Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00089
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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No. 35.-Vol. LV.


24s. per Annlf

litre milieu, Yf'rm ci dry. ?uued011, ,)jg_'ea~I ~9, I SS2.

On the 31st July,.18.2, at Prospect, A" Com-
Proceediugs of the Honorable Legislatie pany v. "0G" Company R. I. Rifles. This match
Council. was a very hollow affair, throughout, A" having
TefsdayI, 22nd/ Agae't, 18S2. -Pursuant to ad-I it all their own way, their bowling and fielding
journment the House met. were quite good enough to make it anything but
Presen!t-iz Honor ,losiah Rees, Chief Justice, ehild'm play for G." Private Palmer who kept
Prepid-nol the wickets for "A" is to be commended for his
The Hoin.rable Eueenins Harvey, agility, and Lindsay bowled and ficll.ed much bet-
Joseph H. llarv-ey. ter in thi- match than he did iu the one before
Jame 'uee, Re. Geni., I when -C" beat A." Lusher made the highest
G. S. Tucker, score in the mat.'h, viz., '26. The math waj won
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secty. by '" A." by 15 rans. The following ate the
The Bill entitled An Act relating to the cur- sores ."
renev of certain Gold and Silver Coins in these is-[ 1 ,. dQ 2nd lard s
landd" was reliroed from the House of AssemblyPvt. Palmer. rn out 3 .McQuade,6.r-
with a Message concurring in the Cuncil's amend-
meat thereto. Lusher,c Mathews, b. Matiews, 6. Gar. ,
The three following Resolves and a Bill were Noble 2 rigan 24
brought up from the House of Assembly and seve- Pvt. Lindsav, e. Noble, 6.
rally read the first time:-- Garrigan 2 6. Garrigan I
A Resolve providing certain requisites for the Pvt. Levick, 6b. Noble 2 run out 01
Secretary's Office, Lt. O'Leary, b. Garigan 0 b.Garigan I
A Resolve for providing Stationery for the Colo-, Pvt.McCurley,bi. Garigau (0 Garrigau 10
nial Secretary and Receiver Ueneral's Offlice, Strahan. b.Noble 12 6. Garrigan .3
A Resolve for supplying Steps and Blinds at, the Dunne, b. Garrigau 6 not out 0
Keepers' Quatte:rs ,t the new Lighthouse, 1t. 1'a. Burns, r. Welman, b.
vid's Island, Noble 0 b. Garrigan I
And, Buf--lr Campiun, not out 3 run out .3
A Bill tilled "An Act to amend Ihe Court Peachey, c. Water- e. Welmran. b. Gar-
Ac, lbt78." worth, 6. Garrigan 5 rigan 11
P a- \i u frn-. L!-Fro .o. .t Extiuts 1 Extras b6

hL oUlWlllowi ng .'isils II-UUi Js i'JiAUCIULy; tiUe,
Governor was delivered by the Colonial Secretary :
(No. 16.)
Goeinor and Conmmander-in-Ch'ief.
The Governor ihas tbe honor to forward for the
conidetration of the Horible. the Legislative Coun-
cil an application front Mr. John C. Tiotter, Clerk
to the Postmaster St. Georges, a-sking for anu in-
crease ,, .Salary.
Public Buildings. Hamilton, "
21st August, 1S82.
On motion of H is Hk-oin, the Presdent the illi
entitled I- .\n Act for the creation cl a new Govern.
mer.t 1oue,." va? re-committed t:.r genratl par-
The Hujue e'i-t into Comumittee theteon.
'fhe Hoi. E. Harvey in the Chair.
Tb'' foolloving aineniment s [profoaed by Hi:.
ilt-tur the Presideni :-
In the 70il line ,tf th IX. i_'Au .. rik' .ut
ithe v.orda be educelilr! ; ii i' i, al ,i[ 'Ii i
insert iteiwoinds "*then hi voi'A umi ih. 'rE.ivt
* General sha! '.i it- the r. d canictil -.f, ,
" faei tlereot."
On It e .motion bhin., put tb," .iuit-u.i':. n wa
\ye 1. Vays 5.
'rhc- kion.Jusiib f, es, 'f';e Hou.Caiveai.h Boylh,
Chi'- .'iuice. L,.. "Sec'y.

Tb'' Commlntteir. r-se.
Ch-.? H3ve ry ume )
The- f'hiiirran repoitt"

c., o 60.
1 Jorjph H.tHai vtyl
Ev--eL:u- CII%

Ad the Bil! aiiitout arnen'!-

'The I14icm?5: udiopite,] t 1 R,'r-,f Ii.
Th IO %H 2 A;LWi.n r"ailthe A!"! ,t i u~and pase
non isderod tO be iiipidd r~e hi- wleelecy th.?
4.,1iv~ruoi by the I l,'r~orahile C 4eal Joy Is
Ile Rub.'a; to ,ev, d lrmwt u- AofUNi od
tvd the Bill ntitllpi xn Ac'. to .Com he'Lut
.Nc,. I 7S, aa aew'the "seen,] Itl
Th-? 4r'itt' win' itito Cunl-imetehcreon.
ha liki .1 tinies'T'ucker i-i the't it1dr.
T',eiComi~ilLte iu@.-.

Total 36

Total u:3

Ist IAnn;igs. 2nd innings.
Pvt. Hoben, s. Palmer, b.
Lusher 8 b.-. usher 0
Ser'gt. Mayne, ,%. Linday.
6. Lunhlr 3 6. Lindsary 2
Lt. Welman, e. Lusher, 6.
Liadeay 5 run out .2
S,'yt Ga:rrigan, e. Duncr-,
b. I.Undsay 0o c. Palmer, 6. Lusher 3
l'vi Mathewp, 6. Lu.her 0 6. Livn- Ly 4
"" Waierworth, b. Lind.
I.ev 1 b. Lusher 3
Bugeir Do3 lo, e. & b. Lind.
esy 0 b. Lindsay 2
Pit. Noble, b, .iudsay I b. Lusher
" McCurrey s. Palmer,
A. Lindsay 0 1.. Lu-he-r
I .r. MeQuadv, n.'t oit 2 s. I'almer. b. Lnihler o
'" Vap, b Ltuher 0 our ('lt i
Extra a l .5 ETxta-. :
T,:tal >.,5 T.A,,il 2:,

HAv.~a .Tuly 21 --Tho Engli-h mail stearter
wchkh arrived here- todiv brink'.s advi.-s fr.-,rm St.
Th..iman to the ff-,-t thrt thr e ,:(bl- between Trini-
1. ;- ..t.d Grenada ha3s fti.c-i, and communui.: ,to,) -en S.>uthen stario.n is, therefre, iniitrnipt-d
- .':p Trinidad and DerMneraa. From San D,-
I ,,..:. it i- learned that General Ul.yses Heureaux
h.t, $een elected Prsideut by an overwhelming
rnimirity. Aciordinz,.to the constitution he ha] 36
dau to reply to the will of the people. Thim- -pub-
li. is quiet. The tobacco rrop promises to te" an-
perior both in quality and quantity. The eawern-ss
to pur.chaso lands or imear statess is un.bato:d.
Atfairs at Hlayti continue in an unsettl'-d ant
wrethed c'nditio:,u. At Capoe Haytien. ou the tlh
;nt., a si.rious ow o -eurred between au A'ix Cayes
r.--vilent stationed there and the loal r ie.'irents
which was with difficult quelled by the oftlers..
A dispatch from Tiinidad says the co.oa i:ri-'p is
promising. Th,: stea.rier Dorminique Carri.d to
England 2.514 b:&as and the steamer Lorn.- 7S2
).ag's. At Demerara there was much complaint
he,.suse ot the prevalence of wet wi.-ather, which
iz hait-in', a, ininiurio,,us t t .n the. suur-r crup.

l I

IIsm muiltomi Clas~sical I trd fHamiliton Amateur
Commnercial 5Dinyy (CLUBJ1.



TirENDERS will be received by the Under
1 sigued-Street Committee of the Town of

MR. A. M. OUDNEY will Re-open the above T Il tirst G.reri il \T I t, iuiepr the Hamtilton-until
Academy ON MONDAY, the -th September,7 .u[ie or this lb, will take place i, Thursday, the 31st inst.,
at 9 o'clock, a.m. H.ail'oni urbour, ,
A fetw more Pupils can be avcconuodlated. One Friday, the 1st Sept. Fr n OPRNIN(, 'IDEYftiG and .-
On nid th"1tt riPROVING 3 ortain portions of
Mr. O. takes this opportunity of thanking CUPAC-orirgeyoa fid the p'
the Public for the liberal patronage his Aca- C .fAit--or finge. boba ftide sied undonald St.,
demy has received during many years past, rety of n'l tne b Member Ilndonad St.,
and hopes by strict attention to the duties of Am;alturs only ,id i L be uttered v a Member' Between Brunswick St. and the 30 feet Street
his profession, to continue to merit their con- -the Club. leading past the Residence of the late Edward
fidence and support. I 2ND IS C I-I-irt Cls Dingeys. pen tJo .. Smith.
August 21st, 1862.-2 all Co e C las DiO Detail. of the work required to be done,
3RD..................... -.DineyS. made known on application.
to all Colmer-'.
/Ne lIn the Purse Iaices there will be a first andI t?. T, J.-1J S,
J second prize; the third Boat to save entrance B. E. DICKLYVSON,
-- fees.
-12 he" ,l Hnitrance IF'ees 10 for each iUat. Any per.- Steet Committeo.
The Ds ,Ce iber Offers, thel son entering r B at must tconitibute at least 4 Hamilton, 1 th August. 188?.
to'l wing GOt1)S :1 to tho Subscription List.
.( Til Kerosene OTh I'i-at ea, to c n ene at co.. Real Estate in Hamilton
.j31s and T 1insK Osene 01a iat, to t.o ,entered not late' tlthin Saturday,
Tin Astral (11., the h inst. sh r Sale.
[i.f his oIn importation-idid nut pur- Persuris ,rnteri g iloats will please send the
care any f the spit oun Stuff accently Name niil disl iniuishiug Color together with A Dwelling
5(.3 at ,t. (jeorge's.] :ntraaiae F.-e .Ald luiseriptioni to i I,
Bright luscovadu $.UiA-tt WM. FRITH, 1 t
;raul;ated Il %R .el.retary of Sailing Cormmittee.
c'rushvd ,hI I 'i'r OluiA to,"l th ..r Alnd Parcel of 1 .1.- D, con-
la;,s Ri' E-. &.,. &w., &Ac. ___ training Three Acres, Two Rods and Ten
tii-ceivado S ai!.r :iiad lice Sold in Lots Lo T Perche's. mote or less, in Hamilton Parish.
ey ad acco,,m. dating Ter.nB. The Liverpool & London Bounded Easterly by Lands of the Widow of
B. E. DICKINSOA.-' IlA GLOi E INSRll- the late Anthony Samuel Trott. Southerly,
iauion,, Aug, .G 1O82.-;3. on the Sea. Westerly, by Lands of Robert
N..... ce Company. \ Pe:niston, and Nort.- '.,- oin a Pond or Salt
Water Lake. .. .... known as North's
NOT ICE. TUHE ndorsiged having been appointed Pondl." T! ...,l is intersected by the new
___ Agents in Bermuda for the above Cor- Military IRoad, which runs quite near the
pany (one .,f the le-aling Offices in Great Bri- Dwelling Ilouse. Price moderate. Apply
gB l fRL H & W H IT E, n and of 46 years standing) aio prepared to early to
Hvn o otti-r protection against FIRE at Moderate' ORMOND T. MIDDLETON.
Hvingopen a utts. th August, I2.
3oot 1nd Shoe The Annual Report of this Company sub-
( a d Shoe emitted it be last (':-n.,r I Meeting in Liver- O
p. ipt M,,'. llhe .winq Divid- n'l tbit clari-il. !
"";'' I< "^ *.Un Earnes, ly oli.-t a share, o thli- P'ubl patron- ,.e who may app,' t, tmhL t their Offlie. m r ; &. i, St,
j. t.e FJ. HI. 'TRIMI.NGIU1M &. 8ON.
Childre-n's B.ots in gre.t vai;e ti-.s t. H. T MI. IM & Betw-ee-u Medical Hall airl the Gazotte' Office,
Youth's and Boy' I., ,ots a Sleciailitv Uiilth AugusBt, ilaruilrnn. Bermuda.
0I T .- ,rT TT" i 1 V1 r lPth .L .

Augus~t -2-2md, l.s2.-:i

Offict.e :o ii f W) t, h'.:st ltr 'adwav'.

Tr' 1 i h:ii.4 i andlift vIlaity tI.:tL

4'-)r Ic mt i i r 1 i't las-is tu 4 iia. r ada m:.thc rca-i, -
a ie id" 11.1-t le rit, p o n .
We %%bIl o~p ii i. idrid rat the New
les' Holuuse?, ELstsri.aiwy iatitiplyif ii HF,
thr-. urhiiu i th ,, sr !.r Ole o-, lih ii'l'-ur II.

B r e r I iI a c e,
MAde from Pur c- l ain Water.

