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: VID00097
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No.13-Vol. LV. STd'ffl SUPr nV146S -A-NM-QUA~S. Z4S. perAn


I~aa~loa, Prnefdit aesdayj, Octobera' 4, 1882.


Proceedings oft orable Legislative
Tuesday, 171h Oqpa'16ib82.-Pursuant to ad,.
oiurnment ilthe Honk il


The


Undersigned have jistt re-t
1- # 1_ ;.A. / 1 .1 1 i '


.ie Latest Styles,

The Largest Stock,


l, _se .. ......... tfAUU -,4W ceived by ithle .teamer innoeo and the riS, *'
Prstert-His Honor "J' ah Rees, Chief Justice, G. F. Pey, i ur" from London, I\l POI TED
The Honorable Wm.H.Gosling, A Large and crnelully selected assortment of,
Eugenius hlarvey, New and Fashionable
Josephl11. Harrey, en .- a
James 'Pucker, Recr.Genl., W
G." S. T'1ucker, ; ;M 4a % In tL. T on tfoi
S Cavendi.h Boyle, Col. Secy.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 20th instar it 1Which will be ready for Inspfection on AMON. O EI-OATINGS,
11-80 a.m. DAY NEX T, the lIht instant. SUITINGS, and
I Great care and pains have hben taken by a TROWSERINGS
'3EgL^MU A. Ni' Mimber of our Firm in purchasing these Go,od!s i'-
---- in the London market, aid they \\ill be fwind, J. M M cNEIL & CO.
Abstract of ths .Proeeednags of the ffonorable on examination to lie really good and fashion- 'I'HI T
S .House of AsseJmly. able. 'HE TAILORS,,
In connection *with the Businees they now 64 Front Street, 65
Wednesday, 18tA October.-Mr. Dill presented a have h t i Ij
Petition from Win. H. Green, a Constable prayingY and DRES I TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
to be remunerated for his attendance and services 1LLIAERY and DRESS- 1 TAILORING- DEPARTMEN.
at an Inquiry relating to the Britiai Barque JJ/1 K1.A 1 EsIblibshmens, i Fall and \Wi2nter Stock
"Stella," in July, 1S76, for reasons stated, in t he )C Jotih. DltkliimenlS,
Petition, each conducted by Persons oJ.good ta-t, a nd in Dro,1 Cloth. Doe Skin
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell laid before the Houge a LiAt every way copetletilt iniire -'iti'tio' n fl FRENCH CASSIMERE.
of Accounts pa-sr.d Ly the Committee on Quarterly their respective deparuiients. it A
coun to0h Sep., 1882.theorder J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SONS. i Tweeds, Tweeds, Tweeds
Ordered, on motion of Mr. Cooper, that the order
for the 2nd reading of the "Bermuda Steamship 10th October, 1882.-.-" o, o ,, z M M
bill" he d;iebarged and it be set down as the 2nd ,-
order for the next meeting. P rar no-sC ( hristmaias iand In llit's f One Pattern each.o
The Attorney Generail introduced a Resolve pro-S i Particuladly call the attention r' the Public
Nonsuch, which was read a first time. rios designs.
The Bill relating to certain Treasury Liabilities, 1882. i GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
was again committed. N
Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair. C d Gents Hoe Silk Lisle Thread
TheAtt .rnry General moved a Clause (No.4.) Call aud See Ltnliis Wu il
The Attorey Ge.nual moved an addition to that PRANGS PRIZE CHRISTMAS Merino and Cotton in Cloced, Unbleached,
Clause:-Provided that if v.hen the moneys men- PI ,in and St i ed
tioned in the s.ld Sc'.iedule C or any of them shall CA .1)S, P inl *- T
be required within the said term of two years there NOW on Exhibition, NECK TIES.
shall be in the opinion of the Goveinor In Council At the Sore of E BELL Silk Satin Linen and Cotton
sufficient loney in tLe Public Treasury available Atthe Store oif E. BBELL, d. Silk antiS hiuBtaded
for such service, it shall be lawful for and the duty ol Agent for Bermuda. doors a lae White and Black
of the Receiver Ueneral toTrovide for such services 5, 7, 9 Church St., West, Hamilton. Iinen and Cotton er s Ebroider
as far as there shall be money available for ibe pur- n "1 n and Cotton HanlkerAif, mbroider-
pose6out of such available money in the. Pulliu, ALSO, t ed and IT'emined-Stitel.
Tr.asui without irsuing Debentures-which was i n 165 ,Tourist," Lawu Teunis, iCri.ket,"
affirmed.- Bis. Choice Family FLOU i", C11e;.p "-Oxford," R-gatta. Oscar Wilde."
Ayes 22. Nays 2. for Ca I TS in White, Striped and assorted
The Clause as amended was affirmed. Colors (perfect fitting.)
Ayes 18-Mes-ir. Speaker,N J Darr-ll, TN Dill, E BELL. .Wt e Dre Ct
R ) Fraier. \V J Fritll, A J Flitb, J Fowle, S B October 16. 188-2.-3pd 11G8 e W hite i ess ht
Gray, H H Uilbe it. J MAl iayn ard. WV [ 1 Hughe,
A J Hodeil~., T VW Mor.:, A M Oud ney, W TN f th S Bosom 3. Ply. Lin-ue
Peniston, J N.Smith, T FJ Tucker, T J \Vadson. ES 101 6 e b011. i ;
Na3R8-6lessrs.F MCooper, R J P )arrell, W .
S Masters, T A Outerbridge, SC Outerbridge,JW. W UT3RGTU NYi 1 as '
Pearman, K l ni-s, W H Wilkinson, rU pailg, i i
I'he Attorney General moved a Clause as No. 5oW 5 .
which was agreed to. C Ci \.l I' AGN',.-M1et & Chaindon's Extra Dr L
'1 he Atitirr.e-y- General moved Clause No. 6 will th rut
an amend' inat, which was agreed to. Vouvray S ,
Clauses No. 7 and 8 agreed to. Saumur
The Attorney General moved "Schedule A."' i St Per
Mr. Wilkinson moved that the words g" for Celock: .
Tower Sessions House," be struck out of that, CHA.BI. .. 'puwe o smosog o li mnouu
Schedule--which was affirmed, CLAREL I -- lot 1o 1 o 1 11 s hou *f or R
Ayes 12. Nays 9. .Margaux [, same huse fo Rilardisn's 2200) 'Fine Linen and I
The Attorney General moved "Schedule B"- Extra. 33 successive years. Utica Non-Pareil MUSLIN
which was agreed to. OCK-(Still) Bodenheim Hats Caps Lawn Tennis Caps in Hard
The Attorney General moved "Schedule C." Liebfraumilch. and Soft Felt
The Aatorni_- General moved to add thereto the L QTUFI-UR. i-Marahinn, Cardigan Jackets Ready Made Tweed
words "for Clock Tower Sessions House"--whichb rhiii t s ui
was agreed to. Btrionno Pants Suits
The Bouseresumed. L urii''I Rubber Coats and Legg' ings
The Chairman reported the Bill with amend- Crnm de Cocoa Scarf Pius Overhauls
meuts and it was adopied by the House and order- Cherry Cordial. Shirt Studs CutH Buttons
ed to be engrossed. MARSALA. Shirt tu Cu Buttous
The Bill -rntitle-1 "An Act lor the better se- PORT-Very old horiied Hair Brushes Collars Buttons
uority of the Propt it1 of PalI neTs and other joint From thetwood Shawl Straps Com)bs
beneficial Owners," was read a second time and a 'I'arr', Loa. Feather Dusters Whisp Brooms
committed. SAUTERN Umbrellas
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair, a i
.The House resumed. C SHELRY--Aontillado, .1anzailla, MonaCl o and Hat 1BRUSHES
Thes lnBirman reported the Bill without amend BottledSO & LE- ul-,o brand. ENTS UNDERWEA,
m n',and it was adopted...BottledSTOUT & ALE-lluhlo- brand. 10ENTS INI R
The rule regarding the passage of Bills being APOLLINARIS Naitiurl ,inieral Water. Merino, Lambs Wool and Cotton
suspended, the .aid bill was lead .a third time and iL'lii ZNi. And many other Articles suitable for Gents
passed autt ordered tobe laid before HisExcellency l .ii-li i '. S & BACON, Toilet, too numerous to mntiiion.
the Governor. Stilton, Cli,,.ddar & Wiltshire CHEBESE, Li Hi'o v an i
The Resolve proi,,, for repairs of Buys and ,.,,iresded E A-- Breakfast & Drawing room.' "
Beacons-was read a second time and coniuritieul. i P r t ra n ery t
Mr. W. J. Pearman in the Chair. a GOSLING BROS., i Silk Lisle Thread Lambs Wool
The Attorney UGeneral moved-an amendment Hamilon d & St. Georges, Mcrino and Cotton in White Unblleached
thereto, which was agreed to. October 9,1882. Plain, Colors Fancy, Clocked, striped
The House resumed and adopted the Resolve and" Half and Half.",,
as amended and it was ordered to be elrgro-sld.
Mr. Wilkinson Introduced a Bill to amend thl ALSO,
Act to prevent danger from Lbe as.rage ot danger-
ous commodities-which was read a first time. An azsortilent of LADIES WEAR
Adjourned to Wednesday the 1st Nov,-*r r suitable for the present an.i comingg season.
next. : White and Unbleached COO ruN.S :jI inches
PT LIFE INTO YOUR WORK, wide, 31d., 4d., -,., 6d., 7d., Id., 9d., per
A young man's interest and duty both indicate Double Width Sheeting White and Tubleached i
that he should make himself indispensable to his Ber.uda Hunt aces Piulow Case MuWtlin S 4 wide, I per yard.
employers. He should be so industrious, prompt, Bermuda Hunt Races Pillow Case sin -4 wide, / per yard.
and careful, that the accident of his temporary 1882. .
absence should be noticed by his being missed.A Fall and Winter Prints. |
young man should make his employer his ieud, deirous of erectin Dress Pattern and by the Yard 3d., 4d., 5d., i
by doing faithfully and minutely all that is en. P R NulrjiXk'Ul o (per ydOUS 01 Oj.t Clors
trusted to him. It is a great mistake to beover- BOOTHS, &c., at Shelly Bay on the per yard. ast Colors
nice and fastidious about work. Pitch in readily, day of the coming Race Meeting, must apply -
and your willingness will be appreciated, while the in writing to THE HONORARY SECRETARY; QuiltS, B'l:likets and Counterpanes
"high-toned" young man who quibble about those applying first will have prior choice of White and Assorted' Colors in Wooleu and
what sand wh isdo. h s acer oo, get available Ground. The Ground will be allot- Cotton.
Washington once helped to -roll a log that one of ed to those who have sent in applications at ---
his corporals would not handle, and the greatest .40 .m. MONDAY November 13th Notions iu Great Variety.
Emperor of Russia worked with a- shipwright in A h.y AY Core. ,
England-to learn the bu-iness. That's just what At Shelly Bay Race Course. BUTTONS, HAIR PINS, NEEDLES,
you want to do. Be energetic, look and act with No Public Stands from which Spectators can THREAD, BELTS, BUCKLES,
alacrity, take an interest in your employer's suc- view the Races, except those belonging to the And Articles pertaining to that Department.
cess, work as though the bubiu~s w.its your cwn, Bermuda Hunt Club, will be allowed to be White Goods a Specialty.
and let your employer kuuw that he may plae ab- played on any part of the Ground near the T t rash onal r "
solute reliance on your word and on your act. Be Race course. Tomels Crash Lonsdale Cambri
mindful; have your mind to your business, be- achieTe Cambre i
cause it is that which is going to help you, not W. 0. HUSSEY, A D.O., i s' se, c.
those outside attractions wLich sumeof the "boys" Hon. Sec. B. H. 0 And a General Assortment of
are thinking about. Take pleasure 'in work; d.: Oct. 12, 1882.
not go about in a listless, formal manner, but nu, l
alacrity and cheerfulness, and remember th:-t whilo Sf'Q m9
workiugthus for others you are laying theo fuuda- QILVER Watch-s from 60/ to 7. Gold P e
tion of your own success in life.-Christian at t Watches from 5 to .20, at Child's. All "'ntplete.
Work. ; Warranted. Hamilton, October 10, 1884.


iMarshal' s


Sale.


Special Mail


Service.


TO BE SOLD, TENDERIS are invited for the
// P /c Ai /n conveyance of Foreign Mails from HA-
y Public A ionTON to MNROV BAY.
Upon the Premises in SANDY'S PARISFI Tenders will be received up to I P.M. on
At 12 o'Ilock, S4 TURD A Ythe 4itho/. ovwmber.
W NAiDormaY of tender alnd any further informs.
OUn W AEDNESDAYI, liou be obtaind on apfiihation at thu
T.,e ltf day of November now next ensuing, Officie, or at the Sub Po-t Othee at Mangrove
The 1st.day ofNenuing, Bay.


Under and by virtue of sundry Writs of Exe-
cution issued from the Court of General
Assize against CHARLESr HENRY
HZWLETT,
The following Personal Effects, Viat.:-


AUBREY G. BUTTERFIELD,
Colonial Poihaautgr.
Colonial Post Offite,
14th October, 1 2.


N INE Tea KETTLES,
Ten SAUCEPANS,
1 Set scales and Weights, 5 Wash Tubs, SALE OF SOLDIERS'
7 4lb. Tins of Blk. PAINT, L O OL IR
155 Cakes White Lead, j7 Packages Hops, ( gL O N G.
I Bux Clothes Pins, j Box -ODA, O _- 1 1 N
2 Parkage:3, 10 Baking Paln,
4 Glass Bottles, Tin Mustard, r THE SENIOR (-O. MIISSRAI AT
S Bottles Castor OIL, 3 Tins >ea Foam, OFFICER, BER1MUDA, %ill receive
2 Tins MA. CARONI, Te .nders. in duplicate, up to noon on the
4 41b. Tins Blk. PAINT, 2 5lb. Ditto,' -1-8
2 Ditto, Ditto, ,, 21b. Ditto, 25th October 1882,
12 2lb. Tin, 9 1lb. Tims DRIil'RS, Fonm Persion, l.dou of Purchasiug all Old
4 lib. Tins UMiHER, 11; Bottles Allspice, .i .
I Wabshbards, .0 lbs. Iion '.11I., IMilitai'y Clotu1H Boots
1 Cheese SAFEi, i Lot Laip Wicks, of Troops i Bermud, for on yr,
2I Balle Ts ne, S7 Burn:r, & ., of T oPs in Bermuda, for one year,
3 PaBkages 'oi.pper N 'L. Drs, INK from Ist December, 18.2.
i Boc Iron pouns, '7 .latcI Blank form of Tender showing probaIble
o Iron7t rusl, Box late ,wder, qu:titie s can be oibtain-d (in application to
a Ptmt rus.i l, Boxa int de the E.Pnwde Oir, N.,E : O I-.L'ERP, 1atil-
STea ', arts, I '1'ue% Glass, 2 Li.u p h ll 'ii. Bermt uda.
I Box Lamp 'hade, 1 Case Window Glass, 'Tenders to be marked outside Tenders for
2 WooiT-n Horse-s purchase of Old Clothing."
I3 ILLIA.RtD TABLE, Balls The SENIORR C'OMMISSRLrT OFFICEs doe.
.A- and (.'Cu, not bind himiut-lf to accept the lowest or any
SCLOCK, 2 SOFAS,
I Round TABLE, J CHAIRS, I T. B. STEWART,
I Washatand, PICUE A.C.G.,'
1 Looking GLA ':-.. Senior Commissariat Officer.


