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
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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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: VID00092
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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BlEMlJJ)A COMMIBRCIAL AND GENti1IAL AI)ERTISER AND R11ECORDER.


No. 38.-AVol. LV. ST11.TE SUPER V14LS ANTZQUAIS. 24s. per Aj


II' e iIos, !i'se idr,'J"fmrapeldu, Seplene bee 199 1882.


B E R M tr D A A. SANGUINA1Y RIOT IN INDIA.-SHCK- al Estate in 1 anilt
ING OUTBREAK OFELIGIOU RFAeal Estate i H milt
Proceeding-g of the ]Ionorable Legislative ATICISM. Sal
Council CLCUTTA, August ; arsh for Sale.
Triela, 12th September, IS82.-Parsuant to ad. Fearful rioting between Hindoos and Moham.
jourinment the House met. medals has occurred at Salem, in the presideuey y A Dwelling
Present.-Uis Honor Josieh Rees, Chief Justice, of Madrae. One hundred and fifty Hindoos and f A .-
President; three Muhammelans have been arrested. An eye 4p ? ... 11
The Honorable Eagenius Harvey, witness. says he saw the disemboweled body of a .. :
'1 Joseph H. Harvey, Mohammedan infant lying on the ground. Its
James'l'ucker, Recr. Genl., arms were also toru off. HIeadlless corpes of Mro- A11(1 I Pareel Of L 4 A I ec
G. S. Tucker, haminodan men and women were lying ou every training ThrL,:. Acres, Twu Rods and
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secty. side. Houties of Moharumedans were burned and Perches, inrite or lesF, in Hamilton Par
The Resolve for refriding to oMr. Sanmuela!tuas *he principal mosque was almost razed to rthe Buunled E:sterly by Lands of the Widov
ITgham, oJr., a certain sum overpaid fur LiSat ground. Dead pigs had bteu thrown into well the late Anthony :-amuel Trott. SoLuthe
duty on ,he Steamship a Vidette," wa read ht withthe corpses of Mohammetdan children. Troops on "the Sea. Westerly, by Lands of Rol
third time and phase and oridertte, to be laid befo are still patrolling the streets. The Moham.- eso and Northerly on a Poud or r
His Excellency the Governor by the Hion. (taven- Wah are ar Lrit of the polaake, conmmonly known as Nort
dish Bvoyle. Pond." The Land is in(ersegted by the n
The Bill entitled "An Act to provide for the CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA. Military he Lo nd i, intrsquited by t r
marking of all Packages ot Vegetable Produce to PAar.M, Au.Lnt 26.-All th,. h1.avy w.,rk on the Dwellig Ilwouse. Price moderate. Apr
be shipped rnom these Islands," was read the second Iuteroceanic C',uil is to I.e stopped. The iriny early to
time. -aLv.u so fur hasI been a vury li-ght onu; yet it. is O
. The House %ent into Committee thereon, found thateven:- a shght rainfall nuipedes all work, ORMOND T. MIDDLETON
The Honble. E. Harvey in thb lChair. and iu low rouIAL.I entirely pr1l'LUt- it beiu- vari- 14th August, I?.
On motion the Committee rose. rie.1 .n. The ni mn wih. attr-ipt t.o work ifll ,si:k,
The House resumed. ;ul the men in ilrge LLof g< ., ut 1.l..".,Cer Si\ that ? ? ?
The Chairman repot te- pr.ogr.s and obtained 1-- .'.f the-L (ll .u work lure, t .u threa, e ,da d :3 Seeds. See e
leave to sit again. 1...... lhe1..al.n.e being 1,:iAls in l..ed with fcver.


The Hon. James Tucker presented a Petition
form the Members of the Berkeley Educational
Society, playing that an Act may be parsed for
Incorporating that Society, for reasons stated in the
Petition.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 15th instant, a
11-30, a.m.

]EziMVDA.

abstractt of thA Proeeeding.q of the Honorable
House of Assemblb-e.
Wednesday, l_;th September.-The Petition of the
Members of the Berkely Educational Society was
read and committee..
Mr.J. W Penaman in the Chair.
Mr. Dill moved that the prayer of the Petition
be granltd, and that in accordance therewith, it be
recommended to the House to order a Bill to be
brought in to incorporate The Berkely Educa-
tional Society"-which was agreed Lu.
The House resumed and adopted the resolution
of the Committee.
Mr. Dill moved that a Committee be appointed
to bring in n Bill to incorporate "The Berkrly
Ed ucational Society."
Ordered, that the A.ttoney General, Mr. )Dill
and 31r.-Wilkison lihe the Committee for that pur-
pose.
The Bill to continue the Acts for the regulation
of the Post-Office was again committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman In the Chair.
The Attorney General moved un amendment:
Amendment It, claue 2 of Pst Office Act con-
tibuing and amending Bill:
To sttike out from the words "every such pay-
ment a" in the 1th line of the (printed) clause,
and insert the lullowing wotls instead :
receipt or voucher for sucti money shewing- that
they hove been received by-uch Treasury Chest
Officer for remittance, on account ot the Govern-
ment ol these Islands, to the Receiver and Account-
ant General of the Post Offlc, London, or olher
proper officer ol (lihe Imperial Post. Office, on potI
office account.; and all such receipts or touchets,,
having first Lbean produced by the Colonial Post-
master to the Colonial Secietary. together wih a
Schedule, containing the dates, amounts, and other
particulars thereof, and having been by the Colo-
nial Secretary checked with such Schedules, shall
forthwith be remitted by the Colonial Postmaster
to the proper officer of the Imperial Po?t Officu, in
London, and such Schedules shall be retaiind by
the Colonial Secretary ; and whenever aiy rouey
shall be due iem the Post Oflice in these .-laudls
to any Foreign or Colonial Post Orafice it shall be te-
mitted by the Colonial t'ostmaster in such manner
as the Governor and Council !-hall sanction, Schbe
dules of such remittances having been in all cases
first produced, together witll the documents or in-
struments of reuiit'nce, to, and checked by, the
Colonial Secretaty, which Sehedules hall be re-
tained by him-which was agreed to.
The 2nd Clause as amended was agreed to.
Mr. S. C. Outerbridge moved a clause as No. 3,
providing for the delivery of Foreign letters on cer-
tain hours on the Sunday-which was negativcd.
Ayes 6.-Messrs. S C Bell, I J P lDarrell, WV J
Frith, W S Mastevp, T A Oumerbridge, 1 C Outer-
bridge.
Nays 16.-Messrs. Speaker, F M Cooper, N J
Darrell, T N Dill, R ) Fraser, S B Gray, W H
Hughes, S A Masters, T \V Murcer, A M Oudney,
W R Peniston, C Peniston, J N Smilh,T F J Tuck-
er, W H Wilkinson, T J WVadsou.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported thbe Bill with the amenld-
ments, and it was adopted and ordered to bo cn-
grossed.
The proposed amendments of the Legislative
Council to the Bill entitled "An Act to provide a
Steam Ferry between the Salt Kettle and the Town
of Hamilton," being under consideration.
Mr. Wadson moved the amendments severally
and they were agreed to-Nemo on.
Ordered, that the Bill be amended accordingly
and returned to the Legislative Council with a
message to acquaint that Honourable House that
the Assembly having concurred in its several pro- .
posed amendments they bhd been accordingly madeA
So the said Bill.
The Attorney General Introduced a Resolve pro- f
viding for repairs to the furniture ofl the Govern.
ment House belonging to the Colony-which was
read a first lime.
Mr. Wadson moved that a Message be sent to
His Excellency the Governor, respectfully request-
nlag that he would be pleased to obtain Ifrom the
Board of Public Works for the information of the
Legislature, a plan and probable cost of providing
a Public Wharf, extending about twenty feet, and
of making the approaches thereto, on the shore of
Riddle's Bay, at the western end of Warwick
Patish ; and another Public \Vhaif, of similar
dimensions, on the northern bhore of the same
Parish, at a point between the former residence of
Mr. J. F. Williams and the eastern boundary ol
the said Parish. fhe exact site for each what to
be determined by the Board of Public Woiks.
Adjourned to Friday next. ;


There is no nows of importtun:e fron0 Central
Anierica. Th-e drouth eontinucb ti., be swveily felt
in several of the repulliet', inld ct.rn an-l all edible-.
iret riiuing v.ilu.i. .The G,(veroiiutn it of Nicarg;-.iat,
lHonduir.ii and Salvador have ordi.uredl corn from
the United States.

HOW TO TRAIN TOMATO VINES.
Inu my experience and observation in the cultiva.
i of the tomneto plant I have never seen so pro-
fltabl- a way as is practiced by my next neighbor.
When his ground is mad, ready, he sets the plant
in rows about four fe,-t apart, a:il thia-e feet in thilia
row. Whou about a fi.oot high he places a stake
abiut ix feet lung firmly driven iuto the ground.
To these stakes the stalks are tied, paini being
taken :is the plants gr..',w to Lava a croth.:b at or
near the ground. As ihewe tw.' brunche grow he
entwines thein ai,,ut the -take. Wien auy
branches start out of the main stalk they are allu. -
_-i to rurow nijly a few inches long, then headed in
by taking off the terminal budA Iu that way
many side branches are furnished for bearing.
When planted in this way the plants are easily
cultivated ; light and air freely circulating in .3vry
part. The tompatoes beingthus favored, gi;w very
laige, and, beiu. so far nbove the ground, areo f1'r
from dirt, and all washing and q-leaning ate avoid-
ed. rhey are ready for market when pi:kte-l.
Where there is not a suitable brainh formed near
the ground, one stalk is wouud around the i.take
and does well. When the stalks re'ch the top ..f
thie tak e they are not, allowed to gu higher. Oa
platLsa et out in this climate abuut the last of
April or tirst of May, the first rip. frAit appeti,
about the middle ut July. and growth of vine and
vield of fruit continues until frost kills the leaves,
usually three mouithsof ,ipeuin,_,.
My neighbor tells me that in a good growing
season he hias pi.-l:ed from half a bushel to thlret
pecks from cach-l average stake, and no larger or
smoother t.imatoes than his appeared in markia t.
He also tells me that he would rather hate the
stalk.- taller than shorter. Ia this watt of traniag
the stalks the /ruit is ripe two week earlier thimn by
the low ,,a., of training. The object of thii t iiu-
mning is to indu,.- growth of fruit in-tead of iun-
nece.ssary braunhos. When the SLlks are in rapid
growth, trimming is needed (Ione in ten or twtlva
day-. In this way be has raised, at the rate of
I 2nu to 1 5).I0 bu)shtls per acre. Cui.try OGent/iriii.

TrUE TUNE. EwrM,.. .-Thu Ta..,"- i.. J'. R ',r c-
*,- for the ciurent mouth write, :-Mr. Carni-, of
Aberd-vin, assure., us that the autlihrities, ourtcslvea
included, are wrong. in ascribinz the authorship 'of
this tune to the laiti: Bihop of Argyll. He eays-
I reitmenber its birth and its autlh.,r well in Aber-
deen, long years ago. Mr. Alexander Ewing,
thobu.lh thou a yonu'- lawyer, was th .: mot gifted
nuu.i-al amateurr in our city; he afterwatrds joined
HIer Majesty's Ci.-il Service, and now holds, I be-
Li-,ve-, r uk as Maj-.ir. The Bishop *,t Argyll was
an iunicle '"at./a, s mIanvy of our muttsical render_
no do:,ubt know, has for veias beehn tLitig in the Eu.n-
Lish churchess t.) th.- t'favurite hymn a eribed to Ber-
uard dle Morlaix-'" Ji:rt.:,al:.ini tlhe It oldeu." Our
o:unt'umua u'fin coiumpoition was L're.itly admiral
by Mr. Jai-e- Turle, the 1atcvt r. nralile anl...- :a'-
.otnplit.hel orgiu'ni.t iit AWestuniu-t-r AL-Ab'y, who,
howe er, wi...to teiardiux it ina his vdlu.lec'olleeition
,1i'41 of ehur.h music, thus :--Th.- melody is pa-
iheti'.-, whereas 'Jcrusauler the Goldeu,' is exulting,
Aud re'qlires -3 tlun. of 1 different r.iaraet6r." The
'ullhwiU', vertse lhive ,-ee sa i l t.) rVeal with
special emplihii thi beauties ,f En',I.j :-
Jerusaili.in, the holy


~MY Pit it faints tur thtatx
Thy gL,)d-.*u ghtfe4-thy gkiry,
In viiIuf l 't I L.-.
MLy -oidin lltrouble thiritethi,
And ougs in 1die .to Re~ut,
With rue4;, andl pucir, wid zuertyi-'d-
The saints wh'om cGou hath ble-it.


Just Received at C. IIt. lobinaoi01
No. 1.5 Front 611'Let, A r C.-Ol StL1ij1l 0o'

Garden SE E JDS.

llerldite. atwla t*j-vBns Supeii-jr ("~I

"'li.laich m 'y he *,tita ineae~]it a low.rut e.


Notice


fin s J LI.t ll.ceived Irom Elu .a ni-, a nii Ct'Lot







~lU 11~ thi J L' i B'l'V Itii--5 P1.

EgFCU P 8. -&-L..,&C"&c,&..


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AND, P 1, (,% N 1. 1' YO itlK

It :3l %CKEILI: L HF1-:1-1
Ox 'IT)(U>, &., ..
J)N BA hJIIF
a:Braday& 'uoa-t


Te~n


)ert
S~al t

thle
)JAY


For Sale.

A Well-bred


Quiet to ride or drive.
Quiet to ride or drive.


Dogr-Cart


(nearly a1j good as nuow).
For further particulars apply to
CAPTAIN GEORGES,
logyul Etyineers.-
St. George's, Sth September, 1.SS.-2-


Coioiaf. Scr, i-; -4fie
S.4th Sept.-uber, l.-E.
SHE following ACTS lave been palid by
the LEOISLATL'Tc oF BaxRMUD.i during
the present Seasion:-
1 82 -
No. P.-" An Act to provide for Steam Com-
flunicAtion between these Ishlnds.and Len-
don in the Crop Season of I 3."
(In force Ilndefinitely.)
.,io. 9.-"An .Act to repel so mnuh o the Aqt
entitled '-An Act further to amewld the
Road Acts" as have not already been re-
pealed."
(In force indelnitely.)
No. 10.-" An Act to amend thb Court Act
1N 7o."
No. II.-'" An Act relating to .the currency of
FOR ALEj~etitin Gld ad SiverCoin, i ofeeI


FOR S TLE certti'n Gold and Silver Coin,. in th-eve.
S. lands." 'd
The PR'OPE1RTY of an OFFI- (In force indefinitely.)
I CEU leavi"' lirte Isla, N. No. 12.-" An Act tor the erec-iotnof a Nw
S11 Oovernment House."
S JIANO,. Spcii built for a (In fcsindefinitely.)
hot Climate CAVENDIS. H BOYLE,
l'8't H# 0 I .E '-j_ t" HColonial Secretary.
7-- 1 HO RSE,
( Quie.t to Ride & Drive Lj (C OW
S,1 H-ulif x TRA P to carry four) 8OTTL IN 01'MPA Ni
(DeWolf) W H.
I Pet Single HAPfNESS, brass ruounted i Corner of Reid & BurUl)hy'Sts.,
I SADDLE & BRIDLE (Pelham) complete Between Medi,:al Hali uanl the 'Gazette' Office,
(.T ( ,,to (aive Hamilton, Bermudu.
I Manufactt.:Y' vr -: 'i h-I of 0 era-
S ia about .3 months '* ted Beverages, Double .od- "Water. Lvmon-
j Apply to ., "': ade, Belfast Ginger Ale, Quiniue Tonic Water-
P r WtoH O ICT hawpagne Cider, etc,, etc., of superior quil-
Capt. W SHI NGTION, ity, Soda Waterad 8. ltzer Water iin yphon
., Prospect Campi, or Bleuk House, Prices as low as any other establishment. '
North Shore. pt'ial 'lerms to Cantecrn, M(at es, itad
September 5, lSs2. lage Consuuie.rs.
jT August [2, Ls2.-am.
SIFor Inmedliate Disposal.----~~
S)OiV .otice.
HIorse (, rr .,. .r
N hi to inrori t0e
1 0e ,11 3 1 .'RAE 5 0 aiXr50 1 ..J1 -V F. '.. ,I ,d t. ; it, i, ,i
X"- O gi i ral'erati'.-, before r.cvii, % Nl.-.V sT:.
'q V T, g i 1llg C. A. JONFS.
qu.irt-, tI full .1Hilf; m e v.-, -i.5 ,la i',. Sr.i. I I 1 2.
HElIF.l. t'.ialf f Ile a&'yv., two .earSuold and -----------
i L, t af, .(ll* 1ew Yoole of
A quantity of, tIlly,.''tl Y, dat ,O. e1R r. 0oOllege 0
F[l.itnfi."0 WrI-l,'obi,, plitte Glass ]' Deintistr'y
F'roII, 6 I 1
.. Be,,i,, .l f.l.l. '.N Singer'., in perfect order, ,: r T 19

A.SO, *


Berllltda Iee I Hlouse
Allade fromTPul-e c Itl o cr.11,


Can be used under ali citcuinsttan-ees ithrit lie
anger attending all impt'ortd Ice, which itn
most cases alec t the system in the saniue 11ia:-
eir ;a a chuitni-e in dini kini: itwa-ier.
The Subserit.er- is now prep:ird T.i f'turni-al Ire
at Depo', Burnaby Stree-f, i'roin G ui.n. iiid delivered in Ilatrihiltu aud Vicinily ti lue.
a.in, lt, 12 'cloek-Sund:uis excepted.
I'rico. Hull i'P-ttiy ptr ptuunid.
T'1his I,em -hi,.mn itiiAslry I i esppuctlully .:sk
a conlitinu uceC ofl lie Public p.ItrIniag .
THOSE. JILES.
IlamNilton, A 15, I1.

