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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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00100
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. 46-Vol. LV. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTZQUAS. a24i. per Aun


SIamfloff, iBer.nedv, uue.'daiuS, *'osvenmbrr 14, 188!.

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B ER I?1 IUAD. ]Heathcote Hill School,


NEW GOODS,


Proceedings of the Hnooraile L.egislatve E
council. ; e Eand Retail.
Tuesday, 7th .Novacmber, 1882.-Pursuant to ad- ---- c i
nurnment the House met. J If I + UTHH Subscriber i-as just received
orn i Hoonor o ah Ree, Chief Jutice and Offeru for .-'dr, a well as.oried Stock
PrTheH I Wdent; ling, Certificated Schoolmaster, o wele a mied
7."he Hoorable, Wm. H. Gosling, G toce ies ald .C n e d
J. H. Trimingbaami. 'TRAINED at ST. PAUL S COLLEGE, Groter bannedd
Eugenius Harvey, J CHiELTENHAM, andcertificatedl 864by Goods
Joseph II. Harvey, the. Committee ot Coutniil on Education, Engo- ?
SasTucker, R.ecr.en ., land ;-lso, the holder of several Certificates J Oenl., i,,dg--
0. S.T LerCo ecy. f ;owu the 8iJnce anil Art Departieut, South gs RICE *rO l
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy. from the S nce an Art Department, South Bas OATS Kits SOUNI)s & TONGUL-'
The three following Resolves and ia Bill were 'sigton Londc n and SALM(ON,
brought up from the house ot Assembly and seve. Having placed the above .School under the Fat MACKEIt EL
rally read a tirstime:-- controloflthe Boar.l of Education, begs to TinsSOUP-- in 'uriety
A Resolve voting the sum of 140 for deifraying inform the Tilhabitant-s of Somerset, and the MEATS A
the cost of keeping, cleaning, and repairing, the neighbourhood, that, after December 31st, BLOATERIS HER RINGS NARIN4ES
Pilotage Buoys and Beacons, 18.2, thi., School will be :open to pupils of PICKLES SAUCES
A Resolve providing the sum of 41 for repairs both sexes. H.,. will be assisted by MRS. OX TONGUES MUS'rTAID
and maintenanceof the old Buildings, &c., at Non. LINES, whoisan expeuieni-ed Schoolmistress, hMack PEPI ElL NUT.EGS 11CR
such Quarantine Station, and successful teacher. aln who has obtained CINNAMON, &c &C., &c.
A Resolve granting to Win. Henry Green the prizes for designs nd work in English Point .
sum of 18 1it as compensation for hil services as Lace, both in England and Bermuda., I ALSO
Constable during the Inquiry itt the case of the MRs. LINES will/devote a portionn of her hests Good ogou nd other
British Bark Stella." time to the instruction of the young Ladies in et and ther
And, plain and fancy Needlework. Teas,
A Bill entitled AS. Act relating to certain MRt LINES has been a suc.:essful teacher for Tins COFFEE I).,. C111iCOIY l
Tra urnLedi-iniid next', ,he 10th instant, at more hban twenty years, ,,nd feel. himself Fancy BISCUITS at low prices
11-80 a.t. (.'i-ughl. competent to give a sound general for Cas!h,
] '80anE -",.i.I h -I Education, Qn 4 ..n 1a. d. ... ;- .. .... i r 11 a Q


BAND PERFORMANCE 2Ni, N. I. I.. r- as may require it, through the higher branches
FLES, P. ,-r ..cT. of M:tthtiumatics and the first stages of Latin
The series of very enjoy.,LLe prfuitiuanIcs which and French.
were given by the l.aud ur this Battalion last win. DRAWING and VoCAL Mustc will be taught
ler wt re renewed ou Miodavy and TTuilay, 30th daily in the School, .
:i,.o 31st th.)eellr, lq. MR. and MXi<. LINEs invite the inspection
For the aopein ot the season the Burlesque ofoff theirnumerous testimordials as to character
The first part f the performance was entirely and ability before pupilsare placed under their
given ov-Ir to the Strinu. Baund under the condue- care.
lor-hip tf the Bam:,last..:r, Mr. Robert Brown, the iIo'LD.\Y.s,-Eight weeks in the year.
Programme beinu g :. follow.:-- TERMS,-Pupils over nine years of age 6
PART I. per annum-undernine 4 per annum.
1-OvErnRTu ..Chant "Du" Poets iStringBand) Payments are reque-ted to be made punctu
Herman. ally at. tbe en-l of each quarter.
2-Selectiou.. Reuinn .-:u.', of Offenbach (String of each quarter.
Band) .. .. .. .. .ieviere. November 4, 188 !.-3
'3-Quartette..Colue likr :Be-autifulDre:i, n, M,..'ii s. -. .-..
I-loely, Porter, Hit.]h,, ..u- Sh.:. ;.t .,. E. B. Jones
t-Solo for Clarionet. C',.,a.:.rt Ari,: .Sri .-t. Ei-
r .. .. Person. Corner of Queen rld Heid Streetk,
)-Gavotte..Louis XIII. .,,IforBells) M. HAS JUST RECEIIEL,,
6-Song..Dearest Ima.- of tmy Heazt (M. Gritley) from London via New York,
+ "". *! ENTS and youths ready-made
7-Grand Fantasia..Erin (with Chorus) ilitr. I T G CLOTHING
Band ... .. .. Basquit. wLOTHING
b-Song (Ora.1 Natio'.,l Hands all Round (M, Do. Do. Felt and Tweed HATS
Sweeney) T.. '. i.,.'v Do. Do. CAPS
9- Waltz (Vocal)..Deutsche Liebe Lieder with COLOGNE, &c.
Bell .'c..:inlnyrmnt.I .. .. Icartmann. Hamilton, November 7, 1882.
The Baud play,1I leii.nrk:lyc w.-ll thriighiiiit,
great pri-tei.ein i diu to Setigt. Emery, wihi in ou CROWN
iurt.uco playiedd a Silo on the ('1itionert in excellent
6tyvl-. Tho- Bell]--ttoo.oinifli ult1I6asPtheywere T I N M P N
by Band-mi.,u Swteuey were a great success and T*
elicited ruilldl of applause. h d hCornr of Reid & Burnaby St(-.,
3req,.-l. RPl1y, Port,.r, Hii"i-he, ',ndd hea uext
gave th,. Quartette "Come like:, Beautiful Dream" Between Medical Hall and the 'Gazette' Office
in capital style. B-,.lhdliu Griffey also gave the Hamilton, Bermuda.
Sonv "Dearest I,, ,g of my Heart" in good Maullfiacturers of all kinds of k\era-
style, but l,-irhtpslthli h .. thing of the even in ted Beverages, Double Soda Water, Lemon.
the fira t 1..irt of the rrt..I'.. w is the "Nati- ade, Belfast Ginger Ale, Quinine Tonic Water.
onal SoII-," with Cliure.t. -tauls All Round" ado, n omo at.
was rendered by Bzld.it.u .s-,.-u.v, who made Chamipagne Cider, etc, etc., of superior qual-
the au.idie-u,. thor..ughlyv 1ppr.ciate the spirit of ity, Soda Water and Seltzer Waterin Syphons.
t1,e Sun. Next came th-...1.-1. ratr.l Vocal Waltz Prices as low as any other cEstablishment.
" Deiuttich. Lieder," with Bell a.ccompaniment Special Terms to Cauteens, Messes, and
(Sweeney) ;which was received like the National large Consutmers.
Song," with loi.Lnd ,f :pjplntu.-. August 12, 1882.-3m.
Part I. was fullui.wed by a R,.Lding entitled
I'P Paddy tlj, Piper," bv S, i..rian fstir H. Mc-
Namara of tlie Battn., wiI. hi r 1i' ll appriated. anted.
Next came the pi." ..: c'ot tle c-'euning. VIZ., 1AlaI-
din ortheW(oudert'iilS,. :iup," the t.:.oriyf which In an Officer's family .1 6.f O j
it is needless- to tel, ri ryldy beiugg ., well ac=-" O (F i,
'uiiuted witli it. It w', plivye. withl reat l0irit A
threug.out a w.l,- riu irk-.ly wtll ratpplauided by must be well recommended. Liberal wages
an appreciative aii.lience. will be given to a suitable person.
A word or two to ti,. -h.raiters however.-I '" Apply it the (Olice of this Paper."
shall comr:nte with the Widow Pwaukay (Sweeney) October 3, 1 b2.
who was th,- lit,- al soul of the iie-e throughout.
Th- Stlt:,n .'lh,. too, was a monarch o.f a 11T.
amusing type, and made the audience thorouL-hli .iN IC.
understand the- 'noble sentiments of Chin-t's Ent
pe Vw.izier Ha c w .pi..,l, th .o HE subscriber will not be liable for any
The Vizier (Hau tlorut', w ,:apir'l. ,tho 0o'eT V .,(- YS or VA LU_, .... trans.-mited-
ltiu-' wcll ziv,u and the humour oft h,. part being S or V transmuted
tho,rti.nilv eutnlred into. by 'omerset Ml;i! Coach or other ot his Vehi-
-"The Vizier's Hope and Pridt," in the :ipe of' c es used as Publi-e (... .' unless value i
Pekoe haid a guAl c-repr.-sentative in Griffey, who declared at time of fn ,wrditilg antd the Freight
looked, dre..-sed and played r:mni.rkably well. thert i-w Pit PAII).
The Hero ..f the pkr.e Aladdin isa pl.ayvd l.y CRAW LEY
Mayo was capital, tl scene -ou rniung the Pik-
wick Sniokinr'" being irz"-i..tibl" funny. Maill C o rctor.
The Ma:tician Ab.iaz.' iihd a good reprec-uta- omerset, Oct. -I, 1882.-3
tive in Peufold whl, looked as fierc-e ne could ---- ------ ----
possibly expect. Hi- scenT-witi tht Wid.- w Tw.iai -l. Id
kay was full of humour. l0". t e ,
'he i Genius of th- Lump (Heury) looked about as
horril-le as one could fauy him. -....
The Lady with the **lar.-e eves, wellplaced, and -Il i .ji fl 'r
fullof fir.."' wi- ,i..,,itably play v, by Lad Atkiu-b [ .4 .
son, who spoke his lines admirably and who de-
rrve-,the .-grete-t r,.dit for hi pl:iyin. We intend dispatchiig suitable'
On the ,ee.,:ud evening t he pert'ormauce whii-h "-r -.'e P w. .
was nuder the- atrouai, of His Excellency the VES 'ELS r 1 DBERiMUDA SaIllng
Governor, was te O'Lrne, with the ext Read.iu ,bv Sch:.,:,lnaster.MeNamaraeatitlkd "The -K Nor'. 11, 18.2. Deer. 9th. 1882.
Gridiro,u''" which was well re:eivhed. Z T aA .... 6, IS y3. Feby. 3, I -03.
A Chiunee r.treet e .eu. paint,-d for the occasion fMa- ;d,18S3. ApI. 1, 1- '3.
by Corporal \\ u staff, w:rs re-tin rka.blyv w-1ll dLu.- i,: c ...
and wa. C o.nerally d.iir..i If .uffi.ient u kucement offi-r.. will dispatch
The pierforninuce" ere a rteat su..,es', th.r C'luib Vessels aft i.rward.
hav'ingu tiun-iper hours. ..Ioth ..:.n.iu-. :,ud nt All Gjoo.ls cai tried at Low 1t tt' 'f Fr,-ight,
only do wI uhope t. see the Bndl continue to per. a-,] l:syal.Ile in Bermuda.
foriu duriungtheirresidie.- iu the eI.lanl.,ut : Fir fui tl information apply toi JOHN S
a6ls hIpe to iee ,ua-r,-.It a .:iti.ti:i 4' ..I--. i rDAitELL, E-q., Agent at S't. Georges, o01
tunit pof th.n- lat .eth,'i..u .i w- tiki.t t hir ;it,1.1r- W ,T JAM E', Esq., Ag,-nt, at I .at m fI:ltu ',
I,ers of the Band for their tr,.nl.e in iupplying~1.U: II BERMUDA.
_reat anusii.emnnts. J. B. NEILY & CO.,


Shipping and Commission Mren.naLts,
HALI FA.X,
Nova Scotia.
Octob.:r, 16b2.


CON VI,'XTTOAN HIai~d F'llS.
J. S. B3. COX,


Ifturnaby S
(0ppoi.ize M ildka! 11. 1.
Hiamiltoui, Nov. 7, i -i"2.--. i

For Sale,
1 0 | BARRELS Early Rose PO-
J 'ATOES-specially select.
ed for Seed,
200 Barrels Best Table POTATOES
150 Barrels Fish G UANO
50 Bags Southern FERTILIZER
And a few BAttles uf ONION SEED which
will be sold from this date at, 4, per bot-,
tie to Cash C(ustomers.
I Secoiti l H.id 1U'GGIE
1 New Open CARRIAGE
Both will be sold Cheap to close a Consign-,
moent.
ALBERT INGLIS.:
St. George's, October 4, 1882.


Notice.

EXPECTE'D To Arrive per Schr.[
GOODWIN," from Nova Scotia, mo-
mnently looked for,
Prime Garnet Red

PO0 TA TOEAS,
selected especially for Bermuda 3Market,
BUTTER OATS LUMBER
Best Merchantable B R ICK-.
Onion "IIOOK &c., &c,,
which will be offered very Cheap for Cash on'
the Wharf.
A. J. RICHARDSON.
St. George's, 6th Novr. 1882.

B ermud alc e,
Made from Pure Rain Water.
Can be used under :all vircumiUancaes without tlih
Janger ant.ilt.-i all uiipt.'ie.led Ice, which in
most cases affr-ct the sys.V-itt in the same maa-
ier as a cha!ijge ii. drinkiii. water.
The ubseri'er is now prepared to furnish Ice
at Depot, Burnaby Street, from 6 a.m. daity,
and delivered in flamilton and Vicinity from 8
a.m. to 12 o'clock-Sundays excepted.
1Price Half Penny per pund!.
This being v home industry I respectfully ask
a continuance of the Public patronage.
THOSE. AILES.
lhamilton, ,.lay 15, 1886.,


NOTICE.
T E VTElRNARY IUSINEAS con-
Sdup.ted jointy by us from January lst,
16s2, to date, is hereby discontinued, and all
Amoinits IDU E for Professional Services up to
Septr. 310lt, 1882, are requested to be PAID to
r lEOD) F; OU I i- H.Ii.Id)GE, and all
a mouttst ron Octr. I, I ,2, to date, to E. H.
I c THEODORE OUTERBRIDGE,
D. V. .-.,
E. REID MERCER,
D.V.4
Hamilton, October 25, 1882.
Mattress Maling and
Clicningi.
THE Undersignied is prepared
to M \KE and REPAIR MATTRESSES
at Reasonable Rates.
ar Satisfaction guaranteed.
SMRS. JANE RILEY,
Sale Kettle.
A October 25, 1882.


R. B. Y. Club
TE NT,
TA RiCE CO UR 8 E,
SHELLY BAY.
(GENTLEMEN requiring LUNCH-
Eox at above Tenout on day of Races, will
please secure Tickets for same.
STick-ets may be obtained at RB. B. Y.
Club, prior to, or at Tent. on day of Race.
J. L. AUSTIN,
StI.ard
I. B. Y. Club.


N.B.-In addition to the a
will be a Second, were no
Club may obtain Luncheon.
Hamilton, Ootober 24, 1882.


POTATOES.


above Teut, there
n-members of the
J. L. A.


Her Majesty's Dockyard.
Bermuda.
TENDERS are lovited from Join-
ers willing to contract for the
Repair, Varnishing and
Painting of a Quantity of FURNITURE,
at Admiralty House, Clarence Hill.
An OFFICER will attend on Tuesday, the
14th instant, at 10 a.m.. to point out the
work, and Tenders (shbewing proposed
date of completion) will be received by me
up to Noon of


The i8th Instant,
By Order of the Captain-in-Charge,
JAMES STONE
Acting for Naval Storkeeper.
4th November, 1882.


POTATOES. R
The rUndersigned expects to receive W ar Department Lands.
tx Brig!. '' PITT,"
About 1lth Instant., EN DERS will be received u,
A CARGO OF O to 12 noon,
Choice Garnet Potatoes,' On the 16th Instait,
Elected expressly for the Bermuda Market, Fo the flowing Wr Departmnt Lettiugs.
' which will be Sold at low prices for Cash and LTtoi Detting
on accommiiiodatig teruis to approved purehas- Letting No. 5
ers, (Known as Richardson's Lot," T.GBOOFl0,
THOS. H. PITT, outh East of Royal Barrar.ks, and contain.
3ti Front St. ing about I rooe, 30 perches of GrMaing
I, niltv a tfM ..--..,,- li. s ( 0 Land.


E


1

20(
1i

2i
2!


St,


Just Receive
x Str. Alpha aud Brigi
From HALIFAX, N
00 1IBLS. EARLY
100 Do. GARN
ally selected for Seed,
0 Bbls. Prolific, Jacksons and
0 Do. Splendid APPLES.
And ex "Orinoco,"
8 Bbls. APPLES,
9 Bbls. American GA NETS fo
All of the above will be Sold
ALBERT
. Georges, Nov. Uth, 18.S2.-twice


Letting No. 50,
d War Depiartment Lands lyig between Fort
t. Birdie, Victoria and Albert on the North and West-
.r i em Redoubt and Old Cemetery on the South,
o* | at ST. OGonorG; comprising about l6 acreg,
ROSE 3 roods and .- perches of Pasture Land.
ETS--,pe- Possession of Letting No. 6, let
December, '82, and No. 50, let January, '83.
Stonewall, Forms of Tenders can be obtained at the
Commissariat Office, Hamilton.
T. B. STEWART,
A. o0. G.,
r Seed. Senior Commissariat Ofiee,
Cheap. Comminsariat. Hamilton, n
Thteta.T 4th November, 1882.


3 1


WO


"Long Island Brewery" PUBLIC NOTICE.

ALE AND PORTERn. pHE Lords Commissioners of Her
sh Supply recently rece Majesty'Treasury wishing to withdraw
A Frosh Supply recently receiv- from circulation the light Gold, the same will
ed from the above Brewery in Casks of be received in this Office until further Notice.
36 Gallons each. Persns Tendering for TREASURY BI.LS,,
Beer .Shops'as well as Canteens can be fur* or paying in money for other purposes, will be
nished the above at a low figure by called upon to pay the di.,frencA between tue
THEOS. J. LIGHT'BOURN, weight of the coin ta..ed n~a ;its lea ', c x-
Irent weight-namely
Agent, Sovercigns 122.50 Or ins, Troy Weight.
Front Street, Hamilton., Half Do..- 61.125 Do. Do. Do.
Oct 2nd, 1882. at the rate of two-pence (2d.) per grain.