Hamilton, Bermuda, October 8, 1882. -3
C(ololial Scretaryh s Office,
16th October, 1882.


T HE following ACT.- Lave been paumd by the
-ti- L.,tarjnA-paa Or BmixuL during- the. pwsgat

No. 29'.--"AnAct to amendthe Jurors Act 181."
S Tu fori.- :urinLg the c.'ntinuanmc of the
~ Jur.:.:;-'is A t. I 'l. :
"No. 21.-" An Act relating to the Office of Colo.
I ial S':-retary."
(In force indefinitely.)
'No. 22.-" An lAct to incorporate the Berkelry
Educati...nal S.:.:ety."
tin for-,:c indefiiiitely.)
or N). 2S.-" An Ai.t to ameni the Liquor license
Act l850."
(In force to 31st December, I.S85.)
No. 24.-"An Act to (ontinue the subsidygranted
., \'by The New York Ste.m CouianidstUon Act,
1877."


(lu force till 31st Decemtuber, 1886.)
B-v -i. f l '-n C U.1 5U


Octuber 15, lim .

H i. Slli- PrIi. :i
Has Just Received fi-o
H, L JF.X,
\l'r Schooner EL. I .,.in i,"
TIQBS BSBUJ' EIn',
Kits SALIMO"',
Kits Cod -OUNiS '& i'0t'.ij..-',
'Prince i>1w'ind island a1 k OAT'S,


, &., k-c., &c.
The above will be Sold by /N h,'es 'le
Ictsil.
J. S. B. COX,
"r .;.,' "l, .i I'a m itl
< i,,.'usii c ,.r i.,alI ilall
October 17, 18832.-twice
.. .. -... .... .. 7 :.. ... .. .. .. ..< ". ..


Fireworks! Fireworks!H! CAVENDISH BOYLE,
3 Colounil Secretary.
THE SUB SCRIBER HE assortment of Silver Jewelry, consisting
gas now open for Sale a large assortment of Brooches and Ear Rings, Bracelets
of English and Cooley ltaugles, Lockets, Nick-
W els, Studs, 'leeve Buttons, and Vest Chains,
W &c., at Child's. Was never more complete.
-- m For Sale,
Also, CHINESE FIRECRACKERS, 1 t BARRELS Early Rose PO.
By Box or Pack. Ld, -- T'ATOES-specially select-
Low Cash Prices. Price Lists on applica- ed for Seed, '
tion. 200 Barrels Best Table POTATOES
H. A. G A N'pAM, 150 Barrels Fish GUANO
1 -50 Bags Southern FERTILIZER
46 and 47 Front Street, Anud a few Bottles of ONION SEED which
Hamilton, Bermuda. will be sold from this date at 4, per bot.
October 16, 1882.-3 ins tle to Cash Customers.

Strawberry Plants., Second Hand BUOGGE rn :
1 New Open CARRIAGE
N 'the arrival of ncxt Halifax oth will be sold Cheap to close a Consign-
Ae m arrival of next _Hall i fa ment.
,taii'-r,due on *-7.i iistant, w ill re- T
ievoa C;l(C` LOT of .TiWRTINHERY AL T INGL .
PLANTS adapted to our Cli.ate. St. George's, October 4, 1r8i2.
All Par:ies lav';g ordered Plants from the '
Und.rsigned, witl p!eA.e call f..r the same with- Lon' Island ireWerV
in -18 hnii t uttIe lhei r arrival, as they will be at al
heir risk. P T
P.S. -Av Per.so, who has a.t ordered an1d l ALE wAN 9, T
wish to obii'n I'l n; can be supplied, by for- i
wvdsri,,g their Orders at an early date to A Fresh Supply recently receiv-
I. 0 rWeITJva E, 367 s ud from the above Brewery in Casks of
Gy. 0 W11lsJVEF7 36 Galons Each.
23 ror i 'Qtr. c'-Upmtairs R.B:er Shos as well as Canteens can be fur.
O.'tober 16, 1882, nished the above at a low figureby .
THEOS. J. LIGH'TBOURN,
NE .T GOODS. A ,
Front Street, Hamilton.
Octd. 2n. WaH2.
[ r-ceived from LONDON via N. 2
'YORK, FU: .. ... F -AL.


A Choice Selection


AF ille


Suitings & Trowserings. I i I h V ) W,
Please call and examine. 6 M,'ths in Calf. When in f'l 'ill' .ives 11
U. L.T DICKINSON. quailspe, day.
L. DICKINSON. Apply at.'rleA or .. n! aztt, Office."
Oct. 9th, 8.2-3* O.tober 10, 1882.


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Hamilton, October 24., 1SSJ.

)E II 3 V. D A.

Proceedings o Ihe ilonorable Legiil-tia e
.. Council.
FridaY, 201h October, 1882.-PursouAut to ad.
jourumatut the Houee mrt. .
Present-ilis Honor Josiah Rees, Chiet J3stice.
President;
The Honorable Win, H Gosling,
SEugereius Harvey,
Joseph I. 11 lley,
64 James Tucker, Recr. CGii.,
... 1B lr, Col. Secy.
,The Honble E. lhai r(senteil a Petition from
W"m. H1. Green, A Ln -'tjl., pi'a.ing f-.r compen-
eation for his setr it i aht to. 1 .4uiry i..; to1
the Briti'h l aique .Sielin," in .Jul", !.'7, ;, 1.i tea-
s flo4 ithb reu ILtatLed.
S Ordeled, LUL thtd Ilouste o it? r il;g, do adjoui a
ti this d(lay lotuiigsht.
Adjourned to F ilI the 38f NA t 'r next
.. tAll'30 a.m. > '

,.CUS.. M Ht.USE-A1l1MiLT ,. ,,

October 17- Sw i-.-hi. 1 k hii.t.t, W u!'r. C-'.I i ;
patiut fi. f. r IL. .. (-over.ent. G
C- LEAKED.
Octu'.e I -6,.i.,r. Ma D ., 1) ,P ug-..., )i., iu;
6utub' .0. io'n an d Uld nlet Il.
T. If. A. Pat, Hulhl henece .,t Digby, N.S,, on
the 6th instant.
P ,e PASsiLNOErs. -
S Per Mail St.,:iarer' Orinoco,." vyet. -ri.vy, from
New York:-Colonel F. E Cox, C. R. E., Mri

Mrs.' C. '. Ke-.n.-, Mr.. and Mr. C. fH. l; .. ,
Mr. and Ms H. H. inient, Mrs. and. Mrs. RI. L.
Brownf Mr. and" M C. A. N-lsoun Lu.1 Tufi Lt,
Mr. Aud Mir.d .H. t,...l..in.-, and Infant, Mrs. H.
G. Hunt, Misses F. and A. Hunt, Mrs. F. Zill,
,i Miss Zuill" Mi,- Robiuson, Mi.s IIornby, :' ,.-It .
Tu,.-k.-r, Dy.-.Surg_-..u T--nl. Ob.liy, P. M. O., Dy.
Coyuv. G-tl1. C. Ralph, MtAi-r-.. iR. A. Johnson, W.
J." *:' -. K,-ir...., F. Oat,-rbridge, Ch'!.i,. D. Guyer, J. J,
Moore, H. P Whitney, :iu..l Jtu J. Plummer.
2ND GCA.N, .Miss R. Browne, Miss A. Bean,
hard H-t-ertoun-, S.er-.'. Dobing, Joseph White-
.:truip, .aid J,,hu \\il;.:h.n
t', lho .c hr, /.,I.,,, fur B uig...i :. Messrs. E. W
2 Co pij. h. Ito..,jr aud B. W. Walker, Jr. '"
H. M. hips F,irie and Ib,., hence at 11H lf.x,
the fori mer ou the ;Ith iand the later ou th, trl .lh
instant.
H.. t.S. liau:ara is expected to leave England
at the end ct OCt...br (r b ginning of Nover.aibr
en r6ute for H-::liix aud P.cinmuda.
S; -M. Steamer Alh, ,.keuv- at- Halifax 14th
instant.
R-,yvl Mail Steamer Alpha" from IHialifax
with tl,- Eagli-,h Mail of thfl 12th instant, may be
expetUed on Thursday next.
Brigt. Lri.-,,.*, Captain Mayor, hence at Port
Hawkbbury, C.B., on 16th instant-all well.
THIE"'ORINOCO" IN A CYLONE.
THE "OINOCoo" TOSSED ABOUT IN A FURioUs GALE.
The British Steamer Orinoco, of the Quebec and
.Gulf Ports Stearrmsiip Line, arrived at her dock
at the foot of Chl itopher street, North River, this
morning. The Qaptain reports thit he sailed from
Bermuda for this city la-t Thursday. On Saturday
the Orin,.. en..-ouitv-ied the tail of a cyclone. A
gale from the north-west. blew with unusual fury,
making the vessel quiver from stem to stern; light-
ning hnabed %ivilly across the turbulent waters,
squall. were frequent, and the ruin came down in
torrentts. Thte ;ky was gray and overcast ; a red
glare was seen in the.eastern horizon. The storm
lasted" until late Stnru~day-night.-New York paper,
October 15.

RAINFALL OF 'QUATI'RTR ENDEI) 30th
,.. .. FEPTELHL R. 1882.


JULY.


1 4 0-01
-. -t 2 000
8 a 0-86
4 0-00
6 =' 0-00
6 : ( t-0OLi
7 :., 1-48
8. :- 1-12
910 "
10 .:;. 0-09
.-..1.1:1 ,. 00o
12 0'0,
13.. : 000
14 '0 0-00



16 0-00



22 2 043
1-7 ? -73


2-8 0*00


29 -2 00)
80 0-0
To al... 04
Total...674


v 10

1 0-00
"2 -- 0-'l

4 .: 2-18
'6 7 .0-03
6 0-22
7 t. 0-00
8 ; 0-07
9 0-12
10 0-04
11 0-04
12 01.0
183 1-02
'14: 0-Uu
o0 0
16 Q.O

1.8 i 0-10
19 0.00
21) 0.07
22 0-00
2-3 0o-00
24 o 0-02
2 0-00
" ;'i 0-00
26 0-00
27 U"-01l
.'s .1; l 1i1.1


31 c -u0

Total...6-04


SEPTrMBER,.
1 **" 001
2 .A 0-00
:8 d 0 00
4 eSi 0-00
5 1 .0,00
6 0 '19*
7 : 0-00
8 : 0-00
9 :: 0-87
W0 000
11 .
12 oI-
18 2 0-46
14 0-'06
15 0- 0;
16 0,01
'17 ". 0-00

19 '000
120 0-00
21 0 O00'
22 0.01
23 3 / 0'42
24 '. 0;12 -
25 = 1-12
"6 A 2 60
'7 0-49

20, 20 0.28
80 o 0-00

T'lotal...6-4


Th, Eml.ress Eugnie, .is reported to have pur.
- aeil fro-m-Baron von Herziuger for $300,000 the
i; -. P... -l parif Wfr,'s bergi, in Styiia. She is
S!de-ILrcd to -e ;,t all delighted with her new
rfidit-n.e ieer FnTriroi.gh, in England, fur T bkh
a lrjcr sam w p, d, a ,i with has regenitly re-
ceivel an adi.i,u -.,of no fewer than IS roorns., r.
Lab..t'-. re tSays it i no. secrt in Englar,.l that
iht' .-ni coed tli n curon.try in.high dudgeon at, thu
attteitk u which was shown to Cetywayo."


LAW REPORT.

COURT OF GENERAL ASSIZE.--MICHAEL.
MAS TERM, lS.s2.
iEr'xr..i --Tu the r:-1port int our '.-st i-sue of the
Icase of Robert. Ba;i.:.-tr Nash an error occured
wi.-.hi Is-ndl to miuidieriitaosliunr i' not coir-,.te,.
In tli-: p..ition ,f the i ,-,i t r,-feriiui to the At-
ti ne-y (Genii-ral' pt.-po1'iu,., to .ev trail one of the
wirrtn -:s fr the 'Ci.wni by his dl-posi ,in b,-fore the
mtci-.ra;ec we stated that thi-c thief Ju-,ni--- sti' IT
,.:.i..b- for- the present that voni cannot contra-
dict a *. it-:-s byhisi .1,p:,-iti'-.n. What His Hon-
or a:.-lt-liv ,. Id we. that in ua criminal case a party
cannot contradict his own witness by Li.. ,eporsition,
so that the definite article Ih.:iuld be sUibstittrd f1'r.
the indefinate.
The Crivil Ses.-ions o f the Court of Assize com-
i eniied : yesterday the case of Young vs. Cooper
occupied the Court till a late hour. When it was
Sadjoiurnied to this Tue:-day morniug at 10 o',-l:.l


The will (dated June 14, 1881), -x'ith a codicil
date Dec. 2 followim,,-), of Sir Robert Michael
Laffan, R.E., K.C.M.G., Governor aud Conimand-
er.in -Clhitf, Bermuda, who died on March 22 last,
iWUs prov-red in .Lundou, on the lot. August, by Dame
Emuia Laftan, tah, uidow aud sole executlix, the
personal estate exceeding !'-2,0'0, The testator
gives 2000 to his son. Robert Stuart do Couroy.


From Europe and tlie United States.
The Mail Steamship i ,.in,..,, Captain Fraser, ar-
rin.d ye.-terday morning from New York ; which
plaoe she left on the afternoon of Thurs.day la.-t.
We are indel.,ted to Cal,,tain Fraser, Mr. Purser
Dupont an.l lther friends for New York papers of
thie 1th instant.
The 0,',...., when about t.) round tLte bank on
the S'outhern approach to Timlin'i. Narrow at
7.1 ia.mi., yesterday morning, took ground on a
-aindy batik on the Gr.:naway' s deep -ide. The
vessel is unhurt and we-c.iped damage except as to
her delay a few hours.
-omie sluiihnies- in, her stee iug gear on this
o.,-.arijn, i., thought by the Master, to have caused
tthe mislidp and c-xhouirat:sr the Pilot from blamo
ia this instance.

One new case of yellow fever is reported from
Brown-ville, Tex., :;nd fifty-six frn:.in Penus.I.ola.
At St. Louiis, Mo., Colonel tC.sCkerill, who fatally
shot Colonel Slayback, wa- liberated on furnishing
bail to) the amount of $1l,,11,11. He i'i charged
with murder in the second degree.

