t' at ,- ,'- i ,t w i ,,inia tit.- t, iiim !;,
Payirteii. i,'y the a nbov) : .litpt-. .-ii Y-,:'.:i:iihit- iv-
to) init,' 1 lie t*: tl!: d aft>-d Aiugu.,t 3; 1 7itl : -, ,
,lac i:,! in \-,;al hinds toi vollection.

;'. \-Linr.
lfI lih-,,:, Ai,. ['1u5 .-

Onion Seed. Onion


ThAe (in(lesig'nied bes to o[ffr toi
Tetc.if-iier Iie R and Whit.- Onion SEEl.I
A Li,'t of '.:ngagettcnts open at the residel-nce
of the Undierrsigued, .and holders left at. MsAss.
Ti ..,i f- & t.''.x': OCfli., will he includel.a
Hamilt,.,.i, A.ugtust 1,, l ?' .--'! '


NY PER.'ON found TEiP.SSJIN') on
1 bo:..1r the HULKIS
"- Dartiefa l Draper,"

.. .. k. l;'rani,-a Dly ri ," ,,r
,_ i i t.. D u tl'i ml lia
A\tter this noti,'e. will he l unishel uas the law

JOHN S. DARIIELL. 12', it'2.--2

Seeds! Seeds!!

PtIi. f 'irnisliEa anll oldeis till* -n lby
:'-nit:m f..:t.iter'r. i6t.i Front St .:-et,
N'wv York. ,
lT.,.iilton. Aiecn-'t t 31b-, i "S2.--3 in.

JstI. {~-i i. i', tl'oni soIi: of tho
first En. -. l! :*':.' \m!i .:a;- houses,
.1 Fine ds-soi'rItent 9/

sd PiO ieUart &PIfe'
N. iL.-lice Unlldil',irilned b..e to inlfori the
'vqhlic, thIt ih"-- 'e iire pared to futrr'ish theo

iilade H Ber innla; .t exIxceedin-ly L i) \W
1' I IC E '. .

Sp,.."ifc:n tl n :a i ll it wings calln 1.- '. .i-J
nii' F i,- s ut de r, it-iA- .l ht l (j'.0' ,,,i -
...,r,'f. "! .-, H -., .ilh.,. b.-rw. ..:j the oienurs or"
I) lo.), and 2 11,11.. daily.
The lighi ft rt-Jcti-i ra'y r all of the
tenletrs i rs rv~1 .' i :n'1. will i remain
liii,.in I in0 llz h Tenletre :u lI i months after
re:uq.ti:. t.
C. '1..
S'. t" Vl.
04., MMI.s lIAT, I I
Haw!mltoL. oL b ,Tu!)., 43". J "

The -iverpool & .1 ondon
lA. D GLOBE 1',Sll?-
tnce C('omp.any.

r HiE UL:ndersi.ined having been appo,)inlb.-d
Ag,-nts in 1Bermu'da for thr'. bove Corm-
pany (one oi the lc.,,.iing O)fflees in Gratr Bri-
tain IndI of -it; y-vas standing) are prepared to
offer prott_-ti.on against FIRE at .!M'derar
The Annual Relr L .i, cf this Company sub.i-
mittted at the l:i.t ; M-eting in Liver-
podl in Miy'. .tvidenji then declari.d,
with mani L-L iitei.sting' Sttiti ti-cs, the
Ui'tderignei-, will 1.L' plea- dI to show tu any
one wh.., nay apply to them tn their Office.
Hamilton. Beriiudlt, (
14th August, .1i62. )


Office at ICE ilOUSE, East Broadway.

Iqti;: Subsc ibers would respectfully inform
1 the people 'of 1 ilmilton and vicinity that
thvt ai'c no.v prepared io attend to :tll O-rders
t,,r Ice i) a firi, class mn'ir, and at tile reasoni-
btile [,rice ,,1' i'lf--I" '-2 p or p und.
\\'e ili keep .. n-tannti.; oni hand at the New
lec House, E:ist ri,'va'iwy, a .ujiply o l ICE
iltreuthout the year t'>r the heeielit nl' our Cuti-
toimers who aty require lce during -winter
1%y pnimpt altt-ntioun to our customers and
sttiAz attention, to.- our usivueiss, we hope to re-
ceive a ,h-ire 'f iLe Puib'A patronige.e
Ie ct-flii'ered dLil. y .( ir.da.ys exc-pte.! ill
H;miltoln nd vicinity.
N. B.-ICLi ii! L.*:n nfrow 7 a.m. lto
'30) p. m. dily, S'.ii;dys excepted, when it
% ill I r,,e t j IIJ ll 'i"1 t'2 I .
JOHN B. TAHL & (C .,
-.'.e( Broodi'-ay, Ilamiltuoh

J. S. DAIRRELL & CO., June20o, 82.---i

i,,1 Front Street. For Rent,

5Beru-dV.t. a ej a A COTTAGE
S il t u ef* Il o H nilton.
Ma. rot Piire [ in ,oltao'.. Posesion giv, illt. ,,f Aug'ibt.
ATrl to i

Can::i i a'-eI lnl, .111 cirtcuw'' ..,c s witlai
lainger :nttidirt.r all mnp rie.l Ice, wlie
most cases atteer the sys' iin itheiI ie
I r .: a ehi-a.gC a m .riikinii:r ; at -r.
I'The Sub.cri'ier is now pr' to furnish
)t Depot, Burnaby Streei, f'romii P.I,.
*nid delivered i, l intiiilton and Vicini) I'
2a.i to 12 o'clonk-Sundays excepte,.
Price !ialf P'iinny pI r potid.
This being .. home industry I respectful
a c-ntinuance of the Pubhce pa.ronage.
THUS. H lila
tiantltor:, ,ay I, h ': .

(-iHiILD'S JT'w'1r- ,r3Store ii Heed ';:!
--' ir W!ai.,Wrer Watbches ,in gold

Im1ported(1 for a Soc

Just Received at (.. I. H obinson's 1 2 Vry Fine Black Bruoad l
0. 4. Fro:it a'r r'o, I, a f'rosh au ply i[ I
rden S DS Frock Coats,
Va* Iarrdani e \ ll- in-dse, i.itest !n.-'. i ah at)l
[Re1ceild per -tLhr. "' 'iggie" f'-om the bts i ; I- f-i tot 'ni.
Itorbite, a lew Bi -.- Supei.or Quality --
luhicl rity ito ob (,iied di a low rate. 1.2 Dilg0onil Frock Coats, :

II n ill..P. I d i.h, 15ll lus', I.,::.?.

For Sale, Cheap,
A Liht ('atalecle

lA good I, 'de
Appli to ,,<.al G:,z te" Orl;ee.
li ,.,iltii, Auusi 14. 188I ,.--

.. L -I -


a ,"- Hamiltoi, July 2-1. 1SS2.

ih Iee For Sale,

,o 100 Bags BRAN,
Shipped ;i -.vcX-es of ordtr.
i ;.k To covc.r Cost a:id Char.-cs.
-, f iReid tlieet August 14, l.t-"'.*

Tiitr The Proprieto i of the above Hotel
having gonI- to still fi'urthr altetatirins has,
.. ,u' Opened

A Public Billiard Room,
loth And resp'-etfully slik-its a shaL'ue of thte Public
Reid Street. tiamih..,tn, Augusi 14 lo82.

e, and

sit urn

lih e abaie ;' ,:re i'nported by special order, but
the pur-,- hail; .ive the order novk say that
tlihev wait Mi,..rtig uCoate, not Frock U',---
hlii,'n.. c idele i Clear Ot the sa tie at a
Itl, rai, iin tillh' ne'lt ten days, if not sold by that
i '.-- they 'ill H'e re-liipped.
J. H. OBIJ.NSO. 4. CO.,
Thr C!oili.-rs,.
I i .. l;:;poi auui, 417 i',ont Street.
June 27, 1832.

IFor Sale,

I Extra Liglu Top Z


S. '
1 Spring Side 11//, painted
and triliilled 21 O.. Od.

1 Elliptic Spring Ditto;
nearly new .C25 01. Od,
'l'o he scen at
Harness tini Carrihgo E.t- 1 ,trnhr.t.
Hamiltop, August cr",. 188;.

- I'

.~,- tId a:u pm j~5l.
* .4-.



i',tb Hill Li. h Station at eiinuda,. between thIli
i 'h i a.i A i tug 4t 11 -: aira tihe
a a being 246 f'et 1jt base, where the BRgister is
kopt. .

S 2 l Jeneral Remarks.
5*-.- a' ..

:04 08 7A 10,lO 0-0 equally
15 S la1s !Q43 SO 31"?6j()*60 Fine
16 a 2i-5r Ii) ')l:Vi O.(- Cloudy
17 c ,ii I2 o i.070:0-07 Fine
318 sw 3J~r, 83 0-30''6OT7Fine
19 wr.w !1-5 5-2 !3011(':)0-',IFine
202 .w 4!7S, 7s 13001A')0-0 0I1loudy. atormv

Hamilton, ,dugust 22, 18-2.

Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
SFriday, 18th August, 1882.-Puru.ini to adjourn.
sent the H'uuse met.
Presint- riis [Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey.
James Tucker, Recr. Geni.,
G. S. Tucker,
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
The Bill entitled An Act relating to the cur-
rency of certain Gold and Silver Coins in theie Is-
lands," was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Lion. Joseph H. Harvey in the Chal:..
The following amendment was proposed by the
Hon. Cavendish Boyle and unanimously agreed to :
That all the words of Section No. 2, from the
commencement of the said Section down to and in-
cluding the word "diminished," be struck out,
and In place thereof, that the following words be
Inserted ;
"2. A lender of payment of money if made In
`Gold or Silver Coins which have been issued by
Her Majesty's Mint, or which having been issued
*'by ainy Branch Mint in Her Majesty's Colonial
Pt.ksesslons have, under any Proclamtalon of Her
"Majesty, been made current and legal tender in
the United Kingdom, and which Gold or Silver
"Coins have not been called in by any Proclaina-
"tion, and bave not become diminished."
The Commitiee rose.
The Hou'e resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill with the amenC.
meat, which was adopted by the House:
And it was ordered that the said Bill be returned
to the H,'ue of Assembly with a Mevage request-
ing their concurrence in the said ameundment-lbe
-...1 *1 h0 delivered by the Hon. Cavendish
Buy e, a .....;;.:S:
Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of/the House of Assembly ;;
I ams directed by the Legislative Council to ;e-
turn to your Honorable House the Bill entitled
An Act relating to the currency of certain Gold
and Silver Coins in these Islands," and to rcque.t
tMe concurrence of your Honorable Hous? In an
amendment which the Council deem expedient to
be made thereto-a copy of which sm;ndmeat it1
delivered herewith.
Council Chamber,
lSih Augurt, 1882. f
The Bill entitled "An Act for the erection or a
new Government Hlouae," was read the sec-nai
The House went into Committee thereon.
The HIon. E. Harvey In the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without ameni-
The House adopted the Report.
Adjourned to I'uesday next, the 22nd Instant, at
11.30, a.m.