NOTICE.


."'opten ber 5,


A Varitiy of0ti--F U SI ''Ij
iold Fu ri'itUi t T 1r'e this oppaorinity (of itauf.imnghi
T i ? 'riend rand P.-irous' tn:tt owin( to the
SERi &c. very niiny teCieit imiprovmneiuti th. profor.
Apply to 10n, ineee aSu te iii satv in New Yoik for a
r eo t I.,m4 er pe ji.ld thuat lie autiieip tled, will return by
ulllgeo! Major IRYN iNE, ,,et ~.enner, bringi.y ilih him aill the is l.r
Wa\ llingtun lit.use, i [ia-*.iveinents Ih.it he nay li ve his.pa'roune the
Pro'spect. benefit of hib sojourn in America.
I88 2.I-3 -


ONION SEED 1VIt

have receive ed my us~ual KIIpply;
Of Lhe tbuve Artiele, aiid would teapeutfulIy
I'qujest that those whiup hive engaged their
S EL I)froo% men. i%%ill please call ala4 sand sl-
C1.1r, their I p.1I)ctIVe qu-n twies.
J1-IlV P. BURROWWS.


B U R C H & H I T E Teinerife Onion SEED.1


Having opened a

01 Boot and Shoe


Eaniestly solicit a share ot the Public patron-
age.
Children's Boot-s ii great varieties.
Youth's and Boy's Itoots a .Speciality.
BURCH & WBDITE.


l2eid St., Hamilton.
August 22nd, 1889.


Ho.soN's CHotCE.-The at-'epted explanation is ,- -. ..-.
that Hobsou (" Oldl lobsou" he was called by the
students; used to let out horses at Cambridge \\illia ln Janies 7eney,
being one of the four horee ,c-arrier. the Unii'- I, E I,
airy), and gave each appliant the hlrse that stood A Ud T I () V K E /R
next the stable door, the last used being put the
furthest back, and if any objectiin was made had- Shipping altld Colunlissio); Agetlt,
only the one reply, "This or ne." He left a large Qlieeui tltreet,
state, and gave the conduit that stands on Mai'ket I 11i IITON, B l, \I 'iUDA.
Hill, with a legacy to keep it in perpetual repair.
--- i'rompt .,ttoni.ii. given to consiiurmeits.
The Zidus are negroes. The Boers, who consti- rop i ie to oni .
tuted the Orange River Republic, are descendants '--.uelio,, \Ve ialesJayr a:ud F'ridays.
of the early Dutch settk-rs, who were, of cours-e, -
whito Eucupeans, ecei inr i Oi ,
-- Receiving Pir 1:Ori co
Up to the 30th August three hundred and fifty- FR OW. LO.NDO.N,
two seagoing vessels were entered at Quebec since .-"t Royal Gaz tte" Stationery Store,
the opening of navigation.
A few lTin- I&thAt t ell- .p raIV-
Two office sof the British army were in Cin.:-iu. Ilt'ICl.MONi
nati on 2SLh Augunt buying rules for the English
Governmcut. Theoy expect to return roou and b9y Horse (Condition PO V'DER.
more. IHamilton, Sept. 12, 15,'


Notice.

A IheUndersign,.uifcontemiplates making a
-4 cAfmliule in~tleir [iuoiiieas :11%Il Vrmonis P%'.
llI111 ITA) to iht'm are respectfully teyie-ieted
tu veutda thrir Ace'ounta by ulit, 3(JrilIlNITA(T I;
all II A LLS nut aiisfnelorily arrauiirt.-I b h''th
dao will h- plcikeedbi iL~egal hands N rCuloil,-
timui, %% iihout respect to Persons.
TJ"FE OUT1ERBRIDGE,
1). V. x.1


i Mfl. C. H. tIIB/ASO.V, .. D V. .
H T^A- received fromm Tenerifft', via Nevw .. 1. ...
YoArkeis usual Supply of ONION
SEED, which is now ready for delivery.
idarjilton, 5th Sept.,.-'.

S, Y-7 The Undersigned has just received
Ships annual Supply of
ICE (OJJPANY' Red & White Onion Seed

Otlice at I; h1lUi KastBroadway From Tenritffe per S. S. "Orinoco." .Put'.
chaeora.canll obtain the same at M-.*srs. B. W.-
l .ubeb wud ree y i WALKER & CO., Hamilton, and at my Store,
T :ubseriii tould resp ctFly loo Warwick.
tlt tie p, leo fl af ilatniltiii and viciuity l,tat a O P
alloy ar noW piFpanI.d ou atound to fill orderr. TH. 1 OOPER.
it ln iIn a rirsi claims imaittnr aind at the reasea: Se.ptr. 12, ISS2. -4
able ipr.c of Ilalf-i'enuy per pound.
\Ve will keep constantly oin h*ind at lthi New 4 *
Ice I louse, sFit lBioa-lwity, a supply oi al M lllai Lrd S. Alllu int
thr-.u houtIu tale yejr fo'r the b n-ti it. of ,"ur 'ns- "-
toiwers -hft) may re-fttiie ice duriua-r wiliter
others t h r A Supply of this famous Remedy
By prompt attention to ior cusitume., and fot
Sstictt itter.uioi to our bu-i,eie, we hope to re- heumatism, Neural'ia, ;Stiff Joints, Burn= '
ceive a sltire .l'.ttie Public p troiamge. Bruises, Sore Throat, &o., &c.,
leI delivered d..iiy (SuLli)a eiooprt.i) in Just, Receivedby
SinoI and via ro'v 7i...m. to U WAINWRIGHT, GORRAM k 00,
N. V.-p.i. dlly vope niro-7i.rmt. to
J-o p. I. daily, aniatys e ,epted when it Medicl ffal
till be opvei from to 9. p Septemiber ', 1882.-1m
JOHN 1 STAHLA CO., : 5tLVfa w,,4ies fr..ue -l .. Gold
Ea ,st Broadway, ,Hamitoun. Watches 'icoi to A'e.at Cd ld''. Al "
June 20, i '$2.-tf. Warranted. ,
t *| ..


A Four-wheel


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B E if U k) A.

Proceedings of the Honorable Legisl
Council.
Friday, 151h Septenber, I 2.-Pursuant
4journment the House met.
Present.-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief J
President ;
The Honorable Eugnriius Harvey.
'* Joseph H. Harvey,
'" James Tucker, Recr. Geol.
0. S. Tucker,
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Seel
The Bill entitled "An Act to provide a
Ferry between the Salt Kettlle and the T1
Hamilton," was returned from the House of .
bly with a Message concurring in the Co
amendments thereto.
The Bill, as. amended, was then read the
time and passed, and ordered to be laid befc
Excellengy the Governor by the Hou. Cav
Boyle.
The following Resolve anud Bills were b
up from the House of Assembly and read t
time :-
A Resolve for providing an additional su
cost of renewing and rigging.the spars at the
Langton Signal S'tation.
A Bill entitled ** An Act to amend the
License Act, 188.0,"
And,
A Bill entitid ", An Act to provide for tI
a' charge of the duties of the Mayore of Town
ing their temporary al sence from these I,
"and for oilier purpose.."
T'he House resumed in Committee the con!
tion lathe Bil! entitlci An Act to provide
nimarking of all Packages of Vegetable Piod
be whipped trom these Islands."
9The Hon. E. Harvey ia the Chair.
The following amendment was proposed 1
Hon. Cavendish Doyle and agreed to :-
To strike out Section 3, and ia place there
Invert the following sctiqnu:--
8. It shall be the duty of every Constable
an information before a Justice ot the P'acea
aspect of any breach of any of the provisions o
Act( which shall cooim undr his observation
oue moiety of any rpenahy reCovcred under th
shall he paid to any per.oa l.yin-r the
nation.
'i he C.aimiutlee trie.
The Hou-e resumed.
The Chatiran reported the Bill with t(le a
ment, which was adopted by the House,
Aid i't ~ as order-d tihit the Bill be return
the House of Asi-mblly with a MesJ.age tqu
tbeir c',r:.!cm rnce iit it,- said itraen' neint
same to be delivc-ed by bte Hun. Carendibsh
as follows :-
Mr. Smiiker a,,d 6'enmntmn the Hou'1e qf Assi
I am directed hb the I.egi-lative tLouucil
tutu to )our Honorablelt Hourfe ib., [il en
An Aefto provide, foir the inntkimna ot il Pac
Cf V.e.etalle Pr'nod .c'. b to b- rthipj -d 'rumti ti-
lands," andi to r. qiest the c'-,lcurtence o
Honorable liousie in ar e e:2l'.ent whi,:
Council deem expedieri ti ; mns e tihireio-i
of which aitendaiL.nt is i ti,vh-,d bmr.witb.
Councli Chamber,
13th Saetember, '..
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 19th insta
\3 1, M.ul.



Abstract of the Proceed.'aitl of hse Hono
RJouse of ..saemnbly.
AridaJy, "-15th Septiemrr.-A Message from
Exei-liency the Governor:-
(No. 17.)
T. L. ALLWLY,
Lieut..0eneirl.
Governor aoid Comyn.inder-itA-COhif.
The .Oovernor Las the honor to forward t
Hocble. Hotse of Assembly a copy of a letter
the Receiver Ueuerai on the subject of the wor
(.f the Reyvtoue Collection Acts.
Mr. Tucker has ret forward most clearly thb
cessity af certain important alterations in th
lzting law and tbO Governor approves of
alterations as suggested in Mr. Tuck*.r's comm
cation. e
The Governor recommends the subject to
serlops consideration of ihe Houee and a Bill
he introduced giving effct to thcse alter
which will afford better security for the effi
cnll.mnt ofnthY a vla I1 m nd mainonA.m. A a


E R T- rl,-t .&c-t) be'd it ,w;th in ILe roatin,'r hcretul,,o: PA.C.-n ETc.
ten tlha -acu.-.u'*rmd--which was *agr:,1d to. I In th' Mail St..'inmer ('-,.w. on Th ursday last.
at.,b,,o i '%i Hlouse rcsuied and adopted the ressi.ion f'-.r New Y,:ik:-Rc v. Dr. Fr.':-. MajIr C(h.i'ieldl,
i.t'.er is of !.he C.mmitlee. .I.RI., a;Iil M ri. C thtti.-l, D::. ,r u. Gi:. n ral J.
'it Attorney General iurodi.c-. a 1ill to amend O-'ih-y, M..)., C. N.Aph. E-'I., A--I. tC. (. Of.ir-
t- t.. ib-venue Collection Acts, which wa lead a first, n' i. Mrs, M. L. LihtlIuru, Mi.t_ E. LJLt-t
il t' 11 l.,)urn, fir.,. L.l S'us tih, M ,: .v rv, A. S L'i e.?, T',,.
F The PeWtin of M.rchaita, P.lanlte; and others, L ,-A, A. F. -ih, I'.qt-tin R. E. NB. ,.1.-g-
ai relating Io n Steam Sub-i5.ly, -.was nag:u cointailed. "t 0'ad, .: H. W'"lT, T K-rr, H. Iillrt, W. A.
;. r. '. W. Pearman in th b.- hair. S 'in..- .*,:,,, :. C. H1 D .:rd : A. E.
I Mr. Coop.r with- lave nit.,dr, 1w his motion of north .
2it .. Angst, last, mL. made nu. th.r motion which In tlhe R. 3f. Stea.er B'., ,,n u W-.,.,.,v ]..t,
L- e .ish leave withdrew and suilatitutli tbe tollow- for HalifaNx, 11r. oaW Mr3 T. S. Reid, Lt. I..ms-
ing : 1-v, R.I.R., \he ,r". J. T. Ri..h r.l-,u awl .T. E.
lThat1 in t ih opinion of thia Conmmitte it is ex. MI.:Ki-rrin.--2.,.' '.:.', Mr.. N. airldinrr.-J) ..
pdki-lt. to e; courage the formuati-yn of a.1 ermuda (l.'h:crle- I. H-,Il, ;.-,,. i:l-,
SVnn:i;,i) (Coiay.tny ur being to the Com- park Z.,,, a-riv .d at H. '. Dc-kvard O, l 15th
l',iry, fr.r a limited ltrn-. of y.-ar.*, under proper in ft., tr.-.m Lt.:, '.-u, iith It ,i t1-11i n ,Lit St.'s- 11l
.atg,,(d:s, fot Ihe security ul I e Public, a Lucile- ':"s fuir i:;er citt.-A.- L *, R. P. Atkiu., .
,rte div .-lend on te sub.-criele.ca.riital, h0uld I- L.-
ILF.pr li 1 IS %mpan.y n. u yield tue required div- C i JUhn. 1 P t th. !
s c h,: : r such piovisions ardl ri ki atas c-a tpt iih J', n C. rPu is t th, o t;. R ,.- v bi: W lite
4 s.il iim t t.eaunuul liability of the P blnt ic Tren- -'t- tli appointiit:u of CCapt.otn .aRo n a
*I v paury to a 11uii to be i.c'i liv ihe Lgilature, nad is ie, llc:l .
-7.-- bhat it. he rcuuomitended to, the IJou.ie to o:dJr a HI.M.S. F.-tti,.ne wa. ling in Carlile Bary. Bar.
l f ti o Ile tiou;.bt in for the above purpose- I,..ios, ,.ttb the main o b :nrd in _utitody who con-
-" w*nhich \.' agreed to. f.W.-d himn-elf one uf the ams-sius of LorId F.
.i.... TorieP Iu e rc-.'umid and adopted ther.scluiion. Ci'avendil and Mr. Burke in Phodnix P.ark, DuIlin.
Order und Ml. WWadcinu be the 'oriniutie for the puri- D'o, died on bOard that shir, wIhilt enuterin&: Port
pore. with leave to employ Counel. in (ho irepar:a- Royal fr.-i P.rt Auloio ou ti-he 2-th ultim.,,
alive tion of tht2 Bill.
Th-.: l-'sov!re provi',ing for r.*pairs of (iuvirn- Aa
S me.'t i Ill inrniture, tv- re-l n 2a'l time, row .- A S ar'v. (','s:,tr.r.-\ ... w,:n!,l d(r.-t tL_ at-
to ad" mit>i.l, the bl.a k tilled up Q 6, .xthLptdc u:l .Ur- tentid.an of -otr t'a.',-, to a nm Mlirtiri:..ut v.lhi.'b
dci d to l-. en e rosse:d. fippel r' iu n .ir t:.-.l..y's. i ue,t. of a S. ,er.i l C' ,:' itt
ust ice, A Mes-n'- tcoin ib L-giswla vh' Council whihLl, i- t.. t-c*:.. .la' e in th.- Town- H All. St.
M ri, Spe, a er, a rn t .' L .er ~ ft/i i :, l' .e m (I':.-ssem r ', talr ..-: i.t ni ..a-' tt' th,: 2 i .t, 21th a wtd t2 'thi
a ; i anMi ,f t',, Ftur iri tlhe comnpi,-ti.,n ot
1 am directed by the Legislalive Conneil Iit r,.. the:- new Pa: .ii Churlhi in tiht Town. It \wil l-!f-
turn to your f-ionur.ible Iious..e the i;.1 en!titei fle e fT.-r th. zctcjo,,rity of persons to, ku.)w that tlhi
S "An Act to pioride for the marking of all PIck- Co.ne rt is unii r tle p-ltroua..e t tinhe Wor.,.iptcl
ages of Vewnable Produce to be shipped from these W'. C. Hylurl, to, intrni its l, .iun,- well patronizid,
ty.m Islands," :an'd to request the concurrence of your as all tn.itters of thi kind whib:h lihe takes an inter-
Steam Honorable Houe-iun ai amendment which the Coun- (-t in is sr1e to be -0,, ,i,.es.
own of cil deem expedi-,t to be mad., th'.ro--c.t,iy of
Aisen- which ameniinent Is d t.livered hertewithb. r t r D
uncdi'a Council Chamber, Fronm the WVst lndles nid Demnerara.
Council Chamber, 1

