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: VID00090
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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*To. 36.-Vol. WV. SWTE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUES. 24s. per Ann

Hsesuiitlon, er'mifda, Tvesndvy, September 5, 1882.

B E Itt ] U U ) A. Fu., 'th;.,Iy ,,. JUST RECEIVED by
---UD _. MR. EnDiro.-Of all the numerous articles that U RECEIVED
Proceeding+ of the Honorable Legislative ,have appeared respNetinu ", Oar Peoples Sloamer," Recent A rivals.
Council. I think that in your i.',te of th- 15th inst., siDlnE ec u nt lals.
Tuesday, 29Yh A, .ut, 1852.-Puruant to ad. Cantion" ilspeik tlih truest Patriotism, and I in.- ---- -
.onrnPrLl he House net c.rily trust it will h-tre its weight in bL ngng' i m IdU.NKSS IA'rC-IEL.S FIRAiM ES
.-be honorable Joseph H. Harvey, about "a ew i-onideratiou" ou the part ot those T. %| I1 -' B F.I &e.. &C .,
Present- 'be t JmesTucker, Rer. Gen l. zeats who evideutlyv h ivte nuot the requisite know- L ItP% ,n.rnr, Chimnn, ys and Wicks
Tucker, e ledge and experience ':t whit they so) stro.,ly ad- T BLING T')\VWEllN(
S Cavendish Boyle vote with perfect honesty. H Q T CTT
C1-avendish Boyle. Col.; iTh-re are still some farther coui.ideratiioun of SI"'.''IN ar:d QII'[VS C)TTONS
Secty. tbhi -ul.jet that have not b,'en brought into, vi..w P!IlNT.S Sulliiter Dres' GOOD
In the absence of the President of the Council, by your correspoudents, for iu,taunce : If the, pie- FL 4NNi-'.L (iC.inton Flannel L-1VWNS.S
the [Hnb'e. Jasep'h H. Har vy, the s-ulor member Companuy be driven out, the Coloiuy will hLive L 1.1E S Prliat it [:'SSES PiI1 IVRY
present. took the Chrir. to .-.end out of th:- coiutry, nut only the money pai .li'd a t.fw Child rtel's landisome SU ITS
The Billernibled An Act to amend and con. in ,t,, but also the p.r.i,,'..l, and the only re- FPA NOY Gti)IOl i-t ACKI'E'rS, &c.,
tinue dibe c-hools .X,'. l87!'.," was returned from turn to the people f.:.r r.iiin-. ,.ud s-udinur..ut o sta epior TE. and CO FF '
the House IA .1s9-?mly with a Message concurrin th, Colony tM.6-,O i to X100,0J0I w...uld be tl, pu+i U- PTt-i and CO FFE
in the Council'b amendmentn threto: ability .:f d'ividlends if uo f.iidieut or oppo-itton ,.:- at %i holeadle and retail.
And, cured The freight mon-:-y w.,unld .., a- 2 ,w to-.)
An pad beu.-i,-er-, anl sailors, and 4uipple., whi, h can ALSO,
A Bill entitled '. An Act o provide for the coru- n,.vn.r I,- obtainale ilr B,-riLidi. Ndw th h-Qnbec A l r o r tL se uxel
pletion t.bI the RPegistirs of Births, Marriages and -.. ,- t ijvet in Brn :u. Now tt t .ec Another 10t of those un excelled
Da:ths left. infcomplete by the lale Registrar Gen- (.111 thie of th. "'rin...," hile- f.rmrlv th with
eral, Randal Eden Webster," was hbrouht up from .. iee crut oWf mtade forithe" ii. Caifi" onC 20tK A iVF fit-,-
the Houl e of Assembly ard read the first, time. ito .. The-re is no more fr.-ight t, b.e made unov tillgS, &.(.,
The House resumntd in ComArni'ee the consider.:- .ri New York, or fronl Bvrinuidt .xce-pt in Crop Q S rar ii iH vE &r
lion of bte Resulv- for refunding to Messi-s. Trott time, than was made- y- the "Cmaini." Thie 5 ,>Te 5I S IL r .INIG.1 IIjINES, LC.,
& Cox, duties paid on certain Steam Machinery. Orino.o" has to run nine mountls in thel yieir o.r
The Hon. Jamrr, Ttck;i r in kbe Chair. from Bermudaempty, i-nd fr.:m Ne.w York shl'- is
The Committee rose. sAiloni or never than half full. The u:nature All ll1 .AP lor C kASH.
'be Hotn; Presumed.J of the c.rop re-quiree ','"c E, 6i,., ,Aiu., anul ,,,- B EA E'ZER BELL L
The Chi .iwman reported the Resolve without I for i-,.,,,'.,t.. ,t a./..;,, . well as quic-k tr.iu-i'.rt,
Amendment. and these are costvl a,:-essori:- r to carty for nine 5, 7 and 9) Church St.'
The House adopted the report. months, if the Peoples Co. iuntend to appoint an Opposite .MtechaliesC Itall.
The i Uonbh:. J. S. Tucker presented a Petition agen-i. in New York to aretomplishi sr:-h I: amnill n, \aIgu: 2, l3e?.-3
irom Thomas I.. Outeri,riilge, Bridge Keeper ut. the a Y.*.,., ,1 for tLh.- 1,.'oc Steanir that is alw.tys
Causeway, prayian that the Qua-rters of the i'au-e- spoke iof; when the trade ontuld lie ordinarily a.l- 0- .
way Keeper may be enlarged, lor elati *..imn ldated in ,,ti./,r t,..., itt ..r,.,'/.-' ..'. of t' f
tLerein, ,i ,, .', 'sul-ject to ori' or less i,..nfusi..n and
Adj,)urnedl to Friday nest, the 1st-:'eptewuber, at delay l t nl, le- r-ir.t fe. The- ae-e riS --
11 *.;, n.. i n i-n"-t I.- obt ined at Al.-it i. o-u nr ior .hlo t P'41 TI -' r, x th p
'_,.. ___________ iod-, lut m-t be ,1.erinnu-nt to b.,e .l':.tudl:; an-.1 1 sil )'8 1 01 'rs te
e -- .-- th,-r..-fore:,t a*.r. :tr-2 ,.,. T. r..t a i o- ..k.., i r0, n ,;: ,j : :
SCENE IN THE HOLU)E OF AN IRISH MEMBER SUSPENDED. y,:t t! nio ...ther wa.y .,Al.L thtr: e /,,.,'.,..t t. 1111 l ke s
LO,Nr-.iN Aulust 15. '...... i ,'..i ... and .., i.,.,. at the ret i.lir-. rn... '' ., tr.! i .,
In the Houit' o0 Ci.mniionu 1his c---ninu' Mr. t-.lit, -0o as to lprL.C ;t-, ,lipl:ti'h. u,. retul:r Iil [, lihis uo n inip rt.p t ,in -i-di i1 ,' : .-,
Philip Callaiu iLibr-i ali, m mti r L:.uith. Ir.:uiew- ommn uicatio-n, an-1d t.::-.'in tit.u to tlhe pt'-li- iit r- i.'s of i,- .. 01, "a., l 'tTl i )
td ca -o p! tinit re- ,rdiung the puttiue, it thei g'Er tr.itti.. Another .,ou-ideratiou i thei ld a' S ;,,tu ..'-.]
inttaice ot" the .ount, .f Rontin UL.t jr..ra uf a.ient to ..o.i Ste m ..t ij ein detn.utiou f,.r P h-' itv, ,v l -i Li l- ,.
who were on the pnuel d tiuig' tlhe sitting: ,,t thl- i epair-. A iuit.-bl 1.i.-tt ;as e il' tititute iM bnt
Speii.d C.,nrJisdsi'u lit Dul.liDn. Sir Wiliamiin Har- tton to be Pl.t:niu:c-. at -short unotie, whelre-, a 1,e r-I,'tu ted ',[I ; .
<.oLirt, Home .-.:r rtary. i :,'uedil Mr. Callanu ot of <-,veral boit., i Itt,.-r 1..l for n11 .-i -- I I" lhei I '
alusinu.g the formi- of thi.- House:- by intriiducimiu a u-. v. r.: r -lo, ,,me further i'o-i-.l.: i. u t> I : &. ,, A-,.., .
-1ul.ject twi.., in the so-ri .: -veun-.:l H -e n. lid this ti,) s, but I v-ill .ulv i rn e- onue. In th,- "venlt .i, i[ c. d -., Sui.-tr .*mtl i i,: '4', i l( ot' 0
w.i anuot'her iu-tau.-.. of tilt wi is wlii-- hih e:rtiu uiidlon icll tour f nit- 1-v auv :o-r-i.l.-ut, or ,..thl I e -- a dp .ce .,.,iii iatul.l i' .- r.
Irishai members sdt thi--.:l,.I ia n n s-tility to, th.- i.- -.1.-. a.-, ivilil I, u. -ruiils tii n :i .> '
Wuiuii-tratiou of justOii,. M t. (ICall.i th- ex .iiim- ..:1.llet, .. r.p--d to s e i t ni u un xl-.:-t-d i.-. i i .
ti1 repe:teilly It ii fal-. T." The t'h:irnui ..ill. .l. h .it:- I I iurn:ie-- i I- n,:.t .tlw tv' i r-l l,.-, 1-url :- 4 an-,ilton.t, nug., 12 l .-2. -' 2.
upon Mr. Callan to withli.h'i the imputntion, but ift.-u ilisiilte,. and e.>t, del-- iu p.tynmi,:t, i rt ; ---------------- --------
iL stead of doi-n so h. repl:iatetd the ohij.:a.ti.:.uan..le ulti tt 1o-.. No-w :as to the r,t-, .i t I I 7 1" 1 -r" t I
stateiiuent. Tih.r Chairman thereuipon n.tif.1 Mr. i-r.:ihilv infir",r.d tht t-Steaimei fr..iN'-w York .e
Callan, auld, ou iLoiti..-u .f Ir. Glai t.uc. I: wica t. B.:,s n ,h l r-.- 12 :o.-ntk i,'I r I..,ox f. i.:i. ,uis. i..
bnspended, tihe vote beiug .'i5 y.:r-s to 3 n:. I. .-, ut-L t. Portland, ,o th t ,:,2 ut- i-'ni m i tf'- '. ,
-- -mu..- t'N,- wv Ye.k die, no,t r-.:.rm hniih, u. ill, i e U ndersigned has just received
In tho House of Con:uuins, August 17 :- the Peorole" St,-amer e-ary- them lowp-r, lu-ike -p, 5 -. -' iiitin,-i" frim T.-:. nti'.- vi i,w
Mr. Sexton road trle;criine rteitiug attid:iiits divilends.- B-tter aldopt "Cauti...u." Fir-jt lay: Y k, : ,i-us as ipl, ofr Ie. "i.,d 1lhiie,
sworn to to-day declaring that several of the jury- up a -,pare fund, anud th.-u
men who convic-ted Hyues were drunk, alnd rpeat- SPECIULATE f .,, g`-
ed the accusations of jury pa.-king in Irelinud. Mr. --- ----------- ------ .
Sexton maid that as loug as the live-s ot the Iri,h AN IMPORTANT LAW CASE. g *
people were at the mercy of legal chicanery no ---- i 'ls wI Ie re.ty for delivery in an tew
minor reforms would. -ati-fy the.m. Mr. Gray's LBOPOLD II., KWio or Br.rormu, -TH PL&I-nrP-- dday):.
impriaonmeut, he said, was a s,:andal and disgrace $340,000 AT STAKs ,.J '. THO1'\! P.S 0,,
to justice. -A. Rthe "31-tl -St0,N
Mr. William Johnsou, Attorney-Geueral for Ire- Bosrow, July 3:0.--A suit is now p-ndtixz in the 3 .,i l 5 (lacw", ,re...
land, stated the details ol the ci.,mpoition of juries Supreme Court, in which Leopold II., King of Bel-
with a view to cult the accsatin s. H.e de-l.ued glum, is plaintiff, inv.,lvingu ome $:340.,oo0. This I I ,' .u, A I _2. 3
that uothing could lie worse thau Mr. Grav's coin- ls a bill in Equity, bLought by the Kint ina his-
duct, sovereign capn-ity, ayainA Leon Borniard and the AIA Tr ci C I I U
Mr. Pluiket (Conaervative', mematber for Dublin prolftietors of the Union Safe Deposit company EJ
University, supported the Givernment. He ,'on. In 1881. and for a long time prior thereto. Bernard -a
sidered that in cUnSeqiLencu, of Mr. Gray's high po- waos subjectt officer and strvant of the pl.itifl. and
sition it was right th-it his punishment should have ostodian of money and eeuritiesof the plaintiff, 1 have received llV y usal Supply
been ex-plary, i derived from the revenue of the Churoh aund other a. a 3 l
The debate was continued until te peni sources. Bernard is alleged to have converted the o the u rtile, ou respetly
The eafternoon s onu ni the Irimebersurepn-atin same to his own ue maid fled from the Belgiran r.-qiie t i I thoie i ho have eulage-I their.
tilt- afternoon. ineteIori h members rEp,-ating tL ,o,, ,,a 11D ,
Mhr. Sexton's accentions. Kingdom, audit is clairl oithat he hits depusited LiI It.,r ....e,%% inlI please call -arly arld se-
At th re-stnptioan if the ,ittini of the House (t funds with the Safe Deporit Comupany. The bill cure- thei r.-spe- viv q I nitiea.e.
Commons this evcnuih the de.,.te relative( to the which isin the nature of a bill ofdiscovery, requLies. JO A
seut-n.e ilmipo-ed up-n Mr. Gray w.A, not re.tuncd, of the defendants to make di.e:osure. of the fact. JOl F h Ir F .
owing to the total al,-uce of the Irish membni if the ra.a lt was leased by defendants to Barnatrd ,1It '.r.,i ",tIi ', It s "-!. --4 I
Mr. tladtoue inuMOeV.1L aU adj.:,Lu-nUent Of the. and npon what terms and condiitions it, was so, &
House from tomorrow tio t.tje 2th of O.:tb-r,- leased, aside from the promise of the plaintiff. rhe
which ws carried without division.caste i interestiug as invoLing the rights of pro- Notice
The Hou-e was count-d out at 9-20 P.M. I prietor of safety vaults and thier tetnnts.
'1---11--------- t IIUt l!ND I;IlG N I'(;N
FOUR VERY RICH MEN. IA SMALL FATAL DOSE OF LAUDANUM. Ilas Ju-t ',{eived !'ro n Enal-ind,, a n1ice l.ut olf
tNCL UFUns HATOU OIVES SOME VEERY G FroXRE& A fatal caste of Ioiso'nihg of all iutintt is epuot- 1WT IT E STONEW ARE:
THAT MAT BE TRUE. ed from Key-worth, nudl is r,-mmarkabl, for the al- W
From the Conctnnata En nirer. l, t-ed -i.mlluesa 'f th.-edo,.. A *":lrop" of lauda- tonsi-,int ..,)
num wa aidmniister.,-d ore afternoon n with castor ( %-V1 &.. .UJC"II 11% i-ll,\ l'.s
"Well, there are just four of them in the first oil, toi au minuft, thr,.i w:-tk oll for the case of IJ Ilous .,'e U :I S. I -' 1' .i.-
olass. First, Vanderbilt nud his sons ; second, RuI- t.iho.:i toa whi.h th.. child had been subje,.t 6 t1:' m 1; -.Vt Ut S 1.I .,i' ii..:
sell Sage: third, Jay Gould, and fourth, James. its .irth. shortly after, the i.hill ',nl- u ud- Ful '; : ,OWL Brdr '
Keene. I suppose you reler to men who have beta dely very ill. At half- pa..t liv ..ui the -atue LttIer- -' di. L g !LP- C, DD'A N-
directly connected with stock operutious. Vaiudei. u,,, it wa. ,.e..u by Mr. Per vy Blumer, when the Egg t UI'S, &e.. &c., &c.
bill and his sons, who all together, have got .l1ild wai lyiig with cowitracted lupilsi, livid lips,
$300,000,000. I am sure that this is not overstated, skinu ,cverL-d with per-piration, .,muall pul,-, and AND FROM N '.W Y O. K
for the $60,000,000 or $70,000,000 they have in the slow respiration. It could be roused with ditfinilty, By Last : tea,,ier,
Government loans represents their interest as it has and speedily relpeedi into it- foimnier state. Nut-
accumulated. The next man is Russell Sage, who withstanding the administration of emueti.-s, \1ni lMS SIO LDEIt :' B %1 0N
is richer than Gould. He is worth from r60,000,. thle u. ,*:f ,.old effu-ioi.i, thre ,hild dlied thirteen BUT' I'E i. AC Kt, E 1-:L BF.11r"
000 to $75,000,000. Gould is worth from $40,0,0,- I hours matter it wi-s firt e,-un by Mr. Bluriier. Death i, "lK Ox 'OTNGU-;' &.., --.
000 to $50,000,000, and Keene from $25,0'0,t,.0 to iuow 1 dr,.op of Liud.inumn h:a- o.: urrid before, but J } N \ i. i T
$j30,000,000. Those are prodigious figures. See the, reptitiu ot' an a.i.-ertiin,-d ,..e of death after \
what they represent of other men'sa loses, when s suh 1,.e is w. rehv of reci:, if .u1ly to iiupre. .' Irou-ilw ,y v cltoia si..-te.
you look at the pre-eunt tate of the stock market,, ,,tt th public and the pr'ofevsiii th- tianger at- tIauni!lu!o.
and what it is tumbling to There is about $4150,- tendi tu.he the lh a.lministratioun of opium i any August 21, .I, 82.
ooo000,uOO to $500,000.ui in the hands of four mnra, form to yung -hildrctu.---.. i.aJ...,,-,.,i ------ -- .- ..------- -- ..
who have made it all around this Sto:k Ee-hange, B d_______ 0
out of the gambling propensities and the credulity | r il a (
of the people." The "Army Worm, so designated in the United, .
"You surprise me in rating Russell Sage so states,. has madl its appearance in tliheCity oiHali- Made from Ptre liaill \Vater.
high." fax-says the Halifax Morning.n Chlronicle:" _____
Well, it is a fact. te has been a cool, steady, Morris Street School play ground is where they
strong man, playing no tricks, but scooping it in wee filt noticed, and there they were in .such Can be used under all cireas mi n-. s it.,.tI thIl.-
all the time. I may say for him that if you get numbers ,uon the 29th July, as to ehan-.e the dLianter atendin2 all inpi.rredi Ice, wiich in
his name to a piece of paper it is just. as guood as colour of tho ground t anil were narnutiun ..ver- the most cases alTu'l the system i. tie saui
any obligation in the world. Gould hs- b. en the fence, crossiu, Morris Street anI ntern.t"in. the !ier as a chaiiie in irinkia- water.
most dexterous of this lot. Kerue reprc..entus his houses and yards to the north in thou-ands."'' 'The Subscriber is now p)rep)irrd .it furn'ush Ice
name. In character he i certahily a w.uirctually it Depot, UrirLt by Stle[ lfr..:n 6 -t.'.,. ,,
keen man. The history uof hiL ipeiratiton in Lake nnd delivered i; Ilaniion ;iid Violist lomn-
SboreandNorthwestern would :e great ubj'ectfur _ViriHawo IN PEBU--.t.'-.. 0i 1- A r'PAT rAW.- r. delier.e n-SIii ..rnd eLi. i
ar,e of your letters. He toik L ak SiShar- at '10 an-I B. D.- B ... -l r J-,,, 24.- A.-li i-'-s ft. ur 1.ili M.i ,.to i12 o'i'h.e-k--Suiiir 35 e,:ei.. u-, .
got rid of most of it at a profit ut l.I ter cant. st te tt ,:e'I|l 'irkirmi-l>.t h-e io.- ri re1 ilet it..-n IPrice It ali Pl uny p, r p, pcd.
audinthesiinowayhetookNorthwe-- ei wtiniia.w, th-, hilisu u.lPeruvi-su, iu all .f wti.h tli. tfor- This being Ini ,t- -i..-,Csrr I respe.,'ti l ask
about 40 and sold most of it at abuut ",uu per cent. mi-r Pwepr- xiet.,tiuio ,ix,.x p. in one inst-,i---, w.elru a continutuce of the Pbli' p tri;iag-..
pr,.tit, for it went up to 120 !ast vear, andt stand, a body of seventy-fire Chilians w,,a uitt,,.kl ., Tbyf, jlL S
rmow at about 130. Vanderbilt now owns the 2,000 Peruvians, aud, refusing to surrender, L .
Railroad. perished. flamilton, May 15, 1882.,