Ahtract of ths Proceedings of tft Honrable
.House of Assembly.
Friday, 18th .August.-Mr. C. Peniston intro-
duced a Bill to provide for the marking of all Vege-
table Produce shipped from these Islands-which
was read a first time.
Mr. Wadson introduced a Bill to provide a Steam
Friry beiwrt-n the Salt Kettle and the Town of
Hamrilton t which was read a first time.
l.'le Sfeaa -,et laid before the House the following
Wleitt liru, r. Berjn. N. Stone, the Dooikeeper
and Mesea.ger of the House:
To flus Honor the Speaker of the Hlion. House of .d-

Being advised that it is necessary for my wife's
health to take her to New Yoic for medical treal-
meiBt ai the end of the present month, and it being
rsqusitie that I abouild acco'npany her, I respect.
:nlly request that I may be graolt(d six weeks leave
of ah.' ace for the above purpose from my duties
aM Doo.rk.eper and Messenger.
1d.h August, 1S82.
Thereupon the Attorney General moved, that Six
weeks have of absence from the 81st Instant be
granted to Mr. Stone the Doorkeeper-which was
agr el to.
l'bs Petition of Wm. O. Dunsoomib. owner of
the Sohr. Meteor," relating to her Quarantine,
was read aid committed.
Mr. Fowlein the Chair.
Mr. WVadon moved that the prayer of the Petl-
tkn be grented-which was negatived.
,;yE 7-Messry.. N J Darrell, A J Frith, A J
llod'tilrn,. W 8 Masters, 8 A Ma.trs, i' A Outer.
i idg,, 't' J WVadson.
Niy 1O--M srs. Speaker, SC Eel!, F .. Cooper,
R.1 Darrell, I'N Dill, R D Fraser, W J Frith,
S B3 tray. W H Hughes, T'P W Mercer, 'C Out-
e.*,.. ,, -, MOudney, W R Pe,), *' Penis-

to, J W t',earninai, J N Smith, T oker, R
"l\..%. W 11 Wilkinson.
'i b' it .- r ,unrm(d.
0: i- ,o, of the Attorney General the rule re-
: ardi,, re n..,tice of tbe -everal readings of Bills
berg slbndri.ed---be Bid to amend theCourt Act,
1I78, Ps read a second time and committed.
Mr: J. Y.- Pearman in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved several amendments
which were agreed to.
The House resumed.
The ( chairman reported the Bill with the amend.
inc a and it was. adopted and ordered to be en-
grossed .
A Mecsage fioia His Excellency the Governor:-
(N Q. '.)
Go,'einor and t.'wnmander.i.a.Chief.
The Govettur hns the honor to Inform the Hon.

ci-able heons.: of As.elIl.iy in aunswe to the Message
or the House dated 314t July lSS2, that he will r:-
comraeu'Id IIo r,e Spcritary .it SLate for War that the
obstruction ltherein eomnplained of may be removed
subjid to rerovrAl beingeffccted attheexpen*q-
of ibo Colony aund subj ci, loanothersuitable build-
ing for the ,iccommaodation of the Military Police
being provided by the Culony.
Publi' Buildings, Hamil'u,,
i7th Auagust, IS,2.
A Message from the Legislative Counil :--
'r. Spearketr m. I Gen:lerwc of the Iouse of As4ae,y;
I anm diiecrted by the Legislative Council to re-
turn to your Honorab;a House the Bill entitled
S, Ai Ac to iiamend and continue tie Schools Aiit,
1;79," and to requiast the concuirrence of your
Honorable House in an amendment which the
lCouncil deem expedient to be made thereto-a
copy of wbich amendment ie delivered herewit.'.
I.ouncil Chamber,
15th August, 1862,. .. ..- ,-
That the 41h clause be struck out and the follow-
Ing inserted as a fourth clause instead thereof:
The fiqt part of the sixth clause of the Schools
Act, 1879, down to the words' living in these Is-
lands Inclusive, is hereby repealed, and it is here.
by enacted that thbe said sixth clause shall be read
as if, instead of the part thereof hereby repealed,
here occurred the word following: -
A School rate of six shillings a quarter shall be
payable b.y tbe father, it living, or if the father be
'not living by the mother, or If she Le married
'again by the Ste'p-father, of every legitimate
chbil',-and by the mother of every illegitmate
cild,or if she he married by the busbaad,-in re-
'spcet of every child being more than six and less
than thirteen years of age living in these Islands."
The Fesolve providing certain requisites for the
Secretary's Office was again committed.
.Mr. S. A. Master in the Chair.
Mr. Wadson moved to strike out of the Resolve
the words at any time prior to the 81st March,
1S83"-which was agreed to.
The Hlouie resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve as amended,
and it was adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
The Resolve for providing Stalionery for the
Secretary and R~civ.. r General's Offices, was read
a 2nd time and Couimlnted.
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
The Attor uey Geueral moved to strike out tLe
words at any time prior to the :31st March, 1888
-which was oared to.
The Houwe resiuaed add adopted the Resolve as
amended, arnd it was ordered to be engrossed.
The Resolve for cormpl-ting the Keeper's Quarters
at St. David's Lights Hoiiue, was read a second
time and coim fitted.
Air. S. A. Masters in the Chair.
The Attorney General maued to strike out the
words, "at any tine prior to lthe 81st March 188.3,"
which was agi eed :o.
The House resumed and adobLed the Resolve
as amended andl it was ordered to be engrossed.
The Bill to provide for the completion of the
Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths, left
Incomplete by the tate tRgistrar General, was read
a second time and comi,' t:ld.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. R.J. P. Dar'ell moved to add the words
4' Randal Ed-in WVebster in '" "''1e, which
he subsequently with leave wia .
The Attorney General moved an amendment
which was agreed to-2nd Clause as amended
agreed to.
The Altoiney General moved the 3rd Clause.
Alr. Cooper wmovd to insert 1i6o words ** the Ac-
counts for these am'e being audiiil and pased by
the Quarterly ComnWittee"- tiehi ho ah eabequently
with leave Withdrew.
The Aito iney Gc ae al mo ved that the blank in
ice Clauee be riiledi up" LWO ihiliOa."
SMr. o,.petr m..v,.l th-at it i,. filled u p oue shil-
ling"-whicL was afitrmed. Ayes 18.- aTsa 2.
', he 3rd .s; a,,.rnded e 5, 7 h S V "Clauses
agreed r. -
Mr. U. J. P. Dirr. II moved to add the name
Randal Eden U",ijer" al tr the word General"
in the tiil,:---fohih was tigit'1d to,
The House ,isume1.
The Chairman irpot ted the Bill with amend-
ments, and it was adopted and ordered to be en.
The Attorney General gave notice of motion 9n
3rd reading ofl egidtratic'n ill to substitu'j -. two
shilliang" for "onoe shiling" In the 4th liae of the
3rd Clause.
Adjourned to Monday next.

h Poday, 21it Aougust."t-he Petition of Samuel S.
Ingham ire younger for infundof Light dues
was read annd committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. S. A. Master mfoeJ that the prayer of the
Petition be grnted-which wal agreed to.
The House resumed and adolited the Resolution
of the Comimittee.
Mr. Masters Introdued a Resolve for refunding
certain Light du. to Mr. lughba, which was read
a first line.
The Petition from Merchbatl, Planters and others
relating o the sub.ildizing of a Steamrn Ship to be
owned by a.Jolnnt St-u C:i.apany inthese, Is-
lands was real and ,e'j.mmit.ed,
Mr. J. W. PearLman in the hair.
Mr. Cooper maovd that tie Pr.ver of the Petiion.
be granted, and that a Bill be brought in toprovir e
a subsidy for a Steam Ship owned in these Islands
by a Joint Stock Urrapany and in all respects ,i(s-
sessing the requiriemsn s sat lor. h i tho said l.ri-
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave toei agairy H
A Message from His zeeilen.vy the Gouvernor:
(No. 10.)
Goovernor and ,.'o.rander.i,-s-.l'ief.
The Governor haa the honor no forn.ard fur the
consideration of the Honourable House of Assem-
bly an application from Mr John C. Trotter, Ch'rk
to the Postmaster &t George,, asking lor an in-
crease of Salary.
Public Buildings. Hamilton, 1
21st Auguir, 18S2. \
A Message from the L gisiativ.i Council;-

Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the Houe of .4 ssebly;
1 am directed by the Legislative Council to re-
turn to your Honorable House the Bill eutiled
"An Act rel-ling to the currency of certain Gold
and Silver Coins in tiese l-iande," and to req :est
the concurrence of your Honorable House in an
amendment which the Council de'n etxpedient to
be made thereto-a copy of ,vhich amendment is
delivered berewihb.
Council Chamber,
18th August, 1S'2. j
That all the words of Se'ticta No. 2, from the
commencement of the said section down to and in-
eluding tte wardl "diminished" be stuck out, aid
In place thereof, that the following words he i,--
set ted:
2. A tn.3er of payment of aiorn.y if in
"Gold or Sifler Coins which have been I by
** Her MMajety's Mlint, or 'whieb hving b'en issue (
* by any Branch Mint in lier M.jis'y's Colonial
'* Possessioos have, noderanv Proclamatidu ofi He:
a Majesty, boen made curr.unt and leg. I tctdc-r ia

.the United Kingdom. and which Gol l or :rlver

"Coinu have not been called 'a by anvy Proclama-
dion, rdi have nut hecoocir': imriishedi."
The [propoe -d amend meat being under c.onsidera"

The Attornfvy General moved th t the amendment
proposed by the Legislative Council be concurred
In and that the Bill be amended' accordingly and
returned to the Couneil with a M! to the effect
that the Huse bre concurred in the propos;.l-
amendraent -whiih was agreed' to.
The Krsolve providing certain requisites for lb
S cretary's Office, wns read a third time and passel.
'l he Kliesoive for providing Stationery for the
Semretaey and Receiver General's Ofimes, was read
a third time end passed.
The Resolve for supplying Blinds and Steps at
the Quarteis of the Light House Keepers at St.
David's, was read a third time and passed.
The Bill entitled "' An Act to provide for the
completion of the Registrations of Births, Marriages
and Deaths left incomplete by the late Registrar
General, Randel Eden Webster," was read a third
time and passed.
The Attorney General gave notice on third read-
ing of Registration Bill to add after Lbe words
one shilling" in the 3rd line of the 3rd clause the
words for the collation, authentication and index-
ing of every Registration made prior to the depar-
ture of the late Registrar General and not authen-
ticated and indexed by him and a fee of two shil-
lings for every Registration."
Adjourned to Friday next,

Orders ;-
Resolve in favor of S. S. Ingham the younger.
Petition of T. L. Outei bridg-.
Council's proposed amendments to School Bill.
Registration Bill, 3rd reading.
Post Office Bill, resumption in Committee.

