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: VID00096
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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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 COMM RACIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


mTo. 42-'Vo. V. STA-TM SUTP. VIAS A.TIQUAS. 24s. per Ann


If4ssaile0ss, CBein ed, se..esds t, Gctobe' 17, 18IS :.4


ets ilai^nordon theaeeti. New and Cheap The Latest Styles, WINES for the Season.
ments in plain.wordsion the above question, view- 1
ing it as the aus of A.,I ihh unnecessary a: O O he Lar'0est Stock, RG NDY--S rklin SALE OF SOLDIERS'
tion o'f lte. T wai ntA. alttlk -~ii-ri;e.d onL i1ia G *" U r ingr
that )i.:-h'Pa:titi.on was l.-fur.: th. L,.--l.iii,:., OF rAJ J Extra 8ry O L CLOL N .
especially'as t he -ignature of my own P.tur ,was P T CHAMPAGNE-.M16t &Cha,:don's Extra Dry
attached. My impression was thu-., an.d i n..a., B1ONNETl IB PO I'TED, B.ut
that his a,.tiou in the case wa as acomplimnent to FLOWERS 'Vo u'ivriy HE SENIOR CO-MMISSRA.I AT
thle other disent.rs, ei 'l.rsu.ile that it would FAT!HERS E Saumur -- OFFICE:. BERMUDA, %ill eeive
atr.'ugth.n their claintu, nt tht t'r. was any VI P ers, i duplicate, p to noon o the
necessity on,.-l-h tlfof hi,. noun gatin. But SATINS J i .llL .ey Thenlrs, in dpli.nte, up to noon on the
to qu.tin in it. pili..,tiun .oerally and to 2, L\f:t I O, ntheTwfor CAI'- el ler 1882,
Warwick Parish pa.rtiul.rlzl. That was a timely I the ''n tr .rmCLAR E r e. l. f 1
hot from the- Attorey u al, the effect of Dess OVEROATING, Margaux o se From Persons desirous of Purchasing all 01,1
which was "the committee rose" and the P.t-titi,...u TR I" IM\! 1NGS arg.,t 3 suuceessive ye ,rs.
fell. I was pleased to notice that two of our GLOVES SUIT'IN IS, and f Mllita Clothimn' BOOts
'*lords spiritual" imenil.ers of theHous8-i voted I illlBONS : TROWSERINGS. 1 Lieauil. &., of Tr i Berul, r one yr,
f.r tth, Att:.,tuey GGeeral' mrnti.un ,ud IlI th-v SClARVES e Iran ,l &.. of Troop t ,, Bermuela for one yr,
been conisult-d, t..gthe.r with oth,..roffice bearers, \1\PS J. AM McNEIL & COO aQ -i-M iO frim I Tt Deiember, 1882.
Ipreme our c.:.ngr-.iti.:.n would not have beenOn iSIEtY irriiicinie Blank form of Tender showing probable
r spreiented. The, Prel,'y-terians of Warwi.:k have FLANNEL" I THE TAILORS, Curaeoa quRntities can be obtained on application to
wo wish to intt.irupt the frinudly relations existing UNDER CLOT'Il IN( 1' Front Street, 6.5 t Cerri de Cocoa fhe SENIOR OtDNlANE STORs OFFICER, Ham.
btwuen th,- several dterornittii.u f.:.r ..h an im- VEEDS 'hrry Cordial. iltn, Berniud
aginary rirht :,, this. I say iiMagiuarv yIhA t,forIS .A.LA....r tode
th right f iutriu our dea inthe prih CAiP TAILORING lDEPARTMENT. ll rv old oed hers tobe O a outside Tenders for
yardhas never beendeniedus, but the eightt of our ET C ETEi A Fall and WiIer Stok F l ,od The sEo COMMISS T OFFICR does
own Clergymsun p-'rforniu--h the serVii.:e th.:-rt Per Orinoco' and Sir i SS i Cloth, De iin ot bind h asEtiR to uMISt the lowE or
never did.-ujoy and L.) w am we claimitnow? If d" loth. Doe Skin not bindimsvlf to accept the lowest, o
it were pouihle tL. t ,-ve could lawfully make such .. rO A SAUTERNE. ender.. '.
aolaimthen, I uln.mit, the Chur.:h standing on At Store of FRENC CASSIR SHERLY-Amontillado, .1anzaill., iNomilla, T. STEWART,
,omrnon gr,:,und, we have a right to have our ser- FRENCH CASIMERE. .au..,1, &C. m A.,
vi.-s inuid. -.e r tL.h iv;ing as well as outside over LITER I ELD & .ON Tn T issar T Officer.
the dead. Inh .:.u-ique... of having such a right. Hamiltdn, Oct. 3, 1882. T, Tweed Bottled TOUT & A L.'-ull-log Li,and. Senior Commissaita.t Oer,
question would arie su,.h as these "Whoit part -.f 4 .p. APOL LI NA N a ural '.. Mien.l W tr.' nilton, Bermuda, October -, 1882. -3
the gravevar l shall we use, the old or the new ?"1 P,, I St2 .'t in t ah .iOLLINAI['n ., --UNat,'-liuOrail Vator.
'-Wer we r,:presbnted in thu purchase of the new, L tl C In Suits of On, Pattern each. t Colonial ecretarys Ofice
as well as the old ." *There being no space in the Partkularly call the attention of the Public ls 9tb October, 1862
old shall we disinter Episc ji~aliu to make room th e iUereedented Assoirtment of the va- English 111,1 & BAI, <., TIE flowing ACTS have been passed
for dissenters? e, We will nut .:m:unon Kuox," The lTndeisitriied have just re- to t Unreeentes. Assrtme of the va- Sti, Cheddar & \Vil.tsh r, CHI.:I-:, IE Mlowing ACTS have been paJed by the
an all h reformers into the field to p ue ceived by th6teamer Orinoro" and the Sir ENTS FURNISHING GOODS. c rese T re...t ra rom. et S Bu
this will-o-tlk., wisp, ,we will reserve them to aid us I F. mGliTr i8N..: .
insecuring more important riglt, rights that wil i1 G. Aymu" from Lond,,, Gents ilk LiAto amend and GO L G R S.,
L.eaelit us after lviu obtaied tlm. I A Lurge and carefully selected assortment of Lambs W1,,l 11 Hamilton ,5. St. G(eo No AAct o andndt, 1879 th
ii~ whohn^ t GW and Fashionable i eino an cotton in Clocked, Unbleached,| October 9, 1882. .O (r r Dt.bu..'e" .
-observe afew sunnt- expressed in the Pc- t 9 1882e t t ember 1 a
tition.wbieh, how-ver tur the ,notiv.-f.f tII, peti. New and Fashionable_........o (In force to 31it D iber.8
tioners,.eem to convey an idea :f uu,.hi.ritabil--- I lhin and Stri,.d No. 14.-" An Act !o provide a Steam Ferry be.
ness,, as "source of perpetual annoyance and pa inX NECK TIES. 1o the .alt Ketle iid e Town o il-
to ourbehev andiou+r people." What is it-in the CO0t' It J..
regulations that 'caes "anu"oy,u..,, 'and pain?" 9( S ilk S ain .idl,,, ht an Bc (In force to 31s1t December. 1897.)
,3 it becau-: the nin-t-r i-.1r-quired to wear a .1e,, White al lack.-"An Act to provide for the disebar e of
s it becau,- thhe itr i, ruired to wea a Whih willbe ready for Inspection on N. Silk an( Satin Bro 1 .ET heDuties the Mayors of Towns during ir
tranr.e of tbh.. Chiurehvard, or because there is a eat care-he th pinstante e akeny Linen a,..1 Cottou Hlkerchiefs, Embroider- emporary abene frn thee Islai, ai f
set form of Srvi.:e;,..ris thlte,,i.4 of that ser- eat care and pains have been taken by ed :.1 Henia,.1-stit,.l. Has eceiVd fom t e le Via other purp cs."
vice at variance with '(tur.- have noticed Member of our Firm in jnurchiasiin. these Goods Gt,.,t .. ,'ii-st." L'VIwn Tennis. "' Cricket," Ne .. York Lis SIi. ly of I Act to roIide io" iehult.arki.g o
the Minister of ,..' C('urh 1 n attE n.t-litL tL in the London M:,i ket, and they ~ill be .ofl.nd, O ,.l." eg t.L, O r WilIe." 7. I- .agei .t p ita rodee bki
flnurrab o frri.n,.lsu i.,uott, ti.,n with tih:r,..,...gr .- on xa i;,,ati to be r,.ally ,go l and .fashion-" -~ ti it Vh-ir.. S't1 i,.1 il assorted 0( & ] / ttOhd,(/ /e /s.,, tL, is,."' e P'odue to be i,,ped
g.atr:u ; Did they ft-eliauy p iU" from thl. Eli,i- able. Colr, -,. t ti (In fi.re to 31st December.
copal pe-rtormane ,.,f th ,.. rvic, or w,.re thv n- In connecti,.n with the b;usii...s tihe, now r Which will be readv for delivery on WED- to 1
uoy-d .byit From mv owu.:,l.rrvatiou, I think have Gents rhite r sSh'rts N"SDY o. r tih t,.itii ePod t not. I have often. ai:ttn-.k Such services on ac- K PteJ1 ts r torelthe;r guyatiaof tle P.,aiOfi ea. e
count of rehtiv and.thlr friends and as often J1LLI AL3ERY and DRESS- B 3 P Ti PFrom the care taken in the selection of this (In lukrce to 3lst Decembr, 190.)
have felt a benefit from them as well as when at- oor' .oy.' en O1, thl1iuibr hbas no doubt it will prove No,. An Act to ancad the Act tlor conmlidi.
tending our own. His hnot ".Anoth.r Presby- .'Fi.iLK G Esh hsih.mics.lls. ---, ----, equal to the -i-st in the market. ling and iu-uding thr Law relating to ir.
tendingl pur o wn.ted als o t. E s b--o- -?.m ceny."g
t'" profited also htheh each conducted by Persons of g u taste and ina GEO. j.' cIny. (in force anitely.
Again, (referring to theP:taditin) "theshumili every way competent to insure satisfaction in D o Craivl, eptr. 2,th, I1. Nu. 19.-" An Act relating to the Otilce of Prot
atione of giving up their dead to the services of th Marshal General." ,
Clergymen whose ministrations they do not follow their respective departments. Marshal Genere..l."
whileliving." If. I were an EI;,i:, ,,al Mini,t,.r ,J. H. TRIMINI(l HAM & SONS. ROWN f ludaV Nil.)
on r,-alinu: z.li. -.-entiment and in order to crucify 10th October, 1882.-- '3 CAVANDISH BOYL], .
more ede,.tiually the old Adam that is in me, so that .,4Z t Culonial Scr'tary.
r.Ithuu-h ,nry I sin not, I should I.t.. ,t ,tylfB XT4.s 5 OTTLING CI B 4PA I
to a more ili study of the word and a closer o e O 1 .- r
examination of myministrations that I might more a Corner of Reid & Buitliaby Sti., Notle .
perfectly ascertain whether they were in accord- P-- H o sm ., [ o s[mtg sunoRuA Between Medical Hall and the 'Gaze te' Office
ance withthe will of Gon Do not Dissenters at- A eBottles good Red and White Richardson's 2200 Fine Linen and Haumiltoi., Bernalud.l. -
tend the Episcopal Chlinr..h during the intervals of A,.,1 "P"'- II iSI t **S f 1') TTL T .. I CI -* F IE i
worship in their own; what is their motive, as + .i. '- Utica Non-Paril MUSLIN I MUaiufacturers of all kinds of A era- U
they cannot follow its ministrations while living ? ,:'.. tats Caps Lawn Tennis Caps in Hard *1 B,erage. ouble Soda Wter,, Lemon .
Is it because they have "itching ears" or is it for on hand. Ca ll soon if you wish to secure a and Soft elt 1 1 ''leU ides tIu has t. r
edification? embers of the Episcopal Chur h i ood arti l Carduigau Jackets Ready Made Tweed- e, uinine onic te.
when attending the .Church of dissenters submit good artle. wee Chaumagne Cider. etc., etc., of superior qual- Iroim LONDO)N a fine lot ofl
its rules and when dissenters enter the precincts .. II. T 031 P S ON. Pants Suits ity SoRla Water and Seltzer Water in Syphous- ,-. *
rf the Episcopal Church they should cheerfully do Queen Street, Rimiitu, ) Rubber Coats and Legings Prie,.-i as low as any other estallishiei t. .)e ,,,,, ;,o ,
the same. There is. an old proverb that "When October 10,. 1882. }" Scarf Pins Overhaul- Sp,..,iail Terms to Canteens, Me-ss,, and (LAN D-st.l' i' and other Vi- ws), framed
you are iu ,e- y.,u run.t, do as Romans do," but --P ----o-- Shirt Studs Cuff Buttons large Consumers. and unframed.
hen.hesys "To the Jewsman became asaew NE W O DS. Hair Brtules Collars Butlto:~s August 12, liT.-3m. The Public uae invited to cdl ai,d i,,'pict
that I might gain the Jews, -I am made all thitni u. SlShawl Straps Combs -l.
unto all men- so that by all means I might save FeatherDusters Whisp Brooms i oti A. R THOMPSON
some." Does the engendering of unnecessary strife ceived from LONDON via N. Umbrellas Queen street, Hauintou,
tend to the saving of some ? I have heard that in YO--K Clothes and H T. BPr SE-. pe Octobeir Inth la-<.' 3
olden time Epi..p.lin were very 1i-A.....l,-; not Clothes and Hat BRUSHES O prevent any iisconstruction obtaining
perceivings.. iii I :,f that spirit in the present day A Choice Selection GENTS UNDERWP EAR, B1 through adl vrtisemnt in ref-ren'e,, 1to O -iD l s
Iwas in hopes it had well nigh vanished. I trust Bills no, Lambs Wool and Coton t *Lit ing for Goods had froin my Hll o llas
it is not getting a hold on our side.. ,di. when Suitings TrOWserings. many other Arties suitable for entstorI deem it advisablee to State denitly .
resting, often stand their rifles in roups of three A n many oter A ties suitable or nts thattbe same has no reference di etly or in-.
for mutual support. Mowe than one lesson may be Please call and examine. Toilet. too numerous to, mention. directly to any 1eron except those ,wig for 8 bo e Sui wisll be pad r
drawn from this. Itwere well for the several de- 0.L. DITKINSON. L-Tdies, Children' and isses Hosi- ll e i
nominations in these Islan's.to, Iirntve thb unity Goods0. H .D..S' iloruCaihil rs w',a.ll cunvict ihe i'e, '
of the spirit in the bond of peae .i.l to tr..:ugth, n Oet. 9th, IS82-:3* ery D TERDEN. son or Pers-i who, on Sua Ni,.vh lt, ttt
their sympathies one with another, and riot to in -e- ---- ---------.. Silk Lisle Threna LambsWool Hiiiln, August 'lt, 1S-2. on board the Yachn "Z* P.lYt," a.tl na'ici-
troduce unnecessary questions that tend to sever "1Lon 1 Br r Merino and Cotton in White Unbleached -Iui"m' I ously cut ar d destroyd.l her .Sail and .aIt and
such feelings and which might 'foster the very llg 1a11. TB W Ye r Plain, Colors Fancy, Clocked, Striped -17t c* B'8-.ole the mtaddder. d
means of their own fall. -'It were vain to preach and Half and Half." D S S T
peace to those outside of the Church and after they AL T sM-n.
are converted to arm them for internal strife.. i ALSO, u IN-'IHamilton, October 9, l.-2 .
It is'hinted'by "'Dise'tabl'hni.nut" t .u(m',+.. A Fli t h UNI)E TSIGN wllD begs to inri ori'the -
that "among the M.C.P.'s it is not so much at A iresh Supply recently receiv- An ;assortmnent of LADIES WEAR Public that his 1TOitE will be CLOSED ifor Sal,
this particular time a question of justice or injus- ed from the above Brewery in Casks of suitable for the present and coming season. [OR A FEW DAYS in order to make some l .
tice as itis of approval or disapproval." But to 36 Gallon, each. White an. Unbleached COrTONS 36 inches a'.lerations, before receiving A NEW STOCK. LADIES SADDLE
on o e oinh I setaytis rommf Wr- Beer Shops as well as Canteens can be fur- wide,3}d., 4d., 5d., 6d., 7d., 8d., 9d., per C. A. JONES. LADIES sADDLE,
wick they are more honourable and independent nished the above at a low figure by Do Width.heeting White and Unlleaehed e 8
than to Vote contrary to their own convictions.* THEOS. J. LIGHTBOUR' N, Pillow Case Muslin h-i wade, 1/per yard. a ep ...82. Mr, J, B. NEWMA N'.
They require no whitewashml-., either do their .. P1l, ow Case Muslin 5-4 w e, I/ per yard. -l
constituents, by wh.:.m their u.tti.uin was .ndli-...d ; -,'', | -- ,, I g E-la'lihinet.
and without intending to discuss the p,:.Uti.-ail is-I Front Street, Hamilton.I Fall and Winter Prints. 5 es a I .nito,,Oc r 9th, r SB.-S ltiui:s
pect of the question should Burials Bill" be the Oct. 2nd, 1882. Dress Patterns and by the Yard 3d.' 4d., Sd.---, -. .,' "''"
watchword at the next general election the parish -_ ..-, T \, 3ALU, .1 ...
graveyards wil have another seven years rest, S e -, f per yard. Fast Colors By the Sir G. F. Beymour," from -
Warwick parish ain,.nugi.tl'ere is solid dnti. .'1f LondFn --i-- n r
Thesentniments,:,f "Auoth,' Presbyterian" may I QulitS, Blankets and Counterpanes I Fie
be endorsed by his brothers but not by the brethren ARREL Early Rose PO White and Assorted lors in Woole and Ba as u al.
and from his standpoint I may not be seen as a A1I.T Oar .. ly Ro-selec.. i nor i e an. IC ) ia. ,' 1 4,
"true Pre.ytrin" but thankingyou Mr. Edit.,, ed fr Seed y select- ottOn. J. H. TRIMING0I AM & SO S I h in C e in ( i I
for the privilege allowed me and not anticipating ed SeeduaTI'N"As per- day.
further discussion on this question I beg to sub- 200 Barrels Best Table POTATOES | Notions in Great Variety. iltaiton, October 9, 1882.-s3ins Alily at <'r, scribe myself 150 Barrels Fish GUANO BUFTONS, li- PINS, NEEDLES, '- -'--... t. Hlr, -.
ONE OF THE BRETHREN. 50 Bags Southern FEWTILIZER BU' .Onl .. .ltTS, B U LES, .....-- ------.--
Warwick, Oct. 12, 1882. T TRv,.lR.AD, Sl.LITS, BUC'KLES, 1e 0
Ww, Oct. 12 18 And a few Bottles of ONTON SEED which And \,ti,..l,: .rtaiiiing to that Department. For 1i(, Sale, r ,* *
*It must not be presumed, because one of the Re- .,;n i, .-. >- A ..... 1- .,_ .... I ,


