Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Volume ID: VID00091
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. 37.-Vol. LV. STATE SUPER VZAS ANTIQUAS. 24s. per Ann.

Hanmilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, Septenber 12, 188. .
I i _Il Pi ii iiH

B E R it U D A. how can he profitably employ men. When under. them with bay sand, after they are done bearing,
draining first came into operation in England a well. which is generally about May. If sand is used
Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative to-do farmer said to me-the first thing that farm- spread it over the ground and about the root, and
Council. era have gut to do in draining is to lay a drain in so keep them cool. Some again prefer allowing the
S Septeber1882-Pursuant to ad their heads and drain all the old customs and pr..- weeds to grow around and to clan and manure
mjSt et. udoursuant adout-and aU-h a remark I havefound quite them in October. 10o plants this year will give
journment the House met. as applicable ehewhere as in England. When you thousands the next season; a the increase is great
paraet.-His Honor Josib h Rees, Chief Justice, come to speak to a planter about his systemrn of they should be removed every thirdyear.
President working his ground you step on sacred ground: P S. Do not fail to plant a few hundred plants
The Honorable Eugenius Harvey, .for my great graud-father did sound he got along, th season, so as to get the zight stock to start
Joseph H. Harvey, and I dent bee why I shox44 not. The only iya. with next year. We cannot however expect to'
"i J James Tucker, Rear. Genl., tumthat I know of of knocking the props from make (,r fruit buainess a success without a fast
O. S. Tucker, under old cutuoms and prejudices is the establish a uc hu a faoat.
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secty. met of .O.W.
The following Bills and a Resolve were brought A COLONLSanL EZlPRMIaTL An Accaxoal ,_,. .
up from the House of Assembly and read the first NuaU, il
time:- A Nurseryman for Controller; not one with ashirt Protect the Family.
A Bill entitled "An Act to provide a Steam bosom and wrist-band gold-studded, and with pa.
Ferry between the Salt Kettle and the Town of tent leather boots: but one that has cow-hides Its Ithe daty or rvtry maan rich ,rl ptor, who
Hamilton," boots, and is competent for all the various branches has created a houe, to oe prloision
A Bill entitled "-An Act to provide for the of the nursery business...O i t rned oe, h oe r si
barking of all Packages of Vegelable Prduce Nurserymen stand at the head of all Agriculture against the uieitable, 7r thos' who are d -.
to be shipped from these Islands,", and Horticulture pursuits, excepting the Landscape. dentt on him.
And, The Landscape is the immediate precursor of both
A Resolve for refunding to Mr. Samuel Sallus Agriuulturo and Horticulture pursuits; he is the THE M1UTUAL
Ingham, Jr., a certain sum overpaid for Light duty first ou the ground and the last before the actual -
on the -teamship -Vidette." Tlties ctfmmence. As he leaves the ground so RIESERVE FUND LIFE AS-'
Ordered, that the following Bill and Resolves, they are to be kept, and worked on. It is through, -
passed at the last meeting of the Council, be laid the hand of the Nurseryman that all the food pro. association of New York. -
before His Excellency the Govcrnor by the lonble. during material is distributed, both forman and E. IARPR, President, I
Cavendish Boyle: beast, through the world, ai.s well as all improved EII. R R rie
The Billeutled "AnActt amend and conti. fius. It is through the Nurserymen by their pROVIIES a perfect indemnity to holdeno
ne thel Schoole Act 1879, trial grounds that the world has saved millions of of Certulienles at ihe lowest cost cuusistent
The Resolve sfo refunding to Messrs. Trot & dollars. A Nurseryman never offers anything to tiith the greatest possible security.
qhe Resolve for refunding to esr
Cox, duties paid on certain Steam Machinery, the public until he has proved it and found out its I'le sstn.m an equitably aiijusted
'Tho Resolve For refunding to Messrs. Tiolot& merits and demerits. It matters not how well it Itesere 'Fund and the mutual plan so succvss-
Cox a sum overpaid for Light dues on the steam- hay heod not trust ti nd that d father :ully o e lated in England where similar Life
ship"Deesoug," And night.'recommend, until he proved it himself. Asoiations are still flourishing that have ex-:
The ResolveQu for supplying Steps and Blinds at eybus s i divided into three diviesionsterningsacrue to
Imenrt, which includes the graperies under glas hets only.I o -
David's. conservitozies, green houses, and cold frames: '[lie new busies. of this association npprox-'
te following Message fiom His Excellency the The head of this department business is toperpetu. images tw andi one half I1 million dollars per!
Governor, was delivered ty the Colonial Secretary: ate and propagate by cutting, gratting, enarching, month whirl, dent'ouslrtates the great popul.rily
(Nn. 17.) layering and growing choiceplants and all varieties. of hie Rfcieav, FPnd" system, aud is an earn-
T. L. GALLWEY, of ornamental shrubs for sale; the propagating of est that this A.sociatiou will eclipse all Lileo
Lieut. General, grapes by grafting on their own roots is done in Organizatio's in cheapres of cunt. i nunuber
nor and o r-n- this department and then handed over to the head ozr,sa ine, p of Busins, ar ium
oeor an omanern-i of the ground department I of Membcr, aud in volume of Business, and is a
The Governor has the bonur to ford to the The second department includes forest trees and guarantee of future j.eraneucy and stability.
Honble. the Legislative Council the Repuit of the all kinds of fruit trees, is called the ground de- its Pillars ol strength area Rieserve luid,
Board of Education for the 'welve Months ending partient : the work of this department is grafting Graded rates, Selected risks, o'ontinu system,
P30th Junde, s2. 1- and perpetuating all choke fruit, also budding and An open Ledger, :, nd a Trust (iouipany.
PublicBuildings, Hamilton, layering, raising forest trees from seeds growing, Applications received from thr ages of' 15 to
1st September, 18s2. and getting all ready for sale. 135 years, and every information furnished by
The Honble. James Tucker presented a Petition The third department is the experimental grow- ev ihed by
from certain Parishioner uof and Residcuts in War- ing, trying and proving the merits and demeriti of Vr C. HY LAN D
wick Parish, praying that I he ote mane by Re- new kinds of fruits, farm and kitchen garden.vege- Agent for Ber" da
solve No. 16, granting 1-16 for a Public VWharl tables, grains, grasses and the different kinds of xam ng Physan, rm .
at "'Spithead" be resumed, and instead thereof a canes; what is proved to be good and beneficial to Examining Physician,
sum be granted for the erection of two Public the country, is offered to the pulbli, with instruc- DR. PARK B. TUCKER, M.D.,
Wharves on more convenient sites in that Pat ish. tions how to grow it. The wages of the head of,
Adjourned to Friday next, the 8th insult, at each department is from $60 to $100 per month. Ii laiilon. l
11-3,a.m. e The head Nurseryman himself has a practical St. George's, Ist Septeimber, J862.-4
Knowledge of each department as if he only made
OLONILL EXPERIMENTAL AND ACCLA-O of the department a peeiallty, and just so f H AM ILTOH OOL
as lie travtwls lung through his gruunds, just so I ATA ILTON SCHOOL
LMATORY NURSERY. last he tan detect what s going on right or going
MR. EDrron.-1I am fully convinced that, if the onwrong. JOf fHW. HE.,I ',
planters of this Colony are to come to the front I do not on any account propose that a Nursery Principal.
some one must take the lead and by actual demon- should be established in this Colony on a large
station prove what this highly favoured, heavenly scale; I would propose 10 acres to commence with
Island can do in choke "fruits and vegetables: -with a competent man at the head. No milk- 1.1R. H. would respectfully inform the Pub-
talkingand writing do nut amount to a hill of and-water man ill answer at all; it is a position lic that the above School will be Open.
talking and writing do nt amot to a hill oft great impurtance to tht whole Colony. ed on C
bea n. A d
I am told of one. gentleman asking another why Approximated cost per acre the first year for
he did not build himself a grapery, the answer was horse, (a yoke of oxen I would prefer) waggons, M londayv Se tember 44th ,
I must see how Mr. ---s answers first I emplements, wanuzes,leeds, labour; 12gla. sashes, S P r
myself a.ked a gentleman if he was not going to ft. 6in. by 6ft., lor trames f...r propagating and 1882, at 9 A.M.
pluat some strawberries for fanuly use. Well, he owing delicate seeds in, also material for packing For Terms and other particulars apply at
thought not until he saw how those that someone iu, will be titty pounds. Anything less than 50 the School, No. 4, Wesley Street. -
els had planted turned out. Now these gentle- pounds will prove a complete failure, a the a anur. Hamilton, August 23, I882.--3
men are both as well to do as any gentlemen in w be a te r the ba6 f a operation.
the Island, but are willing to run no risk, but are I am, Mr. Editor, i Notice --
willing tu pruoit by the experiments of poorer poo- Yours most respectfully, Notice !. l i
ple who can ill attord to run risks in experiments. A T .I.N G
do not remember travelling though any district JAMS ILLING, W, P. rsi ed has ust received
or rovines but what wht had its experimental or trial Paget, 1st September, 1882. The Undersignedhas just received
grounds. ----- per S. S. Orinueo" from Toneriffe via Nuw
coIn dmy opinion the greatest boontheGoer ent CULTURE OF STRA BERRIES IN BER. York, his usual supply or lied and iVite,
could grant to this Colony would be An Experi- CULTURE OF STRAWBERRIES IN BEYy
mental anud Acelimatory Nursery; and restore the MUDA. So .fl t,. i f,
production of Peaches, Grapes, Oranges, Coffee ME. Enrron,-As I am so frequently asked by t'l -"a i
and other fruits, &c., also to introduce other Tropi- Parties when they are ordering plants, how they W
cal fruits as well as to get into another channel of should plant them, and believing they are going to The amno will be re:dy for Idelivery in a few
growing vegetables. be a large export from this country if proper attan- diiy. p
There is every facility of growing very choice tion is given, I would like to see it prove a T P t
fruit in this Colouy and on ground and in places success so as to relieve our farmers front plant- ; HJ oP'O
that are now not at all occupied. For instance, ing such large quantities of onions. Now is the 3 and 5 Queeu Street. h
all along the foot of the hills from one-fourth to time to get your land ready for them. You should Ilamilton, August 29, L2,.-3 -
two-thirds of the height could be planted, and choose slopes of land facing the South, as they ------- --- --- ------- ----- -
would be protected from winds and other external would be less exposed, and as they need the warm rene ift Onio I
forces of Nature. This Colony is ,;aplloe of pro- sun for early ripening. Blown or red soil is best Iene llI Onion Seed. p
during more value in fruit than it is now doing in for early, lighter soil would do for later. Your ...__.
vegetable,,; and from ground th:,t is not at present laudhabould be matured at once, well rotted manmue -
occupied,laying waste. Not being capable of grow- is best. When you are ready to plant broadcast a The Undersigned has received a o
ing Oranges and Pea,:hes in this Colony ou ac- little lime over the ground and fork it in lightly. Supply of the above Article,
count of insects, is a flimsy excuse: if the Cana. In red soil they should be planted from 12 to 14
dians and Americans had been faint-hearted cow- inches apart eaci way ; in light soil 18 inches. Wh!ch he offers a'. a rerasntble rate fjr Cash
ards to give up growing fruit on account of in. Thuy should not be planted any closer. Spiead Persous who have engaged wil please call ear-
sects, they would now be in a sorry condition so their roots with your fingers when planting, keep ly.
far as regards fruit growing, them clean by raking about them; a little bone PR CO OPER.
If the Government would commence a Nursery dust thrown about the roots will urry their growth.
and trial groinds on a commercial basis, it would I have heard of kioosene oil being thrown over the lHinilton, Au.'gust 28, IS2.-;3
soon be self-supporting. After it is once started land after its being ready, for the purpose of keep- -------------
it should be worked on the principle of having no ing the grubs away. I think a little would not t o
one to fall back on in case of any mishap. When hurt, but it must be used cautiously and only when 0110
once started the Government should not be known the grubs are truublesomo. You could place some-
at all in the matter, and no one else, so far as re- thing under the fruit, such as blue slate ur broken
gards looking for support. By judicious manage- crockery. The old vines will commence giving PORTLAND clrE fN
meant the Nursery will pay its own expenses the fruit in December, while the young plants will not
first year, and have a balance in hand for further yield till two months later. I cannot see why we ..xpeced to arrive daily at low rates.
improvements. Because it is Government matter it should not make this a paying crop, when it hasbeen II/ B LU K
does not follow that the country should be supplied proved that they produce as well here as ina America. L UCK.
with fruit trees, seeds and other things free of I have neverseen anygrowingandyieldingany bet- lHantilt,.u, Auguel 29, 1582.-3 3p
cost. Neitherdoesittollowthat anything should be ter in Virginia or Maryland. I have seen some -.........
sold out of the Nursery at a cheaper rate than what fields of 20 acres, and it pays them at 10 cents
theycanbeboughtforitacommercialnursvry, either a quart, but as we can supply the American
in the Canadas or the States. .t consider the coun. market at a season of the year when they can-
try will be well remunerated by receiving publish- not get supplies elsewhere, say from Dec.ember iT 1 n
information of the experiments gratis-being to April, an would fetch from $1 to $4t r 1iO Ses Uarrmlag'es al(l
generous any way further than this would be in- quart. I have been informed by one of our reliable
jurious, and have a very immoral effect; have a Farmers, who has rained this fruit for many years. Calls for Hire.
tendency to encourage in.lulk-euce. The Colony is that he would sooner raise these ber riJs for 1' V 'Thu U r i i a in
already over-stocked with indlence and can very quart than potatoes at our highest prices. If it ider-igned having a fit 0am in hie a..ove
wetl atford to dispose of two-thirds of it, to the should become a paying business, ,s I have no Lice-c. arranges Confortable, horses Quiet and
greatest advantage. Those that are energetic one- doubt it will, and a well-paying one tcu, it would ['1ve:. sti ady, respectfully solicits a Shore of
third of their work does not amount to anything; be advantageous to have a tank on the side of a tihe Public I'niroiunag-.
they do not commune or reason with themselves hill near by, forming a catch on some part of the J OHN C. TIMONS
how to take advantage of their work. If au em- bill, so as to rigate the plants, as we may ealcu- J i i ,
player does not understand his work, how to go ate on loosing a great number in the warm part o Near the Rtectuoy, Paget.
about iteronomically, expeditiouslyand ef'ectually, our summer; some have recommended to nmuc July 24, 188'2.-6 m

CJER leaving the Ialand,
1 pIANO, specially built for a
hot Climate

111 HORSE,
i -' Qnitt to Bide & Drive
1 Halifax T R d P to carry four
1 Set Single HARNESS, brass mounted
I SADDLE & BRIDLE (Pelham) complete
I. s .i -. Y -1_.. ..