THE IRISH NATIONAL CONFERENCE.-
THE Pr-o,:nA.Mal6 Aror'r,-Ac'.''tr or' LAND
S :.> LEAGUE EXPENDITUI.Ifer
S- DuBMLn, Octobler 17.


and the residue of his property to his wife. The Irish National Conference opened here to'
day. Mr. Parnell presides. A letter was read
from Mr. Egan, dated Paris, tendering his resigna-
THE SEHREANrSA.MATEUB DEAMATIC OLU, R.I.R.- tion as ttea.ur-er of tlie L.Itd League and giving a
-We are ifiorimned the reason this Club did not statement of the fund of the Leagmue. The report-
perform on Ti .-Jday last. as announced, wai .:win: shows that a total of .t:'t4,2" sterling has passed
to a lightt a.'s ssll:ut whi-hI happened to Set .'t.-Bnit-- through his hands. Of thi. sum there was dis-
ler W. F. Clit-eeiTin. It seems that 0:1 hi 4- lai-Vi bursed: Ina relieving distress in 1879 and 1880,
the Theatre by the stage door, at the conclusion of 50,000; in -the defense at the t.i. trials, over
the performance on Munly night, he sprained his 15,000, and in expenditures through the general
left f..,-,t, which n.-e.itat. his removal to thli St:- Land League and the Ladits' League, 148,000,
tion Hospital, where he is still; but we are plenied leaving a balance of nearly 352,000.
t.. i.II i i. s- -..-riu. Itpidily fi:.ru tie injury. W..- Mr. Egaun -.p.ities the purposes to which the
ui.li,_k :il lt_.:, iue drumiia.ti. pie,-:es, &,.., wli. h 14S,000J expended through the general Land
met with so.much ar.'pil.imL.- 1.,y ,uniper li.i-, i:.u League and the Ladies' League were applied, as
the u;-_-1it of the 14th .nud l't,, ill b. r:tpeat.-l follows: The support of evicted tenants, the
two nightsmore, as -onuu ,am. the- '.r.'.-a-nt-Bu-'ltJ-r erection of LandLeague huts, thepaymeut of law
is convalescent; duii.: .i:. ti-. wf hi. will Ii .i au- costs and the general expenses of the organization.
nouaced in the Ga:.Ite. Numbers of letters and telegrams from America,
approving the movement, were read. Letters wero
We have authority for saying' that the ,,.sler also received Iro:im several Catholic Bkihops, apolo-
for the iIth and 20th Companies lI-yal Enin.:es gizing for their abenuce, and expres-sing confidence
to proceed home has been canu.:--Iled. in the leaders of the movement.
S'. Parnell then submitted the programme of the
A:,'.rti-r Coa-"i may be seen at about 4 o'clock conference and reviewed its proposals. He said
of a clear morning, a fe-wv degrees South of the thu Irish party required 85 to 90 members in Par-
large confet, which is snill viable to earlT liamt.ntr, but they c.,ould not hope for this nutil the
risers, but in a more Southerly direction than when franchise was placed on the basis of household
firxt ,ilserved and in a much higher pusitiou in the suffrage. In relation to the assertion of the Eng.
heavens. lish papers with regard to their alleged diff.-'renues
with their kindred in America, Mr. Paruell denied
Lt. Mi.lhnias-s Royal Eugiueers, pioc-.eded to that there had bien any diutaiion from that quar.
,Boaz on the 13th inst., to takeco6mmand of the 4th ter. He for one would have declined to obey such
(Submarine Miaiug) Company, Royal Engineers. dictation.
_-IT:-_- -- -Aa The scheme for the establishment of the Irish
EDUcATION IN nTHE NITLD STATES.-At a meet- National League was adopted.
ing of the Peabody Edluiti...ud Fuu'1 Cm(uonuit- Mr. Davitt spoke in somewhat more pronounced
tee, held in New York on the 3rd instam, tli-ir terms than Mr. Parnell. He declared that until the
aintu1%d report was read, in which it was sta- land which was stolen Irvm the people was restored
i i lbut ii.twithntanding the free system of to the whole people:u.nationalproiTrty, there could
education which itl plru--d in all the States ..f the 1e no final and satisfactory settlement of the land
Unions that there, .r.' oriw 4 1111,111.11) (.f '- 1nIt ili- question.
zerns and "*,,il,ii of voters, ..ue-fith ..f tf,.-- ,.-.:- Mr. Parnell accepted an amendment to the pro-
tors, cannot write their own names. Add to his posed lahd scheme, to the effect that inereated taxes
formidable array a school population of 18,000,000 should be placed on grass lands, and that all cove.
in the United States, of whom 7,600,000 are grow. .inu, :'agiinit tilling -should be declared void.
ing up in ignorance of the alphabet." Tlh, i Con feremne un unimously adopted an amend-
ment to the programme in favor of the payment, of
NEW CANADIAN PRVINE. OTTAWA, the Irih ty ninth uof Commons
On motion of t"1r. D:tvitt it was Was res,:,hve,1 to
Ontario, Oct. 4.-It is understood that the creation iulluie thei 'tab li.hlm itG of workiugmen'-s clubs
of two new provinces in the North-west has been and reading rooms among the o if.c.it the con-
decided upon lb the Government. One will be Qu farence g
A.ie, .with Regina as its capital and Mr. Dewd. t as finally decided that the council should
ney as its Lieutenant-Governor. The other will -o,,,ist of forty-Light members, thirty-twu for the
be Saskatchewan, the capital for which has not- counti-es and sixteen fr the parliamentary party.h
yetbeen decided upon. The pIo,:ceIihLs ot the c..,uferenv: were nt. alto.
MONInR:AL, Oct. 4. Satisfaction is expre-sed, gether harmonious.
here to-day at the success of the steamer Peruvian's
trip to Quebec yesterday, dtimonistrnting, >as it has, IRI,:1 LEADERS AT LOGGERHEADS.
the successful completion of the 2.:s-fo.it channel. LONDON, Oct. 18.-A letter from Dabiin st-ites
that Mr. Cassidiy, a delegate from Manchester to
The Canada, on being comui.-,,ione.lin th-e spring, the Irish National Conference, w..s expellied with
will proceed to the Nortlh-Aruietrisan stati,:,u. No insultsAitnd ihreat-, from that body for moving an
decision has sofar been made as to :l. nap-..iutmu-nt obnuxiousm .iaeudment.i
of Prince George of Wales. It has been rumored LONDON, Os:t. 1-i.- A Dublin corretpsndent say.q:'
that he may serve his next commission in this cor- "It is evident that if there is no actual ,. hiim in
vette; but, after the manner in which the Marines the Irish National Party, there is so wide a diti-r-
have come to the front in Egypt, Prince George ence in the line, of action advocated by Mr. Davitt.
may desire to hold a commission in that gallant and Mr. Parnell, that it is Latidly p:s-iblu they can
corps. Nothing is settled.-Army and -...:;/ Ga. pull in the same h:arne.-ss. Th) Patnrellites have se-
zette, October 7. cured a third of the repre-scntatiou upou the new
council. This gives them prac-tically a prel,,:nder-
ance of power, as it is probable that a sufficieut
An officer of the Royal Marine Liglit Infantry number of their friends will be elected by the
Battilitu serving in Egypt writers as follows to his county conventiounsto give them a decided majority.
wife, regarding the la- i. tiun--]mlauce of two gall.at --
officers of the c.rpE:--' S.-ptemiber 14.-I am aw- Ireland-The Cler.'-m ,iia'd tI. S.aon /l Conference -
fully grieved ti have to record the death of one of Story of a .4,raiia',i .lT,-e,.-D)uLiNN, Oct. 12.-
our"M Mij.,r.m ail tine Cq.taiu, \viL) w-toe killed both The Archbishop of Tlu-ut has forbidden tbhe i-l:rv-
at t l-.samit- tine, or at least within five minutes of men of his diocese taking part in the Natiou.al
one another. They l.,.,th died like soldiers, well in Conference.
front if their men, and both died, at lixast Caipt:iu In the inquiry iut., the, miiurder of the, Hud-.lv
Wardell, immediately. Major Strong is buried near L,,ugh M.,.,k, tlh, int,.t-.mer Ke-ri.,-.~u and his
close to the Sweetwater Canal, in a grave with two wife testtifi-. that the elder HuIdll w. stunned
Highl.niad officers, while Wardell I buried myself with a stone as he was serving a process, He was
to-day close to the rtilway. It was so sad. Jones th. a kicked, and one of ti.,- assassins fired four,
read the funeral service, and when. tO Lord's rounds from a revolver into his body, killing him.
Pray.-r .n',uien-ced, the wor-ls 'Our Father' were The younger HIudly'i,- head was tih,.u .I.,b-h..-
heard, but no more. Men who the day before had ,iuit a heap 9...,t,.,:-, and he vws aft-r, l.Id
fought like lions nried like children. He is buried shot, in the presence of a crowd of villagers. The
poor fellow! iu ia ve-ry qui, t, little corner, with a corpses were la-,d in sack and taken to Lough
palmni at his head and a cactus at his feet." -Ibid. Mask. "

T. HE DEATH OF DR.' PUSEY. 'The Prince of Wales Threatened by a Crank.-LoN-
The year 1882 is likely to be memorable for re- oDo, Os.:tul,r 14.-A commercial traveller named
cording the death of an unusual number of his. Brookshaw- bas been committed for trial in the Bow
toric men. The name of Dr. Pusey, Regius Pro. Street Police Court f- threatening to murder the
fessor of Hebrew in O)xf.n.d, has just been added to Prince of Wales unless lie es:-ive money from
the death roll. Per'hnp no man usf etih-, age has him. The threat was made in a letter to Colonel
made a mmro dcidlerl inr,.ru.q-iin upnuu th, Church Teesdale, equerry to the Prince. The prisoner is
of Eugland than the ac.krowledgA.l le'ider of the apparently a crank. He said he had served
Tractariau movement. Whatever may be our ,pin- several years-in theUnited States Army.
ion-trof the movement itself, th :,i,"can be un, ,oubt
that Dr. Pasey was its ablest advocate. * EG 'YPT-Arabi's complicity in the June massacres-
And now that the Tractarians have lost their able 'His i;c, ,--Victorw Hi makes an -Appi: for
"leader, we sliould not. wonder if what has been kept him--Ui./r'ta, .ly -:.I .., England and France,
partly alive by the intense dogmatism of Dr. Pusey .\c.
should bcgini t) ,,se its influence upon the Ebtab- O October 14.-Hon. Mark Francis Napier,
lishment. Surely all good men would rejoice to will defend Arabi Pasha before the court martial,
see this result follow the death of the eminent the Egypilan Government having allowed the pris-
5.cholar and Ox fu: d Professor. owner t) choose his own counsel, whether native or
.foreign. It is expected that this selection of coun-
SE,. o sel will considerably lengthen the proceedings.
PrOFESSB SON MN n EW'o:hB,e of Wal shling,.,u and Tu ,slir,1,,inati,: circles s it is believed that the Egyp.
thr otherr astronomers have sailed for the C'.p: of tian i+.Ir'uenwcut will not summon the French
Good Hope, where they will observe the transit of Comptroller-General to its Cabinet councils, thus
Venus, on December 6. A commission appointed making his resumption of his post merely nominal.
by Congress has published full instructions for this PAIms, Octobert 14,.-The Voltaire prints a report
observation, of an interview with M. de Lesseps, who declares
S, ----- that he has the best possible understanding with
The Steomer Alpin reached N. York after a peril- the English members of the Suez Canal Council,
ous voyage of twelve days from Jamaica. First she and that they would t be the last to desire his resig.
was caught in a hurricanO and then. drifted into a natlo, October n5 .The iditent of Arabi
den'ai' -Pa.ha and bis aa,.iat'-s has not been compl-fed.
DRESSREBEEE Frr.ti: trHE Ut'T.-Til idy an i. Thte pri:..es-utiou ..ommitte'e believe that the court-
val of hundreds of carcasses of beef cattle that were martial cannot meet for another week.
killed and dressed in Clhii ago i- ,reaetiri- a grie:t The question of counsel to defend the rebel lead.-
deal of ,ex-itnement in rims] aru-itidl W.-,l.iupts.su era causes the delay in the meeting of the court
M..rk,-t, :u..l s,:-ie of the dealers who see possible niartial. The E7 7p'i int tovernmentispreparing a
loss' to themselves by the change are trying to pre note to Sir Ed wu r. M-i t, showing the inconveni-
judice the public against the meat thus delivered ence of admitting foreign counsel in the case, and


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i

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ry and lighting a cigar and tucking himself -a-
way comfortably on the lounge, said he had no :ob-
jections to expressing his views on the situation
ashenow sees it. The r,:-p.:ott-r called Mr. Hatch's
attention to an article recently printed in The :Times
in which Mr. Hatch said, Conservatism in Wall
street for the next few months will pay a, safe div-
idend," and asked him what he meant by that.
"I mean that the country is prsprs-,us," said
Mr. Hatch, "but that Wall sttret h.is heavily dis-
counted that prosperity. The same weak spo a
which existed a year ago exist, to-day but some f
t h -min have been worn much thinner. Last year we
had small crops and high prices. This year we
h-ve good cropi, lJw pri,.es, and a light export de-
mind. Last year the impeudiuz baukruIptyof sev-
erallarge incorporated properties stared us.in the
This year, though they have .t r. tiually J.:.-,llapsed
their couditi,:n i- but little inipr.:rvet.I .ua1 they are
almost ready to totter and fall. W.: hi-e added toi
the list of securities dealt in on the New York Stock
Exchange some t,noa 0.n.:,.f plalv-r, or "water" if
you choose to call it that. All of these extra issues


i


Tweed HATS in great variety.
LOCK WaRD 4. 1NQGHqA:
Iamilton, October 24, 1882.-2 3p

The best is always the
Cheapest.

THE LIME supplied by the Un-
,lerbigued is burns from Pure Limestone
with Cedar Wood and is Warranted to be a
first class article.
Orders promptly attended to and deliveries
made to any part of the Island.
GHAS. A. V. FRITH,
63 Front Street.
Hamilton, 25th September, 1862.-1 m 3p


explaining that the G(vernment would instead
prefer to hand back Arabi Pasha and his associates
to the military authorities fur trial.
.General Wolhelev has been invited home. He
will leave here on Thursday and will embark on
S'Lturlday on the r, ~ hi.:-h 'will pr,:ced to Trieste
so as to avoid quarantine at B irudiAi.
All the States have agreed to the Khe-live's de-
cree grantiun- three months' d,-lay for the payment
of commer.:ni bills except Russia, the United
States, Port ugal and Denmark, which so far have
not been heard from.
SGeueral Wola.ly has ordered the closing of the
gaming houses here.
LowNDN, October 16.-A dispst,'h from Constan-
tinople to the Daily V. ', siys England's reply to
the Porte's note- in regard to the evacuation of
Egypt by the British troops cau-edl great exasper-
rition at the Palace. The fanatical party, taking
advantau.e of the Sultau's auger, accused Said Pia-
slia, the Turkish Prime Minister, of having c-iused
the loss of Egypt to Tuikeiy, and demanded his
exile. The strug-gle continues.
t A dispatch from Cairo to the Daily Telegraph
reports that the Egypti-n Ministry met on Satur-
day to decide the'question of counsel, and has in-
formed Mr. Rivers Wilson that permission to Ara-
bi to employ forei-in counsel is refmserl, the Euro.
peaus dreading the possibility of Arabi's escape.
CAIRO, October lr;.-It is believed in officials cir-
cles that proof of Arabi Pasliia' complicity iu the
June nmasIacres at Alexandri:a will not b- obtain-
able. Arabi's counsel intends to demand informa-
tion in rernrd to the whereabouts of Ninet, the
Swis. who: can prove that many -Bedouins were
shot at Aral:Ti's order for looting.
BERmN, October 16.-The Swiss, Ninet, Aralt
Pasha's adviser, who has been expelled from Egypt,
hias arrivedhere.
LONDoN, October 17.-A dipaitch from Cairo to
the D),iilt New. say a : In regard to the defuse of
Alexandrim Arali Pa.ha. avers that hL: a.ted tiler
orders from the Khedive IHe say% he coniune.-l
the war after th.v Lrnmb:ardun.it Iby order.of the
National Council at Cairo.
LoxnoN, OC-tber 16-The Times says it Lias
reason to believe that there is a good prospect of a
friendly undersla.tiui- being arrived at between
Franri- and England iu r~.ar.--d to Eigypt.
A dispatch to the Time s from (Ciir says the evi.
denr-e ..f Arabi -. ompli-ity in tihr Jiamn massacres is
p.n-o ihlv irn.-.u[ti i.-ut t. t s:are his .*,ni iti.:n, but it
leaves little doubt that not proven" rather than
"not guilty" will be the verdict of impartial minds.
The Ddi,!/ ibt.,'s states that at the investigation) ,
(rf the rebel pri.-ne-rs in Egypt r~i-t ..f them ob-
jected to b.-ing quesi..e in reg:ir.1 to events
which occurred prior to the outire-ak, Arabi espe-
cially urging that they were covered by the gen-
eral pardon issued by the Khedive. Arabi declares
that the June massacre was precipitated by the
Lrsu.o:-,:- ot the British fleet.
C'.Lit.in At Sea-Loss of the .'teainr City of
Antwerp and the frl'p .) -ii I.'mtt..-LoNnow, Oct. 17.
-The Geraan hhip C..uitantia, Ca.ptainu Huehl-
ken, c.,ili.ied with tihp .- it- ner City of Antwerp 14
S iiles i..ff Edv tn-,e .and both vessels sunk. All the
(C.inat ntia's. crew and four Lol iug- to thie City
of Antwerp have I.esu Iaul-l :It Car.lit.
Fourteen of tihe crew of the '"itv of Autw,.-rp
sunk by collision with th, .-ilp C,.nstautii. were
drowned.
Lord Northlhr....k, First Lord of the Admiralty,
in r1..,,lyiu~ tIo totst :it a banquet here to-night,
said that thli G,.ivr-r.at. has no desire to annex
or govern E,,ypt. The great Powers are satf-fis-d,
th it England has no other object than to prelv'.ut
au1,,liy and the c..losing of the canal, whether iu
peace or war.
ALEXANDRA.-The E ypti.,n Minister of Fi-
nance is in possession of :r lirt ,--f landed irp.petrti-s
b,:l,:.ruin.u to the leaders of the rebellion, which
are worth in th.- aggregate 2.'1).111.1 Ju It is be-
li-ve-i that ,much of this prv:,prsrty will I..e ..:.tin..: i-
ted.