In consequence of the '- Hamilton Regatta"
taking place on the 1st Sept., proximno, we
have POSTPONED the

V. R.
Commissariat Office,
HAMIL.rON, 28th August, 1852.
T EI'. Senior Commissariat Officer will receive
TENDERS in duplicate up to 12 o'clock.

Sporting Regatta," noon, oi,
At Sumerset Bridge, The 13th September, 1882,
untiljthe following FRIDAY, viz.: SUPPLY OF

By order Sading Cormmittee. For tLe War Department,

Somerset Bridge, 23rd August 188I2.

The Race will consist ,..f Is, andi 2iud Class
Dingy l nfes
The Third Y.o4&l hBots unfitted.
ThIe Fourth a contestid Gig Race
between the North rEnd and south End Crews of
I'ntrance F~io tfor Boat 10/. No Boat is
allowed to 'h'l intiles the Owner or Proprietor
shall su ,sl -ri'ri,: 3 to i1i aInd.
All B,.its to be entered by the ' Augnasl,
at .-on''i-set ii'lge, an,w rneasured bv tonnage.
:i- ..ird patro, s ,cof the P'ublic in General
tinI ur 'tiiil are ,-flicited to aid us iii carry-
i'g *,ut a fine day's port.
1; l ND o" u! Msie will bu in attendance.
F"'rtheir pa:tieulars appiv to W J. l''uCKFiA.
wlho hais ,-e i>i appointed ii re'teive ny iiamutount
hulti '.,v 'e cttonitiibtued, or tou
S'.cretary' o 1 -.uli'A ;4 ( iomt, ttt .'
Auu'' "--, '0S..

QJ p, j e SI.
i'4 Front streett 65
*' reaulv to take Orders fort end'ss
White Dress Shirts,
'11 t L u iak l a!di Fi J.-i i ltl-:j .l,

A. Liie w. s >i)r.6 iit 1t 0"
* .*: ..' "* ^. -'..+ .:?
A : I .1" lie t.j.a-t demigr,'.
. t'i i .'l I : .- it;.s 0 1: ihti' .
Sour leS -.rence to i' i-aply to

iHamr il 'I t 29, Is2.*

Teneriffe Onion Seed.

'The Unidersigned has reeiv'edl a
Supply of the above Article,
.'. hich ,i, I. tl'dr ; a a r.,s'imatble ratio for. Cao.h
P. rsoiis ij. h ire eni,:.. Id wtll IIp as Cill
RI. F. C( OP -ER.
il.illailtln, et...tL'i .0, I1S 2.--;3


Having taken the Store lately oc-
uepiedI by Mr. Wna, Ingham, opposite their,
Boot Shbo Storp, atn r prepared to supply
th? Public with

At the Lowest possible prices.
West leidi St.. Haiilton.
August -".2, IS82.-3

0 HILD'" Jewelry -toro is Headl Quarters
-' for Waltham Watches in gold or silver



For a period of 12 months, commencing tIs
November, 'S2.
Forms of Tender with all information can
be obtained between the1 hours of 10 a.m.
and '2 p.m., daily, on a written or personal
application to the Senior t '.umissaiiat Offi-
cer, up to the day previous to the opening of
The Senior Commissariat Officer reserves
the right of rejecting any or all of the Ten-
A. C. G.,
3 Senior Commissatiat, Officer.

New Government House.

pEHISONS desirous of competing in the
preparafion )a D,-ic(tp for NEW GOV-
ERNMEN t U.- 82 are lii ed to ubtain further
information regarding extent of accommiioda-
tion ail general arrangement at th Office of
The followiunz will b required:
Plan ..... ... ........ 15 feel- to an inch
Transverse und Longitudinal Sections do.
Elevations of each Front.... do.
General Speciications.
Approximate E-timate -which should not ox-
ceed -000.
These Designs and Documents to be deliv-
pred at the Colhnial Surveyor's Office on or be-
fore the ;U3th "epiember. 1882.
Thu Drawing-: are not to bear any name or
aistinguishing- iaur v whatever on any part of
thewd : the Design-r's nanie is to be enclosed
on a separate Slip oi Papl-r, and a number will
be ai.sigued to ooh Dt.sign as it is rec..ired.
SNoneompliance with tiis regulation will die-
qualify Comnpetitors
The BOARD OF WORKS will not bind itself
to the selection of any of the Designs submit-
ted-but if a design is worthy of selection
the successful Competitor will receive an
award ot 20.

By Order,
J. H. M. RJE,
Clerk to the Board.
Hamilton, Bermuda,
August 29, ISS2.

OcazrU & c'1,,ust 2 insertions each.


) fR. If. would respectfully inform the Pub-

L lic that the abre School will be Open-

Mionday, September 4th,
a',e-2, at 9 A.M.
For Torms an.l other particulars apply at
the Sehlu,:, No. 4, Wesley Street.
Hamilton., August.23, l..'-.--8


Supply of Onion SEED has Just Arrived, per
SOriuoco" and will be ready for delivery
on Thursday next, the 31st instant, by
at the Resid-nee -At'W. R. PENISTON, Flatts.
August 29th, 1882.

To the Public.

I hereby notify the Pnblic of Bermuda that
the Notice, over my signature, dated the
the 29th July, IS'2, and published in the
"" Royal Gazette" of the Ist, -th ant 1ith in-

fflcae at ILCE ilHOU,' ', Ia-1t Broa.idway. ,tan&", was not intended by rie to convey
any imputation against MR. JAMES BURCH'S
T IX; Subsribers w.mutld ret-pe.fuily inlo mI I character an1d intr-grity.
S the peopl- olf law;'t.n ;.d vi,.in', ii ,t" R. I. DUERDEN.
ih. v arre now piepa.,.d t,., ,rt to10 '" iers: Hamilton, 28th August, 1882.-2
for Ice :n a firta class iinni L,' ,.i ; at hi- t i s:. -
able price e of I .it-i'rNiuy p.:r jiouid. Y)*
,We "l keeot o on li,.i dt tIme 'u P enio al of Barbering
W e niill keep l o,.OI-41i' t 1 )" I lh,( dt tH1o NeW : k
ICe louse, :East ,roa lw,., ,,a ,piy oil It IEstablishl ient
throughout thle 1- iie Ie-ii, fit o iir 'I,,, E- I
L.uuers who rmty requie Ice duiini winter Fromr Queen to Front Street, Up.
inothi. stairs Oer No. 47
by prompt ,itention to our cu-it.nner. and r r
stri.:t a.ttnt-iilo t., our nu-sine-., w hli:ipe to re- r
ceive a ishaire ihe Pub ue piti.:;age. E E Unclersignred in thanking
Itc' deliv- e3 d ( y (" iidi s c ceptitil i. Ih" 1o !ir. ain'l the f'it"bitanti cen -ralv
S nlanilto; :11.-i vicinity. for IO.t lib r I i,:,.-i,:rage they have ext.- iiled
N. I.- IC,' 1 it ol.' peien ('rol' 7 .,.0. to l It''va'18s hi ', h'te: y sIr s tr, attention lo -.
-,;0 p. mI. .ntly, Su!nd,\s extepted, wlien 1it tos at his NEW ESTABLISIIMIENT, Frout
1i'i"; U. iit. n %fro S i x !. Siree L ii, ai-.-%rs v r No. 47, to merit c-n-
JOHN B. STAHL & CO., tinunnce of same.
June 20, 1Bio2.-if. Hamilt'n, July I.shi, 1.-,2.




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Th- R-'iaere for P-upp Step3 and Blindc at
t ,' ,'-,' at'l'". e the anew Ligbthlons. S t.
3ri-i-ir, w'.'ie Ei a '-;!. riad the third time arnd

B'i-a lill enrtial- An Act to pros.le for bhe
coinp'..i ion ul ile m:l'r t s:o[ f& Births. Marn it.e s and
).olis, letI n 1. t r let- th' e lal- ai er Gee-
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Tne N-uu.j-,e v-put intlo.'anm'tice tihe mn.
T.l, ii,, n),-. 'aii.'s ''n t-her in lthe C'hair.
Mau-s !s arnd 2 win e oWsp:il 1o.
0.: d he i ic 'au-. r- nmg iea"d, Ihon r nble. 0.
Pi'uckr moved I-aiL I IC.iCmmwitee rise, which was

Nays 1.
T.i, Hun. (Care-ndisb Boyle, The I on. E. Hartey*
t.'ol. eel.
G. 5. Tucker,
6 Jam 'p 'icuer,
Reer. Gen I.
Joseph H. Harvey,
Josiah Rees, Chief
Adijur.nel to Tuesday next. the 5th instant, el
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A4ae ract of /Ia Pwrocedia:.. a/' the Honorable
1H'r: I"0/ A-5-sl l'y.
Fu, ''.. Sepataae:' l .-Th- B0 Diit provide a
SF-Amlr F[-rryc I Pl k tl e Salt Keile ?and We 1T own
.I.' .i- rea a eco li time ana com.

