Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Volume ID: VID00098
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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vzo.,4.-Vl. LV am.G~e5-; 7X C* 1spe

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
DEA. MR. LEE.-I find I must again beg the
favor of a little space in your columns to reply to a I., GJ UNDY-SpJarikling,
correspondent in your last, umlrer sigiiuvn himself
.' One of the Brethren," but who I b.trounly sui C A11A .GN-Mdet & uhandon& E:t.ra I1,
pect is neither more nor lee; than my old ..r ,,u
young) friend "Presbrteri:n," in a new disguise ,'ut
This critical friend made his final bow as he called1X '" ivr.v
it a few weeks ago, but being urged on probably SaranI',
by his colleague, and emboldened by the silence :t, l'eray.
with which his last literary xplit was tre.ite.l CHABIL.I.
he again comes to the front. He has taken a CLA[1 ,E i'i-1e ,
in,.iiut to c.nsid-r what to say, and how it should x ,' n, s',nme hoil "
1.e said, and the result of this labour is the letter .ti -I c. ssi\e y'-iei.
signed m:,ove. iBy the way, Mr. Edit..r, ore O -(-ti!l) F,,denhe,,
you not for.iblv reminded in this ,.,f the Mountain L i
which laboarid aud brought forth a Mouse?) Hetirst il,, raunii*,h.
distinguished himself as the author ot that extra,.r. -I QU. '. [il-- .* -%lh:.
diiiarv arti>I.?I headed "The Buriils Que-t i..nseen s Her
from a Presbyterian standpoint witL'.iit We-sleyan ** Cura:ni.1
Spectacles." Now he comes forward with another ** Cr&n i'e C('cia
vrand flourish of trumpets, and anuounces t tothe ,, h r\ l_.'
attentive public that the "Burials Question" i" !.A\I'.:\LA.
about to le "' Review,-d." Surely after sni.-h a1 PORT-Very old ho1le.t
fanfaronade as this one would naturally exp,.-t ,, l rom t w.o-. d
that great light was about to be shed on this vexed T ''a .*.cia.
question; but what is really the state of the cane .
I have read and re-read this Review" and not a ,TER ,N ,.
single newidea hasbeen i.rr.du.1:",l-n.,t the dmnallk-,t SH LR II \'-Aniailiado, ,Sap. ....i, ..ti"..-,
ray of any kind of light, electric or other, has 1.., N :o u 1, & c.
shed abroad; nothing but a reproduction of th. -
thread-a.uieIrgurIentpandw:rn-...-ut stterneiintlt l3,t,'e, -TOLIC A .\\.' iill-.;, ..i.
have been bandied hi.out by writer after writer onu (-,t[' N [| l .\ N| r1 hr. \\ .rr.
this subject for months .ud years, It may coui.:- .I. I ONIter.
quently be ak,,e, Why then take the trouble. t... I tiuZO'i.
reply i-hen uotliing; has lb,-en advanced. A v.-ry ----- ------
pertinent qun.-tion. but the answer is not diffic:nlt. E..liili !. 'd &. i;A'Ik1 '.,
This "Broth, r" has made statements, and ad- i S'llti.Ih,.,i ,r &. \\ it-r,- l i.-' I.
vanced opinions whi.-Ih must not be left unq1iie-- Coin(ies'd i'1 i- Iti..Lt,.It & h':'.ti: ro." ..
tioune.l, and the tirst I shall notice is "I ws.1
ple...l t.j noiti..ethat two .,f -.ur 'lords s-i'itu'il ( )SLL I N (- i t -.,
v.:.ted for the: Attorney (Gn.,: ral'i. m,'ti:.u, and I1 -I niln .\- Sf. aio' ..
they leenu .:,n.ult,.l. ti:.-L.ther with the other o.i" ._. ^ 1, 1' 2. "
bearers, I prreulrue ..ur ,ugegnAti:.n w.:.ual n..t
have been reprreeule-'l." Ref,-rring to. ti:- a.ti..rin
of the Rev. Mr. W.dl,,.e in ji-ui,,g the P.-tition-l Pil,-no. S Ct ": "'St aS a"nd
" My irmupre-si.:,i was and is that his action iu thl
casevwasas a c..inplilmiiuttot other h-di-,tet-,. be7in.i
ersuia'.- it w,:uld Ntr,-,then th,.ir claims," &c. irthda Cards
AaI not ) sure tof the ,-orrectnes,of either of the-.-
views. As far as regards the i..usulting of the I 'S2.
oiS. 1,eaters leading to different results is con-
corned I am totally at variance with him, as I1 C::, and e
know for a fii:t that more than one of hi-rn, hias
expressed opinions exactly ,, to those if PRANGGS P -IZE (C'lHi 1 'I.:
"Presbyterian" and my respected "Brother."
I 1iave no desire to qu,:-sti..n the .' tion of ti.: two
"Inrdis Fpiritiual" in tlihe Hus,-, only I think it NW o. Ellxit n,
quite p.:.o-ible that had this Petition been ,r -.-utr.-.i the ..e of E.
during the first session of the new Parlnnt i- At the SI'i_-e of E. 3ELL -,
stead of the last of the old, the Clkrk would h:Lv,. Sole Agrent for -,rmiliud.
had to record a vote somewhat ....i tI.ut. As re- 5, 7, 9 Church St., West, H:tuiiltlon.
gards his opinion that our Pastor's action was in-
tended as a compliment to the other dissenters, I ALSO,
have only to say the iinpreii.'iia generally accepted
(and I think the correct one) is it, the Rev. John Bis. Choice F ly FLOU Cheaip
Wallace felt it to iM., i h; ...', to sign that petition, OF (ash.
and that after having made up his mind the Cs
step was a right one, he went forward c.l Ilv. i ; I..
t., it- a.::..nu1lil.slr:-'nt, quite regardless of any October 16, 1882.-3pJ
" ti.n:ie.-t in a t~a-p.'t" which that action would
arouse. And if this view is correct, all honour t -
him, fir it is by such men p.,,.-. sing such .i-,es :i. 'B. JO V-- 1 -/
that some of the clogs are knocked off the wheels *
of pt'.gres,. and grand moral victories won. In 0 f l een and RBid r:- ts,
a former letter, "" asks why should Coro;10P
allour1 tyimp hie- be, vLit,:d iu the side of the Hamilton,
W 'v-.ytans orwordsto tho tf ie t-r',ti in ru,'1.' IT; Has just received from London via New York
would aythat I yi'l to no Pre..byterian," Supply .
"Brother" in a hearty guodl-will to the Epis.ropal A Full Supply f
Chur,:h. She has givu- to the world a hiut .f rD -
good and holy ]ives-au.l can point with pardon, a.ii fl
able pride to a list of the names of men who
have sealed their love to God and the Church in
their own blood. All honor to the Church of Eng- G .. .,
land, the wide world has had, and will have, cause
to bless God for her. But do not let your heart Perfumery al-nld Soaips.
run away with your head, my "Brother." The October 24, 1 .-'2.
"Burials Question" is no question of sympathy .
-ith any particular denomination. It is a ques-
tion of Right and Justice, and that alone; and ans A S IT
such ust be dalt with, must be finally settled. I S, A ., -1 i... .
I had not the smallest intention of beint drawn U'iR.EON 1'<.,I TIT ,
into writing on the Burials Questiou, as abler pens IU R EN .
than mine, or that of my Brother Presbyterian," Having returned by the Orinoco" will resume
will have the settling of this vexed question; but his Prufli',i,'u ,I Dties at his (tflice over
it would have bee u diacourteous in me not to have the Medical Hall,
acknowhideded the two "final bows" of my highly i
esteeni,:d "Brother." I would here aik him liamilten, September 26, 1882.
however in parting, what good does he do his own
Church by these challenges'and discussions and
what harm does he fancy he inflicts on the Meth- O C .ti e*
odists by his too apparent hostility to their cause.
".PiCwTien, though perched on Alps, are Pigmies
still." H rightly ,ays I may not look on him P I C T U TR E S
from my tandpoint as a tire Presbyterian. Quite PI C U R U
corrLct, oh my "Brother." Not only do I look -
on you as no tr,ir Presbyterian, but I have my The Unllersigr,,.d- has Just reC,.- Vc
honest doubts of your beiu:r a member of that f\ ) a fine ot of
body at all, at any rate, if you are it is very Iromi lO N afine lot of
clear you have an axe to grind. In conclusion '-
I woud saty to yoau if you desire to make me another
of your final bows," do so over your own proper ,- ,
signature, and I will meet you over. mine-for I ( LAND 'CA'PE and otle Vi.'w.', framed
strongly suspet that. something stronger than and unf'ramed.
whitewash has been used in your get up. The Public are invited to call and in- .-et
Thanking vyou Mr. Editor for your kindness and same.
patience, I remain truly yours, A R THOM-,[,)lN.
War k, Octr. 20, 1882. Queen Mtre.-t, Hlaniltu, 3
Warwick, Octr. 20, 1882 October Ioith,l'.'. -

At Montreal a thief went into the hall of a hotel !
while th boarders were at supper and gathe, i up .t em oval
all the hats. He was making his way out when a
boarder, a little behind time, came in and a&ked him, J t
what he was about.- "Oh," says the thief, "I'm E
taking the gentlemen's bats around ti- L-ary's to From queen
get smoothed." -*ell," replied th" bbar-der, take
-- i,... tn., ',LPrt rinli, ir." said the acoom- air

of Barbering
i to Front Street, Up-
's Over No. 47.

my t 'l''- W-.-- -*--7 -I -___ -
modating thief and vanished.--Htel,,i. U ersgue in lhakng

A "First Cousin to a Belle" asks for the quo- the Pulic and the Inuhbitat ts er,-ra i
station "Beauty is a doubtful good." Itmay ~b for the liberal patronage they have -e".l.'i.[!
founmin the Passionate Pilgrim," see. 10, some. towards him, hopes by strict aIr ?ntion'u I- ij--
times attributed to Shakespeare. The following ness at his NEW I '."I~1ili ,I;.?NT, Fi....
is the connection: Street, Upstairs over No. 47, to merit a cot-
"Beauty is but a vain and doubtful good, ti.'ua.-I. of same.
A shining gloss that fadeth suddenly : FRED ERICK J. JAME S
A flower that dies when first it 'gins to bad;
A brittle glaa- that's broken presently." Hamilton, July I.S.., 1882.

T 1 _.. ~e i -

The Lwge~st Stolck,



Al. McNTA I L (71. 0.


Twve e ds, wre e d s riv xe e-, d

tu t l.. .A~tfj'' tI21 1 A '-,i1'tu h-vl *.itu a


B3osom PI- ~lin.-


'{'i l ,] ," s "-'"' ', F i":O ie L rie. i ;.l 0 ,
Prti. N ..:,- i. l M LIN ,.
Hiats Fap'n Lawn '.-,nis CI- .. in Hard C
and i o:,.t F,-.lit.
(ilia di'i -J,:clket-. I-i! Made Tweed H
!'ants Suits
r~ubbc' OCoats and Leg'-ings
'eastf Pin; Otverhauls
Shirt Studs Cuff Luttons
Hair Brushl-.a Collars But tos

F1'atu- r Dusters '1''hisp Erooms is
Uiulm ',:.l!as }
Clothes taud Hat B-USHE,'-
M'-1 iii'_, Lambs WiVol and I. 'tri:l r
And many ,:th, r Articles suitable fur G.-iiats
Toilet, too numerous to mention.
Ladies, ,'1il-r$'as i. 's Homsi-
Silk Lisle TLi- -ad Lambs Wool
Miinhi. and (C'tton in WVh:i. Unbleached
Plain, Colors Fancy, Clooked, Strined
un-1 hialf and altt." C
An ass,)rtmeit of LADIES WEARi

suitable for th,- pi e,-et and coming season.
White and Unbleached CO ITON.- 36 inches
wide, _l.1., 4d., 5d., 6d., 7d., 8d., 9d., per
Double Width h.--ctin g White and Unbleached
Pillow Case Muslin 5-4 wide, I/ per yard.

.Marshal ."s Sale.

TO h14: SOLD,

Urpon ti t. P~eiii:-Uisrin I-ANDY'S PAi1-JII
At [It0SAO,.
TheIiM1stdny of N .:vtbri.-vi' ient r.::t usinq,
[ur-r i-i-mI V it iue-of suiji v W= 11t "f Exe-
citt jon ~ui- izld-,hiuwth.-- urt ofA 'i

Sa Vl V-ilt. 5 'Neal. Tubs,

135 W as M U. 'j 7. F ; ii.- D- a Eloip

Ii Bo sA ox 7U

-1 G I a E c. t
N oMWa 'iiU-1 -VaP M

2 1 HALU QO'lKT,

1.1- 10 21L. i Dt i tz


1 Wx Lo~~y .1 -. 3 6 do W s

2 FI

.i T

C OU n S E,

SNI a i jnrequ; ii.- LU1,':-
F,,N at above 'i',. i tii ,_y, l-" L .., \Ml
,.. .. tickets ii. same.
-Tickets ii,.t be',,l:ttiii ld at R. B. Y.
;Ill. .i- to, or at tf-it on day of Races.
P. B. V. Club.
r .B, Int ,1.1fi. ': to h.. .1i,.i' Tenif, there
ill be u ',..:.- ., \V-.1 w:;n- .' : a-i .s-i uf the
lub may .':,ii Lutii.-:Li

[amilton, October 24,

!I'vrWOe'ls I

:. -12.

Special Alil Service.

I`F'NDEm1'4are invited A.)r theo
L 1uI1Y%'ULICe -if For.icn M ails frini HAi-m
ILTU; hi BAky.
T.fcd:.i~1 will h1j.,.lL lip to Ip.AI. on
.S.1 TULI I)A Y I'the 4th ol. ov-mnber.
1"(111-18tOftvi-idra l. i* an] ,i further in forina.
t ~ tl .ii ciabe 171 daillE.1. (pit al)1liesation. at this
OiCitr c 1', r Lt tIl'.-i.4b iPost Oficev itL Mangrove

Coloni~al Pod'emaaer.

Coi JJ l fI :,ic?'et(Lty's 0O/hfce,

')H-E LI *in-- ACT-.'# ii4 be-.1p iEd by the
~-T.'*~ t~f~LA.duriug Ith.pieiwut

NMk ".-Av I Ato eiarind tb,.Jurore Art18d
li, ntiuo tC iriup lie --ultiniunce of the

-2 -44A -t tci.X I LidlTtheLi quo Inh
7.7.- t'i. : .;....
i. IF Act,.

-d tor :_etcd,
159i Vi:rINC-1;"F V, I' I G A NOIVO
7".) ]S:i O1t.IilEETILIZER
Ada fluw B.It:lk&s Lii' I, 11.1N SEED Nybich
w 11'eod rm bL~i'd~ aL4 per bot-
flu. to Cashi Cliat LilijeS..

Si% iiibe ~.1 (Ii-'.ito eIose1% Consign-

'NF 1 AI k1,Li )?N IV wn'imI d byV
v. J .A TO1144l E ofLA. I-ic11rIda (,if
F A N CC1 LA r I IT T: E .LA il U IE, w I iiit. i
suppoIsed lIgLI;It'both b .i.* n BerIuiud
between the Vrats 17-.1.i un'1 li'.i.
Vice Conjstil for Fr&&nc.
at But'ni,,a.

iF~re~ork !I CctLb.72,T

-'ft F SU7"j. "IBER 3 L _
[as now open:for Sale a large assortment LL, persons I.ting jist CLAIMS
of A1 iagainut the EAtate of the late ROBERT
'.- ,. K "PA' KWO1 D. ...t ,i,,,.)' "kr,, i, are re.
S. que:.-t t. r,-er their Axcount's. d / altesti,
.... 'l t t,, t). n ..l,-,1-diDn. .. ,,r i ,,,," FRIDJ Y,
Also, CIIHINEI F I.EL ACKERS, All Persons I! -Ei'EiED to the sidi Estate
By Box or ''ita. are .r.,u,-- to .-ttle their respective Ac-
I0ow Casht Pricts. I'ico Lit: on applica- coufit. '. thE,-.ib;:e datt-.
4 naud 47 Froua tSti.(-i, Exectors.