ENGLAND, FRANCE, AND THE EGYPTIAN
QUESTION.
Progress toward a o 's,tiii of Minor Troubles-The7
P.,rte Rea.lq to .e]gotiae-- TThe New Egyptian
Army.
LoNDoN, Oct. 18.-Th Times tlii morning says
tl. >parture .f M. Br dif for Egypt does not in-
dicate that he is to resume hii old position as Con-
troller Gem.-ral, but, on the -contrary, is an indica-
tion of prores-s toward an amicable solution of the
minor 1uesiti',ns still outitandiug between England
and Fr.iu,'. Th.:- latter Government i4 aware that
the reonstrur-tion of the j,:.int cautrol in Egypt.is
impossible.
Mr. Wilfrid Blunt has offered to go to Egypt
and as.-irr-iun the fate of Prof. Palmer and the o0lli-
cers who were sent to purchase cames from Bedou-
ins at the besintiiru of the war, and wh.., it is fear-
ed, have been murdered.
CONrANIIN'oPLE, Oct. 18.-The l'orle has sent a
note to Lord Diiffirin, the British Amba.asador, an-
nouncing its readiness to negotiate a -ettlement of
the Egyptian question.
AIAXANDRIA, Oct. 18.-Recruiting for the new
Egyptian Army has begun. The- total effective
strn~ith will be 12 battalions of infantry, 2 of
mounted infantry, 2 of garrison artillery, I quad.
. rons of cavalry, each 400 strong; 6 batteries of ar-
tillery, with 100 men and 4 guns to each; 100 en-
gi.-er--, a transport and ambulance corps of 300
men, and 2 regiments of gendarmerie, numbering
700 men each. There is under consideration apro-
posal favouring the importation of coolies tu re-
pla.se natives as army servants.
Gen. Sir Evelyn Wood has called for England.

ALL AROUNDTHE CIR'LE.
Sea.] ,r,: Times, Ot. 5.
"UNOLE RUFIU'-" SWEEPING. THE HOR.-
IZON AGAIN.
His views oN sTocKs, "WATER" TISSuE BONDS, aAXL-
WAYS, FINANCE, AND THE MARKET.
Uncle Rufus Hatch, the sage of Wall street, was
found at his home last evening by a reporter for The
Times, who called upon him to ask his opinion 'of
ti,:- pri-:.-,it ,.>auditi,:a and the future course of af-
f:tirs in tinarn,.-irl au31 pe,-.ilttive circles. Mr. Hatch
received the reporter pleasantly in his cosy ULbr.m-


are on property tht some people consider Al or a-
hlove par. Among these are Delaware and Lacka*
waun.: I$2I2.' ...lIoi: Milw,uk.-e and 'St. Paul, 419,-
00u0,000: Chi-:.a'o Burlington and Quincy, $15,000,-
000 ,r$20,0,0,utii : Union Pacific .O00o0,000: ILake
Shore andChiueago and North-webtern, an unknown
quantity not to peakof larLve amniunts of stock
that are given awwayv Iv various, companies. as bonus-
es and :,th.-rwi-e. S.:irnl. of these very riompauiea
have been further weakeue,l I.'y the building of cont-
pettinglin.s to rival them f.-r existing tra f,'. And
these are some of :miu- w.-li-et spots
The committee appointed to inspect the Channel
tunnel works recommend that several different
arrangements be made in order to make possible
the immediate destruction ,of the tunnel whenever
necessary. Genearl Wolseley strongly condemns
.tlie undertaking.
The Steamer Herder, Tischbein master, of the
Hamburg-Ameriban Packet Company's line with
mailso. paQengers and age6er,.t cargo, from New
York bound to Hamburg, ran X'boreat the eastward
head of Long Beach, about thme milks west of
Cape Race, N.F., at two o'lock on the morning,
of the 10th during a dense fog. All of the 261
passengers and crew were lauded without accident.
Arabi Pacha is indicted on three counts-first, for
in.stigating massacre: s; second, for directing the
burniu- of Alexandria.; third for abusing, the
flag of truce. Arabi believes that. his life is in
danger.
The race for the Cesarwiteh was won by Corrie
Boy, belonging to Mr. Crawfurd; Chippendale
wa. second, City Arab third.
The Engliih coal miners are preparing for a
general strike. :
Prince William Bismarck hris been made a Gov.
emrnment Councillor.- .1
It is propoJed to send a thousand men and wo-
men from the south of Ireland to Canada.
Mr. Leonard Courtney says that the policy of the
BPitish Gove' nment is to detach Egypt from the '
Sultan and render the country independent of for-
eign control.
Eight of Arabi Pacha's companions will bear-
raigned with him in Cairo for trial.
Swi-s..i.izeus who have nid occupation in their
ownn ountmr\ will be all.:.wed to juin the Egyptian
gendarmerive.
Tie Turkith troops have evacuated the poMiions
on tho Thessalian frontier which were claimed by
Gi ee-e.
Mr. James t.'aird, tlih well known authority on
agri,.ulturv, estimates tlh rc-quirement.i of G..Iat
Brit.,in tur f,.reign wheat frin, the lt of September
at 1.i.5i0,.1 I u .ir rt-rs, or r,.ally 2,0i01.i,I.1)0. quarters
less thb.in w<-y. imported during the .-ame period
last year.
The Island of Antiaosta, in the Gulf of St. Law-
rence, the scene of many a harrowing shipwreck,
is to be sold at auction in order to settle a lawsuit.
It contains ovivr 22,0.1i,I0OO acres.

To CoEtpsi.EPONLEN r:.-" Another Presbyterian,''
in our next.

aSWi A Supplement of Three Col-
umns accompaniers this GAZETTE. It contains
a Lettt-r from tlhe Rev. Johu Wallace: one
signed "Jockey," and a third signed A
Fri.:n-1 to the Horse,' &e.

BIRTH, at 47 Kir Street Devonport, Devon,
England, on 1 Stb August last, the Wife of J. R.
AMIBELLSof a DA.GHTEB.
...... at Ireland Island on the 10th instant, the
Wife of W. W. S. DoutreT, of a DAueatHaa.
......., at Gilbr-.tar, on 24th ultimo, the WIF'
of Sergt. S. A Mann, R.E., ofa SON.

MARRIElD,-,:'Rs.Br-HarLK.v-Sept. 5, at
St. Gt-orge's, Hauover Square, London, by the Rev.
William Souerset, M.A., brother of the bridegroom.
assisted by the RHvd. Cauon Nush, M.A., vicar of''
Old Sodbury, Gloucestershire, Colonel FrrzorY
M...LYNEUX HENRY SOMEIS ET, R.E., of Frimley
Priory, Surny. s..n of the Right Hon. Lord William
SoImersdt, to EMILY, wil.iw .of Winchcombe Henry
Howard Hartley, Esq., D.L, of Lye Grove. Glou-
c,-terhire, aii' of Bueklkbury and Donnington
Barks.
......,-BROWN-WISE-at the residence of
the i'ride's tprent,- on the 27th ult., by the Rev.
John Johnu, orsr.F. L. BnowN of Bermuda to
JENNIE HI. WI~ of Harlem, N.Y.--.,, I4,, Sn,
0. .'...,r 2.

DIED, at Ireland Island, on the 12th inst., Mr.
GE.ooE H. B&rNE-, aged 41.1 years and 9 months.
Departed this life, at Prospect Hill, Somerset, on
the 14th instant, after a patient and long suffering
,illness, MR. CHAlt.Lsa HARRIS, a native of Sheerness,
England, aged 6.3 years ; leaving a widow, 4 sons,
5 daughters, 7 grand daughters, and numerous
relatives and friends to mourn the loss of a loving
parent and companion. Mr. H. came to this
country in H. M. Service" in 1843 in the Hulk Med.
way.-S',iri ts T ,n, .PtPu.t>mo it,, Ic p1',)1t, ai.i

...... ,at Sliema, on the 17th instant, WIxteEa
l)DErI .,in t.he: lOth year of her age, the beloved
d iugiter of WVilli.jn Henry Martin, Paymaster
Royal Navy, S- .rtary t,.. Rar-Adniiral Graham,
C.B., of H.M.' D.,ckyard Malta. -M,/lt .tiandrd,
7.,,,p,e," 21 ,-.


HATS HATS, HATS.

We have received per Orinoco" via New
....... Y or.. .... .. : ...
A Large and Fashionable Supply of




Comprisingu: ..
Gents Hard Felt HATS, in black and drab
Soft <
Extra Quality Blk. Silk HATS
Livery HATS Boys Felt HATS
Tennis and Cricket CAPS









BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


:By Publie Auction, Card of Thanks.
UADER THEi IGW SHED. -


On Thinrsday next,
26th inst., at1 o'clock,
i -Ba le Fine Upland HA\Y
20 Bags OATS (5 bushels ea.h)
20 Tubs New York BUTTER
12 Bls. Early Rose Table POTATOES
6 Cases ('ontg" 120) 3 LIb. Tins Olive
BUTTER ""
30 (Jross Chases Comb MATCHES
800 Lbs. Jamaica Green GINGER
500 COCOANUTS
SHBalf Sheets Oolong TEA
S30'Feet 1 Inch Spruce BOARD
.,0 Bottles Red and White Onion SEED,
of this year's importation

-.A 80,
Irish Eog-Wheele-l

DOG-CA l,,
In good repair,
And a great many other Goods that will
appear at the Sale.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Autionegr,.
Hamilton, October 24th, 168S2

For Rent,

THE 'Large HOUSE at(
the exlre-in Eastern End of,
CliTr.ci SRlHET, formerly called
The Zulu Arms.
Po-s, ssion given on 1st November.
For further 1,prliculars apply to
MR. TREGINALD GRAY,
st 1 ,iilton.
24th October, 1. *2.-2 p -

Robt.G. Le &(Jo.,
ni tiii n .rnt. .


r IIE IUnlersigned desire to (.iTer he thal lk ot
the (luri.o .'r. TAMSHIpCoMPANi to CAP-
TAIN TilO).MA I, l N IltlD'1')ON, lL...
in chijM .' I'f Heir 1 pj-ty's i -irk) ard at ier-
muds, for the prompt il-ptch elor a launcieh,
with offT-r of aid, to iii- ,-1 il tS anier Orinoco'
while ul,,unI at t li Tirni: 'ds Na-r-ws om the
morning of the 23rd Instiant.
TROTT 4. COX,
Agenlts of ile Quebec Steam hip
SComptv n' t iamilton, Lernaudma, 24th October, 1S82.-1
--
Gazette only.

B AND,

2nd Bn, Royal Irish Ri-
..- fles.

By kind permission aof Lt -Colonel F. R. C.
CROFTON'. Commanding :?nd Bn.
Royal Irish Rifles,
.TH E BA ND
ROrYL tRISH RIFLES,
Under tho Cunductorsip R. BROWN,
WILL GIVE
A VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL



On Monday and Tuesday,
i 30th and 31st October, 1882,
IN T/IEA TRE ROYAL, IPRO.SPEC'iT.
The First Part of Programme will consist
of Solos, for various Instruments, including
Bells, Songs, and R.'adingp.
To conctlud with a Burlesqua Extravagian za
untitled
Aladdin or the IWVolerful Scump
[For further particulars see Posters.]


And IJV S U;,'A VC. II lOK l RS, N notice,
18 Leadiie hall streett ,
AND," A-T I.')DS, TniR iS ubscriber will not be liable for atny
LO0.i)UN, E.C. [ r dMONE YS or VALU HBLES transmitte I
I'ere nai .,Ile,.ito given to C tfi n ietuient f by u"'uter est Mail Caeh or other of his Vehi-
Bermuda PIRODUCE and the 'llir.g of Ber.- cles used as I'bli'.- onvev.i.ces utnla value i,
imudian orders. declared at time li foroardiing ait, tIhe l"rtight
..- ...... ..... .... .. thereon PREPAI)D.
Lime Lime !' Lime !E. CIZAWLEY,
o mr c Mail Cutr.,ctor,
------S 'mers t. Oct." 24-1882-- 1


I'. ME burnt with Cedar Wood;
and '. V 1, cin be pIurchased at the Kiln
In this ild'n l fro one bushel t., 25 at 9d.;
for all orders over '5, spu;.il arraungementa can
be made.
On application t ,'y i (Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, M .- 15 -, 1 4
( Arratng.,ens for 'i.'er to any part
of the Island can :lao Ie- in ..i .

F...or Sale

SA House and Lot,
In the Town of f ,niilton,
FuR S.ALE.
For 1'., iii tl 'ii' please apply to ),
R. D. DARRELL, ESQ.
tHamilton, N'. r. '9, 1881.
KIMMEL'S CH(I R PE1ItFU
MEltY


-- vtf-'-*--' .xf j -X A -lW-- <
For Rent,
SP INGFIELD,"
A Pleasantly $ituated and Conveni-
ent

Sillh .Iables, Carriage and other uthniiliuias

Iiie1'li Ite pcsse For further particulars alTly to REGI ,ALD
GRAY, iaii.tn. .
26th Septemb)er, 1882.-3p tf



Horses, Oarriaea's and


Beruda HIunt Club.

