Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00102
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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c. *23- -LV. r/ r U i -&SAN-Z-. ,1 .. .24g. .er k
me.'c, Ga-.-Vol. W. ig- LTI T 1,?, l2EU 2 per.Ana

as L r lA alW 23 A. 'WHAT V.` :.AID IN HALIFAX RELATIVE I 1 ., 1 CI D fl (n 'I D -V
Proceedings o tI able Lg a i TO THE' LLATE TERRIBLE FIRE TIHEI. E ast End G --U 1 Y' 1
Council. Everybody rnmieunt. on the fa.t: o' the ldo,1r and PROVIsION Store.
tnt I.,iug op ned ,at on.-', in oi.l-r to:, allow the iu-
Tues'ay, 216/ Norwmber, l582.-Pursuant to a:l-, iuidie. to M e One ot the p-I upci waPa herd tlo 'PI E Unde.r-i"'ned e's to ifr
jouroment the House met. ri.nisrk. "If we'd n b.:n Je;. out tler ... t,,l i t:. -F s o i S.
Preeent-His Honor .Josiah Reas, Chief Jsti,.e, Iuiding in ime, we ,.ui.l h'v,. el ee.ry e er.-,e o Wn'lie tLa t .he is Opeed a Store
President; tlitE w in tie h-.-pi-d nMar.' And ra.ilrulv l t Ea.t the Ordiance ltol e.... Fr'nt 'ti,. t.
Tie Honorable Wim. H. Gosling, thi,. w:-. the ,_he. Their ? was e i,l-ntly a m...t e'.: wh'" he will keep onu o.anl '1 full ully ofA
Eugenius liiavey, hnaik.Il!e L.:-.k uf comptelieusiou of the gravity of. f i > *
Joseph i. Ha.rvey, the .,itu.tiu .U te p:irt ,, t... who hOul. hiE I O VIIOlS c' -jGrocerines
Jaies TuckEr, Recr.Gei.l., been in a pl,.,i' n ion the eMforts baiin,-
0. S. Tucker, male to Eave lift and property. F.a.-y it not ci Whosle.sae, always :t the Lowest Prices for
Carondich Boyle, Col. Secy. iMiug knuuwn ftr ti.,e. until it was too late, CASH, Viz.:
S. h t hei wore thilt y or i"Vrt e'I:":- o'ped r iupnH. ,. F. FL(UR Do. MiETI
A Bill entitle! 'An Act to encourage the forma- the Itp tpl U ier s-a tiiv i..f Lt.r- d, -inu f rom .* DO. A.,
lion in Ithese Isl..nds a c a C '-.paim y 1o eri.n 'i di ,,?.,se, .miil nearly all -1 pl.,-! Our repo ter Fine ti. (-':.:r,
Steam Communicalion between th\es.- Ilands and viitei one of th.sI? o l-us at nIany- ru.'Uths a ., Ditto 'i!ot BREAD [.igi CORN"
the Port of New Yit:," was i rough up fhoowra al ,.d -ight jpresenu'e i,-If. Thet were pei-.' Pags_ (,ATS. _, an:1 :J .ButshLs
the House of Assembly an read a dtst imn. ,,p: o,,ze rold,r uiidl.l-- ye.d, ,t y..ung meu, on Ditto BiAN Ditto IC'E
The four following Resolves arnd a Bill wore al. separate bed., anid they wer,- t:oo et i'i tly dWi ni, Tins L.\1 1.) l'oxe.S CANDLES
brought up from Ihe House of Asi:-mbly and e:'ve- l' iu g aw. iun till ,tlir"s -'iAt, .i m aps ut oni B es S OAP HA-MS BAC NON
rally read a first, tine :- abh:- to litt had or f Wt. Iti i-li!:lv all this lass BA HACO
A Resolve granting to Air. John *F. Darrell the ire burnal in th,:i' beds;: and w,!.ilieL r,.t and SH OULDEIRS
Fum of 16, b.ingani.,,urnit of duyii paid ly him on tra-.oly w.mi -1inu- euae-ted, and lIodi,,- wiee Lhiiv. Boxes (CHEE'.E Bas. RAlINS''
the sale of Ie Italian Baique .- EuiliaFiglia" llie up like rp.,ihment, the .pict-io'rs \m.e feli- Tubs Lt'i i- ieanUs P'.APEl
A .esulve granting th suma ol : I.r- the ptir- t140iu0l therlm,, es, that all h'Id eI...L .l. '&tjI -iJ 2o. -J -. A, A 2ETS,
chase' ofe a sen of Bankers Scile aSnol \t'cigbha f':r *1511nr. 1 0.riNo IIELF i.,,"ii',' i. 13: _.APP IN.

use in Lbhe Rr'-er ne nerrIl'z Oftlie, wa it a gieat nii-a ke. e nalilyv all | ulli.. enlill],-s
A Resolve v.-tml to Mr S. '. t,.lui..s the sum 'eete-td by ..r uiiid r he di-l, i..i..t .,l ..ur -:i*. lu eI .
orf 4 t 10. for reporting ,,nd p,.;i- hi:- the Dre- It wI .. lhk y i '...:lelh:J on lth> pl:u n..i ,..,,e ..t i[h
bialsE of the Assembly, Enoli..l w..ik-hlit,. ,:, tuiilt, ,rily i-I ]..,:..Ihies
A Resolve relatiog to tie rpprael of a Plan nd w* t-i're .,ery f...r .-.f 1., i' vihn ii.l', o;ad tih,- c(-nl
Estlinmate for the erection of a. new G...rernment (Ihcp di:-ei:titn to ec ni is Itt!..l'U, ad i.oCluin. '
House-such Plau being eubmitLel wh the bi said But here it is dli'-rent. Thtr'e wt'c acs of igruad
Resolve, Msui'r..uiidirg" i in eviy dii'r.:ti.,:t and at the nimot
And, ; M,:uel nu iUJ tit.tinu h,.,uld ntljt be nM.:.ic thau two
An d, o s t .-, ii i h. T .:-re is .dways a liability to tire in
A Bill enild'l, An Act o sawend the Revenu- di.:ets t tl.t. hiud, wh,re soa mau'r pisCons, many
Collection Acls. reekiess, al-.- c;athered t.,ct Le r.
The Rule as to several Readina s ,oi Bills and Re- The I.,uilding, to'u. v .:' -aited. In .aise ..f f,.?
solutions on the same day having been suspended this fuormisi a d iner) ia elem.:--nt. WVhI..u tii- t\,,,i r
by unaninimo consent, the Resolve granting to Mr. etiik.s the l':.t .l,.es tley y- .:.! V; anr ti,.:-: io
John 1i. irr l o- S I ii wf hi, ing rriom u t or al- eng ge.! ii iig if,' '.ul -: .' .-r. ;i: ,li ... I
dult pild by hiam on the sale of the Ital'ir Biitque to kce at a i-i. :trf l di i t, ra. :, i ,., f.r tli
SEi iiia Figlia,'' nL is read tbe second lime. tviut l -'. It i-. ,..ntl..I i f i !.at i':...f' -li iidh L nr
TLe HOIuse went into (Cm.' minete itereon. h-, p-i'..hibitrd ton lefty .Iuildiirgs.-- !i.,,.nIr R'- ..'iA-.
The Hon. Cavendisfl Doyle in the C"air, i'oreiaier s.
The Committee rose. -- ..
WT e House resume'. ... -, aL ,, s 1.
'The Chairmu rep'.iriel Lbh Rez..lve without t L '.. -il'i'o e .1i. _,1 T lO )(),
ameudment. .\n entire new Stock of
The Houte adopted the Report., and theStanding '-- ,-
Rule having lteen again zsulpend.d by unar.iiou' y
cosent, the Resolve was read e tIir lie ad '
passed. .
The Rule as to several readians of Bill-s and Comiiisiug O oIng. C'ot-got, Ipan.r.i rlnd
Resolutions on thesaue day having been u .pe-' I iiiisei Dlick I akld reen, liput up ill
by unanimous cosenit, the F. le -ra.itit:;n.g lt t o t al
rum ofl8 So the purchase ofasel.t Barr ,.U alf poud air tigl't :
and Weights for use in the ib.-- eive Gei: iai A190o, Pre'pareIl COFFEE in 'fins.
Offlce, waci rr ad the se-conld linia.. u I iport ri's i l ,i..'s T C I
[he House ient into ,reon. I!plorters an't Jub.c-is Tt ailil (.'to'c
The Honi E. thlai v ii 't. (-L. -1,:r 1oi-il1 t
The 'riniIu i e i -r'. .
TJ;e 1cun'., ri'f.nuaedi '
The .hbairm.iu reported the Resoler without Agent,
amendtnenl. WT FT E W.TL IN-TOTY,
The H iouse .; hl ,ted t:o ;-' :p t i,,b.d 'he .!:, lii i i
iule having be.".n ag ain sO .pe .I.i .y ,t.i.iu -L illilt'
consent, the Rt s lv..' w-as then .cad .. thLid it ,. I f, ;-,,.,i O r,!h-r' l.-..,i, u tlv tt.--i I o.
and passed.
The Rule as to several r-adings of fill- ,ii. i R '-'i -u 't-r .' .['-.
solutii'ns on iLhe sae dm i triug 1'-.n s L u-il o .--
by ununin:one consent, the R-P ol.Te v.Uiii i. I .,, r- -
S. S. TodliugsIbe sum of 4 A I/ r.r ,.. 1 ili ti )
rad publiebinag the Debates ofIt .te mbi, ,s -
read these second time. L 2
The H-louse went into ('omiuitee thereon..
The Hon. J. Tucker in the Chair. ,RO:.P. R IET),
The Committee iote.
The House re-u-ued. Forrlerl of the Trel int 1
The C' reported the Reolrve without o t- I t les Hot l, -
amendmeil. : ind t. Jatms Hotel B'r.1 i
The House r'.Jopted libe rep.rl, and the staa- -- ---
Ing Rule having been aUghifl supended by unnai- 4
mous conseul, inbi tlesi!rc wa lith-u tend a thil,.- Ol i iC .
time and p.-E,'d. .
The Rule is to several ieadings of Bills and Ra, I I't
solution's on !the same d'it havin,, been suspenil.-d
by unanimous consent, the Hjsorlve relating to ,ie Jinst 'rr'ed per "' :i, ieo"
approval of 1a tl'in and E-tianat- llr ihe erect'olun P
of a newt Goretrni ut. -HI-t', was i d l b, aI--ci..l
time. GI apes Apples
'The llouse went into C ouomhilte thiL on. -
,he ion... .. lary ihe'ir. t hft. t- iOU .P S . o
The i.'oiuiiiite rose. .- Queen St et.,
The House resumed. September 25, 18'.
'I he Chaiuma.ia reported the Resolve without .- _
amendment.: '
The H-ous eadppttd the R'port, and the St.inii'g A 1 j
Rule having bteen again us.-ende'l hy tluniuous .
consent, ibe Resolve wasv then real. -i: third liiue SuPRGEON DENTIST,
and passed.
OGldeed, Ib at the our above mn-. .iloned ResolVe-s ti,-'rl1 h' 1' t" (U'r, t-' ,i I r -
be severally hlid IJ b f e His Excellency the G .ov, his lrofe.- mn .il. I D,,ties at Ii. nit-.- >,'.r
einor by (he it-lHo, Caru.-'ish LiYle. the Medical 11. 11.
Adjou t.ed to Frid.-y next, t-A:'lib instant, al, I II.mi, t, Sept"-.:,i er 12 IS '.

i1 .3 .1 1.

On Weducy-lay Mr. Jam s Friu:. :.ui:.l di-
rect to L..Aduon, .En'., ,-igut .,an Ils ot ,ipl.,...
addressed to the t...llouwig j pteioL. : Her i.''t '
Gracious Maj:. ty Quc, -u ViiCtii, thl- Ri.-'ht H- u.
Win. Ewart Hlad.t.n-, ir net W..,-
ley, na the Mai:ijwis ..ijf ituri. Ea-hi of tle
will receive two barrels a aa t fg r .in Hr. Frnc-i'h,
a devoted subject ot Her M.ij..ty, aud1 an.i a.liiirer
of the conduct of those c(hietly on:.-rued in hie
Egyptian war. They were grown l.,y Mr P.'-. .
of the: Davenport Road, iau:l piked I.Ay Mr. Frnich
for thbe-xprer, puipose. Throe to the Que.:' a're
snows, the others being to Wol-levy triI.,ton .pi[:'pi,
to Gladstone snows, to Dude-rin greeuinu.- an;d
snows. The Dtpartmeint,.t tl'he S:.e-rtary i ;t.t,-
was oiuimnnit.Ad with Lo tlhe priop"r of
forwarding u- h gitti to tlhe t 1i-u, ;uii til uIne-i.Al
adopted as advised. Mr. Fre:.h La.: r .: i
(on-iiderable trouble in his endlEv.(.L to -r"-l
tier Majesty Bpecimens of fruit l r.iAiu in ihei
Can:adian OuLrahimun, aad will d.:>iitletes ri-l onL-
pefusLtedi by the kowli0lge that the 1 ift i. iu
unilue, and. it is to b h pli-led, uin e:.-Ital.,lr 'n.,
Sir Garnet's barn, may rtcall to hb im t- :Am.r.- of
('C.nadiau apples, aud if tier M.ij'-ty ,.',l ,.\
the Prince of Wales to [artak:- ct h.r , iii6
Rioval Mi-hihne.' inym advert t,: the tlimit whitU cu-
jov'ug ,ur' h:-i-itality he relished CN'.Wn.lia apple
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Lt.iS i'tltat.c- MIANEL'i(.e., :', C ce.
Pe~.s.:, i.s ihiit:-li'aing' to Piiure.i .:.- will do w,_ll
to C('al at L Eiqast 1-End GIoilvry n.l.l Provi.
i.:,ii .',' w,'holmi'>, they u ill hji[.! as ",o ,.i qiU l--
i', ft.. Low.vr i'i.:. thL:i any el-e in the

Ha:zit,.'), N,.vember 'l.I. '.'' .- t. I.*

Claret JIJzVE.
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:-.ceLly RPeceived from LONDON,
( 2 [li z-i ojah)
L : l. i', : uji io .,
S,.l do ,"
:- !. Juli,-0."
Boli:'bl hV ilei ell l.n .a "i ; ii' (CI-r. C fit -
.,,rit, H. I:. V\ ii.lIAi S!. & (:..'1 ., \\in ...-I-
I Ihanit-. LI.I'i :ire *..'.w .rk -ie lur S il., it
re i,. l... h I t .-
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ii~r l <.i, iluliil,- Bil P Ks
.-** iiin ,i ji. K de;>.* ., ;k,,
wh-i will b1- ui i.h v y C!hea-p k' Ciali oni
i.i Wh ti.
t. G e's, I., h. :v i .?2.

A Speciality!