third h September, 1882. The Royal M:il Steamer Bret, Captain Shaw,
re His To strike out Section 3, and In phlee thereof to most- unexpte,'tedly :arrrivd "at i!urr,,y's Anchor-
en Hish insert the following Sectfion:- ae fr,,om J.ut.ti,:earilyv on thi. iwurning of AWed-
3. It shall be the duty of every Coustabil Ito lay headay larrt-obu .i rs L 1 a ji v.-.( BiA xpec d.f
brought an Information before a Justic.e of tho Peace in She' lthru t n -.s ,n- t,, ,,t of h elir departure.
he first repeat of any breach of an% of the ptovi-,ios.o! lth fr--r Kinst-a--thi p.tit of her dparture.
this Act which shall come ul.r his I baer-atiuon e S: **,a d i.f Yellow m Fo-.-r >ve!fle, o, bi:rd tihe
and one moiey of auv p,-:naaly recovereti uun>r l'iio aul ifu .' ,.-it 1 'i l a l. It is
tio. for this Act shall h b5 p'id lo any' prson lsio. the It hat I 11 .,'.lu- U it r io.' Sent tro
Mount Infirmation. i t any rso la g the the? 1,.,it! ..-n H.M... l."i i t prior to
Thelo Hus having cnnsiercd the pitopos-l that ve-e.-l's Iavinc there f.,r the. Island:.
Liquor ainen,]uent coucurred therein. The 1:'-. w, plv:.,- o-lin (t, .-- ,qurantinI T.1y Dr.
Urdered, that tho Bill be amn-nded accordingly Butterfietli, HeIl th 6ti--r foa to h Et Ean.l, and
and returned to the Legislative Council w'iih the Agent fir the Royal lil Steam:-- J. MA.
be di;s Mepsge 't n:qcaint Itat lioni-rable House that Hiyward, Esq., ch'it -re- te. St--m.-r '::. G','r,,'e
is dur- the Assembly bsving concurred therein, the pro- to tk e ot lth s, O ca'ss nL,'' ac-iiI ,atoat:;. tin-
Slands, ,'sod, n*a'-o.nlIn.:ut. hid accordingly been maeI to We the Ih alth Ofrt er'i (. pter-ision, to thu, Bear,
the said Bill. whi-h lett for Halifax on'.th- ifteino-n of Wed-
si.lera- Adjourned to Monday next. ns..ay.
for the TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS FROM
l 0 t .lfonday, 18thA ,Sete.mb-r--Mr. Dill introduced a THE WESVFT INDIES TO CENl ,.AND
Bill to incorporate the berikel!y Educatioinl Sot;.-- VIA BERMUDA.
ty--which was read a first time. Tt A.-qezuillv lave ref'.cd tu aorpt the si-hemo
by the The Petition of John Swan, a Branch Pilot was re AonnterLdcd ,y thae rD.l-ge t- o a pt the schnference
read and cormmited reommiend.: bt ih, D ki-te at the c-nference
reof to Mr. t'ooper in the Chair. },el ree ltv in this island f r tahe etnd.lih,int of
Mr. Gilbert moved that it be recommended to the a ew linte ef Tl--lerallh ,u-A Bermuda and Halifax,
to ay louse to grant a gratuity to John Swan, a Branch u t steal ritih West. indi cothluier, on the ground
an y re Pil-.B,.tin c,.n iderition of his buying b, his strict Yev 1ra l r sh Wv st, india Col uiae., on the ground
in re- obP.nnc,. in cnide Qiaran fine Lawing hI ri of the want of further inf)rmuatioau in respe,:t of the
5[ this obh:evance uf Iho Q'aramnire Laws. heren 'rip, n trh-:e, th.X _:,not o f ru,"ti.-,n of the line, t l
and fr-.tn linermula nd been d,.-la e, abroad fnr a pe. larsti,-s tLo: outrit to it au- tb,-hn rcpc t iequ,t
is Act riod of 14 weeks-which was affirmed. alrticot: utri ar ti oit a- t-...i r-ard ctirei of th,,
Infor. Aye l--M1esrs peaker, S C Bt11, N11, J l).,rr E, and llore larticultly a, rI,-ard,- thu: viwy suppo thrt
PN Dill, S 1 liriy, H ,1 -1 ilb.'t M .11 ril In rial Ifuverouvut and the 1.aui ry supprt t
WH HuN hel, T .Gra, cer \\ Gil .ar, J H war would 1 iv.. t t, thu line It was pro-posed to fix the
Va terH, I A OuTkr, leeer. S aOtrberi;, SA k quott ..-1 iathal.,-sIlat 'c ti'". Th.eAs mnbly .,Uk-
med. OMasters, T. I)ut Penise, S C Oterbriie, J NI mi ed f-,r tlime to .n-id-,r the matter, and th'.- public
mend. dOu lteV, NV' It L'PersLU, t_' viston, .J N Smith, at ir,,, wh., v..,uldi hit. t,) i'iih lthel tE. us,
en T J Tucker, R '-tn, WV 11 Wilkinson, T tJ harve ri',n t* be- et e with their un.wilin,es
ned to WVadson. t i hvnreu.-ie the burthea of i :isti, th ut the priestrt
setting Nays 4-,1Psrs IRJ P )acrrell, R rfer isW ~, t: r%e"sen:i. tie.' :ucr/ ci. A ryto- r. the pr.oldl-
s-the J Fri, J W Pearman. t, it l r th
Bo le, 'The House resumed and t.dopt, d the Ie.olution n E i- M.--. :. li.-, t.- -, to t.
S of the Co .i t.e Dcui:ioAl..--r. F. W. C.,livr, Secretary to the
0 he oilbc intro. u R lr Quariatin:e Eoard, (G.rc-:eton Doirara, has ias
ble coNGilberti introduced a Resolve tor making suedJ notice in the Ortti...l tT.z,:tt.( of that, C,ilony,
ni.mfl-tnsntion I) John Swant, a Braach Pio0-a
to re- which was read a first tlimna. t') the et, ti that all *:- --i .r-itih irom any Port
iltied ill pr td a p ion frl',m JosephL F in ti' U a,lt-,.1 stte., or from any P-utt in the '.'est
Na. lrce, l o, In.(rty .;.sis, trnt K-eper U-f thI L: Iul:. i* ath An'eri.ca, a wti. Ih th,?r-. reiides
as N mIrlth .. sEIt ,p f i Un V-i a ,Briti.,h Cun ul or 'C-.aiar r.--iJent, iu-cL--t ,e pro-
u l- it !(,.t --ptayag a g.'atuity c-n the ground uF ov- 0 idl-ttwith -a Bill ..a f lHealth ont.-'.rtinc a nd crti.-
your t.r 20 v ars service' in bat .capacity, and other ies tie.: 1,, -u., -I..-,uul.
lo the sorts stated in the Petitioun. tie .y ...lh (',,sLl
l COpy A M -f thi:, 1 t 1 :'-.e-i of v-lI],w ft-ver thi ,t hi- o.-_.aire.
A MEssage frojI His Excellency the Governour:- at Ee.-qluo liver ullto the I lth August, b lt.1
(Nn. 18.) died, 4 were eitred and 2 remaindiii uri,.:r treatti:-:t.
T. L. OALLWEY, It wvas suggested that. the 'onvaI:-"(enut seatmUen
Lnun, (.General, iouild be hipl'dI ilirc..tly from th C(.'Aony-if ar-
nt, at Governor and Coramander-in-Chief. raunveuent. c uld *:.- ntide with the 'lcipiin:. master
'i'e Governor hts ihe honor to forward to the "or CLn-,l, and that their el.thc-.s Li de-troyed.
Honlee. !iore .!:- ofl Assembly, a letter he has; ree-ir- MrtiALt. INrtS .E tLNE ConroRATio: or D :EUrrasA.
t d I i i H it Hinor rhoe Chief Justice of '...riimuda, -Thl R.,:i.' G irti:, puulishe- R in a r-ecernt number
covritg a coItn tunicaticn fiomn tho Pet ovat Mar- tehe aitiuiil R,-p,:.t- .,1 f the two lo..al life intrDance
rabls sL.all Geneiral i,I the ubi.et of supplying certain ,aoinupauci,-s estiabli.shd in that C'..uny. Th'y shew
rcCemFs: articles f'-r the- acc-t, rnuc oam i..ia n of Juit,s that it quartc-r af a nillin d tl r -i, s it ilt l -
S t the Cout.ts of r] e ,al Aascia,. taiued its. it,' c-lo.n', ithiri iti If'iriL t .- a \ :c wi't
i A lsum r.f 21 17 ,i being required for the par- intto the poc-.ketsa c thi.- En-li.ih C('.up.aul:- As
chase of these articles the Goveric nor recommends ahuut .'. per -.eut. of this i-, returun:l to t'ie in.-u.--
the House to grant, this amount. e,-s, the -t'inu:g t.:. th. C,.U!'Ly by imute l ite insur-
Pubhlic Buildings, Hamtilton, \ ai et is n en:te i for;>' a 'ry conasi.rrable and-
ltbh Sprembei, Is. Edition t ts w:.ltl and. importne.
The Atloruey General introduced a Bill relating Tn Yto --t C',-- h----- nt- a ha-
o the to the .fie' of (Colonial Secretary- whi-h was read "o 'tE a t "b.n orn m- n tun td IV-
from a first time. inu o ,..urred at that I laul on th,:- th iu t.int. It
rking The Atiorney G.-nteral introduced a Bill relating is now' ri-iort, 1 tIcht it .-xttnde'- ..r thc g'tet, r-
to the police of Pr-vost Marshal G:ae aal--which Itrt ot the Iblatd. .1 I o' the nlet d:. :.g.- it Vil la
e ne- was read a lh stB time. ( '] t ani t'iu fu,"io._. TIhe Arn,eri,.in Iarlu
/ ne- ,i nd (lit- Britich hir. ,, til't,l wi.lr e d \cu
e ex- rThe Atlto fiey General luttoduced a Bill to amend (I< CrI at TnAur- e(. cr ar.j
much the Act for counolidatiui and amending the Law Tfe Ne York Iei.. ,he 11th in its "
ntual- elauting to Larceny-which was read a fitst tulm,. thir report" eny d : ;h u P
'J he rule ri-gaidiag the passage of money vOltea h rs y-
the being sus-pecdod-the Resolve providing for re- 'The eyclyouni di.-turbance is gradually alproaoh-
1 will pairing ibthe Goretiuntn.nt Hlouse furniture, was rnad ing, the gulf ,coasts from the eo'tthe.et, an-l is
tionsi a thlrl time and pj-c.t d, likely to prove everr, in tl. L-jwer Mii'nui Vall--y
cleat Adjouraed to Friday next. buntwetcri d orer TcxI'..
it. l- th&~ UJU~ ~


VU&SCLwLUU Ut f1te Ue. i llfe, una ma-ing some oetr
necessary amendments to the Revenue Collection Grders for trU.,'! dinq:
Ac ts. Lsreeav Alet Amenidmeut Bill.
Public Bl1dings, Governor's Mfvgs.sge relating to accommodation
-Hamilton, 14th September, 1682. Jfr Jurcrs.
The Resolve printing a sum for making a Pub- PiuC'oro Marshal General's Bill.
lie Road neal- the residence of Mr. W. 0. Frith in Coloniial S.cretary's Bill.
Wa nyck Patish,was read a third time and passed. iisioiv-" in favriur oif Pilot John Swan.
Mr. Gilbert presented a Petition from John bSwan. J,,ceph F. Nelinms' Petition.
a brane- hlilot, praying to be remunerated for inr- vN
cor.wthienee'" ustlatied by hin by being carried to CUITOM HOUSE--HAMILTON.
Sea-in a iLip fr.mc an inl-cted Port when serving TE lADnn.
on-bor.d.-in- thei way of his calling-for reasons September 13-Barque Eliza. Bars, Hollis, Newt
staled In his Petition. ; York lut oseu and 5u bules hny, to Trott A
'lhd BPilt rititled "An Act -to continue and (' x.
ameblt the Acts for the Regulation of the Post 18-Brigt. Excelsior, Mayor, New York; assorted
(,flle," was tled ; third tirr.e audl passed. catrr' t. \-.. E. Tall....t.
T'i HIouse, opn motion of tho Altorucy General, 'LEAcEr) .
Wi t in to Cornrilttw of the whole to consider the e ;temnb,-r. 1- -M.til SteanimerOsinoco, Fra.er, N.w
Message of the Adudinitlrator ofl the Govertmejatc, ol l ehet '-.t'rpenttr'.c ttoo ., 1 i-ale personal
No. 3 i- of t5 h J- La-., halting to the existing system .rtb-ctr, t'i ',-nc ty calt.ioys, 2 cop per cylinders-,
nof .i t 'e & tr nt k er.itc- ha ,i-e, litto, ;3 i.oils j) uk, )
V!r. J. W. P .arman in the Chair. 1...le uld can.E.-, -,. -a cotton, : bdis. old
1 he Afttorntey Urnsil n, oted hat in the opinion notal.
of his Commintee it i. exdlent to rum all u- B Hll ew rk.
experntced e Iitaflues of Grants of Public rnoney CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE. [
wbii-. can h- ,resitmnedi i ;tout injultiaie to Public NrTrEr:En.
lrit'tit(gS o tiCr.vctierire t.)i the Public Set ice, Se-pii..:e 1l:;--Royal Mtiil Steaner Beta, Shaw, :
atnd t1. inabLs ifu.re G anit for the Pu-lic Service Jdia-ii:t ; MaNi and a-'...rtud ci:-,o.
e ti.at aten. t lixe, .e io., c-i to pterenr the ac- CLEARED. I
eumui.tilou of una:..euned bilauc-:, except in SeltLnihr ]13-R. M. Steame.r Beta, Shaw, H-tali- '
such cases as on account of sipeclal circumstances ax: Mail, &e. '


Lrt, y.u,/,.ipovu vnuaTl tJllWily movetnor inL
i curved path towvarid the jiuer lakes; Lbut, if fur-
t,-er delayed in thic Gulf, "thec re..i-aing pic.- sir.- ont
thL Atlhtuic coast may K-,coma so re uce.Id as to
aliu'w it to ,pass ilto thu oL,:.an ou a IUuinih tmore
t-asterly : urvi:, piosibly c-os-,ig our W.oast liite be-
tween handy Hook aul -ICape H-enrury.
Conditions fIavoraibl to tlhei dei-elon nic-t of a
stoim centre pJrI-il ofi the New Englaund and
Nova Scotia coast.

E&arntest'AE Ar P.'AMA.-A L.-vertc Earthquake
oc.-ur-ena-l t Panama on the Oth iut.'t. Their
ticr-t report of the M itut Ihats not rea-ch.i-d t-.. Th',
effte-:ts -.'crc- very Nevt-re on the i hIolle I.lthroiu, ,.,of
P.iuaina. Tei minleis of the Pinmaucia ialiivcly urc-
imcipi.-:il-:I. Bridi-s care dUiimagri-d and abcit;ai:.mts
ern:ket-l. The dtnu.i'- v. inoiu nts t. .\- r ;'-i 10u.i 1 0.
This is pA.rtl'y FatiMited. Ruila wire. bout in t.,i.l--,
by th.ic e.rthquak,.. At other places the tr.t '.: .i.,
surikeu. A fre-i-glt bLuibling of tto,.- iQ Aspinwall
i- r-l,., rted to be .-l-i-try-:d One, man. w5- ki!l.ld
th i':-e anud r,-i.-tl inin'-i. S ie.u-redl .-atull h,..-l-s
uo-c..-urred during their dy in Pan. a yeet:rdAliy 7thi
at 1l '1'i, .ii., 2 i aujl 4-1 ,1 p.m. Tlhi.!.- va, .
di-tin'-t utov.-ro.nt I'it ni-lht cit I I .u antid .:th:rt-
act i o',:l-.k thii ilu.ruig -ilth) that l.rl'.htt dljUwi-n
mor ruirws. N, t liv,--i v- we lo-, t it i'nPunti.c. Th.-
.e.:ILu at A:..piuwall aIt d Panama w.as ,1 qict. T'Fe
Uuit:.d Sta.tL sit-arier Iroquois"' diag.ged h..-r
aunch.ir iu Paaatiu, perhaps 1by movement of the
bottom.


