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: VID00103
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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B E R 1i1 V A'. hml plliut-,l iu .-n nr s,,l-wn iu 0't-1 a1- muillet,
Proceedings of the Honorable Legiulative 7 u t- in tl aI, rea' 0. t il
Council.f The avfra'e yi-eld p-'r :-are and pri-ice in former
Tuesday, 2-ih XoreMler 1SS2.- Pursuant to ad- e .sn wa? f,'r In-h p..tator., 5t I,-ar,...-, ,t a:)
journment. the House mUot. i 3r 1.! rtel : a.;il..' .., 3.5''' h:al. at .:-.; tom-itont, s,
Presnt- -His Honor Joiah Rees, Chief Jastice, '1,, l'!-lI, at A 1.5'''' :-r b-uihiel: b:.eaiua ndl p.:.n,.
-'resident ; 15l: I lr a'rt-'. Th i,:h :II I r prii,: of'.:r
The Honorable A. J. Musson, atl ',inab e, not asferti:all.t.le, but a.liitted to)
Wm. H. Gosling, hi:e l...:n larZ'..
James H. 'irimingham, The p',rs t t.-: tt: n 1 .k a ,ter -howieu viz. :
Eugenius Hl-rvey, 1ri1h potto. -, .51 to 70 1I.urelrt it .t p4 -r .l:Htrr.l :
Joseph H. Harvey, l--e i hl. t In eut to I1 (t i-r
Jaames Tucker, Rflecr. Geni., le.l: timat,i*". 250 Lbah,.ld, uw rcllin.-' nt ,t or
G. S. Tucker, ut'.1 Careudish Boyle, 'ol. Secy 'ror P.e'n hrave ;v,.- t, l over ?125 p"ei' .,..,
The Resolve voting the sum of 151) to provide The fir-t three aritie (-ompitzie fli,
additional accommodation at the Causeway Brldge slipment, and wirU, n,) bt, iintain their lead
Cottage. was read the second time. I in thor- future, Lnd to them inquiLtr has .neen m.-d The House'went into Committee thereon. tl ftr nd to tt-n inr] "a "een n i
Te Hn.oon H. Gosling in the Chair. T!e nt value ,f tfle .cr of. or se den on
On motion thuse r esumed, rose. co-t -Of pr o.lnoti'nu. about wlhiohiopini'-us difl',r, liut
The House resumedi3 comparing different --stirute the following,
The Chairman reported progress and obtained figure. are reah:l-ed,: C.':,-t of fertiliz.--rs for a1-
leave to sit again. i,.i- 4,f' rle. a-re. Tkit rotatr,.- :30, ttu't'
The Bill entitled "An Act to amend the Act[j t ., to hic a- ldl h a tdd ed flth r- torlur t-...
to prevent -danger from the Storage of dangerous, at 'hT inlut t- the fim Tr lur ,f
Commodities was read the sec:-nd time. u.iatn- r "aan dur marL-ke- on the t h, The co-t Fr.
The House went into Committee thereon. cl itngoa .,. Irish pott-te $, tr i,tnh $ i0.
The Hon. E. Harvey in the Char. i.-ng net va, Ins p Ptcrt': Cal,, t,:. to2" Iri-h
On motion the Committee rose. pn ta-, 15) to 1 "', : Ctrmatile i$12. 5. The "-
The House resumed., .iipmtents front0 M 1 ile this o" s e. i -tirn' ,t
The Chairman reported and obtained 'it sl-'0.not fhi riT rI t-.i ath, s4tntial tiad,:lin
leave to sit again. of 25oni to the re-sutr,.e ,,f tht ,itv, a ul a.-di h i
Ordered, that the Mouse on its rising to-dov do prop r effoi t tli amount c m iu a f.w years la iii
adjourn lo T'rhusday next, the 20th instant, at cror,.se. to ten times aimu.;-h anuall. "
11"30, a.m. The al-ove fig-ures are not claimv;dI to be futir.:-ly
Adjourned to Thursday next, the 80th instant, e,.'rrect, but they are 'pproximate-ly .o. and cl-.i.rl,
at 11-30 a.m d*mni-u trate the- f:.:t that under iarzutl nu] incdi-
ious l___ oi tivati,:-n tl.he p:rt plinh lI..l- ,f M,.il-
e .lnty cain bo r.nde the tliwot valu-ii.- in the St t,.,
3ERA YDA nnI-. and tih at w, n-,-hrv in them re-our,'es ri.-her in the i
elemeutns of pr,:-perity to us than the cott.-.u ffl..l,.
Abstract of the Proceedtns of the Honorable, coal mines or iron cr-' of tLhe inteiir. The t.:,tl'
House of Aseembly, f nrea of .rtl)e I:unty iis,l'i nrr.-, probably
S2 ")(l f i l t ). Ot' w hli.h are'nar-h, stw aim p or w -iter s ur -
Wednesday, 20th ovember.-A Message from the fat.,.. eiu ni.out 7r'( 0l acrei wamp oof aral. li
Legislative Council;- nwh...f whi,.h i a light, siulyl:.rn with
Mf. &SeJ :.e, iai Gr.-,/J!eini f t.ifllHw t '. ;- s1, whi,'h re .-..u.s Lmpthl t..I fertiz-it ,u.
I am directed by the LgislAtire Counal :o re- -uiose that pi-r 0 t. of this ti. iNii:001
turn to your Honourable Honse the Bill entitled a':ro. n should I broaht nuder a hiAt .t ite *:of .-il-
An Act to amend the Revenue Collection Acts, the yield should be 25 pr-: cut itIt,
and to request the concurrence of your Honcrable I1 te rie w h i:,p rt. e 111. i tin ro ,::-ii- .tll
House in certain amendli.nts which the C i)nucil ie:'-trini'. w n-t wruit ha t he pt- re,-nti.l : I, l
deem expedient, to be made tbereto-a cope ol t1 eterl cir- w Ltt hav p tha p'r.-.;t of u
which amendments is delivered herewith. the. general nr,,p. Let tu- suppo., tlI-.ifr, tli.t,i.? .omnpri-(6 a.. i es 30), and t,.-mi t,_>, i
hCouncil Chmber 2, ,r ent of the e:-ntire crop, which gie'. an avrn ae
"2,th November 1i 2 i -.f 4101 .- ,-r,-., or with '25 p,:r .nt ,li .-..:- ;n
On motion of Mr. W ilkinson the House verat vi:-l.-i, ani i. :;.-.,- pi-' r.-.ut n p.rin.-,, tiu .' '1 ;
into Committee to consider the proposed mniessa. per al:e aid aln l .t-'.in-'.'te .:.f $3.'2:,.i.,"i rn hz..
to His Excellency the Governor relying (o thi- frt'i.m an ?ri:-n e.;rt!-. t that plnt-, inuc ttnu iu :.i-lit
prevailing fever. of the '--.u ti,:- ...f Tm-ik ,-.P-: ,. Butl:r. ,M.:,r.,.. ,u..1
. Mr. J.. \V. Pearman in the Chair. ( C il:. l-r y-er. Netit-r of tl. -.:- < .utie- m i.<-
M r. ll o or. .,11'lin on % ove'] his p' osed m e L.- r:.,s 1. i l:.i n.. r.:.... -i .,:-ver ',* i:,ii,) f,:,r tl,.:-,.11.
Introduced tir,:- pr.,,ii.ti,:. ,u. ,i:-.Ia h :cxpl u.-ul mnr, th itu w -,
The Attorney General moved to insert ialer the reciiv-ed.
woul "Sparrowhawk" Ihe words knotvn 9 '" Den- TI.-- entire iiin::in to. M...1.ile fr..,m r h 1le,,t' i
gue Fever"''- which s agiee!d to. .'tt-.u s..ld i -I '. n:t ..- x.ti ie and 'r- ii- i,.wh
M r. Hna waid move'id b t the words th.'uih 2i n' l :r 'r.-', .. 'r-o t -. i f tl 1. .:.i- ,'' .'
not attended with fatal resultsi" be added to I.,- h.i.. ]'4 will u,:.t x -:- l 1 m.' "",i in "a-.' 1ur I.ut little
first paragiuaph-wbhieb was agreed tun. .'r' th in h r l-.,:i n rali. I fr',:in t i tivati,-. ..f
Mr. S. A. Masters moved Ilihat the lfullowin a: iti reaiun M.:..i-l .:.r\-nty. :i.,,ut th. -tize. of t- o
words be added at Ihe close of ihe ime,-' e ,.,.,i -tt.u pl'nut tit.-u- in TI. u:.. ...o D ill,.-
the House ofl Assembly will be prepared to pre'ii,'le Th-i r,-: t-i.n nl.. riiv fr--i.m th" s:a)e ...f i:ottnu ,1:--,
a sufficient sum to denli y the nec.-asary -sxpe ct- u mi 'il-,1- t, t.i,- i .l:i-i e oi.lymeni t .:-f" c .it l, h'li.-
said investigation."-which was negatived. rtAuln iOf wlhiM-i1 denu.,, n w.-th-r, .,orn. -ii :l .
Ayes 9. Nays 18. def:. iv--l hiaw. Th-. r.v,-u:, t' -priun' v-r .- -tiq-
The Huu-e resumed and adopted the NlessgL n l i i.,r'- .... -ire :t th,:- t i-t : ,:r>.:i it.-. ..,t
amended, and it was ordered lobe eti tou hii- ELs- tir'-ittaini_ of all.
cellency the Governor, ily -purposi. in the pr,:.,nt article hE i 1- to
The engrossed Resolve providing a sum to defray 'IrahW attontiou tio tl-he '-lb.i:t. nd thr,.-v
the cost of aConimmission ,f inquiry into the origin s',h'lti u vini1n sT will p:r.:s.-unt its me-rit to: tihe p -o-
of the lever known ato "Denjue Feier"- ao p l'l''. who, ift tihe iuvetizat. will u.:t ..- .1:.. t,-. inu-
read a third limer .-t Thr,:e i:n let:, no ilon.t that if th- p1 .Iro'''?-
The Atitiney General moved the following ti'on w,.re' in':-r,-fd tenfoll, the inur--a: U-l .jiT.itr
amendment as a preamble: ," Whereas the House of wn,!i1l i've th':. nirlket 'r.:.iter itlnl.rlIt.i e :,rl has sent a message to J-lia Exce!l c ty stability n1 tIN -rie- Th- .Tl-n'rr'ui ft'r.m-i the N:.rth t
the Governor to rtquet.i that Hoa Exc.:i enner iwill : pleased to cause an inquiry to be made iuo tib du-tion.
origin o ithe Epidemic fever which bhas for s,.veral There are iny feature.- of the sml.i-:t. All
weeks prevailed in these IslOandB"-h'bi-h ws ,ourtes of iu'i.leu-ll profit whi'h dinli .-1 i ..n-iiler--
agreed tu,. 'ttion. I will lI re for abler pens.
Mr. \Wilkinson moved that the Resolve be rein- .
groissed-whichw as iu-eed to.
The Resolve having been reingrossed was passed. NOtiCe.
The House having considered the proposed
amendments to the Bill entitled "An Act loaiuend THE UND'Il' '- I(G[1-1L1)
the Revenue Collection Acts," agreed thereto.
Ordered, that the Bill be amended accordingly Will Offer for Sale on arrival of'
and returned to the Legislative Council with a t ,
Message to acquaint that. Honorable House thati h hr "LT," froH.LI X, (
the Assembly having concurred in the lpriposed petced to arrive ii a fews' da~s) at the
amend memas-the same had been accordingly made very loi est Pi ies for ( ti..,!,
to the said Bill. A (.ion,,isiitti il o(i
Adjourned to Friday next. 5 00 1US. Heavy Black OATS,
B-13 a-% kICE.

(Published in this Gazette by request.)
The following interesting article, coniminic ated
to the Mobile Ry'.'t,', gives a veiy complete ac-
count of the etattu of market gardening around
Mobile, an interest whi.h has attracted c:oniilera-
blea attentic.i of late, from its growl-ing pitoprtions
and importance:
The large results obtained from market aiarden-
ing in the nity o Mobile, have for wetks bcen
the theme of hopeful cormnment ina lasiness circl:-s,
but so far the djiscusuion has not take that pr,.:--
tic-al shape which will clearly pl...e before the pub-
lic the great adant ig's tc,,ib le to Mubil, fr...-i a
nmore vig.rous pr:.seci.ti.u iof that indui-tty.
Eflorts have ieen maide to ol.taiu theL Lut.e--try
data for such an exhibit, lut with a tow ex.:ep'-x
tions, those having the iniformation are 'ft-iuLngly
reluctant to impart it. Enoumg-h i.s bown, hliw-
ever, to warrant the opinion tlat this .se:ion,
as to yield and ptiice, is abl.,.ree auvrage, and that
the net revenue e from the (. pital inve,-ted hate }.,:-ii
very large. A eareftu c'omp.inriu of re.uits ob-
tained frorn a ftw of th:, lh.aing lir.,,h.-rc l'-i,
me to accept the f':ill':ninu figure' iS, ribout >-torc-t.
The neteage -ultivait-d inu Irish potattoCe, eab-
bages, tomatoes, beanu, peas, &e., which t e.mtprisn r
D5 per cent. of the shipmeuts, is about 2,iA.,. A
few place it higher, but they include all.the opeu

Tomato Box ENDS aud LATHS,

Front Street, Et,d.

I iint:ton, l it i No.'o ., I 2.'