T *l. p '.. *fr- in tile Chai .
Th: o.' ::!u "u ,, e o' ..
T-. '~i.'.inr r 'al rep-: tel.l t; e Bill w iith the blanks
fl *a -1 1" I I! '-ifq at1ldot- e and ordarcd to be en-
gro ai.!.
Or *- 'I ..n of iha ..airn'y V-neiyh, the House
a. ni ir ,,,rn i rm i. f r : e wholl to cons':l-r ibe
l tra.. 's a. -.. No. 10 b. 'f .a P, a.; ).) from
Sii o r. P.( Ofi.CI '.i. iit. t Si. Georg n',
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a .l ''. n i i i P. itr ion o(t 'r.te

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ric.Im1i2t a ln1 1 ira j elr.t it OChief

The Govano f hlfa ie the hboro to :-'wird io nt)e
Hoenortl'rhi!.' o.l A.-"f',.abli9 ; :;Ii;aI. P1 i )tfi rcom
r.irnuta:s i the ar d ofW\Vork dUd 2.- .2 uu ".
I S .S au the ur -l: .nf r p .h- : t .u for I''.l ll
h' ount L Vnl.-l 1, :' -"1 .ntau .-. .- ,. of V'T:p .y-

The Govn'a?. 'ei. ;..L.i ds ih: HIluse 'o gda'l,
tI lbt sane.
Pukolic [l,'ili, -anMilton, 1
] t S..:-.r1'..r, 15 2 J0
(No. 15.)
T. L. G L' T .'EY,

Gcr.u ior ai.el C'f,, |,':,w,'h,'' 'tl.Cli'e,
'T c (J- r lfOr bhe-' [' t :ju. ta foi-. ar.1 toi, I-
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bTh R !-a .',;. l, g the l a.- .. of EllIs beiin:.
1u3e!"na' vr u tat riar c'u .rr, thn Aunrnie
Mr'"'ral nr,,m' TV " iBM'' iiio-i"di. roDr bel ;g-
CN O''r no'e a -' ,;'ie ai of Ill. .'a r tor or T u,-,wrns alq
ip hhpit t r ,.r., -"- b- nio" read is ienadt
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T'h bil! W '.1; r-'. al a se-3" 1 t;, fla l ,rnIaWrei'.e,..
Air. CnoI er i., '., 'Coair.
r Cl:u- .. i..
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ar. N'o. 4.. %-!i i 'h1 -Pre : .:,:-r lt'ri,^v ;!_r io.
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anad it vwa. k5 1 .;l-, M,;i!d ', at. b t.,, g h r- o ..; (ra,-(d.
'i'hA R-eh.a -e ..,' r i .iU 'i ,-: C 1.rr,.:: Li:l,.- u?'
nri-rp.'- ia' ..'r. Ir In m ing ..a, .r wiA i a,.] a,
third lime -i.l! pa:;"
A.ljiuaura a, .. !i .' : *- ':.

Mllonday. 4 1. .*'O,'I .- 1 1 P il,.ii r.I \V,'.
0. Frubh t'- O I. i a M, j 1i ; n '.) An .-'1 .
I.h i ?. '-.-. +.- ;,* :l t. r..
Mr. W'. J. F'rii b trj.i-ve thai tlie pray' r :he
Ptition b-- erai'-.n v-, ';e' w s -r': o.
T'ph Ho .- tr i, _-m1-'i net .. l r r p~i- m i :h tiin!i i in ..n f
Ibt Commil", .
M r. \W I. ri'r;i n', d'n.,, :n eI,' .ir- providW -..'
for making & t r" i o '..-. i a -.: r. ai-.e .f m'i .. .Q
Frith and f-il -,'- i;N '.V i, ri P: .: .r, 'wh; 'I w,,a
read a fir.i tiua:s.
Tl'e Bil: a :. ...I ',. r'r .,i e :n Let l S'3 ,.
was rcenl] t 2. !itionc .: P'ulli m "'-' 1.
NIM r. T. 1'. /. "I'I':k. r in ',r ('a'ij.
The Hoi"'- i. 'Wil- .
The Chairan ieporu'V.I 'h.- Bil ai it adopt-
ed and or.,: ,i '1 *-. ..- ..a "i.
The PfeNini-. r of \I( r...a,:,i,l i om ,;ra M a Wl othPf:r
for a Sti-kaail 1 'h.' 4 :, i t. -' al'llittfel.
M r. J. V.', Pi'ns.': lr ab i '.e i:air.
The House resuu-.ed.
Thr (' lit.rm.. rp'i,'- prgr,- and obtained
leave t n ri ,.v. .

Ferry h-'w.a a '( .l: t' i'.. o i
Hl r'iIntor, w' ,* a .- .irjd t i .''q i I
The Bill -,;'.' .' : a- I';'i io.- he
M parking i i! V V .it .'l' ",-'. t .." ', hir..- 'onea
these lain.'<,"- wn r adi thie,i t .t
MAr. P- .-. n i I 1 .' 1 a n .' '.' thi' tile
word "If r -tii;m'.'t to a,: -c';'-." tP sirait-k
oua of Ith Is .''"--.'':, .' ; 'a d n:',i nral
The RB:l ..,' tn p pae i.
Mr W \V a)- r-t \ F' ; a .'... nw s
of W -v'. P'i. E .,r a r '- h "ti" iht! aI .'- .. r i' tPa -
lie W hat. n.' pith -' by int .: fr i...r
nior-. coal-. a: : : 2 ira :i '.' a, I r.e.: !
set forit-h' iqb.'.
M r. I'. P, a'',. a rl. .i ,'l 1 afl R e v.!c r I 'rihl\i
an ui! iliin.i -u -i'nd.: 9 a.-, M 0. = 1i9l .m ar
tha' Po-i -.t .'lou.ia Li,.'l O ,i ;;'. ,c 1 r .'lI 'a 1,6 t
tiuj e, 11n '.r .'. i ..a in ,'. ;n[a -] ? a .l I r .
sonI.'< leio n 'lsu..,rp'1,;I by uiarnitou s con-' or,^ ;E
was r:e 4l sa n .. i n,', and POrn. i h.i .
Mr S. A Ia ls in p C(i"ir.
M r. .. I' a. i o ,-,n i-aacr l t C. .'i.a! iP, it !i. in l .]
up "tigh' -live un ," at,;cb w.lg *'inP1'd ',).
TIed i.' ," r' r ie-s mom.i'a, .
The 'V.taiunmin i ;pi,'.-'-d'i t.'- Resovi- iD i was
adeoatidl an- i.; ,:-r -. i -:.' .:r;.'-ls'aL l .
'air. n .I-\ i 'i;i,-i t- t. a 'i a'e be _api 1.
'is Es ';- "" h- G a',"v r.i n-c.i fulrC-f h i ..r .,
i y i'iat. h oP Wao li '"'n pfl -' aP d t. ,bh l : oi a i -
j.r a I l (i' '.'' ,r Io- '," inh': ,, i, ai f ..I ith; L -,'i'-
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bu! rig .l .-.utitr ..a C o* ;e1 I O1 u a,'-.x A r. iP -
Slo)t geSa, O ta- .licviing diue- i'.tlS .;tI ,: x 14
lo.'I, ,wi;h p -!U- 'i ,r,.tt.'l 1 c.. e- n. ire', m, i .'a'
iwo estr-n I a-a ;a.*aa ra' l. 'a %' il tl> carInai ra tL
iil,;;h w iih ,, -"t'. ;i'l;iu :.
Adjourn,'..' ; F''-iJ.,- "*'x .
,X d
Orders for ne t .V-hei/. / .
't he O _r r ':I' 1 t'-, r" .in, lt the ) rrn; u,
Ing- ,..tI ? I' .v -i ru? c it,' ,ri '. '- 'ile :,r.t n tI. to he C.a-
I b tie:,1 :o,.v..
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Ninairfl.a t I .'*',n.'r :, nonI 111, .Ia'1 re -"l'ig.
Lqua.,r Li.a.-', '';il.
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il. i.iu lt '- ir i ; a 1 \' .rrf a? '-n.pil a; d
R esoIv..' r '-: '. ,, .- i r _i'.-. t, :'' 'ion.i .

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do,7 ; illun, t.i"a ac '-.i* Ioaa ae- r:, T. H Piltt.
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A.ur'ust t.S --BD i.'t i' ,re P..triut...u, S:ithi, I.Ma -
a'oni-', Hi .*t.
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coil i l a r ai .:.'-, ::;1 ,r. a '.-k, .aUld i ta ..-t:l\:
whikke-y, .1 1.ox-.s ,-rda water ta:-.:.hhi .I -. 2 ,, -
ty beer' p-!: .-..--
Sept:'mb.a-r ---ai; < iL, el.,re- ijm al.e, i-,l!, T i.',-.'
A--Schr. M itr' L. Diuttu, -Sia lb, Tir k-' istla;lds.
CT- ,T.:,[ H'-iUSE--:T. aEO-RGE.
A u 'rust :1 4..'. .-..,',r ,'t ."I, ia i .,.' .,x :
Enuz'liih ).[ ,l..l-f 17th a.lti.r .-al .. r',.t .1 .:..r, .
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.T>. NNe Y., .. -Mi .. I* B. N. Star., Me s..
Julia E :, a '..I, O -U. :, _,' i H ..-. :a -ar ~ i. .-a- al
anal ch ii.l, r i i. :a.i '.'. ,- e-. -. .-..'-: L I -, '.. i .
R.obe,,rt' B, M 's B -I, "l-. I '', .t'-- n i -
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liN Zul!. !Mi. E.'a us,.,o,. h r. .o H. H A-..,
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Dauid! CWaL,,,r
In th? R '.1. S. P" :,- f a Thul s-1.'v y..n IH.!'i : -
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Sim pic-. A i :,a v ( : .' i,' D' r t>-' t-. n i, lt l 'il..-,1.
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2, C'rp',.' :-- 2BB. BuUta--i ituil 2 thtii l-t. .-

Iu th..- T. H.-1 I'.< :--M-.t Ri:!hrit Dt:-'iield.
H.M.S. .,'t'..l-.t,.', beariun, the Flag of Vice-
Adiairal Sir F. Lopold 2MCliato.k, Kt., F.R.P.,
'dp.isun Dniaunin.1l, let-t Hli'iax fo,0 Quebe:-con th,.
:2nid jltinaw.. The F,'amin.a anu':l. Ir, ,,r c-,nempa-
uied h.' A'.A:liral.
H.1M... pF,',i,',',.,., retuine-. to Halifax oni the 2ith
idtihia.,, l-ivring a accompanied the Admiral A!s for ast
ht- St.-ar iof C'.au.,o only.
H.I.S .. --1' Lie-nt.- <. .mmnd,.lerMyey,ar-
rived on S.atudLiiI n,.,,-.a ],Lvt from Port R.:.vl'!,
.- i.... hi ih i ',L ithoa t ,,u the *21st ult. rThe
'. !,in- :. trou v- Th't ia s i~ .e_-,.di aina i :f,::-t,.-d port,
S-14 pl..:-.J, in ,ltuarnutine :a. i\-iti:.n, brut
1, re4L-,.-a. vi.-t'rdav ilv Dr. TTu-,ker, Health
Oicri', f.r t.e' t We-: V Et "tl re ueor l:.h' th,. leaIt
ap-,ea;in.:e .:.t any '-eont 'ia..n-a dU-iase ,,u t1oard.
Thv I.-,,. ,' l..a-.?, we- uulti.-tandt ta.r Euelanul
to-dJr. y.
Thel Seht. ..L,, ,A / L.. lerL;'es to-.ayv t'ur Turk&'