Fancy China. v}rre
At E. 1. Ju N. L:-S.
.' rii,. R eid io ld Qiiceu i "'Iti.I- la!ilt'.ii, I
Oct 31, l. "s)i

150 PARRELS Early Rose PO-
TATOES-splecially select-
V'- fur it -i-'l.
200 Lbarrelsa Besit Table OTATOES
151) aIrels Fish GUANO
E':. I'.g.s .;oiiv ithrn FERTILIZER
AL:- a few Bo'ttles of ON.ION S-EED wbhie
wi be sol1l lctii ti.s :date at 4 per bot-

2nd 13att. Royal Irish Ri- M arshal's Sale.
StieCs. I -
Tb be Sold by Public
S F S A R A! N ; T Au. tion. in the Town of Hamilton,
i At '2 o'clock
A aeu Driatic Club, ', at Dec.
f..-,o.4) It D C.C
".undr the [hitiig hTit: rPatronage oh i Ensuin,
Exci-lleicy Lie -t.-Get--ru l T. L. J. GALL- o n E i n
WEY, Gu..i nor n1 Coil utI .dLhr-in- ,'.J"- ai by fi-tu ,f S1n.l y Writ's of -1'e.
Chief, cultiono ls-td from the Ccutt of Gentral As-
Will, ly 1.-sit,. i-'.pat'i Pthe PERF I: ANCE sie a.,aint 'JOHN EDWA.D FurBLER,
which was Untvoidably P,.., tponedat the i T n ,lr7.t rr.Ts, Aa!7. .

T Eti /,',0173L., Prsnspfct,
By Kind 1 ermin -ion of Lient -of itnel F. P. '.
CROFlfro. U'aoiuanauling tihe .Bat taliau,
On Monday and Tuesday,
T7th au.l 2'.,th November, l.52.
Thl Perforil-'n,:'.- each Ev\ening will coioisi
of the c reiiiainmg Farce in I Act, by JOHN
MA IAI,'[jON M !'r., 'ih, JE'.,-q ., c itit],:.d
MA, C-iA.-3N

To be flo'.v.-ed bv- Se-rg-.aInt-Bugl,-.r W. F.
CHEES,-MAN ;';,.l MaRter., Fi-.\NK an1t ALFRED
CuEE'LI.N, i','Ldo illg in chiira[- .r.

.Liter wLi-h will be.e performed the Stusational
Dramna, in 2 Act-, by W. S. FOOTE, Esqr.,
fit 7 0'... '

A 'Tale of two 'iiristnla8s zv'es.
By kinl I ['r'i'i i-.iun Ii of Li- ut.-Coltonel F. R.C.
CROFUi'N, an.-l FFI 'ERS of the Batinlion.
the S-pleni.iid SI RING BAND, under the Con-
iuetutr-hip of M. iR. t. BRowN, will peli'orm
(aich eveninug.
Pf. IES OF .Aii misIoN--Reserved Seats 2,;-
Front Se;i.ts I'. Gailltel, i..
The 'oinliany bhave enoagei-l the S. Steaiucr
"' St. Gturge'- \\whih 'ill si t tromi the wiart
Mf. Geor.'ie o( Tufiesdr-y. '-Ti Novelnb'?r, at
-i'.45 p.m. shai jl, calling at i rihiinl Islail1 about
6 p.m. : v.ill rei-iiin there oLI- milLutie'. -be
t\ ill start firoi Haimiilon for Mt.- Ge.orge's ait
1 -' p.iu., :ali, at Irtlind Ilaul. Prices.-
of A.i isi- .. im .lu-I i hn :i;.uge to andl'. from
IHlamiJton. will Ib" 1. a
Fl .sI 'rT. G' I.E:s, E. .el ei t d i ats, 4,-
Front :eai t., ; Gailtry ''. .
FRa.: IriELANT, I:,LANrD, -e,'rvetd ieatts, 3,'-'
Fri:ant S at-., '/' Gallk-ry, I-
TIC'KEES mE T s- br lia' fl'roia Mr. INLls. St..
_:_ r ;'_" -'. a: Can ii n fe-,.v, -I ioyal M a..riui's,
i.oik ;.tii'.i i ( a'ci'; '-et iewA.iiAl loy d iri'ih Rii-
.-.. i r]-.l < Ist'-i'i. C,.C'. ie- rs of S -'ar giiit.s'
.,-'':s.-e ,; i '... 6 ^ ti.. ::e:'r :'tore ,t,-i n tlir '.i.v~i! .;. ,: 'i : i-..,.
D U..' -i at ".,.i pi.m C'i.-,cine i_, -:il .t C
p.ii. Ca.irr _a:e- .. : 1. I 1p.1.
Pre.i'I.leit, C(':ptlaini \ T. -W.\I-nE; iJ;,t:tg,:r,
I->igrt. P. F-'Eil:Y M'itg? manager, Artiitu:-ir:r
' -rgt. ,J. M1. b:) ; Tr,:-;Siur.-r, Pay[iinir. .it.- lll

Viz. :-
1 Small TABLE and 2 GOATS

A L O,
At t'-. .CoLurt House same day,
All the Right Title and Interest of the said
JOHN FEDWARD FUJLER in and .to a small
Pici or Paieel of
LA -N 01 ,.
situate in Page't's Paiish, containiLg, bout 2
AG uIorIc or, and bounded East by
Lands foir i.rly ot' 'Dmni.-i lphraiiu, Gilbert ;
.iouth by Lands now of Man.ry tu'sat;.Duns-
-oulb ; West by Lancds form:-rly, of Daniel
JoneSu, an,1 North by a Ro:l.1 or however .the
said Pa, :-el of LAND may be bounded or oughl
to be *.sci.-';i'N
J. I1. TO lFT,
P. M. G.0
Hamilton, Novr. 21, 1,S2.

WINES for the Season.

6 UHG UNDY-Sparkling,

t' .\ ,1 1' GNE- I et &. Clar.doiu' Extra Di7
"Vi \ I 'vr-'y
aum iil i r
"I P. I'ray.
Ci 1,\ B 1.1-.
c LA il ': '-idce .c Poin. s ime lIse f1.
olrg.ltx -C
S '. x. 31 uccessive yeairs.
iOl" K (- till) ..,,b 'hei,ii
Lie lrau iusich.
tSt'1'1 a Ia J il e
ti eine de Cocoa
Chi iry Lirdhi1!.
1.3 !S \LA.
llin l'-V-Very old lihtled
I''rom ilLe Iro d
I I .'(.li/on .
- Xi1'18 N
Sli:.Llii t.,ii: a >do, allun .r i -. il.:'
%.i..:., 1, &ac.
*'..-t., .','i' iC V _. l..:- i-luh- \l'iL l.INNA!lI NalurI Mrl eNIu l \" ner.
iiln ZBACON'.
'ngj-h II ',.S1 ,f: [iACON, .* ,

;-iti,, (Ch ddi- & \\ iltlsiro ( I ,;1 ';,E
((OD SAVE TH1E QUfEEN. 5on,',recs:ed i t.--ii,,:,akist & ir-awittgroi-id ;
--.--- ---- --.-- ;OSLINGr BROS. -

E. t J-Tii .. Hoes St. Oorge.,

t U.l'll ei' s t'i",.. .. ll liff l e ,d S tr,. e, ts ,
H- i > JT['T IE'f' ,'Ii'#'r

(Jetu'cier 9, 1a92.
4-I -. 'L 2~-~-IL--' I-A-~, a.. jj~j~[ -

from Lon1lon via, N,:-w X'Trk, -
G EN a. S at'Ofl ) .'tiS 'ea-!tlaal \ T Q, i- 11 r '1Fli.
CLOTHING I C. J. StanIsby, M D.) CJ.M
Do. Do. Felt and Tweed. HATS
D)o. IPo. I AP Meblber of the toyal College df Surgeon
COLOGNE &c. Engluand." Licentiat of the Royal College
S- Physicians, London.
IHamilton, Novem'ber 7, 1-ih. ysians, London. -'
t fltB i..,..1 na. i uwn.

Removal of Barbi


Queen to Front Streel,


j- ast iroad.way, [.auitn.,
' Dr. Stadisby may be consulted at Mrs. Mr -'
narl's, .i..r Manu-gruve Buy, Somerset, on
S'Thursday's at 10',.U a.lm.
S N'ovomber 14, lSv2.-tf .

tie to (-'t i:i CUtitoaiers. '/i/-.s. Or'r lo. 47. 4. o g I
--HE -i n thanks l
I .. _- a H ..- 15 ,.Y HE;U ,"I iU:dersigned in tha' kilg il
k r TT T -- n..I -.. : 1 .1 ... -- I iA LI

i g 1 Ne pe, n tc'.hC A iL tile P'u' lie it-al til, lii i,ilaitants la. eiLr'all ly M, "'L B
eS, CLa 'ia-'es island I'oti will be soA14 Cheap to close a Cousiga- aor the pantn,ge t," have eouenad
T T Went. lol nad- Rhim. liol'e t ly strict tilienti,-ii to f'usi. A I' "
Carts fo, ne-s at is L,.EW .STAlLI.SINIIENT. Frot.l I l FreshS
I't..I'S J.OlO ; A Li:r-RT llN G Ll^., ,s,,'fee', li.pstairs ,vbr No. 47, tu tieri, .1 C(,- ,e^.trom
t. U ,orb=,,.'-,, e -1, -, l in,' o-. *I G Gallons uetd

F1E D- FREDERICK J. JAA AME, niseoth&avs
''lt.. n 1 [ I .a Ju'y 11 L .O 1i_ _i, ISLi, I 4't., J.tE f
by THO AS H AIlVEY is oo,.v F t e> t 5,
WA' .DJot ,tt to OeO One Hund red Dollars
W D[read.;ake 1ee orU to t eenrCSr o.1 erI.
A HTA;- -, r :,,-,to-,.RE I PARD. Oct. 2nd, 1882.

huriheb Street, HaIrnilton, I
,;.1.itember 9th, k..d-'. J

p' lekc,,i

01 ).-

Gy- THiURSDAY last, oi
North .side of Peul.roke P;-.ah

I'Si iIStCc..d-.


\\ ite Dress bhlrts,
"-'.;,_-- I' ,- t ,k t! .ii ,i I h II'.sii ..l' llt'e,'J.

A L r'-e a --l uii;ie:it of
t, "'s <- 1% U. .. L A "'r i '
.1 ,f i th .il. ile- .it- ..
( ."-.l;:i'l ;- 1 ;10 ,l IJom Oni l: i]d.
.f2. : 'cr ie-fir aei.e ttoi fi i .. to
J. M. McNEILL & tO,

The C) u-r il -:a.i, ,.,n ,-;,pli:.itimmn al the Oft'- iilam o ', ugu'i-t Z-!, '2,.
of lthis t'tt, :'r Lh-.i ,. !s liieh,:. -t, tl-- -----------_-.
'TL'- Oviir vi hi-e to :,.iv toi a his adver- Tl INE IS i.-SINEY.
mn-t and it.lmun. rate the tuider. r -HILD 't;i supply yiou wiih a reliable Cl
Hamilton, Nov. Id8, 1B82. from s/ to .-." All Warranted.

island Brewery"


supply recently receiv-
the above Brewery in Oasks of
. -
well as Canteers uan be fur-
& at a low figure'r '
Frout Street, Hamilton..

THE above Sum will be paid for NOTICE
S such iulbrnaion vs will corvict the l'e,-
son or l'ers.'ui, i I.:', ,,i, S unday Ni ali l. t, et --
;,li, board the Yachd. "ZEPiiYR a,.d iIiaEici-,T I e e V" I 'bN u V IUS INalS dun-
iouIii CUL a-t d tulole the ltad ..i. 2, to dale, ti o and. all
D" S. SM.lTs ;mnioinlls ['DU -: I:o PrI'eosicinal -ervicea upio ,
D I A. .,I .l ii pr. 31l8h, l.., are rt quced u bed t l)AlLr,
I ,ilto O, O tL.e.' 9, I S-'2 I lI _l 1i. 0 ID(ll.; LU U i' l-O.t Hti' Et ,. and.-',all
iItI* li ity Xmas .,i AiiMouItt, romII OUcr. I1 c-S, to'date, to E. It. -

ock A Great Variety At hWe Royal U.,zetn .Su-
tiunary Store.

D. V. ,.,

IfHamilton, October 25, 1:82.






Gihb'm Hill Light Station at Beimnuda, between the
19th and 26th November 1882 : height above the sea
being 246 feet at base. where the RegiAter is k-pt.

1382. o
Nov. -
Noon &
Mo2"' NW
21 NE
2-; sw
23 NW
24 a
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26 NW


v = S Gene ral Rmarks.
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. 65 62 29-7,30 0'10 Fine, cloudy
*264 6C 29-690 0-10 Thick, squally
8171 67 29550 l-~5 .qqullh'. stormy
I 6 3 29 &. 0 0.3 Fine, cloudy
317 ( .29 9990 iiri0 Fine
5165 63 "9-940 1a:-03 Fine
4163 6 30.ir2)0 -00 Fine

Hamilton, Aovember 28, 1882.

November 21-Brigt. Hector, Campbell, Char-
lottetown, P. E. Island ; potatoes, bay, oats, &c.
and deck load of cattle to B. W. Walker & Co.
25-Schr. Mar- L Diannuu, Hindon, St. John, N.B.;
lumber box mnateral &c., to W. T. James.
27-Brigt. Alfred, Young, Cornwallis, N.S.;
potatoes, oats, &e. and de.:.k load of cattle to
S. S. laghanim.
November 22-S.S. Orinoco, Fraser, New York;
Mails, &e.
73-Sehr. Lillian, Le Ca-a, Digby, N.S.
25-Brigt. Ida Maud, Dsvidbon, Port Madding,
November 24--Schr. Hound, Leseur, returned to
port; to Saml. Chapman.
-RoIa Mail Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Halifax;
Eynlish Mail of 7th instant, and assorted cargo-
Agent, J. M. Hayward.
24-Royal Mail Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Jamaica:
mails, &c.
In the Mail Steamer "Orinoco," for New York,
on 23rd instant, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Coit, Mrs.
MTcLaren, Messrs. W. H. Watlington and H. P.
Whitney -2Nv, CAimw: 0 E. Binson and R. S.
Gillespie.-STrUnAOE : Georva and William Brooks.
Passens'ers ia the R. M. Steamer Alpha,"
from Halifax .n 2"th i;ntant :-Mr. and Mrs. H.
E. Fit,.'. Mr. S. S. Ttoddin.,, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Fox ao.i tv. children, Miss Davidson, Miss C.
Barron, Sur/eon-Major Camipbc-ll. A.M.D., Master
Johu u'ampbell. Master Edward Hayward, Mr.
Nicolson, and Mr. J. Fellows.
Mr. A. Kay, Serat. Heally, R.A., wife and three
children, Mrs.'McKenzie, Emma Symons, two cor-
porals, one stoker, and one signalman, R.N.
Mrs. Beckwith, three children and nurse. Miss
Musgrave, Mr. and Mrs. Gibert, Paymaster Ollard,
R.N., and B. H. Ahern.
C. A. Autlay and A. Campbell.
FoE Tuxic
Mr. J. D.-Murphy and Mrs. E.-C. Jones.
Captain Leseur. of the ?ehr. Hound. which vessel
returned tr, St. Georges on Thur-dnv last. report :-
Left St. Georpes for New York on the 9th instant.
with a North wind. which in,reataed the following day
to a strong breeze; a heavy head sen prevailing. Nov.
llth. Same on the 121th-blowing hard, close reefed
her down; started the bee and tganmnonii,, of bow-
sprit ; the jib ; at 4 p.m. split the storm stay-
sail; cured the b, weprit a, w.ll as possible ; at P.
set the jib, and reef out of foresail: blowing Con.'u,-
onu.y from N. and N. N. E. until thel 9th, wh-ii the
class had fallen to 2', y', anl weather looking bad
blowing at times in very lieavy VL.t-. and arain fell to
almost a calm. At 4-3f) on thea lti. a very bad-look-
ing squall made up in the N. WV ; while watching it, I
could see it approaching like a mass of smoke, which
afterwards proved to be an unaccountable number of
iwhirlwindai; the sail- being close rmefi., I lowered
them all down and made them fast, the s.a being then
in a long high swell, when the squall struck the vessel.
It would be calm for a omntet and then an irresisti-
hile gust from one side and then from the other, which
finally settled in the N. N. E., with a sea running
mountains hxih from all directions and blowing a per.
feet hiriicane; put out thedra with 6' fathoms of line.
Al 9 .: p.m. set the (:los reefed mainsail Mad peak of
furesail." At 4-30 a.m. carried away the haiwser .n drag,
wbinel caused the ves,.l to lay broadside; shipped; a
sea doing damage ito bulwark., boat and hull ; split the
foreail t(Usiderfd it prudent to bearupf ror eruda,
which we did on the 20th, then in lat.(. and long.
66 15' by aceunt 20th and 21st, blowing hirn;
wind hauling in to the Eastward; on the 22nd wind
.oderated, flying about from. N. E. to S. E. till 11
p.m.. when it settled in the .i. NW., blowmin vwry heavy;
t,lnw away the stem staysail and carried away the
altein stay-the vessel neing h,,ve too under close reefed
foresail, At 2 p.m. wind haukd in to the N. W.
Kept her for Bermuda again. wdhre we airived on the
-.rd. :.. were passing pitch pine lumber most all
tmi.e. and also pa.-sed a ship's water cask.
The Brigs. "Montrose," Capt. Hire, from Deme.
rara bound to kialifax, with molasses, went ashore
yestrwdiy morning ou the N. W. reefs, but came
off again ou tide stniting, and was towed into St.
George's. Was in distress and making for these
Islands when she went ashore : has lost fore and
main topmasts and is leaking.-Agent, J. S. Darrell.
The "Montrose" was here 3 years ago in dis.
Barque "J. W. Oliver," Capt. Coggwll, from,
Dieppe bound to New York, paused these Islands
on Sunday : desired to be reported. Had been on
the Coa-t, but was driven off by asueecosive gales.
The Sohooner A.ta, advertised to leave Halifax
for Bermuda on the 18th instant, only arrived there
on that date- from Prince Edwards Island, where
she had tk.n on bcard the larger portion of cargo
both inboard and deck, intended for these Islands.
The U.S. Gunboat "' Merion," 8 guns, 3rd rate
Conmmander S.W. TeT.V, "53 days from Monte Video,
bouind tu Portsmouth, Newhampshire, U.S., anchor-
ed m Grassy Bay, yesterday. She is in want of
coal; will probably leave in a few days.
The "M having a Clean Bill of Health from
the last port of departure, Pratique was granted
A boat, with a sail and manned by 5 persons, be-
longing to the "Marion," was capjsed in thu hbar-
bor of Hamilton, 'fast evening. The boat went to
the bottom; the crew was quickly rescued. The
boat was soon after raisendand the rescued proceed-
ed in her to their ship.
vH. M. S. Northampton bearing the flag of
Vice-Admiral Sir Leopold M'Clintoek, was, with
other vessels of the squadron, to leave Halif:ax for
Antigua on the 21st instant.