":t be iii. ,idtder n'il c;rcimtst.ine'is ui'i ut ilthe
inalger atlleidini al inporled Ice, which in
mno,t ca.eIs affect theu s.'ste'n in 'rie same nat- I
te1 s i ch lin.'t .,1 drinking t water.
I'the .'iibs.ri 'e. is n"w prepared to furnish lIce
it Dlepot, litattllv r !ie l. firon l6i :. n. lai:t, I
ii,. delivered in Itimillor, and Vic.:iiiity fom 8
t.'.n. to 12 i'clock- Suidays excepted.
l'rice lita Ia l itP inn pr pound.
Thi: b.mig : hlinm-- iilju-t.ry I respectfully ask
,i conaiou.'.ice of i ;li Pa,'lic p.'t ronag-e. .
th:i nitom, \l-iy 15, 1SS-'.
1TT ..... 7

'tI. I ,i;i i 'a ri.rted .t a B13!I w, 'i.t.ut aru.l The.-sports of suiars from Jun. I to J3un 21, thiii- n.' h3. fv tft ( e
,, year, amounted To 65,926 h,'.sheai,!,l ,ant iy [prmupt :,lttnliorj ti our cumttler an
'l're .',.. i. .Itrd Ihe- Repo l. rinll tL s:,andin, 3S.'.51 ho.gsheads foir the same period last y>-. ti. st'i.t attli.iio' t i our uii,.-, we lohpp tL) re- AN APPI
1lte ha been uaain ,uspea,'ih i, the PBill was It i~s aid that the Columbian Gov.rninm-nt 'iaL eive a i-b re ,of tlhe Pub'ie patroaA.e. APP EN ICE
then rend IIth- third iimne and p.i.c.l,. ,nd oilertd,.l that the steame-r Colon is not anmernbkl to I. c.e dl,~:r,ret d i .-ly idas except>ed)i itn To the Harness Making Business by the Un-.
to b i s t, '-Ir" H;i Ec- llency the Go(vee nr i.ty Iaw. WLhen Mca:iir-hed at Puerto Cah-tblo her paper liiImilton a,,nd vicinity. designed.
the e'iv.r.,ie,'>v :ilih wer,- found iu ordcr. N. 1.-IC.; : II()U: I ,pen 7on, 7 a.m. tou j
T he Bill ni'led-J -n!ating r.the crrenet --- t' ---630p. daily, i undI ex0 pted,l whe- il JOHN B- NEWMAN,
of :*-ra, :and Silver tL.,miu in ihese lsl',als," FENIANISM IN NEW YORK. il tI ope. i froi, S to. IReid St., near Post Office.
was read the third time and passed, nd ordered to PHTLJLDELm-&, July 190.
he laid b,-:e his Excelenty th G3overnot by The New York letter in T:- Ti of July 5 re- JOHN B. STAHL & CO., Hamilton, August 22nd. 18_2.__
', lIlo.,rr;'. I ai'ron.lis.h o i..>. ,-,pectinu Fenian dynamite operations in the Uijted East Broad, ay, Haaiitlon. ANE HARRIS.-Priscilia Arabella Attwood'
A.ljoirned to Fridyv next, thIbe 25h instant, at States has been republi.hed here. and is causint a June 211, 1I .-tf. J Will Whereas by an Order dated the 29th
!1I..2,m, a.iri. gTeat sensation. The Ni ]',,rk f,'.it reporter in-
l*).a.. -- tervewe tioDr. Shine the subj reporter -- --.-oid --July. 1881, in the Matter of the Trusts of the share
u -._YPTIAN ONIONS (rniwedDr t hir n. butht bject, O'Donovan FO TEW of the Reaiduary Estate bequeathed in trust for
It is .juite generally know that Scotlald nd Ro' and said th.t he ha.l no onnexi,:.n with his c r Prisc-illa Araella Artwood late of Eakington in the
Irelind with th-ir potatoes and G rmnany and Iti.r hor.-ratin,. Dr. Shint L-a.s that 11 i.uternal ma- /(e .eibl-t-o ts tOi County o e /wi Wla force ttr Spinster deceased subject to
wift the, tL means halie been mnoft prolific in the!,ir uhin---nt to Liverpool lart ypar in r-<:.mnnt barrel dut and in the Woresttr of the Adet e th a d lsitto
contributions to this country'ss di..,.'l,t-shortened were fiiruishd by George Hol-at,. machine t, of 7 i (. Vitoriand intietuted An Art or Letter andecuri thrut
supplit .iAe,- .:l. f.ll, but it is nut so gene rally Philadelphia, who afterwards informed the Briti-h --nd and or the relief ol Tratees," an Enquiry has
known that Egypt, or properly usia'kindthe Lp- Gi.virdment of te fa t EORGE B. FORRESTER having ahnlyzed been directed whether Jobhua Jeavons ever had a
vaut. brt, begun to furni.-h us in abundance with Th- Pi: a.'/' interview w. today pulishew an ne- serveial qualities of Bermuda Soil, is pre- Daughter named June Harris, and ii he had aucb a
that uaefnl garden pro,.u,.t, the ni.,n. Of thi ount of au interview with Holeate, who frankly pared tu rnish a COMPLETE MANURE, Daughter whether ose had any and what children r
valuable bulb, which is so insepau,..lle from the admittmakin" these, with other infernal machine p d to t seveh a crp grwn in thee childr whsu e of a deceasehad anchiland livig w at teh d
dressing of a dainty canvas'-back di.'k or the in- for Fenian agents. He y that certain Irishmen suita. ttheseveal crops ow in these or iue of a deceased hil, that ii to the
grrdients of the popular Irish s'ew, there have came to him two years or more ago asking him to Islands. Februarse 187of ad whether is to an y a nd whi o su
recently been imported into this -.ity from Egypt sco and see O'Don.,van Rossa. H di,1d so, the result io)()l ildren oruar issue are or hea now y ing, and whetherr
10,ti.10 barrels. After the domestic crop has beennt to another man in New '0111ato, any and which of such children attained tb. age of
sumed by winter use or exported it ha,, lonk been York. They l r.ame t te.rm. and ho made- a ma- twenty-one year. or what were or are Th. ..1n
the rustom to import larwe quantitiesof onions from t-hine ith clock-work attachment. whi,:h he sub- O(nioll. tive ages of such children or child. Nov. ,
the sunny gardens of Bernudi, Lisbon and Oporto, nutted for approval. It was paid for. and he after- et to the said order the person or persons ..nug
but the Levant was never before tailed upon. The wards made lalny machines, from 2i to 4), but he respecti-elv to be ubch JANE HARRIS. her child-
cultivation oi onions on the eastern coast of the will not say exactly how many, having burnt all traw)erry, C., A .. ren or child or issue o a deceased child living on
Mediterranean extlen ling from theo western part "t h aimT memoranoada about a Year ago, andi "rr brn.ouC e tme hthFe riu 1 ae by their Soliitor onor
S avin to speak from memory. Thesemchins These Manures are free fou odou, aufac before the 31st January 183, to come in and prove
r prted as a great industry. It ha. been Eompu. all worked by clockwork, were oft the sane pattern, I tured irom concentrated chemi,:als, and will their Caims at the Chambers of the Hon. Mr. Justice
teLd tat the last crop there was over 200,(o1.i toms. and ,"iold be made to explode in from 10 minutes to raise the finest crop of the best quality.. Fry at Ni. 12 Staple Inn, Holbomn, Middlese,
It isl a-ertcd that Levant onions keep better and ix hl,,urs after sttin.. The striking of cap In the UnitIed Ftates. Firmers, are uing Egland. or i, default thereof they will be peremp-
1 t-.r than tbhoe grown in any other part of t,, vo,,ur call .:iut the latent agent of explosion, which Itheiu in .r ,-,,e, to N/.,le re. t,,rilv excluded tr,:m the lben,-fit of the said Order.
,,a'ii This is an important feature, for matuv nii.'lit be dIvurraite, gunpowder, or whatever suited iThe POTATOE MANURE has been used Wednesday the 7th February, 18-3, at noon, at the
nuions are needed in ships' supplies for long v- tl- iartie-.. Holegate denied furunhing any ex- eight years ott th. saml:mnd, without n ,,itr said, Chambers is appointed for hearing and adjudi-
ages on account oi their uxe-llknce in prrvernin.,' t ,He m.n'rei s a harmi t h tl /"'/"'it I t i. hita' 1 s1ti ctatej results eating upon the Ciaim-i. From the evidence a'!-

Iv to the enorm- in' -e of t.he fr:irn ec me ahim e wa iwven to that man pe.. .ully in the t. t Ml i3 sol0i ted. 1836, and iar tmhe ai ., Iai A i' weut to the Cc(,-
wh,, a!wanis u-..' v .. ,bh..% fre el, but :,,o t, l.:.. -ane root,. u,l he paaid for it Thl, were no .ull ..l;.cti...n ill 1 git-tin to c-th Uy'r. to which e' 'i an. hted been tranpot..-d
enlarged use in ppulou c.itiesot the .".ie .f watnesse-s He had recently I,,'n 're.,net,, t *. it. Prices furnished ani.l ,:,rl,-.i tak n ,by I wi b the view o .gala j.-,ining ihi-n n hi, r.el-ase.
mi..,ts, in the orepiratiton -f which the onionti. .ply infernal uma.hines forEwyptirat ue. b t n,:,thu0 HENr ~ Y ,h [ 'fw -ated the 6th d y ot ,July. ,2
rs inr.ein nntly.- ami ng any one in .,oueximon with tli, buit- O EO. B. FORRESTER, ALFRED RWLINON, Chiet Clerk,
---- -.. .---... ns. Hed se'ys that h, is an Enul;.h w:,. and aMinuut'.;, Jta Flout Stret l CHURCHI I?FNDELL & TREHANE,
Since th tommunc'eieuient of the present year 89 leamined the business of a gunsmnith in Birmiughaum. New York. Bd.i R now, Londo. W.C. Ag-nts fr A.
English .hip Masters have succumbed to yellow Ir e came to America in IS.9, and had made torpo- N *oI. R. Hudson, of Perdhore, W.oriasterslnie, Eng-
fever in the port of Cuba. I does for the Confederate Government. Hamilton, August l6th, 1862.-3 m. land, Peritioner!, olicitors.

. i:ini' tCturcert om. a;l kin'l i 1l -ura-
toel Beverages, Double oa Water, L'emon-
a'le, B-lfast Ginger Ale, Quinine Touie Water,
Cham.I agnu Cider, -tc., ete.. of superior qual-
ity, Soda Water and seltrcr Water in syphons.
Prices as low as any other establishment.
Special Terms to Canteens, Messes, and
large Consumers.
August 12, '8-2.--3m.


O prevent any misconstruction obtaining
T through my advertisement in reference to
Bills outstanding for Goods had from my
Store, I deem it advisable to State definitely
that the same has no reference directly or in-
directly to any person except those owing for
Hamilton, August 21st. 1S-2.
SILVER Watches fiom 60/ to 7. Gold
Watches irom .5 to 20, at Child's. All

Onion Seed. Onion


The Undersigned begs to offer to
Tenerifl'e Red and White Onion SEE).
A List of engagements open at the residence
of the Undersigned, and orders left at Messrs.
Thoir & Cox's Office will be included.
Hamilton, August 15, 1b82.-3

PIANOS and Organs sold on the Instalment
Plan at E. T. Child's.

I I E101 l ) Alias'

Byu His Exrcellrne t/ Uut.- General T.
L. J. G A 1 I V WE Y, R. E.,
G-ovenoiCommander-im. Chief,
Vice AIdmitral and Ordinary,, it&
anad 't'er these Islands, 4-e-, &-c..
SHIR~LAW, hns pra3ed fvr Admtinis~rdion ou
Lhe Estate ofJOILN Nlllt(LAW~, late of *-andvs
Parish in these WKand.-, Builer MINIker, d'-cevi id.
'F li., is therefore t., gilemoer, ~i(, hut if v, v
Pe r.oiaor l-ert;a"Pmz oin vi-w ally ii-t C--ti-e h y
Ale, .q itl La r ti 'im-d r it I).*.~
S1 ,Il a s ', ir Iivl, at h

tr.,rn h.%; lC1t.' .~t '~ i-v..~ i. ~
k~ A,i-tra i-til'e l i4- gr-: F iti ;crordmrdnly

i)..te. I.a'[lie ~ec5,%t~hi
11iis lW.hl day of Au~tsi, I .- I2 d



lib's Hill Light. Station it t eimuila. between the"
2 -ih and 27th August 18-2-.- hliihrlt at)hvea lit
sea being 246 feet at base,. where l.e .-;.4ler is

li. 2.I '-I .t
Aug. eneial Remarks.
Aug. :
Noon E 2 L
I -- -.-
Mo01 NE -l7 7- 76*29-910T '04 Fine, cool, cl.*mdy
2. NNE t; 7V 77 2:,70 0'v 0 Fine
N2 Nw 9-,l 77 30.9,- .0-, Fine
24 sw 1- 74 12-; q10-0 Fine
21 sw I I' 90 4 Fine
; w 44 84 1 -1i -0i 0-0Fin.o
27 NN 2 1 '2 SI 3 0 ,'-'.0"i1 Fiue

Hamilton, dugust 29, IS82.