presentativesof Southampton-adeclaredPresbyte-. VeA ivil t ti/ per uoi- \Vhite Goods a rSpeelalty. *^ a .r I 1
rian-is an advocate of this question, that he is tle to Cash Customers. Fruit iuot sd! p it M0 tl
an exponent of the Presbyterian body., -iHe seems Tomels CLjash Lonsdale ( anibric
somewhat dita.hed and to have sphere of his 1 Second Hand BUGGIE White Wisse; &c. Just Arrived per o" -i with a caf 2 wa.ke old by her side,
ownr ase seldom appears in the orbit of the con- 1 Ne.A Open CARRIAGE And a General Assoitment of rsl beachess Pears I'lease apply at Koyal Gazeti" llic,,.
gregation.I OpIC rAE Grapes Appces (,ctoier 10, taly().
Both will be sold Oheap to close a Consign- |pS "ppleS c toer 10, 12.
ALL the latest Nolce rtisr in LlSte, Ware as ment. wCo R. THO 1PS V ILVER Watches from (30 t 7. Gold
well as necessaryarticles atChilds. Call ALBERT INGLIS. uee from to m. i.t chi8's. All8
and ee. .. t. George's, October 4, 1882. l!amiltuu, October 10. 1882. September 25, 1882. Warranted,.-


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE,


WEEKLY HEPORT OF THE WEATHER at Honorable Ilouseo ASC.sebly tLe Report If the
Gibtb's Hill Light Station at 1Bemumla. between the Registrar 0.-neral of Births, Marriag-s aud Deaths
'tlh aad 15th Oetob,-r 1 S2 hbught above the Ior the year 1SS1.
sot !,eug 246 fret at hbaS., hlIere the Register is Public Buildings, 11imilton,
kept, 13th Octuber, 1882. }
Date. Printed copies sued to each IMember.
1880 A.Billh'olughtdown from tib Lep.gilativetCounn.
(" l neral Remark ., l, entitled -'An Act for the better security of the
Oct. j ener Propnrty of Partners and nther joint beneficial
;-N B :: _! fe ;^ gOwners," which was read a fist time.
. oon z bThe Bill relating to certain Treasury Liabilitits
-..- -- ------- was read a second time and Conmmitte'l.
No. .75 7 -'4" ~ Fin Mr. S. A Mla,teirs in the si.
I NNW l I' 3 2 2'I -,ii4 F in 1st Clause agreed to.
11 sI i i7 .9 mn'", Fine I The Attorney General moved the third Clause
1-" s. -?.-3 041 ii' Squally which was ahfirnied.
13 si-w I.1 7.';> ,'8' "571 Fi Ayes 16. Nave 7.
14 SE a ,7' i- '''i" ij(io hazy 'IbeHouse resumed.
15, s 029800013O ni The Chairman obtained leave to sit again.
"_ _. .. ..__ t Adjourned to W wednesday next.
._- -__ '- --- .... _I -CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON.
|October 12.-Barque Johanne, Miller, Cardiff;
-- -t- patent ftul for Royal Nfval Yard.
Iamrnillton. October 17, 188". CLEARED.
e -- October '2-Mail Steamer Orinoco, rraser, New
S-York;"_ M ils and I'i ],1hdA.. 10 ar. casks and 8


octaves brandy, 5 create lily-bullr" .
Brigt. Alfrt-J, Young, C..,run.liis, N...
14-Bark Eliza Bars-e, H.:lli-, NI.- York.
Schr. E. Goodwin, Griflin, H.alif.0x, N.S.
In the Mail Stearmer Orinoco, on the 13th instant
for New York, Rev. Dr. WVlnh, V.C Captain Lind-
sell, IR.E., Mi.-. Lindtell thr,:.- childun n-d nurse,
Captain Selby Smith, R.I.P., and Mrs. Smith, Dr.
Barnes, Mrs. J. E. Banitt, Mrs. J. Barritt, Miss
Somner, Miss Smith, MiAs S. (',jyers,M"i-.s P. Con,
years, Mims Lillie M. Barritt, I-I-rs S lugham,
Jr., C. 8. Tucker, S. N. Joell, W\. E. Talbui, W.H.
Ingham, W. W. Inch, R.N., R. N. Putnam, R. J.
G. Wood, J. A. Conyers, C. E. Clay, C. A. V.
F, rith, C. T. Conyers, J. R. Duerden, and Willie
. Barritt.-Two in 2nd Cabin, and one in .:ceIrauye.
t In the Royal Mail Steamer -1'.. .i ,.u llth inst.,
Two Naval Olli., *s .ial one othir pu.-men guer fr..ii
Jam.ai'a for Halifaix.
From Bermuda for Halifax:
I Major Davis, A.P.D., D.A.('.G H1l-i,' Coini--t.
D..p:'-rtreii, *li ,:,:u ,uJdi.-. A.M .D., Mir-. B,',i;.J,.,
Siielu t and lhn! R-. int, l->v. J. Trotter, Mrs.
Trotter, Miss Trotter, Mi.- --. Annio and Lena Trot-
ter, Master Edward C. 1. vL :d.
The Am. Schr. .V '. -I. 1' ...., HindL:n. master,
* hence-at Turlk-' Islands, Scpt.b.:-r -i ; carried
I there the Captain (Mt. Brewster) and crew of the
Brigt. Westmoreland of St. John, N.B., which was
dismastedin a hurricane on the 2.3rd AugrAt in lht.
36-30 long. 57.

R. B. Y. CLUlB.
OuixsIwo SAIL RAcE.-For the Race fixed
for Fi.-iay I i-t .-.. al boats wr.re entered, but tlrec
only, the Nautilus, Undine inid 1i r..'.i put in an
appearance alongside the stai... boat. The day was
exceedingly fine, and there was a steady breeze
from about S.S.W. The ra-.e was started at twen-
ty minutes past one and finished at seven minutes
to four. I ho 'l i,,'i'.m, ri.inided the winning stake-
boat first, the C5..,isi..,-' ,nd, and the .Eerimd tLirld,
* the ,..-. Ie-ig one minute and seventeen seconds
Sahr.ad of the Emerald. The Nautilus was disquali-
f fled for arryiiigp,'.feM.i.u.il boatmen, the condi-
1 tions of the race requiring that the boats should
be manned by amateurs, and the race therefore
fell to the L'... /....
TIME TABLE.


B E'. T 1 A E .
Proceedings of itie ifrr' rtb!m Legislative
Council.
Friday, 13th Oeltobr, I'-*2.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-M-lis Honer Josiah Rees, Chief Justicel
President;
The Honorable Wmn. H. Gosling,
James H. Trinmingham,
S Eugepius Harvey,
S Joseph H. Harvey,
i" t James t'ucker, Recr. Genl.,
0 O.S. Tucker,
SI CavendishBDoyle, Col. Secy.
With leave, His Honor the Chief Justice intro.
duced a Bill entitled "An Act f'r tihhe b-eter secure.
ity of the properly of Partners and other joint
beneficial Owvrers," which was read the first time.
The Bill entitled "An Act tb Incorporate the
Berkeley Educational Society,"
The Bill entitled "An Act to amend the Jurors
Act, 1881,"
The Bill entitled "An Act relating to the office
of Colonial secretary, "
And,
The Bill entitled An Act to continue the Subsi.
dy granted by The-New York Steam Communica.
tion Act, 1S77," were read the third time and passed,
and ordered to be laid befiro His Excellency the
Governor by the Hon. Cavendish Boyle.
The following Message from His Excellency the
Governor was delivered by the L olonial secretary
(No. 18.)
T. L. GALLWEY,
* Lieut. General,
Governor and Commander-in-ChieJ.
The Governor has the honor to forward to the
*'Honorable the L,'gislative Councilthe Report of
the Registrar General of Births, Marriages and
Deaths, for the year ltl.
Public L'uildings, Hamilton,
S 130h Octuber, 1\,2.
T'le lule as to oa veral readings of Bills and Re-
iu..:iUt.j. on the same day having been suspended,
the Bil; ntitlrll Au Apt for the better security ol
the Proletrty of Partnersaand other joint beneficial
t)wnaOs." waU read the eecord time.
The IIoun- went into CommitLee thereon.
The Hon. Win. H.Gosling in the Chair.
The Commilttee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
meat.,
The House adopted the R-port. and the standing
rule having been again hu-ptnded, the Bill was
then read the third time, passed and ordered to be
sent to the .Fouse ot Assembly-the same to be de-
liveird by the HonorableCavendish'Boyle.
Adjourued to T'uesday next, the 17th instant, at
11 30sa.m.



Attract of tho Proceedingy of the Ronorablt
Rouse of Assembly.
Friday, October 13.-T'he Dii. to amend the Re.
v. nu .ollectii.i Acts was a ai.i c.'Ul'iiitPe6.
Mr. J. WW. P'.tutiuFn i ine .Iil -ini ,
:The Altorney General moved tbh 4th Clause.
Mr.' Wadoie: moved to strike out -te first part oJ
the 4th Clause down to and inclusive ot the word
"antt" in the .5th line of !h,.- printed L.ili--Which
was affirmed.
Ayes 17-Messas. S C Bel, E J P 1Darrell, N J
Darrell, It D Fraser, W J Fritb, H H gilbert, J
M Hayward, A J Hodsdou, T W Mercer, WV S
Masters, T AOuterbridge, W R Peniston, J N
Smith, T FJ 'Tucktr, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson,
'T J Wadson.
Nays 9-Messrs. Speaker, F l1 Cooper, T N Dill,
8 B Gray, W H Hughes, i A Masters, S C Outtr-
bridge, A M Oudn.;-., t.' L'enieto.-.
The Attorney G0.,iai moved an amendment,
wbich was agrvl itv.
The 4th Clause as amended was atfirnmed.
Ayes 2t0-Me-rs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Coop-
erBRJP a rrell, P N Dill, R D Fi aser, SB Gray,
W I Hughes, A J Hodadon, T W Mercer, W S
Masters,.8 A MarstN, A M Onudney, W R Penis-
ton, C Penhton. J N Sinitb, T F J Tucker, R
Tyne@, W H \Wilkin.onu, T J Wadson.
Nays 5-lMesrs N J Darr1ll, W J Flhb, H H
Gilbert, J 1M lmH ward, S C Outerbridge.
Clause 6 agreed to.
The Aitorney General moved the 6th Clause,
Mr. Fraser moved to strike out the word "four-
teen" in the 2nd and r.'h liuets theicot and insert
"twenty .eight" Instead-Which, was agreed to.
The Oth Claupe as anmende,1 was agreed to..
The Attorney General moved an aienelment to
lhe 7th Clause.
Mr. C. Peniston moved that the Committee rise
aud report progress, wihl the view of- having tbhe
proposed amendment printed---which was agreed
to.
The House rtaumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave to lit again.
The following Messages from His Excellency the
Governor: .

T. L. GALLWEiY,
Lieut.-General,
Oovernor and Cmu,.ander-i,.-Chief.
the Governor ha thbe honor to forward to the
Honble. -House of Asmsembl) a copy of an extract
from the bliniutes of the Board of Public Works
dated the llh inst., on the Lubjcet of repair to the
Old Building at the Quarantine Station, Nonsuch
Island.
l'he suin of 40 10/0 Dtlng required for the ne.,
eusy're..ir*and-works the Governor recommended
thel'Houe 0to grant that aim.
public auihlIngr, HamiltoD, \
*-13h October, 18y2. )J
Wo. 21.) :
T. L.GALLW\ Y,
L. Iust .-ij.n ral,.
Govent,'t.- ud L'smina,,-r.,'-iu-. 'hi.Ar.
The GUoveluur bha thbe tvr to lforwrd to the


('l!,,ilr.. I 0 0 2 22 40 2 '0 35 3 57 20
Nautilus. 1 20 22 2 20 45 2 53 55 53 5
E-,em.',. 1 24 51 2 26 0 2 57 10 3 58 42

Musxwrr IssraT&rioN.-To-day "B" C...nmianv,
R. I. Ritl,, Captain A. T. vwain,, Adjutant an;
M.uske-tr-y littructor, return- .in-,i Warwick Camp
to Prminpect C miru, having undergone a thorough
coatrs oi:,f Muttketry Instruction ; and "GI "
Company, R.I.R., Lieutenant R. A. S. Buckle,
will proceed from Prospect to Warwick Camp for
the purpose of udte.-rgoing .1 course of musketry.
THE COMET has been seen here every cloudless
morning during the past weekend with.i.t little,
Se,-miinLI' variation as to position,say at. 5 o'clock,
since first seen. The Professors at Washinugton,
U. S. seem to have come to thb:- conclusion thLt.
it is id-utical with the Comet of 1843 and 1880,
and this is regard,:.d as a very remarkable dis-
covery.