M'rP Hitvil.. tice itri I.i eI .,' ui.- ticioi that ntoquesti-in
c.n b.i e of rc--cittr ;.- I, r -, pr, .:ti'..il cotnsi-,qil-nc..- tLi
thu ifltimi' if this litti-I ,nTrucucnity, i 1in that _.-f
thc-: el ..aitk,,, (,f th,- ,.hilic] .:-nt really who air'
i.-'-., ir uir' u ii it- i rti.l-it, v.. ir l':.i --e i.i fly' ti
i: .ti.: i t!i ,. f...l.,v-ic ,.' :irti.-. t of. t',ii -hi f
I L-is u It w-t,.. -iitly i',bli id. P r'.,-,i. t o:i Ith &. Betr-
Yc.u.u k- P. f" J_ c ,f Lu.--l, ti...n :
'. tR -crt dobt.t tl-.-, ,-Iows- th-.t coa-:- "*..o. I aud
ic-t il v.i-:,-k Ir-s LIe-n dui-., rud this we gladlly andi
fly c' !cN,:.woile-ilt'e, but ;ci th- s;'.'e-,e tin? we a -'u-r..t
l.-lp ft: tin.:i ththat thie rt'ult; arc in -.:.i e d-.-e 're,- ,L'-
c 'rlip'utii;' fo-r the atisti.cs ivcu in it priO:.-
l l:,inl -' v,-: ;shall .r -',', tl-.. th:.-re is a.- y.:t little
Isais'- t'o e,,,ngratu-rt i,:.n a regard.-s educi-tion:tl
n.,t-- ;u Brnuii.1t, L- ltud k-Iit of aill is thr,-' anoy
gruutodi for ima.i-,tini n 0e a imie imay I-e u-rrupte-.. toL
d,, tih'it, l,.:'.'l:., 3s vic- Ia,-e a vtet'i of e.-hl cation.
lti-,'.: I-.al and .iinuln.,u-ry, an.!d a Board of Edt-
'-itionu and an In-pe-Ator o.f S-r-ho6oli hoeo spec-. i"I
bus.,in,:...- it is to :itte d to it.) i wiirkin--, theref.- I'
l.-iitate in'iiridualls or the puLlii ge-norally unidl
t !.P n... troiul.-le u',r int-roe.t iu blithe iiintt:r.
tOn lihe rcntiary tih- e.lit--ational future tof Ber-
niudla mustt d-.pe-ti upon the fo.rmati.'u of a ststrong
pul.ali: inte'reit and opinion, up.-nii the growth uft a
det,-rri.Luinti-)n that a s.otiind elementary education
chaIl ie- within .the ra-:ic of every thild in theo
Col--ny, aud thait every parent who may bo. e:re-leis
.or negllect-ful ais to lus ihild's .Iducatioa sNhall in
so,wl wavy or cnithoe ILe -c'oerce-d into doing his.
iuty,
For our can part we beli.-vo that the next fow
ye-us "ill 1.-) eititcal ones as r,;.ar.rds edtuc.;,tion in
-rn.auda, the -.:hool A.i- t of St'a'arou-i-il, it is
true, a cou.-'ieray-.le degr-e. of iutorest, but the
it-iends of e.luc.titon macut ':-.ilizo that for a ]n.-ng
tiLaon' to cn'l it will be vi,-ry' uphill-work; aud our
Id.-:r ts lest tihe Oirl ad i a:dtivity, whic:hi hcv hbe:-n
ash'.,taj ia ni.iuy quarters dcuricc, the last two or
tlhrI- years, abou,]d Le allowt-cd to flag: were tlpia
uniliappil;- to be the c ase, the little ground .-hich
1i'-s I.ui-n gaini-d would ,peedily be lost, and the
(&e.ect up,:n the future of the rl-ing goueratioi
vtild h a ia ve' deplorable one.
Tt-idng to Ithe J-rnirt w'e find that according to
tlic Rre:oivser Gene.-il'-A :estirnt-it, the amointm of
tnoney exp:nd-hcd b1y tlie Board during the past
year was :abouL t 123,i, of' wthi:h upwards of aci:)
Vw-ut in the c-lape of dire.,t paynienti to T-ai:hers
itnd Monitors, while the r-tm inder wai applI-d f.,r
thi- lpuitl-:h:,3 i.,f S .hool tiaterial, :,?., and Ilt riak-
inL' -r.un to the Lo-al Board-.
We are glad to notice that the Inspector speaks
ta-r.-l'.bly IlOf th., couliti.,n of the seho)ls utner-
ailly, and eoau.id.ra tshit there hliis been a gpeueral
imptnteinti:nt in tt, wI-.rk ,.f the- Su-hool.j eince hIi:
fii-t r'el-.ort wivs tinidc to the Board.
W. will pro. e-.- iirtt to ain examination of rh-i
figures t-ivr,n in the T.ble on pace 53 of the R-ipoit,
.-'hit ih cutainu a -uimmanury of the rcturu, i- mide bV
pti-r-t.t for the moantlih of JiLne lastt: fru-'u ihii.
T.blr it appeait r tio J- diti:-ult to aitaerttiiL tlin tex-
a:t niirabc-r of Cliild-u n:.f St:Ii-ooi A,.-. itc th- C'.iuoni,
the C'ou'sus return of Inst y.3..r showing 1Sul, while
thei number on whose behalf a return was made
i,.,' e.incationral purposes wtas ouly i he'., -
1210i. are said to be attenfting Sechool, aIl; ai. as-
po.irted as b:c-. taiu ght at iHomei or reiciving re .u-
lImr Private Inait:etion, Awhile it is ir.kniowledgei
that 14tl are receiving no instruction whatever.
Avowedly then, in ttle case of ever- eleventh or
twelith child in BDertudae il. inu 1669', no at-
tempt whatever i be-ing made io do anything for
it, clducation, thia is certainly not an en--uour.cingr-
fa.--t; but we doubt ex,-eedingly if this by any
means repre-euts th0 whole truth, for if, as is most
probable, the :-n.,e:usu returns are correct, and the
-.lut-..aion.il rtuus impeulrfect, we shall hiave to add
thie' datttrene be-twieeu 1-31 andi Gi3lc, i.e., 112 to
rhp, 146, nmakinp- a total of :0s' ,- on!c- child in ctvery
0 whose educati..u is thus totally neglected; and in
a.iditi,-cn to this wve o:anut-:t help Ieing somewhat iu-
-.linA:d )o1 que1s-tion the .-c,.uuduCl.rs and sufli,:ien..ny of
th.- instruction i:iven to ,at any rate ,c.imce of the .313
hWho are said t. I ..: taughict ait icni -or privately; e-s
',.i'lly in viaw of tih- fai:t, thlit in six iii:mh'
I -,:n De-.,1'i:.ulii.-r 1LiSt to Juno 1'"?2, the nutul.t'ro!
bu.h i hildrv-u has irjc-r,-ased 'bye-xatly 100.
From tlih- Taule. ,ieu at page .3 of the Report
we le., that the numbe-r of children atti'n-iing th.i
S-I.:.ol ,..u thie Board'-j list, wa.i in the quarite endI
ingij tj icth l.-.t, 101 7, whiil,: tice oceri ,e:t,.'.,l-
.,'. I fur the luaticte-r was only 2i, i.e., that on an
arvzri e 471 -childrei, or considier.,-aly moIo than
two ,ut of every five, W-ere :tlwvays aibs-nt frora the
S.:lul- :cfte:r iwaking due allow,.n:e f.ji sickness
am'l" other uuc',..i- tible0 causes, we cannotnot help 'Lel.-
inc th.it third irr,.ularity ,of :,ttend-.tce must show
that ri oi'y of thI pa:reuts take singularly little in.-
t-t.ret. in th,-.ir childre-n' edu'a.tiona.
Thu In-pector's vi.-it on the day of Examination
ieeins tu have- had th ieliei:t o(f sei:uring a some-
Vwhat fuller attnudan,:c, but even on this day there
wer 2,P' 9 tl',.-nitees, or considerably over one in
four of the total nuamler on the bouks.
A, regard the pro-.ress made by the children,
the rn.-..:. -ir in hi. rtp..rt to the Board, can only,
of (ourn-:-, base his propourtic-ii of the number who
pa:-..:-d in Re-adig,. Writing_, ,and Arithmetic, on
thie .-u.m L ti-r actually esxamine.d -by him; but we
ocay i'le- Ill.-a1 d 1, iele for purpose n of coimpar-ison
til-: n;1n6er tn tLIe .-Sel-iol Buooks, which is not we
tIini!: unfair, I. "' it may I.,v- ia-surued that hy far tho
l'ii Cr p'i ttiit -if tlihte whu conitl not be induced to
pa-'..nt tlh. a-.i-,-,sd fi,.,r x.atiimatton, would, had
the3y I.,cr-i prt.c-v.ct, have i.iik-i to .'.ti-fy tho re-
lqu!rem,:ut. ,,[ tLie Iinspc-lmr, which, it may be ro-
iatikeiJ, are doubtlsa. of a very moderate char-
ac:ter.
Cmparing theu the number who passed in the.-?
tihrt-e su:, bjeitswiththe numbe-r o- tlit. buoks 1J97, w.-
find that *5U. ur slightly niore than une-icalf pa,-ed
ia Reading, 442 or ,-,,m-iiderably vles than one-halft
iu WVriting, while only 2-.i or but little over one-
quart.-r pa.sed in A ibhmetic ; thea-se licure. stietm
to tt to show tIc.-t for'I.hly, that a o-usiderabIle iti-
pr-,ovt-m.ut tni.-,t taIku pl-\i..: in the Stobolos, before
.ecl.'cLtCt.t"ry i-dut'caiioc in .tlt'rnuda eCJ u I,- considt'--
tedi to lie in a itifai.t,:tiy condition ; We- may .,cato
tur itiiformaiition in connc--:tiion with this, that iu the
ltct Eci-iort ou EleI-:.ut:.ry Ednintioi in En ljand,
tli warl '.f 'o 1 chldreal out u- cvery fou :r saidi to
hbar,-, I,.isscd in thb thre-: abi-e u,:intiaei subjects.
\e ate gIttlad to not.ic- tat the Lighly iiportaut
subject ot Needlr--',.rl-I f,.r tlihe cirls rc-eeive ,omoe
lidcr-ee of cittentio-n, lbut wi- venture to hope t hal.t
thte time rmay n,.-t .'e facr distant, whien We- Mhill
hear tlhat a lueie nuiimbe.r of the pupils have pro-
gr-cEsed, fromit sewing on strips of cotton, to cuttiun
and making ucetil garments.
The subjecLt of the re'-gultiiunr and assistance of
Night-Sihool v.- hihh youths whIo are at work dur-
ing thei- day mii-.'ht le encouraged to attend, is one
alhih itnlt weli be c-orunienided tLi the consideration


L system of Pupil Te:'clcers would we tLink I- eta ep
o t.r-i.-. i n ,-,-etiug' tu h want, which is the old, Tua h-
ert drp 'O.i, munst be,.,,- o a pressing one; the- Po:rd
tct r-,'.--.n- L app.-tl'3 t.) hi:-ve only\ on,: .-io of pay-
f-aat for ?-r,.ni;.-r, we would v.-n'ue u to sn-pcr-at
th',t f-.r ia.: vc.at' ,I s-.:tirve- as Mnitor 'thia
hic-ld ble al u in;.-.,:.i.,e -ft' pi'ynieat, a -in i-n'ocai-.e-
m-.. t t, thi, twho liy wi lih it. to ci,.-ntirjt. iu this
c(,p .-:itm- : tl: ar.er IIo'r lirililv :; B Ol Monitor rn.ed nly
-h allw-!i l in th n l:t_',iS.h- i ,-h:...l, nnil tltler i ,tcnut;.
o,.--e in ithe .(:'h .! .i,-,uld ,e umade to d.--pe-nd, froin
yTir t).:. y ona', the joint re:ommntrnda.tijn of the
Ilu :.,...tor andI Tuc.'he:-h.
Anud i'r M.initoru. of this class. a .:,iurse .c study
-hoI'il t.eo 1 i-I ti..-.wn, to I..- carricd i-n, ::. :a)y rate
to- rtine extent, under the per.-on.l uiipeivision of
lho Itn-ye-ei:r, \iho right atrange- at intervtle to
r:'-t 2 it certain numAibecr of them at itt.iu rcentrca;
un dir ihi siy-tein it would d b-, perfect ly e-isy to ge(-t
rid of any v.hio rniight te idle or incomie-tent, whil..
thes.? wh.. lhowevel an aptitude or toudness. fir
t,-:..rbin_-, wruild.1 -ie endl-.-d to obtain that L.,w-
1,-dge and exi-peril.nce vlhi.-h ate neces'ssry to make a
sat'tesqful Te-.ilihr.
That this great qlestion of their elarnentaty edu-
Mation of the young may claim the attention whic-h
its iniportance demands i? our earn-rt w ih. and wo
cherish tle hope that as time goes o ne sh.ll .s:e
the steady puwth and strongtheuin of a health
public opinion on thi.i subject; without this but
little can be done, the central educatti.onal .-Iny by
itself muzt be w.ldl nigh powerleh-; i .-.iauc n 'be c:.,
.trou.-'ly represc-uted that the suiccee-ttul wv:orkiu-. off
athu Schools Ac-t muitlt dep-en., to thei.- greate-,t ,.ssi-
i-I. extent upon individual and local -h"Lto and in-
terest, and where this is show,-n we are well assured
that it will al:,-ys- retc-ive such support an!d en-
couiageimetrt. as the Board of Educ-ition and the In-
speci-t',r of Schuols are enmpowmcnd hy their position
to give.

Two Days Later from thie lTnited
Stlate and Europe.

The fine Ec ig1- 1t"ine W i'.r/ ,,, Cal'-.utin lia or,
fm n Nc\v Yi.,rk. arrived iin Sattird,- l.,-t. The.- E.
I-ft the c-ity -on S.atur.t-y the 9th ai-l the Bay on
thei following .l- I .
\Ve have 6.Au kindly hllMi-d, yI- ('Captai M.uyt r,
:' .'-py ..ftlF t Nevi Yurk H/,,..i :.of thi- 'th iust:ct,
which l .TIpliet uI with a vtniliety'- :f ne-ws for iur
I'r ",-*it [t ,we.
We lihave soute late- intr.lh..--.ui:i.- fl':.-ii the seat of
war in En ypt1 T- ..T- ri,:..ui.ndisures er. mi d,.- by
thBe Ecitish tru.i. ..-n thi- 7th, -.n, from Ka-,aasin,
the othi-r fr...u Aleiixandri,,. ThI- r.suailties were
uTnim!...rt-a t.
1'I.t.j,:r-Gr-nt-l \\Witli has Utak.'l vr the coram.
mand from General Grahanm.
A..L:bi PaCU. ILL.--A d,-spiath to the New York
11- ,'.' ported that cArabi Pa,.'ba is)ll with dy3-out-ry."
Th. c li-r.t, ev r 'he Pris journals, is raging
at .-'"hiL, ('Lint .
172' i :.itkve- di'-d t Manil:a .u 7th iui-taut ou
ieh.:.Ik ., anld -7 in the n.ig'lhbu:'-iucx villages.
ThIl- Marqui- of Lijr'e. Prin.-e-ss Louie and
I.,arty, an io-d- cit il0ih., Ne,., dridl -subsequ..ttly
left fOr lth- Pacitie i,-onst.
There i, to bo a Graind Naval Review at Ports-
mouth, N.H., rabolut tlh. I12th instant, on occasion
of Pre-idl.ent Artbhur'' visit to that place.
Tw-enty-two.:, 'i-r of mult-s, piirchaasd at St.
Louis f..r th,- Britih it o\erunm-ut, 'as;-ed through
Alnaunv, N.Y.. -,, ,s, ,/e to New York, (,i the 7th
and 8th instant.

WITH GENERAL WOLSELEY.

Kass.m-tI, Sept. S.-Ancother r>-couuoissan.-e
t T.-.l-e-l-K,-lii Irt-- bht-n malide. The e,-nemy ap.
pt-ared iun f'.-re-. Thece v.:.- uno casuiltkies. The
i.;*...niuotiiiau:-- r,': ld, Arabi's po-ition f'rocn Kar-
r.-iin to Tdl- 1-K.l.ir, t: thi ,xt:-ut o-f atiout tive or
:-i: mils. Tl.- .ticu--t ot hi- for:.-t-- ;at both places
ik i..w 1 ..trc-tt ..-i- at-tly', 1u It is reported
that l :e f'r.h--ib wi:it..-r :,..t-d hi.i a 1. ren adt abi...vc Tel-
e I. K:e.ir, thlu flt...-diin th.: lowl nlul to t -'h south
of tl-.r ],li.:.. F,,rty ytu s fi..in C'air,, .n iv.td at
Iel-el-K-I..ir ye---terlay. Majt'r Gen-ra! Willis has
cctriv.:.1 here-c *nd tal.ku 0ver thi-- rorumnand from
(.-u-r il -Gralth.. At'rali's ti.... linv occupied a
vill.t r- ,h.:.t two coad a hL-!t'mile-, south of the
British canip.
The- olij:.-L of the- t c.tt.un...i--uneu- made to-day
was to, drive O ut th,- f.< t of thi- e:-n'-my reported to
haciv ,.,.,!li'i'-d a \i;lk '- nCe-.ar hi.-ri, and aluo to
(riet :t t:i-1.1 t,:-lek.ra.iph line. Th.: village was
f.:oundI det.lerd, l.-ut th, ,.nu-iny'.s pustioun and
e-arthworks w-r- di-..vert- iin : ridge- not tar dis.
tant. Thei no.,y apyiappcared in i-.:t iuntud.ere and
bri-k lire wail ,ti.opc Utd by both side-, whic-h eou-
tintueJhalf 'in hour wvithiouut .ny. -asualtic:-s.
Thl'- l ie c :,~f M:tji:r T.I'ry, -..:.rr.-sponlefnt of the
A,-, --..,! 1- '/ i .'t c wi a ibhit from under hin.
W-hil- tnlW- Eni'li-,h were t:-tiriu4- thl- ct.ijn.y watm-
td O'a\wn th.i hill anul tired at th.:-i.. TIcW E-.yptianus
evidcutly thou.-ht thIc re.:i uncoi.-.cuni was the be-
giutiiu,' -.,f, ar, e. t ol",r.-.atI:-in Tihe- :. >.irr:ispondcut
.c:icthr.a that thI .n:i:at.' iviuig the Enrghlish iure
Iroulle to11u the latt:rht.i-cnti.:ia,.t'-,d. ThliE.-ypt-
i:j, arc-i nov,: in l, r--.--..., of t tai poitioun fromn
whir,.h Ich- En-]i4.h i ,li i -rii',:c it.,i-u.
All .-f Ati. ii Pallh's i :l, op fom (c 'airo hai-ve
Lbuen lr.,utcit t.:, T.-l-el-Keliir, .1l-t, the bla. k r-gi-
crent, v.Mhi. h ormu thi.- elite .,f the E-,yptain sol-
,i're|. The ,'cneucy is wi-rkin'-k ni-.-ht alud dnay at
thei --.ut,.uc''Iiae"tt, ':.r'.-.s the Fresh Watt':rt ('.ual
on !.i- ri'-ht.
G(en.-r.d Wileley i, now in di'e-ct teligraphic
c.,uicii uttic-..atiorn w ith Li.ud>.:e.
An utn-,r-.tan'liu'-r has bn-.o arrived at between
the tiiitiary .aut)ni-riti -sd a rthe WIrtcr Coimpany by
which Port Sail. 1 will ri.-':-.ev ...u toui otf wate-r daily
In, I..iili.i a tuhti.:i -ur tqua.n tity t., supply its in-
habitatt..