)ctober 16,.


Fruit! Fruit!!
Just A4rr ve. per "Drinoco"
Fresh Peaches Pears
Grapes 1Apples

,. .

F.,il and Wilier Print.S..
Dress Putt:.-rn- and by the Yard 3d., 4d., 6d., Septenielr 25, 152.

1, 1 031P R 0t

per yard. as t _.,.ii,-r ,

Quilts-, Bliankets ai..i Counterpanes r
White and Assorted Colors in ''olen and T iiF. u' criher %ill not be li-b'. f: t v ;,
Cotton. .i. N YE S or V IL!A'BI.!'i ; n -.i-i
o-- by :-r- ,r,-er t Coach or other o1 .,- i ,,-
.Notions in t Great v variety. cles r ,' a.- V ',tinic cuive.: s ule -. -!ie i-',

And Articli

White -'- is

I ainlton',


~ jI111-1-1I aulthe lite'()1ce

;~~~i ~ o t~aurr all kind i -f f Ara
te'i B: vt Doll' e1) O IjI oda Water, Lemon-
alfe, Gillf:lfnt IngrAJ, Quinhif- Touic Water.
Cb'u,:i~i~jCidtir c_ .,etc.., ,f Curjerioi. qua1l-
ity, K,'l a Wteraiz C ltzI Wate~r in 8yphonis-
i pl-aslow 15 tl VidjWNiti ital.~ -m~:
I d i rlnjs tv C mnte-u, IiL:.e s, and
A ugu7.- I .:,-12.-3in

For %~e

S, HAIR PIN, NEEDLES' ,ir.i.i'c. di aine ,i ior'arniu am ,.- .: ..9R .
A3 BEL.X ,U J lIN>, C L tjij-i l :,? .... ,'g t |'.\. E r ,, I) y -- ' "" --' ..... ', ", Mf
3es p-rttinikig to that Department. C NA LE ,-
", (ial I'o;w r' 'or. 4 a-_:, "'
ite Goods a Speeialty. Somerset, Oct. 24, I.3l..-3-a tOVhED CAiMULIGE, e
Crash Lonsdalei. aub ic o N N-, a,, a lai, ot N o
Asortmen I For of10 rAe It N^ no'd a N aPa ot Nea :air-
K", of..... Sale, .a. L s. ':
a General Assortment of 1 1 or t.
SHorse, Harness & H. LOGAN SMITH,
C p te. Phenton. i R.ol Engin'lie,, C',tU,a,,
Complete. EntiuPneof F. 1. I Prospect,
En of I iBtw te fou 's c l I a aud 1 p.m.
October 10, 1882, H m lhon, October 23rd, 18&2.-2 cCelber 1U, J ,..


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J. L. A. '




WEEKLY REPORT OF, THE WEATHER at L.AW REPOIT. The Attorney General was fo.r the plaintitd, the
CGil lb' Hill Ligl,t Statai,n it t .inuda, beLw teen the S,,i'itor uGeur I l f ,r the d. tfe-.d.iut.
2u,,l and 'tii 0.'il-,l,e.r ls, irijlt al.olve the COURT OF GENEAL .Ia'1ZE. The -.a, as of littl-: inte-ret :x,.ept to the par.
sea being 246 Ieet at base, >lwre tie Register is -... ti.:s, result.-, in a v.rdi.t for the pl.intiff for
--- 26TH OCOTBER, 1882.
Date. 23a / A 2 n .2& 2-1 4n OcTOBE, 1882, Dt'.:'0r FUBLEU.
1. 1 r YOUNGr COOPER. This was n au tin.u ,if Ej'.:-tineat Lrou.hlit Lv
I I General Renurk!. This was an action brought by Mr. Alexander Miss Mary Snu-iu I[Dun ..i...,., of W,\ .1,ik P.ari-h,I
Oct. -. ~ "Moore Young, of Somerset, against Mr. Orvi!l ,.u n-t ir. J.:hn ElI.l Fu.b,:rt tu rt .... p-
Cooper, Jr. session of a .-- anu. thi,.e acres of land. in Pa.
Noon -' .. The Attorney General and Mr. O. T. Middleton get Parish, iu thi. I.. upation of the defendant, and
-- were counsel for the p1.l-hbtitf; :1=- I I..-it...t Gene- to which he claimed title.
lMo2 w 3'';"". 75 ,7 "' 6 70 9 '3 l.il7, hazy On 14th i..,tnl,,.,, 1881, the plaintiff and de- ant, the -,!,..t.. '.u-,l fr the defendant.
S"W 4 16968 J'',r-, ,',1 Fine fendant started a bakery at Somerset, and continued The evidence of the claimant, who had been o-
27 NW I 69 3- oii. F e in in.:u.-i ,L;, -util 27th February, 1882, when the rally examined at her r.--.l,..:.. the previous day
28 c 071 69 30050 0'00 0Fine firm -.--..-b. by mutual consent. The plain- beforethe Hon. E. ,1li, l Assistant Ju-ti.:-.., was
29 NE 3721 7, d.'1-i'iii ii) i"ne tiff'sevidence was t, th,- i- t...t it it -..i 28thFebru- read and the evidence of itt.-4 taken,
JOSEPHILUS PERINCHIEF.. ary the partnership accountswe c .,Aii t-.1..:1. een and a third witness partly examined, when the
him and the defendant, and -,it. r i:,lit1~, the C,,,t ....jI.urn.,i for the usual recess.
-- __ -stock which the plaintiff took over, showed a loss '-In the i.r:.i--..,ulu .4.t t Court the Solicitor
of71odd; that later in the same week he discov- Gi n-rild t it.-1, t1at heli lii otintendto proceed fur-
Si4 ered an error in the accounts of 72 over credited their with th.- .1 l-.u. ,.In w.ou.l agree to a verdict
S ___ which made the losses 143 6/3; that he on the fir thI. iduianl.I
-- I..-.lo- in- day pointed out the error to the defend- The uey G-ncrl submitted that the claim.
Hurnmilton, October 31I 182. ant and he admitted it, and a.zc-'-.l to bear his nt..i-,. ntitl.-l to mesneprofits for the five years
share of the loss, namely, 71 1..; '- and said he from let June 1 -'. the date on which the claimant
couldn't pay it all at once, but would pay 35 the alleged herself in tIle writ to be ,-rititlkd to posses-
CUSTOM HOUSTE-IIAMILTON. foll.wini. week; that he paid 20 on 29th March sion,
CLLAi.Er,. aui,1.-l o :u 4th April and had paid no more. The Aftb.r ,..imedi-u--.sioIn the Chieif Justice dh,.., ted
October 26-Mail 'Steanir O ituoo, Fraser, New defendant denied that there had been any final ad- th,.: .Tuiy to find .I v,:di. v f.i ti fiv.-v ir -n- p-...-.
York ; Mails;- ] keys arro ri..t and sundries. justment of the a .', or that he ever 1,'.-.ii-'-.l fitsat ,i:t p.I-,ruuin, tI I',aoint reserving l-sv. to
30-Swedish Barquo hildu, WViltf, Tybee, U.S. to pay the above balance or any part of it, or in the d-;. nt-lau to i'.v... to reduce the damages to
Norwegiuu Btartn-, Johanne, Muller, rybee, U.S. fact that he knie,- ;in tlldiu -di *-ll about the claim one shilling or such sum as the Court should
until Apiil. II.:1',li.- ith- t-. .uan1 14 werepaid on award. Verdict for .li U, damages ..) 1',.
C"USTOM HQUSE-ST. GEORGE. a. "*..,.,ut 0f th,:. price of part of the bakery stock 27 O r. 1882.
E TERED. which he purchased from the plaintiff for 35 8/5
October 27-Am. Tug Steamer Phosphaat, Lind- after the i:--.,lutio. of the partnership. Th. evi- JACKSON v. BRTOH.
say, fro:.m New York for Curacoa, pat in for coal. deuce was most .i...l'i: tin-, but tlhi above is the This was an att .-l-uint ,idt, in which the Attor-
-Agentei, W. C. Hyland & Co.. substance of it as far as concerns the principal ney General mIi-l.1l ttlr 'i juryto enquire the dama-
R M. Steamer ,Alpha, Crowell, Halifax ; English points of the case. ThI -only item of account really ges. The 1lI.intirt vw Mr. J. H. T. Jackson, and
Mailoif 12th instant, andassortedcargo.-Agent, in dispute was the half,of the all,---.l pitu-:r-hiLp the defendant i Ir. Eii, M-l, in Burch. On 6th
J. M. Hayward. loss, namely, t1 ], and the 'i.iv-,ti..u i-ailly April, 1877, the plaintiff recovered ju.-inl.:Lnt
OLEARKD. tissue was thierit..r whether or iit thi-re hi i.... u against the defendant for 20 and 5 3/ for costs,
October -27--R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Turks a final adjustment of the partnership accounts, as of which h,.: h:itl p-aidl only 2 8/ on account of the
bl.nd aund Jaiaica ; Mails, and y.u,-ral cargo. 'until this takes place one pittinr cannot -u.- .iu:-thr costs. On l-,tfJ.ituiv 1876,th-.]Fteu. .,t a..l sold
30-Am. Tuig SttamierPhosphaat, Liu'ldayCuia,_oi. at law in respect of lp.ttue.i-liii matters but must to William HIniry. Gilbert, the garnishee, a mare
seek his remedy in a .'.:,urt Euiity. for 18', a payable 1st June It.;,., Gilb,-it giving
.n the PAssENGaES.. There were one or two points of professional in- Burch a v.r iti.. ; fil..-i :
In the tala .,-t'Ifetr 0-:.i.,.... ot Thursday last for terest to which we advert 1. rcl. Lb. rI ..rc usini 1-.- '. :1 .t :inuary, ,..
Ne.w Ya.ik: :--Mrs. Irvine, four hildre-n and 7 uirse, A.,laintitt' .:-., Mr. O. 'T. Mi,.lh t,.u ,.v. t- I Edw! ti l'l', ', i :Willnua m Gil-
MiAs Willinm., Messrs. F. 3. Gil'.rt. W. H. amend the Particulars of Demand by adding an bert my, N.1 I '- v ,r c't- '. 'Wen i-
Kerte. R. A J,.hnston, Theod:.r.: Outerl.tids.., J. item of 5 18/9 for groceries supplied to the de- (118) ,. I. '.I lt .,. hreb agrees to
F. M. F, ith, iG. AV. M. Hauley, M. M. X, Il-v, M. fendant in April and MLy, prior to the commence- t .-iln rl t -egee
M. FenwicL: aul I'. F. Misick.-2-., Cabin, Richard ment of the action. This was not objected to, and pounds on the fi.-t day of June, 1876, This was
Hlethierston.:..-IDe', W. T. Girittiu. the addition was a...:ln.l made. The defend. ll..rt and Burch andby a witness.
In the B. M. St,.an,c .1l.'.ha on Friday last from ant had pleaded a -.t ...t, aunl the Account in De-. Burc .i,-tt thi l.l,nI severalyears ago andth
H:lifax --Rev. F. Skinner, Mrs Skinner and 3 tail delivered thlre-with.-h-,wed a ..danl.e of 4 13/11 price of thi. r L' havin t deb
children, Mis. J. and sou, Mrs. Light- due to tin: defendant. The Solicitor General on was attached in Gillbrt'- hands in this -nit. whii h
bourn, MIr.-.. (ra.welli, Mis W.lker, Mi-s' Pear- opening the defendant's case moved for leave to was an action of .I. It i ,n i.I- 'jil;'u..u TI-l- -llit
man, Miss Li-itibo.nrn, Miss Tynes, Mi.s D:ug. amend his pleas l.y phlealdu.-- ', assumpsit, except tiff proved his hlai,, .,. ni, Attoin- .tv.l the
las, Miss' Whit:-. Mi.- Webb, M.-,-r-. O'Brian, as to 1 4/10, and ;I ta. .th 4 111 payment into Court. ,ill -lat'ut. Ti larl, was examined and ad.
Mason, and Dic-kinsoiu n-Second Cabin, Mrs. Suth. T 1' l. earned counsel stated that the amendment had mitted his ind.1.t.-, lu:
erland and infanit, A. D. Di-i,.kiuu, N:ith:ini.l become necesa:,rv in -.nti:nstu, iof the addition The Attorney General claimed interest on the 18
Gardiner, Hun.,h Griftin, Slayter. i d.:- to the .pl aintitt' Prti.:,il.,r of Demand. from 1st June 1877 to commencement of this sui
In the R.M.S. A4/pba for Jamaica Mrs. Crowell, T, -I.itti-riiey l/ r, ,l.-I suiliuit tlh- he defend- on the grounds (,1 th.t the above document was in
Mrr: O'Braun.-S,.ai Cabin, C. B. Swain. ,iant w,-hel t, amend hii rll.a ite application effect a 1,r,,.i-.--r y ii,:te .', or that. it amounts to a
Tile :.tianer I.-,,',m Birkett, Stor,.hlip was Particulars of written .,ic.:.wl,.-.I. ..u t of debt under our inter-
goiug i-to Halifax on the- 23rd instant, as the R.M. nd were a u ( Justice.-The Court est A. 1 .2.1. ,1. -Th.- Court held that it came un-
Steamur ,Hl was coming out. She may, there- ruired to aIw -all amendments necessary for der the latter head and the Jury found a verdict for
Steatmi:r ..I,' was coming out. She may there- Iliplost of determining the real questioning con-
tore be ,. expected here in all the present week. rl s of determining t he a nd the defendant cn the plaintiff for -' .. o
The Brigauntine ..B;. ,aed/ arrived yesterday v. ill he all..,wed to amend his pleas unless the plain- DuEr.EN x. BTBcOH.
from New York withassorted cargo to John F. titi iw I.illing to, deduct the amount added to-day to T wa an t in which M .,
B.rtor e. th,- Particulars of Demand. The il ,untift..:....!-d T}ii wat Ha- ,'ieti, ,-, -sun-it t. recent fMr.on
H. M r(..i.]t left Halifax for Eugland via St .1--`1Iu._d t., ,1-,. thi., ,1d 1 4/10 was paidintoCourt Mr. James Ailty Bur,.h .17 l I, The ,f.- ,-
Johns, Newfondlanud, on 20th instant. ..y th,: .L.-I.u..ut, ,n the case proceeded ontheun- ant'l .I..,I" .
The Tug Nte amer Phosphant," Captain Lind- drtan liur. that the pleas should be considered ant 'l.-.iit.r l r ou.l .l the pl iti
gay, fromrn New Yaork bound to C(.:io arrived at ai. a": .. case, ar.. the .1lf.:ul.i-it was :pr-.-Lte -.- the At-
St. Gtorge'- ..ii Thursdan afterno.-u Just, ia wantof h.L t :. il- .4 t t. -sn up by the So- torney [. tal.
coal. She le.-ft New York ,.i. the 21-lt iLst. and expe- '' l"- (-t t-I? i '.i i t r the defendant, The case was fi l..-tr-i *- S,.;.al Jury
rieincd slv havy weath,:.r on the 24th. Having His Honor th.- C f Justice said I tadeendantae it we dThe.ant ... u n ati- ei' Iployfrom
obt.iu. all r:,qiirmnt. preld on her voyage are agedthatthe only question now in d.j u'.- is 180, to J th year at a w..kl lr,-
yesterdHiy.-.-\-vuts. '. Hvlani & Co. We are e a o al 113/ -. Te 1 General- In October, 1881, th.-' i.lintitt li.d his store at the
id-btrd to th.-. Agents f ,r at copy of the New York I do I I .all agreewith that., t. acrc i corner of Front anld ,1-., -Str- t-, cleared out and.
"Herald" of the .suth-rtl, later papers on board 1; ti. i. intift. am untingto refitted, and then re-stocked it with goods, and
were destroyed by sea-water ty are not titled to be credit- placed t ,:defendant in charge. The good put
The Harry Blackwood left London for Bermuda ed with those articles unless there was a final ad- into ith.- store in October, 131, and th..-. added
on the 10th instant. justment of tr.: litni.: r-lip ... ..ta, i other words ul-.. '-i.-nfl from time to time amounted in value
THE Wri ..:i or H. M.S. "PH(ENIx" was pur. that they cannot set off' i .r th.-v y could not sue for, t. 1,,J..1 l'-, The defendant continued in
chased by the Quebec VWritl:in,' Coiira:uv f..- r .a very T'1,I t1tuiiLr-lhip accounts either were or were not .h-r .nptoJuly yearand paid the pI utirt at
a:sallsum; the foreman u.ip.'vyed. l.y that Co. on a.lju-ti-. If they were adjusted we are entitled to "h'-r- nt. fimes cash to the amount of 1,utv 1", i...;Lii- tihe w..,.k r Iurt,- .hLt -he '.:u 1- rnver 71 l '. If not we must recover 63 9/6, On 22nd July last an account was taken of the stock
e.1 out, and ith the'aid uf ,p.:,, ciLan proli..,bly i a th. v ..:.-ll setoff the price of those articles, if the which was valued at 342 2/, and there were oth..r
b: raid. i a ie .f wla. it depended on the termination of the credits to the amount of 76 11/1, which left ac-
partnership and the settlement of the accounts., cording to the pl .lntatdt' calculation a balance of
STh.-re, was a short discussionon the point, but noth- 173 0/11 unaccounted for, and('til;- 'ni..,t henow
We understand' that Admiral MeClintock will ing was then decided, and the Attorney General re- sought to recover from the defeil iilt. Ti-- whole
leave Halifax about the middle of Noveimhi: r, in his plied on-ihe whole case urging that there had been of the plaintiff's evidence went to show that tI.-
Flagship the A,..r.',;aim; ..., dire..t for the Island of a final adjustment of the partnership accounts and defendant was in his employ merely as a salesmani'
Autig.Lui, where the .urtl,,,n :.ui will be reenummis- thit, therefore, the plaintiff was entitled to recover After the usualrecess the Court intimated to the
sioned, and'the newly appointed Aditiral for this the .L'1 1.t "-. S,.ii. it.,r General a doubt \lth th,.r the pl.aitiif
Station, Sir J. E. Commerell, K.C.B., V.C., who At the termination of the general reply the could on his own shewing recover. The S.lii:ts.r
tonies frorm England to that Ti-bind in the Mail Chief Justice .iin ilwv-:rtev-to the question of the General cited the case of Hunter s Welsh, 1 Stark
Stearmer lNjiav!, will assum1ie command. defendant's t hiit t, I.... credited with the articles 224 in '-i.hkh it was held that if an agent to whom
We have no doubt that Admiral McClintoek feels nciouutinu, to i.:;., 9/6 in the event of the Jury com- goods have been consigned for sale refuses to ac-
fully justified .in making Antigua his load-quar-- ing to the conclusion that the partnership accounts count for them, a sale may be presumed, and the
terra for the present, but the eason fnr his s.f dL.siu, were not finally tdljut,..1, and the-r- was a 1-,'thy l I. i:... .- sy sue him for the price. The Attor-
wA', trust itill in due course be fully inquired into discussion on the point, in the course of a hi,'a 1i -y -..I a.l iited Chitty on contracts, 10 ed. 1';,
and the blaine be made to rest on the proper shoul- the '- 1,.f Justice intimated that as the 63 9/6 was p. 572 to the effect that where an agent receives
ders. The change, of winter rendezvous of the fleet (tIr.diitI-d in the Particulars of Demand it must be goods of 1.; priTu... i1 to sell for him, and is
will be a serious ilujuy to Bermudain various ways. allowed unless the plaintiff applied to have the no proof t!i it tih. h: '11. been sold, or that, if sold.
_____ Particulars f:' Demand amended by striking out the agent has received thE ple'.:*- s the i ii.-ipt l
The following Oflicer, we have been informed those items. eanw:nt sue ti.;: ui. ut for ,n..-ny hal and ie.--i.v, ,1,
will-'oiupose Alndmiral Sir J. E. Cominnerall's Stau In summing up the case to the jury His Honor but the action must be special for not accounting.
.... ., told th.i.m ou the dissolution of a partnership Thewe was some further argument andthe" C'hi-f
Captain, N. S. F. Digby, if there is a in l settlsuinet ,f account, ,.ith.-rppta.- i Justice said to the Solicitor General, I do not feel
C(,,umander. W. H. Fawkes, ner may sue the other on an account stated, and bound by Lord El. nul..:,.ro.ih'is decision in If... r
Se.eettary, W. E. Roe, that in the present case if they found that there v IV ,'. It w'a, ir-1, u oUobiter dictut.. The de-
Fl.tay-Liatit., Stuart Wortley, had been a i1ijucitrui-ut of the accounts thi.-r': fendant was :,uly :, .. .. i., and onthe fI.i t'k1.r-.,v,-l
As.t.-Paymaater, C. E. Dent, wi,,ulMl be an implied promise by the defendant to I think you must be nonsuited. The Solicitor
Clerk, i: B. B. Creagh. pay half the loss, and in that ven-ut thev wtuld General assented, and a nonsuit was entered ac-
...... -.- find a verdict for the plaintiff for 71 13 f7' ; but cordingly.
Et -RtIpaiisg.-It will be noticed, on reference to if they came to the conclusion thit had been As there was only one other case for trial, and
a _-,iiriu:. Colunnti, lhat aniouthly Line .-f Sailing no settlement of account the defendant would as the C.,irt :-tun,.t -it act. r two p.m. on Saturday
A,, kta is, to-be established these. Islands be entitledto verdict. and this-,. c' !tl- tt pr .1 l.ilit\ of the case being
ariil HAlix : thl' fii.-t .-f 1,e- Lint-, the Brigantine After the retirement of the Jury to consider their ficishidb, ..0 ti.hat ..-,' it was considered more conve-
l,..,de, ',uptain Ni.,ker~on, cleared at Halifax for verdict, thet_' urt on motion of the Att.,na:v Gen- nientto adjourn t11,-. C,.:-t until M.,udaly.
St. Geurge's orn the 21.-t instant with an assorted eral reserved leave for the li.>intitff, in the event of
cai'o. We wish this new enterprise every success a verdict for the defendant, to move to set aside the :,iiH OCTOBE, ]1 .2.
-***** verdict and to enter oe.:.i r th .. plaintitt for 63 9/6, DESHIELD v. RAYNEE.
Ig We undrstaid that a Coroner's Inqu(at the amount of th-e tir--t six items in the account in This was an action of trespass brought by Mr.
was held in St. Georges yesteid ,y, on view of the detail, if the Court should be of opinion that the Thi Aonz sio o a ais Mr. S a0-
body of Ephaimtu Pitcler, who wasfound dead in a Court at the trial ought to have directed that (in C thes sAlounzo Deshield against Mr. Seward Rey-
stabloiu that Town on the morimug of same day. the event of the Jury finding that no statement or for the seduction of the lai.s t tn fd.. lih,-r.
:..,.: ______of account was agreed on between the plaintiff Ti he tony Gnral f,:r tlf,. -nt
Sand the defendant at or after the dissolution of the tiff; the Solicitor Gc..rireilf.. th.l. .fuunt.
Trt' USE o TH LashE REvrvED.-Ghief Justice partnership) the Jury oughtto find for the plaintiff The Jury found a verdict fr the plaiuntiff, dam-
M-Donald, in the Supreme Oourm, TTlifax, N.S., or 63 9/6 is,.ithti.tanin. thie ..redit given for ages 10 ( ,.
o t the 18th inataut, passed the f..:.. -ngg sentence that sum in thIe- plaintit's Partis.ulr', of Demand. The pl.intifl's dli"ghter, who was produced as a