Pran s Celebrated Prize

't; | diCng C- i i rL it n grant \ irly,
Oil CIi .' i )-, i,:e -v I\. u ', 9,
I'AN I L'-. hE -'L- P I'U Fi F
4L 'IU i -L !; \l i. .-

Auction Sale.

The Under'-;igned ha8 received In-
strut-tious frt 2a1 Mr. Chas. H. TIfwlett.

On the Premtist ,
ve "F

Auction Sale

The Undersigtned has been kindly instruct-
ed to Sell,
At Public Auction,
The Whole of the

.C1.11t(on I-ssued i',,t heI Cturt of General As-
The 7th pruxiwo, at 12 o'loc:, noon, HOUSEHOLD ]FURNITURE Iut JoHN EDWAU, FunLEn,
_, Of C. P. WILLIAMS. Esquire, United T L'LLOWING ARTICLE S,
J States Commercial Agent, Viz.:-
No. 1 l-The SiORE HOUSE and At his Residence on the Cut, Road, St. 1 OUR Post BEDSTEAD
LOT miar Post Offi. Moi.grove Bay. George's, on I Small TABLE and 2 GOATS

JLSO, d9 At the Court House same day,
No. 2-One undivided moit.v of ; 8th Deer. neo.t, tt i2 ut'lock, noon, All the Right Title and Interest of the said
Parcel Of. La.nd j Said Furniture comprising in part as fol. JOHN EDWARD FUsLER in and to a small
};lCfl 01 Laini lows:- Piece or Parcel of
Estimated toe:intin Teni Aeres or thereabouts,iece Parcel of
near Whitehill, onomurset, bonnliug on Mainf CENTRE and Side TABLES L A N D,
rconiI.-For further ercription Of tL>: Pioiper- Chairs I
oti.s -Foe further it-Leription h f th PooyalGaz' tteol'as Chairs situate in Paget's Pait.h, containing about 2
of 14th instant. Bedroom SUITES (Handsome) ACRE> more or less, and bounded East .by
GO i \YOanG. Hair Mattres.e., (Double and Single) Steel Lands forrucily of Daniel Ephraim Gilbert
GEO. YOUNG-, spring of bcst quality oSouth by Lands now ofMary Susan Duns-
Autioneer. Other Mattiresses ot Beds (Single) comb; West by Lands forwmirly of Daniel
C-oie'itet, Novmuiber 27, lt82.-2 CLOCKS Jones, anud North by a Road or. however the
ust ived er < S. Orinoco'u t WARE LAMPS to be described.
I i Rrigerator (Lvargo) J. H. TROTT,
An cutire new Stock of A Large Cooking Stove, also Kerosene Do..
with Cookng Ute-sils [f amilto(n. Novr. 'l, 18 .
; ,niJ, c, ., ; Pictures, Curtaoins and Fancy Ornaments Hamilton. Novr. 21, 1832.
-1 Re- ; ',- j ,c., .&c., &c. ,
Comprising Oolong. Cougou, Japan, and. Conditions of Sale, Cash on Delivery. '-
misxel Black and Green, put up iu W. T. hOBERTS, S''Pu V v o

Marshal's Sale.

To be Sold by Public..
Auction, in the Town of Hamilton,
At 12 o'clock,
On T"i-tQDJ, 1, 5th 11 e.,
Now next Ensuing,
Ulear and by V'irtue of Sundry Ifits of Exe.

nii l iuni ir tigilnc t ins
Also, Preparedl COFFEE in Tins.
Importer's and Jobber's- Tea and CvNfee
('2o3 Pea.rany,
.:,3 Peatrl ,51reer, N-.ew YorL. ;

. George's, 27th November, 16s2.

Colonist copy twice.
S 1 1 1 -1 | )"

A D.
A U-, J
-"ReidStreet, EHaniltrn. -- E R V E KNIGHT, A.,
S-K .,]pci Ordel'i )i,:,lpily atenI-ded- to. u be i-i to ino,',idi dir inhalitaut. of Ber-
Niv b, er 20, 1SS2. iu:l.t S hi intenti-, to oiPen in the Towu of"
-- --i;trn i Lt ,n / 110 1", LD .. -I4th/, pr'o.,.in"w,
E P T oane,, a G CILU- Cl'.'.siial chlio.l, for the e,.iuca-
'3. tut tb., vy u's of 1 '-'.01h s a. 'T'h ftllo.,w-

HAS. JU-ST 1J'E('T ,ED),
u,., L:indon.' vi-t N \\ York,
. ,, a ,,i'" v i s rea.]\',n:-.le

Do. Do. Felt anl Tweetd HATS
D.... ''o. ,'APS
(CO LONE, &.:.
Hamilton, November 7, 1 '21.

L la OO hotel,

_- I' I' u'

.- ', .'.. ROPPR ETOR,
FrOl_,erly of the Tremont lluoUe
nt'l St. -.Tames Hotel, BOSTON.

1 KflJ P-AERELS Early Rose PO-

i;i tn e )i:' s Li', hLI i- .":. e r,. id to gai -
Si ot u'.:Li [nst'tutt t.. itu :
CL.A.'IC.'-La!;i and iGreek; the' highest:
:, t! a.,r. 'or ,:oll-_-r,-te m :,,t <.ilation
E.NGLI.-:L-- in,.-hiinig t -i.i-,totry ,:i ,t. aand
mu -'1 ; S,, li i ,i
A .\ ii A i'IC i t-lit. ; P 'n.:il i. Algi'-
brlt. I.:O nou.l -et y, pl.1 _. 2 u .. .- :i,-'.:. ,,
Conii. i, 4:.:tii' inj yt1'd 'ro-.t.t j:-. i y.t aIul.-s,
IPru-ri'ant ies, ?I'.,'h.. iic. l-act .-,, ie., & :.
F : E N -' 11.
0C A L M S I C.
In ot.-iiu'. lis -I-t-vic-s to th-. Public, he
does so with a perfret ,:u-."iu:.--ne-s of giviug'
.;-neral s:ttisfacti-i.:.n. a. hL l.a.i bet- engug-'-d in
-chola:,i.',: work tor upwai'rL of Mixt'.i-au year,
nId iiu.y ot Lis [i.uits Lhave s-c' e'sst tiiy j'as -
,.-d the Osturd, C.tiulnidlge, aitul Lou..Iti Uui-
versities Mati i,'l-tt-rin Exaiiiin.di.o-s.
TERMSi utIna 1 know on at the
Stoire J. 1H. T. JA.'.l:SON, Esj.,
Tl.,miltn Nov. 1 fl .'2-tw;,.:.

AI' ,I ILt.Ii % J J rI 1 11,V N -fo'1. :
Sl ATOES-specially select- .
ed for Seed, East End GR 0 C E R1 Y
200 Barrels Best Table POTATOES
150 Barrels Fish GUANO and PROVISION Store. .]
50 Bags Southern FERTILIZER -
And a few Buttles of ONION SEED which HE Undersig'ned begs to inform
will be sold from this date at 4-, per bot- the Public that he has Opened-a Store
tla to Cash Customers., next East the Ordnance storess Front Street,;
where he will keep on hand a fall supplyy of.
I Second H[ad hGU GIE Provisions & Groceries,
lloth will be sold Cheqap to close a Consign- on Wholesale, always at the Lowest Prices for
meant. CA-H, Viz.:
't. Geore's, ('Octo)ber 4, 1 s-32. Fine and Coarse
Ditto Pilot BREAD Bags CORN
oti* Bags OAT:., 3 and 3 Bushels
Notice. Ditto BRAN Ditto riCE
f.F) 1 .^ and SHOULDERS
-,-' Boxes CHEESE Bxss. RAISINS
W ited patching it Tubs BUTTER Reatms PaPEII
131 inte isathing. Seed PO TO GARNETS,
VES.SELS lo' 11E-IH.1MUDA.) Sailing Do. Eatiug DO. Bis. APPLES
froIm IALIFAX as follows : -is. E FISI. GUANO
,L .Novs. !, 1,.2. Deer. 3, iss3. Lags Potatoe MANURE, &c., &c., &e.
.TtJn.y.. 19.S.3. Feby. i, l.3. Persous intending to Purchase will do well
S.% l-T; March JI], 18.5-. April i, 1'-:.. to Cal at. the East End Gro-:cery and Provi.
it -uiiei-'n tt iLetue>-unt offers wilil dip.ati siou' Store,'" where they swill hid as good qual-
SVi-.i1, t-ft,:-rn-rard. i ty for Lower Priices than itiy else i d the
ill (4., ,]< crr.ti at L .nr PaF-Q t' s of Fr;-elt Market.

At the New toi.:re 'of an'l 1piyabkle in Dermuda.
r v R B LL, For further inf'orimatiin apply to JOHN -S.
EBENE ER BELL, BDARRELL. Esq.. Agi-it. at St. 6',,,-',, or
I- t A;geit f,.r I',.-ru:.l W. T. JA.ME-, Esq., Agent, at HJai7it,'h,
fir Prang C<&rds, c. BErRMtUDA.
5, 7 & :9 i. ,,, S:, I.,:,, oi, -3r.-. J. B. NEILY & CO.,
'hiphping and C(oiuidssion Mt-rcbants,
c dIILD'S Jew.-lry :'tore is He-nd Quartters IH.-LIFAX,
U for WalthaNu Watches in gold or silver Nova Scotia.
cases. October, 16S"2.


For H.' M. Troops and
Navy, Berinuia.

ENDERS for i.plyorFRE ...
MEAT for the above Services for Three
(';) 'Years, irom u it Marchb, 1-S;3, will be re-
t' .ive'l by the Srjior Commiisariat Officer at
Hiamilton, Bermuda, till Noou, on the

r 2nd January, 1883.
Forms of Tender and1 all information eid
be obtaine-d froi: the Senior Comuis.tiariat
Otfi:er n.t Hamilton
Attention is invite'1 to the new term.- of
Contract whereby arrangements can bo wa.v&
*.' terminate the Contriwt in Eighteen Mounth
r to cai rv it on ior' yet.a certain without
ptiot n u terLuhm Liti.., on sit either side.
T,ie-nd: to be iln d1tplieate, marked on En.
elopee i'endr lotor Fresh MI'at."
Senior Commidsariat Officer.
Commnissariat Office,
Hamilton, Bermiula,
25th Noveb '_br, 16-2.-.5

Just Opened,

fan ces, Toys,
* Birthday, Xmas and Now Year CARDS

Corner of Queen and Reid Sts.
Hamilton, Nov. 28, 1862.

Claret WINE

Recently Received from LONDON,
(-' iuds t2 I,-zen eocbh)
CI.AREi. i, --t. m:;Io "i,
(c" Medoc,"
.-I. J ulien."
Bottled by the well known I":rm of Claret lim
porters, II. It. VILLIAMl.1 & CO., Win I Mbi-
chaint-, London, are now offered fdr tS
:easouabile rates by
!'r..nt -tref-,, a-ui: n.
Nove!lr-,'r 1 ., i .4 ,,

IJaving r.:tur,ed ty the rOrt:-o" wll rcsfunte.
his Prolfesi.u,t l. Paihs at hi' U.ltice uvrt
the 3edcical 11,11.
Iln iuilt, eptit. i en '2t, 1862.

Horses, Carriaces ,and
0' r

SAMUEL D. ROBINSON. t rt' IS iFr Ulre. -
Hamilton, Nuvomber 20, iSS'3.-t.." t-i -" --

Bithday, Xmas T'HE'Busin essheretore. cuaried-
AND on by THOMAS HARVEY is now con-.
dotcted by
.- O'e-;,t V';Lity at thu ll oy.l Gl ,zette bta-1I Chitnrh Street, Hamilton,
tiunary SL0ote. ISeptember 9th, 1h82. I








Gitl [. Hil Light Station at Bim iulma.,.ien. lli
-'Lh Novembir anr.d 3rd L'e.-nler 1 ,e heni l
al.rve .is.t4a bai." 2 -4,ut at b.t .,. where thi i r
sister is kepL.
Dae.,- "-

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Nor 1T o 2 fnerai R-inark

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Deo n 4 ail Ste jer' "I ''i. r, Ne w York

De. s c r., Ci l i, .3 ".) D *iilin-i a 2" .
SbleI NN.S. ot.t es, 1i -11 .4 ,Ft k,_.


....last f .rom New York:. -Captain i.. R. E ., l.
L m- -- _-ud-l3-- 2--, "7 --1.---" ---._-rvai nts _M -
Dtt ingerl,, )ecmber 5, MIS-Arn.

CU -7STOM. y JJO ault, D. O.R

e H. 4 -ailn Steamer .;n,:,,o FraJph, N.w CYor'k
mail and, a rirteD cC.r,.i t FiT ,ft "C-.