A GENERAL MEETING of the
Club was ndll in thl Town Hall, [itau-
ilton. at JAi p.m. on Friday, Oct. 2Uth. Mr.
R. D. Darrell, in th- Cbh:iir.
It was idecil.l-1 that in the proposed pro-
gramm, for th I- ha.'P the fellowinP' :lt.-ra-
ti'..ns shall be nmitr,-: That in the G ,ANDr, MILI-
TARY \ II IT ('LUll 'rd the BiRMUD.. SlrA IAKE
the words ani ridden by lthe same." shall be
struck out, and the. words and ridden by"
inserted after thh wurds propli-rty of.",
That, th. Courr-.. for the shally Bay Handi-
cap, shall b.- reduced to 14 miles.
That the Course for the Bu mu.ila Hunt Cup,
shall be reduced to I' ujiles.
That the Polo .Stakes shall be at Catchi
weights not under 9 stvut. 7 lbs."
That the. following, G :ntletui be apked to
act as Officers at the la,:-s:-
Dr. T. A. Oit.,ibrile, i
Lt. Col. Newport, I.A., } Judgs.
R. D. Darrell, Esq., )
Col. MacDolnell., I.E., )
Clarence Peniston, Esq., ariandicaripers.
D.A.C.G. W. Moore,
Captain Graham, R.A., Starters.
Captain Sw& in.., R.I.HP, ,
T. F. J, Tucker, Esq.-Clerk of the Scalem.
Lieut. Middlcrnas', 1.E.-Clurk of the Course.
The following Gentlemen wo:rodlected Mein-
hers of the rP.i.inuda Hunt Club :-
Mr. W. 11. Hughes. Mr. ('ut.tnir, Mr. Rich.
ard Smith, Mr. 0. 0. Whitney.
A Commiittieu wts :.poointel to aseitaitin
under what .t-ns thel pouttions of the Shelly
Bay Rave C'urs-v." which do nut now Lbelong; to
the Bernuu,1l Ifiint Club, cain hle puiclhasd ab-
..olutely, or l fas,..; for it turther t-rin of five
years, with right of wimy from the Public I{.oLd
to the Rae (Co'u. -, .a ld with thI,. : ptivi:.-ge of'
enclosing andI. ke>,-ing ilistiknu:t the Race Iourse,
tfroul adljaculit Lands, or, if leased, under
what other lricili.-,..
The foll.,v.-ini (3enuthl.l.n wcre asked to
form the Ciiiitt.- :
Dr. T. A. Out. rbri.l1., Mr. 1. 1). Darrell, D.
A. G. W. M ....., D,. '. H. Outerbridge,
Lieut. W. C. Huasey.
Tht.- Committee was asked to report to a
subsequent Gen.,l inc..ti.g of the Club, on-
wnat terms the Race Course could bi. purt.has-
ed or leaI .d.,
The Honora:ty Seci et.i., was requested to
convey the thl:inks it th.:. Membeiirs of the Ber-
umu.la Hunt Club to Messrs. T. L. Pearmian,
John H. Oatterbiidge, Austin Outerbridge,
.and Jos. W. Gilbuins, for their kind.ines to the
Club in grlntiuug the use of their Lands f'or the
Hunt Clu6 l,...i on this -1- pl .V .tii]' v year's.
A letter fr,ii Mr. Jos. W. Gibb. n was laid
before th.- iii-tin by thle Honorary e8,:iretarv,
who was royu.,,tel to inlomu hini tlat at Co'u--
inittee bhal I..,.:n ii lijp:i ted to d,'terrin, .a hat
rnuitneriation sh-iuld Lb. plid tio hini.
The sa:mt (?'.j,,iunittter wore ntkeid to decide
the claim ofr Mr. Ji,. ,'. (Gibboi,. as had been
alpjiojt,.d to A:;.';, tai n upon waunt terIns the
Rhce Cuirse could be procured.
The Meeting tercnmiinte,d itb a vote of
f.hiL'nks to the Chairman.
.. C. IIUSSIY, A.D.O.,
Hon. 8ce. B. 0. a


Oct.2lst, 1 I s

JU' ,T " C.' Vil
By R H. DUtEliDEN,
I XTIN laflDU UkSa b UUO :~,ui


Carts for Hire. I';c I R Di,1. l. -GOO .of
The U!n.ier-.ged having a fit ou' in it above \,, ..L I'.y i '. , i ) d:tmaged a.d ia in;
Line-(Camies Coi.,rlahle, I,.re I Driver;titady, respectfully solicLit a -n0.re o I
the Public l'atronage.


IIM EL'S TORLFT VINEGAR, a pleasant Near the Rectory, Paget.
11 tonic and refreshing uljuiiict t-, lhe I'onili and July 4 186Se.- 6to m
Bath, a re iving .ro._ t and a a.i.,~'-r'l disinfectant. y m _____
For warm climates it is invaluable S l
RIM MEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER For 01 bale
WATER.,)
RIMMEL'S TREBLE DIl ;TILLED EAU DE At "Royal Gazette" Stationery ork.,
COINEL'S MIUH IMPROVED FLORIDA Henil'ie's Petroleum Patent Sooaps.
W A'ITE,1 .
Rl.F.INI'Al'S JOCKEY CLUB and other Ira. n
grant Perfumes.
RIMlMEL'S LI UI JUFICE and GLYCERINE
gri~ the hair a beautiful Iloss and impa Is art
*,.ia i oplhes, o) the ltuvad. -'
t'l l-L'> PURE \WHITEE GLtA'T'EI.NI NE -
S(AP TILIA. tROWN %%lNIl' ).,ION Y,
ALAtOND, LE 'TUCE, (CO \L-TAR, and the
T Aitr roaps iut bars or cakee.
RIMiEI.'S VELVETINE, VIOLET. RICE, ".F ,
Rt.1-F.-LEAF s ad other TOIL.ET PoVWDERS, in~ TE beg'to calLthe at'rtion of th Trade to
tRIi \L a DnNTINE, cleans, whiten d ah ew
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mourh, and
RIMI NM EL'S AIIONIATIC OZONIZER, or Na-
the healthy and refreshing ,iinauitiois ofthe Piute the very heat prep ra'ion we have ever seen
anil Eur iTypluts Forests.o r ati w
E. R I' FL, Perfum-r by., ppiiinent lH.R. or used foreleanii.gan, poiihiug.
H, Princess of Whles,'', ..-.rd, L.onedon and 17 Silver Plated Ware, G."ld Plated Ware,
boulevard des taltiens, Paris. Cuspadores, I'l.te Glads,
.Ma. ,9 1-77. Brass or Plated Signs, Solid Silver Ware,
S------- Nickeled or -ilver Pla. Soda Fountains,
Receiving per Orinoco ed howCases, Military Equipent.
AIi jOr any Uit-t.llic surface upout which a brilliant
FR .p/o LOisDO plh is r,-quired withomlt injury to tha metals
At, oyal Gz i Store, and with lintle labor. In all cases where ,ickei
At Royal O. u .tit ry Store plating on Stoves has become discolored by
A few Tins of that tell-kiv,.w heat Lustro" will restore it to ita former
II IC1iMtNI) -Lrwghtness. So popular has it become, that it
Horse Co6dition PO W )DER. is nw the recognized Stand.,d of the Stove
.-v.t trfide for this purpose.
IHamilton, Sept. '2, I6-2. It is ahiolutely free from acid, grit or other
------------injuriuS snabStallee,.
~R eceivi gl It is a preparation of genuitie merit acid when
0 Vi once used becomes ani article of daily family
At Gazette Stationtery Store, from London, 0 ue and sale -are 'repeaed. I'rico 25c per bot-
.tlte ,.. ':'


A further supI ly ot
* SUNBEAM" and 01t,,'- Series of
Cheap RIeading.
ALSO,
A. Lot of PAS$TE BOARD, suitable for mount-
ing Pictures.


For Sale everywhere.
II. K & K H. THIUIEI & CO.,
Ageht-.
New Yurk, Oect.b,-r IA.'2.l,-3
(jCHILD'- Jewelry ntore is Head Quarters
or Walthami Watches in gold or silver
mases.


F I'NC C ift.I.' P, White A I i ,
Under Sil..PT -, S'1f-. [! f
C(TTI' NS, ;' % LZ') j KL \'' KE .',
BOOT-- ":, 'iOK ES, (Cheap.)
R. H. DULTEHD "N.
C('orn r ,.f I'r..,! :isl Q(Zi .-- u ., tr r .
liaitil rii., ':,.r er I I I ,*1 <'.- -*{s i. '.u.ur.

IReal Estate in1 Hamiltonl
'a'Pisl, t> -ale.

A I;jiv' lingc-


And Par,.'l of L ,i .V ), con-
taiuing Three Acres, Two Rods and Ten
Perlche, inoie or les, in HamiJton Parish.
Bounded Easterly byLands of thd Widow of
the late Anthony : ituel Trott.- .Southerly,
on the Seit. Westerly, by Lands of Robert
Peniston; and North-'rlv on a Pond utir Salt
Water Lake, comurmonly known as North's
Pond." The Land is intersected by the new
Military Road, whbi-,: ruins quite near the
Dwelling House. Price moderate. Apply
early to
ORMOND T. MIDDLETON.
14th August, Ila'2.

Cricketing & Lawn Ten-
nis Gear.
All Cane handle K iTS' COBBE'rTS.
S,-i. WICKi1TS
M'-alavIi 11 ALLS
Leg GU \RlStand GLOVES
Scot ing !O.OK.-.


TENNIS.
Pa'erIt Toiniis 'Poes
Ayre' Tenis kits
Ayrea . Ball
) ,hes
LOCKWARD & INGHAM.
October 9 lhi, 8'-s2.-3 Ins. 3)p.'
ALL the latest Novelties in Plated Ware as
I well as necessary articles at Childs. Call
and See.


RiE 1{A1UDI)A,
BIr ORDER OF THIlE W(ORSIIPFUL
T'IlE JUS'I'ICES OF THE PEACE,
FlIill .-; 1 I TO rilVNl N ) lICE th.A l iIL
J l M.Js -rv'i NV \ ',.XT (;-.\-N V 1, iQl.I-Tl
t'P QUL i !':l{ .'.i l I N. i re,: PI' \IC ':

n T Irsday next,

'fhe 26th instant,
AT THE COUar TfOUSE, Hamilton,
.\ 1 II ti'c ..,ek ill tie fl', lor ,o.i.
W. J. HENEY,
Clrk of ths P~ee.
IFa1ilt.n,, ; 1 e I tulh,-r, IS-2.

Iew York/F lail ,tea mer.

T'.M"1I S TA. WER, R

t'rinotO,

SildlLe(ve aamiltton FOR A E '
FORK
Ar 3 p.m.,
ON "T, U SDO Y. ,
G26th Ot,'..r, Ir'S2,
To leave thence for return on "Jud Nove4tiber,
lA62.
Freight, Pareel'cei, and .-'pe.-iei on Fire._lhr, wi;1
be received until 1; p.m. 25'th lswtant.
P,,!-eig.er Stage will be removed at' 230
p.m., 260tli Octlber.
TROTT 4. COX,
Iamilton, lhi tumudj, 24th October, 1882.-1
Colouist once.



W HITE and Coloured Wool
BLANKETS,
White and Coloured RUGS,
TWEEDS atnd DIAUtiNAL',
Lac~ies Black Cloth JACKETS and ULSTER I
"* Wool HIANDKFS. and SHAWLS,
Black ALI'ACCA and COBURG,
Jeld uul Wh.te FL \NNEL,
GOt-t's. Softt and Hard Felt HATS,
White and C',lourdI Table DAMASK,
Marble and Wood Oil BAIZE,
v Laies' and Gent's
*4. Boots and Shoes,
&c., &c.
C. 4. JOJAES,
604 Front St.
H.Miilton, Ot. 16th, 18-2..-.3rdp twice.

E B. JO(3'ES,
Corier of Qu.een and Reid Str.ets,
Hamilton,
Has ju st i e'iv.-d fr.,:,n London via "New York
A Full Supply of
Dry and Fancy

Goods,
Perfumery and Soaps.
October 24; -1S2.

For 8ale,


i Horse, Harness &
PhOton.
Eumtie ol F. I'. C I L.D.
H inilt.., ',tuler 23rd, 1882.- 2
-
NOTICE.

S LL Pr'i.soii.s Ihaving ju.4 CLAIMS
i against the Estate of the late ROBERT
PACKWuOD, of .,,i,.s' Parilh, ar,- I'd
queste1 to ren.udi-r their Accounti, dnul/ t!e.sted,
to the Urul.rsilne.1, ...a or /,.r'. TL'DAY.
t he24th .Y,,crii,;d r ,.-.,/. '
All Persons LN',;EBrED to the said Estatte
are requested to setill their reqp.-etive Ac-
counts by the above date.
JOSEi" 'HIf- TL-T)OMAS,
JOHN II. T. JACK.SON,
Hamilton, Qctober 23rd, 1.S82.-2

Estate of the late Henry
"Ihonias Swan.

iAotice.
A LL Persons having ju.s-t CLAIMS
against the Estate of the late HENRY
THOMAS SWAN, late of Pembroke Parish,
deceased, will please render the asume on or be.
j'orc the 31dt ,utaut.
Persons INDEBTED will be required to
Settle all Claims or make satisfactory aurange-
ments respecting same by above date.
JAIRUS C. SWAN,
JOSEPH T. TUCKER,
Hamilton, October 16th, 1882.-2

Notice.

A LL Persons having just CLAIMS
.A'- against the Estate of the late JAMES
MING, Pilot, will please render same on or
before the 31st lstit. And Personus IN-
DEBTED will please make Payment by the
above date.
JULIOUS JAMES MING.
St. George's, October 16, 1882.-twice


Old Lunatic Hospital
Lands.

PERSONS desirous of Renting
the OLD LUNATIC HOSPITAL
LAND -, will forward written applications to
thA '"ol 'nial urveyor's Office, on or before
SATURDAY NEXT thr 28th int.
.' 11 information, relative to the land, maybe
obtained at the above Office, daily, between
the hours of 10 a.m. and 12, noou.
J. H. M. vgI
Colonial Surveyor.
Octr. 23rd, 1S82.-1



.-3RD Ocrozua, 1882.
rHIl ANNUAL PERAMBULA-
TION of the War Department PRO-
PERTY will takei place
On THURSDAY next.
All War Dpartiment Roads will be closed
froni 7-.) a.ru. on that date to 7'30 a.m. on the
27th October, 1882.
T. B. STEWART,
A. C. G.,
Senior Commissariat Officer.

INFORlMATION i: wanted by
the Undersigned, of the descendants, if
any, of JEAN ANTOINE LAHURE and of
FRANCIS LAHURE or LA HURE, who it is
supposed might both have died in Bermuda
between the years 1780 and 1620.
.DONALD M-PHEE LEE,
Vice Consul for France
at Bermuda.
Octol.ber 21, 1882.

Pitch Pine



rj rHE i'.lIrsi i'd offers fur Sale
the residtie of Cargo Brigantine Al-
fred" from Furn tndina, Florida, conisting of
the uniideruientiouied:
FLUOOING BOARDS Ix12 & lx2l
Ditto 1x5 & lxi
SCANTLING........ ljx3, 20, 2x4
2ix5, 2x1, 3x4
3x6, 41I, 4xt
PLANKS........... *xI2
PICKETS 1-2ft. long by ham. broad, dressed.
Ditto 6 ...... roiLgh.
S. S. IJGHAlM.
Hamilton, i'4th Oct., 1632.-2ins 3p

R. B. Y. Club

Arn **-TIT.c on ,
A T R 3/C E C0 Ur S I:,
SIIELLY BAY.

G ENTLE'l EN requiring Lurca-
ELON at above Tent on d(lay of Races, will
plese ;iecurtj T'ickcts for same.
c. Ti,.kett may be obtained at R. B. Y.
Club, prior to, or at Tent on day of Races.
J. L. AUSTIN,
R. 3. Y. 0 ,b.
Hamiltun, Octobpr 24, 1882.

M 3 1 L[I 1 N V1
And
Dress Making.