H. F. LUKE,
staff Paymmater.
Tresaury Cheat floor.
.. ..... r A V Treaury Chest Office, Bermuda,
0 J j Hlamilton, 6th November, 1812 .


Offic.e at ICE IIOUSE, R.4st fir-udway.


iBirthdav. Xmas


TpHE .suhseribers would r-seec 'uliy inform AD R
the people of amiton and vi iuity tlat NEW YEAR C ARDS.
they are now prepared to attend to a lloarderb N Y C R D
for Ice in a first class mnier and 8at th' ieas. able price of ilait-Pritay py r pluir.. iion.-r, .'Aoiir.
We ill klinp (i-it:ily o nd i .. lh Nw ; ----------- ---..,.
Ice H.use, East '.ia.w:s., a -u,.p .i .n F. i j 0 & t od ri
thruughou, the year for the i ei.elit o ...ir u.- O. CO U glUgI
towers who may require Ice during winter -
no hs. I BRUCE, Private Board id
By prompt attention to our customers and I i SS BRUCE, Private Board and
strict attention to our business, we hope to re t LodUgig YorFk tre, Wes Knd, .,
ceive a sh-tre of the Public patrunage. Oure '".28., 1882.
Iee delivered daiy (.-utidays excepted) in _
lidniitur aid vicinty ih ltl..11Ui ., Alias
N. lJ.-lt, OUU. 'SE open from 7a.=.mto 5OMERS'ISL INDS
6'30 p. m. ddily, Sundays excepted, when it i
will be opeu from 8 to 9. Hi Eeletc. L eu.-Gmner P.
L. G ALLWL O VPEY, it. .,Go.
JOHN B. STAHL & CO., ernoi, Commander- in -Chif.
at llBroeadway, 11Mnsios. Vice Admiral and Ordinar,, fi
June 20, 132..-:f. ',ad omtt the. /Islands, ~e. lsg..


'W ai ted, fieI ",.o "i'F t- ..
aV tLi i Uea *. "" r, t,,,a p..r d for Jl,-. .,,.';.r
Y an English %V 0W M A a ilaton ...8 ol ', le l4;eorg of JoiEPH B ,1 as-,
t_ HOUSsrl KlPn Rand u1 ,.*h ..o'r ,n.-<,Iae. .t ... i .a. ,. '
U SE'KEEP ad aids, ltsl'iln, dece**d.
General S /' V.LiJ I to One Or I his is iherefur- t gie motiei, thai It ltay
two iingle GerLtleien or Ladies; is a good trinr ea-oni ti aew au jut aem
t'ook.-Address, G. G.. Post Lflite, -Hatmiltou. the said tdiiniatration should not be graa'ise
October 30, 18l2. unto the said THlOMta H| ENRY P'li', j
nior, he, she, or they, are to Mle his, i tr,
W a-lnted, or their Caveat in writing, in the ,Secroar,
allte Office of these Islands within Fiftle daplIr.r
(About the 6th of Aovember next) 0he'ublcainthre., t otewis she Isla
bu h6th oebernet inistration will be granted accordingly
A KGROOI, to look after a CAVENDISH BOYLE
g rae and Trap. Chm Sr
Apply at the Oftice of this Paper. D ated at the Secretarj's Office,
Hamilton, October 13th, 1882,. this 4th day of Novr., 1882.


TIME IS MONEY.
cHILD can supply you with a reliubl:' Clock
from 8/ to 3. All Warranted.


riaminou, out Fwovetnoex, ionz.-v


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.

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EKLY l-EPORtt bF TniE WEATHER at
Gilbh's Hill Light Sthtibn iat eo niula b.-twveen Ihl
5th and l'th Novpenerl- 1 h- bi-thi lovr,- the sea
Lpin. 246 feet ,t base, where tle b ;r-,.t"i kept.


LAW IRI?OG.T.

'"OtRT OF 0EXER.IIL A.YSIZE.
?.1I';H.EL.A' T "TE ',,- 1 *'?-'.IVIL '-I-lONS,


L'als'. j ,r Adjour.i'- ?it ins.;
I- ii -I I @ B-fr-e HI-- FHon .rt.- 'rt r .T-isn' E -i.I thiP
S rereraRemnarks, O-in. E. HA-.I.v:Y a. ,1 .. H Tr.im.oaui.t., As-
"S' I-' sTlftta t lE.i.-.....

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Alo t ,NW i ;. .:.. Fine. Cloi,. Thi:, Attinn.y (;e re r l f -..i' th, ploia itit -jive-ifor
I it 9 T77Goi.i :1 qu llv 'l.. -t t :iA l t.uI- itiou '[ .1.t
S N *I ""' ],. l Fino .tl'-a'! ijt ,t- re.l up ft..r 27 15 t i ,l. i.-ist-
('. ,\, r,,,;" :9 :,,'. 1"-l Fin,, t:', 1 .;.
10 ir :-' 0 q t )i 0-'i Fill ,r '.ILL.AN" '. FrBLEIr.
11 Nnv t;II' t 9-9. i.ir -i -,itailly T :-e: Att.,-t i': (, -: ..r l f-..i th, r,- di tiff mio''-..l f.r
IEINtEl ,, ,''30p.t.'Ar.- ..--. -.-.' ,..jud4 rmen-t-anidtax:tion iof cost-
JO'-'EPlP UL i.t.-'hi NC iPF. Jliudlgan,,1 it t-t e.. up for it I':il, ; <.o-I tax-
ed at *., I' t i. .


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i;: -* 1/.-,. Auovember 14. 1882.


CUSTOM HOUSE-IIAMILTON.
ENIELED.
Nor'. 9-- .il Ste i',.er Oriunc', Fraser, hNw York;
4l:,1hI-h Ishe-ry, 1 box m .,-h.:iuliz-, e.
I tr,-e.r. Uelli.: s'rr, Situl. Pt.rtd:ir.I, M!aine ; bux
rq..,',n-id nl drunun iio Tro : & ',Co '
1L -BKrt: Exscelsi'.r, ifvtr, -.hedinf, N.E : 'as-
si.'l,.J .:a.go to W. E. Tlbot.
CLEARED.
S.-B M Bt '?ifh ,E. i K-lienie-dy, Peterson, Bruns.

CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
Nov. S--R. M. St:eara.:-r Alpha. Crowell, Jamaica;
mail andt merib-iriize.---Ag,:-ut, J. M. Hayward.
10.-l a.pquq Eliza B-irpis, Hollis, New York; cattle,
hay, ke., t,. Trott & C-ix. x .: A
11-Sclr. Spring Bird, Simmons, from St. Martina
Bound to Bobtpu, lajen.. with salt;- in distress.
Experieneo-l nuch heavy "'eatber. Has been
within .50 mileL'of CaIo Henry. Hull, sail-, and
rigging, daniged.-Agoent, J. S. Darrell.
Schr. Lilian, Le Cain, Digby, N.S.; lumber to T.
H. Pitt & Son.
&-hr. E. Good in, Griffi Halifax; assortqdc-ar.o
to A. J. Riclard-ia.
CL'EA E:P. .
Nov. 8-R. M. Steam'or Alphi, Crowell, 'Halifax;
'.... '
Sclr3.elu1H d, Leseur, -Halif.ix ; a.sirtt-d cargo.
11- iigt. Birdie, Nickersou, New York; sugar.'
P.ASENiGEES.
IdtheiaR. "M. Steamer ,'Ai.'',i ffirn Jamaica:--'
Mrs. .Grow'ell, Mr. O'Brien.
I tte R M. St eamer-* aLv f,-r Halifax:-lMres
Crow,:-ll, Mr O'P.rei n; Per C..ut' .t ',inor Bray.
R.A wife ail, child.--I'ce;:. Timothy Corcorain.
In the MAiil Steaimer Ori'.eo. on Thursdayv la-t.
for New York-.Mrs. Jolni-it.u, Ili:rt .s. W'. i;.lA-
MIis Marvy S ilorub3i", Mli-.. irahli itchell, Lient."
C. B. -Neale. R.N., M-c.its. U. D Gwyer, Huhli
'oue:S, J. v. Co.iii.u, 1R. T. Frith, Howlauind P II,
M. 'i fitir-he11.--'./ ('.:, -, Mit. Ba.rne-s, Mi
Lawrence. Mis-i 5u4iii.
In thl Brist. is, .ie at Ft. G r,-.r from HI:i-
fax ,n thf 3!i3 in.-t ..t .-N E. n":.Lt, ',-..
Ku:ghtb 3 ,'h .! .-u 'uJ -fraint, ?,;. E ..it, dI-r-..r
Cli' e 4 i0i .'tinin-iril. .
t'ti. EL. l- i t i '.i hi 'T i or, aI i ij. I v-'^' i
l ,,fr i e'lif c., t, f,, iabi al ,. .... .. .ud > .a ,i
lu.'i' ,i ii ,, fe.. >.., uh i. *,,,d nl .',,,,liti.,n.
i.*'d. Ships. T,,rr.', :,an F., i .' xt,, were at Port
Roya JainJaica, oi the Jrd instant. ,


from our Spor.-ii Correspona.nf.
SHELLY BAY RACE COURSE,,
Nove iu.,eri l'th, 18,82..
D Au MinR.' EITOR --Thu:, ,:,ur--. promises to be
in a fine condition for the 15th.
Msp44i STArES.-Figaro ne-ver wa i bt tter; Pin.
afo'e %vill pip omeu fouror five b-hindl and may lbe
the n-'1 a-j.e-," indeed. L'" is lo.:oking well
and promises to show a tight match. Sir Garnet
is undecdd wLhoiu.he will carry as a.rider: it he
vwereunfb i t uand ha.d hbid ai jockey to train ftor
a uiouth uori'"r wfiks, I sliould bhve plni:ed him as
1priinier ofi ti Maiden. But look ship Jo.:ks do
not be too -'tniuine, as ia little bruwn Mare may as-
tonish you on the third round.--Sr. GEOR'Esl.-Srul-
tan. if he dtLi inut sulk, would probably ,en+- two's
to l .. -;u t.'.t -*.T.n. is fist, a1nd it ,oul do)
ni.t .ilt--u, you -, ill tini you i.v re no
,, !'f v'. .'l r.I, w :uI in thL i-. t ud !a. I -
. -i'- n.o nu y3i h !.. :r i iit it i.t 'e. the-
"Ur.Liid 1; rti ry,'.'. .is tl,-rei yoea i'iv h',v O' f i-.q -
ter 1-IatAc,-. I li iadi 2\ ie .te owners uioft Erlip,-
aun' Auoostta to ke-ep their 'horsI. fre-.h fot th"
Bermuda -tnkes, if they want to show t. t(he ni:.rld
the ftarest thae oi rec-ord. I put doiun a dead he.t
for th.t-xwels if--thir- ii d.:.n,, 1hriirwhi: fir:r
one runs th.- Hurdhe will .-ive place to thel
other in the Bermuda, and they have no sura hope
of winning in the Hurdle, as surer horNe-i than
these are there and have rhovwn wonders before,
and thboldhveteran will no doubt come to the front
again, poisiblyfnor the last tim U, buti he is sure, aund
Jugglex will no dolibt make a go9o0d second.-TarE
GRAnD MILITARY wc all know dot.s rightly bel..ung
to Sultan, Lut he is sometimeil IroaOs aund woMld uot
like to ventur-- mueh tin him :u a his temiiier is s,
queer piAVu tw e.vttful 'lth may Bei a el,.,4ao- -irv
for the ilTtle Lronu Mare do.,.- .sonjt-tmn. i shove out
aheni slihe ft.els like it, aind ]has iv-n him nim-v tr
aub wUih. training.-TaE BtaLEMtur, a, I s.i:idL h-
for-, is d-ltihud to bo tlh- f.L-te-t things. of the d:y,
and .sh.uilil -e thi:. Eolip'.e, Pin-',t-re, Aruo-,ka.s,
and Figaro, head and h,.ni]. whlilt Dexter mayi be
there.- Ts PoLO,--well, that's P,,ll's me to
place thdwfimner; and Dollie proinist- well to come
to the front, provided she does not get her left eve-
knockedl out with the butt eud oft' hL-r Jtc.key's whi'ip.
TEl'ns SUIp airIY HUMrtica'r will be the cr,',wiuaig
race nQ dub,; forias'. the CON:ouA.:IoN will h:,ve
all b:.hi- howts., .e-o S;hellyv.Bay H-.mili...,n ill h ve
nearly nll the winners in, autd the-n will pr.-e th-e
proof 'r falla" of handicappinur.
"JO.'KEY" RETIRED,
I EwnmItE sR TUa 15TH. ,
iAIEn STArs- S.ertrii-, iz. :-Pinaf.ire, L,"
ropsy, Dollie, Sir Garuet, Figaro, Misv- ,C'o'l-
1-. ,,, lt l 9, *"


Ror ri-.:' Orsirv'rrnse & 4'OTEn. E
This was an a,. ti..u broi, :-,ht i.by Mr. J r .-,phi Hen-
ry Robinson -i.,tiu,-it -. -r. Odt 'ii .i' Bros., of
|Reil Str.-et on, pri..-tt -d 1.ill of .-x..hin.:-. They
Sdefenle.1 th6 ,:tir,,u up it, th,:- li-st muinitt..- na.lt thou
on 26th Octol:,,r <,,'n-.-t.e-i i. a \.:-.li.i-, but we
omitted to notice t Ie case in our report of that day's
proceeding. ". :
Thi? Attornu-y ..-L.ael now moved for jtilgrI-utt
and :i ..1 tioU o:f .'-its.
Jin.l-lne.at entered up foi 20 10/5; t ,x''. costs
S 6 2. : : ...
D- EELDEN v. B'u:c'Ti. .
The Attrnuey Geu,:-ral f r tthe tlefendant moved
-for jiidit'm-nit *'n1d to t ix costs.
Jt dguient for the defendant, costs taxed at 4
1 4. ;
D D.Ns-.' ,. .FuL .
The Atfomtru-n tuen-r.l for the claimant mo.-di
for Jut.ilument "t'u.1 taxation of costs.
S The :-l 1 .it..tr General for the defendant moved
lor rule nisi for th .-1 ini tit int.- hew cause why
thel daint-t:-e -hould Imt : i.:.l.u:I 1.
Their Atto.i'i.y G.:u. ril Iqhewed e.uin .
After (.-ousi.ler l.1. -v.*inart th- J.ii'ml it w v
c ntereld up i... i 'i;,, ti.- .-iii.. mit i.ud by the Jury
ravl t.he costs a we-r ta.xe1d at. 23 2/7.
Th DaitDsnzn v. RAYNER.
STh.: Attrn,- C.-u. rGil fi, th- ptbiutiff may-ed
for a ruln -,,-i ff:,r a nt.-w trial-ou the grounrid tliit
ti-m' i',i.,a i were in:,diiU it-.
STIe S. li.itor (-n r.i for the defendant
.i,r-w.d cause, iur.Aiu.l- that in sinmilir cases the
Court seldom interfered with' ;the verdict of the
jary -.r gIgrit.-.l a ii-v- tri il on account of the in-
itti, ie-i:v ,fi thI!. din lt-.-s, citing sevril c.aes in
ut.i, 'rt ,.,f ,is argument.
The Attru'i Ge-n ilt-n it support of the rule cit-
edt soimei p.i -:u-s from Lush's Practice to the effect:
where: the dt .i':-. a -e n:iv u .:n r n .. ir.:.pi:-rtiion to the
;iliolijt o.f tie inji.ry thr vtLrI if tif :i. ti,.,n is no
ob;-, tion and the C'.ui t I- ill rrTnt a new trial.
A 'r .1m I-o la'; tu-ill, t "tih: ( !,i I made the rule
a! .,lt-" for.a new trial on the plaintiff's j.uiyii
the costs of the f.'.iuer tri : '
U M.:;'A!LAN MOi%:,ry '- V1F'.
This wasau ai.ti,.t u :f .i.:it ..ri 'ht b.v Mr. Thad-
deoi.. M'.t.Cdl' n a.h.-. Mt -1. V'.. ?.'.u.-.y and his
wife, thle 1',tlr ti,,:- i- :.lr.a ft trix o, the estate
cf' t,.- :' .. I-..1-,h; ., ,- .,,-. indebted to the
plaintiff t ri t i tr i... ri-.1mi ,.- 1e.
Mr. 0. T. 3ri .1 .. was counsel for the plain-
tiff' Att:i.-y General for i l-.-i-l.it.. -
th,-- D i-,.'-l u h i : in debt for 'I sold, mon-
ey lent, money paid. in-a,-"-. ,-. eived, interest and
on accounts stated iitb i,-'ph Smith in his life-
time, and there was also i :..uni on accounts stat-
ed with .i. administratrixx.
The defendants pleaded an unsatisfied judgment
-.'.u 1 against ..- -i.h '..iii t i ;-4 lifetime, and
a Bond given by li::' .- i t ,i I-ecome forfeited
andple ,' .'., ..-
The pl.it t-il in i.i- 7-!',i ii:.ia [i.rI., 1 judgment
and that is ..;, ..ut i ,, .:,..- night be levied "as
.to 'r' ,...', .--s and effects which
were ofthe said fJos ,.. ',, i as aforesaid acknow.-
ledged to be in the '. '. ,' defendants to be admin.
i"' .: .' as to the resid,. ..:' to be levied of
other t.-o r1.. ," i: ., u:Tni.]'lv a -t, .. ''t.
To thii RI .J.' i,rti.:.ij he -a di t demurrer, and
the ].iua titt fi.,l ;i j.:tiud,.r i, l dei.-trin i.r.
-.f.,, :, ,li',iii:, .-revw;m hai, l ,1 Ir. 0 T ) I.!.
i]. t--n t',.t the- intitt nrioved to amend his Repli-
n:;iti. by 'trikil.,' -.it tP- 'words printed above in
it.d "
: The Coin t permittred tit,- amendment to be made'
; on the pl!,iititfl' p.'-in,-t' t10 costs of t .- 11nArr.-1 r
aud .of the further proceedings to the pi)e-ut tima.-,
includinv the costs of the amendment
.Jutlgiment of ets in f. ,',.. was then entered for
the plaintiff nut i] e ,.st t.x.i-.d at .
SMITH v. Tucxft.
This was an action of Tri'sp-.t- .n 'in.nu..d in
Easier Terni la-tby Mr. Fi:d,iti.-k Iti..-avn .. Smith,
gaiii-t fTr Th,.ii' Tu,:k.r. o:,Un of the Warwick
Pa ish-Co at...I.s, t.n ri..trtr ..lmqg-r.-.f.ian 'l.--e-l.
asspia lt r n-I t.,.- inpri-i.inii.rnt. I- ir W. w ,:,i-.i- t.
306h Miarch lI.I-1 ,iAl the. pl ,iatifll -,;..- nu.ti,,:, if tri.l
for Easter Teren, but withdrn. v it, a,1 i.:, n.iii:e ..,t
trial had been oiven f,..r thi pre.iunt t.rm in
The S.,lit.:itr Ge-ne.-il ,not'-ed nt..!.:r 'hi-. Actof
. 1834, N.,. 3, for a rak i. : fi,, tI.: I:dlaintiff to shew
(cau-: wh)y iimm.1.-net a- utf ii:uiaiit -l,,uil.1 not be:
enti're-i f..r thi- d, fe-nd m, the pl. iilt having
neglected to bring this ,.ti inu to tri al for tw-.. T.! iu-.
Th-e Attornio ,-y (Gn-eri, -lit--he'iit isi-e -d ulumit-
ted thlit the act of it834 L -i1 .,.--u -l-prald 1 y th--
CotUinii., LawProcedure Act, 1868.
ThI-- COurt h-ld tL.it the Act of 1834 was not re-
,pealed as the proviso to tl,- twelfth section of the:
Act of 1868 expres'-ly provides that th, liir',--i.i-.
of third l rit A.:t .hall uot prevent pl..)it-..iu_-.l
under the f..-nur. ,..
Th- A.Xitoiri, v I.-u;rI-l I ill-d ittiilon to the
fact that niii.:tI',n uindl te- ,: Ar if I .1,v must hb
b-.sel (.iu the p!,i,,iiiiff -.-:-A' -tln- [,., lin the.
S i-su to br trin -d ','...,,' .,,, -. ... .,
of tI.e Cou' t, ano i i.'-I that at r i.-I n.. i ]n.) h-t '
adduced to it.ew th.At th- pI,iactic>- f t tl C.,L .i,-.
itn .bli.-o a plain iltt '*iin. an i--u' i1: to ti.,1 at
th l ii -tt or s..s..:iN 1 T -i io it'fter it w it joined. '-
Thl.- ;-1. i.or Get, -r.il t .-t' re-d n to the practice -fL
the Ei.-li-h Couits u,,d.-r a, ,iiil tr qt iut.l. a i ill
d.wu- iun I hirt 's \:, iiol.', Pr tin- fruit. .l' h
ir - ,...1 th e" .-. 1. i.-.,i 't ,i-i t ,n, ..,: f. ,r il ._.-
m etl .-.. f no .iu- l itf pl ii iff nt .--t-.if -d rtI !,,in..-
issi,- r.-, tri Il witlia tw,. T" -.n *, 'ft' -- is '.,- joined.
A rt-i 'i,-une ft i n et r ,ti r.'i u:ii-!,t il '.i.: i ,'- rt ildj,-urm .
ed until Mundav niis uin n r at 10 a.m.
1Irs NvE-rM' ET:, 1'- 2.
S SMITrr V TpEi-s.I. oratiinc.i.l
TI i l ru.i le ii it 1 .- r .- .- ,. i.'
T h ,,. fiet -* t : .- i' .i, ., i,,.! p. .i ;,h i. u n -
d-~-'t ki., to p ',..-. ,! ti d n i -:. ti=-i e