', D Luer,-1. D L lA J .
bla N'. S. pot.itoe;, '4 J e ruity r.:.ks..
PAS. ENC"E ,-.
In the Ma oi Steaao r Oiirao,.o" ru i.,
last front New "York :-Capt ii Lin'ltiR t.E M,"

L ghtb ul], a t i i ra au 1 t" it M; "" i"
T her W ar.i r M rs. a nlt M i. 'o iflauv, ?,L
Cubad J. bound to KIil a Mr. at l, s. Tf ; it'..lll
d at St. L B Tos il aul '2 Lhi, l eI tar l" Mi-
PoTrueh a, prion. E r ca, Lt ,1, An.i otanrl l',lth,: i
Derrttin er, Mis Arn,:,ld, f1-, E. u. ,,_',hIu

T. H, C1-d meriov a n, d F. Bra i t '. J.n,. h Cn-rLa

i .-rll & atlin ten, er uJ' nat.' raent, J. W
Tl, P. r. i iAlarie, Captain .Si:underi, J'anSt

Caring Ywid to Bastasn, arrived at ht. Georg, _i
aried at S t Georges n,, Sue s in .. in vei -ti s a tin
& c.-arris pe riestrda re' bor Mi w' t. i -.
Inghar...m aa pr r c arg ,.t .. i ,, r .' V-
i.. uldi. td and oSth'rl A .' disabled. A ,.,,' i. a,,
IT hoe U .. ,r 'm e ai,' an rd t e (g it' rt'r:d it

The Brig t..ui L Capinj Yoaundor,,Ifer S. W.
Terdy, le t. outh, Newi atiSp ire, ou Fri-

to,.- ELLA;n BRpla".iE-, & .
Se uumibu staiid tat te yet wihth *f,ire:i. ,ih

e arovet Stw I org d. w S pickd lpn vthe lat, ir

by Mrl hoj. r 'itper t d arnd" tindtlvih iu te iat.

'et }i.c a | o h lu ur lart ;j ite Ao l.i rQ t n

TB u y w t. S gt bient 1r;lWi Coiuia tier u. S. I V.
aTerr o or tar our tsoend th eawtg, i rpd ( o
Theday a e tu, t t n. -ui., .

"'rELLA;" BL'LifE

V e sse ls. 1:1 ifeu or ofe oru 7u fe e c ae im .f r'0u i le lt o
the aIS E. o, Bermud a st. l ar ..ed ai -t :, j od ile or

eItie r nay llained three :.imi last .rauri. lnc~ie ii-,n
f tnore-a eur epr 'is u, i.ct. ,- 'taa *In ,A the
The STown of Vetra.. cked iup a v- ivi -xfdtr,a -
ien, and the prda cking m B Lio, aiii o 'ure

onf o thefr ontt ehie io i |at' e ed th o I' ld
sine thrrels abr o u r ilnlt i ro ot, iadenr ai

a o nf ber of barreliqily oil have be.n licked lp on
erao t topartttofthe ew-Isla.d-i a ,, A gipihve por-
tione To. o f e ls cabin'e nRda Sailr'q h eiitnito i re- d h e ,er i h l 'i re. e
hone avr the oe.ted with this ircum"tanc

S ine rl point to the facl i to the rrt an.d h iad.
"a be of Bn ile on f oil anome total n *:u Th;,
.trOl,"t p r '-if, tIlP.! It Mailmdt ra wa-eIIl t S_'im ,O h'-
lione ef a d'eie.'p 'cai* n, 5iioul r ches't. it is re-

S soy point the ct thltin thne (t nrnli sim",

la on bf 1,400 fcns. with aboul t 9.000 bhla-. ker'-
sine ontbir lhNew Ytrk for Bremen early in
lr iU o -tat he cre of about 2ou sn more

u hi S :nd R t red lr r a.' cna r," oplie whichlie are

SeaB-L COVar.', Cora .L V, C /4.. V.rfe, ,e -

? Ii'oh ? e-ntai r o-,i tl o' the I th ulOtnn

p c #n A m1 i r a i f T3. F. ( 'o ru- r r e lr V C a 'e -,. ,n -
p i h.idh, Stff, saail- from Portrn,,ut l(n "uc-
h e T nnet1 1 int ef P'in N.-til t., (h a up his ,tBr.
emje- trrent a C rn'ir-rin-Cii.f on the N'orth
A Ti...-. frin l in Iest In.ii s.tition, in i ne.-n i.u toK
Vy0. ati 1 DarlSr I. M'Cliiitoak. Th. N,.r.aul will
ifihio atD 'tres abo!u t t5 ito nti in.t., tm andit('*.C!
o'-era aind nen forth lortha pton an 'tule. W RHawk-ns arid Pavr'r-tt.r Xi'.
.am'eys hao henappointda to the V.or/n? .th..m
la.fjTY1,f Novt-,rlv-t I.:.-To m0 b, bH .nor:-
C ne C Hm'hr Ma i-sty :-.Iarns Je-akins, Es.,
n. .i D ,., Retired ro slett'rfGna;ralI of
u" vl,'ill:u Dr. Jobustory, dtcasei

Dr" ity'-Tnspe tr-nera-l ".f Horpitals and
F'lo ts ainmuel Sloan Dalzell Wells, h been pro-
mote to i'therank of Tnspector-General of Ho.spi-
ta' an.] Fieetq in Her Maje.ty's Fleet, with fe-i,:r.'
ity of November M,"t1SS2.
Surge6h T. D. Popiamn has been appointed to
thi Infpre iwablte.
HaIr.Fx, N.F., Norr. 2R.-The latef.t news from
thle wrecked war- hip PI'a,,.,:., on Ea-t Point, P.E.
IsLand, is that tlir. :.hip's funnell h:s faill-ietaud that
bhe isfaast bre-.Lingi np.

The Royal Mail Stc:-amer Alpha from Jamaica is
due to-day,

ANDD THE UNIrTEi, SrATn.-In (.onsiequeuce of the
heavy charges of the present line, and the Nuper-
vision to which all com by the Westiern Union Cminpany, the B:iltimoreaiua
hare decided ou the prompt, con tructiion of a ctl..le
of their on n, with all the laktet iniprovumcuts and
of the must reliable character. .

t The Bermaiu Bd Legisilitre anid lihe
3 ('Si s-cla of Eigliand.

Fori eer.;- mon uthtti h 1 '-, cAlmns of the V,',S.-*n :
-liiv tv'cimed with let--r' tt..,-,'.iV i .u si-antiiure'_,
but not apprrenitil enx'iltin-.r from many dili-er,'at
p-an, all htviInI a' oI iiiou ol0j.. t, and all or early
i..l-aboundliu., wh.:ene-vr thc-v hive dailt with t1ie
hist.:ry of thi C('lur,:hl:i in th'-J I.i Lu 1, in serinosl
mni'sre:l)r.,:.ent't'i,'-> Th,?-,C iiei;-rc-pi t ?-.a. t.,ti..In hiri,
in.., pi'.-iItily ina y iuit i-i.: aril fr. 'uu wiilf-i
-lre..,rd i truth, i' but it y l ..t i t..l t,-, i.- --
raul:. or iiiiinfiorlni.3tili. .A s-r el .. f l,.tt'i oi, iv-
Ever, apple' 6r 4 Wloiil. six o,0r' ti.' itii,., h :ait4.i, C.,f
wh l: the writeo',, p:rintr au, :ir-idit t.Ir all t-::.:
'teat ,p-.rini t.) ati l1 in el tv-rv, ail whi.-Mi il:t Cud t
in rinui l'r it '-'...-iue t ,tm o.:.nmt s, ,:on w si..-h it IS noit
-.-:," t., pric.'noiii..o 'inl ,--[It 1Iy (.It 'irit.i!.ile iiulL,-Zi uit.
Iu s-pte. .ill. and O.t.,.r l-ttv.sf a.,, ia
th' Ifr,'a/ illini' up the L.'-,.'itnt'ire
iand plI-erq',.h: of Bermid:t to oM:inp.i rili.1 o:int.-iiipt,
and I.u,11,,iu mimh of the-it een ure t:ll n titte'-rnput a-
grlnn,.-s ai ns th)-.oe to whi.i \we hi-r a!ludd.
t It ht.--iiiC, to Ihi: th.- duty of ianm Jourual hLviu''
tl. hontior aul iut tr.;-rt-t ..f tChe C.-l.:ouy at lvirt t.)
tcrr,:c.- the-,:s luiN-titatmieant I.e.' il:"ii.'? iS.s,',

atil pnMili.-y reitr'-lt,: 1, I. tur.Il. ,i r:d:n i

FI-',C ti._ r .oa i w. v.-utir...l t, or.,utr.-li--t thel
st; t.:im:-nt thlit thit Ae le-iil..YI f r B-riii-lit pir-
ce,.lle d.l ,,it tlh, I-lau'ls eitill ..) l i -ti,:i .l P.ri ,.- ,
( el,,.:d th,- C'l r'. h Y;:i,[-d. r-.,ii r .dl 1.,it Epi..:-,pil
R .--t.-rs, ;ail lai1 ..1it OI.:-kI: fmr tlh,:- fr,-'an tihe
publi.- l.,.i-. Th.- A- .:-, I.y whii.cj the secon-i
0 writ.:-r in the II.,- -i'. ie ns the L.-2i-lature,ti, wi.s
l Io :i .- d-.i: of Ml iviii w ith r..-;,p .:.t t.i -lli ji.,l
-,r. t-, d,.1-lt illil..r.illy with rill Ci'hur-hes l' it the
y Chorh of Eun l-tu!, aid o-.ler-li .-,i'lls with fthlit
i %i.t-v.- it was n io ntter fJr surprii.,e tlit tr.uttu--c'i
ouly r."i [tl]v :i.1, tIetl-:- i rilly r i-ti' l ut ,,i.!:,:,I ,i
i lshiil. bI i(inioran t 'ii -t .n r II.l.nuiL hi-,.iyv I u.l u 1 :-'
I,,ti in, ..ii1 !i..u id .n", u t-I, e tlvy till 'at-, th,, :- -.-
,, I..,i t. vhih wi.: 1 r. l i l ert: d. iut it r1 -
I-:.u l- L..v:. 1.e.u lh.,i,- i, th t i h' h,
S e u n i ain 1 t-.e,! l..y i -.n-i-itiv, r.:- .r.l f-.:-r truth, ti:.v-
t' w.:Ill I-wh i, thi-ir mi t ike_ v.r'- II.iited o),t 1.-'.
.linittei 1 tlm-I t the-y i:,lhad ,en -. i-;nrd.'A:.i-[ If i''-
r.- ur- v is -; v'ni il fmtuit th...e 493in- I:In3 o iT. C" lidI
., *i l.stinatr idle,':u.:'e to' nidi ,.:-prre-:-iltat-i.u. iI..- -
I tI-he w rite-r' ref.- rrt ,l It... ar. i lil..1 1 ithei-rt. -i ..
th'- th.- L i, n tir-di-ii'.-.l th,_- ('...1-- v it P.ari-lih
l.: .l t i.' i -r.. r,.lar I a. mint aill l.. t ti, 7ih-
ite.l':r. of theI' Churr, h if EnIul !,:in.l eu.l.-we.l
th11 1m w ith i .: ':1 .,A fr.:,iu tu,; 1i. l..l ii, i. d.-. ...r 1,. .._
L aimit that .il thi--,e ,tflieinh ls w' re f-.nitled on
im ,*.-rfe:.t internijtiu.
- Ai r:--.airdl tihe lileIr.lthty .f the L. iiI ilure t.:.-
war.- t.t er dlDoni.miii.iti.:-iu tl.aiu tli..- C'iirc lih .,f
. Enu.'lnd h I''., i wh t CoilouIi i! L .-:i-l itilrr-
I h l d-e-it with teinc nivi or-li, ril i t th in t .If B,.r-
Inu .i d1ii.l'6 L th: I l -r t. lif .:rt'l-v, ,: \o"ln L ,'i, -
- r['ro prei-.. i .1 '. Irov I _u iiln' 1,i .1,iii .l L'i -I turi.. in
= xttt-u'lin iu the inl tt:r-.f r-:li. ious.- 'r ut-- it ,-o-
0 hit,.- : ii.-liy ;o aIi .ll, n:i l iti.L u b)y ,'1" i1i r 'r..ut
0: ,1.. r .- ut r,:. o lin-.. t':, i i. lL.n ,,?i N o on--.i'..-r L, i
a-. Veit been v'.ivenu t t '.io ,qiU-_.ti,:'n.
In the C ..-..- .if l.-lt w,-k :ikppt'ir another 'let-
S t r over a ,i.'-.n itule '.ir .:CIntiiuning' .:i1r,-
I tr- ih sta:t.:-m nt- n.:,t le1-s -irpr! in.:: thl- n th.,-. to
whi..h we lhave :clr.-,ly r-ferr,-d. "--Th,-ie -r.-, 5
Ep .isop::il M init,-r-' we i. t...l --i.--!, of wi.-,nii
draw, aunn.i llY fr.ium ti P. ii.: TTre:iauiyv X11i.i,
vith '2ti) to .ro-id- ik.wr t-ii-i flutur',..C:,:l .rl."'
V i'e ILI-'further inform.: 1 tiit th,-ro is u..t a f,.,ot
i o:f g' in thbir piros.iioi o--.lay, n...t a.
'' Ch'h1--. Oi, r a fol'-t-hol:d of a.ivanti~:, i up.u whli-h
'I they can stand, t,:t whici tI.vy hAv.: i-..t bh:--:i
help.1 by tihe non-y oIf hno-oiu'IriIiit-s."'
The latter it teiriiit would, iiLot be> ri iteri-:d if true,
butl will the writ.-r of it .be, g.oil ii.;>'.i h to tih..w
when.u and in whll t litian.iu pei-soU'ii. whi) wi-re ot of the (Chrlih of Ei-'. .laud, g-trve, or cM.-u-
tributedi t..i .ive to the Clihur, -,f EL*-.u1-lI. the
oiiginat lanil.s- on whiii the (hur-he, wer:- built
m-arly in tho 17th C.-untury, or any .f t.Ut iI.,',-