Commissariat Office,
HAMILTON, '2th August, 1832.
T E l. Senior Commissariat Officer will receive
TENDERS in duplicate up to 12 o'clock,
noon, on

The 13th September, 1882,

For thle War Department,

tI o A.IO to0 latvel For a period of 12 months, commencing 1Jt
9-/ aNovember, '82.
in about 3 months Forms of Tender with all information can
Apply to be obtained between the hours of 10 a.m.
.and 2 p.m., daily, on a wit ten or personal
Capt. WASHINGTON, application to the Senior Commissariat Offi-

Prospect Camp, or Blea k House,
North Shore.
September 5, 18?2.

For Immediate Disposal.

jHorset Carrii"

age 4- lIdRAESS, 50,
j COW, giving 7
quarts, in full Milk twelve, J15
HEI E'l Ii, t'alf of Ieo above, two years old and
in (;"l', 510
A quantity of i'lPULTRY, at 10d. per lb.
Handsome Wardrobe, plate Glass
Frout, 6
Sewing M AClHINE, Singer's, in perfect ordtr,
A Variety of
Household Furniture,
Apply to
Surgeon Major IR.VINE,
W\'atiiugton i utuse,
September 5, 1882.-3


cer, up to the day previous to tho opening of
The Senior Cuminissariat Officer reserves
the right of rejecting any or all of the Ten-
dei s.
A. C. G.,
Senior Commissariat Officer.

T1ENDERS :-il I,: tc.'iv.d at this Office
up to 12 noon,

On the 15th Sept.,
For the lease of the undermentioned W. D.
Known as Richardson's Lot,"
St. George's, South East, of Royal Barrack,.
and containing about I rood, .30 porches of
trazing LAND.
Possession on 1st October,
Forms of Tender can be obtained at this
Afice, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Seior Commnissariat Officer.

SCominmissariat Office,
MR. L( ZO PE IS TO S Hamilon, 3st August, 18.
Supply of Onion SEED has Just Arrived, per.i
"Orinoco" and will be lealdy for delivery Colonial Secretary's Office,
on Thursday next, the ;31st instant, by 1 4th September, 1'52.
J. R. PENISTON,' 'THE following ACTS have been passed by
at the Residence of W. PENISTON, Flatts. the L.EOTSLATURE OF BERMUIDA during
August 29th, Iof2. the present Session:-

Teneriffe Onion SEED. No. 8.-" An Act to provide for Steam Com-
-- munication between these Islands and Lon-
MR. c. H.' f0O odon in the Crop Season of 183Q."
SI(Inforet. Indefinitely.)
A received from Teneriffe, via N i fo. 9.-" An .ct to repeal so much of the Act
TYork, his usual Supply of ONIO 'entitled An Act further to amend the
SEED, which is now ready for delivery. Road Acts" as have not already been re-
Hamilton, 5th Sept., ls12. pealed."
The Liver ool & London (In force indefinitely.)
S ivelpOOl on o No. 10.-" A Act to amend the Court Act
ance Company. 'No. II.-' An Act relatingdto the currency of
certain Gold and Silver Coins in these Is-
1HE Undersigned having been appointed I an In force indefinitely.)
Agents in Bermuda for the above Com- (I force indefinitely.)
pany (one of the leading Offices in Great Bri- No. 2." An Act for the erection of a New
,ain and of -16 years standing) are prepared to GoveInment House."
offer protection against FIFE at Moderutt I(In force indefinitely.)
The Annual Report of this Company sub- 3 Colonial Secretary.
emitted at ,he last General Meeting in Liver-al secretary.
)ool in May, shewing Dividend then declared,
with many other interesting Statistics, the C ROW1NT
Undersigned will be pleased to show to any
no who may apply to them at their Office. B0TTLING 0 N PANY,
J. H. TRIMINOHAM & SONS.' Corner of Reid & Burnaby Sts.,
Hamilton, Bermuda, O
14th August, 188-. j Between Medical Hall and the 'Gazette' Oflce,
i .... nilton, Bermuda.

Has Just l Rceived from E;gland, a uic, Lot of i

cotsisuttng of
iMousiache CUl & sAUUl'ERB S
MUti;. hOWLS Bed Rouim SETS
Egg CUl'S, &C., &c., &c.
By Lnst .teanmer,
l!U'Tl'l:lt MACKL.H.K1.L BEIr -k
IPUKK Ox '*OMNt.UEi-, &c., &kc.
Easl llroadw.y & Victora -ti.,
Auguct 21, 1882.

Man uf'acturers or all kinIls of Aera-
ted Beverages, Double .-oda Wator, Lemon-
ade, Belfast Ginger Ale, Quinine Tonic Wster.
Champagne Cider, eto,, etc., of supe-rior qual-
ity, Soda Water and Seltzer Water in syphons.
Pric-es as low as any other establishment.
Special Terms to Canteens, bMesse, a
large Cousumers.
August it, 182.--3m.


For Sale or Ihire.
A Superior JorI-se Do aky perrect-
ly Harmless and Quiet.
With a new style
Carriage and Harness.
The same would suit a Lady or Invalid.
Terms Moderate.
Please apply to
Hamilton, September 5, i b,2.








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:ci" k in AunI it1lit-i- n JI n: Jilf-lilt i- c -Ibe ;1!-u
ri-ui'.jtu UAWu..ii,- vi p i'+.,' G'th. t. L WUan.i Ur eu- 1 Wv
!'oyii.v ut. Lb e tbunr.-l ni i Oilty .ru,. }i ] ti.='. i ii
'wh i. aii M, yIi i. 1-.., v h.I -.,- b ,-u -.-Unt i, tL ; l,-ai Q-u '
i ,ai tl'a," dk'i-i,':,)! t ,: h ..i,,thui Or L ,- th-i .F.< !l hyb-
.,.!-id i, ,.,.iru ou tLe U,.-Sieh trom
"9 li lthey tdiu ,li.Uy.Nd. Ft-ii .-"t0Liitu-, wh.i f
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. o, ,..etth. Th 'itiuJ l-,..i" ;hei E in t nll.,i,?ij P h- 4
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paf .i -6 iiiI t10 i6 1 [" t,. A .'..ypt. h,,:. t h i',..ud .Ii,. -1.
) b.o t ) A leo inilrbi 1,-1 l ti. ) tu i..u.nii.',
A..:.ker Pn i, by p,,'cini--iou .1,.i h ve, ha.s
ppiutv d 'ul.-. Iik.: and ^.y,:;n.:' l~i.3 aidez-,-.-- ,L
V.amp. .

E4 !CPT.
T7,, Bt hiish .i.r:,e,1--A ,+,,ritilh b.'y .ootd;yhitl-The ,
E e t/.'tea I rE/li "'!i l~ 0',- i,-h'J i 'at Cf,01 -. ,'t,/ l\i\.e.;
] .iilnl '!,(,f tn" ie, Porit
Lr;'_r.;. ". -u:'t;it "?vP!.- ou Ior.A \'i'^ l e!,:-
r '. j.:'. ;-'. -;o :.-,[i t [ I .) < ,.! i :- ne, t.',.-
I,, r" !., i .-;v "'I ]li',.vi jii-' ro..*p ii .d i,e~r- iliou._ i.'.,:
fr,-rn t tl_'.:r .ic I i 'n.! t--t-' .it l.,- ; !i ,4 ttIIIa ;i.-.a I
Iant beytut-,, Lit a i.rge ur.--, o. t E.'-n"i-t.i ;,>. fiLu
Bit!-'L ( \-ilr frurI -in :hi wtL tt i.' !ii- a-.d.;
t:,'.-: aL. i hit o hI hi,,d a i illiaunt Si. _-,, iiken
o?-. vlu p ifus Ou 1~ 1 ti.>r T-riti.4i'i wecii :li.i !.ni:
(-'v: n roa-_jt-ii .d I a I1, Tnit ish t,'nrbi.t Ii i-Ltit
D_,-,-i v~ir o w ,:,nnd,,d. I ,'r+n ni al:,;,lt .ILi:, I-.,
cee-I to the front."
n.' t:i.,1 l V. -[,':el1v te .-l i.g't ,.. L finnh ai6. 111:iU
L,-. I fi, ,.liow : "" Major-GUt , t(rihnuli, ,:,i, -
tnLl,'iidun, his pot t, w.r, iti 'k-e d yke , iy et i'tiiu ,
by.' Al.,ut 1'22 -uiti iitii eight blttalion:,. Oiur nlu u I.,. .
h.10-1d extremely we!l :rnd inflicted se'vtie Ci-uf-it.n.
tlhe eti,:ir. At fir--t general r'ihari iia.d i-ut I\u ,
'2ilr, t-io bnid a, half fbattalionu aind a ilt I >.'- i1et. i- ,
ifent of Ctnval'V ai'i i',Lit,'--i] inlantt'y. c-ar,3 im.- .
illf',.rveil bly ;ithi :'r t l i nuitiii lit- th'.- Ceil- i,
my i a ilrtut, ti wbiie le i'- first car v.ihy brilae, iiidl'r
-'.':,,,i?- Sir BaPtL-r htitsel, charged hent in tlauiik
sJ- ii.iu a ,-c.t id'tra blt n tilbt ti '. 111.- iV.iit'y Weil:
,t- ii h'12u- il.;c by i -iijor-1 i-t_,l !.i l p .i )iirv. Lr"o-,o.
I. ,.' 1. f irlhnii' n pi[o.'itii.-, wm/a- all that tIhey
..,hiv) hl ,.l>) e l.,eI.ii:-'-i. Iii ,pirltiio: .1i6 W E ".. fa( I ii d ,lw
Wt.'6 1iil10 iulul .. fori--:i- i' il i h ,Fi,0 .S \vl, wdeilV
1.ia'-a'i. AnI.-i Pi,,'t w i. .t.T? i-.Id t.:ltI uI .n hti
!i'.ti- Tif. e 'i .-.,]-, i- l,.-r, ';i-j ic, i o-,o' li ,, ntl '
t,'i, iuitabth- t.:i ,- till,? the ti)el guuw., ",iiti i.'.
twitiiy r'ih,],ie,.:. diiiiui-r tie ui.-hit. l 'teV r ;Ic '
ev -.' I, ,:-1 tha ii"- ;tniniiji il..,ii. ..- i 7iilr n d (..Iic- 1:n1':, L-
Ll "T .. II I) '! I T" "
.i.T .r t. .. ,i-inti' ,'. 1 ni dlutil, .i 'i tc. i I'un l
[ -,i i t 'i lht't d'1U Li a .t u "i- 'X!-ij.)i-, twa c- ip- I
t.l %^ v :iJ"s -LAI S JCIid rlit III%-.' i.;l. \
A i. :A.E.'.Diii-., .\I t.1Lnt "I- .--T'f ilib I1 P.,.'.t is U-n-a,
hL 'viii I-,il p.-- I .i'-r -i. ,
.'-,I,.O::, A .` ut ,-'. -The Dily A'il .- bas the
t',.,il,,w iu,,": i
A A.t'.Ex rnitA, Atl-zu.-t 2'.1.-Thos.i- al,'Lt ia tti .-
haril-bi-ur to-I-.:" '.i.j-6.] au uuun'i s;li it.,
ki'-c-I hutlini of ihr; f.-r tab ',aiior, iii b,.-ird r 1 ,
E'urpti-,t fri1.r.t-. ..iiinii fur ru'titmy Th,'- vi't e
-iiit flin'-i;.d a -l tuilul tie?..tioI a rtup, "nt i l ,tl .uci up
,I- thep t i -i',- yaid U ira Th,-y ri tI .:cii h .'-np-
pid into lh,- sCi", drat;i'-t- bund,. thie kc. t-!, aIL h ;.u!-
-di it, Nto tll dtar bo1iJ- m)t.1 nlil Tl h y rvc're L a:,.nLu