AT ALEXANDRIA.
ALEXANDRIA, Si-pt.. .-Mounted infantry rmade a
pirttd rconnia.,iisa it- ti Mfaudlarct yei-sterdc,.
T hey .uiiti i ,:'O nttttt withi tic,- eurtily, ;ind iux thel latter w.:r-e Iilled or wivui.ideJ.
ThI- I-iittcin prf-,.-ecied, to Benghazi, B.,-rra, and
will r-maini two daysc to dJi.ciisy the Briti-:it flu.- ir.
th o', .- w : t- er-'.
C('.iapt'lin E.intc-nt Rice, thI- Bitith in'tvi.I attcnchi-
to the lega-tiin ct Paris, has iiten ordertdi to Egypt
to ;i-siet General Wolb:,i.," in ra).k umc,:fge".ry


of the B,:A-rd of E-tucation; it is. at any rate worth
thi- tLiil, vwheitht- thi judiicious application ot a
p ia tion of the ed'utiati,.ual c-rant, coupled with \ikits
aiud -sex'uinati-.nu 1.y the lupc.:tor, might not help
tu rnfis up efli-ient ilhoois i ut this class; we seo
i.ut little reason why I-un: s schools may not be 6ue--
.e-sfully worked-at least iu the larger Parishes-
duting- ever.al months of the year.
We had vr eatly hoped to cec iu the R.-port that.
soIme -. .-stuttic> attempts mwure iting made to do
te...uething towards thle training" of Teachers for
fltll.r- w-.crk in the C'olony, and we ha.d sttpios:ied
thc.t tie .ipoijntuCint .-f' tan Ian-lector of Si:ooht.,
whii'i,:- uttie at- ti:ntwied to tL.,-'e in .onnr:ctiiou
-with I]!. -.tof:e, would, iu acC.:ur'.la,.e wilt i lews
M which L Ae pl-s-ed iu ultr' colunima at the te tbib of
thI- pa.-ing of the School i Act of ]b70, hiaive
1.i..inght ut,:, o ra:itio .: ..c yet(rt ofr prep ration
flir th,_,t isv t,. in.ty wish Eveu ai.d ly to L.oi.b-iii

The adoption as far as practicable of tho English


aiiranc'enlent-, ar soen as il,,.' moilit-iy convention
has be-.-n deliiately siiSn.d.
There-is no luttl.,irdanr _- i .f pri-tin,-is ieing tor-
tured., Sir Edv.arUd, Miilt, tk LEritkih ConIl t .G.n-
eral, hIiving taktcn mIeasit... ur-Meo the prevention ot r
thI.:' piiatic-. le -'..yb c lt-: I difficulty in pe-rsc-td-
-g the Ara-i- that the nr.-- t Lthe thumbi.er.-ews wan .
nun-,.:casory in conducting e-x'ninuat.iouns ot prisnu.L
t-r-. Th.- Khitldive-- ha-s 'iv-e:i triug'ent ord-rs that
no p[ srii. ,-r- 'wha tuVb r Lt c to. tur.d ,_r uth,.trwii-. ill-
t'eated in tlih fIuture.
Ar Arcan F- .Nr'T.-The b-,dy of the murder-er of
tIc. Eu:rlishm,-u .Ri,-hardiron aud Dou-on, who was
ex..--atet-d ..ve,-,t-rday, i.- I.0ft hlcainuginn C.harge of
twi.-nty native pli.ctient. L;cte lasIt veniug an
A r:ab t ilob l <..-(.-! :.v-i>tid tl... t -. na d ..a i iiiri. di oIt
t -. lIl, y, to -.c:t:i-r with trh.- r-.p-e with -whi.-h the
rni was h.imuped. Thb-y ilia.-i t-: si-.ud the.- Inlt
d. r,:-re 1.th c -:; l the: r..- I. nt iObl a- i'L- c -.,
and thIe b.Kdy i.-' to I, nt.titcclA.i us that of a saint.
The- were ,o British s,.il'-, u'ou ggaird.
IND-:ENITY iOR PILL_'..i.-'i'. I-flM istryV to-d.ay
stiitLitt-d t. tlhe f.:.reiir u C'i,,-ulls GLeneral a pru-
poNal rjelative to iuwienifyinLI thu inhatitauts of


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thii eity for lo:s e i sustained bvy iu.cadiarism or
pill-ue-. Thi. Ministry nj *. --t that an iut,-rIna:ti'.'n-
al Olnuimbtion, who-.- d: : n-o el- all 1.e hun I, l.i
itl-pl. intell. to tit- l.'in-, il '- ei.:.i lin-,.iinu t -,
b'St ,.f four iiierntiibrs o(i th I.P bl i.- ])-i..t Depart-
umu-t, tIwo Evsypii.u ,lel.g- fti' I (Ii. 10,, ledt-l-riat'j
f .'u o:- .h t.:' th- .-i':x gr,:.it Pow .-i i: n..: ..t thL i-
E-,-1pt:ain deleeat. :a to I- rr.-eil.Mut uf the ",:'n!ifi-
s6:on aid the vi-..- l>resi:-ut to' I.e elected by the
,:.mriissio'nu by a irouple i-cijorit.y.

ARRESTS IN BERLIN.
BErLIN, Sept. S.-The T:'''.!, repmt Ihb:; t
while the ir-iu'.l ,.'.v y intan-:.-uvr,:- w-'ri : -.ing
c-,nlhtcttd by thi.. t'rouwn Prin:c Fr:-.leiri'k Williaru
yesterday, two Frr-ti:ch ofic':ter' of hi..'h rank, iui
civilian dre?-., wc-rr- arreste. i. They hliad been rmii;-
in',i-ke-teh.--. f the -crutil,I

THE STATE OF IRELAND.
Dt,'rra, Sc-pt S.-The Dublin police appefi to
beo grateful for thie cF.,.nai'-lt.'in E.t! Spe'er hl;s
extended toward them. They i are full of ,-;il atin'
resolution to do their duty. Ei:l Spewu er the
Lord Lieutenant, annoimces that eveenteen o. the
dismi-s-'d Lorst.ibl's. being bad characters r wi!l nut
be rinistatcrd. If further ciu.)ii':tious arks- ha
esys lie will be' unailil to approve 0IFe reinst Iti-
mnent of any men dianiseId f-n a lik;-' oftenc:-. Mr.
Cliulord Lloyd, the' r.--ident nmagiiti rite, addrf-sing
the people at the Lou',hrea, County Galway, PI-tty
Sessiius, ue?-.tei.lay, made a con(ilistory ,pe-ch-.
D le txpreE" l lhis .tt f.iti tiiou .it tLe iiuprove-itt
whLichli had takitun place .u] iTieiarkeli that Earl
Spencer, tlih- Lcd lieutenantt. woull remit tho
penalties reonfi- rpd by thio Arn.- A.,. if the dit -i..t
coniit-iued p,.a.eab]c.
Earl Spn,-"tr lhas dei-inel to receive a deputa-
tiou fini nthe M;ansion Housa meruetiigyettc-E'lay
nt w)ii,:h a rIe.soluti.4n ..-.ing f-_,r ito ceoiuniiition
of the sentence of the -murl:.-er Hyane wat pa-,ed
In reply to-day to the memorial adopted t the
mieetinga niliiug for a commrutation of the seint.-nce
of Francis H, ncr., lie s i-I hI:-, i'rretted that lie was
unable to iuterftere with t!e eesPuntii-n of theo -'en-
ten>.e. HIynee till a'. o adingly be hanatej at Li i-
cri-:k (.n the b loth.

Lormnio,. S,-pt. 8, 1SS2.-M. Ducnler., pi eile-Lit
o0"' the Fren, h Cabiu: t, in ari int.-rrview with the
Piii -. -r.-5s-'.iilndriat ,f th Ti:ne-'," .. tre '1. ti:, t
ther f.,rei,-u r 'I l.ti.,i-s atf Frin ...-' ere ,.-x.-:'.,lIlit. that
Fru.i e n,0.-ld ..l ai lliiaut -, :1P..l thlnt I;-v :Fau '*YT.
1p.ci.,-. .Lniini, th-i inute-ri. w M. DI.i-r .: .i -:--
*W e are- n.,t. .,r, at lea-..t, we i. n,..t thuinl w. r.- aI
vaeatitnui" '.iliu-t ; auin tih plof of thii- i th-at
we :ire pr-ept' n'u 1_ ill-, ) hiich c ". pr'l,-,.'ri.e- t Fo iIl 'tt
to the Chli t,.r.. Our .i-uiJe r-I :t..'tFtu re ,x..- 1 -
lent. I e.-c-k no a.lli'F.e, be,.aius I a :itu'rsuinii'-" no
aimi rendiein,, alliances n-3 coss:ry. Frani.:e us ibhe-
for pe.tre anI' .:, do i "
The "Tinme-" in it 1,:-'in g niti' !.:- ers --- M3[
DuiLtr.' aimn art -at'? v; hlde ju[. .G.re.it.att. 1 r ;
friends ila,,pt ;t aw ',like t eo Tr[It a- t s ,:. .'iu 2 :i
iiital.:E Euri--. ,l.--i,:- tha:t M!. Duc-lei r- t s i:i .i 1 -i
and what l Europa i.'re-;.a G:rmriLiy tiill[ t.aL-.'.v: r
to secure." '

COREA AND JAPAN.
SiumonAI, S.-ptr. 7.-The dilffit.uty bI. 1-i -I
Japan and C-'aIt' hii L-.jn arrans'.d-. C',- -
agi'ed to pat y .t.3 0," l0 ;a- t..itnpeii',a' t,:,. ) e.'
aindi .'.50,t,,, j to, the it liti.k of tiF,: n,,it .-.,--d
J apari leo -subj c't a.
LoNDoN, S-pt. w.-It is ,offii.illy stated in i'atm
tl'-it the applications ior Miad.e. of tioe PaI:tAiu,t
C-.ibl Company toot. up overti'iiiiOl .sit ites.
L,:-t, Li,-.ht's bill-'i fin aun ouunec. that th.-. A. ..F -
bishop' ,-f Carterbut y i- suil- iiiug si-'u-wh'tit ir,.Lt
netur.a!gic li.. a lthe, bur th-it hi.- g enc.r.:l co;0i- ti .'._
is na..re e.tiitif ift 'o ,'.
A telegr.iiu tonr 'i St. Peria-,i.,n-ert, is putiish..-.l iu
ViennIa sat.ieng t,. the -o Ltvii-ts i th.' pri--uj it
Kh,_,k.in revotited re--ently, nmid tho airirl wi'--
called out tI., suppri.s, th.mi. A stru,_l:e e!n I-F.,
und f.,ity oif t'Lit i ..-.il rI w .ti !.i!l-d
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F'. i' : cu,,' C'i e.
DoUBTL1.i T:LE PK'ILI A: AsKiNG -''HEr:F' IS'
Our SrE..nrr
D:Iian Mn. Emtron.-I amn happy to inform our
people that the.-ir Steani.:-r has pass-d though the
miiset daingerou.s p-it of the .chauunel; the Ship's
Arti-Ies have bcln- r'read, and there was not the
sli hitet Iopp,, it'inu. Tinins Niarrowi is tlh,- inr-
rowe.-t -ip t (.liuuul we have, Iuld it is by sorne
counte-d thlie n-:,,t difficult, but otir Steamer has
passed thr,-tugh a imore critical channel thau that,
and is now couw-idered :ahuo.t out of dange-r.
MOTIVE.

Probably thebe is no Government in the world
mbich knows its employes -,) well and rewards
them sio well anc-ordiug to their services as that of
lihr Brittanic Dlaje-ty. Sometimes it i]:ippens that
InCa of little IV I c.,ptc-ity mnake- a highly suc..i,---
fl earekt as t-;ovcrtr. d.iplonlat i't-, or C1on- l-i
in important plac-.., ,hisneeni they have th g...:.d
luck only to be at the helm in "almu seas; but aL. a
iuLe ltietrin' mic-t appe:a.sn it it be there, i-trcee...-
isized and duly rewa:udel. When the British (',.n-
sril.lip at N,-w York last bec-ame va..ant L -rd
l'i .-dlon's pii-eni-h..les t ere full of sppli,.ation.
before he fi6k J it up, a.nl the. pla.e trwa, we believe,
Vac'lnt for nm-.u-this. Half thee- people in th, c.. i.-.-
lai service anud it great unny out of i.r, were confi-
de'nt ,f their p,'-cial, ail partir'ul r ipiituda for the
post, but it w.as givena to a ,e-nltt lteta who l.hail
it-v'r thought of ap[ lying l'-,r it. Circumtstna-,s
had years beote brought Sir Elw.srd AreLib.ald
under the attention of Lord ('lnroud,:u, and cr-u-
vincedl that shrewd statesanin that he was just the
man for a post which for its dlue discharge require
a cmabiration of qualities hard to tind. It was
detirabie to have a l:awyert, aunl Sir E-Iward lidi
held a high legal position in the British provinces.
Then, too, hie was a man of the wnrld iu the best
sense, was acquainted with this c.uiutry, and pos-
sesscd an urbini.ty, u.-neili:atr'y demincuor, ju-Ig-
uient, and addres- which made the F..reign Offi-"e
feel that in an ernergeny he could be thoroughly
relied ou to do the right thing. The emergency
cane, notably iu our war, and it maiy be safei
stated that during that period uo two Aneieans
worlued muicla harder aud wte'ru itore wvorriedl aud
bothered than Lord Lyv.us, tthonu Miniser at Wa..h-
iugtou, and itr Edward .Arclhibald. It va. i a reua-
nition of tLi sorviCes at that. ime that he re-nai]od
the older of the Bsth, and his rBafial c-arcer- now


r-loses with him pppuintcirmit as Knight CL m-
mauder of St Miciael and St. George, and tha
highest pension in the power of the Crown to
award. Nn congsatulationsu which Sir Edwai
an-i Lady. Arshibald receive will be heartier than
tho, oif their Americau ftiendus. But if the Bitiish
GoVenmioent is rarely obliviouns'f services 'enderr-d,
it lrai, on the aothir hand, 1 long imeiity wthre i i eCu-
t-iiatiiu aseni-,uof a lack of eneity an-l good-will orn
tat part of a ,trv.ant. CGl. Bra,-k,.-nbury i' expori.
et-niug t, is very up[;..-:aritly just u,)w. aud pro-
ha.bly 1 ili coutinnu to ,to a..j, Liu wa.i app...inutvd
Dier-til.r of the Detectivo .Snt'i .c iu Ireland, with
a salary of $7,00) a yer.u, but within a few v-. -ka
resiz-tn d iJt, hIaviiu ei,,:u m aii l.-ium ll.t,,inlu l .ia
L..rd S3pencer, and it is beli.-r:J auticipa'inu that,
he would at o.nea hu ifited to o:cupi:y ic Ei5rypt
!hu.'imp.prtat. -tuffa appiointine-nt he. fuo tuei-rl hd.
Eut tii' C lo.:-A. is in, i e.t simnpl r-,Ie te.i- t.-. ,;,i
regiment, and has got a black mark against his
name which rmay never be wholly effaced.-NA Y.
Times, Sept. 7.