W' ha.- uo inttitio.I I.f .i-llaun..:iu iii mr p,:.ition
nib.ut thi dlunatitlu, of i.lnd, iutil thi: i'rit.:-r
cr writ.-r who hait,:'- ie-','rti-d th t the- C''ii .:i A.f
E -alad id ihdeltl .-, the Le-'bluare. f,.: thmrn,
t ii i u t- :uee-idi:ne- iu I[pp.p.rt of tl "itL :c-' :-rii_..n.
But tlhrec is i raior'e suiirprinu- dit--.,..-- v y-' to
ii- i tli -ut d. NO onu,," we: re t,:ld C ..I .. .-
r...vr:.rl',l: ', ** know- btte-r thaI th.- Att,_,a:-'" 'ea-
"-erial thit thie. rniiny for ri-eli,.-ioins 'i00 lut" iL i.Ot
"C -.b t'in,.1. lvIy taxati,.n. It .:-onm. fr.,jom thr.i Trei-
,urv if the' Culony. It is a ,qi'ues!.ti)U of Cuhainil
*" welfare."
Now the Attomh-'. GCeit-ra l minuCt b:, an aiiliz-
im'vly blver m'n if h1-e kninows that th-e ilb.--' for
-i,.i.-i..i s ,'i:nt.s whii h iL(colii fl i, i l thil- C('i!..aitl
Tr,.irury' is nU. ot it.iin:1 frin t ix:ui..u. \i' ..a l
haiill y -ilht.v'- th'- E It'- hl really i..,:,- r.:. i thi.
pihil,-iillihe 's iti:nu,-, I.-it -urit.-ly if Iiv' i.I, it i itx-
t-nit-ely tuktiudl in hm ti i- e e u- .:. i.'-: .l thj.: Ji--
c:t-.. r f ti' u all ilb t the w riit-r in ti i '. ,' .., ,.
But seri-u-ly will think wvrith. int'rlf,,i ul h1 r, thi-
i-.l:iv e.tO ti-s tr-tLii if it is un. t tL i .--oi .. fr. t xs-
atiou ? V'- h'Tav lived in this IC:' .'n-i r-
,. bly ,'>ver hail a ceunttry, but ii\i. l.-fi,r- Ii.: n-1rd
that th e Pll.b:. Trn. s ury ihad inuy oil -r .:.ur:i e i..t.
mli.ply, oir ait le-a.r auy otier suttifi. .it to, fir4-l'.-h
ot.':- 11 f l ,t' tIn' th..;. .i sti li tlatil tle .tax-
4b ty n If th:l.I. -r /_ ,, ,.I: I ,: ..ip, .ia- t y h,

ri--I ,.i it i ? :iri: unu -r.i ti l.1 th it Il:- 11ll L,:it I:
ti ,ntkfiil to ]-Iru hiw t i. t,, e iet Im pitih- -s-
p.-a'iltiure l,:u-iibo tIe' i'turthn 'f i Iut.ii,

Nt uiufrt-qu-ntly we hear strangy-r -pC:.ik of
the be-tutims of our Iltnu1l hri-ie auId ,f ihylmy
-liuimite. Oime >l:ir 1 1-.r we,-k we were -'t- ._d by
sev-ril of tim" .)ff'i:ers if the t.jitrmd 't it't.s .hil.-
c.f-war M ri..u." th- n in ouir w er-, who w,.re 'one iti

B.I'rnd!ai I.-h.l'. Onei of I hen' -ii it wi t- .
l.ivel.-nt pid ,e h., ht-id >. -er vi.itI .!- th i,.i.lh te hwli
ltv':iledl murh-he n,-vtr drlcrmut of there L--it,.-
st':! .i ies ..t sp,: t in C.-ii th, aniid i 'ld' l 'ha: if u,:,
eCumlti p'-iIey *-.-t lo re in' ~ oiuld '--n-uI the next
wiut-'r iu B.'n'
T'iVe .ill p,.k ati .4 f'ivotrclb of the-
T ,tIl is at tiC--t-ll ,. ,l rii:. !- th'i t the t-it. .'
V.*,,ln i c-0 ji i-:li i. ,,-r t'.- '.- '., '.V. i w it t,..: *,- .
U -r.tsl. i n lth o l ic li i .iI i1' ; t 5 '. ry~ l ia.; v ,1 I- ..-.
duit'e I wii tihe vview t I th, .,t.ifort Cf th:- \ i-.i:a'.
and th-t the '1 mit 1-r was .'j .i ng, 'r-inG ." 4 ri y .:--

tcoii r ig l-til' t.
ITlt pie-set MlanUicr of the Htamilton Hot,.l,
M'r. Me.ui, i a perfect atraung.-r among us-this
beiug his tirlt viMit to the Islands. I'V, weti
iin-rh pleased ton listed to this eui'oiinmn on thi
Harmilton Hotel Ind ot Mr. M,, as so mnuli die-
pends ou viiiiors comiune to Bermudi, as t, th..
comforts of nuir Hotels, Boardiu.n Houie-s, &-...
WIe -n iu reACdily believe that what we hav..l hi-..nd
relative to) the l ast improven,:Luts in de by iMr.
Mead in th- airr.-ain:'veuts, ,\-., ,fO theu
HItCti, i.' ttin, whu it is tobervabl, to Iv'eryV.'it who
pa21e-i the ;'r,:,uu. l :-el-, -a iusi .- th.e:reto:, irn t- ...tij y
near fior ,inipeti;..i, th?: ycaat .:,ie and tMat- whci.:lh Ieen bestowIed -:u thile. W,: anr, inf,: ri'-l
that Mr. Mf. intendls impurting; fr...m the Unitedi.
States oSme ultitalt-[ tree- to ia.iLe tbhe L'i:Cund.ii, till
umoi attractive. Mr. Mead app:-..s to l.,e the- eight
nman in theright pl.-e.

MR. TanLOw WLrE, dii:d at his rSideeN.:?, New
York City, on the- *2'h'd ultiimo, in the i'.ith yewar of
his age. Mr. W'ie.1 einteie.d :t pr [liuitu :.tli:-l in
19I i.' iand' hlas lh'n .::oun with thi icr-s p eitherI
as printer, publisher or citor, fahlIo ut ever since.

His Ex:ell,:-n.:y Lieut.-GenU- .l T. L. G.-dlw.-y,
R.E., (.-L:,:ra.i.r, will ::oril.- I-- lwit to the C uin-
eil Ch u;b.:r .it I o'.:lo.:-k t,-d i y fr th,: purPi.-:s.C
of Pr.,roituiia the Cu.iloui.l P.irli.m -uat.
WV- iund.-i-t in.l that th -pt --eur .,oi.ial Pmr.
lia.ivut will !,.:. forthwith di-, -l-7i Oal th At W rit:
for .a n_' :'.- tion will ,..Cu I. is i me1.

rfr TRA N SIT (.F V E N I .

T I E A.- ti.c'.uoIl r ini Ch irs-e t.of li: Briti.h E r. .T
tiHon tI-ri:l t J. PLUM-MEe t'r: i ;-
( ii. s', w ill ii. l t ,.-. i
t e v,-r ill av,,il thi? ri. ihItv, tI f l, l ,rrin ..-t i,.
,-1, tVi. ..LL .:,t d ie F r -it, D .,'iti'.e.' t.;h, *r ** ..
F.u,.".,'.f. f illt : the E ie !ili6,u ,d : r-,* i'.' ,.,_ t't

Ti. -_r 3t.! l Pt', frc .iu In- :..-i, CI ti..l ?.i "'in ",. tl,.:"i

NC-W fOrk, wi-iiI l .1-1111:- 11? lo tt -Lt .1) p :of th
:lith i i iy lij,. tL- Li-lht ccat 2 In m. Sfi"unl
riLl .iti.n ,red :,t her wli ri ii tit ti 'n .i *,,:..
afterr noal-waslet.aiued by t tl, -tide I,a her w'..
We are inulett.1 f. i'3ptaiu Fr.i-er, Mr. Prii'cr
DIitp.jut for New Yori ,ik 1 ,r-1 of T!|uI-l.isy..
N iv.isitiCon wa. virtitdly lclo-,d :. t Qu-mee a 1 :, the
2Kth iulti!Io,.
Th,- h,:avi,-.t in.:.w stor.a whl..h hl'i o,:emirred i
N ew Y.:.,k :id nei-hl,,.,drh.:.:.., t that .. -irl' e i- .:iu
-.. ,:' ve.,-, h..ppe-ne.I..u the 2 th :,m .1 2'0th ult ;...
dot iu! whiili iinaie- S inlu. l o .t I-.ini fell. Th.
ther-: .o:,h et -r .,v -,, _'.- .! iiu:-: th. :.thi, 2 'i tl. .
Th,: iP 0. raf- ,:,t A .luiiril t T ,'ii-V i n l 0 it l '" A i-u ..
V ...l .-y l v : 1..:: en ,:,tt.-,1.
T i,: ,:ut .f th.. P. ll 'rm., i- P.l 4,. 1 1,tli.:..ti,
h'.- i!l.:.l th. uke ,.f :,II iton t. r in' .....i u-
t:C-.l ..f l i--i ..n t -.. T he -... ipt .it ti C ,, i t I ,i u di
lw.."l -'iveu i ul t'i _.'i-i,. .,u m r .t i'.l thr.-,: ,,f th
trI i C-te. .

Ti c TreAN'IT or Vt-',mt.-T'.',-t mn- Il :, ru ..-
Pr L.n-.:,: E1r,.. ri.. ; th. R 1 ( ., -,l OF.-I.. ,.t..rf -,
Slv Y .. mk. i. l:, 1 t- in .-', ,l- f A .t i .:t.:,i ; i 1 i.
F iel: :d A-tus oi0[-. it i v l~e ..^e .,l i'<
Fiv,_ i-'v th,- i.f.. i ti-t.," i-i-t :- tI. ifn :1ul th.
Sh r .h.-, fo.r ,:1 r ir'..:a t ,-r 'i "r !t n ;ii CC t .t,'ls. -r,
thi d.:.t- ,i fl tI -. i '.i t f 'Vinu s. ., lill'-.
It. nl :i kn-w1 I i ,'i:ii eC !- r I'. n.' 1 -- l, ...u tha
,-. nit-, i i n, the ..l r:.iiuir\ l,._ w. i:h w ill ,j>t ...i
.- -,in f,..r l -l2 y- -. ? f d, ll V j 1 .I
aif .t ih- V f vt 1,i-r l ti[ m e -v.: een :.-t:_u -: 1 iu
Pi',,lrll .1 fi '. for t'li' iT .,ti n r at."

DA .LrE.Lr. ' '.' -- >tti- FM-1.1, 1ne ,,f tl,.i
ji .ei in the :- .: Hit h ei- a. i. -'... wia- li.nI'.- i .ri
t i- luir.i .r ,-,f th ]i,:r,.. L -,.,. ..!_t.y, w ii .:t_ i
Fit.:- trik I .tr: :t O- hi w."- ". t. -linn:'r to' -d v-
v n -ir :. ntaiu .iiy twi ILu' !, '..t;- .,t whiut juliit ..t
ottI .i,-. :t ibl... Fil ii. C, -:-e:-,1 pla.:.- .vith Ul w .,rd..
Field i- C.1 Ii1iui -'.
Fi ?ve ,-- .-. -re,:,rI er.I ta ii tel. thirs I ft, --n ,r.iLi
in ':iui e ti.-n v ith the iu r,. '..f l.-I : :tive 1'u'. .
L :.w l __-, ,.r D ._., ia is p .:, ., -..itl _-' fa -I'.I.i.l l
Iu the -Po,.h l-'. irt t,:.-,liv th'I illen D .-viu ,
W .iilw.ird .n.1d Rv CC w,-re irr' .Ti .ru-:ii i l h:.IrC .: .
within thl- nItirder .t C 'o riet.-tive E'. tvi o:,.i id' u-
ti-e.l -eviue, l...t w i uyr ii':: al .....ut ta e other t' .-i .
The pri.,om: rn wi'evt.i- ein unb:1.
A t .a Iu'-,etiu,. r ,,f tB l.h .',,'p.,:.. tn-.l,,y a Re-o,-
l>i.,au w, s p,-.--, on, in tii of !r. E. Dw'i r
( 'TI -, ?.L P.. re',' thi : i ..,ivd,' of ih' Ci i'j ...,i. -
ti,,' :,t th, ,.,ut r:, e.
A',i ', -] i '., i.. i- ui. l inl: -|..t ,.f r- t1l. e i 1 it'l l.r -i
.,l D m.t :.,- l .x I fI --. ..-11-',t i f'h.- L- ,n
;l ft.-r the ir. i 3 1.p m ii ,i It .- tl!.t ti c.t i!:e
lnur d; .rirs iwer i tiu.; in v-,it for t'lItm.
A nD.:th,- *.,tl'.l u*D 4i i i '.ei: rte.d. .-\ 1 11k .
n-tr,-l. T i..i s i!..u -v .-, 'r. '..A i.-A
uD i h t in U .t'.,r'inr -tr,.:-i *i' .'. i',: --,l ., c.i. -
ou t.i l. .- o,. .l iu th,; hv i lI TI h .-: ai rre t- h i i --l.
biteu m:li.'te.
O u Sii udt i y et e .inC u- a 1' i' rty of "' l .,,i' ii--- ,t,-'-t "
att.' kel a f urm h.,i r ,.- ,r '_' ,-tril, .'.._u4ty T i|,-
per A.ry. T h k-- .,.-. u 1u1 .,f tlh- ,,1 >. i:, I t 'lh f
and then puIitt .: i -I .i l i .t --.:-'I tl .,: u.- ..le .ti ,-'.
A 1 ir.l' t.:.-.Ili .t :tt .:!-:,i the 1 .' ir - H ...s
pit, ., v.lie -: D,,ln, v.h,: h. ,,al Mi l !:] D.'.t,:,rie
C':,x lies, w ith th ,:,'.ie.r. t i 1i li .--i ...i r iC. i -vin.-i
hitn T h. n .,h h,:.ut t .1 ; ,. -<.:u:. i a.,-i l t.r t.:,
ti,..t k i,: n th.: d" .,1'.:. T he icln +,- T er., tl .:, i,
int, *, AN; --.-,f thIe f.. ,..r d T ,. !l...l ;re
t l .. ri ph-1 fr,;1.- -1. I i -a 1 .. i. : riv.:l .i ri- tm.