The T,'ies has the following:
r.': :i.-riA.:P-In','LI U, AU .m-it 20.-T'i'he tc x: oft o i. :
Mi!itflty conrv--ntio-u \ts drawn up .anid ui ,j ip-
iai i .'-d:iy I.y L, ,d Diiftiuin, ti-, Mi h-Lh Ai.u I1i.l,:'r
iij thbe ottoiunm Plicuipotntiiti--a. Th' d.' .i-. -
wieut w'ill probably b f,'..rina!ly mi-nEd. ithiin a
liw dat-s.
LOrc(,-N. AuaIIt 't,.-).-A dispatch 'toth? Daui/.
Telclq',iwp,] fruom Istuilirii : W 'nliav> non- iiiie ]v
o'tji.i-'. cid ii)it' Iihe of coatmuniatlii.n \itvii Ti-cl-I
i\ A ai'ilwIy alon;- the rc,.itc is hil-ary C.',ru-
-ia-doIl and ;evecai trains h ,1 ,, :.,:. .td bea i-Ci-
t-.,rw.ird. teuerai Wl -l-e!-?y tail hi- i..Lt0r,-I i tFrinv
are 1m'1.'rciiiig to the fiznnt..
A iwtpat.'h tio t'> D.g?, ews itr.)L Ic.-L, "'. s t :
ft is le!iteve,- that Ai.tb! Palsha ,a,:; Lr: url-ttnp i
l.i, infantry Iy train from f't'---l-iat f'-r d ie '
attr:k ou -nthe Biitinh at. K--.m.,in L'-:. TheF
B3itihi artillitv rfilt was io-t efle.-:ti'-e ail 'prv,.ut- i
ed thv euenmy from adtva'nih.i in it,.,.2 ulri-; a- tLe
,Tiptr.-nt1v fit-it interda:;l T1,- I i -.t., f i ,t tiniu of ,
.i: eueiliy -b tr an iipportuiity to the i.-i'-avlry.
The Life (liri'ls cau,]: 1,-i:ir-fl -, v., amomg ']
thi. s; battered t'ugitir- .y
Au impnitent orfcr w'is recteiv'eil it. Woolwi-.h ,
,-',-ir t., toIW.ibd to Eg-)t at oua-c .a forwii.l il a
ialt -'i,?;;- ttain. Ir i-ill we,:i:h t'iu i -;ljt q i aie-i a r
.)|'l"i t, iL. d v.-will :equn,'o 1,3,li., ofti.:.>_r., ,Jh% d in n. ,
Tih,; i..ljai .-e ,- rit c uii..t iof tiirtv-,ix r-i,.i,:.. t
i ,!i'i y of vaii ,Li-U t4 ii l.,LeL4, ih, I.Jii,"I t LI t :-rtv-
i'- .i...i:-. n iid te-A t.vwenty-fluve poilIL .l'.C
TIeo corre-po-u.nit 4A ..'the 'c-.Os ieligruph' trot
[I-maili i ta follows : I i' or-IOr th '-,i-'a:, of the
-.trair .wi..- thikldy .ttiernu wit h e t ec,:,ipc oi' tht ,-ue ,.' .
,iii'. of O at nh.1t1 v were .Mtill -ci-iui: out; ,i 1 .:l n- 1
V.-,t rid. i 'T ;o 'le.''] Life (-.!ilidstruLi r... 4 -',
ntiluare] that they- Weru quito ani oot tiz i.
Thc-ir f'nt.i:s verr hornilly gashed. A wtinui.-td
4jilu. itU relate:' that in the ciiurge was
hot. ,nraI falling r l.i ket- t i- rid- r'i tlhi- h.
Whilt lyini ou the i:ld he .-aw EgIyptian soldier ist
iide bry. HIo i-ailed fir help, whie-reupoIu in ll E pt- t
an ijJ,,' ito and sanhrt-d the G(iidstia t fo':',I iIrrln
tinple te chiu. The niain is now, hiowe\'v:', d,,i.-j -
wvil. Tho euemy's los must hare beau uI-t La.tP
itl).' '
LoNwoy, Auniiat 31.-A despatch fromn Istrilia
n the se,:numd r-dilioia of the 7'',ics ea.,,'- the nuuti!h-
ioins bh til- Euyp'ianu uf t'he Bitii,h, who ft-!l i.a-
i tl'.t-:r 1i -'mia at 'Ie baittIe cf K,.,-asini, h:in v bac
Si' -id ir o' t indi.iu-nriion iu 'ie arriy.
A dec'.-.t-h t(, thir [,a/;P A'0, li' FuM Coi'.nstainia,-
"1'- .,r. : i' .-i, al .: .. i- i i tJ l Tt kis '
).,ip'iitl,; ii., i-, f ,e .ia ;.'.;bi P,.ia ,t. T I., VJ .' -
*' ",rla,,'l'.n'---- rB.1 %. i c \i ,,i"y ,, beAn I ..ui, by i F-,;- Th6 rHIi,: .'..'1:3 tl'at t'h, ` _'rli:;d
i -c h-lf i 1.i'Ji) 'i- u in i t '; '.,iltd.h. "t : r '
h 'w;, r[cl >r S ifo i., iI'tri,.,il cir: t ..,.
si' 't il,;.ii. "-l- .'i -' hlei i t _' i ,t .-'fii IL'. 'i' i -
*.-.Pi.-. n.i,. ,-t ,ipl l t. !_; .ii.r;\ l W ,.,!<,.,l y, c.i.,::l';i ; t
A.-'r i !i.-'.,i ..i th,- ,'a tit a it E ric;nP ,r t
,1 : id -li _- I .*ft 7 ..1:5 -\l... ti,,:- '._,,ll.urry ,,- ,itm
.A d' -plrr~l i!u lh.e Da .-n if l.;!i",'iiif frui.i Port J1
? i.,. d ,f.-.l at t5' A. '.I. ;[ u-t iy, *).:>-f' A '
['...I' hi '. S--k,.-i f.-- in e-i.'tit day-' a:.'. i. ... ,
P:-it ,r iiin, l.- -y t t,-ip ,1, i.til) i_,-tie ,_ am at1:]t.. '
i.r ',, ' .".,thhmd, how't-.:itr, will ia Ld(t)e 1 i
*.T>-ri n ilc'r- iil--n, i i t..ii. i...r::-. ouc ij *iii. "
rin-cli.t:--i (Jillda~t~l
Put n' Sarri, S--~.ptiht. 1.-The Eno'li.-h Atn.ii-
V .-*,.-,-i tlib- --h s._ t .'.' .t[ Cnr , y t '..,.tiii '.,r Ifie
;i :il! it of tit'., oiU. aO t iil |' ln -t.= -,:, i-.llr t,_ d.t '
Newa huve 111eu 1 ,=-..cii-ll tp0m li6 it inibr thai
'.ra-2 i Pa.i-1t .1. i. ,r-lruitu ELi'pef optoitrthy tI n.- L .l-
,i... ."',-ra'i w<-i! lu; ow.u a ii,,iper:ibus br!hi-' 'ii g to '-
l*.,, peaia- in-:t'e lereua rotj .-':.tccd taid sahlI ;iad i!,.r
'it.-S itf thI entire pititih'itPrt. girV 1.
L,. t Da-. S't-pic-nber :1.-G-cu. 'ul-hei-y telir'itpias
li, t I i-uiah aiii tirt th-, !roi_-p,i ar.' in ili" ii jiit13
,T.i ti t.tI er tj bt lie h i fc'rwvxi:.u- Th.9-. siuppli,:i in -
aci.i' ati lni!? It i.a statei Ihat 'i.n. "', ,.,!-,. 11A
i i- t'.leg-irphi-.ed to the- riuthorii i..-?- Ln.t ic is Iht.ide- f
5.I--,y a., i tite!',re .1 thitsd army ui-.,i ia,- beonly ct-. i
[,ii'.-i ja f--'v- r~irt',:,r,...ui:uts to fal tup oai]. .
A bode of \i'" mrtriun-. madl. a r';,i' to-da;y npon
h.. ; i!!iai's l.,,-t,-veec. .'Ak-x:t~aldt i and N.i, Si. rind'

[rhi., y, ,.. ii-lay :..'-:.uni f'or the very low range
f tn,.- B'',.'.' .- .1 '.-.-_ I-.!tn.l il.-in,; the pat
reel: ] B L' '., Ro/ue.G (. ncta.' .

Pp...w~n..,irr.t. Tc-x-,s, Sept. ;, 1SS2.
.Irly- i iS >v ,: ...-i ,:,' yellow fever w ere reported
-,-i\ ,.. '. i,,-re : r? ,s .I;'.i u ', litil e Vic-tirt being"
ie'":Ti' :- u-. '-i' L Sti--c." i- ,itw lnud.?r ot !ip.i Ce
ti-.l f ili- p!,i ,-ic'L TFJ.- :t.LuiiJtaly mev-'uiil are
la i lt-.- i ,- tin-.y '.u b. lhnt i.-ut ni..-aus lo suip-
tv -. !n T .... tm ..- t,.1: i- :.i'.y ce tl-.)wiag in
.tin, ."!1 p. if- ,: t'ex ,-A. Lil, "Ik" a'.,:.,it ...le Iilln-
in- .i i:.i tI i i u' "- 1: i',,i ..-- i .'it.i'+itiras jTw o
I.':i I- ...' 'I ti'li-.. ",-.- n Fheie ; i .t- hl.e o
-i v, a: .-- oi to c L i ii.' i. t' .i ve'_,tho 1 i, f, ir.
1 .-..'.,:L.'OL2, F.n .. Sept. (3.
,' lit n.; i:-. 1.1 y. itow f.-i C w,-le r .itiL.ed to-
SL7. Oie cidet-.h cunuircd, that of' Fraink ic-Con.-

F-I?11Ih 11 IlVh Britifh Oulposts a! KA sasii--NYo A.d-
I'.-nce E-'peclt.,t Bfoe"'o. the '9t Tlts Purt"'s Proi.-
lart'/,' .- .ita t/re it'pt.(i L'eah-r.
.A-n'-.-i.'N ,.!)t. -;.-Th- ieui-uny art showing in-
,:,,:.;'-,! ,.!..ld-l -. Yc.t-,.-u l:iy f..-r-..-i-n ,-f 200 i U,'-n
w ,' : 'i th;il.l i i-if' li,' I. h ut'- iu'r,'h of the
Ditrtihl "*mI.- jli,:,ihitry ,ii-._!iii?, ,d !is pl,( iu.i fI',:--
tun i!y -,Ii -,- l th,- f;ri hi.. i -, el-i. T lih-- B iti-.h
,- i; ,.--. ,-, i ii -I'T'. cv. y -iiutor,-id t. i-d iy, a in'
,ll. I.' Le v'Ib ,'it, l.-.II,.k. Lie- t. .H ollandt oIt the 15th
t -i.!,-, >- .. w,,n [.'.-.,i iu thi- i;-Ii',a.':.Lti>.ut. A t a
-.Li:. I F r.i ,- '.i thi.. tri,.,j liti: tih e it,,- prts-t-Ui-
..i i si ri, t;b I: i.i, ",p i-e ri ,I.,-. T hi.- DIttk': of
-'.,',uii i,,, '. '- I .'i-'. Ii .t ,'f -t itin'rd t will arrive
l-.v Wu .-,>. i, I iv. Th,-l ti .l-.prt rrniatu-Ieuteits aret', r.,ii, F .ly ..:nlit.-i-,l. A party ,-,f iti -, has

,- -I: .T-. it ir,,ru 1 i-t .-1:.- I-litti ili in a w'- .c-lIC.
I.-I \IL.rA, S it-nll'!.I i1.-- -, dlt.iht' ,Al1. I e ex-
-" I-:..,- f: ifor c -pt. 0.
Anuth,.-ir i-'hi(-int lii arrived frou Dom-
41,,y. v. TL.I. if !u will to., kept ou board hiil lf,r tht.
Si'.i-l t. It i -'iLiitiattI.L thdiI the r ilwav is nito\v
j' .i, ik., t Ci iriuiL ) tions ..,if sit'i-si d, -ilv I t to- t .
t'o. SAI.. S,v-pt. C.-Au Eunlibh traIu c-f 300
inult-5 *i,-. jtt;.'-i u--. r .xR n-r Iu-d..iy L YBedoah -
i' Th- e-Loit rt ou th- tratin re:,n!l.-Id tt',- Be.dni_,s.
Ai hi.[is t-i-v th a..n, u ,:ai.. :,:, I f h,:i'n-.s Iand oti.-r
i..ul ii ,tttert ii.., th.-. I.-uiaili.i ('.iu l. u .l it is ft.ave-.l
tb _. .r itAll h.a.t im ti.nfit fitor I'idrukii. '.
f t'lt n itoL--ct.. t t tlIr.,:e l tu, tl t',, .-i Loi d.
Lrh.-:,' ,tid it'.1,i, Pain. Ii-dtin. t..- ..A,,a'li.Tnutk-
i.lhitiil,'t Try i',.uv,..t i ,u w, a i L lorn. i oy i- U-ied.':. S:) er *.t--Gen. 9'.fortilu y. t,.'pg-