IxPOnTANT vo 3MANExBs.-The New Lighthouse
on able Island having been completed, will be re-
established on 1st. December.

The Legislature and the PariSh TIlE BERBS1UDA tIlINT RACES. LAWN TENNIS., OF VISITS OVER TEME StrUN Disc., which
Church Yards. ---- will orcurou those thi Decembler ito-morrow week)
An examination of the Colonil Statute Book(,or On Thursday afternoon last the above named PrOSPECT .'. S.T. GEOnOES. will be',wholly visible to the e-steru portion of
even of th list of Acts appended to the co -pila raceswere brought to a mot successful conclusion. A match Ibetie,:.u th.-e two clubs was played at North and Sr.uth Americi, will .comm~,nc on the
tions of the Bermuda Laws, will suffice to hew The weather was remarkably fin', ..ud th, c,,urse th HappV Val lv. Prou=p .t, on Frid v lost, the mouning',f the dayunmedt 23.nmiuutetafter S-mu,
any canfid inqu irur that no part of th C h aiwh though a i .lit heavy and sticky iu places, was in 2 th tilt., *.'.ultihi in a vi,.tor, ft.r by l -:ntinu, till 3. minute..after oue. Te h,re will ,be
lands, or burial grounds attached to the Puri.h CaFital condition. We hid au average uumnbr of 5 "' etts'"to 1. The weather was fine and this ,cir.- ftL,-t.-.utts of tihe circular disks, or limbs, ef the
Churches, has been the gift of thCo ial Lei- spectators in the Gralnd Stand and Stewards En- eumtance, comliued with the novelty of the cou- Sun anl planet., u ely, 11-1 pt t' ll,71 cotact of
nature. t is rfectly e for any person t- "loure bht au was t.o e .-xpected the outside ,itwd test, attracted a large nuuiber of spectators. the limbs, and I. i after n inte val ot about
lmakethiu search for himself casi far a, s "e'.:rt.r was not half ,hat it w.s ao t-he relar day. His At lk.v.luo',:1,,k, GneiGal Gallw'-y and Cptaiu twenty-oue monuhut,.o tite, the se:...ud intactt or
for ascertaining whether any Act exists makiu Excellencvy wa, a.ain present and the interim he G.ussen (Prusic.ti were oppose.l t:. Messs. L,-vi ./ ,, ,' .cou.a t twill talk: ple. After an iu-
any such donation. The history of the Parish played in the races, showed that he u eu- a Gul..bins t. Geore-. The t" did not tervof about ix hours, th third ota or
Churches and Church Yards rut be sought in t~le J.Vlnent in the sp,.rt. The starts were somewhat I-t lean: as the p.,y of tlhe Pzosle.t r-pre'sentative cond itacrnal contact will take pla,:e, and, about
ancient Parish records of a date earlier than the difth ult ti imauge but un the whl' were fair anul w.,s rath .r faulty nl Me-.r.. and Lewi, twety-ne minutes after the third, the fourth.,u-
creation oftho present LeilAature, or in the pub- -vn. Th.. Ron:.ies wer,. tte r ,,-nt tee,it nd tht w .re vi.t..ri,,n- by '.tries to 2. The oext >_tt tT*t, ,:r ncond exter,,al contact, will complete the
lireatiord of the preseColony. Ltiatr, thnish farmorelosand exitinzthau oun te tir.t w a .,way attair, Mers. Grit. u aud Butler Trnsit.
lie Threords of the Colony. to belive that an ofday. We ubjoin a list of races, horses and riders: .t. G -.,es; not laeui able to make any staul
land was set apart, for the building of a Church, THE BERMUDA STAKES.-For all the ag'ain-t C(.lptain Psol.uby and Mr. Raymond. The Rev. C. O'Brien, D.D., P.P. of Indian
and for burial purposes, in each Tribe, at the very property of and miildenu by Civiliau.. Horses Ward au.l Mr. Sp.ncer (St. Georges' wre River, Prince Edward's IUland, has I, nominated
earliest settlement of the Colony. In modler, foaled- in Bermuda alIowe.d 7 ll's. About uue nw pitted against M.-srs. t.lubb and Hueiey and Ar.bbiehop of Halifax, N..., in the Ieo'm of ATch.
times lands have in some instances been purchased, mile on the flat. Stakes 20. :l,.-feated their iy six 8,iies to, three though the bishop Hannaun.
and in some given, for enlarging the Parish Church Mr. Lane's b. g. EcLIPsE, list. 71-s, B/ak an,,d Propecet player made a plucky ,tioit ait the finish.
Yards. In such cases, we are informed on gool cardinal (Mr. Skinneri ........................ 1 r. Grin and Butler were then successfull THE STEAmsm-I BILa.-It will be noticed by yes-
uthorit, they have een conveyed to the Rectors Mr. D. Hllisc F n ovr General Gallwa y and Captain Gauseu by terday's proceedings of the Honorable the Legisla-
in t ority, they have b een conveyed according to r. t, B.,'six games to two. The next match pro..lhuced the tive Council-inserted in another column-that the
the rites of the Churchi of tEngland, or d to be uMed r. F. PeniAthu. h ****. closest contest of the day, Messr-.Ward and Spen- Steamship Bill has been rejected. by that House by
in like manner as the ancient burial grounds at- Dr. S. A. Smith's h. g. AimosKEAo, 1lst. 71bs, oer being opposed to Messrs. Pousouby and Ryv- 8 to 1.
tached to the Parish Churches. Black oad blu'e (Mr. Zuill) ...................3 mond. After the .core had been called two,"
In St. George the old Church Yard was, in con- Mr. Conyer's b. h. Smr GARNET, list, Green and four" aud 5 games all," the St. Georges pair BERMUDA HUNT CLUB
sequence of its overcrowded state closed by an Act &bff (Mr. Mercer)........................... 0 wou the ,games. In this match Mr. U
of 1854, and, on the Petition of the Rector and Mr. E. Zuill's Wl. g. DEXTER,llst. 71bs, Gfren'td perur pplae the e.a with reat judgmentfIh-g There will, be a Meeting It ti ttewnreds inn the
Vestry and others a part of the Crown Land wa. o, black tap (Owner). wellf supported by Captin Wrd, while f.r Pros- Town Hall, Hamilton, at 11-30 on Wednesday, to
granted to the Rector, in lieu thereof, in ru o .......... pet Ctain .,sonby played vey steadily- consider an objection raised in the Polo Stakes.
granted to the Rer, in lieu thereof, in trust to Mr. D.J. Lane's br. g. COMET, lst, Gn rt. G,),c,, e,,,,ttA, 'rospeit 1. On reinu- At 12":30 the Hon. Sec. will hand over Stakes
be used in like manner as the old Church Yard. lr,:, (M r. W M eyer).* ............... S: t-e .. G e.or* e. 4 .etts, Prospe,.ct 1. O* rZsnn-l
and according to th ittes ofthe Church of Eng- r eyer).................. in after luncheon the complexion of the game anud second Monies to those entitled to receive
land. On the petitionof the Roman Catholics an- Six started, led at a rattling pace by FiaYru, S.r conuplcltetlyi:huned. Pro:pec:t being victorious in them.
otherportion of the same land was granted to trus- Garnet and .Anum.keag ; during the first. round no -vry sett Messrs. Glubb and Hussey having wou W. C. HUSSEY,
tees for use as a burial ground according to the rites change of importance took place but Mr. Skinner their match against Messrs. Gubbins and Lewis, Nov. 27th. Hon. Sec., B.H.0
of their Church. Thg3 Wesleyain petitioned for in the second round began to creep up and by the General Gallway and Captain Gaussen beat Me-.isr.
another portion to be granted to them, and we have time T srodrc was on the "home turn"' E-lipt was Word and Spencer. This result was hardly anti- The surroundings connected with the death of
heard that their application was acceded to, but alongside of the leading horse and then ensued a cipated, but the Prospect'tntatives had :.>mi- Capain J.C. Wardell of the Royal Marines at the
whether any formal grant was made them we do not ast exciting race for the finish bcing landd,1 even- pletely recovered their form and both playing with attakon Tel-el-Kebir, are particularly distressing,
know. They however, as well as the English and tually by Ed'ip.s by a short neck. Time minii. 55 great freedom and accuracy wun easily by -ix His third child was bornon theday hewaskilled,
Roman Catholic Churches, retain possession of their sec. games to two. In the next match Meirs. Posoun- and his mother who is the widow of a Major in
own portion of the ground. The parts granted to THE POLO STAKES -For all Horesof I1 hands, b and Lyois ndasly disposed ot M -es tt. wul. the Army, lives to mourn the loss of a second son
the Rector and the Roman Catholic trustees were 2 inches and, under. Catch Weights not under bins anuidst ewand the score was called "4 etts". who bas died in the service of his country, an elder.
both consecrated we believe, to the uses for which stone 71h. 'eight for inches: .5 bs. allowed itent. In the deding y brother, Captain Geo. Wardell.
they had been granted, the former by the Bishop per inch under .112. About a mile on the flat. Mesrs. Grib and Hussey wer being itorionu g r
of Newfoundland, the latter by the Roman Catho- Stakes 10. Messrs. Grif and Butler being victorious by S X
lic Archbishop of Halifax. games to two, thus winning the match for Pro.sp,:t ,.A Stilpplell'lit t <)f fou Cul-
Having made some inquiry,-we cannot learn that Mr. Barritt's b. m. DOLLIE, 9st. 7lbs, P,' evil by five setts to ftur and 12 games to 34. muns accompanies think is-ue of the "Gazette :" it
in any instance any new ground for burial purposes "f 'Ownerl ................................ I The horne team deserve credit for o pluckily pul- contains the Proceedings of the Honorable Legis-
has been added to any Pariah Church Yard in any Dr. Mercer's ch. g L," Ost. 71bs, Dark bi',veon,l ing the match out of the fire, the score at one time lative Council of the 24th aud 27th iniit. ; and of
other way than under deed to the Rector in trust, li!/,6 ,lu,' Owneri ........................ 2.. having been call-id 4 sett8 to one in favor of St. the Honorable Hou-e of Assembly on the 2th ;
either for use according to the rites of the Church Mr. Sankey's br. h. LEr, "-,t 7'bs. G, e, bla;da. George's. Fur Prdcpect Messrs. ardl s e aelcounl t cOf the Ferviites A;f ir John CoiR-
of England or, which is the same thing in other le,.e, (AMr O'Couell. 3 Raymndr made a strongppair, whi!e Geeral Gall- nierell, the newly Appoiuted Admniral for this Sta
words, for the like uses or in like manner as the D way and tCaptain Gaussean came to the frout at the tion ; some European News, and Parliamentaiy
ord, Dr. T.H. Outerbridce's hr. h So-UVENm, I1st, critical mrnoment. For the visitors Messrs. Ward matter.
old Parish Church Yard. ,l,,,'(,,, ,/ Mi. W11'. Peniston i ........... 4 and Spuncer played er il t.ether. Mr.. Spen matter.
It thus appears that. in no case has the Leoisla. ..... 1 .bn Sp n pad --rr;N. w ad t his Mr retin --it--'
ture by any Act conferred any of the Church Yards Captain Setou 's b. g. Po.~c, st. 21be, ., /.... ce returns b hi ac -,
on the Rectors of Parishes. b,'.rk elt res, /./1 c'A,,p (Owner. ................5 ate.BITH, of the 16th inst, t hea, .., the
It is nevertheless true that the Statute Book of A capital start sent them all away together, and, Mfr. Hall, tLkilluy umnpired throughout, and his of R. CH T of a So
the Colony bears clear testimony to the title of the on the first rise und Dh';, be-an t: show deislo, together v. ith those of the referee, gave ......., at Heathwote Hill, Homersit, on the
Church of England to the auient Parish Clirches ahead: when roundiiug the riuorth-weu-tern ,:.rner i1 uiversal satisfattion. 2-2ud inst., the wife of Mr. Heury W1righLt, of a
and Church Yardts. This is quite a different Iioll,''e was leading, in..l won very cleverly by four DEr.uT..-1.t R,,.u:J. So-.
thing from the Legislature having appropriated' leigths; two lengths between s'conid and third. Meszr'. GubLinasrind Lewis St.. Georiges) beat Lt.-
property to that Church. The Acts of the L--gisla- Immediately after-the race Mr. Merver claimed the General Gallway and Captain Gaussen, Pros- MARRIED, Oct. 2ud, at the Parish Chureb,
ture furnish the evidence of a pro-existing right, race on the ground that I,,dr', rider crossed hint l Iet 6 names to 2. Trowbridge, ME. WtLMr HUGHE?, late Leading
but. have nothing to do with the creation of that unfairly and caused him to pull his horue up to avid Captain Puon-,-uby and Mr. Raymounl (Prospc.:ti Stoker, H.M.S. "Irresisti..le-, erinud.i to ANINLE,
right. The right itself, as we have shewn with a colllision. How this is settled we have not yet bIeat M esrs. Griffiu and Butler (St. George:-si 6-0u.'7r of ML. J. K.E'a, :' ik. ~.Street, Tru,- -
reference to the glebes, existed, as far as the old heard. Time 1 min. 11 sec. (': ptain Ward and Mr. Spencer iSt. George; beat 1.rilge, Wilts, Eugland.
Church Yards are concerned, prior to the constitu- THE SHELLY BAY HANDIAP.-Foir all h ilSrs. Glubb andl Hussey (Prospect 6-;3. ........, at Christ Church Warwick, on Thurs-
tion of the present Legislature, and consequently THE S. AELLY Bout ile HA t. ta.-, 2.. Ron,, day the lIth Nov., by the R evl. John Wallace,
they could not have been derived from it. Mr. Lae' b. g. Ecl s, 1st, I: ., '; M,: s. Grifien aund Butt, rs beat Lt. General Gal- JON T. WHIIE, to Ei. A.Na, eldet
We do not think it necessary to quote the Acts Mr. innr. ev arn d Gaut-sU 6 games to "2. daubter of Adrawtui H. A.-two-,, Evr1.
which furnish this evidence, but they can readily Mr. D. Hllis's ch. g. Foao, 11st, Bl' E'ri *'. Ca'II'tain Ward and Mr. Spencer beat Captain Pon- t : ..'? -
produced if called for. It may suffico at present to (Mr. F. Peniston) g.. oAnoI........ S ouby and Mr. Raymond (a h,ni,.. ,-tt) 7 games DIED, at the MilitaryHspital, Prop.,t,.at 3
il that the then Chief Justice, not D Smitsch g. A Alst, t G Hlubb and Hussey beat Messrs. Gubbin c t i g u uiur :f eno-c
oa e e Church, ia cas hered tahn vertquet Mr. Cooper's b. g. PINAFORE, o10st 71bs, /u, a, a Lewis d-4 ou, a. 2.J yv,.-irs anti 4 muti 1-. H1 was buried
raised for judicial decision a ruled that, aocordin to 1,'nary (Owner) .............................. o0 3'rd R,,,nd. at 4 P.r. oft same day. with Militay honors, being
ontuti of t, t lnial St Bk Mr. Twomey'sr. g. SrLTN, st 71bs, Sti.d., Lt.-General Gallwey and Captain Gausse beat b.:.rne t, his grave ly his who deeply
clearly shewel that the Rectors of Parishes werefr .. l ne cp) atainSton).........C'pitain Ward andMr. spencer 6-2. mourn their
the freeholders of th.u Church Y nrds and Churches, Mr. T. J. P armau's .d I. Tom, 1(,'t 71be, D (-'Jt. Poni.:,n ud lir. y ,n , ,....... in Devunshre Parish, ,,n W e luesd tv
b l u e a n d ; h t ,P u t 5 r (' a s t n e r '. . . . C i G i t b b i n a R d L t,: 6- i 6 1 .. .
and that the parishioners in Bermuda haild te sme Mr. E. Zuilit's i. g. DCastner,... .....t, a, Glu H Messrs. Gin a evening 22nd iun-t., after lung and l..ditall illne-..,
and no greater right in them than parishioners in Mr. E. Zuill bl. g. DEXTER, 1, Get ai M lub ad H- t Mssr. Grl ih she bore with christian fortituim-, L ERNE
England then had in the Parish Church Yards at. p'k (Owner) ..........................0 i utl -2. TCuCER, the beloved wife of R. 1. Rolinson, ayed
home. In the following term the same Judge in- After a gr,.at deal of difficulty five of tl.. :,- n ---- --- years.
atructed another jury that six months further in- starters were got away,. leaving Sl/lan and Tin at A SF.a--i.'ArF.-A Life-buoy, of over 7 feet in cir-
vetigation and consideration had uo)nfirnudl the the pot. F,ar,o anil .- ,.., as usual mani, tie t interiiee, with the uword.- llEU," ** Btiemen," -t f E .
views he had formerly expressed. running, waited on by El;pse who came easily t. ' painted. ibeiron, was picked up on the North Shore 1C b /) A
The facts here stated .aun be verified by any per- front in the third round and won pretty much as hee ..' Si> ,i h on the miuornin.' of the 16th in-
son who will bestow a little time and care :on the liked; Fi.qgaf a gool Seco-nd : A..u,l.-.a,. a bad i t.,nt by Mr. J. F. White.:,..s, ;an'i brought to our lltel'iOl' ,atlity.
investigation of them. The assertion or assump.- third. Time 3 mm. Otti. It has til line cus--toinirily attached to
tion that the title of the Rectorsrestson arbitrary A CONSOLATION SCRAMBLE.-For all beat-.n 1! i, lfe-. ving instrunt t in raorpel order. It Pictkrd before delivery, guaranteed in goo
Acts of Parliament is clearly disproved both posi- Horses that have run at the Meeting. About I '.:,ould not have been vry long in the water, as the ord,'r, 5, per bushel.
lively and negatively. But if any one professes I mile ou the fiat. Value 5 and oue-third of pint (white is quitt fresh, and has not the least r i
not to be satisfied with these proofs let hhn name the eutrince money. Entries to be mande at the apperau.:e of a bama-.le. Doubtless there is -oume T ". J. J-IE .
the Colonial A.-t which confers any real property Scales immediately after the preceding Ra.'-. painful history counuecteud with this fluat;ge. November 27, 1852.-1
on the Chuich or its Ministers in these Islands. If Entrance money 10as.
no such Actcan be quoted the conclusion is inevit- There were f.ur entii,:.s for the Scramle., which It is said that Oscar Wilde has netted $60,000 Lime Lime Lime !
able that, whatever may be the origin of their title, was easily won by Mr. Arkkwright on Mr. Glubb's since his arrival in America.
the Rectors are indebted to no arbitraryy Acts of little mare Missy.I Two Chinese doctors have "hung out their shin-
Parliament" for the land they hold in trust for gles" in Victoria, British Colurmbia,and invite men, IME burnt with Cedar Wood
Church purposes women and children of all races to test their skill in and Coal, can be purchased at the Kiln
T of There has been, it seems, some disturbance in the I tbe healing art. Ii this 'on frorn one bushel to 25 nl 9d.;
The English Mail or Ihe 91h Nov. Merchants Bank of Halifax, consequent:n the The Rev. the Earl of Mulgrave, son of a late for all orders over :n5, special arrauemntis c, n
The Royal Mail Steamer "Alpha," Captain raslofr that place as well aG some diffin ltdit, withGovernor of Nova Scotia, intends, it is said, soon b mne.
Crowell, from Halifax, with the English Mail of the cashier whose connection with tie Buk h riningto America as a mifieryin British Col-g a application, t1 Ioyal ;zett" fice.
the 9th instant, arrived at St. Georges on Friday ceeasd. The Halifax Mnin te Bof the c20th iaoery in h Clton, la y 15th, l .
morning. inst., adds to a notice of those circu dances lessthe re in t public schools of e relierytoart
The New York papers of the evening of the 17th there he any misconception it should be stated that m In 15t)here were in de pub cO schools of er- (-- Arrawgments for delivery to any part
say:-" Telegraphic communication, both by land their is nothing in the affair to atiF t the Bank's mot te ad l pupils ow, of the llsand can also he made.
and cable generally, was interrupted to-day by ex- position, the loss involved being small." witl a population larger by about per pcent., there
ceptionally severe electric storms. Experienced --are only 4,376 teachers and 73,0 pupils,while
telegraphers say it is the worst of the kind for many NEWFOUNDLAND IN THE DOMINION is seemingly tho character of the teaching has, it is said, retro- I Mi 1M E LS C HO E IC PEI PU-
years. The few wires that are working are con- more distant thuan ever jut' from the result of graded. M Y
tinually liable to disturbance and it is almost im. the recent election of Members of the new House Au Ohio insurance agent in Dakota some time
possible to send or receive long messages oontinu. of Assemnbly and of the tenor of some of the Island ago offered a Norwegian a cigar. He took it, but J m11 ': EL'.i TOILET VINEGAR, a pleas:rit
ously. Press, as the latter designate the unsin.c:esstul .anu- not seeming to know just what to do wiih it, the ILB tonic and setfeshiug adjunct to the l'tiletand
The Halifax Herald of the 20thaays, inan article didates as "traitors," men who:, would carry New- agent offered him his cigar from which to obtain a Biath, a r.ivintg .cent and a powerful disiilnectant.
headed "Electrical Storms":- foundland into the Dominion at any sacrifi,. ouf light. He took the lighted cigar, put it in his For warmi climates it is valuablel. VND
We are without our special and press despatches h'onor or principle." mouth, and placed the unlighted one in his pocket. RI l Il EL'S U EL.BL Vr.TED LAVENDER
this morning again, the" electrical storm" causing --- It was the last one the poor insurance man had iVAT' I EII.IL B D L DF
a suspension of the business of transmitting tele. THr DESTRUCTION OP THE Pooe HOSPITAL IN and his was 2u miles from town. RIh 1EL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAU F.
grams. The aurora has extended pretty generally Haur.Fx-The Coroner's luquest ou the rec;ains _- -N _L'_ _!IJPH I,_LPROVD FLRlLNF
all over Canada and the United States, and was es- of the unfortunate vietinma who were burnt to death, R C I i i hIEL'S M 1 l l PROVFD iLQ RID -
pecially felt on the cables between this country and or died from the effects of injuries received at the RI i E,' JOCKEY CLU and other Ira.
Europe. The theory is that the atmosphere is so time of the distressing affair, and which commenced At ROyal a'ettC' tatioiLery aa o Per iieumer
charged with electricity that it draws away from on the 10th instant, was nut concluded in the 20th. li th Aot i i,. lEL':lZ L{,LEa J.I'CFE anrd GLYa'ERiNr:
the wires the electricity that is generated by the Nothing had been elicited as to the. origin ut the *toi e, th l1 ir a LLu L I J ..ICE and G LI In -I,
batteries which furnish them with their power. fir, e but it. was clearly scertainel that it di Lv New 5 hair a beautut ..I o d ,C, uip' is .
Slight dirturbances of this kind are occasionally commence in the wood-r,.,.ii under the bakery, a. 1 Ol1LOil V1< 1 W co,,,,, ,o P h It.,l.
noticed, especiaUlly during the time that what are was at first supposed, as these rooms remain,.d in- |YI n L'S PURE v'V til'E iLo'CEIN y
known as Northern Lights are visible in the heavens. tact after the tire. It is the general opinion that York, A LIA tO N WINDSO, I IONLYt
Thedisturbance has caused a greatdeal of delayto the fire was entirely s,:,.ilnt,.l. There I.,'!Y i'E BO)OKS lymn BOOKS ALlNU, LE I' !'Ua cake.CO\L'A and l
business throughout the country. A well-known however, to he no doubt that pr:,per pre,:autiu,, t_ ,, tliei's ard Little Arlhur's lIistory of R|I'*I.F L VLLVEMiLEc VIOLET, RICF
electrician gives the following opinion on the sub- wero not taken in the iu'sttction of th buillim, U L N I) O.E-LLAF und other TOILET POWDERS, in
ject:-The latest astronomical theory is that at for the safety of the lives of the inmates, inu th- r. ,. (| ....... .. ,.,