on a pri.s.-uer named Andrew Dioy.:, viz., 'that After the Jury had been out about an hour and witness having d.'ii.ieil to answer certain questions
the prisoner be taken to the place whence he last a half 1i,-, returned into Court and delivered as put to her, was committed to prison for contempt
(an.e ithe County Gaol) and therebeimprisonedfor their ,verdi'kt "We find there never was a final of Court.
the period f one year with hard labour, andreceive "adjustment of the partnership accounts." The This concluded the business of the Civil Ses-
twenty lahes ou the bare back to be administered Chief Justice. That is a verdict for the .f,-ud.ant. sions and the C,-,urt adjourned to Saturd.ty 11th
,with the in.trumn'ut called the cat, within the pre- One of the Jurors-Your Honor, in that case we are November at 11 a.m.
ci.cts of the Jail, under supervision of the Gaol not allagreed, we have considered tle qu-.ti.ou of *
Surgeon." Doyle was convicted ..f attempting a costs andare notwilling to find a verdi,t f...r the de- -
eriminal assault .u a child under I: years of age. fendant. C",. .fJustii -You have nothing whatever Ei.; aTIMx.-In tl,. Rev. J. Wallace's Communi-
Th- Judge in prououncing the Qeuten,e-, upon him to do with the costs, you must reconsideroyour ver. cation in Suipl.t rn-nut- to our last issue, in 38th line
said he had hbeen credibly inform,-.. that. the pris- dict. -If you find that there was no final adjust- from commencement, for "insulertonicals" read
onwr's whole life had been that of an in.-orrigible 'ment of the accounts it is your duty to find a "insuperficials."
man, qn whmn public trial, tine and iniprisonment, verdict for the defendant.
had produced no tifet. As he seemAied cllous to, Three quarters of an hour later the Jury were
the voice of shame, and aS the crime of which he- called in by the Court, and the foreman station, The American Victory.- I I the New York papers
had LEen ,.,imitted was of so degrading a nature; that they had not agreed au.l tt t tii.:-re was no of the 20th instant it was stated that at Valparaiso
the Judge v'..tuld ty if his feelings could be reached chatn e ,.f their so duint., were .i,.- lhaired a four mile -i.,- rae. : .l','.- crews from thl- U. S.
in another way, and, happily, a clause of the sta- .nl..-dt Esse :;iril ihe Ei' iti'-h gunboat Lizzie,
tute gave him the power to do this. "Whilst the .24TH AND 25TH OCTOBER, 1882. took place and re-,,it,. in in u easy victory for the
a-c:iteuc- was being delivered," thepapers say, "the McCALLAxr v. FUBLEa. Yankees. This is very fl iurinr to the friends of the
pi is:.nt. at hfirt assumed an air of indittteirn.-e, l.ut In this action Mr. Thad.l: ,. Mi.:'Idl in sought to latter, no doubt, and as it was deemed of sufficient
as the latte-r p.irt of the sentence was I.r.-.uounc.ed r..i...vir from Mr. John E iwar.1 FulA..r A;1' 5/8 importance to telegraph atl over the continent it
his face turned white and he was evidently terri. which he claimed to be due him on a balance of may as well be stated that there is no gunboat nor
fled." account. man-of-war Lizzie in the British service.

The ol Venus, B1S2.

The last moi.uth of thie cumrn.t vear will form an
imnpoitant el.-ch iu the hit...i .; a-,trouomy for
the next hundred years. The rare occurrence of a
transit of tl,1 p1.inet \..-us ai .:.,s the dis: of the
Sun will take lpl.:e c.u the ixtlh of D(-ceniber anud
the whole 1,hen,:ament.u will be visible from these
.l i-.1 -. ThA ._.l.,er- ati. u ii :f .m.:h iciportiane to
hIi futuri- of i.trou...iy ti:hat jtOblv l .as the Blit-
sh Government equipped .i, l.--: than t.-u exprli-.-
tin-u s to various parts of the world but the Ameri-
can, Fr-ui.h, German and other nations have
e u.I.ll y b. tirrn.d thii .-elvs' to aid in the '...lutiou
c.- th e ...ue great problem of dimensional astronomy,
th, '.'..lrLiu.tdi,:.iiu of the distance of the Sun from
th..- F- thli. Sinte the discovery of the t.,l.:-.lpe
but five such transits have taken pljilac, and until
re,:nt timtn-, the ob-etvatiun of tbhisphenomenuou: was
the only method known for measuring first the dis-
tance of the Sun, and then of all the other he-.vruly
bodies. All our kn,:wle.tge of the miz-, weight and
density of the planets and stars (the Moon only ex-
cepted) dep.L u,. tip.-.u the, a..:ur,i..- v ith whi.h it is
1.,:i.,i.i. to ,_.te te tino ...f th,.. iugriss and egress
of Venus upOn the 1,-l.i'r li-.., and although, as has
been hinted ..tiher ii.:thiodl ate n,.,w known and
used, yet at present none can be so relied upon as
this old-fashioned and tinim honored observation.
The island of Bermuda perhaps the very
best locality in the world, and has been chosen by
the British Government as one of their mntt im-
portant stations, and an expedition has
reached our shores, amply fitt.-l1 with the means of
-..ttliia., inu 'n.:,jiuL' iU, t ta s itV h other ..t.,tii.., in the
.,.,utllin-i h,:rt.i- clh-Lv; thiA long i.i-put..,: p-.I..lem .
The expediti..u is nuud.r the command of Mr. J,,hu
Pluiin- r, formerly astronomical observer to the
University of Durham, wh., Ih..- with hita Litut.
Ni it-, L:'.., and each of tlh, :.ntke. ln..u is pro-
vided with a six inch achromatic telescope, which
is of larger size than has been ] revi.i.isly ii->T.
It is proposed to e-t.'.lli-h these up.n iti ,t,- iiill
in th. in u t -,ile i ite \i- iniity of th Lighlthi..- -e,
from which place a full viv.-: of the h:I-tV'-u. i- to
be obtained. They are further furnished with an
altazimuth instrument, clocks, chronometers, &o.,
for the purpose of determining the ;.-,to.i:u:ihi..i.l
position of their site, and intend to leave there a
p.- itn..i unt i.-.-:rd f.r futtm ,- r (. le...- ..i th.- posi'.
tion .h;.n, .l..t. ri it,,- 1. O tic r;, : 1,r,, ti.iy p[- hl 1ia
remember that similar expeditions were sent out
by government in 1874 aind'l h1 the r,-.:lt-, tlihO
obtained been ,:tiely.i-iti-fi t.,'a it 1' ...itbl.- that
no particular attention would have been 1ii.l to
the fi ch>.unrit tt.iraic, but such was unlu.kiily
not the case, and as a period of more that 120 years
'must elapse before the occurrence of another tran-
sit it is very essential that the work should be wY.ell
done now. Although in theory no observation
could be more simple yet we are itforai1 that in
practise it i ,..c.nipllicat.-d 1.y variety of phenomena
that make thie ob-erv-.tiiu far from easy, but it is
expected that, in the fiue climate of Bermuda, these
disturbances will be less troiblei.oine than else-.
where. This has doubtless had --....iirhing to do
in the choice of these Islands for a British expedi-
tion ; but .,-l.1, this thie -:..-oraplii.'l p.sitiou is
e-unir rnntly favorable for an '.,lvaurt:tg_.ous obl,-_rva-
tion. Othir r-'l-,dliti..ti- hav o e- u s..-ut to J.,aiLi,.a
and Barbadoes to provide for the chance of failure
by cloud or otherwise, and in the -o utheru hemis-
phere the Cape of Good Hope and the Islanil of
Madagascar are the points taken up t.-r Briri-hi
observers. As no position in the Southern ihermis-
phere affords the iirm fat. iii i.:-. as the West I-1li.-
of si. winug the wh.:.I- of th.- transit, it has 1..-.1nu
found necessary to suIv yet other astronomers to
Ai'-tt-lia. iand New Z.-.Alu..1, or in other words one-
station:in the W\.t:t lu.i.-.- i- of t i-a-im e ir[p-.:.itta. e
as two stations in thie ..lith,. It is ..- tiiuly t,.. L.e
hoped that thli wethr w ill be propiti.-iis on thie
day of the tr.,u-;t, and that the wn.rk .tf this ex-
i.-.' ill tx i. .- an ip ., .tul itiiueu.- ..- on
the tinal result to be obtained.