Thie New GovIernment B1onse.,

On Fliiiy last Hii Ex.-.,,ll.n:-.i the- Gov.-rnor
trat-iriitt.l to tl. :- H.."iutll.- Hoi,-- of A-.--inbly
the Designs for th,- nu.-w i.4,.v-rin iiav t H.ouse, at
M.imut L.iii.T'i., awl j i.'Vy f -t .-cifii. i..it, fur-
ni-. v I.y Mei--rs H'- .u'1 Hlii.l. i-ron, Architects,
,f E.iiulit-'lM. Mr. Hiy wi- ;,-.li,:-d to for this
I .'J'--,-, L-". -hp..:-.ui -..m -i,-ulh4 Bl.t rmul.i i -o:m-
,*: ,. -- :, i ,..:. -ru,.H'ti u of T i ity C'h r.:c i in
thii To',,t',fori which hlie Ih-i furniii-Led plani,,&e. The
De ign. u.. i !in ti itt.1. tlhe II I-..- .: A-t--iil.ly
appear to be exceedingly well executed and suit-
:i..e in every particular. Th-. 1.biilllu'- is plain,
th, 1..-in n v:'y .- i -,,iin Lial vo k a1z th- Ar. hi-
.-ta d. -ir-l1 t. 1-.r.u the exi.ensi.:f th':- I.uil.lin-r
Vt irtin th lIniIt r- .Ioutei 1: t1l- L.-i-z iture.
Thi -it -... -.. it. thi .iiu l i k,-, is ;it tuled
".,,:,.It l fIk.- t E ,t 1by Nt thL .,:f tit- present uhild--
ing-fai...- N.:irtlhwest und will i e-.:o iuaiudingi
views aiiu tI-tl .I l t...nu '-i1d it is gen ,r.-U y 1 ..-liv.,d 1
to be a t-wr !:,:f rabl.:, :.it: to that of the present
one. It is of two stories s with a tower over the
entrance,
THiE DRALrrA ARE. Erar TN Nt,'ENv in.
No: 1i-Geft n-iI Flo-r, Plan .ives A2u fe-t. n! the
entire l.:-n-ih of the i:iililine-, i- t.: f.i--N. W., here
the width for 50 feet is 118 feet and is thus divide.l
-t. th.:- Nrth :of entrance-which is,, under a yer-
'.-!i-,t a-iN, : itiu io...ui, 25 by -2) t.--r, bll-
Sliard or music r.,ii. -'.ir.i-.. porch, &c.; to the
South a verandah, A D.'. 'i- r. .,i 24 by 18, library
24 by 18, office 16 by 16-retiring room. Then
'.i.i -'--a-livi.led 23 by 15. 36 by 23, diiiun- room
4 .7y -'2 North .of these rooms is a corridor
iiild -.nrli.th :, rauah of 110 feet by 10 feet, to the
north of the corridor a ball room of "'i feet 1.l 35
feet, is outlined if required, then -: mrvin' .iii,
pantry, store room, servants hall, kit.-,:nu, t,:-nl-
'lery, &c., &c.; a court y i',-l "5 feet by 50 feet.
No. .2.-Upper Floor Phi a; over the entrance
hall, &c., are six bedrooms, bathrooms, .',:., & :',
drawing room and( dining room continued and ve-
randah :,and I ....i tir, as on the lower floor, bed-
rooms, &c:-., for servants.
No. 3.-Longitudinal Section.
No. 4.-Transverse S:, i.,n Lu'kiu,- East.
No. 5.-Elevation to .. '.
No. 6.- t- N. E,
No. 7.- to S. W,
No. 8.-Shluwing the positi.iu of the intended


THE INTERNATIONAL FAIR
held in the iL..i:i'uit of the Methodist Church in
this town, cu Thiu'r-l iy and Frid iy evenings last,
proved hot july huen,:.iilly but oth.:-r is,:- a grand
success.
To .iv third this ',.is ru,.,iui was profusely
(dit.r..at:d ad'1 brilli..itly illuimiin It.:ld is not suffici-
ent. On entering the room from the dark
and i ,-r. ,tiu .-_ i_'h ,:,ti., >t 'Ow: T zled
by ti- l.tllih.u-:y ul ,,g.-..ii-s diplay :If the vari-
color.:.l int.-ru i, lut w,-r.- ,:..un r)-!i.vrl l.ythe taste-
ful decorations on every hul1. TL -ri. :.-fil plan-
tain and the fan .h -i.,.1 p el I.:-tt fiiIur-i. Ire.ly'
in the decorations and ii-ih:-- of bamboo cane were
thrown across the Aveune- to the Art Studio and
Loan Exhl.i,,iti. -..,
A worir1-l itivi- t't th--,- f'e itLi:...t'L fi Eaf rt.in-
ment.; ti- r ir-r, aiL i Ir th :- '.,-'ti in .1 ". 51:-xi,. .'
Artist ,,t r-.0-,--" ..t-.-'Il I iniiv i i-: irtry laugh and
the Exliiitii.mn hlii, iii Ru-i P L ,iid a- 7 .7'
affairs was ei,.:l- -.:i.i-bt by tb.,- t-:.uij ..I Auti.-liu
and curious '- --.'- .
Onleaving th._. ExhLiitir tli--. ce-de-resistance-
ArealJapanes.- T, J l.: I ..1 Bitinl..." Cane, presid-
ed over by t- .:, TI p un-.- L., Ils-presents itself to
view, and, i irh-'.u i Turk' Cif'.. F ,i:-lih Peas-
ant Girl's N.t -t ,ui iii. u i ... i F.u-:-y A riddles
pi -,i 1-. 1 over by an Italian, an Al.A-r;i and a
W:-l L L 1y .-ith qn extrpmeel-ft1ll bat.
fr i i-i u .l .1-I : i t thii-, Eni-.it t in.-t prob-
ably in < ('.-t'ti ,- holidays, and it is to be hoped
that the projectors of such a creditable Entertain-
i,. L ut il have the support of the public which they
so well deserve.

THREE DAYS LATER FROM ELUROPE.

The Bark E-,. Bi., 1 Ca:iiiu Hollis, in one of
her usual qui-lk ,. i.',-- fr.:i:, N',i- York, arrived
on Friday la-t, i.[riue'] I bh- .ittl,- in prime order
though she nu:.utiit n. v. ry heavy southeast
swell .II:i-' (t pia-~a-e C'.,t.i)i HolliAs with
his i .al tindu -, Ii nil-d u.-. a New York paper oj
the th instant.
Petroleum rose twenty cents in N-.-w Yoirk on
.the 4th instant and wi-, alt A--'1 .at the close of
the market that day. Thei- -.-il- on the -4th was
18,000,000 barrels, the largest, ever made but
once. It is said that the consumption now al-
miit fiuit:- equals the production. On the 31st
Oct. it sold at :'1- .
Yellow f:i- v. r continues- to prevail at Pensacola,
Fla. On the 4th inst. there were ten new caaes.
The total number of cases is- 2,'079 and 183 deaths.
Cool weather but n I fr-..
B'-.iimt -vll-. Texas, i- rin-, itit,-.l hi- lthy. Thei
first jIi-: :-aut-i steamer whIi.--i l-it that placid: siuce
the -.utb.iik -.,f the fever w.i-, ..., th- i th.

Fre-s Wlike 1Wetq !in4di Ea eail Demierara.

The R. 3M.,Steamer -7.. ., C.,if .i, Cr,-,x.:11, ar-
riv':'1 on Wednesday evening last from Jamaica,
an'l l-It ...u ,h.- fi.:.1i..n-Li-n ,- to- H-ilifx. The A.
.ij..-'t M iI ton' the several Islands and Dem-
,:- i-'. : o .
\ c are in 1, i-.1 t,) (' iir.iiu i'r. .iC ..- l and A r
(" 4 *.t:., l ,,1 ..- 1. t,.- Tai- ,. ;, papers of th.
3rd iu-t-",t .

SOF-R. PEtEf'LE.E .-TEA..iEf NOW WAITINGt
;* F.'R ODIrID2S.
DEAR Mr-. Entron, -Will vi,-t.. !iil.' insert in
tii,, week's ii.,-. "*- hi- i.i:..'I. t r liu .r. re it joy to
.,i'- people r l tich t-:i f rh: r e.hi'u t 1,.: -'-- that our
People's Ste int:- U i int v.ith fr..min -,i.i- of our
nioble representatives, and which our country has
cause ever to rbe proud of, _,'l wi,-.- names
i !L, pl i:.*1 : e.l th-, ] ._ t (.-.l.i i Il R .:;.,,id to .,
h iumtl. ii.,.va t, -aur rhinu -en-nitinou-a- tlhei
ru1 Il .a ,,.i-r" i_.l' r Iiit ..,,IH ur) V h'' ': iln "- I .' ou r r--.~ -
(; ..- ai th 1 -.' it ,:ii.i-. M ul- h 1t.. ..**' -,trpri-,: v'.,
ra -ot v, ith :i vityv --t.,..,tng <:hb ti ,: in tih.- ('oi,., iaFl
C'I' iuu,-l, tat ht i\ .-,t I..,:, i tu, Fi r l-.-:. F,:i n I.
i',. i *,. h, i-tal i.ii i. h i, -unitr .- i .r-r'.. t I; *.iir
t lry i-' iIt,,u iut kinluii f 1H .-iilt iudlu.lu' with.
t i. I ,I .ud liue., uutil h. g'ot h!:-, .i'.ly thiruudh


ST. oG or STC-.ES --7 entr- !, viz. :-Sutlin T. 're b, nt. ti tl, i- b-..iii s.-., ,ii :t-te,-
Tonim,.- Topsy, -Douie, *1..xt.r, i., ,ii- ee ti-n tl"r Cur t i
Buift 'u'- --
BP .r't T -T'r c -7 eintri:,'viz. : D lli-. J .1- .Ftr ar.i D Bn TDa .-', -Fr .7,a :: .u *,.....- .
g elur, i.-,ipce, .J ,k,. -' no-ke, -Kui, t .. mn ,l;.i t,-.r L. t,,i v ,-,. '..,v.' .ut- w, e f I t ;-.
Ch-,_rg-$ (_'.,' t. cii -B Ii it rii.t ..\- V, in i ill 1--,,'.-
GRAu' MILrrA HuNT C .p-4 nt .viz I. tI, e r.,..-'.r .r ,i. i,,- w i -.
Sultan, Jug lo r, 3ii-. Collen-a B.l n hope l.,t ,be wi-. l.3 n, ill .,',.v f f ,i l i,
Bun .ir.tT. Srn-rti-i itrici, viz. :--Pinafore, Sirt* o he T -
G. ,nt,- rP rD.t.ir, Colrnet, Amoskeni, -' ~ -
Eu-Ups. Franre.aiu,,llhe Priuw.-. ,r ur T.iree,.-t .1 ..T.,e
PoLo :-'I Es-,5"ntries; iz.:-'" L," Le' Dol- new P'ip d N.-,,'i,,, ,. :. ,Il i,.,- -- ',I-t,,, i .
lie, ..u ennh Po.i ch, ci,- r,'i ,1.., o ri ..-i. i.' m:r l-c v t.,.-7,v. fy .u-
SnrawrtB MA:e. riAr--'.- entriqi, via.:--PinKf.re, v.}.l the ,.tfe-ti.i .1. ..auti,,) ;, .:.f he r.i., to.
Sultan. T,-ri, Sir'-' nc t, Figr.ro, Dexter, Eclipse., w.m i !'rei--. aNd Pt. i,? utr i lth, htter re.
Ami.. skea plied, -- ', .., the N-u. i ., i .- p .h .... ..; .,.
Co-.-t_-imon S.a.AsBL -- t.r all beaten hor-.s th.I.t iL..i of -. i i, tintion to i-i ., u ,.- -.*ei_-u ,-.
have ruu at the Mnetiug. htmliias between Fr.ace and tli, i Holy -.cI.,


wa, ,.i very poor u.. :lud that we should have
had her 5 years ago. r..= other gentlemen did not
gret- with lhimi tt th.- ,:oilutry was too f.ir gone,
aud r.-pli.-.: thnu I letter work harder nows
to Qave it. Aiobth.-r ranjiurked, we must, all admit
tli.t it is a- large ;pvin Ii- I.uin.-s, but addi,', we
will li-.ve t-,i ri-mi a r or two i1.-fure we run the
Gulf Port 'orump.ny off, as t.ei-y would dlie hard. I
r-plie.-d that wo-tuld unot alimtit o:f one nmint-Aii .u-
sid..ra.io-n. Will justprove to-Ill ii a few w..rd- ti, t-
this 1-3 merely a vague idea. For instance, we
have had steamships of all kinds running in our
waters; we have pri,-ed tli it 'our trade has greatly
nereased since we lit-ve had a fiun-r classed ship run-
ning to our p.n : five 3,u-. :i.',o we ,ilv called for
a ship tobe fitt,-.d for th,.- :v:,iiit.. ti.:.n..f 35 first-
class passengers-Orinooo accomuntlod.)l t.- t 1. a\nl- I
tunderia.ud thi t her .,tith"l f.r u-next two trips ar.t
ill rn-I.ly fill-.] p 1.s tlhi. u:,t oi .:.iiur,.i inz to
ounr n-w -untrpri.e 'r It i-' th.:oght b-y quitt, a
otilbrt that ouir hSt-inu.-r th:.iild..i i oiniiii1 ite 150.)
passengers, and I am snrL. ii will 1:- ne.l-,.-i. As
our boat is to be built expre. I for thle trad.-, with
all modl-ru iinpr iirnii:- t-, t'.O be wider .and fi't-4r,
which will prevent tnuii-h ri;_,ul, aul i,.-nabl' h,.r to
n,'ik the pafit- :ige in -IS ho,.ura. Thin bhoi:t will (. C-t
r m,-r.: th.u t-hei ., amd r-very comfort for the
p]l- '---ra tol, stu-lied, anl fhie -ili t, i1: ..wne,1
by hundreds of our inhabitant-. In ti- fat.i.-- of all
th7 l-- iuipr:vnierunt- is not ht all likely that the
-G. P. w.. will rit in.- .Tip-:,ition for two tri-o s, as
tihe-v woull tinl it a losing -.t.ite, as paj-i--uner'
V,:unld not p:-trtoui-e the 0. while our Poopl'--i4 Boat
w.is around; ind our farmers would be ]iuLi.l to
go for Ihe Peoples Flag, as they will feel protl1 of -
it. It must be gSeurally adlinitti-d that we aie &
very disunited people, mon:,r )u than t..st :-.irutris,
and for th'-t rao.n we have had no steamer of our
own. Some blame our relaxing climate for de-
j.riviug u, ..f ti.:i- enur-..y, .'it you will find tnu the
Srriv.-l .:.f jur P.;..'Pl St,:-'tiue, there- will be unity
with her. Shi. will open up new enterprises for
oC c- ..aintLry, an d Bermuda bein,- lit'oin.t wt wi uini a
few hl:uri ti-v- -1of some of the ri-: h: t *-itik iu the'
world, the :"i ." riity oif our ., untry will rise like
tha. iidl. W,-V ni .:. n..a .-pprt-:i'ite our important
situation as. w-. will iu :t few years time, as steam
will give us energy.
PUBLIC FRIEND.
Novr, 13th, 1882.