Willii.n Iris, a Ist,:u: utter. livinu-on the North
ilr. f Te P. ni'.:i)c.:; was tri-il la-. week, at a Special
C'r'itainu'i 'e ,-ion o.if the C.iourt of 'Oeuer'al. Aa.iz;,
i.:1.1 bv Hin H-..::-" th? C'lhit f .iTurtic:- an.! the Hon.
M r. l; fad. -: -Irlr' y, tfo Ir II,:- ,Ii:'ll. ,r of (t -o,'T.:r i'unia
Iri-., th.: rr' ..uji .-r"'U wift', in April last.
Tia-h Iii.iictiieu i,, ,riv.-u Ito three G(rml Jurn, rot
wuhit-I Mrt. Nath liiaa \s-,-y. wna, t'.remaun, ou Tuea-..
d.,v, thi-,' ,-,. week, at ra: r ,ut i pa. 1 1, an.1 in alt.-iut
,'an ihour ai'i it'utned ,I ttir'u- bill.
The p'ri.s-cu-r, vho l. I.rkeI thL-u aoil thr'-ruhoutt
the trial extr,:-ialy p:ale ant1l auxinL\,. an-as deflndted
.,- the :aoli.-itor I-,'n.--al, Mrt. R. D. )D.uarr-ll, an-1
pli.:le d Nut 44 ilty." A. Jurv, of whi-hI Mr.
Geor'e'-- Sptirliu 'was a.h:-s.:u f...-nauman, wa. then
enupin-ellel t:, 'r., thI.- p;-.>r-er, a',,dI the trial com-oi
ri:en,:ed ;l0;-I0 : 1 o'a:l,:> .k. The fir-t witn-esi
inuel wjs Mr. V.. 0. F. fli,..-ti., a pra,-titioner in
dinti-.tty anul r,-tr-'r'y, who ,.1,-poae.1 that hie WaR
S11l .l i-,; th- lp: r;-, 'n-r t:. vi-,i lii wife' on tlheiIrIa rn--
ing of the I lth ,.t .ApiIl, au.l foutl! hi-r
in nu estr'.-iem-l' ,l,:lilt:a-ei i:, un.! aroiuinrl.iwinag,
3n th,: fewm' o woil' r- I'ith diff.-ulty 'rew firorn haar,
,-f imuch r:.'in in tlihe itoimri.'h iu aI ,laut the 'head
annl Ie T-. 'lTKi wituOe-- -ieelnI'I to think the po-jr
..i,:,.:au w .-,ltf'e'ri. fromu oin : -m 'Oe inji'i, ,uit on a
ctu'r-',ry ,e5-x-a.iu tinato )u ,.1Ci ..-r.?.:.. u e it-.-in.l o t
violl.'- u.:...
Theunext witness wasMr. '. Wilkiu_,.,n, who .1-sa-
e.ribe, himself as n regii~ ,- .li.--,l 1pi1 titou-n'r
.iLd. no ass-istiat to Dr. .\i,. ,of HTimailtou Tlhis
witn.:-s was cal l by i :. n-i u I l .i t., .' .':, .
wornla.t Iietw'm. iii.. ,Isa 1 I*.l.t:k lu the- Ita niuot
V,'edue-daiy, th.- 12th Aprl. .mi .: o going into the-
womlu'.si loomo Iliad h-r itn a .rit. .f ea:t 'a -l.ap-e, and
apparently dying'. H- could -liit nithiiuildefinite
f'ruon thi hthubandl or any orn, ali...,, t her is to the-
'caii- ot f ,en r .l' :.u lition i .11-I w la.- at t 1 ..".- how to a) c-
coaint fort' it. TLe Ihu.,baid .,aid hi-, ,a ai hait. iaJ.d a
fall, but ldi not -lpeak of it ; a sm : i,:i, ae..:-ida.nt,
or attribute any iuiportaue; to it. The witness on
bhi next visit found the woman de.ald.
Dr. Artou wai the :id witue.-, a_,id hLis vwas the
rnt.-t iniportLnt testimony. Whiin he visit,:d thvli
w4or5au, o-nu thi- .;'tet'riiou of Wt'clnu'--.tay the 12cth
April. -s.i:- wa dvyiLgi'. a He e';.utnine-l her c.arefiallv
but coiul, fiurl uothinet tojaeoimnt for r'r syiptonmr.
Hre ias iak:-Ad on.u by theCoroner the lay after her
,de-Eth, which ,c,:unred .bhout 1-45 a.m. ou the
m:ir'eii -- of the 14th April, to iaiiike an autopsy aof
the bo.'iy. Iu 'unji'n,.tior] with Lii ,. t atut, Dr.
Art.'.n rni:al. it a lchrough exanmintituo ot thAe body,
andl folnD the nmemnbrain'e of the brain i a diseased
condition, ithe brain itself ihld the hearI he-althy,
the ri'ht ltobe of the- l,,u_. uai.ih i:,nisolid'atedr, the
Ikfr t baL-s -lihtly :onbn--sled, th: sple-en full of he-
i_..rrb1'i.:,. alnui injuril. On the- ri.bht loin the-r
wi,-. a- a-.xte'-u:nel 'Ian:l on d]isie,'tion a corres-
a',ureli,. lril,-e w.a, founl on th i.ght kidney, the
ni',..- ,ran-e-, which wiere wt-ill n11 'irkee.i, ite.'e-.tiua
thnt tt tb I-ri--he-ad beun :eat-0 hiy the t:e of a i man's
eb I O th -I.. -i-''u- of dik,-ease o:tr iujmui
in']ic:at-ed th.- erealts of the woman's deith, though
sorle of thi,"Iin h'wed ,li, whir-h, somurror or i-ter,
nar1. pr-._ob Ibly at uo ri,-:-at L-.t t-nce of time., munt-t
hv,:- t'-Ilunated fatally.
LBit u eex:.iwiniug i,,". St,.,sarh it was found that
the twoa .mt-'r e'o, it-- ,tof ia.tor 'gian re w pturr red, and
partly'. naiurons, eul ih,_..- U itoAi't had no'lif-
'.ulty itL arrirvin at th-. ,:..u-lusi':,i that this rupture
was the aof d-.atb. Dr. Amrton explained in
luaid r nd -i rn'phatie lan.ziage that with -,-l' an in-
jury death wli- iner-ittablt, aut. 1.,- 'onu-sidea,:. that
in -'dinuary :-.omrs'e the ;Liuryv which a.v-:uld produce
':-. h a ruipture--iot dl.iec..tly uta-i iunaedi.ately but
br pri'ildueit.r iSitlrianaimm.i.,u at.n,. c-on.-quatin:att *gal..
renit- -tic-,ihr t:,ke absil, t- fr'r-i.hljt to rtuU it.
onit;e. fik l-hlourhi ho'e.=ve-r frtiti th,: apjri'asra.nce aoft
the parts th'it the injury u*way have I.eeon inflitel1
bout P week bef'.'e t1' 'vn-m;an', death.
A- to the ,.'ioa.- of rhi.- iujjury tlhe S.'t'raensr with-
C.ut 'aml ,at] or lie.itat .,u att 'i!..Ltr-t l it tco er tenl.l
Vih_-'!rtn'::.- an-I tahouLeiLt it ari.rse tr,;ut a se-
vere bl2.iv .'r hi:k, i'- I.i Ielow iiI'iar..l. Reason, in
minut: loet.,J1 wrir.- aiv":u f.:.r the-- ar, ..,
msioa .- l tl.a-,;" l]eft little oum ti.n dratt th :a-- i.n.
ra:- y Jt" t lha ,i:pi.'io' 1 :I', 1 oU th'._l. It IW' h:'sI 'Iv.-
u-v-,r ard.-itt'ied that it fail r'i h c',nmi l frabl.,t, for'e, orc
O I'rI.n a ..iru, ,I',- a i ul t. a:.,iii A tl.' C Le'Ia'r of a
box ,'r pie'-, 'f fttnuiutr-, init-ht liuv ,,:,si:aoned
the fat l : IItaII'rt .
Th,:- L.-.r -.ntut n ats' Ml,. A.l' tt-ith, wlo,
w i"' b}t..r a..lil',, o,?.I )i'. !. ;t a .tf Ih ,- lO i. n, i
"[hi. :'..- I.,'-' -r ,i a' i wire hv'.lt ti. .nt J-ilu ,.a
i-'"L to. thi' trrr.- ot G-.-ri,-itlnu., .a-ira' a de.atl. T'his
witrn'--s- a'r i' iaIi 'rt-!.. t -t'-'.r. -. 'it.- to thIe relat-
t' whi.hi ea ii-te' a ti,:. .u tb:- rra1.'i-: l d ilt jr.a
w1i 'e, i-r a li. :- r. j th i I a -, nl ..aa I. i,.- la a t
th-: tora t 'i e. Nm. I:,u.. b1 i '.:," th-- ji'"a \u".:ua ..-,
a iuiit. tlIu-'.lut .u .r '. 1lIt -at N .r-'a ,tl..e Ir', 'a sh.-I h .a.
hI .., 1I t'!.- '' 'atidit ..f fi :. iti. Ia .a. v blM .wt' up-
t t a l- ir a I : r, 'i.- .: .iu-r ,ilr hi n.-t were, au. d
tRearad th:- p-a''i,'. *'- v...u "-Ia i ,a tla'- :l.-jthof
voai (.in a.S tur.t i y ua i. i ., i:h It of n data'
havin.- :i .--lani,-" ti,. t l-Iar;n-a *,, :.un,: I .f' the lelical
i'.'' til,':.ul -h.a .l i i ,,: r 1 tar 'l i.- ,,i .I o ie v.-vor -r-
hea.l :,.hi.',, ,.,'a-ri .,a I': -h.-.w [h.:t thx .bi.ioirer was
,r',lr-Li]i ill-trI', 'ti -.' hi. wi',r \V ,at.:'vi r tlis wit-
n .- -. h v.\.e l ".i.., t ,. ,i., ;,,..,., ?.ri, ,.,u th.:--,e oec -
-' :,u I t r i-'. a. a' ;..: r:. a.i,.'l ti* i- .f the.-
a. LI,', s flir: I.','It LaJ. a[ 'h f; u ?'e wV -" O -,, ltfi- i.
Lit :ii '"x t'_.. t .,lv 'a., .,it'e ut w he]-n the
r itt c itls :O --..l a -- ? 'n li' I '.i- ".i' h': d ,lt m ore, I '
-. :r 'a.' .:'>r' L-.'' l, l I l r .;l: .n ,r, i,- h .am )', ,.u\d
,-: ..'." W'o, r hIl "-.-'-, tlr t 'he v a' : iu ta,.h .- ate o!'
S-t:.ilr.'.' ri a i-I ell mior--: tih.' on'.' iu nttem|.rtitu-
- -_. i 'r.a h, r b. I t.. th h ,e a it- a:- to 'at s5oelu -

tiiard r i .'-i' i,- I 'iI Oi on,?e ft thei -'- o. 't-sion :r-
Ili- witne d. ,t'- i : be h ori .Ls.;r'. ,It h,.- t t
Sh. r t'" iL d ', ..- *t. i y -:.i ,f .-, |uii to h,.-r
, ;'.i, -" P.,.-r '.'h' .. AiI it r o die bymv .aud n.)
,.A .: hr. i iu -" il- Iri- -.a, de.'.-ribed by thi-I
,rirt,.:'.' ,.i.'t Il. r' -r' iti'r witi '.. r- i a-. ..
],i, aiLif t i a .,'ti i:-.'- a, ltl''t, tn,.attien v,-,' \u,ei u,
, I ItI' i 'tl :, ,i r.t tL ,,' al:' l '-l. I,ha .
Ir[_. Aa-i-:bhl Zirai'v, RP.,r Hir,-..'n in.] MiT.
h'a'rza Lvu-a-h '' a' -'rUmle ,--r.,l.n'.. '. -- oM[.'. ITa '.c
:,Lu.liri',u ailt''il d( ,- Ia-t we'ek ,.ri hrr bfe, tut it
ta 'a.- I-'ri .-ln 'he ae t her d. dtt. l-'.'-,.
i ,il .,ir -- -,.' n ia l I it. e t -tieaOL..v a-a t,. her
h v'. .- '* t ;lt' ,.a tl. u').! .: 'l. '.- 1 ,
!,, '. : i i'. .V -. i'i trl' hr e r -a

.1 L1 i 'l it e tl a'..| 0 i'l Ja'r-. NjT
-'.' \ .. ?re i alt--~ f.. r t rh ,ta1e n,'.t
Tinl f -1 for ie.: p : -i .,i.,n wi- i at only
( L],-' I I .. . 1 ..-th .
w'ii it ,' ti-. rr-It'.- n .. th w -'1a to la.: -t... t. 1,
i~ t'+ .t 1 'a r r :' .'.' .! iy b .ia .,:...a ,:a tm;,r-
ib th. -A' .ii, -tr-u e' i :' al ii.1,_.n.,-> .- thrtt that
viol'ice-t <:oidrd uot b. ,lItributed to a fall leccause

it, was proveal that there were n. .. i.iletes iu the
room against which the woman could easily have,
fnllen, and that, even if -she had, she was so slight
and fieble that she would not have fallen with uftli-
cieut force to injure herself so sei iously.
For the prisoner it was contended that the jury
were asked to draw a,n whi(h must in-
volve- the life of the Iari-nuer frirri a mere pro-
fes-lict wa theory, which, hcvwerv' prob:ilearplau' -
ible it mniiat s:,o.und, rnii-ht, forautht they know, hbe
incorre-t, and that it wa'ae' t lea-It possible that the
womcnr really died from dian'rrh(e, if the idea that.
the mav hi've fallen against a >-hair or tranuk werp
excluded, and there w'a no proof that the- pri-oucr
hald kicked or rtIuel-I: hal wife at all, still less that
he had inuftli.ted ,-ueh a terrible kick ea to have pro-
duced the a uptiaur-.
Thie (Cef JuT-tire r-ca-ij'ed.l the juir at about
12-30 o'clock on Thurs,.lay the 31.-t Auigust, the
third d.ay of the tr;:al, pointin'--'out to them that
if they arrived at the couelusioan that the woman
had died from a kick or blow inflieted by the pri-
sniur the-v must find Mim guilt a of .,ma-d, r, as there
was e ,nothing adduced in etideu,.-e to show that it
wa, mansl'utughter only, but that they must, to find
such a verdict, la convinced, Iaey.'oud all re:asonable
doubt, from the evidence, that the prisoner's vi'-
lence had occasioned-ai, the woman's death.
His Honor then through the evidence, call-
ing thae .Tury's att-ntiou to the more important
pa ts of it.
The Jury retired about "2 p.m. ou Thursday and
nt l-4.95 p.m., awul again at f9 p.m., informed the
Court that they had notr a'giee, and were not like-
ly to agree, on a Verdict. It appeared that they
,too1d 7 to 5 but whether the majority were tor
convicting or acqudtting was not stated.
The Court having adjourned to 10 a.m., on Fri-
day the 1t September the Jury were then again
c-ilJe- into Court, and the Foreman once more an-
nounced that they had not agreed, add-ug that
there was no po-,.sibility of their agreeing. The
Court requested thlinm to retina again, reminding
thil-m that, at, they had been before in-.tructed, if
they had a reas,:,nable doubt they must give the
pIri-.-tuer the 1,,-naetit of it. At 11-31. a.nt., the Jury
returne-d a '-v'rdi.-t of .V..,' I'.'t//. The prisoner
was theu arraigned f.:.r Manlaughter on the Coro-
n.r'r. nuquisitiou, andl the kante jury were sworn to
try him. No evideue je;n. e -ner,ered on this charge
the pri'sa-oner wa.s ia-iii at a., itted, anil he was uim-
inedtitely vlisbch:gu d
O ednediay nE.-ruing, the Jury complained to
the (C'ourt that they had nuo. b:-ds to sleep on. The
Provo.-t Marlhal General informed the Court that
he had tried iu v..nin to hite beds and bedding as
nohbvdy had them for hire. 'Th1 Court thereupon
ordetn'd the Provost Marshal to purchase proper
beds and bedsteads. This was done and on Thurs-
day the jury expressed themselves satisfied with
the accommodation provided tor them.

Three:- ve-ry interesting Races took place in our
Harbour on Friday.last.
Tnr. Frnsr-A Curp RACE.-Open to all boats
owned Ub.y members of the Club; in which nine
started, viz.: Midge, Ariel, Louti,,, Butterfly,
Foamn, Lurline, Chnllenger. PRekles and Somerset.
The winning ,bor ta same in in the following order:
-Reckle-ss l-t, Lurline *2uJ, and Butterfly 3rd.
SEcON. I RACE for Fmn tT ('LASs DiN sg.-12
contest.-d, viz. : Butterfly, Foam, Lurline, St.
George, Reliance, Challeugeer, Reckle-s, Adven-
ture, Ellen, Dauntless, Somer-ret and Secret. The
winning boats came in in this order, viz.: Foam lIt,
Dauntless ,2nI, Luirline 3rd.
Talr, RacE for SI-NcoN CI.LASS 'DINGIES-11l
started, viz. : Fleet.Wing. Amelia, Morniug Star,
Tulknown, Fail Play. Ariel, Sien, Natmelers, Rheo,
L.,,.aise aud Stumip-a-Tree. T'he winning boat.,
were, Sttujp-a-Tree lIt, Amelia 2nd, Fleet--Wing
The F',oina, in the C'aip RP'e:, : apsized and went to
the Iottom, I.ut w is qutiakly .' tip and made'
ready in time- f.-r the F ri-.' I n. Tih--ey Rate uiA
took lthe fir-t prize.
The wind, which wa- a tull i.r-eze fur the greater
part of thle day, beainame light in ihe evening. an.d
bieftre tht thirn. race was tatarlaI.?,t-,d it wais ailmoat, a
ca lm.
There wa-re at last thlire- tinies the ntunuber of
to:eat, of all aiize in the HarbIeai' that had e-utered
for the races-thu s making th. scene a most inter-
,i-,trtU one.

