Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00094
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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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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B E R U J D A. The Bill entitled "An Act to continue the Sub-
b-|idy granted by the New York Steam Communica- ai.e
Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative tion Act 1877," was read a 3rd lime and palset.
Council. The Rule regarding the passage of Bills being *
Tuesday,. 2th September, 1882.-Pureuant to ad. Isu'pnded, Ilh Bill emitlAd "An Act to amrend the Fruit ruit
journment the House met. J Jurors Act 1881I," ws read a 1 l time and passed. -
Preent.-isa Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice The Attorney General moved that a Cotmmlttee .itt \rrivMd pe' :O'inco
President- i be appointed to examine and lepoirtia the accounts Fresh I ealhes PetrIs
So Ja-ne s rucker, Reur. Gen., His Honor the appointed Mr. R. J. P. -l Grapes A pp! ;
0.s. Tucker,' e. SeDarrell, Mr. Wailsia andl Mr. C. Peniplrtn 'ir thJit THO 1IPSOJV
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Sety. Th torn el ne ed a serviclveproe. Queen Street.
The Resolve providing a Sum for Repairing the viding for the Care of Pilotage Buoya and IBeicons, September 25, Ij O. .
Furniture f. the Government House belonging to which was read a Is, tim'.
theColonyT. he Bill toamend the R. e0nue Collection Acd ) D. T 0 N
And, was real a ,econl titn, lid .' catrnmiittei. 1 0 K D1
The Rlesolregranting a Sum for making a Road Mr. S. A..Maslers in th. Chair. O fio'S fO! Sale,
no lead from the Public Road newi Ihe residence lit Claus3 agreed to. I lorrsf or- Sale,
of William Goorge Fri.h ant others. were read the Amendment to 2nd Cltaue agreed to, and Clausv re re. x S
third time and passed, and ordered to be laid before agreed to.
His Excellency the GoveBnor bv the Honble. Car- The Attorney General moved the :3rd Clause. At REDUCED PRICES.
eadish Boyle*. Mr. Fraser moved that the word "fr.-ight" b,- At IEDUCED PRICErS.
The following Bills and a Resolve were brought struck out ol ihe Ist Sub'-,li,)ou wherever i( occurs UJ Stairs.
up from the House ot A'sembly and real the first -which was agreed to. I '. Enr'.nce at the Gite.
time:- a Mr. W. J. Frith moved that the Cornaiitue re, .Selptembehr '2th, 1.2.-3
A Bill entitled An Act Relating to the Office of which was negative.
Provost Marshal General," Ayes 2-Megtier. W. .1. F-i-h, H Oilbe!i.
A Bill entitled G'An Act to amend the Act for Nays 25-Messrs. \..r. Spe-i, H HSC Blnl, F he oo. -. A
consolidlnting and am.-nding the Law relating to re, R J P Darrell, N J l).irI, *P N Dill, D Fr a- T T
Larceny;' ser, S B Grayv, J 3M HavwardJ, 'W C Hyl.nd!, W Vl SURGEON DENTIST,.
A ReFolve for granting n gratuity to Branch t u ,eb id o tr i Havit.i r irnei by the Orinoeo" will resume
Pilot John Swan. T AO,ltrbridge, S (' Outelbri:,lPk A M Ou'lev, ,
Pilot John Swan. W R Peniston, C Peniston, J W iPe.rmat, .J N i', ssi' 's at lis 'llice over
The House resumed in Committee the consider- Smith, i' F.1 Tuckpr. R Tynre, WH I, i I i l
alon of the Bill entitled "An Act. to 'ontinue T Wadson. S T]
nod amend the Acts for the Regulation of the Post The 3rd Clause amended was affirmed. I T l
ffce. i Ayes 24--(Same as the Nays upon the last divi- li-.mi!ti n. tlptemier 213, 1882.
The Hon. James Tucker in the Chair. sion without .Mr. Hayward.) I -
The Committee rose.. Nays 3-(Same as the Ayes upon the lastlnivisi.n
r'The Chairman reported the Pill without amend- wth Attorney Genelayw removed the 4th
mn. he Attorney eer'raMl movedtehCu..
ment"t.:- House resumed. ;3 a a
The House adopted the Reporr. i The Chairman reprLted ud obtained
The Hlouse resumed in Committee the c -nAder- leave to sit again. m
alen or the Bill entitled .n Act to amcnd the leave itagain.The Uln has itst received
Lqiqor License Act, 1880." A Message from His Excollency the Governor h:is n a u
Liqnor Lieense Act, 1880." ... his annual Supplv of
T'ie Hon. James Tucker in the ('hair. (No .19.) -
Tb" t.lwine- amendment v.ns pinpos:d by His T. L. GALLWEY, Red &, h it' Onion Seed
Honor Josiah Rees, and a;,,.:l 1t .- LieUt. General. F T i to
Srciion I, subsectlon (2), GoNerorrandlCo,aueriCh. er-i-h. Froriff- p,:-r S. rinoco."'' Pr-
Sirike out all from F (inclusire) to the end of The Governor L..a the honor to acknowledge chasers can obtain the n i{t. Messrs. B. W.
the rsubsection and insert instead in the Schedule I the receipt of a .Mes.-.,:e dated i? 25'.h [ in- VALKER & CO., Hai t-ini#and at iy Store,
to thi A.\ct contained" and addl the following' slant, fn,-,i the Honbh.. .H-ous of Assembly re. Warwick.,,ie lo the Bill:- i qu.'ing permis'.,ia a;16 :,Ali tin uaon its next day of A-ITF 3 0 COOPER.
Schedule. I tpe-lii g to Friday the ]:.hb October proxirs), and Septr. 12, $2.--4
BrnMUDA ISLANDS, the lioveinor hbsa Lni, h pljea.ur-s ia n'oel.lin. t, tbe ptr. 12 1-.' ---
Parish.b dzsireo! the Hoi-e. -
Know all men by these presents that wV Puouiic buildings, l.,;oilun, t c d( s1
(Christian and surintmes in fll/ i /U intipal' September, 1,l-2. I i ___-

and surtl with residences andt oecupitimn.uS] i. i A Message from n ihe Legislaiive Counail :-
jointly and seveiaily hell and firmly bund .!r. Speakr an1l'/e.daifn o . e fi H.,,se of A,,,te h
unto our Sovereign Lady 'Vicl.oiia [or a. I am directed yv be L ;i- lt- -,uncl to t -
the cat,!,fbe] by the Grace ot f OD of theta I arndirecHedono h y t L iuv' ib[ ,,unctti ole-
^ c^ .^ i. bythe'CUf *tC.D of i en l our Honor :,) ..',.- th ; bill r ,,.i "' .1
[ .toid Kingdom cf Gra t Britain and ,aenthe L 1 '- ,
land 1 defender, ri the Faith [herorh .%] Ato equest h conci ,.:. yur iu,.l.uc Hu *
heirs and .in',esise in it., p, nul sum of [ to nu :e n ih, nioneu; ., y o.
-'taltootthe ani of ,andc in amanni ',,i,-h th.. i em L.
al doe f ent to be ade thereit a clpy of which a nd ai i.
of lawlui mun-y of Great Bain lo be pai, is delivered herewith.
to our said La'y the Queen her [or Loidl
the Ki, ihis] heiis aud sucessrrs for which Council Cbamber,
payment t1 be well ind laithfully made iw', 26th eli-ember. 18,82
bind onru Ives and each of us, our and each [For Schedule see proceedings. H t it' -tble Le-kl. -
of n(r hbeir-,'r' and administra!ois tivr C:,oum.nil prc:.'iug.]
jointly sevreall rand ;. rletively fnimly by I'Le House having considered the proposed a-
ithec pre-t is ?r,-rdle' with our seals and da'. tMcndment, agre,:d thelitlo.
ed (be diay .' ini the year vit The Aitcrney O(Ji. -ral moved ih I the Bill 'm,.
our L'-i.i one 'I.-u-and eight. hundred and tlil -. An Act to am-.a,l the Liquor License .LIt,
Whereas the said 1S80," be amended aiccrdin.-ly and returned to -
bhas on he ,i. ,.f been con- t,- Legislative Council with a NM-'snge to acquaint
vicled by hi Wo .i ir,''"I tb tl Honourable Lion i hou t the A-.s.mally having
under the Liquor Lie, use Actt 180S aud 18Q2 cou:urred in the proposed aunen'dminut -the said ,
for Bill ',:ad.J t'e', ice,-rdiuigly amend-.1. i
and pertei.c d th-i, for to, p-t aP n .' 'hd' ['ill uill ll ld ** .n .AC r-latin to th 'Afll e -
l "'ide i.. c- f rose iLtio'n ai mounting i of C-'.tIo ial 're:,afly ie-a]al ;ii 'i, d I imte.
,to p st L'ich conviction The Ai'otrne Gen-rutl 'iv..d .in amendment t.)
Ihe siid le 2nd Claius.; and 2 amenidients to thie S.L:.ul',
has ip'ealel. to it 'to ,tt ofl General Assize as which er' rally agreedJ to .i.d made.
provide. *J tiTy he Iiqu. r L-.t'r.ce Act, 1882. Adioumned to Friday the 1.jth October next.
Now ihe i.u.iit.,i (of :tue abo,ve obligation is 1, ------- -----

sucht that itl I ,'i abi. ,R lbounilt:n
his p'iee!ti'ts or adm
and witl IonI ffect:d d,,laY ,r'
peal in 'h.' o t '!, n1 n i -n ner ;:
nmenti'-nad Ac tun-1 do and hb.
form til i, i .-nli- lt be s?
A size .on the s-,'i ." pi.eaIl i'
appealed against s.all! hIte tuli
ball aide by anti perlornm ilh
aidi obligatlihr shall be void.l

Signed sealed and deliver- 1
pd ly the above n uned
in the presence ot
E.F. -
Witnesses. J
The Committee rose.
The House resume,'.
The Chairman reported the
ment which was adopted by tl
,And it way ordered that Ili
the House ol Assembly with
their concurrence in the ?a
?.anie to be devveit d by the ti
as follows :
Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of th
I ant directed by the Legis
turn to your Honoirabli House
Act to amend the Liquior Lice
to req e.Il tho conuai rence
House in an amendment wh
expedient to be mide there
amendment is delivered ierew
Council Chamber,
6thL September, 1882.
Adjourned to Friday next,
11*30, a.m.


Just Received at C. II. ,obinso1 ns
:. '. E : "'.rer-t, :i fe'-h supply of

garden a iE EDS.
.~ i ;';,-iv ,! .r i,'N l 't,. -," friil '
Ierl.irce, a low PBa ,'s up,-ir Qi ,lity

hicl; iuy .bliniii, d a a ., ..v rate.
. *'nlil p, iHd.., 15lth \~ai t, la-,-2.

Po 'fa nid

e -f
it 'D f e t

A few Casks (4 Bishls. ea.) of the
above. for Saleby y "
Flatnilton, i'th1i Septml.ber, 18' 2.

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.nicut raiors said .\t- Dr. Robtrtson Smich, writing to the 7Timeas uf iceat
inovided bhy the last on the Viceregal Library in Ery vr, r Sul rihe- wi ul I',r si c l. 'ly i, or
alll,11 idi by aun] per. ay.s :--Aliu,,ng the UUhapp).' cr..ons..queu,:s tuf the. ,
aid C'url, 0 -nt t l revi- al o1 Mio' lem fo.unt i-rn which h.ts acomp .- the p,oil-- .f i'tI. n ati vi.i' t urg ilt
in cro' e iecon iidcloi jitd tie rprov.rie.s of the .o-called uati ,nal li..,ve- !, .'.itr n0 ptp..-I- 1 i a.ieii io .1. l er4 .
ieed on aippal do and ulent hi Egypt is one i which ii nothiing .a1 a for iee in a rir.-' lans-, 11 in ;irna uoi t iho reosi a,
e idd i:ouvictitnn ilht. "'laniit ,' t,:' Arabic letters. Oue of the let -..h-itue.s able price of il;i'-j'lnul p r pound.
o( I.,mail Pacha was the forination, uutider Euro- We will keep iinst:intily, ii nd at the New
A. B. (L.S.) pea dir.etion, of the great Vioe-regil Library in Ice HFouse, kz;st lr..adJ i), a -ippl oil It.'
'. D. (L.S.) tlie Derb-EI-Gamaniz. Thi many pr-ci.u-in m.tuu- ihruihout Ithe ear fior there I -ndit of ojr Cu-.-
i.itipts whi,.h lay moulderin- in thle book-che.ts or towers who nay requi:e ;ee lduritg winter
dust-be:aps of the varii.,u- moique. of C.'jiro were i, th- .
collected in a suitable tuildliut under (lihe cart- t By prompt alntioo i ur iames and
the adminiiitrat.:,rs of the Wiikf, or religiou,. en'- p t t' i i- ne' and
dowients. The direction of the library wts traui st-ict it''tli,:lt ti our buines-,s .: hl .pui to re-
ed on Europeau models, anI entrusted to a Er'o-. '.'ee ;:t ah ,re if Ithu Public p
j1ean head, and in t.e hands of Dr. Spitta-Bey lee dlii':rel d lily ( uid,i) oexepted) inl
best known in Europe by his admirable granima.r Hamilton and vicitnity.
of Egyptian Arabic), the tattered volumes wtre i , N ._IlCP.' I I t)US: openi 'ro-' 7 .,.m. to
cared for, arranged, and catalogued, and1 a vast 30 p. u,. daily, Sundays exopte, rhea t
ill wih he amend-mass of mot valuable material ws place at iy Sunys except wheit
le Houre : disposal of European as well as of native schools. 3 ill be opent fromi S to S.
hi lllil be returned to Of the little-known treasuits sonia wcro of unique JOHN B. P T. L- & 0 ,l~
a Message requesting importance-the Abaris G(eat Korau Commentary, .)
aid amondment-the for example, is to all later commeutarie, very East Broadv'uq, H t,,,',t..
on. Caveanish Boyle, much what his history is to all later chronicles. June L2'i), 1,2).--tf.
During the Spriug of this year Dr. Spitta received
e House ol A.seerbi.: noticeof bhi disUmiissl. No fault wasor could be OTo'so Carriao-es a d
slative C_'ouncil to re- found with his admiuistratiou, and no: man in Cairo -0 1 ll(l
the Bill etti'led *"An lived on kiudlier and ruore cordial terms with n:a- 1 r iT'
enae Ac'. 18.,", and tive ,wbolar. blut Le was a Christian, aud it was l'tS Oi 1'ire.
of your Honorable not fit, he was told, that a Christiiu should con -
ich the Council deem tinue to have todo with a collection so full tf K.. i-.
to-a copy of which rans and theology. It is plaiu from this that the
ith. library, at. least iu itn mot important departmtn-ts,
will now be closed to European scholars. That by fHT E ilusilless ,li,r'tofoire carried
itself might be a temporary evil, but tho,,e who T
know what native administration i-, whlo know ow on by THOMAS HARVEY will on, ac-
the 29th instant, at rapidly thle .nble-t Eastern libraries fall to ruin count of hi3 lee at pirson'al injury, Ie at
thr,.ugh neglkct and peculation, will hbi-ily veri- l*rs'unt ,conil'.:td"l by
-- t're to hope that the collection which has been D WA [\ I" L I' Th
D shapt d by so many years .f loviug care will long ur A1. J. !G Hl UR .
Sri:main what it -as urodcr Dr. Spi.ta. Chur'-b S-tiett, Hanmilton,

Abstract of the Proceeding.- of 14e Honorable
House of l.sen.mbl/y.
Wednesday, 27th September.-Tb'ie ill entitled
, An Act to Incorporate tLe B..rkele3 Eilucatiourl
Society," tas read a third time and, passed.