". None. -
August 16-Schr. Maggie, Darrell, Halifax, N.S.;
60 punchevna rumn, .0 puunheons molauses, 50 ox
hides, portion of inward cargo.
Schr. Meteor, Duncombe, Martinique ; 4-75 cedar
post, 166 empty casks. .
17-Mail Steamer Orinuco, Frater, New York; 9
SLrates bulbi, I lot old junk, I barrel old lead.
Barque Eliza Bares, Hollis, New York,
August, 17--Royal Mail Steamer Beta, Sh,,w, Ja-
maica ; Mails and. genrual car',).-Ageut, J. M.
Hayward, r. -
August 17-Royal M3-il Sve.tmer Beta, Shaw, Hali.
fax; Mail, .t .
In Mail Steamer "Orinoco," on Thursday last,
for New York :-Mr. and Mrs. Pierson, Dr. S. A.
Smith and Mrs. Smith, Miss Mary B. Smith, Mas-
ter S. A. Smith, Miss Stubbs, Mrs. F. Zuill, Messrs.
J. Gilbert Zuill, A. R. Thompson, E. T. Childs,
Ellen Loblein, Ceutis Johnson, Keith F. Smith, A.
T. Butterfield, F. A. Johnsun.-2,nd abin: Richard
Masters, Thos. A. Nugent, John Green, George
Lobleiu, Nicholias De Grilla, L. L. Bascombe. Frau-
cis M. Reed, W. Davis.-Steerage: A. Carlyle.
Per R. M. Steamer "Beta," from Jamaica:-
For .Bermuda-Mr. Jones, 0. Munroe. For Hali-
fax-Mrs. Beekwith, 2 children and nur'e, Mies
Mutsr.nve, Mrs. Murc.y, Mr. Slater, Mr. Morrow.
From Bermuda f,.r Halifax-Mrs. J. N. Wain-
wright and SoL, Mi, ,Tynes, Miss Lostemnore, Miss
LiT-htbuurne, Mrs. Willis and 2 daughters, Messrs.
William Cox, Thomar l 'outhworthi. Lionel P. Os-
borne, Henry M. Hallett, Frank N. 'iolson, Mats- NiLaul.uu and E. B. OuterbridnLe.-24d <.',h.Ar..
Mi-i MBnry Hopkin, Mi-as Agunis I!, Condu,:te-r
C.irroll, wife and 5 children.-Deck : T. L. Deal.
rley-nes, WV Leywood, A. G. Mullet, R.E,.
In the 'ha,''ie for Halifax :-Messrs. Edward
Hill, Hillard Dairell, Howard Smith, W. Walker,
0amueliWalker ind Peter Butterfield.'
The Brigautine Carrie Puringtov, from Friend.
ship, Maine, out ) days, laden with ice, &o., to J.
B. Stahl.& Co., arrived last evening.
The Merchant Steamer that was signalled as in
the S. W. yesterday, passed the Island.
A Barque and Brigantine were signalled as in the
.N. E. at Sunset last evening.
The Brigantine Eda .f. Gieo,'ia, 'voli at auction,
on the Slip, at St. (Ge..rg-o's, on WV uednday law-,
was pure b:.hased by Captain Praeli, of the Italian
Barque G .opp .Ma:!,,i fur .170. The E..H. 7.
is of 3,6 tous burthen, Nova Scotia built ; was on a
voyage from Duboy, ta., bound to Moutevideo,
laden with lumber wheu she struck on the reefs1
nouthweut of these Isla:nds, and knocked her keo'
out.-Th'e E. M. G. is to be sild again on Thurs-
day next.-[See advertisement.]

About 11'15 a.m. on the 14th instant, a very
large *Water-spout was ob-.erved iu the Great
Sound, which lasted fully twenty minutes. It wa-i
immeidiat' foll.:wed ]v a whirl-wiud which, com-
ing froun r- South-w.2t dJire. tion accompanied by a
t'e.irfijl roaring noie-Astruik inti) Boss's Cove,
sinking two ,sal boats at their moorings: then
swept across the .Iu'd teariug up young trees, bushes,
and :.-mn grass ia its progress, and eausiung murih
alarm to the nmany persons in the neighborhood
who witnessed its progress. Great disappointment
was caused to the memLer- of two Clubs who had
met near the Core, tor the purpose of engaging in
an old fi-ahiou preventing them carrying out their whole pro-

To 'he Editor of the Ro/al Gaettes,.
Sia,-Kuowing. tLit raniy of your readers would
like to know the interest some of our Bermudians
abroad are taking in our enterprise, I will add that
shortly after the disaster to our Steam Ship Coma-
maittee, I, not willing for this project to be defeat-
ci, wrote immediately to my Agents in London,
i'zforming them of the steps we intended takiant
and reru sting that they would oea what arrange-
mnent, could be made with the Builders about the
payments, in case we got a liberal subsidy, and
' would raise one-half the money required; To whioh
they replied, that the balance can be raised on mod-
rate iaiterest., by giving security and keeping the
ship insured. I an happy, however, to say that
we have monied people among us that are willing
to advance tho same on se.urity. I will aunnex a

portion of a letter received from Mesars. Robert CU.
ee & Co.
18 Leadenhall Street, London,
27th July, 18S.
George 0. Whitney, Esqr.,
Hamilton, Bermuda.
DA Sm,-Your favour of the 6th instant only
reached us, through the post, yesterday. We are
s-vrry to find that '* owning t,, some of your Com-
mittee not being very popular" you have not met
with the succ.esi you anticipated with the Bermuda
S. S ('o., but we still hope you may be able to float.
the Company with an infine-ntial Court of Directors.
It would be a disastrous thing, for the enthusiasm
thb.a h:,as been aroused to die out, as there is no
dubht iubout "People's Steamer" being the right
thig.. G. LEE & CO.
R. G. LEE & CO.

For the Roiyal Ga:e'tt.
The month of August recalls the celebrated R.-
man Emperor in whose houour it was so named,
when Imperial Rome was at the height of her fame,
so that the terw "Augustan Age' has come to
moan tF period of the greatest perfection in the
particu ,ar matter to which it may be applied. Very
curiously the month of August : r modern ecou-
omy has become one of dignified rest and leisure
from ordinary avocations ; it is a time of holiday
when teacher and stuIdents, dissociating, seek rest
and change in order to return to their studies with
a new vigour both of body and mind. It is a time
when the outside world becomes a more sober reali-
ty, when its scenic beauties are especially canvassed,
and when experience tends to correct theories, and
to lead to the more intelligent conception of the
world of reality in its multifarious shapes and
forms, comprehended in the long vacation it is
the Augustan month of the year par .xcele',,e, andI
we shall not be pronounced faulty in asserting that
it is a month abounding in the most practical in-
struction. It matters not however earnestly know-
ledge may be acquired, its practical importance
remains undemonstrated until brought to the grind-
stone of reality, when, according to the temper of
the metal, an edge of greater or less excellence is
had. Good people it is a vain deception to speak
of idle moments, and to reproach when it is observ-
ed they are being indulged in, for such have no ex-
-istence. The mind is perpetually active and can
only find rest in variety of subject. It is the mo-
notony of daily routine that exhausts the mental
energies and rest in every sense is found in change
of air, scene, and occupation seewning it first sight
a wasteof time and a loss of money its algebraic
equivalent. But in this connection it is well to re-
member DeMorgan's explication of plhis and mines.
for a man who is not mimn'sn is worth plus. It might
be shown in the course of many men's lives that
the slavery of daily round and common task has
absorbed all vital sap, and rendered them pIs in
cash but mmrs in bodily vitality, and worse than
all and most to be deplored mental healthful energy
has succumbed, and both Gou and the world are
found absolutely irreconcilable to the unhappy
subject. The golden moments in men's lives are
not those of severe application, for experience the
rather demonstrates that. they are those calm inter-
vals of delicious repose acquired in a holiday ramble
when new thoughts of the world and new hopes
of Heaven rise up vividly in all freshness of concep-
tion. History has recorded many great successes
founded in intervals of leisure, and frequently
originating in the most trivial circumstances. Our
own particular time gives prominence to the value
of holidays and justly so and August is essentially
a holiday month. When a man thinks that he has
ill spent his time, that he ha- nothing to represe i
it that in fact it has not been, so to speak, capitali-
zed, then mobt frequently he has made his
greatest gain. A change of association has
introduced life in a new phase and ideas have
been corrected and enlarged by this liberal experi-
ence. When a man leaves his shop let him cease
to be shoppy, in proportion as he can be so, will be
his enjoyment of life in its broadest consideration,
The natural tendency in human nature is towards
enjoyment, but the misfortune is that, however
impressed with that notion, men iail to fall into the
lines within which it is contained
The vacation of GOD after the calling into being
this system of matter, and the verdict of behold
they were very good" which the contemplation of
all His works elicited has in it a grandeur hardly
second to the very creation itself. The perpetuity
of the Sabbath in an enduring protest against a sort
of human perpetual motion of mere routine, and
not its least value is the opportunity it perpetually
afford for reflection on some of the finest themes
which can occupy human attention. The value of
a holiday cannot be overestimated, people in gener-
al are accepting it and by a little financial engin-
eering finds means to enjoy it. In England me-
chanics have their annual holidays, and some rari-
ty is picked out for the annual or more frequent
excursions. The immense number of people in their
United Kingdom connmeritally or professionally
employed have th,?ir annual outing, and August is
the most popular month for it. In a few years by
taking fresh ground every s,?ason, thevariety of field
explored becomes lasrg an.1 at a comparatively
small expense. Many holiday rambles may be
turned to wide advantage. The fashionable popula-
tion of London and of large cities have their regu-
lar Summer changes to ,.aside resorts or inland
mountain air draws them, or continental tramps
through Switzerland prove alluring. It has come
to be regarded as a regular article of hygiene to
seek country air, and Augu4t is the month when it
is enigmatically said that London is empty,
having reference to the exodus so general
during this mouth. At the American water-
ing places we find August the month when
they are most crowded and when rate- con-
sequently are the highest. The American love of
travel causes a heavy run of pas'engsr traffic on
the Atlantic und August is the mouth when the
American luxuriates in England or on the Conti-
nent, to gratify a sort of Pilgrim veueraion for the
laud of his forefathers. This reverence for the
countries whence have sprung all that is ennobling
in American -.ivilizstiou produces a most healthy

dollar, and profits are shewu to be more than rho".-:.
which spring from mere financial good luck. The
facilities of travel have only served tu increase its
volume. No Londoner can now live and die with-.
out seeing grass grow. for from its densest parts,
country air may be fr uly breathed and sonim of the
noblest, trees and L, -ubs may be seen even for a
sixpence. The underground railways in London
carrying nearly sixty m lions of people in year
have revolutionizedlife there _= i tended to prolong
it, and so the Railway connections with Scotland
and the Continent have tended to the more enjoy-
ment of August. Sian Sebastian iu August is crowd-
ed with Spaniards visiting the sea sands. Biarritz,
Areachou, Dieppe, &c., draw many thousand French
to their shores, where life in August is. light and
free as the air. Venice is crowded with the ardent
Italians seeking cool breezes from the lagoon, while
at Baden-Baden, Wiesbaden, &c., we shall find in
Augustthe grossly fed German at his Kur-Hans
seeking relict by dietitic regimen and Spa
drinking August might be with us here also au en-
joyable time. At all events in Hamilton it affords
half a holiday a week and boat sailing is the order
of the- day.


1. It is proposed that -a Steamship Company be
formed to be called. "The Bermuda Steamship
Comp any" Limited), to be run between Bermuda
aud New York.
2. To be composed entirely of people residing in
or connected with the country.
3. Shareholders not to be less than 100 or it wil1
not be entitled to the subsidy granted by the coun-
4. Shares to be and no shareholder
allowed to take over .500 within fourteen days
after notice is given in the "Royal Gazette" and
one other principal paper.
65. Any shareholder wishing to dispo; e *:'f any
shares must do so at Public Auction, civiung ten
days clear notice in the "Royal Gazette-" and in
ev-e other principal paper.
6. Voting in all cases in connection with the
Company to be by Ballot.


