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
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00093
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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BERMUDA COMMeRCTAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


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HER gM 11 > A. TORTURE OF PRISONERS BY A.cAbL 6* Se C o ce t
-- eASs^A1.1 Notice. Sac0re Coucert.
Proceeding of tIhe Honorable Legislative Amon. the charges that have been bruglt,
T iCouncil, against Arabi is that of having tortured the Cir- LTHE Subscriber has received per last OHi- Under the Patronage of His Worsluip
Tuesla, 19th Septemiier, 1882. --Pursuant to 1- caiaan prisoners. The following )artieulars are l neo," from New York, the following
journment the House net. given by the "ITimes :--Otm-i Pa.L'haRifki i. a o THE J1l 1'YOR,
Pren-vi.-iis [Honor Josi-ib Rees, Chief Justic, .' Cir.asiiu ot exceptionall high cAh.iract-r among f And the RECTOR of the Parimh.
President; hiL class, nat N. much for taleLt an for burnout. i And the RECTOR ot the Pari-h.
The Honorable Eugenius Harvey, \lein Riaz formed Li-, Miuitry Riaz,- who -x--
Joseph H. Harvey, knew the corruption that exited in the army. au. : -- A S 0 N C 7 3 T
.Jakki.s r tck-r, ner.Glen., who., main ide:. w as rei- rc-hnemet-cho.se Oamn.u Which h,_. offers by r tail at lowest possible 'will be given
(.S. Tu'eler, for Minit':'tr it Varf a. one 'of the few men of irui- ca'h plire viz. e gen
S Citve*ndish o eylt, Gel. Secty. lar position whoini he e,'uld trust to over1aul the Fancy BISCUITS Butter CRACKERS Il the Town- Hall,
The Bill en: i'l]o "An Act to provide i i ci the offi:eia. AUJ th:,ke whm (i-B ACKERS
marking of all tackAs of eye ile Produ. t man caught uapping were Abdelal, to the exteh of SHOULDERS BACON Pilot BREAD St. Georgs, in the EVENINGS
be r hipped frnn thllp Islar1,s." v An reurnpld fn., 2'EtldAlyBeyF-hmy,;,u-. charged t.rm tt BUTTER BEEF PORK COFFEE M 1
the Houlrof.Atemlly-Hb a ':a,: ,onc',nrr, neversup l tthe ,-red -"". iuall'.a' i.- CHLELESE TEA, &:. .ll 1 "I V, M O1day ".11
in the r,,oncil's ,ri ...im ,n ,hr. ,to. I l.:. !.,, e ;e:.uit., and thii little in, id'Ii l,.t : pro- I ,
The Bill, as an.,endel, was Iben read Ihe tbiri bally quite a- m auh todo with the present E. rvt- J. B. COX, i r1 tlrsdIy,
time and passed, and ordered to he laid before his 'in quf.slion a th lt rtnded deseut of AraIbi opposite Medical Hall. the 21st, 25th. and 28t' of Settem.
Excellency th, Governor b the ono, le Crec.- from the Lrh. mu ifl:i seaks Ab,,' ion, Se ber 1 2.-2 r
di.h Botlh. but, to cuard agaiuA-' anu unintentiounal ni-rtpr'- t
Thelellowr Bllt and t1 s rs, w re t I rati'n. I tlh.iughtt it well t,, take with rme a:u it- The Proceed.s of the Concert will be applied
p from th up from th. [-l_-.C of .- y a l rea rl i. 'iihua, anu aAtibi .l ,ti ilieer ia I.',:!i Ai .L L. ..
A Bill elntitled 11 An Act to coutinute the Act i.r l ir, l d 'vol teer.- hon t as 1 c ut d t n ei,' a PRO JIN FA.ME':-'
lie R e ulation of the Post O lli.:e l n, l nd s i n tern thc t a hi 31 .l f U \ 1 b g in o., the I.- T E D EU M IN F ...... A tt tood .
A Resolve prviing a sum fr rp.i-ing the i qiel with Ara Heid "Nout al!. i' ht l .; r. wll C SED ------------ -
i jl s !u a r i e l w t h w r I t It k r t i. t H i.-i dE S Nt iu TIw ol
1u nriture of th:. Grerooen t H ,,.-e b 'enies :I. .- wa a private so'ldieer unJer tay. n ouumaid._a\.j aO I A r \Y.-: in ..tdr t ,ake .,,1e II.-SAMUEL.-A Sacred Cantata in Two
tL ColonA> ive g, hi ail nit ngrart s un to coio'nel. WVIhcn- I alteratins, k-lt ecc ii, N.'.V *,T(CK. I Acts, by John Lloyd. Junior,
iwA rcidn!ooy uhantlci : thehg rr'ion at A Uta atL dria kial ii,, a- l e t. JN .ERS L ,
A herel Ie l :-ant I M :lr.P tI !:'Il i Lakii roa-I ;,) ,"nr ;h lha to ro be, h eJ. a-Nl le ,ent : i I "" o
.oadl bdtr-- ..oni eaulie pcatic Samuel. ............ Witch of Endor,
kad from il,-[lP,:ile c Road Ii-..' r ,e rci f .ncI tI a hou,:. Ie is!'mail'tine h began l,,'dii x '
Wil'iam Oreor-u' Fri'h an] .-trs. e[tings, and he was comndemnod by the Coun-i i- .tadI.......................W Myra,
Th. Resolve for providing no additional fur fL [ \tWar to degradati, and lefat, the army for three 1ailain ................... Tirza,
costs of reneu ihg and riggiag the spail at tt ,,- years. When Kassin P slawasPMlinisterof Warho e eW O1rk Colleo- of David ................... ...Adonijah.
Mount Larnton Signal Station. wae read the pseco. tool him back, on condition that b,:.uld not recite Goliah,
time. ,uo, her lvanni, ent. Whie, .onder R iJ, I Dentistry. Elders, Minstrels. Prophets, &c.
Ib h' o Hoc,-e r-uti' to Corn -.hite,. the:Oit. ,ine imiuiter -..f WXar I had to :eport Abdei:d ,FLL.]
The Hon J. '. Harvey in the Chair Aly Fehsy -,, 1p TbComao: nerexamine his accounts.'" Tih P.i-h:tten -. ? f, III.-REJOICE, THE LORD IS KING, *
T:_, : Hl, ro.-in.', entered iuto the history of the et utM whi..ih led up Taylor.
Th. ChiIrc. n tIp*I.-el the R(:solve wus,..ut' t3 thee pisodle f the 'thi S!,tObir. He s:i:--l i -
".'rmV .., ao "Fin din. that.n i wasbeiug spied iupo: u,Lidlhiw.1 ,i J)I-Ni 1,-O1.-1 I NI.
th. ?ili aidop::. the Report, and the :u!ni' r',, l.,ati, I asked His H-1ighe.-ijt. l.ave to re..ti t.i ,nv IV.-NUNC IIMiTIS ..... Afttwood.
to .- ..- 1.i ,ji bi,.. l B sllls a l tri.'-oluti oi ii. i e t-. d iir l fr v u ionr o a.t. t. nd i re I ivd fur ste o -, 1:. ri-. r hi
a-.., Ir Iain,, hern sini-end 1., ihe [e-olv- IT .r ,.rdly ny ,,n. I theln m,- down t.I, ('.ir t r i s ,r I Piruins' tit vwinIr ti he CONDUCTOR .........W. T. ROBERTS, Esq.
i.t" ,-., i te ibhi ie rana li sLed, and ordt-i .*- .-, it, and pls.S thie, Jay,, intk -niia- to t:- '-i'y 0,i;I r"a','it n -r tliro t ttin l hLIh profet. ORGANIST.......... S. ToLEINUS, Esq.
ie a- HIa. Ii tilre iE1 xe,-I-..:c5. tiI,- Ou I ,.,r., t u. Tic --si -un li 1 r,-,.tir.-el a LI.... b.l Mioi, n.7i i e, I li _,t.y i'i New o ik or a -
lTe -oi,,. ..ll,.,1 l irioish Boyk. iMa,,,un i i.ay, nakiu m to el.l noa him to ie' lo,0 1 orid l..0 lie :,ieip.ed, will return by DOORS Open at 7 o'clock ; Concert to begin S
'i,o b ill n ht-lId A ri Act tu piiridefor th i, t l,- ,i'D cvitadib i'nfl',n' action whi.h hi whinled. I ',eot I' brr.[f -i ,, io iit h hii.ii ail i i it 13ailFtt, .
ch.arg, o:' the duties of the M1 yors of Towns dul- once nelt n mly marriage, an d on I lmy 11 -r al eU irx 't.-,l rlh i. h li t .t 'i
iing ;.e "r i, .try i ns e:nce l :-,nl these [Il]n,.j, arrested. I w:,. kept in a room : .,1, all,,v.'-, I p lio ir' 1-4 lI i I ...ay be, obtainedt, e -
nritd for other iurpue-'," sW,.. re .i i'l,, ec-al Liia,.. ,have my own i'0-.l br.uLght tour I, .v i i I in ".,u neri., TICKET' of Admission mayotI be obtained ati
The Hour" --cnt3 i in o (,.,'n.,. ....h l other ;on. ,,o A .n .thetr u id br ing i uhr e,., .,i., T he H ou. E Hia r ivey iN ., .- -,.A. ;. t i--. Ane, t h ul. i r n.i,, n ;buci l ie A D M IS S IO N R served S eats, 2 .. G gallery 1'.
'Tbe-r -nsuMii'u:e rose. .jeer. I -was told that 1 hi:a-l been c ,niii in t .' Season Tickets, 4,G.
The House Rsuan.d. .ake the lit.-of Arabi, and to restor- Lm-,il P. I... Notice.
The Chairm'-i renorteil the_ Eill without '.mend- I wa. told that I had ib.t7n eeu in Caiiu t Jkii,: ,. PFor Children full pi ie will be char-ged. J
m'n-l p- Pvdle whetn I x. at p lp.tV I dt.ri.d ir :,i, a-- -........-- ..------_. __
'ite Ho.u-'e ,dcpte .il .h Reprt, . te no-. It, .ap lo h Ar.li had i -1 S ., .... ii.,-riilataS m ini ah iTT/ T 0 ON- l
-The Bill enil, e r, l ,IS, meui ib, L.I :li.,i.,,1-,d 1.... i ly e (. as,ai.i from tl.- 1- tL-, i! .i.' in I' c,' business all I,. '-. IN- L I N. SAE
Li.c-nse Act. 1,-'. ," wias ;e.. i .'- c-ui i.. i ;,:t... T'iu,1 i h tfcni'l ed Ua i,. iL en, for e i ,- i- .l i 1i:i to them are rys~Iectfilly reiqiestl ed
ri."T- ''!ris, 'Qo Iir,'l,. d dan, .,u,] :,i.p.,i,.ted to it t i,,,:.,ii,iu ti...,- to settle th-ir Accoiants by he 30ruH I STAT" ; !i. t O 'N ZO P E. VISJ TOA'S i
Thei l-,.. J. Tu'l.h r in the C.ciair. ..i tn ,,.et.. lU then coutu-t-,it.ld ,I ilih ,ir.]-i, i all b I.I .S not satkfi. ,l i', rrati r,! i.y that '
iu mud ...i-p.i Sulpply of Onion ,.'EED has Just Arried pei
O n motion ite *,',i .. : 0-c to thL- is ir, ,, audl kept in i l i. .t -:,ld the t pla i l. tr of Onion ilSEED has J st Arrivd, p r
'th Hous.. i .un Mree. ri m"i, . iuy suti'e i ,till to g u ani ,in r >e in ti on i I 'ii u- d wiuil b :e r.a,-ly for dclivverv
The Ctairi. ,; ei t1-I 1e i-,. it Ln-' oa b ii l i rai dy th.t-. Th.y did .,ut -ae bt ti. hI t,,v- a-,.. ,l out respect to o n Thurlay n the lt instant, by
lIarf to sit again. to inc...- iL,,,, ,n-t tour o ttl, i,.:I a. eatingg N T OU i !IVRBRI 1) ) l"rintl
The Hi-u. J. [-1. Hi irt- pre en:pd a p i. ... p. fro.i t.. pt iti )n t ..r tis. At.Xa-.i. fo3.-.' ttius i- Own i I J. R PENISTON, t
John Swan, a Branch Pilot, praying to l be remu- tury, arrested tiw.m. Th,,ry % c,. a-..-used .:.f pIl t- at athti le ,i2-n:e of W. R. PENISTO., Flatts.
nerat-d for inconvei'nience sustained by him by be. ting agaiu.t bi. life, and a-iy person with whom R M RCE, At .-t -th, ,-.2.
ing carried to sea in a ship from ,in inlectl41 port, they had tbeen eveu intimate was fire-.tdi also, ---.
when serving on l oarl inu the wa-s,' ti I callin', and itroun thernI all they tried L. g-. It -eeidene 1l ii D.V. a
AtIo, itmiunt ui ani]d others. Theyt were firsI t ake a *nin, N 3"ttm i'er I, i8t2D. L
A Pelition Hlomn .Jocph P. Neiei', formerly .ec. :cell, insider lthi ttair at the Abdin Batia._i Ic -- ---- ------
ond Keeper to bhe Lunatic A.yluni--prayin? for a. measure- about it,t. by ift. Into this rm:, nvA,, ,. II '17 ___:
gratuil.y on the gontid of Ove, 'ceri'ty ve :s' sr- crammed us nruny a.s it wjuln1 hL.:..l aud li re they L.k iill'l S iLA A 1__1 t
rict in that enpaciy. were k-ft wirh..ut light, fuuod, n, wt,.r f.t r t.hre t e t
Adjourned to FFri'ay next, the 22nd inn-int, at days. They weri-then tak.u ,ut a.tdakied to g,'ive y Th,1 Ullerilie'i ld s Jllst received
11-i) a.m. evidence of the plut. Any who ,would makl. any A SIpply of thls famous Reledy his annual Supply of i
-.ic,-iiratikn were released to gi e encLuragement or ed h O .ed
THE WONDERFUL CAVERN OF ,LURAY. to others. 'hs e.L eo enainud firm er,. takeun hematks, Neutali:, Stiff Joints, Burns. R.ed &C W white Onion Seed
The annual r.'-cttot the Snmith,--.u na lutitumton upstairs. t f.re ihe- were taei to a ro..i,. Oun -u.ises, S. i'ii oat, A &
for lb:- 0, w which h ,.,uly just been i .su .i, tro nt i her .- d'., to t the eight a ,t. left, w elte ii.-,.,: i-b. .t "eF ro eehW-t'e o p S. t ** O rinoco." P urB
an liberatee rcpl'i of a \i-it m iade undlr ihe n!-- "Ih n.,m.si t,- m the- I -re wi,b,ld to inu ii.i- J- ....- chasers c tn obtain the s lne at M e- rs. B, W .
pieces of the instiluti:m to the(.-eleetted cavern o -t it',. To the roo ,.,f this reia they were -i- VWAINW .IGHT GORHAM & CO.. 'ALKER & CO., Hamiltonu, and at my Store,
Luray, in Pa,, c,_,u y, S A. Think c-iveiu, ,c l-.- 1 by thern thuml.s, virhi th ir toes jus; touch- Medical Hfal. W arwicl. '
rather ,eri f -at ans, i 1 niy d i ii th.e wr, tiu' at them, Septe 12. 12.-- i TH. COOPEIR.
bllnt i li, '. ii i. -.iv n ,. it, it is fi. J h ,, t : il, tet Septr. 1- 18S2.-- 14
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. .t"tral u ; .. e -A1 i 1 ., h i Ii",i i[t C-.1t u h TA a ,ad, ari 11 P I-'r. n ftir 'l t he s%
arc-'.L.. I, u ,iln i -.,p,-- tio i, e,, ith it'.u i:i.t I ini tie': .,, whi, : l, i ,Ii. t.h e w L' '.i dIT l -Iwhanger ai es di- ti 'er l l rl 'el [ I 't;.ict h it
growths a I.i. .-, ,-' i,. tt -he n.a, ,f n .- u ,l t. -. e ,-, s I A.- .a v .-:,.. u, ,il ost cn res ,lt. ct the s'. hl ii t' i te, i h 'i-.
th,. V l-itl ,.- -iO-u t .h. ': uli-it.- .reti-. -'. w -i t uckls w r r ,p l '.r i n iut I* 1 u-u I l. i L ruld respectfully inform nter as a uh:-i-e in clri ki. ir er.
of th in,-', l.-ti -.o i es-n, ,lin"ii- ui rt.- .ut pint- it u nti att-Il t s,.a in it ,.le ....1 i t t., it,L II :- 1.te pe-olie ,f i-atmilton and vicinity that 'a 'he 'is b ii ibt rir, e to fn is lee
Oue e:i .:l,:tiai .....I.,- iLn i, u. ; Fi- i arki.t. I F.L -1, houn. under -ou.- t..ti es, l, e .. h,.v ar w e arand to all UOrder 1t w)e o' il i. n '' prepar:id to furnis I. a
c e fr-.m tit ,- -ii., .it .- ,., 1... llh ,r..a nI '.Ih I ,A i t tth t .t .l !t e O. i.r t 5 , i n t | an t d r t. tIrOe .', : del;,.' n I.. 'l i ,
h u ie ,!L I' t ..I .i -,i s i e s .A i ir '.-t ,,: ,-, i ,- i .. 4, ', it i' t. > .l : ) i! .. i- c',- r -i-- -iLr .I ,a t i b ,. -t hea n nt e s nn.d i ,!nu1 "uo ii d s ',. .ki ,.' t .. i
som .i,'" ..li .\ -er ,.!abe it t .k,< 1I., ,. k ; ,1uf. I. Io t, '. I: ..el h .-m : .ke. ,t ., i ". p -r p o u nd. a.r .! o' c. -., ..,- .
.elli., tit, :'J I -.r-. r' .ith hliLnir,..,,..i- h! O- Ut ,s J,,i t Bey NJ.iiti. ,t w k-tt.re e br 'I l -p ei<' tntly ot. Il .i- at the New |'iici 'ah i'-iunv p'-r politd. S
ture w hi,.. l e _-,t L,, ,. th iin ion. T he C-'.t ,-:d.-J Iit i.,r. 1 ti ; .r i -., *r k l .. ..p.. .. ..... st ,ra .1w ;, u y T his being ho u ,. liti i'b y I >e p,.Ar t:uiI sk
the Thi 'tre, ihe S.iace. '. T t ;,re- ti ,-. applied at ;...h :.d to hTis entia,.D e. .t ,.,-r,,in l t' h. ; th "l'., l t, th year 'r thi, ,,eilit o our CuM- a eun lirneq ice e1fli.e Public p r.n m wige
to cithe portiojs, o thl.? m ve, ,.11 b:eariD t!',?4 p :.ial .,ubi cu seud hi. room wit-1 six >:.-u:di-, n ,, h .l ,1.1. I 'r rs '.ho Ina require !-e du 'u winter '. ,
featl.-s wh ,ich tle iam.i indiji t-:. In th1 deal n.,turIhl n0u-i: .-<, b !l.--.l frti l:,y Ntril:iu, -I l, t l a .,tt.wh id i, to lit..- bl.a k plis. ipe:s, :y pf n .t tention io our customers and rlam ilton, M ay 15, 1 l .S .
the lhii h- t-. f ,.f t.,.ll it.- hain.-iug tnor,~o in tt,. q-"tll",.',''iew-, t. t. r tie, rt-el. -,tl tiev-c- \"ren ::lp- s iore' i. -', I ', r : usiness, woe hope to re- ---- -
Ceiliu au.i Wall- wl,i .h, I r.tduatred i, n len th an T Il Id by lu rh,,iu ev' F.uti, it. .il- -t P--t e.t % ir e .- | lic p ,tronage. 1 J
thhd l;ue -s ,.hvo ti.,h -.uft, naii.-.l i.Ate- in dit..rtt t .,.:. t 1.'.' i o, .ini .yvi itdetd,, nw Lie-&SI .,t c' d,-liv, re I ,1i' ( t.: a.s excepted) in -. e I U It
t., --, so 0 tiE,-, v ith itrac ce, w ,-Il.i ituiwO ,ii m,.liin it the L .ptie L t.t e. Ilh :-e Lborrr.,, t.-t t-.. A st .., j H ilt -lt V ii,,,'v-
be played ..u .L .i. .na hn .rmOuie-.u. The Gin'u "t t' i-tm, to...k plwce at oi;.ebt. D-uri-, ti- 'ay N:.- i v i -i- ; T Ti
Hall-the !.,::.- ,-lumber i-f thuI-ritA-i, Fi ,zeu tbi i.w.....Up .,tivesiin.,Ie, au] i wa,..ly -I,-fter N -.- A o-- ope from7 / a.m. to 1A 1 E 1 1 L F
C a r. e t l. c L ..i ,f S i. h -- a n a t u r l ,t o t p a t n i ,.* d i' i l e a h : t t h e -.i iiLtCe w ,, h uo ,ei, b y 1.'3 0 p ,t. i 'l V : ,vitnd ti e x c e p it d wehe u i t t *
l-alia.- iv,: r .. .-,p ichas tm-- Le Th,, ,re-ioorn, th,.. t :..- h ir- k p, rorestatio s of th ttturi. N.,,o- ill bt- ...'-' frru t to H l 'RS. G.'t.EthN l,.,ving m .ulJe a.xtemsivi 1lti r -
Hollown ..'.nun-- n-i tiual nylhder i-ih ee .ab ..,:1 ,y atd 1 J iT& T,:,ulba dtil. ,.O w S .T A r (it in her il ,el ., "
to anoth.-r, h.,''her t i n :uly n0 feet ,*',ho.---ihf some of th,. umore aik iulg f'ttur-t., tu e lh,.., i..- d, whu o. !.. t n. ed, ,,o -,, ,.riL... .,led, Eait Broadway, Bamilton. G1 ,'LEME "- requiring ..E l. "' 'i.Ts LI;N.
b ut h > uti il,i-'aii (xltaust "the i-t uif pheuotmena tht e latrs.,:it-.' was Ara-i, Pasha. Itlie *i', "- i .
whi'h the ..:- aftor ..s. The niithsouian party ----- ------- H.ON. ad I1NNERs. .
sum upthi rde'-i-iiptiou with thee word :--"Th,:re ph H ,tuu H_ i. ','z ,. mu ail i l f-Ie',eIu is pepll;,.d tt ur iy htur, E th
is probablyy o .i ,.th :i3 ave in th.e ,ii i .. i : '-- 01 th i ti t f ua Reid Street, Hamilto, P
pletely and _t'tu ly ,. : ..tte, i : ; itna -talct io th iide i ct -f h ,.i.:I tReid pHatie. -,, J 1 1
stalagniti." ci narntt niatiun ti.;m hi:nt it Liirl-- ute..gnisi. ,t 4t h it' thetice (holin. t t':.-I June 12, IB&'2,
ot all tho-e ,bje,.ts. wli.h .ue Sit to ti1l the it.' 1 1.... ..,, ,ftir lini,,g erecte._ a t.-rpedo f.m,- 0r ie R Y t u
with pleasure, wonde-r or a!in,--. ry.i. t...i in ,.rv in i.,i--i. tud .-: it gm oin t h tr.- ii,,' i ,. a ,h I ar
spouting gey. r-", cadets"s fl.o"w"er '- ..... ii' 5,"r k i ai, l ct g-o iin i, Slfti n i -,,i-drl wio h le. ,;-tit. of te tb...o ,' irlar lt- ra ,, E in
"which r. th -. j .t t e otl r ,tt ,: [ I :, t,,o pi,.. .dto : ir ,.- .t:. ,! ...-, :_ ,., d & d c oi on.:., fur i!'le at COOMBS' .f -- 4 .. Fi
against a bn.lrg,.-.--,1 .,f .h het,' ,ri;ne .i .. ,- t',_.,lr -u ,,, ,^ .... ., ,i,.. iL, tLi.t i'I tl. .o l i... .. FA Mj, 0uibamlji['n, W ei:i 'n i i ,rT the Town of J tar ihton. -
gorgeool u ly n l f--. -. 1,i. ,, ..i u:, ,i,--. .. .. :. i- u it, ii i ',." t -..a. i .. '. Alna:,g~ i int., L y be, made for delivery at Possessioi t'e own of tamiug ton.
drep-Ic'nid -St. Ia-. uiic c. ,tl IKin ,- ,, rt-,.- .' vI -list. it I -, s t,,. Kiti or it any it i he Islad n i Possession ive to August.
titI!, ceeistiil, andl i ufti al- L.i.,.. t ,t ti e L ui i- -h mt .il Lii e i ,jeLu tils hoalJ :,e al.ti. t, t i sI., to Apply to
pliity, vai:ty,t, .-.ll ndolr v.-,u>ld c-x!,ust the ,.,-u,- ,t:m- i -i,,, c,.,t,- ,-n ioi,, i-I' O I.,- ,_i,, il-. W A h y F r E .
l*l,,!., literatLu i i miyt!, u niUd ,i,. b-o in ,- h u.ty pos-ibly us-. ,me s,,m day g -..,int ,r -- F : E. MOTYER
ihoonames or teir iuiuite divtsity of bea .- ,'Zn .hiWp,. I Sepember 2, l&:2.-6ms Hamilton, July 24, 1882.
--Colomes at,,.! IrIdio. -