rt'il finnaJ _iT,.naili:r to-lda r.ti followi- : All is
41t.-t ili thie ftiit. Thli t-Hiri-hiI-Au 3 Bri'adt- \'ill Tre-
ai til 1tt..t t-li the h-ri' -ut t.I fnLuui.-h wNil.kilsha par-
lIt-:s heiie. I Itit i.]-,thi4. O itit the hl.iit-pit.tlsi iud
, ,-n's itr ;Vi-;'I, lihv- iw't iiudl:d il.t-.). vrill- 'i ( t.-is O'
i.n,].n ho.., i troip ship M" Another di--
'rt:t -i f'l'u l I-tfiint'a i..:y: The at'inibetr of eu.
-iu'-- i u,.t-. -i ii L',i, i -t -n iz -i;miez Port Sai'l b riit'h ,s
up IlI, ,., to) nin.?, wlii,..l will I.-- f..if / ut for
t: iti-[l,',Pttt'.,,Ui l,,n'p,,,?. Thre Fn 'lish h,; t...e r ,11o
h,.lHi.wn ioli-" w,41 Th,? Tio,;it ,,f r-tc hot weatlihr
.-'.:,! t..> I,., 1 .,.0 r It It t .t-.l th it G -u. W, oh" l ,lr-y
i. .L. ihi.n.hi -h'it- anl .t.nufiienut of i-,i_:e--n. It will
!..-". .. i.--.u l.1I ;litn -tt ;.1 Ibtii'lh[ if Arif A.i iPa-hLa sutc-
:t-'u inu hOliin T..l- i-Khiir,
(',Nr.N.ri.\',i..E, ;-pt. 4.-L-rid D uii-fterin, the
Bitil-h it L.iii,,iz...,.it'., yeitt-rd-t v iut,)lini.d th, S'tl-
t.Iu tlhit' 'i !i. -i Le.'-u h !ll:lariz,,-.l to'r1- -ut to tiho
IL.It,-I "' -f .i1.i .i ,, i.'nrir T ir'ki-h trai, a'.i t Port
,"-,i~l. I,. i.+ nnh-r'toodl that Derwi-.,h Pas~i'r- %ill
1 [,, liltlu-l ti ,-in? : kditit, '.nd11 if' ii B iktr Pashel
.will b-n- slt 01.-if- of ti.ali.
LoNIo;,,, Scpt. 6.-A ,.lispit,- from Athens to tr' T,'frl' C'lntainv i-,s- A. Trifion-
Ii-,, the- Greek Pribt- Miui-.f:r. t!,_Tilorii-heid to the
iren-k C,,nriul ar Al-,x r n'lria f.,r iLifotrnitiou in re-
.zard to Aut-u.,i',l Paiiluo, itih, hlild .beeu ;rit:t-ted f'or
eounei:ii ,. .V rciiuit'e1 i..,sphl'a i .Ify >f I reekis in
E .-vpi. r 'he L ..-,-.a i .:,ii-p'i thatt ihe i'l-.j,-it of the
..,i-Lii] ,.. :.t.- t'.i, l.,.'47 ,iri tit K hR t--ivi- :tuind the
Chri-ti .i'i, nun-l to itlt.i:k tlit- foirt ;: that Autono
Pollao wi-ni th- u'july ir;:ek iiiipli'citid, innd that ho
S ap],-,',d ',ou-italr A-c.,-ut at Siolt in 1'm7S, but
ira-in L..v.r ftt.t'bn.lY" in-ttahi-ed.
Iu a tah.:-ltr.a d-itt-d I-maiU.a, Sept. 6, Geop.
IVi,.I.-nelv'. ITTiv i-in i r,.,:Omnoitrcd the
Engliish"i p.iti'-il :.t K i--annin L,,-I to-day with
': .ht "Tl I, 1 h n-l i t ) r:-.t'.y g all T insk,:try
hir- wa eti- h -It.. l with ict'au."n A <'.li,:pit-h from
Pot '.Il, t-itei that (ien. Wii li-',-y h'-- requested
t[i- pIe:'-ui,.,- u. t''f nnatii! I. ri_ ..d1o in the army in
r-li-r th..t t-l'- irivy may NhIre: thi:- louotr of the
ai t' ,:-. Ill t.. i ilj .,I:u'I twitlh tlii, l '-,n't :l b 'i -
I,.v C,,'L-iu'tin '_ O I' lil ilp .-j,n 't..i-, 10 ,.,.',u-. it, az d
S j.',ti' ,:'" t tliu;fu "ui, will l-am Port S'aid
to-tui~rri'o,- i...r Iirn,tiL2.
C'-1 Btriia'v h -r ,ilplit I for, the p o't of Britih
Att.d:,, 1`. t0 Tikiisli h,':.,., in Egypt.
It i. -t t,.-il tliit t ih inthoritits. I ive ('dle- d'l to
-1 i-
tt-Itcit t.' oii i':Irtlit i.if Adi-n .t Li-u- A
ltiLli.- -r f- it-'; in"ilA- iwil l be r -nt therc. Thie
- Tiit, -,",' i. .-i.' Liz th ....Fw unuu .i li n 'lilil t1th
11'-l., :ifi-.e iu vhii':I thce .c ti-itt:,-i: of'h ler' iit
-.l.-t i.-, i,., -''s\--i tlti-_ri- iik n:, L.tni-'.-, to that
h,,i,?ra ,"ill t,,: ,,ddl,:d to the eu,:-ti,:s whic,:h the J-I h ive t ,mto OUr-il a-'aismt in Egypl)t.
P.tib., 'iept. t;. --A e-:tin-.poudent ait Ismaiiia
elgraiplit. ihtut, v.ith .-t-rial Eiin.,lih c-,:.rrespoud-
-its. h..- his pr:i'tc-'l :n,'.hiait th- .nidliti'.nal cen-
',r.inlip ot tele'-trai-i ;t P-tit Saidl matter they have
:'i-i.' -il t htt :t h,.-id--iudirterr. Geu. Wit)laeley has
,'rtinimd thi- rn-lovi l cf tl- ,nievauce.
LrNtio, :t.plt 7.-A dipipat-li f'roitn ('onstanitmno.
pl .s : ts Ant iinperi: l.i i-vil ,-oiiiui-isionl will
tn:vti- .-e ,,n ;'i I-pi:,.I .-,tt-teainer ou Thir.;day for
AIevax;Ihi i.\iti: Pih.i :,tnid B-itLer Pashba,
\ii'h thvii stifit Will -litrt iu Thruiind.c.y for the
'nu" e/nt,:v'..- :u C'!- :,, 21't'ir:ist tu,..-.? lit ^- n-..ent-
biln. h r, ....- f.,.a t :- i:.,.,--.ill ." A.Anotiu'c-r di-p lhh
- : "Ui Oidlr- .iit ),t-u .l.-ut o n',_.dta Biy L to
,.' th- fli.-..t det.t:-huineut of TtirL.-ili troops to
: ypt."
P.1, S-iept. 3.-i- d.- L,?3-ep3it h-s AiTived heia-re.
;'" ;!:it in -,.l.'-it t,, a d:-puititiou of frinuls lie said
ii I. i.. r:%.,n c-,4 rini :Tit ti l.ny of El'.lifEnl ludai a
cr-i.I ':f' A._-,1i P?.t-hiti.biit !-I wi-t..-4in1piy the ftii:nd
, Li n ;ii '.er l .It a vta n ,i iKi-liz.ttita. He .,id
hat Ar .l-i Pr.i.t'c ,li,'i.',rablil ':.>ndiicl iu rin ;'itrd to
h,_ Slft;..r I .;l:.lni *:,)'i t 1.. h n- :,:kn r.h\it-l geig ,i. T ill,-
-' '., iu n ,u :i rti i[.- tnii thf E...-y tiau aciie'?tion,
tnini ia.iti that ti,- Brli h i-. p:..'in,':t-,iLi '. lit Ia.un'lht
tr.t.-- t- in., litoae thi:in Ei.-'ltud ta nd lit outiuntes :
- rFlit,.e xw-k.:i-,ruing i: lh.,- p" er uc En, lniii. I ruves
Sh.t.i E l..i-.,e i[2 LI:t rt:-di i::,.l to tl ,. i-.,lt.'.-r hip 11., ou-e
o..,-.'ut r,1'-;:- ttii y. T h i- .it it ', in t :'- : ,iltiit ti nel it nof no
i-, inii,.hl Fi .S,.,: n':i i t.i- n-.htu':,! ally uf Ehin-
.tiIJ. uv t. .: i-,'- a; h,.-r i .-e l- ,fi,.prA tiu oppor-
Iliuity t._, I',.rien.i wIb.i-,t t Ilt. p l tull U 4 .Ci l onily
Ia; '"f -'"i' :i1. l,- An" ilnio- ci i:n,'h tilltPsuive.-
M'A.i.i_,>, '<:[,:p .--Au officiall dli,,pait..h frora
M:,-uii: ..ia;lo., >.lh t 2.7,3J ui~ti,,_--j ;md 4 f,',ii.ig'neri,
u,.li.-,.!i-L hc .-in.:rh; ;u C',''ujiul, !a-y ,.f ,:.Kler.,. Iii I.', viilag,:.-_ iu the P ro\ ti,.,? c.f
tIjc la th t1 .: -- v--t :- ti t ,J,'d:i;lh .

WasHroroiM, D. C., Sept. 6, 1882.
Th- Signil Itfii'e .i-tp-rti that the cyclone re-
erredi t e--,,i-dany :,i,,w si-nuh of 'nitln, moving
iu a i t i'ti ,-:tit-tt i-V i'i..:.l toij i,.lt,.i the i n t. Vess-ls
t-arinns 1 -:-'- p.,tit- il.-ii -11,outnir dauige.rous wilda
*i i'i nr u..x-, ?i:-_, >.r tl..;.--- d'.,u .-
'-'-.nlo rtiphii- .:,:,n.tutuiuii 0it'h tha iutarior of
.-- ir-l.,u.i t i B'I b.-,u n h c-rulpt-ed'ly thie etutorin.