'rHE U1iderOigned having seicued
a i exte'lsive ,ditiion ttotneir Story, tre
now pI'repared o0 exeutitc au) orders in the nlto,
lines.
TI'e Goutds i this Dep )artiieint will be fouud
well worthy of ispection, hlving been very
carefully ,e.ected tiy Ma. .LciiatWASD from the
inglish a :d [Frei.ch Markets.
LOCK00 f I_ ) 41 I.JOILffI.
*\t-r.!>, i."Jrid.- :;in- 3;,

FOR SALE.

HE _LOT of LAND ad.
jomitiig lth Gov runt,:'. Pa'y Ortic-", iI
Reid itrocd, 0on whi.li there are a number of
Valu:tble F'uit Trees.
T"';NI):uIS for th, ah.rv Lot will he re
ceived h) tie U[ides;ign, d on (or before the
15th November Next.
The Owner ,vii not be bouad to accept theb
higlwmu or .iiy teJler. .
JIORRIS 3. I. FRITH.
Hami'too, Ocitoler 17, 1882--'rd p

5th November.

SQUIB APER!
Eighteen pence per Quire,


At "Royal Gazettv" Statiouery Stos..
Oott~ober 17, 1882.
LIST OF UNCLAIMED3 LETTXERS1IN TV*
POiST OFkFICE, HAMILTON, glet 0.1., I-%&
F C Andrew@, William Beek, Sainael Butchall, tH
F Burch, Francisco Betantwurt, Barque "Bul!vue,"
Henry Dasbield, t3ahr "'M L-Tuaw,.' Mrs 0
Douglas, Schr fraukli'j." inGibson. H j IV
Jams', Manuel V Je Luz, E H Newmau, Uaremllitio V
Nunes. Saw, J SiuiLh, J Stnith, Beni W .3mith, A-
lexander Swan., E 1B Simon., F A Smoa~bq14
Smith, BiluueToaker. EdWar~d WleM#Z~.
LiaT OF UNCLAIMED LI.-rrf85! IS TLq
POST OFFICE, ST. GEO 1i .13ra'Oti., 1882.
Mr. E'Jmooda, Luis, Fuadi. &vrq'ae tUay Hew2,"
Scbr 11Golden CLCg.v' Jt~us~ tk~ul,y, illja-u Neh.slk
Smith, Mrs 'loau~itusu, 1laouwaP ~Wj1i~aw.,6cr
.6WilliM hla.ri."


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


Portland Cement.

SFruit i Frui t Y he 'SIR G. F SEYMOuR,
Ju. t .iriveld per 'Oriomco .-rn Lo~ o ,
Freh Peaches Pears Portland CEMENT, in
Grapes Apples B ris .f 4 Bus. ea.-:"' Brands,
R, H. THOJMPSO.V + At LrU-iu;Illy low prices.
SR TH. .... ,Queen Street. J. H. TRI1IMINOGFHAM & SONS.


September 25, 18?. .

.Removal.


W... M. CANT
Watchmaker and Jeweller. 18
perjeuce.


Years ex-,


Watches, Clocks and Jewellery
leaned and rep hired.
Oz Every description of repairing done,
Quer Street, Hamilton, ont hs
Octob err 10th, I2. ) '. _



By the "Sir G. F. Seymour," from
T 7 London,
RICE in Bags as usual.
J.H .TRIMINGHA M & SONS.
I niiilto, (Ocit.ber 9, 1 -82.-3in-

B er muda Ice,e
Made from Pure Rain Water.
Pa I, te.sed under all eirciurmsinces ithoiut the.
danger atri.din,' all iinmioemed Ic., which in
most cases ailTer the system in the+ same .man.
ue.r-a~a chaneinT-driimking water. -
'T he :niej i0,Cil,. 10 now lire .,irnl t't f'i nish Ice
at Depo', P.iumnat :-ireei, I'rtn i 6 a.m. daily,
and deiiermd.in liieaij) and Viinity fioum 8
a.m. la o 'lorl -.'Suindm cicept.iiet.,
P1'e e 14: !'eni per pound.
This being t, home industry I respectfully ask
a continuancc oFthe Pohfli t .,oJii l.-
THOS. JIJLES.
Hamilton, May 15, 182. .

AT 'r HE M 0 jST MODERA E i- .IE S
CM" br.oL: 'ine.2 froi t '
PH1I 'IX I N S 'A .VCE CGO :P.4 N f
of- London,. n :."
On -', f(the loi.a'oat Fslublii,, and Weafthimsti


iHam lio., OetuiO e 9, 1 .-3Siii-

S A. SMITH,
: SURGEON DENTIST,
Having rettirned by the "Orinoco" will resume
is "rofeision i ,! i.ilies at his Office over
the lMedicnl Hall,
THlS DAY. Tuesday.
l unilln S ,ep;lt i..er 2(, 8 2

emoval of Barberin g
Establishlment
Prom Queen to Front Street, Up-
*tar. s Over LVo. 47.
JiE Undersiged in thanking
the Public and the lii..,l'iiitanh ,, rally
for the liber.Il (i tron..ge- they have e-Iended
to%%arJd, himit, l:<'!e1 'y ,,'rk-t l1)ietii,,n to }isIi-
,es at his NEW ESTABi.lSH'M iENT, Frout
Sirc-', .Upstairs over ,i.. 47, to merit cn-
tiiuance of same.
FREDERICK J. JAMES.
ti;irn iitri. July I thli, 1.562.,

Horses, Carriages and
Carts for Hire.


JTHE Business heretofo'e carried
at on by THOMAS HARVEY is now con-
dacted by
SEDWAD J. LIGHTBOURN.
Church Street, Hamilton,
September 9th, 1 ,.'2. i




Office at CO PAst Broadwa
:, Office at ICE HOUSL', East Broadway.


i )cos i n i reat. Lrmt:an. -
Througl. tics: i r '.FICE in these' T1: subscribers would respectfully inlo,
I'l h qt -h E i th e l lhey l rec t ioafilto n : nd .i1it "
Islands, a Suvit is etfc ,.'.1 t, the In-ur i.e ,t Iamilton m ,l v r
of the. 'tu(mjp ,& /..y, ,a%',Er or .,d, .a,,bIe itw. ihev are now prepared to attend to all Orde
,RISKS taken both on iREAL and I E..sorAL or Ice in a first class manner and at the reap(
PR. f I -\ r 3,6 or 1 >lo,,ihs. .able price i, lailf-Periny per pound.
No FEES jand mo CsC Allr n br 1ol cies.' We will keep con,.mtantly on hidd at the Ne
SIce House, East Broadway, a supply of 1C
N. A. BUT TF R.IEL D. throughout the year for the benefit of our Cu
Agent. ,, tomers who may require ce during wini
lHaniiimon, September 9th, 18566 aoths:
By prompt a .unitioi to our.uo- tomners a
'W .t I strict attention to our business, we hope to r
ceive a share of the Public patronage.
"da f lIce delivered dAily ( uidys excejited])
In 0n .Of.icer's fmily J 1 lamilton andviciity. '
C0( N. B.-ICE ,iU.';,. peun oii 7a.m.
6*30 p. ti;. daily, 6nirida)s excepted, when
must be well recommended. Liberal wages ill be: oeu fro. 8 d x
will be given to a suitable person.
Apply at the Office of this Paper." JOHN B. STAHL & CO.
October 3, IS82. East Broadway, HaniUlon.
June 20, 1882,-tf. -t.

For Sa ECTRIITY IS LIF.

A Sup eriotr H ri' Donkey perfect-
ly Harmless and Quiet. i
0 nWith anew styl .
Cariae d Harness.
The same would suit a Lady or Invalid.
Terms Moderate. .,i I "


Notice.

THE Undersignp.ed strictly forbids
L ul1 Persons TR Fr, PASSINN on Ier
Grounds atid the taking., aelur f'rori her' Tank.
T'his is to give Notice thi .iia y Person or
Ps.uns r nid 'Tresipiiing hee G roind 'fner
this <:,Ia will Lie prosecuted to the uLiost extent
of the Law.
'MRs. MICHAEL J. BURROWS.
South npton, October Il3th, I S.2 -3

One Hundred Dollars
RE IVWARID.
T E above Sunm will be paid for
such information as will convict the Per
son or Pers-i n who, on Sunday Night I ist, went
on bord tlhe Yacht "ZEPHYR,"' and malici-
nualv cut aid destroyed her ail andI Mlstaind
Solc the RUdder.,
DR. S. A SMITH..
Ilan.ilton, October 9, 1882.


Notice to Farmers.

A few Bullies good Red and \'i'hile
,. "I,.3S, .
on hand. Cll soon if you wis'a to, e:n-ro? a
good article.
.. THOJIPSO.1
Queen Street, Hamilton, "
1,to.-r b ,, 1882. +
For, Sale.

.. -a- .. U _5
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(0 j E ) C.J]Rij,13GE, Set
of HA I Nt': S, and a !air of New Car-
Srisa!e L %31P -'.*.
S" 'iply to
H. LOGAN SMITH,
Royal ,a Fynieer Canteen,
+ -. : P r' ,'-p -'t,
Between the Hours of 9 a.m. and I p.u),
October 16, 1b.2.

Mlinard's Liniment

A Supply of this famous8i Reitedy
for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Stiff Joints, Burns,
Bruises, Sore Throat, &c., &c.,
Just Received lby
WAINWRIGHT, GORHAM & CO.,
S 1Medical Hall.
I September 12, 1882.-I1 m


FO~~~'KS
Coumpicte Ani~ares-'
Bermuda.


lfor


Notice.

Mr. GEO. W. WEST'
Has Received from Teneriffe ,via
New York his Supply of
Re,-1ed& Vhkite OnQion .Seed
Which will be ready for delivery on WED-
SNES9DA.Y.
From the care t:n in the selection of this
Seed, the Subscriber has no doubt it will prove
epiual to the I)bst in the market.
GEO. IV. WEST.
Crawl, Sept.r. 28th, 1882.

NOTICE.

The Smithery Business
FORMERLY carried on in Hamilton by.
:F. W. VOSSMER will in ftue becon-
ductCt1d by
F, W. VOSSJIlER and G. iV.
YOUNG .
With their extensive knowledge of the busi-
ness, the observance oft punctuality, and with
a ,u.trante, of satisfaction generally, respect-
fully solif.its a shareof the Publie Patronige.
F. W. VOSSMER & CO.
Hamilton, October 2nd, 1e82.

Wanted,
( bout the 6th of Aovember next)
A G HO f, to look after a
A Horse and Trap.
S pi.ly .,t the 'OliCe of thi I'Pai'per
Hamitotin, October l3_ 18hl. -

Notice.
TO prevent any misconstruction obtaining
1 thloulgh my advertisement iln refereueeto
Bills outstanding tor Goods hal1 from my
Store, I deem it advisable to State definitely
that the !same has no reference dLrectly or in-
directly to any person except those owing for
(,oods,
R. H, DUERDEN.
Hamilton, August 21st, 1882.

William James Heney,
U UUCTIOJ E LR,
Shipping and Commision A0 gent,
4i ,'erm street ,
HAMIL4TON, BEi ilUDA.'
Protipt ath nti-on i'.'i- to consignments.
if' iceti cji Wednesdays and Fridays,

Hard Sto e Lime.
11Ol L ei1.
For Sale.
A Quantity of the above warrant-
(-ed fard Stone, for Sale at CooMBs
iFAsi, 'outhaml.ton, West.
SArraugements miay be mad' for delivery at


re t .th, Kiln or at any l:irt oU
SGEORGE B. FORRESTER having' nalvzed 'cation to
in Ja several qualities of Bermulda oil, is pre- T. V. p
pared to furnish ;t COMPLETE MANURE. S 2
(o luitalhe to the several crops grown in these Sepember -', Iss2.-" ms
it Islands. B .u d -Yet
Potato. Bemua


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Tomato,
Ounion,
Beet,
Strawberry,&c., &c.
A trial is soliciif ed.
Full directions will be given to each buyer
Price furnished and orders taken by
HENRY A. AMI FH.
or, GEO. B. FViOR) ESTE:,
Manufacturer, 161-, Front Street,
New York.
amnilton. August, lith, 18.2.-3 m.


-.-Please aplly to -
'+"++ l Y+T DYER -
I-ln,,iltun, ',ltubl, 5, i,:2. SE LF.- CURATIVE S,V



X-o' o. uRELiverpool, Qteentown, London,,
.... New York.
ni ae tes J aiV teamer. Chronic Neryous Diseases,Nervous Debili, Phy. SPAIN, ELVETIA HOLLAND
S . i al Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis, EGYPT, THE QUEEN, DENMARK,
I'S I L IP../ '' 00 Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorder?, Imnpotnev, ENGLAND, ITALY, L'ANA.DA,
t-l '., .\ i Qi .NS1% '(J\VN, .. Liver Complaints, Dyspfp8ia, Rheumatism ERIN, FRANCE, GREECE..
'LEAVE NEW I tOK l Headaches, Female Complaints, PrernalureDe- The STEAMSHIPS of this line co'pr1scs
Sat TWELVE of the largest steame-tihs ,b lunging
ER19 V % %A.Y tbVAl. cay'7,O to ,.on Company in the Atlantic serve lear-
S .* iin the port of New York. They are built en-
\VISCr\S1'N Tues.-1 y, Oct. 10i-at 3-3.) p.m NO MIEDICINE IS NECESSARY. I timely of iron and steel, except the mu rely de.-
ALASKA l 1at 81-r1 a.m HIS wonderful discovery iu the application of corative parts, are divided into wat..r-tight
V. .t ..., 24, -at .00 p.m Electricity enables the ifei'e give scien- and fire proof compartments, and provided
ARIZONA3at L-00 'wth everything calculated to add to their
.ON^ Nov. 7, fint 0'0 pan fi$a attention to his o,,n case in accordance with safety, and to the comfort and convenience ofh
WISCONSIN 14-, at '7Oti q.mn Nature's laws. Th belt acts by aid of the hea passengers. The saloons and] staterooms (all
ALASK A 4' 321, at 1-36 p.m and moisture ot the body and evolve cnntinumni on the main deck) are unusually large, light,
Tlie \rI) ., leurit.ners prebuilt ,presslyv foi currents that infuse the system with the vitalizing and airy. The table and geie-ral appoint-
the Tki",-^ vwte Itht Iulkhieads, aml element until the disease is overcumne, and a re- miLents coml are favourably with the best hotel.
eary fxT.crilecel.' ihter, ur.econs uad Si,.-.- cuperaive proesps established. in England.
ardenres. Sin. ot.hes t AeLaeenslutionisaren lThe Elect.ro-ManDetic Curient,as evolved by Dr. One of these steamers will sail from New
...--e. Ti, > IIIJmm icum l -,Ho.r aei[ Te E C r* evle bD. York every Saturday, for Qu-rnstownvi and
,.ra,,..d ., .1.. 1'i Lamr ,,, a.. the Bran'~ applinces,strengtaens the nervous e yetem Liverpool, an] weklv for London lirect, from
State hfeor*are1rrr- ig into tie givtforce to the brain a,, digestive function, re- : New Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage
oaliou t ;r.ti;'ijigon radid ligl't-' stole Lh.st ot' impaired power of body or miud, in, urrency:-To Queenstown and Liverpool,
oHtan f 1'i t 1 t, arid P i o on whether arising from acts of imprudence, sickness $50 to $70. To London dire,t (Victoria Dock")
t1 ""' : i iu o roldage. $0' to $60; excursion tickets $)0O, currency;
e!"...........ch.. Steerage passage $26, currency. For further
The IU. ail t "ame ) rin.'o from lllustited Pariphletsgiving all parliclars, sent particulars apply to the Company's Offices,
,er ,,udi, 'I" ur, tr api, ,encralty arrive'c at "New
ork. .n nd nner, rir arra. e- on application.. Orders received through any re- Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Broadway, New York.
be transfoaretd' direct to fthe Liierpool Steanier Bpousible Commission house, and in ordering iend J. HURST,
brsaih rr. d etol'edg'"oo measure round the waist an. -,ate the nature of the anaer.
sailui i nrxt day. .. Manager.
S..- WIL LIAM S & GU s ON N, complaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to New York, January 27, 182.
order. Address: .N Yr Januar 27" .....
Agents,,, ELECTRIC A LIANC GO- -
S. 9)Brradway, New Yok. ELECTRIC APPLIANCE O., IANOS and Organs sold on the Instalment
ew Yomk, op-'eat'bcr 21, 62. 147 LE.'ITH s-r, NEW YOnt-, U.S. Plan at E. T. Child's.


f' the Island on appli-

EWTHERER.

erinary In-


firinary,
REID STREET, HAMILTON.
TH EODU!t E OULIi.R. IDGE, D.V.S., Re-
sidence, tamilt.in,
E. hI'E'[ ml Vi' H, D'.S., Re sidence, Ham-
iltoni Pdaish.
ii iv tii t. ige,, '', P,'f,-siomm:,llu on r'ues-
da).-- 4 .rli.-.,: ; ( -pnrli,., i'sqr's.
i t i. vSt .Somerset on Fri days.
Reid ;i., H.iini..ni, January 2, 1I 2.