H-IARTrENDIN, rI-ATAL A'-'ct,'ENr.--One- of thea
most terrible ac',:idents that wet hnrie ,een called on
tore.:-oed, occurred at the Steam Saw Mills of Mr. G.
Vallis io this T.,wu, between I and 5 o'cloc,.k on tho
cV,.uing, -ot Tuesday la-t-the killing of C'liiord
Lousddal Vailis-aglid 10 Iand 9 mounths-thpe ecornd
son of thel r.-'iprietor of lthe M-ili tthe particualurs
I-of whirh we haliv bee-n favored, are as follows :-
The_ father whoi runs ihe lill, being the only one
present, weas just in the aa:t of settiun- in the
.rtak bat.k" when he heard a peculiarly strange
noi'e pa-- over his h.-ad, he quickly l.-.uked up, satwt
nothing, lbut imined-i.tely heard a fall behind hio ;
on turning round, he-at once b.-held and r'-cogluized
th,- t.iangled hodiv of lis dearr son, about fifteen feet
:rt, .'tretr hed oa the floul.
From the poeitionu in whi-'ih the ,.ic boy's stistk
w., found lying, the fathL.,. beliciJ'V- that the little
fellow must Ia.ave atte'i--I- to withdraw the pie-eo
of tilt her just .'plit, 1.. ea:icing it eover the h'eftt
of th,- wa.,].s-ewhee:a-. in 1 etiort .,i do thii, he lost
hi.-. b.lrau.a-. Naatnar.alli rie woull take hold of tlhe
tir-J. t'u.-ia.,l: thin 'g to recover his .,ruilil.r'iun, and
'miu t gr""' ,':',- the we.1 .:i' : .'. hich tick him
oi tm the circutltr Thi.s int,'asu.-nt wnth light-
.iit a,----..l aIit throu.-h lthe front of bia looa y from
th.:. igh sh.:,uler udowu th,. ,.'h--t anguliriy, sever-
in.; th, l,.ft rib... thence: do,.wn thai lame leg, c'rush-
ing t'.r,. '- k 'ap.iau nnal opencri osiuader the shinbonue.
D a...r at '. u..l.',ubtl-,dly in t utniat.e: us.
Au r..ia.:..t \wa. held on the b,.'.ly th.-,am, after-
n--ont, and "a verdict oi a...: idear Il death' re-

ouIr bays Later from Europe.

Tha: Raiy. Mail cSteamer Br:,a, 'Captamin Sha.'.
;t 'i, :,. .t St,. o.;-,rge.r 'a .ef>re na .,n on Thur.s :.,
iat!. bri-'iu.', th-': Eugli-h ?,I:il of tit-' 17th ultim .,
brou.J'Li ,.a t la y I hr .\Il.iau Ste.strner S'a.':,, : ar, whir.i!
,r],'v._i it Rims..,?ki on tiL.- '''rth uturimo.
There hliaialt ba-en a ,li ht case of sickne---
o-n i... r.l thie- ji' .. C)pat. Sha:w thoua',ht it prudl,-n
t, I.-;-,s -' s'.!tail far, the Health Oftlic-. thlI e a.,
.ir- t .uaate l",:utly vi'iit,',d l.y D r. Buttertia li, ih..
Health J)iti. er, tier the E.-,t End, bar his s,.rvi.'-
w.:-ae u t n'la., "lid.

>\ .' ,a U.anal uttia 'le tinitkae.. -,ur ix-t.ra l lil,-
tro, Ii tif.x ble' the /I I, lh 'e '' I] t r'-., i' e.l 1-,. and
but t:.- 'aie. alua.- s.,' a'.-ie i -. I n'e Wi ul.,1 !t -'' binta-!
,vi '.1.ti :'1 ia t -t E roe. ,y .
Fil .' L h! iut 'pI-sii's p rtt i rtri of th.?
",I- ai L '" 1 I Br:ti .iArmi ii Ei,, will '.
t..itnd in our ti- ',r ,?ut ir-'.l.

H M. Or-.a'. i.- expectol at Halifax, N.S..
[i-,l-. i: .:.sury the 101st Retimrnent thasea;' .
.ih iiralt:'r.
Pr:a.AL EN.'jIN'EE.i.-Capt'infi G-org'o 9thi Co(i-
pnyu. -Y. E., wi-th Li:?uts. S-iukey aIu.1vNt. Ca-tvy,
te.a I-"ii t. i .V..ln,-Dt'ol, "iifth 'eofl iAlUl', I. ..
wit-Li ,. 'luubb, ,t.atioued lier.., atre unale'r orler&
.. ho..' threi selves in r-c dinie fa.a Veparturea
*.'ah: h-:ou Eazi..n1 a1 s:i..,i ,i t.anp'port acr-
iat"-e It '-Fe.
Lieit., I..E., is str .-'i: ofthe strengthh
of the conmmaud.




LoNnow, Atial '.i,-The war office has received
thlie following telegram f'om Genl Sir Garnet
TIS.AILtu, August 23, evening.-I pushed on
a.;iain this mauini ngat d.ay-break. The enemy had
strongly eiitr ncheld their p,:.itioii at i.sihantrta.
They withdrew tetir guns, howeverr, Iuat night.
They had tw I-ve in action Yverterday. The forc..
at my disip,..-al this- morning wa-s the fiast Division
roll of the Enei i;h, Cavalry of ixteeun gunn. My
intention is t .. piv,,t on my JeIt. at the danm we
took ye-.terday and a-wing round my tight to take
the enemy's position in the flank and drive them
into the fresh water canal, sending the cavalry
complate!v round their position to occupy tha rail-
way in their rear ,nd if possible capture their en.
gines and roiling stock. This operation was carried
out. All the h,-avy work devolved on the cavalry
and artillery, whih were well handled by Major-
Gen. Lowe. He attncked the rear of the enemy,
who had :i Inrge camp at Mahsameh railway sta-
tion, whi. Ii he took, routing the enemy with con-
siderable loss, taking five Krupp.guns, seventy-five
railroad carriages laden with provisions and a large
quantity of amminruition and rifls. Notwithstand-
lug our horses being unfit for heavy -work, and the
long match whiheb the reinfoiemeients I ordered
yesterday had to make, I have every reason to be
satisfied with what has been done. Although I did
not intend advancing beyond Maharta for some
days, such has been the success of the cavalry to-
day that I intend to-morrow to occupy Kasaasin
lock of the fresh water Canal. It is about two and
a half miles West of Mahsameh Station. Its po-
sition will secure to us a safe passage across the
desert liu'ir between Ismailia and the cultivated
laud of the delta. The enemy seems so demorali.
zed and so adverse to await an attack of our infan-
try that it is posuit.le that they will not make the
determined stand I anticipated before we reached
Zagazig The losses yesterday were : Household
Cavalry, one private killed and tire wounded, and
ten horses killed ; the hose artillery, two privates,
and five horses killed : York and Lancaster RB-gi-
merit, one private killed and five wounded ; marine
artillery, one private killed, and mounted infantry
two ofli e-rs wouni(J. There have been 48 sun-
stroke, among the- privates, and one fatal to-day.
M: : 'Bibby, c," the, Sevtenth Dragoorns, has been
severely wounded. Admiral Seymour has organ-
ized a Lout seeiice alton-g the canai, on which we
shall have mainly to depend for supplies until loco-
motives get to work. The army owe to the Navy
deep debt of gratitude for the assistance they ren-
dered.--" WOLmELEY."
ALEXANDRIA, Aug. 26.-On the enemy's left 600
men have been working the whole afternoon upon
new entreeltrmuents across the sands atween the
railway -u.brankment and Lake I:reotib. 'lhus
his flanks are now covered by entrenchments to
Lake 1Matcoti i.,u one side and Lake Aboulkir on
the othri. There is reason to believe that the
Eyptiaus lbrve ITLonUated a gun on the railroad
track. A large i.ew camp has been observed on
the pliin aotnlth of Lake Mareotis. It probably
contains itinforcementi from Tripoli.
IsMAI.IA, Aug 25.-This morning the enemy
turned out of their strong position near Ramsea
station and retreated leaving their caap behind
them. They took some guns wirh them.
(-i,. -'o,4,',,/ ,,:',,,'s Mor, Tr'oopi.- LoNDoN, Aug.
26.-Thie *S'ia..,','id says that it has reason to believe
that Gen. Wolseley has applied for more troops.
This, it adia, pr.:-.bably meaus the tbird division of
the army corpn mobilizing at Aldershot.
A4a.',,t.,,i Troops F,'i.i' ,t,d.-A:xALtxr;xA, Aug. 26.
It is rtaied on good authority that 2,000 Albanians
have been enlisted for service in the Egyptian
quarantine and other departments, as it is feared
that the native troops cannot be trusted Troops
are urgently required at the Quarantine station at
Moses Well, near Suez, as the attitude of the
Bedouins there ic; threatening.
Blc, ad'e uf the Egyptia, Cu(a-:/.-The blockade of
the Egyptian coast was established yesterday.
Timr.daYi'.,; Ba,,ie. LoNDoN, Aug. 26.-The
S/anda'd', Ioemailia despatch says: "The first
shell fired by the enemy on Thursday passed a few
ieet over General Wolseley's head and took off the
legs of a horse ten yards b-bind him. The enemy
throughout the fight declined to come to close
quarters. The two gunners killed were stuck
down by shnipneli near W'olasey's poitiou. 'The
troops behaved well. They were ahl day without
water or lood. after marching ten miles through
heavy s.and. The enemy's cavalry swept around ..
the British right flank, but did not cname within.
striking distance. 'I be Egyptian file was too hot
for the Life Guards to cross the open towards them.
The British passed thb day llug down behind the
banks and in ditches. After the engagement t Gen.
Wolseley rode into Isnmilia and returned late in
the evening. Reinforcpmer.ts crnive duiinug the
night, out the guns jnet until tarly next morning
having had great difficulty to get through the land.
At daylight, it was found to the great disappoint.
meant of our men that the main body of the enemy
had withdrawn. The Egyptian artillery fought
welland fired much more accurately than at Kaifr
el Dowar. The infantry were noutemptible and
tlhe cavalry little better. Many of both those armsa
were observed breaking fiomn ranks and disappear-
ing under our fire of shell."
IabMAILtA, August 26.-The enemfuy's loss in fight-
ing on Thursday with General Wolseley is esti-
mated be, some as high as 400.
ALEXaNDPIA, Atugutst 26.-Ti]- Austrian boat's
crew of the frigate Nautilus, who wete captured by
Egyptitas, hIve be-e 'ibea ted, annt arrived Lure
at ;30 t)hi 1i, moning The i-umy approached our
lines, apparreutly -ndeavoriu.'r to 'ut off the Btit-
ilh outtp,'srs uear M3ahbrmoudieh canal, hut retreat-
ed on su alarm being given.
Tfaart,. I be a S',Iahier.-LowDoN, August 25.-A
letter from Ibralin, brother to Khedive, to
Lord ("ranville is published, asking that he be
allleo-d to st-reo with the B'itish army iu Egypt.
Lorta Grsauvillo replied that the Government regret
their inability to i,."ept the Princa's offer of his
C"rziast/i. qee/ -LoNDOn, Agtust26 -The Tines'
'.lespntcn trausi Alh-xanairiea says that Cairo is still
quiet. A committee of .igiLinec sits daily. All

members of the comnittzeo support Ara'bi except
Butios Bey, ex-Sub-Minister of Justie., and Iatit
Bey, on,? of the I-arLders of the fir;t emente against
tire Nubjor 'ri!son i'llini.itry.

(.',iii'ie4i .S';',*'/,..a,/--E.."ra 'Fr'eisfor the Front-
.i.',a' t ;..,,' ,,'a. /,-'.: ',, R a -r Ta.o-'cri a ra'eert to
A' 1',,l.i/ Jpl'ai... i -a T r ,,.P, .'/' to ifer.Ma.
CowN-T :-rr[N-,'PLE, .tu-,ust 20.--Lord Dufforin has
prouti-id chlit tlhepilgrii-nm to Meeca will be allowed
.o tri'-e t.' uez, a .rn-! as usual.
L') s' Il., "-r, .a -CONsTANTaNrOPLE, August
_' --Lril ord Uilriu ir;iil.y maintains that Turkish
tj4) -i. '1t. .,a1Iy IT- aibi-,w-I to disenbark at PL)Rs-
iet.l, D i' a'.it.: or it.L.nilui, anu- c.eareeroricaxlly re-
fu.'o- te, [o, ru:t- there; e!:lindiug acr, Alaiandria, Port
"eti l o.- ; .:r z
.Af,.a ,t4 a" .TrT' .a'par.'.-MAdr.TA. August 27.-
The ta ,u-ponr. T' vir,, with 3'0 siege guns, stores
anta ,ai gatttiic, b::'. proceeded to Alexandria.
T- iLsi.iaspori( L,;:!nanere, with r.ilway plant,
has s:i&-el for Port t.:.dd. Two more transports with
troops havi arrived *at Su.z.

.-.a-. **'.e .p.'cx:..


[gavlia'' A,t %o,.-MArnur. Li.rn--: 27.-The C'..-
inet at the Council held yI:steiday ,k-.-ilde-l ti..
follow the same course as other powers on the Suez
Canal question.
Rams,-s and Birket Maheameh were occupir-Il
yesterday by the British. Losses were small on
both sides. Tho euniiy rotteated to Lake M[azama.
Lirge numbrs of Egyptians are intrenching to
the Southward of Meks, apparently with the
object of preventing a flank movement by the Brit-
ish. A small ieconnoisance waf made last evening
in that di.e-iou, whereupon the enemy withdrew
through shallow paitL of Lake Mareoti-i.
Battalions of the enemy's infantry withdrew
yesterday from Alboukir to occupy tho Isthmus
between LakelAboukir and Liake Edkw. This is an
important position, as, if Aboukir was once captur-
ed, Kafr-el-Dwar could be turned by a force traver-
sing the Isthmus.
All the troops except the Irish Faliliers and 3
batteries of artillery have gone to the front. Two
squadrons of Indian cavalry have arrived and also
gone forward.
The Austrian boat.'s crew of the frigate Nauti-
lus, captured by Egyptians, have been liberated.
and arrived at Alexandria this morning.
At 13)0 o'clock this moi uing the enemy approach.
ed the British lines, apparently endeavouring to
cut off outposts near Mahumowdeh Canal, but. re.
tired on an alarm being'given.
anda'las WTT;.,/'.-ILooDoN, August 27.-A des-
patch dated Alexandlia Sunday evening, says:-
About three o'clock this afternoon two heavy guns
recently placed beyond Waterworks Hill opened
fire on the enemy on the left bank of the Mahmou.
dieh Canal, About twenty rounds were fired.
Several shells exploded in the midst of the enemy's
entrenchments, causing consideiablo damage. The
enemy replied feebly. At about five o'clock a con,
flagration was observed in the rear of the enemy's
camp, about tea miles beyond Ramleh.
The British man-.-f-man Monitaur shelled the
enemy's outposts in the direction of Aboukir this
afternoon. The shells appeared to burst in the
midst of the enemy's position. The Monitaur fired
with increased rapidity until sunset. The enemy's
reply was weak. There was altogether very little
activity in the rebel lines. The impression gains
ground that the bulk of Arabi Pashi's men have
been withdrawn from Kafr-el-Dwar.
ThM Killed at ROises.-IsMA.ILU, August 27.-
Only 6 dead Arabs were found nu the field of bat-
tle, but inside Ramses were found several small
pyramids of stones freshly erected, beneath which
dead natives were probably buried. Though the
engagement was not serious, so fur as hard fighting
is concerned the soldiers actod splendidly. The
difficulties of the ground were fearful, while the
heat of the sun defies exaggeration. General Wol-
seley's object has been achieved and we have gain-
dd so much more fresh water, for the canal has
been carefully dammed at Ramses. We lost a good
many horses and mules. The remainder are fati-
gued and badll' need a few days' rest The rail-
way has been repaired as far as Ramses. Native
cavalry have anrived and gone to the front.
Tl(.stc'ers f',,n Arbi.- ALEXANDtIA, Auwrist 27.-
It is reported that several staff officers have desert-
ed Arn-i Pashi and have given General Wolseley
important information.
T/V .Enagl. i Prrp-onas accepted by T,'rley.-CoN.
STANTINOPLE, August 27.-Said Pasha went to The-
rapia (Ou Sunday evn-uing and informed Lord Duf-
ferin that the Tuhkiih Council of Ministers had re-
solved to publish the proclamation against Arabi
Pasha and to accept the military convention with
Enurland, conformably to Lord Dufferin's proposal.
l.. Let-'sp'.-PuRT SAIu, Auarust -'7.-M. DeLess-
eps has embarked f'r Maraeiioes.
Qn,:t.--IsbAILIt, August, 27.-All is quiet at
the frout. The British cvalry has advanced to
Kassasin Lock. Lucomotivces have arrived at Suez
front Bombay.
./ A .Ubo,.ir.-ALLIANDnLA. August 27.-The
commander of the British Iron clad A'hilles reports
that Aboukir garrison i'i making au entrenched
camp on whih sev-veral thousand laborers are woik-
An t Enquitt',e,tit ta'th Bed1uins.-LonDoN, August
27.--A depti., I dated Alexandria, Sunuday evening,
say" At IMdeks this afterrioou the Bedouluin ap-
peatedi in a latge force within a short distance of
the f'vrt wh.:ire :he Mraita volunteers had been reliev-
ed by ilth Dtzbyslire regiment. After consider-
abl, I.:i., -. both sides thle Bedouin,; retired. It
is beli',ved that mayv B edouins were killed and a
large nuumbe-r wooureod. Our l.-is was one killed,
aund on wuiundud. It is rumored that, the Bedouins
wili attempt to enter the town to-night at Gabari
ga.-., TThe trracks have been prepared accord-
lbeath aif i cautt -6..-Capt. Balynes, of the Gordon
Fli.i.idiHt'Jrt, cdii'd to-day tf dys:-ntety.
P.-,T S.' m.e, Aug.. 23.--Dami.tta has been cap-
tured TI,,Ti.. :m -ai'y ac'ent '... the EnglL-h hGc-vein.
iantl, a po r ,..4ti.e tfftiial antd two priests were
f,)iuj.l t.he:r Ti.--y h i d L.-n- loand-d with chains for
the l..rt six v'ckr. and suibje--ted to most teirible
Our .-asuailti:.-' hav.- been light. C'apt. Hallam
Parr was twounuded through the leg. Lord Mel-
grand t,-,'A,:. f:.d ia w.iud through th: hand.