1!t- R" t-OYAL- GAZETTE.
*is^'aLiiag'o' .9R ..... ...... a;.!a.5'Z E ]a TB .,


7, t'e './o- orq' i e Ro! ,t' G. ?,,-e, Petition ol the B-r;ils QTiestiou adllr':.s d to the The le-ain-, men of Cairo have, it is said, all d .-
DEAt SRm,,--Ol-i-rvirn that a Petition hln b1-en c-u-e by the non,:-uonformiet eler-gyminu ,df Ber- 'lar.-d fr its garris.:.u id his; au-d tit' Chris--
precentdl t.: our Le.-iAsturt, a. kiu;r permis'.n for reulia and tIla as a conequen'-e- tl-ey w-ere n.t to tiain population lies at his mci..y.
dansert.u.s rn.:-.r-h luli-e to bhe sto.-d or die-b.-h re-d be tal: en' as exp ent f the efati' -.nt ofI Priunce L,-,pold ii se a o-i-ly ill.
ud lk,-,t within th,: limits o,.f th,. Har.-,itar .f St. con'greg ti.,,s; y.t he ,u. a_.n 0n 1 t Th,. Sib-rinu pl-:n.e i Ir.eaking- out in Eu-o,,e
(eorges, kW ., anu, ha in,.; heard the aru-uints of t'Ike upon himself t1 r-pr2.,ut that s..titnmeut i.a Rus nia.
s.-re-al whto fr.m e ,,./1.,-r mnotiv .,.T 1 iietlt hi hnuur t:u -, v words. '''I'hv .,r1 ,iiei ti..u fr .in a Pr -
in r r u I-,res ut a:t fr the storing of da gu rro ..r- .yter-mn t.,,o,,int. -,u witho,:- urin V lean .p,. -T rans f (t, rea state that tL tL u,:.le of the
t;ckl I cannot train remain ,trui i Tl.emark;u On .s"1 --an a--t i r.tiom "hi.h I i,ar,.l a the Kinu has size-d the thr-iw,:..
facts that have c I.,me to my lanynowl.Ed;ye ill r.eltion height of ig-unoran,..-: aud inIp-rtamieauuc-. As a Pra.:- In .1 iat.'h be-tw-cu the A.usti.lianu ri-kat team
to the- utt,..r.- to whi.h I. nod!r.t'd th:, P.tilion ..t rl au, lan .d .u-w .rir ,.,r oth-rs as weTl as my- nd an elove-n .of all England the latv-r wern i de-
refers, -If, I aIsrt that the P,.re M ist,-t 1 h1"l feat:-d.
The fre-ineut nn'ivr] at this- Iland.oftIir.'Oqurn.- ':v right to act... t.,cv diul-and tht had they Poa CHA .-The N.New York 7I,-ral.I BaV.h
titles cf pet.rolemin in disabled vw- l an.l the st.:Ni nte-1 o(,-i !,Y, !th ,. wil.n! have ,ImQ.I. 1 th. onm- there is no port in the world' where shipping is so
iug i i t in hulks in CastlI, Harbour, ha.-.doubtleis tempt luit-ad of the O f,:...,1-will of their .,-ugreg-:- outrageously taxed as that of New York. The
ar-casiioned thi Corponrtin of St. Geaoryr- to make ten,. An a runi-..erot tie CIuir'h iu WarwiL, I whole srstem is in its results piracy. OOur
this inor,. ihiuruoid of the n-.Lie and .nn1ly, iul.-pudhcu First, I would observe it is rcouinonly .tt.d that my Minl st'n. and- ,.i [th, part lie Ih,-i talein ..n tl. i captainKids."
tlt7d extin..rditunry l ts-,e f.n.n o' O:nersr Tua q-,i-mu ,.m :dp ,1.a t r', A ,,f b ThSubscription List for tho Newfoundland ail.
Und ,r,-riter,, (.f vv,-sel c ,mniielled to_ ,ii i- :, n n th cn ging.and nirv. ,ti i : d.r tyifT p
Cantle H oi fl lt r.t->u .iy-ea i ', t res. Prs-.byterutiAvin id: el I ,u.,l.r yt Company, (fouthprn) for the issue of 40t),000,
Castle H rou,. ,' ik y t r- .t ve it : 'L t t. ,'h ,: s. t, r-a' LandOrnt Boad, elosel at tIS
pttklem1 n o-n b a:n l *m i ':;i r h're 1. v I unda .r- lie v .asm t .U thih '-i t. tSwon- UI-w .a n toei'O th ya of r e oft M elville, E van t & Co L o ido) oa 21 te
st-aud the chi.f exlu.I.e this re-fer-' t, is t:V. : Cut i t t thi-'". t.III We.Wa then, if the offi of llle, Evas Co., Lo on 21t
this, like othtrns, is -t incipfirally t cimted 1yl th e viary I are tic prin ie.-e, l ve the brnt of tl,- battle. ,* J l.
Sfut;n.'-ent r-.quirEimenris ut the p.,e--n-Ut Iw, w1"rc- eNo tru- Pre-bt. nit'n eudore-n suh a urn of -- *--r
that su. h as alwn.v tr ) to ..: ,re, when r-,iti-drl, the r"tion--u' ,iIt.y uw:-rdie,. n-, thi.:. icThe w.vriter Captain MI'Mir an, oi ti.he Steamer CBo.,d a,,Jfroin
storiui or d'urqous g;As within Cas'it- trhnu. ni lingiuifl Pi "t-rri in ,.-td 1.r-t.t-r rsil thi Liverpool at. New York on the 5th innst ut, reported
I h-.e r.-on to knio tiL.-t s-v1r.,l ,ar u.- a stmrvy of i, Ci-rh. and thW liv:.-. ...i h:l.rh Irav thut when about one thoiiindu nltesI out from
comtmo-al ) .i a Whs'.it-,U r o--u foW' :l'. purp,- w. l. iha i' -:. ii'- -II Xtt ,.L. hr t Lirerpa l he init w..x h et L rp he t wi ha p ul r or.kingstea .slip,
boTn cn.., :in td thonr,- i .t t t pe l ty i.: :i -ai a u- l. to.a -;. *u:.tli .irr of the n.-,b. -pirI:4 ti he : name .f v. hi'h w -as not to ih- seen. Tht-re vwas
to build it tolld cat. iw: -insitat-,: of t.i- i luml.r lere I 'edl dn ti-he a.-.- frI o ti l ei of nu response when Captain elikan -skI d for her
the .i s,tiur' L I.-'t .t w- o!d c w -I. bE- u".-., heI d..I l thit -re:t .-forin.,' t u p e --'- t thin-. It i k eirnm atiud ,it.s-iun tion. Ihe side of their strange
not ,.It-1 di-t., to t o ke th -.- u ~- outi'v. nd p I'ly, tvo.- th t tih- writer of the letter e:r.:.:c i to craf.t -.'eie pAirit.d 'wito and shou hid red tanclihor
were the Law sin-h as tIo w-rraiut t'he- uu. trulAhdn "noul ,not think a htrle i nt r.-u .l. :,,rl. bf.:ie- ie put-. b h'sns.
no towasi. would ,. n-Ic ..;u:,rv, atI l..-t I- .oe ad i -,u to lpia er In ief;-te. et t., the Pa tir ,..f or,, __
what be r'..Iir-,dl to:t v .nls iuto- v other -.- -t r I,,no i ti-u- un- inot io ..- in Iln.,- -e. the privili v r
of our Ha .rl.oui4, at the u ..-sWitr for ti. h .-.vy ,ir." in Pr. -,:i-r-a h v l,' a I w-.,uld .,k n ,1llpkleilne nt f Th ee Col-
towag-p of lhulk w,:,nd 1..e ,ne awrv b,:tin, were -i, th.-, let nhi y ,inry iihi',iam o u v i. in unins nc-ouidpinies this i-s.e of tihe GAZETTE.
it de.-lnud tat p-trulm or daa.-.. ..oods -. Del hu Iot w ii:n our PaSr ,i It contain. t. he Pro.-enl.tlings of the H-.unoramle
miau bt) c.tnrt( wnithli Ca.tle A- ,iurdlli' a ltut ,ronm tli-- -.:-louy. that a W l.-1,van initl.-:-r the Legislative C'-,uni il aand tbh H. -,n. Houl e I
il}e.-e rne -ehlunt;e,,r ,thers who ,-,rni-t "InHulks f as i kle.Id I, -bury one: of ..'ur on de-ad r A.i of Asseiiblv on the .'th instant; 1lr. EEdward
the. prpose- vWtuld -ce their way to The a-lvantage ... niTu.'utly whitn :- minuisnro, ie h-me nn,,un- Sullivan's Lettc-r on Statesmansbhip ; nan! the'
of putti n down perianlinlt iWOiu,' 3 qth r., ,tit rnu pt,:tod r-,n midnin of the R-v. -- a. Th.r- f.tro Mi tar r, sp bo 1. ti -
wouild aIlo ,do away with to.wndc-s-. riidl facv i ery -r t, -.sered to ntri tt Lur -i Mil tan.le o.
e3,n redu-.e the hou,- c,'har, mor hulkage that the 'hC huv-hin the PV-.-teaNli-un rr:iveyI-Il-,id x. '
.A onts of the .Tnd.rrrite., :tely h-,e if,-rin .rrun .tu ,r giv Ia -ial ,nn--i-nt If --
Ao,'-, is :-,ine nall:,, iade., a. r.ert:,nlv an wl>' r ,- rt-s'lvt-rin s i' .. lnoiv f:l- als hen r,. h -1 hint n BIrlTH. ,t M':',iu' Villa. Varwvi o_'n -n f ,n-
Hulks wodd bI.. kept there ,,oun a the Law in ke utli-ir- in the ltn pr..r quatl-r-ud li, will dIy, l lth 5 ptemblr, Mr. r N. W. Iftrrut?, of a
pointed to a desirnU'e ta-nea oivp tion or at le ,:uliihti-l. uInth,- .nane manner didl a mini- D- -' IsTnnEs.
lea.t until a W rrehi,,u-, r,.- i, bu;ilL. t r ofl th 1- t'h- c t o f E u.-: d r-.-.- i u,1-t to l i al ,:,w- dmmt-- ----
I advo,:are a. ripin.-, nis- fir the stora-z of dian- i to lur-, 0- c .I. it hi dea. in ,-.r-.: v. 1,', t!, d DI D. \ a.dtL,. tt, s S .tt i -, ..... u u Ist
geroua meru d at f -tin Horbour, f..m th, I ino quen.i1 In liut I- di Ibe'- prnitteld s-. t.l, do. .d. Se t-il-.r, u. EEAY iu t D '.l-ltw -f Frani
:on iCtio, n tor, ,.- d i on e that no diini- -reihn d i As to- thi n rits uf the- lBurial Qu..-ti- u i ,i err- 11. n ,dt.i ,a n Ll- d--eli:, n.-I..] :,i -. tu,, a ; -.7
person Inowi the dan. att,,ndia. th.. di. ..hai.-- i utla. I shall not enter th -- l'-n. nf dis-:cuIl iou In -.
i ng a n d otox ,.i ,,f d mh- -d a n d ,-v ,t..tii .tf f d -i v- n i f t ,a~ 1 L r tin I 'h 1 a vt i-.i.i l t r. uWc 21e :, n- --I -... -- T ....t...r -
petrolenin within the pr,:., ;r,-.. of ,, Town. ,i l ,hd i -t tn f ,En- L rn t:: .his jn_,-ti,, Il' e :mi ,t-l -*III-n ,,X
hesitate toive hiu view, n,, ip-o.!I. *t thim ti, ,ston I v ,npl wX 0 11- 1) ,
heoppituate t oinie t HaI viw, ni t i L .)r .-,-.ut. th ofi th-n t an It our W ih le-,: l r--thirc-u know thtr tlhe
Olu,,ttunT. r,,,-rnnnit Hav-esnc ,,,hi _t- etd ,: ilf- l'-h" el" ix 1m1,If-FE StLiD ,
this in this v. rv 'To n lat,.l in the leaky and -co, wi ,r ir itted ,l t- i l. t ,
bustibt.' Wtuff sl! a ', the' E ,, ''.- /I a; Id dis .- h Ii e n --r- tli:'t td.- '
-anu lu.xi,-ni :,n thie ,:x--.,nent ,,f c.itlhr thei-r --.. ti- Wri 7. 1y p -r .
trilbutd in onr rnil-t are wo, n, t ex ectl,.. s r,-. /eu1 ,, th,-in 7,tnan -,-. n .. .S ..
d1y tohy t i far o s,_me,-terai ,,t -lnan re-I tioa n di,till ider 1 in con, lsi.u I w Ii s -y t.* c- ur W'1 ,'au
I bL-liev the i:1.:ax expr: ,,,nu'te time -ao of Ir in- lu-rs I w1ua b-y th -c A t IeyAIu f12th Septemnilr, at 12 o'l-ock ,
sto;-ing oil otn Inourd nulkhs tF. i,- kit in..lhered in .roth, lrs-- ' v. re. 1,., L..nv,- the Sy.,p:tio:' of '
St. wngor,-e St for a mnomenut. Th. hiaritour ,n the winter, whnn in thI, st-:n-,-,-n I,-n- ti v,.n .tl-and j B
r.:ilenms w.,ldd b, aciost l;l ,-to n.ic-ur. is u inlly 'th .uIvu ta-- ---ri l- .r L-- fnr uuri kin inc1s l
furll of ve,,,:lI, surp'.e, Ihih ,xerienca'ur thac fn ll oe f i -
mrnke it qdite nasonalble to d,.o, a Huiik with prctro- fn. .1 turniati. -..ur lose o f.,'i-play. L
leum on boar.l should take fie thltier- r han < doinht I -mainin, truly -v..ui, ;:- -- .
btfr:,-e-. -.rn if the- Tmi.- w,;'ni on tile spot and it ANOTHER PRESBYTERIAN. .i..-.1 S Ir, S, Aui'hoi 's *aiP1 '
was daylight, with nmolur.te w th-er--wi,.h it is Warwink. Sept. 9th, 18't2. ('hini. ll Vl-h-i and m ill n-othor Appuittvn'tn,s
not at all wv-nul-I in. the- a, s int the ,.,,naytv ii rnb:tn'..I .1 afin: EDNA A.
probably) -the Hli:..t.n-1 n, r, arved witihut t he "li lle DNA .
Harbour or to where it :oulrn not e.paeadli -ter, H-IOWING THE le Is'PPIOVEMENT D lE. iO I"'" "
every Liilding near toe wlihrvu- woul.1 I in a QU.RED. .- ,, I
blaze, aud it i n.ot la : ;:. ," that V..s.-l at an'aho.r Mn[. EDaIT-,R.- A olr pr,., pied h'i--i, 3 .a r, .
would es -ape. The _-reudtenr la LLo. '! tIt i dur- 1 '-t, is u[pr.,.'.tir_, w- i s'I i t.) b? int w;' I it'' i
ing the n:.v/,. .:' a ,'.'., .,'..,..-; .;,', ,.n... '. r. r I ., i r rei t chan.acs, ht. us b up rand d i a ng, o and u..t. rl*'
whmn it-o :miii'a'it ,o'f r,-.thuln:.s i iurinn u- m .-lw our e ;, .,.. .. to .I- to f:r bl.nhind the One of0 w ich is quite ntw, with Sail, Ac& .
nity from tir'e--n- thI I l ottn a r; an i ecv.- ni- a'. ,'TU T,.' Vo v. ;1 ciic:- .... I ..i-.t.'.:t- i- T ,nln-' w -il be- sol I in lofs, and is well
played, Ianuya l of wn-.iu :-a re int-,it er.witu- n 1 lativ o;g thou.hiitle.s, ,iuokc I al-' , .i.-P :,ud :.n i i n 3t- tir' wu f -ur,... a ill h '.v r f,.und w-illini" to en.t- i ftociy of a t s g d in the.
ch es a bout their l 'eri'.I-- in a IoOs.t r;'r e .:-.s liinnuia- i-', ; '...t. Jr p'.t un- i e p. ,;rnt ,is- n in t tt 7 il a i' i' ss.
-th(reft'.r I caunnut LWelitvet hait n-yeu r i, ith. Lbe to imprn-'o iu-un -b,'uatiu ; ir \whi r. u.N I ic 'c :\ L AN t
Goveuinc-nut so rega:]iled-of thet irt-rn _t that their h I l!e 'i0n? fhor hiita t) kn..A- o ,1:1 -'Ie p!',i ad ou:
S.u tly tia ,-tiurti s rfind v.',lij, ,t,,-tT- ,ii, -t n i.,,lv,. I'-- r:intrv., and we riuat nro, ti c' tria it i is r- Au tionet r.
in the rprc iLse- aS t. cot i Lt...iu -- I] n1,i h. .-ia, ally bi lioved that Hi, Es.Fx el.l,,- i i i, favor ot our '" t-nili Il't S pteibe r, It,'.
and .i;I iit. iu p.,- trol.i.-,i .:nI .. -.., .-itnt htmy ow tiri-. it ats 'xi- At: !:i.--r. O ar I .- A vt- `
the. Hlitabour.i f ''t1. .' .*-,'.,- ; i.l'..-r s.i- ,'ii ii i U .. ne oi iir, < '.-'o .-I i tl-. R.E., .l u ,a L iri g i / / t(
staiesa I- -.1 I .uin. t i oa einie th:it a rLo i i .ture the. I I iaol exp:.'E.i r :l ,r A n. Isi- lite' thI i .r r y 7 l
will peniit it to to e dlne within tl... i,,it of ";ti:r ; r eame r pri :ct ,na.y prov- n ta wc andu, -I ped it trln ilo t ( ,'" /r ]
the Harl-ouis of St. Geo og : or: i H:iariltoi, i-v.u in- couu-i h twe b-.en ,i iaied ol!u t i ,r biiin :Iadmiiniatra- A.t I i :1-. P. \.
to a W'archatu.ioe of the muist ap,,roved cuonsitro i;u, tio., I am P ivtea to understiund thal theni is a
its epe,..iallsy whbn ,wc- h.av. .x Hirbiour-n-Wn,,re PiAt to in dr.,ivu up whiinh will be pre-.ecitrl .1 7i -oir O [ ) xt
dangerous mer-.h'iAndis: mr y b.i e d, ii.irnl wil'liout Ionotable Ilouse, shortly, .a!id w ,i-' ,i our r-p -r
the ystad,'..,, of ,any danr er to tlherIninua it- :n(1 tod ireCs ca-nuot other wise than a.xi:-e to. It will be I- thI Instant,
this mn tter ia too -, eriu to .'. ,-.' / ,...,t ,'." .i ,1 re!.ly adkin g a guarautea from iuir ,monrvy of ,
nm.1. wit. it.ut s.xtra ,.-. t. if the hv lie ,slr.1 as p-r o".ut ppir annum, on thie :-o of the ...hip wh 'L B SU iONi' NYew Yo:'I I
colnnlon usis-ue- dici' it.:,r to re.uir- :'ill d:n.rn'rous ii ted ready f..r rinuinag iat the Trade bn "oIe-tn DBe -- B; TTEIt
goods to lie dperpsited in a Boided Warehouk-' at nul-Iia and Nwii York. If the Chips irct pee-od'is q H.al1 Clhests (oloning TEA.
Ca-tle Harblour. or until that be coinstrunted. into are 0 pcr cet the coutitry will uut l..e calledd onu t] 80 Qr. Bales I.\i
H ulks .,i-'i tn. '- -p., .',i of Sr. r.-i- ,i," ..,./ pal-, an--i by this r-.-ran'e.ian : t., w. will s e- the L. i i r
t .,lLe.- ,r'.->. d'u." .'... ?".. i-, ti.,' t/l,y al b Il- 6.ounrtry from a su..isidv oril; :r psr aunati whi.-'i n' I L bs. Ji mni c Gri-n GINGER
iti,'rd t, iit i .;-h -.a ;t :. r, i '.- '/,n ,: '. G,ri, ,r .s-h -.uli i- 'penalt in H or'tiru-nItr ii pruiiprovn ts, B- oJsr.:.B 1 1, i .i -af T'l BA L'(.!iO
I think ,t may lbe v-il to .dd here, that I L.tue which ia gr-eatly ieel-d. 'Vhy should we nor lave G(r-ass (Conb M.iTC'1 as)
beeu often ten ,.1 that pa tr-ieumna tirg-,,r' ,ire[ ;-,u -.:al- at PuiiLic G.('-ri.- ha n -: r Town,,tn. d t .rl .i-n- by a dltds. En.drish ALE
ly hrou.-ht in-r. in o-ld or i-otip'.ratively wx-,ith-ies uni.irsh, to itirodin.e thel' culture of ditffereut kiu.ll- oi 2 ls. Mess PORK
vcIsiels a il that they aire lmoat always, abin-ied,i fruit tre and for whii..h Pi iz.'s should tbe ,-ien, 2 PIls. -- tperii-ir CO'iFFEE
and probably the interest of nomae rould uot. bh let- viz..; Lhv' tl:ree ditfi'arnt gri'lr-.,, 2, ', 3. Ti. L:I \Va,-ie (IL .: fLigjhtholise)
te-r servrd th.iu ly th,-ir bheinr .-inint Doo-i any onue largest fie ld of Stiawvberrirs, of athe b:.-r kiLd. Ti.n, Iti Jllittls N.w R I Onion S''iD, arrived by
sup ipose3->rbeli".x? that the-i ,e:,.lali,,,t n/ ttthat'._ Ire ldire:n. u number of C'hurrymoir Trees, Snu.' A;.pi, .'. -; .. rinr-co last t il
happenue-d tto 1i.- in'.-unt ve l- euteriuni (a-Ot-lu aar I Avoca-:nId Pn ar, A&:.. -.- or .nu .. y iheir nit -,i 6 ) pE ,ttles ci, W hi'.i aw i'' O t, n SEED, tIn
Harbour are attrii-lut.-.le to its .,h'uinehl, which I Hia of Fuit that would beat tranepowting t- -i.e .,,
beli -re i- str.iuht oui very :aArly as dL Iop a that l-ed St~nte.,. l ,lan, .i '-1 ... o..,-,s' l:a,t year's im-
1 P.iiin int S r ;- .re-, ,' o if uvt deepe-r. 1IS 3 porlattitit :
I have nu,1lersto.ud tLat it i pIropos -d to cuti a "" -- -- A L.age assortmc-nt nf
dit-h aronui ,l-t:,te-er plac- onf .in-posit tay' b, i ,' C Oi ti -
fixed -n f0:r1 e.. .tr.nii,,, .-ain, d it take tire to b-r, '. "8 C i, r t, .' -
out. It ,eaurs tt r.,e th;, w osuli tn,1- .a ** ,,'' ",.' I" t_, r ., _- -. .I i ( .
.ui, sev-eril ot' th.I.a. v.-1 i t: is i ...- ri'd',d th,-t I ,' ; 'O m' li :- I E '& c re.-
durin te past twoor three wi-n,-i. if I .im IM It't1 O T ILi.' V .,F. \,:, t p, .,, :C.
lv inforan-d, ihoe ,wa t l.,ulk of from twelve to t l ai i ar I-': .- .-
fffte-en thou'an- l.-rr-r-is .f it store-d .it onin time at a,,-n :: trevlt ..* n lu>n :rhi ri-:. -i.: a .L-O -
Castle" ri.iur. Nox., wx'l'i: I xV,-,.ll ask. c ould 'i11 For war cli llex t c i alt'aiulul t_, iu Goot Farm
be found miny o(ie, ..r revten twr.,, pluai: in St. Gceor- RI31M I"' I ; L.BI{ '.'lCi; L.\ Lu ,.
get's or Hamilton Hrlsrbeour, to st,,w without thi.- VATER.t V/ -_-7' "t & .....
gritt a ver: r,. I qantitq if cil I IN lU-3 'LKLE DtS'it.I. a 5 E 4 4 ^ V i t
speci.Ily v.hiu thl 'i :ire soi, aiu l :a- t',. .:i perihi:p 1i s "1 ".I ....trf ,,, v s it sa y
three, rn...ltriarmu ti bo .i -haara '-- at v',. aud td h 'l t L MU( :1 I;Il'I IVF it i' llI ,.'-'a a -- a "
sam, tilne, tbut it is n.t aft.:r tline .il ;" 1 i1.1 i th:tt 'AT- .- iO ,e 1 1, 1 'Y ve-r--. CAl :IAGE. seat four persons,
the risk ot-','ir<, but 'vihil,' !lara tlme v.:-u vhs in the tll ',, 1, JOU S,'i 'U .:- .d -*. : fa '' A.aiinctm y oIL r U o'ls tbm t will appear at.
Harbonu. And .-hi-fly, does th dn r n .ists ur grant Piriut). nct-s ls l. oth-r Gnv, ,s thbt il pear ata.
irn th. dis,.h:,rgiu. at.l l,,.idiun,. RRI ELL .- LI mIE J ilC(E 1 am, I ,L\ L,;INi. the a ., .
I have he-aid it a.a ,li1 th,.t lohol. rumi &a,'.. i -"s gits ,V ,,*i a o0,,natai ti o .. -nad titn is.. rs .,f J [. '. l i '.tL t.f' CJt 4 C i.
generally dichrfus-l thinn the H-ari.our.i, why a. t L.t, .l v. .i, nIh Auctioneers. -
not 1tetrolunn Simiply be-a.-ise it c.--mer, he-. j ';\I 5 Ig. ti' F tVi 1 I' C'c LiI' Hhnltin, _.ptaubee lb, 1tones
through aditl-r,.-sit hnnad-, in dliffrentn kin-h of -s 'a- -- SOAJ' 'lul ... -iW V 1" a-. _______________ ____________ ,