To the .Editor of the -Royal Gazette.
Dr.-A. MR. LEE.--It is much to lte regretted that
the Bermuda c-i tr-p,.il:-unt .:.f the Halifax Herald
in his thirst for revenge shli.-Il have made such an
unwarrantable attack on the people of this Island.
When a man rushes to the Press he should not in
his blind hate forget to be truthful, but this man
has lied wilfully. He has represented us to the
Canadians as a shiftless, ignorantpeople, with no
brains, no knowledge of the outside world and its
diu -,- in a w.lrd, .is :,'i).pl: t,-ly shutting *,url,-hes
up in ourselves.
Now, Sir, we have had hundreds of educated and
refined persons -ii.:.iuniniz with us from time to
time, but none of t h-trn h ,i-r ever written or spoken
of us as has this renegade. P.-rhaiip the reason is
found in his lack of rn:fin.-ment ?
We have no doubt whii.tev,-r as t,, th.- identity of
this Herald ,-.or -.p:Li.-t, fr we .'.m put our.
hands right cu th. in -in. Clv'-eriy- as Il-h thl,,:It-lt
he had covered up hi. ui-ie-litly track it does not
require any very >-l..,-- i.:rntmy tro discover that he
is identical with Au.lo--.ix u'" of the Bei inimt:
Colonist, and the former "Bermuda correspondent"
of the Herald.
He is neither EunAi-h nor Irish, nor, in truth, is
he Scotch, but I itviu been born on a barren Isle
somewhere off the coast of Scotland, where his first
experien-es of life were in a fi-ding--i.a..k, he
S t...,, t.. I)e a Scotchman. He has been but 12
months in Bermuda, and how has he conducted
himself? Neither as a Christian or g',Utliin.u.,
not even as a respectable citizen, but siffing the-
breeze like a war horse," his hand is against every
man, and instead of faithfully hllingu the ..,tli:ce
which he holds at the oxl,,: n-e of the Public pocket,
he makes himself a mi-,di.-r in i,'thr men's matters,
and neglects his duty to stalk about and din the
air with i-i ,:..f ', C:-u-u ." -, .il n "Burials Bill-."
The .ilstity ut tid- m.nu is positively unpatlrdn,-
abl-. Ti -, v.-, -h:,Uld n,.,t ',..i.-,a.t th it he is suf-
fering from nervous pr.,tr.iti,,iu I-r.:,u.it ou by an
overdose of Assembly-'-f..-... J .i:,, but even
this infirmity does not excuse him for such an un-
warra. t til.,l- itt...k .:.u B,-rrui'liians.
H-- :.nipl-iunri'o' lu Ia.. k ,-.t iut.ilia:-u,.e tam-unu-ir'.n'
peol, -..l a '.1Imtu fidly prt-p'tr.,i to .ig'r-.e with thui,
but with t-hi- idditl..u--th.: l1.-,k is .,u in-.i pin':ipally
aion0.a theL t'arty with whom he asso,.iates. Intel-
li--, nt pv.,pl- -1 ar n.- .-t e.:. tUt iu B.- rnunti but they
,d., not -.t. u.1 th-ir hm.nd to i-v.-ry adventurer who-
chance- r..i ..or-s thleirp.iathwav.
In conclusion, Sir, permit me (to .ty that there
was no such thing as a split on the ('hurth u.ii---
tion or any other question at the lit p.:. iphtical
mn-i-tin.. held by the colored ipo-ple i..f thi-. P,.iN.-h;
such an id:-i hibl it; origin ii tbh. spc' nlative brain
of the ",. ,, .: p.-ind,:-nt;" 'Iiut the:.-r wasi- oue fact
he :.iui(k-d to )t ,tIe-, an. thli was thi.tt thli voice of
the r:-,et ing ._- wii un.ulinoiti to have nothing to do
with the Me ,,-i st 7'.. ,t..
Thanking yu..., sir, for thi e .spa'- gr.,uted,
I remain, ouri faithfully,
BER TMUDIAN.
P-mi'rok.-, Nov. 13, 1'.''.

'ELECTIONS.
One of the Bedouiun- imipliiatd in the murder of
Professor Palmer, in EVypt, is said t,: huve been
', jitare.l.-- Im..il Pacha E 'oub de' liune to lead
tri.:- ,, agu--t the, Fal-e Prophet.- A strong
f-rt, tli- existence of which was previously un-
known to the Briliish, ha .ee.u dis,:o'erel at Ro-s-
etta.---Tl- .tiiian-se byv the flotdis in tbhr Tyrol is
i-t it''] At 1.,i""t,ii itflt i .- The old repub-
li i. o, 1t r 'rin v,.l fu- tio ..'i.tt the monarchical
prI.:,.- ii ). iii :-ii, .._ir.r no'.-. pi .'y A fresh
.l- h in. ,..t I i-!h l-:-i-h, iiijn iu tIhe dir::tl..u of 1.-a.'1l
i ,- r n tiu l ti i- .. I.i. MIr (;l -i t.,:ue'. umtier in
r. titun f,., thi- 'tl,,*rt ,-f thrb.:- P.,ru,.llite ph rty ,on
th-' i:.l,:i.ire res.-'lution-.----Mr Pacrtri:k E,'m re.-
a-,u:t tf the .i:, ura,-y *f the L.aut' Li:ague accounts.
--MI. Parnell hais obt ,tu'nd writ-. :.f ':-i' hnuint
against ti'r.-- of his teuiatits fLi uon-p'iyritni t of
rnut Lord Datt.-rio will st ,rt f:,r Eg'ypt flora
Cio-, it-,tinUl-el on 1-t inst.---BritiIh jiru.ils
atil nit ft inrb.l to Baker P i, h.'s <.-h.-n,- of bltv-
ing'4 Eng-lish :'ffi 't-rs serve in the Egyptianu rriny.
- -ThI.- e:-.-ti.iu of Si-.,nor ('m., ,api:l<:-er, a viol-utnt
radi.:il, to) a seNit in thea Italian Ch:,inlber of Depu-.
ti,-- has nua'.l- -: u-.tition in i Romn ; the raidic.als
w:m re vietri,:,ui iu tn-iy liii-.t --It is t--..c'l
tliat the S'panis-h lilt-riali will be divid.led into two


ab l ",Dn :b,: 1-red h-- ill -~:],0 th W .I;-,, a.IIl .,I r ) .,,,l,-
tri t1-o-ir i-i tally r,.:.-n..iz.-l by the Public. Her
,"! ,,Lu : .i,,,. uo..,v *",in 2 ,-,v. -riv,.u ,i 1*. ,: l r -,,t trtilr.' f ..,
tl,,- o t-i-... ,.:ha.u ,- w which is th .i-.i t !' ";, f,.. t.)
bh a lit J. lun--oit,o T believ.- tlhit.- 're r- ew liit-i
.'.:i...m ,i._,'ls ", th'- w iy ; 1.,,-_t ,. t .'. \ ,.iu I... scr.u
C., ll iZuly thb:- 1.t in -L \ u: ,I .l::t i : i',y in i:.-~;u.;'
.i.., ui ti -ti, a-' ;..?' hIi e t.ik n in i~ :-i--.l t '.-.,1i
above; all ":. r: .' p *. them i.. a clearan':.- wirh
i .,[s)..' 1 4l t-? ., r.:ut- ",. T .:fa ` n I ...; ... --.n,, y
tL,,t ih.-. .' u a ill 0,,:u. t,..r :l. .- ,rt o.u tof

ii I'" h -',l n .. ti'rit n-- )lii y 1,,., i i, ]: -t: t he'! i- ':,.;!.
\ tii F. ),,:.,.,\ ,:,t l.-r litiv i w ill I-- .i _'.: it day
o ef i--ij,':i -. .lI t I- w h..le, t iunitry. Vi ,. .: V i.-
: a I... v,,- re 1 t. :.,, .! ,- ti ,.-ar is
ov er s ,.I -',i' .,'*.l,! iig i~ ... .. **), ,! .- i:. \1 w ill ,- t
our .r-.Ut -u i -! ,tii ki-,-, I r :u.1 n :h. r t- i.~
,-tl: h v i-.. I :.',v in I ], i t V.I d'V y-) .- ,_..e
v-;ih ., party of .' autl-:i-u,. two of w1.7,.,- .-.-rr -M.
P. '., It '. w ere '-..:- -u- -, .' e P .:,.pl' Ste.i-.ner.
O'-.i .i" ft. ui, .iI:iui, n l t ..f tl,- f I l. -m-. remarked
tli. t heI vui.ildl1 like tu see her; blu tu.it the country


ECCLESIASTICAL GRANTS IN THE COLO.
NIES.
The Deputaiion of the Executive Committee of
the Libera iou Society can hardly be satisfied with
thi cha.ir.nter of their reception by Lord Kimberley.
They waited upto-n the Colonial Secretary for the
put pose of urining upon him 'the propriety of
adopting i uniform polley in regard to eeclesiasti-
cal -rants in the Colonies, by deciding on their
gridusl withdraw-il," and his Loidship distinctly
de,- lied t,,o ,tilytI with their request, aud announ-
ced it to. be his duty," to take the factsof each Col-
ony into consideration and to act in accordance
with tit-i. Thi wi-c and common-sense policy is
del:air- to lbe iunousistent anl rvacilating,"
a lilt at t -e same time t-e non. Conjoruiist and In.
,i'l.iii'. ft ck knowledge that "the Colonial advocates
of .li.sndowuient arc "comparatively few and
Iehle and thiy are warned that if they wish to
le ..eie- tful they must bei troublesome" and
'" kno1k hl>.ily again and again at the door of the
C('Iouniil Office." The truth iLs that it is the Liber.
ationists of Serj,-auts Inu and not the Colonists,
thit wish for disendowment ; and the failure of
their efforts, at the Straits Settlement and in Brit-
i-h Guiana should stimulate the friends of the
Ci_,urch to ru-ist earnestly and persistently every
subsh;euen etlort made in'this direction.-The Nati-
onal i church.

A.NUTHFR WTARAIYG AOAI.-ST THE DES.
TRUCTION OF CEDaR TREES.

LAND IN CYPRUS.
In the Cyprus Blue Book just published, the
Governor laments the want of sufficient population
as bieins nearly as great a cause of the troubles
(of the Island as the destruction of the trees. We sus.
pect the lk.,s of population is a good deal due to
the -eonud onus-, quoted; the population gradually
left be.':iie ftiom the destruction of the trees cul-
tivtion, s, -) l-pendeut there on proper rain, ceased
to be p.tithable. The ,!,er trees aie cut down as
usual when large enoutih t,. be of une ; but the vast
flocks of roatt have- prevented the young trees
growing up to repli,:e them. A vigorous taxation
of goals would do more than anything else to
slowly restore pTosp-rity to the I-land. The future
benefit should e abl- the Government to faee pre-
sent unpopularity an] temporary inconvenience.
Sir R. ilidduilph ro-portsthat the Island wants
at leat three time-i its piesunt population, and
that tLere is abl.uudant land available for this
ainoint of populti,.. 3lMlta could surely help
the i-, thiouli th-er- ii not iany great excessof agri-
culturalist- at Malta. The great surplus popula-
tion of which the Governor of Malta complains is
the idle City M.aitese, who would hardly like the
:real work of agriculture, but the evil at Malta is
so great, that all the influence of EGovernment might
he used to settle a f.iir proportion of them in
Cyprus. There are t:many other countries arountl
where men could be fourtd in abundance willing to
settle nnd'-r the- peac- and justice of B itish rule;
and vi;goroni effort, in this direction should soon
yield th,-i fruits and inake Cyprus a wealthy and
flourishin- island.

LoNnrO, Nov. 4.-Various, special despatches
to London new-papins and telegrams received from
Cario say that the report from Khartoum, dated
October 30, of the defeat of the False Prophet with
great. slaughter is nu.t .liesed. Dr. Schweinfurth
writes to the Antilavi-erv Society, under date of
Cairo, O.toiber 2.', that all the provinces of Egypt
lvin:. south and we-r. ,f Khaitoum are in the hands
of fanatical insurgents, and that Khartoum is only
l;inling on by a thread. The army has been cut
down by constant i,-1i.:zirou4 combats with the
false prophet, and is rr-du-ed to half its original
size. The mass of the ptpulit ion belie-ve inthe ever
victorious False Prophet. Six thousand men, Dr.
Schweifiurth .'a, -A. were massacred in June by
Mahlbdi' arny, whi..- is reported to number 150,0060
men and is .1.-spta).-,ly brave. As &oon as the
town of I1b.N iI hris f.illne the rmy, it is expected,
will mrirch on Khartoum. Dr. S'r-hweinfurth also
states that the Govern.-,r of the Soudaun estimates
th.it dui ii,. the w.ir 31t,.r1,0 cf the Fai!e Prophet.'
followers have r.,-rislhed.
Mr. .ioi.ts Attare, -LniorLo, Novr. 4. 1S82.-
MIr. -.i .i Siijvtl. inuiib:-r oif Pailiaminent for Tip-
peitry, in .a l str-c, s1.- the examples of unuprinei-
plid teriver. itiUn it .hown in the voting of the
Pa:rn'-llit.-s in thi- Houn- of C<.iumrnoi for the gag
,dcgr id--A ti, nati..,n. Never, lie says, Mince the
world b-g.L wa .a eaountry saved by swindling-
p.-litiu,:il or finai,,i dI.
Lorr..);, October 2S.-General Wolseley was
warmly welonted at the station by Mr. Gladstone,
the Duke .f Camibridge, Earl Granville and the
'Duke of Ttek.
General W\'.lseley arrived at Charing Cross sta.
tiou, Lindon, at 5-50 o'clock. A great crowd of
people gather--d to receive him, and his reception
was most entlhiia.-tic. He will proceed to Balmo-
ral, where the Queen is now staying.
-- -----6-*---
ClI'A- >uppel]uclnt. of five col-
umns eus-companie-s tlii i-sue of tlie OGa:ete. It
cout.iins the Proceeding-. of H. M. Council on 10th
instapt : the Pr:oceedinu., of the Hlion. Houso of As-
.sembly .ou the lIth and 1.3th instant ; two Commu-
ui.-tiou-n, Another Presbyterian" and "One of
the Brethren ; P'.ainell as a Laudlord."

CoREiECToN.-In Eiitorial remarks in last Ga-
zette-, on HaUifx l Hera.ild's co-rre-p..ulent's le-tter on
.B,-ni tid, iu firnit liun- 7th paragsraph f-i '" 1821'"
read '" !S31.'
-------o-<-*---
THE ROtA.L IPtrn RITLES.-Yesterday morning
the P..'.-,r leh-ft HI-iniltton for ."t. Georges with
Company G," und, !r command of Lieuit. Buckle,
to reihe-,.-'.itpiny **D," D Lieut. We-liaun, which
(",mpinj i Inr..._..- .d,,l tL W .ir' hi_-. -.'almp t':, go through
a ,:ou'~ir of Muik. -tr y in'tru.-timn.

To CoutRE.PONDENT'.-- One o:f the Brethren" in
our next.

BIRTH, in Southanuipt' a Parish, on tho 30th Oc-
tober, Mrs. Jotr.aTH TnoMnAs DART:ELL, of a Daugihter.
....., iu thlie Ttu a, ou 1 1th instant, Mke. WIL-
1iS A. bw..:l, ...f S _ON.
...... ,. Li.- re.si.t':nne R..il Street, Hamilton,
on November lit. ISc'2, Ju.IA, the WirE of W. O.
F. Buti-omne, M.D., of a DAy-inTEP..
....... it lSomers-t, oin the Sth instant, the
Win; of T. O. R:in:e, ofa DAoutrnE.


p- ties- l.v M r..-h.il S,--raun''s agitation.---Scevral
tldiplomtiit i:h' n ',*-s arme iiun:muced in France.--
Th,:, miEail:.-rs ..f the Salvation Arny whole were ar-
r.:-tte-l in B.:.il..iay hiiv- b1-e. rel-a--id.i--At a
iii.-ti'-' i :.f thi- L niir.fellow ril.morial C Ioni ittee,
htl.1 in London, it we il--..i.le el to plain a buit of
L.un-t.i.-ilov. in thi- P,et'-. C...rter of Wesutmin-ter
A?,bey.-- -Th- PUli I.:nt iry C(o:unitt,- bh,. 1.e-
gun it- inve-ti.'-iti ln oif th:. .-i-.:' of Mr. E Dwyer
4_t.iy, Ji.P. Th,- Pop.-: h -- n. au a. t'in ri.ph li-t.
ter t.i Qn:-eu t 'it-'i.i th, l;iai- hit-r for, the iuti renit
-hI,,co n in the w lf'ii-a of ('.itit:ili-:..- A Ie-.1ilion-
l.,ttw.-t ],olio.' ,itrii.i pi:l.,l, o,.unrr,-. .it Newbridle,

M1r. 1Mtttew HNt'iNX --Ii it- iiqL tI i Ar.,i1t i -'.1
th t- li.- of M idh-ipm-i!i n _', t-'h.ii'. -T e br,:the-r
of M .hni':'l Ali, :h arrested inmiei-a bri._-tn .,
came to his rescue. Tl- j til iw.i. sto~mnu'd. I-ut
'.mlThnihed was kilkd.---Th- radI l- in N...rway.
have won a cuphlt: vi'.it.,ry.--Oin buindied
sailoqr were drowned in the typhoon, at Manila.


... .., at ',7 Mount Street Gardens, Devouport,
O:tol..ir 14th, the WnFE of Julh J. Burnett, of a
S"N.
....... November 13th, at the Dockyard, Ire.
uind I.-hlud, th.- WrFE of Statf Commander E.
S, ob.ell C'app, R.N., of a DAUTOHTER.