Tv tAc Ed',tn oof the .Royal Ga:st.'.
DXa Sra.-My remarks in your issuo of the 22u1l
ult., having provoked some comment, ard e-li-:ited _
se.athing reply fiom Another Pr.-lbyteri-in" in
this week's issue, I feel in justice to mys..1lf, I coinnot
allow some of his remark's and perato'nl a ,-euations
to pnas without. in effort to refute them.
First then, he aneuses me of impiagnintg my Pas-
t-)r's right, to sign the Petition. Mo:.t. asuicIdly he
had the right, if ',,'. megnt as anu spre.-sioun of hii
own individual opinion, or of sympathy wih hi-i
Wesleyan brethren.
I do not pretend to Lae the champion of tbh-
Presbyterigns--I express my ownu opinion wilth-irt
fear, knwiug it to be th.-? opinion of very many)
Presbyterians in this iM!and. We' try to live ia
unity and peace with all donomiuations of Christi-
aL.s-doing our own duty; uo mixing ourselves in
quarrels in whit-h we hdVe uo concern.
I am not so ignorant of my own Church and its
history as Another Presbyterian" thiukls, but I
know that Kuo. and the "'.blee spirits who liriod
down the ages" found something moro tangible to
fight than this ghost of the graveyard Tho varie-at
enthusiast :-Luan)o hope to elevate this question to at
level wirh the evils iag-aiut hLich they foahit, aud
for which many of thsm. died.
If I rememb.-r aright, I said, should any mlinnktr
ih.'rude inu our liihurihyaeid we. s.ounl;i fIEl it a gri..-v-
u ue.-na-w, uiy di.yti iniry defl-.s the. word iotrtalo,
as meaniu;ng, 'tIo eater by firee, or without invita.
tion,' and it, was only in that sense that I uffi[r.
ed that we- should re.,ent it-certaiinly nut inu an
nminiter who came duly invited, anl in a spir-it off
chri.sian, brotherly love.
I have no desi':- to pr'ovoke a rqply to tli, or to
make the public a witness to any didcreue'o of opiiui-
on the Prusbvteriuns may hatv. among themselves ;
but, I would ask my Presbyterian friend if tho
VW',Ileyans are the o0ul pe-ople we rmay s.ymp-itlii-
v.i.i:li-may not some of us give a graiu to our brc.
tiers on the other tilde
Let us -ympathieo then, each with whom hli lik(s ;
Lut, Jlet us not fight either l ;th oliher-, t;.i- other-,
or amoug ourselves until we hale wrot.,ga ro be
redressed tor privileges to guard. The iecuoir of the
W.rwick Presbvrterisu Chur,:h In tshow u'idobted
p.:of of our ability to .d I-iher.theoneur the oth,:r.
Rise my fri-'nd loukk higher, above the grave
and the tumb to the tiaven above, wh-re tLe L.tt
part of ui hopes to have its i:at, aund su-h quarrel!,
I repeat, mu-st appear as -' 'ahity and vax.uiun 'A
k-pi it."
Mr. EditUr, I make ily fin d biow, and iemainu,
le,.-Lectfully Yours, FPRtSlBYTl'HIIAN
FRITH & MURPHY'S SALT CIRCULAR.
TuaR,' "IL.\[..a, oSeptetnl.er 2nd, 16-2.-DEar.
NiE-.--W\e last adldies-a-c yju in this foim on the
7th ultino, siu.d: whi':h the: dru.itnu for our staple
thows more a.:tivity and. about 21.'.0'1O' bltihels of
Coar'e and F-ihtery Salt have been shippc-d hoa
the Colouy.
ite our Ia.t, the weath,.r Ihs b -en line foI' Salt
naking- and tiequ.antity .-"tiiherod rn.tre thl: equal-
ie- a t .r hlii,.it L 1,;o,0ei bushels, which, with sa.m, ex.eption-, is
vcry. -ood, clean, v.-hite, Sjlt. i'V. this year, es-
-. _.uilc-.l a iu -,' efni,-ienat iwpe,:.-ti,-u f a.;l S.ilt rak-
..1 l.y p rri.r, likely to lip to v,'-S-,'l to itur I:ou-
.inmunut. tIh.ius :uinta-i_, oar *-usit-ne-rs against
anuy jut fir,t .:a-. SaIlt biin shipped by us.
\V'e qiiut t'St.ct-.an Gr.:i.iiLn. Fishery Salt at '- cts.
and iaLt c-lI:n 3 Coai-e S.- I t .:--t- per bVishel,
f. o. b., and as tic,-e ar, ir-.. leav&ce b.u a very sm ill
mnargn and, that only to th..- pr-prieto-irs who-:-
p.aus" are ino.-it fati.ribly -ituat,.: t aud the r-:-port
ot the sale of lai ,e- blo-k in tLi- United .Stiates, to-
g'ether with the :v. tiity in de'an-ud above- referred
tu, M.e rlok f.Ir iiMare htiin?ni :,n the' part of Pio-
p:-i t :'rs de : n L D,''at think ih:tt priei:. iWill g'.- blovow
our ,.:U,.,t.t ti,.,u .
We have aliva s onl. aud hla'-.? st.:ks of well sea.
S...' -'uirre and Fishety Salt of cur own i .....t''-
i io tothe prepay i,.iJ .u f v, lhi:h vwe .ev-t.- par-
ti,-ula-r atteution. MAlasri ,..t V bls e.i nliinu-g his
way -eekiu- wilU tin] it to thr:-ir advalultt:t' to '-_ivt,
li.t-, itll, aL e : .'! .. .... .: an l
m .lc; it *. ruile ,'.:' :. : .; .-t ,: .. ( ..,.,.) ,... 5" i
'h-irt..ntiuns vY-.eIi -.-hen taskiun' ur own Salt.
ML-Uncn sized Vc-1,el'e vr-iMOted to charter t., carry
Lu-wood to U. S.
yWe remain, Dear S-irs, Your obedhelitt servan-it',
RI IrH & MURPH-Y.
The skilful handling- of the E..vyptiain artillery
iu the penudiu campaign is a treh proof of the
Oriental's imititivo p-ower and his aptiitule tor
lcii-rning the ways of cirilized n.nt'air,-. lLud'- dl,
fcir more thIn a century hick thu ai'il!ery arit hUa-
been .-peeially prominent iu tlie w.'i ; of tht- ELatt.
Lord live's gr,:at victory at Pl.i':.y, (June 2.;,
1757) whicl gave Bent.al to Eugland, was almui.s
entit-Ely an artillery aetion,the Nabob brin-ing' into
the field again;ut hi a 1 ia'go tr.in i'f lh-i,'y guns
iaiwu bv whit? r'xeU. Tlie tivei.- loj-s ,idldre-d Ly
thie EUgli.ih at Sb.b-.jun (i !: wtv- cliifly iuHlitedl
bye t t'ikh e:iannon, thleit being uno -I ,o I liiiug
till near hce- tnd of Lie h tCItle. 1u inag the .-pi:y
Inuiuy in. f !57 the nremy's gunU.'i-i, pravioudly
i.tined by Engli-il otlieri., cr.au-ed s.o much anuoy-
u rt, that the batteries, are now, ;i :i precautionary
mU.asnire, served ecluitiively by Eiirapean ,ld,:,-ier-.
The Egypiau gunners who 0tic-ll-,. the Nitii-hi
,. nup a few days .igo seeimi.d to have learned tb-ir
.,,,u equally well. A wvterauI Hindu warrior
-tn., explained the st.r-adiue.- of Liii tibao iuder .t
-..nnOnade:, and their evidentci dread of the bayount,
by saying We do not mind th. big pistol.,' (can-
uoni for they ate a long way ott : but we diou't like,
Ithe i'abib, (English) corning g iishla it to us, for'
ti-n tlicie i ;t iok iu thtir faces whit.h .l tl-a'
lhcy do not mean to o0 bacak."

HORRORS OF A UTAH INSANE ASYLUM.
SALT LaKas CITrrY, August 23.-This morning the
Hon. G. A. Tucker, an English gentlemanu from
New South WVales, with letter of introiuti-'n
to the Governors of Statet and Tereitories a-u,-ke
permini'an to visit iusaue asylums and j ails, pub-
lish6es a letter iu the 7',/ ..,i giving ia desr'iptiiun
of his visit to tlihet Utah Insue Aaylum, -minued
three miles east of Siat Lake City, ye.-te-day. Ac--
companied by United St.itc Marshal Ireland and
Mr Neal, of Louiaville, Ky., the fitther-iu-iaw ofi
GUvcrnor Murray Mr. Tu.:ker visit.dl this :is. lull
whieh is under tLe charge of IDr. Seynour B.
youug, a uc-phew of Brich-rm Voung and there
NotmucComnrnissihanfis. i>lr. Tucker said he ,ouan!
21 p'I 'ientts. 9 f'eia.is andi 12 rnales, in the IuStL
filthy couditiou imaginable. canine were iu iron
eager, outside the maiu building, while oth-rs were
in irons bound hand and foot. Of ties. pattieUL.-i


two were perfectly sane, adud have uo idea why
they are '-oufiatd. One of these sine persous is a
man by the nam. of Sherman, who hbs beenu cou-
fiae.I for ten yatis. He was rubbed of his nifi by
a Morman pilygamist anud has been eunfined in this
place ever since. Fie appears Lt- be a gentleinan
who has b-eu better days, and ia from the Ea6t.
This man is in L tn of the cages iu the yard, which
he has fixed in a twsty mauner with rudee tools of
his owu mako. A daughter of John Taylor was
fi.-mwerly counfiuedi in this .-yluui, ba-r -he? uas beei
rei.'vied toe a private lihO'-, iln th1 ,iti. IHer iusan-
ii v was e.ta:,.-, by hei f.t'her ,endeavoaina; to force
her into polyga'iy. The inmates of tjoi inusilution
ate pjunjihe with o, club .ad strap-tuie club fot
m.-ui the .,trip ia,- ,womai.. itr. 'Iuc-ker closes by
S iung : I have daring the list 4 mouths visited
- I uarlumU in New South Wal -, 3 in Victori., 2 in
.ii-lr. "2 in T".imu:nit, J inT Nvw Zealand.
i a tuonalulu. J in t'alefot uia, I iii Nevada, andi
one in Utah, and in no instance have I seen sights
as horrible as those of to.day."


H. '. Tr.'op.lip .i japi i. exsp-.ted to l arrive
hei-r about .30th instant, to c-onvey the '.th and 2-.th
e0'TilPun;e R-yal Euin.u.2rir to En .lan'l.
Thei. ", ,Ws thei ,llip h. iii. .y H i:'li.
nei- tbh Prince (of W.d-s w-ut to India in in 175.
Sh .a-s se:.iiclly fit te1. up for t ihe pt po:,se.
We uAnd.:i t nl that lHi EE.:E-.ln.-r the Covi,-rnuo
expe:.ts Mr-' .Gallw.,y and F.iraily frow Eu-'AI-Ld
ly th v ,.'. : .,.
Io referen-:o to the robbery of the Co-oper.itivo
Store, at St. George's, alluded to in our last isue,
we understand that after a -natbhened hearing bhe-
fore the Poliieo M'a,istrate, WV. T. Robhvnt-, and the
Wtiisdipful WY C.T. Hyland, Counstable John
Kc-ly, the Treasiurer of the A,..eii:tion, was turned
over to the C'..urt. of General A.i.,ize for trial.
ROYAL BIr1rMDAr.' I YcaE CLrB.-.kA Ra'. t'.nok
ba,:e on Fli'blay lat, in which the following
c.'thts c..m f.,-t.I :-- :.. L. L ,.'' 1.1/,, ..
b,, ... and 1 ,,i .' The a- i,- wa oii ly the
I I.,,,. a ,, til ( i'.m,, eing s'itnad.
In the Se.:.nd Day's pruciiat Mqtches at Cree-d-
munorou the 6th Lintaut, the Biitidh tearu-the 12
lead ig men imade the reruark.ale scor-, of 2,10I
.oint. out i, f q p..sill 2.."2O 0 points. ;:,point-i bet-
ter th ,n thi.-i, .:re ,u the airst ,lay.
In l the l riDil et; '., ,f 'i 9',, 0U0 and 1,000 yard:z,
ith BLitirh 1. L th Amnricanus by 6ti points, al-
thL.mi.'i thb l.aitt-r had improved their score by 64
points.
O)n the ucd day the-y s,red .'iiS, an average of
17.-. p r nin.

Th.i dc-ath y clveo-ra at Manilo, Phillipine I3'-
laud', on tb,, l.t ",pt., vwa ;S47 natives and one
E irop.. in. At Ilo lo t,55 persons have dciod from
..un li.seasa during thu fortuight ending lst Sep-
tenmber.
A -,:-rious a-.'ident o0.:-.urre.l to a r.ailwa traiu
near Ha.y'lttea, in C,-rmany, on the 3rd Sep.-
temiber, 1)0) per.on-nt were known t j 1e killed.
The train wvs mde tup of 24 eari, and a portion
ran intu a 1..,- and it i., not know how many of
thb?e tja-,eng.:r, were buried in tit, bog.
The fou.inrallo- Is.ac Ler', of St. Catherine, Ja-
ai ii.. who di.:d r en i-ly, leit au .: worth

,,,,,. iu Alb a y l.tt:ly, 'anl ( .!M.?led tin death of
q-el-.r.d pc-r-:a-L Patrii;k Couto.), who was thrown
iC-... tv t'. t...i ., th i EIlepiiaut, l.t- ., iiiia ene.l
suit .i,-t int-t L,' niuin for j,'.,i
A (Carn.-.:ti,:nt Ja,]I,':d, g of Putaniam. nnme.l .
F. W tli. i- ...a tri l at B.: to>, Mass., on a
cliarg,._ .t in..- diari-ni : lid b.--a ia Deputy
Unite.l St -.te.- M'f:, h:t ul and Pi.k-ent at an insur-
anu'.c n cimpiuy..

BIRTH-, in lHamilton Pai-sh, on 13th instant,
Mrs. BdrNAanaI l. Lr,.:,N, ,f a Daiunrr. D
DiEr', iu S.mn.ly't, I'.tii, .a n th.- Sthi inu-,t., E:-
B:C.-.'. COrf., thi affliwt,-,1 wiiL:-o ,-4 th,:. late Dan-
i.-l (C'.I.irn. niL. 73 .:n ; le vin'- I:.n' dauiighter,
.5 ,r. .! iil irn, 4 -i ..t granu.l .i. Jrt-en, and .othb,.r
i .liativ, s and tri':iu.hl tu inouru their lu' s.
......, in De.vou.hih Park!h, on Friday, tie- S.t
iust., itt. r i l,.a' 'i ,i l .d taiiitl illine .-, w which lii
'.r- with 'Ci rl.ti'- n ti frtitiudeil-, RuHr. Piti la .RicaY
Berr.v, :i n.Uit; ,:f t 11..-t -:-inur, En-l iawl, iin th1
.''thi year ,f i] s.-..e, li.r-in.a wife aun thlireecdld--
ren t.' ,n..u'n hi s :arly .l,:,,litiIue.
....... in S'mwth'-a Parish, oe-Wednesday, 131h
S.,-ptelul -r. A LL:'LIUNJ '. -i'L'AiP L"'' ENLil., VOtn '-t
son .. C'A t. J.ii. A. ..nd1 Ei.i E. La.,i r, a 2
years andl mi..uthi.
-- i

By 'PuIblic Auction,

Under the 11 1 G SH ED,
At 12 o'-lock,

On THURSDAY Next,
2 -i[ !n.,inLt.fnt,
6 TARCGE Iron BEDS1TEADS
.3 L.,ir -1l :'I av a 'i ATTl ESSL.
\.'v-.tiS.'TA'N -i & t'CiO'KE'tV
I- Portable All i1 CH A R and lib Lb
I Oak Exteu-iu ;'lINING T iLE
1 E:!,!ii EIt.; P ) D\ CI.O('K
.11 i'Li.X X iJ oiliher L% MPS
I Hannl-oci D !i').|St:!;T NE'E'
I China liftE \ K'FA ..11Tild 'TEA S ST
Hitler's i \' .ail "-xNI)
4 F,,iding A11 CHAIR;S
CaI~I'RS Tl'.\AiLi:.ES and cLUt'i'AINS
I EC ''INTER .try ( L i SS iS

I Larfe IMeat S AFE
1I i'. TAL'.-', (e.tr Lg,, with I Drawer
LI iWlFkIr.l;i I ''!
I :mei.*:mi C' mH) N"; N'STOVE, No. 6
rI C'I EN TIJ''ENI1 L, &e., ec., &c.


Sacred Concert.

ITnd:.r the Patronnge of Elii Worship
THE .lWY 01?,
And the I ECTOR of the Pazish.

.0 IT 0 -
will b-- given
Zu tho '0Town 'all,
St. Gor 's, ini thi.. EVENINGS of

Thursday, Monday, and
Thursday v,
the 21st, 2.5th. and 2--th of Septem-
ber, S'12.
Th.- Proi..eeds if the Conceit. will be applied
to the Cormpletion of the New 'Parish Church.

PROCU/ti.1/SME:-
I.-TE DEUM IN F ..... Attwood.

II.-SAMUEL.--A Scred Cantata in Two
Acts, by John Lloyd, Junior,
CHUARAT ERS.
Samuel ........*....... ... Witch of Endor,
"ul ............. ......... .Myra,
Miriam .............. ..... Tirza,
David ..................... Adonijah.
Goliah.
Elders, Minstrels, P'rophets, &e.

III.-REJOICE, THE LORD IS KING,
Taylor.

IV.-NUNC IMIrTIS.,... Attwood.

CONDUCTOR......... V. T. R(OERTS, Esq.
ORGANIST. ..........S. S. ToDDoIsa, Esq.

DOOR'i Open at 7 o'clock-; Concert to begin
at S.

TICKETS of Admisiion may be obtained at
the Medical Hall, St. George's.
ADMISSION-Reserved Seats, ".. Gallery, ,/.
S,:ason Tickets, 4-'6.

For Children full piice will be charge-d.


Notice.

rpHE Subscriber has received per last Ori-
-. noeo," from New York, the following




Which he offers by retail at lowest possible
cash p-ices, viz.:
'"auev BISCUITS Butter CRACKERS
SHOULDERS BACON Pilot BREAD
BUTTER BEEF PORK COFFEE
CHEESE. TEA, &c.
J. S. B. COX,
opposite Medical Hall,.
Hamilton, September 19th, I .S2..-2


N otice.

MA. *4-M1SN)N,
HAVING obtained MORE HELP in Mil-
linery and Dre.'s-making, all Orders
lett at her Eitablishment will have Careful
Attention.
CHILDREN'S CLOTHES made up at
S hort Notic'.
Hauiilton, September 19th, IR'42.-3ins


Early Rose POTATOES,
l'romi Halifax, N.S.

THE Undersigned expect. their usual Raoply
of E..ARi R LOSE POTAI'OES by return
of the R,. ,I. Alpha," due here .', 2Sth
instant.
TROTT & COX,
THamilton, Bermuda., )
19 rth Sept., lrE- .j

l !tt'.e I 4-' Cuoist tu'ir, e ciA.


SAL.O,, Portland Cement.