The Repit of the Diue:to'i of The Peniusular &
Oricutal St:eamnsip Compauy is not flattering to
the rt..,r-k.holicrs, not ai- the immediate prospects
re-assurilig. ,u.mftrt it. .und iu th.- f,-:t that the
'omp-ny now p,.,.e-.--' a tne fleet superior to any
period iu their hi.,trv, quit, equal to) any heavy
d-manls on them. Onutw.rd aiste of freight to
nearly all ports in Tindia luiVt- lately tallen to nuchl
an amout that tc-y hardly pay ltvr taking and
putting tuin the c::arg ... Th'l vasit ;tiunlsnt ,; tc-u-
nage re'etly 1,u jlt emline-d with the very unfa-
vourable c.,nuditi..u of tlIe Ameri.can S:team trade
are tIhe lcat--s to whIich thL Directors attribute this
state of thingB.

An Inquest *-t held in smith's s Parish on the
4th in-tant, before Dennis Tucker, Esiqr.. Coroner
for th, Di'-trnt. ou view of the body of Richard Jos-
eph Smith, a ,'.l'red youth, who died suddenly
th'-: revio', nihlit. After e-xamining Dr. Aggeus
Outerbrily', and others the Juy rtt'irntd a verdict
of d.. th fit-in n.ttua-l caue-s, t, wit : the rupture
of a blood vtsSel.

The old Building, '" fI'oe rly uscl ai an enter-
tainmeut i" at M.tunt Langton, wais sold at. -an, tion ,m Friday lIat, aiou- puri.hai,:-d by
Mr. A. D. H.llli-, tur 7 Itt t0. Ns, NrF.D, Aug., 22.-A severe South-
east gule was experienced her:- last night, and a
heavy' 'ca i now 1-i-aking all along the coast.
The Lubrador fishery this season has proved a
failure to a great LExtent.
A me-mier ,if the Quebec Lt-gi-lature re-iivre
$.Sio -t year ft.r hi- service; T1-'.tit.n i.f this
sal.rn' to:, $6t0i i. L'-ini- apitatitd 1-l ;iae ot0 t1h- C.a-
nadia, nn-.w-1',-:. A N'.w YV,,k I-gibluh_.r re-
cei-- 1l,',i. iper in'n umt, ind frt-, .:ntly miiaati geL
to double thit bef-ore- theis :.ion is ovLr.--
A. c F'c l','-k T'. I..

To t'ortrsoN tt,:ra.--" James Pilling" anud
,,'' 0). i;.'' in our inXt.
Another Presbyterian" promised in our last has
been withdrawn.

They talk in Nova Scotia of raising a Regiment
*. go to Egypt for the purpose of assisting the
l3rit;sh army in compelling Arabi Bey to to

BIRTH, at Irland blind, on Sunday, ;rdi
S.ptuember, 1SH2, th. WirE of Mr. A. Hatcher, of

MARRIED, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Grand
Cay, Turks LIlaandi, on the lsth July, by the Rev.
J.'B. Gedye, W.M., Me. JOHN W. LcusER, of
Bermuda, to AoaEs ELIZABETH, eldest daughter of
the late Mr. R. W. Darrell.

DIED, at. her re-idenc'e, Reid Street, Hamilton,
on Tuesday morning Augu.t 29th, ELLA L.. ,(.f
"Clyde," .Vvue C.,.., N.Y.. Wife of Edwinu
T. Child, aged it yeirs, leaving husband and une
son to mourn their 15s.
k" Clyde!" papers please copy.)
...... in this Town on Saturdany last, FLORENCE
ELILET FRatnr, in the *23rd year oft her age,
leaving a husband, niotlher and numerous ielqtiv,.-i
and fri.-und to mourn their lois.
......, ,:.u the 15lth Junii, at PaiTamIatta, New
South Wales, WILLLuM JOELL, Es>,., of Bermuda,
ag-ed 7I.-.Sidnrey, .f, ,',.n f Hera'd,, J, ,e 17/.,, ISS2.


ON$ WEDT" '5 (To-morrow),
6th lista't iat N.-on,
I IPILL Si:LL by auctionn
O D fPOX o PI.411T3 nd It.i. P. S, f-.r :i,-,
I I_ I HBox Crape (C( 1.LL% '.S
5 Boses Ci('Ipe TR! V1\ilI N,;S
:3 hoxcs White Silk BINIlING
5 Cards Satin TRIMNI ill 'G
3 Cards -ilk FRItIlN<;
5C-:-r,1-4 ".rs-ted FRINGE
...! I l.ek 'TItIN lM M I.'1;1
6 Piecq (oloured "(' i"'
I Fierce Illack NET
1 Pie--e Wl.,i :''rT
13 Chig.noitn .1\--
5 Musliu Pi- 'K E .-. 20 ",u ,.,. 2 o l\\ u
3 Boxes Hair IN\
27 Cards Silk TIR! I',.rI '.
19 Card. Wors-ed T'O1! \ I 1,.(;-
2 Card T \S ,El- *2 9 Ilox-.s BLUT' INS I B(Pox -'t' \TI i I-
'; 'oxeMs 'I. .' EiS 3T 'rim e' ','2:-
3 Tri,.,ne I N .'i.;
I' L:.'*,'. F l.It I AT S
51 Lad'a, Sirvrw ',T:P-
O).e t.'eathier 1>,1 *lto'-Lt -14 !s. \ r-ight
O(Ji :s'ua.~cge I \i'.'i IN r'.
10 FoNllig Itoekii'g C( ilA!:
6 Do,,.. -"liink (;GIBL ET.-.
:3 i.-ze'n 1 U M I!Ll: .- s
2 Po1 z ,. ur n or .-', 'j T '
\.-., ,' i \'i', 5 ,' consi F : ( Lg' 1'.
20 Redlms Note PIAPER I c t i .-,N1';-
Tin W'.R1t, & liON N; Elly' it
Adt otuer ii'e.lIna uis \kTTICi.TI.
A' c ot'-er.
Queen inet, 1
uvti on Room,
.t1' -Cple.-ilher, IS'2.
'o ,I < .z- I'" o0 .'% .

Dry Goods. Dry G
y b &

By P ffblkf A.f/Ct


At 12 o 'lock,

7th Instant,
At the Store of C. ". JONES. Esqr., a Large
Assortment of

Dry 0 Good-'
Comprising eveiy Variety of
lBOOTS & .-HOES A, Dress Oi' ,-
&c &c.
ts. This is positively THE LAST
Sale of DRY GOOD<, -.te., at Mr. Jones"
B 11'. WA.1,Kf? 4. CO.
Hamilton, September 5th, 182.

Protect the Family.

It iis th- duty i.rever% mia,, rielh or poor, v. ho
hb- createJ a hoine, to make some provi',.,
ha aiist tid-. int\titab' 'r hise1s w1.r arc J,.-
pen-teui' rn im in.


sociation of New York.


E. B. 11 '\RPER, Pre:si'l~ein,
3 OVII)ES a perfect indeP-uniuvy 1t holdet-
ot' C'ertictri es at 1h" lo- ost east com-istent
\ih the -seatest p, ssib'e secur,'y.
Tlte s)istcm enibr.:,es an quiiiiblv adjus :.d
lieste r Let:d It inh uiutual: p! i. so sutic -ss-
uliv o -e*,.ted ill EngolainJ k ithe, si -.,d.r .Lifi
At.so1 iai, i .s ale till fl.,uriliiag thlit h.ive tx-
iht'd iv' r !5i' .
All surplus an1 rtii vi:rni'igs occrur to I.:Ti-
lers unly.
TIe i en buiNes nof tlhi s -.y-or'ni a 0p[rn.t
arlatesh two mai o. half f ..i.,i dollarss r
;i-or't i which' derlnic 'ir .t[ it .r-t.i popul! ;' '
of th, A' I{t. at tit'io '-:)6i-i' .1i.- i' kli eti''n.
it thal .\ soeia',o:, w;il I cis-e, all L.i e
(.rr:snizauio, s in eheapat as of ,,ist ini n.intl r
01 lt inbt's, anuri in vo!unie of Bus.iiess, ndi is "t
guarant.e of future'eny :-id
I's Pi'lars .f' Strtg'h ire rc 'ei ie i'.ii,
Giran .- r.i'e ', -el tc'ted ris!:s, 'ont;in' l .em,
'i upet L, tiler, ,ind a l'rthl t'rIouipi .v
.i pipli.-a ilsna rs-r-ivedt o I', O l l p- );' 15 uti
I. m ns .ni. ev'ry itfr.n iito $'ur ihi-,i iy'
W. C. HY1,ANi),
Jient for- Berm'sda.
Exa.iiti',g Physi,.,n,
St. George's, slt September, 1882.-4


Of Pitch Pine Lumber
I1 sizes to suit everybody.


On Thursday, 7th inst.,
At i2. noon.
Ti-.' Lumber miay 1.? v- i,.-w l at R. t-'. Ml .Callmin's
and" R-d Barr-:a.-l; Wharf
Si- ;- .. .
Of "' EDNA M. GREGORY" lronr D.,l,.y, -i,.. :
About l,(n,0,t0 feet ;lx! frowt '6 to 3.i teet loug,
75,000 ;3 .. 410 I
10,00l0 2 inch PLANK, l11 to 50
feet long,
Ab.:.ut 10,000 feet 1i1 inch Do., .136 to 30 ft. long,
I.),0)0 3x4 'CANTLING, vaiioas
About 15,000 teet x5 Do., do., do.,
20,00o ** 1x3 (battens) suitable for
Laths or Fencing.
St. Geor-ge'., September 4th, 18S'2.

vy Auctiou

12th Septemlber, at t12 o'clock
At the St George'- Mruii|

C ?R leaving the Islan.i,

spe 0 1
PI'kA O. reelKIiy i!jt to,.-'
beot Climat,.-

lQuit to i-ride & Drive
1 Hii!r,;, ,, A' .& #" 1 ':'-.r 'v tuIr
t1 et Single HARiNESS, bass nmountelI
I SADDLE & BRIDLE (Pelhamln comple-te

". 1 OW, To (ave
in about 3 months
Apply to
Prospect Camp, or Bleak Hotus.,
No0 th Shore.
September 5, 1 '2.

For IimLmiediate Disposal.

-, RHorse (" S

,. . .%

S-' quart., in11 full Mi'k twelv,, ,!1
l. EI IE,' ''KI'oi f Ihe ahove, twNo yemrs old aid<

! Slip,

A qu-ntiiv' :,f PI'1 I.T '.t at 1od. per .i,.
H"I .idsotll W uatil'obe, plato Gl.-ss
1r:' f0i .-

1Seiig 'l ili ', >i, .rrer'i, ti !.erfett ordc r,
A T E K,-U.- : e-- AA TSO,
Mnsis, S)ar's, S:,ils, Auchor.- and A v:aie'yvof
Chains, Rigging and all other A.11purtenances T-]1Ocusehoh l F urn i it U
of the abandoned Brigantine -"EDNA M. -
ALSO, Ani ,.to

One of whvib is quite new, with Sas18, &c.
The above wi;l be sold in lots,. and is well
worthy the attention of parties engaged in tbhe
.'u*hipping Business.
'(.C,. C. McCALLAN,
St. Georged, Bermuda, 4th S,,ptember, 18S2.

Onion Box and Tomato
Box MLaterial.

The Undersigi ed exp et- to receive a Cargo
of Choice

About I-t November next, and will ble prepar-
Pd to suply the tiam'- on iuode-at'. te-,is to
apiprovedl Ci ,to11r--'s.
Hamilton, .'th Se-pteiber, :-' .-2 :p

The Undersigned
HIavej,! ij e. t -c.vl ;e-r"' :nid offer for

It;G-.- :(,iLJT(I:RN

I z ,P
O (U L E, i h .
s' tillon ;,ufust .9, I1't.

"1!0o eed.

r IE Undersigned br-es to inform Parties
who hiiv,e engaged SEED from him, that
the Seed arrived in London, on 9th instant.
and will in all rtroLability be here Ly next
hiinc,.o." List still open, Parties de.-siiou
of securing a real good Article will please ca1l
Devonshire, Aug. 2;, ISS2.-.2 :;p.

vow ;iVesdy.

Red and White. Will be Sold Cheap, by
5o. IH UUvR2I)e .
September -1, .12. .- : ey. or. wk. pd..


For a .e
A :tiperior rse )oDik -\\ periect-
ly IHarniless and Quiet.
With a new style
Carriage and Harness.
'tie ame would suit a Lady or Invalid.
Termis Mod,.ratte.
Please apply to
Hamilton, Septemb.r .5, 1.': 2.