Marshal's Sale.

TO BE SOLD,
kv Public Auetd0
Upon the Premises of WILLIS AMBROSE
SWAN,
At ?' o'clock,
On WEDNESDAY;
The 4th Day of October, 1882,
Under and by Virtue of a Writ of Execution
issued from the, Court of General Assize at
tuit off JOHN HENRY THOMAsJAI.'KSON ver-
su.t the said WILLIS AMIRUSE SWAN,
The following Personal Effects, Vizt
1 0 CANE Seat CHAIRS,
-, f Rnocking CHAIRS,
I Small TABLE, 1 Kerosele STOVE,
1 Dining TABLE, 4 Wooden CHAliRS,
2 Iron lots. 1 Tea KETTLE,
2 SAWS, Lu.ce CURTAINS,
1 K.rosttne L \MP., BED-4TEAD.
I BUREAU. I WAS-'HSTAND,-
I BASIN and EWER, I Fryinug PAN,
1 WHEELBARROW, 1 CHISEL,
1 ADZE.


September 18, 1882.


J. H. TROTT,
P.V.W'.


WANTED,

A Gooa COOK.

ALSO,
A Hous.-e and Parlour .J1La D,
well recommended. Must be smart,
a.nd one who understands the work.
Apply at the Royal Gazette" Office.
September 19, ISf2.-t. f.

Notice.

.MttS.I- k SDOS, -
HTAVING obtained MORE HELP in Mil-
linery and Dress-making, all Orders
eft at her Establishment will have Careful
tentution.
CHILDREN'S CLOTHES made up at
hoit I notice.
inumilton, September 19th, lS82.-3ins



Ui'TLi o mgoMPANY,
Corner of Reld & Burnaby Sts.,
ketwe.n Medical Hall and the 'Gazette' Office.
[lamilton, Bermuda.
i.ldufactu'r.s ol a ll kildls of Aera-
ed Beverages, Double .e oda Water, Lemon-
de, Belfast Ginger Ale, Quinine Tonic Water.
Champagne Cider, etc., etc., of superior qual-
ty, Soda Water and &.ltzer Water in syjphons
pricess as low as any other establishment.
Special Terus to Cautetus, Messes, and
arg'e Consumers.
August 1:2, i j2.-3m.

Portland Cnement.

025 BBL. No. I GILLIonHAM Port-
2 1 L, n laud CEMENT, ex 'Ziba,"
from London., now discharging and for
,Sale very low if taken frum the Wharf.
SJ3i1L. .. .1 .t"Eg S.
ept. 18, IS".-3ius pd.

reneriffe Onion SEED

IR. C. 1H. ROl0,N ASOA,
-A' received frO,it Teneriffe, via New
York. his usuil Supply of ONION
EED, which is now ieady fur delivery.
iamilton, 5th Sept., 1--42.
V LL the latest Novelties in Plated Ware as
w- ell as necessary articles at Childs. 'all
ad -ee.
LEA.11MUi) Alius
Oails' l:~ILANI)S
By His Excellency Litut.-Gentiat f.
L. J. GALL II E H. E.,
Gvern,o,, Cominnaide,-in Chi(j'
Vice Admiral and Ordinary, in
and over thess Islands, 'c., -'c.,
4C.
W HI E. K. E A 8 JOHN M- RTIN has
prayed for Administration on the
sintate of THOMAS BSOWN, late of .-andya
arkih in these Islands, decetiaed.
This is therefore to give notice, that if a'ny
crion or Persons ucan slew any ju,tb 'auso why
he said Adininstratiou shliould not be granteil
nto the said JOHN MAlt TIN, he, she, or they,
re to file hi-, her, or theil Caveat in w-iing,
rih :-ecriairv's Otlie of' those Islands within'
ifteun days from the publication i ere.,t, other-.
ise thie baid Administration will be gr.,inled ac-
irduin,iy
CAVENDISHH BOYLE,1 .
Colonial Secretar,
ated at the Secretary's Ofie,
tlU 14th day of' e:pi., 18t. 2,











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Il ',niltlon, September 26, SS.

BEit JIM En.1.D A

Proceedings ol th iHonoraible Legilatfive

Fidi,l, 22,d Seplemte.-, IS-2.--iu;uaut to ad-
jo |rn.ieut ti;e Hou e met.
J-'lrr,,,.-'-is Hoao:' Jo.,i h e Piefident :
TI.ij iloaorable EugeniHis -iarvey.
0.8. e i'ukr,


The House resumed.
The Chairran repi.rted thi Bill .nId it %a% .tid p'-
ed anti or-ier.xi to Lec (ngru-sed.
'l'he Bill Me titled ,'.\n Act to at-n .i the .Actl fir
rg'as -li'diio!i aiuid ameiir-lini (he I.-iw relating :to
Lrt'eetny." as ilad a tilrd ii; t i ;\nii 'l-.-'1.
't be Bill I., am ndld itc Jurors. At, 18s1, *:.'it r-.,l
-'Cow il I;Trim l'n li omnrnitited.
r.ir, J. N\'. PeoarTman in ib ( i.'h:i.'..
Tbhe Hol-e tres-umd.
The: hira .n reiportedd the Rill and !t wd sa aidot-
e' P n I <.rd rered lobe eni rc.n,-'l.
'Thi :d:,! i.et .ijin-i ih'Ab p.iAs-ti : i: nill: y b.l.-;,
siare ,i.' l by' ungniaiint conl.'til, the 91till t'iiiile
" Ar .et Ac-ieltliig t) t' he UtiliKce ul ;oho .'stMaiUlp.
G'': ,'" 7wa-; e: a liiild lim a u.ll pa'ted.
'i': ..'tt '.-nUt'V s -- .ral irnriiriA.i ort n l-i' rei'lali g
vI i'a.n Tr'P .a r L -,;,ile;,i- m iK '. t wa-- re.d ,
liret tnie'.
'i'en H;ill "TIo lacorpornte tMe Le'f!,..;yl' ine l
tional S-ocity,'" w s rtrdi a -tcu.-'. .i.n- l nit n ,i"Com-
u.'h ed.
Mr. "Powhir in the I'halhir.
'i bh e Oio,.1: e Ui dttl.-
het :hi .iriain rew roited the1 Bill, t.ail it va." a !,npt-
td Lau- ori>ed to lbe nrrou'-ti.
Tnioe Rule regarding the p sta-'c of! Mon y Votes
Wein suspenuuded, the Rero:ve r rainirig .1 gratini'y
to Pilot John Swao, was real- a thir.- ti.Owe nod

A adjourned to Wednesday noxt.

Orders for nie ;,ci,' .
Berkley Edlueational [ill.
New York Steam Subslidy Bill.
Jurors Act Amn tntmlet bill.
Rtevenuus ('oilection .Ac-ta m;unndlent Rill.
CO.'lonia! Secretaly',s fill i engrossed.)