THE EN,'-LI.-II MAIL OF THE 12Ta ("i-'R.

The Royal Mail Steamer "Alpha," Captain
C,..,.-II, arrived at bt. .-.. i : tirO TIT.Iiifax ,--Ily
on the morning of Fi-lt i last, tlriuw-uin. t he Eu n-
lish Mail of the 1 th ini-i .nt.
The "Alpha" h, : vry r .-,i.h l',..-' -.. She
made the land on Ti:ti -..i cii lit.
We are indebted to Captain itCr.:..-11 and other
friends for Halifax papers of the ".:r.1, from which
we make some extracts.

DUBLIN, Oct.-29.-Mr. Parnell has issued a whip
o- hi, supporters, it,,iiiui th. m to meet in the
' r,--.. : room ct ihi-- ',..i ii.,u i previous to the
reassembling of Parliament, hI, u business of great
importance, iii ln.lin-c tine lu ,tis.:upio -nt of E
Dwyer Gray, ill I... ..ii-.- i-...l H. i Y. ,r. Br ,
and Harrington have been appointed honorary
secretaries, and Biggar and WJ-bl treasurers, of
the Irish National League.
National League and ,..'.'..' i o*,, ., Committee.-
CoRx, Oct. 2-.2 -At -i ,i -.:-i-, of the L..--il
Committee of the M.itu, i.)u l1..u- I-li--f Fund, it
.was .C'..l that when Mr. !'.I, I c tini.- to Cork he
would summon a meeting of his constituents for
the purpose of uti,,rn,: a branch of the Niti,...:l.
League. It was also announced that it was intend-.
ed to merge the relief committee itc tihe League.
A member of the committee .present protested
against the committee merging itself into a move.-
ment with which he did not agree.
Serious f".,. 's Against Mr. Pt,'ic;.-D.Lu.i,
Oct. 22.-The Irish "Times" prints a letter ac-
cusing Parnell and th..- I'clti monetary party of
having, without warrant, used 98,0.1.i of the
Land League funds fmr niv.iSt.- purposes, and sub-
stantially c1 rig' that Pa rnll and party, after
having got throiuph with this sum, ,:,lle.:t.l- from
the poor Irish all over the world, foe anc.ther ipur-
pose. Also that he attempt,] by <:,.,llui.imu \sith
the uinn'r--r' r.f the Irish Land Lea-.iigu to hush
up the matter by dissolving the Land League with-
out any a.c:ountingu for its funds. The [" Fin ."
urses the Iish people to press for an accsuuliug-
of the Land League funds. Micha,:l D-.ritt and
McCarthy, Jr., iu inter vi' w, pronounce the charge
LONDON, Octr. 21.-A despatch from Cairo says
several influential land owners who have just re-
turun.-d fromn vi-itiug their properties in the coun-
try report that the state of natives is most unsatis-
factory. Their superstratum of fear overlies
among them ai dten hatred of i.hriitiac-'.

LONDON, Oetr. 21.-The "Times" Cairo corres-..
pondent telegraphs that he has reason to believe
that the following s ill ,..untitit- tle chief counts
of the iuLi.-trn.-:nt ; Arabi :-Fir-t. that i'n
violation of the right of unti...- h he.i-t.d a white
flag in Alexandria and under ,.-.\ er thtreof retired
with his troops anil save up the ity to fire and
pillage. Second, that ie excited the Egyptians
to arm against the'Khedive. Third, th:t, he.conti-
nued to war despite the hew-of p-'I -.... Fourth,
with having incited civil war, devastation, massa-
cre and pillag.: in Egyptian Territory. ,
The Life Guards in London.-LONDON, Octr. 2o0.
-The Hor-'- 'Guards who i. t,' :I from Eypt
marched thro' London to-day, taking .iuexl:,e':dIly
the route by way of Islington. The rs.h-.,r was
fine and the reception along the whole route, whli.:h
was over six miles, was t}husiiti.. t... a remark-
able extent. On their arrival at Allbany barracks,,
in London, they were received by the Prince and
Princess of Wales. The Life Guards met with no
less hearty greeting at Windsor.

From a report made by the commander of the
steamer Louise," a trading vessel endeavored to.
rea-h the mouth of the Zeuizer iver in company
%ith the Dutch Arctic. Expedition ship "Varna."
It iscon.itderedthqt both the "Varna" andavessel of
the Daniih Ar:-ti.: Exp:dlition are in a dangerous
J.-itiou, as they were both beet in the ice about
80 miles from the continent.
KoNIGsBUnG, Octr. 21.--There has been a tre-
rni'-udi:,u di':lin.- in the prices of RuN,-ian graiu
:.uing to the competition of America,
PABIS, Oct. 21. -ln,:eudiary placards against
landlords were pl..4ted dui ing last night
in the powerr qui ,rters :.f thi 1..ity.
LONDON, Octr. 21.-The "Times" Paris corres-
pou' lit repo its that the Cubans who were omo
timi.? ago i:apturel by the Gibralter Poli,.e while
cdeavoiiuriig to c.ape to Ameti,:a, and surren.
dered to the Spani..h n uthli:titi..s, have petitioned
thei Que.en to h.-Lve. the matter investigated with a
vi, w to d.-ni.mlniiug their te..toratio.n to Elitish
.'i. P nETvEisEt... Oi:t. '1I.-A thi.k fog smelling
of buriuiniu- turf hi- ecver:d the whvle of St. l-'etei.-
burg kin., ye..tid.ay. A va.t cilrle of iuc-eudiaiy
lire- etndiug from Finland to the Baltic is said
to surround the '..-jit.d aud to in,'lude within its
i.irltuffiren:'e Gat:.':hiua, where the- Emperor is.
Fires are in the w.oods under whi.::h are the turf
p il,:- and the-y niv last for a long time. They are
attributed to., Niiilit.,
Gc.ierg.- Otto Tr.-v:elaun. Chief Sicretary for Ire.
land, in a speechh at Selkirk, Scotland, last evening
saii1 thlt r:si'..knat rnagiatratee in Ir'land in the laet
r,:-i.:rt. wi% r t -iu;.ulr'ly iuaunim>:ns in stating that
the rcl itivi.i L,:tween landlord and tenant were
impruoviig, that, riunti wei,. being Jairly paid, and
that intiniiilati,..n wi decreasing. Anothlit sub-
j>.t tfor thltktului:s i- the fact. that it i, now
n..arly six mouth.- s-ince there has been a collision.
..l,..i,,ni tIu (L. Sald. tl,., r .,:,.-LONDo, O,.tr.
2-.-At H. l-,nly yesterday, many members of the
Salvatiu Amr:' w.:re iuiutid, manyof them seri-
ously, )y the talliugof a fl...:r.
E7. ji'" .r Gra's I.a1pri.s oninei.-The News"
says it uni.l-:r.iul.-, that Mr. Glalatone, on re-as-
s~mubliig I.. P.aliit ient, will move that n srle-it
.iomnit: L.- .1 'intil to iuquire into the ,
stances unincr n li.h i !r. E..Dwyet Giay was im,-
Arabi Pasha.--CAio, Oct. 22.-Mc.-is. Broadley
antu Na1i-r vit-'l Arabi Inasli: to-day. Arabi.
e.':pre-s.d ..ufidenrie in thie d:.:isioni, of the BRitish
Government. liI: stated that he had been ill-
treated and twice spat upon, but that mince Oetr.
10th In:. has beeu well treated, ow ing to the iutec-
vention of Sir Male!.
The Lo.fid7ha.., ileiemoria.!.-The peculiar manage-
ment of the Loigtfllow mi-morifl begins to elicit
reaturk, partly b-c'.e se s.. mn.iay ob, cure names up-
rcear in the published lits It is now stated thai
no apllicati...n has y t been made to the Dean for
permisi'ionu to er-et th: hbuit in the Abbey. The
D)ean, it ii b-lievcd, will readily assent, but pro-

teots are heard agaiun-t admitting foreigners.
Six LZi ,.s Sacrific'l Throuh an Inhuman Raliani.-
COHCAoo, I .-.-It i likely that the three uu-
kiown p-erious di,,wn,-d on Sunday afternoon are
the hu.t.:mld and two .hildrtn of Mrs. Amelia
J-au-,.:.u, .a they : ue issinu. Thit druowning was
theli result of the strange rntini.of ti!n .i-ervi-i'r'
inspectors of steamboats that t,_ iu-t n,.t, under
a fine of S,1'" for each -,:is.:.u .-iirle-', tak,.- ny
a. i,.- -.i t..n board 1', ..i.irei ha- i v ini,6 tt-el on
exceptions in cases wheie ith.:y would sade dr,.. u-
ing persons, but no exc- .,iouns w,-rr allowed. 'Six
lives have been sacrificed ia this irulor as thLe re-
lt i..f thi- inhuman tuliu. .
A pcr-...u named Pbipps, ex-Superintendent of the
Pdij.i ILia Alii-lo.n-u,-.who defrau'ld.1 that inati-
tution of the In .- ..ii t ..t -5i,,iii,, .1n i esNcaped to
C'.ital.,, ihasbeen ..I.t t i..1 and is aiwaiitihg exiiadi-
- tiio Hi theft. ... -ci-.i a pei i,.d .,f iine year,..
IAbst of think la r:- sum is said tl.. hire b.en ex-
1'eD.ile. in te,-u t.ianili-, anin,ng themr Ilug ti..,-e out tf.,ur poor
guardians, fit. sitrt tr. two discharged em-
11.'ye anid o,.,ur others.

THE Pnr.ENIX Pi.Ei.K Mr i.t EFr.-Uur ('orresipon-
d.'-. ',t tel,-gr.i.,li :-" Tte ft'ollwiug
Ft i(-:. .ut 1"l.,. ,t W -e t. ,t' :1ll.-.lgi :..m pli:ity iun
"th.:- Phle-ui. Pa11k mnIrdi: ia l..y a 1p.- i.t'i v.ith full
kuowle.i .:,,t tii- f,:-t :-WILile., u tlihe voyage in
th.- I ir,..,m i wann e.i to' Ti.:t:ia W est-
-.,t.', b1h i\-i,:ur wiasi reikarkail.'ly -tauge. He was t :-.tles-, no.:,ly, and f.:.hl ,ot beimgalone. ,
He -l- .lt vrvy littl:.,but wa- .,:iutiinlly to.-inugaud
ti Llu-1. iI hi l.'unLk. M '.-i- than OL, he -eelnf
:n hi- uI..-,, :iLu'.l l:.,r.l pr.,yin_. t... Ul ,o to orgive
hi- r, ,t -nm.. H i. li'-, %:.iu ',.t, the huo ied
,tiv :. in:, ou lard, Ili. having :come frora
I nI'liiin .,Init th,.- tilie ot the niiud.: rs, gave rie to
thlie : i.p:i.u a. ,u..'u.-t tlih- .te th .t lihe was implicei-
tod in On tl.,t aftl',-ru..) .t July 4th, when
the cargo had nearly .all I.,':.-iu di .:h rged at Tucacras
tih. -k.:d Wel-t,;t.. h by hr- let Ireland so He r.:-1h.-d, Oh, I d.itei saiy you know.'
Th.: -t. ward -i..1, 'Tell i.: if you ha:d anything to
d,1 with thi.-: murl.ri'." T'.- -tgat.- replied I will.'
H-V as th..-L lu ,ari .-1d by, ti.: st.-\ward point-,-lank,
W!,ii .h dtil ou kill, Mr. Burke or Lord Caven-
ili-li : II.-e -.i Lord CLre.ulish. I stabbed
him with a knife.' The ,.-pt .in not being onu
board, tli! .,:, f,-o..un w a- ri..,rte.d to the mate.,'
Later in tlne .1 ,y W..stg.ate ru.,.,- a similarr state.-
ment to another e.iailor, who thiefneued to knock
him down for joking. Whereap'.ul he soletmnly
said, 'I wish 1 ., GO.. it wa M j..k:. !' The crew
then asked the mate to put W.,tgati in irns. He
at first d..-liued tli. r.: '...-nil.ility, l..ut ultimately
yielded. sending t,:r WV-teat.- into the, lie
said, 'I am -,:.i.u ri put you in irons on yoiur con-
fession.' leld out his handM and .sub-
mitted to h'ive t.:min t iet,.:.-l .,a 1iu. When the
c.i.taiii t,-t rtued W.- 't': made a lull confession,
which was written do wu, :in.ld h- signed it with his
3e- miina., Mi.h..l O'Bilcn. He t.,ld where the
nitee he ne-'l might be found, :,udi gave th. namesi
of his thiee accomplices. Two of them, he said,
came to Swane.,ia with him in the Ilex, and then
went bytrMun to Cardiff. They were paid 20/.
each for committing the murd-i. The Gladstone,
which is now in Swansea, La4 hee- 'isited by a
Scotland yard detective, who t,:,k the rtate-ments of
the captain and crew. Wertgate is considered by
the crew to ba ,a man of aiajpri,.,r education."-LZn-
don l~,,.iy News, Octolcr 10.

,To the Editor of the Royal Gazettlle.

"0 wad some power the giftle gie us
S "To see ourselves ia ,,th,-in see ue."
Childi-. canntiu:-, u.uiquituous, double-distilled
igno..nsur.,niu ts we are p:iiuted in last Tueivday's Ga-
S,,, wlihat v.-,,unler i it th:.t .su.h an array of facets
hi-t.ri.-al, ,:f il.: i -..ugl.iuerate, with not. a few
words unpr..uinou,.eiale, shul..l be th.:.ught uece.s
sary to hurl at our devot,1d lh-ad. To the fact that
a t',:-atehr pa rt ,:,vei-h...t the mark, it is due alone
'that we have nurvbi.t the .ttta.:k.
IWa '- 'lirmnt int.:'W id.--d in ,upposing Pres-
byteriau" u-1I One .:f the I.rethren" to be one
andthe .-.ii f :-ift-. I reut-t tde.line appropriating
it, as thou hI certainly ,vr,.e with that writer in
in, iv f 1ih arc-eIiut-., I io'st .leiidedly decline to
u. .,-- hi- .- -y-.-mui f wrapping it with the mantle.
of p.-.l ti.-. In- .1 if thi- Buri.l question is to be
deb.t.El into a j i t wtar-:-ry, I doul.t not there
are many of Presbyterian's opinion who will eschew
the subject altovether.