I


LAVW REOT'. .rk.r to Mr. Bumrs then there would be an 1,iap' s ,rn r
t ".,,.* Mr. Reginald Gray submitted that the 11 r i S a- 1.e
COURT OF GENERAL AS"SIZE.-MICHAEL- property in the newT).apfr was not properly laid in
MAS TERM, ISA52. the indictment as being in the Colonial Post Master,
and called the attention of the Court to the Ot,,)h The Underimentioned
rRIfTI T L S7INS.? ~ Section of tho Act, 'aid contende-1 that a ., ,c''aum,'is
L O b S. ot incl uded in the a ttiles enumerated. The Cout H Ousehold Furniture
7TH OcroBE, 1 882. held that a newspaper we.. within the (,Ith Sic-
At the conclusion of the trial of Rebecca Eliza- tion of the Act, but it was unnecessary to decide VWILL BR SOLD
beth Outer!ridge, reported in our last. i-ue, th, whether it wds in.-lu.l-d in the term post I. tter" ..
Chief Justi.e' dv,r- tl tdlt Prothonotiry to c:ll ou or chattel." Thie l fuie wa. that the pris,':n,-r Aublic Auction,
the case of IT7..,'.- Thomas ..., appellant, in the had received the paper in good faith hblieving thi tAt. ,
rma:.'., ,i l.e ......f. ,*;.':. ,f ..he Jt.'s r D ...i,.,, Mr. Burns had agr.:d to take it with him, and th..t At Clifton, near Nept nses Gr'ott,
S. ',, ,t ',.., t ,, ...,a, ,i .'J..'4,, 7;,....,,,. I/:,ra,.r. whether this were so or not M r. Bascome had cer- t, t n
ThL-S.._.li..itor General appeared for tih.: app.ellnt. tainly teliveredl tie impapi.r to the defeudant .'..... llit Patrish
This case lad litoud over from thi, Crimiunal S.... f.,- e limviug that he was autlhoriskil tore:tive them 1
sionsin Easter Term, and wa.i argued on 1 ld iaul for Mr. Burus, and that thm-refore there was no em- at 12 on..lock, shi.p), on
12th April. ployment in the Post Office Service. The Jury T -m W
The case was now called on, and the Chief retired at 8 p.m. to cou-ider their verdict, and O-J 1norrO x ednesday
Justice delivered thb judgment of the Court to the were discharged by the Court a few minutes after
effect, that, a4 no one appeared to oppose the motion 11 p.m., the foreman stating that they had not z**:
that the conviction should be qua.hed, the appeal agrl:'d and that there was no chance of their doing A INTED Bedroom set of
would be allowed, and there would bo jiidgnerAt so-. piee
for the appellant.- This concluded the Criminal Sessions, and the pie i
p9ns OcTBo 1882. C:.-rt stands adjourned to Monday next, 23rd in- alntt BUI EAI 111ith \larble l-ab and
Manr An GIaBON.s, aged 16, who had on a pre. t.int, at 10 a.m., when the Civil Sessions will com- Mirror
_____ _____ ______,_ g ad on a pre.I do. cV. SlSTANlI Marble Top
vious day pleaded i,: m.':./ to an indictment for "nc'-'e. ____ __ ________ C
larceny as a servant, now withdrew her plea and 4 AI I do. Rocke"
pleaded guilty. Mr. Reginul.. Gray addr,-. tl'.- POPULATION OF THE GLOBE. 1 Mahrmanty rofa TABLE,
Court in mitigation of tho pri.ijonr'. puliiPlimeut. The total lpopulati-,n of the globe is now reported I do. C'OUCH
The Cout tshi.u iit.' co-idleration the plit.:.u,,r's by Dis. PeLhm and Wagner (who published a similar I 1 'alnut and i-lorseh.Air 80F)F 'pring Seat
youth and tIle cil c.,n..'qtruCLs .hji,:h imigt ariec- r.iurn which they issued two years ago) ar 1,433,800,. I ,1lU.2nyi tlIiltE %U
from sul.,jecting her to tl xiety of other moral 000. Acc:-,rdin, totbhiriastreport itwas 1,455,900,- 1 Ce.l!u' 3:I-).T'fEAD
hatdeu,-d criminals, sm-ntetl nedhr to two e.deudar 000. This difference would indicate a decrease of 1 I.'l'TTIt CS .
months itupti.onminnt withliou. Lard labour. '22,000,1,00, but as a matter of fact there has,aecoid- 1 {'.i!l MI LE- "
BNJAM, t Ft[LEi w irn]i.... for tealiu in a itig to these auithorities, been an increase of mire 1 Tin luhoeer BATIH
d,.lliug house. Hu pl.-adt not ,... IU .Jiuo than 33,000,000. This is explained by the fact that
last .lsph M.. es Sir,ith tL,er pr,.,.ut:.r took the the 'population f China has been very much over-. "n i
prison.: r. wlio was out .f work. iuro 1,is house as estimated h- -..t,,re. In t ihe last issue of this work I ooFmly
a u.t of kindness. He remain ,!.ith him about it was aiven at 434,tOr.0n,:ti -. it is now put at 379,-
three weeksandon 2th Je lt s y. 00,000. In fact, in those countries alne in which
the following morning Smith found that a chest censuses have been taken tls o official returns show ,
containing money had been opened and I1iu 10s, 8.din m increase f t It,at,.mt duriT n the preo T OM\ J .Wr DSO
in sovereigns, htmlf eovlircoigsand .ilv.r, stcleu. It Thr*.'ir.a o1 tny'.r. Th a Dutroflie.nplr 1A
was provel that on the 2-wth Jun. t:l prite. had mhabitidm the lar er division of th, globe, aA given r Auctioneer.
purchased .loth-. ond othrartick, to th varl.u of y' D and Waner, are as foll.ows:-Europe OCtobl ".. 0 .-2 3p
hbAout 1, and that he l. d a.sl' .-en in possession of 3,;43u) mir Amin, 7.t3.51,J..-t0 ; Airies, -205,n23,- --- ---
other money. .Som. of tLe clotheE h-d l,..u r:i.i- A
for in -g.I. 4 Th.4 prisoner was found i*,. nesia, 4,232,000 ; P.,hr regions, S2,000. Rtssia is
sentenced to eizhte..n calendar months irap ison- n 000,000; ; ib.tita; i Crhha,95.- 3 .
ment with hard labour. 000,000; Japan. 3.,,00,and. -, Briih ludia 252,-
SAxMUE SIMONS was indicted for hous,:-be.ikin" ..tia -
andlareeny. He pleaded not.' .". rI. Mr).I "NE'T.X AmR N E THI F OVCR?-
Daitcll ,:f:nde.l the prisoner. OuO th nmoruii, uf li'_NP OF THE WiT]VAIJ) ISLA[. 1 '.
14th Angt M'.-.. At.oml, the .:ksmit.f A rumour has be. I :f.. trmudaRaces
that his place had been entered tl. pt vir.u inhl the se e-o i eaine t:*r0:,: :f-t:,. tthart Bef-il li
and that some money :aunntinte t.o 1' I;, t had there is to be a nevw .!,I,I', IL I t ith uvm rn-
beou.stoleu, the inunyo 1ing priup.iplly in guld. ment of the Wi.l..-:md I.i.. It L i. ti' tl.t 1882.
The evidt -e at n int thin e prit er was that he wal the Secretary of State for the Colonies proposes to "--_ "-
The uvidenIal.ainst thei prpik, erwas that he was keep Barba,. l.-,v I ._% t- .t:,- '..., t rini
familiar with the premiiscs, that he had on the pre.- dp arbai.. .,-.-...l ti,: .*.i.. Trinity tONS f er n
vious W.edu,day seen Mr. Attwood take money clad, nl t...uitz.' t. L. i s-, : St. Vincent to Gre. .t)', &c.-,.lt o.l Bo a e ect.ing
from the pl.,.: where he kept it, an,l that on thu .la uiderpr (orv .,rn. This certainly would be Be'OTS, &c., :at Shelly Bay on the
14th Augu, he had been in the possession of an a -,rt imptriovemnt-.. rh. 1r. at '.-,.',: ,f (-o- day of the ,.'lll'-4 h, Meeting, must apply
unusual amount of money having paid his rent, vernment.-St. Vincent W ,i, 1. itn writing to 'TiE i:.,NC)RARY SECRETARY;
givinghislandlorda sovereign andabalf .'\erlidn, Mr. : the-u:.- applyins thir wi!l liave prior choice of
the rent not being due for three day,. he was also of Barbds I'rimi.:lhiui, . l oaas sicne Tilu.1 available' Gruicnl, Th.e Ground will be allot-
proved to have (hauged another half sovereign tlhe U.lof -t- eI- *1i, t 1i c- t fi.st-'-, t-- It to thuise who h.tve .-it in at plieations at.
same day. The prisoner was re.., victed and sentenc- Ieral of tt I-lal.
ed to eighteen calendar months imprisonment with 4' p.m., MONDAY,i lber 1th,
Laid labour. d -u%-ral Sir G.rn- \ .:,.- .: n p -point.-d At 'Shelly Bay Race Course.
lOrn OOTOBE, lsI 2. ovI.,r anrd ( mi.i nr-i'-( ..-f izt (.ihriiltrr, N Pullic Stands fo ta
S. in succession to G-i.il Lord N M .- eStanscan
GBonEa CorTmt, a Private in R. I. Iif'ta, a who has held ta. i....b.n for 6 years iz view t, li.. a.a, e,:z.Felt those belonging to the
again tried onuthe:.bare of assaultirn,, MMr. Duerdor,! from October 187',.; T!i, lt. rv is t, ,,, peTr JBer^i-,iil,- Hunt ('Ilb, will be allowed to bae
the, jury on tol )firmt ttiid not that. a'gee.. 'ThL ann-ur. la:-'d ou anypart of th. Ground near the
Solicitor General conducted the defence. The case p _____ ,. G. i the
was concluded aboutnoon on thle 11th and tite jury JAA-oA F.r.Ir TD.--UI.- to 30th June Iast r D
were dinehargsd at 10-.30 pin. without havingC the value of the fruit ii, into New or HUSSi AD.C.,
agreed on their verdict, the foreman stating that from Jnmaica is iv.n :,' tllr.s Ho. Sc. B H C
there was no probability of their so doing. ( Bananos .21,,0,,. Oct. 12, B.
RoBERT' B&ASETT N'Aie was arraigned on an in.- Oranles Sl'.0ol ,_
di':tment. ,hargimg thatlhe "on the twenty-fourth Cocoanuts $3'mt.iltom C'clotlist" ple'me copy.
"daimy of May in thl year of Our Lord oue thousand Limes, pi- ppl .5m1, .T m..-es are also import-
"eight hundred amd leiglhty-two b, inI then a per. ed, ,im ....,. .i:.mt. .: Tae a..us was '1' ,
"son e iminl d in tIul lot ( i.:e Service of tlieo. ,t ,r.. ht t J-,T',:., ., v ,,t 31. tr, .ir.d ..i Lord t A' ..
S Islands did unlawfully steal, take and carry away Rodney's 3-t*-,r..n; first plantedin private --.--
a certain printed newspaper tl-. Wstby fhie Post dens, it iL o,,:,w spread all or- r th ahi -! .crel W0l
"with covers open at t lie ends the property of the |mi- TV if I 1 iColouired Wool
ColonialPct Maater." There was a second count The Jamaica fruit +r m.1- w.i- W ar,.. ly known till B N KETS
in the inmdietmiut for uulav.fally and wilfully de- about three years sim- whv,:u A .-aner- were subsi- T BL KETd ,
training the papmr. The ;i.uMe'r phoe d-i d. ,1 by the Jamaica Government. WhiteE an, C luredI UG, ,
hiewa first prosenedubyiud-r i Th. Pot 'ad o TIhank. Ladies Black ClothT JACKE 1 S and ULSTERS,
Office PReinlatio,, At,lS7T:,and is therefore ofon-- Wool IIANDKFS. andl SHAWLS,
siderable public: iuterist. Timhe facts of the case were r i He Undersigned wi,'s tieexpress his heart.- Blck AL,'ACCA rinl COBP.U3 G,
shortly these. In 1877 M'..t.s. S. S. T-..,.l-li- felt ta'ml-- to his nRior. a'.1 f.ndsl Red and White FLANNEL,
Bro. received a communication through thI p, t Ps who in -uch kini.lIv mainer sh,)owcl their Gent's :-oft ad1 HardI Felt IAT.S,
follows m" S.utatmp ,tWu, June "2rh, s.77. Mr. Uupthl f,. hLim on the oc'cabion of his Wifo's White and Coloured Table DAMASK,
"James W. Buru.. r,.iepet, of Mes-,'s ,ToJ.liug au l i,,.,i:s :-,t..l deatht. Marbl, and Wood Oil BAIZE,
SBros., to forward him their papr t!im-" (',lti.it |
from the first of the ensuing moth... ...i,. B i4-g absent from the Island at the. time of Ladies' and Geut's
direct it thro' Post, B;,;,.m,-ms, West Southamp- my ._e-ol afl?il'tt, this is the o,:ly way left me ,
" ton." This was proved to be in the -.f--tu.t iui-. to expre..s ity ratitui to l hot who proved ()- OOts nd11(1 Shloes
haudwriting-. Mmfe4r,. Toddiungs ac.,.rIli Ivy for- themselv,- -'.i i.,:I tru,, friends to one who died
warded the "Colonist" t.o Mr. Burns addre.-'c. as ; away from every relative. & &c.
above, and t.utinued to do so uutil August last. T I .
Bills were renudeed to Mt. Burns throu.hl the Post E.* T. CHILD.* JO ES,
at theend of 1879, 1vlO,.ISS1 and in June this year, October 17, 1882. 60 Front St.