B E R l 11i D A.
Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Friday, 25th August, 1852.-Pursuant to ad.
journment the House met.
Present.-His Honor Jusi..h Rees, 0hief Justice,
President ;
The Honorable Engenius Hat vey,
James T'ucker, Recr. Geal.,
Csvendish Boyle, C~t. Secty.
The Resolve for providing cretain requisites for
the Secretary's Office, was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thbreon..
The Honble. James Tucker in the Cbair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairmin reported the Resolve without,
The House adopted their Report, and the Rule as
to several rearlinas ofBt HUla antl Resolutions on the
same day having been uIphrLd- Ihe Resolve was
then read the third time and passed. an] ordered
to be laid before His Excellency the Governor by
the Honble. Cavendish Boyle.
The Resolve for providing St-,tionery o.i- the Co-
hk.nial Secretary and Receiver General'a Otce?, was
read the second time.
The House went, intoCommiiltc. thereon.
'fhe Hon. Cavendish Boyle in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The Hnuse resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve vitbout
Phe adopted the Report, and the Rule as
S* i' r :..' of Bills and Rtaslutions on the
i. L :...un?' been suspended, the Renolve was
tume read ihe thid time and passed, and order d
to be lairl before His Excellency the Governor by
the Honble. Cavendish Boyle.
The Resnlve for supplying Step. and Blituds a*
the Keepers' Quarter- at the new Lighthouse, St
David's, was read the second time.
The dtouse tenL- into Comtni:tee thereon.
Th Fion. Jauae-s ruck, r in he I' hrir.
The Ctomtnittee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve wi'hbout
The House adopted the Report.
The Resolve for refunding to Messre. Trott &
Cox a sum overpild for Light dues on the Steam.
ship l)essoug," wasiead the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. Cavendi-h Boyle in the Cbair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve without
The House adopted the Report.
The Resolve for reflndiag to Massrs. Tioitt &
Cox duties paid on certain Steam Machinery, was
read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hoable.James aTucker in the Chair.
On motion the Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Ghairman reported pro-gress and obtained
leave to sit again.
Adjourned to tuesday next, ihe 29;h ins-'nt, at
11 -30, a.m.

Abdfract of the Proceedingps of the Honorable
House of Assembniq.
Friday, 251h Aujast.-Tho Resoie for refunding
certain light dues overpaid by nSam!. S. Ingham,
was read and committed.
Mr. J. W. Ptarman in the Chair.
Mr. S. A. Masters moved the adoption of the
Resolve and it was agreed to.
The House resumed
The Chairman reported the Resolvewith the blank
filled up and it was adapted ani ordered io be en-
T"he Attorney General moved thai Mr. Samuel
J. Canton, Junr., b appointed to cet aE l)oorkeEp-
er and Messenger of this H-ouse duin g the abser.e-t
on leave of thie D'orkei pet-whi'.h wa.i agreed to.
The Attorney Geuneral introdulced a Bill to amend
the Liquer License Act l.SO-'vbich w.isr.ard a !-t
The Attoney general introduced a ill to pro-
vide for the diiBch.'rge (of the duties of tlie Mayors
of I'owns during their ten'c'tiury auece-nbehicn
was read a first time.
The amendment proposed by 'he Li.
Council to lte Bill entitled An Act io '.,:,il
and cotioiiiil the SbCool- Ac' l1i5T," [,' g n~d,-,
coonsideira. ion.
Tc e .Attorpy Ocuaerurl mnov.-d t'at. trhe a'nr.p).
mw nlt prp.i.-etl t' te tt edtria he s'tid Bill Le ccin-
curred in,-which was a2reed t...
Ordered, tlr tihre amendments concturre. 't b..
made to the said bill ad it b-- returned to the Lg-
Islative r'ouncil with a .1esiage'- to acquint hatl
Honble. Housa'e, thth A.\sseumitjly, concut-
ed in its proposed .ardittlweoiu, the sa.m.- bad tbe.h
maite 1to 'tc ..ail Bill.

The Bill eoLitl-d '" An Act to provide fo ir te
conupleti io or the tL gii a's of Biribs, Mnrriages
and D.-alhs lelt in-omrplete by lir lWte Rogioirur
OenL'.Ibl, RLt:,iel Edetn \'lpsii"--wias rea.l i itird

P'he Altoinfy 'Getir idr mived to add ateir tihe
word l'Otil e t, ilihi in tihe line o! lth :trj
Clause anid b- lure th,.' -,l 01 t or every R. -itra-
tion," 'for theeollialion. '. 0maentcniing itn ifnites-
" ing ol esery!ion lmade l inr io It ji ,.-
" parture of the late [Tegistar G(eueiai a'.d ri( t
"' authenticateIl ald! i:dexed oy him aid ua .ec ul
*two shillins"-n hio was tnot .1 'n..ld.
The Bid was then passed.
The following NiMeeage from His Ex.,ellency the
Governor :--
(N",. 10)
L;eut. General,
(: rnorn at,.? "'omnmander-in-ChieJ.
The Governou- has the honour to submit to the

Hcnourable House o: .\W.s-n'ly for their conzi-ler-
a'ion ihe a-:.cmpanying R -golationsof the Colonial
Office on the subject of Furniture of Government
House:s, which it is understood have bh:en a.loptedl
in an, or nearly all the Coalonies of the Buitish
Thi grave inconvenience Lo which the Governors
of Bermuda hve hilberto been subjected will be
qvoid3d by the adoption of O'.milar Rules in this
Should the ltoune of Assembly be dispose:l to
take this matter into consideration, the Governor
nuggst; that seven per cent.would be a fair charge
on th. Be:l-room and Kitchen Furniture, in lieu of
five per ceni. as sta'.edu in the "oloaial Office Elgu-
The Governor also submits for the information of
the House of Assermily an Ac. pnased in 1S72 by
the Government of Queenslaad on this subject.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
25th Augus', 1862. !
The Poetiion of Thos. L. Outerbridge, Bridge
Keeper at the Causeway, was read and committed.
Mr. ~, A. Masters in the Chair.
Mr. Hayward moVed that the Committee rise,
t?port progress with leave t. sit agnin with the
view oi ob'ainini. iniorriation fro -i the Board of
Works on lth prob.ible cost oi r,ldiir.-inal room- at
Ithe Bridge Keepers CottaLge as anmy be required-
which was agreed to.
The House r:.sumed.
TheChabirain obtained leave to sit again,
Adji.urn:id to Friday next.
Orders :
Sa't Kettle Fery 1bill,
J, C. ''rotter's Petition.
Martin of Produce Bill.
Post Offle bilt,
Municipal Cortlorationi Bill.
Liou,;r Licevse amnindrnent, Bill.
Resolve in favorot S. S.Ing'uam the younger.

Auganst, 2. -Bri;5t. Carrie Parrington, Smith,
Friendship, Maia ; ice and hay to J. B. Stahl
& Co.
Btigt. Aubrey Peake, Hall, Liverpool; 126 tons
coali for H. M. Government.
23-Brig Mary Classn, Evant, London ; goods for
Merchants "and Government atores.-Agents,
R. P. Atkins & Co.
25-Schr. Mary L. l)umn, Hiodor, St. Johu, N.B. ;
lumber and oni)n box material, to l'rott & Cus.
.S-Maiil Steamer Oriuo:-o, Fraser, New York;
Mails and general cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
August 24-Schr. J. P. Wynman, Unram, Martini-
que ; 829 empty beer caDie
August 2S-Schr., Leseur, Baltimorev; flour
bran, oats, bread, soap, &c.-Agent, Samuel
August 17-Italian Barque, OGuiseppe Mazzina
Devote, New York.

In the Mail Steamer Orinoco from 'ew York un
Sunday last '-Mr. andi Mrs-. William Whitne'y an.]
servant, Mr. and Mrt'. Curtis Johus-in, Mises Alhte
and J,isie Johnson, Mrs R. Hastings, "2 children
and nu-r-e, Mrs. T. K-:rnik, isse-u 0. uand E. Eer-
risk, Mrs,. E., Mr. K. E. J.:,hnsuon and
child, Mise Honby, R:.vd. Dr Foro. M .srts.
John Hornby, G. F. Darrell aud E.'B. Hanea.-
2.,J (,l,'o : Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Young and
four children, R'bec'ca. Lttiimoro, James HI. Gib-
son, Thlomas J. King aund Frederick J. Virtue.-
Eight in Steerage.
The Brigt. A.tfred at Feruandina, Floidla, load-
ing for this port.
The R. M. S. Betahence at Halifax on 20)th.
The Ziba, passed the Downs, bound to Bermuda
on the 9th inst.
The Sue G. F. Seymour was to leave London for
Bermnnl.i, on 2-th inst.
The BrigL. Excelsior was loading at Gun'laloupe
on the Jst instant, for New York.
Captain Hindon of the Silchr, M'ry L. -Dunn, ar-
rived on inst., from St. Tohn,N'.B., reports
that on the l1th experienced strong gales from the
N.E. and on the latter day heavy stuall frora the
same quarter.
The Sehr. Alex.r.,tldei of Truro, N.S., Captain
Macoumbe-r, four dereliet, has been towed into
Brooklyu, by Salvors. The Alt.r.,-,fr cleared at
Porto Rico for New York with 282 puncheons and
17 tier-.:es molase-', but not a sign nor vestige
of molasses or its drippings can be seen in.
her hold. Expouienced Captains say that a
vessel loaded with molasses when watorlogged
would go to bottom like a stone. The cargo was
ensured for $11 000. The Pilots who towed the A.
into port are much chagrined at the result.

Special Criminal Sessionw oflte Court
of General Assize.
To-day the Coutt meets in Special Criuiinal Ses-
sion for the trial of William Iris, for the killing of
his wife Georgianua Iris iu April last.
We understand that this Sp-:e.iil Session of the
Court ha" b,.y. rcu_,her .- ile -; -'r-y b'" I _c fact that
the principal witce-'- is oliie.,d t.:i ifice the colony
beroie the A.-ize ',nd, : dthi'.r r aii Iu- his tsti-
meuy, tie Jud'lges hIirve consented to liulid -t .pe..ial

A rumour whit.h hali tie-na ,i' iip--red-l for ,evcrt-al
days, a11 t're.ely ':r-eulritted lat S.atur''day in Httu-
tin, thatt Yello:,w Fever had slut',-n, itself art Ireland
Island ;ttui2nIat the D '-,lkytrd hnIi. \Ve aure
happy to bhe' able to etet,', within authority, that sub:h
rumour is entirely without foiinda.tiun. Sickiess
has undoubtedly shown itself amnougst the emphty-.
at the Naval Station, but wo are iuftrme.i it is
a mild kind of snrnnmnr It,' er, tnoJ uneedt ,xeite no
A case of Yellow Fever iu our blnds would ':em-
tainly tie very unplh.asaut, and ir i3 dev,-tutlv ti., le
hoped that we may long t.:- spared a visitation tront
this deaded scourge. BHt w\ would .- ti.i. out
readers ;,nd thus Public geueraily it-ra policing c:re-
dence in mere rumouis. Yellow Fever ii nunLai-
takeable, and the airtion of the die.-e i -,o rapid,
thnit two e1 thee dcay s teite to make jt-s terrible

course clearly marked. Notlidn- ,ai-is tr.
gI-ess eof the malady more th:iu lt,,,i. 'Nothiing
spreads quicker than an uu-u'.istautiated rumour
WNV have every raron to .,eli 'v th-t, h.t.-l thete
been the slightest sign tf yellow fever in ,iny' of the
hospital, in our Colony, tihe pro-'er utith'rities would
have been duly canmiuanaicted with. -,nud ail pursi.
ble precautions would hatvu .beeu t. k-un to prt\-eut
the -,predliug of the '.lise4se.
It will not here be. o-ut oit pIn.-c to draw attention
to the great nscc-.-ity tlmntt exist'. dini,- 1 o, -A hot
months for iur,:-'.d lunitary via'ilmn-ue Bad
drainage, div-ried and ior.-otte-u cef-,poois, :ire
powerful -alie, to f-rv:rts :.f alt Ai. ,-pidu.:-ni"
may bo caused at any nionieut ,' an ec,-ape ot
lewer ga.,. It is thu: duty rof ce--ft:eniemetb cr o our
community to ive hIds ntrenti.,n ti thi-, sthjeo-t.
With a little care ou tins li-ad iand i uwd-r the
wonlti-elly ht:lthy t.:.iditioun of our l',!.u:l-., aiu
oultbrik of d-dnerotus fevers aingn u.t n- would bI
of iiuo-t ta-re o':iiO ieuce. A lic e i,:.t .-tv trr? to .,i-
nitatiou at horne, and a little fi-es atteution to ru.-
nmour., will, we venture to hope, keep us tree from
any dangerous sickness.