MR. EDITro.-In your last issue appeared some
very, very, harsh remarks against our'poor farmers
who are the back bone of our country. He sip.k
himself "Caution," when it should have been elf.
Praise, for he shows his true colors. He seems to
be overflowing with revenge-and at the instant he
hears of our noble ship entering the Colonial chan-.
nel, he fires a broadside of his very best metal, de-
termined to prevent her passing through the chan-
nel if possible. Alas! I fear be is too late for our
People's Steamer has a noble crew of 1,000 strong
of our Bermuda's Sons who are willing to fight for
the preservation of their country, and our noble
ship, The City of Hamilton," with her 400 A.p.,
and with good pilotage, after awhile must reach her
harbour, with shouts of welcome. Perhaps he has
been one of the parties to encourage the planting
of sueh large quantities of onions merely for the
sake of supplying the farmer with boxes and fish
guano, when if only one-half of the crop was raised
would be all that is required, and would insure good
paying prices. He goes on to remind them if
they have paid their debts, and if they have got
their property clear of mortgage," these are cer-
tainly very pointed insinuations.
Thee tt I,,.ta. My reason for quoting them are
because I feel assured they are calculated to assist
thi, just cause for which we are fighting. The Peo-
ple's Steamer is the people's rights, and those
rights are,-after the elapse of so many years and
seeing the disastrous effects,-now come forward
with a determination to do away with foreign drain-
age,-should study one's feelings: we know that
honest poverty isno disgrace, (as nearly every person
is aware how the poverty has been brought about,'
by great privation; and we all know there are
merchants in Front street that mortgaged their
property to go into business, and are going to take
shares in their country's boat: and why should
they not ? it is a very sure and casy way to mako
money. If he can take up money at 5 or 6 per cent.
and could invest it in such a safe business as this,
which we have proved year after year, and is evi-
dently paying a dividend of from 20 to 40 per cent.,
I should call him a wise man, as a chance of this
sort is not an every day oocurrence, and knowing
there is no risk, the ship being fully insured. He
wants to know if our people are able to own a
Steamer, and do justice to their other business.
We need not ask if he is immediately connected
with the present line of Steamers, the sound of his
guns tells that. Why he talks as if he had all the
money of the country, and no other person under-
stood working a Steamer but himself. I have always
understood that there are as good fish now in the sea
as have ever been taken out, and I suppose we will
not be prevented getting a Steamer, for the want of a
practical Agent : let us have a trial and see what
can be done, and it is generally known that some of
our friends are quite able to own such a Boatindivi-
i .-ly: but that will not do,we wish her to be owned
generally throughout the country, and oet out of
the country. We know that a greater portion of
our Boat will be owned by our capitalists,but suffi-
itent time will be allotted for the small fish to
come in before the t,:o:ck will be allowed to be
swallowed up by the big ones-this rule being
adopted will secure the strength of the People, and
we need not fear the slightest opposition. We must
admit that some of our Farmers are involved but,
who is to blame ? perhaps this can be answered best
by Catdion. I believe we have a few Merchants in
our midst who would want to put a poor Farmer in
trouble if he took a share in thisBoat, if he was in-
debted to him a few Pounds ; although he knowA
he would be safe and also helping the country ;
but fearing that the Purchaser would make an
easy dollar ; and well I know, at the same time,
that some of those Merchant were undere under mort-
gage for large sums of money on starting of their
present Business. Selfishness is at the bottom of it
all. Caution accuses the Projector of appending a
new scheme to the Petition previousto its beine laid
before the Honorable House, andwhich the petition-
ers knew nothing of. Mr. G. 0. Whitney merely
declares this to be a stretch of the imagination. He
sent forward the 1000 petition-rs names, accompani-
ed by a copy of a letter from Messrs. Lesley & Co., of
Scotland, showing the specification and price of the
intended ship. Mr.W. was informed, some few days
ago by one of the Parties immediately connected in
the 6. P. Co. that he had got up a rather
.:.pen worded Petition, showing a chance for any
Bermuda C6mpany to come forward and claim the
Subsidy as so',,n as it was granted, and said our
Company is going right for it ; as the country is
aware that we know how to manage Steamers. Mr.
W. replied, you will not likely get the Subsidy
without having a large number of shareholders."
He replied, we can do that. Mr. W. told him
that an instrument of writing could go forward
with the People's Petition asking for a prior light.
but it was not done, and that is what Mr. "' Cau-
tion" alludes to.
The writer goes on to say as soon as this contract
expires,. fresh tenders will be called for, and if the
Gulf Port could tender cheaper they would be
bound to have it; he seems to he one of great
power, and has full control of our Public Chest.
Our people are determined to have a little of the
,rtdfal out of our Public Chest, (now in the way of
a change) as outsiders have had the use of the key
long enough. Why cannot our people have 3,000
more a year than the outsiders, when one will be
tho salvation of our country, whlule the other is its
destroyer. Weuld you not expect for a father to
give a larger portion of his fortune to his son than
to a stranger, thia is just our position at present.
Then again, do not all countries vote a sum of
money yearly for encouragement of horticulture,
agriculture, &t., &e., why should we not bo en-
couraged in this great enterprise, which will be the
starting point of our country, and in a few years
our people will have cause to bless our noble egov.
ernor, the Council, and their representatives the
Members of the House of Assembly, for giving a.-
siatance at this momentous crisis. Whatever as-
sistance we are to get must he done quickly, as the
ship has to be built and we do not want her hur.
ried up and finished half-way; there remains just
time enough to have her ou the line when the pre-
sent contract expires. Our writer says, we do not
show what profits are to be made in this business.
The ship's expenses were shown in last Gaetts.
We know the G. P. received over 37,000 from
the country l't year. I will leave it to Mr. "Cau-
tion"' to show the balance-sheet. I would not like
to expose this drainage business any further, for
the outside world to notice and see how we have
been kept in bondage for so many years: yolt
might, almost put it down at 50 per cent. profit, and

chance the ducks. He goes on to say we ought to
be glad for outsiders to run the risk in taking our
freights, but our people would prefer running these
kind of profitable risks; to help their own people,
instead of allowing outsiders to do so. He further
say, if our seamen were worth their salt they would
leave their country and family and go abroad for-a
living : it seems they are not satisfied after eating
the kernel of the nut, but must have the shell as
well. I hope Mr. "Caution" will not expect to
be agent for our People's Steamer, after using this
kind of treatment.

The GiJnt Anmazon, amined Pauline Marian Eliza.
beth Wetde, haii lately made her appearance at. the
Royal A'hamIr.t The-tre, London, in the fairy ex-
tri ragan.:L, B;!AL .andi Byon. Marian was born on
the 31st January, ISa'', at BenkendQrf, Germany,
and has attained the remniarkabhl height of S feet '-
inLhes, and is still growing. Marian is said to be
exquisitely propolrtioned, and as pretty as tall.


THE BURIAL QUSTION FROM A PRES- that. Sir A.'. term of otfl.:e e-xtendt- to three -
WITHOUT WESLEYAN SPEC- I To e of the resoluti-.n d.,-pt-d at the public
T.AOLES. meeting held for th--ab-ve -purip.,.ses .the Hon. George
On poiLuts of public in.ute-re.t, when a mini-ter or Solom.on said:- Wh-n we tak.- into cotinidi-rition Th.
past,..r :f a (ingregtion exprees hti ,r.inion, he what Sir Anthony h, in the directi--n ief-trrt:d
ii g-uerally undert.xod to b- the mouih-pie,:e ,.r t.:, in this re.-,-lutinu ..'.-e that it will be to the
expoerit ..:f hic pf-)p!.--but with all duic remi-ard for be-nefit ,,f the C-lou" f ,r Sir Authony to remain
the honesty of pulpo- of '.lie wo Pre-tbytiain with us fortime timni l,,n.,r He iLs the man to
ininitero.-in Bepirimuda I must ay tht it i- ,q-Ct f' runtin't- tbo developai-.ut. f evertVthi fi us.ful. 11
tr, ,i,.,.',, verdict of their .ijuagreatiuonI to When we are at h:.rue we are sa'omethiny- like the
themselves on the .ide of the nouw:oufoLrmi-st on Baradiains, we think we are pertf-ct, Lut we 600,-
Church Yard queitiou-t,:r the Prtebyterimina i ivlat- ,..i0 ought to be a-hamd of our-elvew. "l1s.n I At
ever the Methodists may fo-.l) have never te- t it *.. loJ'k upo the II'.uultivat',d iuduhtries ,.f tbr- coun-
grievance. .ry I am arhirned and I dou't s.r-- whte- we c-an
The Presbyterians no de-sihe to intrade iu imiiprove ouTselves 3un1le_- ve t-t Governmu-nt aid. Oni
the Epiecupalian burial prouilds, fur, on .-uch -T!- beg-.ed to -upp.rt th'- reimark- of Mu. Mares-
sion, they e-ek rather to .peak words of comfort caux r-gardin'g the Maii Ste-ine-rs from H-tlifax a, .S
an.l warning to the living. which th-e may do bi-ing wholly commenwed throunih the influence of
r-ither in their own appointed Iouse o f God, or Sir Anutony, and h- hoped thit Sir'Anthony would Of V
they may invoke His presence in any hoiu,e; and be induced to remain with us for some time longer
they prefer to consign thpir dead quietly and rever- so that the public works right be thoroughly estab- TRO
e-ntly to rest among their already sleeping fathers. li.hed and impro-ved. The imnprosemeiits already .L
The PreJbyteriau Chur,-.h in Warwick espec-ially, on the roads were a ,-reat bencht to the Colony."
numbers among its dead s':no whose eons and -- I Mar
daughters have gone off ti othor Churches, but, The weathi-r for the past fewdayshas had a very ORI
who, when they lie down to rest aro content to threatening appearance. Th., wind on Sunday
.-ome quietly and in silence to ret tie graves of evetmin went all round thle .-onripa, blowiug
their fathers. Certainly We should feel it a .tiev- strong breeze from the North Vest with uino lit. Casis
ance wero an Episo'opal nmini.ter to intrude in our tl.- rai,. rand eventually ,:-ttl,-d down at North East Valua
Church Yard; and, however beautiful may be the from weich p1,int it continued all vefterdayv. blow- I
-ervice, and the words with which they may '_on- ing rather strong: some fear a ga!L, oth-t-s h,.w- r
sign '* dut to dust," we could not otherwise, than er-f appreliend heavy rain.
feel it. an outrage against our practise, our convic- __
tions and our prejudice.. ,
It is a fishing in troubled waters that cannot po BIRTH, at. St. GeorgCs, on Sunday last, Mrs. a
sibly do any good to the Presbyterian%, for it is O. E. Jen'sen, of a Sos. A
contending for a privilege of which they will make ......., at Spanish Point, Pembroke Parish, on A li
no use if they .gt it. In their own Churchyards, the 19th instant, Mrs. Jairus C. Swan, of a SON. L
and over graves in their own Churchyardm they say 200
not word-so whydsho todoso inotherMChurch- MARRIED. at St. Ann's Church, Southamplon, finish
S To the Wesleyan then,-if they desire the prii- on 15th inst., by the Rvd. Bruce M ckay, MlU
lege,-leave the brunt of the battle. There is no ter of the late YE r. GIorLto Loblein, all south.
sacrifice of Christian principle in leaving them to S" t.
fight their own battles. In my humble opinion the ampton.
present state of affairs tends rather to that Chris-
tian spirit of unity which I imagine should be the DIED, in Smith's Parish, on the 19th iintant.
aim of all denominations. Where their dead desire JofnW GJIRnT PEDRO MOTON, second e.on of Call For
to rest with us, they are buried quietly according Johcnsou, aged 7 months and 2Pt days.
to our prat tice; and where ours desire to rest with
them who surely could objec-t to their few solemn u --- -
How many more crying evils tire waiting to be Dry Goods. Dry Goods.
remedied! It seems to me that it would be just to .
such a case as this that Our Saviour may s.ay, Let *
the dead bury their dead" and rather point us to bh UA ucht 0on1
the living for whom we should exert our energies *9
and our talents. There are some evils in our corn- At 12 o'clock. To
munity against which all denominations might U '
surely preach and act in unison. This space is too Op T e
dcrcumscieihd, however, to enter into the many 2 th lustait,
evils, not did I set off to write a sermon, but let \I t (!I .~ ore of C. ,JONE-', Esq., -
eaph one who reads'this, commune with himself., ii''
his neighbour maybe, and determine the greater A laree Assorlmet r,,.
evil in this community, and try to realize the results -. 7 -7 O |0 "
of a successful and concerted plan of setion by th mpriin every VIr e y ol i ,
ministersof every denomination. C...omprvnX e try V-irle ',oy 0
Must not the preferen,' bU '.riven to anv effort, r%'l "ED )4 S C 'illN l S carg
however feeble, made in bohulf of the living, to this BO i''. and ShiOES Praeli
rather questionable service to the dead, which is Ari- I )res G'jOl'1, &.e., &e., &r. in dis
truly "vanity and vexation of spirit"--vanity it I to Pci
must seem to the dead, and vexation of spirit only A I.S O,
it has certainly hitherto brought to the lin r. 20 -H Ear o POTATOES, Just Ativ.
PRESBYTERIAN. d., .. ...V -.