Tlhu Spanuih Barque 8,'.el, c.u boi-rd which ve-s-
el te yetLe yellow i'ev-1 't ;appu,iled at Penu.acula,
(15th A.lgust.i of v hi.ih t'.t i[ iti e '1i,.,- aLuid I hi'ee
others si'.k ou towed to seaLa few hours
aftur the mate di.d.

Septembt'r 9th, 15.2. 1

i' ORIDERS i th.- above line
left with liith':r LOHrB.J)UtN or HAltVEY will
meet with prompt attention.

Marshal's Sale.

By Public Auction, ,
Upon the Premises of WILLIS AMBROSE'
At 12 o'clock,
The 4th Da-r of October, l.--2,
Under and by Virtue of a Writ of .Execution
issued front the Court of Geniteral Assize at
sus the sail WILLIS AMIBR'OS SWAN' ,
The following Personal Eff-ets, Vizt.:
2 Rocking CHAIRS,
I Sinall TABLE, I Kerosene STOVE,
1 Dining TABLE, 4 Wooden CHAIRS,
2 Iron POTS. I Tea KETTLE,'
I Kerosene L\MP, I BEDSTEAD,
I BASIN and EWER, I Frying PAN,

Fcptembner IS, 1882.



A Good COOK.

A House and Parlour J.l ID,
well recommended. Must. be smart,
and one who understands the work. i
Apply at the Royal Gazette" Office.
September 19, l.,2.-tt'.

Portahnd Cement.

)9, 1 .J3BLS. N... I GILLINGHAM Port-
-.. .. l l,.4 lMEN ', ex 'Ziba,"
f'rou Louuiton, now ,litiharginz ail for
Sl-r' vi y lo:%w if taken from the Wharf. f
., t. A.iS TE IS
Sept. 1S. 882.-3Jini; lpl. i


TINC(LE .mnd Double Soda, Tonic and
* Min,.iral Waters, Lemon, (Belfast)
Ginger, .1-asi.aparilla, Strawberry & Rasp-
berry A.vL-s, .ani uther Aerated and Car-
bonated Beveragen ; and in Siphons, the
best of Soda, Aerated and Seltzer Waters.
Al;,., 10 G(Tallnm Fount:tins of Soda and
Aerated Waters, e., a&c.
..- Th a .Ad-s% will be kept constantly
onil hand, ill C rD' *.'-ut Globe 'topper.
B.ottI,:': and any oth.:r i.ii l, of Bottle will be
Fili..i1 t, Or'.. T.he t.!'.w in" E E .,
na-i, ) t.) OrLU er at tl, i:.i i'N lie:


To be Sold,
By P u b 1 ic, Auction,
By Order of the MORTGAGEE, -.
S Under ia Povi-r of ale-,

The 12(l day of October, 188-2, '
At 12 o'el-ck, noon, on th' Pre is.-., q,
At ElI's I.I-rb.-ur, in Salndy's '-irish,

A Parcel of LAND
I',:limnai.vd to contain tw-el. porches" aRu] one
hutndied and'. vwenty-one square, fret.; bitinded
on t he Nuorih I,y laid of -'.liza Gilhrri ; o1 '1h-
East b l:u'id in t line O it a 1 nal' tuhi, ii j
Jobson, and on liht Sotdih aid lIr"est I v land
f.r:nerly of Rit'hard Swan JobsoII, de-eaese'd, and
niow or late in tlie ocenipntitn' .f I' Peter Jobson,
or bowrv. r ofliertieo the said l'a.ieel or Lrnd
may be bounledi or oujuht to be de-wribe-., to-
gether ui ith the uitiniiled
"A House or Building
rThereo i erected,and the Appurtenaice.
22b- Auctionc-er.
25th September, 1882.


HTlE UNI)EdPSIG.NEI) hegs to inform the
Public that ii.s '.-TOIK11 will b C'LOS ED
FOR A VEW D\.YS in order ti make pome
alterations, before receiving A NEW STOCt.
Hilanmilton, ,-ept. II1, 1882.


A Useful, Roomy, Varnished .two
SIrish C' \RT-in good repair,



Quiet inii he Saddle and Harness.
For further particulars apply to
The Roya; l'ish Rilds,
Between 11 aud 1.
- p:t.r. 19, 1?82.

B er m u d a I c e,
Made Pure Rain Water.

L'an he seid iundr al circuisistances without the
ilanger atti:,,din ir all imnpor:ul Ice, which in
most eases affect the system in the same man-
nier ,, n li iie n in drinkin-t water.
The isubs.criler is now prepar'id to furnish Ice
at Depot, lurnabv Street, from 6 a.m. daily,
,lml le, vI II t ,tr n laiilli, a31l Virlniii froom 8
S... ..i 2 l',.'.--. uidays excepted.
.i"r- .-tit :,_' i% In r 1 olui d.
'. iI- i,,e Inir:.- i.',1 -dr1 iesprctfully ask
a ( jntiioi t.". ofi he Publice patronage.
inailton, May 15, 1882.
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&c., kc.
The Subsci'iber wvtald call the attentionn of
the inhabitants ot Beriunioul, and othe-rs, to the
facl tb'tt, he has :mjintinua:ly Vadvaneed in th
impruv,_ment of lit, Manufacture, and wishes
to inform them that lihe will Ibe able to supply
them with :tia munlh C'e-at-r and Superior
Beveragethan bus ever been offered to the
Public, as le expects by ev-ery steamer such
Machinery froun Etiilund aind America that
will enable him to > supply thei L:arget Quan-
tity and a superior Bverage as any other
Establishment (such 'a. are in the Business in
Bermuda), and at a much cheaper rate.
He b-egs to offer his sincere thanks to the
above for their Lib-eral Patronage during the
past eight years, and respE.- tfully solicits ia
contiinuaneci of the same ; for they will always
find Barritt's Beverage to the Test.
Satisfaction given, or money re-
Spepia.d attention given to ALL ORDERS, and
delivered at the -:hortest Notice at any time
or pls,.-, .
I'artical.r attention given to Orders from
Clubs, HIIotels, Ba.t-ldinig Hu[use9, Pic-Nics,
Balls, Dilnunr, Ev-.niung Parties, &e., &c.
Special terms t.' Caat.'cnt. and Military
Messes and Large Cousumers.
TERMI.'., Vc iunide k'nowi] on application.
Testimoiiils ginv. rom Medical Gentlemen
and others.
On aiAl aft't.r rl. Frsft oif October, 18'S2, my
Establilib-inijt ini .. Kulowi ) under the'. name
All Oiders shot.ld be addr-ss,-d to
alanufaclurers- of Atroled Watert-,,
East Broadway andl Victoria Street,
3 Hamilton, Bermuda, j

Onion SEED.

,; C .. I :- ,,
HA "received fr-om T uiff;'-, via 'ew
York, hi.s u1,itl .-'upil'y o ONION
SEED, which is now rea..y :'-ir dliirery.
Hamilton, 5t.h Sept., I- '.


best is always the


FT'HE LIME supplied by the Un-
derbigned is burut from Pure Limestone
with Cedar Wood and is Warranted to be a
first class article.
Ordeis promptly attended to and deliveries
made to any part of the Island.
63 Front Street.
Hamilton, 25th September, 188S2.-! m 3p


C('orner ot f -id & Burnahy StA.,
Between MeeicAl Hall and the 'Gazette' Offiae
fiawuilton, Bermuda.
MIanulacturitrs of all kind of Aera-
ted Bverages, Double .-oda Water, Lemon-
de, Belfast Ginger Aie, Quinine Tonic Wtter-
Champagne Cid.-r etc., etc., of superior qual-
ity, Soda Water andJ Seltzer Water in yphona.
Prices as low a, any other establishment,
I Special Terms to Canteens, Mstses, and
large Consumet s.
August 12, 18.'2.-3m.

CHILD can supply you with a reliable Clock
from '/ to X. All Warrauted.

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(Gilbb'I Hill ,Liilht Station at ierniula,. b-Lwpen the
21th and 1st.October 1.0-2 liaoht above
thi aex being 46 feet at. l ae, wlhot, thie eater o
)-aie .-3 71

D ert e or Il it'.r i ,.ar,
Oc. t
1. 7 5 9 9-33 T C L
Vo 5'75 .'* -' O -P. Tlhickl, squally
AV qw Ti7771 77 l9 "-1' l S-ll-orry,. sq, ully
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H(tmilton., October 3, 1882.