I iU441 ,1.-, invidio.u i,:i ,-i t;..t in that I cannot
Lip er.-.ligiLg n-y6s-lf with Itti:-r t.,-te than some
who have t.. me.) I pay i:. f' .fl.y.,i-
iiil:Lit. 'in tl.It A-].. some of my. ...,nutl.1?Ave very"u
fr.,:-ly i'-, > ', I J insi-t t,.fI I iive aid I ,ii ,_ u'
w .rdl toi ih i. personal x..: [ti..u i:..u'l 1. t.iki:.
1.,ut,I maintain now as,: tiht t.., the imjinjri,,
of the Pr. -1vl.--ri m-,n of Warwick Church, this evil,
if it be one, is not a jqui.ti.itn of suchvital important,"
as. to i.p:l th.:-mi t.:. come before the Legislature
w. itlih titi.. n ..un ti.: ibject.
T,. e .-., i .m.t it. r .s a unit of the Hon-
orrtil,]e H,-,- i,. -f .A-.-mbly or of the I'e-.yteriaiu
Church, I ...i.:- l i u'.i-t li-..'lit t.:, tiiak and
act as Lis : ., is In '.: ri my li,.l"N t, inrlr.[:. ..1-uleutly or
ill sNyrNtlvmitl. I t -- tdIult ul it wai-, not Imy pen
thal-t l-t lip tli.,- word "i:," For my
wnt:hwi,:.rml I lill adopt th.- words of an
old Poet:-
"B:ih ill compliments but n.iusl-.. trntli
"Froin every I.:,.'u : andi-i e-. iy shepherds heart;
L.:-t tlI 'I 11 : till leist-.liu, but no art."
Thus Iiny pantur' and I have this bond of union
amount others. thnuh we ,iiav a'-ree t. d-.iL re on
oue theiri r ,:r. I hi.-pe I ,-,Ny iot be again com-
'.". e-.. i withlan ecr..._-- it i- r.,ther th i 'e.:,n-, when
t'-:u lmis. adtr:le, as hI:- tMinki i.s tiua.lL'.iw, to be thus



Paget, October 27th, 1'52..
Recently, wb-nu tlh:. French Fiig.iat Minerve,
Adiuir.l (i.'rvy, uiriv.l in New YorS, it :,.-in,- Sun-
day, iarr.i,-emen-iit' wt-re made for :.ixc:ngiug sa-
lutes :a thle f..llwin d iy with ti .- garri-...u of
Governor's Island. After t':I roumIh iii I.,-11-u fired
frlom Cetle W h.Ih .m ,:,u tl1-7 I-l.ud, tw.-, g eU pi. -
in.tturely exploded; two u,.u ..r., kill_.I awu.l four
bidly wuIIhd'].. The ,p.rl:-, tOl t wtri-. 1,..:wni back
by the -trou;- wind into thl.- embrasures, it is be-
lieved, caused the explosions.

6 A Supp.&lement of Four Col-
umns accompanies this issue of the GAZETTE.
It contains the Itmport. of the Builming Com-
mittee of addition to Sandy's Parish School
Room, with a list ofC (,ntributors to the Build-
ing Fund for ..ane ;-two Communications on
People's Steamer, and new Race Course; two
very interesting -tfr(-renes to the Comet and
a fragmentary Comet,
,To ('.,Ra1L:O.NLLNmiL' r.-" James Pilliug" in our
BIUTH, in Smith's Parish, on the 18th inst,
Mns. (-. B. HOLLIS of a SoN.
......, at Ireland Ireland, on the "2th intaLt,
the WirE of Mr. William RobiLson ..f a Sox.

MARRIED, at Trinity ChurhT, Hamilton Pa-
rish, on the 2r6th instant, by tlh.- Rev. George Tuck-
er, Rector of Hanult.:.u auid 'niuthi, Mn. JTOHN
WILLIAM HEINS, O.ft JAtv.r, O(1l:nbiiurV, t, JANE
SusAN Br,:wN, of ,eriLiitda.
DIED, at, Plum Creek, Nebra-ka, U.S.A., ou the
4th inst., REMINALD MACHEN', yOiu(ei-t ?ou. o.f \W.
Tudor Tiucker of St. Georges, Bermuda.
....., at Clarance Hou-e, Somerset, on the
22nd inst., SARAH ANN Er. IZ AiHF, vily d3augVbtvi
of Louis B. and C'lai-a S.. A.Dickiu,.:.n, a-d 14
years and one mouth, lI'avisin- fl1,ti rlLents., a broth.
er and lany friends tu n ii ,inii their los.

Brigalltine "c Birdie"
Is momently EXPECTED from Halifax.
'Sell the following
if Removed from Wharf, at a small advance
on Cost and ('lI-',.j :
A PPLE,, 25 Barrels
POTATOES 130 Barrels
OATr', 200 Bushels
LATIIS, P00 Bundle.
CAiL'.AUG E., &e', &e., &c.
St.. George's, Oct. 27, 1 "SS2.
SColonist" copy.


Just Received from Shediac, via Halifax
per S. S. "Alpha,"
270 Bls. Garnet Red Seed

The above Potat,...-s have been carefully se6
leoted and put up for this Market and will be
found a very superior lot for early planting..
(O? This lot of Potatoes will be sold at very
low rates for cash.,
Hamilton, October 31, 1882._-1

; Wanted, '
Y an Eiglish %V O1' A N, a Situation as
HU: t';K EEi'li, aud E n .d
General SERIVA T. to one or
two Single Gentleamen or Ladies; is a ,..,un,
C( ok.-Address, G. G., Post Office, Hamiltou.,
Oct.,ber 80, 1862.

Lime Lime !! Lime!!

LIME burnt with Cedar Wood
and Coal, cain be purchased at toe Kin
in this 'Town from one .bushel to 25 at 9d ;
for all orders over 25, special arraingeiliiit- n iii1
bhe made.; .
On application at oyal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, May 15ib, 1?82.
(Q^ Arrangements for delivery to arny part
of the Island can also be made.

At Gazette Stationery Store, from London,
A further supply of
"SUNBEAM" and olher Series of
Cheap Reading.

A Lot of PASTE BOARD, suitable for mount-
ing Pictures.

SHayy! Hay! Hay!! !

SAt Public Auction,

To-morrow, Wednesday,
1st November,

125 Bales HAY,
More or less.
S- Auctioneer.
St. George's, October" 31st, 182.

At Public Auction,

The 4th day of November,
At i2 t('Vcbel,
i ,'K 1 with COTTAGE in u:i,\s-
I'tish, situated near -St. James
.. Church, c:iLntaiiLig 1 Acres, more
or less,.in two Lots.
bounded X..rt1i, by Odl-Ftllow's LoiLdg,. rnea-
suring 180 feet or thua_,out_ ; Ite,l. by the
Maliii Road and Cio. I:,'Ad laclin-g to I)nili-Ils
:t:-ai1, iliie string "$'Ji2 t'.;t or thlrfal _,ioits;
South, 13y L.inIs l:,l.:,nging toWM. E. BUROHn,
Tal.isuriug 130 feet or tlbere-,' -utt ; 1"1. by,
the Ocean, measuring 250 feet or th'.ure,,_.utb.
The Western boundary of this Lot is one of
th, i.-,abt Baypi at the West Eii,:l for S-i Grass,
and large quantities is obtained Yearily.
bounded North, by Road leading to OdL-F:.
lows l':,ig-e, ineasuLrinig 160 tfe.ct or there-
iib,)fItS: ? Erd, :v th M:iaiin (1oaI, me.,sui,-i
210 f.:-t or fthere:a boutt ; 1',.t./ by thL- C(',-,i s
Road leading to Daniel- IHcal, ine.ti'inig 210
feet or the,'eabouts.
Sandys Parish, .Nth October, 1801.-1

Auction Sale.

Has Received Ins iit cions to Sell,
At Public Auction,
A, Il" o'clock, ;
On Thiersdao the 16 t
day of November,
1ll that Parcel or 'ract of

(l.,', ... ; I. id .S Ii s
2. witi the I 1
th, n on, situritc in P[ in lI..k.- i ,i-h, k,,,- ,1 .' ."

..I.I n ; n.o. Ih,- .- OU'i \ aI I 1' i, r. I I.
u ,ii,11 i. i ,lI'.- :, i., ,n i ,, o, 0 .ni,- '" rut. ; <,, the
i I" L..: I I u L uII. I -i.) '. ,t ,1 2 a l. I-.en-
i il l, 1 (1 i ir \ I t- f. 1 1:11
1; ; ,i p I h .. '. l l I. I .1 i, | ;-t ii I' 1
1 ,1 1 ,I II 1. I, 1.. YOIl\G.
S*' r1IFOS1 J. WV D.LON,
I II a i !! i -" .


'pi IE LOT o(r A ad-
joiining the Govt'rn e.t i 'ay (.P i'.v, in
ileid street, on which there are a ruriber of
V.ilu:ille Ftuit Trees.
T'ENIl'.lt-' for the shove Lot will be re-
e ved by lithe U dI-,.'_ d on r before the
15th November Next.
- 'e Le0,inr .'. ilt not be bound to accept 'he
highest or any tender.
.'OIRIS 3. .ll. FRITH.,
HamiVton, Octobe r 17, 1c-2-:dr.I p
'Pitlch Pinoe:

IIE Und.-rsig'i, d iffTr-is f1ur Sale
T-1- the residue oi, Cargo Bligantine Al-
fred" from Fernandina, Florida, con.-isting of
the undermentioned:
FLOORING BOARDS lxl2 & ;-xi2
Dittu 1x5 & Ifx5
SCANTfLING........ 1ix3, 2x., 2x4
4x5-, 2x6, 3x4
S: .ixi, 4x4, 4.x;
PLANKS............ 2xm12
PICKETS 12ft. long by 3ins. broad, dressed.
Ditto i ......" rough.
S. S. JA GIJ1.1
Hamilton, 24th Oct., 1882.--:inp .,

For Rent,

'usP~ I [~J ~


VeSiteLS' BEEI A siliit
VESSELS for BERMUDA ISr1tilic' HALIFAX as follows:
SNo v. .11, 1 2, De--:r. 9th, 1SS2.
Janvy. 6, l3. Feby. 0, 1'S,.
'a .1. 1883. April 1, 1 :3.
It' suifki.:nt inm:lucement offers will dispatch
Vessels afterward.
All Goods carried at Low Rat, s of Fit-ight,
and payable in Bermuda. 1
f For furth-r information isal.ply to JOHN S.
DAlIRRLL. Esq., Ag-nt at t7. f.-,r /ts. or r
W. T. JAME-, Esi.. Agent, at HlmillU.,,
J. B. NELLY & CO., i
.ippig an.,l ot0uui-sitn Merchanrts,
": Ni:svm *'.'totia. t

October, 1 fj .
Colorist" copy.


A Choice Lot of selected Table
a,.l SEED POTATOES just received
iifl for Sik. at Low PhI- .La flr Cash.
42 Front, St.
HiamiltonO(\t. 31, is--1 -t

From London via New
Yor, .
A Care'ully 'clelted Assortment of

InIESS MFATER l AL in variety-
Ci lirer,:-. Lustres, SL-rnn-s, Burano
Lace Cloth, &c.,
l,.k SILK CASHMERE and Nuun' Cloth,
English inud Fren,-h iPOMPAkDOUR Print -.
Ladies Black Cloth JACKETS, IDolman's
and Ulsteri,,
Beaver, Biank f',t and other SHAWL'-',.
F:nLiiit.:n. Oct,,ber ;.. IS -2.

N Otle,*.

fIHuE t'O .triginl' has '.t,;t i,'ceived from
London, a i.hoice :clerlion ofi
( 4. TH1EPR

S.' ~

Bags iT-C

E. Bin.V fN E CA


,'l-, ",! I, l; i:( I, its c',,d i:U UN ID
I I, ..L t',.,N >.1 1 & e, c ,
S..i ii' it ',. m...r inspectin To-im orrow,
W rei e-d. i;,. thi I.-.' N,, wlen Hliu Public
Wic s.e.iLAlly iln. iltd it rill ,i d in-pect.
J. s. B. (;OX.
IBurn..i. Street, untill:,in, ,
O' october 31, '

Just Received nt -tAhe
z,-! .fIIrT .,lllW.l. Y i"'.
A ('loi.:-e election ,t'

Winter HA.T, and TRIMMINGS, inu

A Full .A-sortmntint of TOYS-
Faiin-y tO)ODS and iC('iritmas CA"RDS.

A specialty!
C tb mi, -'- ,27

SFancy Chiia Ware
Corner Reid and Queen Street, rlanjilton,
Oct. :l, i '

Forl. e I t

f lHE Lar-. HOUSE at
tih eixI I!the exirIe In.' at'itin End o
CHURCH S.Te.rT, formerly called
The Zuli Arim-'..
Possession given on l..t November.
For further I:,ai i.ulalrs alpvly to
.!O. to,, N82ilto,
2tth October, 1"82.--2 ,p

Wanted .

A' Good Plain COOK.
Apply to Mis., CROFTON, Montipellier,
Prospect, any 'luy excepting Thursday or
Friday before, 1-30 )p.i,.
October 30, l.'-2.

A Ileisunitly .itin.ted uld Conveni- X at i "**
. Wanted Immediately,
1.,1 _7m=al.lT Z 0Q For Family in. Paget, "
\v itl :-.i;hble, Carriage and other (.uthuildingis a o d aget,
Sai"i A Good COOK.
Immediate posAseosioo given(. AW, C -
For further particulars alppl to REGI .A LD To whom vet- LibeIil \Vages Will be given.
GRAY, Hainilt. Apply at the Office of the "Royal Gazette."
. 26th September, I.S.'.--p tfi October 31st, 1882.-3ins

International Fair.

A N International F'dlR will be
held in ihe Baisenent of W E S L E Y
C 11 U ft C H. Ilanmilton, on
Thursday, Nov. 9, 1882.
The Roomn will be biillijanly illuminated
uitli (.'lhillne I.iLanterns atii otlei\M .i stefl'ully
deco ritt dl.
T'o S0a1-l fur llhe Sale of Faicy AtlCeles,
CaL., Lrtlit, I' ', Ct, i lee, Ire Creaim, Soda
\Va er, &c.,' & -., ivi IIlie pie-'idtIed over liy re-
li're--nl'tivel of' variuu. Na'ltionsl iln costuile.
.i t lrdei !l. Jaipariese I.adv will exI.iliit a col-
ee i,,n ( f tii;t Studio of a Me\im.aui Artist o.reptile, will be
open to Visit.. -. .
.I'roceeds in lid it' Builiiim g FI ,i 1 ,i .
Adill's, 6,. Clildien (iinder 12) 3,d.
Adilission to-Exhiiliiiin and S tudio 3d. each
e x t .1 x (.. .
Doors open at 7 P. .
l.miiilhioi, Octr. :39, l8S2.-2 3 p,-.

N ot ice.

The Undersigned Offers
.41 LO I Rates the CVR3GO
Of Brigt.' Sairah E: Kennedy,"
From NEW YoRK, consisting of
P ARRELS S.-fine and Extra

Barrels Crn EAL
Barrels Pilot a.nd Navy BREAD
Barre-l Crushed SUGA.R Gianulat.-d SUGAR
a iiols K. .-rf--n.- OIL
I trrels GUANO
IBags Potiitor ,MANUE .
Bags Custor POMICE
Bags Peruviani GUTANO
BIg.f OATS, .-CORN amid BRAN
Half Barrels MACKEREL
Half Bair,_-ls BEEF
Half Bik. Pig PORK
Half and Qr. Boxes TOBAX'CO '
Cases. FLOR ID A WATER, "'Lanman &
Kegs Cut NAILS. asstd. sizes
Tubs and Tins BUTTER, Tins LARD
Reams Toiiatoe an.l Wrapping PAPEt.
Harne's LEATHER,
Bles and Quarter Bales 1Hv*Y.