UO 0D F`E
:Everybody wants it, butl very few get it
because most people do not know how to
h.lect colotr--, or it is .'iitl in the roast-
ing or maldng. To obviatu these difficul-
ties has been our study Thurber's pacik-
age coffees are vh.-:ted by an expert who
nnderstandw' the art of blending various
flavors. They are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
Swell in small quantities), then put in
pound packages (in Itin l-,tn, ,ot iiutiil,
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
g.'nvUihntn.s, LLand each packagecontainusthe
SThurber re ipie for making good Cotec. We
Spacktwo kinds, Thurber's No. 31," strong
and pungent ; Thurber's ''"No. 41," mild
and, rich. One or the other 'will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
.youl quality, honest qio.tlity, i:eai,,,ble
price. Ask your f 1 o r o,t' r tonr" u 's
roasted 0,17l in"poid" pi,::'-s. -V.. 34" '
or ",No. 4i.' Do not b e 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, beu
and' ch,.lupest coflte-.pot in existence.'
Grocers who sell ort' Cotfee keep them.
Ask for, descriptive circular.
respectfullyy, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and C'offe
Sloasters, New York.
P.S.-As the largest( dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesoie goods and pack them in a tidy
and satisfactory manner. All goods
bearing our name are guaranteed to be,
of superior quality, pur,. adnd whole.sine,
and dealers are author i ied to refund the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is,
therefore to the interest of both- dealers
* and consumers to use Thurbers' brands.


Colzonal Secretary's Office,
9th October, 1883,
T HE following ACTS have been passed by the
LEGISLATURE OF BERMUDA during the press.
ent Session:
1882.
No. 13.--"An Act to amend and continue the
Schools Act, 1879."
(In force to 31st December, 1885."
No. 14.-" An Act to provide a Steam Ferry be-
tween the Salt Kettle and the Town of Hamil-
tonil."
(In foree to 31st December, 1.S87.)
No. 15.-" An Act to provide (fr the discharge of
the Duties of the Mayor of Towns during their
temporary absence frum thee Islands, and lfor
otber purposes."
(In korce Indefinitely.)
No. 16.-" An Act to provide for the marking of all
Packages of Vegetable Produce to be shipped
from theoe Islands."
(Tu free to 31st December, 1885."
No. 17.-" An Act to cintinne and amend the Actt
for the regulation of the Post Office." "
(Tu force to 3tst December, 1890.)
No. 18.-'* An Act to atui-nd the Act or consolida-
ting aid amending the Law relating to I.er-
ceny.
(In force Indefinitely.)
No. 19.--" An Act relating to the Office of Provost
Marshal General."
(In force Indefinitely.)
CAVANDISH BOYLE,
Colonial Secretary.

CROWN

BOTTLING CO MP ANY,
Corner of Reid & Burnaby Sts.,
Between Medk-al Hall and the 'Gazette' Office
Hamilton, Bermuda.
Manufacturers of all !:inds of Aera-
ted Beverages, Double .soda Water, Lemon-
ade, Belfast Ginger Ale, Quinine Tonic Water.
Champagne Cider, etc., etc.. of superior qual-
ity, Soda Water and Seltzer Water in Syphons.
Prices as l.iw as any other establishment.
Sj,--_cial Terams to Canteens, Messes, and
large Consumers.
August I1', s182.-3m.

Notice.

PICTURES.

The Undersigned has just received
Irom LUNDON a fine-ot of

(LANl.-C-lAPb and other Views), framed
and urtfranmed.
The Public are invited to call and inspect
same.
A. R. THOMPSON.


Queen Street, Hamilton.
October 10't h,3lS. .

The Liverpool & London
JJAD GLOIE IJSSUR.
ance Company.

T'HE Undersigned having been appoint e
Agents in Bernuuda for the above Com-
pany (one of the leading Offices in Great Bri.
tain and of -li' years t tanuling) are pri-parel to
offer protection againt FIRE at Joderate
Rates.
The Annual Report of this Company subL
mittel at bhe last General idMeting in Liver-
poolin May, shewing Dividend then declared,
with many other interesting -tatistics, the
Undersigned will be pleta-.l to show to any
one who may apply to then at their Office.
J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SONS.
Hamilton, Bermuda, )
14th August, ISS. j

J. M. McNeill & Co.,
64 Front Street, 65
Are ready to take Orders for Gent's
White Dress Shirts,
Measure taken -ond Fit Gu.. C :,,i..ed.


A Large \-8so rmeit of

All of ih I. t. deis i.ns.


"' S i'Inple. I'.os,.is, orn hanJ.
i or iref'-rci, e to 1; .. to
J., M.,LiLL & 10.
Itmiilon, Aug t 29, SI.* ,
TIME IS MONEY.
(IHILD can supply you with a reliable Clock
' fro S/,' to .:. All Warranted.

diL ,'..;C.-OUT''OBER, 1832.


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TU' BERMUDA ROYAL GAZE I b 8s published
every Tuesday, by DolNAte.L M'PnE:L I..~E,
Printer to the Queen's .~ostl E'xccilent
Saujesty,
AT HIS OFf ICE,
North-west Cornerof Reid and Burnaby Streots,
Hamiltoin,
Where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.--Agents
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Supplement to the Bermuda, Roal.d Gazette, October 24,


DU.'T, .-PECTACLL'S. QUILLS, &c.
D'r.:-. 1.' :T.- -Y ,u hit ve l..'b::;u e .nj..,3 iitg tr.I
f,....ur:. -.f 1itlt from t!.i- -iide ,f t:.' ni at( r. A age.
gre-ph:. all-.iu -hip, it i .thiam el. -, 1.-%.-p ;;.. f.r thi
-,,,,:lntm!, .at n a w.t r.-i .i1,, t., I .c.,'t- na- n .-. Tni
A.,y.L .-.. "rrT :. I laea'- j' .-.'t t .I 1, V .--'t II y ILL
la.-t -s,:-., -- aI ll- '-.f tL.- Et r,'u" ri-al.--I ut-lit-
1 t 'ake< t ri n- r th- I..'.. .. I.V..i lity ,
I",,. ',:.' ,," ,t ]i.,il .... i iti -. The u-iutte-r .'f hih
3rd Epistle a -'-.iBy fin.- a ip, ri-LA.l and then a poll
tical object. If my I. y,.. ... n.:,i deceive i.-., i
Sin:,:e lP :. th : i'in, in (r.tinue..ti..Li with that troubling
P' *it;.-.,, material for ,:I.,,:-.'. While 1 was th(
ri -,..'-. ..ul-- butt, silence was pi-' .n. I suppose
t,- 1. ,u'.', '-ill r. "- i't '-nidz l n no lon.r'r'. Let i
l-I ,.--tin-. v" krni.. that .ill thli. \ r. i.- k candi-
dates are exempt frI .- any part or lot in th.:- agita-
tion, by your .,rr 'l"hI.ii P. .l' ti-a, ..-
exempt, Sir, in the jui-!n.-1t of the it ri-..-r ,f thi
letter. My censor accuses t.- ':f- l-:..kin.: thi.-.e-l.
,! -!.* .0 i, p' et ,,q I :lD it th -. i ," -.",:- -h" ,',i
*,.: ,: t ." -. i.:tn, : t ,.l ii u .. ind. I n .. ,t '_ -".I t
i.i '. '*i.h- ...r ., l...-rs tha.it ( uii d u aiMr.-l 1, an ,.]
aIt t! -..' L' t:'i', i.hil.A' the mild consciousness,
that if it' were my wont to make a litt1.- more
liberal use of sid g r ids, un.-r I. r ..-i. -..1.-,.l-.
nomination, to laim, I w. iii I.-:n, ..l-.je- t .i.-
cive to more pl-:.-ti.r,-. The I"-. p-..ilI,,.-it..n by his
-pen credits his .oi-t.-r" with the deep ,'I.-; n, in
the offensive action, of paying a ,,..-it.l-i' i to tie'
other dissenters. C h. ,IO hw! ,ta- ..-u'-tl nit ,le paid
at the expense of Justice. If only at ... -r.-'. i,
this was at be e--xp,.: of Jutice. (',.i-pleriii 11.u:
S:r. iw.vemoved me, in tlhi ba-.kj.- to n.,.itrL.
I i..t-VU thought that there are grrit, r things at
stake than ,.nrplin.,-t *. The charge is no com-
jliiut. And to return i." mplimtrir -'..,;ir l.:t-
ter, at(..,. J only too deci.-. I t.-stii..n:',, t:-t t ist i
-with t. IL .Ui..rt-h. ;. ; u .i wiih t: --it of
the matter, you so ri.uly .i-. i--, that your soul,
i,-e:,n i'.-, has be n h...1-'ug .ii,.tin. They
r via- l a d *.l..,r.:i1.-. .va ,int :,if ,-r ; .u.t. on of their
tlh:,,,-,.--- i with pr-':yv, wh.- 3 --a in question.
Wia\hc t- v have been concerned about compli-
ments, the, writings of more earnest men, have
bt,-n r ,. -.ui;,ir ",i-r. : r," "peace," and even
thi'v .-."' A c there not principles involved in
ti.i ; i..l, .- n ? Can the r.rin- ils .t are
involved be shut out from W',acwi-:k:- If the
thumb.serew can be applied to ftl..- tlnit.c., a id the
whole body not ..if- r, I..t it I,' .-li,-. U ,.,w. L'
Pembroke has any grievance from the custom peti-
tioned against, so has Warwick. Besides, it is not
true that Warwick has no direct interest in the
matter. We have members who have vaults in
more than one Parish graveyard. I feel .,".I1,y
1".-it. nit f tli;- :i1a % :-public, by said 1It- ft:r, of
s,.. ill--I.a'-.,:v>-. :i t!ii -:-, as this 1- ii- t. It is poi-
sonous. It has, so far as I am aware, a.., hi-tri,
parallel and let us ],i ., that it may have none.
The i', titi-u profe --'-*, t.- --pr.-u nt 1 of :lic po-
p'l-di- n. My chief -.1T :'-.l. i- .-'i.l to be, that
oi a.--iirninr to be a re-resentiti p of Warwick
Presbyterianism. The -_ult unl.I r i .,nt 1
these associations, if .i- ..i i..: ..-1. A r..
dence of some 1I.. _i iih1i r, 1 I_ '. i, 1 I ,I .! l. i,.
form me, that any i-',. -," -i w.- --' .6.-1 t.ar?
thi Burials i' 1 '- -. 2. An effort after :1-:
information on the -ti.ij. -,t. J:1-.7h' :.: '.'-... the
!1 :, ... ..- tI i,- r tr a -,..- a .'t ii t ,. i :ply,
from .1 .-. %ll-int"i :,i l .l -. that all his f1..- -
ligionists are in favour of the .;, .. ir ~.:
the Petition.-No mention was nI,..- i'. -nof the
intended deed. 3. N. r ;,r-. :- ,:a;.- is -i ..,-
to represent or r.,r-"--- to ropreo-r-o the entire
units of the l.. 'i r.: 1' 1 -. .I i, -Ve not, with
all that has been written and read since the day of
p.litil..lui.-, got ', siuI,1.. hint to remove my ori.
ginal conviction t!. It I acted in the interests of
those represented. This at any time is sufficient
g. -..'un.l f ;. such action. That public man is most
-n>uv...-:th-7 of his trust, who acts for what his peo-
ple may think, or -..ii.. of ILA i.rn .l;.,: may "' ,.,, is
their interest and ,i-at t 1-t,,1t :I:-y he conceives
is tl.--' interest. H 11.1 ti-... :- th kindnot dis-
tinguished the men of the past, we would have to-
day, ,-.tr '..nI ititi- ',l .-i-ti' at-..u, nor our Bible,
neither ",._1'-1 'n Lu-l r -the K"iu.l.. in of Heaven.
The I1.ii-ti-- Ii. John, &c., criticises two pas.-
sages in th.-: P ..ir In the former it scents un-
e.arit:i.l- ..,-., which, however, its .i- r'i-ity fath-
ers, on no sinister design, but incapacity on the
part ..4 tl. petitioners. "Annoyance and pain,"
contain the bad. ..t It is asked if it is the
, suilli.. written service, &c.," that annoy and
cause pain? The question is ;th,,r an in-.i,.t to
the inti.-11i ..-u..- o., ll whom it concerns, or an evi-
denc(- ,' 1.il hl-lu,--, in him who asked it. He has
the right to .1,...-li.,u which and is welcome to either.
In the latter passage he hits upon no novelty, it is
true, yet upon a ...:-n._thi-n, that is not desirable.
The petitioners have it. It is the Old Ad ,i.,."
Hie is,..-V .-'..a:,., ,-to be found in the word
"humiliation," with its context. The .:. it i,,, re.
gardsit.a humiliation" for di-- t.i. l' i- ;.-
3di:-,'il., train, console, commend to the Arms ,fi
Je .t', .iy out, e...-til, hearse, follow to their own
Parish Graveyard and a vault which is their o.wn
private 1propcrfy, and then-and i1ht u, well, suc-
cumb and be aliens to the ....ii-:..- -lii.h, or no
bodies. The writer summons P..II t'.- AI..-rl,--,, t
his aid, to make the ... ...' L I .- 01 .: i.,i.,,"
who has-called this xpr .,- I ... "humiliation" pro-
nounced. It is to i-.. ti' -1 that it could be
thought that Paul would hear his call. If any
mere man has .,...t' ,...i!l i- this earth who could
not grease the '-. .'-. ,t .xr, itis that man of Tar-
sus. At this point the writer's conscience revives
.ta,.] 1, says some nice things on behaviour in
('hi,. ii, which have no rfO'-i'lP ,,ring. -ar T, his
subject, other than t,. --h..-- t. .-!,.1 h I'.-, no business
to try and treat it. Tli.: on ral.- iu.l ,taty .. >:.-
nominational.. i. .t, isa jewel sadly.. ui i ...: ; |-
with its surroundings. 2 -.'- L- *-a-.i.i' I It'.
work under these stars-that viz.: ...f 1-T',:..-.. ..-
and otheirs-for t!,.- must be hi na': alli- Will
he tell us how? Will he deal inr.. i. .:i.'vy with
the ii,.- t!,t ,.. in and under I,- i ... a ihemre
and l.". 'it ,.i. t,.. way? When he does T guniran-
tee a hearty rush from this side of the li. .-- I n-
til I,. .]... -, l. must excuse me for ti.. c.-i :i..: i:-
way ,,- '.. iar ..1, to the most enthusiastic on ti,
same side and the recital of it in L.i' -,ii.u.i -,
trivial cant. The matter in debate, by some mis-
hap, has been i:,p I......-hd, inthe last i: ,,t -di in
the words "imaginary right." It is not un-
natural 'that he should suppose, that a.. : ith .:.n-
ers are wholly ignorant of the subject: Tl'.:v .Vio'
.all .tr"n.-rr. Tht alone, however, is -..tr ,ali-n
!ut a. '.i,..i-.. ,..f t1,:- presence of the thing in sus-
t.i. ...i. Th- l..;a:-tis abig one.. A few sentences
can -. .'Sr.:.ly gettoit.. iBut I a ar.i the iH- Eu rtien
of acting, as we have acted, on the g".ta -'d ru'-rly
of imagination a serious insinuation. Le-t me a 15:


th ,:n that this petitioner is awai I..if :ih tiig.1 as
these;-(1) The Rector's clainim i, 1: ,--...1 tl'.-- ax-
istence of the Church of i'-'l..a--l in BI.irni,-I.
"(2) The establishment of l.-i- ..-ii -1 .'- .l,-- ...-II
any Island does not mean the ..-t.0..clu:-ut ,.it th.'-
Chuir. I, of England there, \tmh all its l.iws.
(3) Episcopal discipline was -it. u.I, Itre unukitL
Charter of James I. but it can't I:,- -I,-la -i thit thut
was the Church of En:lfiil in Bermuda., ..... i
its laws. (4) Ti'-i-. c-tal.,.il.u!l ti t Lega:l' .i-. -i LnI:t
in practice, by Puritan influence, and ii i., a, t y
"Commission" of the Commonwealth, a.-il it w.t
not revived during the ,.f i-r l i'0 of the ('..: .i:,any.
-5.. When the Colony came under the Crown and
its present life began, with its new constitution,
the (t'Lurii of Eu'.-l ii was not established, nor
anything after the -':.' .i, if the Church of England.
The article in the Constitution to the point or that
bears in some way on the point, empowers the Go-
vernor to collate alike to Churches, Chapels, and
all Ecclesiastieal benefices. Eight years before date
of this same article the population .,-f Enatmuad a was


otfliially reported, j Presbyterian, and the rest In-
d, dqp:udeats. 16) The Church of England has not
- b:.n it:lli- h.-.j in Bermulia since thl Colony bh--
g, in life uind--r the Crown. 17) There is le-xisla-
: t:n whit'h look- in th-3 direction of an Episr:opial
r E.At:i ,li. i,. ut. lbut it i h,.t ....,.-I by othi r legi.- i.-
. tinu. i.NI T'iT- plivilre a-'tdc. upon at rres.ut, i.'
S '-, to' -liy freirn t. pritih (Co,,,nial li;'..- .' this
, ye. thi it. it '-...ind:.l .n i.i-.t unquei.';,-unable' hi-
. tori- b.i,-i,., ir is lttl.e .ho.,rt of a comi;roliiiiseof r an--
t h-".l, to tolerate it no,. Bermuali iu- w,-ri, free.
denizens in 16i5. 'They .dlnu be no -it.sm t''-day.
e Even t1-.-.:- not.-, iI a.nilt, indi.-a.te thit dcme-
3 thing ninr, than im--.l.ilai,n y .ra AfAly be citedas
t a .ih r-r, in t[h: ..,-ti.. I.f tiL per-ititiner.
. I iuii.r si.-y ,i ,u a, lj ,i,,l ;1,.at yo,.ur onrr,-spon-l'ut
1 L riui.--, t,,,.i nrn-i1 ..i the .i' l for .-c-rv e- in id-
- the Pari-L li',iur,_ h.-., t.e ,'-adi.l- t. lhi.- cl lim of
O tb- I'-'titi That thr-,.- .,- Chur-rh.-., in Parish
Graveyards is not a i, :.-it:tv-. HoI hl i, been rni5h,
f too, in rg.-a.irli.: h- Pr.--.ytrian MImber.a, who
Sdid not vrt.', t. run," a. more tliqiui.-.,'' that
9 fluwv int, 0ci...r ter.r-...,litii upon a to'iuh While,
,.*-nu, it i- nrio..t milu.liky thai he- will succeed in
S -*aenl:-rin any li-i a tfe,:tii.-, l.. tweenthe "Br-tbrei."
and M- y own Pa.-,mr.
I am, your much obliged Servant,
JOIN WALLACE,
P T.rfC, Oct. 1lith, 1 32.

R AC' i.')UTiiE .suH- ELLY P AY.
D .Ai Sip,-The race-course at Shelly Bay, f.or
several aften,-iu,.,ns durin-c Ol.e pu,t-. week, has been
b the c .:,.- : ..r attract:.mn. 2,[ In aI v, 2i] I, .ul- iL,,I.
animals, as wetl a i.,..ur ..t t. ,,,l I.'.. .rit,- ",-r.-
there, all ,ik, ,,hl,..-,i. ,r. .tl tr.iinin:, and ap.
..-:I, ;,:a t,,,.,.J ,. ,, their running round
the course ; but of --.>uri- tl...ir BEST time was not
bhown. Tl,-e ..urt, ., in fair t.):diti,:.n and one
or two InI.-rovn.-unt itha-vbt iLn.u nma.le and itis sus-
',[-ptill. f .f ,thl .-.s
JOCKEY.

DEAn r. .... ,, ..)ws that our
nu"Ln. li:er.," ra..i ,,will take plat_ : t S;,eli ]3.ay. on
the 15th of N..veul'.-r, and that thev will be
well and r,: j'..t:,,b!y itt.c-k : b.ut, i all ithi
there are many r:..,,' b', : e in Frmui.. wh.',
always make pi .i:t f -,tyi u-_ awayn, and always
give for tlh- ,t -,i:,:, t. "'-flit ,,.U not *, rd t,,
,, ti., seetile ht.,r.... whi>i,,.. au.l raced to death."
As to their l. -iin- ra,:.-.,- t., j it, I do not think;
ther-.: i-. any i.in- two horses ik.- more than 1"v-
ing ai.,-!.ily 1.,.e with one .LU'.lthr, ;-.i when the
whip i',.-li.. [lien the fun for th-! h,.-,- ,i:,li l-
ly vanishes, and what a moment i t.. .'. wv, his
amusement now becomes a .!,- ru reality. I have
often 1hil.- on t[., ttrrr u.tt.-:biu. a race felt ii
heart sicken at t -L t. i-i.:i.u .. ant of a whip anI
and knew it was PlpLi -uU'.: given oi u':..,f.].Un,.
How is it titi teb' riniua.ij who ,.:iw. ,.uir
.,-_ '.. -h... have transgressed b-..th the laws of 'GoD
and man are j ra, t. '. from the I :t-,..If-Ain -t I.,
-.hil-.an una .ti,.u-.ii L- rutr is flogged wvithi it
mercy i:.l, :,i,.-t as severe an instrument. Now
suppose our HuntC 'i..0-. i- .I'!, a race in which tlh
spur and the whip should be al.-olisherl; the r.i. t
-,,",,-i then depend upon ib.. innate .mi.:ttl: of the
horse and not upon the rider who can best I a .'. n be
whip. If such races could b.e e-,ctlliih-.,, I fancy
t1 oul.l T-e th-- rn, ':,a ..f : .-.xal.-uin. l- ..it:*..u
:a:;-':tr ...-a- I!,.u'tad. :".,-utry to) -hli:,w tt,(:.. .L other
1 iat hi -. ,.-. .i ,v;thout ti,: cruel persua-
sion of a whip or spur
I am, dear Sir,
A FRIELNI TO TH.E H-'<.:IL.

'i':U NOIhTll (CAI'CU;-iI'S FITNEsz FO3P
AGf C1 LTURAL I'U I O-'~1-.
from the Turks' I'., J. -..... S' : .. ,, /, S .., ,', ::.7 .
In to-day's .'-- ,'Jr.Fpears LJLir a Gov-rn.ment
N ,Ati.',,, the i -ej, .!t f,-c. M r' i'l.rnu,,r, Ltheoi v u-.
ment A.,eftl andDirectir of Agri,.ultureat Le C'Ll-
e...'t I isa .in inter. -.t ing d'c '.ment, shadorwi,,rf.r t '.hIe
,..,, f.-.r the tutni, u r i ,.s .t to th..,. I l .,.1,, little
dr,.a : l i A it i,..' ta bytih, pcor', I,,f ttce "T.' lk.e I _-!anl.a
-vs r.. ,; ti,. : a o,' i bt-en iu a dhecti'.. lis-
S': ily- ,pp ,..~:,o to any pursuitofan agr. i:?tifl
S,. ..-tr. I. i- appti,:'i. i.,ed, however, that from
the diminished in..wiit : s I Lu Turks Islanders and
the depletion in the number of the white i`.',..l-
tants, by emigrating elsewhere, as well as '1:. ., -
part;: ,.'-f our yv,.ur 1il...r-r to St. .":a-'.; ..'that
the i. .. .:,. ,' f il., .i-..-. here labor is netsarce,
must be developed, in a measure, by ..lIh.r parties
possessed of some capital and of f ur.-.iig proclivi-
ties, and this will depend on tIu wise and liberal
action of 'le rio,:-in,.t ie. olf.ciiag an ttiatti..
of cheap I.,u I, '. iinthr- a small T...* ir:t:i yto
settle there, even if th., I only thr-.- -r l.,' i -
dividuals in the ti--t i.IO: .i;:C. Giv .t t i,,,1,r ,,
condition, there ,I little doubt that, Mr. I umiu,: t"
announcement as to the .ipability ,,f tb-h I,iaid-
or of those Islands, for il.cre- .i: acae ral d i.i!-.
by creeks-willbe verifii.J. Tih ceL'. of e!:ariu..
wood landis from 15 to '21( t-illiung.t pe .-er., ,i,.
stone, ve.,:-i and lime art- pr-.., i.ral..i- t. 3 th, spi.t.
ThIt r,'- ar no taxes e.n l.in.t, or -'.L r-, ir.- or. .'-.i
or any direct ta:.:o i,.r, tx,'* :pt li i li '-. 1i, ii n-
portduties are 1D .r..--at. ,.-' -. '. ; p.,:,
i, i ;ii .- i f th e :, .i.. i.i, oo f :t.-,. I i;.. i i..i, !-
ments as free of .,li aut.y; b..-.i,'- w. 'n., \i arct
in trx ,. :al.- ; i fa ( t t-. iral ai'i...it ,- t'- ilt ,n ,li
imports. We h" "lin. i+- t;., Ac' an C-vi-.i
one the Canard :1'o.at from iIi lifii'x aniil It.rml.1 ,
calling here every f.urtih .M.Iol'-, w],|il!e t;,- ,. ?.
,. ,i. of the '..a -..rik tinei -'t. 1 ,.r.,i :.t ;t i e vii[,
us every fifth M1.r:.i.,y -' .....,: Suiit,. :t .1, iturn-
ing here two 'wvt -;, latir oin h r .iy : N',: w York.
A fourth ir ila .- nt.-a t, i 1:... :- ,f fa it i .- it. .
young (il'..lt. i .t il. j t JNew.i i.. th t u.U..- G,o--
ernment has :..-t l.'i-.,:d n ..,,ilii..l at a' pl :.i.<,
with a it.;i..l .. ae,. man fr tiri J.uns i. a: in '.h.i'.. ,
who is ,!i-r vi-. I L.,- the .\:-i- iau t l.',.i ai.-i .,'.,-
of l'-t I; Iz rm .:.t,-ir v.i n iL- ,y:i his pl e i.ui..r-:tl i-i',
to tl.-_ i.-....
S[A ,, 1'- i.f t:i' [ r'..'i ,-.min :.*- a e o ,; ,i- .. --
E d. .. ., ',. ,- 1. t. . -

S A PRIZE BEAUTY.
Ti- ;.rio.. t.ffhr.i to thi. most beautiful woman
at thlie- people's festival in. Ltu1.l. P,. -th, lI'u.:;ar;',
r. at. .i t. [di..ti>: i .,n, at u "'lt'rja. ti.'.l ;." i e -
i,, -, m uhilt ,,,!- t,, ., t ,,tu.. ... t h! ,,i ; t! '. ,.i\ er
\.~,, ..,crt-n p". --" -u -.-1 t'.e.i ..:.l. I..o .:.v- tl .t. b ,t f
i .l 'l ..- '... i.* .-i .. N:.l ,,- :-. a tim e tn-I
.: .,hanilih.Lt'. .. -...:.i n-,. ju.Lt,-.l '.t-,i passed. on to
a v. .irin.r ;--'....,;:. WV. n th.., v l,,: nt i-. r had
.-.:n.- i r: 1. i.-. t'-y v. ,re .'galn t.[i:,',a l: .:.re- th:


jui. _--. -i,-ly, :.nd li :ii!y :l r ,I pl,, .:. to,.-the.-r in'
IIne'. A-.lt r .l it:,. l i1,,pt..[..u th t,:n nr1 -.-t l.. uti-
'ful ,. .-. I v '. .l~ tii: l .idl t n,- n.t dim- li.- 1, i' .1
th.-i a fit ithii ,riiller nunmb.r thei two l.:.--t ,:
:,ll :r .-. .. ..'.a. u fir tL.- fir.,-. aul --...w l I r i/ .
But thii-' w-v. a iwork of diticultU-y and' wi,-, uut ,et-
tkil t.. th, ati--f..t;,t u .:.'f ill. The v tor in the
tilutjrni:: zixte..-u, tL diLauiht' r of anu c.tli.Ll in the. iup. iil
borchl.- d. He r i:lai hnto beauty ,r-st up.:.n :. ai in-
iug tran-ri-.pi t ..ilI.]t Xii.i ni.,-ltling brown y.-d,.
a tiw.!l n.outh, ii. h ldaik-1..I-wn h:.r, anmda formof
yv..utalful '-r,..-... u it hi r itaturrs, at,. not wholly
rt>-n:iiu, rni.l the m:j.uth nudthe head are not perfect
in riMalc. H i.-i r .,1a- iph taken in a. dress that
is b.:in-g ntd,. fi..r I...r Iv it.:' first dressmaker of,
IHuueary i?' 1t i.. sent t,. all the illustrated journals
(<.fEuir-:. ftor t'.bli.:rti.-u. The prizes were brace-
lets of gold inlaid with ].-ii.,:io-iu stones and ol rare
workmanship. This (. ,[ e-tit, i, is said to have
shoe n th : I u i ,: a. i that they can boast of every
type of female loveliness, and they are taking
advantage of the privilege.


& E. ATKINSON'

P PERFL I ER Yq
cel b r I .r l. y 1 itr-n'ary r ant.i of
the v'a,- bi.4.: 'lf '-h ni.ura i.t-. FI r il.-
purysri-y t -a'.. r tire. 'ir v r e it Las obtinail I
the fAil-..:ng-
EssurlITl-),r' P'Zl s MtDn :..
SLt,-,.n, 563 arki Il"'7. 47,.. ',ua, 137.
In ,1A c.7-2 r-n.t.1--;. Ptt& bit at-)li'hs.lQ
GOLD IEDAL, PARIS, 1979.-

( ATK6i3SDNS' CHOICE PERFLiU';ES FOR
THE HANDKERCHEF.
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