H.M.S. Fritwa, Commauder Karslake, left on i It. h. aibeen reported that afte-r H.M.S. ('.-/- Ellglish Mail of lihe LIt| ScptemCber. THE WRECK OF H. U. S. "PHCENIX."
Friday for Halifax. t,'t, left Bermuda two easesof Yelhw Foeerocomired H, M. F),.,: rived ii last evening* from the
H.M.S. D ,io, Captain C. E. Domvile, from Ja- angst her crew. This i said to have happened The Royal Mail Steamer /. Captain Ciowel, es:one of the wreck of H. M. wariship Ph n,.',.. The
miea, arrived on Friday last. It having become nu her voyage to Halifx ud fter e!he hd,. b.-en with th Englilh M)ail of the 11th ultimo, arrived strh-, an-of-war when the F,.., left on Te-
known that the D. had some .*,es of Yellow Fever rel,:acd from Q-aratinc here, and after sir, hid at St. Georges from Halifax on the atteruoon of day, w,., in th, :e ,..onditi,,n as bef:,re rep,, ted
on boird, she was D nhaedsiately, without having held comrnumi.:tiou v,.th thee l.,dul. It i- cer-- Thnrslay hst. The .1//.I,..! had a very rough pass- --il,,ed : d full of water. Hr ,.revw, wh,., in;,'-
any commrunication with the shim, ordered to t.:ulv n .u, .ter t, I. thakful tor that ,v. have aeo. th, -,ip weut :,o,..r. h,,1 h,.,u living in a lobster
a, ad it is presanl has gone to Halifax, e,:,petthelt..le.Mly,:out,-.A:u-bulw.sit a1.,0:ssay 1e re,,ived ruly a few late Halifax papers ,.t,:rnar b y, wee svra d.y a -, takeuon
where the i-etnal in.t-ucti..,ns direct them to go t,, hve a .,wed the ve-l Pratiyue :i nt all. The by the .'.. ,. Tlhpy howe-ver briugdownourdatc- t,,,ir.l th. tit-si1p V:,, t,.-, wh re .relarations
tudr B,,,ilhn om.urstnn,-the Bermudian "Couter" came trou Jamta,?.-, au, the H.:.,lth from Europe thr.-,,ly Inter th, bf ore received. Ir-A.1 ,r- :.iu-[v,,.u n aide" for ,Tir ae- C.mmoda-
EffiP_-ti,-,u. Thvirv h't Qw weiue Thnew., r,_,nEgvti is eitikactr
Pilo of the 7.'., was land-d at the Quntine Ot<-,r of St. ,ore pla,,-dher i.tit Qa lin, The neww, frum Egypt is satiactory tic.u. Thr u were .v from t(- wre.k awnd
Station, -here ihe is to remain for the present. ,t ras-y y Bay. wlh r, she ws vi.te, l.y the H l-"th th .r.r:- thn -L in."-r o. u.. -rd at the time the F..., start-
The Do/, we under-tand, .came here for the )Otter of th,- \ Ve-trn Eu.,. and r,.la.. 11 are EGYPT.--AD..LLAiH PA.CH.A'i NEGOTIATIOI..-- 0.1 t,,r Hailifa-x. .1-it I v,.:,i] likely .,e ot out A
purpose of towing the Store-ship r',e,t, to Ja- inf.rmut. that ,hrrana,:-mnt- had l-eu m:de y th, Lo:,oN, S1,t. 22.-Th, 7T,.,i' C iro ,l.-s.t,.h l..r,.y t quntitv ,.,r materini was Favr., and w.-,rk
inaiL a. N:av.l authcnti,:.. here for the vess,.l t, take. in h r --sav that ALd,1h Pa ,-, ..:,ti' for th.-tur- wil 1I cutiu -. tl r l vfrl .1la- lo,, .r. The
13 r nes:-esary ,trs nD.1 provi,ions without hl,li r ,uder of Daaitt.-i s,.ni to t,:, n time. It is crew l,,L very little o(f the-ir p.r,,operty, ha t ,mall
L., R I' h~un ~iiatio w w th th sho t h: y Ithe-n w,_. r,, e,,:,.rt.d that h.:. istra'.,thet iunt e li tlrtifi,-ti',us. 1,.:-.-th,t. w.:,- lnh ilally I..y getting it wet.
LAW REPORT. her of, I-er4 1atd --t all. wd to laud H It i I, ,e ITe ,,' .10 .-,'.' AhNx.1dri" i-.deit)tih davs: it Tn.s..ldy we; t: fi st th t day sin,.e the watrh!ip-: ar-
thT F 7E M E th ,He th Ofcer of ths E d knewT ,,,,tu appears that ALGlalahi is w-iliu-" t,. -ur .u.t.-u r, ,ut riv,:dt :t ti,- wr.t., .k, th,k,t...-le..s cv,n fh,-,ul,:l tl:. w -n
COURT OF GENERAL ASSIZE.-MICHAHEL- alout herhavinyhd fever on beard previ.,us tohert thelAl,,k ,p h ,,,mrndt r.tu t, d, ttl e h,' e.t.,,1v, thi: '.,,I, wiU likely .tand sowi
.MAS TERM, 1]S2. aTival here: .butiisurely if the Oftficer at St, Georg es h. It i ,.krev.,l the E,,-yp-.aud lre u- .trtu-- tre ,tf-or h: p. r, ,,l nd
,tw.s informed of the fact, the G tleman in who.ILhE ians are e 'en..h- tie vtor k ,-.kin- up. The Y.r"irpn-ptuht and
RI wa iut.Irmed 01 the tfact, the Gutlema u wh,)- edb-youd the f.,rt o-n thml 0.t d,.le of the river." (,.....- lft 1:.h iud.--,i..f.,, Mn.g, C/,r:.
CTIMINAL $'E.^110N&,. ,care sheowas, after passing" the Dockyard .-ught to Atit. Fditiou started hence to oc,.u y Domiett-t. ,.",. .,,,,1+,, .:2.
*21m OCTOBER, 1882. have hid the lik Uinformttiou furniehed to: 11h. -]o r.sii-nn, expote. Th, A ir *t, "wi, ,etl ralt h, ui
Divine Servie was held at Trinity Church at 11 Too gre.-t care cannot L.e taken in th: matter of T :,,,,1 : f,.,llowin: "Cal, ll n. Ira :, ill.l' "WI.1itl fif r 't ni
a.m., the Revd. Mark James and H. A. Dalrnel Qarautin.. And if tilhe present vst .iam The ftrridono D.:ttc to -, T o underr" aI u lm 'ti M hiof at at ta ha
offeih iting. The usua.1 Ai.,ize qetn r,n 1W.13 prea -.ihed w ork un satisfat,':,rily it is the dinty of the L ,:.iila- C. T r ,t o. the *v1uth ,"-" 1. 1 I. ,hl .,S h u -i t hat have
Tnv ExL.H Ax POT SAID.-PoRT SAri, ,ept. be-u w:.,.k, The question will be ske, l,y
b the former front Ihe text Valiaut for the truth" ture to tak,) the matt-r in haud.. .As far a n we c-tn T.) TTT-
key t forneretiahh. ix ut forth rt" ascertain a ship passing the End cau b visited .--Th_ Eu.ih hve a",ndoued the earthworks mauy how did -u:.h au ,erideut oc,.nur She was
At 2 o, n Hi Honor the C'lef Justice and the ly the Health O(fi:er of Saint Gers, aud if sha they terGted e whn thy oupid the, town and mt- on hr way froram Ouel:-ec t,, Halif, and was pa-
H~a ^S^ A~t J^hS 'easn~fw;,,ndii~fnd~ee~rtocu-r- l~ re-rail-arked. &^^ hjorth h of P. E. T^ldou. the
Retuorahle E. Harey, AssistntJust i ook thr e a 'a-o-war, intit ii ftund ue e s-t:,ry te qualUr rineR rt nly .ea i a rk ELd AE.D Lt.i h, th oh ho P. E. T 1laudtou tide
I _e ,; t fT .1s.;vi tho,, l.3th ', t',t. The light of the
seattp ou the ,,:uh and the. Court wag duly op uene.l. a tine? h b -r,dieh is s t to -rasy Bay, the-re to 1x) REBEL-._ trF,:-Ens REL;.tA D.--jkLEK&:r,ri_, r-ept. filzh t ,f Tt ,,ls
The Hou. J. H. Triningham prevented by ill- visited by the H, .-Ith offi-er of thi i,.de. But re 22.--BAll elA ot, -.r- below the rank t ,,lonl Eat (rape wa .eIn, kut a question arose betweeu
n .fr, atte lig th,.re any .pre utiou take to 1-lt tis latte.r -Ge.u- onti -d to Rtaiiile h.v. he.u r:.le.s,.-,l. Fifty I, i t-, -:.ltiin and uaii'at.,r a, to whether it was
Thm- Grand Jurly was u ipauieL:, and dMr Snm tleniau ku.:.w thnt ve-s-.l ha.-.arrivd and to make the re.iut. l.rioners have been br'..:-iht h.-e that li..-t ,or one ou th:- Cp:- Breto- c,:at, mnd as
uel Crotts Rankin was ch,.,eu rnau. a r. R him aR u -l ntel with tl report .iveu to his br ,,th- si ,ND A.ce.p.Lm. Er 1,t n TRIED BY O.,LT tn l dfereu.., tt'iT.* Ih B. thn4-.Cfrl-li*T r, v,1l'i'.*1
lkin tatad that he had a oIuseieutious obj-,.tiuu to .r officer .t Srint Georges ? What means have ..'rrL-(u:o. Snpt. nnd his -.,:om- thty were ex, in.- thll w4uahe t.. s-e whi:h
being-sworn. The Clhief Juntice sugg-te-d that. it the Health lffl,-, of ..mmaunieating qnik,.kly with li,,,,., ,,th military and civil, will be tri.d y rail rcf t *l th-.hsude ou ebwwk uler
w ould. be more conveniliut if auoth,l r fore an were sel, Ha, v they a l-oat wayss at hand, or o,t:t u .-,rti,,l O(wa,.i.f! - water .
e uMr. Joh Thoma Stone wS then a t d Ueut.on the chr,.11 ,-f gettin2:some The troops tihr,,u.-holut Sudd.0 and 1il parts of tl ,. ,.nth a..! sr wat ,ra ud
sel,.t,.d Mr Jhn hoasStn, ws tenr o~u r, thv ,- hIp-9 i (. atio'fthe a lti~zt w't is L uaindr. I
foreman aud sw.,,-u. Mr. Rankin formaU y de- watnran to tke th.a I t 1 ,tt-r i th,- case, .pl6pr Eyrvpt will predr loyalty to the Khedive. ,10.1 t the wot, ,ueeutly thi, led thei to run
elard, hies objieti,,n to 0 b ing- tworu as Tr,.nde,i lby the sooner 1 ehjau:.e iS made the ,:-_tt~r. It is well ....
the Jurors' Act, 1,81, and ade a3 solemn ffirni a- L."nn hvdil- it to 'make e,.t.idn of beini PFr.ra:.NE E.-cA .-Thity-,-ix ,priouers of war l,:r dir,:,t!v O:n ho:re.
tiou in lieu of au oatb. The rest of the Jury wer, able to hit. a bvat aud men to row ,r .i.l to *y ha ve -a. l,:, frm t.e cit.del by meaus of a rope. Thi n. ,,,:u.d au h:,ur 1 ,fore midnil-t in a tem-
woru in the usual vy di tauce at a short n:,ti,:.e. Aai, it appeats that Ar.&ri'o Mir:rER. OF FIN&NCE.-ALEL,.DRIA, pe:t of wUie and rTiu, u.. imme.]if y very heavy
In } -hi-r; e to the rand Jury His Honor the anuy v esels "arrive hr, a ar.: not vi ite.. by th, Sept. 22,-Al.,d ,l:,unun R,,u.h i Be,., a ilteA se-*rI1.,.-,u1 t,-, r,:. k ,,v rli_. The Ilookut fr those
Chief J etie exresed hi regrt that ther ., He-Althoffi,.er at all. The Pilot, arry Opies of the renua.-de and Miit.:r vf Finaue iu Ar;-i last ,u 1rd :inu.t hyr.-: he,,.n di.mmal. Althlouh th,.y
a somewhat hev calendar, and ,aid he w.a vrv a an regulatiou, to the masters of the vessels, it Miuistry, has ..,:.n .,pp.iutntd by the Khediv. Fre si- fr tu 1 threw up rkets, yet the ,,tl,
s,'orrv to notice that iu mauv ra se( the risee,. r-. i. tru-, ,; but. i thia sui t is iut ? Experience, e may g so t ,t' t unv., t) p''osut rat .ors of nthiuz t,,:te tht thoe ,u knew
were' charged with nets of violence. He had hol far have shewu that th, Pilots are trust worthy ; th outrglso hee in Jun.. nyth-l i f the ,,t,,r, hie ,atd ay fnofent
that charges of thi, nature were on the decre-se, but s it right to leave so)u muth r,:.esponibility iu For.T GHEKILEa SurRENXDEr.-s.-A despatch t.., ItIr-- s uh t te ,, n the ar oa ht
and he trusted that next Ternn there would bie few- the' ha Woull i t not e ltt.r to .rdvr vs uter's Tlegant ('.). from Porit Said says: ".Fort t li te ue dr h ta 1uit. A t davra o the
e rc ss of the kind to come before the Court. HIi.8 sels ,.oun 0 int.:, either of the H'lr.ourj t., rin. up Ghnileh his ,urrend,.red. Thte :I,n'ison wa0 t1 Inat ,f t tht A t da r .n th
Honuor ndverted bpe,.iallv to points conne..ted with L-ar jorne- p uint, and there await the visit .f the fI.,ud to onsist o.f only eighty fei the remniader ,th: i t 1 1cun oner,
uno or two of thecaes, and dim-issdtheGlau. Helth otcr ? Let that. G,,utleman be upplir.d f the ,for.e having gone: to Dauuietta last even- a, l-, the shoru afty.
Jury to their duties with a caution as to their du-with a pr-p:'Pr boat and crow, and until hIl h. ;sat-ing?-
ty of finding a trii bill as soon as a probable or if.-ed himielhIf that Pratigue ay be- granted, corn- .Ex Sept. -I is ill noued The Tues' Correspondent at Alexandria gives the
ty o fi diug a tue ill s s ou a a rob ble r bzvx.cqr iA, eiit. 2 o.-- rtisoftei.ially announced o0l,-,wiu,.c, Sept. lu :-
prim facia cae had ieon raade out.| municatiou with the shlie should b:: stri,.tly pro-f.m Jiddlh tht 0a0-, Seer, has fokwi et :
At I p.m., the Grand Jury returned a true bill bibited Oneoticer could perfortn this duty were n d i, here Mid Iouequuce of a statement published iu some
in 1 Richrd Bower Deae, whowas aceordt- |his salary lil.,etal euoll:h to allow Whhn t,) tlevut; all heeu deposed illd.1 inllpli.-,uu,:, at Tattle, where MI~id- In (ouseqn u ce,,"asatmn ulshdi o
in R e. Richard. Bowser Deaue, wh6so was accord- b salr li'llenogh to allow hu to devt all h Abdallah Abriou, ha Enlish newi)aprs to the effE.ct that two officers of
ingly indicted for an assault occasionins' at:tual l hstimetherto. Theanuloto .a-to. The a al cotOfuh an arran'- I a G.u Sh.t He brthr t. the w rAr:.i' at being nedo over to the Egyptian
bodily harm. The prisoner pleaded "Not Guilty" meant tonight be an increase on the preqeut charges. ,,, ee ed Shurde.rd oe time ah,- t a t athoitri-,, t-had, been Le hauled and had ,,ubse-
and a Jury was empan,-lled to try him. Bu thatc,:,usider:tionshou dnot weigh with ourlaw he e upp,,ed bw ordrs of th i Sulea,,, Lause he qu-ntly died from thi injuries they rece ved, Sir
The prisoner was coumicted and sentenu.-ed to makers. In no ,.-e does the well kuowwu smain of te favorable.l to th-- British E. Mal.t ,stitutf n h ,quiry ito t. tter and
twelve months imprisonment with hard labour. penny wise audpouud f,,Ai.hunes apply more fori- w B ascorta.inedth-follow fact:-threeuativuportersawho
The Court adjourned until this (Tuesday) moru. bIlv than in platters relating to the lhe, lth of -:,l ALEXANDRIA, Sept. 23.-Some of the Princesses ehad been lu..,.iug" ,iuarrelled -about the ,.litribution
in- at 10 a.m uuities. of the Khdiv.: family have been seriously com- of their plunder and two of them :atteupte-d to mur.
0 atumi_ 10_ m.renti-d by the late revolt. It is g-ner.illy be- der their companion. They were arrest,-, tried by
T^lieovril that prope-rty Val ued ait 10,,.00,uuii pounds court-martial and senton,.'ed i- a.,-..rt iee with theo
LIST OF JURORS. ACorMET.-On Wednesday lat we were it formed, wili ,h oufl,.-rtt and aplied to indett muiicatiu Nalal ,ta to tle pai ni lnr, .1 of kel btling,
Returned to ,ere i:2 the ourt ef General Adsseir, by a Gentleman residing mi Devonsihre parish, that ALEATEpA, t. 23.-U Wooden his nrech i- wa :ordinly ilicte1 thhowevr
ICHAELMAS TERM. e had m u bll oftt d miay, a ,outl 5 mi;- eon to D uniett.i re.ehed Chil.iru hist ,-veninug,, and survived. The Khedhie has aa--r,,-d Sir E. Malet
St. George.- Duutreath Robinson, James Ou Thursdayth. report being re,nevr-d we were was to r, main there until tihr.e this inturiiin. that the Naval Code was, on the p,;iut of being
Peter Grant Butterfield,. Frederick George Vir. iued o, the early mornu of Friiy to be on the Railways ar. Il-,,.ked ,:y IsertErs froui. Abdl-l.Ah'4 ervied, when recent event, prev,-,ted tte iuteuded
tie, GeorWe James Mussou, Francis Wil- look out for this unexpected visitor, and betw,'euc amp. -.u.. V,':,od t.l.,-raphs tit AI.A,..llah's ef,.,rn. Hi, 1 iu..nes lhad hoere, .iven -tri,.t
aon, Samuel Crofts Rankin. the hours of 4 and 5 o'clock, we were gratified with rI o.:. ru-r to ,,:-rt. Of 7,01.1ot riL heh lly d-h oritrs flor the imnediite abolition of d ..nil.hauling
Su,:,,II.... A i.-iam ibburt 111-1tn, Thomas .. .. ''u oh r u -I
'....-William Hulbburt Peliston, ThomnI a view of the Comet--in quite a clear sky. It was .,arrks, G-:eunr', hu,, have pluny.,riva the .di- otherdpunilentwhicmoderncivilization
WVilliam Hill, Eldon Harvey Trott, Oamond then about 6 degrees alove the horizon ; the uuclus dnn,.ea, aveur. hou., ad uy vate codmne3
Benj-,min Outerlb.ridge, Robert Adams Mercer, was most billiaut, and tho tail about I degrees d iu:i ca1 ln x.-h:lu ,
Jabez Outerbridg. length, aud nearly a de ee to width, tending.. to D.uar.A, Spt. 23.-Genu. Vood with two reKi- The Nordenfelt three-bharrelied machine-gun,
./. .--George AdolphusBrownHolli,, Benjamia the S.W. WX hbIve not been so frtuntu .is to see m-.ntA nrrivd at D.Umiett: to-dy. Al.Ide-_ll. s-r-, whib has bea spei.daly deed f,,r Naval and
.\brhamr Wilaiams, Tsas: mith, Jereniaih S.-ott it on either o.f the moruiugs sue, it b,in.; cloil, reu.::t,:.d at .- railway -ta.tiou. Tr...i,, n- rex- a moimuntaiu entice, was fited last weekin he presence
Pearman, HerY-rt All.uoy Peni.itou, Edward but presume it ha, pit a d awa" too 1e..a:.tw6 ntP, lt.- t 1u, l.:r their armi thi- .ttrroo,. Th, of a ntm,,,'-r of fooi:u ,.flicen who ha..e come
veniiton. as we were itufr.ried by a Geutle,:n wh., h-.l surc nline',-,ountry i-'luiet. Cr:,s ar ;i -plu- her t, tie s*bj,.-ct of m r-iiue i/an..
,,Fo-,,, John Thema en it ou WVtdtuesdy aud th,. two f..llwin.. did ,.,,u itio,-. The nu bired ,lidc-ead Martiui-Hory bullets.
t., 'o u .-in F WlliamF.Adolphuns days, that. it wan moving rapidly i, that dir.- .-ALEXA.yvirL,. Seo. *-3.-Britih tr,-,,, o,...,ped and wa mo-ute.t l on its high aulntfu ar.,iage.
.'tllim, oilia earJones, James Henry tion. For sout time before last the D..,i..tta o)u their arrival. The n,:.r)o 4-ariu- iu- Tihe fiing r.,,id!v for half a minute ".as repeated
Stone,,. m* m r weather !had been unfavourable fur se,:iug" uch ob- st.., otf irweuhederiu t-,d, t ,kiung L-id,.l plufler a twioh and re-.tdtd ian 219 nt '. "22 s1hot resp,,-.tive.
n jett, hence the reason of its not. being observed be- q.uantitv of animumition ly, iu thb. i0 sA ouds. The gun was then fired for
Pe.7,role.-Johu Barritt, George William Thomp- f,-ore, ounoe ninut,: -.t whenire2 s ot i were fired. Twenty
sound, Benjamin William Walker, Frederiek Au- Professor Lewis Bos,, of the DdlOey Observa- LATEST opper fl w re a hired consecutively without clean.
,ustus WVhite, Ormond Le-a Dickinson, James tory, says that he is lead to believe tIrom r--sulting i. m. and Whulted 1i i 0 bot- beint fired in 29
Hc-ery Masters. alatios that ti met is identil wit that ,Co nt.liNtOPLE, Spt. .-The Sultan lia ot w inute. When sug S at degree evation, 192l
Paro,.-Williami SarnfordDoe, Junr., Albert James of 1;S3 and1 iSSrd n-late *urr.nd.r t Gre uof th; whiule sholtwer" fred i. .Seconds: andV ,hen firing at
HaTrriott, Mathew Soane, James DillWatlington, fljutier ti-xv tby the Int. .ru'itiou.l ,ormujseon. '3u degree depression, 177 shots wer, fired in the
Rolert Richard Jennings Tucker, Albert Jones. --- L:r.oN, Sept 2:3.-A dspat.:h from Alexau,:ri.a, same time. The same man fired tbeoughout, and
ar,.,',ck.-Daniel Astwood, Henry Hinson Smith, I1S'2. dated Friday ,iyht, ,ays" Daniietta ha's suireu- gun worked smoothly',and withJuL any jams. The
Daniel Duncomnbe, Alfred arrell, Charles ,.rded. weight of the gun L- only 6 lb. So thatitcan
Alonzo Deshield, William GeorFge Frith. Great England put her armour by, and st..tch'd L,.r-ow, Sept. 23.--eP.t/ ,'" G'! gay,:- eansly be carried, with it mounting, on one mule,
outhp/on.-- JoJeph ,Samuel Frith, Altemont Her stately limbs to slumber iu thio sun. Dul-liu itfilur is reported of a firm of or a gnnr can carry it, for short distances, on
&viriimptr^>i.-*lJueph Saimuel Frith, A~ltemont, Th nain, scin ten, i~j lou iii s i t Th. U.1111 :,f u-i- i, *io ive hi ta oulde'r.--Armly and Nadvy Gaietir Apim 416
Beau, John Henry Smith, David BurhaU, James The nations, seeing then how loutg sh, l.u t:.,udm, the nuan:, ot wlih i. not ;.veu. h e hadr.-r an .tate, A,. .
Benjamin Simmons, George Hill Kemp. Commun'd together, and whisper id: Liabilities etirated l, to 145, poun. Th ere is no doubt that the M ia B talion
, Hery Hewlett JohnBrett adored t s te.-oro)---lent at ,nstrIt nti. Egypt has behaved splendidly in the of the
Saad s Ch re -3 Henry H ewlett, John B urnett, T he crow n from off tier brow She Wi~lluot k now !" !w iph:.,r,:.p,:,igrt li-,iau A mlla:,,r haviu., rcn.-.w ,:d"
GeorgeWrilliam Young, John Paynter Patterson, A George Samuel Taylor, Edward Crawley. Mocking her cri6d: Her time is past. Her blood. tion of G-k Fronti.r. Itdiaun A. ii.,as1:,:r i- ratlatioustreceived from Sir Archibald Alison.
Is sluggish, and her rusted sword hrom out v ited r-preentatives of power, t tbhe C,nference t o aoaUdttharofbthe battalion
Sacred Councert. Her soabbard she will draw no more '!" And so, ,,,. h.:.ld Sun.lay u ed t Mehall, repots the assitanc
The Sacred Coucert, in aid of the Building Faud Thus gibing hflng with cruel hands the se,-d.< rendered on hat oa( by Major Norton and
13,) Captain Edye, zl~so D r-3. M ahon, Godding, and Po61.
for the erection of the New Parish Church at St. Of discord and of hate amid, he. son | at.a, Sept.. 2.-Patrick Walsh was bnged d a d t'i E alte DtiMahoun Go dd ih,andPof
Georges, took place at the Mechanies' Hall uin this But from the East there came a blast too loud. here to-day for the murder of Martin Lrdeu. jeazd; Hd taw, a.t.ntI., towth carrue of Bwer
tow on Wednesday evening last and proved an As from the West there came a taiunt t.o ru-h ; Walsh protested hii inuoeu.:-e aud maiit.inned- that a olstockh i R..L.I., wheoarried a wo.-Ided
entire success. At the hour of commencement the And she awaking, raised her head ,ad s wv itess wo'e falsely. of the field dr a y fir--
reserved seats were occupied by a large aud fashion. Around her all her faithless friend, ,ai all TE FRIC EXPrOLT.-Li-ox, S&.,.--
able audience, while the lower body of the spac.iou. Her sisters and her children u jeering h.r',TXr_ .tal E ro.-eo, e AUSTRIAN ALBANIA.
eal tas as toerbl well fille 3so that we shold Ad cryin t "' rh e iso, [" l meing out rrstdor b e rted' ie sy a nurv~. a:L 1~ A..GELSRT