MbARRIED, at St. Andre.w'~ Church, in this
Towu .n tb.: 2a'l in-t iut. by the- Rev. J. A. Mac-
K--u, Mr.. Cu.r'.r Eri...Qri Acrwooji to EMIrL
ELVINA, -ld,.--t .t:ui-Oh-r of th-e late Captain Maus-
fi-ld A. Frith.
.-,,-t.- -a, .--. i *,, -.. a -i- s s) s s"a mm"asi"m
DIED, at his r, 5.ilu-n..-, Hop,'diale Southliampton
ou Thutiday. Nov'eii' .er undl, Captain NAriHArDa
E. D 2i-) at;oo,., :-,e. t 77 : ir a.ud 1)t n nth,.
:.r P., t- r.ii-i,, ,-u:, Frid:iy. loth inst.,
afl:-, ,r a -Iu', nii llne -. Arri.ES .AA&EB of Tirkl s Is-
la ni 'i s t, lt 5 y-. : ,ru :,n L ts youths, 1 :aviN g' 3 sons,
S uda ,i'-[htier,, ,n l ud o l =.t r ,lt ,.- i -ni.1 friends to
niouin their lo.-.-t -/ Toks. Itljtpi pei .e copy.)









BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE,


Planting Potatoes,
ex Schooner 'GOOD JVJIN,'
From lh 'inf:x, N. -4.

On. THURSDAY Y Next,
The 16fih Instant, At Noon,
UADER THE BIG SHED,
I will Sell by Auction,
200 1~B L 8. selected Garnet
Planin,_. POTATOE .
ALSO,
100 Cases Kerosene O fL
dAND,
-About 400 Bushels heavy
BLAC ( OAT
&c., &c.
W.J. HENEY,
Auctioneer.
IHamilton. 10th November, 1882.

By Public Auction,
UNDER THE BIG SHED,"
At 12 o'clock. M,
On Thursday next,
The 16th instant,
300 DBUSHELS Heavy Black
SOATS
60 BIs. Red Garnet Seed POTA-
TOES, left from last Thursday's Sale,
I I which must be closed out.
63 Bls. Garnet Seed and Table
POTATOES,
Received with orders to Sell without reserve.
B. \V. WALKER & CO.,
Aucti)inee s.
Hamilton, November 13, 1V82.

Trade Sale.

Bj3RGCL.LS '! 1RGINAS! !

Special Sal .
New Goo 0 d s,
Just Received ex Orino, o."


On FRIDA Y next,
Instant, At Non, :
4nd SA TURDJ.Y, 18th, at .Noon,
I WILL SELL, BY AUCI'ION,
TIN WARE Glassware
IRONM)MONCRY CUTLI-it Y, &c.
C..u>.iming of
Large lining P ANS Diah PANS
Dust P\NS CombC 1Sl>S
Match SAFER W %IT''l.RS
Glass Irea.I PLATF.' DISHES
GOBLETS TVUiMl!IL'. i' i
LA MA I' and Lamp CIII iNEYS
M!R HO(IS
K NIV S, assorted-Bread, Shoe, and Pocket,
HINGE- Box WVuod NULES
TAPES. &e., &c. HlANDSAWS
Dry GOODS in Variety
UMBRELLA b HATS Oil PAINTINGS
And Miscellaneous A iTI CLES
pAPER ENVELOPES, &e., &c.
W. J.HEA-EY,
Auctioneer
Queen Street, Auction Room,
iamilton, 14thNov, 1882.

Notice to Far"mers,


The Undersigned offers ex Brigt.
from Shediac, N.B.,
1000 BARRELS


"Excelsior"


Garnet Seed Potatoes,
Of the well known Star" Brand,
1,000 Bushels Heavy Black OATS
21 Fat SHEEP
8 Fine Young


JOHN F. BURROWS.
flamiltou, Nov. I7, 1PS2.-2 3p


noticee


to ]Tawm~el-S
Others'.


and


The Undersigned offer for Sale
On aecominod.iing Terms to approved pur-
chasvr-, the utider l, nimoned G<0IItS, viz.,
A'ow Landing ex S.S. 'OrinocoI,
From NEW YORK,
398 BL3S.' .Map-'s Fish GUA-
100 Bags Mnp.s 'ot-toe A ANUI{ ,, (anrt
57 Bags eller t fertilizer ,
57 Bags 1'eruvian G U:AN<,


50 Bbls. Am, ricant Garnet
SPOJATIOES.


Seed


Ill Store-
Kegs A IL S 4d. and 5d.
To arrive per lirgte. L F 1' ED," from
S i lWALLtI, N. 8.,
1000 Barrels Ga.,ritt Seoi PO-
'S e S 9_, sl!cted ex-
i.ressav tor thi., Miarket.
J. T. DARRELL & CO.
Harail.ou, Nov.7th, l,82.-3ins 3p


Auction Sale.

THE UNVDErRSIGA ED
Has Received Instructions to Sell,
At Public Auction,
ON THE PREMISES,
At 12 o'clock,
On Thursday, the 16th
day of November,
All that Parcel or Tract of


with the U I ZLDNG S
thereon, situate iu Pembroko Parish, known as
CONNO R',S LAND,"eontaining about Five
and a ilalf Acres more or less, and bounivel as
follows;-on the NORTH by the Sea and Public
Road ; on the SOUTH by Laid of Mr. A. I1.
Robinson being portion of same Tract ; on the
EAST by Land of Late lionbl. Rolbert Ken-
nkldy, and on the WEST by Land of Mrs.
Thompon, or howsoever the said Land may be
bounded or ought to be described. *
Premises now occupied by Ma. STEPI'EN
YOUNG.
THOSE. J. WADSON,
SAuctioneer.
October 30, 18S2.--3 3 pg.

For Sale by Tender.

No. 1--- .That well-known
*,J STORE HOUSE
in Sandy's Parish, held in his life
time by the late CHARLES H .- .',: qr.,
being a two-storied Buildin ., arranged for'
Grocery and Liquor Stores on the ground
floor, with commodious Rooms suitable for
Billiard or other Saloons on the upper Story,
and appurtanant to which are two Tunks,
good C.-llar, &c., the whole standing on a Lot
of LAND eligible situated near the Post Office
at Mangiove Bay.
No. 2.-One undivided moiety
of a
Parcel of Land,
estimated to contain TEN ACRES or there-
abouts, situated at or near White Hill," in
Sandy's Parish, held in her life time by the
late Mrs. LYDIA HEWLETT, with the Appurte-
nances thereof.
Tenders for the Purchase of the above Pro-
perties or either of them, will be received at
the Office of MR. R. D. DARRELL, Hamil-
ton, up to Noon of the 22nd INSTANT,
when the highest, if otherwise approved of,
will be accepted, but the Proprietor does not
bind himself to accept any Tender if, in his
estimation, the price offered is too low.
6th November. I .-3J 3pg.


Notice.

The Undersigned having just re-
ceived the following


Viz.:-
250 Barrels Mape's prepared FI'ft GUA NO
752 Ba-s Castor POM1ICE,
50 Hags PERUVIAN GUANO,
Offers the same on accommodating terms to ap-
proved customers.
He also expects to receive in the
course of a few da)s
Choice Seed Potatoes,
Prime Compressed I l 1*, in
Qr. Bales,
Together with some
COWS and HORSES,
Per "Alfred" from Corinwallis.
ALSO,
Onion and Tomato BOX M A TE-
RTAL,
LATHS, &..,
Per Kit Carson," from Bangor,
S. S. IA W Hf 1. .
Hlamiltoni, Bermuda, 6th Nov., 1882.-- -p
'* Gazette" only.

For Sale,
A few Barrels of Choice Table
T 0,*2.*o ._
T x
J. T. DARRELL & CO.
Hamilton, October 30th, 1882.



The Undersigned has just re eived
per urinoi>" his usual sup,,iv of
Fall and Winter GOODS,
Specially selected for this Market, wi liu- \1 il %id
offered for sale at Prices to suit the times.
NATHANIEL VESEY,
Devonshire, November 6, 1.82.--2 3p

For the Races.
S' The Sloop


'And Yawl L L L I A,
will leave the Ducking Sto.ol to-morrow morn.-
mlg, taking Pussengers to Sht.-y Bty aI,,.i r--
turning thence in the Evening.
WIVJ. J. LIGHT VOUI..,
iHamillon,Novr. 14, 1882. ..1 ..


There will be three Entertainments
held in the Basement Boom
Of Odd-Fellows' Hall,
On the Evenings of
The 20th, 21st and
23rd of this month.
The first evening, the Exercises will consist of
Jt, if. e Songs, I'ialni., es and Recitations.
On the second evening there will be an Or;
chestral Performance, in which there will be
combined a number of Musical Instruments.
Also, Vocal Music. Dialogues and Recitations.
A choice selection of Music has been obtained
for the occasion.
On the ilird cning there will be rendered a
Sacred Ca;itata" in three parts, entitled Da.
niel" or the Captivity and Resioration of the
Jews, extending through a period of seventy
years.
Price of Admission and other particulars will
appear next week,
Proceeds in aid ofB. M. E. Chulirb,
The Alexandriua Band" u ill be present
each evening.
Hamilton, November 6, 1882.--3 3p
ADMISSION:
SEASON TICKETS.-Reserverd Seats, Three
Nights 3/6, -One Night, 1/6.
Unreserved Seats, I/- Children, 6d,
TICKETS can be had at Mr. J. H. T.
JACKSON'S Store, Hamilton, where a plan
of the Seating can be seen.
Doors open at 7 o'clock.
Exercises to commence at 8.

Colonist" please copy.

The Undersigned Offers
for Sale, as follows :

ex Cargo of the "MIIAM1" and "IYMAA N.'
FIlRE WOOD.

A few hundred feet SPR1JCl7
at Id. a foot.

SUGAR.
50 Bbls. New York
Garnet Seed Potatoes.
Fish GUANO, Southern Fertilizer,'
F o s s | 11- a~ I special Po-
tatoe Manure.
They EXPECT Jrom Jlaine, a
Cargo of Onion Boxes
and Tomato Box ENDS.
And from New Irunswick,

GARNET SEED


P ()T0


A T OES,


And complete Tomato BOXES, consisting of
Sawn Slats instead of the ordinary Laths.
HIjY, Landing to-day ex "Orin.
Oco,"
TROTT & COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda, ,2
7th November, 1882. ,

Claret WINE.

Recently Received from LONDON,
(Cases 2 Dozen each)
CLARET, "St. Emilion,"
Medoc,"
"St. Julien."
Botiled by the well known !'-rm of Claret fin.
porters, H. I. WILLIAMS & CO., Vin3 Mert-
chantu, L>ondon; are now offered for 8.ile at
" re.asontble rale. by
THEOS. J. LIGHTBOU RN
1P Front -Ireit, Ilamiliton.
ove'lbher 13, 18.2.

Notice.
TE beg to thank the Public generally
for their very liberal patronage
since we commenced the manufacture of
Aefrated Beverages,
And for their rcady recognition of our
endeavours to place within the reach of
everyone A PruE IBST CLASS CARBONATED
DRINK AT A MODERATE PRICE.
We wish also to state that we have re-
ceived sufficient Plant to fill orders of any
size speedily and satisfactorily.
THE CROWN BOTTLING COMPANY,
Cur Reid and Burnaby Sts.
Hamilton, Nov. 7, 1882.-2 3pg


Removal of Barbering
Establishment
From Queen to Front Street, Up.
stairs Ocer No. 47.
3 .HE Undersignued in thanking
the Pu. die ri.d wie ir nt,f'itants generally
for ihe liberal paitrcn.age they have extended
to..%ard- him, hopes by ari.-t attention to Busi.
uees at his NEW ESTABLISHMENT, Front
Smieet, Upstairs o.ver N1-. 47, to merit a con-
liuance of Fame.
FREDIRICK J. JAMES.
Hamilton, July 18~ii, 1882.


Bermuda Hunt RACES,
IPE Dsi SE SD ),
15th November, 1882.
T HESE Races, which are to be
held TO-M0tR O 0OW on the Shelly Bay
Race Course, will commence at 12-0 Noon.
An Enclosure for the Members of the Bermu.
da Hunt Club and their friends, with a Grand
Stand has been provided, from which a good
view of the Course can be obtained. Admis.
sion 3/. Children of 13 years and under half
price.
Correct Cards containing the entries, colour
and full particulars, will be obtainable on the
Course-Price Sixponce.
No Booths or Star ds of any description will
be permitted on the Ground, without the writ-
ten permission of the Honorary Secretary.
Should it be necessary to postpone the Races
a BLUE PE'l'TER" will be hoisted at9 a.m.
at the Signal S:it ions, which will signify that
(tie Races will take place at the same time on
the following day, wauthbr permitting.
Lunch and Relreshments will be supplied by
the Steward ofthe Royal Bermuda Yacht Club.
W. C. HUSSEY,
Hony. Secy.
November 14,1882.

T HE following are the Weights
for the lIANIlC1P RACI"S.
HUNT CUP,
JUGGLER, 12 at.,
DOLLIE, 10 st.,
COMET, list. llbs.,
ECLIPSE, 11 at., 7 1bs.,
JACK, 11 st.,
KNIGHT OF ST. GEORGE, 10 it.,
AMOSKEAG, 11 st., 7 lbs.
SHELLY BAY HAADICJP.
PINAFORE, 10st., 7 lbs.,
SULTAN, 12 at., 7 lbs.,
TOM, 10 st., 7 lbs.,
SIR GARNET, 10 at. 7 lbs.,
FIGARO, 11 st.,
DEXTER, 11 at.,
ECLIPSE, 12 at.,
AMOSKEAG, 12 at.
.Handieappers,
COL. A. R. MacDONNELL,
R. E.,
CLARENCE PENISTON,
D. A. C. G. MOORE,
Cotit. Staff.

Notice.

THE R. B. Y. OLUBT
Will be Closed
To-morrow,: Wlednesday,
From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
REGINALD GRAY,
14th November, 1882. Secretary.
oven ii er, .


Notice


to Farmers and 50


others.
The ftt -sailing Clipper
Brigi. JDA Ji.AUDE," 171 Tons,
DAVIs, Master,
From Charlottetown, P. E. Island,
with an inboard

eargo,
Consisting of
f{AY Oats Potatoes
TURNIPS CARROTS
BUTTER PORK Oat MEAL
And BRICKS
With a Deck Load of
Horses, Cows, Sheep,
GEESE, &c.,
is expected to Arrive on or about the 15th
Instant, ;and the CARGO will be offered for
Sale at Low Rates for OASH, and easy Terms
to approved Purchasers.
Apply at 60 Front Street Hamilton,
Cor. of Chancery Lane.
N.B. The Potatoes offered by
this Vessel have been most -arefully selected
by Mr. H. C. OUTERBRIDGE, especially for
this Market, and are well worthy the attention
of Planters, they would therefore do well to
call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
November 6, 18S2.-2 3rd page.


Lime!


Lime Lime!!!


LITME burnt with Cedar Wood
and Coal, can be purchased ." i Kiln
in this Town from one bushel to 2., at 9d.;
for all orders over '25, special arrangemeuts cap,
be made.


On application at "It,'yal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, May 15ih, I.82.
Arrangements for delivery to any ph
of the Island can also be made.

Removal.


art


M. CANTON,
Watchmaker aud Jeweller. 18 Years ex-
perience.
Watches, Clocks and Jewellery
Cleaned and repaired.
B Every description of repairing done.
Que.n Street, Hamilton, ths
.'ctobr 10th, 182. m 3 months


Colonial Secrefary's Office,
10TH Novz=MEB. 1882.
A Lefthr has been received from the COLO-
NIAL SECRETARY Of Jamaica, dated Ist
November, instant, stating that the PORT or
KINGSTON is free from Epidemic and Conta-
gious Diseases.
By His Excellency's Command,
CAVENDISH BOYLE.
1 Colonial Secretery.

Ireland Island Mail Ser-
vice.
TENDERS are invited for the Conveyance
of Mails between HAMILTON and IRE-
LAND ISLAND from the 16th of February
next, under the provisions of the Post Ofice
Act, 1879.
TENDERS will be received up to
Saturday, the 30th of De
member, at noon.
Forms of Tender and further information
can be obtained by application to this Office.
AUBREY G. BUTTERFIELD,
Colonial Postmaster.
Post Office, Hamilton, 14th Nov., 1882.-3 3p

2nd. Bn. The R. I. Rif.

TENDERS are invited for the
S PUIICHA.SE ofjIREFUSE of the De..
tachment at St. Georae's, froin Ist Decembst
Next, during 'tay of th IBattn. iu BermUda.
For particulars plea.e apply to
Qr. Msr. T. CLEARY,
Prospect.
10th Novr., 1882.-twice pd.

A Card.

C. J. Stansby, M.D., .M.,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons
England. Licentiate of the Royal College of
Physicians, London. -
East Broadway, Eamilton.
Dr. Stansby mray be consulted at Mrs. Ma*
nard's, near Mangrove Bay, Somerset, on
Thursday at 10'O0 a.w.
November 14, 1882.-tf
D .


L. HUTCHINGS,
ONMlISSION MEULCUIANT,
Kingston, Jamaica.
Orders for all description of Tropical Produce,
cuied with promptness and dispatch.
Agent at B-rmda.,
B. W. IP.V LKER 4 CO.
hilton, Novr. I i, -2 3rd p.

Notice.

st Received by 'S.S. 4LPHVJ,'
From Jamaica, W.T.,
Nutmeg PLANTS
50 Cinnamon PLANTS.
ersin- wihing to secure any of these Plaont,
do well to cAll at once, as they are being
d at n'ly 1/6 each. to cov-r Covs.
B W. W.ILKER 4r CO).,
2ltonNov.nt Street.
miron, Nov. 14, 1882.-1


FOR SALE.