Stove COAL of superior



Hamilon, ii.,ith October, 1882.--2 3p -


Just Received,

IItruMe andIC,
Instrumentuti and Vuc'l. l' '

PlacquIs of Mi''.; L:iAztry, Longuel-,
low and a variety of others,
EASELS for Do., Gilt aiii. Plain.
T.v-inis BATS and BALL; 3
Foot BALLS Tenlni SETT .
SQUIBIS fur the 5th.
45 Frout Street.
Hamilton, 31st Octobr, 1882.--I ,-

S For.Sale, .
A few 13:riels of Choice Table

Haiuilton, OctoLe r 30ith, 1S.S2.


T dutded j,,iitly by i:3 Frorn January I1t,
1 .''2, todate, i- itreby discontinued, and all
A mounis 'DUE foi Prul'esional Services 'up to
Sepii. 3Viai, I 'Z2, .re reque-sted to he rP'AID to
b t'l:ODURE MUTrRiltB 1GE, ind all.
f:niounti from Octr. i, I.s52, to date, to E. IR.
[.. ]l .C Lgh:.

1). V. ,,
1).V. S.
1 latiltun, Octolbtr 25, 188-2.
Notice.;^- + .

NY Person requiring a GOOD NURBSE
can, on application at the Royal Ga-
zette" Office, obtain the address of ote.
Hamilton, October 31, 1[.82.-1 .

iMattress Makino and
.ea m g ...,,

rHE Undersigned is prepared-
at Reasonable Rates.
S- Satisfaction guaranteed.-
Salt .Kettle.
October 25, 1882.

Bermuda H-unt Races.

attend at the'TOWN HALL, Hamil-
ton, on
FRnIDAY, November 3rd,
At 2-30 p.m.,
for the Racus. No Entries for any Races ex-
c(I.t the Cons:,latiou Scranble can be received
after SATURDAY, Noveinber 4th.
Entries for The St. Georges Stakes and for
the Polo S-takes must mention the heigth of
th.:- Horse.
A Meeting of the Stewards will be held on
TUESDAY, November 7th,
In the Town Hall, Hamilton, at 3-0 .m. It
is requested that all Subscription Lists be
male up anid sent in to the Honorary Secre-
tary before that-date.
H1on. Sec. B. H. C.
October 2sth, 1S82.
Colonist please copy.

Will leave Hamilton at 9-30 a.m ; Somer-
set tat 10 am.,
For the Bermuda Hunt Races on November
l5th, .*l82. and return when the Race are over.
Fare for the roind flip, '3', to be paid on
board. ,
( The .Britiannia is furuishaet rith a
fine set .of Awnings,. .
October.80, 1 2.-2

Garnet Seed Potatoes.

Just Received per S.S. Alpha,"
A Superior Lot of
Garnet Potatoes,
Pr" eed.
Will I.eo S.oil at LIow Prices tor (Cash and on:
an.-coninoclating terms to approved' Purchasers.
Fish Lots received through the r-eason;.
4-2 Front St.
Hamilton, Oct. 30, ISS2.-1


We have received per '* Oriuoeo" via New
S York.
A Large and Fashionable Supply of

Gents Hard Felt HATS, in black and drab
'' Solt '
Extra Quality Blk. Silk HATS
L.ivery HATS Boys Felt HATS
(1111nis and Cricket C \ PS
Tweed HATS in great variety, .
Hlamilton, October 24, 1882.-2 3p


ALL Persons having DEMAND$
against the Estate of THOMAS
BROWN, late of .andy's Parisi, dectasge,
will please render their respective Accounuts to
the Undersigned on or before the FiftEenth
d"t y'.j NotLenSmer next. And' all Persons IN-
DEB'TED to the said Estate will please make
payment by the samne date.
-Trlanrd T slandl

27th October, 1 42.-.2 ;.

Board & Lodging.

,IM SS BRUCE, Private Board aid
L.d- "dging lious KetB York Stert,
West Cnd, .ti. Georae',s If
(Otobr 2s, 1882." .

To w0/oin itmay onc6'ern.

THE Attention pf the Undersigned having
this day been called to an Advertisenirent
in the Royal Gazette" newspaper, over his
against the name pui porting to call in all Ac-
counts Estateof the late J4MES MING,of St.
David's Island,dechased,he hereby gives public
notice that. he did not insert the said advertise-
mentin the "-Ro. al Gazette"nowspaper,that he.
did not authorise any person to insert such Ad-
vertisement iu his liame, and that lie wi lnot e
receive any Bills against the late.James Ming,
neither will he he 'responsible folr any debts,
that may be owing by his Estate.
SJ.J. MNI...
St. Geo g.'O.t b,,; *
POSTOV F1'E, HAMILTI/ON,. 2lt Oat.,' 128.
F C Andrew, Barque bellvu'," 'i F iumh
Samuel Burchal, Willian Beek, *
couri, efleiry lashield. C.Douglais, .chr -" Frank.
lin," Henry Fritb, William Gibson., I JP James,
Scar. -" Emma Jane," E gene Jnevp, J Icetp,
Fran'isco 3 Mathos, F Mauuel,C %Q Moore, E H
Newian, M.V Nunez, Wm H Itobinson, C .J
Sianbv, B W Smithb, E B Simous, UChas Smitb,
F A Sim'mons, -Alex Swan, J Smith, S J Smith,
E'liza ''uckr, Edw Wiegmana.
POST OFFIPF,,.ST. CEORGE, 30iub O*., 1882.
. Jo de Sil -,, bMr Edmund, Luizi'Fradi, William.
Nealson Smithl, Benjamin Smith (l1t David'&),
Mrs Tomkinson, Thomas P Williame.




' Jt)



Long Island Brewery", R
A Fresh Supply recently reeeiv- Watcbmaker a
ed from the above Brewery in Casks of
Bermiluda HU r Races, 86 Gaons each.
) I. Beer Shops as well as Canteens can be fur-Lle,
1882. nished the above at a low figure by Watihes, (
pE., 0 o e THEOS. J. LIGHTBOURN, leane
pERSONS desirous of erecting Ao, 8 Everyfdescri
SBOOTHS, &c., at Shelly Bay on the Front Street, Hamilton. Queen Street, H
day of the coming Race Meeting, must apply Oct. 2nd, 1882. October 10th,

in writing to THz HONORARY SRcaKTAYRY;
those applying first will have prior choice of
available Gronnd. The Ground will be allot-
ed to those who have sent in applications at
4'Op.ia., MONDAY, November 13th,
At Shelly Bay Raae Course.
No Public Stands from which Spectators can
view the Races, except those belonging to the
Bermuda Hunt Club, will be allowed to be"
placed on any part of the Ground near the
Race Couise.
Wo9n. Sec. B. H. C.
0ot, Ia, 1849.
One Hundred Dollars
T HE above Sum will be paid for
such information as will convict the l'sit
son.or Pervous who, on Sunday Nigh li t, wee.
on board the Yacht I,,"ZEPHYR," and aalici
ously cut and deauroyed her Sail and Mast and
Stole the Rudder.
SrR i). S. A SMITH.
lin, i!to1 Or. l.oer 9, 13S2

In an Officer's family adf 6 001)J
must be .well recommended. Liberal wages
will be given to a suitable person.
"4 Apply at the Office of this Paper."
October 3, 1882.


TO prevent any misconstruction obtaining
through my advertisement in reference to
Bills 'outstanding for Goods had from., my
Store, I deem it advisable to State definitely
that the same has no reference directly or in-
directly to any person except those owing for
Hamilton, August 21st, 1882.

Ber muda Ice, a
Made from Pure Rain Water
Can be used under il circumstances without thel
danger attending all imported Ice, l!ichi in
most cases affect the system in the same man-
ver a s a change i n drnikim: water.
SThe ubsc.,'iber is now prepared to furnish Ice
at Depot, Hrriiaby $tteer, from 6 a.m. tli:isy\
and de,. ard in l;iriihun and Vikiiitv f omI
m.m., 6i 12 1,'\loik-Sunda3sa excepted.


ud Jeweller. 18 Yeaus ex-
Clocks and Jewellery
dand repaired.
iptiou of repairing done.
amiilton, 3 months
I18.2. 3mnh


"THE Undersigned strictly forbids
all Persons TII{ ':EPASSING on her
Grounds and the taking Water from her Tank.
Tbis is to give Notice that any l'erson or
Persons found 'T'respassing on her Grounds after
this date will be prosecuted to the utmost extent
of the Law.
Soutlauiptoii. October 13th, 1882.-3

Office at ICE HiUt':.L~, East llr.adwiy.

The Liverpool & London!
ance Company.
TrHE Undersigned having been appointed,
Agents in Bermuda for the above Com-
pany (one of the leading Offices in Great Bri-
tain and of 46 years standing) are prepared to
offer protection against FIRE at Moderate
The Annual Report of this Company sub-
ritted at the last General Meeting in Liver-
pool in May, shewing Dividend then declared,
with many other interesting t:atistics, the
Undersigned will be pleased to show to any
one who may apply to them at their Office.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 12m
14th Auigust,'18J'2.


The Smithery Business
ORMERLY carried on in Hamilton by
F. W. VOSSMER will in future be con-
ducted by
F. W. VOSS.IER and G. W.
With their extensive knowledge of the busi-
ness, the observance of punctuality, and with
a guarantee of satisfaction generally, respect-
fully solicits a share of the Public

THi-. Sulgbscribers would r.specifully inform F. W. YOSSMER & CO.
the people of Ilanilton and vi.'inity that Hamilton, October 2nd, 1882.
they are now prepared to attend to a!l O)rdor-
for Ice ei a first class manner and at Im reason T T -1 i
able price of flalf-Penny per pound. J. M 61i & O0,
We wiff keep constantly on hand at the New 64 Front Street 65
Ice House, East Itroadway, a supply ot ICE t
thirouii.iou the year fur the benefit c.' our Cus- Are ready to take Or:eri' for Gent's
tomers who* 'av require Ice during winter i S
youths. 11 W white -Dress Shirts,
fy prompt ",(-.ntin, to onr customers and Mesnr taken and Fit Gu lra t-es
strict attention to, our business, we hope to re
ceife a sh'ire ,lf ite Public p.'trinn;'. AL
lee dtJlverrd diily (.:-r.l:i\s exc'.ted) in ALSO,
SI ... I. :, .... 1 .._. '.. A r e- A s rtm nt 1 f

.- ...//",, /,"'m \ '\\ '' ~ Price half Penny per pound. '.,iltounn anu vicinity. g .O ..e.. .... I t ,0V1
ER beg to call the attention of the Trade to This being a home industry I respectfully ask N. B.-IC E IHOU-l', open from 7 a.m. to GENTS FURNISHING G OODS,
a new Arile tor hch we have accept- oninuuce of thePublic patronage. 30 p. m. daily, Sundays excepted, when All of the latest designs.
d the ey.h e. ill be open from 8 to 9. mplof Bosoms, on hand.
d the y. amilonMay 18T L S. JOHN B. STAHL & CO., For reference to fit apply to
Ju 2\ ft fi East Broadway, Hamilton. IL T C
LOST'&%fly Js, *' nune '2., i .. J. M. McNEILL & CO.
Sune .-t liamillon, August 29, 1882"'*
I th. very best prelp ra'ion we have ever'seeo
or use forcleaniu, n .,polishing. e Xe 8 JNOTICE. W illiam James Honey,
8lIvrr Plated Ware, Gold Plated Ware, i GUION LINE -- ihm T ae y
Gtspadores, Plate Glass, -- 1 JU CTIO EE R
Bras or Plated Signp, Solid Silver Ware, Fo l O Hire. ,
Nickeled or '-ilver Phla Soda Foiutiains, United States .Mail Steamers. i ppig and Comission Agent,
ted Sho* Cases, Mitlitary l-quipmentc.Q A Superior Horse Donkey perfect- Queen Street,
Or oiy metalle surface upon which a brilliant FOR I LZ /PER COEL ly Harmless and Quiet. F 1AMII.TON, -. BiN MItDA.
p,,lish i, riqinirol without injury to the metals CALLING AT QUEINSTO N, With new style Prompt attention given to conIiments.T
and with little bor. In all casee where nickel LEAVE NW YORK arriage and Harn SS Autio Veneslas and Friay.
plath gRn-Stove .ha become disolored y jI VCAuctio rWe.neslays andFay.
heLt Lustro" will restore it to its former A The same would suit a Lady or Invalid. ies Plated Ware as
brightness. So popular has it become, that it Terms Moderate. LL the latest Novelties in Plate Ware as
is now the reog msed Standard of the Stove WISCONSIN Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 3-3 p.m Please apply to well as necessary articles at Childs. Call
trade for this purpose. r heStove ALASKA 17, at 8"00 a.m. and See.
trade for this purp odse.WYOMING 24, at '00o p.m. HENRY T. DYER. LE
Itis absolutely ce ro acidt IZNA 31, at 800 a.m. Hamilton, September 5, 1882. T
Injuriouit ibstancee. 'B 'SSI( N3A "' No. 2', at2'00 p.m. L "
Itisa prepsation of genuine merit and when W BYION SIAN Nov." 14, t 7t200 .m.
once used becomes on article o daily family W I ot P liio *
use a-nd ale are repeated. 'Price'-"c per bt- Ihe aboveSKuA t er re buil t 0 expresilyor
te, ..Th.e... h above Steamers are builE expressly lot ,y
For Sale everywhen the Trade, have f.vo water tight hnTkt.,, a I
K. F d, TtR, iER & CO I carry expereruced 'Uicei, N, Suro, anid te, -
S. &... of te a e ardesses. Thoi Saloon Accommodationsare un-
A w York, 0 actober, |8;for Sa.--Atn Agti surpassed byany Atlauti o Steamer, and the----
,_ __ to ; i State Rooms are aol main deck openiep,, into the e I
S-WTSEaloov, thus securing that great comfort in
makingg room, I ath Roo 6 and Piano or, and IHELVETIA, HOL AND
Fo. r The U. S. Mail Steamer "Orinoco" from EGYPT, THE QI EEN, DN R, SEL F CURATI ES,
A Qu tity of tle above warrant- oinT'rdays, generally 'garrvesat E RIN, aFRANE, GREECE. ADAPTED TO ALL PARTS OF THE BODY
A 4 Hard Stone, for Sale at:CG0oxs: transferred direct to the Li erpool Steamer WThe STEAMSHIPo ofsthis linebcomprises
Fau, SouthamtonI Wit saiin x di eCy totsLJl TWELVE of the largest steamers belongingg Dr, Bryan'Electic Bella
FARM, tn r S at g of the tarle andctr Wesc. appoint-i e
6 a Southrampton, Weht. fl .e Sie oili y n c o e o to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
Arrangements may rbe made lto deU ry at WIi LIA MS & G U ON, ing the port of New York. They are built en-! -N oxe Tan WAo el--
the Kil or at any prt of the Island on appli.- Agets rely of iron and steel, except the merely de.
-ation to P o Brie a 2 way, New York. u corative parts, are divided into wafer-tight Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy.
TWo.: PEWTHERER .6 w orkw lspe,,e, .and fire proof compartments, and provided sical Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis,
September 2, 188S.-6r with everything calculated to add to their Sinal o s, I at
SD ,, IQ a entrS safety, and to the comfort and convenience or p Complaints,D nsdeoten yio,
nFOR L s- ,sacert.r OuIT N passengers. -The saloons and staterooms (alf Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Rheumatismi
.CELEBRATED OINTAtoINT, y on the main deck) are unusually large, lightl Headaches, Female Complaints, Premature De.
C a Fi" and airy. The table and general appoint- cay, etc.
e i & w` d rO ,, T e POOR I AN'S FRIEND, e ts compare favourably with the beat hotel,
6 Months i Calf. Whou in full Milk ;lve 1i 'is confidently recommended to the Publio as One of these steamers will sail from n ew NO inEDICINE IS NE oESSARY.
quarisper d ay. t" an unfailing remedy for wounds of every de York every Saturday, for Queenstown and Electricity enables the sufferer t ion give oen-
tpply et Oficeof Royal Gazette Oie." scription; a certain remedy fo ulcerated leg, rp and wk o o i f Electricity enables the surfdo er i to give solent
obr 1 ,18 O N ..... b sld.MsbrseschilainS, Hosesio aLiverpool, and weekly for London direct, from
urns, lds, bruises, hil s, scorbuticNew Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage ti attention to his own case in accordance with
erptio and pimples on the face, sore and n currency :-.To Quenstown and Liverpool Nature's laws. The belt acts by aid of the heat
Sinflamed eyes, sore eads, more brees e asts, piles. SbO to $70. To London direct (Victoria Docks) and moisture of the body and evolve routinuoub
fom eCancer. moves hefoul smell aring $ to $6; excurion tickets %100. currency; currents that infuse the system with the vitalizing
Horses, Oair~ags and e~Steerage passage $26, currency. For0 fm'therl
Horse iOaft l g S .'-^and Sold in pots, 131d., 2a. 9d., 4s. 6d., i. a tpan element until the disease Is vercome, and a re-
s for Hire. ad each; and h os. 69, 71 and 73 Broadway, New York. operative process established.
he Undersized havig a out in the oveIILI ,E I-SROP.I.U Ol The Electro-Magnetic Current,as evolved by Dr.
'The Vnderifged having A fit ut-ia n the,' above ;ARNICOTTS a "g Bp meaanre g sdtreangthens Ihe nare of tFU
Line-Carrlasg( Con fortale, Iforss Quiet and ALTE I aIVE P ILLS Bryan' appliancesstreagthens the nervous system
Drivers tshtady, respectfully solicits a Sare Proved by more than sixty years' experience New York, January 27, 1882. give force to the brain and digestive function, re-
the Publie Patrooage. to be one of the best medicines for purifying '.. .. ... store lost or impaired power otf body or mind,
O N NS, blood n assisting Nature in her opera- rriges nd whetherarisng fromacts ofimprdence, sickness
0 N ., ti6ns. They form a wild and superior family Ts 1riages r old age.
SNear the RectoryI agent. aperiet, which may be taken at all times
J aly 24, 1882.-K an o the o without confinement or change of diet. Carts for ire. Illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent
Real Estoate dne Hanuiltouen ,, L N e.. and* 2 eT sponsible Commission house, and in ordering send
eold in Boxes at 13nd., 2 v 9det 4s. 6d,, 11.. 0 on application. Orders received through any re-
Re al Estate in Hamilton opr o ly by RACI J BARN COTT, measure round the waist and state the nature of the'
Parirsh for a ile. byrad. Dret ne ngland. and sold 18f82.ruies
ris e. Bdprl, r ngnd and sold by all E Business heretofore carried complaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to
___ll--.ly_ toemc_ V__endors._ ._ on by THOMAS HARVEY is now con. order, Address:
5'"A Dwelling obt. e ducted by ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO.,
N O t.MI .L ee.6 & StOd EDWARD J. LIGHTBOURN. i147 E. a lTmS T NEw Yo U.S. A .
h Auas 1i3 cli. Merehlai s, Church Street, Hamilton,
And Parcel of L J .4 .I con- .nd 1.NSURANC BROKERS, September 9th, 1sl. 5th November.
tainig Three Aeres, Two ;Rods and Ten
Perchea more or less, in Hamilton Parish. 8 Leaenhall Street,
Bounded Easterly by Lands of the Widow of" AND AT LLOYDS, OBPaP!
the late Anthony atnamuel Trott. Southerly, LONDON, E.C.
on the Sea. Westerly, by Lands of Robert Personal attention give to Consignmentso A Ouse and Lot, Eighteen pence per Quire,
Peniston, and Northerly on a Pond or Salt einuda PRODUCl:E anld the filling of Ber At "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
Water Lake, conmuonly known as "North's m.udian ordered In the Townof fHamilton, 1,82
Pond." The Land is intersected by the new O_............._ttober 17, 1882.-FO SAE
Militaryload, which runs quite near the oasrtment of Silver Jewely, consisting FOR SAL yE. FO ale
Dwelling house. Price moderate, A ]'ppo Brochs@and .ar Ring, Braees 1or Particulars please apply to
early to ofsBdooes-hand ges, Bocketsi
.o OMOND T. MIDDETON. snglishaud CooleyeBanes,nd VcketChiX i R. D. DARRELL, ESQ. At "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
14th August, 1,*2. A;c., at Child's. Was never more complete. Hamilton, Novr. 29, 1881. Henadrie's Petroleum Pateut 8oaps.