Ii- 0'. .- -'.5C e l, ; u :11W' pac'i.
periods of about eleven years the conjunction of caseot re. li '.- ,n. ill..t' I'FNS LL'S. AUADENTINE, cleans, whilens
the minor planets affect the solar atmosphere, caus- P \'i h, and
ing sun spots to be very marked. This results in THERE'S MowNEY IN ir.--At the Glyvale FIlower ['ENI-* I.S Vi1i li S R ING, &c. nd rrser rs ithe teeth, relreshes ihe mouth, and
profound electrical disturbances. At such times the Show ou Wednesday, theL Sp'aker of the Hi.-.,f i it,111 EL'S ARO1ATIC OZONIZtER. or Na-
au oral display is very brilliant. Even theripening Coinmous recommeudei the increased growth of I iitt Jtural Air priinrt i ,rarant Powder which diffuses
powers of the solar beams are affected, as the years tomatoes in warm corners of gardens. TIis i, go,,od ts, )t itlv ind refreshing emalnatious ol ite 'ine
of the fauminein India and China have been ubserv- advice, as the demand for tirnat..,es is greatly inu TT 1 P 1 '' d Eucalipu Fore-ts .
ed to keep somoesortof parallel with the phenomena exc.:es of the supply, sail good qualities tr i.:;i BALLS aud l U l ,j 0 a, E. ,t i I L, l'efumer by a ppouiuuet to i. K.
named; so that the old faith in astrology, whereby have been sold, retail, at from 7d. to ls. lir Ili..RBEDUCE R TdSL H. Princess oh E Iiles,16' Strand, LondoI and 17
the planets were held to have an influence over Fur people troubled vith a liver-and everyone Selling at R D. UCE RdesTiE.ins, ,ar'd.
human destiny, had a basis of truth in it. The seems to ble conscious of posesing that r-i.eli,,u t GazettleStationdesery Store, Pars.
present electrical display may be owing to these organ nowadays- the free 7o.umption ,f t..m.a. es, fyalGazet______ _____" Stationery ore,
causes, but as to that he could not be positive, raw or cooked, is better than all the doctor's stuff. (,'.At'6 A p,'ice) i g Orn 'c/
Electrical displays appear to be more viokut euery in the woril This is row very widely known, and ieceiviln py er, JI noco,
second or third year, and in all cases the Aurora is p-eople who have a natural or acquired taste for O 'D f1i i
generally marked. It has been particularly so of tomatoes fiud the fooi-rnediuine so very agreeable .FIOtK F (l,1/ 1, OJV J) '
late, and this disturbance has, he believed, been that they will not willmn.-ly igo a day without some Koyal G.z, It" -utationeIry lore,
looked for. We in fact may look upon it as the of it ,luriig the toumatuo eason. The cous-,.u,:n. e Always on Sale at L"Royal Gazette" Depositary ow
direct result of the brilliant displays of the late is thit tomatoes are dear, and they will certainly Ie a tlull svly o l PUBLIC SC HOOL *OOKS, .t few ims 14 th it % ell-i.uow
summer. The effect of such disturbances on the very much dearer if t..e .-upply is not largely in- First, S'cond, Third and Fourthl REA ilICItMOND
telegraph wires is sometimes very curious, the wires crasel. When th.-Vy u:i e eg1rowu with adrantage ES., GeogtraplhVy, &C., c &c ore onditio P IVDER.
sairounding the magnets being sometimes com. at all they ar vei:y polii>, anud I have no d..uiilt orse BOOondi assorted number.
pletely melted, and often the line cau be worked that they can be grow,. tv sell with profit at 3>i. pert SLATE PEICILS s&c.s o e lauitiueir, Sept. s7, id.
with the batteries disconnected." lb.-Mark Lane E.', &SLATE PENiL &c., &, ai i t


- ___ I

For Sale,
At My Auction loom, Queen Street,
A BOUT 200 Bbls. Selected Gar-
i net Planting POTA-TO 1 at 10'
per B!,l.,
About 100'1 Iu-. I-'ivy Blitk 0 ITS=, to Cluse
Co' >)!-igo-11 enl .
To-m orrow, Wednesday,
Th. 29th instant,
And on Fitll'AY Next. Ieclr. 1st, t Noon,
Ti' 1 R AR ', CUl*LI' iiV,
I. 1I'P I'It"i'Si:I t'., (1.OTiiING,
ii TS, C P-', BONN ET.,
Fdnly I ( .' D', &c
f: J. JHEA', '
A.4 'ineer.
Hamilton, Sth Nov., 1382.