succLes also. The performers comprised the be.t Her honour. Thien swifr. s lightning fl.wbls I d1 7 h t
. . w ... Lth .. bl e ... ;, ...... -f f,.-. l'n h.. .. tween Vivi a d I-,,i.L that th,= i,::olers ,:, th,_, A!))atfian Leaguei a.:t .,.,ttari

or m L u I l l S Her *- 1 M 01 s r -I I I'. II I. I UI - yl- I U 11- f It _VIUL.trj
L"~~~ ~~ ~~ :U L t u - I- , ,J = ttt ~ ,i ~, i~ L tl LI'Iim o r-I.U m ns.. .... . ... .. .... ....... .... ) ... ... ....., h o:- O
And they crouch'd like wolves that at o'erinastered, THuwrao Bonns i.vro A PROEssrox.- VrtN,, had r,.;oli._ to i.-sacre and ro. the riche .t of
England stretched out, her and, and toueb'd the. Sep)t. 22.-Sojeo- of the mea who were airtet.-l at (.hristi.,un, iu.:-lhidin thr:- Enu-li.h ('Conu!, two hill
world- Triesto after thu ithijuowiug of ombu l iutoibe anks tribt-,es riijihl! to S..:uttari to prote,. thir co-reliig-
England arose, and spake, and calmly said- t of the ,ui;-t3 .:,frevt ranl's ou August u1ou haInIui iot.-, th,.=r:I-l:,y prev.ting .1masa're. The Con-
"Nay! I am misLtress still." of the, arrest of Ov.-i-rdaauk confess they throw the ati.d ve s."kcd th.t the g'arion of Scuttari .e
OUIDA, bomb. t rim a hole duior, raiun',fore.d.
in the Tiwnestof September 6. DcD1rM.W,:T.TN Lr FLOuDs.-Lo.u,.ix, ;ept. 22.-A 4 HINESE CHEP LABOUR
_____ __ ____ despatchh irom VieniDna says tbat the Tvyol floodsal t- AP LABOUR.
"--- w-- - most lticl-5 de.troythe'townsof lonehocu, ." lleiu, A MEET!N, I LON CONDEKNS THE iMPORTATION
HALIFAX AND TRE EGYPTTAN WAR. ToblAi.:lh aud Wkl M.berg. Houses are failiiu., -very or ('-rii..
Halifax pe.l:1la had several reasons for feeling a houc at tLo e plaC-es. The Em'peror has ord .:d l L,)oro, Sept. 21.--A meeting' conveued b.y the
more than general interest in the war iu Eg3pt f iour det .-hmesM of po,,toi,(er. al ,ginUeer to be l.:imo:rati. Flderation was held in Loudou last
now so happily terminated. Admiiral Seymour, I !nt to the ditrewsed Prviuvce to repair damages event-0 to di...u) the pr,.,p,.s-d introduction of
who so successfully conditled the bombardment of by the flood. R:ailways in several parts of the prov. ( hines. l,.bor into Gte.,t Britain. A motinu, call-
Alexadria, was o thi station many year iuce will not bu: iI r',nin'ig order for a naonth. The ilu uponl the GovUn ieuttt to frame a m,:sure to)
lead'ia, was 'on this station many year_;.&.ao.,.-
Lord Beresford, the Captahu of the O,,,/,,, whose rainftll continue. prevent theimportition of Chlinese, was adopted.
altaot reckless bravory was one of the most bril- 5 LoLON. Sept. 2-.-The exhibition building .t Mr. Par- ot Sn Frauaitco, t the
liant iucident.s of th1e bombardment, had spent seve- I Sydney, New South Vales, Lae bee. burned with ever came to -re:t B( itain the Eu'lishb workin.gmien
ral seasons iu Nova Scotia and was very well known i all its conteits, nu ht go, aud die.
amonr" our sportmeun. It will be remcmrubere that E D., ,
his Chinete valet, whose dishonesty afterwards con. A- EXTELraoAty DEEL.-r.o-.1,, Itl I,,.f.- Imwo.rirr MOiE IN ELGLUa BAirIo.-A let.
signed him to prison in England, was quite a curi- DENVER,'OL. ep.22-Partieularshavebeen received ter was pr-sent,?d to the B.auker, As-.ociation pt
osity in Halifax when hero with his master. H. M. of i 1 d:I- tw:..u *:owb,,ys on the. plains in the set- their anual sti,:,u, held at Sarato, .ou 16th ulti.
S. T,,-MIal,n,. which did g'od ervic. in patrolling tlemoit of di-pute regarding two dioves of v .ttle. mo, from R. H. English, Palgiave, L,,ondoun, ac-
the Suez Caual, and whose marines took part in _i p"k.k,:1 me, ona -ia le ranged th mselves in line kn,',wledgiu, rhe invitation ,to att,:.nd the meting,
several affrays ou land, was on this st-tnio.u with thf ani ,at a .i,bnal fired. Four:r meu f,.ll de.d, th o,,f anud in'l.sing a. tateiment showing an impurtant.
flagship B, ir'-ph.., aud her ofic.6t and nm,:u weie I, e patty and or..% ,.,f the other. '.atis.fa,:tion wa; move in English banking, coneu.euuer upon the
particularly popular, not ouly in JIlifo .. in aekniowl'dged, an equitable division of the cattle t'.,iltue of the City of Glasgow ani We-.t of Eng-.
other part, of the Dominion vsit.uil by the .-bip. mande aud the patie separated. .Iud ba.ks there. The prihLiple of limitedliahbility
midshipman DeChiir, who car> into such promi- ,, 1." n,ar? uInder th-ler, law of I'l t was adopted gen-.
nence by being taken ptioneer by the rel_.-. and Tni 1orL's CO' PLo^,.-The Londoc ;,,. r ly, whl-,e ue : y tod ,itrs and
was the subject of a nmost, uere.ii leter rom of1 the 5ti in uiia,:.rzn-. tihe reult of the a thu 1:me tLin': lr.tee d stkholdtr1 from Leing
Stone Pacha's wife to his mother iu 1.':n,,1-., spn. W,,rM'1 :, Hrve.t, ,.--W Nve- duriu-' the time a .,l. tv. tht. extent of their fotni-. There ha.
two or three years of hisehildho,,d in 1-[aiiix. H s ,,- I,.e r.p.)tj w r." .,ole., ted, has thl har,-et.l t.eeu a ^ .t tv,-m !at in the nality f the propri-
i I 't '0 l l 1 '0 L e tf r n .t i le l t i ) f t h ,b 1 1 1 -1iitl -l i l t V I '- o
livod with hia parents iu W all-. e icuet, ,,pp sir, in th: nr .t -, htiph,-r. .n -o gool .ll roud. e ry ... te o tio o the .nited 'hU. il.t I r-
the south e d ot Gover aen t V ,,^ ,,. ,f,.-r- -e tsu',ly haid to i ,,:,rt defi:ienu:y either iu Eu- 1,,.,, I ,rs,:,- of better st,-u ,i- -hares
ward:, in one of ?,r. Henry Per:-.,' bii,,k b,-u-es in rope .r Amern .:.. Thi- -, the.- Y.. ..b-,lut,.y -..- the ful tl ext -u. t f their rii- h.,, 1,I-n txed by
South Street, E-e wi1l b. r,.. ,u !,e fu d by the r-si- ,,uie T": v, rl: d has o-.u- a ,*V, ,*a harV .t. -d law. D, p ,.t:-,. ,a il tAt l., l tl,,: linitcl .-
deuts ,i thenighhb r."","'.- menti,ned. as > sttrv ", -ith nh,.hl., likely L to ..: one of .iity;..f the ,v,-!thy is bet .- -th ,. t .ulinUt.d
little fellow fi-, o.r .ix v-a old, who, w lli his ,p c tb.. 1 ce. al1-di2 ot t (A tl.
SIt L sIt., btea -1l. i.,.'. >,i to heM 1a n .einoiii r,. ofthe Brt.t
h)orher, de sti i,. -.ail, r-ui pryd with th, PniLAr-LrHIA,. AULn .u t '2 .- Tar K K.:LT M1C'TOR-. i't : --t f,, M*' ,1 .t hIore.l, ofthe L t.
other children hliviu; near !.. H- i- fatrii3 left li. The KIc .-y Mot... ,r Co, ,,y beli :, m.:etin t- '" .....t.. 1 M o te l, ( tu a.
fax t' lves ycai.. :i,:,. !.'t. DeChair, his a ,,,t.A r, nitht, ft which all difl..r. ,,, i. :etten lt0,.inv-n lut..r
is a .:iiter of M.-. DV.'i.ou, r.ite of Col. DaVWin-. aBd the cormlpany w<%i adiv td., ,ud tl,. inveut..r The Fortup.s'e Goverumeun has signed a con.
ton, oi the Govornor-Geueral's suitto.--.alfar, X, i s to g ah-he.d with the woik -..t I uildiug -hinugiu., tract for the laying of a cable betweteu Lisbon and
S., Morny ',run..e, Catings have beeu made for 3uu h. p. engine. the United States, touching at theAzores.