w e l thr I 'll d ;i n .r:: i Tin : i.. iu.l .1. l -,n, ..---
I.,'tr,-lhi thi e u.:-h lt.1 t :..:,. ,C)s d '.na iut tl' ir, ..- -.
IR E LAN Dr A. -...f. 7,,t. ,, r i?, ,, ... ,,.-

rDi7Tii, N, ,.-,. til:-r "2 Thi luc'ton i th,-
P ri I v lC n..i ii 1- :,., iv 1 ., tli,- iiit:. | ,r1 ,i' tI .- ,t ,
I.".d;. E ll ..r. L ,,!' l L i,. u. l t, p,..,-i i

,i, ir rlie r ,. : .,ti-., ,it" th.. ("'r r':-r .- 1 ,ion, of thl, E --
S,?i ., .A'. .. t, w hi.:h .tiil,,,ri",. t'.''- P,:.! :,- t. airr.:-st.
: ii h,,ur ,ift .l u -t i,-dd .;L ,n..i b f.-,:, siriir -..

vw.r1 r .,..i.i' i ,.r in kif .-iti.:.u h l .h' t') th.:- .'i! -
pr.A ,?u-.'hu- >nd vi.:t'nti :. iauts,
f ith tlh l ini tl lp Lov, i.-i, n ,..i ii i..,a pU '.,r...-;ti,.,
t,:, th.- iu f,.,r,-er*.
r. T r -elyl u s il t th, o\: ri',i,-rh l, -r- i-'ip-

ia ,d ,-,.nJu t--. It w ou .l ,,iib ; ,:.! t rl. :.:., ;i- :,i-
to .-r ,i ,.1e ,- Mh the 1 ..,,. : -. ,: l, si' T '- i :u
c.-ii l th t th,-. t-,,.- .:h ., r' cir'.. itt .,t i": i ,n o,:n.
s_'. ii "n. is i l e-' i:.'.: ;.n i ,.a ll ,.,n 1:,< th '..,:.. r,_-

Iu (he Pi I..rlu t. iu : .u1 ade te. -Repr..r-- ..n ,,-t th,
,.itiz -1 *ni.: i it,'':i. :d,.1 th ,ii th e l,..w^ ,_'^ -, u t.?,1 1-,y
llh .; ,. *r',-w l .,w w ill I 0e u ,: -. ;rv ,..,iiija i hi; '-, LI-
.,:-li.i- d to !,e :u '.:,-' in .. cb i d l,? :-' s.
It is r. -:>.irte.. thl .t in ,..:,-,: .,i -u.r ,-,f the ,-." u iti
ul|,:.n Fie,.d, w h,: w... .1 !!:e ,.i.. r ot ile j iry t' it
c..,u''t.e I th,:. m urderer HIvi... h:. ,leup--. irl iuii...i,

hlave I.:'qui -td the II.:,v' ii :n 't ut i. l ,dl n ,po
Ib.-.i o --ri'v- f,-i the pre-.-ur, but to try polliti.l i
plrieouters without jurl'l.s.


LO:,,wr ,-:, N ov, emtnl. 'r .' .--A il f.iittatio ,,
in-- M. F-.-r.-ter a:ud .thcr n-ei.mei' .f PI-rliii.uit
v-r i d ; nA .lu Lod 1 .1 ,- n ..1 _,- Al 1i -.iiont 'll :..,4te' ,1ih'- th -Ili i. : F i.% ,... t
i.i.aii sin I i, :, '. ,: e u -uf .1-1'l-- iX' ---'ili,.
ti,.m 1 .:1ef ti' it th,:re w .-re i'- tiii -, ..- ii li"- E u--
lid!i th-er. a-. Freu:n h a.n. that it i-. E -li-i tc.,i..
mlil mi ,ld., tihc r-ielh t .i L ...rd C-4 .in-m ill-.: r -
liited I h it, h.- w.- un.ot .c-.- r.-of iuy f. -ty i ,i:h
g a l:- F '-u : t lh l i h t t : ; : i e .e p l- ,t ,-- t mt l'
(,ver T, i.1 it .'-,. ".
I n t ht : H i i .- le" l-'. i ia. i no t h i s : i* .' i .. :.,! i rt
Ohirle D ill.., u.1,r F.:t.rei -i :'.. .:-reI ir. r, ti,-
G overni m.'tit 'v':' i t'-t i'- ii':'l, t ti :e t i .- n- _' **
ti .h n i n *-11 the ri' -'r .,! A tii.:. 'u he i ,':'r i .. i ,'
i,'as 6eiiou.aly .ia.sideriLu,' the Corgo Rivil-r qlit.-iui.

LCo.':m:r, N.v. 'c..-Ti r:.for.ure to the rep:prt
that. two Amneti- .s hitv.nb-b'en murdered on thia
west co 1t '.,f MIIlacia- ar, it is learned thlit '.ue
w,as kille.)d .i,1 n, -0 se- n.i;, -v wo.uin-d. Th' C
ni. i- of the frm-ir wi E -.ra ln anil Iof the
S ,t -ri-I Hiili't. A. umtiVe ail.iad-lnt n'ui Eaki-n
p mi. interpret-r ivoro ,-Ar l ki''led. Au exp.,li'io
lis be-uW or.-refd .I' punish the tribe. '.vho co;niiniit-
ed t.i,, mtrl r-, lhcitwi.-i prove''-ltedl frm ai!:ia: by
lh.? Fnh-I C'ou-l ,itd T.itanri',-i. T1..- Arnu-r'i,-u
...isiml;Yir . 'cut it icmsindir.S it sites t, t allii '"
hi- 1,.l v,'.rue.l Ein,-'r in an,- M ulW t r "i5iuH tihe [' jl t
1 :' tU ,',Nii' M" tli t' iut.- .1- t,:> ;i.,it, h0r- Mh ld :3-
S r.i-, to i-, i rpet ,.,l to r t i) t mra.
2 Po, irsm .,irr oNf. *' 2" .-- -t i d.m ei u,:tC o thf did -
n nr-.'i -.. i in -i-".',- tlhe A -miir 1 .e ,] oi'c:.t-
J. rll'e tlim '-.s.s ::-. at'imi l [ t ," l ;l l i ra I f:ilD l ts'l n ,, l *
t p .-itc t Gliti-h iue !eir tt tl c'i d'il-o to cssi-t in nbtaiu.
iI 'r inforri tinn in ,.i I .p ait t, the pdlr':eediui e.-n of th-l
Frenh nrepi't.u entitii-sc'. The C,.irauder otf tlhe
Em a Indatian nu has ieen iWire.tied lto raecn i'fur-
t lher i-i ist.iatluc if uame-,iary.
The Ei.ience .pq., ins Ar'ait P-trh, Nov.
22.--A.r'ti,-,rt prcinred by T...'ellli Bey, Puiblic- Pr.i:-
S, e.u r, iui he -lnl'ri trize-i thi e-il:u':e dir'---t-
Iy rc.'. e'?-ithi.r A s-.ili P-i--h-a l their rebel tl it-ri
t wis'i the liurnili of Al-:xan-tidri. anl the nrtai'-; .
: r of In'-,' nns, wn-a -iibmitt-l th-ie the ldiweI thiu
ni aruih, all uid i,: It wil! b-e' reelnitel to
l-Ld dIi" D ri'muia thim aifv.ermion. It iUs k th'it
the E'yti.m (t'l-tinutbant iS prpparvi to leavo it to
r C r--at Bri'imi to d, ,'ie, whether imP evil ne' ii
.llt'fl. i.-lht for l i, o.e.:-diu.-_' with .th> trial eL, the ch' I'lli -
e .- .-,,p.ei-id in the trpot.

Mrl. O'Kelly say ihtlnl th.t ieft.rt. (if Mirhelet DPv;tt
to split th Iiih i rt,,rly ire' tanta nlloai tin. to '.tahiini
SIir'hiiml iti thji. hic;. -- rTL' ihitsrii i there .I'-Ter'i
tin:'ret l I ei'i uiad \li. l.-.nd. o idC,-r d to re'iie- :' th,'
:' ip.d .le.-- Th Pliet has cha.rlsi-i tL.?
Iik;.c i-l.-t i i .l l idea.or tnl o i'itvern i tIthe' rrnl.
1 I ni.e ,"1' -iit'al rzeii.n't tlhe I- Lv-- A. cr'nk hI-ti
bi!- iw .tn .,rre'tled fii' lhr ie ,Liiiid tit na iird'- M r.
a Olt. !-'t,. Cle.l--- :>-.raln Fituict'l,;.i ni.iiisi ha' i'-
-e'v .-! thr'.-,t..-niii let i.-r .-'ni ,ro inr.r hirts.--Tt-.'
t G .ir:ii l, ; F).'c!r'- l., h-i:.r.iie,-' ,I a ,eee',cist i a ill.hli,'t
S --- -ii~nl i p.,h,:- mr,-' llht:.,a ti.h j ,'ii i- e di, -,iifti, n eiii>l
.iiniitil Ft: :in'',"imi ,-.micieIjls the Utnivi'r'lit'r iel E azi, n
!is.- l.> i,-i .,l'[,,'-.C 1; nihili-t aiV'e ihe ll iu 'ri -t-
f i.', .01:?:n,--1ir ic.. is ms id tobe m n ik iieict'Md-
r illv !bee. h, G ei"m ritv -- The t'r.l o'e A ra'!i Pai lia
A idea. erliti',t iii n "l;icr,.-- Ti'ho S.rtni.'l C,,t.-
s ill il ,'tl, tr' in- r i i' .iee ex iidi :1.1 tr a iiln 'ibitl'tar
le 'J cri,,l him us, :in xit --- Tbhe Riv Ee..,'e.i
H, Cvhins. DI.D.. --The i.f Harr'ouvY b
t e ,-ra.!.-- L,,t.l O.1,. Fitze!-al.l i< ded.
t -i-'s 4 .i'.'i, A u tr eI-Rm --..i, C '1 n .i at aiin end"
S i,.-nii. h u ,iii t-terif.l :: c -. noi i :,. 1,. t imhe jirinc'l-
I ile 1 S rel .cqTI li i t I!,t ,,. *i' ;:ii --A n aila:,,?
o l1 t'e r ,.I is l;in P t- --0 a rrie .,- I c L.i .i!'mS t'. l..iii.'u t-
i'i; -' \rikes ,.miUinli. t- v I' L;., I -n.-- `. Fir-,w ih -iin
B A.. ,i sl Aiitet., rail hup e r 'i .. .. ] ;wir.-- T'ie
E .ijii T ri is., ,,,,:i ,-,. mi tilp! '-'- ii. .l.i.i ,'* a' de rt-
i1 tA in large li-irih :. .
i[i t--- :i. ",.,!i. d, .'_i.i t!,.*, t i ir' a r ,. _.f R -_n t a.;
Li- i.roived i f. ili-ie m i,: : i-:-: i t tIie ),ovt.-rnnieat
cill iut i-xt,'r.t the p:r. d ti,-n o P rlMnt of the
rent ,of S,>!.-l- Jr. Trevl,:'yan, Clie,:f te'"ret-'ry f'rn
1 f- ind,, sai1 th It the s'v-teni of rilief wuilldd e Ieon-
dii:-teu d with i ' e:fli.ien-v until tho i.i-tre-s in Ir :-
l511 was a!l. ivi il-br tiv u.- .*.IIh- iu Qi' of the ue.'t
harvest.-- ir. t ,fol'r N.-i'theotesay .thdt tlie next
'- i.-- u of Parlir mei t v i!l 1. 't \'iv-,v tiial c ine f.r
it,. .iir, iverr i t-:-.-- IM r. D ill,.iu wi!l ..-.:-u t iigni his in tihe .ihse of Ci 'i.rn.rm hAft.-r n-it hm Ie i will
.-i toi Arueni-.-i.--- Ir. Toulniiju-.i!, ,ilrndpeu-.-nt
:.loi:'C rvastive, th:i I.A-ee .:-,:l -d ii.niier f.'r Pre;toC,l
Ide ':.tin.; Mr. Hatuba y, t.-r..- -ThierCi e tnpre'-[ -
p C-., ,.f a t!i.L'i.nt ilt. v'"t- tle kv o("e iTrofti-'- and
i hi-: iidl.-,i i ---Arabi Pa:c-r-i's tri d l hien, been a.- ltin
l," l",ned. ----It is ;a4 ou':l.:-d in A.l[xiu rh i-t that
tihe ,i.l iou o.If j,.iut :nutrol in will eoon
i-- bru h bt to a. .iti-fi'ct-r' --,ttl eniCit.- T't L
o- %t v ill ,t:,,ud t..,,., tc S attth A ri' to .r,-Vietjt
iuri..n,- l:,v th,- F ie P'c,.,phe Ru-i.u po:li,:e
I,, ,,,,-..ll et! e liiveriv :r'St Pet,-r,-burlx.--
Sii aI 'IAd l i-,.ui n iUV -, e' i .in si ,,I to di pl ;. a
lil'.-ti,)l,- t,.,'li,,' tf,_" h!.;,1 0 lel.----- T ie Fru-,U.i
,<-'.,a ii 6,- Publi,: ,V ,,i .i- areem nside- inc tl.ii p:it
..t rl IC en in t.- \ en r..It u p .- 1 if thie (,,tl:.
,i AtOl "; ,w i.-_,r.ilft t, whi it thr?_e fn r c -rp...,
i ri e 1,tC -i.C .1.- .-.- The FiLetn i C"!:C,'i er f.f Di puti -
h-.s pr.,I.unacil thie p.:,wer-.:.f tie F, :n.'.tAm. ric:au
r '.il' i'li C .'eorntiui--i,.ni.---Thit- Itali n u i '.irlioi-
le,tj, l:--. -. opened I!,u. iumbiiCiert'- .c-Qee-. l was
pa i -, i ) tJ."e.-- -.L...i ::1n..lII:, (.' iur, liill
l:" i p1l .-.. a i tellh batIh ii f amiendntmet-, to the
riuocediiat ruleki o!a the 1-'per.