CVve:dish 3b oyle, Col. Sectv. CUSTOM HOUSE-HA.MILTON.
The Bill entitled Ari Act Uto irovi !for the September 21)--halinary S, rU. Erru, a .Jazo[Mar-
ischarg of the d-iti fl .e. N1cotrso Sepofmber 0-Wh Yr.nsrusJe, Mar.
li.' arg ol the d,-Ice ol t.e 3a tr ol w chant, frr ni whaliug r i., : ...7 p.iL:.k,.s-e. equal
,urh i.; their tLenlrar .aence I.u.,i tlhe. Ilndt, to I ii bbls. sperm i l.--A-gent. Tb,,.. J. 'Wads:-.u
and fir oiLer itnp) .,. eI IJ at, hired time .I-S, '. Edith R., Baxtcr, D -n-,,. L ; rau .
sd poster, an, o irerl t o Iie I'. i .-ae tilt Ex- suga .r ,rol,atn fitc-w.,toh .:o.,lin-P.ruther
celir- csy ithe .' icrr, r Ir,' Iu, Houble. Carendi-,'. a e
I eotI. FAS' I: NG i'E-.
r Resolve pro'Uintig? a Su.n l,,r Ie-paiu l-u the In the MailSteainmr Or' --. from New York, ."
F i h titerd y :-Dr. S. A. Still, M.s. Smnill aul. t\v.'
Fthe L in via, ,w. s -,rt uait i e btloI ug .i hlilren, Mr. and Mr-i. T. H. Pitt, Jr., an-l two
i lhe lIouye.-e ww"iein ito. -inuniinii: thefretU. I hildrein, Mr. and Mlrs. T. H1. Krle-nir, :ni two
The Hon. C".undi.f. ,i-,i ih ,the L'lriir. childrenn Jhn F. Burrows, E.- M.<'.P.. 4il.
Thne Ci-oneiiC-iltle hIi.n Iiurr'tW- 'cind Master Biurrows, Mfrcr. W. N. Pitt,
The HouPe it:sumie.'. MI's. Mout-.n:-m-u arId D-audhtr. rM't. "Mi..'(:hi .
'I ie '.liairw.1a reportti the lt.co!ve without Mi't-- Atwood. Mkis l.. AttB-.., Mi.,. i. iliy-
Bmeudimeatn, ;' ward, Mis. D. Butterfield. Mi-i S. ntoe, n i- '
'l'!. ti',w.a adoptep- tIbe ielt. E. McNeill, Snrgeeou Cre.ia, A.M.D., Lieut.
Glubb, R.E., Captaiu Bogs-. .M'fe-rs. W S i. PMluck,
The Resoive g-rantin a Sam for making a RoIt d W. Walker, S. Walker, H1. H. Darrell, Jr., II. JT.
to lNIad tro tIa e PulPhIe *l nearU the rCtidIco Cox, R. N. Putuam, W. D. Vitor'i an.. R. J G.
r \Wlhitn G-o g. lir ith and others, w'-is read ti10 Wood, Henry Lockward, A. Win-o.d tund K.ith F.
oe imeS. Smith.-2,,, ,,..I:--Mrs. Lewis anid 2 children,
'o e liou J went ito Cou ivn th e Chairou. Mrs. Kane and Mrs. ind-ee, and 3 in .St,.e.*,...
'1 o lkiuu. Ja ern s Tu..k r iu the Chair. T,,,, .J.,., ., ( a
Tbe (C'uninitteet ros",. TIe -Whatlin' Schoouer F.-,at 7 fi, Captain
The Hous* r-su:n-i.r March.ant, of EIlgartown, M:tsi,'chu!ets, air.-i-Id it
tioae .t::iiraminu eprted tile lesolv; avithout Hautihtou Harbour, on the. 2t.lth mt., with ll,0 bls.
ameandneut, sperm oil, i.'il- -gallons each) to b? shil.p.:- by O.. -
The l-iousa r.doptJ-d the liejort. i e, for New York. Cptlun MAarchituAnt reports
"The Pill e.titl An Act* CGll nS having spoken on the i2th instant, int lati:nde -;:2
The i! Fil r.litld". n. At to continue and North, lougittude .-55 Wc-t, teli Stit..mer t t( flom
ame.Eud the ActL ur lte l.eula'o of the Post Of- Liverpool bauun to New Orl.-1.s -,ll wtelil.
lice, was iteaa the secoal u in'me. Scbr. loand up at Nwv Yoik for D rmual a, a
The floue- weut int.o Cortum.ltea thereone,. 2 st
The Holi. E. Halrvtey ii tue ClAir. y-lst
Oa untLioni thle Cowmnitlu.; ret. Royal MAIl Steamer Brta heun at Halifax on tho
The llouse re:ju ,t'.. I 9lth. Eaxperieu-ed some nrvere weather duriurx
The Chlairin..u re;iort-ii pro.grei.s and obitined pa-.'age particularly when near the coast "tiuin
P- ', tI, 'l. agaiti. i cane from tho N \V. and qtnite a gale.


A ljourned to Tue..day cne;, the 26.h instant, at
1 -';2 a.as.
,s' r" '


l H. M. S. Frituoe, CoraiiumtIer Karslake, arriv-
ed vc yterd:ay from Si Thomrns.
H. M. Surveying ves l -' ,,.,,.i- .,wr i .', Li Ieit. andI
Conmijimnder White, left on Thur.si-d" la t for the
West Iadi,.-.


----- A correspondent at, Halifaxi un.-r dateo 1.th
.d4btracd (f t,, Poeet .,, of fM Boorbl inin !'s. inforlus ua that .t.S. P, .. 'c is on shore
.7a ofV, on 'ei EEast und of Prin,,ce E.Iwarid Miud. Pat ting
IfHttSt of A.se'.'.tbi/. o tmp.rTy with the Admniir-ild th ,i-ntirn fi'rm
Frli,/ ', 2.2!, ,Se>terl',er. 'Iha .t( vriiyv {,neraI.. ,! Qu1';.'-., i. 1 ie teL-..,int *'r-.,l t;i.- b,1, ;1e.ti-c..r which
Iar. i. ucld P i R.!i H .cIr.ina.' ,'liteN w Y4'l u ire.l si-t; p',i- -vl tlltnt tr t!-pTi--X we..-k. 1' .. !' ,. ;.' rt
Subh-idv [i w nhich r-.d .'. 4 ir.t !ir ,, r ;..i U t-'n'.,r fioim thi- Do.-l;v ird ir ] tihe ,'".i,/c'
Thia ill to a, r..endtl ,e .Ac-i fir ac.,'r lii'la i and t!a l fil- t 1,I but ias far a .' c-p. ':p .t,:- u,t i .g hi
auiiprding 11-e Law r,-h.lti.- Io Laro'ny, war rea d a b'er priti.Cble owing hi tie '--ath.-i..
2nhd tioip and c' mmitd. IH.M.S. CfONTESr.- Vr'.'.w F',r ---W itin.] the
Mr. J. W. P,.i aiann ir, th. Chair. foilowine' in the H.? fl/ir .-o/i :frl ,'r r.iu.''- o{f the
'be Houe reenrmerie. 1.5th iu-tant.-We were. in..,:-r th.- impr)'t.;son whcn
The Chairman re, r- .,rci the Bill arid it was a r-pt- the ('..teat lefr. Bermnud- th it -1, :. w is ;..-ing direr:':-
ed and order.-di to hiP a-.irro-sd. ly to Enzland.
The Houqe, on motiiionm i.f thI- Attorney OG--ral, Si.-knes on H.Tn.. te-t.-The\ warship
went inio l'on.miti('p of the T hol to consider tbh Co i'cf, which arrived ab.iout unon y.--tf,.-rlay, c-m?'
.Me-icrsge of 1li; Esc-le-r.i.-y Ihe G ivraor, No. 18, in flrin, a yellow fli'-r, a-nl n th: way tip the
relating to acconnmrnrt,tit!i for Jurore. h.iriur to ber au.nhor.r.. opp.-uiir.- the Do.-k YYard,
Mr. Merrer in ite C(',lti. sis w.s boardt-ed by Dr. Wi,.-kwhi, heo.ath offi,.,1-
The Atiorrpe. G-neral mnvred that it be recom- of the Port. It was .,-.i -t:lined that t'-i of thei
mended to the lIonuw to ordr a Bill to be brought crew' su ipotiied Ic, have yellow froear ha'1 ,eenq sent to
in to repeal 5i u Lich of the Jari.is .let IS-l ii tlim- . 1/.' tsital at Clertit u.4' /ri'io--. to, tihe t hiep' e dhp.r-
it'. Ihe allowance for the a.'rimmoialitionu f Jurura ti/te .froa thert' aund on thliu p1,s eQ- twor muo'or b:--
who being engag.cl, on criminal trials are detaiue.l came ill but weie ho',..v ,onv ideH.-out, There are-
at night at 4 a drly -wthi h waas agreed to. no sit.ns of sickness among the other nmn."
The HoupsP re'untl ad and adopt.-d the resolution [Can thib be correctly reported ? We sincerely
of the Committee. trust not. The Conte.t was reported to have lanil-
Th'be Atilinpey eni-ral irilroduced a Bill to amend ed two men siak of yellow fever at Port Royal,
the lurior Act 18sI, wt0ic, h was r.adi a lu t timp. Jamaica, before she nriived here.]-Ed. B R. Ga.
.T'he Bill erLing, to the Offle,.! Pro-vtt Marshal vt:'e.
Ge neral, was leal n a c.mid time atind committed. The British war steam.i-r .'omnus, having on
Mir. Fowle in the Chair. board the M-irniia of L.irnrs. Piirj,-,:s Louise and
The Hou-e resumed. party, arrived at Vi.-tori.L, PB. C.

The Chainrman reported the Bill wiLh the blank The steamer AlIka, Capt:in Murray of the
ri.el up, and it wa au opted ant a-,rmiered to be en- Guion line, arrived at t au-einstowr s on 20th from
ThgrO esolve for r.ining to ilot John Sw.a a New York in six d.y-, ciiht.een u hours and thirty
gral [llty, ar r.iin te o Pilot J w.i a s',vn n.inut,,-Rs,beatig- lth: -hortet of her Ir.evious
I-[gra t !til 'rail t ,. ne anrd clrmitflil. unpa-nallled perfornicee-s I. brv .'e-ral hia-iri,
Mr. T. F. J. Tue'.-e in thi: C hir. .
Mr. Gilbl'rt rorov,.I ihe a lption o li the Resolve, The .4r,,,m and a.vy a:elt of Srpptember 9th
which was ltlir'ini. says : that H .i.-I. ..-rlpi.*, whi,-h was to havo
A~. t I', N O take troops to I-aliftax :itd Bemmdail: has been
Mr. Oilb, it ti,..,v,t that the Liauk be filled up ord,-red to oeiib:,k to daIy at Port-n)iouth, two ren"i-
8, which wes agree ato h solv me,ents of iuft.tty for the East.
The i[loase resuani-l a,,dI adtlori? ith. Rsciivn, ,
andi it was order.-d to i, en.,rossed.
Thie Petition o, Joi,-pih F. Nclieiei, fortielly A.. MILTTUAY MrsraErtY IsN37RuavroN.-OOn Wed.
Pi!ant Keeper- i: ti;,e Lunmle Htospital, wasa read neuday. last tlie B ad of thi- Royal Iri-h Rides,
and committed. rnar.:ched to Pro-I ei:t CAnim from Wua wic:-k Canp,
bir. S. A. Masteia in the Chair. haviu.ng fnderronue a t-.,orou,A'l, .-.ur'e of muisketr
Mr. Dill moved thaii it be recrrninendiil to the at the later Cinp. tidl oiu Frintis la.-t, 22n.1 in-.,l,
Slouel ti grant a g, atuil to Mr. J,,- pit F. Nelmes B. COumpanv R. I. Ritl... C.umin:lndedty 1' Li-it. R.
l conside'ataion ul his havian serv-el with eatisfac- A. S. Bittkl, n.ir.i-.-d from Pr-ipect Cranl. to
thin to the Public, as .\'-it.:,nt K--per of the Lu. WVarwick (inoip, hfr thi. pll-.... of uudrioi"ii a
nDtic Asyiltrn for over tw,i'nty years. ourse of Musketry.
The Atlorney general moved that the Committee
rise--which was agreed to.
The House resrum-d. To the 'liror of te I to:ua Gla:ele.
Adjourned to Mond next. D~ta i,-" P.P Ly ,pir't" is a Demot" and
Adjourned to Mondy next. is t weonel hy any ri rt..' Bly o,f Mtn :


Oi.,i!i, 2.th S.,it,,,wer.--Orderpd, on motion of
te Atmini .-y ('.lmi-rI, that R a lessae be sent to
Hi, Ec0ticcy inv mth io.vernor slating that the-
Hr.us*r iin'..s *- n ih- nh-xIt day of me.tinn, to adl.
j.i rn to Friday Ste '13:ij October next,ind r'quent-
ilg.His Exc:.'llti'.vty' per nt;sion so it dr :.
Mr. Cooper int;re.tut-ed a Bill to encorag, the
forniatitir ilm thesr Islarin.is of a Companyl t. niidn-
lain Stei m ri n c in tiu't,-.alion h-i.tWe e i thest. I-,' .,i s
and tIhe P.rLt c-1 .Ne- York -whieb \.as retld a f:sat
time.
'Ihe Bill to continue th*e New York S'.earm Sub-
Blly, tiias read n Le:A-oLd tim.e- and cnnlui:'ted.
Mr. J. W. Pe-irmas In the Chair.
The Fou -e resumed.
'i'e CbhaiilaU rt.p.,rtd iheBill cud it t4-as apl t-
ed and ordered to be: eng oaed.
-The Lill -- it4 -,,ming n. the officee of ('.,!c,-;..!
tFecretary," wl. s lead a 2ud lthh and ru in miulLed.
Mr. S. A. 5.ieir in the Chair-,


it i j [,,i": i!('lot to, l pr,:i vTi ,a ,icili:ai W e heair
thitt ua- me- tinmi of Citied FlP!.'--,,.i will .- h-. :- d in
a tew duv- l.r rif c ptiuro.I, tf ,..ii-.l'-tin- what
steps shall be takh'n by them at tht' i it-ilf.i" (Uen-
era-.l Eletiou ; an.1 we b.-1..- that noh p run will be
s.l i. ,,r'-tut ot P ..1it.-il Eli'qu'-tt,- as tuo .u-iinit to a
bo'.ly of Rep.-I?._1..-; ,._'mlor,-,1 P-,s-.soM a Prm,.s.al t'i
join ia Patty for El.-.-tihu put....-i : no (rii,',..,iai
w:'.ild plrpoleO. s-lt, i it' If tb:- proposal iu
:iadi:- .v- :.ny n'ii 1.- _. ciulu. -.1I-:,t his error
in ,' ..; .,. r /A.' ..,',' ,...r .- .: .I .. ,.i" O u rll
imtrm h is Oic'rT-it'.e and vL' i ui-t 3t ind l above mny
thinu:. that is un iifiir-ii.
Ytr H-Iumb,!e' Servant,
LEGION.
Septenihar 25, -l0?.

'..-l.. -n E. C. Gordon, P.i., '. in li-en appointed
Presi I.:-t vi tho Royal Eauine.-r Counmitte: at the
War Office.


Tae Cam upnign in Egypt.