I am directed by Mrs. Alice Young
To Sell,
By Public Auction,

The 30th Instant, at 12 o'clock, noon,
A Lot or Parcel of Lanwd
Situated between her Dwelling House and the
Wesleyan Chapel, particulars of dimensions
given on clay of Sale.
'Somerset, November 27th, 1882.-1

Auction h"ale.

The Undersigned has received In-
structions from Mr. Chas. H. Hewlett,
On the Premise.-,

The 7th proximo. at 12 o'clock, noon,

No. 1-1 he STORE HOUSE and
LOT near Post Office, Mangrove Bay.

-No. 2-One undivided moiety of a
Parcel of Land
Estimat-',l to contain Ten Acres or thereabouts,
near Whitehill, .omrset bounlinu onil Main
Roand.-For further io..'-ript:in :f the Prop er-
ti .s. siee v.iv.rtiseliint ini the "' i;o.yal Gazattu"
of 14th instant.
A ictioueer.
Some-rset, N.ive-.mbir 27, 1I?2.-2

Just Received,
A Superb .%asorlmenit 'f-
.XMAS, New VYeir, and Bir hd.iy C \ Ch,.ice SONGS and ; iecas of ILrSI I
for the I'ian., partiilarly select-
ed, it ls. each PIiece.
Rolls India MIAT i'ING, white and col.>r-d-
different widihs,
Tennis BATS and BAILS and PRES.ES.
45 Fiont Sirtet, flamilton, l
28th November, Ido2. i

Just Received from Lon-
don via New York:
.NT.S' Black Cloth PANTS, VEST.~T and
Genta' Black anil Blue Pilot Cloth OVE,-
( G-nits' Colored Tweed PANT.S and COATS
Gtntd' White and Black RuLbber COATS
"* Brown Silk UMIt-ELL r
&e., &c., &e.
604 F'rntt -treet..
Hani t,.n, Nov. :20;h, ls.-e. 3p

Just Opened,
Fancy Articles, Toys,
Birthday, Xmus and New Year CARDS
E. B. J.\A ES,
Corner of Queen and Reid ::ts.
Hamilton, Nov. 28, 18'2.

I' AD I ES Colored and Black
ierencl. Kid (.L[,f)VES,

A variety of Fancy Goods
suitable for Christmas Presents and
Christirias Cards.
'. S. D.dRRELL.
Hamilton. November '21, JS62 -2 3p pd

For Sale,
A few BPrre1, of Choice Table

_ @
Hiamilton, October 30th, 1882.

By Public Auction,
At 12 o'clock, M-,

On TImrsday next,
30th Instant,

10,000 FeetWhite Pine 1 Inch
300 Bushels Mixed New York OATS
500 Bushels Heavy P. E. I-aud OATS
200 Bis. Ex ra Selected Garnet Seed PO-
2 Beas Pearl BARLEY. in Bags 201bs. each
12 Bags Seed BARLEY, in Sh,,ok
50 lags Assorted Table POTAOES
4 11EIFE;!'S iii C(all, extra breed
50i GEESE, Yotung and Fat
25 Cases Kerosene OIL
5 Half Chests Oolong TEA
5 Bl]-. Grocery Jamaica SUGAR
50 Gross Chaces Comb MATCli ES
10 Tubs New York 1iUTTER
5 Half Bis. Bread and Washing
so) DA
2,000 4 Feet 6 in. PALINGS
A few Bushels Yellow TURNIPS
10 Water C(ASKS, 100 Gallons each
4 Empty Oil CASKS, ex Lighthouse
All the Lumber iued as Fit.tings, for
stock from Deck of Brigt. Alfred,".
To Close a Consignment,
About 100) Barrels Shediac Seed
1. IF'. WALKER 4. CO.,
Hamilton, Nov. 27, 1882.

Auction Sale-

Tho Tlldesigned l has been kinull instruct-
cd to Sell,
A 4 ,,I A -I -1 +11. 11


The Undersigned Offers for Sale
Of Schr. "MARY L. DUNN,"
Just Arrived from ST. JOHN, N. B., and care-
fully selected for thiss Marker,
ONION Box Material,
Garnet Seed POTATOES
-;i 'Clicp Lir, eronii from selected Seed.
l'arrtis are invited to exainiie Stock before
lurch. oing el.-eulere,
10 :; Bo\ts
Tomatoes Box ENDS,
'oitnatoe LATHS-57 in.,
Keg's N IULS--3d., 4d. and 5d.
Tie ab,,ve is olfTred on accommodating terms
to ap.-rosed piirchsi.cras.
35 M Feet Selected W. P.
Al BOARDS, lin at Id.
p)tr ft. in lots of 500f'. and upwaids,
6 .31. lret BIOA R IDS, Grooved and Tongied
and Planed onu oth sides, at lid. per
foot in lois of l00 feet and upwards,
100 C'ases 6 C'rd Comb MATCHES-eb a,:.-
est and best in the Market.
55 oxes PIPER--T.D.'s anud assorted,
OAT S, Ceiling LATHS,
Boat SPA.\R, &c., &c.
[ 41 & 42 Front rt.
I lan iiton, 27th Nov., 1882.-1


rThe Brigt. "Alfred" sailed from
Coiuwalli';, Nov.a Scotia, ro: ihis Po'u on Thurs.
day iast, li$th instant, and may be e.xpc-e'id in a
ICi dais.
Thv under .'entionrdl Aricll have bien special-
ly selected ior this MarkLt, anId iill be ofltred
i.n arival. t.
1,200 B rrels Garnet Seed POTA-
T'l )E., ro-in I hoopt d Barrels
S)00 Bushels Heavy Black OATS
i.i Tons H- AY of superior quality
'1 UItNIP; I.LAJilBE, &e.

A L.O,

ALT Pui-IC AAtLUonH 10
U 'S"The Whole of the )

Of C'. P. WVILLIAMS. Esi lire, United
States Comimeicial Agent,
At his Residence on the CaIt Road, St.
George's, onl

Sth Deer. next, at 12 o'clock, noon,
Said Furniture c. nipiising in pl)ar as fol-
lENNTIlE and .ide TABL;S -
Sofais C:hairs
Bedroom TUITES (1Handsome';
Hair Mattressrs (Double nd single) Steel
spring of best quality
Other Mattresses Cot Le,.ls (Single)
Dining and Breakfast WARE LAMPS
Reiligei ator (La' ge)
A Larc-e Cooking Stove, also Keri'oseue Do.
with Cooking IUtensils
Pictures, Curtains and Fancy Ornaments
'C., &C., &C.
(Couditions of Sale, Cash on Delivery.
St. George's, 27th November, lb82.
Colonist copy twice.


The Undersigned is now receiving,
Garnet Seed

Of prime quality.
And, has oun hand,
Tomnto DO.
All offered on accommodating terms to
approved purchasers.
H:imnilton, Nov. 20, 1,s82.--2 3p
ALL the latest Novelties in Plated Ware as
-L well as ncessary artih-cl at Chikls. Call
and "**.

'The Clipper chi.i*er

-fa, g g ,
WILL ll.

On Saturday next,
'The 2nd Deceniber,
F(;r !e., era.a, io eiurin ditecl, ior \ii H rb.idos
if r uqd:red.
\ ill t.ike I'ot.,irs at l-l rcents per .rnlie'.
i'l, 'n. wi.hiiig ir ip ill pil!-.n e mako c:;I)
atpplia ii..,li I,
B. IK. W1'LKE#4' CO.,
25 Ft.-,i Street.
Hau ilton, Nov. 28, 1882.

15 Cows and young C
i etters
POU LrR v, &c., &c.
Interdifig Prela-cer,' would do well to a~ 'it
li.e "' A fred's" ;arri;il.
S. S IAGGIi.L1..
N,.,ember "21, 188'1-2 3p
U. zeite orJt .

11Ti!E UNDFi.(;NEl[)
Will Offer fio r Sale on arrival of
tlie -Nhr. ALT A,'' f'roni 'IALIF N X, (ex.
pccted to arrive in a few daps) at the
very lIu eat Prices bfor Cash,
A .Cun ,, 500 FBUS. Heavy Black OATS,
^ W .0 5 3a,,, ;;j C I

Tomato Box ENDS and LATHS,
Front Street, East.
Ilamifton, 27th Nov., 1, 2.*
Garnet Seed P 0 T A-
TOE S, Star Brand,
Superior "T'ble Polt foes, of
Choice kinds, best in market,
And to Arrive per Schr. MARY L DUNN,'
from .-t. John, N. B.,
()NION ox 1lAT1,1tilA
Tomato do. do.
10 Slat BOXES, James' Patent
Ditto Long LAT iS, b7 inches
Ditto END.S Kegs NAIL', 3d., 4d., & 5d.
BbIs. Garnet 'eed. POTATOES, grown from
selected eed, e-pecially for this Market
Boxes assorted Clay PIPE OATS
SPARS for Boats' Masts
LU.M B i R,W white Pine, 1 In. boards
Ditto Pli.e,, i;roved and Tongued.
A full assortment of English and American
G /b 0 C E i I E S,
Choice English, Breakfast and Olong TEAS,
Now Landing ex "Orinoco,"
5o Boxes London Layer RAISIN. ,
At Lowest Market Rates.
11'. T. JAMlIES,
41 & 42 Front Street.
Hamilton, 20t.h Novr., 1%42 -2 3 pg.
Just arrived from P. E. Island and
for aIale,
A Superior

W a a1W1= 1
Suitable for general work and warranted
sound, free from vice and only five years old.
Hamilton, Nov. 27, 1882.-1


For H. M. Troops and
Navy, Bermuda.

TENDERS for supply of FRESH
MEAT for the above Services for Three
(3) Years, from 1st March. IS83, will be re-
ceived by the Senior Commissariat Officer at
Hamilton, Bermuda, till Noon, on the
2nd January, 1883.
Forms of Tender and all information can
be obtained from the Senior Commissariat
Officer at Hamilton.
Attention is invited to the new terms of
Contract whereby arrangements can be made
to terminate the Contract in Eighteen Months
or to carry it on for 3 years certain without
option o' termination on either side.
Tenders to be in duplicate, marked on En-
velope Tender for Fresh Meat."
Senior Commissariat Officer.
Commissariat Office,
Hamilton, Bermuda,
25th November, 1882.-5


A T a Special Meeting held at
Georges, on the 6th Instant, the following
Officers were elected to serve for the ensuing

W. LrrrLE, S. W.
T. E. FRr-H, Treasurer.
B. K. PAcKwooD, .ec'retury.
E. WALSH, ,Tyer.
W. 0. F. 1IASCOMZ,
November 28, ISa2.-l1



begs to inform the inhabitants of Ber-
muda of his intention to open in the Town of
Hamilton, on MONDAY1, Dec. 4th, pro.cirao,
a First Grade Classical school for the educa-
tion of the youths of both sexes. The follow-
ing are the subjects he is prepared to give
thorough instruction in:
CLASSICS-Latin and Greek; the highest
authors for collegiate matriculation.
ENGLISH-including History (ancient and
modern) ; Oeography (ancient and modern);
I english Grammar, Composition, Etymology,
Analysis, &c.
MATHEMATICS-including Euclid, Alge-
bra, Trigonometry, (plane and spherical),
Conic Sections, Hydrostatics, Hydraulics,
Pneumatics, Mechanics, 'tactics, &c., &c.
In offering his services to the Public, he
does so with a perfect consciousness of giving
general satisfaction, as he has been engaged in
Scholastic work for upwards of sixteen years,
and many of his pupils have successfully pass-
ed the Oxford, Cambridge, and London Uni-
versities Matriculation Examinations.
TERMS male known on application at the
Store J. H. T. JACKSON, Esq.
Hamilton, Nov.,1, 1882.-twice

A Large and Handsome assort.-
ment of
pRINTS, Colored and Black
CRETaNS, Furniture P INTS,
Ladies and Childrens UNDERWEAR aud
Ieady-made DRESSb4S,
&c., &c., &e.
SW 4 At Prices to Suit the Times.
Hao.ilton, Nov. 27, 1882.-3ins pd

The Bermuda 'Library.

ALL Persons are invited to for-
ward to the LIBRARIAN of the above
Library, on or before the 30th Intstan, the
titles, with the prices, and the names of the
publishers, of such Books as they desire to re-
commend to be added to the Library, or to
enter the required particulars in the book kept
in the Library for the purpose.
Honorary Secretary.
Bermuda Library, ) .,
18th November, lb82. "

Hard Stone Lime.

For Sale.
A Quantity of the above warrant-
ed Hard Stone, for Sale at CoOMBS
F.uRM, Southampton, West.
Arrangements may be made for delivery at
the Kiln or at any part of the Island on appli-
cation to
September 2, 1882.-6ms

(olonial Secretary's Office
Hamilton, November 26, 18S2..

The Schools Acts, 1879,
and 1882.

Notice to Parents and Others.
UNDER the above Act the father, or, if he
be dead, the mother, or, if she be mar-
ried again, the stepfather, of every child above
6, and under 13, years of age, is required to
make a return in writing to the local Parish
Vestry of the names, in full, and ages, of all
children within the above ages in his or her
family, or under his or her care or control,
stating with respect to every such child where
such child is being educated, whether at home
or at school, and if at schooll at what School.
The mother of every illegitimate child; or if
she be married, her husband, is-required to
make similar returns.
The above returns are required to be sent in
to the Parish Vestries before the 31st of De-
cember next, and within fourteen days after
that day to be forwarded by the local Boards
to the Inaspetor of ."ehools. ...... -:'
Any such father, mother, or stepfather;f&il.
ing to make any such return, or knowingly
making any false or incorrect return, is made
liable to a penalty uot exceeding twenty shil-
lings, besides costs of prosecution.
By the Act every such father, mother, br
stepfather (as the case may be) is made liable
to pay a School Rate of Six Shillingl at Quar-
ter for every child between the above ages
with respect to whom the Parish Vestry does
not receive satisfactory proof (by the.Certifi-
cate of some Teacher or other sufficient evi-
dence) that such child has attended a School
approved by the Inspector of Schools, or the
Parish Vestry, at least three out ef every four
School days during the Quarter, unlessthe
Vestry shall be satisfied, by proper evidence,
that the child has been prvi.rnted attending
school by sickness or infirmity, or by the Wait
of a proper school, which he could reasonably
be expected to attend, within -t reasonable
distance, or by other reasonable cause tohbe
allowed by the Vestry, or that the child has
been receiving a sutficient education by pii-
vate tuition.
Parents, or others, wilfully, 'or unreasona-
bly, refusing or neglecting to pay the Schoiol
Rate, to the Overseers of the Poor, within 21)
days after the same is demanded, are made
subject to the payment of costs of suing for
the same, not exceeding /, and on making
default in payment of any rates, adjudged
by a Justice of the Peace to be paid. to 20
days imprisonment for want 6of sufficient
By His Excellency's Command,
2 Colonial Secretary.