7; !.".. // :,,r ,f .':, R.,,, G7.r 't'.
O .r "' PC. PIC .t ''ner" S miti ntr 1 i ml d sunk in
r-nuiirit -" ,: "' Tindilh f,," l, ,t all '" 9 ulli.' Fri'-nd-"
amd .'l.ei. o ,th l .t u t,.iUid !,Ld) on hi,'ore, av,:d.
T he iiniii. ,,: l- r, c i iiri m i s-u l .'1u ;iil the in .ur-
ann,. ti.. .?,i |. id p, iup full .\l' tel C' pital
St.-.-le; ti. v,.". paid ilp i,_tin urd, auil beingcij a
'* lin,.r-d," ri, p.iiy, .Il. o;,.li!i v.' o h,: eisbl ", ibel .,
cor '. tti. .1l to -u ',,wi lbf, r l,-.- d filu n r.-p':n i-
i.ility a a iu .'t.- tl, C ,.inti v ul.r. tI ,- Ihi hl _- oIf
pr il..l. iblr ..i.:- ,..i iu0 to :7 i.ini'ti. 't i n it
ti .. c h i,,,v ..;.t in'-'. r ill ,.,i tt r i t l i ; t ..I.. tr.; l,-:i, ,i- e (il'-
1 ,it._ i .. i i .. t e i i .. .-- .i ly b ut

li ih I, Tr no, t lo ,i- i mn o'1. tlIr''' in a fi '
-. _iCy, .- .m r ,l u liitiie iI n- L-I,,. .l- r ..u I tI e l .i.i it [e l it !y d ar e t te d i t l. .' hl. i t ui n s ( iu
NO G 'V/.
t I t ', 2 9 i 2 ,

"'THE PEi.Fl-.E.- : STEArlE:" A 1.. KNOT
I ,:S':IA .tr- i V ut R r -,.r i -, "1:, .5.\-. i.
URIIJ .. l. '."i ';i.i .
Mr.,.r.-All''-c I t(le CIn ike nm:u!ition t I) my
e'tc : T lhii..i-. :uI dia !,r ,. ii ,m rt.t -, i nli.i-'!t -, -

th \,,.- ,i ihe P .o it r ii, t th P 1..-.-
nl .. l imulc i tl e.- .,it 'u il !.-- t >- ,!u e T h ," h i1.. i j

un..t ...... , i i .i: .1 u l it: .. T he PL .in ,4d,
I -K. .. ii .i i -.- i' h:'. t ,r i- a. i 'l.1.t ,,
,, I. :" .- : ri i.ti .0 .f- i,- .''ip w ill e,- 10: --
-il l.:.t t .. v ,,,, L ,h .L i. li ,,ri ou i I. ,... ',,
ail i i..,: y'.ii w ,.t i i -. -i:.. i to i. ,l -' it- fi.r t[Le

D .. -, m b e r ,t h 1 g 2 .

At'i Iurilest was held i St., vu the 27th
and 25thii Nive-ibera, i.efoii- Deuai Tur-l.e-r, E-qri.,
Couer, t hii tuch tl.m d.:,thii of Audrt-w Eumi', a
., Cl,,',--d 'ev ihi v. h io s i-. i i, inet d iti the waC,-rmis ,,
h L a"1i." ,in the uoitig ot thilte 2.h id-nim.
ir ip, e.i- fham tt.;. e ide ce biounht I.efuie the
4.'.nit lb t '.e ,deceis' ,d aiud his f other weie- tin-
1.!'. i t. r in (r Ip..iti y ..-we d i i orn .-en bu., r
S ueii filo-il t.ihe lo iu tlihse' if lthu, n ,r 'i t .- l. tI.iar
till..d ail. tlii.C:d V_,i ihme: fittb irl i ,. hid l ilimn.,ilt
t L 1 hllis..if, t il,:d Iu !.) s.,%, Ti1.- a- ..i- leut ;,-,ie t l.b-
r L..g I.ii IslanId, who wts It' the .fir-t at,
the i ,-:.. .o t .4 di ,t.- .n ut liter t .' .;iL i ,- thi-
f-ith :r ',l d .i.i .i-.-il t, tie w .ti r ia.-t lor th.-
tuI.ii rtui.t tt I tl u,:m,., edei it iiha i.i lbi t;
f' th I. tt...- u ti .. i:,. l A ii tbut life waci
iin t -.. tin t. ..2 t.r c:.u ul iCii 'i -4 0. 'It .I-r a idl
ii.inyW othrl ii-l ,lairy r.-'i i:,l 1 t i-i- i.t.t l .t death' I
lljot '" aci diowtniu'L."

Ti.. Rev re'ml '. E. Kui.uht, B.A., delvi-irLd:3 a
lecture at the Odl-fi1.w -1' Hillin this Town on
t Ihe even.':in' :.,of W" dneJday 1'4st--,ubje':t, EItuca-
tion. \W e pr< toll thi.t, i.n twithstntling the nu-
f,,,,.o r ih.l- tOtate of the w.-ither on that evei-ug,
th! Itall ws well fille l .and th, l,-:-ture much
aipre.-iat.ed l.,y t'h:.: tI',.-nt.

nLr.Mxn.A Hrr Cr'LE.-At a iiieetin.' of Stewv
:r.1- tihi Town Hall 'nu 29th ultimo, the objeetiou
r i.-., iut th.?t P '., .D'.' nw aW d,.i h ,- in f:tv.ur of
3fr. Ba.rritt', b. m. DOLLIE.

LiE.t Colone. Lunrd, R.E., will not, we uncr.
st 'nl, 'mtie t o .:rrmnlI at pre-trut.
Liput P ,>.t.nt t R.E., ni- h itero, i3 oiidered to

0:;'- Seriral! Cootncmira'-iions, &-:.. intended fot'
thih iiieu., brave bet unavoiclahly ( .initted.

YErLLOW FEVER. -TiTe Nwv York: ,'j, ..7 ,1Y' Cu,,n-
,e,, of the 2i'th utlt. .ay :-, Yenllow feter ba.s
l.ruk.en nuit :: t St. -Aun,: de 'i P,,titrMC mnd at St.
Pa.i-',u. Oieb:.b-. T[h.- d e,-- s:,r.,id from thli-
I.'. ofi: l:,rs. who hldildi.-:d in tL. Uuitd State-"
fr.:ri the ,hi-S :i, m i il h I ,etu Iiur,u:-iht iho ii fur

A S.Gipi)lenUjU iM or nLyrE eol-
u~irfu aco,)lplnieS this issue of the G.AZErTE.
It einitain; the Pr.-r'eelihngs of the Honorable
tl' Legishativ'e Comicunil on the :Jiith tilt. and
I:. iWst. ; the Pruoeee.liugs of the Hotmrableo
House of ,Asemnibly on 1st inst. ; a Comuitnuic.a-
tion '" Conft'-rumist" and various uws Items

MAR FiED, ALE.' NLCER-- p.lir,.-I'. ov. 14,
Z.t ':it. .ln. Souih.-a. Iy the Rv. J. .T. H. S
1r.9.,-v, I A., k ect. of W ile,!.:,ti,. h, K'e t,
Mia .of tl-.? l. l, i ,,it-.,e I ,ythe Rev. ,. Elake,
I.A'., VI ar. l,.iorer HI.xuriey AI.xIu'N;e, Lieu-
teu iul R,,' -: M1a rin i Ai.' li. ry, -.,'i of tlihe ite Cap-
tain A. T. Al:: -n !, I.,l., li i'h R t;,iii, nt, to FAT-
trY HAt r I,A,;, ly 1 d.,u;'htt-r ,. th lat:-. R:Ilerf
PC-umn, r.t:n .C;,-, Ir., of S, ith-a.--T...,,l,,
.'C *,.,..-/, .. ... ,' I .
t cy .. .-:- 2C.,a-.Zsi .!-S.
D'lED, iu P,.d:rui,,,_C Piium, :u the- 2 .b hult.,
i -. S .AH ..:i, -,.:... 7: y u-.
....... in til i ,.. i P.u i.'i. iu Ti.ii s.l v th
lt ih,... a- ft .t i .i -t illi --,. E it i-: i ..Ar, tlhe
1,.,!n,,- %it. .,,t \Y It. ";;in .a n. rc"?.l :3 ye:u ,
1, triir-" ') .hil~ht-u and Ill.iny? i l rei\,v.s an.d fr'iend
t, !iriiir'ni thy ir ).:.k

By Public- Aucetion,
In Front of the Stores of Ithe Undersigned,
ti .'

The 7th InstaLit, t 1 o'clock, P.I ,
4LS. Extra :. FLOUR
.25 Boxes Et'tra Sol, Lomon,
Buttr and Siugar BISCUITS
Giiuger SNAPS, XXX Pilot Bread,
Mixed Tea Cakes
:i00 lhushels Heavy P. E. island OATS
2') Tabi. Tal i'>e POTATOES
25 C'Own. Kerosene OIL
5 Hnalf (.'hesta OulouJ~ TEA
50 GruAs .haes ?.IATCHES
I 'i T'unb New Yollk I.UJTTER
5 1IIC Ifi:s. Bre,. in --'' asLhig OD.:A.
25 _,Is. l-ow TURNIPS
i'. his. P. E. Island Seed (GAl.NETS
51.10 Ls,. Jamaica. (re-en ON EI
20.l)t) Stip-rior Ried Fire BItICK:;a
5 Bls. 'rushed Lo:af S,_UGAR
5 dal-1B!3. Family 1;i POHIf
5 Lls. (.orn :IEA L
5 Tin iPure LQ i;'D
5 C'aes 10 Gross e:-ic-hl MATCHES
SLgs WPeail LIAliLIy 1 and OATA.IEA.L,
1i 0 lbs. each)
500. 1 F4eet 6 inch PAILINGS
A.nd aboui,
2.5 Luts of LUMIBE'R used as fittings for
Stock froln ilo-ki o igg IHeetor' from P.
E Island
i F. f. A LK R' CO.,
tnamilton, December 4, 1.$2.

By PIb1)lic Auetion,
In Front of the Stores of thc Ulndulersigned
At 12 o'c!>,el;, MI.,

O ....R SDAY,
'lie 14th Declin ber,
l1y Order of iUP. JOHN 'PLUMMER, Jr.,
CilieS ot Tranisit if 'C.'enus Expedition,
SfLANVYASS F.rau,? H .UT, 1.31 x

1 C'anv.ass Framtec HUT, !C x 12
ih-,lrirI fIr enlcih Hut in 4 Fieces
Trjl.;aulji n,.r ec-li Hut as roof
2 i:li Lt DDFII;S
1 il a lvi'i CHAIp
l Hit:t)tlon:l! Woomden HUT, with revolving'
di-iie 6 lr-i diamn.ter
; En.,ty Prcli! C(i SS
4 LAi_ P,8 2 0O1 CANS
.OOi.S, consisting ol 1 Axe, 1 Brace nud 6

Bits, I Strew Driver, I inch Chissel,
1 Pincers, 1 2 Foot. Rule
/. If. 1 '.ILKEP4. CO.,
Government Auctioneers.
Hiamiltrn., I ecetmber 2, 18.'-.-2- 3I

Lime Lime !! Lime !!!

l VE L l)UiIlt with Cedar \1Vooil
S :,r.d '0l i, f in h ,reiii i tied at thi K iln
mi II.i.t C, o% n i fro m oneii i: t b l to '2,5 .i .-
t. I a l, i deil. ov'er :'5, tirr i-.t llt-iil .ti

,. *! :.p!i(ationi tni Glzi-iette I" < llice.
JI ai ,lIni, lMa) 151il, l, .

(', tr..Kent ~mns ldor deliver it an I, fiI
ot ihi I-laami can also le made.