The war in Egypt virtually ended on the fi-
t, euth of September, the? dayntmcd fir its I lo.se bv"t
General W,.-elv, bfo,'.-'1.- L.-ft En.uhmd. On tlihat
diy tihe Briili.h tVI-re in C'a.iro, .1-bi Pa ha w.a s
their prisoiter, Li.: arilVy wAs .-il.ri-i or siurren-
detied, aul it ouly remnaiuie-d to Ocpy 0npr o(ne r two
outlaying po'-Li.t i d to di-baud, the r rlIops which
ha-i held thlrm. The campaiiitrn, 0o t. ..i-i.--i-.tusly
tonctltidedl, was cun dui;tc-d undri-.r pe, tlizir circum-
stauce-. I.,- progiesi wa. wat-lhe.i and di-sc-us,,.-,l
froram day today bori iu Europ.. : l.u Aiari,c as iit
it were it .nr? (.f che.--, tr a paiif'el pT norGia,I
played aid iutlti-le,-d before the yes of the wvo .),.
The C..i'mLu ,titi':s ui-re ,l,-, iinly ad morr3 in-
t-ili''t.cnty. con-idl- re, its miiii.ry al'speti ant d all
th'touh:-h, the pl. 'it, n. m-lvI m -in-a uti4 oft G-:nr.ti Wil--
seley were commended. The teamoval of the hlse
of operations fitni, Aelexa.idr'i.i t. Is-iai!iax wai not
only i.,ghi.ild .as ii' all ie-pects judii..rni, bit the
clean '.ud c.:mplm mte uauiner iu lhiih it w.i i av...om-
plih'Ai the e-li. .t Jictu-rbti,.-ja ift o -.,'1 -inu' -n-d t i the
ec-ie- tivn-u,- ) of ihr ,tryv, w: r-e niu.-h prmaisol. The
servi... p- .in.m-d by the ,:V aihvy i truirning U-. k
the vigi.in. a-i.iult. of the Et'ypti:un at Ka,.ssiu,
also imtprass.d the GUeri-.ns. It was s-,auetlhing
that MuIktho, \\l h-. ili uce ii in bi ,-gut- and iln.
fantry, never arvikso it-cxpoet.iof hiri ioriuted trouilp-.
More tha riill ele-, p.rh:Tips, these foreisiu oliti,:-s
were impr.?-.ssed by the- iun-iurse transportation re.
Forces of Engtl:ianl. Any ono of they could ponur
a,'ross thu liaorder at a bu.lsc iirCit lcir.n a'r 'aaits, but
nouet of the-ni -uld send .ll- r iaw.'y ai roa li'.) .-'wis,
in so shortt i a im, aul n li.h ,) little a compai:t arriy iinmpl:t ly e,.ipiipFeti an-u -.upplied
like that which( GenLieial VW'.l.-le l1l frini Is-
ruailia.
It must be saidi that the di.l-iy in the forw.ird
movement wa grea.t:,r than iI i-iee-f expectf-d, and
no doubt, ahwl it all to be d.vIo ove'r 'gain, the land
tran-prt :uid ioraini-sari it ,d-partui euts would be
liettorprepAri.,-- for tl diffi,:'.ilt ar'ir.l:h over
wi:t0 'itd. Sl.-I1--rt. But whu-a tlth 'c itr:y ili mnve
f'ron it- advau.ud pi..i t A ti'. K it.ii!, it is believed
;that it i'unt. mu pterfet- r forni, ith it; oir'.iiiz:ltiinU
thi.r:'.urh anid coiriipl,-' t-V pr ,'.i-1.:.'1i 'i-I .ipllilp. Ito
tatie. all .- inri. i i,.s If t,- coniiun.uding general
lih ,-t iid om.-m liha lii] ..-r too l i-I.:1 e ir r tie .:-tiI. it w ..i-
Sinittitl.,- tii:ht wha..u he -did ini l.- ba-i 'vti ready at
all points t., t.e thl ,i-o '-4li It wa.i it the ni,'ih'
anlr mt !'rili ; ._ ,f t1h 1 ';,, ..i1ll 1 4th Sepi.-ii',..r. ilth-
the .i'.nO.-e wiasI od-a-.I, anl i t w,- determined to
ctirry th. woi tks. i, Ti.!- !.iA n-ith arush. With-
oi t, liini .1i 'in, the ti,.,' p : ert-.: in riho early dani
up to Lii"ld" -. t'.- i t! i r:t' ",; .. t f th- EI.;yptiar.-
aii :f.ec 11 bli-id: e ruge.i.eut ,,i s-renely half tvu
I.-,ur, Ai;mbi nui liii arrumy w\ciit' iu fli.-ht and dis-
ordle.. T' tich-f..it wvaS onit'i.lt'l and with a com-
pir ,tiv'ly '.rliht lh,ss to th P Briti'h, the Egyptia 4
-ic v nt L '. i 'U irn .-ri.:i l- au,.l thl ere wet,?ii- i o:"
p, i-'.'.u.:-ri th' iu co d 1 h I- mir A.ed fdti.r. .\rabi is s.sii
to hb '..- Leu at.-leep .uii lit attack i- called i sur-
pri-:'. Put wthy iti 1hull hi ye been a siurp'ise, ex-
-erpt th.it it. wasi e.riv iu ti .n'iu-orrin;, nioone knows.
T'hI British i nnus h d lb.n en..ausip-ed within a l-
ni-mt touAhiu- di-itruc' .:f i:, ene:a:.., their forw,'ard.
mio.'vrne:it was i:.-pei.t.,] ".t rany ininictit. A blriskc
in'- .li of m ix r i!ls took thlitr to the -point where
they hltedl and iIher..3-a .it.-,u.1.-: 1,0 "T'Il-!l-Kcbir,
and! y-t, thery w--c,:, p)-I tI 1 to 't up i the works
of the E S-pti ,l'it' ,rm-v .l.. ir pf.:r-:-a.. seems to
ha.mi- been ,dij,.,ovrrd
Arabil'., nirty .ou-mp:i...I:. n-Iierily thiity thoiuiand
men, -one11 alf of % ,i-rmn Wvc-i.:. r;ul- uIs, and the
others matil)e uip .-i a uiob ror or I-c-i .acti;-intotmcd
to arnis :u I sec-r.:i f.r the war. Thi-ir t-i't itiei
was f-.t-blte aind e0-iSvily overui.rine b,' the splendid
troops oppo'-.1 t.: rhartm ;iitd thher' di.! littlele-.o than
get awayr. Ti- ,pnrnit-, h,.i-\-.", :-' .d pounipt and
t.-fi,-iaut. 1-t!f.,'e -tiinct lZ i: .rzi iAil B-Ir..V-s, in-
pl.rtant points ou the ri.)d t.' i -'.i,,. r.,i a rsched
i-. d o,',cupi' ,,u,1 Ih .' n x -'y.' u-.r,il '.'ilse-
l-Y wat ablle :3 'endI w at ft,in lit C.tiiral its,.lf,
tint the war -w ove -i ud tLht t.o ui.niic troopsneed
he sfntl o him ii foi Eonlaud.
Thiouigh the i.-Iitti,.20? \r i it-\:i i l-.ss stubbornly
than hbu.l t -: ntul i i'ip.ti th -i Irili.j'lt m.iLp.iint'n
in a mE-it .,-u.,ital.ble .-'!ii-ve(ai-.t i'.r Etgland and
lh' Eugiislh t ...i -. Th.iv- .' .l ii n.iteliA I ich
ri' yVwlh-re. .:-,r in iti vch-..-.I. ,i...u -f fi'.ti A les- ij.
driai to ( '.:ii ., th r,=: w .t int.-lli. ue .- in i-. iplan-i ,
intelligen, ,n 111 -: it'rev in their ex.- :atii .n. 1Tl.
uompa,.t littIc acarmy wi,:-h i;n ti:. e.iarl7 diwt, wout.-
ed twice titeir mlitber behind thedetii'f e 3 of Tel.el-
Ke"bir, I'-ould ,i:,t .i surpass-.I, :al i a.'n"whers, andi
against anuy e-nem3, vw.,nld a ,,U.T i.-"..uit ,it
it....lf. If the u campaign IH hsl.'-:en in s:-inm, degree a
'alk over," it was the spirit :ud c-Iita,.tecr ai this-
adumirbly equipped ar.-1 h-rid!=d army wis. h made
it r.- h. r-t aiud ietrtaiu. '1.e r.isiltih has-. be hap-
pily reached % itholiut auv of the I or-pli tiuouswhi-ch
w-re feared. Tbhe powir inter-'.-ted in thLe ciont,:t,
wEt qui,:ii'r.,-t, and l though Turkey may hr-ve dune
what .'he wouldd to .oiunltein.tu'en- Arabi, he:r help ha-,
been secret anid denied. The Iohrdes whii'h \,.-e ta
fl.,.-k to Ar bi's sitiudrd iril d r -I tgi tI .- war t:or
suiilp,_rt of ri-li ,mirs faith -r fitu rd-ir -. i '-.. --r,..1
furwtarcl. The lohnig wr'-id le-.:,:ud .t ,i i i'.. t
wlho w.u to appe-ir t hii --i '-. au-l .l. l u ,. n i 1itttl!,
preunuhly in this w.ir- i itu .v -Vti' i, m till-
iuetl- of propbh-.-y, diiM ni.it v t iti.---. f Ito.-lf. N"o
extraueoui e-tb irras-nment-i dit-I b,-.l tI' pr -.;m'-,
of the Engli-i.l .arms. I, ii true ti .t d :iffi! i: lI
del-.: te work yet reitiin'm for bith -1 ,ilih:ir, -
and diplbmati- lia' ii -,.,f Goi.-..rL ... i r, --i -
ju.ting the affani' u, E2-n t ,r. intt it. ii -i gr: it :.
is-faeti.,n t,' know and f.I-i, that '.- r .n' li li b p'".. .
per-.'l with E-glandd, ;n 1 ith .t a, hIlra ,, h -' .l., '.'
in Egypt has been well ",1e..

G" Guve'nment Hou.-o, Muuln L'.mrnou, haxit,.
beeu teumpor.ally filtte-d up f..r the rc.eptipuin of Hil
Ex.cell,-ncy the GC:'ve'.ioir, Lit-rut. Central T. L.
Galley, R.E. removed ?:im Cl tre-,_:e Hill, whxL,
he li.s resi led ..-ins:e ii ait rival iu BP.ermu'a-, to
Mount Lang-.tc..i, his offi'-il I .id-etnc,:-. ri Thui dStay
la\i.

THE VEA.'HErt.-The weather r durih.r ts r: p.i
three days h'.< 1.- "nu very stir BtLy-tU,: '.*. iu.i ,i:r
ally from tlh- E..tward--c.,:' ..ii-,n:!ii; _b i,-.L. rnual
Lauling, with much raitni. Oi S ,. :t-ii'.. it .lmt til eie
were slome veiy L::tvy gi.t, f i.,m thI E n.. tad.
It moderated iu the r-arie nt-o. oif vi C.teri-n ilaild
the hiud hbas sir-.-e gi.le to th i-, ..iithr vit, -till '.vith
frequent 'ntvowcr.- of raiu.

:,'_ Oi the 1Sth instant, \Viil.irn P,:-armiin, .1
c-ul...r.e-l ftnn, re-idlimg i t ti,e Fi-n -, wa,.' u'iin'ir-mn -
ed 1,, tlie '-'ul iai l Sirveyti..', for inju;ur i .- n 1. n i..-i- e
on ihe Northli Shire R-.d, 'intth'ts i';ri..1, a;1i
fine- 4s. aud l>:s. ests.d
Persou iu the hIrbit of chisppints or pulligy gass
fro tfuU'ines oi' the Publi:- Rt,'l.: tr otl.,\'ir-m i -


juli.ll them, urty b- iu t l.-t '., ku'- thi tt y -
iuiring th.' a_ :id- r tlIr,:I -:-'Ies ii -I.k t ., fi'tn' .tf
rivepound.. u over aud above r:,-e .i.'urn- tmt .:f -i ji,
doue ati-i on .ubie-qinut Col. L'. i i ,,' f tI.e I .e ie
ofieuce tnelv>e moithis hard laibour ini 'hlit u- n


DiP'arEAiox N I Vjcroc:ir PA;,ki.--m e !e.t
baring av'aii to repeat a infurtiler ,!l led '.iL, i-:i
Vittria Par!'. B-et'eu-n Snur.y ,. \e-ui. .i.d y..-
te ]rd i, iorniug, a hlairg .rC;i....E .- i, L E in t.. '.'1l,iU)
11 i lli he thollughu ,di .ll i.eL 1u e igith 6 uL- ,t h ,rr
h.,ud-'ouiC st treel i, the i'm i:, wis ;i-' ltl ,I d i at
abI itl oie foot fr.'ti.u !t,: r'-ii, T'i: t'.ke was
precitcld ti the Cmorur:,ati,.n Lu Mr. 'iir s i.s
Liil d bI e .u -in.' fivc 5,-.irs inll thic "ik
it i. miu to le r,-cl'i..ttl lii' th i ht pe.Ipetl'it., iA
of .L!~ nlut outiJ CI'i. acts eNaiu.... be di--:ovei' d
a-, we Vfe Sut-ire if tlhey eiAe tiht .i hi puj6i'.limnt-it
w.c-'uld be licetid to them i- V.nuld d-ter others
fJ'ro- biing ;.uilly of binhilar outiagca.


The -Sa.'maet-, ...:-nt iuaid of the Ni. w Pati.i.t hilurch
IruildingSt. Georges,wia -iven at. thW- Town Hal!, St.
Guor-e'i, on Thursday ~veninr acccordinu ito adve-r-
i--emi-nt. \'>.-c..- lIipp:;y to ..aytl-ilt :i -we auti-ipat.
C.1 th-. L ..:- 1 t vI iquit- a sii.r-'',- ; thie .luii-'u-"
*howing at every:yopplorl 'uty th- ir appre.. iation of thi6
efforts of the C('-'.jir to d l iis,,ti.'e t tthi.:-ir ,ubje('t. Too
numit praki ci.iitut I.,-: b-.towiwd on MIrs. IIyland
w )ho, as w.-r ari: inhforinted, w'asi r,-ally the maiu.lpilcngig
it thie iudcriakhim-, while Mr. Robi:rts i- ,lireetor,i
aud MTr. SePawarl Toddiurlis a r-i :aau-ist perform..-d
thcei r .s.F:-petive'- dti,.s admiril.iv-. The C'oaet-i
openu'd with a 1 I-mautiful Te Deiln, inl whi:h -all
unit..-l in th- c.'ndtirinx. In ** Samul"; th" :au-
t1lieu.:, s .n ii i's,:d to be 1ery quiii'-t at first, l..ut
w!i:-u M.-'sr-i. Cl'ol itnu,1. M:,!Liuintosh to-ki their
sp-'iial parts a.t S:tul n-i San.,u'-i th:- apillaii- f.1.
irremei.til..l-, iawl hI int.:-.i .st w is k-.i, tip thir iuti"'i:io
Miss Illiu.--n-1 Mrs. Tlnibl-le wI .ld n-:.t i6. l.;t
otf with...nt a r'ep-titi,..,u ist.-i'r:id of th,.ir tprt-.
A markid.1 .,,sr.ioii-neu of d.:.-n.- ,u,,ir vr-iv.i--.l tlh-
ineai-iber', of the- Cho(ir, which h.iriii,'i-ii"'d well w-ith
thi- -,e.c.ity of tIhe .nl.je'.-t. Th.. pi-frifo.uau. wa 1-
siuit:-ibly I"'Un.'lid-.d v. ith th b, Dox..-,', ', 'Lt vwhii-h
thi- whI. I-1 :ndietm. nt ,r'- io td up.
Captainu ey,:-r, haviin- mii.ot kiully pl.-. J th
steam-r-r :-t. G,.ori-.,.' at thi dicl,.osl l of the (h.'-r iu
ord':.r to t:ou-,rov them to a-Ihniltou (.,on to-uiri'i'ow,,
"Wenlue.-itrly -evuiug, it it hi[.?d thaIt tihe -ood peo-
ple of thli M-tropolis will reward the euergeti.' Mr.
Hyland and the mni-embers of the- Choir, who itre- 1t-
iori'cii iu their intti' st of the uor. P.irishli(' Ctil.l,
with a t,. house.

Bermuda illaul ChlEib.