,n e s, nu d i t t s i i k iLy t o t lk ,- tVr.p o u t i u e -hi. i u R i' S I I .F ai, d o i me i t ,i ';f ( ,'. ;- ,
In ron,-lu.uin I w:ul, a,, thatl I. I. w ., s. n' f .. ,.,ru.rn ....a, i X ;is-.ilactl-nL. t (* N I. -,

others I-,ett-ranle to jidge ptoistl P thu Nisnmn-s--lf, az --.. il: -,L'e i-a in..r. niu tu, drsi lFlooa-gi BU1iD,
bt-ii-v.u tb-, ineuteret if Hiiilth.i aud St. ( r'G:r t-s I I a .. .. 1ni-P"atvW--, a le jel .-rc i u In- ia t'o a 1Is
both would be biit si n-d. lIy pio ibitiagr tha- disR1-- ~ s.'e.-Ah,. %, n th. uatt-,it t argo Id iganatiuie Altfrn:le t-xpect-
cha.rging .f petrcoleumi within their limuils. I' .".i l .l'I .-A O\ \ i' L n Zi\'i i ?- i,- ei- ii Ftrnaa liit during pa -.aent week.
Lau'a .li 1 i^,I'ri ,-w,', la,,,r.,i:u I',.-4.l-r tl,....h ,!.;, .O --
PROTE9TIONIST. the Ialihi au, r, !.,....h .'.., .... 1..1.... '. A ib,,,, li:.ou t' riil b., I11 w.^. to par-
Hasniltou, Septr. 9tb, 1802. a ni i Eu.l, Irh A i t i out t-i now to par-
a t. itl ," ,, L.- i snle, by ,u i --ih s g t l tA h -t. aund up vwat if takca
7 ;, Ra- t:,t:. i L. rin c o t b. ,, n- ..a ., L a,,,. ,, 1 : ti. n, t i o h ,Vi tf.
DE lE. EF.-Owi of i I utI -r U.R- I .!;.-, I M .
Dn.Ar' Mt. I_,EE --O ws'in- tiiT P iiculnt-,r--i sn-i- I, .;' ., i ,-i' is ni .- n, --- a_.

in ., my v rpl t a lett-r si.,-.- Pre b.l-tri-in .vhi'e s- i y". -7. r
appn'e-a dl in thi.- ,Iiit ii-, m i -i the t' ..C'.. a we k cr ......' .--_
t ,i a ,,. iw as in y-.ur li,.-t i i.,'- id t,: hn b-'- -
wihdt, wn, lit at you hnvi kinldly lo ,:i.n-- .l ii 'K "
p.uin i,ut iu type iunl p. li-;h the letter il i. -an
firnis-h s-i a .p '. it, rh.- i..'ia In viu I en. 5 *.; ."
d,-u-ttO-> '. I w illen ,d v.:.tu n. i, -- i-ely asL. I i-i.l. I I A :
to repr. O-lnte it. A-rTIee taidits fr i.Fln'.lursl al.l
Aa a 1'_o w : -,teim Iau ny-eOs 'I w>n-. c .-wui- lmAat :it "i A
loss wh-vther to b- ),anus:eId or oinanny oun ri.-ling, tihe f nlliant,
re-markalble prodai tton above- itlu.-rrd to. It start- -i'lu
with tIhe3 ,n- iuniipti...u tha1 t the Pr,--bytcriau P':?tors
of Warwick and Hamiiltoa had no right to eign the At ;" Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.

J)el. p Orinoco
Hla piitn th Sept., 1882.--L2 p.,

\i "~ -';..y ,z tie' Stuti--.n, ,y SI ilre.
I, l'. '. il- .I i l..'. IO V !
itnllIm. e iO '
i oiri '.l, '," ,
Horse (oudition 'OLi.'ftlHR. *
Il!ra uilltr, e-pt. 1", 1i5: .

For Sale.

L, A Well.bred

Quit to ri.Ide or driva.

A Four-wheel Doog-Cart
(nearly as good as new).
For further l:partiutl:trs apply to
R.'l/ial Ent'nt'i cr.
St. George'.s, th Septr-ariber, IS8,-2

Sw. m. a.

TN conlsequence of the non-ariival
of a portion of the

Expected, only a portion can be delivered, to
thiosq who Lav. ,-upga-i-d. This Tortion will
be ready for delivery from the residence of
WM. J. FPRIrf. Warwick, ON THURSDAY.
I tith instant -the balan.'e ill probably be here
by next trip of the S. s. Oluoco."
September 12, IF52.

tiar Lirs nimenit

A Supply of this famous Remedy
I:.uniuuatisitu, Neuralgia, Stiff Joints, Burns.
Bruises, Sore Tbro-it. &e., &c.,
Just Ic-eeived by
Medical IGall.
Sept-aember 12, 1S2.-l m

New York College of

S. a. S J T n,

rT :l"s- tlii:s npportunitly o i..f,)rminn li,
friends and Patron, ti'lit 'w IaI i to the
,ti-i many ret'eent irmprovmenlts in the prnof::.-
o'in, na-t .'ue :isais hiu stt:ay in New Y% ,k for :a
ln,,zer period thalin le l tiniceipa'ed, i!l rt'tIlin Iby
ietl St: nint-r. I[riniinrg ni0 h hin .1i l ih e I.i eii
Sp iroveitents th it he nit ay -ive h1-. p.atiaiu- llil
beinefit of his snjjuirn in Am-nwLa.
'-ptemler 7, '!862,

On S:anmday, the ? 10th instant, it'uoen Hatuil-
ion aund the- (Causeway,'
A. Brown Cloth Overeo'nt.
'ihe i, .leI will Li'o suitably rwuritd:-d' by
leaving at thu Conunisariat O'flie, Iiaimiltou.
?Lptumber 1 18: .-1


'eceiveil on (cintlsigtilent, mlnl] for
sale, a lot of

At 16,i Cash p-r S'acl-, if akl-iIu .'r',a the
W\'arf to-day.
100 Quarter Bibs of Superior Uplan.i

; -- ja' -r
LTi .- thy) at ,',-.
tLamilton, S-pIteinbt- 12, l.$2.-I

The Undersigned has just recceive'.d
his annual Supply of
Red & White Onion Seed
Fro'n Tenerifr- pe:- '. .-. Oaiunoco." Par-
:-hai:is ct ,-n obt:,.in the saine at, Mesrs. B, AW.
\\ ALKIER & CO.. HiauilutO, and at my SLore,
Septr. 12, st;2.-4

Horses, Carriages and

Carts for Hire.

J'lHE lBulinics- h.r-tor e atarie]
n by THOAIAS HARVEY will on ac-
countt Of hi rec-ut ernal ijury lie, at
present coaidactted by
Churih Street, Haimiltou,
September 9th, 1-32. I

-- ( "-IS in the above line
le-t with .ithlr LiuTIuoUiN or HARVEY will
Mu-nt with piomplit attention.

rpHiE a ri-'t,-ment o(f Silver Jewelry, 'ounsistingr
of 3roo-'cue.. aniu Far Rings, Bracelets,
Er-. 1sh and CuOuly ;angles, Lockets, Nick-
els, tu..-, le-eve -luttou, and Test Chain s
&C., at Child's. WVus never muore complete.

1.'Vw York .Mail Steamer.


ill le/ie te tih Port of Hamilton
At 10 a.m.,
01T' T. URSDY,
I lli -eptmiber,
r, on re,(ivhin, CieA .tail-, whiii ar,. io be
desp'tlih.-d i-on la: ,ito at i p.m. will rocee d
To return-in 21st Septrtber,
Freight, .-pe..ij on Frei.rht and Parv.,-ls will be
received until i( p.m., >V.*.dieslay, 1;th .ept.
PAvemer .Mta..-- wi, I removed at L"S0
a.m. 14th Sept.
Freight 1o !'potl.t,:,e will 3* t l iorftv Cents
p)r B.,irr.-I u.ii 31st JaLinuar, IS 3. Imporiers
(" Ie-io.-enie ,,rke rejUest-Id tli note that hi l (rip
:* thel I t by wiih Inh i rinuo" cm-n b
aiva ilbe f.r sush iimp)rI this c:on.
Hlamil ,n, t -jdj, ti2 t., 1i* e..-&
t,-Ioo, i .'. 4) 1"*..

I 'J'7 ; !'.'4 [l<'; { ,I ." ', i j, ipto'.,. tlie
"T -iub'' :.h-! li D t.. ",i e C !,'I.mIED
P 01t A V'P iV I V ii, r to r.ake *oiae
alterations, bh-lIre r,-c.a,vi.-r NEW "STOCK.
iamail'oI :-e,' Ii, *.

ONf! SEiD.

T7 IE I'N .:,; ,ii:N,:t ) h ,s e,:e-N.. i ,e'l iv l te
of Skii ,i ..: e P ,I ...' -!.'i:n f.,, 1,:.T.,-
(din p., r ,.*. fN t, n.z,. "' .1 ,h, *N ta
Line, u1 tli, 0 e'. ,1. ; wi:!' ih-, d f.-,, it -
ver Bo.on a r ft rr v ri, ."
[revoiThire, 'ep'. '2, iy'2.-2

T. J. Pearman's ONION

Will be iread'y for' delivery
i-stanxt. P,'-ti,:s vwho, h:ire engage a will
plea e- l! cI 'or:taLt this wOck.,
Shelly Day, lith -eptembor, 1S82.-.1

Onion Box and Tomato
?Box Material.

The trndeidigre.l explr.t: to receive a Cargo
of Choi.,'
About Irt Nuv.orb'- next, -n.- will be prenpr-
e,1 to supply i.- .: inam, on umod:lrate tern:s to
approved Custom,.:rs.
S. 8: ING[AM.
Halmilton, .,th Se1ptember, ta*2.-2 31,

j have received my usual supply
of thI at ov'e .irticle, atd would respectfully
req iest that thiioe ihl' hiitve e":l,'t.j
!l:I.t iro ,i e,, *ii ll tl.. -in i..all a ly and se-
c:iear cir re p-.litver q', *i .i -tie ,
JO!.V F. U itOII"'s.


v%" ti, 'i., rri.,n,-,I e inter.aIl tea makio a
l ,:- in 'en i n, es. a'' I 'ersy,. IN'-

Sali lli.i1'- l,,t .a i.rinL-i.' : r.r n.h' hv t!.st
-,i,' ,, w.ii h', p i- t.* L a:,.!, r'u tColiec-
ti,.., ,., iihj .t ret p '* i .,
I' -:0. OU ,Ri BRIDEG ,
i. V. ;.,
I)V., S.
li!amit ni! t- he I l. ?.

At Gazette St::ionery Store from Loudon,
.A t irthc-her supply oi
" SUNBEAM" anmi oiher Series of

Cheap Reading.

A Lot of PASTE B. *:'.D, isuitabled for mount-
in,,g Lictures.
September '2, lS,.'.