Ireland Island Mail Ser-
TENDERS ate invited for the Convoyafice
of Mails between HAMILTON and IRE-
LAND ISLAND from the t6ith' of February
next., under the provisions of the Post-Office
Act, 1)79.
TENDERS will be received up to
Saturday, the 30thot De-
cembor, at noon.
Forms of Tender and further infQrmation
can be obtained by application to this Office.
Colonial Postmaster.
Post Office. Hamilton, 14th Nov., l 32.-' 3p

Prangs Celebrated Prize
SII (IlaT.MA., New Year's, Birthday a d
\Vedding C ItRDS in great variety,
Oil CIIItOMOS:, Heavy Mounts,
AI.11U.0>IS, FR\MES, c.,
At the New Store of
sole Agent for elarmuda
for Praugs Cards, &S i.
5, 7 & 9 Churc, St llamilto.-3pd.

A limited Supply
nets-Star Itrand-for Planting,
Als Early ltose anl Prolifics for the l'ab'e,.
Kegs 4d. and 5d. NA.ILS,; for Oni,.
on Boxes.
45 Front *tret.
samilton, 28-h Nor., 1'82.-1
, IILD'S Jewelry "toro is Head Quarters
'J for Waltham Watches in gold or silver

POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 25tn Nov., 1.82.
F C Andrew, Brig 1 H Blackwood," Jas. B
Brown, Bdrqu. Bellvui," William Be-.k, Thoa
tiercbam, Margarel Bean, T A Beckley, Manoel
Cabral. Sebr Mary L Dunn," H.enry Dashield.
William El111, Sehr Franklin," Barque Famd,"
Jose S Garcia, Francisco J Gonsalv,,s, Frank F
oraoia, Christian Hainigan, Selir 6- Eima Jane,"
it J P James, .iamoul de S Luduvieo, Manoel J .
Moura, E H Newman, Antonio de Rezeades, )Vm
IH Robluson, Anna Stewart, Mrs J Smith, Alexander
Swan, Samuel J Smith, Alaluel Tavares, Eiiza-
beth 'Trot, Eliza Tucker.
POST OFFICE, ST. GEORGE, 27th Nov., 1882.
W A Cooton, Jo Desilva. N H Lighlbourne
Benjamin Smiib, Thboma P Williams,





(Office at.ICE IIOU.SE, lEast Iro.adway.
T'-I"': Subsmrihers would respee!.uLlly inform'i of il.wif Iin.m an vi-; Iit,' tI It
thee. are no0..- piepare-.l to ,'!en I. to .,Il Or.Jers
for Ice 1ii a tiCs" class ni iiiner 1n- :.1 iho reas.n
able i.r,".- of ;.iif-PenihV i,.-r pouno d.
W. i!l keep cst.untly 'on hanid ,t hlie Newa
L-, i"e, io'aiw:a3, a au:pp-v ol ICE
thr.mi..''ait the year r..r the I'e",efit of" our Ciu-s-
tomers who uay require Ice during winter
nlouth s.
Ily jpromipt attention to our eli- n:el's an.l
Btrict alteiition to our business, we :ijpe lt. re
coive a: share of the Public patronage.
Ice delivered daily (S-undays excepted) in
Hamilton and viCiiiyv.
N. B.-ICE 1HOUSr open fiom 7 n.m. to
Ui-30 p. mu. daily, Sundays excepted, when it
% ill be open from S to 9.
East, Broadwty, IIuniltlo',.
June '20, 18s.2.--i(.

Liverpool, Queemnfownuz, London,
and! New York.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprises
TWELVE of the largest steamers (blongiung
to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
ing the port of New York. They are built en-
tirely of iron and steel, exce-pt the merely de-
coratire parts, are divided into water-tight
and fire rroof compartments, and provided
with everything calculated to add to their
safety, and to the comfort and convenience or
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (alf
on the main deck) are unusually large, lightly
ani airy. T'lh table and general appoint-
ments'colul:are favourably with the best hotel
in Englanid.
One of these steamers will sail from New
York every Saturday, for Queenstown and
Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, from
New Pier 39 North River. Rates of pass-age
in currency :-To Queenstown and Liverpool.
$10 to $70. To London direct (Victoria Docks)
$50 to $60 ; excursion tickets Shi0, currency ;
Steerage. passage $'26. currency. For further
particulars apply to the Company's Offices,
Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Broa:.way, New York.
New York, January 27, 18S2

ai Sh^ i 1^ y


Dr. Bryan'8 Electric Bells.

Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy-
sical Prostration, Brain 'Proubles, Paralysis,
Spinal Cvmplaints, Lung Diiorders, Impotncy
Liver Complainas, D)yeptpzia, Rheumatism,
Headache, Female Complaicts, Premalure De-
cay,. etc

B -ermr1ud a 1Tc e,
Made from Pure Rain Water.

Can b.- used under nil cire',,,st ire3s witi,,ut Ithie
danger attendinii all imperial Ice, which in
9os t c-l-,w s alffet the system in t e sitl'. : i:hn.i-
ner as a chiu.:on in drin'kio w;ii'tr.
'T'le o- bserihir is now pr.',.1r-.i1 t.i t1, f'irn;!i ICe'
at Pepo', luurn:ihlv '*'lier, froi 6 -1.r). ,I ii;y',
an I delivered ii Ilaniltiin and Viicini ln:Lid -
a.m. to 124 o'clok--.Sunda s ex:epte i.
I'ric'-' ialf P'l-ntm pe r pi,-mlUi.
'7 lia t inIir ., h,.ih,-' i o;' I I r_, ''uly :.-r4;
a cominiuance of0 tie P.ublie piOll.,a;g.
THfOS. ,lILi'S.
ilamiltin, 15, 18.':?..


W.e intend dispatching suitable
Y i SSELS for BERMUDA Sailing
from HALIFAX as follows :
Novr. I1, 18_'2. Deer. th
Janv. IsS3. Fetb. 3.
Atical" '.1;, lS.3. April I, 18S3.
If siuticieniif lu';emaent offers will dispatch
Vessels afterwaar-.
All Goods carmit-, at Low Ratets of Freight,
and] pattblae in BermTudn..
For further information apply to JOHN S.
DARRELL, Esq.. Agent at St. Georgys, or
W. T. JAME<, .Esq., Agent, at Hamilhe.,
J. B. NEILY & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Nova Scotia.
October, t.8"2.

Board & Lodging,

M ISS BRUCE, Private Board and
Lodging. urk Street, \Vet End, Y't.
C borge's. .
(i.tober -2s, 18S3!.

The Latest Styles, Real Estate in Hamilton The Liverpool & London

Thle l 'ro-TreAst Stnck Parisht for ,Sale. .AID GLOt E In S 3oR-


In ihe Twin f.r
SULI'NG', and

J. 21. McNEIL & CO.,
64 Front Street, 435
Fall anid Winter Stock
Broal Cloth. Doe Skin
Tweeds, Tweeds, Tweeds
-1 .00 1 :z:3"
In Suits of One Pattern eauh.
Particularly cll th.: attenti.)in of the Public
to the Unpiecedented Assortment of the va-
lious design:.
Gents \ Hose Silk Lisle Thread
Lambs Wool
Merino and Cotton in Clocked, Unbleached,
Pl'in and Striped
Silk Satin Linen and Cutton
All Colours and ISh 'e-, WLite and Elack.
Si'k and Satin Brocaded
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Embroiider.
ed and HemurInd-Stit.:h.
Gents "' Tou'rit." Lawn ''imis, Cricket,"
"'Oxford," Regatta, Oscr \Vilde."
SHIRTS in White, Striped and assorted
SColors (perfect fitting.)

Gents White Dress Shirts

Bosom 3 Ply Linen.


F_ w
LUnited Slt'les .fail Steaers. fS | "

B "1 09 Y 1 F, CIi
r o iC -- K -. .
C uLI V; r i -i r' PauI, punj uo smnosoa jo salde'i sno"PA
LEAVE NEW YORK Richarl.son's 2200 Fine Linen aun i
n V N U- Utica Non-Pareil MUSLIN
AlilZON1 Tueildia, !'ee. 5, at 1-:i0 p.o'. Hats aps Lawnu Tennis Caps in Hard
ABYSSINIA '" "' 12 ;t 6-(il anm. and 'oft Felt
WIVCO'NSIN 19 ),at ,.,vn Cardigan Jackets Ready Mada Tweed
L.A S, A 2" 2(, at' 5-30 a m. Pants Suits
W1Y'lING J ny. '2, ot li'-i0n.m. Rubber Coats anin Lg,.ingi,
.A-tlilZ \ 9. at 5'0Ina.1m. Scarf Pins Overhaiis I
AliYS'lINI,\ A iN;, at ll'ls :i.i. Shirt Stui, ls C('f Buttons
The above Steamers are liui!t exj'pr,.l f! It Hair lDrushels Collars Buttons
the Trade, have fi.e wa' rti :ht huli:he..i-. In t t Slhawi Straps C.omb."
carry e perien:ed ttikers, .i,-r ,'eo ni Fcen.ttier Dusters ';Whisp l'DroLisS
ardesas. [tihe 'Salio:i ,icon.u iiunt'i ins.i'i e ,ini iTmnbrell as
Stare fl rs e. ACby ir.' iianr ie d1ck e1r.j n14'i i"HtI *he
s ur ooa,.ed by at tianic (.d k rs. ii !t.e Clothes and Hat iUSHES
lapI.on, ..,, eIicur;,g thu t r 'orr in i GENTS ,N DE- WE;
oceau travel, p jrfct 5.; i t cantior i,n /d4N_4. M.-.rino. Lambafj Wol :n'l C..,tton
.moking,! Ioam, hath lo,>;in arit Pia',; n, And mmny theirr Aii,..h'~ suitable for Gents
caeah .Stc-a'merA. ,Toiler, too nmll aerotl, to Um.lition
Th- U. S. S a ail-teamer a 3rirno,-o'" ftrm Lad e, b '| r,,1 i '.: n '; :\Ttrs, H-,s-
er' .vuda, Thursdays, generally', ari'os at Ner "% L adie. m K i sl-s 0 -
Yoirk an o ,t avs, adndPas.!ers' !taoadeaan eY,
k it a -aend to se i p l (Silk. Lisle Throea l.azmbL Wo,.l
he trauseired direct to the Livepj,.l teamer. -i Unae
sp.i lia ext day. | ,r .. ,. ,. j .... i, ...II

Irir~u, oU'or9 r iu.y. tck' ei., : li-t-d
WILLIAMS & GCUION, and ilalfai -i ali."
Agnut, --
29 Brr.alw iv, Now York. ',
New York, Novnmber 16, 18.2. An assortment of' LA.DIES WEAR

r suitable for the pm.-' nt and coming season.
White and nuhleaclihed COrTONS ;J- inches
.fS -^. .il. :,ide,. d., 4d., 5d., 6d., 7d d., 91., per

I-I n-iann"- tl it l .r, C1r'- t F v .-

o__ oJ eC ali I i es LU(L DubleWilthSh eting Whit
NO MEDICINE ISN "EESSARY. Carts for Hire. Pillow Cast Mlt-,lin .5-4 wite
.HIS wonderlul discovery in tbe ap.;ication f ,
wn'udoyin the application d.f 'hfie L'ndersigited having a fit out in the ubova F-
Electricity enable vhr- suff-rer to. rive selen- hn nder.^,,edhnvmg a fit out in the sbove I
tie union to ii own cas in accordance ie th e ien- ,ne-airiage .C,,,irl'rtahle, rses Quiet an ll 1 Winter
tite uttenlion to hs own case in accordance with I)rivers itcady, repl)etfully a tSiSrae if Dress Pattern,; and by the Y
Nature's laws. The belt acs by aid of the heat the Public l'aironige.. peryar1-. Fast Colors
and rioilturo of the body and evolve continuous JOHN C. S MONS I__
currents that infuge the system with the vitalizing Near the rectory, Paget. Quilts, Bl ets and
.Near the {ectorV, 'asget. Quilts, BIlrikets and C
element nutil the disease is overcome, and a re- July24, 1882.-6 m r White and Assort,. 1 Co'rs
aaperatlie process e3t.blished. Cott;i.
'The Electro-Magnetic Curreul,aa evolved by Dr.; 'V yT -. r
Sryan'e appllancesistrengthuns the nervous system ante Notions in Great
gie fore ist o e br impared powa estive u iody re- (./bout the 6th oI .Aovember next) BUTTONS, HAIR PIN
,whelhrariing from acts ofimpradence; iceas A GI O.I, to look after a n Artich1 pErtaining to t L
or old age. i orse aid Trp. I
illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent Apply -.t the Oftice of this i'a er. WVihite Goods ai SI
on application. received through any re- ; llamniloto, I Petober 13th, 1 &82. Tomels Crash Lonsdal
sponsible Commiasion house, and in ordering send Wb white W'isse, &c.
measure round rhe waist and state the-nature of the M'attress M akino and And a General Assort:
complaint, and a suitable appliance will be seat to 0 711i
order. Address: Cl ni lling' id Y"
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO., HE Undersignedi is prepare 1
';. 1."rT :-'r,, NEw Yo.K, U.S.A. to M \KE and REPAIR MATTR .SSES C'ipl .
at Reasonable Rates. Hamilton, Oetober 10, 18.S'2.
R em oval. Satisfaction guaranteed.
S. {alt Ektlte. ---
W M C October 25, 1882.. S ettle ,
Watchnimker aind Jeweller. 18 Years ex- -0 1 O a ei r o O-
perience. Robt. G tLee & 'CO., A ,uIperior Horse Du
Watched, Clo.:.ks and Jewellery (.'oiiris.sio Certc'int.,, I ly iHarmlie and
L.leaned and repaired. id JINSURA 'VCE l OKE/\ With a e,
t-)* Every descriptionn of repaying done. Lee l 'iret, ai.iaar e
Queen Streetnanilfitin, AND AT l.LO DS, The same would .uit a Lad
Quen Street, -m. 3 months L DNDN, E.'. Terms Moderat-v.
October 0th 1- i rl' .a' nol atletiit, : v-,,in o 1 ''*r is; (n. ,i of .P lease apply to
PIALNO.S and Org,,ns sold on the Instalmen irik-udLia ROIDUCGt and ihbo l;iig a ul sa.-- JENRY
Plan at E. T. Cild's.r median orders. Hamilton, September 5, 1882.

e and UTTnblached
, I per yard.

"ard 3d., 4-1., 5d.,

in Woolen alnd

tat Depart uent.
la tCamabric
ment o:'



nkey perfect-
y or Invalid.


JL I %-. 'k- Qp K-1U 1-

W E beg to call i'.e a;it. ti f the Tride t,
a I.ei' ri. !e I- Ilat b uc hwe acce1 t-
ed the Age:,-y.

Is lhe very li.s; preii % 'il-In we h ve ever seen
or used fr':r cile-ini!Ui a ,i polihiunz.
ilver Plated \'A ,re, Gild tlted Ware,
Cuspudores, PI te (Ghlns-,
Bras.; or Plate'e .-'ii I.-oli,.l iv'r \\'ar.,
Nick lEd or .-ilver Pla- SSo-l: F'. u .t-in,
led Show Ca*ss, Militarv L'quiprnenli.
Or any in,,t . elic s '.ir e iupoi whi -h. a br;bliartt
jp..lIhi ii r,-qiiired.i iiil.u t injur 10o th- !i.t:ils
andl nitl linil labor. In all cases where nickel
plih iing oil iovwes Ii before ili-clor. J biy
tihea-l Lustr," will it to its fori er
l iL-'htn s sz, :o .p ul. r : s it lhe6 .o!ie, th'! it
is no.v thl- rteomniuseu -,'t:aid:ui of ihe Stoe
tra'e f-r' this purpost.
it i.-, absolutely, fiec fic-m a,.id, grit or oiher
iinj'iriousn-. ltjsanc- ,
it 's, prep. r.vif,, oi i eiinie t c 'it ia d when
c.i5-e u .n- itiC':!ime .111 arlicle af daily f:ur ily
ui-e and aln e :are ,ipeated, t'rice 25e per oit-
I !'or le.-.i'1 cr'o'
II. 1. & V. i. T!it'P..l"ER & CO.,
New York, October 1:3, IS.-3in

William James Heney,
Shipping iarnl:l 'olnumil ion Aent,
Q iec-in Streer,
i11 Ml(.TON, BER MUDA.
Prfj: pt attention given to cousig inents.