Horses, Carriages and
(_lr'i.. :ur H ire.
T h.:- I.I.:d r-ige..i fi out in Ille a!-ove
Line- arr, e 's ,. I,,l '..l ie, i!,.rse, (..ui.ti and
",vep -.!t d i'.ep.;. t as it- --re of
I'-e ut i lc .uii .'

July 24, 1882.-(

iN\C-r the Re'ctoiy, lPaget.
6 m

Suregeoti MIajor IRVIN'E,
\Vatlington if us,
Septi.Mb-r 5, 182.-3


To arrivee per Stmr. Orinoco, on
Monday, September Ilth,
Please call early on Monday for the above.
'HlS. T. CO. Y'R S.
No. 9West Front streett ,
September 5, '-2. I

PTEU.P-ONTS having (l:.iains a'-n.inst
the REV. r. 0. YEAIRSLEY, Yvill
plee t; render a:n.u- on or before
The 11th instant.
And Persons Indebted will please tarrauge
their amounts by above date.
Haumilton, S ptember 4-th, 1 '.-1 pl.

Austrians Hungarians !

A COMMUNICATION from the Imperiala
.d Royal Au-tria-Hungarian Em-
ba,--v at London solicits and duly authorises
the G,-- man Consul for the Islands of Berrmu-
d:i to turnislh the dlesir-d t protection anil ns-ist-
tce t'o -' S:ubjects of the Empire of Au-stia antd
Kingdom of Iuingary, within th-sA. Isl..n,s,
according to ( Commercial
-Th-- Jinperial German Consul,

Bermuda, 1st S.-P.ten.ber, 1 .--

1 beg to state that Lm, Onion Seed has not
- arrived as per Notice in last week's
S" Guztt,... The :.- "' Canada" arrived in
New York too late for transhipmuntl on board
the Orinoco." But on her return, due here
on 1l1th instant, parties wi-bing a genuine
article can govern tbemsclves according to
former Notice.
Lists still open at Messrs. B. W. WALKER
& CO'S.., and at
Warwick, 5th -eptr., 18-l2.-1

, N ;is-''ortmii t, - and dressed Floo ing BO i'RDS,
Part of ca go Brigantine Alfitd" expect-
ed from Fetnaditma tina during present weeli.
A liberal disicoIun '.-ill ba allowed to pur-
chasers of 1 Oi') ihet, and upwards, if taken
from the \Whart.
S*. S. NG[ A M.
ITaniilton, 5th ?'e.t.., IS2.-Z 2 p.

Flard Stone Lime.

For Sale.
SQuIaniity of the above warrant-
-Ad Fard S'tone, for Sale at CooMBs'
FARM, S.'outhampton, West.
Arrangements lmay be- ma-)i. for delivery at
the Kiln or at aiy pait. of the Island on appli-
cation to
September 2, 1882.-O6mi

Colonial Secretarys Office
4th b.-ptembcr, 1882.
rpHE foilow-ing ACTS havo ptased by
th present Sssion:-

No. t.- An Act to provide for SfteaLt Corn-
municaitioni l,:.t:.-n theb',- Islan-.s and Lon-
don in the Crop Sai n of 1S3."
(In fore Inu'c-inuittvly.)
To. 9.-" An A..t t' repeal so much 0o:'the Act
entitled "'An A:t further to amenr.n the
Road Acts" 's imave not already been re-
(In force indefinitely.)
No. 10.-'" n Act to amend the Court Act
No. 11.-" ATn Aut relating to the currency of
certain Gold and Silver Coins in these Is-
In force ind-fniitely.)
No. 12.-" An .:-ti lor the erection of a New
Government Houso."
(In force indefinitely.)
3 Colonial Secretary.

V ~- ~


T ENDERS will be received at this Office
up to 12 noon,

On the 15th Sept.,

For the lease of the undermentioned W. D.
Ktlown ns H ihardson's Lot,"

St. George's, South East, of Royal Barracks,
and containing about I rood, dO perches of
Grazing LAND.
Possession on 1st October,
I S2.
Forms of Tender can be obtained at this
office, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
S',enir Commuaissariat Offloer.
(ConmuissaL iat (Jti ie,
Hamilton, 31st August, 182. I


Onion SEED.

C. 11. 1 V. 0 T'A, S OA
A,- received from Teneriffe, via Ne:s
-- Yol-:, his usual Supply of ONION
SEED, which is now ready for de-livery.
flamilton, 5th S.:t.. -' .

TleneriiTe Onion Seed.

The Undersignedhas received from
eit" t.1 \- \ Yorl:, hi i,nout Satpply ol

S.v re .1. th hi" w e te.k.
V. E. .LBOT.

H Ii;Ilt ,', 11n.1i3lt 2-S, l-.'S2..- 2 3 )11 Jd

1-1AYL YtAN!

150 Quairter hales HAY
\Vi!l be -o'l Chtjal, For ihe Cash," to clo'e
It Co s'lii tli] 'L .
H.-irniI;o 1, 23t \ ,-i 4. 1i S '.--2 3p

SNuibr of the .tb.:v.-e P'ANTS of.the
very best kin l for Barluuda Climate,
which p1.,oduce the b eight Red P'err, so well
adapted for shipping ;itid which meets with
such rea-ly sale in tLe N\ow York iMarket, will
i,e r.-eeived by Beta" from Halifax due here
On. thie 2.81 Instant.
Persons having eugaaL-d Plants will please
call on or about: the "uhtb Instant for them,
ani those de-,iious ot iigaging Plants will do
well to make arraue-.u-ints before ihe lith,
that the order may g' forward by the Beta"
on the 12th.
T'1h Price of the Pln.ts pet hundred, Five
Shillings, Cash.
G. O. o.J7'TAT -.Y.
Hamilton, Septr., 5th, 1832.

Just .Arri.ved )der Schr.
Mary L. Dunrn,"
And offered for Sale by the Undersigned.

Blight Onion Box MATERIAL
Tomato Box ENDS & LATHS
Andl a small quantity of W. Pine LUM-
Hamilton, Aug. 29, 1S?.

P0-,' OF ICE, HA .IiLTON. ndi A,; 1.
Geo Alden, T B Bean. Saml Burclal, Martha
Baird, L'a>-elia Butterfield Schr (.o'dl,') City,
Handy & Cronise, Caetano Dominpo, Thomas
Darr-ll, Maria Em:nituelon. Aut.onit,. J-de Freito',
lohlin Fox. Jihu W Greid, Charles Gordon, Jeo &A.
Harle), A Jinoi, John S JohLi,.:i, T:,umran Lloyd,
Antonio J Lu.z ;-"hr. "'Wm Martin," B Musson,
F W Mar hall. Manoel J Miachado, Robe Moe,
Thoi Nugent, Adira Outerbridge, Miss R O'Leai,
Squsan Pa-.rrkwood, len; ty P:.ckwo.d, Wi Riobin
son, A 11 Rose, Juniathai J ,mitl, Birj W Sni:h,
1H Stow, Bella `nmith, A.!ihovn Smitb. John Stc-
pheuiseu naetauo D Soares. J T Smith, Thos mith,
Slwl J Virgin, Heomietta Vilson, R E Webster,
Thus 'Wawuun.
iICEt I; 'C'"-.. K ., :.-pteint' r. I'?
Jiha Ai;bu.y, A Luicna;i, Lyoui C C ... ; ,
F1 Lushe, teh;. "' Eunmma Jane," Luizi .'radi,
Barque "Gay Head," William Nealson Smith,
ydia Tucker, Schr, Willi.:ia Martin."




IReal Eistato in I unil tI i
1-rish lor .-Ele.

A Jwj'wellin .
..... r. 4 j, t ; .. L ..

A.. n ',_ ,q rv -l o i u ,
t i i : .h
t ,'1,' 1. ,- h .'Jk,, l ,-Iti 'i^ :,, ill 'I u *iu !',. 1 riP .
1.v L a '-. Lt, th. )
i'.m.i .h i ^ st-l: 1 \Lin l th. t
the l'tt, A 'i:{Itilny ,u.,i l,.l .. r'j t. ... lv
on "t,- ,-.a. West.erly, by Lan i.,: R. f t
Petiit.,,I. ain'l NN -iLht-rly on P,. n',l : A'ilt
'W L A:i .', cntnoiily kno'vnll t; 'r,.rli'
Pou'LJ." J'l Law n' i intt-rs'-t.:-l ., "'
?,l.i'it y ', l. wvhi.', runs quit '
Dw .ilng I , .Pri.:i mo :. A Iply
early i.)
14th August, -'..

The Liverpool & London
3A),4 GUtWE 1A5&'-
ance Comniany.

"llE TUndersi.ned having bee.) ,,i..jiIo l el
Ag.'ntsl, in .rllht'l ht t 'o," th. bLJ i -'ovi-
p.-iuy (i.Lj. )f :!.i leit.ina- O)Lf,.s ii Gi r- t l ii-
t. in l ::! ,. ,,c .-i l l II', u u ) Y ; i. ."*'I l t :,
Ito-i ji -. r-cti.: -0 ; i;-.t P : E i! */ '. r .

'Tl' .kiinu.l dl :.ii t uf t'1his ('.,,[i :. y ,l -
n itt il iat ihe last GJin,--rl, M ie,;ih .-i- L.-r-
pIool ii 1-.ay, .sh,.w-:. iii : D ivib'l'-ui l h i i. ... -1.
.with l h aiy utlie'h ii:'-.. I ,in! in i. l. 't ,- i 'i
Uude-r.i,irn d will I.- pi-us,'.! to ,h'cow i.. any
one who b,(ay apply tu thei-m t tlhii;" t-fF,:.
Haniilton, Be-rmuda,(
14th August, 1.5t2. )


Wage:a 15' per week with i..'ot1ute.
None but s,: iuI,,lthi r iiu is ien lee'.1 aIpply.
Pa titer Vale.
August 29th, 18,2.-'2

AWNilliam James iteney,
2 .'' 'T 10' O iE U;,
Shipping and Coiurmission Agent,
Q it'il-. St r,-t.t,
H IMllT(JN, B':itVLUO)A.
PromIpt at l.tntion given i coIn tsi w mienPi.

r Auction lines o' e P, i i ).

= _d.-_--+ ---7 -"" ''' -y "'- !

Liverpool, Queeistiwl La-N' .,
and New Ylork.
E(:YPT, THE '-tEEN, DEN:.kAI..:,
Th-e .TEAMISHIP5S. of this ine :..:iss
TWE r.' o. r tih laig-e st av4 eina (,-"i> ,
to \ni t) ( Co ipaiiny) in thi- Atlantic s,- ri.-, -:ia -
ing tle port of N..w Y",rk. Thieiy ar- lilt eii-
tirely f i iron ain.. steel, ex-tl t the ip,.c'ly d -
corativ I.-arts, are ,livi,'!-d bito wa.t-r-tightt
al fill:, pIoof coulpai tients, and 01r1ivid_. 1
w-itih -.verythling calculated, to adl t to ii.
s.'.-ty, an l to the comfin ort :ind- (oI v i:'I -ii' of
passengeis. The saluoiis and i ta.l .tI oo1,- s 'all
on theli ain dec -,k' r-i unusully lare, li',
anli ally. Ilhe tahle l l gen.--rld i.,pilt-
imeits compare favourably with tihel:. t ht,1ls
iu Eingland.i.
O( ne of these stawltai.t will 'oil irc',o v
VI-ik ifvw i [ n thl w i .ki --. tLu :, iof ,
in cu- Ihey To Qui.-.tu.,tow n ;id Liv i .i.l
-, i :<. ,'l. T '> L ,- >nd ..ii d irj h. l" .l r .. : "
i I .. -- it: S-,i I n -s-l : I L, -. ..
; !' --i.i p e-'.- :. '. !!i i i Ii t. a
i lc.ti l., is |ply t. th .'tr, : i y -,_. ..,
-i,"... Iai:.l 73 ..I. .I .. i .. '. n :.

.New i Ol'k, Ji ltuury "'7, 1 .fl

tI. A House a nd Lot,

In the utown of HUit/uti,
For P'l ieulars ;le.i-e )1,)IP t,
I!* ,, llror. N o\ r. *g. i I.
ILVER Watches from ". -o!
WatceL s from '5 to 2". :. .l'.. All
WVarrau ted.

P-r. Ii'limnh ;xninsi I: a

AT I'r ., : OtT li 'i ATI'E i AL L
,',,, be' t)b!sa ed from tine
flvti:N I V, I,; X t'14.\CI-: CO.1t'.. N
of .(...LndI',
i-., ofl'i !,,t .e-t Latabiib ie., ..;. \- lt .
t:hi a ill liroat tl. ii.
T'lhrough lll -eN l t 'II ( r' ,'i' --,
Id iI !ds, >.navir,. is r-ifected t. : -. I '
of the .uia s )ut.i/ ;I v. eiy con.o i. '1ol it.g :- .
t:[I- :. L3 T.. io
  • P'i i: : : 'I' Y ior 3,) 6 or i'. o' ,
    N 1-EES .nd ro ;R ia "o i'. i-
    N. -A. BId *.'Tg F, _J.
    ni p.
    HInid: Iti, September 9th, 1856.


    .i_ *. _a S .. l- Np

    ri' E.'. FURRE-:ESEi iavinl a.alyl. dt
    -, ,/,. luiii i t f B--ri-tudi iol. is In-""
    p.,.,.. t,." furni-tli L ; C .IPLiLTE MANURE,
    iit:all. to the cropi tleso
    Island .



    .'ti-r beTrry,&C'.. Se.
    J hl se an.r.,.s "i!' f Il'- tir-o o,) dou' r, I naniufita -
    h ie jrt... Pit- iIU.!l et.'I i atLlU and will
    r ,i. .. 1' lt I b.}r :-' t < l.(i t,
    in til n ir 1 .', r4. i'ters, m e p.-ing
    th,: t i] i .. t al,/ -l/ n "/, c.
    '. iL- ..t be~-n useiod
    i'. i ; .'* ,-, .' t l :,'.11 .' !',tU i ... ,',,.,ll ,',: ,/ ,. // "

    i ull ,ih',.1 *t r,.- ,'i I,,; '..iv,?! t,0 e,-l. buy.i')'.
    .l ; C :- i ii il <:,.l i ,l i' l t 1.'1 I '

    .. A .. fl ,
    'r ,-u -. "- -

    -._r, t, P. F '-i 'L. j A. I";,

    i_11 1' Yo!rk,
    TI itclttoii, .-'.u.iin t :."h, i18S'i2. -3 i. .