pjiaSmrnad awarded. S. S. Toddings, Esq., presided at the
Per Mail Steamer "Urinoco," on Friday last organand performed the arduous task of accompany-
for New York:-Captain A. C. Alexander, R.E., and iot with skill, taste anrid ability. The cpeuiug piece
Mrs. Alexander, Miars. Johuston, Mrs. Williams, was Attwood's well known Te Duut iu F, which
Mr. &- Mrs. A. Ahley, Mrs. J. A. Roberts, Revd. was well smung. Then followed "'Samuel,"a sacred
R. O. Yearokly and Mims Yearsiley, T. J. Pearman, Cantata by John Lloyd, Jr., and of thit many mtu-
EI,-r ,M. C'. P., Messrs. J. D. Onterbridge, W. sical treats we have had to thauk our energetic ar-
Pilkinguton, and W, J. Oakes.-2, l iCabini: Chas. tistio friends of St. Gcorges for, not one equalled
Jones, B. E. Smith.-Deek : Wm. Lordcn. iun point of excellence and musical talent the ren-
Per Royal Mail Steamer Alpha" on Thursday during of Wednesdlay eveuigii-- difficult programme.
Last front Halitax:-Miss Lousemore, Miss Kirk- It is difficult when the whboleperformance was so .
ian, Mrs. 6. Todd, Mrs. Tracy, Rev. Mr.Twomey, thoroughly good to accord individual praise but we
ur,-n. Achton, R N., Msars. Howard Simith and must not pabs over iu silence the tasteful rendering
.Fox.--2,d 'Cabin : M. J. Kennedy. of that sublime iquartette at the end of the first act
In Sir G, F. s:,,rF from London, on Saturday entitled God o t the evening hour" u which all
As VissVllis, aud 31Mers, F. H. Watlington, the ladies voices were particularly tine and which
1F Triminginut anid Alfred Squires. was sung with perfect expression and feelihung ; we
T A t w were also much delighted with the trio in scene
The Ihd Trasplort a',t qPar, wasgoiugto three act two entitled "The Lod is a Man .f
Halifax to tkA tho,)e the lu0ht Regiment 1Royl W ar." The Clioruseo were exceUent throughout,
Mun-ter Fusilier,,. This order hs howvor now while perhaps the Chorus ,:f Ph-ilistines and of the
l-et-a eaa,:el~led. ebv a ud & .)L t
heo iall., 1;r isted. Hisebr,.tws and al!rO that grand Chorus Great is
The ~l~,.t c B uthe God of Battles," were the favorites of the
London With s2toiub V..r H. M. Goverumnt and to I ^ ^ ^ ^ .
Londun with st ,to, fr H. M. Goeremloyedt and to evening. The Solos of Samuel and Saul were par-
ll. hoi the Laboure icently employed on the ticularly fine and fully merited hLboir encores. Mi-
lo.'ing Do,:,k. ri;m's solo of Who ii like uuto tlihe O Lord," was
A lJt of Palm Oil, upwards of lOOlbs. in weight renl,'rd with p.-rf'et voice and feeling and de-
eqaal to 3 kerwaaue b-'rrnis full, was bought to ervei t!heenthu iaslicoratiou itreceived. We must
I-lauilton, ou Friday ltst by the 'il.,t ,c,'-t, nt fryet to ,ompliuent mot. highly the artis-
Knights, masLer, which was picked up in u i.p i ea, ti ri'elering of a nosL dini ; .:lt part, The Witch
to the North oi the.e Is-laud. VWhen disco-e'ed it of Elhoic. The Sol3s i the sixth eeue
was .ll iu ouo mass, but, 1:e.-came divided ou tilong- o v.reeni Saul anij! l,% \ ir.b ,-ere most spirited.
it i,.o thio boat. The scent from it wa. moint of- '. ,:-,)-pany tluen .Ing,' tw, mori, Nelections Re-
fi' ,iv<', joiuj t'i..- L-.L is IJing," by T-ylor, aud the
'El The Schotouer Mlaggie, Captain Darrell ar- Nu: j.'iwItris in F, ty Attw-ood : the whou-- bein
rid ve-tid'-,v fiorIA Marh:iaret's Bay, N.S. CaptI.:n m.t. iappr..,p-iate-y closed by a soleui Glori:."
D. rtfiou.,, i,.: day a from land to land.------ -
The Barque 6S- G. F. &t',nuar, Captain W'atling- Sir Jamis Alderson. I. D., F. R. S., Physiciau
tou :Iarrived-d ,u .SLrday last from Londonu-26 Extraor.linary to the Queed, isdead. Front 1.86;
dayfiomu laud tolInidl.-Experiencedsevere weath- to is7u ie was President of the Royal College of
er oa Sunday tL. -3rd ultimo. Physicians, .

amateur talent of the Island,, most ably and etli:ieut-
ly assisted by .ome of fine male v,:ices from our
military friends. The whole troupe was under our
well know minusic.d friend W. T. Roberts, E,:c.,
Sto whoe.- capital. management and c.reifuld training
' a large share of the evening's enjoyment must be



Proceedings of t he Honorable Legislative
Friday, 291h September, 1882.-Putrsuant to ad*
journaient tthe House umet.
Presod.--tis honor Josiah Rpes, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Euenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
S Jan)f. Tucker, Rer. Genl.,
"4 0. S. Tucker,
Civpndi.h Boyl ,", Al.Seely.
The following Bills were brouiht up from the
House of Asembly and read tie fltat time:-
A Bill enti'1ed "An Act to Incorporaie the Ber-
keley Educational Suciety,"
A Bill entitled An Act to coninue ibe ubsi.dy
crantel hvy The New York S-tearm C(.omimunication
Act, 1ST77."
A Bill -mtitled An Act to amend the Jurorsa
Act, 1881,"
A Rill entitled An Act relating to the Office of
Colonial Seciretary."
The Bill entitled "An Act to amend the Liquor
License Act, 1880," was returnedI from the Hounse
of Aseimnily with a Mezsage concurring ia the
Couocil's amendment thereto.
The Bill, as amended, was then read the third
time and passed.
'The Eill entitled An Act to continue and
amend the Acts for the Regulation of the Post Of-
flee," was read tLe third tinme and passed, and or-
dered to be laid before His Excellency the Governor
by the Hon. Cavendish Boyle.
The Resolve granting a ratuity to Pilot John
Swau, was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The HoP. E. Harvey in Lbe Chair.
Tbe Committee rose.
The Hons reaumed.
rbe Chairman reported the Resolve without
amend ,ent.
The douse adopted the Repoir, and the Rule as
to Fevertial readiiqgs of rille and Resolutions on the
eamne la'v Laving been ,Fipendc-d, Ithe RKsolv. wPA
then read Ihe third lime m.d prtose,, ond orcdererl
to be iid lieftre His Ex:e.leo.,yy (lie Governor !y
the Hon. ('avenli>'i BElr, ..
'I he bill entiild An Act relating to th. Offica
of the Proverst Marshal Oen:r-A," was read the
aeeefd time.
T'i'e lioune went inio CommitteP ihivreon.
Th'!'e- Hon.James 'T'uekr in ithe Chair.
Tbi C'onum'tt:-e roe.
'1 tie I-louee r .c- ui::-,l.
The Cljirman IePlorted the Bill without amuerd.
Tlbe Hous( adopted The Seport, and the Rule as
to Several readiris of Bills and ResolutioLR or. Ohe
same day bhiving bien suspended, the Bill %as then
red ihe third t.ime. aud patised, and ordered to be
laid before His Exceileucy hbe Governor by ithe
Hon. Cavendian Boyle.
The Bill entitled An Act to amend the Act lfor
consolidating and amending the Law relating to
Larceny," was read the second time.
The House vent, into L'ommititee thereon,
The Hon. J. t-i. Harvey in'the Chair.
The Committee rse.
The House resumed.
-The Chairman reported the Bill without, amend-
The BouEe adopted the Report, and the Rule as
to several retdings of Bills and Resolutions on the
same day having ,aen ru.-pended, the Bill was tbea
read the third time and passed, and ordered to be
laid before His Excellency the Governor by LtLe
Hou, Cavendish Boyle.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 3rd October, at
1 '-;j0. a.a.
September 2S-Brigt. Alf'rd, Young, Femandina;
lunrljer, to S. S. Ingham
October 2- Barque Sir G. F. Seymour, Watlington,
London; guods for merchants.-Agents, J. II.
TritLngham &: Sous.
September 29-Mail Steamuer Orinoco, Fraser,
New York.
Sclar. Edith R, Baxter, Coruwalli", N. :.
30-Brigt Extl.cior, Mayr, Sha.diae, N.B.



To-morrow, Wednesday,
The 4th Instant.
At Noon,
. t Jiy ,Suclion Room, Queen

"Will you give the T,,,.-, r a few of the prac- I WILL SELL BY AUCTION,
tical points reg-.uiiiug what you term the new pro- r CHANDELIERS-3 1nd Light.
fession, 'Mr. Gre.-, Two r ahguny SIDE BOARDS
"Certainly," lie replied. "The general public o Mahogany M n TS BRS
is not perhaps aware of the enormous extent of the .Two Mahogany HA af Moon TXBLES
means of electric comrnauniuatin at tho present. One ELy CHAIR A Piuo STOOL
There are 6 cable underlying the ocean: cables Two Foot STOOLS A PERAMBULATOR
traverse the Persian Gulf: the Mediterranean is One Octagon TABLE A WASHSTA.ND
crossed and recros:-d b)y ,al.les. There are at this One Counter SHOW CASE
moment thousn'dul of nillioin, of dollars invested 4 Ale PUMPS
in cables alone. Now, the condition of theae cables A Comple-te Sausage MILL
is a matter determined only by the electrician. In I Set Counter SCALES & WEIGHTS
localizing the faults or weak pla,:es in tlh cable a Maho'any Office STOOL
current of electricity is the menus employed, the C Uoral CULINARY Articles LEA
positive .urrent operating in a c-rta.iu Way, and -, C" TTF
the negative in the opposite, s, that. by the roper DECANTERS
adjustment or alterunatiou of those two the faulty O. IOA SEED, Red and lWhite,
place i either relpired or so located that a ship abut 50 Botle r ,
can be sent to the precia spot to rep.-ir it." ab1ut 50 Ittles-wairtge,
"Is the apparatuic acmfIlplcate.lone, Mr. Greer?" 12 CaPes PRATT'S Kerosene OIL
"Not at all. A fault at midoeoan in a cable can 50 RvamsNote PAPER-Phcenix Mills
be located byan intmirument not larger thau a man's 6 Reams FOOLSCAP SCARVES
hat. It is nut a work req.uiriung physical fore, but BOWS Cotton Half HOSE BELTS
rather keen abilities. gool mathematical and sen- f ERSEYS Shirt FRONTS JACKETS
entific training, to which is, of uourse, super-added Hf AT'.-MStraw and Felt.-(Men's)
the special education of the elect rini tu. Lady's BONNETS and HATS-Straw and Felt
Are there yet Mr. Greer, any regular college. Lady's Dressed HATS SKIRT
established to give this 0 a Lad.KEy's Dr'eRA S WKISETY
"There are only four places in the world where JACKETS ULSTERS WIN GEY
it is uow taught. The-e are ParisL u, Tokio, LAMA CORSETS TRIMMINGS
(Japan' and New York, where this Fall a college FRINGES GLASSWARE
of electri,-al eugineeriu will be opened. It is sit- Pie FR [TITS PICKLES BRUSHES
uated near the niedial colleges." Toilet SOAP EASKETS TINWARE
What i the propects for the elctri, rail- And other miscellaneous Articles.
"t is most encouraging. They are already in The Sale to be resumed on FRID \Y next,
successful operation inu Berlin, in Paris, one in (the Gth Inst.), should the whole not be dis-
Ireland, and that of Mr. Edi-,toen', on a small seal.o, posed of onWeduesday the 4th, to-morrow.
in MeuloParlk. BErlin has the longest steutnow f j. HE.NE ,
in use, and its results are ,:tirely r sati.-iactory. ,
There is no doubt that it will prove the motor for Auctioneer.
the elevated railways of large cities, and will soon Queeu Street Auction Room, "
entirely supersede the clumny street-car system. Hamilton, ;'rd October, 1S2. J
The travelling of the future will be by electricity.
So will the communication of thie future, :and it is Royal Gazette" once.
hardly difficult to imagine a time whc-n &team and
horse railways, and when postal communication or T
shall be entirely suspended by ele:tiia:l appli'ure-e FL Sale by Tender..
for travelling and for all mannuuer of ioitespoudncre. --