but neither the pape-r nor the bills were received by .
D. McPuEs LEE, Esqr., Mr. Burns. Mr. Nathaui':l Bascome, the keeper .. A Supplement of Four Col-
Hamilton. of the Receiving O(tii:e, West .Southaim.ipti.i, gave '
evidence cftLermode in which -'.busiues~ of the Re. -i ". IlIiS aCCO1l;l0 i es I hi 18-
Sui.-T read in your valuable paper some time ceiving Office was conducted. He admitted that sue of the Gazette: it contains :i ,iitijaue ,n the per-
ago of a GENTLEMAN who went to Madeira in the the defendant was frequently at the.i Rt.ceiv.it,' i i t,-i. i r ,i:,f lt': Ser...fnt- Amateur Dramatio Club,
last stages of consumption, being cured by thle use Office, but denied that he ever received theo mail. I. R., at Prospect; letter from Mr. Filling on
of Carbclio Ai:id, whi.. l he used in his room for the from the mail driver or fr querntly sorted them, but Landscaping; Work on the Panama Ca.i Il; .1-
deitrutliun of mosquitoes. I was c.uffering from said that Mr. Nash some times iet.-itl in a buck gestive Notes, by Mr. G. 0. Whitney, i-lItiv,: t.,
asthma at the time and thought I wo.nl. try the kept 1b him memoranda it the pas.'. and letterS matters connected with. the i.t.:1...- -.: .
txperinient; and to my great surprise,.found relief received. This book however Mr. ,as:on wa9i SI- i_-r, &c., &.
inone night. I had been suffering from asthma not r...-uile,1 t... keep, but did so for his own satis -----
and cough for years and had used all kinds of re- facti...n. He said the (- --..-.. came to Li otic.-1, but i LILTH, at the Bi.i:,,' Lu,,, Haailt.n ,i n
medics without success, but by keeping a piece of not regularly and i.tatl that when Mr. Burn's t bi.- 1 ii, thin i1 4.:,tCpt in Alfled St'kc;,
Flannel saturated with Carbolic Acid continually Colonist came Mr. NaY, had it because he (Mr. A.P.D, of a DATucinTER.
hanging in my sleeping room, I have not had the Na-,lii told him that he took it with Mr. Burns.
slightest return of asthma since. I gladly recom- Mr. N.ash had taken letters from the Rceicingi i
mend this simple but effective remedy to all who o&fi e to MIs. Lib.1.inndlal.~o to othcripersons. Mi. '1ARRIED.-IPVINE-OLL.'r..: r.-In the, War-
suffer from this trying and painful trouble. Bascome also stit,:- th't.t Mr. Burtis had tcl.l him wi. k Pr-'e-l.vL.-it,- -'li ur,:li ,. tih,. : 2tlh ioit ut, by
A BERMTUDIAN. that he and Mr. Nash took the paper together. tm ,. 17.-. J. W..11l.ce, B.A:, SAMUEL CECIL, i.-','t.
Hamilton, October 16, 1882. : Mr. Nash did not receive any remuneration from R. I. .,'1 only .u ..f Mr. J.:Ahn Stu .rt Irvin,:,
________-_.... Mr. Baseome for his services. At the conclusion ql:,,... Il.nd, t E:.irY .IANE, :'..r.'l ..1lmght'i ot
of Mr. Bascomune's examinasti'-n-in-ochief the Attor- 17. i.V li.iii Oil. r...ft PA z.-" Cards."
From lie rVes. Indies mnid Demierara. ney General stated that hL- proposed tu call1 the1.'
witness's attention to his statement before the t......., at lirit MChur- l, Devonshire, on the
The Royal Mail Steamer Alpha, Captain Crow- Magistrate. The prisoner's Counsel objected to lith inst., ly tL-h. v '. Mr .TJams, E,.:-tr ..f
ell, arrived at St. Georges on Wednesday last from the prosecutiou attempting to contratdi.t their own Pembroke and D'.v..,ulirmi, J..,ri W. V-lli. t.'
Jamaica, and left on the evening of thb same day witness. After (:ousieideable argument the Chief ]Er tcl. fiut th d..u htm-r of Mr. Samuel !i t-w rd.
for Halifax. .Justice said "I decide for the present that you
Although the Alphi' brought a clean Bill of cannot contradict a witness by his deposition." DIED, at St. Li. I.- 1L.U..ii, '. George's Par-
Health and there as no persou sick on board, she Mr. James W. Burns was called and said he never i-h, :,n the- 3rd instant, Mn. J N.~aOi MiNi, in the
anchored in Murray's Anchorage and all communi- gave the defendant any authority to order the Colon- 53 year of his age; leaving a widow 9 children,
cation with her was under the immediate direction istin hisname, tbat he never agreedto go shares with two brothers, two sisters, and many oth,-r r.--etives
of the Health Officer. him in the expense of taking it, and that between : and fri, u-,.! to mourn 1. .rI"v .1paruro.irt
We have our usual exchange files by the Alpha. June 1877 and June 1882 he was not at any time The de.-e,-,dJ has i.- v,--, -' year, iniH. M.
aware that the '...,,ist was being sent through the Uivernment'.service, 20 of whichin the cpacity
G..nural Lupr.-run has contracted with parties in Po,:st to him. He also denied having told Mr. Bal- of Pilot.
Etupie for a cable between San Domingo and Ja- come that he and Mr. Nash took the Colonist toge- at r Ba Sands on the 13t0
maica or Cuba. their. He admitted in cross-examination that Mr. i. atG y', o
Ari'anmg-mctnts have been made in Paris for the Nash once showed him the paper, and that he read rinst., WILn ABurrowT, ad in nt. hiand of r. r:.-
establishment of a national bank at San Domingo it and said he would n,:t mind taking it half and Lull four das a m t..
with a capital of 12,000,000 francs. with asome persou At the couclunion of the ca.u 'ur days .
The receipts of coffee at Port-au-Prince frormn, for the prut.ecutio (the question was raised as tothe
January I tu Augusnt 1 this year amounted to suliirenfy of te proof of te prisoner" -".ny .per- 0A T OF TH ATKS.T
38,600 bags, aigaint I',.s L" ags during the same '".J ''.'/., '" :hc ,"' omo" ',rviee," it being con- fm U JM A l-.
period last year; the exports amounted to 63,273 tended on behalf of the prisoner that there was no -..
bags,againt 1;3,S93 L.ag last year. such employment. The point was djc,,used for up- AP of th Am
J -, C. -h.; wards of an hour, and the Chief Justice then said A T. RC IANT, of the Am.
The exports of cocoa from the Island of Grenada "I shall direct the Jury (1) "that if a person is Whaling Schr. "EMMA JANE," de-:
From January 1 to September 7 amounted to 22,187 employed as a letter carrier, though gratuitously, sires to express his very great thanks to CAPT.
bag, agast24,61 b ur the same period y some person in the Post Office Service, that is BARNARDISTON, T.N., Naval iiwerintemnl-
year "an ,a-?.f',,n: in the Post Offiee Service; (2) ent, for the prompt and valuable assistance
From January 1 to September 10 there were ex. "that if Mr. Bascome bond `fici, believed that rendered him, in floating his vessel off the
ported from the Island of Barbados 53,323 hogs- "Mr. Nash was authorized to receive thenews- h.oals near .h.- Staggs Channel, on the 9th
heads of sugar and 35,073 tuns (of molasses, again-st papers for Mr. Burns, ias delivering them to him Instant.
19,942 LogbhaRos of sugar and 31,820 tuns of mo- "would not be t,,.pl..'n.mcn', but if Mr. Bascome in-
apts ditting their same period last vear. "tended that Mr. Nash should act as a letter car- Hamilton, Oct. 16th, 1882.


Hamilton, Oct. 161h, 1882.-3rdp twice.

Wanted,

A' Steady, Active MAN,
Without incumbrauce, a: GRiOP>OM, and to dive.
He will havew to attend to CUw.-, and make himself
generally u-.t-ful.
He muist have a good character for sobriety and
honesty.
Inquire at thi Office Hamilton, l'th October, l%.-lp.

Lime Lime !! Lime !!

I I\E E I.burnt, with Cedar Wood
* and C'..,-, can be purchased at the Kiln
in this ToI,\ from one bushel to 25 at 9d.;
for all orders over -5, sjtei.il drratugements can
be made.,
(II .- plication .at "Hoyal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton,' .11ay 15i!ib, 1882.
A' Air. nmcint.s liir delivery t. any part
at tie I i .i L:a ti,.i be made.

For Rent,

SP aiGFIELD,"
_fu A '. leasuntly 'i-itunted and I'unveni-
ent

t it,, itdt.-s, Carrinage and other f uthuildiiiga
adjoiiiing.
fImmediate po.-se-sion given.
For further particulars apply to R IGINIALD
GRAY, Hamilton.
26th ~September, 1882.-3p tf

5th November.


S QUIB PAPER!
Eighteen pence per Quire,
At "Royal Gazette" Stationery ltore
October 17, 182.


First
Start. \Viudw'd. Leeward. Finish.
H. HM. S. S. M. S. H. M. S.








BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


To-morrow, Wednesday,
The 18th Instnnl, at noon,
At my Auction Room, Queen St.,

I Will Sell, by Auction,
1 ET SCALES and WEIGHTS
q l C I ND FLIERS, 3 and 4 lights
Large Counter SHOW CASE
4 Beer PUMPS 1 Mahogany SIDEB.OARD
1 Step LADDER,
1 Bread C SE 1 Cheese SAFE
Lot SCOOPS, &c.
1 Set Scales and Weights
3 About a Grosa Lamp Wicks
2 Tobacco COTTERS i'
2 Bottles Lime JUIC E 6 Pewter Beer POTS
Lot of Tin Measure- 6 Tumblers and Stan.i
6 Glais Cont'krtionerv Bo iles
Ullagesof Washing SOI)A Whiting, Lime, &e. I
Lio of IOPE, ahiut 35 lbs.
12 Hats Lot lBurners
Lot Flavorilig Extracts
3 Dozen Stove Polikla
3 Dozen Ihottles IlU9 I'ARD
fiottles Pickles Ullages of Starch
Meat Block 6 Pictures 6 Chairs
1 Mahogany Sidebmard 4 Pillows
I Towel Horse 3 Deal Benches
1 Bagatelle TABLE Lot onf Ci;0( 'K Y
1 Sign BOARD Lot COR N


By Public Auction,

On Thursday next,
19th inst., at 12 o'clock, M.,
In the Store.s over the Office of tlhe
Undersigned,
A Large Assortrent of
DR Y GO ODS, &c., &c.,
Among, which will be found :
pIECES of White COTTONS
Colored DRILLS
Linen and Cotton DRILLS
SHIRTING(. MUSLIN
Dress GOODS
Men's Tweed COATS, PANTS, VESTS
Boys' Tweed SUITS
.Ien's, Women's and Children's SHOES
Do. Do. Do. Do. BOOTS
Do. Do. Do. Do. HATS
A Lot of Fancy GOODS
And many other useful Articles that will
appear at the Sale.

Just before the above Sale,
1 New Cedar Row Boat,
11 feet long, built for Raciung

4 BIs. Coffeo SUGAR, damaged by sea-
water.


SL..o7, B. W. WALKER & CO.,
2 Doz Folding Rocking CHAIRS, Hmil, Octer 16, .
just imported -- --------- -.
80 Reams Note PAPE"R, t 717
10 Reams Fool!cap 10 "' ses Ker..sene OIL j .
1 PERA.MIlLTLA iOR I \lWslhslamd I
l e, i.C AL iN., \i'heeler and Wil son 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Rli-
I Dozen Onion li.x H ',l.1ll i|S
1 Dcze-u Joeier, I11 1\IN V i:S S l S
6i Dozen hliunk "i'tumijij" '3
21aozeamSri-T BalanI .S Lot TINW Bykind permission of Lt.-Colonel P. R. C.
2 Ma.cgonay "Side T 1. ES CROFTON, Cownumiin-ig 2nl Bn.
I Dctagoii 1A'LEI m
One Sausage MACHINE-in first Royal Irih Rifds,
class order, J A NE A N
Lot of Men's SHIRTS SOCKS JACKETS OfY. L 1RI?.SH RIFLES,
VES'I -,IA'!.6 Neck TIES CP8BS
BELT DII VA :.N i AS, &. Under the Cnlu.-torrhip of MR. R. B OWN,
Ladys Skirts liats Bonnets Jackets d'ews WILL GIVE
Corsets
TRI'i.INGoS .of all kinds Binding, F., nges A VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL
Hair Ornaments and Ihaile, T :. V P
And many o her numerous miscellaneous Ar- a -< $
ticles. On Monday and Tuesday,
WV. J. HE.NEOF, ne
Auctioneer. 30th and 31st October, 1882,
Queen Street, Hamilton, IN THEATRE RQYAL, PROSPECT.
16th October, 1882'. The First Part of Piograiinme will consist
-- of Solos, for various Instruments, including
Cricketing, & Lawn Ten- Bells, Songs, and Readings.
To conclude with a Burlesique Extravaganza
nis Gear.{ entitled


All Cane handle BATS COBBETT&"
Set, WICKETS
Match i i tLLS
Leg GUARDS and GLOVES
Scolin.. BOOKS.


TENNIS.
[Patent Tennis Poles
re's Tenna Rackets
SAyre's Do. alls
Do. Shoes
LOCKWARD &
October 9dh, 1882.-3 Ins. Sp.*


INGH AM
S* *


SAladdin or the Wundert- 3.Gcanp
[For further particulars see Posler's.]

S NOTICE.


SOME DISHONEST PERSONS hav-
ing lately taken away T RIES and FIRE-
WOOD I from Morgan's Island, I hereby forbid
all Personsa from lan.];ng on that island; Mr.
. JOHN HEATH, living ro frifikek'si Island adjoin-
ing, having instructions to report the Names of
Sany Pvr-o'ns found Tre.sp nimn', such Persons
v il! be prosecuted.


.FIOK SALE. B. W. WALKED.
.---- H.munilton, October 9th, 1882.-2 3p*
THE LOT ofe L A N D a1- .
joining the Governmei t Pay O1fic.', in OllCe.
Reid Street, on which there are a number of
Valuable Fruit Trees.
TENDERS for the above Lot will be re- A LL Per 1on; having just CLAIMS
CLive by lte Undersigned on or before the aga-inst, the Estate of the late JAMES
b MING, Pilot, will please render same on or
15th November Next. before the 313t i[s/.t,.. And P-rsons IN-
DEBTED will please make Payment by the
The Owner will not be bound to accept the above date.
highest, or ny tender. JUL IOUS J.\ME. MING.
MORRIS d. ,I. FRITH. St. George's, October 16, ls.S2.-twice
H-amilto,.n Oct ..,ar 17 1 1'--T.r. n


The best is always the
Cheapest.

THE LIME supplied by the Un-
dersigned is burnt from Pure Limestone
with Cedar Wood and is Warranted to be a
first class article.,
Orders promptly attendle, to and deliveries
made to any part of the Island.
CHAS. A. V.,FRITH
.63 Front Street.
Hamilton, 25th September, 1882.-1 m 3p

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Co
.Ind INSUiRANCE 1BR OKE!RS,-
18 l.e: lenhail street,
AND AT L;)YDS,
L(-;.I)DON, E.C.
I'eur)ii' attention given to Consininients of
Bermuda PRODULC and the filling of ier-
uriudian orders. ,.
-"-- --...-


At l' Royal GazettL-'Stationery
..Stl O,
From London via NeN
York,
p I AYE I .{BO' O IS. Hymn Bfl OKS
- ,_.,m.le.j an L. tl Art.u.. s. or


.A Conier's and Little Arthur's History
EN GL1Ni)
Mordan's GUtM
Mlitchell's and Gillot's PENS
PENCILS Violin STRINGS, &o.


Estate of the late Henry


Notice.:
A LL Persons having jmtt CLAIMS
against the Estate of the late HENRY
THOMAS SWAN, late of Pembroke Pz rib,.
deceased, will ptltase render the same on or be.
fore the 31st Ldntuat.
Persons INDEBTED will be required ,to
Settle all Claims or make satisfactory arrange-
ments respecting same by above date.
JAIRUS C. SWAN,
JOSEPH T. TUCK ER,
Executors.
IHamilton, October 16th, 1882.-2 -

"I Wanted,
(About the 6th of Aovember next)
GA ROZI191, to look after a
AHorse and Trap.
Apply at the O(ice of this Paper.
Siiunilton, October 13th, 18382.

Notice.


SftHE Undersigned strictly forbids
- all Personsa {l;PA.:-;ING on her
Grounds and the takin., Waier front, her 'Tank.
This is to give Notice that any Person or
1 Perso s found Tiepa.ssiug on her Grounds after
of this date will be po'.itetctd to the utmost .xtentA
of the Law.
MRS. MICHAEL J. BURROWS.
Southampton, October 13th, 1882.-3


Marshals Sale.