A Gen.I-r.l 'eetini-' of thii Club v,-a hlild ,it.
the Town Hall, Hiamiltou, at :3.t on Friday, -'ept.,
22ud, at whii.-h the: v'.-iiits of thei Benirnd. T-Hunt
Cliliu t.ir ih l pa-t .,:a'.-i.: w .:re -.itubmiitt-,.l yI, the
Hou.:i 'iry .i-.y., nid p it--d 1.y th.'' rie.tiun,. rThte
a.'-:.- uu. s out th'1 I:-1.- M ':ting, I', ,-l, wi-r. also
p'i-'id lby ti?- M-ieti.'.
It w r,.- ] ,.l that-i a .,ti:,. 1.:.- inl-I-rt:.'l i: thi .-
... ,.' ', ,e r t'l.d iui-.' Lan.i ,v.-u,_ri- f..r thie p.. inl is-
si,.i, tl-y h l i r. I t I n u-mul i- ti'l rid.. .'i .r-r t hi-h
1.u.1 d uri.,u-' !:-. p .t r,'s-. i .,, i,. o i.-ri,- rin to m .,.;i e
v.,:-d :,,d uy : ,.1., i. -l. tl .Ir .i.y I i : *ou. 1 y l i.
Huut iu pa'ia n ,:cve.i their '_'.,irl :
It wr.- r.- .l .I--l tLh-it thu -,il,.-.riptivi fi... th-., ,.m -
in-. :- -! o ta .h :) ll .1 1 .- i.iut i-u .i i-i:. -lhilliun
p'r unniln.
The f...11o in-:'- Giintl.:iLn wetn- t1hi el, --:t:, l
i,:i lht.r. ,,f tl. 'lub :-Th, H,:u. C. T,.-vle, '"ip-
taiu Pn,-..-.ui-.. i .. Mj,.r Sir Guy L-'. Tra','.-r.
Bait., R.I 11., J M. R:-,, E-. ('.apr iu Stlby
Smith. R.I.R.
It w'.,u pr..p.:r.eod by Mr. Mori.r'.- i ,n ,.:i.-t0I-d
by Mr'. D-lrreil that :ll ii:-inli.'s \-.hiio- ril....rrip-
tiu; .,ar. not paid to the ir,,l..r.,.y ?...:r, -tury find
Ti,: ai.ur ,i on or bifoi.ei Oi:tub.l-r :;31t, .'lhdl .. .--i' toa
ib, lii-.In .r-ie' ,..af th,, Club, unnl-, h in thi:e .piu-i,'l '., .I
r.nu-iril! ime. tin'" thl-re :- sant-i.i-t nc'ti.Iuad- f-:. thO
delany -P.--e.-i.
It wa-. ,s.'lt'-,1 to.. hild a Ri.e i\.-.-ting thi reir
(,a the Sh.:-lly E.y R:.:- C,..Iur--.-, the lt13e 1iars
tixed for W-lnur-tday., N-.tvimbi r 1.'5th,
A Coui mitte',-N wi- thi:u -,i.pinte-,d to: pr- it-e thi
Ra,'- Col-.- ? iit ..ie..u a- i.,:,-il..lh- fWr thet u-.,.,if t n -
l,.-rs .ia thi' Club. itu.l tile inr-tiu uthoiii.1 the
the extpeaditure ot a sdum n i-., exi-cding J.' fuor
this litlr .'-N. :. Suiii sliii -.in' inter'ide-d t v':r
all x-piu--,s e,.:innect'd with tLe r-oirsoi and (4i'.ln.
Stand.
Tie- follow ing Geutlemic-n kiudly conaceut--.l to)
Act on tih C'...-lnuitt.:.- : -Dr. T. A. Outerbridlge,
M.C.P., Mr. T. OuMt.-.riilre, Mr. D. G. Lane.
The IlU..ny .a.i'., wa-. asktd to get tub:.riptioan
Lists hor t : Hiiit Rat'--.s printed and duilribl'utd
as 80-,.n fl. po,,.;' .,.
The prot -lia.'- tL iin:i.ted -With :I v.te oft' thntuke
to the C'hairnman.
W. C. HUSSEY, .i.,.'.
Ih,( i,','.r,/ S rt e.'ry,
D.H.C(.

Tarfi Pr.te'ncr.E.- Oun TuccnlL-y, 5th Slt.itember,
-at about ll-3. a.,in thb. D[)tiriith .-iut. Ro.al Artil-
lery under i i, i-Jruinlul1 ,1. (':tptaiin Waitd. P.A.,
.,ri 'v fit \'l,.al. B-.y, fo-r the- ptr-Io., of prn-.tic.t.
, Th,- TLi', l'. -r -i,..-t.,,t,-I by the E-i,,yal Attil-
l-ry flri!i thi /'..a.. p' 'retice ,..ouui.:nt.ed and
ciav :i: i _. it t,:, to .h ,.xt.-- ut of d l ,iu0 dii
withIe:1. r,..idiun't v inrvar,ol ef e,I. Thi Officier= re-
p -nt ivei .--Lt.-Coi. Nen i-port, R. A., ComLnnr d-
ing, C.'aptp. Ward, R.A., L'_..utt.n.uts Dallas and
L,-witi, R.A.. nn-l thlo R-idl. Mr. 1).'rne, M.A.,
Ch.(pl'iun to tih, fore-:-., St. Ge-orget. Ther,-i wre a
g,:'od rnuiy l':e, t'iti,-, ]',rr,-,,'lnt The- D;ta:-'htn,-ut-s
.et[i'n,.'l i, St. G(ote -'s ab.:,ut .3 p.Im..

q;*y Fiomn lt 0.--tob,-r hto ,,i.t Mar-.-l. the- :ifttr-
noon ulanid lM'ilntis v.ill b,- i. til.hcd at thrce
o'elo,.'.

7%u t e E i ,- -- :.r T ...' r;. :t Wt,.
SiR.--My attention li.is 1..en c'llid to the follow-
in- -I.itt intt-t in thl- A oi ot thi- 12t, In-tant.
i- Tl'-. C.,l,.,uilSir-utary is sentt r*u:t I.-y there S .-r--
r' ,f Sli t, bh:,i 'i\t.- him autih..rity t... r. .:-ive
nioiii.- fr.im lh Cl('-,ui il P,:,,tinart,: fori
St.,l-miini .:riu to, Euglan.l. A Bill for the .-lutin-
niau t:' o 1 til- s'"tellt wi,' l:ii, 1eLft'ore tih H o-,,i -'- ;
i 'e-w ,lvr i-".o. It lnm-t with a w '.ii l I:c,,ptoll u
i .: i r with am.-- friOmi inli- uit i'er--
I,.-. w l.i.,h ;; khidl. ,:! iu th.. liliu .l ,.f ,:r'lV 1._i,.1-
S -. _. _!.,,_ A tt'rhet G -tn-i ,.1 tol'l tl.' u" t .,t it
S. tihe C.-'lt. ..f ith.: S-:, -taq i.; St.ate."
In .ni-.tlu.r a ..liiuu tL., a.,n p:il er ;!lds iipak-
iutt' ,- ,ih,.i -mi,- Bill. Ns. Bill d.inrag the Se--ion
!h:- ar 'It,:d :, ,.rite Inl,:-.i'y-lsl,- fe.-ln-, par-
ti.- .il ;" thait ( -;. : wu li,:h i ri t, thai: the m o-
i;-. t'.i, e rtlitttel t.i the- Pi-t.rcal-tcr e-ueral of
r ali,;tiu ham.li t't:.1 1 t,, the (.lonui.-. c St.cretary l.y-
Pit :ifi t. rt',f th:.s: dau.ls; thui- ,iviui l h
-'.1,,i l r,:-, ',t:ry ,u ih,-n.ai r aud ,..inc ui shio _- 'ith-
o' uot '.1[ n.ibilit) .
Stlik t m. ilyt;" t., d atm :' pul l'. ly thti"t there is
nit i.' i.,Oil ut ti i i ii ti. iti vi..-tt,-iii.. t-.t
T'Ie M.* .r.-lire ,_'t .1 itt ni 'ci L- us- thn Ci.ilttial
'.'-t::' .4tiliity to l.:e-ic' inuru-y tronii thi' Cu--
..uli li Pt.hi.-i-'te-r. Th'r Bill a.--uit--d t-o bave h,-. n
Itr.'a,'ht in ii ...cv days b:'fore!- for the -:uatinuan,'.'O uf
th it vst-iu war .r.n i rii -nudment to the- Podt Of,.-e
A..t haVi sn' i':r it. ol.h.i,:t the ,i .-1... -'. *-, ...c f th,.r
L-.v-r Th,: Att,:,rt.v G n,.ral did n.ut oi.-.ert thl t
tii,:- ,S.-ile-tirv c of 'it t'i.ti- hil iv-n i nmy ,.iit-h ,i.1, r.
T hi..t a',-. c' ..' :1l t-: diri.-..-tin-' that thi itron:y' re.-
f.-r-cid ii. -ho,,ul l1. handel t., thI.- CIloni-l 'u::.re--
r-;r\ Th-'rI- wa-: i.ut ouC elatin-e, irid that diiret;-d
thi-, thv- ,iii .n,_ sh.,uld I.," iaunded, tn-.t to the Co-


lhoi.tl S._. r-t.in Ivt t,., the Trn:.a,ury Ch..:t othcir,
y th, C('olhinil Pc- tinarter. Th.- Colon'ial Secr:.-ttary
I ,v:.r ,. iv.d. .,hv n r nimid -iou,- .nlid it v.. lev-,.r
I.,' ,tllV.- i h proil.i -d t -Iat he sh-..uld r .-ivi:- my
,.inltm!iii--i..i, ,ii .i y .1-ns'hi iL i O '.i r oA n 1 yI oth.:-r
ji,-,iii, v 1,.iL.-i,': tliioi..clt hi- h]:ind_',
It i- In -, tothe tUov-irnm.-it to rore't t bli-ly-
thiotc- tS-ri- lil-,. trit'l .''ut", wihhh a rt-, ill .sli..-t.lli-.:,
r-vit- r.l..d iu tIhe '. L',-, i of tint 1 th lue.i- ut.
I think it u,.'-":i.vry al-o to di-, lnitu th,.- -tate-
mlu'ut aJu. ar.'-1 iul.nti put into IIV month iln the?
.ip,.r i t,:r... m t uo iiii-u..--r the lit.--.,I P.arli iiIeut.iry
-i-.,.,c ia .. '" Nti ,-o-,ld le more int,-. i'urt'..-.
Yoult obdt. S:--ra-it.
S. BROWNLOW GRAY,
,2a.a Sept'ralb.r, 1-S. 'I


Duritnr Tuc-rday andi'.'edu,-dily Ivtii and 20tht
! 42 dic-aths occurreJd at Manilai fr.m-ih1utlr.i udn4
"1 : it ther vi'inity
Oje of tl-e BEcuttresses of St. I'atrick's Catihediral,
Dubhiu, fell Thursilay, kil'iung four women. Th.I-y
wccio completely d-capitatcd.


Froiti the 'unitied States and Europ*.

hlie Mail Steamer '* Orin':o,": Captain Fras-er,
haftr a m. .3t btlrnly 1r'.. anch...re'! at Gra.:.y
Bay, hbout 11 o'.-ln:k vy-strd:ay. H,-r 11.i were
br.-u'lhit tio H,nilt.-,u I y tin tim- litilO St~e..er
1[ondca:e.
\V- .ne iudeLie.i to, Cap',in FuIei'r. Mr. Purser
Dupout arl Dr. SmLith, l,' n g'er, ir files o(
Netv York papers of the e2st inst., which anuouuc' e
the v.-ry g,-tifi';i: lnteltiucue thiit
TifHE WAR IN EGYPT HAS TERMIN.ATEI.
CA IRO TAKEN POSSESSION OF BY THE
BPJTIT-J.
AND
APRABI PASHA AND TOULBA PASHA SUR.
RENDERED UNCONDITIONALLY.
G-.ei:la "Wol-,lIyv wIit.-s from C-iro, S.-pbtem-ber
l:th--"The w.ar is (,-vcr; seiid no moie tren from
Eigland."
Lat S.iundiy w.as ollserviA1 in Englan-i :. a day
ui thanksgiving.
We give somn. very itetic.tiug prti-i:nulrs of the
war iu .ur colunus toJ--7.

FROi EUROPE.

BRITISH VICTORY IN EGYPT.
A.4 E, 'I .l'-. J //,.-. t.e F i,,ii/ ,'n Lii- -
T Il ;,,',, 1 ....f ,"', ..- ,l'.IS
/;, '-iJ.- T/,. E-t i"-i.',/.s I ,-- .',ir--- T -.-I.* .:'I ,.-
.- .,;,- 1,,I,,r :,.',,/. ,,i F '.s /, .T,,-.i' i ,.i n't.,,,

S....--...- I. e,r l MI,,,, Z..', ,:.;,- T ,,tl /',,t
.}.f'h..e '. ,,-,,' i .., .. '."'.
Loitrc's, S,-pteinber 13.1
Aidvi.i's fri,.m Alex:siutria airport th.t T 'r--el-K.:-
li.ir wa e:-rri,-d with a inuh thti- la:,niioi-f l.,by thti
fV e- unllr G;.u-:ral "W.,l-ie y, nail tihe Evpti'tu-s
,,upk,t,.ly' r.:nitttd.
Th- a.ir itil.. h .-,a .,--; vs -i. l t ie f. lllwil-u : otfl, ial
dlitspatc-h fr:, i,-n.er!al \V-l ..-ly, givingg hi i p1.-it
of th.i b-itt!e :.t T--.l--Kehir:
WYe Stiii-k.-iii-p tit KIas:iiBinU L-.-k : 1 lt eveniul
and I.lr.iu:. I.:'. a hig;h ri-12e abo:.ve thle c<--nl,
nui tl 1-:, ti 1t. ,ruii .-. W e i--; u .i volrn l.l ip.:u .
vei exte. -i. :oul \-v -tr.:.,u 'ly f',itifi,:l ,:,sIt :,u
h.-lel I,' Ar d.r0i P.sh l with '20,Uii" ru.,'lhrs. oft wh,_,i
*_.","1 ,i,'. i< i "lr,-, wvith -.v. ty ;.uns r~.u.l ili)to
'B -. n111n' .,u1 irr. c. -.'ula~c. i fr-r.- w -i_ L l-tint 11.-
'01)i.I lI':*'v :,ui't '",itljI1 *o' .I'i sixty *-...Lir T O
b-a," Att.ih.kId--.troi- i _ri t -a l ,thi h-.iyliIL.t with
thi: Tr..op- T :.ul pla'- in tl- ri-,:-.l w.inil Iha, 11
trt..ill veiy ,-a. La.t losrl. I r'_.-r\ d thereioie to)
attt..k L.fi,.r-e d-iylirrik, miiibhin.y thb six miles that
iut,-rrone-d ,l hA'-twiil ny .tlniip nud tihe m.-iay'-i
p.,-intin iu the d irknee! The:' iar.irhy and two
l.at"-ri.4 ,,f hor-e a tillr'y on the ri.;ht had- .,rdier
ti bwv',".-pv '. lun tle eD-niiy'Sliun? at dvybreak. rT7e
fir'-t d-ivi.i:u, tihe ,.'.n.nl Bri'adoe unlet Gencr;,l
Gr;tha:ii, sup-l:.-ile.I1 l- theI Foot i-iar Duk,- ,.f (u'lnanti:hit -nuil tern L.btteriesof artillery,
nui.il.-'rineLy fiirtv-t\wo inu is with a .-uppjortin.' 1:i-
gadd:, the-ln theu ..oioniidl lirvi iou, the Hi-zhlaunders
bri'.ii& leialiiig the Iniliani *onti:'fnt, t1:i-so i'n
thbp -utlh sde :-f .thte l.unil, anl tih,: n -val hbigadf
on tihe r:ilwi.y and in the intoival ailvr'unrl.
Griet emui!*ti,,n w.as e-tin,.l by the- iginienti to
be the fir.t in tl,t en,.my'j wurk.-. All wvent at
the-ia straiglit. The Royal Irihli particularly diii-
tiu.n-ii-shing, itself by its d:bh an.l tihe lr.un.-r in
wldih it i Il:,ed with th i-rinemy.
Gee--rail Willi- i vc-.ry liitly nail (C'olonel Ricli-
aril sn- ve-y s.-v'er,-ly wounde.l-. Majo:,r C-'lilleanil
Lientenrinti Un.lderwo-u.l nial ..uiervilt:-, of the
Hi-shllm:! Li.-bt iufmnt,'y, .,V-te killed.
Oilf the Bl.t -kWit.i,'h' Lietir nttenut M:.I Nil was
kill-di au-l '.iptiu Ctinb.-rliu. l au-.l F.,x wire
wounded. G'-.uetial Ali.,n's ai>-d. -,.'iiip, C'apt-iin
Hutti.a, vs.' w voniided. Cil.'n-,1nl Struling. and the
tirt':lluof tihe C.l'lastrc-nam Gu.:td.s vere wounded.
C',:,'lu-el Bialfour, uf the Tre'nnidir G4utri-. w.,-
w.,i:nile,-l iu thle leg, uani t..- ,..l..,r e-r ,ge.int w i.s
kill.:-!.
Th i av.rlr- i- now ,u it. iimar-h to i,:llri. naul
tLhe In.li' ,.utit .-:' nt i- i.... it, w '.y ii Z1 i.'a i] to
Ine .:,v.-.. .! thi" ev rnil.t I,' the HiDs.rhLnld -:r;.sale.
Tlhr.:. li'.: nt:-ui.-nit- o :f the t':ri -iu on .H[iliN iii.l.:ri C are

Th. c-aunal i r-nut in .'ome pil,:.ie but sho railway
i into't.