DUBLIN, Sept. 20.-It is stated that owing to R E AXL E S T A E
the release of a number of prisoners, consenpen!t
upon the immediate expiration ol the Co,'r'. ., In this Town.
the authorities hbare sent away eertain pere "bo 611:-
pected ol informing, fearing that they would be mur. OT NUMBER NINETY-THREE of se-
dered if they remain. L-.-. conl. Longitudinal Street, of this Town,
,>N-T which Lo measures .-'.0 feet on its Northern
A NEWFOUNDLAND SENSATION. and ',ou,,.rn sides, an, 150 feet on itsFastern
"The Newfoundland ov.n-spund.lut of the New antd W.-st'rn sides rc-pectively ; it lie s itidife-
Yourk Hrr,.d telegraphs that i-irual under Sept. diately South of the Pie-,,i.-s occupie.i by the
9th: Iutelliget:.v was r.-'.eived here lact night of Comissarit Department, ad is bothde,.
iauott j .iConmissariat DepartLwent, anl is bounile
aR nD r. utriue Ot .i'u-t ,upr.rlll.-.d dr ..r \t,'tdi,.,i'i by Lot No. 1 i one.. oT the Lots emn-
ted on BritLh t-rtnitorv by tke Ciommanrier of a on those P i .e s, by Iot
French lural 'ov,,t guad. "II vin-r ,ir..,pe-,i aurn ir brac-1 on thos P erui-e ; 1 br y ot
off' J.ak-.-n's Arm, situated (in the u.-r'hwest ,ide No. 1i ; S',t.,ti hl, by the said second Longi-
ot White Bay, he went on -shore. with.a c:nipany of tudinal Street, also called Reid Street, and
marin.: 4a ul posted th- Frnc.:lh tri..ulr on i'. sit r/q by Lot No. f-..
lIm u Sta-e. H-..ere- lte. twtor.npor Trym,:v u neutsn Toelders f'ol the i- h(,'e will )e re-
one on. ' h -ile ,ft the Arm, enriblazc' :l with th-
niuinw of Friura-. Th- .r.-at:t inligatiou has ceived by the Unlet ign.,l until 12 o'cloxk-,
bleu ar.,u-el 1,V thi t, uuwarrantecd a.-t. A position "-
of th. Briti.h N..nrh AmOrii. -.iI.T .l,. t..uderI 1 4 S11 dvt a
G ',f .,n, I ', .' ..:-..', h iv.. 1,-ft f..r th. u.-rthward '
this mi..ruiig-, :',1 C,:.tnu.im1er F -n r. ill hlortlh, \The 4th day of O'i ,ber.
hvre anu op.rtuaiity .:.f inv-.tio Ati- and tfi.hially Does not bind himself to a.c-pt tlihighes
reprtiung the afiah t. th-e ritisli Admir-lty." I or an) Tender.

ANOTHER SxLY S-rTex.-An Ottawa, telegram
to the iT.,1:f: .' ,,.'sy:-Dr. Stone Wiggins, who
has on ,-veral occasions made remarkable predict
tions regarding atimospheri,: disturbances, now
comes to the front with the following prophesy:-
A great storm will stike this plauet on the 9th of
March nest. It will first be felt in Northern Pa-
cific and will cross the meridian of Ottawa at noon
(5 o'clock p.m. Lonloun timn-i of Sunday, Match h
llth, l'S3. No vss-el smuallr than a Cunarder
will be able to live in this ternpe t. India, the
the South of Europe, England d especially the
North American continent, will be the theatre of
its ravages as well as the lowlands on the Atlantic
will be submerged."

DIED, on th1 25th September, at Ireland Island
after a .but painful illusi-. which he bot'e with
patient i,,nH. R.''EET R.NDrLFHa Barry, the
third and dearly ,lI. :.ved snu of Johu and Hannah
Love Godsifl, aiged 2u yea:re and six months.
"Not lost but gone before."
.....',, at St. Davi.-l' Island, ou the 27th Sep-
tomti-r, ISi2, at Albet1 C.:-ttage, Ras. Jo-irEP- B.
MiNtoRi-, in th<: '"ith year of li.:r avt : r-li,:-t of the
late Mr. Joseph B. Minors of St. David's.
......, in Devonshire Parish, September 29th,
SA.-' JANqE va l' 17 yers -i ind l months, thild
diiuht:.r of J.),. D. and Ann B. St-ele, leaving-
father, mother, i tersawl1 reand ai
circle of relativc- and friend to montru thair loss.
....... in this Town on Sunday morning', Oct.,
1st, JENNIE LOUrS.E, second d-itiht'tr 'of George .B.
and Editha Swan aged 11 month-.
HILLSBU'RH.-At hi,, residence in Saratoga
Springs, ou the 7th in-'t., CuiwLESZ HIr.LLSEaRE, j
agedl 53 year.


For Sale orire.

A Superior Horse Donkey perfect-
ly Harmless and Quiet.
With a new style
Carriage and 1 harness.
The same would suit a Lady or Invalid.
Terrum. Moderatte.
Pleaseo apply to
Hamilton, September 3, !aS2.

Minarn's Linitnetit

A Sulpply of' this famous Remedy
Rheumatism., Neuralgia, Stiff Joints, Burns.
Bruises, Soie Throat, &c.. &c.,
Just heicive.1l liy
Me.lic al !fall.
September 1'2, 1882.-1 m

East Br.,a'lway.
Hamilton, September 26. 1i2.-2 3p"

Bermuda Hunt Club.

Mr. W. H. Grecr, o? 'Nw York city. a getle-
man who is largely iitere,'-ed in these rnew inven-
tions, has been in Bostou n or few days, and, being
asked by a iepieseutatiro of the TIf,w,', r for some
iuformatiou on a.mubject of :-uI .ibsorbing interest,
kiudly a,:., to the rIu41e-t. Mr. Gre,.-r is a min.
of cosmop..litan tav Il s)endiLugi much oA' Lhi time
in Europe, and he long :r'-iv (close personal
attention to the alvnciing rrs::ults of ap-

A anYe

ii JBusiness.

THE Uudersigned having talked a Partner
in the Smit'.-'ry Busiuesi from and after
,the 1st October, inst:mn, 1, 2,
(See Adlvertisemant)
Respectfully riluests all' Pr-ons Ihaving
CL.I .IS against hlin to r;-e'ler a-usne on O1
The 3Jst Instant,
tL,eillo up to JOth Septibiier, without fail, as
aiuv AccountsI reniic'r-id after' that d ,t' 'il not
be ,i'.h' /.! .

-,. B.-Mr. V'0.-.r> takes this (-lpport-tuity
of thauk;in his friends and p.atrons for past
favours, and on behalf of tho New FiLm so-
licits a ,.'o tiuani,:? ,ii" s:mp.
Hamilton, Oct. n.l. 11 "*2',-3 .
"Coloiiist"-and "' Tew Era"' copy 3 times.

By Public Au.etron, Strawb rv Plants
Ulr 6he 'B I G S H D D 0--


5th !,ita ', at 12 o'clock,
A Portion of the Cargo of the
" garet's Bay, N :..,,
1Oo O FIl' I ich b prnee lBOARD
5,000 do, 1 inch (.Iressedl)
Ditto Ditto
200 i'I.. F -.r Peet LiT)IS
i.i i'i e" I", .,- ( PALIN G
1,000 Foor ditto P.-lii"gs '.
Immediately after will be Sold, in
the Sit re, over Our (Olicfe,
A L -t ,If Dl Y (O1S (;L 's-"' \RE
'3 Sets SCA!.I ad \ ,T
I F. ,i-h Ei- ),v :L'. i K
S:n,,othling IILONS, ,
I' te.. Etc., Ete.

By Order of Naval Storekeeprr,

I 6

ed R AISINS-89

Hamilton, October 3rd, 18,2.

& COners.


*THE Undersigned respectfully re-
n quest Importers ip-r New York Mail
early tifter the ltc eipt of Goods as possible.

THE Under-.igie.l his Received from Ilalifax
El.EVEN 'riHOUS \Nit P L A N S.
Those having ordered witl please Call for their
I'! it,-.
Perison, dci-ironi of Ordering any of the fol-
l,, iu,.. rPl.'.ts :--
WilVon'l \llbany-the hardiest andi most pro
lifi,, perhaps tie birst Market Ilerry, flavor
1ICl,.J, .-V3iIS'.i tneJ tiiAl.
?'car:et M.Iasiolia-ha.rdy, anid holis its size bet-
ler than the Wi'3o1i ; an eXCellent variety.
Green 'rolilic-v'cly prolific and ;i r-ly and
: raik gr', ; ,ip.-, l.te. i'
Downer's Prolific-hardy and prolific ; ripens
early. ,
Trioni|h dl Gandl-very large and fine ; flavor
ex.-el'iit, buot requires careful cultivation,
andi iiter kills easily ; late,
Jutnc d.i-reeitmbles the 'rimijih de Gand er-
cept th-' it is hardier ; late.
(.'.lonel Cheney-large and fine, flavor delici-
ous, pairtakes of the i.iture of the IRas-el
antd Triomph, but hardier, fully a4 prodn..tiv..
as the Wilson ; gives promise of being th.,
t best berry grown.
; Will please call at the Undersi-zned, 23 iFront
Street, on or before the 9th Instant.
P. S..- his u ill be the last opportunity this
'eason. 2'

Hlamilton, October 3, 18s2.,-1


I 'I i: lUDL Alias ?
By His Eacellence i. ieut.-General T.
L. GAL L IP E Y, H.1.,G,,v-
erno,, oil' Cl mandeei-in- Chiefc,
S. Vic A dmiratl and Ordinariy, irl
anid river these Islands, 4'.. ,'c..

Delays have zwindured this request a neces,- V h-EAS tlOIlN N x'.TH -NI'lL '' I\N-
sitry. "- '.1{(IGi li has prayeod for A.Ininistrt.
cTROlT T & COX to-ii on the L-state oafJA d1iS WILLlA.- i Mc-
S...., .. -\'L' t.Y' :N, late ofil Pembroke 'Parish in these Is-
AgHa itlton, B~ c "'?" !a,4Js, Gotle t an, diceei- .1.
Haeptember 2 tht 1S. dt, This is thlerefurc t,. gie ,mlicer, that :t'..!>'
September 2,ith. 1 ,2. P'eisi. sor I'eroias c.aIn Ilew any j 'I \. 'C;i0se hy
thi.-' r::d itd nimusrtiit n si oukl i|,,t. b I ;.I nitel
ta fVe'le' ,,to -he said J1 liN N 'iiA' ; 'N '.Al, --' .
S\\ H G iT, lie, s or i the- re tou tie !hii, iher,
f A A--THouseo a l T : or l;'ii L veat ill w* i'. is the i'rfi.iry'd
S-v- "A u r U lici,, ol these ,'Ilan .ds 'ii I'ii t'- d.",--< t froi
In the Fowlt 01 HIamillOu, thu iii;raiionie 'ie..f, otherwise ilth- AAd-
nistralion will 1-te granted neirediiiny
FoI Partkulars ilcue apply CAVEN r loi Secretary
R. 1). DARRELL, EsQ. Dated at the Secr.-tary's Olice, l
Ha ilton, No r. 29, s,:l. I this 2nd dty tO'Ocivb.;.r, 1,-,.

Paget Millinery,

A Choice. Selection of

rL 003
October '2, lS-3'2.-2

New and Cheap




A MEETING will be held, in
the TowN HALL, HAMILTOM, a 3-0 p.m.,
On THURSDAY, October 5th,
To Elect Swr,':des ,,7mAke arraue'jea uf f.-r
the A.,,ii,, Ran's.
Hony. Secy. B.H.O.
October 2nud, 132.
"Col,nist" please copy.


Has Received from Teneeriffe via
New York his Supply of
TR ed& IVhite Onion Seed
Which will be ready for delivery on WED-
From the care taken in the selection of this
Soedl the Subseriber has no doubt it will prove
equal to the best in the market.
Crawl, Septr. 28th, 1S82.


The Smithery Business
F ORMERLY carried on iii Hamilton by
F. W. VOSSMER will in future be con-
ducted by
F. I. VOSSMIlER and G. i.
With their extensive knowledge of the busi-
ness, ti.: y bservan. of punctuality, and with
a giaratie of ., .' n g--nerally, respect-
fully soli-,its a share ut the Publik Patron ,ge.
Hamilton, October 2nd, 1852.
Bermuda Papers copy 3 times.


Per Orinoco' and Sir G. Sey-
At Store of
Hanilt ,n, cet. ;3, H .'

LADIES Superior Black French
Kid (ALO P0S.

Hamilton, October 3, 1882.-Ipd

Lately Received from LOA DOOT
and .NE if FORK,
S I.TT.S Superior Carriage HI N"1'-..S-.
with Collar and Ha-nes,
Ifitto ditto d ir) dito-with .-, ..I.D,
i)i'to lito Cairt H CNESr, S,
H r: v ;r II .' ei a s, V',Id g SA : ,
stirr p) 1, 'la !' nd i a i ,,i. ,
i.,dh,. lR I i. i ,1 I'iT S, :ll v t .
ha.rrj t,.a -, ,*il >'. R. l n

' ,.
., an ncd 'n -
1'h .it r t i, ; .
l "~ir 1\ ^.0

:. 'Cr r' i 'I -a. i:.
C marriage ,,ii.l it.'. a *.- ,.
Riding and rl.', ., .c \4 -,
i .i :, er I I' LL -, .. ':. > oi. ir. ,
'urry .' .' ., !. -^ C u.,
Lap iiI IlS' ,
Ilor e RUG(S aid BL \N K bTS,
l.'i fik -l;' SKINs, %% ..S iERS,
Vc OI,.;n i0., Soft U4AP, POLISH,
itIM,., I AFTI-", BO\VW,
.-POKiES, HUllB.
sN'R 4W iu Bales or Bdl.J.,
20 Bales IIAY, slightlI damaged.
Reid Street, Haunlti.n,
2nd October, IS., 2.

"Long Island Brewery"

A Fresh Supply recently receiv-
e d fi om the above Brewery in Casks of
36 Gallons each.
Beer Shops as well as Canteens can be fur-
nished the above at a low figure by
Front Street, Hamilton.
Oct. 2nd, 1882.