Lt.YAuetion W'e.ineslavs and Fridays.

Everybody wants it, but very few get it
because most people do not. know how to
sloft cofi'-. or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these difficul-
ties has b.-en our study. Thurber's pack-
age coffees are selected by an expert who
understands the art of blending various
flavors. They are roasted in the most;
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put in.
pound packages (in the It'an, ,not Uroual,)
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
c-enuineness. and each lackagecontains the
Thurber recipe for ma king good Coffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's No. 34," strong
and pungent ; Thurber's No. 11," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
yood qa'.,sldq, lh',t''.4t 'jatulit/, rtais.a.utls
Or ice. A.-./k onr Groctr' .r Th/nrber's
j roster, (,t'r i'1.atd, pJw.ka' esfl .. No. 34"
or '" NV,. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind--your own palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the I-ePl" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, &e.,
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 manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and pack them in a tidy
and satisfactory manner. All goods
bearing our name are guaranteed to be
of superior quality, p1Ure und iwl/oesoine,
and dealers are authorized to refund the
purchase price in any ease where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to th-' interest of both dealers
an]l co.:insumers to use Tluirhers' brands.

SILVER Watches from 60,' "- 7. Go
0 Watches fo' a5 to 20. at Child's. A

.A Dwelling

i.;1 Pair,1l or 7, A' n-
tinin-ng Thr:-. Ai:-es.', Tw,,a lodls an.l Tea
Perches. rmie or le';, in Hamilton Patish.
B.:undel E-tsterly !,y Land- ol'f the Widl:ow (off
the: late Antho.'ny v .ii-ui l Tr.:tt. Southerly,
on the Sea. WVestrly. 1:by L.o.'ls o' lobert
Peni.,tn. :md NIoI:therly on a Pond or Salt
Wat.-r Lake, coei.imonly known as North s
PTind." Th- Land i- iter i ...t..l byl th. ,-v w
Liiitar'y t on. whea.l. .i n iitl, na:: -ie
Dwelling lHouse. Price moderate., S.1ily
E(c;rly to
1-ith August, IH-.
'r.clectolonq rgqains t FIRE,
I\T .T'..E ;';j MI ) rI[ a.4'AtI !' (:;s
C i. be i. i ; e.1 r..'-,: -" e
.' -:( !.d'' i/i,
)ue cf, 1 ,!or.get : -trllished arnd W ea-!thiest
iiices i,' 'n *- :.'.;t .,
'T!hur igh l!i.. t ; i \ i i '["FICI'- in ti ese
I ln'.-, a Savinr is tefectetd ioi the In-ue
ol t 1. tdu ap F ul uI,, v'r-iy conl id.-.ralIle ilt'i:.
(i ; h; : !-M en b.oth o i' ,\ d li ,'E a,'':.A '
Pii~, .'rn I 3, 1 ,.r i ot.lih .
Nu :5;'-.U .ind no C;;iA O ;- Ilor 'tlie,-.
Hamilton, S.eptemler ,h, lt56.

Lai' I. M i.a '2 i I ,,Er. :7 Fu t,;; i.M.
I e r. A *i f. ,2E F 4.3 ... i.
S': ter ,. (oueot"- li ft ", ].i ,

A T i!1I 'I I: tC< .,

priied A t Che s,, Lotice.- Agets
S I ;. '.,r the :'. i c iH:tie, ..
r .. L :. .. S" I t li a


dance Company.
T FIE Undersigned having been appointed
Agents in Bermuda for the above Com-
pny (one of the le.alinu Officees in Great Bri-
tain and :' -1 1 yeals standing ) are prepared to
offer protection ag).in:.t. FIRE at Moderate
The Annual Report of this Company sub-
ciit'ted at the last Geneuril Medting in Liver-
l:oiol iu May, shcwhins' Dividend then declared,
with many other iite-resting statistics the
Undersigned will be pleased to show to any
Ole who nun. .-vto them at Offie.
HIamilton, Bermuda,
1th August, 18?,. J m.


The Smithery Business
FORMERLY arfi-d on in Hamilton by
F. W. VOSA.MER will in future be con-
dueted by
With their estensivr klnowledean of the busi-
n:ss, the observanc-e of punclu:ality, and with
Ia of'utiarnte,:.' ?satis-'aitfa ni i n-nerally, respect-
fully solicits a share of the Pul,liec Patron ge.
Hamilton, Octiber 2nd, 1982.


ToHPE Parties who Stole MY
GATE on the Night of the 10th Iustant,
uas their Namu.s are known, bad better Return
sanm--, thus prevent further trouble.
J. S. I. coX.
Haimilton, November 21 st, I $S2.-twice


A CARRIER for the "Royal
Gazette." Paget and Warwick District.
Apply at once.
R'R. G." Office, Nov. 21st, 1882.

For Sale,
At "Royal Gazette" Stationery Slor,-
Henldrie's Petroleum Patent Sci: ps.

Custom Entries,

Agreements for Landhlord anl
At PRoyal Gazette" Stationcy Store.


confidently recommended to the 1'ullb.;- ..s
an unfailing remedy ror 'w.,ihris of vv ,.-
Fcriptionu; a certain :'.:r i e I
oiisi scalds, bru i. e-bi['.!.. i r l ii ;,ii,.
erm ptioUs, and lpimpl-s .n the t,_-.e, .s.: .ie;i
inflamed eyes, sore heal, so; 1ir.i, pil..
It also entirely removes, the foul .i-l Hi.
from Cancer.
Sold in pot, 13d 2s'. 'd., 4s. (d., 1,1s.
and 22s. each; and his
PAldE 4191TI- 0 PBFlU..E OLA

Proved by more than sixty years' 'xpe ienco
to be one of the best medicines for purifyin._
the blood and assistin* Nature in her p,:ti:a-
tions. They form a mild aind superior faim v
aperient, which may be taken at all tiij's
without confined nt or change of ,ift.
S old in Boxes at 13d1.,. 2s &i1., is. CG ., Ils.
and '-.2s. -a,-ch;
Prepared only .,y 3EA e & BARNIOTT
Bridport, Dorset !d1-i nd, and sold by all.
Medicine ndor.

A 1 w a y s o a n Id,
At Royal Oazetto' Stationer Store,
'ornell's 1st Steps in Geo:raphy
Do. Primnary
Do. It.?rrlediate,
&, &c.. &e.
B nillhr, N. v' nter 4, 1&S .

inf iL l V -. <- N O V -!)E C., I,. 32

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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Tuesday, November 28, 1882.


Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Friday, 24th November, 1882.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-4is Honor Joaiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Win. H. Gosling,
James H. Trimingham,
Eugenlus Harvey,
S" Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr.Genl.,
0 G. S. Tucker,
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy.'
The Bill entitled" An Act to amend the Revenue
Collection Acts," was read the second time,
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. J. H. Trimingham in the Chair.
The Hon. Cavendish Boyle proposed the follow-
Ing amendment, which was agreed to:-
Clause 1, line 4, strike out the letter "s at end
of word Acts."
The Hon. the President also proposedthe follow-
ing amendment, which was agreed to--
Clause 3, snbsection 5, at the end of subsection
5, add the words "to the satisfaction of the
Rceiver General or Assistant Receiver General."
Th Hlion. Cavendish Boyle proposed the follow-
Ing amendment, which was agreed to:-
Clause 13, line 18, strike out the words or
The following amendment proposed by the Hon.
J. Tucker, was also agreed to:-
Clause 19, line 13, add ;he letter "a to the
word '* Justice."
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill with the several
The House adopted bthe Report, and it was order-
ed that the Bill be returned to the House ot Assem-
bly ith a Mresage requesting their concurrence
in the ;aid amendments-the same to be delivered
by the Hon. Cavendish Boyle, as follows:-
-,Mr. S,.. aker and Gentmeu, of the House of Assembly;
I am directed by the Legislative Council to re-
turn to your Honorable House the Bill entitled
"An Act to amend the Revenue Collection Acts,"
and to request the concurrence of your Honorable
House in certain amendments which the Council
deem expedient to be made thereto-a copy of
which imenilmen's is delivered herewith.
Co,-.acil Chamber,
24 h November, 1 S2.
Ordered, that the House on its rising to-day do
adjurn to Monday next, 27th inst., at 11-30 a.m.
Adj,)uraed to Monday next, the 27th inst., at
11'30, a.m.

Monday, 271/ November. Pursuant to ad-
journraont the House met.
Pre, tt- His Huror Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
Pre-ileW t;
'1 he Honorable A. J. Musson,
Win. H. Gosling,
James H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
Jrseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
0. S. Tucker,
Civendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
The Bill entill d An Act to encourage the for-
mation in these Islands of a Company to maintain
Steam Commurnicvion between these Islands and
New Yoik," was iead the second time.
Ti .:- HIluse wc-ut into Committe', thereon.
The HOp. J. H. Trimingham in the Chair.
The Hon. Cavu'nlish Botl moved the adoption
of Clause 1.
The Hon. W. H. Goslinf moved that the Com-
mittllee ie-which was affirmed.
Aye 8S. Nay 1.
Hon. G. S. 'Tucker, Hon. Carendieh Boyle.
4 J. Tuckse,
SJ. 11. Harvey,
E. Harivey,
J. H. Trimingham,
," Wr. H. Gosling,
", A, J. NlMusson,
*' Joi iah It -es.
A Bill Entitled an "An Act to amend tha Act to
prp~c-nt ilanger from the Storageot dangerous Corn-
A Hes:lv,: voting !tb' sum of 150 to provide ad-
ditional nae.oi niodation at, the-Causeway Blidge
Coclage,-werc brou. ht op from the louse of As-
sembly 'inl st (verl!y rard a first time.
Adiourned to ro-morrow, Tuesilay, the 283th first ,
at 11-3i) an'.

Abdracit of ithe Proceedings of the Honorable
House of assembly.
Frid,.,', 24th November.--,Phe Bill entitled "An
Act to amend the Act to prrvnti danger from the
Storage of dangerous Conmmodities," was read a
third Limeac anl passid.
The Rptoile grantinvu a sum for adding to bhe
Causeway B, dgeCortg%, was read a 2ndI time and
commit uel.
1r. <,:.-per in the Cth ir.
Mr. ''.'ilkinson moved 10to insert (ie words "on
or betire the ,30: June next"-which was agreed

t.Mr. Wilkinson moved ibe adoption of the Re-
solve--bhich wis affirmind. Ayes j7. Nays 6.
Mr. \\ilkiuson m,;red that the Llank be filled
up "IS0."
Mlr. V. J. Frith moved that it be filled up
"t.10:"-which wa3 nc-.ativwd. Ayes 11. Nays 12.
Mr. W'i:ris)u'fs motlion was affirmed. Ayes 12.
Nays 11.
The House resumred and adopted the Resolve,
and it was orderrd to be engrossed, and having
been cugraseed, dnd the Rule as to several readings
of Resolv-'. on the sam- day being suspended, it
was rea.! a iLirad rim- aud passed.
Mr. Wilkinson gave , that on the next day
of meeting he will move Ihe lullowing Message be
sent to His Exvlleacy the G'ovternor:
.lay it leaseie Your Ercelleecy;
The Housrof Assembly dcires to call Your Ex-
cellency'sa rlntion to the fact that an Epidemic
Ferer, irportei to have been brought herein aSbip
called thlb- Sparrowhawk," has prevaileid throuab.
out ithes- Islands for several weeks past, causing

serious loss and mueh suffering to the people.
The House most respectfully requests that Your
Excellency may b' 1a-1ast'd to direct that such in-
veti;at lion and inquiry shall be made as may trace
its origin in Bermuda with the view of ascertain-
ing whether the Quarantine Laws and Regulations
are defective, and, it possible, of preventing the in-
troduction of similar diseases in the future.
Mr. Wilkinson introduced a Resolve for grant-
ing such a sum as may be necessary to defray the
cost or an inquiry into the origin and causes of tue
Epidemic Fever n-')r prevailing-which Was read a
first time, and the Rule regarding the passage of
Resolve s being suspended, it was read a 2nd time,
commit tead, adopted,and ordered to be engrossed.
Ordered, on motion of the Attorney General, that
a Message be sent so Him Excellency the Governor
respectfully informing His Excellency that there is
no lurthr business at present requiring the atten-
tion of this House.
Adjourned to Wednesday next.