Paget, August 18th, I1S2.

From the WlVest Indles and Demerara,
Th.:- Royal Mail Steamer Beta. Capt i;u Shaw.
arrived on Thursday morning. ltst, with Mails
from the several I -lands and Denmerara. The Beta
left in the afternoon of the sanw day for Halifax.
By the Beta we haie rv.:eivei our ,-x.ha,nye- fns
from the South.
The de-ath of Cnrmi:imd:dore Edward White, R.N.,
is mentioned as having taken place ou the 4th
instant, at Admiralty House, P,-it Ryal J:mai.:a,
from meningitis, or irJflarA,.tioIu I.I th-: covcrnugs
of the brain. In 48 hours fromra his being take ill
he succumbed to the severity .i" the disea-.e. He
was interred with all naval honors on the following
day. Commodore White only arrived in Jamaica
from England on the 3rd April lost to assume the
duties of his office.
Lieut. F. B. Moysey, C-.nnmauding : H. M. S.
"Contest," .i now pro. tern., Acting Sen-,r Oficer
at Jamaica.
Navigating Lieutenant TIhonIas Edward Butcher
C6pe, R. N., died at the Royal Naval Hospital,
Port Royal, Jamaica, rL.u the '.'th July, of Ft-vi-r.
He was a native of Kent, Euslind. The cause of
death was his untiring attention to his duties, ex-
posing himself both night andday in theirperf,.rin-
BAnLaos.-The Report on crime in the Island
for ISl, has been laid before the House of Assem-
bly. The total number of otfencei reported to the
Police, is 5,321: under the following heads.-
offences against the person 629;: Praedial Larceny
1,134 ; offences against .-roperty other than Praedial
Larceny l,l9; other offenees l,3i63. The actual
average for years is 4,51 !. The average of crime
in the superior Criminal Court, and other Courts
throughout the Island, is I in 1,27:1 or Q'S per cent.
of the entire population, which by the list Census
was 171,860.
Public Health good,.
On the 25th ultimo a pablie dinner was given at
the Artillery Barracks St. Anus, by S5 of the leading
gentlemen of the Island, to thie Ionorable Walter
Heley.Hutchinson, Colonial Secretary, who was
going to England on leave of absence. Covets
were laid for 100 perso,..
The guests included--His Excellency the Gover-
nor, who was accompanied by his Private Secretary,
the Honourable J. W. Fortescue: Colonel Justice,
O.M.G., and the Heads of the Military Depart.
ments at St. Ann's, the United States Consul, &c.
After a number of interesting Speeches, Mr.
Phillips concluded a long and highly complimentary
oration to the Colonial Secretary in these words:-
"As the learned Attorney General had told them,
in his able and eloquent speech, the Co,,, nial Sec-
retary, by his urbanity of mannier, hi' tat and
judgment, him honesty aind integrity, his .ansider-
ation for the feeling% of oth:is, no less than by his
education and ability, had won for himself the
esteem and confidence of the community; and he
(Mr. Phillips,) as one who ha d the pleasure of
sitting with him in the llouse of Assembly, was
glad to have this opportunity of bearing testimony,
on behalf of the House, to his services to the coun-
try as a member of the Legi-lature. (Cheers.) It
was his most earnest wibh-and he was sure they
all joined him in that %"h--that (.n 11 b eturn to
his own country, the Colonitd Secretary would
realise all the pleasure which he anticipated from
a reunion with his own people, and that the gov-
ernment. would see their way to rewarding him
for the service which he had rendered the Mother
Country in filling the high station which he occa.
pied here with so much credit to himself, and eo
much benefit to the commuLity. (Loud cheers i
The company then separated.
A highly compUlientai vv Addx-re was presented
to Hia Excellency Sir Ainthony 3v ugrae-, on h-;
recent return to his Oovernmen't after a .-hort vioit
to the United StIt,s of America: and nt, the same
time, Sir Anthony was asked to forward a petition
to the Secretary of State for thu Colonies asking

B., W. WALKER & CO.,
A.4uctionert -.
la.milton, A ; 2", IS'2.

SSt. G(


T7nderaigiied has been kindly favoused
with Inu-tructious to S.ll

Thursday, the 24th
Aug., lustant, at. 1- Noon:
the Stores of the Hon. A. J.
his Wharf in the Town of St. George,
uindry ARTICLES,
buried Uses, the Remainder of his Business
Mahogany PLANK, 2 inches thick and
well cured
ble SLAB, (large) 201) Hickoty POLES
ND-STONE, 3 ft. diameter, in frame,
&c.. &c.
iblr- Office FURNITURE, evmprising
Doublo-cntte Desks (mahogany) with
ack and drawers. Oak Writing Table
with Drawers, Pigeon-holesi aind Cup-
boardi.Writing Tables (Plain, Mahogany,
md Solid Bermuda Cedar) Chairs, Desk-
tools CUPBOARDS, &c., &c., &..
no? Wrought. Iton CHEST, with se-mb
ottoi u
lickory Cooping POLES.
e will be continued following day it not
ed first day.ROBE TS,
eorge's, 17th Aug., 1882.
Colonist copy once.
Benefit of Owners, Underwri
tis and all Concerned,

NT E"NTEP.0'S *7AT.r,
-m1orrowx, Wednesday,
t'he 2:rd instant, at !1 o'clock, a.m.,
Alouit. 220 Cases Relined

Ssame- b, ing the damage .l portion of the
ex Italian Bark Giuseppe Mazzini,"
i, Master, which Vessel put into this port
tress on a voyage from New York bound
aang, and sold as above.
eorge's, Bermuda, Aug-%et-22, let-.

lnai tongg (3aie-ssai and I 1am directed by th- Directors of
ConulaI.'ci I the St George's Marine Slip
A AD 3 olnpl, [o Se11,
A C A D E M Y. By Public Auction,
MR. A. M. OUDNEY will R:-open the above
Acfdemy (IN MONDAY, tb -ith Sptember, O H Ui S I AY
at 9 o':.lock, %.m. A 5

A few more Pupils can be accoiinodi.ted.
Mr. 0. takes this ol.portuiity of thanking
theu Public for the liberal patronage his Aca-
deiny has received during manyy ,yeit
and] hopes by strict attention to the duties of
bis profession, to continue to merit their con-
fidence and support.

August 21st, 1,42.-2

Between the l Town of Halmiltoln
and Prospect Camp, and within tr'n
minutes walk of the latter,
A Comfortable

recently put in thorough Order with a very
productive little Garden attached.
Please apply at the Royal Gazette" Office
for further particulars.
Hamilton, Aug. '21. 1862.

HE assurtiiinent of Silver Jewelry, consisting
of Broo.-hes and Ear Ringe, Bracelets,
English aud Cooley angles, Lockets. Nick-
els. Studs, Slieve BButtons, and Vest Chains.
&12., at Child's. Was never more? coumpletc.


O prevent any misconstruction obtaining
-through my advertisement in reference to
Bills outstanding for Goods had from my
Store, I deem it advisable to State definitely
that the samw- has no reference directly or in-
directly to any person except those owiug for
Hamilton., August 21st. 18S2.

1,01' Rod,
Those celt rally situated P
in the Town of Hamilton, formerly
as the
Methodist School 1
At present used as a Tempeiance
Poas-sssion given in O-tober next.
Further information to be had of
Homilton, August 7, 'i$2.- !"


To the Harness MAking Businuess by the Tn-
d. :signr.i.
11id'St., near Post, OJitj.'e.
Hamilton, August 22nd, 1882.

24th August, IS-2, st 12 o'clock,
S I0 VT Brigt. -

'(hna if. G. e/or'YY
As h-' n')w lies on the St. Geore.o's Maiine.
Slip, with Boats, Spars, Sails and all Materials.
Particulars will be made known on day of
:Sale as to t-rms on which the YVesel may ie-
j main nus the Slip for repairs, or can ,&b obtain
Od previoutisly from the Secretary, G. TUDOR
St. George's, Bermuda, August 21, 1S2.
Colonist copy.


Hamilton, August 1-I, 1.82.--' 3 p.

SW\V(LD resp,,ctfull' yi qu.-t a SrTL'.l.
.1 MENT orall tILLS vices to I)ecen,bcr 31st, 1S1il, b) the end ol"
this present Monlh.
D. V. S.
Reid Street, Hamilton,
Augutst 21, 188-2 -2 3 p. (



having taken the Store lately oc-
cupied by Mr. Wm. Ingham, opposite their
Boot and Shoe Store, are prepared to supply
re(inis the Public with

oo) At the Lowest pcessible pr-ices.
l l West Reid St., Hamilton.
August '2, 18S2.-3


\W anted to Pasture.

Thr Undersignm l will take three or four Cows
to Pasture.
Persons having them, wishing to put them out.
as above, will please address
West Wal-rvick.
Warwick, August 21,- 1802.-2

A Grand Entertainment

'24th Instant.

lec- C'iaa'aazi. a oLh-r refrashiicnt-.
For the purpos.:-.s of a Sebool.
ESM nii jattendaiics-.
("oui'uence at 11) oaiu. 10 i- ~ Dp.m.
The- 'taud will be i.i-n vii-%v of the Boat lltact-.
Tucki-i's Tovin. August 21, 181

ffuiniitoii Aniate tir

I ing y CUL UB.

first General REGTI'A, under the
lar~ialilaa sIi rbour,
On friday, the ist Sept.
CUIP RACE-f--or Wl~ipey; bona fide the pr&,-
pe;t or Nilemltitrs o.f the Clab, to be sailed by
Ausal81eurd oiuly and to be '-t-ered by a 31c-rbei
(-f tile club 'I
-2.%) C kG -First Cl:iss Dingeys. Opcii ti

tall Coilscrk.
In liha Pior't, Race-, there livillf 13ta firit. astis
iiecond prize~; the third Bout to sa; ventrantce
Lntrin~ee Fees 11, or@turell Bootl. Any per.
scil e ~terizig I Boat uiust vomatiibuta at lea -t 4-
tothe ?' ubzlvipt icn Liar.
The Fitmt Rave to ,eoinmfllce it 12 lutoo..
130k il hesI'er-r..( ll l"tIIIbuthasiSaitirda.Ll
Person~i'-S Rig u~.ttawill plit160 ovtnd the
Name anti disliisgui~ithiug Color together with
Entomea P Fer. wI I I
W.M. FRIJ'ij,
,ec.ietfir3'of sailirsc'Commn~ittee.