A HANDSOME DOG CART by LAM
Purzt, of Halifax, made of be@
Materials, and obtained a Prize at Dominion
Exhibition when new.
Enquire of
R. GORHAM,
Medical HllU.
Hamilton, November 7, 1882.-2 3pg

Notice.
TO prevent any misconstrue' : obtaining
Through my advertisement in reference to
Bills outstanding tor 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
Goods.
R. H. DUERDEN.
Hamilton, August 21st, 1882.
Receiving from London,
Via New York per Orinoco," at the "Royal
Gazette" Stationery Store.
Prayer BOOKS,
Ivory and Limp Back,
Hymn BOOK-', ancient and modern
Collier's and Little Arthur's History of Enge
land
Morden's prepared GUM in bottles, with brush
and top
Lead Pencils Steel Pens
Tissue PAPER--assorted colours
Violin STRINGS &c., &o.
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE
POSTOFFICE, HAMILTON, 18th Nov., 18N.
F C Andrew, Jos B Brown, Barqse Bellu,
William Beek, Henry Daabield, .-ura & welladu
Silva, William Ellis, R B Eilerhv, Bilrque Fais
Sohr Franklin, Li.i IK ,., :, ),j A ,, Aadre, solt
Franklin, Coust,.m.. i ,ii t ckr at,,kl.it
George Buncy. F'tik F ;i',4u. fl8)O S oa.
calves, Slveir. Ga ola, .Ua. Hilleti, WmF lP He-
lie, Staflod J..oll Soa: mnaanwe, Richard J
James, Miso hugpn.i Jonne~, Anione Krsilaaean,
Charles Lereas.Ju,,. Leader;co, MarWeetlna Na.
os, Miss E H Newman, Miss FrankOuterbridg.
W J OaSes, Dutch Barqui O, W El H Robinsoa,
Antonio do Regendos, A J Richardson, F A ,m.
mon, William iwan, Samuel J Smiib. Carl ,oier-
blain, Cbailrea Nelmes Alfred Sakilon, lanol
Traverm. Mis lisi Tuoker, fugh Vlt2or,


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Crt~.oa do Ct"ca
Cherry Cordial.
MIA RN."LA.
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"t Prom tie 'vood

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...RE lVdIID.

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Ousl C tl (.1T Z# 1t'. er > p; Y.' ,


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A Speciality!

Fai.cy'China Ware
AL E. -. JON E-S. "
Corner Reid anni Qun.,n SttC.t. llo.ailton,
Oct. 31, 1882.

Hard Stone Lime.

,i.K *For Sale.
a Qitit \ity of, le above warranit-
ed Hard Stone. for Snle at CooMBS
FAuM, 1 outhanmpttn, WVest.
Airrangrments maiy be made for delivery at
the Kiln or at any part of tihe Lsland on apili-
" -i t i o.' n t o '
ST. W. PEW'I'HEI.[:;.
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Horses, 11Carria es and.
Carts lor Hire.
'I h- 1inder,-i Ied IIM,; ::.; fit oiu in the al-ov
Line- 'Hiii.gtes (' .l'. r,'l re, fil r.'e (Q ui -t .i.d
I h. j. -lt : :d) r c- L' ( .', d,,lici i !".r.' ofUt
ite I utIliF i I r' *' .
J(4HIN 8C IMONS,
N o:' r tlh '",ecl,,ry, i';sr-t.
July 84, 1882.-6 mn

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AD)APTED) TO ALI. PANPS OF TilE ttMY



-YOR Tbr" (1-1 1;F2 OF-
CLronlc N('rv.'.u-- .L;kr'a,:'P, N.i'' UlV,
tied Fl r'ostilion, UraruiuTmr.t .!Pi 1 p

Liver C:ouiplainfie, -, spi- 10a, Rberleratipmr
Headriic.e-, Femnale Conpliiirte, P-'r~rifrtirre De-

N It X ED 1 CI NE I S NIFE E SA 1. Y.
T-HIS wiriderlu'tl~ isc'ov r'y ina the wpivipji&nonof0
U E ieiricr 'ennuhles tb-iani.uti: C Lio~tc~,~-i
I ilreattenflui 'owt k Own ctre in acco-rdiiact nit ii
Natum't! laws. The tilt act-,tby uI'Idof' the Leril
rindi moisture of the body urn-I evolv'e tondaino'uL
currents that inlu~e Elie s 'wilrin with the : irulizing
element until itIe' diealle- is ov('rcuIrue, aumnL'ie-
3upetwaive Il'oct-Es e-W'-ttl.,ht-d.
064Mt 1r'4'a'u 1eT Citc (iirienri, as t- volye-l l'y Ij.


storb' 'lost: i rs~Aidred 'prteriiiVi. j',. Y W liii e
wne'rer.~ l~n .~fr)jiri ,',Of 'i;,i iti' i ti
(1uii 11, .

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I, C, 61ill i"I CZ!ii ,'l! Ut" aiFil 1 ,.1 -. U d'.L
iJ ,re1IM~ ~' "'.LI:i Ii'lme (Ibe IL~ie iGI
~i.A~iL, r~id 'i At:calIO~'11i"~i'Lt

ELEU Ihft',Ai'ILIAN CE- CO.,
5 TH NvYoixU..A


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The Largest Stock,


4, ~ I~4)' ,TT~f~


Clut.s uand H. t R.LUHl.St
"- .ITS UNF.'El.WEAiR,
Mi'ino. Lambs Wool and C-otton
An.I many other Arti':lu-s suitable f
Toilet, too numerous to u istttian.
Ladies, Children's and \ ise
ei -
Silk Lisle Tlrh..l L-nib.- Wool
M31:ino ad C',ttou in Whte Ufr
P:lin, COlrs Fan,.v., Cl.,cked,
and Half an H.di"
i A L-O,
An assortment of LAD'IES 1
u ital.le for the- 1:;: -.een an 1 con a
SWLh,.- ,.nd Uunl...h,-d COTrONS ;
i .d. 4 ., -d ".
Dh,,.l.,l W i'it' i.: ,tin- 'W hite ani Un.
PillVw C.i MuI liI ". 1 wide, I/ per y

Fall and Winter Print'
Dress .P,tt.:rn l by tl,, Y utd 3d.,
p':. yi. ', F 7 ,.4"r-, .

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W'hir i ;iil A. s..rt,.l ,l.:'i t ini W .u
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^J.M. MNEIL & CO.
iHE TAILORS,
64" F6 Front Stre t,

TAILORING DEPARTME .
Fall a ii. W\ ite.'r orSt ck
S. B i Cloth, Doe SLia
And
FRENCH CA:TSIMEEE.
Tweeds, Tweeds, Tweeds

In Suiti of Gn,- Pattern each,
SPerticularly .'ll th.- attention of the Public
to t,, he Un11t ,e:.'. .t-d Ass.-.rtiei' t of the va-
li iU ., d -siIiLs.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
Gents H B..,sa ,'ilk Li-l- Thre ,io ;
Lambs ,: : -.
Mrino and Cot in Clc.1,eil, Unbleached,
Plain anI St ip i'
NECK TIES. .
Silk Satin Linen :;,1 Cotton ,
All Colours andl Sl,:i e4. W'1.i0-i and Black.
Silk and Satin r.;,." 1. d
;Linen and Cotton Haudkerichieft'. Enbroider-
ed and Heumined-Stiteh.
Gents T' n ii.-," TI -nV T,-nnis, C i.-k. t,.
Oxtor.l," i.. t sl,, 0".' u- VW il.l-." .
., 'IITS in V l,,. Siri .i.i and: assorted
-Colors (pi < f.' t fitting.)
Gents White Dress Shirts
Bosom 3 Ply. Lir:-
-- .-- .- 0 2







Spu uo stu*o a Sadun,- gsno!.uA
1ic-.rds,)Is 2100 Fine Linen and
Utica Nou-Peil MUSLIN
Hats Caps Lawn Tennis Caps in Hard
m,] :,:ttFelt
Pants Stt
uber Coas d LFine Linen and

S Uir Studs .. C MUSLIttons
IHairts aps Lawn Tennis Buttons

l;Shawl Stralps C(ul'm.s
F'ef1it he(r Dusters WVLisp Brooms


) i p.o/, C. iI.tG ..- .e
.' A.: N a'., d ad. air of New Car-
riage LA '..
Apply. to
H. LOGAN SMITH,
P -.. |
et .veen the Hours of 9 a.m. .,i' 1 p.m.
Oci.h, i .

Fur S-e.i


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Fruit!
Jutt Arrived,
Fresh I'eache.s
Grapes > Apple


The Liverpool & London
dAI- GLOBE INSUR-
(i ce (Company.
TFiE Und:,'-.si.i:,- i] having been appointed
Ag'nt.~., in 1-rrtiutdat for the above Com-
pany (one off the leading Otlic< .s in Great Bri-
{t'in ai.l of 46 ytjr's. t-. nilirng) are I:pr:-paredl to
f.rt'f;.- i.ri.-cti:,n :iap in.st FIRE o't JuIodertl .
Holl' s.
The Annual Rtph,,it o.f thi. Company sub.
iiitt.-'l at the l.i t -enn-r I Me:'tinu in Liver-
i,,'l in May, sh'-- inw Di\ivild ui thLn >le(i:trc'.
-with many :ti< r iit- resting "tti ti- c, tihe
n-nhITli iga., ill 1:,e pl-.f ,l to show to any
bione whoma' atily t,-,l them ut their Otk(e..
l IT. TIIMINGH.AM A; SONS.
Ba:,Jlon. B,-Hn.u1h,, ) 1.
4th Augiiust. .ss J

A. M. M eNill &Co.,
i, -1 Fron-c Street .,5
A re re ,to take ,Order. for Gent,'s
white Dress Shirts,

... t-.. aken and FitGu;',rrcn cd.

ALS0, ..
A Large Assortment of

A 1 .' ihi- 1 .t -t design .
7 s'. l:,npl'. of Bosoims, on hand.
For reference to fit nalily to
J. M. McNEILL & CO
1Hamilton, ,n u.1ust :.'', 1 2. .


~oh /ic/M .iJfaa ures


for


GEORGE B. FORR ESTER having analyzed
several .:qualities of Bermuda Soil, is pre-
pared to turnish a COMPLETE MANURE,
Suitable to the several crops grown in these
IslaOs.
Potato, ".


Carts for Hire.



HiLE -i,,,;H !1 retf no carried -
ou by "HOI.iS HARVEY is now con.
dacted by
EDWARD J. LIGHTBOURN
Church Street, liHa iltoni, I
Sc-pte i.,er '-th, lt S2., 1 ...
PIANOS and Orginl soltd on the Inst.,lmenr
Plan at E. T. Chilh'.


Frit !!
per 0:iioco"
Pears

es
TH OJIPSO.N,
Queen Street.


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' September 9,5, 1882.


INot ce.


Real Estate in Hamilton
Parish for Sale.

A Dwelling


SAI;I Parcel of ,4 i. Con-
tanimiug Thin': Acres, Two Rods mn,l Ten
Pi '_'h.--. ~.motero r i-es,. in aiimilton Parishb.
Boun,.l,.1l E-asterly !by Lands of the Widow of
the late Anthony :iIuel Trott. Southerly,
on the Sea. Wveterly, by Lands of Robert
Penit.;.in, and Northerly on a Pond or Salt
Wat.-r Lale, comu.or ly known as" North's
Pond." The Land is intersected by the new
Military Road, which runs quite near the
Dwelling Hlouse. Price moderate. Apply
early to ORMOND T. MIDDLETON.

14th August, 1832.

S A SMITTH


l'Ji' :d..JL .),.t.LT -.L XJB.LX.
SURGEON DENTIST,
Having reLtilrned by the Orinoco" will r'suiue
his Piole-sii .I Ii ,ies at his Office over
the Medical Hi, .
HIamilton, S-pleml.vir 46. 18-. -








W E beg to call the aittltionu of the Trade to
a t)ii .' ni(.e for which we have accept-
ed the A,,r'w.y.



is the very best pi ep:itation we h ve ever seeu
or used f.r ticnniua and polishing. re,
;-atr dItl W are, (;roll 1Inted \\',)re,
C(' padrese, i'l.t iBr <., r i'htrii Signs, Solid Silver Wa.e,
Nickeled or 'ilver Pla- u Soda F.,uutalns,
led Show (''i--s Mili.iarv quiprnentq.
Or any metallic surface upi ia hi, ha brilliant
polish is required without injury to the imiitals
and with little labor. In all cases where nickel
plating on Stoves has become discolored by
heat Lustro" will. restore it to its former
brightness. So popular has it become, that it
is now the recognised :t.iijd:-lI of the Stove 1
trade f"r this purpose. .
It is absolutely free from acid, grit or other
injurious lst c L-
It is a pr.- p i of ennin'i merit ai.d u hen
once used i-cer.,nI a n article of daily f..i11ly
use and sales are :elp-ated. Price 25c per bot-
tle.
For Sale -.-vt.r F hr l%'%" I
H. K & F. B. I", E IER & 0O,
.e ertsS
"MS


GUI NLl IE

United Stols f~.l~ail-Slea mer s.


GR '. ;' e O"omato,
C \LLIN 1 QI' LNSTOWN, Onion,
LE;V-. NL YoilK Beet,
^ ."'A X.. ''Strawberry, &c., &c.
A trial is solicited.
V, IsCON.iN Tueday, Oct. 10, ni 3-3" p.m. Full directionss will be given to each buyer
..L v". i .' .. 17, aL. 8"-;l ;l.f.l P in.'es turnislitd and ordlels taken by
", Y'O ,t:'.G C -, at3"tll p., .
cc I o. ..HENRY A. SMITH.
A MSINIA -' Nov. 7, at 2410 p.m,. or. GEO. B. FORRESTER,
'SCO -N "" -1, at 7-Uu a.m. Manuttfacturer. t:6) F out Street,
,4 A i, at 1I30 p.m. New York.
',, l ..' it' .i '- ,.e ii .- ,.i,rc 'sl' i i Ham ilton August 1 th. l''2.--' 3 .
t 'T "ra:ide, i,-.te ..,V i i b ,LIkI .',tdS,.r.d -


.fttueni. g*IlJ 'c.iirv pt-ii ~k e *;c nrt,(. ii hiil lte -i-
-.ir -i'goi l, Qice lI owl Lo idon, ea s-,.. t'i. '.alo .. ..r,',,,,atirinsjre iii-
tc' "and Neuw 'erk. ,6 1js-.1i .... ,' 0i-, te 1.to1. -rI.. S, ..tI d the- ;
c.... SPAIN. HELVETIA, HOLLAND, tare I:oImrs .rer on ImI,.' ieck opening." into the 3
Ei+YPT, THE 'UtEEN, DENMARK, ::ulo, '.iuls secut.iA thai great coujfort iu
EN +LAND, ITA.LY, CANAD)A, ,ean .....1, ,tl/ci ,, Iuikuoi ard light. .
', ERIN, FRANCE, GREECE. -.i 'kilon, r .t. Roan and Piano on c
ig f The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprises ,.:,eii tai,'. '
TWELVE of the largest s[tta-m.(rs (belonging he" 1.. 5 :n- ;it., ame 'orinoco" frrm -
:t t,. 'ne C,'iiipa y) -in the Atlantic st rvic'-, leIav- Her .,. : iur''.i :.eierail", :inive'. at Nrw I
in-' the port of Nt-v. York. They are built ,-n- ', ...... ... rt.l P.i--'esgers' blia, gae can I
tirely '.Af iron and steel, exce-pt the merely le- t.> trii., iie, udir.i to i.e Literpiol Steanier 1
,, ativ..- purts. are divided into water-tight ail, :..., r ., l
iand firt- pioof aonpiartnt and pr.videitl i r d L L. IA M & G U[ON,
with everything ,..calulated to add to their & I
B *" : safetyt, anl to, the i:,:ii fort and convenience or A e 's,
i -,ss-'n ers. The s Aloon,,~ s and statroom, s (all r: a iv:iy, N ew t 'ik.
o ,n th. main detk) r,- '. usu-illy lurge, lightly New York, Sep, e:,i.- r 21, 1i-s82.
'ei1et i L.- I tli t '. I ti-'LO tai(ble 1 and g er '.l appoint-
i .innt' ,:mniar-e ftavur.iaIrbl, with theibest hotel an d -
in Engl;n.L. It .
Onii- of thesm' ti:,iiIamers will sail from New _
-,-, ,-:,,"!.: :.-VeIy -utir.i',.dav to,r Quen-iistown and 00OK
l -iv.I...-.e, S .i. t. it fi,'om A Good Plain COOK.
,vili..l.n' New :-i.-Tr :: N'.rth Iinr aid:s of pusilg,. Apply to M-l.s. CROFT' IN, Montpellier,
ini cinrrency:--T.o Qu--nstown ;nl Liverpool, Pr,., ,.p'-t, any d,1y ex.cepling Thursday or
t.:. Z7 To, Lon,..1:'n liret I Victoria Doi-k.si Frihiy before 1- 1. -
0, ,1, ,. ,.-,-.i--it..n t,.l.etf o n. (.nl "; O ct'bcr us.iI S. 18 .
',O E R ,. ru'* : : .t -.i'.. '-..'.;. ,;ttr'ii--,i 'y. F.:r lttrthner" O ,:t,,--r--,.-.---S'.
p- 1 j itic hi ns .i lyit.v t, th- Cni!.',uy'.- Oti,': rilHE asv.i rtli-nt of; 'il>verJ>-w':lr'y, consisting
S':,., .,.1, i nd..l 7J B nu..!vA-v. 'w York. of Brooches aud Ear Iings, Bracelets
'i.,'. ,, u sF.I W. J. I.!URST, English aid Cooley :anglks, Lockcts, Nick-
id, Call ag ls, tuds, -leeve Buttons, and Vest Chains,
NW Y.orW., rJauuaiy 27, l &c., at Child's. Was never more complete.


~t;.. "c" ide. Fif I'ARKS.



14 6 39 4 53 4110 4,21
15 e 6 39 4 13 5 11 301
1 i 16 39 453 f61112 13
'7 ri16 41 4 .53 1' 1 i
18 -a f 6 4,2 4 5'21 181I 54
19 .5 6 42 4 51- 9 12 4.2 24 th elter Trin ity
o 'lob -1 ()1 3 3f) Princess Royal b.
20 Io6 44 4521 I


First Qrtr., 16 day, 4 hour, 22 xiffnuteo, A.m.

E.L bttlI1U PA NOVA I AzE', TFis publIished
1: 41 Y'I b vL)orqbLO NI'PHEr. LEE,
'rr Ict. ,- It'jQeen.'- Ft- V eellent

HTis OFFICE')
i-i.A 's %rnero'f 1Ueid and Burnaby treets,

WI~ervI'IliAnks, Hand-bills, &C., will be
piniuted at die shortestl notice.-Ag~ewis
we()-I ie'.,,s ir the Royjal Gazelle, 31ess
GUEof.GE BUOTLE & SoN, W~est End, IWater


NOTICE.