Thit Legal Tender Act, ISSe. F

An important Act waI passed by tbo Legi-ila-
tare on the 23rd instant. It fixes, by reference to
the English standard, the mniiniau weight at
whic-h lovereig'us and half ,overei'n.s shell be legal
ten'lersin these Islands, which ,i;Wu.ri-.n is 122'-30000
it1221t iratinsforsovereigns, and l -12 .?00 :6 1 i rains
f'orh-alf sovereigns. NNo per.-oun. therefore in future
will be bound to receive in payment British gold
coiuu weighing less than.the bi.ore weig-hts. The
same At t rnmdera coin issued from the Royal
Mint, and. from Colouial Branch Mints whroso
couina-e is legalsed by Royal Proclamation, the
only description of coin leg-lly current in these
The above change in the law will no doIubt pro-
duce some temporary inconvenience, an. even some
small loss, to some persons, there being a lar-';
quantity of light gold in circulation. This light
money often bears indications of having been worn
down artificially or swir,,,l for fraudulent pur-
poses. A large quantity of it has been sr.ut to
Bermuda from New York, during the last 3 or 4
years. It is purchased cheap in the States and
hitherto has passed current here as if it were honest
money of full weight. The increasing indfow of
this depreciated currency, and tha prospect that
uul-s.s che-ked the importation would assutnie
larger dimrn ionus, has induced the Legislature to
interfere, which it has ione unanunously, to put a
stop to a very suerioius evil. For ?'veral months
the depreciated coin has been rejected by the Trea-
sury Chest Officers. and snme fsw shopkeepers have
also refused it. It was high time for the Legisla-
turn, to deal with the question. Inudeed it is to 63
regretted that. the Act was not passed five years
An effort(was unsuccessfully made to induce the
Assembly to fix a limit of five pounds, to the
amount to which sil-er should constitute legal ten-
der., This was defeated by a large majority, Lbt
it can bardlye be supposed that, depreeiate:-' a, ]il-
ver now is in conmparisun with gold. the country"
will be content to leave it optional with the debtor
to pay, and obligatory on the creditor to receive
payment in silver to the amount of hundreds, or
even thousands, of ponttds. Silver between 1871
and 1878 sank in valueofrom 5 'i0 to 4 .an onuce, and
it is now, or was recently, 13 per -cent under its old
customary value as compared with gold. In Eng-
land it is generally understood with the debtorwho
pay in silver really paysounly 17 or I- iunthle pound.
We have now a Br'juah Bauik e talilishrd among us,
andpeople must look for new esx.periencc in the traffic
in c'oin. Of the utility of such an establishment
there can hardly be two opinior.s, and it is likely
to teach us some useful -:ssons, as well aa to sup-
ply a mniucb nceede conveniences.. Th.e weight of the
Bank will fortunattely be seriously counterpt.ised by
the presence of the Military Tr'easury Chst, but the
Colony would be in an unlucky plight if the latter
should by any mischance get merged in the fortomer.
Every grain Iby whii h a gold coin is diminished in
weight represents a fraction less than two pence of
the value-. Most of the light half sovereigns now
in circulation are I.. or 2 grains under the minimum
legal weight, and they art- therefore worth no more
than from 9/8 to 9.10 apiece. On a single piece,
or a few pieces, the lo.s is small : but when they
were, as they have been, sent here from the States
in thousands the gain to those who purchased in
the Nc:w York market aud sold in the Bermnidt
market w,as not iuconsiderabl-.
Th,:- sta dard weight of new sovereigns is 1'3,-
27t17 -ri;n- arnd of new tihlf sovereigns 61,637-:!.

FriE' SPORT.-The Walker Boys at Tucker's Is-
land while fishing off the- shore 'last Friday morn-
ing, suc,.eeded ii c.iapttiuIrn- an eniornmotnu Rock-
fish : it measure 5 feet 4 in-.hes long, 16 in'.-h-s
,le: p aud 13 inches thi.k: its weight- could not be
ascertained but -uiuppo'ed to be river I1i)i !i-. : its
powerful tail v-nas 1,i inch-. s across. After an h:hl
hour's frantic efforts to break the line, which was
cotton of the lati'eSt size, it took the roc:kr within
3 feet of where the boys stood andhad to be punch-
ed out with a pair of graius, a pa-sing 1.oatman
kindly assisted the boys in hauling the fih.

DEAn MR. LEi.-I understand that the 6erv ial-
portant question of the People's Steamrn-r will'pro-
bablyv come befce rIthe Huble H.,atse of A-s-eublv
n-u Monday next thie 4th pir.:-im, anwl that the".
Honble. Meralers of the Ho.m-e. or .1 iajiol'itv of
them u.,1' wei'-h!in t1he Tmi tt-fr iU t';itor of wh.;t ,it
first appt-eared to be ai larr-e ubsidMv. Fivu Tan.-rT
SAND POUDS per ye-ir f.or five yer,.;s but';-
into con-id,: ration that thur, boat i- to be built with
allmo-dern improvements, expressly fitte-1 for our
trade, aud a li knotit'-, just what we want to
convey our strawberries and other fruit, which
should be enu-onurag.ed, and that the e'ruiunin. of
this boat art' to be circulated throiuehout th, Is-
land, in-t.-'l of c-oi'h- r.)ihr d. 'nl- that this ::ilh-
aidy,' is surely tp:-viir,:- thi wvy for ai edur'I-tio)u of
nearly a.t least one-lh-li oi the present subsidiv- matter
thei, expiration of five y-irs. In moinuv c.,mutrip-i
they en.morag.e ship ownin-g I. paying the owners
a v.:ry lhii-_h 'aa,.uiut per t-..-, for 111l ve- .el-s uilt c-r
own:d. in the c :iutry, and as we have sce-ed t,
build or own shipr-., through eD-incourneiing outside
te-.amanr-n sund'-r whi. h we Ituvw 'tir little c,'ountrv
is -e-ttin -vet'y sh.-key. Why cannot our colon -.
allow, say i per t'in for five vears for a stearter
ti 1' bilt and e'pc.-iatly own-dl int the touutry, bh-
not Ie-s a ntitumber thiau 00) shsrehuolide,-.
0 O.O.W.

A '.p-," i,.f Mr. Trrjp,t'. at I ,. 'f .i, ...; A .t'- t.i
,, ... C ,-.'.
Los~O., Au.,'ust 23.--Mr. Chief Secre-
tary for Ireland. arrived iu Belfa-.t ti.,-d:.y from
Ledn.u. T .:M ayyor pr, :untel hint with n m .
(dress of welcome anud express-_- th,.- dsin- of the
re's'i.nt-i to tr,.n'tti:tu nMr. Treuv'', I.iuis in
his oiuetroms duties. Mr. Tcr-v.e-lynui, in reply,
* sa il it r-tould I.,e idle, to d,:iu" td.c exi-t'nce c-tf fur-
Ssonu:l ,lntaer in tiie t:-!-k of t-og-rniu.' hrelrnd. Thu,
remedy riua-inft outrtpg"s was to hnav. a trihiunutl
w hi,.h e u il lie- i. ist eid ti do judim:e i ithit t f ,n .r.
"V 0ien the- i.-ii peupl, ar:- euuviun'-]l th:r t h-y h. iv.-
a tribunal whi.h wiil i\-u n verjie;- ;i.u.r-liu.' ta! ,
the e>'ideiui'ce, it will h hiv. ,iu iiiftortrnt i etL--.-t.
Tho-e wlio expet'.ttia on'iuriati t uinrd"rs. to -'.-we
suiddenliy were .-xp.x-tiiig ,. iru:,-n,..,iility. Thiu
fixed public. of the Goverunmeut is to dlistintuith
between t riluimmal ,rud political a tI. Thiir, di] not

ctre to c'ru.-ern the-tni%-lv.i with p.liti-.-.d int-ctiiig,
but again-t ottrap-'s they Wet-reb ',t-riniu I to
Sw'agc uudyIiu aciti uintre-l:utiu- .ar The iitfiltn'k-
of Mr. Truvelyan were received with cIheers. Mr.
'rrecIely ina smiiet.-.tIVetly visited th:- Iroun\i.rks.
Fl,--- wt',- li'-.'..edl oin the- hl.-.,:5 ind on the
i vecl. in the bharbur iu ho,)ur ot the visit of the
t Chii ST'.ietary.
DtaurBL, Augiust 23.-At the close, of th1- Co(ra-
miis-.i.:a C'ourt to day, .ud'Lut. L:.wsou I ..i mpliuntet.... td
the jutoin on tth'.: way inu ri.-h th..y ha]d 'lil.haug-
ed their duties it cnviic:ti.,g in ev-,r- c'...- -:xcept
,one-., trfluin. oune w! ti-e'e wus fLic' gLirountd for
disagreeme-nt. He thought the Att,.irney-General
had exe-r'ci'sed wi- dicre.-ti)on in rMoi.-virg the ven-
'ue of recet-t trials in Dublin.
Of the -n p-ru-on- arre',ted for wconime.:ti't with
the muruil'r of tCh, Jo- '''-e f-.tuily, (Jon.-, iv,..
are named Joyce, four itre nvmed Ca-'-y, anudone is
name-. Plhilbiu. The Coroner's jiimn to-day fountl:
verdict of inurder by pi'-ois unknown.
It ik stated that Chirles J. Ki-.khain, th,-- Feniau
is dying of paralysis,

From P lt e 'lniled i.lttesa anuld E urope.

The Mail St-eauer **. Capt.-iin Fraer, vft (er
a beiautiftl rim of d5,3l hoi) .m New York, arritvel
at hb:r wharf in this T. )u Smanla:y nru'inag
lait at 9' o'hcl)::.
We are inde-bted to Cap' 'hi Fraser andi Mr. Pur-
-er Dauiour for files of N. i:rk paper of the 24th
Yellow Fever to a in al irming extent prevails
at Browuville, in Texas, as also at. Matamoras..
Tho Mexicans aie the chief sufferers. So-mne f.ew
cases have occurred at New Orleaus.
A slight frost at Halifax, N.S., on 20th instant.
Rufus Hatch aud party reached Chicago, re-
turning from their North-Western trip on the 21st.
Mr. Hoytr, one of the best known Mer--
chants of New York, died at his resideuce in that
City on the 14th instant.
The House of Commous was adjourned from the
17th August to the 24th October,
Mr. Parnell and Mr. Dillon were presented wi'h
the freedom of the city of Dublin on the lirh
In obedience to the wishes of hi physician, their
Prince of Wales, acompiui-d by the Princes%, ha.i
started for the Continent.
TonorTro, August 21.- l'tn:r's Pre,!'t'!..--
VVenuor writes to the Mfral predicting a severe storm
period on the lower lakes toward the end of the
present mouth and the entry of September. He
also predicts similar disturbances along the New
Jersey cornt, aud southward to and beyond Charle,.-
ton.u on the Atlantic coast.
Mr. Parnell was telegraphed '.l'ueday that tLh,.
Centr.d Land League Union of Philadelphia has
complied with his request and passed a resolution
udinLountenaucing any cwhe'ne to send men or mouey
to Arabi Pasha.
Mr. Loigh Smith and the other members of the
Eira crew have been rescued aud landed at Peter-
head, Scotland.
A letter from the Pope to the Irish Bishopi,
dated August 1, lias been published in Rome, His
Holiness expressing his profound regret that tranu-
iquility has not been restored in Ireland and that.
inurdlcers continue to b,' committed.
It was announced :. Hu:,ue of C.:mnui..ini
(Aux. Idi thitthe GO(verumjent had determined to
,-ousil-r the p.s').ilility of Cetowayo's partial r.--
storation with propersafeguards. It was al-o an-
nounced that the' Channel Tunnel question would
1..e ref-rre:- to a j)iut ounntaittee at the next sesiion
of Parliament.
A Paris disatch to the Central News say : Inu
conequeuce of thi:- intemperate protest, of 31. d-
Lesp,-ps the Fr-untli Goverument habs sent him au
.tti.iniul communication, inviting, him to employ pru-
dence and circumspectiol his language."
PowRTsa.',r-rr. August i.. -The troop-Lhip J[,i,,-
bari with 26 officer, andl 1,033 miurn drifted fur vari-
*-u-. regimeuts in Euypt sailh.d t.,-day. There was
great enthusiasm non the vessel's dep.irture. The
Qt2u-en will inspe:-t the ship from hr yacht a- it
passed through the solent.

The tiapnsipor Calabria, with cavalry, has arrived
at Port Said.
Ai.tmiiral Hewitt t,'k-2raphs from Sueza '.23rd) at
o'cl.'k tinti miorniun" as f.ullows: Yestert'la
Captain Hlastings, in e.oiniand of the searu'-n an i
mirine of the gunboats Seiagull and Mo-.quito, as-
'.iste-l by 2i0 Higiihlanul,-i, under Maijr Keley.,
pro'-e'l:-ed. to Shaluf by way of the Canai an:nl found
61.G .,f the enemy stro.uOly intruhed behJn.-i the
station. The English force lania:le, au, itd:ated
them, taking-r5 l pri--oners. a small cannon and a
.ilntitr- of irnin'ir,:lli iLLnad stores. O(tr los' was
two Hihlnauders drt-owined aud two eameu iwound-
Fd. The bauk oif the fr-esh water casual at Shaluif
was cut by the- eutnm.y, but it hiis b.:- u repair.d.
It is now nitarded. A brigade recouuoiteredt in
force at thli.. timun' and in the sa:uedtirection.
"The rench troop,-hip bhantock entered the
Canal this uoruing."
Sun-:, August 21.-General Macpherson, com-
ma:tudner A the Iudian outirni-ent, aud his -taff ar.-
rived her: thii morning.
Th.: Hi-'hlanders arirriedl the intreuehmenuts rt
Shaluf at th- point of the bayou:et -Seytmour tele-graphs from Ismailia to-
d.-iy tlIat N,.fi,:h vas .occupied without opposition.
ti"e enemy having fled.
LO)wDO:x, Au-t.ut 2'-2.-The ,t,'Y N:,'i has the
f'..ll.winr de-pat.-h ftroim it. coiTe.pondlrnt at Su / .
I have ju.-t returuned from Shaluf, where I wit-
nessed the -.onuclutou of the fight in which 250 of
our in'mn, inu.-ludin'-: Highlnuiers, blue-jaecket~ and
niarine1, brilliantly defeated twi.-e their number of
the enu: uy. The fight lasted from II o'clock Siun.
.1tyi utornine until nearly 5 in the afternoon The
firing of th- Hlighlau,.l-e, was reminrkable for 0ool-
neas anl st,iadinem... The gatlin-s in the top of
the giuubo. -t worked with admirable pre,:-.iioun aud
didli iji.:h -.eenttion ;norin- the eaeiny, who :i.l-
vaune:- to within a hundred yards of the bauk of
the c;unal The eneniy fnjight bravely. Thi'-r
comamonid, r v.wa- killed.