Has Just Received from England,: a uce Lot o

consisting of
Moustachule CUPSi & SAUl:i:8
IlU;S IUBWLS Bed louinm TS
Egg ('UPS, & e., &c., &e.
ANI FrcU()l NEI.W Y)'. K
By -i'L t sMta,.er,
'I \%MS Stl iM LDE' .%,'** i;.1 .
y I' t- I .t t' K ERI .L 1'r '
O K fI.\ T'S' \.,UlI1 *, &c., &a .
.J:J-IN Buy I I ,-
'.-s B!lre':,.riy V& V;c o .i -a .
!a ; .
Au,IMt t "'?.


;L,; ; -~ ':5
' (,

About the 1:th October next.
Apply at. R.E., Ocee, Prospect, between
10 a.ui. and 4 p.m.
Hamilton, September :30, 18-2.-2.

C-lonial Secretary's OMce,
2nd October, 1882.
- T. L. GALLWEY, R.E., has received
information from the Right Honourable the
Earl of Kimberley, Her Majesty's Principal
,'ceretary of 'tiate for the Colonies that H ul
MA.JE.IY willI no'. !,ie idvi.*i d to exorcise it'"
oewer of ili.sallow.nce in respect of the follow.-
ing ACT-i of. the Legislature of Bermuda
nassed during the present Session:
No. I.--' An Act to amend anil continue The
Official Surveyor's Act, 13.78."
No. '2.-" An Act to amend the Bermuda
Lighthouse Act of 1877."
No. 4.-" An Act for raising -a Revenue for
the support of the Government of these Her
Majesty's Islands and to appropriate certain
sums to the discharge of the expenses of
Government as therein expressed."
No. 5.-" An Act to continue the Act settling
a Salary on the Speaker of the Assembly."i
No. (.--" An Act to continue the Act provide.
ing for the custody of the Quarantine Build.
ings on Nonsuch Island."
1 Colonial Secretaay.


TENDERS for the supply of

For Heavy Draught, will be received at this
On FRIDAY the 6th
Instant, at 12 noon,
When &the Horses must be produced for In.
It must be understood that no Horse will be
accepted without at least two days trial, at the
risk of the Tenderer ; and that each tenderer
who ofl'ers a horse as sound will deposit 5/-,
which will be forfeited if the horse does not
pass the Veterinary Surgeon Examination.
Forms of Tender may be had on a written
or personal application, between the hours of
10 & 2 o'clock daily.
A. C. G.,
Senior Commnilqariat Officer.
Co.,nmissarist, Hamilton, 0.,'. 3 1382.

For Sale

by Tender.

Real E~-atea "ri'rorv-v in WARWICK
Prish belonging to the Estat.e of ROBnIR
1.i 311iBOUPN, Er;q deteuseP'l, w,11 known as
4 Rose Cot, aoe
p-.. Anl "'.tr,-ehouse wi, hG Acres of
LAND therelo, bouuderl '.rtd by lands of
the Cstate oJ Jaime-s Darrell, Ets by Tribe
al. .So,'* ,y the Mriun I-.ue'it linal Road,
and If-st by lan,:Is (of Capt. John 4. Darrell.
Sealed TENDERS will be rec-ived by the
Undursigned, till
.f!).;Nf D. ,Y- Aorn.u, .th'e i ., instant,
who do not bin- tH.:-,.Thivc, to accept the
highest ur any Feilet-r.
Acting Executore

Hamilton, oat. 2na, isse.-2

In Sandy's Parish for Sale by Order
of the Mortgagee.
A P Iedt to enaCtnin about I acre, bound-
ed on the Aorth hsy Lui iormi rly of Tho'uss
lay, deceased, now h .!,' hIv Mary Illav; it iihe
East by Laid of thae .--s .,r elevi,.-es of I.vdia
Cooke, deceased; on tlie South by l..and of the
Heirs or Devi.ees if t'harles ltattera, deceased,
and ou the II'eit by ,ad now or late of' Robert
iieliurd Ji.nniig.r Tr,eker, or however other.
wise the said .-'arcei or Land may lbe bounded or
ought to be described; together with the

:Dwelling House
Thereon erected, and the -ppurte:mances, now iu
the ozcupatin Gilbert, and to be sold, subj-et to the possibili-
tv of Dower therein of Jane Gilbert, the wile of
the said Edward Albert Smiih Gilbert.
TINDEORS for the above Property will be
received by the U'ndersigned until uoon of

12h Otrtr-ber, prox.,
The will inot he bound to -accept
the highest or any Tender.

Hlamnilton, 25th Sept., 181

For the Mortg-'gee.

---- -- -,,, -
Geo Alden, William Adams, F C Andrew, Man-
uel de Audide, F A Buckley, Samuel Burchal, H F
Buroh, F.,anito Betaneourt, Banp-Burelot, George
Kyffln-B'-rqua Bellvne," ,-ophie Bascombe, Ed
Bernard, William G Blake-Scbr "* Poot Boy." An-
tonio Cabral. John W Deohield, Caetano-Domingo,
O!aI Alexandersen-Sbip Dux," D
" Mary L Dunn," Franc-neo Fernahdea, 'William
Giihbon, Juiia E Griffin, .1 J Gillam, Emma Henry.
oj-,. MAr Irving. Jeronym,)Joaquia, SN Joel, Riobd
J P Jm,-es, A Jones, Veirio de iLuz. Peter Laran,
i 0 Leary. Sis B Mustan. Marcsi'iuo VeniraNun'es,
Aj,,r.u Ou.erhri']le, Matilda Adc iMa Perinchief, E
H Pehrtnau, ,Mis A PFinuvawni. M~l.s E Monroe, AS
Smith, F A Sitrmon. MIrs H S-ure,.-Fraulisla dos
Augosd.. Silveira. "J H Stewart, Eunz Tneketi ,- ml
Jaimes Virgiu, Henri.lta Wil!n.o.
POST OFFICE, ..MT. GEORGE, 2ad Octr., 1882,
Luizi Fradi, Schr Codeo City," Barqiue "Ga-
Head," William Nealson S.iirh, Mrs T kinso
Mrs Lydia Tucker, ecbr Williamliarjin."


. I




Mr. W. H. Greer, of New York city, a gentle-
man who is lurlely iLt.-.r.,t.l in the a new iuven- '
tions, has been in BDostoun fr a few days, and, being
asked by a representative of the. i,',.'r for some
information on a subject of such ;ia.,rbingiutereOt,
kindly acceded to the request. rh'. (-r.-i i. a m, I
of c,, travel speilding much of his. time
in Eurcnl .e. an, ii. l .. 1, v. -'.n close p:-, il6uo'
nuetntiou to the au ing r,: ults of electrical ap-
hlia n ee s .


To-morrow, Wedne:
The 4th Instant.
At N'Toon,
31 lIy ,uclio.i Room,



"Will you give the T a few of the prao- I WILL SELL BY AUC1IONT,
tical points reg.u.iiun what you term the new pro- mWO CHTANDELIEPS-i3 and 4 Lights
session, Mr. .. (r- 1 Tw'o Mah.. nyv SiDE BOARDS
"Certainly," heo replied. "T.o geural public Mahoanv lf Moon TABLER
is not perhaps aware of the enormous extent of the A Piano TOOL
teans of electric communication at the present. One EE. Ew AIRAR A Piano STOOL
There are 8 cables underlying the ocean: cables Two Foot STOOLS A PERAMBUL.XTOR
traverse the Perian Gulf; the Mediterranean is On,. Octagon TABLE A WAS-ISTAND
crossed and recrossed by cables. Thenr are at this One Counter SHOW CA.SE
moment thousand of millions of dollars invested 4 Ale PUMPS
in cables alone. Now, the condition of these cables A Complete a-u.-ape MILL
is a matter determined only by thi le,:-trici-mu. In I Set Countier SCALE-1 & WEIGEITS
localizing the faults or weak places in the cable a Mahogany Office STOOL
current of electricity is the means empl.oytd, thi Sera CILINARY Articles rEEA
positive current operating in a (ct.iu 'vay, Yal I-DEYCANTERS i
the negative in the opposite, so that by the proper D NT S
adlju-tmeut or alternatiou of those two the faulty O.NIO.N SEED, Red and White,
plhce is either repaired or su located that a ship about 50 liottles--i.'ru,,,tl,
can be sCent to the precis.: spot to repair it.
"Is the aplr,.Ituia.-.,mpli..ate1 on., Mr.Greer" 12 Cases PRATT'S Kerosene OIL
"Not at all. A fault at midocean in a cable can 50 i'e-an's Note PAPER-Phoenix Mills
be located byan instrument not larger than a man's 6 Reams FOOLSCAP SCARVES
hat. It is not a work requiring , .force.-, but BOWS 'Cotton Half HOSE BELT-'
rather keen abilities, good miatel,matimail an'-l sci- JEt;;;EY ,-hirt FRONTS JACKETS
eutifie traiunig, to which is, of course, super-added IAT-S-'t ra v and Felt--(Men's)
the special e.lucat ioa of the electrician. Lv:y's BONNETS an.l HATS-St raw and Felt.
"Are there yet Mr. Greer, any regular c.,:Tgea Lady's Dressed HATS rKIRT..
established to give this training ?" JACKETS ULSe ERS WINR EY
S"There are'only four in the world were AC CORSETS TRIW INGE y
it is now taught. Thee are Paml. Lu.ou, ToKIo, LAMA CORSETS A TR IMMINGS
(Japan), and New York, where this Fall a college FRINGES ('LARSSVARE
of elect cn-ugiuoeiug- will be ..peutd. It is sit- Pice FRUITS PICKLES B TRUSHE ,
uated near tle nedieal.:olls." Toil-t SOAP EASKETS TINWARE
"What is the priispecti for the electric rail- And other miscellaneous Articles.
ways P"Al
"t is mo. t eu-ouraging. They are already in Tb, Sale to b,1.:r rein.d on FRIDAY next,
successful operation iu B.rliu, in Paris, one in (the 6th Inst.), should the whole not be dis-
Ireland, and that of Mr. Ediston's, on a mall c-ale, posed of on Wednesday the 4th, to-morrow.
in MenloPark. Berlin has the longest cextenut now ,f. J. HEVNEY
in use, and its results are entirely satisfactory. A pioneer.
There is no doubt that it will prove the motor for Auctioneer.
the elevated railways of large cities, and will soon Queen Street Auction Room,
entirely supersede the clumsy street-car system. Hamilton, 3rd October, IS'1 2.
The travelling of the future will be by electri'ity. I
So will the communication of the future, and it is Royal Gazette" once.
hardly difficult to imagine a time when steam and
horse railway, and wheu postal ,:...mimui.ation F r Sale by Tender.
shall be entirely nsupeouel by electrical appliances
for travelling and for all manner of coii.--poiudunicu. -- i

DUBLIN, Sept. 20.-It is stated that owing to
the release of a number of priionern, epnseq"ent
upon the immediate expiration of the C'o.rn, act,
the authorities have sent away certain persons sus-
pected of informing, fearing that they would be mur.
dered if they remain,
"The Newfoundland correspondent of the New
York Herald telegraphs that journal under Sept.
9th: Iut.:-lligi."-' was received here last night of
an outrage of almost unparalleled daring commit-
ted on Brititi t.:riitory by the Commander of a
French naval coast guard. Having 1 r. .p.'- anchor
off Jackson's Arm, situated on the northwest side
of White Bay, he went on shore with a company of
marines and posted the French tricolor on Cumber-
land Stave. He erected two t.n-iijor.ary, ni.:unentk.'
one on each side of the Arm, emblazoned with the
iu.i,:h;a of France. The greatest in1;*,u has
been aroused by this unwarranted act. A portion
of the British North American .\i ,..ti:., t.=u.'er
Griffin, and Firebrand, have left t.:.r th.- .:.rtlihwv,l
this morning, and Commander Fane will shortly
have an opportunity of invi-it t m. a ,i- l officiallyy.
reporting the afi t. ti:th- i: i--. AdJir ,lty."

ANOTaER SAXBY STORx.-An Ottawa telegram
to the Halifax Mailsays:-Dr. Stone Wiggins, who
has on several occasions made remarkable predict
tions regarding atmospheric disturbances, now
comes to the front with the following prophesy :-
A great storm will strike this planet on the 9th of
March next. It will first be felt in Northern Pa-
cific and will cross the meridian of Ottawa at noon
(5 o'clock p.m. London time) of Sunday, March
11th, 1883. No vessel smaller than a Cunarder
will be able to live in this tempest. India, the
,the South of Europe, England and especially the
North American continent, will be the theatre of
its ravages as well as the lowlands on the Atlantic
will be submerged."

DIED, on the 25th September, at Ireland Island
after a short but painful illness, which he bore with
patient submission, ROBERT RANDOLPH BATTY, the
third and dearly beloved son of John and Hannah
Love Godsiff, aged 20 years and six months.
"Not lost but gone before."
......, at St. David's Island, on the 27th Sep. i
tember, 1882, at Albert Cottage, Mrs. JosEPH B.
Mino, in the 49th year of her age ; relict of the
late Mr. Joseph B. Minors of St. David's.
......., in Devonshire Parish, Siptenler 29th,
SusAN JANx aged 17 years and 8 months, third
daughter of Jos. D. and Anra B. St-elP. leaving
father, mother, sisters and brothers and a large
circle of relatives and friends to mourn their loss.
......, in this Town on Sunday rmornuin, Oct.,
1st, JENiBE LoUvsi, second daughter !of George B.
and Editha Swan aged 11 months.
HILLSBURH.-At his residence in Saratoga
Springs, on the 7th inst., CHARLas HILLSBUR4H,
aged 53 years.

....... N OTICE.,

For Sale or Hire.
A Superior Horse Donkey perfect-
ly Harmless and Quiet.
With a new style
Carriage and Harness.
The same would suit a Lady or Invalid.
Terms Moderate.
Please apply to
Hamilton, September 5, 1882.

Mintard's Liniment

A Supply of this famous Remedy
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Stiff Joints, Burns,
Bruises, Sore Throat, &c., &c.,
Just Received by
Medical a-all.
September 1, 1882.-1 m

In tlhis Town.

cond Longitudinal Street, of this Town,
which Lot measures 50 feet on its Northern
and Southern sides, and 150 feet on its Eastern
and Western sides respectively ; it lies imme-
diit.ely South of tihe Pi.-ui occupied by the
Couniiigariat Depart'ii.-nt, iiil is b[i,,ln l-I
t\ur/t'l-',I N.i Llt No. I: o 1'A the Lots em-
brac',l on th'is,-. Premise ); Easterly by Lot
No. 92 ; /,/, l/, by the said second Longi-
tudinal Street, also called Reid Street, and
Westerly by Lot No. 94.
Tenders for the above will be re-
ceivd by the Undersigned until 12 o'clock,

i On rtl (
The 4th day of October,
Does not bind himself to a,:e. pt tle highest
or any Tender.
East, Broadway.
Hamilton, September 26, 1882.-2 3p

BermudaI Hunt Club.