    LI.. I. iL* I tI '4 .1 '

    Thve .'rl.,,iet,1r (i' tj' .o ;I e iotel
    having oo ,i to -.till n tiit-r- alterations ha.-,
    n,.ow Ol:.ened
    A Public Billiard Room,
    Audl respectfully solic.its a ha're of the Pablei
    l at r i g'e.
    il :i: t'eet Hamilton, Aug-ust 14 l:,.S


    mO prevent any ,ujisIcon.tiuction obtaining
    T through ily adl'rerti,- _ut t in reter-ince t,)
    Bills int d n'ii;i tiir U it !, had fromiii y
    St*t..'i.-, I .i 'iii it ad.: ;.abl., to I'-tat.:e detinitely
    tlhat t .. ;ine h 0s iio r.f1 O1 -.1 dir t-ltly or in-
    lii ,i ly t.i .'nly lt'i-Sol X '.J .l thl.-,, owiilg htor

    ,. t i11ERDEN.

    I t; i'r tlit..'L i I l' -

    -- .r..

    c11 .N A_ 0

    L V
    -. -x-c1 .' Xk-,

    W kYOliNG, T'Ii Ja. JuNly 1 1, :at 2-110 p..
    11 lZ IN .1 ** 18, i (i U .
    N. '-l A.' \ 25 '" 2* t I .,wril.
    U., > .'. i iu ust" I, (i-UO _a m.
    A Si, A ** I- ; .it -30 ,, ..
    AI\\ I X,? l5., at -WlJ j i.
    S' ", .'. "l o-K .1f1 .1 .
    id i i !ci!Ii'a-i 'l' 'i. l.
    S,.. .' I w -t .L-. l i i

    ,' .. 1 'i I it .1 i. i ls i I d

    J i i .
    S., 't' -.. '. ] I .

    S -, r ".r.l ,, a.

    .,i h. ,

    SE:- Light i

    1 Spring .1'idle it ;r'J, jIst pLiited
    and trinuied t'21 us. ("d/.

    1 Eiliptic Spring Ditto,
    ,ea y tnew C 5 I's-. (li.
    'l'. i .n .1 t
    t;; "lilA :

    ilarne-s. an Carri .go .-,' I .
    . I ...inil .on,. ug ..t., i .I .

    Ainr..!. o i Oh at **R" I ;'. I ",azett.." Depwi' ai'r
    a tnii sup.-ly at PUtmLiW ..t'i-. OOL BOOKc,
    ii ., ~,;:',iiJd, Third ,nti Fourth READ-
    L'4.S, '.'I Lc.Ur.tplhy s. s . ,' i,.'- a-.iortId Uiti tLberi .
    ;'. . _. 1 ,- .' .'. 'L i. LX ,..
    .-'- 'U S1., l -" -

    + -' I.- i :t.,. .',,..l.y ..i:'--! eS JlUc: er- '"iL -
    .. .. :.: e iL'utt :., ,ii Ves .' ,inj .
    .|,. ,' ,uI' d 2. i: -. %i -. o, <.oluli 'lte.

    Portland 1eu-t.

    B2-) Barrel- ('Thilliigrli Portiand

    Expect d 1in a Iol day-, e-< hip J Zii.-a'" froni
    LondonI aind fr i,it lot. e. fto'r ie by
    S4lAJJL. J. ,.-1STAH S.
    iamiltoin, Augusit .:-, ;32.-3 pld


    es-'" i. 0 am. .a

    Boot aud Shoe

    Earne-tly solicit 'as .-lt f tle Public ptrotu-

    Chilr.--1u't0 Boots in gi-.-ft vart iti,-
    YoLuth's and Boy', II'ots a Sl.USciality
    IRvid. St., Hamiltou.n
    August 22nd, lg.

    .~i. .; j '
    a._- ^ I ,-9


    . rt S 1I i'* h.iviiir nil:a.e ixteiIiv a tei.
    J-L' ;iiom ii .;j I ,I .'hid adC ,ic i .,ilJ fli }, ii..-
    '-.PC 'i-div .o kih ; 'li. l'alro,;iL ot" L' IuL ill
    1.N I'LE'IEX it--juirli 11';1 : I [ -' l., l 'i '

    fli're.s~imenIt-, -.ui',iA d at ainv h'..ur.
    Reid Street, Hitmilton,
    .Junie 1e. 1._' .


    To the ]-iuarnessMaking Business by1 the Un-
    Reid St., ueir' Post Offir
    Hamilton, August 22ud, 1I9"2.

    08 o0 0 ,FF .,.
    Eve'irybody wants it. but v'_y few -ge ite
    because miost people do ii-ot kliloa' ho:w t.)
    select cofft, or it is spoilLd in tihe r,
    in" or malinig. To obviatet tm:tse diittliul
    Ii lhas la beeu ur .4tildy. Thurbr's lpaLk-
    L.1' LUt;:.-:'s are selected. by au lsexp rt w\l,)

    uaiu i-.stands the art of bleudiiing v'iiaiu
    tiavors. They are roasted in th.- m-Iot
    perfect maiuier (it is ii pori"!, to ,:;Ist
    w,.ll illn smill quantitiet-), thLen put ini
    p l).1n11l1 p;iacka;- e-s (i.,, t/,E .lvl, ir ..! 'ir< i.' )
    boeariil_ our .-ignatiture tis i gui.t a -itee tf
    .-i; il-lleiHit I i fald ,_. ,:I p il>'tkt i:'l O!lt: tlhiti > L .'
    'l li'.irii: r'l.e for tLaklil goodl Cut'-j-. W- e
    l,.Ik \wo k nids.TIhurb,-r's "" No..J-I." stron.g.,
    ni.t iiut il, .t ; Thul rber's No. "3 ." it ili'
    :i. i i. 011(1One or the otl;her will suit -1'*v '
    .ist.-. Thiy have the three great pjiut'.

    i ." /i',i (ir-U ..' r ./,r 'si /,, -'
    l.>tol (',.: in p1.,,und p bi, .o. ,'A, "" N u. J4
    ," \ '.i.,. -.." Do not b- puI:t off with alny
    other kind-your own palate will tell you
    what is. best.
    Whoro persons desire it. we also furnish
    the '" IJhal" Cutf.e:-put. the siwupl,-.t, lest
    anid chelatp.esLt .o.te-pot in existenie.l
    Grocer., who sell our C'.,it':-fe keep them
    Ask tor. escriiptive cireduar.
    R esl,.-ctiftily. & :*.,-
    H. K. & F. E. THUiLRBER & CO..
    Impot lis, Griocer.s ad i .'oi'ffee
    It ta.-'ter..., Newv Yu k.
    P.S.--As the lI:ig-esL d--ldeir in food pro-
    din; l- in the world, w\e eun-iL-r it. our in-
    tIerest to Luanuatidt ur. only lpurt aind
    wholesome goo. .- aui.i l ptk h in .1 tidy
    and satiitfactoi. )y 111alLiT-r. All go.s
    beating ouir Uiime ii- -giiarantt.ld to be
    of .-ul. erioL r q.iality, pur' 1 1 /,,/ .'/.<, .:,,
    1111d ltdalers nit ri..itboii-id to ret'funli the
    purchase price ill any .':ase where cut.totu.-
    ers hlave' tu-- tfor Ilissait-sfetio.n. It is
    tloier-for.? to th iutoi,-t uf buth dealers
    aii d cousuiiers t ii : ii '.' i. .,- <' i .',,;d ,

    Bernut da \ Veteriiiaj ry ill-
    'i: E: [)ORE ( i .. IDGUi, u.V.'.. .e
    aidene. itliiiiiiii.
    E. REID M iii ,,.l : 1, D.V...., ,-,tien.I -, i ,
    illou iai a i.

    v. ill i-it mt. *!r'i!'- %.liiily'iiou !'.'uet
    ]i\ -- il .' i i !in .. :ii'
    iL v 'li I., I i .n i 'i. t !;l .i o tr ) t', '-.

    it. Ltt :.
    t a -" .' .

    ANDi, .'..;' IS ,
    L. -o. lON, .
    P'ei* ,ii '- lttentioin g %veit to Conlli -in n l i a '
    I'vrimnida PliODUIJ.: and the tilling o0 J -
    riudi n, der;.
    April ,0. I ]..

    For "Ad,

    S- A BROWN

    ..ii t-.Ir ii tault, utily too s;iual! f r the
    Own-.i.', nute:. Will exchange f..r ai lhL-r.'r

    Terms uade known on applic tion to)
    J,,. IH BA1R I li'T.
    - ilamil.tu, Juno 12. tldd'.

    Coi-mmuicat'iol v Tele- CnowN
    jd-one. rT TThhIN OjiPANM ,

    mHfLURPHOIN'T! .ni th. necessary Mateial.s Coru,'', of Reid & Blrnaby Sts.,
    o if thb- ,,:) t appr\id description for Between Medical Hall and the 'Gazette' Otffie,
    prov'idin*' C,,:uillmniecati,:,- are now, applied H;'Tuilt,..n, BraiMlda.
    for EXPORT by the Con solidlated Telephone :ltiftactuirors of all kinld of A\era-
    I Li'-nstt ii-lion and ?f:iintna:ln-e C-tiUp:llil
    'Limit.-di, No, 6. Lombard Street, London, ted Beverages, Double Soda Water, Lemon-
    En..latil<. idte. Belfast Ginger Ale, Quinine Tonic Water.
    Estimates and aniy furthi -r particulars on Chaiui lg.-ie Cider. etc., etc., of superior quial-
    appliention as above, ity. S.oda, Water and Seltzer Water in syphons.
    1 ',.d A:u.gust. l'.--. -Prices as low as any other establishment.
    i Terms to Canteeus, Messes. and.
    LANE HARRrs.-Prikcilla Arabella Attwoods large Consuimers.
    SWill. Whereas by au Order dated the "-9th August l., IS-2.--3m.
    July. 1"-s,jn the Mntter of the Trusts ot the share *
    of Iito Rehsiduary Estate hequeathe'd iu tru-,,t For rills Sefld'I
    ihbe clildiren or issue of Jane H ri by iv the Will of *
    SPricilla Arabella Ai tw.ood la'.e tI Ecki,.iintou in the
    C,.uit n \ Wore.,ther 'lim.,it-r dleeeaed subject to Just Received at C. I!. Robinson's
    dut. ; and in the waieoafieAr ot tie A 1t ith and I ltih
    Vietor'ina utitied A' Act Inr better seceuriug trust Noi'. 4' ii-nit rireet. I'resh supply oil"
    1'i ed aniid lu" ir "- relief n Tilteve.' anEnqi Gqry Is en1 C 'F f
    iieen diiected otherhr Jo.hiua Jevoi4 ever had a- i .. l .J 1
    Daursbtlcr n:uiedJuaie Flairiis. nud it h ad Lluchan a e
    Daughter whether she haid i.r and what children or Also, tRece-ivtil pe-" Shr. \l .g;ii" from
    ahildl or iisue on a deceaisedl ,-lild living at tho de- I iei.,ice., -i f.v Bags ~ tupericor Qulality
    ,'lase of tIlle saii Testarris, that is to sFir, (on l- Oth i a
    F.-lIru:-ry, IS7.), anod wvhethi-r any auld which of such f Q .' 6'
    ebCldr.-tl m" issue iri' ,.A i, uiow living., and whether \\%hickin ,:, he I.btainad at a lowt rate.
    anyaiit which of itch r-hiil.rei attained thue a.:- ol !iumili .,. 1 d .. I .5t \ -uii.i- -'0
    IW v'erli's, ,1' \M!)Ii t wi. ,o I ".r i-re the resieie- -"
    tiv,- :i:e ol such e-hlldreie .-r child. Now pir.'iit LL the L Novelties in Plated Ware as
    to Oiwi sAiil o.d -t the |jei .uA. or petifw!i Cli.'iinliiC A
    treopir sid l the t t.. s l ANE I -iu i] her -jil- il wvIell as neess:u articles at Childs. Call
    iCt i ,i .iLll, or is. ,- ,1 i deeuaie child Iiviu,' 'e.-
    tV 9th L .7li.iitr '7.).i at-- by their ,.M!ieit Ii r on or
    6.,,otC, ,,ll, l .Ii iu.av i, tV:. come. in an, prove Limee Line !! Lime !!!
    their ('l.miLI :t i bh, 'lh:iiabei w of the Hon. Mr Justie ,
    Fry :.l N .. I-2 t.I,.' iui Huibotu, Mid.ile-esx, .
    EuM!a t.It. *tr il, dilrailt ihr,-et they will b l- 'erimp- [ L.1i E )blurilnt with Cedar Wood
    t..rill\ si;.:.,-Jd tIriru the benefit -it the sit Ordor -L ,al, can ii e puircliased at the Kiln
    tiNV d tI i'!, t7l Fol r 'ry. 1 n3, ) die ,itt i is l o 'o ,ti from niao bushel l,, 25 at 9d.;
    14. ..ham .'i kJ"ppiinwted for he-aring and adjidi- for a:l ,1,rler, Over -' 5, special arrautigemniits can
    ean:ii upl-i ,i e I .'i, r, u the evidlenue ,- -I 'a
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    ti--' limu:-l Jane H;iri i aud it i Ielieve.1 he i "lt ijpicat ion ** Iyal bIazelte" Office.
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    1836, and] iiit the o aid .iflt i-hlrrid went ti. th-. C
    iou3 to wviiii. her hlnialbi'id h.'l been tucusi'ort'd l"J & Arr:img- .eits I'for delivery to any part
    wvilh Ihe ri-,- ..t : aiii j.:iij i bii j il hi.-- l 'elea e. f iie i l.ii 1 .i l.,n r b m ade.
    DoeAd tihe 6th d.iy lit July. is:-,. __
    ALFRED RAWLINNON. (hif, Clerk. )IANOS and Organs sold on the Instalment
    Cll..Tp-CH RLNDELL & TREHANE. Pla at E. T. Child's.
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    l.a,lPetitiioners, i- ( i l a

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    S E L F C U R A T I V ES,

    Dr, Bryai's Electric Bells.

    Coronic Nervous Dieeages, Nervous D-bility, Phy.
    ei.:al Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis,
    Spinal COmLpl-iints, Luug fistordeis, Iiupotency,
    Liver Cotmplaiits, Dysp'psia, Rhemat.ism,
    Headacbes, Freale Complaints, Premalure De.
    cay, tac

    THIS wonide-lul discovery in the application of
    El-ctricity euablos the sufferer to give scien-
    lific attention to his own case in accourdaice with
    N.,-ure's I v's. Phe nelL act by aid of the heat
    i)u.i ru'.i aiu(,a i' be body and evolve continuous
    Current A hat infuse ite *-ysleno with the vializing
    eitnflen until (te dlisease is overcome, and a re-
    clnpet-. ive p., .3 established.
    T'l-, Elet-'o-'Magnetic ('urent,as evolved by Dr.
    brjiant' duipliance-,st r .ng the n.irv ous system
    ..ive force to the bruia and digestive uaclioni, re.
    -tore I,;-. or impaired poYcr ol body or mind,
    wnelijec- urisiakl Irurn. ac:' of imprudence, sickness
    ior old ;',,..
    liausirated t'amptiles, giving all particulars, sent
    un applich'.iou. Orders received through any re- Commission house, and in ordering send
    ,J 11:rI- I t ul I.e waist and slate Lhe nature of the
    i.u.i-mii, a.-d a builtAble appliance will be sent to

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    (1HILD cau supply you with a reliable Clock
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