T'he S'-. C('tiacmaii/.ic.' in the lands of the Jr'are'rs
-I Report that the Fresh Water Canail Ihas ben
fut.--Ta'. "h 's/i col' .-es. tii o El!ish dem-inJs.
LonrrI.', Aug.. 23.-A dipUt-ch to Reuter's tele-
graph Company froml-'malia. dated yesterday, say :
' Since the engagemen:t at Shaluf the enemy have
left veiey 1u',siiion they held between Suez and Ii-
aniii:,'. a' : re rlttrt atius il 'icider toward
ZAdazi;'. '
The DTi'q! Tshj-raph'4 correspiutde-r al. Suez do'-s
not meritin the reported fight ft er.qp.-um. On
thu contrary, he ,.Tye tte enemy i, h .0o ditsorganizedl
to fight.
PorrT S't.,. Au. 2.. -The natives ;'t- nuw r,--
ttlrUit:. Ul re.sUuiig wnor;. It is r-p rut-.. ti'on
Isipii' a of tlie enemy, numbering,
abut .,0t men with ;gtin. has taken up a p',ititn
int tui'f .di.tut from there. The disonabarkamiorm
of tr. pm' nil m unition-, it is respected will h.e e. o-
pleted t >--in'..ror,ow
The Britis.h tiive captured Ruchdi Pa:ha, form-
St IvL r1, K.- lice's Mini -r of Fin:ne, aund Zulti-
kei' P-.di, f the Khedivts household, who hal
5ap'n.,i th.:.- c-'!'.u of Arabi Paskh. The militsrv
Police 1h w'u rri,'sted 1: Greeks who i-e'rc piliaginnx

in the Arabl ,uartur in Ismailia. Ton f the prisn-
oues were t. he waere tThe wter in the ftar-sR water
Canal i., falling perceptibly at Ismailia. Ir i-,
fearete that Arabi Ptni has d'ivt-rted its ,:.,irie.
The casual tomnpauy has ist.-i,.l a uotice i'qu..sting
economy iu th"e UB of the w:ateri'. T''? Arabs have
reucucitied Fort. Gheuilc-h. anud ate r-reetiug en-
troenchments in the vicinity.
The Govern mr-nt Sohuolnister arrive-.i from
C..ario on the i4th inut. H-e ste-, that torehl-ligh,':
pto: -Cssious pa-rade nightly, t0- men end boys call.
i:. ,n Allab to 4<.:nd de-ath tl the Engliqh ani al'
Christina do.s. 'rhe Coptic Archbishop, for fea -
(if his life, i .!oing all thit is dea nd'd0 ol bim b -
ArL'bi Pash a. Thr, latter is levying uii:' counribu
tions throughout t't, country. Every fellah mus
paI from 'wo t., :, pia--trs. ari ..u-!isag to hi,
posse,,-ions, half his u-attl., and a trnesure of wheat.
Midsbip-aun D.jhair (Ontin.:-a to be treated in
print. oly fashion b" his captors.
IsXArLTA, .Xtnu-lt '23.--Th' '.rnops now at Noftch
with the addiTida of three sq et.,'.r-ii of to H.- )uae.
boldU avalry, two guns, a decatchment of hussars

and mounted infantry, will march in the morning
to El-Ma gfar, on the fresh-water canal, about four
miles west of Nefich, leaving one regiment there to
guard the bridge over the Canal. Arabi Pasha has
25,0'0 men and 60 guns at Tel-el-Kebir. The
seventh Native Infantry has been ordered to Seo
rapeum from Suez. 4 is reported that the Egyp.
tions have cui the fresh wttec canal, but the sup-
ply of water 'will suffice for some time. Gen.
Wobls' ly intend pushing into the interior at once.
A tramway is being rapidly laid between the rail-
way station and the quav. The Duke of Counaught
and Plin,"e Teck arc- ashorr-. The report of the
fighting at Serapeum has been contradicted.
According to nuthentic information Arabi Pasha
ha- 23,,0i0 men at Kafr-el-Dwar. Large numbers
of men and 'on-stantly intrenching at Tel-el-Kebir,
and there is- little doul.t that. the big fight of the
war will occur there. The prisoners taken at Sera-
peunim .-n Mond.y report that many of the enemy's
wounded died during the retreat across the desert
to Tel-el-Kebir.
KANTARA, Anu. 23.-Two offleets who have come
in;,report that there are 3,000 Bedouin cavalry in
the vicinity of Kantarn. The British forces now
hold the Suez C'anal throughout its entire length
and they have an abundance of good water.
ALr-:saatA, Aug. 23.-The Austrian gunboat
Nautilus, bond from Port Said to Alexandria,
passed Aboukir on Monday. The commander, see.
inug the white flag flying on the Aboukir Forts,
supposed thit they were in possession of the British
and seut a boat ashore with an officer and 12 men,
who were made prisoners by the Egyptians. The
Austrian Admiral has sent the Nautilus back to
There is increased signs that Arabi Pasha is re-
tiing from Larf.el.Dwar. Fires were observed
last evening in the neighborhood of Aboukir and
Karf-el.Dwar, and it is believed that part of the
Egyptian foice is burning the villages either dur-
ing or prepetory to a retreat.
A system ot signals between Arabi Pasha's camp
and Alexandria has been discovered. During the
night the enemy have thrown up entrenchments
on their extreme right, across the sands toward
Lake Aboukir, probably in consequence of the
movement of the Highlanders, on Sunday, which
threatened to outflank them. It is reported that
large bodi's of Bedoutins have crossed the desert
from iripoli to join Arabi Pasha.
The Nile ii riinug rapidly, and will soon over-
flow its banks. The inundation of low points has
CoN-rTaNritoPLE, Aung. 23.-The hesitation of the
Sultan to ratify the military convention with Eng-
landu is sai. to be principally due o the receipt of
anonymous threatening letters from Syria, Arabia,
and Egypt. Alamingu rumtori are current hEre to-
d-y that the Pore has -recived unfavorable dis-
patches. from the Syrian Governors. A Christian is
reported to have been assassinated at Beyrout, and
several others are said to have been maltreated at
that place. The Druses of the Labanon have at-
tacked several Maronite villages. The Governor of
Damascus has asked for strong reinforcements.
Ahmed Essad Effendi, the Sheik.l-Islam, in an
interview with Lord Dufferin, the British Ambass-
ador, yesterday, explained the orisrin of the Egyp-
tian revolt, with the object of showing that the
Sultan had not contributed thereto. He also de-
clared that the Sultan regarded Arabi Pasha as a
;elhel. The Sheik paid Lord Oufferin a second
visit to-dly. Lord Dufferiu announced that he had
received in-ltt utlions from hi- Government to sign
ilje dr:tift cf the military t:onv,-nlion as agreed upon
bet ween himself and Said Paha on the lSth instant,
and which had been left as a subject for further
consi.-Rration. .11r. Sandison, S.-cretary to the Brit-
i-h Le-iatiun, had prevri.osy conveyed the same
intelligence to the Sult-n at bhe Palace. The inter-
view"s betwe.:o the Sheikh-ul.Islam and Lord Duf-.
f- rin, it is understood, have helped to olear the situ-
ation. L'-rd Dufferinu ,ave the Sh.ikh reassuring
explanations in regard to the intentions of England.
Lord Dufferiu will havo an interview with Said
Prsh-ti to-night, wheu, it is boped, the military con-
rentiou will ba dtinitelr concluded.
In consequence of the representations made by
Loid Dufferin, the Porte has authorized the expor-
tation of mules from Smvruna for British servi,. in
Egypt. The Sultan bas authorized the 1-at.ot,
whi,:h had been suappiessed for publishing news
hostile to England, to resume publication. Two
Austrian Lloyd stearaers, with Turlkish troops on
board, have passed Rhodesl, steering south-asat.
Haidsr Pauha, iorulerly Ezgytian Ministerof Finance,
en invitation of the Khedive, will starr for Alexan.
dria by neceial steamer.
LONDON, Ailt. 24.-A c:rr,-pondent at Madiid
hears in ihe official ,ircled tInht the lovernuient has
determieJd i.. exp-ir.'.3 qi willingness to join with
Russia and Germany in protesting against the pro.
tection ut the Suez (anal being confided to the Brit.
ia The desire id for Spain to be admitted, under
the prolec-tion of the Eastern powers, to the confer-
'--ii hcAbu tlhe powers again diii-eus, the anbject of
the eanal. A ufiinjrity f .Spatniards, however, are
indiflf:rent to foreign polities. feeling more concern
at. the terrible drought which has destroyed the
greater part ol the hbir.estr and seriously threatens
the vintage.
LONDON, Aug. '4 -A h'tr.vy gale prevailed
throuiighu,,it Englanid to day.
In the eletiou tfor the seat no the House of Com-
mona for the IHaidiugton Bu'rghs, made vacant by
Ihe tesignua;ion of Sir David Wedderburn, (Liberal)
Mr. Stellar, the Liberal candidate. was successful,
be having received 833 ruti-s, against 544 votes for
Mr. Karr, the Consuervative eandidate.
CETTINJE Aug. "'3-Prince Nikita, having or-
dered the discoutinuunce of reliet to refugees Irom
Bosii, 2.300 refulngees, all carrying ai mn, have been
obliged to. leave the principality,

l)uJ,., August 16.
?.Ii. E D.iyer (.";ray, met-mlnebr of Parliament and
pr'ipriet..r of the Fir' j.i,/'. ,.r,-.i.', wava to-day
,..iittnie'l to three uonth'.' ieprisunment, and to
pay a tine of .I ,dtt, for t-onteampt of court in pub-
lishing' letter i)f oMr. O'Briu.n, eilitor of (.,Wftrd
If.,.j,, a.;,:.iu-ing the jr'y i-ich convicted Francis
Hync:a of the under of John Doloughty of being
drunk *,u the- tiglil pieO.itti in. the day their vetr-
(lhat wa' .'iv-n, and rn arti,:le >tomenting thereon.
Mr O'Biun ;,uitl Ml. Dlititt were iput out of court.
Mr. Grai, aft'r l.eing .enteunce-d, was handed over
to the ,uastoly ut the city :orouer. The latter
evinCt-.d s.:me reluctauic t., take ,:h.irge of .him, but
Judge L.iwson c.'lk-d up'-,u Wit- tut do his duty.
T'le coroner, who-e int-rventiu wai necessary be-