Horse, C arri- _
hi(1 -I TT 225 pl3BLS. No. 1 GILLINOHAM Port
ae and Harness, 2 land CEMENT, ex Ziba,'
-.:' eg ..cuu.. Lr~ l~~I .-.L,-. v ~ ,I....;.. .A ,


1i' o-nuI0 tjii now
Cl l\ giving 7 qlt'l 1 s, in full milk, ale very low if take
ve e i S.l} L.
S l' ..l, 1' o t'a above, two yeurs old, Sept. 1S, IS2.-o3ini pd.
,eiC. I.F DL "_ "! ____ .,
-.-lIDL & B R11.U-TAt-


'ihe L b,,ve b..io tile Pi. t P,' 'Y of ll .
(late S'urg. JMaj. IR1 VIA E,

Anld i13n0dumedtately aftlr,

IV 1 ') t ialn.: ;I.AY
5110 *'C.)vN U I'-
., IIotlle.s Rl-ed and While ONIHN StEED.
this need Ins beei, planted, coi utip awid
ih-ukieg well
A Lo'. ln PoTS, SI'Al, aiI..', RLAKi>',
'TU.1LE t;--, 1lcnk IIAT.-', lU;.A!.IS,
Li lis- of i'f \%\'W
50 Doz, Tl'U.\IBLI't.S
A.l imanisi oithr GOODDS that will appear sil
lihe ti a -
1 V, i'. WVA LKLR 4. C(O.,
Auctioneer.
Hamilton S,:)teiuber 19th, 1P:32.


For Sale0


I _1 iV


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"c ,* .' ,S. O .


P1'l 1.0 Os. 0d.


U


Apply .a. 'oyal GazeLte" Office.
Septr. lbth, 18e-.


SalLUrging and for
en from the Wharf.
q. Mi,,ST'ElS.


\V A N T D ,


A Goo, COOK.

ALSO,
A Housoe and Parloui-" 1l I 1).
A= well rcrjinLiuInded. Must be smart,
and one who unuierstands the work.
Apply at the '" Royal Gazette" Office.
September 19, 1&-'2.-t. f.

FOR SALE.

A Useful, Roomy, Varnished two wheeled
Irish C RT-in good repair.

ALSO,
5 ~ A Bay'


Quiet in the Saddle and Harness.

For further particulars apply to
CAPT. SELBY1 SMITH,
Tha jlyal Irish Rifies,
Prospect.
Between II and i.
Sept. 19, 188.


Notice.


AMR. REQINALD GRAY,
Ha REI'UTL NED to Bermuda,
Office hours 10 to 2 aurl to 5.
Hamnilton, 1th .Sept., 1s82.--1

Marshal's Sale.

TO BE SOLD,

By Public Auction,
Upon the Premises of WILLIS AIMB ROSE
SWAN,
At 12 o'clock,

On WEDNESDAY,
The 4th Day of Octob'-r, 1:S2,
Under rnd by Virtue of a Writ of Execution
issued from the Court of Genetal Assize at
rult of JOHN HENRY TiouA.s JAC'KSON vet-
sus thie a:..1 "WILLIS AMBROSE SWAN,
The following Personal Effects, Vidt.:
10 ANE Stat CHAIRS,
L A R'Rcking CHAIRS,
I Small TABLE, I Kproenue STOVE,
1 Dining TABLE, 4 Wooden CHAIRS,
2 Iron POTS, I Tea KETTLE,
2 SAW'S, S Lace CURTAINS,
1 Kerosene LAMP, I BEDSTEAD,
I BUREAU, I WASHSTAND,
I BASIN and EWER, 1 Frying PAN,
I WHEELBARROW, I CHISEL,
1 ADZE.
J. H. TROTT,
P.y.o.
September 18, 18?2.




Bermlnuda Hunt Club.

A MIEEjTING of the members will be held
in the TOWN HALL, Hamilton, at 3'0
p.m., on

FRIDAY, Septr. 22nd,
to fix a date for the

Annual Race Meet-
ing.
Members are requested to attend.
W. C. HUSSEY, Lt. R.E., A.D.C.,
Hun. Ste. DB.H.C.


Portland Cement.

A few C(:nks (4 Bushs. ea.) of the
above, lor Sale by
J. H. TRIMINGII.M & SONS.
Hamilton, 16th Septwamb-r, 1582.


O OION SEED.

T IE UNIlEiSIGNEf) has received advices
ol'Shinment of )NI')N S1IlI-'"D from L,,n.
don p r S. 8.. '' Denmark" of the Nttional
Line, oa1 tlt0 21sit Auapst; will be ready for deli-
very soon after Acrival of' oit Orinoco."
NATHANIEL VESEY.
Devonshire, Sept. L-2, 1.82.-2

ir;!t.!Ul0 1, Alia
BOM"-",,' ISLNDS
By ii Excellrne It.ieut.- Gehntal T.
L. J. G 1L L IV E Y, Il. E.,
G.,vernor, Commander-in Chief,
Vice Admiral and Ordinari, it
and ftver these Islands, '*c., 4-c.,

-r F :! f' E : A J."tp.N M11PRTN has
p.l-i, d f'.r .'.J ini-riration on the
i:i ste- of r .(!S Ri',\OVWN, lato of .-andys
l:. ri'ihh i:; ;heos Islands, dece-xi-d.
Thii :s itherefilre to gie untice, that if any
Per-oii or t'ciin1s cain ehew any just Oause why
the said dnsiiiisrrtiaon s-oulc not, be granted
into oie sail JO(IN ,1M V ITIN, he, she, or they,
aret C 'i e iii, hier, ror their caveat in wriliug,
in ihe ,t. ecret:rcy's Oftie.- of these Islands within
Fifteen aiy4 Itro1m th6e puilicatitlin thereof, other-,
iisie Ilhe. sid Ai iainietraiiuin will be granted .a-
rordiunly
CAVENDISH BOYLE,
Colonial Secrctrgy.
,itw*. ,1 ithe Secretary's (O)lce,
tli 1 '-lhi dav .f .e,., IS"2.

LI.T OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE
POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, leth Sept, 1 82.
Joao Silveira de Amaral, Geo Aiden, H F Burcb,
Willam G Blake. T B Beau, George Kyfen, Barque
"Belluvue,"' Samue Burch'al, Antonio Jose de Fre-
itos, Manuel Janlote Marhad.o-Sehe Goldena
C.ly," Gabriele Caahbotto Bare, Capt Anthouy
Fr-ates-Schr "Golden City," John Piauo Games-
Sher Golden City," C C Motrison-Schr "Golden
Ci;y,' .salvatore Churau-Barque "Templar,' Fi-
ago Lopez Cameia, Haudy & Crouise, Johu Peix-
eira-" Golden City, Antonio Jose de Freitoa, D
Martin-Schr "Mary L Duun," Caeltano Domiugo,
Olat Alexandersea-Ship "Dux," D Duuglas. S
Doe, Thomas Darrell, Eaima Darrell, C Amos, Jose
de Funtez, William Gibaon, Julia E Griffin, Emma
Heur)son, Alex Haff, Richard J P James, Jamews
Fol-er, .ehr Emma Jaue," Joseph Perry,--* Eam-
Uma Jane," A Jones, Isabella R Maine. RooseMoe,
Francisco Silveira do Mattos., B Muson., Juliu Mc-
Alway, H Marks & Co, T W Nugent, Thotas Nu.
gent, Marcellino Vinere Nunes, Adora OaLerbridge.
R O'Leary, Sarah J Pitts, Wm Robinson, Capt
.Smith-" CarTie Puringtua," Beiuj W Smith, Jo.
nathan L Smith, Saml James Smith, A S Smith, I
Smith, Captain Campling-Barque St Olaves,
Franliila dos augu, du Silveira, Caetanode S Ula, H
Stiwe, Bells Smith, Eliza iimwous, Samui Ta)-.
lor, Samwi Jai Virginu. Ifenrietta Wilsou, Jacs
Tuwuseod, J Liggett, Ddamn, J IolWrt,j C Barrttr,
Janed Senhouseo, E B Simmons.

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS N TIHE
POST OFFICE, ST. GEORGE, 1th Sepir., 188',2
A S Burchall, Matildes doe Carmo Dia?, (Cooper'u
Island), Schr "' Emma Jane," Luisi I'radi, Schr
"Goulden City," Barque Gay Head," A MeKau.
ny, William Nealsona imi.h, Mrs 'iTokinsou, Mrs
Lydia Tucker, &chr "'.'i;ta Martiu," Agtus
Wil.ou. -


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. The Liverpool V London
61.0 G O'A IASIt-
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DR PARK J3. TUC'KER, )1 D.,
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Jun- 1. -4 .

'-ur., S.tone Lime.

Fo'r ale.
A Qain.ity of 1;'o:, above w\.rr'T t-
.1 1lar ii StIo:ne, i-:.r al t pt C. OML;:s'
FARM, 'outhataptonii, Wst.
Arrautemenls intay be made to:r di.li vi'y it
the Kiln or ;it lny part C.of the I- inud on atppli-
2.2tiou to
T. W. PE WTIHERE P.
Sei.it-a eEr .', I:?.-- '.ms

Commiieation by Tele-
lo iie.

F-i ELEPHONiE-' ,..n t.h, ine-tsaiy Matari.,I
.A ,,f tl-.e ,na-t atl ir, .Vtl d,_seiiption l ,r
providlio z Ccoil Intit i .,'atin ie to II(w suppli[.ed
S 1 L'mi LIi (.i't C- -i, ,V.lt ,] T j _, ,
C.uia ii, .,i i..t,: H- tintla-, 2i i -itnlt.-h ,e C'tl- a m.u .;taiy
(Limitell iNo. L IiulbI.d Strt-et, Loundol,,
EuilanI.
I,.. a:t- tes ind a iny turthir p-trtitilfir- -,.!
flti1lic'-ti'vn ii ab,,b'V-.
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SPAIN'T. -IHELVLTIA, iHOLLAND,
1. iT. THi.: ;>:iEEL: DENMA.RK'
"F.NGLAND, ITALY. ,'AN Ar_, :
ERIN, FRAN, E, CREECE.
'' he F -EA 1MSTI P ,: of thi. lin.- ,colup ri:.,-
TiWEXLI trE i-i- ^t ;i. bi I.:.iii

in l'e pi-rt .of Ni.v Y,_,r1:. 'le, v ,i .- ,uilt trt-
ti!,-ivy ,t ir,-,n : ., :.t .e l, ex>":.pt ti u ,;- ,'. ,y *' .
e-,, -, i... r-. :,r- .+i, i ,.,- i .,., w a t-'r- ti :Iit
nni. t. p- 1 i tit c [l, p l tlini nts. ain.-! pl^i l.M d
\. irh v.-, \ ,tin i-.. ,t.- i ta ; ti.! to tb.,_-i
.- tI ,.ty lt ,I' i,, t.! ,..,_,- ,',,:l : ;. 'u.. v n w- :, f
S.i.. ,- ''i -. : ..il -.t .:MV .. A. 0 :il !
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F, W. J. HURST,
Mianiger.
ie.' Vo5'i J;nl tiiLrty 27, 1 1'c2.

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u Lw aa '-ir- ,

I1ILlD'" J-vt-lity tore is Hlau.. Quatrters
- oi;' W.l'fhai \Vatlcht-s in gold or :ilver
.itles. -T


left with -ither LioHrLOTit:N or IH.avEY will
mnet. :ithi prompt cjL tntioin.

tRKeC 0 oval of Bali berin t
E:stil ih'- m 1ent
From. Queen o Frout Street, Up-
i-/tlt's O r-i' N .. 47.

( E Uniloersig.ried in thanking
hf la u .ie .ai d Hii- lIIh liitanai.s e-.errally
for' 1l, Iibe'.--I It'trat .e therv h \ve e.xle.,,ieeI
to \l-.!'d- hliu !hi oe- I v ',strict tillti.Iliin to '.-1 .
ie-- ,; his ,-, I-Vl VJ l t i'.AL SiA!i :N'T. Fi,,.:t
i e > ii -v 4. 7, t i..-rit n co-n-
k I I I DI II .
FR.ED RICK T \rMEV.
i ,,. i h, J tl e i .t"'', I -.: ..

Imported for a Society.

12 K-ri Finle I!,l.I; broadly Clothl

Frock Cort-
\\i'rerin alJ ivell-ii-t .- lai;e t i: .i ;;-L i.-lh style, o., a
i.e Iu '. a ,;ii h V .. .


12 Diia,'uoiinal Frock Coats, samet
make.
iN. a; OVe \\147e i,.i;,rpo td 1 -,, ii order, bLu
he ),ir ti.a! it rli : C" ; .', lia>t oid r now s.1 y h t
-. ix i t \ r t tar i'.Ce-a- no ll Froic k -'.'.ie s -
lihAI'ef .'r ,i id to Ciear O ( ut tiIe s,;ii'A. ai i
.'tlI':... li, i.i lti,- ai-Xt ten ai.'l : n 1.t s-uolj iy tlhatl
i' i1 they ili-- i- h ippcd,.
J. If-. (o10 ISoA I> CO...


T.e Ie '7, iSIli .

LLT thl- 1r-ie...t Nov,-Iivs in Pi:lated Ware as
ieil ite a .- u tie.-ls at Childs. Call


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U,-L N G.. ;"2 "" T .-..-,
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LEAVV!- : X; -'i,.1 K
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WISCONSIN Tucsdlay, .rpl. 5,I 1l.30 a.m.
ALASIKA :. 12, 4100 p.nm.
0 Y ii INGC 19, '3J u:t..
,U' IZO, \ 2i3, 4-2OQ i..,.
BY3-' _IN A Oct. 3, 10-00 a ii,.
S', I- OiN-.t.N "' 10, 3-30 p.m.
ALA KA "' 17, 8-00 i..i0.
til',i ..'iiv t O M. e .- icii! e\[re',slM I',-
I .- T'i m-'., hive tl i, i .,b! ulkiihead-.,a;!,i.
: -: \ I 'I .; llii- : ..-'. ild It i. ; i e- -
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OV L l..4 0 .: nt", Arh !1 IiN. : i; Ni .!, i 'i .i ,;f iilt I'ii;
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I.,. -a'r tlrdl &-, )t U 22' ..r t'/e:'Ue( a-.d Iid "t'.
-:;e:,i,-hat ', (t'.iiu;, '; Hals i'.ti.irl .-lad Pianot uro

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-,uri. .'l r ,.i S,. :. : i '!- tl.o, jit.)il t! hl
Itr. r(ra i '.-i'iictl ..li."ect to tih, Lit:e'ii O l .tu iitner
a"itiit' !lne'\L t .. .
WILLIAMS &. Gcr:us,
,Ageut.,f
.21 h.a-ln j', Nt.-.; York.
N''wi York, A g .-I. 2-, t .

Berimuda Veterinary In-


REI) S'T EET,, IIAMIIlLTON.
'T;i : ;.. I()0:. ", 1U iE L l H',! I GL)Ui', D.V. ., le-
i h-i.-eC, i!?rm ilte,,i,
E. iL:i r,,, l-:.'.l:C D.V.3., R.-,ienioce, hun.-
iltt n 'i'a ilt i,.

ill iish 't. ,eor'',, P rCle,.-silitll,'on fiue-.-
d t ,-- .iit. .' t I ,ipiurlinhi i.-.afr'.
\. ill -'i.:t i;u,.i. un l ia i tal .ii .
I'- id ,, Iluiiiton, .i a ua' a ) l&.2..


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U'4 Fro,:ii -tre:t, (;4
SArc- roadvy to take '.dorQ- for Gil
1Yhite i)ress Shi' rts
i re v i o n i' .