Not I*ce.ll


Sporting yRegatta,
Opeli tWall Coniers,
To take pIaCe Oil
Friday, September 1st,
At 12 o'c-lock, norow,
At Somerset Bridge.
The 11.5ce will vo.ta--t of bit and 2nd Class
I 'le 714ttl dY:,%%'Il Boats y- fil.kd.
Tl.. Pomurtli a c,:stes-ed sis-oared Lij ll.*u-e
e, el~eoij tlj .Nurdi tAa !msd aiottth Enid crews of
~ L- t~~a I lFe"-, for eo l 13- 1 t1W N'o I11111t is
1)Falmeins ~ilis. (Iwtiur or fProprieior
~lilsubseri'~c 3;' lo h.ruod
.5.1 I 'sas to h~e enturp d i, OlIe '2'-ih A t ist,
;af sol I-r-iot itri tge, ri f nd .,'lle r-e-1 by t i ,
The h oi-' d patromise c~l' theI'esb~ic ;A.E ti.-nra
'~iu c~ur friends ave snhsejt'd to a.d ub iin Carry.
-Ut.1 tiv;do '.~ s apuit.
11. ND of 'iiuzlio vil I b, ill itt end an o..
il uti~cr IpaitlclareS -applv toW J. ITiCKEi; 1
wh-lo hIa~ s be II a:' ;intcsl to r*eeive a aly amroulst
%%hich miIyj1!-L- or i1)
Auguu, 21, .5.- ____


9BUR CH 1%& "WoH I T E
Having Ope.ecd a

R Boot and Sshoe

Earmt,3v solic't a share ot the Public patron-

By Lust Steu:msie-,
PORK Ot TONGUES, &c., &e.
E. st I'roadwMy & Victoria zta,
August 21, !i8o.

To be Sold Cheap.

An ORGAIAN, newt
- To be seen at the Stor(s of MEar.s. B. W.
,'. BUI'7t IELD 1 1 .SO- A.
Hamilton, August IN, l1 .--2 3 p.
PIANOS tind Organs sold on the Instalment.
Plan at E. T'. Child's.


Inland Mail Contract
Between Hamilton and Mangrove

TENDERS are invited for the above Ocn-
tract to counmence on the 17th day of Oc-
tober, 1SS2, uniavr the provision.- of the. Post
Office Acts and Regulations of the Governor
anl Counnil, now or lhereaiter 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 Poat Office at Mangrove Bay.
Col,'nial Postumaster.
Colonial Post Office, Hamilton, 1 :.
7th August, 1-:2. )


r|TENDE'HS will be received at the
Noou of
AUGUST 31sT, 1882,
For the execution of the following Works,
1.-Renewing Roof of Tank.
2.--.enewing Main Gati.

1.-Renewing Flag Staff.

I.-Providing Cement Apron at base of Tower.
Specinecations and Plans may be seen and
Forms of Tender obtained on application at
the Above Office, dally, between the honrs of
i0 a.m. and 12 noon.
The BOARD Of WORKS do not bind them-
selves to accept the lowest or any Tender.
J. H. M. RAE,
Colonial Surveyor.
Hamilton, '

Early Rose Pota-

ThbI Undersigned offer for Sale ex S. S. 0iino-
109 Barrels Earlb, Rse -

i I ', r'. Oe 'unrhli"11.
J T 1). -R'EL,/ ,.
A W i.S .
H] '..:t.-.l, Br,, stia, \ltg.,:i !.5,, ".


The Subseriber Offers the
lobnv (i)a- ni :--
B3'. and I ins Kerosane OIL
Tini, -trl II I L,
[, own ini;r lut ,on-- id i .; 'pir-
eiha-e a.jy of the spst .oiai tuff
.'sold at St. Geoig-'s.]
Bright Muslevado .-UG \fE
Granulated SUGAR
Crushed )1l 'TO
Ba,; R IC E &e,, &e., &e.
Mutsciv:sdo Sugar and lice -old in Liti on
easy ar.d accommndatiug 'Terms.
Ilamillon, Aug., 21, 1882'.-3.

III' RMIUl Ali',s (
By His Ejcellntcy Liut.-General T.
L. -J. GA I, L I E Y, 1{. E.,
G(-w' inor, Commandei -in Chief,
Vice Adinldtal and jOdinarg, in
and over thete sluwiins, 4-c., ,c.,

Si-.ILA \VW, has praned fur AdJninitlration on
the K.taste ofJOIIN Silit I.AW, late of .':andys
I'ariilh in these Islands, Boher Maker, deceased.
This is therefore t i gi e notice, that if a;ny
Person or 'ersons can s.Pew any ju-t (:.';.n hy
the said -\d!tinstration should nt h. g'r-iited
umtothe said ROSiK'lN.A MARY I,.,'NCIIE
SHII L\ W, he, alshe, .or they, are to file his,
her, or their Caveat in wri'in., in the Setre-
tary's Otlice of these Ishilads within Fifteen days
from tho |>nllication lherci'f, otherwise tlhe said
Admlinistration wii! be granted accordingly.
Colonial Secretary.
Dated at the Secretarv's Oflice, I
this !ith day of Auguist, IS.~2. 2 p

POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 19th August, 132.
Geo Alden, Joiao S de Amaral, J E Bouner, Mar-
tha Baird, inabella Battertield, T B Beau, Samuel
Burchal, Sehr 4'olden City, Brig Mary (Classen,
Eisaabeth Darrell, Brig Dauphine. Caetano Domin-
go, Antounio J de Freitos, John W Gried, James
Graut, Geo A Harley, A Jmnes, Thomas Lloyd, B
Muason, F W Marhall. Jano Outerbridge, Adora
Outerbridge. Theudosia Outetbridge, Henry ti
Paekwood, Brigne Aubrey Peak, John Stephensou.
Caetano de Noares, A S Smith. C T Simmos, Ci-M
E Scott, Bella Smith, J T Smith. Beni W Smith.

Autony Smith, Thos Walulmu, deurietia \Vi!son.
FICE ST. GEOIGE', 21st Aui ust, lt.i:
Regeiua Dears, L izi Frind. Edward Goddard,
Brque "Gay H-ead,' : lKia!l. Barqu ,iinde."
Wi;l-am Nea:oin. i:uitn 'Smilh, Mrs'Trivers
(Coope,'a Islaad), Lydia Tucker, Sihr, '* William



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of the lb-traval of the Je-ignu t the E:-h ;- .-
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'irigiri., who i-s 1 : 1i to --li t. *'.r- 'in. ,i-. n i-;., to Ft -
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me-?t the Brit;-h Go-erLrta-v t iLn itls .n.-aa.-.r.i i.,'i
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o waio -. IT i ii,- t i.nhited wheilh .r he a-lur.A .
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Itt'as .Ld:rteit:iie -aerytu tinfl n:, nuI t-l uifite o, iv-
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iitl la w altm ou to lL.L a iia r ;'i-cna -jet-st pi H .1 -Leudal
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mt-iit-c with wlaii.l a v- it rnii.j-:iritau of the Aii>?ricai
f-e A:' h\i- w % I lie intaia ic-Lun jintr.'gia-.. m:A (Ie't Ii% nami'e
mi..tI V i yits niil-t. Tlie r-".aiL r. ali i-.' iu i'ii tl:n-
il gimna.tii. i .A;>- i1 a A 1i1iii,: in .1 jA IiH o(.9i-a)
fail '.xcrr-i't.Cnt.. Pi-. .viL i .d ten t uLl h it t jutili- i f be
uf a kia d ituat,'r t, It iL to.h i bu iti- t il .i Arri .ii.
I mii a .piniioun, i a w ie conutent:,d t. let it .l-le. W itt.
Etul,!ikn.a'u pulai.:- r piti n, i all i.t -a ..ii.Aia.-
.in i-'-lia:uli i ._n ti. -r t. i, ..i .:I ILIAn .ii-n" l ica i aaU :. i

ihi _r'hia ,t ,t hn fila fthl' _i-rh:g', il o .t-, .a- rod
ua'ii P1liiiacl-L .l a .-rat mp.iii'. at;u thaI th-' ..i n: -

ti'aL.. 'i a.> It al u -.tiC i'n i ao ,ra3 iii 'd. .,h-
aitito a-N-ie .l t Ir- 'a ia.: -l a ,- 'ii niL it i 1-. .t A.iaiea--
a it la pu, l;'' [' ii..,tn in i s ]-,i,. ,,,.u,-_ \\t; I .I it a0
n rl e l:'''.ia-, i !i] l En-l ai,:,.'l i.i,,,r La i_ .- In t r_ I,,,t" ah,

r inutiilo4n w i It-inu --' i.t ia'L .i a oa a iafe-u;l
lI .i'1 n ,uI I ..,t t-. -. a i 'I \n.'; t. o!i il-It lin .tOin
th i i.lei, I- puba r oil,' i. t l c L, a' -i'i i, t.iii a
iudin-e ..iiuai, h nL-l' d..iIrt an ..i." i, i'. I't *uniliat ;-m iit

ti-Li? I. 'a i''! ~ l t r.- ,Ul .= JH i, ar'!'a I Si,'.,d a!,'. .i7a i
p ih I'h .: t ot-. a i.:.T ii:.i i .',1.r: 'i w. U hunt,..' -.,. .

1t 'it.'d.Stai- t-u,. lt- ,. r i-,ementa ti thea dynac ite
u-_lh .1 l tr a ii,. Pi'i i I -t.i ou ia. iJh.. m ii, .an peo-'m
\\1 ala .t.,i ,L- h[i if l t ;ill ,- tiuii .:- l aug .,x L,-.
at n tiai'jn,' I ilaui .O i .-,,uiqni'i t ai -1I a k i.n ,ra ni'A
ti: a-i't itt f ti c Ui'. ilital lmt... >t i i'iwi d ii n i n

onl lt-o.i iii' lUl.i:- ujli.iui.i 1.ti 'a y n thou \wiMii.'.i ,as
gout- .i i.-t 3 ty in' ,'i:, rl I..t i t, e. t-:. i-2,krf. slf. a, ft,'i.