MEETING will be held, in
t l,' TOWN HALL, TTAMILTOM, a 8"0 p.m.,
On THUI'SDdY, October 51h,

To Elect Stewards /, make ,rraminwaf- fir
the Anniual Races.
W. C. 1HI SEY, A.D.O.,
Hony. Secy. B.H.O.

October 2n.1, 1882.


list" lplpasecopy*.,


Has Rec,?iveld from Teueriffi viza
New York his Supply of
Red & li 7cOn SiSeedl,
Which will be ready for delivery on WED-
From the care taken in the .selection of this
e..,1, th,. Subeii.rilb.rha inoIoubt it will prove
equal to the best in the market.
Crawl, Septr. 28th, 1882.


The Smithery Business
IFO1MEP, LY carried on in Hamilton by
I F. W. VOSs.iElt will in future be con-
ducted by
F. V. rOSS31R ad o G. W.
With their extensive knowletld', of the busi-
ness, the observann of punctuality, and with
Oa i, r,.i:'-- of n ?nerailly, respect-
fully solicits a shareut t :'. Puili,. Patronage.
HRmilton,. October 2n.l, 1, w2.
Bermuda Papers copy 3 times.


A (7eange

THE Undersigned having taken a Partner
in th:1 Siiit.1ry B1.ur,,--s" from and after
the 1st October, in -.t2n. -',

Respectfully reque-t: :,ill i '-, I ;'-ns hi vir,.g
CLAIMS against him to render same on oa

The 31st Int t,14
:M ,r .- up I, .i -L, :*.l,--i:*., w- ith '.'t. fail, as
any Account i-:-d i.1 aft't' that date, will not
be noticed.

Y. B..-MIr. Vossmer take-, Li- ,.pi:-'-tuniity
of liaukii E'V his 1 -f-- and p itroIls fur lpait
favors, and on ., L of h-. N-.: Fimnn 5i-
licits a continuance of same.
Haumilt.;,, Oct. 2nd, I -1 .3
"C(',l.:,mst" and "'- W.Era" copy 3 times.

B~y Public AuA tion, Straw yPlants
Under the B I GS Eq H

5th lIstai, at 12 o'clock,
A Porlion of the Cargo of the
,,-iih... e: MA "MGGI:," from St. Mar-
garet's Bay, N. 8.,
10,000 F : '' j IInch irice BOARD
5,000 do. 1 inch (.lresse,)
Diito liito -
200 Idls. Four Feet LATIS
L,io'0 Five Foot PALINGS
F,,,, !*., dit.o Paings..

Immediately after will be Sold, in
the Stores, over Our lii-,
A' 3 Settg SCA,.:-; and \VCE[fITS
I E..,-h i,-if.t Day CLOC K
Smoothing liLONS,
Etc., l.te., Etc.
By Order of Naval Stoi:rek.-eejir,
Damaged RAISINS-89 lbs.,
S POTATO-71 lbs.
Hamilton, October 3rd, 1882.


THE Undersigned respect fully re-
quest Importers per New York Mail
early after the Receipt of Goods as possible.
Delays have rendered this request a neces-
Agents Quebec S. S. Company.
Hamilton, Bermuda,
September 26th, 1j -2.
v_ _. 1

i or .aie,
A House and Lot,
In the Town of Hamilton,
For Particulars please apply to
Ha...ilton, Novr, 29, 1881.

THE Uiner:,ip.i.Ii has de.eived frov, i U'aax
E.E-V-. -, I tOls\ Nsi) P L A N T S.
'!Tnose lh:'.vir. ordered will please .all for their
Plants. .
Per-.-n-, desirous of Ordering any of the fol-
I,, ill" C'l ,nis:--
'Nil.ofi's Albany-the h. riest and most pro
'iii., perhaps the best Market Berry, flavor
acid, season medium,.
Scarlet M,, and holds its size beet.
ter than the Wi's ; an excellent variety.
Green Prolific-very prolific and hardy and
rank gr', \er ; ripens late.
Downer's Prolific-hardy and prolific ; ripens
Triomph de Gand-very large and fine ; flavor
excellent, but requires careful cultivation,
and winter kills easily ; late.
Jucuada-resembles the Triouiph de Gand ex-
cept that it is hardier ; late.
Colonel Cheney-large and fine, flavor delici-
ous, partakes of the nature of the Rassel
and Trioniph, but hardier, fully as productive
as the Wilson ; gives promise of beiug the
best berry grown.
Will please call at the Undersi-mned, 23 Front
Street, on or before the 9/h INElaIi.
P. S.- I htis will be the last opportunity this
Htumilti., October 3, 1882.--1

BLI:AlJIDA, Alias -
iBy His Excellency'ut.-General T.
L. G .A L L IV Y, l?.E.,Gnv-
ernor, and Commander-in-Chief,
Vice Ad-Inrual and Ordinar.q, in
and over these I slands, 4c., 4e.,

-tRIG FIT has prayed for Administra-
tion on the Estate of JAMES WVLLI.A %I Mc.
I'.it EN, late of Pembroke Parish in these is-
lands, Gntlle *.an, deceased,
This is therefore to give ii;e.', that If. T .u
Person or Persons can shew any just Cause why
the said Administration should w.'.. be ,, i,-il
unto the nl JOHN NATHANI i. ',Al:".
WRIGtIT, he, she, or they, are to file his, her,
or thei C.l\r:lt il w;iiia'. in the Secretary's
Office of these i ,lniv \ilili I ieilctei days from
the publication hereof, iherw;isi the said Ad-
nlimni, lrion v.-ill i, ginait..l accordingly,.
Colonial Secretary.
Dated at the Secretary's Office, 3
this 2nd day of October, 1 2.

Paget Millinery.

A Choice Selection of

October 2, 1:'.-2

:ew and (Dheup

\\' i,\ PS
T'V II. E D .,-"
Per Orinoco' and" Sir G. Sey-
At Store or
Ha',ilt .n, ,.'t. 3, I1M ?.

LADIES Superior Black French
Kid 6L0 ss*.-

w. s.


Hamilton, October 3, 1882.-lpd

Lately Received from L OAD ON
SETTS4 Superior Carri.,g I\ 4 N ".>:-:s-
with Collar and Hi.,es,
nilto ditto ditto ditio-wth .. '..h,
I)it., dit o Cr. AW N ;~: N S,
ly.-v harnesses, i -1;I.. SA * r.lp 1 1 '; Ii d R n ,
\\ ii,.g BilI ., ad i ,l PS, *,.\ r l ,;.,

' i.d. and I' .
l d. a.d "d
i.. and n ,

I .,- !,-r II A. .' i .
I.:',ria;te and; ,
Ridiis and )r .- .. I
.". ,er i Lib.)L ;;t -" .,,. .,:, r ',
C oir :. -J i-, ,
Curry (' 1i ,-', Mane Combs,
Lap l i): 0 -,
Ilor-,e U (; and Bl.'Nil T.i'-S,
Ci.OIS SKINS, W .,a if,.
V -.,.,n OIL, :.oft P; \AP, POLIH, I,
ii, z,-, ,,,'TPTS, BOWS,
SPOt i. HU;;i-.
:,'i'R T W in ,ales or Bdls.,
20 Bdles iA' i', slig,i" danm.iwed.
RIeid Street, !-i:I.m h -.,n, ?
2nd October, 1-S. 3 3p

"Long Island Brewery"


A Fresh Supply recently receiv-
ed froin the above Brewery in Casks of
36 Gallons each.
Beer Shops as well as Canteens can be fur-
nished the above at a low figure by
Front Street, Hamilton.

Oct. 2nd, 1882.

Has Just Received from England,, a uee Lot o

consistig of.
Moustache CUPS & SAUi'.
MULT8 BOWL.- Bed Rouin I.TS
Feedi.g t; UPS .,EDPANS
Egg ('UPS, &c., &c., &,. -
By Last Steamer,
l 1,MS BS-Ho!, LI- ,' BAlOiB
,I iT '. *! ^, 'K h:P :'.L. B'L
IU K Ox 'TO\.UlE ', &c., &i*.
Jl A N BlkP-.ITT.-
l".si !lri-.l',v .y & Vc'o.a '- .
: T. Ev i.

......" ".WTE1.:~

S Clifton

"Clifton," d"

About the 15th October next.
Apply at R.E., Office, Pro.-spect, between
10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Hamilton, September 30, 1882.-2.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
2nd October, 1882.
T. L. GA.LLWEY, PR.E.. has received
information fro'n thoM Right Tonourablo the
Earl of Kinberley, HFTr Ml.aje-t's Principal
,.*retaly of 'lta'e for the Colonie-s that HS1
MA. E1.Iy will no' h, ti xercis 1 Hcr
,:oW-.Iolf ,fU...illov, ic& in r.-srect. of the follow-
ing ACTi of the LUgislature of Bermuda
nrs-. Il during the present Sossion:
o. .-- An Act to amenA ani continue The
Official Surveyor's Act, 1-'7S."
No. 2.-" An lct to amnend the Bermuda
Lighthouse Act of IA77."
No. 4.-" An Act for raising a Revenue for
the support of the Government of these Her
Majesty's Islands and to appropriate certain
sinus to the discharge of the expenses of
Government as therein expressed."
No. 5.-" An Act to continue the Act settling
a Salary on the Speaker of the Assembly."
No. 6.-" An Act to continue the Act provid-
ing for the custody of the Quarantine Build-
ings on Nonsuch Island."
1 Colonial Secretaay.

, .. _.



TENDERS for the supply of

Por Heavy Draught, will be received at this
O) 'dice. 1 4. ..
On FRIDAY the 6th
Instant, at 12 noon,
When jthe Hors-.s must be produced for In-
It must be un.lerstood that no Horse will be
accepted without at -least two days trial, at the
risk of the Te-uerer; and that eaeh tenderer
who offers a horse as sound will deposit. 5/-,
which will be fo' feitLd if the horse does not
pass the Veterinary Surgeon Examination.
Forms of Tonder may be had on a written
or personal application, between the hours of
!0 & 2 o'clock daily.
A. C. G.,
Senior Coniin.-turiat Ofticer.
|Cnmiisiarbt', :aluuit.,in, O,.' I 1aS2.

F~or IS.46e

by Tender.

S.. Feat t\.,i- in WARMIC
P.-:r hL.-' ,ngin. tlo t' ROBtwr
LIQ u OL'CP,, t'. q de..,-:!- 'r. ,',11 known as

l .nl '-.t.:.,Aw' ousr 6 Acres of
L-'cNO t'1iei.-r b.l -ii_.-'l *, ).iAh y land., of
te ,' Jan'w:-s D: rrnll, tf hvby Tribe
;.- a :.,,', 1 liy ti- M'In i l..ut,: .!il Road,
and West by lands of Capt. John '. Darrell.
ls.e~tl.I. Tr...N DELS will be rec-.ive, by the
Und.rsifgned, till
0' 4 i Y. .l ,; Yt ,o. the lr.'1 'nsltant,
who do not pin.- "P-,.-.ii--: to accept the
highest or any T.-n l-r"
Acting Executore
Hamilton, Oct. 2nd, 18;2.-2

In Sandy's Parish for Sale by Order
of thFe Monrtgaee. .
I ted to contain about I acre, bonid-
ed on the North hvy Li. Iorn riy of Tho,'uns
Rlay, deceased, now i.,-!, by Mary Ilav; ilihe
Eai.t by Land of the !. s ..e Ir vi,. -es of ydia
Cuke, deceeseJ ; on the South by I.nd0 of the
Heirs or Devi.eefs ofOharles Rainer:nv, deceased,
and ou the H'.,l vY Land now or late of R.ibert
Riehard Jon:iiiig..i T.eker, or however other.
wise the said Pantcel of Land may be bounded or
ought to be described- together with the
Dwellinq House
'['h.-reon erectLe, ind the Appiirte:iances, now iu
the ocCupatiui of Mr. Eldwird Albert Smihh
Gilbert, and to be sild, subj wt to the possibili-
ty of Dower lhereiu of Jaue Gilbert, the wife of
the said Edward Albert Smith Gilbert.
T EN 0)IR S for the above Property will be
received by the nlidor-iguted until uoon of
21ih October, prcx., ... "
The Mortgagee will not he bound to accept
the highest or any Tender.
For the Mortggee.
lamrnilton, 25th Sept., 1882.

POST OFFICE, HAMILTON. 30th Sept, 1832.
Geo Alden, William Adams, F C Andrew, Man-
uel de Audide, F A Buckley, Samuel Burobal, FH F
Burch, Franito Betancourt, Baup-Burelot, Geor~g
Kvffln-Barqua ** Bellvne," ophin Baeconibe, Ed
Bernard, Wi;liam G Blake-4'chr *' Post Boy." An-
tonio Cabral. John W De.ohield, Caetano Domingo,
VOai Aloxandereo-Ship Dux," D Morton-'chr
*' Mary L Dunn." Franc sco Fernandes, William
Gibson, Julia E Grjflin, .i J Gillam, Emma Henry.
son, Mis Irving. Jeronyml9 Joaquii, SN Joeli, Riahd
J PJ J'nes, A Jouc", Veirio de Luz. Peter Larion,
A O'Leary, Sis B Muason. Mareelino Venira.Nunes,
Ad,rna Outorhridge. Matilda Adeoide Perinehief, E
H Permnau, Mis. A Fin !'ie,. Mii E Munroe, A 8
:iaitth. F A Simmin,. Mrs H Sirwe, Frauliola dos
Augosd-. S7lveira. J H Stewart, Eiiz Tucker, Smil
James i Virgiu, Henrirlta Wilsoo.
POST OFFIC'E, s'T GEORGE, 2nd Octr., 1882.
Luizi Fradi, Sebr Goldeo City," Barque "Ga-
Head," William Nealson S.iiith, Mrs Tomkinson,
Mrs Lyia Tucker, Schr "Williaa Martin."

1) 12, R. i(si*ess.

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