A L%'r. .-:surtniei of'
I 'F-7.1,' t fl?
All of lth:'. I.tfeL Jdeignis.
( i?' S: .- iiiiis o; h.ir.
Fonr rel-renc.e t.., fit :'! Iy to
J. M. McNEILL &
I !:iufil l u,;i-'.t 2:l, 1 S?2. :


a ,.',',| .. ... /' Ht '. l..", .. i, !.
HE U ll : m d !;,:.irn bi4 en ;i ppoint.d
.- I iIn E-.-itiiua'l. ,'or tih, tl.:ive Co'L-
S U T I L pa, ,l-.n-: t!' l liu.aC. oltfl..:.s in l Gieat Bii-
i j (tain :M, of 4-1 )y-arr stn,:idinr a-, prepare-.,l t,:
RESERVE F -D LIFE As- ff- ltctai.:,n iaginst FLHIE ;tt .1,hruitr
llo1101 O tf lI \V YO'il.. eiTL- AnAiiiL, l-:E.1-t- t of this Company ,ub-
'. IA i' e mitt--.1 at I -l t s it G ner I ej-,tin: in Liver-
)i,'_. li i', ; i,.-i;.r !'i :h.. n i l 1 hohlc. ..I pool! in :_ay, sh,:win D ivid-,nd th.i>n -1 clar.:-d.
,r I'v, (.i l s: l i i : I.-' .i e- t 'ic-'iei-.:t- w ith -..,tiry other ii tt ..-ru- tin ." .-t--ti.,thi the
i" i ..- : -, s-l.,:t .; rr v. rj Unde! -.i n-- will -i., plh -:.: -a t,, ow to an-

r.-Cie i 'illaa :-i ri t| e li tt. 1.I,1 .. ; r J, iJ. H. Te lil;lNGtT AE i & $ONj.)
'ti y a., t ei. ini E- ;,i,.'- i : >; -t' :- 'iar !. H a ji!ti -n. tt tul )
A ,t .;"[,s iie .if l,-,ic l lzl!. a h t i v- 'x- I-- t s .luh a i .i ^, '-Jt --
ist-,l ., t"l a ,'iiJ 3': r' 1 s -

rte Io vt h tii "',.r,: iltie ;i el' r,_ .i .I m *2- i '. ,n f TT -
": li no un" t '


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i, aI':, Lw n ,(ltlo l ,o.ili..,, .iJr oOU,:.r "l-S it i O.
'--I% l, iT 2lc'4 1ti -iI[atA .31.&reat ti i'iV .

i i e i, .. w il .e i -
S ,r I*.i -iii,,I s i ci a'""" x ..i.ti '11 ll '" i a I rr 2c1.tu-.ic ? r h .t ',, "
c-i .Xltii .r, ,, .'t V, ,ii: ,1 .t-,'t "-- i -,i i- .. I "t B- i Slii( M I'i io PCe Ufl il
.ir H;ttie.',- : I ltt't.! .u .r,, e ,' *,,,,i ^ ,,.,- -.,it ,.lry T-OM A IlA -kl;,'E Y Veill on a,:.-
I' 1--'l'r... :.>1 .-a -' t r e ., I ..r.., re',,!' Cuutnt -f his uv-:rtt pit-..,! inijtry ,be, at
l r. -, 2:.--i m l II -."-- p-ie'Ii Ct ar-tl l"r.t'Id TI
t.n ,[, L ...., ,I;.!" 'e' i' 'Le;,1aa'y 'i EDWX K D]) J. LIG ( iH. jJ.UR(.
.\i p Ci;l 't ..I .--l iti 'x .i l t i a rI t .' Il
0 .-ia e r, ic!ori;tiI tuaIT L!i. Ii ll v C h n h St rer-t, "lam ilton, 1
AiW. C. !-YLAMi, -i $t-- E th el).l
Ayni j for '. M O..DE ,S i, the above line


ONION SEED.


ONION SEED


JilfR. LOAZO PE.NISTOAJ'S low Ready.
t supply of Onion SEED ha., Just Arrived, per Red and White. Will be Sold Cheap, by
*. rinoco" and will be ready for delivery
t in 'Thursday next, the :;1st instant, by R.H. DUERDEA.
J. R. PENISTON, ; -Septembet .1, i.-S2.-3 ey. or. wk.-pd.
at the Residc-n('- of V, W. R. PENISTON, Flatts.
Auguist '9th, 12. ____ TON H V HOTEL.

SNotice. The Proprietor of the above Hotel
Shaving gone to still further alterations has
o 1 prevent any misconstrue-tion obtaining now Opened
through iy adveitis-ment in reference to Publi Billiard Room
Bills outstanding tor Goodl. had from iny A Publ Billiard Room,
CO. .Stoir, I ieem it advisable to State definitely IAnd resa-'etfrully solicits a: share of the Pablie
t that te sme ha no re-ference directly or in- patron
dir- -.lly to any ]peroni except those- owing for a cnae
Goods n -Reid Street. FI[.milton, August 14 1"S82.
I E.S R. H. DUERDEN. For Rent
; Hamilton, August 2.t. ISSt2. l t
Immediate posses-sion to an approv-


lthies
tiese \
suretd
o A I,

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LD,
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'ood
Kiln
9 d.;

ice.


part


i;-,
b"- i'
B-) ~hd


SEL F C U RAT T E S,
ADAPTED TO ALL PARTS OF THE BODY

Dr. Bryan's Electric telts,


-FOR THE CURE OF-


Chronic Nervcua Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy.-
sical Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysil,
Spinal Comlplaints, Lung Ditorders, rijnpotncy,
Liver C'otpiiiaiin. l,)spp'apin, Rheumati.sm.
I-ardncl.es, Fema le (owp! aints, Premature Doe-
eRNy, etc

NO I-iEDOICIrE IS H-JE' SSAPrY,
HIS wonderful cii'corery in the application of
Eleet'ctiity e.nab)l.-i th,' sulutT- r to give scieu-
tilec atfeticua It l.i-i oiln ce,. in l accotldan' with
Nua nle'o l.' ats. bu 'a'ls i ict-, v I -il of tbe heat
and .l.-'ii oI i -,. ti i rlve onminuu 5i'tt
cmi n:w it i .1 nli "- e -,cm.".ae i ih tli b the 'iail;zinrg
e!ltm n' utrtil c1:a, dki, :..,e i Oa o ei-oiane, and a rc-
cupeali i t>e ptoco- s e t..jli.ih id.
T'L'e ELict-o-.'MIu[gnetic C'urient, as evolved by Dr.
Lrt.at u,'i i.ieliac:e, s;rr-ginO-t-s (lh oQirvous system
give' fo-tle t tithe he rlia iu.l ,i"e tnhive Il'lciMliOn, le-
ste re l ,-t ..."c i p.etirelt povr l !body or rAind,
Sit-! 'ii Ci itia u. li ':.1:u; ,'i .l or f ttiiii!'diIi atoe i.-knes.,
o(r ohJ Ole?-.
liiuitri;.,d Pamr..lets, ,giving al 1 iricular', iut
on appli.-a'-iot. Ordies rIeceved through any re-
spotiil.i, j-.,tinistiea h'oue aol iM ordering i 'st:.d
measure ound (Le w.,ist and lmate ILb o, ture u( be
cl,.mi(i!ai nt, ani a s ui'ble .:;-, i -anc1i e will be i.ti! to
order. Address:
ELECI [.TC APPLIANCE CO.,
1 l E. 'TH -'1. Nr'c -'.,, K, '. \,

TIME IS .MONEY.
(1HILD cari supply 'uv with a rei!ible- Clock,
-' ti-r i -,. t:. i). A l WAxirant.tLd.

ItliIEL'S C tOIOF t', t..lfU-
M MY
it !\1 ,ii.L' ;S ''O i'.T ViN t'GA', a pita.,nt
4. 1 ilti l it ;t I fe.-lil!t .; ..dij aaCI tee I i 'h ',i ,l 'i i d
r 'i w eir;i et li t .itI I ia '.- i li-fla ie
MPJ.'1iLL'-3 C .LIBR I C LAVENDER
WVA iCi[.
RI I.lL'.4L': TrFBLE DI4TiLLt'D E.\l IDE
COL.,";AN.
hit ,i .CL' 'lUCci II'IPRrVD -E L.i-LUtIDA
W'AlI U.,
(l.. iP l ia .)Cl.' a- LU _' l ; a,. h ,_lvi r Ira.
grai.t -'eriIuii-t..
lI! U[.'.- i.'E .JOlICE .inJ fL\'-'E.tNE.
gi, a i.- h i i -.i l ,lt!n d i pIll|)j:l i tin
ag ri,---li ,* :t l ar(hit-.' 1i0 ihIa taie!.
agm\ Ireeve, W theaHO.h
Ri',i : ML' Z EPU !.: \\'- i'!'. !;L\' i'il
SO V.- 'iLt i, h!liO \VN \% |NIj`t.tIS, ti ALIl..>;L, LE'lfU'M:, i o '!.''n, aJ the
''oiihe i ,:u i lll [. 111 1 iit: -'r alto> .
i.,'iFL's VI_ LVIIN,\C, ViuLEil', RICt,
i.f: iL-LrEA' indl uib.-or TtiI.E l'i 't' DEILS, ra
a its b.iha l-Is t,i l jalat:is..
l I .liEL'S tUit.l.D'-N M'INF, clenur; hilteIris
B;d I'r- rv-er.. -te r-iea, r e"lteli rhe iWmiolili, Band
seeili h i Ie Ireath.
IVi.W -il- .L': E Ai;-,. UAT iC OZONIZFtV, ,i Na-
tial Air ltar;il :r, .i l'iWiiN&n, i'o li .r u" iiicli diftluiis
til he I i t.J i i n -J i 'r -.-iiaa i-,. !.iiajisa ii" tit. n eo
and Eiaolypimf I-oiMa --.
C. 2 1 A A I., .M Wo., R, I ll .Illl ni h) l. ti
!. Pri evrrt o Wl' t'Iehs, :;. .P Irai,.J, LuhadeI uni i 17
blea var det a le hil-I.',- l, t ali.,
May 249, I"?,.


Co( mplete Man tatres for A cc
Bo.11) 2 ,td(t D 0v ,e
Bo'muda. \ Dw

GEORGE B. FORRESTER having anlyzed With bAabout.6acre
G several qualities of Bermuda Soil, is pre- IIplr at on'a
pared to furnish a COMPLETE MANURE, I". S.
suitable to the several crops grown in these
Islands. June 27th, l8-2.-tf
Potato,
Tomato, N


(J lenailt,
)MFORTABLE

dlhngllouse
* of Laud near Wolsi ngliam

O. PEA IS TOj
Jackville, Hamilton Panish.


NOTICE.


ProI ntv!lul a n'inaiflt PA4ki'3

-' ri i'- obtia ie'] >iiLt th!e.
A i'/_':.:'!_' / y .-; )..A :c' C, P- A
oi/ L :.'d!ona

-I Ue i' .g- it I-:stabli6hled and Wea

Thr ii in-ia I.0iar I. in1
ir)cis ;n - re c a rita n n
Tilr'tirgh i1/C 14 N4:'iH OF'FICK ill
TAi.,I'l, a '_"alving is eaf,'ea-d to tlhe In
of 1ihe _:_-'Y ( p ;1p u ,i. a ,'iy ro; '. b]. it<
N ..- i;s .:t i i <:ll ';i .\ i aid P i'ta
i '.': '- V .' -r i ..r 1 m ths.l .
i'.- .! no C [. E Ior P'olic
N A. i.UTTE RFIE
Ayfent
II-a-ilii.n, ~lt:Jemlera 91h, 1I5- 0.

Lime! Lime!! Lime

1 IME burnt, with Cedar W
S.nd C al t canii e puireha-e',.I at the
,i fliis 'T'oi nt froiit one busithel ti 25 a:
.i'.,- :Il a.J," !". ;:! I l
< '1 .1l plic'.Utio;) it "* ;i,,,:;.i 1. 'tIzlte" Oti
iatnilton' iMay 15tt, P il .
fE7L Arr.iigr me.! s for delivery to any
.'I! ie 1t -laUid c;l1i li-.- i n. m .'.


For Sale,
At "Royal Gazette" Statiunery Store,
Hendrie's Petroleum Patent Soaps.

RECEIVED
At Royal Gazette' Statiouery
Store,
From London via New
York,
pRAYER BOo)KS tlynrin BOOKS
L Collier's ard little *Arthur's history of
ENGLA\ND
iMordanu's GUM
Mitchell', an.] 'ihli,' PFENS
MIe PENCIL- Vii'Uli. ,STLING-', &e.
Hamilton, July 18th, 188S2.

Coffee drinkers shb:uld read th-e aivertisement in
nuot -r I,.-l n hei ded r.,. .l ('..,If,.


C2DLEM3ISATIh OINTT EPNi
CALLED

is (ounldently recomrennded to the I public as
an unfailing remedy for v'ounls of every des-
etiption ; a certain remedy for ulcerated'i ler-
burus, se.al.ls, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic
-ruptions, and pimplt-s on the face, sore and
inflamed eyes, sore hea.d-, sore breasts, piles.
It also entirely removes the toul smell arising
from .'ancer.
Sold in pots, 13.d.. 2s. 9d., Is. 6d., Us.
and 2'2s. each ; and his
P LUI-.E INTI-SCIOOPHIIUL.E OH,
f AL'T'z-E'rTIVE rtLLS.
Proved by mlore than sixty years' experience
to be one uid the best edieii,-es for purifying
the blood ;mid 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.
.$old in Boxos at 13.d.., 2 .s 4d., .5s. Ud., les.
and 22s. each.
Prepared only by BEAC.- & -BARNICOTT
Bridport, Do-rset, IC.uglhnd, und sold by all
Medicine TVendors.
L IIJ'.~JC'.-.C S E PTe'r. P B M i732..


`5 F e ide. R MARKS.
-
S- ,.
5. i-i-i --t -i^ -
19 54 5 50 7 1 6
20 We 5 54 5 4.8 8 1 51 Ember Daya20,22,
21 I'h 5 55 5 47 9 2 42 St. Matthew [23
-2 Fri5 56 5 46 10 3 30
i'3 Sat-. 5 5 44 11 4 18
24 & 5 57 5 4.3 1-2 5 6 16th aftlwrhnity
25 '. !1.5 58 5 4. 13 1 b 64
First Quarter Moon, 2) day, 9 hour, 8 minutes .m.

'!it IEB"A.iU-0A M'TAL GA-EATEl'S Piub"lSttd
ever TUes-'ay, hv D)ONA V O M 'Pi-.ss LK,
pri,.ter to ih, Quecti'a 'aIost Excellent,
Aiaje T HIS OF I ,
North-west Corner of' Reid :andi Burnaby tItets'

Wlertn E lants, Hand--bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.--Agents
St. Georgce' for the liaul Gazelle, Messr!.
GEORGE BoYL rt. So4, West End, Vater
street.


Onion,
Beet. Ui,n For Sale or Hire.
trial isStrawberry,e., &C. A Superior Horse Donkey perfect-
trial is solic-itedl. 1IHarmless antiQuiet.
Full directions will be I iven to each buyer. ly Hatless and Qet.
Prices lurnishEd and orders take.-n y W\ ith a new style
HENRY A. SMITH Carriao-e and Harness.
or. GEO. B. FORRESTER, E: The smic would suit a Ladt or Invalid.
Mantifaeturer., Iu6 Front Street, .
New York. Terms Moderate.
Hamilton, August l5th, 1-8'2.-3 w. Please al.,ply to
HENRY T. DYER.
Hamilton, September 5, 1!.-',

Horses, Carriages a-nd For Rent,
Carts for Hire. f A COTT AGE
The LUnderuign.ed having a fit out in the above In the TA:,vn of Iamilton.
Line-C'arriaes Coumfortablc, It. tes Quiet and Possession given I th of August.
Drri,'--istatdv, rs|peciftl soli.:.its a Sh.ire of' AlTly to
t.ue 'tullie i ar..,org. ]]E. MOTYER.
J. HN S. IMONS0 Hamiltou, July 24. 1-82.
Near I1i I11ttoly, i'Pret. I ------


July 24, 1882.-6 m

For Sale,

J A House and Lot,
In the Town of Hamilton,
FOR SALE.
For Pa: ic-ulars ple.e apljil to
R. D. DARRELL, EsQ.
hlin,lilton, No r. 18 1-.

9OO DCI03FFEE.
Everybody wants it, but very few get it.
because most people do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spuil.i- in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these difficul-
ties has be-n our study Thurber's pack-
a f.-'- ,-,ffes are -.t.lecttd by an expert who
nn..1. stand the irt f lenl-.udilg various
fl-nv, .rs. Th,.y aire r,'i:--,Itil in the most
p t'r-t m:auuer (it is iiuipossible to roast
it-ll 1in wall ..quantitii-.:), tihen put in
pounild pa-kaigesr ('o 1, .',a li.an., ta gryic'aol,)
1.ii ain otir -siignaturei- as a guarantee oaf
gi..uinieue-,ss, and eac-h lpackagecontainsthe
Thui bl rec'ipi, for mnakin g good (off e. W1e
pra. k two kinds, Thurber's -" No. 3-l1," strong
andl pungent : 'Thurb:- r's No. I4,"' mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the thiee great points,
iiOi'." ,ijt.lihi, l] /n,.: i 't qu ttit/t r'.:,, ,,. ,l
I'rii .. A i i; f,.{ I ;ll if.',,' ./,r T' ',ir, t ',a"
t',iiti "Il f' in plutt,'l j rt.'/:i.e..s, "' .V 34"
o'r N-.. 41." Don i.t be put off with atly
other kind:-your .'.vu palate will tell yout
what is best.
Where persons .: -irs.l it, we also furnish
th,.- I" Il" C'otfe--pot. the simplest, best
anZ d chp.-..,est .offiec- 'l.t in existenc-ve.
Grci,..ert who .vll our C -.tica keep them
Ask for d,_scriptive circular.
I-esp.-ct I ttlly, &c.,
FT. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importer-', Whole-s!a:. Grocers and ('otftto
Iioasters, New York.
P.S.-- s the largest dealer; in foo:.- pro-
ducts in the world. w,- consider it, our in-
tetret to manuttfacture only pure amil
wholoonome goods anId pack them in a tidy
anld satisfactory iatm r. All goods
bearing our nam,:, ,are guaranteed to be
of .superior quality, pitt.. it ul i'd e.s and dealers are authorized to refund the
purcha-..e price in any case where cutstom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
theretoret t,-j the l ittleest oof both dealers
and consumers to use Thlurhcrs' brands.
g
SHE assortment otf Silver Jewelry, consisting
-L of Brooches andl Eur Rin-'i. Bracelets,
English and Cooley singles. Lockets, Nick-
-Is, Studts, ,lt-ve Buttonits, andi Vest. Chains
&c., at Child's. Was never mote comiplAte.

For Sale,
or. A BROWN


Sold for no fault, only too Lmall for the
Owner's use. Will exchange for a larger
Horse.
Term? made known on application to
JOHN BARRITT.
Tamilton June 1?, IM','2.
PIANOS and Organs sold on the Instalment
Plan at E. T. Child's.




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