Ia.s .,'ighthl, t i ...Uh ',,-!', U t I' ai. -:i diL rad thl a fi public
olinLia.maL w'hi'i nI oily ilniioull .laid 't s!e,-', rind di,cti
huot 1ntC putl'i it I Ia .riLuct: r, ri-iAt. iiiiplit- .i n,'tioial
abldJi..ati..ii of duty. To. di--. i. ." hat it- h,'a.italitr
i- being ial.'i-,i.d for thl. pi.'tiii a n i(, whi.l..-? ,l ;-
miiulldti uan..1 i ic i e the ti.-.w ia l:iYv a.'. *A, ,Ti -.i
.-.usati .in i- ,tlu..-Atiiun iat!y ls ti:d ,.,i'.,is Iil',r
ilati-i n a ta t i- tar iu hvit.i-iil t... ,--'i VL all i-iNV -
pathy and -t'.-:tion for the hop.rt .,,:- tf -. worl-old of

it.l itito in IH milt

al f .. ,-:' .
..n I AL 'IW-. lli .
ii 'i "L n iIv r '." l *'i
- i. : t.. ,I. in, iiE .

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".n..' Th,. Lan, L ute p,-' d y th.:,
.ii'it .:y xu,:,. w ;, n i iite l. i a
1ne lli g" I u t |', i.>dk w':.: A

f:j i.'.) U MDAll.ETO

FickedI Up1)
A .i t,1 *- ( .'e to l i,,-

_A (old Sl eeve Butt'

.'; "i' i il' .-1, L' I
,- -'ii I' I ti %' ,
il' .I ..- -... l,. -'-

o kSae i,

Lil COMPLET'E. Pi.; ,inly .
l- iiui-teti.r '. Diuini 1-5 ib.hes.
l. p:ly i,:,

QielIn ti c-a t, ALvtition IOOLi, i
'3th A'.,';, 1,,*.

Liverpool, QuIeenislown-, Lo1ndonI,
and Ne.w -'ork.
E' yPTi'. TIHE teen, DENMARK,.
Theb Sl'EA.:i.HIP.- of thin lin,:- comul.isc
TWELVE .-f t lr,-. h -teanin-, ., ,-lndiniig
t'' .. ( ipaiin in t!-e Atlinitic- s:r vi.--- .,-'.'-
in_ t.- port '1 N.w, York. TI]-y I ehuilt i -
aii t ly of i r-: ;iiial ',:-:l. .-s .-jit thle m eini lv '.i--
corative pot t ,. are diviild into w-tti -tiibht
.ani fire p'. : ot ,inipirti-.aents, ndl provided
with e'ver-rtia' <-:a cul1.-ted to :,ld t .!!,, ;,
s.tfety, a .i [.lt thte ci comfort anid c.nvenicen.e- *:,t
I., ssri-nger.. -'ih- ..iltoon.- and .-atl:.-romis l.di
ovi th.,i- inlli -:k'. r'- minisuallv large, ligh:.
aii.l airy. 'h,:: tabll- and general apljoint-
in.-nts .:,munl:are favourat'ly with the best hotel.;
iii El.i land.
On (A.' the:. -, .,teameiia-s will! ,ail it ,in N-ewv
Y'rk e .riy ','atiurdt ay. for QUt-teenst- n .,i .l
Li v-i pai a i l, .n l-eklI-y i or II :,ln,:1.n dii I:,-%-t. ir,,i
-,'e P -.r :. Noa th iv-:, l. Rat-e.i c i :,:t ss
iti u.tri'el. y -aT Qtu':-,tsto:wn -ld Liveipoo,.
t" f .:, .J 'f-', Londni '. ie 't I Y. -t<-.ii:i D.,--k-,

.l. '. '. I l u -en y. F ir ftIu tht(r
i.-.,vtr':'ihl-, .' 1ly t. thie Company's Ofli:i'es,
N,_-,. ,il,, 73 :ii.l. 7'1 Broadway. New Yoik.
Nevw York, Janiuary 'r*., 1 2

twa werrT Plantts

LC t'saOli.-'OiS at 0s ,,t'-)llttait ,-

Ot tht vet v b,.r kii.'i.:; for Be.uitudian cultivit.
tion, fl. i llti-t .'.-, o ri in frlu- it for th-,
N -w Yor k Marl-t, willl plet-e lI-ave their 0 -
hil-s at th,- (If-i:. of tilI.-, 23 Front
str-et i, U t.tir[.!.
The Plant- wi:l be specially selected.
Ti.'.'ram exceeedinaly mode-rrate
None will t' -.. nt t iexct-epting' thlcs. ,a-
Hanmilt.... June 27, !s'2

:, V ATE 1-O T E L.

JI l i -, h ,\' it i n ,1 ,- I a .r-
l ,., l i: I I : g ,' ,-.
i .. ,"'.ii ':lt ,d i n J .1 i ,t .' 'I
: '. ,i .', le r 1.hl l : i '. .. ., .;.
I f't i f. l.,d' i- t a -li -,.i- :1 *
Reid tn',.', HriIuwltiin, }.
Ji;i 1C2, I'.S. .
[s --- -i.-- -
V tso,(Vi if- 811

Th .-

'a -
dra i'~t5 .ailal -i -
-a tI a-.. -rd--i, 'fIll -
''ii '-~: t -

Itm~ iI4~

a -
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J. 'il- ". 2.-d ,"
""r r J

.. A B1 -('>VN
1mm .

o- l N HARL\-'-Pri-'a Arib.'ila A vtw.,,od'-i
on- E.-. T E S. Will. Orerdld the it
Cornitelr o/ iI (id S., 'July. '18, in the Mattier f the iT -hes the -h','a
[h, -1 t A ,- -. Ih e -iJ t' El a t, .,,Iat. eith tl in if t I la r
S- .. n i .- "- ,A 4 f

,o 11. .-I .L 1 I
'- i .. '..,,on L f C -4 L ii. ', -'? ',*-- .. .. .. .. ', .. .... ... .
Do D Blue beenti irecte ivl,3tlier Johun Jearouns ever had '
T 0 Daighter urnin:d Jane ki.I'Oi, and if he had such a
ish. :'.1 d :-.--La. .l '- E'- Dautghier whether bhe bad an y nd what children 1:,
I ... "ali -i i.,l '" !ilk I' .'J amnd % .,i. !i I**- child or' isisia of a deceased ciild living fat th dv-
eNly 1 i cea.e tiif bhe said Testatrix. that it to "a8y, vi the q9t!
.1b't G1ent,.' Colhied rk.l whitet e 110-1IiHY February, l?75, and whether aniy and which ot suirb
S ''l' .'d Yu i asi,' ItI;! -i.'l.. ,i) ,' .tvyle ehildrent or issue are or now fivin.g, and whi-th.'-
(u- D1 .ind Youhll. Black and Colored ,'ilk anyaud.w h ,. ,ueb children attained the ige ot
th's BO\V S Iwenty-oue years. ir what were or are the re.?pee'-
nthe (;"nts anai Youthl Co!ored sIll'TS live agei of such ehildreu or -bhild. No)w pursuaut
S e I--, o the o taid order bthe person or persoimk claiming
a)ply : -7Colg es. Caslh at-le-, B'uqie's. Ji" '1y respectively ti be heb JANE HARRIS. her ebild-
'lub and O)aliEa'. re or ebild, or issue of a. decenasJ ebild living orn
N. i.,..iloii. Augut I, 19 '82. the 9th February. V157 are br thiir "or
beor- the 31st January 1883, to come in and prove.
N T I CE. their Claims at the Chambereol fthe H[.u. Mr. Justice
f 1 .. /jj.. iFry at No. 1-2 Staple Inn, Holbotu, Middlesex.
---- England, or in dethiult theatel thbe. ill tm poretup-
S';I. .ierigne'lI h J s It.- :ied i trinly a xehidA. :d hfr;in th e i.entflt oi th', sai, Order.
EW Y ilK per -. "* il NOCt," Wedrneisday the 7th Februal), 18S3. at Uo,:,u, at tthr
S, pid iCbnmuaers i appoiutd t.r hearime adi a(djodi-.
:_..E [-S [i B-*-'a'p or'ir.z rpl" th? c'l;im ..'-. From tie -ilene e 'd-
ri.l101n. lha dJ *t- npl t-al ie i l -te
'.'. .. ... ,.". ,i -. ".--, ,'f. .f ; ii,.,iTu, Iht'lig nii L ti t it i b.-ii toi i.-,"
X .'L._ ",Il 41.41,
S. -.'h, a t.I llt,.i th :ie J. ane lar i wi t to thie -
J. L'.\t -iin a ipi Ot,',-. '.c, on:u ir, which hvir husband had beei traisportl'i,
----- i % ith he viow ofi again joi-iniug him o thi.p rhla'..
S le Sil/ 1has lhe Best Dated the 6th Jay of July, I1S2,.
rp!' i.Oi FCIL JOFFPEE & .111IIK ALFRED RAWLINSON, Chiel ('C-rk,
r E (..Ot' i 11i.K Bediurd Row. Luundon, W.C., Agents hor A
I E Ar >'H, o..I\' TE ni;tha.i the Milk, R. Hudson, ol Pershore. Worcestershire, Eaug
1. \'id Li Scetlion of Finely Flavored BhCUII'TS land, Petitioners, Solicitors.
-=ULrh as Vanilla Bars, Lemon, Tea Mixed, -- -
l:Lace3 MA,:.i, Ginger, lIon, Bon, Fuilt, Eggs, I ProleCtlion ;M s t I -IR E
Juli',nla., .a.i c. (aiher lkinds-fresh 1bw every AT 'THIF. ti i' '1.(0DEt .A 'l S, I iV 1
; Sta,,e. C,,i i-. jbtA ailed l'tro iii- t
&''. &e.. &,'. I !uH(/'.Vi_\ I 7VS iR'C CO "/v .M
-- JOHNV B iaRI 'TT, ;*/ J ',-,

_'. o't .ru[t I i '. t a .t .

Re[oroval of' l3arberin1

E J1tablishment
NO. 47
'rom Qteen. to F'ont ,/h'.ee, Up-
.m ?if r .Ym. -17.

""-ilE utider.-igttedl in thanking
the Pu .li, ;ati'.! I, lr ini;,bitantiis enerall
Ifa '.. lle' pal ,a'g tlievy have exte'.-ie.i
io I in. ii -t'a s atric-t .ilienlion it IU -
!--s -t !,.- J' ;.: .' < i-' l l i.i .11 EN I FI'. aln
S. tl,:' ..v '.- .., ,i.r-ln t a tF ,-'ll-
iaitll ,'i ',"-i- [I) .* 'lll 7 ",
i .:ri.',,;. J ul : ly h.[ I "' ;. .



United .Sle-. ,latii S'teaimer.,.