QILVEI Watches from i60,' L. 7. Gold
.-' Watches from 3 to 20, at Child's. All
George Aide.:, T T B Bona, Samuel Bau-chal, fI P
Burch, Schr. "Golden City," Handy & Croiea-,
(:aotano Domingo, S D.ei, & D.-Oril!a, Thomad
Darrelll, Jose de Fonte,. A Jones, Join, S J-hl3,u.
B MuIou Rose Moe, Adors Outrrbri Ige, William
Ruliusou. 5.uau E. Smniih, Sauiu.-l Jame; Smith,
Eliiu Simmions, C T Simnuons, Caetano D areases ,
Barque St. Olavep, Belia Smith, A S Smi h, i
Sto.w, Beaj. W Smilh. Jonathan J SJiti, t :,,ui.
J Virgin, Henrietta Wilona
FICE ST. GEORGE'.-, Ill: Septemb -r, 1:-8l .
John Albuoy, A S Burchall, Schr EmmitJane,"
Luzi Frap, :-chr "Golden Cit)," Barque "Gay
Read," A McKenny, William Nealaun Smith, Mrs
Tonakineva, Lydialucker: '.c Wlliiaru Martin,'


Office at ICE HOUSE, East B!roadway. I
T HE Subscribers would respectfully inform
- the people of Hamilton and vicinity that'
they are now prepare.4 to attend to all Orders
for Ice in a first class manner and at the reason-
ably price ofl Il-ilf-Penuy per pound.
We will keep constantly on hand at the New
Ice leiise, East IBroadwnay, a supply ol ICE
throughout the year for the tienefit of our Cus-
tomers who may require Ice during winter
By prompt attention to our customers and
strict attention to our business, we hope to re-
ceive a shire of the Pullis patronage.
Ice delivered d.tily ({.undays excepted) in
Hamilton and vikinitv
N. B.-ICE IlIOS:-. upeu irow 7 a.m. to
6-30 p. m. daily, Sundays excepted, when it
will be open from S to i.
East Broadway, Hamilton.
June 20, 1882.-f.

Mrs. Green's
M RS. GREEN having made extensive alter.
LL nations in her inotel accommodation: re-
spet!fully solicits the Patronage ot LADtrs and
G :NTLEtMr. requiring BRE \KFASTS, 1.I'N.
Cl'.ONS antd DINNER-'.
Refreshments supplied F.t any hour.
Reid Street, Hamilton, ),
June PJ. 1882.

Liverpool, Qiueenslown, London,
and New York.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprises
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging-
to onue Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
in- the port of New York. They are built en-
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de-
corative parts, are divided into water-tight
and fihe proof compartments, and provided
with everything calculated to add to their
safety, and to the comfort and convenience of
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (all
on the main deck) ;ire unusually large, light,
and airy. ohe table and gen-ral appoint-
ments comp are favourably with the best hotels
in Englanl..
One of these steamers will sail from New
York every Saturday, for Queenstown and
Li v-rliol, awl weekly for London direct, from
New PIier 39 North River. Rates of passage
in ctrrenity :-To Queenstown and Liverpool,
S*' to 7TU. To London direct (Victoria Docks)
S.:,> to SOu) ; excursion tickets .000, curreuy ;
Steerag,-passage $26, currency. For further
plticula.ts al'ply to the Company's Offices,
Nos'. i', 71 and 73 Broadway, New York.
New York, January 27, 1882.

.Hlard Stone Lime.

For Sale.
A Qulan ity of the above warrant-
ed Hard Stone, for Sale at CooMBs'
FARM, outhampton, West.
Arrangements may be made for delivery at
the Kiln or at any part of the Island on appli-
cation to
September 2, 1882.-i6ms

For 0Sale,

Sold for no fault, only too small for the
Owner's use. Will exchange for a larger
Terms made known on application to
lamilton, June 12. 1882.
C'..ffee diiulkers houIdl read the adverti:mneut in
another cohnum headed Guv, f..'je.

0 : ; ;< '_r t, ,;, ','.' -, s .
;." .:,. i'.1 ;... '. :,,. .;.' : L:..'. i ,
., -,.:'. g g ., : ,'..! n ".*"j ,
.; .. -.* ,r} !.1: V ,- .. ;. ,
is coutide.ntly rec,,iiuiaenided to t' .blic as
an unfailing reimey for wounds t. .. ty des-
eriptiiou; a ce-tain reuemedy for ulceLated le.-
btuis, sceal.l, bruiies, ;hjilblains, scorbutic
eruptions, and pimples on th i ace, sore and
inflawued cyes, sore heads, sore breasts, piles.
It also~-ntirely removes the foul smell arising
fromit UCl'luer.
Sold in pots, 13Ad., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s.
and -2s. each ; and his
PILUi e .- N'1-SCiCOPIilIL2E Oil,
AL'It EI Proved by more than sixty years' experience
to be onl- of 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 confinement or change of diet.
Sold in Boxes at 131d., 2s 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s.
and 22s. each.
Prepared only by BEACtI & BARNICOTT
Bridport, Dorset, England, and sold by all
Medicine Vendors.


TO 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, 1882.

Bermuda Ice,
Made from Pure Rain Water.

Can be used under all circumstances without the
danger nitendinz all imported Ice, which in
nimot cases affect the system in the same man.-
ner as a change in drinking. water.
The Subscriber is now prepared to furnish Ice
it Depot, Burnaby Street, from 6 a.m. daily,
ntid delivered in Hamilton and Vicinity from 8
a.m. to 12 o'clock-Sundays excepted.
Price Half Penny per pound.
This being a home industry I respectfully ask
a continuance of the Public patronage.
flamilton, May 15, 1882.

Removal of Barbering
From Queen to Front Street, Up-
8tairs Over .Vo. 47.

H thE Undersigned in thanking
the Publie and the Inhubitants generally
for the liberal patronage they have extended
towards him, hopes by strict attention to Busi-
ne's at his NEW ESTABL.ISMlMENT, Front
Stree', l.'pstairs over No. 47, to r ,erit a c-n-
tliuaie'e of same.
Hdamilton, July l8tl, 1,_'2.


United States Mail St.7mmer8.


WYOMING, Tuesday, July 11, at 2'00 p.m.
ARIZONA 18, at t. -0 a.m.
ABYSSINIA 25, at noon.
WISCONSIN August 1, 6-00 a.m.
ALASKA 8, at 12-30 p.m.
WYOMING "4 15, at 6'00 a.m.
A ltZON\ 22, at 10-30 a.m.
The abive Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertiglt bulkheads, and
carry experienced Olieere, .ut geuns and Ste% -
ardesse:S. TheSalooui Atcomm, un-
surpassed by ainy itlautic Steamers, and tlhe
Staec Rooms are on main deck opening into the
aluooi thus securing that great comfort in
u .ian travti, perftcl ventilation uand light.
"-nmoking Boom, Ilath I oofi and Piano on
each Steamer.
The Ui. S. Mail Steamer Orinoco" from
HBer.nuda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
York oin Mondays, and Passengers' baggage can
lie transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
sailing npxt day.
9 D .0 ..Y. I. ., .., VnrI.

J. M. McNeill & Co.,
64 Front Street, 65
Are ready to take'Orders for Gen
White Dress Shirts,
Measure taken and Fit Guaranteed.
A Large Assortment of
All of the latest designs.
07' Sample of Bosoms, on hand.
For reference to fit apply to
-lamilton, August 29, 18S2.*
CHILD'S Jewelry Store is Head Quarters
for Waltham Watches in gold or silver


Having opened a

j Boot and Shoe

Earnestly solicit a share of the Public patron-
Children's Boots in great varieties.
Youth's and Boy's Boots a Speciality.
Reid St., Hamilton.
August 22nd, 1882.

Imported for a Society.

12 Very Finp Black Broad Cloth

Frock Coats,
Warranted well-made, latest Eiij'liBi style, and
the best isn t'l town.
: AN)D
12 Diagonal Frock Coats, same
The above were imp.irted by special order, but
the parties that gave the order now ;ay that
th,.v want Morning Coat.s, not Frock Coats-
hence we decide to Clear Out the same at a
liarg-din, in the next ten days, if nt sold by that
time they will be reshipped.
The Clothiers.
The Emporium, 47 Front Streer.
June 27, Is-'2.


Dr, Bryan's Electric Belts.

Ij Broau iay, New' I Uor -O1 THE OURE OF-
New York, June 29, 1882.
Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy-
re-.tlec olI against iit C sical Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis,
AT TTHE MOTS'T' i n I t,.. E RATE ES Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorders, Impotency,
Cnr be obtained from the Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism
PHIMIX INSR.4ANCE CO UPANY F Headaches. Female Complaints, Premature De-
o/ London, eay, etc.
One ofthe longest Established and Wealthiest NO f-DICIN E IS N- E cSSARY
Olficos in Great Britain. NO MEDICINE IS NECESSARY.
Through the BRi ANCH OFFICE in these THIS wonderful discovery in the application of
Iln of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable itemr. tific attention to his own case in accordance with
10llKS taken both on hEAL and PERSONAL I Nature's laws. The belt acts by aid of the heat

PI'.6 l'i'rY !or 3, t or 12 months.
N.'. M', dS :mnd io C ARIGr. for PInlicies.
Hl- miltom, Septaenhler ttth, I'5t;.

For Rent,

In the Town of Hamilton.
Possession given 11 th of August.
Apply to
Hamilton, July 24, 1882.

For Rent,
Immediate possession to an approv-
ed Tenant,
45 D vDwellingtouse
With about 6 acres of Land near Walsingham,
Apply at once to
Jackville, Hamilton Parish.
June 27th, 1882.-tt

William James Heney,
Shipping and Commission Agent,
Queen Sireer,


I'ruopt attentinri given tu consiEi umetits
W Auctiou Weduesdays and Fridays.

and moisture of the body and evolve continuous
currents that infuse the system with the vitalizing
element until the disease isa overcome, and a re-
cuperative process established.
The Electro-Magnetic Current, as evolved by Dr.
Bryan's appliances, strengthens tLe nervous system
give force to the brain and digestive function, re-
store lost or impaired power of body or mind,
whether arising from acts of imprudence, sickness
or old age.
Illustrated Pamphlete, giving all particulars, sent
on application. Orders received through any re-
spousible Commission house, and in ordering send
measure round the waist and state the nature of the
complaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to
order. Address :
1t7 E. 15TH 'r, New Yor.x, U.S.A.

1HILD can supply you with a reliable Clock
from 8, to 5. All Warranted.

Lime Lime !! Lime!!!!

L IME burnt with Cedar Wood
and Cual, can be purchased at the Kiln
in this Town from ono bushel to 25 at 9d.;
for all orders over 25, special urraveemneutslcan
be rmade.
Ou application e.t ityal Gazette" l office.
Hamilton, May 15th, 1682.
fl' A rraugerneIml ri. .r r iv.d any part
.af the Islandl cun also be nli.lh.

JUST RECEIVED by Portland Cement.
Recent Arrivals. -
5 22 Barrels G-ilhu ham Portland

S ALBUMS. &c.. &ce.,
LAM PS, Burners, Chimneys and Wicks
TABLING TOWELING Expected in a few days ex Ship "Z iba" from
SHEETING and QUILTS COTTONS London and from Store, for sale by
FLANNFELS Canton Flannel LAWNS L. T R.
LACES Pint DRESSES HUISERY Hamilton, August 28. 1882.-3 pd
And a few Children's Handsome SUITS
Superior TEla and COFFEE,
at wholesale and retail, C mplete Manures for
ALSO, e a.
Another lot of those unexcelled EORGE B. FORR ESTER having analyzed
O[L' STOtVE. with fit- paE several qualities of Bermuda Soil, is pre-
OIL STOV ES with fit- 1: pared to furnish a COMPLETE MANURE,
tings, &c., suitable to the several crops grown in these
5 SEI W.NG MACHINES, &c., Islands.

Strawberry, &e., &c.
A trial is solicited.
Full directions will be given to each buyer.
Prices furnished and orders taken by
Manufacturer, 169 Front Street,
New York.
Hamilton, August 15th, 1882.-3 m.

Also, Received per Schr. Maggie" from STONEHAVEN HOTEL
Herbice, a few Bags Superior Quality
C 0 F F E E The Proprietor of the above Hotel
which may be obtained at a low rate. having gone to still further alterations has, Bdi., 15th Augrust, 1882. now Opened
ALL the latest Novelties iu Plated Ware an A Public Billiard Room,
well as necessary articles at Childs. Call And respectfully solicits a share of the Publio
and See. patronage.

Real Estate in Hamilton srooLCmmn b se.
Parish for ale. Communication by Tele-

A Dwelling

And Parcel of* L -4 .- con-
taiing Three Acres, Two Rods and Ten
Perches, more or less, in Hamilton Parish.
Bounded Easterly by Lauds of the Widow of
the late Anthony Samuel Trott. Southerly,
on:the Sea. Westerly, by Lands of Robert
Peniston, and Northerly on a Pond or Salt
Water Lake, commonly kuown as North's
Pond." The Land is intersected by the new
Military Road, which runs quite near the
Dwelling Ilouse. Price moderate. Apply
early to
114th August, 1882.

Everybody wants it, lhut very few get it
because most people do not kno.. how to
select cofft.-, or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these difficul-
ties has been our study. Thurber's pack-
age coffees 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
pound packages (in the 1'ta, not ground,)
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuineness, and each package contains the
Thurber recipe for making good Coffee. We
packtwo kinds, Thurber's "No. 34," strong
and pungent ; Thurber's No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
Good quality. honest quantity, reasonable
pri'ie. A-sk your Grocr ur f T rlhurber's
ronsted (Coffee in pomud packages, No. 34"
Sor 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 Ideal" Coffe. -pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and ('offee
Roasters, New York.
P.S.-As the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and pack them in a tidy
and satisfactory mauner. All goods
bearing our name are guaranteed to be
of superior quality, pure anid wholesome,
and dealers are authorised to refund the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
and consumers to use Thurbers' brands.

Bermuda Veterinary In-
T"EKODO! E OU I'lR !iI)GL, D.V.S., RIe-
sidei.ce, Hamilton.
E. RE'D M EIICERI, D.V.S., Resiience, lihm-
illuitn 'alisl.
Will visit St. George's Professionally on i'ue-s-
days-Oftice at G. Spurling, Ksqr's.
Will visit "'omerset on Fridays.
ItRid ;-t., Hamiltou, January 2, 16S2.

Cricket Bats


at the "1Royal Gazette" Sta-tionery Store,
pIANOS and Organs sold on the Instalment at the "Royal Gazette Stationery Store,
Plan at E. T. Child's. (Some BAT. S half" pvice)

TELEPHONES and the necessary Materials
of the most approved description for
providing Communication are now supplied
for EXPORT by the Consolidated Telephone
Construction and Maintenance Company
(Limited), No. 6, Lombard Street, London,
Estimates and any further particulars on
' application as above.
3rd August, 1-82.-4

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
f ColmiissioLn lerclhialte,
IS Lealenhall Street,
personall anite.ion tiven to Consigtnments of
Beri uda I'll0i)llC ;l! and the tillirn of Her-
mudi',: orders.
i..r, I :;0 I,"t !l.