!~9U~r AT CES,'


AT'
A Y,

7


TO BE HELD

ON
'A/ ~ ~ o ./* <

a MEr NG of the STEWARDS
S of the above Races lh-ld in the Town
Hall, Hamilton, on Oct. 12th, it was decided :
i.-That tlie'following shall be the order of
running-
The Maiden Stake,
The St. Georg.-s Stakes, .
S The Brnuda Hunt Cup,
I TlT,- Grand Milit:.-y I unt Cup,
The Bermuda Stakes,
Th.- Polo Stakes,
The ..L,:lly Bay Handicap,
Tiie Co:...iolation S r-amble.
-2.-Tlhat the following bie the Conditions
under whi,:h tLe Meeting shall be held:-
CONI.ITIONS.
No. 1.--All Hose-s to be owned, entered and
Sri.1lein t'y M Inimbrs of t'h. B.ermuda Hunt
Club.
"N'. 2.-Entries to bv' ma.le in writing to the
| ,.IONOI.ARY SEci'RrARY, iu or b.-fore S:atiir-
dav. Nov.uiber oth, for nill Races. except
the C'onoliation .Seranible. TIhe' Entrane.
1?.on-v for each race, except the Consola-
tion aer.tiil., to be 1, to be paid at the
Same time as th.i iomwination is made,
which will otherwise not bei received. Co-
lours to be de."lare,1 at the tiim. of Entry :
any Owner ngle,.ting to ileclatr, or Jockey
ilim-' ill wrong" colurs', will b filid W1 I


No. 3.--All Ra..-s, except the Poli St.akes, are
at Catch weights, not under 11 stone', ex-
.,-lt thoie for horses of 1.) h:nds and und.:Vr,
which are at catch "- rightss not under 10
stone 7 lbs.' Th, w.iii-i;- of % rioe value
15 at this or uny pr.vi.'us nom-ting in Ber-
minid,& t it.rrVy 7 lbs1. exria; ,f a race or
r., coll. cti\.lv valued at .L5 to carry 14
lbs. extra; of over ::5 to carry 21 Ibs.
extra. But wimiers of iiac-s f(.rhb.rs,.s of 1.5
bands an,! under si :al nlt c:'.rry the penalty
when rating ..-, ainis' lurs>cs:>t ovrt 13 handed.;
and winners ift rn.. for ponies of 14-2 and
un,1r shlldl not ry thtr penalty for any
other races. In ;.:dlcul'.ting thet value of
Prizes no account is tal:1;n of any monies
won by second horses or by winni:rs of any
Cunsol.ition Staliks. -
No. 4.-F- ,rer W;n'.inr'r4 to. bo declared at
Entry-their Oviinis stating what rac-es
won, together with th.e value of stakes or
cup.
No. 5.-No horse to receive thl' Stakes for
more than two races at this mi-e"tig. 4
No. 6.-Three horses the prop;-rty oft difft-rent
owners to start for tach riaceo .:' tni a l1,'Id
money will be withdrawn.
No. 7.-The entrance money for each race in
which there are three or more starters to go
to the second horse.
No. 8.r-Any person ru li:i' nit oljt'cfi.i rust
lodge ten shiilin-gs with the (.'Ilrk of the
C.-iurse which will i,.- .forb-itd t th. race
fund if the obji-ijti:jn be decid_.,i by the-i
Ju.lges to be frivolous.
No. 9.-All horses running in races for horses
of 15 hands and under and in which weight
for inches is alu'.'.,l must produce to the
Clerk of the t'cales before starting a certifi-
cate of height si'ui--1 Lby Dr. T. H. Outer-
bridge.
No, 1 0.--Ho ses will be me sur:'d by Dr. T.
H. Quterbridge on the Race Coti se aut 50u
p.m. on any Tuesday or Thursday before No-
vember -1th.
No. 11.-The Ju.dg.s' decision to be final.
No. 12.-Th' deci'-ion of the Stwvards will be
final, and th.:y r.:serv the right of making
up new ra'.es anid oi' alteriug in any way
the Progr: ,urne ior Conditions. Thvy will
not be rre.. .ibl' for any los,..s occasioned
by any accident or event connected with the
races.
No. 13.-The order of running will be fixod
before the aitries arc- closed.
No. 14.-Th,- C',ursi rwil l l op.n for training
till the 10th of Novi.tlb-.r and no person
will at any time e tillow<-d to ride on the
Course without a w'iitten prnissiou signed
by one ,of th, .- tewat'rd..
No. 15.-In- th- Hur'dle Races there will be 3
hurdles to ea,:i lap, each hurdle to be 2ft.
t.in. high with 12 i.-hes of brushwood.

ENER A L MEETING of the
.,BEIMUDA HUNT CLUB will be held
in the TOWN HALL, Hamilton, at 3-0 p.m.
On F.1]DjI l October (0th,
To discuss what. steps shall be taken towards
securing) a Race Course for future years..
W. C. HUSSEY, A.D.C,,
71.(. S.'. BH. G.


Oct. 12th, 1882.
'/ Colonist please copy.


Prangs Christmnas
-Birthday Cards,
1882.


and


Call and See
PRANGS PRIZE CHRISTMAS
CARDS,
Now on Exhibition,
At the Store of E. BELL,
Sole Agent for Berintuda.
5, 7, 9 Church St., West, Hamilton.
AL. ,
Bis. Choice Family FLOUR, Cheap
for Cash.
E BELL.
October 16, 1882.-3pd


By
Upon theo


TO BE SOLD,
Public Auction,
Premises in SANDY'S PARISH


At 12 o'lock,
On WEDNESDAY,
The slt day of November now next ensuing,
Under and by virtue of sundry Writs of Exe-
cution issued from the Cutit, of QGneral
Assize agaiunt CHARLES HENRY
HEWLETT,
Thie', following Personil Effects, Vizt.:-
uN INE Tea KETTLES,
Ten SAUCEPANS,
1 Set scales s and Weights, 5 Wash Tubs,
7 -41b. Tins o.f Blk. PAINT,
155 Cakes White Lead1, 37 Packages Hops,
I Box Chlothes Pins, Box :ODA,
2 Packages, 10 Baking Pans,
4 Glass Bottles, I Tin Mustard,
8 B-ttles Castor OIL, 6 Tins Sea Foam,
2 Tins MA' CARONI,
4 -lIb. Tins Blk. PAINT, 2 51b. Ditto,
2 Ditto, Ditto. 10 21b. Ditto,
i 21b. Tins, 9 ilb. TJus DRIERS,
.14 lb. Tins UTMi'ER, !; Bottles Allspice,
4 Washboards, 20 lbs. Irou N A II S,
1 Cheese SAFE, 1 Lot Lamp Wiuks,
2. Balli Twine, 57 Burners,
3 Packages 'opper N A I L, I. Doz, INK,
I Box Iron po:,ns, 7 Sl.ttes,
122 Paint Brushes, Box Plate Powder,
3 Tea ans, I Tea Glass, 2 L-nip Shades,
1 Box Lamup .haliade, 1 Casta Window Glass,
2 c''ood-n tons, '
1 ]JILLIARD TABLE, Balls
and Cuvs,
I (LOCK, 2 SOFAS,
1 Romnud TABLE, 3 1 Walstanl, 5 PICrURES,
1 LookitIg GLASS.
J. H. TROTT,
P.M.O.
October 15,1888.

Fireworks! Fireworks!!

THE SUBSCRIBERll
Has now open for Sale a large acssortidnent
of



Also, CHINESE FIRECRACKERS,
By Box or Pack.
Low Cash Prices. Prica Lists on applica.
tion.
H. A. GIhANI'HAM,
146 and 47 Frout Street,
inamilton, B3ermuda.
October 1:1, 1882.-3 ins
THil SU1"C1IIBER
Has Just Received from
HALIF1X,
Per Schooner E. Guodnin,"
fUBS BUT''TEH,
Klit; S %WLMON,
Kits Cod .O(LI\N. &. ''ONGU'..S
Prince. Itward lsan.t BIlack OATS ,
& The above will be Nold h1y b Whilesile or
Retail.
J. S. B. COX,
Burnaby St'icee, iHamiilton,,
Opposite Mledical li!ll.
October 17, 1882.-twice

S I L- N E i v
And
Dress Makin.
rfHiE U,,ieer.ign.e' Iiaving secured
a -xe,,sive additionn to, tneir Store, are
now prepared to execut- any ordLrsin tbe above
lines.
Tlie Goodi in thisi Depar t .t will be fon,,'l1
well w,,rlihy o" Ir.s|pc ., i,, II .vI .; be,ii very
carefil',v ''eei[d 1,y 1;. jI..m ,h n oi frn 1.,
Evai sh ai;d t'cc-;icii iarrtet...
LOCK W IsD IA'GILHiJM.
Oetlr.), >. .- i 3.*


Strawberry Plants.

O N the arrival of next Halifax
lt,!.Am r, ,ue, on *27:h lustaiit, I viIl re-
ceive a C: O -1,F. LOT of' hT'itAWIlKB.ItY
P'LA NT'.S adapte.i to our Clisate.
All P'ar:ies having *'rdeted P.imnts hum the
Und.rsigred, will plrase caal f.-r tilie saoo with-
in 46 hinrs n later tlcir ar.r'ial, as they will boe at
their risk.
SP.S.- .\iy Person who has u t ordered amd
wish to obTin i'lants'can b,. supplied, by fom
ward!,tg their Orders at an en ly date to
S G. 0 -WllTAEY,
o. 23 Front i-tree-L-Upstaire.
October 16 1882., .


S For Sle.





S OrVE EIiD C.dRRLIGE, Set
of lAlNiE.8'saud a Pair of New Car-
ria,.e L9l PS. .
Apply t
i LOGAN SMITH,
Royal Enyineer Canteen,
Prospect,
etweeu the fours of 9 a.m. and p.m.,
Ociuber 16, j182.


l


Special


Mail Service.


fTENDELIS are invited for the
conveyance of Foreign Mails from HA..
ILTOr to MANOROVS BAY.
Tenders will be received up to I P.3M. on
SA TURD A Y the 4th o/ .Vu vJinber.
-Forms of tender and any further isnforms.
tiou can be obtain+1 ou application at this
Office, or at the Sub Post Ofli.e at Monugrov
Bay.
AUBREY G. BUTTERFIELD,
CvlaiJial Pohiaer.
Colonial Post Office, .
14th October, IS2.


FO0R S.A.LE,
Lately IReceived/Irorn, L O-A 0ON
anid NEWF ORK,
SET'TS Superior Carriag~e 11A
wit!, Coll-tr amid Iiuea,
I)im.to) difto ditto ditL')-with Bresift Strap.
Dimt'o ditto Cart HAN--S8
B i m ~ g hl r m o u u s, I id iu g S i J ) OL r S ,
..'!tmirrjp Lm i Ii il d; NWN!

li'm 510 im.l -l cd ;d1it






1Vacuum; F I,, Back ;UA P, PO:f lte s. ,

STR.e W u lsl orlidis..
!Ute0 C B Ie % I tVY, slightlyditmsgzIC(d. s
I-Arigean on rrERBiDQE ROS
it ~ ~ ~ Bos ciiSteltillwato,
C2id [c:01 :W, find2.


F (;S nreand BLmrquE "elu, iFl
Fvacuumtan ur, soft. oAVt 5OyLSHnI
IhW::, Ms iCiD% FLaa, BO "arV unSm
le U Klk. Mri11maeUun ShrIIakl.~

V.1 Nanes l:%, i~ig1 New damagedm.h 8aatJ
Sitei tre, Bn W Siuwi svlnll Si3 3pI
2A Simm ~ons, Us 1862. EiaTu~a' ilat

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS 1IN T*R
POST OFFICE, HT.MILTON, 1igh 04,4111M
iakBenjaL~n eoartohiall, Poutz FadBohr" 8 Gollw.u
C~ ityv, Biark "ay iI'uclnd, Sobariley, Wnkiullism

NAlSimon sith, 11rS mith Eiza Tae'1hovaPW~u-

Benamin SBurobaWas Mari Fe&.'b.Goka


Colonial Secretary's O/ice,
Smith October, ISS2.
THIE foUllowiu- AC!T3 have been passed by the
LEOU-LJn uals Or BucMtDA during the pre.ewat
Session :
ISs2.
No. 20.-"Au Act to aimnd the Jurors Act 1331."
(In force during the continuance of the
Juror's A(t 1SS 1.)
No. 21.-" Au Act relatiung to the On.;:e of Col.
nial Secretary."
(In forceo ind.fiaitely.)
No. 22.-"u nAt, to iu.'orporat. the Berkeley
Educatio.u'l Society."
(uI force indefinitely)
No. 23..-" An Act to amindl the Liqujr LiUense
Act 1bSO."
ilu force to 31st December, 1885.)
No. 24.-1" An Act to continue the AIubsidy granted
l1- The New York Steam CoIsariiication Ac.t,
1S77."
(an force till 31st. December, 1SS5.)
By Hi Exc&llency's Command,
CAVENDISiH BOYLE,
3 CAouial Seeretary.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
13n1 Goroia, 1'ls2.
A. COPY of the Report of the
INST RUCToR OF oGIUCULTURE on the Is.
land of North Caicos and its fitness for Agri.
cilturalpurposes, together with a copy of the
terias on which Ltases of over 100 acres will
be grunted, and likewise a copy of the condi-
tions on which Leases for 25 acres with TritleB
il Fee Siuple at the end of 7 ytdrsd tenancy
will be grated, have beuii forwardeil to this
Government by His Honor the CoMisaloxeNa
OF TURKS' AND CAIcos ISLAWDS, with a view
of encouraging Iimmigration thither.
Further information can be obtained at thia
Office.
By His Excellency's Command,
(CAVENDISI! BOYLE,
1 Colonial secretary.
Colonial 'cretary's Ofice,
16TH OCTOBER, \1-2.
11IS EXCELLENCE THE GOVERNOR
has received a Circular Despatch from
the Right Honorable the S.'RiaoARvy o TAT
FoR T'RF C'LON[E, dated Ist ,:vptelibor, I S.-2,
transmittii copi on of an Ordr of the Q
IN OUNCILof tlie ISth August, revoking the
Orders in Council of the 17th of March, I~7.5,
and 3rd of May, 183'2, and exemptiug front
measureiuent in the United Kingdom (1) 4ail-
ing Ships of the Kingdoia of Sweden, the
weasiurement whereoof lha, on or after the Ist
April, In75, be-n ascertain d and denottd in
the Regisers and other Natioinal Papers oi
such Ships, and (2) Steaumships of th:. Kingdoru
of Sweden, the measurenieut whereof has boen
ascertained and denoted as aforesaid on or af-
ter the Ist of April, 16I1.
The Copies of the Orders of the Queen in
Council can be seen on application at this Of.
fice:
By His Excellency'a Commniud,
CAVENDISH BOYLE,
1 Colonial Secretary.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE,


rfs. f Green's
PR IVATE HO TEL.

l/R. G.RE1IN having ma,'e extensive alter-
, I nationss in her Ilotel aen.miiodalion' re-
spectfully so iciit the P'ironauer of LADIEs and
(ENTIEMiE it'quirin' BIt E KFAST. LU;N-
C1 E.ONi and IDINNEI -w.
Refreshments suppliedd at any hour.
Reid Street, Haniilt,'n, ?,
June 1-2, I'2.5

Real Estate in Hamilton
Parish for Sale.

A Dwelling


A nd Parcel of L o.*I con-
taining Three Acres, Two Rods and Ten
Perches, movie or less, in Hamilton Parish.
Bounded Eascily by Lands of the Widow of
the late Anthony amuul Trott. Southerly,
on the Sea. Westerly, by Lands of Robert
Peniston, and N.rthlerly on a Pond or Salt
Water Lake, commonly known as "North's
Pond." Th- Land is intersected by the new
Military Road, which runs quite near the
Dwelling House. Price moderate. Apply
early to .
y ORMOND T. MIDDLETON.
14th August, i.2.
' Wan eI C .


In an Officer's family ., G OD
COOK, :
must be well recommended. Liberal wages
will be given to a suitable person.
"' Apply at the Officeof this P.iper."
POctob,'r 3, 1882.

S AN NT ED

A Good COOOI.


Notice.


A Change m Bus.iness.
T HE Undtdrsigned haviiig talcen a Partner
in the Smithery Business from and after
the(. Ist October, instant, 1"2, -
(.See Advertisement)
Respectfully requests all Peisons having
CLAIMS against him to render same on or
before
The 31st Instant,
Made up to 30th SUpte'mb.er, without fail, as
any Accounts rendered after that date wiill not
be nottic'e.
F. W. VOSSJI]ER.
S B. -Mr. Vossmer takes this opportunity
of tliharking his friends and patrons for past
favours, and on behalf of the New Firm so-
licits a continuance of same.
Hamilton, Oct. 2n.1, 1 9.-3

NOTICE.

The Smithery Business
TORMERLY carried on in Hamilton by
F. W. YO.'IMER will in future be con-
ducted by
F. W. VOSSJIIER and G. TV.
YOUNG.
With their extensive knowledge of the busi-
ness, the observanrc- 01of punctuality, and with
a guairatee of satisfaction generally, respect-
fully solicits a share of the Public Patron-ige.
F. W. YOSSMER & CO.
Hamilton, October 2nd, 1882.