,-aue Mr. r.-' y is high terif of the ity of tub-
liu, thtna -ouv,<:-d th le pri-.oner to the' Richmond
Prit'on. Air. t-.'ry, at tue expiration of his term,
iaust rind rur:-tiek-s-hinui-.-lf tfi.-r 4.oi0., ind two
otih.-re, inuhc ri off .2,t0ou eah-n. Th ,. decision of
thL,- courz has caused a great sncusation in the city.
Judge Lawsou refused to., adjourn the case to allow
iMr. Cray to be i ,:-teAt-utedi by couh i -I.
The following proclamation, signed by Mayor
Dawzon ;cudi Me.,tsr. Parunell, Dillon aud.Davitt,
h:s3 been isu-. :
Di.reLt., Aulgust 16.
t'itde:rn, ,f Ai''ii*n .
Without offering any ionament upon the sentence
p'.s-.ed up.:- the Hon. E. Dny,:r Gryw, we deem it
ouir duty to invoke the people to auainain .Sdlnes
and a digLufied detu.-'nnour. 'We tare expressing the
wishes uf Mr. iv Gray t ouii. e-LiUn.. our fellow citi-
zeu- to a-isrin from any u'-itherin2-- in the streets
that might lead to' a bread. of ti c pace. We re-
quire only calmness and temperan,'e- it the present


emergency. Lindit-d-i' ithousa.uds of visitors
kept the pea-ce in Dublin yesteid.Ly. Let .. iti-
zens show equal prudr-c, sand s,'.i.-,ntt.'l.a thi-
LoNDo, Aumaust 17.-In tile House of L',ointiou
this aft,:.rnoon the 'p'-..ker read a letter from Jlud,,
Lawson a.un,,.lniu,.i the euumit'al of Mr. (i'.y.
Mr. Gi.,dtone statt'd tlint precedcuts in c.tas-
imiil.'r to that of Mr. (ri-v -how tiht thi t.iiioint-
i-ent of a committ-.o is the pr.ijr co.ur-?. At tli,e
pie,-nrt lperiold of tin. sea-s i:., h.w' -:i'r, it is too larr
to secure the 'l.:,iintrUeut of -.' .p:'esnrati- ..:'*m-
muittee. Hie di.i not, Inre.vcir, iui:,ov any way in
whi,'-l the e:o>ttti te-t, -odnll ,i l.a-.;e Mr Gr:v if
they wished to do so. He- tIlr-t're ma.i.te a puie-ly
normal motion that the letter of Jud.e Lr t-...n be
placed on the table.. A p-s.-in ief.-n.-e r Mlr.
GindItou'. to an n.lilr'-.s t:, the Crul A f tot ] -
inmioral of Judge Law-n:.n :o ie- O:f the' p',-illr- al-
tMnTative:. courses wni, rec'eired b I i.'-d ,'h'.e fr'.ra
the Irish m-imbrhi.r.
Mr. Sexton attackedd Judg-:. Lawson for pr.:t ent-
ing Ir. Uray from making a d,:fene. H e.r1i'l that
the prop',i.-l of Mr. Gladstou-: is simply a mn:: us .i
defer the matter until! Mr.Gray'.term hasn xi.ired.
Mr. J.ohlson suil nlow that thi stritmi ut iel:-'
tire tu the druulkeinen of the jury that ':.uviit'.d
HIniyes had beeu repeated iu Parliamr.nt. Eartl pta-
cer. Lord Lieutenat utof Ireland, w-iuldl inve,,sti.atc
it with i.-grd tr,' the i".tryig out of tht
,-i .:uct,-l p-Aits.e:l upon IIy ':s..
LoTL'oON, August '19.- l'reae men while working
on a boycotted farmn acar Boyle, were il'-ed at.
One of them named Cr:.ttney, was, it is fei.ared.
mortally wounded.
DueT ,Liu', Augurit Jl'.-Onue i(f the twoo boys who
were wounded .t the time thle Joyce f.niily weri-
murdered near Crg, has died of hi, wuuds. IH:
wa only fourte-en years old. The other boy, who
is but 12 old, is in a vwry protrate condition. lie
states that the aiss:issins, who were disg-uised, numi-
bered four or tire. Joycr'rs mother was otvcr SU
years of ape. Part of her body was devoured Iby
dogs bofourc htr corpj-, wa-, dis, overe,1. Th-e ,]ihote
in which the family lived pre.-ontsi a shock ng pe.'-
t-icle. The Ibodies of t':' vi, tini lie on their floor
rilddled witli bul'ts .kt'd ni agl.-:l ai if they bhai.
li.-en batteri'd .,itl :t haiunir. The. inturt-r wi,,
the I'Jost hoTribl.e that has ever di-graoed even lie-
land. Fou' pe'rsonas have been arrested ou -uti.i- ion
of bh-iug' .oucritt-d in th!e ?iard-,.'-.
TPALEEr., Aui'nt '21.-A tfaieri named Lechy
was .shot dead uear '- -aruey last evening Iby a
party of M:iounligihte-rn. Lcahy waii dragged ftiom
his i,:d by ai atnued party.
LoyNo., Aueu,4nt 21.-A deputation oft Irih
meimber-s of parliament will be -ent to Ameri,-a hy
the Dublin Mu-sion House Coumlittee to- the i'--
lief and "r.,tctiioun of Evi:t:.-d Tenants to s.(tun'-
:assistitiue. A (conierenu-ce .f th,? C.lti'' Confl-etia-
tion will be held to cunsider the Ibeat mean >if a-
siatiung the moveint-ni.
Lomelo,. AoiL'u.t 21.--A dit.patch M',.-1-
biurne t io Reute' bTerle.gria (m 'upauy nay" : Ar.h-
biship (,,.iold, of tlh,:- lum an C'arhli.' (,- '.'i 1 -,
has been shot at and slightly wounded. Ili -i.-
tisalant has been arrested. He i., unme O'Farn'ell
and he is a brother of tLhe man who attempted to
assatsiuate the Duke of Edinburgh at Sydn,:.y in
March, 18,1S.
Later reports show that the murder of the farm-
er Leahy near Killarney was more like a military
execution than a' murder. rhe leader of the party
.ii!ed upon No. 1" to fire. He did so and badly'
wounded Leahy. The leader then ord,:r d -*N,,.
I"' to fire. Thi- bhot alr.o touk teffert. "No. 14''"
v'ia then summroned to give the co- ip ,1. qr'e. Thi-
w:iv the last shot fired. Leahy remained alive h:til
ani hour after being shot. Five young men, so:n.- ,
of farmers, have been arrested on suspi.'ion ,if com--
plicity in the murder.
DuBLiN, A.ugust 22.-The C' police havc-
fotund three eye-witnese ts ti)tl11, mass.t.-re of thi-
J,..v u priso.-ert, andt another witn .-s ha? ideutilie.i
liu.. of the ten as ,having' tI:ed overhe-ard l.lottinf.
the murder.
The p h e of 'Cong have fouled vour persons who.
tt.iriug that their own ,elativc were ahout tto ')b
attacked, followed the murderers of the Joyce f.i-
auily from a house where they had a-ssembled to
Joy':e's house, and heard the bhri;ek- of the t iieim.
MADRID, Aug. 23.-lt is officially announced that
all vessels arriving from Manil% will be quaraminimd
--u account of the prevalence of cholera there.
SoPHIA, Au.. 23.-The position of the Bulgari:a
recently placed in a etate of siego has been divided
into four districts, each under a military Commis-
sioner. An active wembar of the Liberal PTirty has
be-en arrested at Verna. General Haiilbars, Minis-
ter ot War, hass goue to Ru.sia on a furlough.
Har'1o aTH Iturn Tnnonn.--J,'i. '.,r'. /iF.<.,
A.-, it 22.-William E. Fitzpatrick, who claitma to
be the heir to the throne of Ireland, has been writ-
iug to3 Mr. Gladi-tone, the British Premuier. to uie
upon his roy.l .mister, Victoria, that she renounue,:
lih-r title to his country. He does wit appear to be
a erank.
DlE&ar IN 'iRE ALPr.-OG.era,, At-y'isf 16.--Dr
Gobat. an Engli-himan, left Zentatt on Friday last
witi t wo guaide-s to ascend the Dent Blanche. All
there, were found dead on Sunday, having fallen
from a precipice. This is the fourth aeeident
of a nimilar characterr that has occurred this sr.t-
THB "'" ox PABLAMY.N.T'5 Worix.--Lo.i,;.,', lS.-The Tenaf' concludiing review of ....
work of Parliament says: The Goverument do
not unow present the strength they showed two
yeal, ago, but Mr. Gladstone's energy tnd spirit
,re apparently unaubdud either by reverse or by

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The Old Building,
Fornurly used as an Eutertainment kEoom.
The Roof coveringg is corrugated Iron, with
Iron tie bars and strutS.
The sides, ends and flooring of Wood.
A lafAlK4 PEtSS
of six compartments.
The Purbhaser will be required to find sure-
ties in the sum of !0 sterling, for the com-
plete removal of every part of the building
from the Grounds of Mount Langton, within
twenty-one days from date of Auction.
J. H. M. RAE,
Colonial Surveyor.
Hanulton, August 26, 1 i82.
"Colcnist" once.


1R. H. would respectfully inform the Pub-
lic that the above School will be Open.
ed on
Monday, September 4th,
1882. at 9 A.M.
F,. Terms and other particulars apply at
the School, No. 4, Wesley Street.
Hamilton, August 23, 1882.-


have received my usual supply
.1..' 9 A -:A -. A ...... |1 1 ---. I- AI.

Captain Frederick C. Robinson, R. N., has been o 1the atove rticle, and wound respectlunly
appointed Commodore at Port Royal, in the vacancy request that those who have engaged their
occasioned by the death of Commodore E. White. SELD from itne, will please call early and ase-
The following extract" from the London G,O.'e cure tl.eir respective quantities.
of the Sth instant:-* Royal Irish Rifles"-The JOHlN F. BURROWS.
promotion of Lieut. J. S. Gausien to the rank of
Captain, is caneelled ; Lieut. Henry James Seton, Ilattiltun, 2Sth August, 1882.-4
to be Captian vice H. H. Stuart, promoted, dated
2wth April, 1882 ; Lieut. G. S. Ganssen to be Cap- Tl S b1 ib- .
tain vice F. Graham, appointed Adjutant to the 6th I .e JlSubscriber

Pattallou, dated 15th May, 18"2.
Colonel Cox, R.E., is expected to leave England
on 1.4 proximo to take up the duties of Command-
ing Royal Engineer, Bermuda, vacant since the
departure of Colonel E. C. A. Gordon, R. E.
To ('ohrSPOtn'nENs.-"Another Presbyterian"
in uil 11 .-xt.

BIRTH, at Rose Hill, Paset, on the 24th inst.,
thl Wir- of J. H. Trimiugham, Eaq., of a D Gtron-
..,..., on July 18th, the WIFE of the Rev.
Charles E. Stewart, Re(tor of St. James, High'er
Brouihton, Mainchester, of a SoN.
....... at Admiralty House, Halifax, N.S., on
Ith, lthu instant, the WIrFE of Sir Leopold McClin-
t .r-k. the Naval Commander-in-Chief, of a D.auean-
rE r..
....... August ;:h, at Bridge Cottage. Ra.meton,
C'imuty Donegal, Ireland, the WarE of Shaldhaum S.
C. lii:1l, Esq., R.N., of a Som.
.....' ,t Harlem, New York, on the 20th of
A.gih it,itr,st.,tho WIFE of Cha lesa M. Conyers, Esq.,
V. -a i -. -
......, on the llth July, at 4 Lougdale Road,
Grecenwich, England the WIFE of Charles W.
Baillie, R.N., F.R.A.S., of a Son.

Notice. I w York .Mail Steamer.

The Ladies Aid of Flatts S HE ST/MER
,,holding a riuoco,'
. rmTTT-Tr n r r .t IVill /ea'v thei Port a/ Hamilton

iln i t-L _j_ S I. I N exit,
:\l.-t lu-stant, '
41n thegioainds a-ijac.:nit to the New B. Al. E
Churih, Sbelly By., and for th.- b-.uilt of
said Clhurch.
Thb..t,. will be cxbibitedr for sale a choice *e-
leption of FANCY .ARTICLE r and a ull
supply of well pirspared efre.shiments, &c.
3fLs:ic by the ** Mozart BHo..n."
;te top'n a t, 2 o'c.locek, p.m.
A1luis',sioun 3 ,.. Children .
Flitl., Aug. 26t, S1"2.


in :a, i I ...i'e. .-N --'ovc e2an,;, at iue Ri.
1. l-.. '-elhool, Somerset,
On lhursd y and Friday
*?' l,e the ;: -t .; \ ,.a~: it and let ':.ptcnib r.
,w esrr ;>, \IW.!.-t .1, IS~' 1 pd .


In consequence of the ** Hamilton Regrta "
taking plane on the 1st Sept., proxiiuo, w-
itav,, POSTPONED the

'" Sporting Regatta," Somerset Bridge.
until the folk:wiung FRIDAY, viz..

By order Sailing Committee.

SoiLm-rset ridgeg, 23rdl Auglit IStA .

The lice .i!! m'ni-t f i -t d 2nd
Ping y !: ;,'.,A-s
T u...' h i \:l !i, t n fitted.
r'e l',;-'u iia ; : ....emsted six-.Jat.1 L i. ace
lie' .,ve, Nr lr- i.i and Sou'i End crews of

Enhati ancfl e -F r I',r e .ch lou-l 10 No iHm;t i1
allowedd o s ail's ill- (I in or Propiri-.ur
shaiill saubhtii m .3 ij 1h f-ro.i
All Boats lt i. Ii'e-rt-i ty the t e S it \,~,,i.','
at Soni-rset Bridge, anl.I 'ie,..s,'l by tn,
The kind patronage of the P1b.ic i:a GuLI..l- tl
and our friends are solicited to aid n, in
ii-g out a fine day's pnert.
A BAND of Music will be in attendance.
Further particulars apply to W. J. 'iTu'.KEI:
who has been appointedI to receive any amount
which may Le conuaibuled, or to
Secretary of ".tiling Comnui'tue.
Angusi 2P, 1682.


Notice !

The Undersigned has just received
per S. S. Ori,,noco" from, Tonriffe vi Nuw
York, h;s usua! supply of Roid and WIi'e,

The ame will bL ready for delivery in a few
3 ean 5 (,taen Sires'.
Ilamilton, August 2V, 18S2.-3

-'es unaa aD
-^ .-a 1-- ea

'['The Undersigned has just received
his annual Supply ofl
Red & White Onion Seed
From Tenerifft- per 8. "' ( rimco." Pur-
chaser can obtain the same at Mes--i. -i. W.