AUCTION SALES on Firit Pao,)
of to-d:y's Gazette."
3Marslial's Sole-THIS DAY.
Geo. "W. Younn' of Stor-e ,-..r Manw-rov. Bay-
WV. T. Rolerts' Houiei-..'l Furnitlr-i-ON FRI-
DAY un-et.

fLorning' Classe.

Offer Instructioni in the Higher Branches of
Music S;iNOIN, D .AWI,:,. & P.AIrINTG,
Tie Clases' w'ill begin on0 Januai-.-Stih.
at Greenfield.
Somerset. Deer. 0, l'Si2.-Twice.

I M .11 N S E VA RI ETY V!
Prices According to Quantity atR
the Towier.
Dtceemlber 4, 1S.2.-Once.*



VrHE Undersigned expects to re-
ceive from N,:,va Scotia ex Brig. 'PirT,'
momently looked for,
800 Barrels Choice Garnet
Seed Potatoes,
Sel--eted expressly for this Mnarket, which will
be offered at the lowest market rates.
:('; Front St.
Hamilton, 4th Dec., 18Q.-one.Se'
Per '- Orinoco,"
A Nice Assortment of
Boots and Shoes, Hats
and Fany R, 1 C(LES,
For XMfAS. jiartictil.rly Selecredi to suiit
4.15 From n street. .
Ifanili-.n, 1th Pe,:r., iS."52.-i
( U P1 Bermuda Confectioner is
Snod w ready to upply te Trade with all
kinds or

at Prices never before I atnd i i i.i t hee Is'. ndit.
(Coiisi-1iig o( it l LeVin Loeoinorite-, 'il-es,
Ci--ar., .-c-i-s Ir1, Broim., Fish, rDi,is, 'tra'w--
berri(s and ev -ir so minny oth. r Inmages nude of
pure Stugar.
('nin ite,:s f',r Chli it, .is1, 'c 4.4, v
Gilded t.':onur ei.'.'s ifur nida'ay ci.' l arid
oilier Feasti.
CCetifctiionervy tutes, Ilaniltou.
December 5, 18SS2.-4

Christmas Season!
Toys, Albums, Magic Lanteins, Card Cases,
Pin Cushions, Memo. Books, luk Stands]-,( hiina
Vases, Playing Cards, Xrmas Books, Ba-kets,
Tubs, Pails, Bowls. Table Mate..
PRINT.1''-Printed Calicoes. Japa u-Fitguredl
Calicoes. lhoisery, Wove and Cotton Shirts,
Neck r'ies, C'olars, "Wiite and Brown Cottous,
Assorted Fancy Goods.
Christmas and New-Year Cards.
Prany's Prize yardss .
These Goods have been carefully electedl, in
New York, and are Now for Sale at the :-tore-
w1. H. W'allington,
Near Royal Gazelte Office. '
Hamilton, December 5, 1882.
A small Lot of
Xmas and New Year
At the R,-,ai Gazette''" SIationery :tore.
"{ -'p,-n for iubpectiou on TrHURMBAY,
7th instarit.
Hamilton, Dec. 4th, 1S3'.--3pg ti
] arm Wnuted

ARTIES having a small Farm
with CO''T I e leave tIp ir Ninmes antl ..Jdresses at. the
S-,l oal Caete" ( ffieL.-
II ,niilt,,i), Dec. 5, ISi.-I

Custom Enliries,
E L.tA ." 7@.. .tc\a1
A grTeemenmts for Lati-lird: and
;-t-e i lit.
At IRo'.yal Gazett..'" Stationery Stor-e.

A w a v s o n 1- Ha n d,
At "Royal Gazette"' Siatiouer, Store,
Jornell's 1st Steps in (Jeograplhy
Do. Pi iniary
Do. Iutur'iediate,
ilto Nvm er 14, 1882& ., &..
HU,ilton November 14, 18S8.


77, a'- di
II thie ki i II.nd u.Iu l.-. u n i i.-i t ihe L-D iunguilhed.
Piiti.u I.: :.. of His Ex :elui.: Lirut.-GTuteral
G .',i.,: r!'',.l l: "f Plr 1!,l 1,
COL. F. E. COX, C.l.E.,

ne 2th onqaw!,/ Ro"yal
Engine rs
5, r .., .,. y ; .,',: .:. ; v A
will give a Prforni.:noi.: iu tIe' alt ve Thiatre
on tht Eriveunts of
Friday & Satnrdal ,
The tth aud De.,,nl,.r, 1 S2.
Tl re P-rftnrrinni will -c.minIren.:! with tue C.:l-L.r.a-
.1 F '.,..- iu I A.c-t, i.y F. C. Butn'ar.1, t;itl,'.i
The 'Tur'kish BOth.

To fellow with the Ori.iuial Diaima, iu I Acts, en-
tit.l ..
T '.. 1,- .. |.: 1.T, To

S>c.ierv b)y crgt E. Br:anl.'e-C.istunes "by Corpl.
W M:.i a.
Ey kinlI r-:rmi ;-si,un :,f ( '.i.o)uel C'i.ui't.- n i.l Ott--
c'l the :-.' 'INL BAND ,of the il I'i-h F iri'
il,?rt thi- 'bit,':.n i M r:. Br'w'v vill j,-tlrm
Svl,:,:tin-. ,,t i,'.n[].ar u la aii .,Ir ,, th.:. ,?you .,
i)'-" . .l at 7 ,' -.tL. C'1uut ':' it p.Ml.
Caim .ig.-es ft i I 'p.u.
R!-,erveJ .-eat 2, Seci, u:l Seat-, Gall. ry ,,l.
Tickets .ai l Plan of e.ervei, l S u-. itt I" hi l
and be ni-u at th-t Stati,:.ur.r- :'t'r' a'ij..iuu ."
t h,-. ova I-i_! Z!t ltt "e1' 1) fi. I
t ae :,y. :l :'._ e'. e ofi...e. E ,rni ,:.n.
-_._ rp'c,-ifd tarrangeiuit.t; have L er( ri,a.l. t'.fr
tlh - Io:u'!;i ni-'" to 1,-,;v li'- ti l ITlul at ..
ou iturd' ,v, t 1i iT,,- i i : ,!lu.1 a t i:. t i --
,.toi ,.li e- t f..r H ai!);lt,.. i,', l],: .ir, z I iiiiJ!i'..i ,I;. ;".
fur B,.,'iz ti, l .-l:A r ,1 i-l ,.l l. ,it i,:.u'- ttr tIe
coc'ilk-u .ia of th, Perforimaniue.
Fare PRtnru 1 '.
Dec-eml-i r 4, 1S':-,2.

F 7 31Y E10tD00N
Via New York,
Per S. S. "Orinoco,"
Si ver-plated SPOONS,
F'ICK-, &e
S.,r-,ir -, a i. H ittir KN'IVF-;
S:.t -I'nt f t(i,l F.-it KN:IV -, ,,t Ni v a..Jd
n!,| i''Ti.-r,.s
." mall lot of/ 'ine Gold and .7il-
\er JE t 1.1i. I- 1 *
Nickel I'lat,-d 1 ': i;X.
B.--t Ila ,M e. 'i *in. !" i't.
I 'i o" iI C !' 1 1. .
.ia,.i e i 1 '' Y anir
iii'o T(iiaiht..4 T-.- '- i, I'- I. and lB\TIi
)i'lo I '.NI -'P'i'R --ti'gir li' IS:
'li. l(it.TtlEJ- aid ,SUI EP N for (.0
Jellv and Pudeiin I.O1CUTLI)S
l',-i:,to,,. .'TRA I Ki Milk-C \ NS
('C.s!) i l-Xi'S P.i ie OILI- tI.R
Ii]LCek TIN 'l Meal P ,\- ad i iD.!.S
B;akio I' NS, oblion, iound anid oval
t i k:e-r Kni;e TiP '1 .,md t I'l ,ue B xsKl'. :
,11 r'Lture W IR I.
i!.rle\ :,ind either Kerosefe [LA \%lI'
;i:es and 'i in Buckrie L-ANTERNS
IRii CCA.;l-.-i 4, to 15,' each
'. .rv IHaiidle T';ble anld less-ert K\IVES
IAi A\s-urtmer t ol fine leuIlier Pox ke' BOOKS
December 4'h, 18S2.- *

Wanted-- immediately !
Must understand SOUPS, J.TELLIES,ENTREES,&'C.
Liberal Wages given.
Aplply at Royal G-zette Office.
Decemb er 5, 185-2.-On-e.

St. Geor ie's hotel,
St. George's.,,
Propi, tor.
SN B.-The BEER SEOP under the Hotel htciug
- I rkettt quare Ia u e>tiuu eti: with the sam .
SDeeember4 I,'2.-3 i.


r. HE whole or a part of
I' i h the Property in Churh.L. Street,
l;: FH.\AMILTON. recently ..cutpied lby
t-t MIr. D. WI. HUGHE a nid formerly
known as tile ZULU ARMnS.
Apply to
Ilam iti'e,.

ImJpf ial German Consulate
at lermudri.
ST. GEORGE, Decnmb-r -1, I. '.
"' 'EP EC'RAGI'', alld MI,torial from
YV.,el sut. po,-l to be the G11,.man1
hip ', "ELL.A," o,' EnEMEN, bas ijr-n s'en
floating in the vicinity of these lands.
Informali1.n iN l pI ep- fully solicitel1 which
rutty lad to the idkntill.:ation of the ;.hip and
the fate of h'-r Crew.
Thi Co.nsel,

Box MAlaterial.-Lumber.

The Schooner Kit prisonn" has arrived
from EBangoi arl has oil board the Un-
\ 1Z : ,
Viz :
:3No ONOtP 0 X E
.. 25,000 Tomnato Box
75,000 57 Inch LATHS
33,000 Fe t White Pine LUMBER, at 11.
per foot frmuWharf
50,000 SI-N LES SPAR P
Box Matrtia will be ready for delivery
to-inorrow, Wednesday.
4th December, 1882.

The Emporium
Has Received within the last two

50 Cases CLOTHING,
Consistir, in all (the new shapes. slides
ani stlk-c. (f th e present fi-hliion, viz. :
C.h.v ,, ,; .. ,..,i, ell a!ndl V st. of Eng-
land P ;its, Pant.- annd Vt-'sI anl Suits.

,,. .... ,.. \ :.-
:peci: lity for lihs Season., consisting ii
1.,.i," I'. i rton, Cihviot, We,-s of Engqlandl,
Scotch .Frncv Tiy t-l. Pilots Nap uindl
FIu.-bin5 (oveiteIats,
At. prices lhat cannot iv, equaliedi in Ham-
In Stock about 3,000 Pair of Pants
Priced from :3 6to 21 .
It is well lnown that the Einporium
gives better value for money thuan any other
hl'LiSo in llie trade.
The Clothicrs.
ITamilton, December 5, 18S2.-3

Bos for Christmas and
Aelo Year Presents.
iC ('ar:fullv ,'llete'l lot of
OU)KS, ni suitabieo for Christmas
at.1 New eir i'rerit, h i.iv been re-
Cr i'v it t1. ** Ill'Y 11. :I.\ZlI. I 'T ; ,* .-
"'1 i Y T ', i'. ;,il ud ii h.. e' v fur
in ..eltonl ont T!LUH.'l! II tYhe 7/th in'!.
BamIiltu, Dec. 4th, l1.o 2.-3pg tt

Mever's Cough Drops.

oSK r Meyer's Cough Drops.
!M i;li nii have ,t en :il '., will let.
Ihe e ir f U .m1. -, Colds -,nd -oie 'hro.'..
You ley thlic-m), ns they ar. 'heap aiii good., IJ
per 1'.
N..eimner 5, 5 S, .-3 i.

On Consignment.

ON Arival of, A LTA.,
U from HALIFAX, the Subscriber will
Sell, Wit/hoat Iere'rve, a. Cousiguuent of
20 Quarter Casks Port
Paceived from Loum:nhn via Halifax.
Terms Cash or AiproveJ Endorsed Notes.
Supjerc.a.rgo Schr. "Alta"
December 5, 18&.-1

For Rent,
A L r ,tuante'l at the
\V'est tid 'of thlie C' anuow.a F;"n:,!, U ilii
i ni'liTi Roi n a .'ihII-e., i ontaiii g .1 Si Po'kti,
T"AIBLE in -,'or*d (iiiliton. All 'I r.tveirlers t._ r
f ,.n .'t, Ge,-,rg.'s p,-s I .e doI r.
A rare cli rnce fo.r a noatd 14 siiine,.
fe,'ceiiher I, 1"82.

For Ave Y1ork,
To Returu Direct.

The Fine Brigantine

-.. '. .', 4 ^, i
YoUNoc, Master,
Will be Despatched as above

No21,",&",]-.~I r,' lp .e. O a inexty

kicked Up, th Instant.
.. i eit e)Upl r ,, ,, it\ .

N tLis 'i .. n on .i tuiday hEtining,
IA I m til .9n ,i ti tbdt ff2.
I' li: Ov.n,. r i--n jlItain sauti .n- a'lapplying at
athi'. Otli'-. i ,.l p .ith, I erit ian Es-x.,.isc.
-iti.uilltOin, Nu;. A.uth, 1-:82.