[From the "Broadarrow," Oct. 21.]
Vice-Admiral Sir John Edmund Commerell, E.C.
B., V.C., who has been nominated to succeed Sir
Francis Leopold McClintock in command of our
fleet on the North American and West Indies Sta-
tion, is son of the late John William Commerell,
Esq., of Strood Park, Horsham, and was born on
the 13th January, 1S29. At thirteen years of age
he received a nomination as naval cadet, his entry
into the Navy taking place in March, 1S42, at a
time when the Earl of Haddingtcn was First Lord
of the Admiralty and Sidney Herbert First Secre-
tary to the Board. As a cadet young Commerell
was first appointed to the "Agiau;ourt," of 72
guns, commanded by Captain, afterwards Admiral,
henry W. Bruce, as flagship to lis brother-in-law,
the latn SirtThomas Cochrane, and joining her at
Plymouth in April, 1842, served in her on passage
to China, where the fir-t two years of his service
were passed. From the "Agincourt he was trans-
ferred, in November, 1842, to the "Cornwallis,"
Captain Peter Rieharais, carrying the flagr of that
distingrished seiman ihe late Admiral Sir William
Parker. He remain-d in her until the close of her
commission, and was paid off in November, 1844.
Asa midshipman Mr. Commerell was appointed in
February. 1815, to the steam frig.ta Firebrand,"
which li'ad been commuisioned by C..ptain James
Hope for service on the South East Coast of Ame-
rica. He served in the ".Firebrand" in all the
operations in the River Plate and Parana, in 1845-
16-47, and tookpart in the battle of the Parana,
20th November, 1545, when a hard day's fighting
resulted in the drstruetkon, by the combined squa-
drons of England and France, of four heavy bat-
teries belonging to the Dic:tator Ro-)as at Punto
Obligad.). also of a a.-hooner of war, carrying rix
guns, and of twenty-four ve-weels chained across the
river. On iltat c'-asion he was in the boats which
cut the chains impeding the upward pro.zr--es of
our squadron, tbis service beinir performu.1 a
heavy flr,-. In April ISIS, Mr. Commerc-ll was
transferred as midshipman to the Comu.-," C.ip-
tain D'Eyncourt. and passed his examination for
mate in her, paying off in October, 1848. In the
following De-:-ember he received his promotion to
lieut,-natir, and iu April, 159, he was ien au an ap-
pointment to the Dragon," steam frigate, in which
he str\ed inthe Mediterrine-in under the late Sir
William Hutcheon Hall. From the "Dragon,"
Lientenant Commerell passed in August, 1550, to
the '" Dauntless" fliiate i ni)ployed on particular
servi.:e under Captain E. P. Italsted. He remaiin-
e.- in the latter ship until 1.S52, and in February
1854, w-1~ appointed secondd lieutenant of the "Vul-
ture." eteam frigat--, commanded by the present
A.lmiral F. H. Glase, C. B. in the Vulture," he
.at rved in the North S.ea Squadron at, the comrmeueo-
ment of our war with Russia, and then pro-'eedc'd3
to the B-altic in the squadron under Sir Charles
Napier, taking part in the operations in the tGulf of
Bothuia in May nud June 1854. uuder Rear Admiral
Hanw'ay Plumrid.,-;r. On that oces-ion the boats of
the Vulture" and 'O3din"were repulsedinn:m attack-
on Genla Karleby, in the Gulf but Lieutcn mnt Com-
merell was not present at the re-pulse, which was at-
tended with cou.-iderable loss, three officers and
throe men being killed and two officers and fifteen
men wountle-l. On the return of the "Vulture"' to
Eungl:til Lieutenant. Commern-i- I wi, married, on the
13th October 1854 to Met i!,:l Miri i, fourth d:aiughlter
of Jore-ph _Bu-hly, a.f St. Cr iCr, Wj ,t Inuliuei, neua:
of Lond'on, by wlhoin: h- lit- i.iue twio d iruhliter-s.
In February, 1'35., he was ,. teal to commission
the" W11--r" a paIlaIie-'heel ,'un-vessel, with which
he sailed for thie Sea t. jin the s-luatdrou un-
der Admiral Lyons In tle Wesier" h? II-as em-
ployed in the naval op-r.itious in 1 S5., chi.-fly in the
.Sea of Azoff where li- gained Lis Vict,:-ria Cross.
This ii-tin,:tion has been conferred on Admiral
Co.niirm-e-r.-ll f:r a signalact of valour p-rforroed in
c-,mpany a ithi tie .,jtrin erm.nat-r t'Wil1i ain Ri.-kard l
of hi- ship. Len.iit froui the -- ,V-4..r," they t1-. Isthmus of Arobat, and after fording
two rivers, destroyed lar-.- -oinaties of fura:ae on
tt'- Crimean shoreof S a.-h, ihe blazing of
of wi.h alit-med a guard in the viiniuitr, who pur-
sued them to the shore with a heavy fire of
musketry and very nearly 'u:-ceed-"d in taking
them prisoners. This took place on the 11 th
Octoberl855. Tb-.rdnuir.lty hal in the mr:-anwlile
prone-otte, Lieutenantr C)mmr-.ini.rl to the r.cnk of com-
n-m'tuler uv.ith a .a0iAi..u 1'n t.i the 2'")h S-ptefn-
ber, 1"55. Hie i u consequence vacated theecommand
of the '" Wesbr," but was not lona" allowed to re-
main inactive, as in Fr-bruairy. I'"5, he received
command of the .nu-ake'" gi-'.'--,sel, in rue: 'sti,..u
to C.IptaintL Ceil Buckley. For his servic:-e in il t
Russian War, Commander C',iumere-ll obtained
the Cross of the L.-ion of Ho.,nr, tie Fifth Class
of the Merljidie, the Ciimean iunlil, with ,'larp-: for
S-bstrtopl-.:.l and Az..', au.n thlit BAiti.-: aul TI rkicih
nme'llrs. in adlition t ) his Victoria Cross. In com-
and o th- Snake" li reainin the remainedin the Mediter-
ran-u-: ,quirlron ina 1856 and 1857, and was then
ordemIel lihme to piy her off. In October, 1858 he
received thl ,t-:onimaiul of thc "- Finy," steamn .1ol:,p
in succession to Captain Charl-, Lreekii-, proim)otmed.
Comumanu.-er Comiuninell took command it hit chip
ou tir: (lainr station A u.l r-1:,sequ only found him-
self nie-o more iunl,-r the orders of hi.s old chief, Sir
Jaimes H,.pe "W ith hi- slIip lie iac.:omp1irrl the
Pqu:adr,.n to their morth of the Peibo river in June,
it .,. an. ta..k-part in theenga.g-emcnt with the forts
on the 25th when he wit' I-.unit-- with tih- l.rigxeadi-
of.e'-smeTn under Captain Van-.ittart. TIhe- (' unmaiaudi
in frt.ant I''olevedl om hirm aftc-r C':tpt lu Va:mitt' t
and Shi.ilwell had b.en woun I.I, and for lii set vices
in carrying out the plan of op -rati.ns and with-
drawing oar force he re-it-vetl high prais.' in .ffi.:i:il
dlespatches. With the present RP:sr AdmirIl XW.
A. J. Heath he w.:- the last on shore vlwhe-n thi-
briade of seamen and ma.i inc'- was broiuht off.
On Sir James Hop.--'s report re-.alinicthe Admiralty,
Commo.nd-ir Commer,:ll re.:e-i-vei hi- prom..tin.u to
cr ptain in a c-,:ntmi-..i.,u datedl 15ih July, 15. I the
China w-r medilalwith T.ku cli -pIll.neiungalo aw -cri-
ed him. With his promotion he did not hoe-trevr
quit the China squatiron, as he wasl s-l- ';:ed to rc--
place Captain Vansittart iu comumanu of tihe Ma:i.-
ci-nne fti-ate. He -uerreI "[itmI h-rin the n.i'a.l
.,i-eration, .a f 13I0, i. nd rhen r,.ruim ed tl o'ma io peyv
her out of commission. Captain (c'.trmnmerll
unext s-.' i-.e was in eonrirand ,Iof thle C' Teril.l" '
frigate. with wbi.-h he a-aie.] iu laying the trl?
graph cible in theAtl.anti.: iu 1'-,5-S6. Ft..r hi-asi.irt
in thi. .,.thivement Le r,,eived t!e-C'ivil O-',.p[,in...u-
ship of th,.' order of the Bath. He wi r utxt ..uliat
iu tlhe- comm'tand of the turrt:t-ship "**~ou''--lh," iu
lSn-a .,i, and with her took the i.:,dy of the- illuistri-
ous Perbuly to tha UiTited States. In October
1S70, Ihe receivedr:l th- commarn l of mhe "'Thdlia,"

and in February, 1s71, he was i.eleered to su..ta-ed
Commodorn- Dowell iu command of the Cap and
Weset Af-'i eta stioan with il.; p:.ralant ia fhe
P R itlsn-uake.'' II' ad -eun pr- viu' .ly i 1 Jainu-
ary, 1S7'2, selec-ted for an appoiutmneuta- naval ai-le-
de-ceimp tothe Queen. Ascounmodore on the Went
African Station, Sir John C(omtmerell ipl.yed au
important part in tIhe first. phase of the A -hantte
war and was severely wounded by a gunshot wound
on tlie ri-ht aside wh-n in lhi galley in the
river. Tthiso-curred onthe 11th August, 1'73, Cap-
Itiun Luxmn.-re of tho" Argus," and Captain, now
Major Helden, being also severe-ly wouude-d ou
that occasion. In consequence of his wound, the
commodore had to re-sign the conmanIl oi his squid-
ron, and was for many weeks in critical condition,
the ball had not been discovered for some time. As
a reward for his West African services he received
a Knight commandership of the Bath, aud a.s he
was already a Civil Companion of the Order, be--
came entitled to wear the insignia of thlt lan
and division in addition to those of a Military

Knight Commander of the Order. He has also re-
ceiued the Ashantee warmedal. On the 12th Nov.
ember, 1876, came his promotion to flag list, and a3
Rear-Admiral be was selected in July following to
hoist his flag in the Agincourt." (or temporary
service in the Meditterean, where he was employed
with Sir Geoffrey Hornby during the crisis of our
relations with the Russian Empire. From Jone,
1874, to December, 1879, he filled the dutiesof
groom in waiting to Her Majesty, his last public
service being as a Lord Commissioner of the Ad-
miralty from 14th December, 1879, to May, 18SO.

LoNDON, November 17.-The dynamite works
at Llandly. Wales, exploded to-day, and' five men
were killed and nine injured.
Examination of S. S. Westphalia" shows dam-
age she sustained is mu.;h m.ire serious than anti-
Before the rules of procedure are disposed of in
the Commons Gladstone will submit new regula-.
tions for election of chairman of committees. '
PArs, Nov. 17.-A fire o,-.nrred to-day in n
s,-ho ,Ilhousa near Quimper. Nine childIren wore
burned to death.
TaE HAiaus, Nov. 17.-Dr. Edward Gautz who
attended the congress of So.:i;list here in iR81 as
American del.',te, has been s..nteneled to) two
ears itrprisonnent, on a "har.z of obtaining
money by fraudulent advertisements.
PEzTrn, Nov. 17.-At a sitting of the
yesterday a report of committee on foreign otff,-e
budget was presented. The committee expres:--s-d
its cnnouitiou that an Austro-Ru sian war was sooner
or later inevitable. The budget was thereupon
EGYPT.--A R'.,.':o', R7f;,,..'-LoJrr,>, Nov.p
17.-The 'rs' Cairodespatch a-'ys there is nu un-
confirme.'l report that an Egyptian regime-nt at Suez
refuses to go to Suakin, and that there will'probably
be a collision with the authorities.
VrsNx,Nov. 17.-A sp-ecil, mnle by HerrPlnaer,
a prominent member of the' Roi-.'h.tag at the Ait-
ting of the Austrian delegation at Peth today
has created a great seunation. His speech was a
]ong exhortation to the Governmiut to avoid any-
thing ra.lculited to bring on war. It is evident
that Hurr Plener p'.ssa'sees weilrhty information in
regard to the relations of Austria with Rut-si..

Carrwoo. Ill.., Nov. 17.--Full- two-thirJd of the
sky ih ablaze to-ni-bhr withl Aio-r.1 liht. ir f mau.n
colors. It. is a rare phenomenoi. In thii re.i.,u
teleeriph lines have re-fuse. to work during the
entire forenoon.
PAnAxMA, Nov. 17.-A', to advices from
E,-uaqdor received here t..h-day, thi ,_ov-:.rument
forces have won the battle at C('hambo. i stnill vil-
lage 120 miles north of Guiyaquil. No details re-
.Danish Poet Kiledov. aI Ra- .' ,. --NEW YorI,Nov.
17.-Ch('-itiin J'T.sunen, a D.inigh poet ared ir), was
yesternlay killed at .aiudolph crossing, in New
Brun-wick. N. J. by a Pennsylvaui i rtilw'*y train.
Letters from Pre-ident Arthur and from the- Emper-
or of Ru-si.i were found in his po.:-ket.

The f.)-llo'vin' is from a New York 'Fipe-.r: 2; 5
sons of Nova S.:,ti t farmn-r., tir-edi of humrum
Maricultuire and d'esirou-, of radvcnftue, made a con-
traet to go to Mcsxi-o to work in .1 silver mine.
They wore promised ,-.,I piy. ciin f.)rtable board,
.ank all the known s:fe a' .i.L:-ts in
the mine. After a hloriebi.:k i:ourue-? of 325 miles
from El Pa i-, in whi,-h they w,=e imenaced all the
w.iy by Iudi)us, th'y arrived at CuAihna.-iiie, a
:inin-Xr vill-iz whii.:h failel utterly to ertisfy the
promises. The board consisted of wret.?he.l f. re in
roofless adobe pens,, and 'the mine was. d i.-u.r-
ous thi.t Ithe i tiv,- would i .:. work in ir. TIh,
-hift w -i ,..i) feet .:t-p., and] t h. 1 -,.: -lt lii.l t..i o -.
made on a I tldr, which is uwerely a
notched pole, or in the bullock skinu in whii'h the
qu irtz was raised bv ropes., Tth Nova S..oinus
refused to work, nl wte-:.e izmpri .ned for brea.king
their contract. Thie- they e.-eapel, and iat rted
acr..s- the plains ,on f.:.,t, but were overtal-kc by a
nmilitry comptuy. and two were killed. At the
end of a year and a half of hardships, thyor have
been relea..e, and ar-.- in,,w .a tliric way hom.e-.


The f.,il..- inL st.'. i-V .:-n- t ia the W est of
Ircl-ui, : ?rr. .Tnvy -, -in ,fthe murdered f.irnily.
|wiruei-, th..' Sink:;!. in the lake of tlhe bo(lie.4 of
Lord Arlil oii' bdifia. ibut wa' so terrfri-.l that
for some 1ii,.e she di.i n:t venture to tell any one
what s-h. h id sen. On-"_ n-.lit, however, she could
no l ..i .-c ker-p it t. i *r-.r!f n ILI des, -rihbd to her
limshbirn wlihat sIhe haT 1-el certain men do. This
was rverh.-'ird by th-ir s.,a, who shortly after,
beinz bullied at school by another boy, cried out,
. I uippi.,?- you want to mnurdnrr me and throw me
int. rhib. Lke :1' your fatmrer di.l the bniliff." The
Iboy I vini.. rep.-ated tfhii to hi father the latter
and li- .-I'', rte dtt-rrminel up:-n their dread-
ful crime of ass-rariu. tih whi.i:- f tinily of the
Joyces i 1.. 'l-r to l lt out. of thi way -,r-i1 amrk-
ward. i(.j---.'-.- of th -ir f 'rin'.r ,-r'1ils. The -story
seem s [ r ir'- .t ;i i.. be untrue, 'r [. it
easy i, :- ,' v it '.u ,. lld 't Lc-r iurctnt.-l. At
any rate, it tf':-r- .1 vr-y sen l .i..nt expl ',i-a:iu of
lthe i i :-i'. the ni'.Aiv.-s f.r hi,''-h h nevterr been
'er-i i.- n l.l,? iut.

rHp E a-a- irtmuent of ilve-r J-vw *.'y, *:..-,.-.;ting
-'- of BrouObes and 'Ear !;nr.'? Br.,, --lts,
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Cr.ortrx Runss.-Lord Rirndolph Churchill has
placed fifty new amendments to the procedure
rules on the paper. The debate on the second pro*
cedure resolution was resumed. Mr. Gladstone as-
sented, though with considerable misgiving, he
said, to the amendment providing that a member
may obtain leave to move adjournment during the
pendenry of questions provided 40) members rise
and favour such motion This is a considerable
concession on th-' part of the Government, who ori.
finally demanded that the motion for adjournment
could unt be put unless leave was granted by a maj-
ority of the House.
OccUFA-TiorT or Ejypr.-On Tuesday Mr. Glad-
-.toue sail thl-r wer only 12.000 troops in Egypt,
but tLe pr'-snt siawe of things was provisional.
The Government hal no idea of allowing so large a
ijr.'e to reinmin there long. The next step would
be to conclude a Converition relative to a temporary
arrangement f.r the security of the country, in-
cludin-7 the charge for maintenance of the troops.
The Converntion fini, the time of the occupation
Iud the l itrin-rnt therefore by Ezypt would be
modelld .,n that coueluded with France after the
battle of Waterloo.
Sir Staff .: 1 Nortlicoto protested against the re-
ite: ,of thL Goverument. He said ie: would on
beh-i If of the Oppo--ition take an early opportunity
of dii.cussin.4 the subject of the occupation and sur.
render of Alabi to the Egyptian authorities.

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S Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, and of the mann-
-3. & E. ATKINSON,
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Prlee ist Frae on Applieation.
rA CAUTTATN.-Purc'haler8 rs r cautioned to avoid
e" ouarilts by obrvring that each aralciu Sd
labelled with the firm' Trade SMarki, a While
R Obe-" oan a Goldren Lyre."

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