WALKER l & Ut., Ilan

28th August, 1882.--1


For AJ'eu' York,
At 11,

".! s( Ii-t a,.?,.

And will wait iti GrO V B .y ,intil
the .i '. i d le.p.,Ihed at I I'.n. mni-er wne'.
To -!,ave New V ork fir nA t-an on 7th Sept., Specie orn Freight and Pa,. Nels vi!l be
received unil ; ti p.m., Wciediixeiay, S0th is.timt.
diill's of L.i.t f!ir Fr,.-ight will be si't.ed
until 10 a.u., :it li,st,
i''-e2,ag.r t:,;ge will be reouove.1 at 10-301
a.m. 31it intairt.
hIl,; i o.'i, Heriir uda, '>rn Aut 'ust, l8"'.
S'*olonaist copiy.

Teneriffe Onion Seed.

The Undersignedhas received frum
Tenm-riffe ia New" York,l his ,nsual Supply of

S\\I:eh wi l i re ul)y or d -inry this w.
Ismiltion, lu.;ust 28S, 182.-2 ., pdl

Teneritfe Onion Seed.

'"lihu LTndersigned has received a
Supply of the above Article,
Vt\\ .e!l iti otler', at a r, asitanie rafe f. r CJs A
l'erso',s *'h..) have -nigaged will please call ear-
i itiillonr,, -\ ; ,.n t i .'.- 3

Recent Arrivals.

.I,tI -IlM .-'. &a ,.. ,..,
l. I.-', ilurnere, Chliinum s and Wicks
"1' \LiNG TOl'(I WEfI N(
si'uiIN:'iG ..i .i 'i ['I'N co'r roNS
!'PH1NT4 .Cn-i,.Im r l'ee m (;)0)4
i'L \NN 'I.';S (C,toa i'launiel L \VWNS4
L \1 :l'.-4 ',i t !) :; '.-SES in -I- Y
-, n r. a w (,Chiiid Ct fn's Ila.d.,i-Imo .SUi I'"
FA\CY t;'t;0 JB.t .CKl,: ,'. I S .,
Superio!r T.I and COFi'n *,
nt u 'll It e i a d ra,a;: l.
A another lot of those aitn'xcelled
Og'L )i)YE4'' wiah fit-
lings, &C.,
5 S'I'LG Ll C I &c.
.',il l !." i i.. for i .: ?.S

5. 7 ..uid t Choire, -,,
Oppo-it- Me.l Ieh ni Iall1
liamilt .,, .ugusi '2\, le...--l

The Undersigned
Ilae ju-st rtreiv.i,. per nn, ,ru" an; .ffor for
'., sa 1
I ;; GA s U '14i" 111, N
.00 I ,h t:,ch.
tanjilion, Augus"t 29., I '1e

Portland Uoim'ent.

225 Barrel. Gilliugharn Portland

nalton, and at ninny Siors MIXUN%
Expected in a feti' days ex Ship .ib." from
L London niad from Sto e. tr -ile liy
BRANo! S3L.L 314STRdS.
Hamilton, Augiust 28, I382.-3 pd

150 Quarter Bales HAY
60 Bags BRAN
S Will be sold Cheap For the Casha," to close
a Consignment.
lHamilton,. 28th August, id821.-2 3p

J. Al. Ale N eill & Co.
GI Front. Street, -1,o
Are ready to take Orders ; Geta's
White Dress Shi,-ts,

Has received advices of the Ship- --Measure takt-ii ind Fir '.
men to Newt York por 6. S. C'an.ida" of his IWt i -
me o Supply of ALnteO,
IA L tr-- Vbsortrnent of
'le a'a:.a haJ arrived but too late for GU ods Wages 15/ per week with Cottage. All of the latest design.
to be pita on board the ()rinoco." None but so-ber indIstri'o men need apply. r S:.anpli. of ilnsoner, o. hanml.
S. J. PE.iiiiIAA. W. H. PENIS I'ON, For reference to tit apply to
Shelly ly, AIugust 2S, 18L.--l Paynter 'V.a. .. JM. McNEILL & CO.
-.....- .A- August 29th, 1882.-2 liimil o', \to ist 2.1 18-;'.*
For Sale ....---_
S P A S ,N g IL NOTICE. Just Alerived per Schr.
--- .*atv L. Diunn,"
Of the Diugy Boat Marion." rpHE Person who took away. through mis-
Miain-ii,, 6-et x\ 20J f-Ft. I take, from the Odd,1 Fellov-,' Hall, in thi nd offrd l by t U gn
I;ib :2(. ft x 12 fIet. Town, on the evening of the eth instant, -right Onion Box MA 'TERIAL
All new ; nd be s.)'! ve.y chlap f ir (Cai. A Lady's Black Cloth J.-'lKE T, Tomar o Box END' & LATH:'-

August 2i8, 18-2.-1

'ile.,se apply to)


will oblige the UnOdel-ignel by returning the-
same to himu.
Pembroke, August 29, 1I,-1S.
Pembroke, August 29, 1l38'2.--!

A.il1 a smarill quantty of V-. .li e LU[M-
Hamilton, Aug. 29, 1$12-.

New Government House.

PERSONS desirous iof ompetiang in thet
preparation of a Design for NEw Gov-
ERNMEN.r HtouIE are invited to obtain further
in'oruma'ion regarding extent of accornmoda-
tion and getieral arrangt,,ement at the Off,..e of
The following will h1,a require 1:
Plan ........ ............. 15 feet to an inch
Ti-anaoverse and Longitudinal Sections do.
Elevations of each Front .... do.
General Speciflvations.
Approximate E.tirate--vwhich should not ex-
e.'el '0tO.
These De-sins ani Documents to be deliv-
ered at the Colonial Survayor's Otfice ,n or L.:- the 30th .,'eptu-.,br, I1VS2.
The Drawings ar,; not to bear any name or
distinguishing mark whatever on any pait of
them: the Designer's unamr iq to be enclosed
on a separate Slip of Pape:r, and a number will
be assigned to each DesignL bs it received.
Noncoiiplianee with thiQ regulation will dis-
qualify Competitors.
The BOAUD OF" WoRKS will not bind itself
to the selection of any of the Desigas submit-
ted--but if a Design i, worthy of Selection
the successful Compettitor will receive an
award of 20.

Irt in 'r i

By C

J. H. .I. UR E.
Clerk to the Board.

Hamilton, Bermuaa,
August 29. 1832.
aoZctir & C(oloni.t 2 insertions each.

Commissariat Office,
HAMLTrov, 26th August, 1842.
I, Senior ommissariat Oic:-r will receive
TENDERS in duplica':- up to 12 o'clock,
noon, on
The 1Jth September, 1882,

Flour for the War
Department for a period of 12
months, commencing lIst November, 'S2.
Forms of Tender with all information can
be obtained. I : ie hours of 10 a.m.
and 2 on a written or personal
ppli ...... the Senior Coummisariat Offi-
cer, tp to the day previous to the opening of
Tho Senior Co.'mnissarizt Officer reserves
the right of ,ejcting ,iny or all of the Ten-
A. C. G.,
s Senior Commn'-sariat Officer.

To the Public.

T hereby notify the Public of Bermuda that
the Notice, over my signature, dated the
the 29th July, '! 2, and published iu th
R" oyal Gazette" of the let. bth -nd th in-
stant, was not intended by ,nf t-i ci nvey
any imputation against Mri. JAMES BURCH'S
character and integrity.
n.,uilLon, 'SRt!i August, 1882.-2


. ,.. .L.). Zi PE.NIS7TO V'S
Supply ut Onion SEED has Just Arrived, per
Crinoco" and will be ieady for delivery
on Thursday n. -t, th.- l3st.instant. by
at the Reaid-nI'-- ot'W. R. P.Nisiow, FlAtis.
August !'19th, 1'2.

) union Seed.

T E Undersigned begs to inform Parties
-'h, have engageld EED front him, that
thae >.'-', arrived in London, on 9th instant,
and wiil in all r'rbability be here by next
" Orinoco." List still open, Parties desirous
13 aeeuring a real good Article will please call
Devonshire, Aug. 2 18h2.-2 3 p.
---- ---- a

EFxp.eltd to arrive daily at low rates.
Hamilton, August 29, 13832.-3 3p

I WOILD re'pectfrully request a SETLLE-
.VlENi' fi all I.1,S for Prof-ssional Ser-
vices to !I)o:oiaber :31st, 1S81, by the end of
this present nlon.h.
D. V. S.
Reid Stre et, Ilanilton,
ug.usI~21, iS2 --2 3 p.

JoaeS de'Amaral, Gtorge Aldeii, S'amual Bur-
chal, T B Bean, Martha Baird, Isabella Butterfiold,
Schr Gdilden City," Brig Dauphue," Elizabeth
Darrell, Caetano Domingo,, 'Tho1 Darrell, AutonioJ
d, Freoitos. James Gosliug, John \W" Greidl, James
Grant, Charles Gordon, George A Harley, A Jones,
Louisa F King. Antonio J Luiz F W Marshall,
Schr Wm Martin," Jane Outerbridge, Adora
Outerbridge, Henry H Paekwood, Wiu Robinson,
A H Ruse. Tom .smith. Anthony Smith, BHnjamin
\W smith, J T imith, Ba!!a Smith. C(ha- E Scott. H
Siow, C D Soares, John Sreph..'n.'n, Henrietta
Wilson, Tli<'s Walman, R E Webster
FICE 1ST. GEORGE' ; th Au us', 1i?2.
Liazi Praidi, Barque." Gay H-teai," Edwatd Ood-
.lard, M Kelsall, Baique "" Mindi." W -mit a, Wil-
liam Nealscu Smith, Lydlia Turker, *Mas Travers
ooper's 1l-s4'la), rebr "' Wiillhiam Martin.


~ER't1T)\.UOY GA Z E rTE.


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

At the Lowest possible prices.
West Reid St., Hamilton.
August '?2, 18S2.-3

Seeds! Seeds!!

Just Received at C. iH. Robinson's
No. 45 Front Street, a I'rosh supply of

which may be obtained at a low rate.
Hamilton, Bda., 15th August, I-$2.

Mi 's. Green's

A'IRS. GREEN having made extensive alter.
ationu- in her Ilotel accommodation ru-
spectfully 0o!icits the IPatronnag of LADIES aWid
Refreshments supplied at any hour.
Reid Street, Hamilton, (
June 12, 1882.

For Sale,
1 Extra Light Top B UG G P
13 Us. Od.
1 Spring Side B3R?, just painted
and trimmed 21 Os. 0(1.

1 Elliptic Spring Ditto,
nearly new J25 Os. O0d.
T h p Pe, at
Harness and Carriagoe statlishlinent.
Hamilton, August 8th, 18-2.
THE assortment of Silver Jewelry, consisting
of Brooches aud Ear Rings, Bracelets,
English and Cooley Hangles, Lockets, Nick-
els, Studs, Sleeve Buttons, and Vest Chams,
&c., at Child's. Was never more complete.

Early Rose Pota-

The Undersigued ofier for sale ex S. S. Orino-
109 Barrels Earlb Rose

In prime Condition.
Hamilton, Bermuda, August 15, 18-2.
("CHILD's Jewelry Store is Head Quarters
'J for Waltham iWatches in gold or silver

Imported for a Society.

12 Very Fine Black Broad Cloth

Frock Coats,
Warranted well-in.ile, 1 teit Eu.nlihi style and
the best i. ': tos,-r.

12 Diagonal

A X 1)
F 'rock

Coats, same

tjiak : -
The above were inip-ited iby speci1' order, but
the parties that gave the order now say that
thy'v want ,M..rning Coat.i, iot Frouk .'o;tb--
lientce wt- decide to Cilear )ut the aiiie at a
liargain, ii tt-e next ten days, ifl' nr sold by that
time they ~ili be reshippcd.
"'I',e Clotlriems.
Th'e Eii.p.-ioiu, 47 Front t'treer.
J:i e L 7, I,. '.

For Rent,

In the Town of Hamilton.
Possession given 11th of August.
Apply to
Ha,'ilton, July 21, 1882.

Be'-iweeni t1e own of Hamilton
and Piospect Camp, and within ten
minutes walk of the latter,
A Comfortable

r-cently put in thorough Order with a very
productiv,- little Garden attached.
Please apply at the Royal Gazette" Office
jor further particulars.
lqatiilfon, Aug. 21, IS ".

Cheap Reading.
A iew copies of the SUNBE,,M
Rece:v,.d ti'tu London and oi Sale at "-Royal Ga-
i- e:te" Stationery Store.


Il n, .Iut Pec' i. ed fro In E g'and, a nice Lot ol'
consiiiling of
Mousta.nie CUPS & S.\UCEi'RS
:'iU(C.S BOWLS Bud Room ;ET.-r
Egg C U l'S. &e., &c., &c.