0For Sale,

A House and Lot,
In the Town of Hamilton,
For Particulars please apply to
SIamilton, Novr. 29, 1881.

I Strawberry Plants.

A Number of the above PLANTS of the
very best kind for Bermuda Climate,
which produce the bright Red Berry, so well
adapted for shipping and which meets with
such ready sale in the New York Market, will
I be received by Beta" from Halifax due here
On the 28th Instant.
Persons having engaged Plants will please
call on or about the 30th Instant for them,
and those desirous of engaging Plants will do
well to make arrangements before the 11th,
that the order may go forward by the "Beta"
on the 12th.
The Price of the Plants per hundred, Five
Shillings, Cash.
Hamilton, Septr., Sth, 1S'2.

.11, ..Y Ch.-SEPTEM B,'ER, 1882.

1s '~5 51
14pi 5 51
15 Fri 5 5-1
165Iat,5 .5'1
17 % 5 5-
1 5 '3S"5

3It S.

5 58
5 57
5 55
5 54
5 53
5 52
5 51


01 7 30
I1 8 18
2 9 6
3 9 54
4 10 42
511 30
6 12 18


Jamaica Mail due.

I 1th ajifterTnity

New Moon, 12 day, 8 hour, 39 minutes, a.m.

every Tuesday, by DONALD M' Pas. lLEN
Printer to the Queen's tost Excellent,

North-west Corner of Reid and Biurnaby StretI,
Where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents
St. Georges for the Royal Gazelle, .M1essrs,
GEORGE BOYLE & Sox, West End, Water

5, 7 and 9 Church St.,
i Opposite Mechanics' Hall.
Hamilton, August 28, 188'2.-3

Seeds! Seeds !

Just Received at C. H. iobinson's
No. 45 Front Street, a fresh supply of

Garden SEEDS.

_ I


Supplememt to the Bermuda


Gazette, September 12, 1882.


Prcceedin-, ofl the Honorable Legislative
(Nlo. 31.)
Friday, 8th September, 1832.-Pursuant to ad-
jourriment Lhe House me'.
Pr.serd.-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Jnstic !,
President ;
Ti e Honorable Engenins itarvey,
it Joseph H. Harvey,
.James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
O. S. Tucker,
1 .Cavendish Boyle, Col. Scalty.
The Bill entitled "sAn Act to provide a Steam
Ferry between the Salt Kettle and the Town of
Hamilton," was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon,
The Hon. E. Harvey in the Chair.
The following amendments were propcs.:d by t',e
Hon. Cavendish Boyle and aurred t : -
In Claunc III, in the eighth line, o strikee out the
words, in addition to the said sums," and in the
ninth line atter the woril "shall." to insert the
word *" aso": and to siriko ut all the words af-
ter the v.ord -'charTes" in the twelith line, down
to and inilulng the wo.rd c.mntirgceniea," in the
fourte.nih lihe.
I'o strike out Cliase IV, and to inspri in lien
thereof iie fluowin ( Clausef:--
IV. he TariffT ,r charges lor conveyance by the
stearners arl1 the Steamerii' Timo Table. shill be?
sanction..-d I y the Board of Public Works, rand the
said flard s'all also hame power to ma*ie or np.-
prove of any regulacion3 necessary to insure Ine
effic-nt- working of the Steiami Fer-'.
To strike out Clau se V, and in lieu thereof to in-
aert the following Clause :t-
V. The Buard of Public Works shall have au-
thorily to make and enforce any regulationsaO hr
maintaining rWe access to the Public lantling-p;.cee-
at Musson's Point, and in caie of such free access
being obstru.toi,, any person causing sucb obstruce-
tion shall fot felt aild pay a teirally of not less tbanu
ten shilling', nor more than iwo pounds ft-r cir -ry
such offLnRe. such penaly ro be rec-ver,-d in like
manner as debls not ex.-. edinh; three pounds are
now tecorer:nble, and to b.- sued :or by any person
complaining orf such obstrulction, and one-half of
any sucli pt-r.alty shall go tLi the complainant, and
the otber hlif shall be pai.l into the Public Trca--
nry in support ol theGovernmennt f the-: e liand'.i.
The Committee ros-.'.
The Hlou:e res.umed.
The Chair-man reptirt.-d ti.e Bill with th a:i.; i-
Wmcni., watch were adopted by the Hougse;
And it. was ordered that the Bill ie re'urt-e,1 fo)
the !-ouse ofl Assp-mly wi;h a .Mss'ag requ, t:ng
their concurlence in tb," amendinmecr-;'r
same ito be delivered byh the Hon. Cavendish ,ovl-"
as follows :-
Ar. Speaker n, .7ei' -Olt:. : oj the Ho f of c ,Aeisi',i ;
I am direc'ed by the Legislative (Ccuncil to re-
tuin )o your Houurablc House the Bill eiltil-1-
i" An kcr toi pr.'vide a Sie-an Ft-rr'- bhe; :We-e'i -
Salt Kri,'l .. rd the Town o0 Hi c..ilto t ," ,an-, to r -
qunesi the roneurr.-tace of yuir Honoraihli :!.uui1 in
certain aieniailnents whiri t' e Council de-i ex'.-
pedietnt to be m;ide .ii,,c--.a cupy rlf wbb'cLt
Bmor.dnir,Tis is deliveredL h.i -wiib.
Council Chamier. 1
Sib '-plitmber, le.t-. J
The R'.sol'.ve for re.-'uit.rlinig t Y.I S,-fnii.:,i S,&ilti-
Inghlam .ir., a .c**;t ,i, :'tcni usiei,.id i,', Lic.itc
duty on ihe t. 'ursil'-Si; "- X'Id-ie," w\rs c-:i'l i-..
second tirap.
The H-loou went ito -..''o-.mmiLic' tCer-r'on
The tlonble. Jame)iI Tit..ker irn ',: t. hair
'I-' i'rr.milt-er ri-Se.
T 'hb; H',.'iI :t- to.- ."1,
The -'c-c c -tcrcci6,
Tb:- C'liii-rrh'ii '*;it ;I'- rte .'iesilve kithi,..,i'
i"Th Hi-. w ,'R,-1 t.4p d 'i Rth .r.. i
Adjoorn d.I 1 I li::-d ..' ni;, !i:: l'2t1 ii,.stari, at
l--11 a m.

Al-drtct of f/i Proce.d'r: of fe flHo.,,'.-'le
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Receipts of Vrnchers in quadruplicate in form
of schedule hereunto anrirxed, specifying the
atr.(unts of sclh piinmelns and whether they be f[or
Mcne3 Order or postage account of these Islands,
two 4f which Receipts, will be left wilb the Officer
in charge of Her Majesty's Tressury Cheat as his
vouclk r for the transaction, and two will be de-
livered to the Colonial Post-master, one of which he
will forward to tle Post-master General, of the
United Kingdom, and the other the said Colonial
Post-master shall retain as his Voucher for the
payment of the amount.
Pro formS.
Voucher No. Bermuda,
RIquired to be received by the Treasury Cheat
Officer at ,B.rmuda tho sum rf Pounds.
Being a teliittance tro.rn the Clninil PoFt-
ilnamtrr at etniudia to the Post-.m:iter Gene:ral,
(;4 inrl Psc Office, London, Englaind, n account
Colonia.Z Postmlnter,
Crelited in my accounts for

Trraw3,f Cest O,e.*r.
'ihA .tiorrn-y Generaln mov.d ithat th Commithi E
rif'. report progreri and n.-k for lease tosit again
-which was agreed to.
rhb" ll.-n-: rsum.'-ild.
'he (.' ania man hii.tined Jleav to sit atin.
lh h. P'.ii ion romtii.cain re-idenr:is of Warxvil.k
Parish relitiiv. to tlie chano10 of site fr a wh-r lin
that Parish. was r.ied and irumillted.
Mr. Cop..Ie in tIWhe hair.
Mr. V'adsonu inovdi that the Piayer of the FPei-
tion i- graned- which was agreil to.
q h. iou-4- r':umued anil alop ed th' reolni thron
Thwie ten day rulk- ri'eardiin th.- ii.g. e of monert
voles being auspti.aled theb Resolve providing for
renewal ot sp ars and ri;.giingat the Signal Stalio.,c
a. MuitUnt LcnglIn-wasa rad a bird time .ini
.1 eM N iag," from the Legislative Coune1i;-
,.'r. Spzte'r and G(7nftemcn ,q the Hlae of A..sse,.'l; ;
I am dir:;tt.d by the Legiilativo to:, ie-
Lnrv- to your Ilonerable Huu-', the Wi!l enthile]
".An A.cit to p-'vhl,: a Steam Ferry betwe n Lthe
Snit Kettle a:d thIe To- n of Hanilr:on," and to
r''ptieat thi- ,onc'utre-e 01 your olloorabl." li
in e"i'tlin amiinti!niia.' .ahic0i thi i'Councilt d'-'n ex-
ptiinat he mad.- bh'tio -a copy of ,whieiii
amn -int-totIi is livdi r':d lu rewilh.
-I'.uncil .,a er,
Slt S'e','u ,. '. !
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wn'r.d :a- W Nilihi i,, i ,l aImIi" wan! in 0'
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money of English and S.ioth ..:pqiyoi'rs? Was it
statesmandlip to write a vsol-ut article! in ISSO
championing the minutest rights of ruiaoritie. in
the House of Commous, and in 1352, in :i stili more
violent speechl, try to force on t1h- House of Com-
ionrn the cl.h re by a.1 -iup..l majority? Wlas it
statesmant4Lip toeormrnit thil -H.i:-s of (CominonrI to
a quarrel with the Horuse of Lords: when it. was
evident the I'outiri of Lord, wv:s in the right?
Three y-ari ago England wa..i .- eConfidtd.-.tial terms
with Germany, Austria, France, intd It-ly; Ruz.-ia
had com.i to recobmrni--' the xi-donm .'f tin Berlin
Treaty; Turl;ey looked on En:glind :is her lest.
friend; the Eastern Qufitioin wa: apparently ,set.
tled for :n gci:ener:Lion : EgypL w.a rich, pea?:efttl,
progrei.Iv;"; a Europeai w'ir i.appe.ard im'-.;isib!e.
If- it ntt--rri ii',hip to have hronrnght about '. con.
edition oi all.iir in which Gi rmaniy, Frau-,.-, Aus-
tri:t, and. Italy re-ard io wit;! .-?,i,'i-in or d&alike ;
whici.h has driven Turli..'y to look up'au us- ai her
gmrett-,rt. mily; li: inaii'ln-.-t Ru.',i,. It. re,-pcu the
E.ast:ru Que- inAu in ite :wutevt furm ; hat, redLiced
Eigrypt to :a .tate of inarc',hy ; a:Wil ..r.uight all Eu-
r',pe within a iwmeuralh..- 11t,.ne .of war. \'a ilt'n-liip to urace il. PI:'weri of Europe- to meet
in toniten.:n.: t. ..,tt, tlie L.;ypti:mi qi.qtiun. :Min
befor-o they hld ..ettl,-d an.:thing .o l..iimb-tad Alex-
andrid i :- Is it ..tsnin.-hlj_ I.:. .: tit .4 O t the Turks
to .N-ui troop lto Egypt, auni wi-het t. y -gree to do
.j, tu t hr.:.t,- i ,:, aft.t kl then ? 13 it an-
hi,% t. t iv _-.nli:-ted th.- ,vsyn ,:,thi, f e.r ry Pjwer
,.-f Eiu .,p.:' '.. : dly and S.: r- r, ly n'. t;.-: side. oit- Tur-
Nk-y r I ; iL .t.te ln. du' t*hp t .. -r i. r -c-..? i y ,l.:.ath?
to rd.l.-r in Egypt .y ci.LIb.-b th- dc-,trcuc-
tion oil .'i',lludii.i nil th i..ti',tn uid, na tsai-re of
the whi.' Eiir-:'pean p.-pul.,, : I 1 ." tihr.,wing
thi ol- tl,' i,,..-untrvy :in'l its r:r-..vir,.-, absolutely in
th.- h.Wu!, uf : Wa' it sa ; .rn.njihi t in-
sult :n.i thr-.atcu A.'sftri.a, o.t1 l. kd u:Mir and
thruat--n Tuirky, wh-u it. w., e-idJ.:ut that at any
uimolmeut the frien-dhip .f l:,,ithl miilit ni s.-ary
to o : it .latr y i.-- in-liip t.:- uc'-lb.c-s t to thu
tail of -'r:lle:.-, rwh.n th-s.- who .IIu r .,tl d re-a.l that
tie at -r 'it-- 'F i'r:Mnc: and. Erigi-ini i E;:,jt aere
div-r-unt : Ii it a L t- i i ',f r li've d,.-i.uantLed
British int',.:r-.t'-' a "I r pu -r m-hi.if'" u 1.-7', and
to invu.iL E y..ypt in thi t:one- 'if GrItO :.- itni r.. .st in
IS 2 ? Is i .-t:rte ra.:u!-hLip t.:, lo v.- 'i'n,.,-' ..d as
almur.,t.o 'r.:u ,ilid~ lhr i ,,ulv:n ii it f Iniljai u troops
f,,r Imp.'ricl pu ipi.:-- iu l1 '".1, u'.. i.,- Pnii'.yT rwicce
thin niu:nir .f I di.m in .....- in 1 1 i': .- itis-
man.-h:p. ii-it .li. niii>.it ,y, t'.' ..ii:'i"t-- out nmcIll army
t'o !!*' .: -- in li,"---,.': ci\ -ilt n ,iL.:'. a i captl ig.n
in Egypt in th i'iu-I p.-tl..n il -, n.i c o" ic- ,t- ear,
wheiu a L t!m.- ri:' .I, -,. hi, .! lit t,:- i..ore inuie.
p?,.-l~n 1 niiClit hlIav- pr. ,' ... i,.
A n-i ,:-,i)t 1.1, ,-i-. tcr.- < rl',. -f r.-, p Ibi,-y in
EgypL t -:, fari': W\\: i .. rn.t,- I',- I-'urpean
popd-liuiIn4-- : i'.., d t.'..-d th.N ,'- wt:nt
to.) hui'hi- Aral.i -we b:Ir .I : li.' k;iL'. Sup-
p..-. tb-n w,, iart. "c'itmriun- u"i E:.ry't idu , dis.
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