(.bout the 6th of .ovember next)
A x hlorse and Trap.
Appl it the Office of this Paper.
Hamilton, O.?;o'Ler 13th, 188'Z.
P Ip.tetic int i.gainst: FIRE
t'an be obtained from the
q : L don,
umic of the longest Establibhed and Wealthiest
Offices ii Great Britain.
Through the HiA .N1i OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duly, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on HEAL and PERSONAL
PRv)'ERTY for 3, 6 or 1-2 mouths.
No, 'E and no CLA RGE for Policies.
Hamihion, Sepiember 9th, 1856.

Coum})lete Mla nures'
IIBo-ni udca.


EEORGE B. FORRESTER having analyzed
Several qualities of BermudaSoil, is pre-
pared to furnish a COMPLETE MANURE,
suitable to the several crops grown in these

Strawberry, &c., &c.

A trial is solicited.
Full directions will be given to each buyer
Prices furnishd and orders taken by
Manufacturer, 169 Front Street,
New York
HIamilton, August 15th, 1SS2.-3 m.

Everybody wants it, but very few get it
because most people do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these difficul-
ties has been our study. Thurber's pack-
age coffees are selected by an expert who
understand' the art of blending various
flavors. They are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in smuidll quantities), then put in
pound packages ( fi, th-. htw'f, not yru,ind,
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuiuhines.s. and each package contains the
Thurber recipe for making good Coffee. We
packtwo kinds, Thurber's "No. 34," strong
and pungent; ThurLer's "No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
',.,d ,'itiity, honest qu tiy, reasonable
price. Ask your Grocer for Tit, ier's
r.,as,.l l ;..r T,, ) i ,n p, cp'k.i!fd "No. 34"
or No. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your own palat' will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the "Ideal" Coff,:e-,ot, the simplest. best
and cheapest! c.-f'e.- -pot. in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coflt-e keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
lespectfully, &c.,,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Coasters, 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
wholesome goods and pack them in a tidy
and satisfactory, manner. All: goods
bearing our name are guaranteed to be
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Tuesday, October 31, 1882.

On Wednesday evening, Oct.' l th, a meeting
was held at the Sandy's Parish School Room, to
receive the Re-p.:rt of the Building Committee, who
had completed the n-,. essary addition to the room.
The Rev. B. Mackay was called to the Chair,
who af'tc r stating the intention of the meeting,
calle.. on Mr. Perinchief, the teacher and secretary
to the Buiildinig Committee, to read the Report,
The Worshipful J. Fowle, M.C.P., treasurer, pro.
duced anii read his Account Current and vouchers,
showing the correctness of that part of the Report
rr-lating to the cash. G. Simpson, Esq., Inspector
of Sthl.nI, moved an amendment, seconded by J.
F'owlr, E.q., that afterr the words, "Boardof Edu-
eatioun' be added "for the whitewashing and
general repairs of the room."' The Re:port. thus
ameidi-.Il was adopted.
H1. H. Gilbert, Eq.., M.C.P., stated that it was
a very unexpected pleasure to be present at so
large and int.ite-ting a meeting. TTe highly com-
mended the people, especially the children, fur the
effort thley had made towards the improvement,
and .icnr-ludi-d his remarks by tendering a sovereign
towardls tn,: liquidation of the debt.
G. Simpson, ,Eqr., Inspector of Schools, ad.
dressed th. menititiu-, showing the ne'esirty for the
impror-einm-ut just made, and stated that something
of the sort t had .-i-n sug-estedt both by Dr. Lough,
former uipc,:tor)tof S,:-hoolo, and also by his pre-
de,-c.sor, Mr. (lay. He was proud the difficulty
had be.- goit over, cougratuliittd the people on its
coniplet i .u andl knew it would serve to make Mr.'s w...rk easier and more effective. He
-.would, therefore, move that Mr. P.-rinchitf be
an-ked- to give uip a Concert, for the purpose of pay-
ing #lt the pre-ent standing debt, and acquiring
funds for 1i.uilling an Out Office ni-,'ssary to the
proper accommodation of the School. Sendlced by
r. Fowle who said that it was very creditable
both to the teacher as well as the children, to know
that out of the money so collected 22 13. was
giv'n I.y their t ftoit.
Moiv..: b r Mr. \. A. Swan, seconded by Mr. W.
Arthur Virgil, that the thanks of this meeting be
tendered the Rev. B.Mackay, W'.rsh ipful J.Fouwle,
and G. Simpson, Esqr., Inspector of Schools, for
the very great influence and interest each have
manifested in this much required improvement.
Moved by Mr. J. W. Robinson, member of Local
School Board, seconded by the Worshipfiul J.
Fowle, that the thanks of this rnueting be tendered
the Building Committee for the energy used by
them in bringing the work to so early a completion.
MoV...t by G. Simpson, Esqr., seconded by H. H.
Gilb. rt, Esqr., that a vote of thanks be tendered
the Rector for the able manner in which he has
presided over this and previous juei-tings, in con-
ncectiori with this work.
All of the abovementioned resolutions being put
in thI ir proper order, were unanimously adopted.

RrroLr i ,f the .uii,,lilirg Committee appointed to
mnke the na-cessary improvement to the School
Roiom Sanlyim Parish:
At a meeting held July 6th, 1l I .-convened for
the purpose of considering the necessity of making
an addition to the School Room-the Rev. B. Mac-
kay acted as Chairman, a resolution was intro-
duced by G, Simpson, Esqr., Inspector of Schools,
that a subscription list be opened by Mr. Perin-
chief, the teacher, for the purpose Abovenamed and
pay over all money received to the Worshipful J.
Fowle, M.C.P., who kindly consented to act as
Treasurer to the fund.
At a it1. :-..i.t-!i meeting held September 19th,
1881, M..--.-. Wim. A. Swan, W. Arthur Virgil,
and Win. Bean, were app..inuted to act as a Com-
mittee to make the necessary improvement with
the money so collected..
The addition be in' now completed, an extension
of 20 feet x 20 feet, we beg leave to report:
That the amount collected in cash was..59 4 31
The amount of labour and materialgiven 9 16 11
The balance owing different persons.... 5 19 91

Making the actual cost of building.... 75 1 0
We recommend that it is necessary now to build
an Out Office, for the completion of the comfort
required, and which will enable the Rector to re-
ceive a rental of 4 (pour pounds) per annum from
the Board of Education for the whitewashing and
general repairs of the room. Also, a slight stone
wall erected in line with the road.
AI.I... n.1- to this we give a list of all names and
amounts received together with items of expendi-
Signed, W. A. Swan.
W. A. Virgil, Building
W. Bean, Committee.
See. of B. 0.
Sandys Parish, October 18, 1882.

Collected by W. R. Perinchief from persons whose
names hereinafter follow :-
Rev. B. Mackay (Rector)...............1 10 0
J. Fowle, Esqr., M.C.P................. 1 0 0
G. Simpson, Esqr., Inspector of Schools.. 1 0 0
Bishop of Newfoundland & Bermuda..... 2 0 0
lou. J. H. Harvey...................... 2 0 0
Mr. Henry Gill.trt ................... .8 0 0
Alexander S. Swan................ 0 10 0
William C. Swan.................. 0 10 0
J. F. Burrows, Esqr., M.C.P............ 1 0 0
Mr. George Ratteray.................. 0 10 0
Mrs, Elizabeth Tankard................ 0 2 0
Mr. Augustus Pearman................. 0 10 0
William Gilbert..................0 5 0
James H. Burns................... 0 5 0
William H. Trott.................. 0 10 0
William Harvey................... 0 10 0
Peter Brangman.....,............ 0 6 0
George Rothwell.................. 0 10 0
The Female Charitable Union Society.... 3 0 0
Christian Association.............. 1 10 0
Good Templars Society............. 1 0 0
Mr. Thomas Trott...................... 0 4 0
William Bean, Senr......... ..... 0 10 0
William B. Place.................. 0 5 0
"' David Virgil...................... 0 4 0
Mrs. V. Brangman................... 0 1 0
Jane Simmons................... 0 1 0
Miss Jane Lee.......... .............. 0 I 6
Mr. F. Riddy.......................... o 3 0
Samuel Simmons.................. 0 2 0
Mrs. William Bassett................ 0 4 0
Mr. James Burgess.................... 0 2 0

James H. Bean........ ........... 0 5 0
The Scholars Concert................... 14 9 0
Mrs. W. A. Swan's Floral Exhibition.... 8 4 9j
The Board of Education................10 0 0
W. R. Perinchief..................... 3 0
H. H. Gilbert, Esqr., M.C.P. ........... 1 0 0
Mr. John Swan, Pilot.................. 0 1 0

60 5 3
Given in Labour and Material.
Mr. William A. Swan..................1 10 0
SamuelBean.................... 0 2 0
Grant Burns ...................... 0 3 0
Benjamin Jones ................... 0 10 0
J. W. Robinson ................... 1 4 0
Benjamin Fubler.................. 0 6 10
George Lambert................... 1 2 0
Arthur Virgil.................... 0 10 0
Israel Wilson..................... 0 6 0
Jacob Simmons ............... 0 6 0
Richard Beam, Sr ................ 0 7 6
John SimonQ, Jnr................. 0 5 0
Wnr. M. Peuaman.................. 0 11 0

Mr. J. N. Ratteray .................... 0 5 6
J. H. Bean......................... 0 8 1
Robert Wade, Snrn................. 0 5 0
SAlonzo Lambert................... 0 5 0
SJames Swan .... .............. 0 5 0
Richard Tankard.................0. 2 0
Wm. Swan................... 0 5 6
S"George Thtmmpson ................. 0 5 6
Daniel Raynor................... 0 5 6
S John S ott........................ 0 5 6
S Thomas G. Swan...............0.. 3 0

Total Amount given in L. and M.......9 16 11
Amounts owing for Lbor ai,./ Matarial.
Mr. James Swan............. .. .....0 5 0
r oshua Swan...................... 0 2 6
Richard Bean.................,. 0 3 0
Israel Wilson............ ....... 0 4 8
William Philpott................. 0 2 0
W. A. Viriral. .................... 1 14 6
William M. Peartan ............. 0 5 0
Smith Tacklin.................. 0 8 1
William A. Swan............... 0 5 2
S. Spencer...................... 0 11 0
Benjamin Jones .................. 0 5 0
W. R. Perinchief................ 1 14 3

Total amount of Debt...'.',,, S. 19 ',
Items of E,''iidi btr,.
Stones and Slates...................14 11i 8
Masonry ...............................13 19 10
Cartage ............................. 6 17 6
Material for window and door frames, 11 0
roof, &c...13 11 '0
roof &c..... .... .... ........
Carpenter's Work.................... 4 0 0
Lime .............................. 5 0 0
Smith's Work..................,...... 1 11 01
Nails ................................ 0 10 0
Doors and Sashes.................... 4 0 0
Sundries in.-lhtling washing and paint- 11 0 0
ing the whol- building............ 0 0