By Lait Steaincr,
Ox TONGUES, &e., &c.
Erl t & Victoria Sts.,

The Undersignued will take three or four Cows
to Past ure.
Persons having them. put them out.
as above, will please address
West Warwick.
Warwick, August 21, 18!52.--2

For" Sale,

All COMPLETE. Price only 4.
Diaiaet.'r of Drum 1 inches.
Apply to

Queen Street, Auction Room,
6th August, 1882. _

Strawberry Plants

Persons desirous of obtaining
Strawberry Plants.
Of the very best kinds for Bermudian cultiva-
tion, for the purpose of raising fruit for the
New York Market, will please l.-ave their Or-
ders at the Office of the Undersigned, 23 Front
Street, (Up Stairs.)
The Plants will be specially selected.
Terms exceedingly mode.te.
None will be sent for excepting those o0-
HTamilton, June 27, 1SS2.
Lime Lime !! Lime I !

LIME burnt with Cedar Wood
and Coal, can be purchased at the Kiln
in this Town from one bushel to 25 at 9d.;
for all orders over' 25, special arraugeauets cann
be made.
(III application at "Itoyal Gazette" Office.,
llamillou, MaY 15th, 12.

0(y Arrangements for delivery to any part
of the Island can also be made.


Horses, Carriages and
'Carts for Hire.
The Undersigned having a ti rut in lhe above
Linie-i'arriagea CoiLforitfuable, Ilorses uirL ,nd
Driver itead', res-pecifilly slicit a ihare of
the PuIlic Pu 'aroimge..
Nerr the hkeeto.,, 'P:,eI.
July 24, 1882.-6 ni

HHILD can supply you with a reliable Clock
from 6 / to .5. All Warranted.

Li'velp'iaoll, .acen01to. o'!!, doli,
anii New loirk.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprises
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonrinmg
to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
ing the port of New York. They are built en-
tirely oft iron and steel, except the merely de.
curative parts, are divided into water-tigiht
and fire proof compartments, and 1rovid-ed
with everything calculated to add tul theii
safety, and to the comfort and convenience of
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (all
on the main deck) .re unusually large, light,
and aiIy. Ihe table and general appoint-
meits conmlare favourably with th,!-lest hot-:!,
in England.
One if these steamers will sail from Newv
York every Saturday, 1or Queenstowvu and
Liverpool, and weekly fuor London direct, tIror
New Pier 39 North Rivr:'. Rates of pas-age
in currency :-To Qu,niistown ind Liver ,ip:ol,.
S.-u to 170. To London direct. (Vi,:toria D.:.-.:s)
$.30 to i60 ; ,-xcursion tickets $1100, currency ;
tv'erlag; passage $26, currency. For fiurtl-r
particulars apply to the Company's Ofli.:e.,
.Nos. 61., 71 and 73 Broadway, New York.
New York, January 27, 18.'..

STONEHAVEN HOTEL. Removal of Barbering William James Heney,
"!---_ T 1 1 1 J ,I) r T -1 ,r w f I i I 'n "rl n

The Proprietor of the above Hotel
having on,' to still further alterations hsq
now Opened
A Public Billiard Roorm,
And respectfully solicits a share oi the Pablic.
Reid Street Hamilton, August 14- 1.8.

Corner of Queen and Reid Sts.,
Llas Ju-t Iteceived from New York, per .)rli-
noco," the following GOODS, in addition to
his uQual Stock :
Do. Do. io. SlIFETING
1)o. Do. Canton FLANNEL
Do. Do. Blue IEMIS
PitiNTiS-Ladies' CORSETS
Ladies and ('hilds Col'd and White iiOSI-
Gents' Colore.] nod White HOSIEIRY
Geis and Youthls Elastic Bilt-CES, new style
Gents and Youths Black and Colored Silk
Gents and Youths Colored SIIII11TS
S0) \l''--Colgtes, Cashmiere, Boquet, Joc.key
Ciluih and Oatmeal.
I-l.,i.iton, \Au u-4 t 1, 1882.

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Conmnissioin liee.rchtnitts.
IS Leadenhall Street,
Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRODUCE anid the filling of Ber-
mudian orders.
April :0. 1831. .

Bermuda Veterinary In-
THI- .EODURF. OU l'I.BtiDGE, D.V.C., Rle-
sidence, Hamilton.
E. REll) MEICElI, D.V.S., Residence, lamn-
ilton Parish.
Willvis.t St. George's Professionally on l'uee-
days-Otlice at G. Spurliin, F.sqr's. i
Will vi-it ,ornerset on Fridays.
!>eid St., Haniilton, January 2, 1882.

For Rent,
Immediate possession to an approv-
ed Tenant,.
SDivelli ngfouse
With about 6 acres of Land Walsingham.
Apply at once to
si1. S. O.PEA ISTOA,
Jackville, Hamilton Puaiih.
June 27th, ibS'2.-ti

For Sale,

Sold for no fault, only too small for the
Owners use. Will exchange for a larger
Terms made known on application to
amnilton, June 12, 1882.



Dr. Brian's Electric Rells.
--r'OR 71E CURE F--
Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous iDebility, Phy-
ei. al Fiosiratiou, Brain Tioulles., Purelysis,
Spinal Complaints, Lung Diord-er, Irupote-noy,
Liver Complaints, Dyspri.-i., Rheumnitibmn
Headache', Fpmale Complaints, Premature DeI-
cay, etc
T HIS wouderlul discovery in the Dpplication or
Electricity enabkla the sut-teer to give scien-
tific attention to his uu case in accordance with
Natue's laws. The belt acl. biy aid of th. il at
and moisture of the body and evolve continuous
currents that, inrue the system uith the
element until the disease is overcome, and a re-
cuperative process established.
The Electro-Magneti; Current,as evolved by Dr.
Bryau's appliances. attirngilhens ih' nervous l. stemn
give force to the brain and digebtied function, re-
atore lost or impaired power ,d body or mind
whether arising from acts ot irupnudenee, sickness ,
or old age.
Illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent
on application, Orders received through any re-
Bponsible Commission house, and in ordering send
measul e round the waist and mtate the nature. of the
complaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to
order. Address :
117 E. 15Tru ST, NEw YoaR, U.S.A

EJIstablishm ent y)'1 u I u iv " ,
From Queei to Fr .- Street, Up- S) ip 'Ping and Commission Agent,
stairs Over 0 7. i Qu,een Street,
I E Undet'signo-n. in thankin-g Pr-,;,pt attention given to conuinments.
the Pu lic and the Ihlilabitants generally r-P"Aictioi Wednesdays and Fridays.
for the liberal patrontwe they have evtendled
towards-i him, hopes by strict attention to Busi-
ne"s at his NEW ESTABLISIIMENT, Frot
Street, L'pstairs ovei No. 17, to ier;t .1 cnr'-
liiUaikle of -ane. -
Hamilton, July 18thi, 1882.
For Sale, ted States Mail Steamers.

-n- A House and Lot, P I.[tXI Am'Te01P.P I

In the Town of Hamilton,
For Particulars please apply to
Ilam;ithon. Notr. 29, 1831.
Iri'tection against. FIgil 11
Can be jLb.ii,,ed i'rori the
P U (E,'IX / NSURlA CE CO lP.IN iA '
oi London,
,'nl of the longest establishedd 'and Wealthie-t
Olfits in Great Britain.
Through the Bit -%NCFt OFFICE in these
iala,,ds, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duly, a very considerable item.
ItI16KS taken both on rIEAL and PERSONAL
PRiOPERTY for 3, iJ or 12 moutlih,.
No FEES and no CHARGE ior Policies.

l-lamikiltonl, septeintibem' 9th.1836.


S Cottage to Let
lu Cedar Avenue.
Possession given on Ist July.
For further particulars apply to
Hariilion, June 18, IS2,.

Everybody wants it, but very few get it
because most people do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these difficul-
ties has been our study. Thurber's pack-
age coff'es are selected by an expert who
understands the art of blending various
flavors. They are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put in
pould packag-cs (,h I .o ( it, i, .vt ra'i.ii i,)
bearing oLr signature as a guarantee of
gen inuenEss, and each packagecontainsthe
''hurberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's" No. 34," strong
and pungent ; Thurber's No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
jood quality, hunest o'1idity, rea.5,ilble
ri,.e. .Ak your Orucer for T7,rber'fs
roasted C((ffe in poen'i puckaigs, No. 34"
or No. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the Idhd" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them
Ask for desctiidvet circular.
Ri:-spectfully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO..
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P.S.-As the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only p)re and
wbolesome goods and pack Ithem in a tiJy
and satidlfactory manner. All goods
bearing our. name are guaranteed to be
of s.i-perior quality, pl, ,t l ie.';,h ',, .
and dealers ar,. autlhorised to refund the
purchase price in any c:L.e where custom-
ers have cause for dis.-atisfaction. It. is
therefore to the interest ot both dealers
and consumers to r. :1 ,l'rbrsb' braiiI.!.
..E.... ...........a.. fl). .

is confidently recommended to the Publie at
an unfailing remedy for wounds of every des-
cription ; a certain remedy for ulcerated lek-
burns, scaldls, bruis.:-s, chilblains, scorbutic
eruptions, and pimples on the face, sore and
inflated eyes, sort, heads, sore breasts, piles.
It also entirely removes the foul sell arising
from ,. ancer.
Sold in pots, 13.d., 2s. 9d.. 4s. d.. I Is.
and 2"s. each ; and his
Pi L;S..E t. 'l'a-s'oIC16oPiiUL.E OM,.
AL'i'lt.Vk'fIVG PILLS.
Proveil by more than sixty years' experience
to be one ouf the best medicines for purifying
the blood and assisting Nature in her opera-
tions. -They form a mild and superior family
aperient, which may be taken at all times
without continemnent or change of diet.
Sold in Boxe- at 136d., 2s Od., 4s. 6d.. 11 s.
and 22s. each.
Prepared only by BEAC I & BARNICOrT
Bridport, Dorset, England, and sold by all
Medicine Vendors.

Always o0 Sale at ** Royal Gazette" Depositarn
a Iilt sup;,ly -I PUBLIC SCHOOL BOOKS,
First, Second, Third aid Fourtih READ.
F RS, Geograpliy's, c., &c., &c.
COPY BOOKS,. assorted numbers.
6LAT1V, PENCILS, &c., &c.
H:,m!htou. P$14.
Coffee drinkers hi.-uld read the advertisement ix
another column headed Gcod Cujjiv.

'L; A L L I LN iAI R4 U '(..JL!, P, NP T UI V NV


iday, July II, at
S IS, at
August 1
'" 8, at
15, at
** 22, at


2-00 p.m.
6-30 a.m.
, 6'-00 a.m.
12'30 p.m.
6'00 a.m.
l0,30 a.m.

'The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. rheSaloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opeuing into the
Saloon thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect vealilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
The U. S. Mail Steamer "Orinoco" from
Bermuda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
York on Mondays, and Passengers' baggage cau
be transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
sailing next day.

29 Broadway, New York.
New York, June 29, 1882.

I M lEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
tonic and iefreshing adjunct to the Toileland
3tLh, a reviving scent and ia powerful disinlfectant
For warm climates it is invaluable.
IMIE I.'-S JOC'KEY CLU B and other fra.
grant Perfumnis.
give their hair a beautiful ,alona and iiupasiL an
agre,'ible coolness to the nead.
'oilei Soaps ia bars or cakes.
0O.5E-LLAF anid other TOILET POWDERS, in
thoxes, barrels and packets.
RI \I.I1EL'6i \..J1U.DEN 'INE, cleans, whitens
and Ireretcs the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the brealh.
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuais
the ealiliy and refreshing emnnations of the Pne
and Eacalyptus Fore,ts.
E. I M 11 EL, by appoiintmenlt to II. Lt.
Ii. Prince.-s of \usles, 96, Si rand, London and 17
b.uulevdrd des Italiens, Parns.
May 39, 1877,

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

Prayer BOOKS,
Ivory and Limp Back.
Hymn BOOK', ancient and modern
Colli-fi's and Little Arthur's History of Eng-
Morden's prepared GUM in bottles, with brush
and top
Lead Pencils Steel Pens
TisuL- PAPER-assorted colours
Violin STRINGS &c., &c.
Hamilton, July 3, 18i2.

Cricket I ats,
* at the "n Royal Gazette Stationery Store,
( ..,i, KBA 7"' 1half price)

-L.J.dAICK.--AUGUSTI, SEPT., 1882.

r is.

29 'u 5 41
30 'e 5 42
311 i' 5 4,
1 Prih 5 4,3
I iri ,3 -13
. Salt .,5 43
3 5 -14
4 'io, 45

sets. ;

6 18 16
6 14617

13 11 0
6 10 lI
6 9:2 2


8 18 S. John Bap. behd.
9' 6

10 452 Eng. Mail viaHali.
II 30 [taxof l7th nt. due
12 18 13th after Trinity
1 6

La-t Q, t. M1ouu, *i day, It hour, 7 minutes, a.m.

#.very Tuesday iy DONALD M1'PuHK LzE,
'*inter t., 'he *Queen's Most Excellent
"'' ** O- .FFICE
North-west C.rner.,I tRei! rind Burnaby Stretts,
VWhere Blanks, iland-bills, &c., will be
printed at iihe shortest notice.-Agents
St. Georges for the R.,jal Gazelle, Messrs.
GEORGE BoYLte :& SON, West a.nd, Waier

Garden SEEDS. '
Also, feceihed per Schr. asi.e" from .
Ierbice, a few Bags Superior Quality Wanted to PaSture.
Arv 01kWI "A, t W ntdt Psu

40 use 21 1882


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