('aptu a're of('aiiro--t urriender of .A rabl
Pasit--'Thie Var e-nd-d.
LONT.CN,, Spt. 15.--The Wiar Otiiee ha, received
t.hri followmin dilFprit-h from G,:eral Wolfc'li-y :
BLia..A S'rpt. 15.--I hlav,: jut .irrin-,d. General
Lori:- o,'. upie! Cairo ytite.rid.'y att--rijo..u. Alrabi
Pah'i ,-un. Tw.,uilla P-i't.ha have un' uderc-d unr.ou-
dlitionully'. Te>i: thousanl troui-s at C:tiio hlavE
lanil d, -uo the.-ir :,rras. The Pref'ect of IPilce has
und.:-rtjk:.-u to maintain order. Igo i'o I.. Cairo
at once.
A di-pat..h to the "Standard]" from Alexandria
-,y.-s it appi,-ars that K.:fr--l-Dwar h m ,not yot
li'.-ii' i..:ii ed'l. N ,-''otiti.i'in f lr it-:. ,o upa1 tiun are
x.--i .t. to 1..? i-.':l..iidl.-1 this oftor.inonu. The nu-
S_,u,_'iiint that thi.- Briti',h iLnd eInt? *ird th,, eaurth-
works v-erttrday wa q nuii.:oun:-ptin OnIly ic-u-
er&il.Y W'i..id andl Harmti:n role- in' v'ithi a .iall party
ill .-i.fn o iu.m U!t, of tfie diplay ot fla n uf true.
To.tilli Pa_-lht wau at Kafr-el-Dvw: chortly be-
lor.' hi" :---,'p.- to Ca'iro. Th.i -_. wh-.i I- left in
(;,Inih..u'l !t t] l":.rr .-r plaice w ,:r. .,-,-ln:.-i d t ,iat if
T'onll.. P.i-hli wih,-.i l tI .ii nrr.i,:'-iil.' h.- Iouiit mnikt!
Sul.lii.iii,,u to (f-t. oitlh Ie Y;ani, thlit the display
a.f a ri:.:f true didl un.t d 'iply c'.-re.'ti.u of lihcit l-
itii:-.
Imtn. Wand was re.o',.:ive-.l wthl t.-- i,:atist ci-
di:-lity vi, all rnks iat Kafi.,l-Iw:;r.
-ru. W'.Il:"--le-v lIris aniv, d iu (i.iro, whb nce he
ijr. s.eut th.- f,.low nlug' di-l'il ii t- :
t'.'rito e.,t. 15.-The n .r i- -ev-i. tn, no
in. r in-u i,-srn Eunglal.1, Miclhipu.,n Dis Cha-ir
I h.ae I,-en re'.iored here with opeu anlii's by all
(1"--. The .il.]i-.:r. t.,.- *_'hlnl ti ri'-tm a to their
li,-.-i-. Our rAv.iLry did "extriet'rely v'ell in thi'?
lou.-, forced march yesterday.
Aial.i P i-lI and T*ll:>a Pasha are botIh v-outi
ni-:.I lii our gL'uad ri-.miis. I will u:.t ciutt'e iuy
b-i,-- fmim Istualli: to Al ;.untdrla. Th- health and
.pirits ,f th.- tr. ,-.psa .--rx,-elle-ut.
Naotithstr,,linir the iollp-p of thl Egyptian
i.:l]ii..llt. cr.r : trtion', in tlhe Eng-uish cr.u.ials upi
to litdt uight s-r,:' uunt-lax,-d. Fith -rilers were
.ivu \en.t.irdav for aidditi'onral supplieri for Eg-pt.


A *i-,paut..-h from Tel-cl-Kebir rys 1,2.2'.t prli-,u-
,: t t' h t..er:u iilre.ily nmar:he-d .i:ck to .rii. li;.
Tih- .,ire-poudent at Zciazi-- if i the- Daily
N,2'w-" it.,irts that tele-graoi from:. thi,' Goverror
.,f B.uilav:-l.A ,-ai tu the (,'vc rn',i of Zrick., or-
diin h lilnm to cut the :auual aud flood tlc- ,..initiry,
h i-tI- ie intuhit,.e-ird Iy the Britii-h.
Th- DARil,' N' -ws' h-as the f'.llowing dispatch
fr...in Aikt.xndri :
**C ou. W l-.Ily has .- nt Y:twuh PaIiha, Arabi
P.titm'" liate 1 id.'-r.-Minisi : of WVt', to.. Kair-.l-
D)v.. t., .rra.-.n- for tihe tsurrenl,-r of that place.
M._l,-.,td,1 i'asli.i .awi"I h.a-< nO.t y' t been ar-
P-te-1. th:- uniidiriyv'iii..
S .-. tt.I is.* to Su i i d.r,
.AL'A.:ru-.',, .- ,pir. 13.-The Khedivo and Sir
Edwanrd Mak.lt, the P Biiti.-Al I.-,l Gei-: -ral, will
piro.r--:d to ('.i:c a- :uo.- .- -.- ro:,i. is i,,'-t. A ll
otterS 1;, a iil..lie- itiu nii l'. I. ui.t' J' tiJ e 1 K b.,iVe
noni,ia-1.lv, ibut L ,attiti.l .urrtudcr tol Ieu-ral
Wolekley.










BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


RIFLE ]MAT([1 A T &IWEDMO)uf.
THE flI121H r A&'T TUE AML rFICIV BY 170 rOrTN-..
VIie grmat international rifl% tute~t v,qultE-d on
le3 frii ins~tant, in a ,i~n4 ic.a .z he
~'!ri~~p'nri~ at tOvliag "I' : I V.'LO 1!:4 .
1-.0 Ijoin-?. ThE Brit i-!, 1'l 'tv -m I ipr.:Lao end

To friirtv.L 'rr xe .-' r t i.;n I',t-ttt them~t

LnatttLr of t.ij lI-ttor. bat nifty 41-,k 1j" id iu thti

''Cenio:r,'' in ouir u.xt.


BIR TH nu-iIP tt~ t Pitlir 0.Va in,tef ,
3ft. E RI 1ED,~ Lw Pk ..frWIN, (-liuc.l Wld r-1gh
r.iV I~~, 1.t iili lt i
t......~ II a iiLLn, ~~in CAl Tux~f ~- Wiontb,.
A. Tij E [h.~ Turksic u-.fN IX- all,Q Il' it



11%f rcIilUU t lj lU thilI,
MVr. Hon :J the P i:. WIi4 f.r l i:iiseiik
.:,~ouilai t rc '.x t heibsiled o ut I t1he irst ot
Jof to titult wc.. tihft, A-rftex~.twnJ'11of FortEL

A.Ttvas :- Etkj~ i fturk_ Tat.e,'iI.E ofpIul

DID on 231 wt -rditual itnt, Ur ldi I i.Ntif rt10h
soeaAU R .' E tO q-~-t.r0fw 1. lut, iup-, f22u -17st
of rtll ti tv,5 r. i-u utii ~Lr. At.tI
d.Arr. Hei vT 5 v anLUI : i for lI", J:iu-Tts I n, ayL1
oftoot tbut.~ vvieri. i mo .-vt h ex.v:'i t tio In oorlt.
pecoi .. th I.v I :1 ii 1.5 Cand i vhiS
wasrinc, al ~I..- lt'i t ftI t, ofJ. 'ho B'01r
v. ,t o iuplvJIht !;tN'11mi st Vw ; tret r]R






ofed3ie d iiy f.%tr. 27th.

31;VE~l : h.Ilv1".-lt :t? l 1-i.kSec 131,.0I.
Sept;"!!ber .25,S,11gre




Bei'miida il- intCL




ui'c I~aid 01iI id nf.,Q4t, it.lt V l

I'a a' -h-r.,ot
W.(1. (ll1 HUSSEYD.C,
'oySc. BI,.i*
Septembrer T5,'. 188'2.I





toTAKthu 1ei'i ii


ir vtic


Fruit !


Fruilt!


Just Arrivel per '" : 0:ii ,co"


Fre ..I I e
Grapes


'iclh(S


Puars


Apples

A R.'


September '25, 1_ 2

ON [-N


-~ '!~
'/-~*~ ii
'4


Willbe 1 e r-adv for ,delive ry
WEDNESDAY 27th.
NA ii.\NIEL VEEY.
Devonshice, Septimber 25, '.2. -- i

r s. H 0 D S DU0N,
Oflers tor Sale,


At. REDUCED PRICE-'.
Up Staiis.
.'7 Entrance at the Gate.
trepteu-ber 5t h. 1,4.--3

Thie )est is always the
Cheapest.

If HE LI\lIE supplied by the Un-
S dlerp'igned' is burnt from Pure Limestone
with Cedar Wuool annd is Warranted to bu a
first cIa-s atti,'le.
Orders promptly a tended to and deliveries
iade to any part i-_t the Island.
CHfAS. A. V. FRITH,
i631 i'joit Street.
-amiltou, 25th Septembei, l S2.-li m 3I

Secd Polatoes.


5t) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .V I(l t ~~ ~'eI) A iTUES


i-Li D.;'.t 1.