Aggregafe cost of work...... 75 1 0

DEn Ms. EiTron,-On Friday last I wan pre.
sent at a iccting of the Members of th,. Bermuda
Hunt Club held at the Town Hall, and of which I
happen to be one. There was a large at tendance-.
The object of th m niteiting was to regulate the did-
tanre for racing, kc., iud to make further atrranre-
mentsabout a Co-ure, as thel] for the present oeO
will soo, expire. Many suggestions were made
as to what steps should be taken. The Honoraly
Secretary of several places that would suit
and be more ci.nv-nir-nt for the gen.-r:tl piiblie; I.ut
certain o,:,1tUit:l. s reviled at piresett to et-ich of
them, and that if the tprsetit Rn.:..- Court,:. could be.
leased at a reai.:.ual.ile pri:c, for five years it would
be adviisable to secureue it, and whlit hwit agreed tio.
The majority of the members- considered, however,
that the Course should be in on bo:th sides,
and be kept ex.-litivf-ly forracing purposes, so that
it would be avaiil. :le for rmembe-rs to praetir.e their
horses at any time of the year, .nd could be ,openat
all times to any .haHlenue races, as land after being
planted is left in rather a soft condition, ofteu
catiting the horses to stuntile :tul usthin consider-
able injury either tr thernmelve. or their riders. Mr.
T. F. J. Tui.ker made a very good siuga~retion, sndt
which seemed to meet with general afppi,.ival, viE.:
that they should not sp.:tud too large an aninuut fior
a Race Course on .,th,:r peoples' land, :,s it would
be far better to put the minoiunt, wh;it,:-ver it might
be, on the Mount Laun-tou Grounds, as then it
would be inmproving what runa 1.e onsidilered our
own. Our Honorarv Sei rotary spoke in high t.eiri
of praise of th,>e fl-.h.lid lo atiou of th.- Moiiiut
Langton Grounds for a Race Courte, hlut it would
c'iut a i nutideral.i. sum of money. Hei und'-rstood
that there were ',,oiue persons disk-irois of tlutising
a portion. of those, grounds for various purposes,
such a itpul..11' park, a hortiiuilturtil antd a :ricul-I
tural gardens conibinedt, as well as a race course.
He thought if the latter could be rmoinagi.d in that
way it would be the cheaper. Iutl why lput
off the above most needed improvements to our
country for tiii.-thI-r term of years, when it can be
done at prtre,-t.t las wtll anyu fuitur.- time. Why
not some of. our ene-rg.-t;ie -nl w ll. .wisht of our
,'.itnutry start the ball and let this be one of the
enterprises to be placed on our Pr,-,irrannii, of things
which are expected to be nd,.-rt-ik-.u the e..imuin:
year 1883.
I beg to call your attention to the Numbers of
the Royal Gazette of 24th January and 7th Febru-
ary of this year, where you will find the above al-
luded to schemes fully ventilated.'
It is considered by* many that if Mr. T. F. J.
Tucker's ii.'u:eti.:.-u were .id.lh..-red to it would be
a cheaper .iud a better plan: that is to make the
course on other than private 'r.iinle. A pommit-
tee of four of the members of the Club were ap-
pointed to wait on the Owners of the present race
course to ascertain on whatt.-rnii it -rn be obtained
for a period of 5 years, with the priv ilg.:- t, rail it
in. It is not at all likiel thit the ownr.-r of this
valuable planting land would agrr: ior stu h a large
portion of it to :- ni il. 1 off for thr i puirpi.. at a
mere nominal rent. Why, the double railing of
itself around that course would cost a very large
sum of money, and the renting of the ground and
putting in order yearly cannot be less than 5I per
annum, and it would be cheap at that price.
If I may be allowed to make a ri:i:.ri-ilt- sug-
gestion to the Honorable Club iwf.-,- they enter in-
to another 5 years lease, I would say give both
sites good (,in-i-.rati..u before arriving at any con-
clusion, and I think you will find if you were to
spend the same amount of money on the Grounds at
Motint Langton, and i\ it i the great assistance you
would get from th. whoi,,- country, you would not
be very long in making a race course. In the the track of the course could be laid out,
at the wi.ltli ri-equirc-d, anid the mar-h soil tiold -"be
removed to a depth of :i ii.-hi-'_ or th: real.o-uts, anti
gravel or stone could be obtained for fillin.' in thi-"
excavation from the pulite lands, sintate.l otn both .
sides of the MIarsh (one of th,.-, plai (.-- is laid out
for a Public Stre t, where th.iounand- of ton ofruh.
ble could be obtained, and no doubt the C..rpor.tiou
would pay you well to remove it, a- it would ;.rat-
ly benefit the Town property, and th,.-y woiul doubt-
less contribute liberally besides, a they bhave n large
in-tnount of c capital iu handle at pre.unt. (JOn the-
northern side of th. Maush thc-re is a large hill of
soft rul-ble, which is of easy a,,e.-s, hnd whi'.:h
would tend to itnprov.- the Goiveruijneut' Grounds.
Thl nuiterial taken from the excavation would then

make a good top dre,tsinn'. It is generally thought
the country would grant- a liberal amount for this
purpose, and subscriptions could be taken up as
well, and you would meet with considerable assist-
ance from private individuals that would send their
horses and carts to help, which I have heard a large
number will offer to assist in this way. Indeed if
we could get the heads of our country to
ask leave to use our Goal Birds out of our Prisons on
this work, both from St. George's as well as HEamil-
ton, and sendthe female prisoners to occupy St. Geor-
ge's Prison, and give the 2,000 per annum which is
spent on purchasing h a rd stone for theizamusement,
in three years at least, we would have the whole of
this Marsh in splendid condition to receive some at
least of our much needed improvements, viz., agri-
cultural garden, public park, a race course, and an
aquarium for gold fish, &c. We could soon have
a beautiful park and lawn, covered with shading
trees; it being marsh land the trees would not take
long to grow.
Thiswork could be commenced by excavating
long ditches across the Marsh from north to south,
commencing at the western end, and most likely we

could get the loan of aS rnui.-:htrnmway iron as
would be required, andul could move th.,: trark back
as the work pei',::',:d, and with a few turn cars,
we would soon mrake great progress. The country
now have the iron works of several of th,:. .o-' lying
at the Causeway, which were used for that work,
ands isjust su-h ai- would 1t. required. I iimust now
stop fearintr that I may tire your readers. I do not
approve of long v.-riting, 1Ibut when I get steam
up and plenty of sea ro,.mi, I never know when to

Mn. EDTron.-Allow me to insert a few lines in
this week's issue, relative to the People's Steamer.
Doubtless most of the inhabitants are waiinr rpai-
tieutly to hear the result of the second re aling,
and debating of our Bcrnmuda 8. S. Bill, which is
to come before the Huorabl.:, House to-morrow,
sharp, at noon. It i. th.:ught. th,'re will be a large
number of sper-tat>,rs present, p rti..ularly, that
are interested in the wi-lfare of their iouiitrv. We
must not fiirget that we ardrawinginear thu' great
crisis when the 'A,'tE of .our ) hcri-'ed Horns will
be d-ecided, by our hoi.s n R,-pre, ?tatives ; whether
it wiuld hbe adi to put a Plug in the ship's
bottom and stop her sinking. or whether it is
thought that our coituntry i, to..o far gone to be
saved. I have hi:.ard it ,aid by eertaiin parties,
that Bermuda wa.- too poi.r to own a steamer, this
ill IrMon be p-c.ved, if we mec-et. with a rea-,oni;.le
guarantee. Yei, fuill rao6 sr-., what a heavy run
there will be .n thO Hlilifax BAnk, persons draw-
ing out their inonry and playing it in the PF'.pKIl'
Steamner, at a ,i trantl 1 intere-it o.f 6per cent., anid
every p;obability of roaliziLg from 10 to 20 per
cent. At thi, pre;cnt they are only realizing 3 per
cent. and the laiiki.r.- iv.,itinz it in other countries
at 6 per cent. I.- it any wivnider that we are going
back, wh,-n su.". nut-id.e draiu., as this, as well as
many -similar ones, are er.-o,,uraged in cur 'oin-
trr. There is no use for a few p-.' to tlrowv ol.,-
stacles in the way of our v.ount.rv liivinri htr own
Bout, they arr' ,.Ily c.,uiuinr -trifet in th'e country
amid c-:n dlo iheust-Ilr, no i..od. We all must ao-
kntwledtge, that the '.iatin qu>-ti...u has been fully
agitt.l-d, anl p.irti-ul irly slim% ing the great neces-
-ity we ha-rein getting our owni Stau.Cer, ausn. it
has bei-n well circulated t.,lh at hoinie and abroad;
and it i, an ente-rpri-se that is lI).k-d upon as one of
eertainty and for the c,.tiit rf -nur country, we can-
unt yield until n%,% get .iir P'e-'pl-s Steamer, which
i 1bounud to be t?he stirtin.- pint and saving of our
couutry-rn-f rtin; tj the old proverI1., an object
I hait i. worthI h it inr is worth ti.htintrg f.i-r" -this is
just how ' e .t,-n't; we strove to get. thi- ship
tlhrnough .ereral >he:lnntIs. b'. fre shae w '- allowed to
enter, even with her 1,:'i. l,:iti-i.rnrs ,n board, and
41111 houre-p.iwer, and she is n..v w.iitiung for the 6
per -enrit. gurin'r:nt.e o'f h(lnr money for her intend-
ed hundreds of sh:rt.lhol.!ir. It will take 10
months to eimplet. hier really fi:,r sea, and we have
just 13 inoutlihs lib.:f-.. tl e- i r'.i.t contract expires,
eo why dlay whlien you knriw tlh' ipc-.p i-are deter-
mint-d to a Boat. I uitd.-rstand the Orib,o o is
to run in op(-..-itii., to thb I'e.,iplc'-. Steamer. I
suppose th.,t her t.' ti.u,-r. and she is ac-
tepted at 2,tti- p\r aninurm. teI w..uld be bound
to make two trip pLer mniuithi a- now, but our Boat
be. ing a It t.I lto .knot, with all modern im-
prr.v. months, er.tild make threi- trips a month easily,
and having three steam wenches on deck, with
hateliwavr toi .it, we w..uld soon load and unload,
and] by that time our wh.trf will be built out fur-
the-r to enable us to come very near tihreto, and
our people would be 1'.rc to tr..nist their c.ain-
try's Boat, even th.ouglh om:n --o,1001 not own any
p'rt -f her, and w..- ...uld I' l(,-it.inia.u any rther
boat when our own was in, vi. n it they were to
lower their irniglt oin..-tlhir.l less, as common sense
woul-l teai-h u. it ..-il I ui' last long, and our Doat
must havre the preference. You w .tuld fin. the op-
position Company woiu.l. mi.t long remain at this
Losing garr .. :intd n. iii1 I...e v.:-ry glad to :m.tin us
over their -ontrar. with .(i 11 ) hboot. All we want
in our country is unity among our r-' p., and not
quite so .uin-h frr s~lt; we have some among us
that would sooner go without benefiting them-
sehlve ra,..-r than start an e.ilt-, ii.... that he knows
wo uldl b.-i. fit, well .,- him-.-it. Doubtless
'.ve have a flew iHi our midst that w.i..i.l rather have
rhi Steamer owned by a few, but that is not tl.e
obj.--t of th.: .- r rii-.- nor would it benefit our
country any itn,.i r ii ,l present line ; as it would
only be accumulating great amount of riches for
a few to be invested out 14f th,- inittr, as there is
no opening here, but if people wirh small means
had an interest, the I iuit v would benefit, they
would spend a great joart 4.f the ship's earnings
among us and would give our inhabitants fresh
' ti firht on. T-,: 1'..: S'-, Sti.arn:-t is the
i.ully thlt woual, piy iti ti-., i country, if we
w.-re to fail in that, w-- L..i. b i ittr,.It to patron-
ise the present line of steamers, but I think we will
have no cause to reflect on the result.

pI IANOS anI Organs sold on the Instalment
Vl- at E.' T. Child's.

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RID TTr-.-Z Oi;Er.v.'ioY, PhirLPs, N.Y., tV..t. -22.
,-Prof. Bi,,kcs. this ni-- rniu- r'.-rified thi diic, very
made by himi vi-t-r.:la ..f :i tfr',rnientarvy c.-iet 8
d(- ree- i-i.t of th..- g. itr .'.,r. t It was %*nialler
thi-< t.rniruirj and resembles in firm the :elebrat-
ed, lrtiOn',u .lti'lche. f.,.rn the Bih-lar eonfi:t. It is
I.iar the path of thLr r-at .-..nll:! and Prof. Brooks
l:,.-l.,*., it to be i.-l-ni, tLI with th,. envelope thrown
off te,-\,rh! days ago.

Pi..fe-s,,-r Lewis Boss is .f opini...u tht th.e : omet
which is now .t',,z in-, tlih, at t-ntion of d.ttroui:,niers
is ile:,tical with the one sc-u in 1>4'; ilnd in 1850,
and that it has almost grazed th1e iirfai.. of the
:-iin, l:,vii- [. : I 1 --3 within 10 ,i,,i ii ic., of it. H-
says that the comet ,-'i! }l], move wore
-l,,yIV on a' ..t.!. of the ft "ti' n of the solar atmos-
lph-w, :,ud il- attraction of the sun, into whi..h it
will ti ii! h fill. Professor Boss says: -" \We may
exp- t the comet (.k1-:. *iu in 1'"'1, if not sooner.
At .each i fr.*h plu'-:'. ;i t :ttua.:-4-.he-re the
comet, hi.-.h at ti, t mir vill L.. ii ving with th.
enormous velocity, f ,7 1..r ,.1.n.a, will 1..e impe.
ded in its flight. '"'t,- r. iIlt of thi-H will t.. make
the intervals between successiv. r. ,n'it--, ,utihna'.ly
diminish in length. IT. i..rt.'1l t...r,_r will b.-:ome
th, mail fli.-h. of the -phl .ll nI..t i.nui.:r the nll-
powerful and i. 'h_- :. .. t" .n i .f th,4 .-Uii. At
last, and, as I believe, before th I.. .,f ti.. lres-
ent century, the comet, r- i n: .It it. r-:urring
aipIr..;.:h..- t ,:, th ,, \ ill i%% t l.,- I, %-v.- iun the
s.i'l-r iii ..-p r.- :,t .n t'. t t to l re-
sisted. It i!l Ith,.n 'ill I. ul:.nh.- it, ile ,'iui and
vanish front tihr.- t Ii ...ii: if .,in. t. fr This
ca:t:-trollih, r,...y ,. r .-. t ,..n ir :or : i -p ars I M .
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~ wo Silver Medals and "First
rder of Merit," Melbourne, 1881.
s 4~ al-other odqunr, of the finest quality only.
is strongly recommended, being more lasting
and fragrant than the German kinds.
celebrated for so manyyears, continues to be
made as heretofore It 1e strongly Perfumed,
and will be found very durable in use.
a new and Indispensable Toilet accompany.
ment, and most refreshing Perfume for the
and other SpeealiUelania general articles of
Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, aad of Ihe msnu.
24, Old Bond Street, London, W. ,
Pries List Free on AZpcaftion. -
S CAUTTON.-Punkhawr are cauutoned to avoid
counterfeie t by observne t'ha ea ch article is
lab led with e rm' Tras Mark, a 1 Whi1e
I.oset on a Golden Lyre.",

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