CALLi:a AT 71% -t:l 'TOWN,

'Y,nl'C;, TF',sda'.' July I i. at 2-00 p.Wm.
x"I i1iZ \ a IS, it ; :"11 ni.i .
P' .. -5, :, noon.
i'. I. N,.;" :,- iN "t ',;u t I, U-0' a ilD.
1. A ". a, 1. ill I 30 ,.lb.
Y 1'. i]lN(; 15, ;it 6-00 .m.i.
AIt IZ \ ait o10 ..I,
i t.' *,'ii.ivy 1t'- li i l't- -anti b'.lm l; '\la'-t.-3 l'. loa '
l .. -'':. ha e W'f i'eilivd lt hallkh b1m. .il
*,nri '! c. -lerle i,''. lif e -,, S ii ;Oji i ,i a .41, \ -
-ia i ea 'Tper '"ia o .l a :,. ,* n. .,lti.I,,.,- :Iim i i -
!rpu1%m;-. ,Jd i-by a ., t iilie uai- ,:i -. 'iiJ '1Q'
'-:;:,i- 8i-'..a- ,a, iini ai.iai de..', -.[eianl ini o tn '.-'
ai ycra i1i,'- -wsteul!, Liat ,. i t ,. .il..' !:1
iItnI tImiVr l, p.-.. 'f0'/ .1,) N; ,i at ft a~1- lithI .
1 .iai i-,nuka i ooil, t'lP i iu il,. aid -i ria.noi 11
e.t-Ih Steatmer.
[hl .. i. S ,i:ul i u.; .; 'i e: **" )(iii .*.>" liorn
i '..i,- "i ., liiU .!'-,... -, en :ra-il3 ; :ri\ i. at iP- -* i
't1 !.. '1i !< !, .bl, (, .1:1.d !';i -' ,0 els' baggag-e 'mall
I- .l tf .'. j iIr. i LI II,- t ..- i O.. *-]a -.
o .iellab l >,

IfLi \M;.- & l'.OJ N,
:_ [lu-*ir-,-,.' .iV, .,e;v auN-.,
N.v-w York, lu,.e Zi, Ifm.2.

t ALLLi.
i con.iitil-nly r-':.oiawu n.uded to thlie I'ulic as
.nll uintlaiittclin r--irndy t o'- wouli.l Is vif .'v.-y- des-
luip ii.e, ; .. .t tL ia aein, ii..d if..r ideul-att- i hI.-;-
in't lt i, L d,'.!.s. br>.is,.-. chilblain.s, scoibuti,-
riuptiou:-. ati.l p )inplies on h tilt --h.. a .i', 1
int;lanied -eyes, d ,-e hLeit I, sOtlt breasts, pil,-s.
II 1 0 iy i,".n.:,vf'" th.:. t,'ul sea-!:1 ori--ing.
I t iil Lill i- iul a a- ill-'.
-.Il. in ,pots, i -d ... P'-1. 1t. 'i 1., It .
ail.l .., .tt.l : itinI his
P ala..,..L .4E lNV-SCfU%,;PdARU L.E *Hi,
Af.klil,, 'h 11 t '. P iLi. ;
Prov.-ic i by imIote that .-ixty ye'trs' 'S.peri- n'e
t bo one a>t ithI- be'-t ',eiili.n'iis tor puli .it ung
i.,.: 1....,1 '-ut as.sitiun I N title in her opea-
i.:iii-. A J'lh y t,'iri a mild itd .tjipn,-rior ta.uldy
qi.neitr, whv il may be take..n t all times
without t*n. lutiieniklit or c ag-. ,of .ihel.
;-oId in B..xi. at 13l; .., 2- id.. -Is. 61d., 1 Is.
-'.lal -i' each.
ij-i..d til unly by BEACt' & BARNlt'OT'r,
bria-lport, D.jisec, England, an-id sod by a.WI
Medicine Vendors.

"w i\ A Cotta e to Let
t, L a d a r A"venue.
ha'alh far o orttlr., ,,l3, tao .au-cl io I In 1 ( t. aiAl' OV3.ill e.

i ', -.. lta4-''ii;t io i Iiio aii o s. isL July.
T oL-1.; d id: nIown oln _'i dli' t'.- .. i, a !' I ,-r1.ei pfartilul a- apply to
Si i I hA i' ii l T TiHOM A.S1 GRiEK.I

iatituiltun, June ia ", i882.

t.niiilton,I Juin Is, IS '2.

i .,..ri i e lur.I,e- i nit.'Iljli hei ( ---al W e.-iLIat .'
I li;i-cos ii (G reat. Blri':tai.
rhii-ctii ithi 11 \ L'l (ItF''IC in tll -e
1 1 6t4l tI N iVl'a ii '!-ectt-' l 'heu Ina-IureaI
of the .'/tai Mia ile;,. "em n.:e .-itc.riai Ile iter.
SIlt i I-m2-? iM.t-i I.I' -f L,. i w q b -. aL
i i'i l'I''V I IJ ., ; ,,r I 'u l al i llie
.1. ; A R i !' !> I' i .

SHuliiihonti, '. piitja e' -i th, I .5(i.

Willian J-ames Heney,
J LC 1 0 .A EE ,
S,,"i il a ll Il lill(a is-ial A'l elt,
Sl~i!,piin u ei'i -' se
A iieri (ir-el,
It !\' lI ["'f ", B.; i .tl' l.
ir .' r pt ',ain iI ;t :. i-r'- .* 1 a t. I tii it-l!-'.

.4-'. A u 'i n ",, s.irs-i ,. l I Il y' .

Siobi:t.. I(. Lee & Io.,'

'1a1 1. iSUR!.A 'CE IlROIKtORI.r-
I.' Lea.icil all -'trrel,
'r .A IA i.L, l'i)l ,

Ie'rrca! -'., ,l.i --iltiiv *'d', .'m n in t ,_I Di x '. I i-i]t ,
t',- i i tim V l' ., l! i i, ; i i Aa-' -

\, .n i .a

Evebdy w-anti3 it. but vi-ry few get it
bcecaus- ulcit p-coplie ilo not kno'x hoA' to
elect ,'affi':-, or it is spoiled in the ioast-
ing or aia ing. To ibviati these lithf.ul-
ties ha- been oint' stwly Thurber's paick-
ag-e c:'- c-s arn- selecte-d by au expert who
tunderri mids the art of blend ing various
flavors. They are roasted in thii e aotst
t.,a-frc."r !*niliiuair it 1-' impipo,-iblel to ioaIst
well it. n.mall quantitiess. then putt ill
poilud .a.-kages ( ;'i t/a,. bt., :,i. ,-int n imII l,t
bearing; : oi: r -,irnltiu.'i>-. as iUa Eniftliii t.-e (It
i'eniiin--nelssii, ;i dea ,:h pa.ckag-ct-ontaiins tho
S rhurbl-.r-e-ipe for making good Cotff'e. W
paik t.\ :i kinds. Thuirb,-.r' No. 34," trong-
a:'1d , ; Thiubnr'sa No. 4I, inid
aud rnii-. On. or theI othe:i willsuit every
taste. They hIav\'-, tF,.- tihtre: o rt -at'.. lplnts,
,l/o,',, ',t,'f!i. h,. ,ltin.,i at,,, / Eas-,,itolt-:
:, '.',. .,k :/,u ,' cif/ c', .' r T i'. ,, .r '
'rsl 'i in i,.,'' l i kp a .'knj n, V.i. :J "
S.r .. 41." Do, noWt Libe put otf with any
other own pla.t(. will ti:ll o)'01
what is best.
Whet-' p-'rsc'ii, it, we also utrniibh
thf '" [.'-d" C',tffe-pot, the simuple:st, best
and h tlieapcst cof;i'e-pot in e-xisteuce.
OJrocei who sell otlr Clii',li k ; ,. them
Ask foi hle.Acriptive cirnttiti'.
R.l-sp ,.*Lfully, &e.,
1. K. & F. 13. THURBER & .'0..
Impoi:-ri, Whiia-sai.- G3rocet.s and i oi"t.-
:;o0asters, New York.
P.S.--- the :- ln gest d:-alrs in food pro-
dlunt- it, tue world., we aon-iidler it anur iit-
ter-'-st 10 ana ituifal:tr-r only pttur t in-
uoheh'l ., loo'sgill lila p.iack lhi-tu iti ti, ti.lyv
anll i s-atistat.-tory iLannIler. All go-.,'
'.,ariug oir llta a c ar1-' giia i untet-id to b J.
1 'i*l superior iulttility, /.0'tr ',li' 1 h!i./asi t- ,
ani d-al'-.-r. ie a- atthoiede to refund th.-
Spurcehasi: pri',- in iany c:ts. '.vlS aiel. ('1.c istoau-
era have cauitse for dis.Att'facti.ju. It i-.
thereftore to thI: interest of both dealer:.
OUnd cnai.S.uLris t)o itse Ti"rlit t?' 2 ir',,,i./,.

11 E CE 1 VI D
At -Ioyral (-azett 'Stalflu;1 -i'V
.' s ....e,

lFrom London via L ew
i Yo k,
* p .;,' L V B a :' tl;iain 10'l. .
t'- olie'd ;,, 'l L.,ltf h S rlhur', of.l'.r) ,,t"
KN(;L \.\|)
iM itl.,lll, L U. l

t ite l .TIJ iii. i' t I i C
i.e I'E i. 'i lii 'ilINO .
i -lamilton, July 1 th, l''12.

For Sale,

,. : ., ,-'* ,' i -

1. 1D. DARRELL, EsQ.
.' ,: ni i ;' I. ^ .

I.kIi eo l,..iv' -rtnada, sri'Ishes
'oI,) il. o ,-i'..L- (. 9 i r .it- i v

'-t) \aa 'is. co r ib rad

%lpi.' ',.,, i:,: a !i' i 'ln-. e' O-'litce

For Rent,
l i ,% i.'-. i'f' yl 1'i I, '

SDi cell tg ylliou se.
With about 6i acres of Land n-.,,r \Walsingham.
Apply at oli-c. to
ti'. S, O. PENISTO.',
Jai-kvillr-. Hamilton Porish.
June -27th, .18Ps'---t

Bermiuda Veterinarilv In-


R TL!1,1T

al, i ,ai it. <.erf.- Pri-if,:.ioaially on rues-
'day- (~- nlicae at G. Sputirlii,. F s.qr'a.
W ill 'i-it .i-,meia-i tit i lri[ dav..
-iC id -i, i nil,,ou, I .an) l : y a,', lrv '2 .


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Dr. Bryan's Electric Beltl.

Chrone NrervunqI D iiasei, Nervvuas Debiliy, Phy.
.. I-r osa, ti'.n. B- ain 'troubles, ParalysiF,
Spinal Complainia", Lung iaisorders, Iipoitncv,
Liver i'(,n p tirain. iDyspepaia, Rheumaatism,
li-adiaies, Fea.'.- ._'omplaiits. Premature De.
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THIS wooden luli i-nV.r.ry ir, i,>' apptictiion of
HElect.ficil; eaalt P- .. u!-eloer to r-Five scien-
titi Atent'kion 1'- Iii .)a.U Oh5ii in accordance with
Nawui:'s laws. '.'rb beLo IotIl by aid of the beat
Srid -noisi.ure .r ttl. I) j l' rnid V'evolvt. ooninuous
.cunr'-u tbhati lu, t ise .syste u will the vitalizing
c i'"':a i i i. dta.d e i.s oercroe, and a re--
CLip ',tice p'rc .' .I e-, iblisheil.
'Tbe .lectr.-,-Mag-a:i (.'irrti, as evolved by Dr.
B13yai'., ap(pli..ace,-n. -ength..ias th nervous avstem
give iocire 10 'jt l'.i a u, dlgeisLiv- junction, re-
S.aoie !-..t o di power :1V body or mind
' aria,,g Ir'-:, aser o inmjrudence, sickness,
,'i old ._'.
llluet itJ m 'a.apU:let, giving ali partiicul-rs, eeut
*.',' iotI. Or. received through any re-
Spoapible Co':maIII-.-; '..u.', *.)'2 i, ordering send
acsvaur, rouni itt;? 'v:ist Laud iaate tlienature of the
.,jW1uiaGit, aLti a ii. i; [. [ l ip mi ; ,vW sl .I.' sent to
rdter Adal ,.i0.s

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-, :ILL supply you with ;t reliable. Clock '
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