By Public Auction, Mechanics' Hall,
Under the 1 1 G S E D, IIHAMILTON.
On THURSDAY Next, Wednesday, Septr. 27,


~~~5~ jl. tnPikill1, E A I
toI yeua'.s INO'.i031: mio&.and 'lager NI'PS,)
B:% Iis %. V I T lE L
11 dfI- T l.
3W1) Lbq. Jam t iL-i u('lNG 1.!4
:3 *1.Eu gh WE
2 Day, 0 VN.

;2" Bonse I -IAW
M (C&A w~t.~~g) 53 HuM l,~P&e FRUITS

I -It IIEmPi PYIs v 1, E- hI



ALSO,
ir-rrs -vt"i -" ZN


~ ak, & AIINES'S.
11;e I 4 qu V iet jonitdiier twaddle or in
jh CARi'* PRIAGE is a Pfoni L D14IN;U C IT,
Au iid y uitt ivr 1.3001M)Sthat will app-.1r at
th.. --J
B. W. W AL KERIt&t'C!.,0
Auctwio I.t'-


NOTICE.


The


IUnldeni'sj-ed lhalbeen
st~ii~td i0 :SELL,l
At Public' Auction1.,


I n -


At 12'noon,
At the Building in Church Street, Hamilton,
known as
TIIE "' ZULVC firms, "
C L o sistg i T Parl' o
Consisting in Part of
--- ~ r 1 1 -- 2


r I AB 1 F> '.I R-
BE D -.TEADS


BEDDING, &e.


AND ALSO..
A Choice Lot -N, ') 1tI ,
of various kinl Is, aid of exctlleiit .uality.
W. J. H-EN EY,
Ahl i't1ioie.-:.
26th :'eit'.inb, r, I1 2.


S13S82.

SSacred1 COncert.

Under the Patronage of His Excellency Lieut.-
General T. L. GALL\VEY, Governor and
Comuiander-in-Chief.
The pioceeos or the C..nUcc-t will be applied
to the completiu(i of l.., St. George's N\vw
Parish Church.
Conductor.............W. T. TRoberts, Esqr.
, Organist ............... Toddin -'., Esqr.
Doors opl-n at. 7 o'eluck p.m. Conc.i Lto be-
gin at 8.
Tickets may be purchased at the Stationery
Store adjoining the Royal Gazette" Oftice.


ADMISSION.
Reserved Seats 3,' Gallery 1/
price.


PROGRAMME.
TE DEXIM ina F.


Children half


Aliwood.


INTERVAL OF FIVE MINL'fES.




A Sacred Cantata, by John Lloyd, Jr.


'CHARAC"TERt.
SA .11EL, the Prophet.
AMIRIAM, the Prophetess.
GOLIA TH, thul' Wrrior.
MY 11A TIRZA.
SAUL. the King.
IA IVID, the Harper.
WIT''CH OF ENDOR.
. ,, 'iv rr.. iI.
,L iers, .. Pn


SUiDJECTS.:-
Acr I-A KINo bOUOHT.
Sec.i :-Fir,.t-The .PeI-.p-le' Request. S coud-The Chi.-e uit S.aul. Seene
Third-S:tul Auuinted.
Aor II--S.xUL's REoJN.
S..eue Firt-t-Crowning of Saul. Sctne Second-
G,.li.ih Slain. SLi.ne Third-Sauil' arnd
Dahvid's Return. S.-.eue Fourth-
D.c;i'i I.,ft..re Su )l. ,:.:-ne Fifth
-- Siwu,-1' D,=-:,ith. S.eu- -
Sixth-VWtit-:i of Endor.
Seue .'. utih-Cloe-
in'. Ch,.,r-ues.
Rejoice tie Lord is King Taylor.

Nune Dinmittis, in F Attwood


f cpteimb r -', I\.-.

ESTABLISHED 1874.


t Pii ii A'uc-tionl x iiI


By Ordter'off thu ltCE.


.'I Ul ,; IU j 1t kt-


: ilcr :a N YCI i o' 1, ;I N J L11 d Djuohie Sol -, Tzi iu

fi 4 I ; ~ ~ k I, (ing S', Lt5:Ip~tilh. 1,Strawbutrny & ilasp-
i lhe I tl 1;1 berry Ade s, aud ochic- A' 1-~d anld Cat'-
12 aid hmv ~ '' -'boll:Leil Beverigv8 ; and i. n h ths tle
Ct- i,, n,-, Ii~' ~b~,st ofSodat, Aera1ted anudid;el tzit Wter
At -I i. b ur ~ '~'i t Ii i I, -~I:kS`., 1I P 10 (lW~i t ,6113 us of Soda rind.
Aj P1i" e 4fAeratedil Waters, &ac., 'z e.
P. sv The above Ades w'il be kept c-onstantlty
F~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~A ftmaIt iiL ..iv-ort oIu.u jihand, ill CODD'S Pliteut Alobe Nupliel
huitt e-I i t 1 lllty-dn sq .Vn'I l b: itl hcc, BctI--: an-1 ally-other kind of Bottlhe Nvill be
'Ta ~ 1 4 L' ijLt. -i tIa-:Filled to 0i der. TLx, vh- oIO.iuU- t.
Eli4 ;i. I ll 'uilt:ii ,v a .i-i-np.ll qm r 1h.-i made to Otrder at tao nh;uieslt Ntiue:
Jkd,m .11. Wiall onlic Souqth i:14JW.,!/ Ill 'a -.1 ?INE APPLE, 011 NG E, PEAR,
f r-orytit'rlvi, 2114 JI-''tuoa, deo'e- ;;..f, wtd PEACH, ROSE, VA1NILLA, TONNIC,
lif- Of vtIaLt illi elit- .Cuap;iti'.11 Pet!Ler J0600t1i, IBEER, BA3NAN A, (GRA PE, PEP-
ii*~~~ iOtVa'irrH)'he S:6i ','1 it PulJE1MINT, COFF EE, CHOCOLATE,
111.1 be huluo led or (ll2 it)10 1k desoitbed-, ii -
lzetiae r %%tli thtie uti aini .edei
I T--------- .r.!sb


1 "- -iLIS Of Dtlltt.L -"
'h. reoni crre.ed,anid tin- \ 1 ppi 1 teaiW 1.
JOHN FOWLE,
tiioto er.


N oti e.

WlE U indersignted ros ectfullv re-
quest lniporte-rs per New York Mail
Steamer, to PAY THEIR FREIGliTS as
early atter the, i ecipt of Goods as possible.
Delays have. rendered this request a neces-I
sity.
I'R.OTT & COX,
Agnts Qvi.i.,. S. S. Company.
Hamilton, Bermuda, p
September 26th, 18s-2.
"Royal Gazette" only, twice 3d page.

Early Rose POTATOES,
from [lalifax, N.S,
r mHE -U~dei i si j: ,Id-xpt. their usual Supply
S of EARLY .O-'E POTATOES by return
of the R. 8. 8. S Alh:ia," due- hr.re ou 2ath
in..'tur.


ailtuth Be, tinti2. I


('OX.


V.lit- F ICANi': i:I:' : i hit s l
dal. .' %% I I tS*leet n; !- r ocI bt


Joll-INTHJ1IS. FVUBLER,


!x I t,- In I. e


L.Le .uuOScLter wi OLIusL e LLu tt LLienutu uo
the inhabitants of Bermudati and others, to the
fact th:it he has continually vIlvanced in the
iuprovemat oii hik Mainiluuiacture, and wishes
to ilIfori tlPm thiat hL v l ill be able to supply
tlhui with rat Iuch CL.-atr and Superior
.l-veriagL. than ha.- -eve.r been onered to the
Public, a.i he expects by every steamer suih
Machinery from Euglund anl Amorica that
Swill ,-i.able himi to :uiply the Largest Quaun-
iit[y and a Uit lrio'n r il--verage as any other
SEstablishment uci uas arC iin the Busiitess in
Berviuud'L), and at a ini:.hu cheaper rate.
fHe begs to olli'r his .inctre thanks to the
uboiv for their Libe-rl P.tronago during the
past, -ight years, and respectfully solicits a
contiut.muince of thie s. ue ; for they will always
find Butrrtt's Beverage- to the Test.
batisfactiou given, or money re-
fti ided(
tSpecial attention given to A..L ORDERS, and
delivered at the 'lhort.est Notico at ani time
or plie.
Particular attention given to Orders from
Clubs, Hotels, Boauiding Fiouse,, Pic-Nics,
Balls, Diuneis, Evening Parties, &c., &c.
Special toeTis to Canlteeais, and Military
1 Messes and Large Consumers.
TERIMS, .I c., uldt, known on application.
Te.timonials .iven from Aledicail GentlmUien
and others.
On and after the First of October, 188.S, my
. EstftblihmLuJent will be I:Atowi muide:r the mliU.t
Sor JOHN BARt:iITT & CO.
All Orders should' be addressed to


JOHN J'%l.k.RlTT &- CO.
J3atlwietw/a, -':1 raled JV~alerst,
Eas.t Br~ud'ac v ay 2t1I iLtorip. "trvet.

LI'T (--F UNCLAIMED) LETPLR7' IN THE
IUu6i FmdK 13iiqu.' Gay td,'' :tbr Golilet.
Ciy" A Mcht:ieu, Wihtar. Nta'muria Lyditj
'iuo r.Mrs '1uLri~tiiouii, chr. I- Willitflbaw athil."


New York .'Wail Steamer.

THlE STEAM.hER


C APT -N N PR I *SER,
U Viii leave the Po~rt of -ifniltoni
FOR .AE If-YORK,


At 3-30 p.m.,
O-N THURS0D.i Y,
:27tli --h -.tpember,
To leave Ihence for Return on Thursahty, 5;:h
Proximio.
Parcels and "lerie on Freight will be reee've-d
until p.,,., "' ,i Dejday, the 2t6tb .elprt.
Flrtig ht wi;l he eeeiv~d until 001oo l on Thlurs--
dlay, ,7,d iili. of' Lading will be signed uitil I
p.,. ,.f lhat d..y.
'is e',iger .'-tuge will be roaiOved at 3 p.m.
Thurisdy, 27th .*vlt.
TR OTT COX,
A genta.
liamiilton, liermuda, 25th Sept., 1882.-1
Colonist once.


Notice.

An Emergent Meeting of the Share
holders of the
Hamilton Co-operative
A.sSociation,
W ill be held, ii their Ilall,
On Thursday Evening,
5th October.
By Order of the President.
IAI. H. 7T. JOEL L,
Secy. II. C. A.
Hamilton, 25th September, 1882.

Southern Fertilizer.

Persons desiring to purchase


Vomin the Under.,ig'ed, and Persons wh ) have
engsag.d tio same will please apply during the
curi'nit twe.- k, Ir.in Wednesday, the '26thl inst.
TROTT & COX.
I Inilit,-, Itertnuda, 25th Sept., 18\ 2.- 1

Colonist once.

Notice.

The Undersigned hlas just o:i..ed ,a
fireshi Slpply of


',' '. ,r: per S. S. "" O r::,, ,," V.,. :-
Si !' a ". : -
U. : - ,. .-
: k .. : ,' .. i .. i .. ,
i,. .. ,' "- : -T .,.. >.,.
F ) i'L 2t LI ,: .-, .-. -
i', .,A .. e.


AVti.

e s I I.
J. HR RIT T.


I hamillitot, epiemhbr il2-

Notice.


Just Received ex Stair. Orinoco"
FRESH FRUITS,
PlAGHES lEl1E 1E \{. Pl..U :,i
A PPLIr E;',s
CHAS. T. CONYERS,
Ir%, 9 ,VeA t Fro-nt .Scrc. ,
Ilamilton, Septenier e- :, IS2 1

SEED.

My ONION SEEl) (Red & White)
Ias arrived per Oliuoco" ail will 'o ready
for delib. ry (IN TI'i'LUt.SIAY Y
Tormiatn, Beet and other S '. 1 DS on haid.
F. K. OUTEI{I-BRIDGE.
11lamiton i'ari-Sh, ':tli :)it., ISS2.-- 1

Early Rose POTATOES,
Selected especially for Seed.
The Undersigned wilt re,.eiv< ti oani H;iiftx per
.retonmer Alpha" due on Friday, 29tli instant,
250 Bis. Pink Eye" Early Rose


Tit' only kMild suitable for ila tiiug.
AL-SO,
The usual supply of Choice Table
PO 'ATOES,
At lu. p Sic, !ur C;! .-.
W. T. JAMES,
4'. I r ,ilt -treet.


hilniinijlc, 2'50t ,epLo,t b, r, I Si",~.-1.0


F'or Rent,





r. -ek! V t-


AY :!.,I. 1t1 I!.


NOTICE..

T ENDERS will be received at the CoLON(AL
SuRVEYoR's OFrcE up to Noon of
Saturday Next, the 30th
Instant,
From Persons desirous of Contract-
ing for the renewal of the
Spars and Rqf/fing of
the SIGNAL STAFF,
at Mount Langton.
All Material to be found by the Contractor.
Forms of Tender and all information may
be obtained at the above )fflle. daily, between
the hours of tun a.m. and one p.m.
The Bo, ARD oF WORK.s :oes not bihd itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
J. H. M. RAE,
Colonial Surveyor.


S eptembier -23, 1882".!

Notice to I'uhiIc Crefdit-
ors.,


Colonial Secretary's Office,
25TH I EPTi MBER, 1882.
I LL Personis giving )R.IAND i against the
Public 'T'reasmry for services orstspplies iu-
tho'rised by Law and which have heretafir been
paid by the PFiiilicTre.siit:ry iri viri eu orfueh legal
autthority, are hlitrea y ieqiirel to )teider their
respective Accounhs-ia dupilicate-duly vouch-
ed and certified and miade up to the 30:h day of
this present idiaoth 0'f September, to 'Pot: ICLERK
Sof" Her MtIjezt''s Counicil,
On or before the 8th day of October,
S"Ac 'ct.
I The Committee of the GENERAL ASSUMLTY,
appointed under the authority ,,f the Act entitled
" An Act to provide for the quarterly Auditing
and payment of the clains of certain Putulic
Creditors"-are ieehliy required t mnieut be-
tween the 8th and 13th davas of uhe said month of
October, and the Committie of teie .EGISLLATIVu
CouNCIL, Ietween the 8th and 16th days of thl
s.iAile nonLth o taiudit and pass schi counts.
Salaries of Public O 4lieers atid Anmuit ints are
not albected by this notice.
: By His Ercellemucy' Command.
CAVENDISH BOYLE,
1 7Colonial Secretary.


For Sale by Tender.


REAL ESTATE
In this Town.

L OT NUMBER NINETY THREE of se-
cond Longitudiial Street, of tbi. Town,
which Lot luturies 50 fre'"t on its Northern
aud ou-n-ru siqj-s, and l..1 ,:-e on its Eastern
and Western sid.K ioepe.e:ively ; it lies imme-
'BLt-:ly .V~,orth or the Prtai.qes occupied by the
Cournissiatiat Lep[i-ttaiiut, and is bounded
N'ort,,ri. by Lot No. ;; (one of the Lots em-
brai.-el on iho-te -.:niuis ; Easterly by Lot
:,'. 'i ; ,'i'tho ri,', by ibe ~-i% l second Longi-
ti.tinal .tretf, also, cil'.:d Reid Street, and
; i.''rly by il,ot No. i4.
Tenders for the above will be re-
ueived by tuie Undersigned until 12 o'clock,

On W wednesday,
The 4th day of October.


Does not bind himself to accept the highest
or any Tender.
J. GREEN.,,.DE,
r f.st Broadway.
Hamilton, S.pt-emL.i .'. -2 .p

AP
In Sandy's Parish tfo' Sale by Order
o, ttw. Mi (t;agee.
A P ..E OF LAND estima-
-,-, ,, i ,, (.:t1fi i '.it,t I aci-c, boln id.-
ied on tih .\ot'ii ',y Land ir-.'rly of rThimuas
H Yi r': ;,b, :d o, 1o !.i ';. Mary Biay; oin tie
; Ea.t by L-.i:l nl til; I-irs ,I !)evis,-s of Lydia
St:ook, deiv-' ; o I.e Soudh by Lnii of the
r i'a or i)evi,eers f(!r l i [ ia er.i.,, ,*l1 e'i dl,
:i...! uil ie ( 'ct |.'uy I, i'J Ia 'sdu or a ie r f i, obert
.Cl i i'ra J..,Pi,igsf 'I',.cke.-, or lohowever o'her.
wi.e the said I acrl\ >.i La-ai ',ay ho boundedor
oniit to be de.-ci 'ed; together with tile

* I 'eling lHouse
Tl'i-reon eitcled, ,ud ilhe Appurteuances, now in
the o.cup:ti, .i f .,ir. Edward Albert Siijth
(jLbeit, and to'j b soil, sulj.,et to the poesibili-
tv of l)D.wer liheitin of J ne Gilbert, the wile uf
tihe said Edward Albert Snitli Gilberr.
EI' NDE|l for the above Property will be
received by the lnienrsiguied uail 30oon of

THURSDAY,
121, October, pr(x.,
Th e M,.r..agee will not he 'bound to accept
he hgigce: ur *\ Teuder.
M. S. HUNT,.,
For the Murtgagee.

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN TIJE
POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 23rd Sept., 1'42.


eorge Alden, 'H.F Lurtchb, -W-t 1 -ak Buh
I'Pt.t Boy,' T B Bean, Uc~oige K~ffin Bbrqua
"BcLIvue,' $awuel lBurebal, salmaore tQhurso, Baik
"'ii piar," Etundy and Crouise, llobert.J Cooper,
S5 ut', D Doug!aas1Oai AlexxuderstyeW. .i hp "Dal,"
D 6",ila.S~.'1.. 1, Dili, ;." -cnlmrJoze do
'' F: oi~tm, UWiaisi hnin Julia F. Griffiti, Alex Floff,
A Jioe~ff, Rie'no J P Jrauc-., miis B 31uiamn, John111Me-
Aiws), Henry Mdirka a& C).. 'Ibuints Nugent, Mar-
o* I I tj. Vinuraic~. nke4, Adol'. utri-ubiide, Francitseo

I J'' t~'itA with, Capt I! All Carnpling
:i St. d~ il~l ~o u o uU Silvoil's.
: : DBea~;h Willis A.
MIQ El~z t%:oekc6Ai. ~Jai vimgm, Howieuit-


- ---------- ---- a


I


1,


opiels, dc.


11


I


zep.'umer -.jI, looli.--- LIU


j


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I








BERAMUDA ROYAL


G-C.RAZETT--f-'


For Sale.




Price 10 Os. Od.
Apply at Royal Gazette" Offi<
Septr. 18th, 18.".


NOTICE.

For Sale or Hire.
A Superior Horse Donkey perfect-
ly Harmless and Quiet.
With a uew style
Carriage and Harness.
The same would suit a Lady or Invalid.
Terms Moderate.
Please apply t.)
HENRY T. DYER.
Hamilton, September 5, 1b.2.

The Liverpool & London
AJD GLOBE INSJiR-
ance Company.
HE- Undersigned having been appointed
.- Agents inBermuda for the above Com-
pany (one of the leading Offices in Great Bri-
tain and of -16 years standing) are prepared to
offer protection against FIlRE at Miodcruat
Ratis.
The Annual Report of this Company sub-
mitted at the last Gener..I Meeting in Liver-
poolin May, showing Divi.-end then declared,
with many other interestiung tatisfics, the
Undersigned will le pleasc-ie to show to any
one who may apply to then. at their Office.
J. H. TIMIN(tHAM & SONS.
Hamilton, Bermuda,
14th August, ISS2. J

Horses, Carriages and
Carts for Hire.


piHE Business heretofore carried
on by THOMAS HARVEY will on ac-
count of his rectiit personal injury be, at
present conducted by
EDWA.RD J. LIGHTBOURN.
Church Street, Hamilton,
September 9th, lSb2. J
'JS~ ORDEIRS-in the above line
left with either LIonrlTBOUN or HARVEY will
meet with prompt. attention.

Seeds! Seeds!!

Just receivedd at C. II. Robinson's
No. 45 Front Street, a fresh supply of

Garden SEEDS.
Also-, Received per Schr. Maggie" tfrm
Ilcrlicee, a few Bags SIupeiiur Quality
C 0 F F E ,
whic-h may be oitliiiied'at a Ihw rate.
llamillh n, Id ., 15th August, 18.2.

Removal of Barbering
EstablishmIient
From Queen lo Front Street, Up-
Sstair* Orei, 4Yo 47.

THE Undersigned in thanking,
the Pu-',h andl :I:e I. l, ita'.r e::t-raly