Removal of Barbering
Establishment
Frohm QIectu to "ront Street, Up-
stairs Orer No 47.
T'ilE Undersigned in thanking
the Pudlie and the Inhabitants ge:irrally


S. A. SMITH,
SURGEhON DENTIST,
Having returned by Ilie Orinoco" will resume
his Profeoin Il Doties at his Office over
the Medical Hall,
THIS DA Tue.siday.
Ilauiltn.u, Scp enmer 23, 1882.

To Journeymen Tailors.

WANTED,
Coat and Trousers Hands:
A A Pl-y to
T. KERIRISK.
Front Street, Hamilton, twice
October 10, S-.1 tce

The Liverpool & London
JVAD GLOBE INS IR-
antce Company.
T1IIE Tndersigiied having been appointed
Aggents in Bermuda four the above Com-
pany (one of the leading Offices in Great Bri-
tain and of 46 years stztn l;.T) are prepared to
offer protection against FIRE at A[oderate
Rates.
The Annual Report of this Company sub-
mitted at the last General Meeting in Liver-
pool in May, shewing Dividend then declared,
with many other interesting Statistics, the
Undersigned will be pleased to show to any
one who man apply to them at their Office.
J.'H. TIIMINGH.AM & SONS.
Hamilton, Bermuda, }
14th August, 1882.

J. M. MeNeill & Co.
N61 &Co


64 Front. Street,
Are riial v to tiak1, Orders


65
for Gent's


W hite Dress Shiris,
Mo:usure taken and Fit Gu:Irateed.


-- ior tile liberal platronL.ge they have extended ALStO,
AL.sO, tumards )nim, hopes i.y sri-t attention to Basi- A Large Assortment of
fA llotto and- Parlour M,11l), ,es at hise i w EI'STAlII.ISllMENT, Fro.nt HI ?53
loueeandParior 1U, upstairs over No. 47, to merit aeou- G1NTS FU NISHING GOODS,
,elo rhecuhoa nledl. Must be smart, tiuance of same. All of the latest designss.
itnd one who u,.ii.r.taids the work. i F J a of o n
Apply at the Royal Gazette" Office. FREDERICK J. JAMES. (7 Sample of 1Ilsoins, on hand.
September 19, IS.-tf. Hamilton, July 18th, 1882. For rertreiice to fit apply to
J. M. McNEILL & CO.
Sperm u d a I e, STO EHAVE H TEL lamillo, August 29, 188.*
Made from Pure ratiin Water The Proprietor of the above Hotel AM i hard's Linim ent
having gone to still further alterations has
,ai. be used under all circumstances without ,lie now Opened A Supply of this funous R.,el
danger tteiidin,_ all ii nprote'd Ice, which in A Pubi Bilhtiard Room, o s nol i muy
most teass aft'ct, the states. in the same man- u bn lC .-Blliar RLOOi, for


it rr 3i a chiaini o in drinkini-r water.
'I'lCe ubsemIitier is now prepared to furnish Ice
atDepo', IBurnaby Street, from 6 a.m. daily,
and delivered in I tuniilton and Vicinity from a


And respecifully solicits a share of the Pal,!ic
patronage.
Reid :-treet, Humilton, August 14,; 1.'8J.


a.m, to 12 o'clock-Sundays excepted. re and
i'rice half Penny per pouud. iHorses Caridages and
This being -, home industry I respectfully ask Carts fbr Iire.
a.continuance of the Public patronage. t

flamilton, May 15, 188O2. -" _-LES.
'" HE Business herc, of.re carried
NOTICE. on by THOMAS HARVEY willon, ac-
.count of his recent personal injury, be at
71 "present conducted by
For Sale or Hire. EDWA.RD J. LIGHTBOURN.'
A Superior Horse Donkey perfect- Church Street, Hamilton,
,.;* J i Septemrber 9th, 1882. j
ly Harmless and Quiet. Septemberth, 12.
With anewastyle y ORDERS in the above line
Carriage and Harness., left with either LIGHTBOUToN or HARVEY wil
The same would suit a Lady or Invalid. meet with prompt attention.
Terms Moderate. 1me1 ew e1nn elle,
Please apply to ll
H E N1TY T DYER J U CT 10 JNE E R.


Hamilton, September 5, l882.


SShipping and Comlnission Agent,
Queen Street,
HIAMIL.TON, BIR' Mt UDA.
Prompt attention given to consi4 uments.


I-- "Auetiou Wedoies!ays and Fridays.
~- -
'"Ae"" M.."' GUION LINE
anid New' York. GUIl 1 N L
SPAIN, HELVETIA, ,HOLLAND,
E0ILPT, THE UEEN, DENMARK, l
ENGLAND, ITALY, CANADA, U ted Stales Mail Steamers.
ERIN, FRANCE, GREECE. --
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprises JFO ER OO
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
to one Compainy) in the Atlantic service leav-i I.E .V NEW YOl( K
ing the port of New York. They are builten-' ,-,\\.
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de-. 1 'M a 1X '; M ALY .
corative parts, are divided into water-tight
and fire proof c,<.ipi'tin,,.ints, and provided WISCONSIN Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 3'30 p.m.
with everything a,-uln:acud to add to their zALASKA 17, at 8-00 a.m.
safety, and to the comfort and convenience of %%,YtMING 2., at 300 p.n-.,
passengers. The saluousand staterooms (all AhZONA 31, at -0 0 a im.
on the main deck) zre unusually large, ligh, ABY'NIA Nov. 7, at 200 p.m.
and airy. Tho table and general appoint- WI(Co',SIN 14, at 7-00 a.m.
ments coumlare favourably with thebest hotel, ALASKA 21, at 1'30 p.m.
One of these steamers will sail from New ,The above Steamers are built exp eslyr
York every Saturday, for Queenstown and the Trade, have five watertight bulkhead-, and
Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, from carry e pperieueed Orncer, Sutr'eons nd .Stw -
Yf'ricr 39" North Hiver. .Rat-s of passage, ardesses. "*lit. "aoo ,'AccanianmLu;tlisureun-
in curr('.'y :-To Queenstown au, Liverpool, ;surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
$Wi to i710. To Lo.lon direct (iVictoria Docks) 1State. lIom are ',I mlm:ti. .'lek Uoleuint inl" the
$50 to 0 ; e -xcursion tickets 00, currency; ;.u ,ls er, .h.B seemint teat ,. iQt co'..ilort in
Steerage passage $2I6, cuirreny. For further 'au tr'avii, i,,'f;ct c.t'ai( o i..,n' tight-.
particulars al ply to ttho Compuny's Offices, .-mokinok ',,.o.', t 1 '!:' iuo.,n. aid Piano on 1
1os. I.'J, T71 and 73 Biuiadway, Nuw York. ,' t:.i .-t.in, r. ,,
S .... . ... ... i1 i" i. M 1 ,- tt zera e **tril.oe. -" fro m
T -' LV URT, *J. HuR, guo.:a,t., generally arrives at New
,;N ew Y o" rk J a M manager. Y ,rk ,.,:. .ondI .s, and i'.1'-ngers bagapecaun
New ork, Janual y 2., 182 be ..-i r .i Lc': ,I the Liturpool Steamer
Ssailin-iu,. xt dlay.
THE ass''rtment of Silver Jewel ry; consisting WIL W I AIA S "& GUION,
otof Bruo ces an td E ar Rings, Biacelets, ... 1
Eigei-nb bud Coo.ley angles, Luckct, Nick- Agents,
ele, t"e', leeve 'uttons, and Vest Chains, 29 Broadway, New York.
&U., at Cbild'e. .Was never mojire complete. 1 New York, SeptembUr 21,- 182.


Rheumatism, INeuralgia, Stiff Joints, Burns.
Bruiic,,., Sore Throat, &c., &c.,
Just Received by
WAINWI-GHIT, GORHAM & CO.,
Medical Hall.
September 12, 1882.-1 m
Pvtteclionl ia.-tainst 1FI- i
AT THE n.iOST MODLItA'iTE IA'I l E
Can be obtained from the
PHfE.VIX INSUR.A NCE COMP. N Y
of London,
One of the 1,,rgest Established and Weahllic t
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the' IRANN('1 OFFICE in these
Istaiid ,1 aSavinig is e-ffecil to the Insured
of tie Stamp Duty. a very considerable item.
I.'KS taken both on REAL anid PERasoNAL
Pk'i'['rE'ITY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEESt and no CthAlRIE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIEL ),
Agent.
Hamilton, S.ptember 9ih, 1856.

GOOD 0FF FE.
Everybo ly wants it, but very few get it
because most people do unt. know how to
.*kleXt. coffee, or it is spoil in thin: roast-
ing or making. To obviate these dificiul-
t i,-s has been our study. Thurbe r's pack-
age coffees are selected by an c.xpert who
understand the art of blen-hug various
flavors. They are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put in
pound packages (1'a the ban, not ground,)
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuinenr-ss, and each packagecontains the
Thurberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
packtwokinds, Thurber's "-No. 31," strong
atnd pungent; Thurber's "No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit. every
taste. They have the three great points,
guod iiei'ty, honest quantity, reasonable
price. Ask your Grocer for T1i ,,rr's
roasted Coffee in p,,ail packages, "No. 34"
or No. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what. is best,.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the "Ideal" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coflfe-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respect fully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Itoasters, New York.
P.S.-- Ns the largest dealers in food pro -
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
teit-st to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and pack them in a tidy
and satisfactory manner. All goods
bearing our name are guaraut'-eld to l,,,
of superior quality, pure ..ind a't,,,.',
and dealers are authorised to refund the
purchase priceI in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
and consumers to use T/arbrs' brands.


(HILD'- Jewelry tore is Head Quarters
or Waltham Watches in gold or silver
;ac. .


Removal. Portland Cement.

W M. C A NT 0 N, the 'SIR F. SEYMOUR
fr m


Watchmaker aud Jeweller. 1S
perience.


Years ex- Portland CEMENT, ill
n T>...1 -o < i .


-- ualreu i 4 u en.--.\,a' Brands,
Watclhes, Clocks and Jewelry clean-l- At Unu~uailly low prices.
ed and repaired. J. H. TRIMINGHAMN & SONS.
0?- Every description of repairing done. Ii 1zi.lton, October 9, 1882.-3ins
Queen Street, 1amilton, h n Al
October luth, 1882. 3 months BE RMUDA, Alias
.-.... --SOIOMEItS' ISLANDS .
Ill /ff. By His E.i elencc l.ieul.-General T.
L. GA L L'I E Y1. I.E.,Gov-
A N sJ P P R EN T ICE to the ernor, and Coninandei -in chief,
A CONy nPR rBY fT.-lNiEt.o tlece Adiral and aOrdinary, in
CN"ON EC FI)N ERY aU."IN a ,err hesc Islands, *, -c.,
Apply at once to 4"c. ,
E. A. MEYER, 1Vtll:P.AS JO( )IN N TIANl .;L \A[N..
Corner of East I;ro.idwav and Victoria Street, ARIGHlT has prayed for Administr.i-
IIamilton, October., I'SS,2.- tf. li:non ot the 'tUte ofJA 1iKS WVILLLA MMc-

EWE'N, late of Pembroke I'arkih ii these 1s-
v .k Y, i lands, Genileaian, decerisd.
,: ir.^'- r A 7 This is therefore to give notice, that if any
S'e ioun or Persuns cau shew any just Causeo hy
... '7 '- l- lesai d \di'iniistratiL slihouild not be graitcI
I-6E COJ .PAJVI. unto the said JOHN N V!IIANII.L '%%AIN.
V ; Rh_ IT, he, she, or they, are to filo his, her,
--th--e at ,' East 1iradw or theil Ca-al in writing, in lthe 'ecreiar3's:
S Office of these Islads within Fifteen day, from
bsbei i es cthe publication het'il, otherwise the said Ad-
TTHE Sulscrie, Woutd respectfully inform ministration will b.e granted accordingly.
-.- the people of llaniilt.n and viciit,,i that
they are now prepared to attend to all Orders CAY.EN DISHI BOYLE,
for Ice in a first class manner and at the reason Colonial Secretary.
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aue price oi .tii- enntliy per pound.
We will keep conIstantly on hand at the New
Ice House, East ilroa.iway, a supply o( ICE
throughout the year for the benefit of our Cus-
tomers who may require cee during winter
By prompt attention to our customers and
strict attention t., our business, we h.,pe to re
ceive a huire o'f the Pubtie patronage.
Ice dcliverel ddily (Sundays excepted) in
iimnilton o and veiniity.
N, B.-ICE itOUSX open 10ho.1 7'a.m. to
(G*30 p. n. d.aiiy, Su..J i% ex..-ecjud, wh' r ~ it
%ill be open froim n '.
JOHN B. STAHL & CO.,
Ena Boadclay, H.aioulon.
June 20, 1882.-tf.

For Sale

j A House and Lot,
In the Town of hlamilton,
FOR SALE.
For Particulars please apply to
R. D. DARRELL, ESQ.
iHamilton, No, r. 29, 1881.

For Rent,
Immediate possession. to an approv-
ed Tenant,
A COMfFORTABLE

/i l.iJ/ (House
I ith about 6 acres of Land near Walsingham.
Apply at once to
V. S. O. PEAvISTOA;
.Jack ville, Hamilton Parish.
June 27th, 1882.-ti

For Sale
At "Royal Gazette" .t at iou.-ry Stor ,
Hendrie's Petroleum Patent Soaps.

ELEGrTt11 -V UFE,


SELLF- CURATIVES,
ADAPTED TO ALL PARTS OF THE RPODY
Dr, Bryan's Electric Bells.
-TYOR Ta CURE OF-
Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy.
sical Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis,
Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorders, Impotency,
Liver t:ornplails, DyspepA.i, Rheumatism.
Headaches, Female Complaints, Premature De-.
cay, etc

NO MEDICINE IS NECESSARY.
T HIS wonderful discovery in the application of
Electricity enables the sufferer to give scien"
ific attention to his own case in accordance with'
Nature's laws. The belt acts by aid of the he&
and moisture of the body and evolve continuous
currents that infuse the system with the vitalizing
element until the disease is overcome, and a re-
cuperative process established., .
The Electi o.Magnetic Current,as evolved by Dr.
Bryan's appliAuces,strcingthci]s th., nervous system
give force to the brain auil digestive function, re-
store lost or impaired power ot body or mind,
whether ari.nug from acts of imprudeuce, sickness
or old age.
Illustrated Pamphletl, giving all particulars, sent
on application. Orders received through any re-
sponsible Commission house, and in ordering send
measure round the waist and slate iLe nature of the
complaint, and a suitalu appliance will be sent to
order. Address:
SELEt'.'RUl APPLIANCE CO.,
117 E. 15TH S'r, NEW YoNt., U.S. ,
Coffee drilik'ers sh.juld read the advertisement it
another vclunna headed Good Coffee.


Sateu at the Secretary's Oilie,
this 2n.l day of 'cioeier, 1882.

FO "ag"3TEI'S
Complete Jan Ares for
i .LJDcrmmuda.

G EORGE B. FORRESTER having ai.:lyzed
several qualiti.- ot B.ruid: Soil, is pre-
pared to furniti a COMPLETE MANURIE,
Inuitable to the several er,.,'1s grown in these

Potato,
Tomato,
Onion,
Beet, e
, Strawberry, &c., ke.
A trial is solicited.
Full directions will be given to each buyer
Prices furnished and orIlers taken by
HENRY A: SMITH.
or, GEO. B. FORRESTER,
Manufacturer, i69 Fiont Street,
N% w York,
Hamilton, August 15th, I'62.-3 tr

Hard Stone Lime.