The Smithery Business
FORMERLY carried on in Hamilton by
RF. W. VOSSMER will in future becon-
ducted by.
F. W V.S. 'OSMI2ER and G. IW.
YOUNG,
With their extensive knowledge of the busi-
ness, the observance of pmnctuality, and with
,a guair'ante o:f .:ti.-fac:tioii generally, respect-
fully solicits a shareof tb,- Public Patrou.ge.
F. W. VOSSMER & CO.
Hawmilton, October 2nd, 188'2,

Pr-;fection against FIRE
AT THiE MOST .IOTERATE RATES
Can be obiained I'roru the
F 'HtEPN 'NS(r.4. NCE CO.IP.4AN Y
q London,
IOeI ofithe longoit Established and Wealthiest
( biices in Great Britain.
Through the HiRANCI1 OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Slamp Duly, a very considerable itemn,
RISKS taken both on HEAL and PERasoNAL
PR.I'ER'IT' lor 3, G or -1 moulhs.
No FEES .nd no CHARGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,

Hamilton, September 9h, 1856.


Si New Ocioer i i- ,,.-
At 'Fovx'l Ca:.-tt'-" .'a:toti,:n,'-v Store,
Hendrie's Petrol, -i.t latent .oS;ps, SILVER Watches from G,;.' to 7. Gold
S' .-. Wat>_h-s tro,, 5 to 2i at Child's. All
"roses, "ar ia es "1nd Warranted. ,


GOOD COFFEE.
Everybody wants it, but very few get it
because most people do not. kno' 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 (offit-es are st-:eted by an expert who
understand the art of blending various
tlaver,. Tbhy are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible .to roast
ui-el in small quantities), then put in
pound packages (i, th1. 1an, antl routd,)
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
.en1uineness, and each package contains the
Thurberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
pucktwo kinds, Thurber's "No. 34," strong
and pungent; Thurber's "INo. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have' the three great points,
good iwh'lity, uhonet quati'ty, reasonable
price. A.4k yoe' Grouer .br Thurber's
rouistie(J Ci:fe( ip jod. packages, No. 34"
or Nu. 41." Do not bu put off with any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the IPdeal" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who ,ell our Coffee keep them.,
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO..
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P.S.-As the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to mwantufacture only pure and
wholesome goods uand pack them in a tidy
and satisfactory manner. All goods
bearing out' name are guaranteed to be
of superior quality, jitr ,midl ,iolavurie,
and dealersare authoired to refund the
p urchas pric-' in any case -where custom-
ers have. cuse for dissatisfaction. It is
t:.-re f'or.e to the interest of both dealers
and con-isuenie-s to use Thvurbei' bri-atid.


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1William ;James Helney
SUCTIO.N ELR,
shipping and C,'innhi.ion Agent,
.. Q ,, .' ,,
S 'J i I' -' ". ; ,A ,V I .A .
Prompt .l. ,l;oi given to consii reineits
S AuciAn V 'iy :,, ,n 1 [i', i iy .

Robt. .Lee & o.

n d iASSi.'..:CEBR BROKhET,
S 18 i.l-al' Street,
AND AT LLOYDS,
LONDON, E.C.
Personal ;t.i-' *,'*e' to Consignments of
Bermuda P it_)I ...l. anld tlhe filbi ... of ler-
mudian orders. '

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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Ham Pi, Tuesday, November 14, 1882.


BERMUDA.

Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Council.
Friday, 10th, November, 1882.-Pursaant to ad-
jourEment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
President,;
The Honorable Winm. H. Gosling,
J. H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
t" James Tucker, Reer. Genl.,
G. S. Tucker,
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
The Resolve granting to Wm. Henry Green the
sum of 18 16,' ns compensation for his services as
Constable during the Inqniry into the case of the
British Bark Stella," was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. J. '. Trimingham in the Chair.
The Hon. Cavendish Boyle moved that the Com-
mittee rise, which was negatived.


Ayes 8.
Hon. Cavendish Boyle,
J. Tucker,
Josiab Rees.


Nays 4.
Hon. G. S. Tucker,
J. H. Harvey,
E. Harvey,
J. H. Trimingham.


The Committee rose.
The House ri-umed.
The ChairmaU reported the Resolve without
amend ment.
Oc the question bhing put that the Report be
adopted ? th'- -Hou,'e divided with the following re-
sult :-
Ayes 4. Nays 3.
Hon. G. S. Tuvker, Hon. Covendish Boyle,
J. H. Harvey, J. Tucker,
E. Harvey, Josiah Rees.
J. H. Tirimin. ham.
The Report was then adopted.
The Bill e;titl,-d "An Act relating to certain
Treasury Liah'liies," was read the second time.
The Hou.sr w,.-int lto Crammttee thereon.
The Hon E. Havv.-y in the Chair.
On motlin the committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Cbairmun reported progress and obtained
leave to Pit ng..in.
The '"oust t..ok into consideration the Message
fromri tht Hon-' .-i Assmbly, dated 31st July, 1882,
returning tl. Bill! entitled -' An Act to amend the
Ballot Act, 1S74," with the Council's first amend-
ment the'eto concurred in but the second not
agreed to.
The Hon. E. Harvey moved that the House do
not insi~s on the second amendment.
On thje que-dion being put the motion was lost.
Ayes 3. Nays 4.
Hon. E. Harvey, Hon. G. 8. Tucker,
J. Tuckpr, J. H. Harvey,
'V. H.Gosling. J. H. Trimingham.
Josiah Rees.
Thb Resolve voting the sum of .-10 for defray-
ing the ctest of keeping, cleaning, and repairing the
Pilotlig Puoya and Beacons, was read the second
time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. W. H. Go-ling in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
Tb,- H 'us re-umed.
The "mhaiirman reported the Rsolve without
am nuidment.
Thie Hus-e ad..,teld the Report.
The Reaolvr providing the sun of .t41 for re.
palis and malin',enm-ce of the old Buildings, &e.,
at Nonsuch Qu-iuarniine Stalion, was read thbe
second time.
The liou- w -oat. into Committnee thereona.
The Her,. .1. Tucker in the Chair.
The i iIII,aI!r(nu, e rosta.
Theb Ii-hua,- i'-uiiied.
The C(iiil'in n r-.purled the Resolve without


a rnpriin-'ni.
Tne -Itu'we adopted the report.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 14th
11 30. a.m.


instant, at


P Is2R U D A.

Abstract of /fhe Proeedings of the Honorable
euse o As.sembly.
Friday, 10th Novetmber.-Mr. Oudney presente'l
a Peit.i'-a fr--.m \VWi. Benjn. White. praying to tie
paid the isum of 87 16/-, halt amount ot fine and
costs, &e., in a matter relating to the seizure of
certain Tobacco in the year 1853, for reasons set
forth in the Petition.
The Bill to amend the Revenue Collection Acts,
was again committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved a Clause as No. 7:
Whenever it shall be made to appear to the satiis-
faction of th- Receiver General or Assistant Re-
ceiver Gernerl that the value of any goods im.
ported intn these Islands on which duty is payable
according to the value thereof has by reason of sea
damage. accident or other special cause been de-
preciated before the landing of the same in thFse
Islands to allow bthe Invoice price, Lbe value of
such gnods in :hese Islands ball ior [lie purposes
of duty. he dotirmine.l by t-' ramerchants in the
manner pIrovid. d by th 15it Se-ctiou of the Reve-
nue Collection Act lb61, and tbe value so deter-
mined shall lor all purposes of duty be deemed to
be the true value thereof.
Mr. Hayward moveil the following amendment
to the proposed Clause: that all after the words
"determined by" he struck out. The gross Auc-
tion sales, and duty shall be collected, on the value
thereof-which was- affirmed. Ayes 23. Nays. 2.
The Clause as ameuded was affirmed.
The Attorney G-neral moved to substitute a
Clause for Nn. 8. which was agreed to.
Clauses 9, I), II,. new Clause 12; 13, 14, 15, 16,
17,18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30,
31, 32, 33, 34, agreed to.
The Attorney Geueral moved that the blank in
the 34th Clause be filled up ** 4."
Mr. Haywaid moved that It be filed up "2/,"
which was negative-d.
Ayes 5. Nays 17.
The Attotney G,-neral's motion was affirmed.
Ayes 14. Nays 7.
The 35 and 86 Clauses agreed so.
The House resumed.
The Chairuian reported the Bill as amended.
The Attorney General moved a recommitLal
thereof, whblch was agreed to.
The 1 ill was re-committed.
Mr. J. W. Pear man iu the Chair.
The Attorney Ueneral moved a new Clause as
No. 4.
Mr. Wadson moved an amendment thereto.
Mr. Haywaid moved to strike out -'Good Fri.
day or Christmas Day," which was affirmed.
Ayes 14. Nays 6.
The Clause as amended affirmed.
The House again resumed.
The Bill was again re-committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearmatn in the Chair.
Mr. W. J. Frith moved to strike oaut sub-section
(1) and (2) of the 3rd Clause-wbich was not
seconded.
Mr. S. A. Masters moved an ame ndmeant to see.
aODn 8: To strike out all -alter the word "woMkm"
In 4th line and substitute days after entry of
ship aad ia default thereof, shall fortelt a sum ot
doable the amount of dutj but not to exceed five
peauus and the costs of suit.


Mr. Master's motion was with leave withdrawn.
The Attorney General moved that "four" be
substituted for three" in the 4th line of the 3rd
subsection of section 3.
Mr. Tucker moved that five be the word sub-
stituted-which was affirmed, the Attorney Gen-
eral objecting.
Mr.Cooper moved to add the word "sea-going"
between the word "any" and the word "ship"
in the fourth line of the twelfth Clause, which was
affirmed.
Ayes 15--Messrs. Speaker, FM Cooper, R J P
Darrell, N J Datrell, T N Dill, W J Frith, W C
Hyland, C C Keane, '' VW Mercer, W :S Masters, S
A Masters, A M Oudney,C Peniston, T FJ Tucker,
T J Wadson.
Nays 3-Mesers. S B Gray, J M Hayward, J N
Smith.
The House resumed and adopted the Bill as
amended-.Mr. W. J. Frith objecting.
The Attorney General gave notice to recommit
the Revenue Colleetion Bill to add the Schedules.
Thr- Attorney General gave notice of motion
that on 3rd reading of the Dangr-rous Commodities
Bill he will move to recommit it for general pur-
poses.
The following Messages from His Excellency theb
Governor:-
(No. 24.)
T. L. GALLWEY,
Lieut.-General,
Gcer,-,r .a-id C'-uinadf-in,-. C, iff.
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon.
House of Assembly that in compliance with the
request contained in a Message dated 4th Septem-
ber, 1882, the Board of Works has obtained Plans
of the proposed addition to the Canseway Bridge
Cottage which they estimate will cost. one hundred
and fifty pounds.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
7th November, 1882.
(No. 25.)
T. L. GALLWEY,
Lieut.-General,
Goreroor and Cowma,,,.r.I-in-CPhtf.
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon-
orable House of Assembly that there is required in
the Office of the Receiver General a reliable set of
Banker's Scales.
The Receiver General reports that the quantity
of light gold in circulation and the tendency of
holders to pay it into the Treasury render it
necessary that he Ahould be protected from loss.
A suitable so't of seals will cozt about 8 and
the Governor recomrmends the House to Grant that
sum.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
7th November, 1882. 5
(No. 26.)
T. L. GALLWEY,
Lieut.-General,
Governor and Comman-der-in-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to forward to the
Honble. House of Assembly Designs for the New
Government House, and a copy of a specification
furnished by Messrs. Hay and Henderson, Archi-
tects of Edinburgh, together with a copy ofa letter
addressed by M31r. Hay to the Honble. Engenius
Harvey, a Member of the Board of Public Works.
As Mr. Hay is well acquainted with the re-
sources of the Colony, and all the requirements
for House Building here, the Governor is ofopinion
that the Legislature cannot do better than approve
ol these plans and epecilloations.
It is believed that the amount granted by the
Legislature for the Building will prove sufficient
but at n future time a further grant may be required'
for the nec,-'sary approaches and other contingen-
cies, the cost of whieb cannot. be accurately ascer-
tained beforehand.
The G- -v-prnor requests that the PlanE and doeu-
ments when no longer required by the House of As-
sembly. may be forwarded to the Legislative Coun-
cil.
Public Buildings. Hamilton, )
7th November, 188'2. J
Mr. C. Peni..-u introduced a Bill to repeal cer-
tain Clauses of the Police Establishment Acts 1875
aud 1S80), which was read a first time.
Adjourned to Mond y next.

lonaay/, 13th November.-The Petition of Wm.
B. White relalicg to ih, Seizure of Tobacco, &e.. in
18J3, was r.ad and commnitld.
Mr. S. A. M.!stler in the t''h ir.
Mr. Oudn--y moved, ttat the prayer of the Peti-
tir.n be granted.
Mr. J. W. Pemaman moved that the Cemmittee
rise-which was affirmed.
Ayes 17--Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Coop-
er. R J P Darrell, WV .1 Frith, J Fowle, S B Gray,
W H Hughes, W Malters. I' A Outerbridge, W
R Pt'eniiton, C t'enisto, .1 \V Pearman, .J N Smibh,
R Tyvies. W H Wilkins.n, !' J Wailson.
Nays 9-Messrs. N J Iarireill, T N Dill, R I.
Fraser, J M Hayward, A .J Hodsdou, CC Keane,
T W Mh-reer. A M Oudney, S C Outerbridge.
The House re-umed.
Mr. Oudn9y moved that the vote -if Mr. Wilkin.
son be struck out--the Si'',-ker ruled the motion
out of order.
The .Altornty General moved that the Revenue
Collection auienlment Bill" he recommitted to int-
Fsrt LheSchedules.
Mr. Cooper nmo d that it be re-committel for
general pfurpose,- which was agreed to.
Mr.J. W. Pearman took the Chair ot the Com-
mittee.
Mr. W. J. Frith moved to strike out the word
" Queen'a" in the.rl lineof sub-section I of Clause
3, ant'l io ius?rt the word "Sufferanct'" inustead-
which he subsequently with leave withdrew.
Mr. S. A. Masters moved that the first five lines
of the 4th (.'Claue down to the word paid" inclu-
sive of bthe printed Bill be reinstated-which was
affirmed. AyeslS. Nays7.
Mr. Hayword moved a verbal amendment to the
7th Clause which wa< agreed to.
Mr. Tucker moved that the words exceptt in
the presence of the proper Revenue Officer or" be
struck out of the 9th Clause of the printed Bill-
which was negatived. Ayes 11. Nays 12.
Mr. Cooper mved that the 12th CLause bo stalruck
ou--which was agreed to.
Mr. Wadson moved that the words *"eighty
eight" be struck out of the d duration Clause and the
words "eighty-four" be substituted-which wasI
affirmed. Ayes 15. Naye6.


The Attorney General moved certain Schedules
-which weie agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the Bill as
amended.
Ayes 16-Messrs. 8 C Bell, N J Darrell, T N
Dill, R D Fraser, 8 B Gray, W H Hughes, 0C
Keune, 6 A Masters, 1' W Mercer, A M Ouduey, J
W Pearman, C Penistou, J N Smith, R T'ynes, W
Ii Wilkiuson,'T J Wadson.
Nays 6--Memsr. F M Cooper, R J P Darrell, W
J Frith, S U Outerbridge, T F J Tucker.
The Bill was ordered to be engrossed.
The Bill to encourage the formation of a Bermu.
da Steamship Company, &o., was again committed.
AMr. Mercer in the Chair.
Mr. Cooper moved that the blank in the 4th
Clause be filled up "3600."
Mr. Dill moved that it be filled up 3000"-
which was negatived.
Ayes 7-M essrs. T N Dill, R J P Darrell, R D
Fraser, 6 B Gray, A M Ouduey, J W Pearman, U
reNaiton.
Nays 18-Me-srs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Coop-