for the libt c..I Ip:;tr..,g : th'.y have o.,*'-:.icd
towards him,'lf pe b lyw .rri.-t ,iten i I j i- I'.
ne-s at his NEI:'W E;. I ABLISillINrI, Fr til
street, :l.pst in i ver No. 4;, to .et .t ,-
ti.-uance otf *s le .
FRED !,RI'.'K J. JA ME;
H zi'ailton, Jul I 'si-, '.


Complete ah.u res fo.r
.Berm mda.
-." -
GEORGE B. FORh ESTER having ar.alyzed
several qualities of Bermuda ioil, i.. pr.-
pared to furnish a CUMPLETE MANI :E,
suitable to the several crups grown in these
Islands.


Potato,
Tomato,
Onion,
Beet,


Strawberry, &c., &c


A tiial is solicited. /
Full directions will be given to each buyer.
Prices furnished and orders taken by
HENRY A. SMITH.
or, OEO. B. FORRESTER,
Manufacturer, 16.1 Front Street,
New York.
gamillter, August 15th, 1882.-3 m.
QILVER Watches from 60/' to 7. 'Gold
'.i Watches froaie to 20). at Chi,'a. All
Warranted.

For Sale,
A A BROWN


Sold for no fault, only too small for the
-Owner's use. Will exchange for a larger
Horse.
Terms made known on application to
JOHN BARRITT.
Hamilton June 12, 1882.


S1NOTICE.


BURCH & WHITE%
Having opened a
-j Boot and Shoo


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


FOR SALE.

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


Quiet in the Saddle and Harness.
For further particulars' apply to
CAPT. SELBY SMrITH,
Th,e Royal bisih Rifte,
Prospect.
Between 11 and I.
Septr. 19, 182.

Imported for a Society.

12 ervy Fine Bl,:'k Broad Cloth

u Frock Coats,
Wair'iiinted well-ade, latest Enuliih style, and
the l-t,.t .r. bi %o% n.


12 Diagonal


- AND
Frock
make.


Coats, same


Th''lu ahuve wc i' inp'i, t.'d Ily specidi order, but
the parties that gave the order now say that
thvwant lorriiii CCo.it, not Frock Coats-
hence we deriIe to Clear Out the same at a
liarg in, in the next ten days, if not sold by that
tine they will be reshipped.
J. H. OBRINSOA 8. CO.,
SThe Clothiers.

The Emporium, 47 Front Street.
Juue 27, 18S-2.

Protect the Family.

It is Mhe d1dy offevtry man rich or peo,, who
has created a io, om% to make some provision
oga;nst the inevituble, fi.r those who are dpei.
dent on him. :

THE MIIUTUAL
RESERVE FuiD) LIFE As-
sociatio0 of New York.
E. B. IARPER, President.
P ROVIDES a perfect indemnity to holder&
of Certificates at the lowest cost consistent
with the greatest possible security.
The system embraces an equitably adjusted
Reserve Fund and the mutual p!an so succeees-
fully operated in England where similar Life
Associations ae still flourishing that have ex-
isted over 150 years.
All surplus and net earnings nccrue to mnem-
bers only.
The new businesseof this association approx-
imates two and one half million dollars per
month, which demonstrates the great populiiily
of the Reseive Funil" system, and is an earn-
est that this Arsociaiiou will eclipse all l.ire
Organizations in eheapntss of ct,.t. ina number '
of' Members, and in volume of Business, a,,n is.a
guarantee of future permanency mand stability.
Its Pillars of Stretigth are a Reserve Fund,
Graded rait.s, Se;ect-d riskl, 'I'untine e-,ternu,
.\n op:,; L-..ler, inid a Tru ,t Co(mnpay
Applica ions received fioim : .i i_ s i' 15 ti
6i15 )ears, and every inftori t.ijntm turn hdiil by
W w. HYLAND,
S.4:.,e;,t for Berauda.
Elamnining Physician,
DR. PARK B. TUCKER, M D.,
... .. u, ilt o n .
St. Geonrge'>, Ist Sept mimer, !MS.--4

J. AL. McN ei & CJo65,
61 Front St',.ut, 65


A\re ready to take Ordlert, lor Gent's
White (Dress Shirts,
Measure taken and Fit Gii:aiiited.
ALSO,
A Large Assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
All of tile lItet designs.
Samrnpli o,- li.s,~rs, ['or reference to fit apply to
J. M. McNEILL & CO.
I mla ilton iugust :29, 185v.*

For Rent,


fu immediate possession to an approv-
ed Tenant,
A COMFORTABLE
DwvellingHouse
SWith about 6 acres of L-:.' : --ar Walsingham.
Apply at once to
J.Si. 0. PEAISTOA;
Jackville. Hamilton Parish


Portland Gemnent. Real Estate'in Hamilton


A few Casks (4 Bushs. ea.) of the
above, for Sal,. by
J. H. TRIIINGHAM & SONS.
Hamilton, 1 Pth Septcinbeb-r, 1S.82.
pIANOS and Organs sold on the Instalment
Plan at E. T. Child's.

STONEHfA VN HOTEL.
The Proprietor of the above Hotel
baring gone to still further alterations has
now Opened
A Public Billiard Room,
And respectfully solicits a share of the Public
p.a tronage.
.Reid street, Hamilton, August 14 1 682.

Bermuda Veterinary In-
firmary,
REID STREET, HAMILTON.
THtEODO!S F. OUrERiI lDGIE, D.V.S., Re-
sidelnce, ii omt on,
E.i, l '\ ...i.!< R, D.V.f., id, ne.-, iram-
iltot PiP ish.
WVillvisit St. (eor,e'., Professiir allyon Fue,-
days--.'rfiri at (. Spurlinig, 1 sqr's.
\\ill i. ia, om ir-e i t ijd :-'. -
el d, "[. *. rnil et.: -' Iid:.y .

Notice.
TIiltE U'![ i0 [ 1,SI(;NEI'1 : I
Has Just Received from En.land, a nice Lot of
WHITE



i ..Aing of
UPS SAUCFI.S PrI.VTfE-
S. u ME ahe T'P.S &.. SAUCRS
MU(;.-, BOWL Bl llootm StTN
Fetdii.g i('LPS Il:I)i'ANS
, EgtLUP.S, &e., &ec., &c.


ANOI FiOM1 Ni..W Y(;iK
By Las' "tea',,er,
II tMS SHOULDERS It \CON
IUT I'ElI M \CKEl-'1I, BiF.:1
PORUK OxTO.MAoI., &-., e,
JO -N BArttIITT,
F-st Broqdway & Victoria Sts..
tilamilton.
Au u," 21, 1882 .. .



* Horses, Carriages and
Carts for Hire.
The Underrdgned having a fit out in the above
Line-Uai riuges Cowi'oi table, Ilorses Quiet and
Drivers steady, respectfully sli.its a ,h-bare of'
the Public P'iatri'iiage
JOHN 0. SIMONS,
Near the !{ectiy, Paget.
July 24, 18:3.-6 m
Coffee driakers should r.:i-d thO advertisement in
another column headed G6', .,',.. -
----------------

Robt.G. Lee & C(o.,
C'omnisa.ioz '-iercha nt ,
J2 d I.SURAVCE BROKERS,
18 Leadenhall Sree, *
AND T I L.L nDS, -
LON, DON, E.C.
Personal attention driven to Co'sig ilciients of
Bermuda PItODUCE and the filling of Kar-
mudia, orders.
April :iU, 18A1.


aud New '1ork.
SPAIN, IIELVETIA, HOLLAND,
EG PT. THE QlIEEN, DENMARK,
ENWGLA.ND, ITALY, CANADA.
ERIN, FRANCE. GREECE.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line compri esu
TWELVE of the large-st steamers b belonging
to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
ing the port of New York. They are built en-
lirely of iron and steel, except the merely de.
corative parts, are divided into water-tight
and fire proof compartments, and provided
with everything calculated to add to th,-t.ir
safety, and to the comfort and, convenience of
passengers. The saloons and stateroorus (all
on the main deck) :.'ie unusually large, light,
and alty. '16h table and general appoi~nt.
ments compare tavourably with the best hotel,
in England.
One of these steamers will sail from New
York every Saturday, for Queenstown and
Liveipool. and wtekly for London direct, fiom
New Pier 39 North Rie-r. RRates of passage
in currency : --To Quteenstown andl Liverpool,
,0() to $7 1. To London direct, (Victoria Docks)
$.50 to S 60; excursion tickets 3 t.ti. currency ;
Sleerage passage '2,J, currency. For further
particulars aprly to the Company's Offices,
Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Broadway, New York.
F. W. J. HURST,
Mi"n.iger.


New York, January 27, 18-2


J iune .0 It.'.-tt-T rTHE assort.meut of Silver Jewelry, conr.istinm,
of Brooches and Ear Rings, Brntclelts.
(iHILD'S Jewelry "tore is iHead Quattelrs Eunlish and Cooley liangles, Lockets, Nick-
or Waltham Watches in guld or silver els, Studs, "leeve Buttons, and Vest Chains
* taaies, &c., at Child's. Was never more complete.


Parish for Sale.


A Dwelling


And Parcel ofL' L .-P .,A 9, (eon-
taining Three A:.'re.-. Two Rods and Ten
Perche.,. more ,r lr-ss, in Hamilton Parish.
Boun.led Easterly by. Lands of the Widow of
th-? late Anthony 'iamuel Trott. Southerly,
on'the? Sea. Westerly. by Lands of Robert
Penistou, and Northerly on a Pond or Salt
Water Like, commonly known as "'North's
TP'oid:l." The Land is intersected by the new
Military Road. which runs quite near the
Dwelling Ilouse. Price moderate Apply
ORMOND T. MIDDLETON.
14th August, I -.


William James Heney,
A UCTI O.N E ER,
Shipping and Commission Agent,
Queen Streer,
I) Un!l,'l ),V ** E 16 B '.I1U[DA.
Pro mpt tenltia give to i co(.n i ur ,,ts.
P'-Auetiu l Wednes.Iays ;n:,1 Frilovys.

.Re 1eivin1g per t Orinoco,'
FR O. LOD DOjN,
i At Royal Gazette" Stationery Mtore,
SA few Tins- ,'t'i ', llD-k'own%

Horse Condition P 0 WDER.
II:iiiilti n, Sept. I*', 1l.3 2.


P',teclion ni'ainst Fi" .',
AT !it' .,0.T E.f.lATE iE,' [
t..n beobiaiuei. from the
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO .C3PANY
of Lndon,
iue orithe longest Establiihed and WV'althies
(Iffices in Great Britain.
Through the IlS lNCH OFFICE in these
I d.d, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Dulty, a very considerable item.
li.KS taken both on REAL amid PERSONAL
PR,) w FRTV forE3,, or 12 moulhs.
No V'PESSandi no CHA.ItiE for Pu',;.s.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,
e Ant.


timmilton, Neptembter~tlh, 1856.


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For Sale,


A House and Lot,
In the Town o/ Hamilton,
FOR SALE.
For P.I i(. ulnar.s 'eai o nLI,pl% t..
R. D. DARRELL, ESQ.
';i 't' ... N .:, r. -. 1.

Lime Lime Lime!!!

L1 I E Tn.iriit with Cedar Wood
and Coal, can be preircas1 :it lhe Ki!n
in this To'%na from one bushel tI 25 at 9d;
for all orders ov.-r 25, special) arr ,ii a.nienIs coI
be made,
On application at 'at Royal Gazette" Otllice.
Hamilton, .lay 15ih, Il82.
tC" Arrangr-ments for delivery to any part
of the Island tan al-o he made.

e~~llDGOFFgE


Everybody wants it, but very few get it
because most people, do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these difficul-
ties has -be-eu our study. Thurber'.s pa'-k-
aet- oft'-e are ;,.>le:teil by aan expert w'ho
understand the art of -blenling various
flvcr-,:. They are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is iiiiossible to roast
\\ll' in s'La1ll ,iuantlities'i. then put in
poti ,.l pa,:ka a:z-, ('in //, t,.n. ,,..t .,r,,,,d,
b,:at ius, otl '.i it,,li, ,'.-; :. I u'itma ti-';, ,'if
geiiniu inin N.1, i.l :.], p :.-' k : .' t ins t heL
'ib hurber meip. tr r l.king ,o.o t e',:,i;?. WP,
iit:kt ,o0k H-'I,'hu, 'b h 's e -," -trong0
Uan' pun -iL lrl; Thurh .-r's '" N' o. i-1i, mild
anil rich. One or the' other will suit every
tastLt. They have th- three great points,
9o.,1 ,luij t li/, h,,. tln fityl, r..es,.-wd. 1
}ri' JJ. ..:Q !our .r,'*r .rr Thrtlr's
rou tld ( ff I r / ",, 1,', ,.. s, .\ 34"
or No. -41." Do not be put offt with any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what. is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the Ieal" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest cofft'e-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectt'ully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and C'offee
Roasters, New York.
P.S.-.As the largest. dealer, in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to mantttacturre only ptri and
wholesome goods and pack them in at tidy
and satisfactory manner. All goods
bearing our name are g-naranteed to be
of superior quality, jpart, auni ,i-holru.o.e,
and dealers are authorised to refund, the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
and consumers to use Thurbers' brand.

Cricket '1 Bats


BALLS and T0 JP'
Selling at, 11. .UCED iA ES
at the "Royal Gazette" taitioin-y' Store,
(Some BA TS,' half price)


SELF CU R A T I V E S
ADAPTED TO ALL FARTS OF THE LODY

Dr. Brian's Electric Bells.
-FOR THE CURE OF-
Chronic Nervous Diasies, Nerrous DebLility, Phy-
sical Prostration, Brimn Tiioubles, 'iralysts,
Spinal Complaints, Liug fiisorde;s, Impot.ney,
Liver Cornplainls, lDy)yp.p.ia, Rheumdttism
Headaches, Female 'ormplairtc, Premature De.
oay, etc

NO MEDICINE IS liE.,ES3ARY.
THIS wonderful discovery in the application o
Electricity enables the sufl'frer to give scien-
tific attention to his own case in accordance with
Nature's laws. Tle belt actl, by aid of the heat
and moisture of the body an.i evolve continuous
currents that infuse the syritem with the vitalizing
element until 'he di-ea.?. ia overcome, and a re-
cuperative process esrabliebed.
The Electro-Magu.tic Curreat, as evolved by Dr.
Bryan's appliances, strengthens the n rvous system
give f'otre to ute braia aud li-,getiV'e function, re-
store l,)st or i-r.p.diied power of baly or mind
whether at sing ir..jn .:1,: oW* inupruder'e, sickacss
or old age.
lllustr.ard PF ul,.1t, gi .ug, ll pinrtic U rs, eDnt
on application. (.ud,:r-" received ibrou-4h any re-
span.ibl l- .,',t is.i oii hi.n,,-, r'.1 i,, orneiniig sind
Ilc.'.urL lino i.J Is ee ,i. I. i it i at .- he u.%t ..j o! LhLC
2otn',la.nt, and a suh able apr.,ii Ca will be' set iit
,di. ,-\iddrezp :
-ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO.,
117 r, 1'r;i -r, N .V V I,.K E. I
TIME IS M%. NF.Y.
CHILD can supply you with a reliable Clock
f- o 't o t.) '15. All Warranted.


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2b 6 5 58 5-4014 6 TJ2
27 ~ t-15 59 5 :39 1.5 7 .311lifzI, ct 14th due.
:3 ti 1 6 0 5 3 i31116 8 l1 Eug.i14fril via Hal-
;19j W-rj 6G(0'i5;6' 17 A Ii9e/ 6 la ay-
.3 1S- Xf3Otat 1 5 I5 3.5 18 9 511
16' 2 4:-1.9 0 4-21 th7/aftl T, It' ly
1 ) 3 5 :33 121), 1 1 30c iumrrA'fAstize.
FuHl.Moun '27 day.,t12 hour. imiueA.
I- f Ln1 8 a ir; Ii. iU. .1,,slA
ovm'r~v TLCc ..m D ~ON. hl-.i r s,
I-'-u~re.'!Ct~m t.b u eu '"t, .-. k *llmi


'I -jC.'AV


64:0.GL iOYLL a -mmN, VA rt -nd, aer


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Notice.

TO prevent any misconstruction obtaining
S through my advertisement, in reference to
Bills outstan'ling tor Goods had from my
Store. I decIm it advisable to State definitely
that ithie .i h;a. noi ref..-rence directly or in-
|lirectly to any I-El'~r..n exc-e, t those owing for
( oods.
R. H. DUERDEN.
Hamilton, August '21st, is12.




GUION LINE

United laires JoIail Steamers.


CALLiN G .1' QUJEN.''T"\'VN,
I.E\V_; NNE, V0 1'14K

WISCONSIN Truesday;, Sept. 5, il-3;) a...
.-, L KA 12, 4-00 ).,.
%VY MiN1 1" N19,, 9-30 a.nm.
\R IZO:4 2.6, 4-00) p.m.
SBY '>SINI Okct. 3, 10-00 a.m.
VI.AOC.'.%SIN 3, 3-30 p.m.
.LA S .%'A 17, *'U0 a.m.
S :,- .', ve Steamers are built expressly for
t.ie Trode, have live watertight bulkheads, and
carry Ox\pericuced Oflieers, -Surgeons and Sten -
ar:!eises. The S.louo AI'ccommouations are imn-
'irpas:-'ed by aryv Atlauiit Steamers. ,nd the
' state i-d'o>uiL! alt' ,1i i'Lfi.i dcl. o penirg into tie
..'l.oi thr, seeuring that great coiil'ort i1n
. vean travel, ptrfi.cl v.ailiatiuor and light.
Smoking Roomn, BiatIh liom and P'iano on
.o a hl S tea "ler.
The U. SM. ail S-eameir Orinoco" from
!',eruIab,T ,ursinys, 'encrallyarrives at New
s ork on Monda-s, a,and Pna :'.ger s' ba;.,ae can
be transferred direr to !,e Liverpioofl >t.ntfer
-ailiiy ue\t day.
WILLIAMS &.GUION,
Ageute,
29. Brca way, New Yoik.
New York, ATigTist 24, 1I82.

ELECTRHATY IS LUFE.




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