For Sale.
A Quiatt tity of' the above warranit-
-- ed Hard Sto.ne, for Sale at CooMns
FARM, >outhalupt:unl, Welt.
Ariang-in uts may be made tor delivery at
th.- a.ilo or at any part of the Island on appli-
cation to
T. W.W. PFWTHEREU.
Sepembe-r 2, I2.-Gms

Bermuda Veterinary In-
firmary,
REID 'STREET, HAMILTON.
TtlEPODORE OUilrtititl:l)G: DG .V.S., Ic-
sidence, Hamilton,
E. 1; I'!l> M E RCFR, D.V,,., R.Rideneon i tan,,
S ilton I'aris. ,
\Vill visit St. eo.)rge' Prof-,I,..iilyon "ue-
days-Office at U. puiirlijr lsqr's.
W ill vi,it ." .- et on li di,].\ o
Reid :'t., la:inilt.,n, .ia nuary 2.' .


Horses Carriages and
Carts lor Hire.
The Uidlecrsig,.ed hiaviug a fit out in the above
Line-Carriages C ojforlnble, I lorses Quiet and
Drivers steady, respectfully solicits a Share of
the P'ublic i'atIrn g .g .
JOHN 0. SIMONS,
Near the Rectory, Pagot(
July 24, 1868.-6 m

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THIE BERMtUDA ROtAL GAZETTEi publishIe
every Tuesday, by DONALD M'P.ILF. I EE,
Printer to the Queen's Most E.xceilent
Majesty,
AT HIS OFFI'CFP,
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streetp,
Hamilton,
Where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
priuted at the shortest notice.-Agents
St. Georges for the Royal Ga:ell, lessrs.
GEOa.GE BOYLE & SON, West End, Water
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Tuesday, October 17th, 1882.


The 'ergeurr-alt Anitr'ilir Dram.iitic Club
Reytl Irish Rifles. ,
This exe li.nt rLd wll ,,ri ii ze! Ihb, opened
the st--.'i-u at Pr.isI te.,n n.ui'i-',y nii 1h!, and thi -ir
well-k1.wn .imn-.1 uil.-ni l1- pr ptil crity I1.!ought
them cr'v..1.1d h':,.- ..:1 uilght. Th_.- p rforim-
anee eomo.'n,: v-.1 wIi:h; the S r,. r nin.' F ir. in one
Art, 1y J..Lu M a.li.,nu i.i:.rt :.n, E..;r euticl-l
Slash- -r and C'rr.ish.r, and i.-, without ,' doult,
the b '.-tr F ir.- yvet ir_1..i:i d by t,,ii. <.,. ,in audt
plare.1 with better .-pirit. The W.-hil .:"uie i full
of wit, fun and xcit..:uent, and W.t r..i, h .1ipl)ausi
broke out -hein the f ti'-ty and fri :ht,..nd l.a-h'.br
gefts excitel1 by drink, chases tht pi .l .-ttious during
Crasher, swords in hand sevc-era! time ar r,-s' and
round the st-'i.-, that the pi-..-' wa if 'I .,r '
minutes .-ilur el. B.-uj:iaini Bl..vii.i-rd, rhie blus-
tering ex-Trumpet Maj..,r, waas .,l.vy -t.tiu.', by
C-lor-S--rg,:-iu O. G. Wiill-inri-., who looked and
rct:-d th1:- p'rt allowed him. .The part of Slasher
was played with much [.1irit. by :. r-.-.- it-Bugler
W. F. Cli',-m-mnri, and was a very (.i it, ,.,:vf.r,
and lii.hly antiniinx performance, his facial ex-
:,res.i':on and n : ntit. -p:-,. m .: 1 r.' .r- 'f i.a Ah. -
ter 1u.] apllan... S:1ri'..iht P. F.rry e.i.t 1i, -,l
the part .:,f (',.u-li'rt, his "..**-t uip" v,. n capital and
hLi, a.tin.-' better still, ( .i:-, i.liy .-'.-'re he f*.-.':,
Sla-sh,-r t-. fight a duel. Li. ut. Br..u-n irwa. ,ii]i-
anl'y played by Mr. M N mi ir as "* ..l-.I t.-
part c-f' .. .'i by 1 -- ETei, r\, t lly \here 1..
try their hands at "love n, iir:i.," n v.ii'i: was irre-
sistably funny. Mrs C.'!-L..---uiu a .I 1 th,- p irt
of Aunt Dii. h, her "rni'. -- ii" .-... very .-,.,,.
andshe 1.1 '.-I her part ':. ,:i' .' ,- ..-ll. c -'-rI.l .
T;!;- : Vr 1 11; I. 1 T .1 ... t. ,l l. *..':'
four songs, the first v :i "-1 .-, :n, ..int..:...t i i. ', .
"The C'.:..-' ,.'"-., .n" illh.-).,t-.1 with l.,r-L-
pictures, was v-,- ;.. ,.I "*I'm ni t i., l a it ..1
as I look." 'I., t''t o -. "TDeirly Beloved
Br- thi.-:.-" was the sonw.- .-f t'. .,,-uin -, ri.: (.'...'rus
of whichthe audience j.,1.-:- i .-t 1 l, ;l' ak.. u,'
was the best we have seen for a long linii. Th.
fourth was a toni '.a song- .1. I That's where
you're. "..- "; '", character being an old man,
who denounces the follies and fashions of the
times, one verse composed by himself on the late
E .',.',ti'11 War, sent a ringing cheer thir)iu-h the
spacious. 1i i Vl,* .. ,,\-.' no L.,.i: -i; .n in
sr'.-i.- th: ,i'. ,''. ** -P'"1'., is a hoa in him-
a, a 1 t':. who have not yet witu.,. 1..l h: mar.
vellous powers of .:rii. -1, shoil .1 n',.r.i ,. *'1
golden ": ." '-f while thi ,.-.:-iel t remain
w ith uE. 1 '. ., !,l.-i-! with the
in-,..* I Drama, in two acts, by W. S. F.'.., *,
E-.'., ...-; "Bitter Cold," in which M:.!r
En, k.' 1.1 y.- 1I the part of the heroine, which was a
eFl. l.: id pi.. .: i, .. ',. ir..i',.h',.',. M rs. Em ery
displayed ease and .';'.., t.I: true spirit of
the actress was never ,'_. .,.l tlie it, i .'. theI
Drama w.ii I i .%t7-, I I ,..r powerful act-
ing. As -..1, 1. villain, Ralph C:' .1 i found
an able representative in .'. .. .ilt I'. F. i'r- a blood-
thir-i v individual who ".nes for everybody," but
gets "dropped on by -nii '.;.!-., an old ladior,
-who brings good newawjfor Mary Manvers ;.
Eliirv), which Ralph trys to possess hiw.-..!i' with.
Sergeant Bloomer made a great hit," by the im-
pressive manner in which he played the important
part of Ben I .k Mr. Macnamara was excellent.
as Harry Mi. ,r. the farmer, who is 'wr..!tiv'
accused of the murder. Sergeant-Bugler a.1 Mr -.
Cheesman sustained the parts of Toby Topples, and
Sukey respectively, and much fun was made of the
'lana-hter provoking speeches of these two.
('h 'to'ni'- make up," for l', t:. I wn.i v,.ry droll.
The minor characters were vety v -.-..11 ul. in their
partt-, and the Christmas Carol at the l.p, uLini, \',air
well sung, and nicely harmonised, the -,1*...- t,-hii;
effectively r.i.'t..l by Mrs. Gearon i'a,.p mei' .'r.
M;in.:En i: lrn I 't. n...i and Bandsman PF'if.1.0.V i .
31s it:L re:liti. i-t i- to Armourer Se'ieiut J,...-n
Mason i. -f .:.-' ;, ,... ,ad his two a1-i-tant
Messrs Tr.,y .tn 1 H i ., t..r the manner in which
the scenery was got up for the Drama, the snow-
storm" seemed a reality. Mr. Brown arranged the
incid.-uti.d niu'-iL for the Drama, the string band
6Lting in attewl- nce.
At the conclusion of the preformance Mr. B i:t 1-
master Brown was presented with a gold rit.'- by
the Club, for the valuable services he has rendered
them, and for the willing spirit and courteous

We hope, that, now this Club has started for the
season, they will meet with the success t!,, \ r'i:-- r\v.:
and erelong, give us another exhibiti..un .f til,. i
dramatic power.

For the Royal Gazetts
WHAT IS LAN.)D- L'APIlNiG-?

The most artistic part of Civil Ti.. i:ne-rn;u is the
base..,'L:tn 1- .1,,a.-- .. 1 .'." i i... ni.1-ity,a intrica-
cy, ; th i:.'-.i. .- it f .n -, i, the compass for the
Landscaper to steer by. Landscapers and Nursery-
men generally go hand in hand t..g. thir ; the
Nurseryman produces the stock, and the Landscap-
er furnish his grounds, just as a wife would fur-
nish a house with all things that is needed without
any show of ostentatiousness. The Landscaper is
the pre-tnrc .ir. the Nursery-man the next, t!-:i
comes the Gardener to keep the grounds as the
L-'tm.nI:.r !, ". left them. There is ir..el any
industrial pursuit which admits a wider range for
the exercise of talent and ability than that of the
Landscape E':u ..- ,'. A man of good natural taste,
a thoroughbred son of nature, that can read the con-
tours of the universal Landscape, and has a compe-
tent knwi d1'.: of the science of hotonyand of the
vegtt'al.I. kini.-.iii. If he i .lil.'t.eat and persever-
ing he may arrive at the head of his profession.
Landscaping is not learned by the hands alone,
but by thought in the interior life, and roughed out
into some sort of shape, then carried to the soul,
and there worked into a whole; h1:.-.'i the hands
begin by translating .:u,2 iu.tIpr-l..,tJnu the
work of the interior life and the soul even at this
stage, the creative powers are all the time heavily
taxed whilst the work is going on. Let my
study be ever so careful and ever so elaborate over
my plans, I never drew a plan yet but what I
could improve on as the work went along. Again,
I never drew a plan yet that would answer for two
places-always a -.,i. t1'i1n for the creative power
to introduce to make .n-rtiity of parts. The
Architectural designs in Bermuda are a great draw-
back, very much against the Landscape, not at all
adapted to the formation of the Country, the ware-
house bui]ldi,.r s are neither more nor less than
counterfeits for dwelling houses, they are out of
coanri uity with the Geographical formation. There
is only one house in Bermuda that is adapted to
the formation of the Country and that is the Hon.


'William Gosling's. The Architectual d'-ign suit-
able for the country is Lii.Al.etliinu, Corinthian,
and there arc spots where Grecian might be very
prudently introduced.
Mr. Editor, it may be asked, why, and very just.
ly too, introduce the above mentioned styles of
Architectural designs ? The walls of the buildings
would be broken by projections and recesses
which would be in character with the brok-
en or irregular contours of the undulated
grounds and country-the roof of the Houses
should be of a greater pitch, say @ 45 o, oonse-
quently wmIld be longer and spireing upwards
which would be in character with the- aboriginal
and indigenous spireing trees. What can be more
spireing than the c.:dar ?
The above three d: aigns call for three different
methods of laying out the grounds according to
locality and the surroundings.
GEsnAL PaiNNcipLS.
Simplicity, with s,me- d.egree of intriegcy are the
first tdibts t. I.e aimed Iat in laying out the grounds.


Ii the ab.:-ni.,- ref the orne there (.iun 1:, in small
sp.eoA-,, no indi ati 'us of reliued t:i-tr-, and without
th.e ..ther no i'E-nri .nt ilepiiure will be arrivedd nt.
S:-.rtiugly an..imal.:,u-t r,-s thry are, tlh.;y n.,ty vyet
i m:;,d perf-etly .:>mipa'.tale. A d-i'n rm:tv 'b.?
i y- e'-ttially -impie without l in h.iii, or -.,,-re, arnd
intr:cat without b::C minL laiyriuthlin.. Simpli-
Sity im the ',.poite...f.--t.:-ut tioiu I.m 1 xtrav' g.in-e.,
SL-i.-Licity is th.- .l'kp.'lu. <.f thl- hi.h,,t t l ite and
is prime ,,l -menIi in .;::r ba.,uty, u,-t that it ialto-
Lg tL. i .'h'.viternr-s, th.: beauty \vwii,-i i, whenu
una, druedl. i.lori..d tl..- mni..:t,'" f..r it i, p.:-rfe.-tly
em('"i.i ant ,.*ith s-ir.- d.-:.,r e of ,.rha t-. oru.rrn iu at.
the same t'uime th- iutri. ia v whiih arise' from a
:partial and J.Ii'.L-ig inv.:.lition *.4 parts fi,m -lihght
and insen.ibe haqn..-1s a nd fr-.i't tihit iartfil arr.t'u,'-
runut f -inl'Ie pl nt- an'i gr.'ip-s vhii.lh prodliiu:'-s
fr": Orh, I t'f ap ( t .0 1 id T n-ii on". f 0 i -'ht. '.,.. ,i-
et [i liks :i. Ie tl.,i!_ whi-_h r,. 1 .,r.:-s t,. b- 1 duly
st ,-I l an l 1i ,l vhid-, f,.r ; 1 ; tt.il.n. d se h,-i,.u
are iiritt.-r-, ,.f ,r',t imp ,rt ij .-. Thiv -- rv,: to
!..*''< it *I.i e-,tr i i. .ly *:.ue's nwu itoi vrtin-- iuto
a kind of .s nm.umn. A place tbhat h uudirtl-r' .f tlhee
q uli diti.s i.' ht ialm.-..t r.' a :1" i li : '" -rt1th1.
'",,.Nd,' ,,/ I f, 1,, -t' ,ir- pr.I.,b]" ni ,nn
' ti-i.-t to att-nd to, y -t th.: r..,it ..M ,:sit ,a tt inD.ii
('.nu ii..n !ii, or.l-: r ar the 1-.w .f uniiver.- ,l n,o-
tur,.. 9.11d ,:i n Id,,_,rI 1.-- iinfr.n-1,,..L on i v a ti H a,'--
Ia.'iy- is no small thin-;' ii th eyes of thl L.and-
scape, harmony is the only true foundation of
:..ituic.; ,r .: x.-c l T-noo. T. have ..- r i1 nota-.
Id]. I ',r.. t .i..-ti. ..r to perform many thi ..., vllI
fall to the lot of very f. -w i.-li:-h.; I ls ; Ial ,i -'ar-
den 1!, .1. affects to hav- i t'.. r. ..n .:,: u:ireked ex-
', :--...u or tone is too TI'-r..-..irly li ilurian. Unity
i. 'T-..:r, and a well 1...i, n -1 ..1 ,u i v bl.--udI.d
,dija imrn.-r.i of parts import *.. i v.,.-o'it of (.hir-
v... t.-r :iid d ,-nit of aspect ,vlaLi. i] ,- sr.:- in th!:
-i l -I:. wvi esteem GIt- I t...n ,- t,1. ... ,:.i.,.
transition of one part of the -:,.' ib t, tli- ..rl,:i
it.' t :i' d. i 1.- I bI reak or : i.;: :-1 [u' it'..r.:.
h h,I o.nv. si'.:.di.l alway- :I- ri... r ft.r, ar. it
will et. Mit t 'i ..:.' ..r to -. v [-.rt< of dirt,--nt
styles, an 1 preserve : :. i..,' i r.i..:': v and
smoothness. Let it not I- spp...- I t' I! ."uv tr.l '
is intended to be laid on .,rjy u.,- 'f tljh. above
general rules to the depreciation of lh,- n. rt, ori thlat
m arkedi 1 ,. :..- -n i.f ;th-.. is to I. a.''.-., :.i.-d.
M r. Editor,I !, ,;-.- tit ,ii %-. iU t,, a ,,.,t,. tihnt
never was exhau-t-:..1 .y L..- pen or mind ..,r ,-irl,
nor never v li1 :%r. in ..n ; .:i.,u. I -]l v,-..tur-'
to '-nrl: Tl.- ;f t, ..1 1-',..i, w,-r.. t. m ake lt,.'ir'
.omesteads a lit'-- more attractive, th.ri- wto-ildI
not be such a great in lin iti,.': iu the young-heads
to immigrate, and i'ti.' out of th : f, v' -i L-, iin,
to thi: ir.' There is not such an in. Hi, iii..i! in thil
;i..ri: ladies as there is in the young E.-i1:.-ileun.
v- the old ladies take very 're-t iare t.i .v. riat-.
ters in the luse just so w,-re t:,. old gentleman
has got along, ,- ntI--1., and ti- young one's
must do the same Thi- i, a very zri.,.t mistaken
notion. If matters were neat and snug ,a ti le
the house, and thr- gr. 11i.1- well kept, it .l- :tt..4
fl. : mind to a hli.,I. order of fiLiI and teaches
a good moral example.
Iam, Mli. Ed;t..r,
Yours very >--t.I fly,
JAMF i S PILLING.
October 9th, 1882.