er, N J Dnr-ell, W.) Frih, W H Hu,>hos, C( t
-,a*nt,, -, A Mastor-a, C' (,uieibri.lae. J N Smith,
T F J Tuclh r, \V H \ilk.nsrn, 'T J Wadson.
M'. ('oop-r moved that -' fve" be substituted for
-' four" in tbh 4th liue of the 5th Clause-which
was affirmed.
.1yes 12. Nays 8.
The Attorney General moved to strike out of ihei
5 h clause, line 4 iofprinted Billthe word capital"
anild tib,)iitute "cost price of the Steamship"-
wl ich wal' agreed to.
air. Cooper moved certain additional clauses.
Mr. Fras-r ,-ov-d that the additional claul'-s
just r-ad be printed for the use of Members-which
wa-- 9.te"d to.
The House resumed.
Thb- C'-.,irm 'n oir, tined have to sit aR' 'in.
Mr. Hayward gave notice that ihe cor'ider'ttior,
"I ith. U.iverno 's Moesage No. 24, relating; to
l ,ns of the proposed addition to the Ctau-3ewav
Hrit,.- POtt lagn, be an order of the day for ane,
,ii--iins.
Th.- Aiorney G, nerql Introduced a Resolve pro.
vining a ', t to tBanket's Scales, &c.-wrich was
r, -il -i iat tim.ni-.
A.Ij turi,.d to Friday next.
Or.dere for net lMeting :-
Polie-- Bill, repeal of clauses.
Beimu.nla Seamship Hill.
Rev--iue Collection Bill, 3Sidl ridini:. (if th-nen-
Prou--fd aid if not for the next sucee-ding meeting )
Dangerous Coinmoltiiea Bill, 3rd reading.
AFTER THE BATTLE.
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
DEAr MR. EDIron,-I presume that you. in eoni-
mon with nearly every one else in Bermud-i, h ive
had sore little exp,-rience in fishery. If you have
ever been curious euouigh to observe the nanuuers of
the finny tribe,. you cannot fail to have- noticed tht-
indifference which s.;.me of them raauife-t about the
dangerous little in-trum-nt partly,:-our-ealed within
the bait, until th..- hook ha- been eu turel-y ft ute-ued
in their villN.. Then what a chau-ne ,iomcn over
them! How they dart about; turning and t vist-
ing this wi-ay and that in the frantic effort to fr, i-
themselves. I was forcibly renminded of this ou
readiiin the- ltt.er -if One of the Brethi-un" in
your 1.1-.t issue. He therein plavs the part of th.--
hooked fish to p.e-rfe-.:tion, an.d I iiiu.-t e-ufe- t,-
having viewed his antic-i with no -.all drl.-ree of
antu-tement.
I bhive alway- noticed one peculiarity, Mr. E.i-
tor, in Biermuida newspaper writings, and th.it is
when arglimeut f.ils, the I,-,in-. party usu-Uly re-t
sorts to a rather contemptible practice, viz., thati
of indul-ing in personal attacks, the pickiun of im-
iginary holes in his opponent's cornpo-itioa, aunil
pu.--rils faultfiuding in general. In this way the
disuision of important public questions often de-
gr:-nerates into a mere personal squabble. Your
correspondent One of the Brethren" is no excep-
tion to this rule. He is driven into a corner by the
masterly letter of the Rev. John Wallace to the-
arguments of which he doe% not even make a pre-
tence of replying, and endeavours to cover th,-
shame of bisa ignal defeat by a spiteful .u-I person-
al attack on-well on one whom he asserts has on-
ly been guilty of seeing a gho,4st! By the way,
what a pity it is I should have come up just at that
moment. Dear "Brother" must h.iv-3 been de-
voutly thankful for my (to him) timely appearance ;
'-t.I him, military genius ut once takes advautgo of
it to beat a h.iuty awd somewhat ntlibuniiied re-
treat for his unpleasant quarters-which had sud-
deuly grown too h-ot for him. He who fio-hits
and runs- away, may live to fight auoth-er day'"
sings he-and thun turns his attention to "'Ano--
ther PreAbyteri-a" on whonie devoted he l h, poiire
out the the vials of his wrath. He fights a battle,l
i or dreams he does, which with him amounts to
pretty much the sirue thing) for he commemorat-es
his imvi-inar- vi--tory by agaiu sweetly suin-Tug,
H-" 'i.e. Auothr-r Presbhyturiani) imut be -:'on-
seiouts of the oin'oalt defe-at that he aund his ,..'.-,,-..,
have r,-.eived ,inc' woe wrote our first epistle." l[a
re-,ar.il to this 1 tniii t .-'., I-t, I must bar- --.e- uilb-
seut from my fires when thel? 'le,.ire a.:-tion w.t,
f,,iiht ,.pe.li:tp. I ha-I n-ot retitrund from. theo Hou,"i
of Lord.s; aun 2ud it mitit have- eeun a second T.-i-
el-Kohir, for I never ,reen heard the -oundi of the
firiu-g. Poo.:r f.-llow, he ij -,o w,..ra ,t with hard
fighting thit. ,-u n.,h-niu.II hi? -,lesp itches on the
druni-b, fil to be.t.l,.iii'rt.:rs arn.ouncin-- the victor-y,
he a tui.lly f.'-,-..,t-, to don his Preshbyv eriin .il--
gui-i, -und wonderful to relate appears iin his iu Ui.
onal costume. He -.pik-i al..i-ave ,wtin. quot ittiu.. of
" He ;in:l his c-ile.-iues." arn-l in the next e-ntenU-e
goes ':.u to say, We :io 'oaversant with ttrategii:
mnanceuvre-., ibut hav: u o.:.,-iiin to res.it to th-:m ;
and if the I,,i-, v..1; r.'---,' have nothing more thu iu
their ipect-acles, their iimagination.s aud theirjudg-
reut to suppl.,rt them, they h.id better save their
honour by tenudering an uu.couditioual surrend-r at
once." Thanks, dear ** Brother," I felt sure that
if you wt-re allow-d iiff, i ent rope. you would h:-ug
yourself. This last quott ion throws light on th.-t
first, anld shows who 1,a/ '.1Ig-'ie. are; none other
than those whom be stylI,:s the "dissenting forces."
Tho We" shows he distinguishes between those
f.*---'s :nud hi- own, and thus he z-trips ,iff in an un-
guard. d rnom-.-t th- flimsy disguise hli- has hither-
to worn, and iro-.l'-iinmi hiiimilf, if not a l1--..lnr,
at l-st -n- *. the rank ;aud tile of the-- opp'.'site-
party-. '1 .1 i-- '.valkin-d- iuto utne' own trap with a
vengeaice : sh.iws why h:- e-inn.it .alter his ilann
to .-utistfy our hou'-st. doubt.'"--little imaginingu
that by that u.nt.rtunate slip of the pen those
"bou-.-,t doubt" h:ad been already resolved-natd
also a-.-;'tunts f..,r his uon--:'eeptance of my invita-
tion to ex.-lh:mtre our last broadside yard arm to
yard armt ove-r our own proper signatures. At this
point ht is at perfect liberty to iudulge' in that atyle
of .riti.-ini for which his td-nt., seems specially
adapted, and in which I at least have no desire to
compete.
"After the Battle," Mr. Editor, it may not be
aniiss in us to "' Review the situation. Let me'
at starting defiue my position. Seriously speak-
ing, I have never ou-nce advanced an argument in
favour of open graveyards, for, as I have before
remarked, abler pens, (or head. than inue or my
" Brothers" will have the settling of this question ;
still I ha:ve never tried to conceal my opinion there-
on. The immediate cause-s of ny taking pen in
hind were two in number, 1st, it was not my in-
teotion t>. let the public lie unde-r the mistake of
supposing that the writc-r signing himself "Pres-
byterian," was the exponent of my sentiments, or
the sentiments of many others in the Warwick
congregation. At the samo time I have never
attempted to imake others believe that I represented
the views of .the congregation as a whole; for
common sence will tell any one where there are


many men there are many minds.-2nd A desire
to defend however we-ikly the action of him who is
at once the pastor and the friend of the Warwick
Presbyterian Church. I need say nothing more on
this last point. My Pastor's own letter i.s on
record, and is its writer's best defence. This is
my position, and those mny lines," and if I have
been driven fr,.m it or them it remains with One
of the Bretheren" to show how. I have never
attempted the least degree of secrecy in the dis-
oussion, for there could be no motive. I would as
soon have signed my nau.. to my letters as the alias
adopted, for I am neither ashamed of my wenti-
ments or fear the consoquence-s of their avowal.
Can my Brother honestly say the name' This,
Sir, is the poIition I occupied at the outset, and the
one I till hold.
It ia time I brought this letter (which is also my
final one, on dhis subject at least) to a close ; but I
cannot do so without tvndering your corra,,pondunt
a few words of advice. 1. Keep a cool howd in de-


bate and so manut.,in mny di-gui-e you may don for
the time being. By taking heed to this you may be
enabled to k.:-p the weak point of your armor out
of ig-ht. 2. When you make quotations front
v:'ur alh-r -rry', l.:-tteras .e honest ruou-h to m.ke
them corr,:ctly. Don't plit them up, and so Pn-
doiav-our to give the words a false aud garbled in-
turpret iti.m. This imay show wit on your part-
but it al o shows that truth and honesty have been
sar-riftic'-l for the a.kko of saying a smart thing.
3. Don't make the mistake of -inpp-,oing yourself to
ibe a ec-.-nd Juniu-. It. i- quite possible that had
you lived and wrote in En--.'laud during the debates
on the Buri.kls Bill, that Bill would have passed
b.,th L-i')r, iul (U C.:iiOmius" notwithstanding.
I trust I hive now given my -- Brother" suffihi-
eat iateti.i f..r th- -e?..ud chapter of his last epistle
-so :s I :im by no m:aiunls aunl.iutious of h.viSng
the ,.'t 'o',t, Far,. wI.ll 'l-ar Brother" for the
pre;f,:ut. I tr-it, we 1-hall m -et a aiu wh,-n the
Buiiril- ,ii. -ti,.,u is r-pe- f-.r ,di, u-.i.-.u-- inule,- you
re uinf.rtiin it.'- u..-...h to I l.- IA ,-'P l t / i ', .) tiii!
in ...u.. ,- f y- i r t 'i f tur,:- .i m g iu:i ry ,-v u i.'i: ieiut 5.
Wa.th th! nk,,1. ,I Mr. Elitor for your unfailing
k;u.line.a, iand l r.mi-in ing 3ot that this is aIy final
bow.
I remain, Fithfully Yours,
ANOTHER PBESBYTERIAN.
WVarwi.-k, November 9, 1.882.

E 't-re, ROYALr. O1x-1rTE.-The gre.it -day that
B, riui'l.t :.--lelrat:-es is drawing near. The topic
,if *,-onv,.-rqti--n is th.- B:-rmuld. Huntit Club
Ris.," andl i~- l,'iok- forward to as e-age-rly here,
94 t1 h F.iirtlh i .Till- is in the Stat,-s. Th Hunt
Clubl) is .-u *.-stablihl in-titutir.u, and it is rea
grititfying to see thi- amount of interest take-n by
-entle:-ii-enft ti- Club in iru:king its yearly meets
.1a ?!..:,. Sin ,: th:- -tin. '.f 'Sl,. evertl new
H-or-,es h.i-r ,1.- u iin mp.rt,-, and will make last
ver's fiv r'-it,: l:,.,k ,,-11- to th,-ir la tr,-ls, aud no
douit nill I.- thi ii-u, .'f .:r,:-h iinportaLtions ein-g
ma.ie f..r ti. ..n ..f IS3. There are. in Ber-
muid'-I -..,.- p ..ple \wh- have n,:ver witne:--.d a
H.v-w R 3- iud I.vae always roady to tell you that
th-y ,d. n..t -wi-h to w-itIu s'.uch a c-ruil perform-
.tii... t. a H i--. whip..-, :and s.purre-l on at a tre-
in~n-.lot pi-,. m,-:',eltv t i -r-atif." a few spectittors.
all 1 th t th.-v-- : nm:. i.'--,s are worked in i.rts and
i.l..,i .1 ip t ..- ,r .1 ;, :i of tli,- -ip .uainte-.l lay Of
r ii :, .l th-n iar.- i!...ped ove:-r the c.uira .i:ht
..r t to -u.. .l-"iily until th-- R'a dJay. Sucih treat-
rnort 9 thi -..uCu-v 1--te ini th,- brain of thle dise-iples
if Heury Be---zh. L.-t at-,,.ii- ,;.er .Liuue a Hr-e-
.aft.er tiii-hiun-' r.i .- tl I think: th-ey wu'lid r,,.
tI ire .) : ,..t' .,f .S s r .! \ -l!:r-'- i0 :,.-le hextr in : .-ni-
ftriln -li--i:-- to -.-- th, ,.v'uind l- made i.iy whip an,-
[iitr. J rn-orn tiv.- -. urse of tr.anin.it, usut:lvY
'-.,:. it ,i:z!t ,w r- n 1 .. tii .- i-t. i-. re-ult d very
..:-fullv .:n!y thi: v-v..vI .- t f h -v iti.-I -ait. re
.:',t: th:e e.r.,',*J- i- th', veIry I. -t, thj l..-- Ind
feet mn.ide a Pitn; t',.or :thb.,ut 3 :.l :tur Iunn i'i in
the r.-=.ul.Lr r .. l.ay. Surely th,-r: ,.au I,-- U -trhuig
cruEl .bo.jt -su-h tr-.-iitmint as that. N.,. O,n .::u
*:ou. f,.,rwiari -u.l iy that the-r. iare mLior. i-reg--
laxritie- r': i'- u .,u ,- ..i.r-- than at uiiy h re-
qth,-rinu_ "f ,-.,,'.1 -.. h Pi;-ni.i A.-. T he
crowd- .f vi-ri:.rc at 'h.- ily B-y lsat y-eir w iQ with-
out ildoubt thI-. bc-'t bleh:tavAt-. I hatve ever -aeen at any
imectin_ in B n-,:.i--'1 i: -l.e,iinr.: ; anld it would
b, n., t* .mu l.l t,-, f ,.l u,, .ls t,', ,-i.,or-,: tile "h.,ve.
I shl! iU .t.:t- f v---xtri-t- from a Lecture deliver-
ed by th- R-rd.l Ale ,lf,,rdi, a aMini-ter of the
We.:van B.P..1'v. 1i H-r.I-t,-l,:y l-ill Chici'o, July
25th, I' -.2. lIe e.,ys -I co1eme i-re a- a Chri-tian
To 1 .s- t th it tho r,? p l-.., ill i -,t -xi-t any" .ut: r.''u-
ism betw-':, n the "i'h'lur. h -1.1i Turt."' It i- by
tr.diti)im al.-ne t',it thi : f inr.--h i- ii I.. I t thi,
Turf. the? ,'* ai-i- o tihe art ',:-. is- n .At i,? IliOli t-lit
f'a:,.t it it th-e inist..r- of the gospl .. o -a..t uul:r-
stInd the r-t live 1,ositions of T' f.,.t,-' 'nd i,
.V.iI,'Ii ".. A Tnii-.-,. t- rins in..l rilushik HIorse
to ,ld .v.:.lop i .lr..:-.. l a_, l ,. u '.-ur. :. e. .1 o,..,'-!.,:a,,
[t :i .r. ubl,.-r. n.,thiia.,' !nor.:. .\m iu -"', t "heO'r,
-ill tih.- jiu il. i. tlI,- it 1 1- <.i o f bhis dutit -s is
t, im-pr.,'. ia i. ,i ,le,p .A!.m A!l thr.,:'.i th, hi-
1.1 _--p ;'- i- ..:.k,-n! it ,.is brave and iiw-.-ful :
-' Thi r hil.-r-- id v th.- l'hiry if hii u,.,trils is tn-r-
l:,l.. "h ,. i y .,,. 'a .- tru -t irm
ot th.- i.. n l the : r.. -t Ith. tP". ,-I e.: a; eudi ur-
an-.- .a H..r hi hi ts t i-. I -. U. i-:ut tli,-y beco-me.
' I* l- l i ,.. t -:.' Turfii.in
I,.nnot l... i C r tiii. in: if l.t ati inbitse,
for th-.,u it t -. H.r-- tr-.. t .l w;rh !-[ii.n -s-.
+ '* Tv '.-;..r pe.ititn for the
Char. -h ..u :.'-nl.I ]-:,l,.-ui i- .. th h 1 0. tht- iu-
d i k i l ->. l ': r .
Le,t tl,. U i ii 1 .;.. H ..l t! rn.' w ill I
,-un.'.!.- 1 ., 1. 1 r' 1r -fi m ;.; ..i."
I -.:et TI i u.. fiu: i.i-l th. v'. !.., ,f t I-;. v.I.
,-ut!: u' : :1 '11 it :.- t.. l: .:', ,u t th l. f C. ,:x-
tra all l.' rl- ;.ii ;t'., rr,- :.., ij i- t it le." I
F-li:--ve th,. *-* i !.: :n ., iil _.,i-.- the Bern uila
H uni t Clul.A. r . i :-f! f ;r.iiu ,,.. l... .ly,
aud thi .: 'in1 1nl1 il ,it .. ,- .,, l I:.1 i !h-mi h';fil for
their t.-,t..rt- in i-n-- -- th -. in *i. '.-i .t .u C louial
H li.1 v. Y.. u.n-t f 1 .u i 2 t..r t ,kinu" uI .o
il .t.. \v ..i, I' \a :l ,.1 -: r.' .-
I ml, v r : r-. ,- ,
'-,LE 'F THE BRETHEREN.
Hamiltin, Bermunida, Nov. 13th, 1882.

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am urn


F W~i~~;Y~L 7h%~~ ,J


PARNELL AS A LANDLORD.
There is something very funny in certain re-
forms and in connection with c-etain reformers.
When Mr. Graham, of Graham bread f.ume, went
wildI about a reg..table diet, d ,elaring that a man
who ate meat wa-r little better th-m a brute, he
need to regale himself after a lecture with a very
nice broiled beefsteak, aa'l u.n manu .va more parti-
cular tuo have it done to a tuin. P,;lh tps his theory
was that it is altogether too much to aak that the
same person shall both preach and practice. He
told the people what they ought t- Jdo in order to
preserve health and live to a ,....Iold age, but
didn't care to do it liits-tf ; und "ot Mi-. Parnell
is suddenly fouud to be- in the -am. suwpiiious cate-
gory. The Land. Leai-ue haq been carrying on a
somewhat vigorous warfare against iandloriisim,
and the most eloquent of its speakers have de-
clared that landlords mu-.t g.). Where they were
to go is not di-sinctly mnintiouei. but it is sur-
mised that the place to wi 'h they Lave been as-
signed is warme-r, vety mu:-i war-mer thau the Gulf
Stream will ever make ITrl.iud. Anud during all
this uproar of el.:.qucit dinu-i.iti.,u the lew]erof
the Land Lea.iue w.is liiii-.,-l ** ,.il.rd The
grotesqueness ,,f the Aituation seer- in.oit to have
been obierved. To the loik.-rs .-:, i. 'Vi.-uni there
was something very ludicrous in Mr. Parnell's po-
sition. It was like that of a b'.nis pia-lent who
organizes a fier.'e opposition to tb whole banking
system. Nor is this all. If there has been a word
uttered by the League more hitter, on-i, perhaps,
more justly bitter than another. it ,v;a:: the word de-
nouuW.ing eviction. I his irni-- h,'-..k-n our
hearts tOi:. lear of some thin: w.lh ).i-v..- ,curred
in Ireland in thi.: conneeti-iU. ,:.7 v it appears
that Mr. P.irn-Il has tenan-- w'h ,. Y .'i't -.*r won't or.
can't pay, and w -, natuI Illy !-.r- to I-,ii gret..
leader of refoini for an ex i-vp l iu ryint, circunti-v.
st.tnces. But what do we -e.: Wt:Vy. tnants"-'-
evicted by the hater of evicteips -iri. 'h7 esympathi-
ze-r with the evicted. It is a very i-ntrkabla con-
junction of afftirs. Tne L~nd Lea.e may be able
to eudure obloquay -n.] reproach, but if it can en-
dure Mr. Parull it is -trron-er thau it ought to be.


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May 29, 1877.


E. ATKINSON'S

PERFUMERY,
celebrated for nearly a oentuy past, tI of the
very best English manow future. For ie
purity and great ezoellence it has obtained
Nine Priuz Medals, including London,
Vienna, Philadelphia,
Only Gold Medal, Paris, 1878,
wo Silver Medals and "Firat
order of Merit," Melbourne, 1881.
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THE HANDKERCHIEF.
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ATEXZBXSOWS
GOLD MEDAL EAU DE COLOGNE
is strongly reommnde, being mor lasting
and fragrant than the Oerman kinds.
ATXIZ SO5 I'
OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP.
celebrated for so many yearx.otinues to be
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and will be found v ry duabe in Use.
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a new and Indispensable Toilet amsempal-
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