I!a.:hinery is now going forward for one boat,
which will be ready to .,begin operations in Novem-
ber. When the- machinery is. ou iarn., the in.boat
will be towed by steamer to Colon. If, in the
course of the v,-iyag. a st.:.rm ihoull aCiN.', she will
be cut adrift to .e pii.ked up when the l:o w i over.
The boat in lier outwnrd v,'y.ige will be supplied
\with aills, and biu-s a very Sea&worthy raft several
C ptaiu.i have:,.fi't.d to take her down to Colon
under smil alone.
Ou,..> at Colon, work will b:l:,-,'us on the aal.
Their route to (attun rimu thri-'.ughr a swamp, whi.-h
has already lee. u ,arei of tr,-., aud sua-h :-ttuiup
an tenauin will Lepipulled lip the sttnlp-puller oa
th,- broaf. A casual 100 feet wide uni feet deep
will first 1-r di ,. from C.!:.'n to ( itaiil, in ordi-r to
give thi'- -nmil ,inimpiny wait-r ,o.riimmuiatio'u to
that pIint, and w-i n thit is :-oiMpl-te 1 the d'ed.?g-
ers will proceed t.i -- .uate, tlh -naini'.ng 5 feet
in widt!i. and \iill th:ii .ir,..l .- the? ciau.t l t,., the
requisit- depth .,f :E) f,,:t. This w.:,rk, it i, e,- ti-
mated, will I ,~ 1.F'.riii-1. n Iin one yvarcia! one.--h if.
At Gatuu therli i i .'.-isi.].-r' 1..I .1,.- tiinu of the
l lnd, ,nd is the dr,'..l-'-ra ,:. L. i I nd,-llo an teriial
mui'-l ov,:.r 12 f.ct .,ire th.- sw-fio. ,:,F the water,
v.-,,rki_ i.:n .re n .w Ue:"rt: I in liv.:lihug th- : groundl
on the line of tlihe ,a .a l s- that d,'id :ing aj b,-
puihi-d ahead.

T:,' f rI !i ,:r .AI.* LE ). T E 11 ,L'i -,iF .\s3sE:ibtLY.-
I have been ri-questeel by Ia itia:iiitr of p[rrsor
to 'o -f'ig t to ynr Hnl..i. ,ii! .H ..- thi :t -.)iLi take
tli.' f'.,I..win:r vi. :V w i-t.. ,.-.u-it.. ,uii n w '.n the
Bill i- l.ii' h for.: yoti.
1. W hi.:-.n ,n hl .u,'- .1 p: .-r. -'Nl hav. >be,:com
iLtarde Id-:re, an l ,i,,-./ .,d./ .t t, *nrii ,uiat r :.quir:-d
,4 ill l,-i\v L.:,:-n ri-i.-- .'i .' ', !, in shares of
tint lei. :'I:inu 5 c' -b a id in't more thin X2.',
t:. y ,hll in'.-t and fo" a r mn t --h-,: into a com-
p ,ny, -.y (l.-oting di-,.-tr:. I ,d tl, eti-er officers
r',iuir, ,. Thi,. j!mip rt i Ji.. il. thet.n ask your
-H ..co-'".bl.-,H, .'. to .- nt r.. t !.. i. ',i.1 .mp.n.y a
S ,a' i.-.r, and n .- ,.., p :_v ,ii:l i-.v'..n a n-1 b.e a
b- i ,-..rpo)rat,- 1.- tb: t vY. :. t i.. i ,,t o T j:.
CP' 'mi .,- p t.-. .am t.lip -*l.,. iriy." T 1i,- i '..-'!.I i liaT'
hook for rvgirti rii..r, e e i il' l ; rM- :, rii.ji, r.
& P' -. ...ul I t.o .), o nt th. Publi i I -B r u ll un"t til
the ,:lS. day of JTnly u*x, I"' .. ".- i'iv.- our Far-
Is rI, !,:.d Su ll a'r-1 n *:.i', ..i "tun i(y f it nv,--stiui .
.Sh ultd the r.:;ihed amniij t b ...n 'bt. iud at
that time, tho h.i'hnex- ri.: .ouild bi tabk,-n' up n. I
tl"- -,e ip.t ro -.it" p:' I: 'e. Or thea .f rri'- il
oif the ship at D. r*n-il :1; p',r.rti.-< vIautiu take oh-
utin ai'r,-s i.i:i 1 hl ,,p 1i.p l ,5 '.L ti -in- ;.., :.1d- iti-
:ouri 'p nes, .-t !l,.- bahlan.v .-.-ul.l 1, k.pt ,: i tihe-
.,hip and the pl.,...'eds :o t.:. the G ar n.:.l:l, ..
Thie al,.- ~i tIrain,?ri.nat, no oubt .vl, l b. -b tifw-
t.,rv to -iall e..- u-rned. As th,.- iuildii-a of the s. ip
T.h-e t, bLie p bid fr in .ill i4-tln.-a..-, it could be col-
l, ftei w ile iho w.-rk is l:.g4s. aig: it wVill u'..t
ther,:-i:,ce r iqiir- su-h a Ilig: iiiui-t ur tj be r',i-ld,
in thi firt pl e. If tlhe ,:-..np.ny is for'm:d on
t'.ii basis, we '::1 uot b..nn comp--l!d to take in
outsiders as shan'i,.lers.
All that is asked for is a Guarantee from the
C.-.uiitry of 6 per cent. per ',nu., on the cost of t!h,
ship, say .tX611,0,,, '-,ind1 2 per cent. per annum for
d,:pie'.i;tion ,of worth, f... the tbe I'Lu of 6 V'.at.S.
The above being ,'.nrri-J .ut would t1u.1 1 ; bene.


WORK ON T AAfit the whole country, and it i. nut likely that .,ur
WORK ON THIE PANAMA CANAL. c.-.a, pny will r.I.,.irc. ainy aid i',,:u the pablia ,';hst
A DREDGING-MACHInrE WHICH IS EXPECTED TO ACCOX- after the first year.
PLISH WONDERS. The (xp.:.ms'.s p.r mrinti. i.f ie .hip now shown
F,.-.: the San Francisco TB.-I',t7n. has bee-in ,ivn tby a vry r.-liibl.A and pra. ti:al
W,.:1: i>..u nhe Panama Ship Canal appears from Egiaer,'o b, who iBermudow a cth f eni-neof .f very
all ;. .,rt, t... 1-.: pushed forward with al th. ,eneigv li. *r it a aBermudan ;t ttot. tad h, company.
that circumstances v.ill p,.-rmit. Mu'h of th. w'rk Amount per month. t... .. ,S 0 0
already doe, .,,n-1 muI. h f the o ln.i,, i .._lvW Amount pother expemonth......se 10 0 0
expended, I. l.-.- ri.--',. ..-" -.., t.. .- 1 ,. W ar another expenses i.. 0 0
upon the canal proper. The first work upon the
canal proper will I.e begun in No-ri-'.r:. and Ibid ~ ) 0
inauguration, if it may be so termed, of an enter- N-' ii-c.lu,.dig ITteircest al,] Agency.
prise in which the whole world has a most lively G. 0. W ITN i'Y.
iuti-s wil l,:- ". a .- i .l -. ). ff r.:joi.'-ius to San O-.tober 14, 1882.
Francisco, ina.IuI-h a.S- San Franci-. :au" will do tho
work, and with machinery made by Sa'nFrau. i ic a n. "
H. B. S ti.,v.n, the druggist, M. A. Slaven, Lik The Grae of ord '....'- .4 a, ,;.. Edensor Church.
brother, end PI'. Hue.rno, all of this t5ty, sometime yard--T!,- Duke of Devonshire und his unselfish
ago secured the contract for ,r, .l iii.n seven miles of '' '"' "
the canal between Colon and Gatun. This contract ('Ext'.-.t fronim a lettr.)
calls for the excavation of 6,000,000 cubic m6trea MADnLoC BATH, Dnnrsurta,
of material, the amount received from whi.-h work ,,t. ',t i.. i, 1"-.
will be about '2Ai-.t,.,,:,ii. The contractors were "I stood to-day ''" .i t. .orl i,', 1-,i..k
1.b^..1 to secure the work by reason of their abili. Cavendish. l .. in tl.- l.n-.. r' "a
tyto supply a d -L;n-ni ,, Line that will work withinti. l, u., tn f -i.th.u-r C. h.-yar s
more ,-.i if ftl- .in1 more cheaply than any ,ti.er a stern .. ..... about his -o plat-w certh. There is i
that ,,1 l ,,,1 tnlt to the note of the canal a secluded part of I d, a t .hevisitor can
auth(,r:ii--. Th., i ,chine was invented in this .onlyfitnd i observing where o there person a :
city, and upon securing the contract Messrs. S..ive.u oi "nd gaze *ixe do wnhre other peru- i-i .*
and Huerne ,..,. an order to the Golden tltefi d ow ..7 -- "![- ,'I 11C
Iron-work for building one. That order h u.c thn sees only a cross and two w th- of flowers
Iron -works for building one.-"Thatorder ha. nw iti. .t.. th,:. _. n turf. These are bedded in moss
been filled and the machine is now being d. 'live red. -and .ntlv kept fresh lTse Iare h in Toss
The -.r r-:.- line is not art e riment. i',,lonu t nor nt n a re
there bi-g -at pr--.:ul one of the san,. kin, lAit I o, mentnor ... ..u, not aven a i.'- .l
t i, .The grave is unnamed,; and jlle
considerably smaller, in active operain at u a U i i r say that it will so remai th ..'-sVil
Island, in the Sacramento r-,:-. Thii. .:.. hiu, -)is V sor say thatit wi so remain. It is the
a,; n t e n..ling 900 cubic yar- per hour., nd .'u OI f Devonshire's intention, lam told, never to
n -i I t'i, hasdrl c-bd a canal 5Js miles 1o... t'iJi--: the spot by any of the usual means. But I
... i ..i, and 11 f r' i 'p. Such a machine % .vr marked or not, it will be for many years a
-t. f-. Iile and, II f' t .1p. Such a machine, pI. 1Y s-.. gilf..,r by tourists, yynswill So
but with almost double that t i..t ity, has just been 1 -i. ar by tourists, nd w:11 so
built here for use at C,,l.-1. The l1re.-h1g ma- '; T ; -. Themurdered _. '.. et"ry
chiery will be contained in a boat 0 f.e' t long, was a man beloved far and wide. All the Caven-
chinery will be contained in a boat '1 1 It- l ong, ,-.I ae D e es
50 feet wide, and 12 feet deep. Tl,. machinery it- the grand state p of- T.' 'pr-nt Dke keeps up
self is strong and massive, as well as complicated. ntegran state ot c i.,tsw-.rt ,I .re for the Public
The principle upon which h:- tI r..::. r is construct- Ie t t than .: .'I. I' -,"..i '-. 1 f-'
ed is that of a series of large buckets attached to months of the year upon it -- iv th h.. -ti
an endless chain The chain is composed of links thea r e is at home or not,
of solid iron about 4 f:ct lui, :and a inches wide, i 1. i no restraint upon th ... .... '. -'i'. ."Ity
to every alternate one of ,whici, bucket cutilduin .g ro ",'-us. T.ho desire to ..xl,,re his ),,l-. abu
one and one-half cubic yards is bolted. This line hri un,..s. T ,y are free to, drive and walk about
contains 38 buckets, and extends from a tower 5ti part of ite p-rk of 3,000 acres-whichis a small
fe,-t ht;.h rn, ... 1,t- centre of the boat down thru;h ,part o ncls vat p:' .... oiot. When I visited ths
a -;r-. -.t running from the bow many f,-t to- 1 ..c -ricket, -'. football matches were
ward the stern. The line of buckets, with its end- t"i- on in an immense tract set apart for such
less chain, passes over a tumbler, or revolving sports. Parti,.- as th.-r drive up to the house are
cylinder, at the top of the tower, and over another .tinltl' taken in t.lttr-e by intelligent servitors
beneath and in front of the bow of the boat. This in ,'-ep rtl,,ltiu an,1 ,.d.ti.:utly shown through
latter tumbler is so supplied with r-iur, working .rooms ull of art treasures, and hothouses and gar-
from a derrick, that it can be raised or lowered at 1. .iti ",with the spoils of the floral world. And
will, thus J1.ing the depth of the cut greater or ot C- oul .hhir.e. Such thoughtful kiundnss is
less. i" l... ot ..-d ai ,Ith..-.,i li,,:,.ir. of repub.
It is capable of making a cut about 35 feet below n:A .1 y trily yours, J.
the water. In order to out from one side of the
canal, to the other the boat itself is made to swing THE ARRACOACHA ESCI'LENTA OF JAM -
on a pivot at the stern. The pivot consists of a ICA.
large post p.ar,,. thru,ugh the boat and driven The Rev. Joseph Meyer writes in the Planter's
into the mud beneath. On this the boat is swung Gazette for J.mue I -t, in very high terms of an es-
from side to side, and when a new cut is to be culent tuber, known in the vernacular of the West
made it is raised, the boat is moved forward, and Indies as arracacha. He says it requires no water,
it is again driven into the mud. The earth that is it flourishes equally well in dry and wet seasons
excavated is carried by t.- 1!.u :. t to the tower 60 it gives a much _'.,-- yil,1 than the ordin'rry po.
feet above the deck, where it is emptied into a tato. Many people in Jamaica, even among the
chopper leading to a 36-inch pipe. This pipe ex- 1.,.-k-, prefer it to th- -i., potato. Noinse-.t,
tenad from the tower across thebank of the canal, no blight, nothing seems to interfere with its
and is over 150 feet in length. All the excavated .,- as)i. and he believe- thi.t. it ,- -. a r.-il i--roduc-
material is thus dumped al.ow* the sides of the tion into India would L-f.. f...t.I- in .tkm g of our
canal, servingto make thn.higl0.-r where, nturally prvtlI.P nearly famine proof." From one plant,
low. The material can also be carried over b:, s whbi O--, to perfection in about a year's time
4r, fi' t hi'h md dumped far away from the can-l. :aftvtr rnt,. ->Lg what you require for the table, you
To run all the heavy and complicated machinery can get enough eyes and suckers to plaut nearly
that -will be contained on the boat four or five dif-- half a rood.
ferent engines are required. [Would it not be advisable for our farm-
The cost of excavating is less than 1 cent per ers in Bermuda to import from Jamaica some of
ubic yard, and the capacity of the dredger is about this esculent to test its qualities in our soil and
15,000 cubic yards per day. As has been stated climate. It ist seems, like the potato, of South
before, the machinery for one dredger has dheidy American origin.]--Ed. R G
been built, and last week a .iitrti'.t wat signed fr ____________________
two more, making three in a.lI. I'his part of the '.- '--. .. -
worwk will cost $150,000. The boats are being built pIANOS and Organs sold on the Instalment
4t Port Richmond, on the Delaware River, and the Plan at E. T. Child's.
machinery, which is made here, has to be sent over- -----------....--__
land to that point and there set up. This is neces. i Mo
sary, for ( ,lon is on the A ll*tu t it side of the Isth- IEA J I MONEY.
mus, and th- boats, which must be towed down, 11HILD can suIpjly you with a reliable Clock
have therefore to be built on the Atlantic coast. from 8/ to 6. All Warranted.


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