40 C'euts per *Iry barrel.
En-agemuit-als can be made at Oflcee of
.N. S. IAG H.I-M.
Hamilton, 5th Decembcr, 18S2.

YNer York '.Tail Stram.r*P,


Will Dovp lamiltfon directly
for A w .Fl"ork
At .3 p.m.,
T U 1 S D o Y ,
7th I .-crrii r, I. So.
To le v.- thence rar rIeturn on I -itIh iem.
Freight, I'arielS and uS'petio on Froi.,ii will
be received tinlil C p.m. i6th Deeeinh r.
Hill, ,i of L inlig for FIr'ght : ii le sie re]l
until 10 a.1i. 7th.
P'ss'ener :-agye will b- i removed at 2-30 p.-n.
7(! Ifecemi h,.,
A geni.
llamiiilon, liiermud., 5tnh f)eepmer, IS'?.
Norr-.r-NOice is ,iv-e. tI.. Vr. 1'. .. S.
whios' ahid ?e.-- is uiitnk o\ n ih:at a ticket i Cor pi-
s.oe to Ne i York .ie- at Ihis agency une..,l-.di
oI. Pleae apply.

0 -t


War Depai tent Lands.

rJ'ENDERS will 1,), received up to
12 N'oou
On the 15th December,
For th, following-W ar D,.parta-nerut Letting,
No. 47,
ProsPEC'T position, con', iuing about '.3 Acres
of Grazing. Land.
Poss.-sion of Letting lstJ.Tanttn,, IS'-'1.
Form,' of Tenrl.t eui be obtain..d at '*I-
Commissariat 1ff-ic. Hamnilton.
T B. STE WIf"1T,
A. C. Genl.,
Senior Comm. Offi-er.
Dccih.a er, I .-2. J tw -'

: .

Corn missairial Office,
LHATILTON, -I'r Decade:;', 1SsM2.
Dingy and Ferry Rlowing
lO) V."T Wanted

TFEnPERS ;R'r tB- in.' a Dinay
rand F.-iry BOAT will be received at
this Offlit, Jti 12 Noon. ton the
15th December, 1882.
Formni of enderr and :ill ne,-cssiIry informna-
tion iu r ; .1:j- obtained at tii.s Olfice b':-tween
10 a.m. and '12 p.m., daily.
The Senior Cowumis-ari.i t)ic'.-r ri-esrv,:s the
right of rejecting any or all of th _- Ter:,lers.
2 _. C. O.

Just Received,
Per present Or,.co,'',
Please Call and Examin:- at
Fred. .1. IWhile's,
Hfamilton, Dec. 5, 1882.-Twi.2e.*



-N the Arrival of thoe S,.h-ooner
ALTA," from HALIFAX, the Sub-
striber will SELL from th Vess. 1, at Lowust.
Prites, for I ash or approved Notes,
200 BbIs. Garnet

Specially Packed by UHAiLT'r.t SITrn, She-
dac, in full-sized Flour Barvels
;-i.uperciargo Schr. Alta."''
December 5, 1SS2.-i

For Sale.

THE Undersigned has for
kSeveral Thousand



Notice to

Importers by
Steamers .

...- Receiver -enera.s Ofice,
.. _T DOE e82.
pMPORTEl' S by Steamships pcar-
,.ryin I Her Majesty's Mails are herebyiAn-
fonnrmd thit the tenth section of the Revenue
'C.lla-.tion Act. of b 1, w.?h p-'rescibd the
eon.litions .respecting the removal. oof(GOods
imnport-dl by u'.t- ships and the penalties for
nut confijriini, th,'-reto, has been repealed by
tlo 1. L-islatfure to aimnew the RE.v?,nue Cols
l .:iin .\Act.,' innd the following provision-
;aVi'"e n sub t.'itute-d tbereor: that is to say-
Ev-ry .Iinrter or Consignee or other
.perun to whlioli any such Go6ds shall be'de-
livei'-dl before f-ntlty (,f fhb- ?ame and the pay-
inut .:,f the du:i-. tfhe :'-aO s hall in-the due
entry tht:ereof ar-l pay all duties thereon. with-
in FivE ,lay4 atiter tthe e:tr of the iinporting
ship and1 in ldtfault thereof shall forfeit the
su61 i..t' FIVE poTitlld.."
"If any Goods being of a perishable
nature shall not be cleared forthwith, or -n6t
be-iiig of a perishable nature shall noit be cleat-
ed, and all. charE',-s of dutsy, removal, Ware-
Liuse rent an'd ,toreiage, i.- not p,.il within
tlirty days after the entry of the importing
ahip. such Goods" may be sold, and the
produce thereof paid in -discharge of duties
and eh. ecs and Athe overpiius, if any. to the
Proiii-toru of titr- Goods oil his application for
'If at any time the Reciv'-r General-or As-
sistaniit i'.ceiver Gent'-ral shall hiav' occasion
to collctS ,.)r entuor.,? tho duties on any good
which !jLve been imported, iut. not daily -ntcr-
ed within the tilt, allowti by law fort that
purtoile, he shall vdliie such for all
1,.pJs of duty O at the hbi;hst curi.ent: value
of cL''odIs of thie like 'd-es,.-riiltion in these Is-
lands, ot at such value as he shall consider
equivalent. to the' highest current value in
these Isl:nids; and the value so ftxetd shall bu
d-eisut-.l to bf)-, for all pur'poes of duty, the
triue vlu ,n of such Goods until the contrary be
shewn lby the Import-tr or Proprietor thereof
to th i-atisfac-tion of'the Receiver General or
Assistant lteeivr-r General."
The ple:nalty i!i;posied for not entering Goods
within the time allowed hv Law for that pur-
pose iiay be su.d for and recovered btythe
R.-c-iv,.tr Gniierail or Assistant Receiver General
b.-fore any two J ii.-:-s of the Peav'e.
j \.1IES TU.'KER;,,.
Reeeiier Gentrul,.
N.B.-From and after the lst of January,
1I-:!. the practice of notifying defaulting nIa--
oort.-rs oif their neglect to comply with the
provisions of the Revenue Acts will be discon-
tin led.
Dec. 5, -2, 10, 2'1.

Christmas Cards.
AT '
J. C. -K EA EI'S.
Hamilton, Dec. 1, 1882.-Once.


TJTE Very ltst TOrIC Water
over offered in Bermudad, made lcord-
ing" to the Formula used in one of the London
'. tilhs, an'l is useful in the various forms of
Sindtigenion, -tc. Unequalled as an Appetizer
and Pick-rte-:. .
Cor. Reid & Bu.naby ts.
Decr. ud, lI882.--2 3pg

(Red Seed) ready for Setting Out. Xmas &N ew Yeca Cards
A LSO, At the loyall Onzette stuitionery Store.
Four Weeks Old, POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 2nd Dec., 1882.
rJOHN DO NE, Anid.i:rson, Miti.aret Bean, Brig "H BI ek-
JHN DOANE, wood, loa Bereham, William -Beek, tanoel
Cedar Avenue. Cabral, George Eve,' S6h "Franklin." Blarqu;
December 2nd, 18-2.-2 "Fame," Francisco J Goocalves, FrPank F Graseer,
'- _------- Cbristi'ma Harin ian, Amos ilett, Joseph F .Liaht-
5L bourne, Josee doS Lud vico, Manoll T'Mora, Wm
Fo 1cjit H Rl,,inson, Autonio d Rezendes,. -Ptler J
SSmithb, Auna Stewart, R E Websaer, Edward,
Wiegman. : -
W- v11si gl1am l o u s e 1 5 -- '
For i.articulars apply to POST OFFICE, : T. GEORGE, 4lI Deo., 18g2.
F. K. OUTE, BIli[')GE Matilde di Uarmo Dias, Jo' Deailv W' H
SLightbourne, L'enjamin Smith, ,St. David's) Eliza-
WV 1-inglia Deo. bt ', s2.-ttice bethl Tucker.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
4th December, :1.82.
T-IT Excellency Lieut. General
T. L. GALLWEY, R.E., Governor, has
received information from the Right Honble.
The Eal of Kimberley, H[Or Majesty's Princi-
pal oif .State for the Colonies, that
Her nMajesty will not lie advised to;exercisa
pHr ]power of di',allowin' in respect of the
following Acts of the L-gislature of Bermuda
passed during the pros-nt .'ession:-
No. 3-" An Act to continue and amend the
Clergy Acts." -
No. 9-'- An Act-to repeal co Tmur-t of befl Act
entitled An Act further to aniehd the
J:oa.d Acts" as haa iot a''ready' ",eu re.
No. 1,5-" An Act to provide.for the discharge
of the-duties of the Mayors of Towis du-
fing theii- teimijorary absence from' hese
14lands and for other purposes."'"
No, 1--" An Act to provide for the marking
of all Packages of Vegetable Produce to
be shipped fromulheso Islands."
No. I8--" An Act tonamendthe Act for con-
solidatinig and vniending th Law rela-
fing to Lareeny."
No. 10--"An Act relating to the Office of
Provo;t Marshal General."
By His F-:ctllenu.y's Command,
I Colonial S'ecrety.





., .. JAMAICA. [Selected.]
e Daily Glrener of the 3rd contains some par It is always gratifying to be able to invite at-
ticulara of a public .Meeting held at the Town Hall tension to efforts made to the practical application
SK togaon,;. on. the evening of the 2nd. for the pur- of science to the business of life iu the opening up
.pose of receiving the Draft of a Petition from the of hitherto undiscovered resources in agri-ulture
Inhabitants of the bIland generally to the House of and industrial arts. The Vanilla plant has been
Commonson the subject of their grievances. John introduced and grown in the island of Mauritius
,t. Hart was called to the Chair. -The meeting was with must encouraging success. It is used to flavor
said to be the most numerously and respectably confectionery, princip.illy cbr.colate-Mexieo ex-
attended and more orderlythan any meeting held in ports yearly $4i,0'1) in value. and it's firth'r cul-
that City f..r a periodof over 50 years. ture is looked forward to as likely to add an im-
The petition is very long, commencing with a portant item to the resources of "Mauritius-it is
slight history of the Island, and after a full detail said to be superior to that of Brazil which bears a
of their many grievances concludes with the cus. high price in European markets, from TO'- to S','-
tomaiy prayer in these words: per ponnd. Some idea of the return may be form-
"Your petitioners, therefore humbly pray your ed that one plant in 3 years will produreo t0,0)0
Honorable House to consider the right of the Co. flowers, and IO0 pods rake a pound weight of th.
lonists through their Representatives, to control vanilla of commerce. The success of the plant for
the rising and expenditure of the Revenues of some time in Mauritius was problematical, the pro-
the redress their wrongs and otherwise duce was so scanty; when the cause was found to
to g0ve them relief in the premises." be the undue growth of a particular membrane pre-
W. hat has brought about the present move is the venting the maturing of flowers into pods. The
stated action of thl6 Secretary of State for the Colon- defect was remedied by making at a proper time an
ies, in making terms with two officials in the Coun- incision: this assistance rendered to nature had the
eil to support obnoxious votes, and to give a pledge desired effect of m.nltiplying flowers. Although a
of unconditional subserviency to the Executive in tropical plant it was unknown in Mauritius com-
all matters brought before the Legislature. paratively until recently. An individual from the
S'neighboring island of Bourbon on a visit to Paris
ST a ISIS saw a Vanilla plant. Astonished at its
BLer m u da growing in so unnatural a climatehe resolved to in-
d f ~trcduce it into the colony. In 1822, three or four
Made from Pure Rain Water. cuttings were taken from the rare exotic and with
.- ... all due precautions were removed to Bourbon:
Can be used under al! circumstances without liht slips from these were afterwards conveyed to Mau-
danger attending all inpLrtol ITe, which in ritius where, at first, their naturalisation appeared
danger attendinall ipoted Ice, w ich i hopeless. In 1831 after various alternations of
neost cases affect the system in the same tman- failure and success the first crop of a tozen pods
ucr as a change in drinking. ,water. was gat fhered, and Vanilla now forms a staple in
The Subscriber is now prepare'l to furnish Ice the markets of the colony.
at Dbpot, Butrnaby Street, from 6 daily,
and delivered in lamilton and Vicinity from 8 y ,r 1alf en rY7 WI
a.m. to 12 o'clock-Sundays excepted. 40ft.Wf tV E K
Price Half Pen>ny per pound. & 4 Q uMAJ 'uA\ A{'RANDl
This being i home industry I respectfully ask rI COnnPA .r V
a coniinuaice or the Puhlic patronage. I L A A
Hamilton, May 15, 1882. Office at ICE HOUSE, East Broadway.
SlHE Subscribers would respectfully inform
"the people of tlartnilton and vicinity that
hey are now prepared io artend to all It)rlers
for Ice in a fir-st class mrianner and at the reascin
abl price, of half-Penny per pound.
\We will keep constantly on hand at the New
Ice House, East Broadway, a supply ol ICE
throughout the year fi.r the benefit of our Cu- -
tomers who may require lee during winter
Liverpool, Queenistowvn, London, lonths.
-id Newj, York. By prompt attention to our customers and
SPAIN, HELVETIA, OLL D, strict attention to our busine-, we hope to re
GPTI TrnHE LVE T DE NMAe teiveea share of the Public p.troaw, ie.
ENGT LAND, ITALY, CANADA Ice delivered d.ily (.unda3s excepted) in
ERIN, FRANCE, GREECE.' i lnmilton and vicinity.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprises N.B.-ICE HOSE open from 7 .m. to
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging 6'30 p. m. daily, Sundays excepted, when it
to one Company) in the Atlantic service leave will be open from to 9.
ing the port of New York. They are built en- JOHN B. STAHL & CO.,
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de- East Broadway, Hamilton. I
corative parts, are divided into water-tight June 20, 1882.-tf.
and fire proof compartments, and provided
with everything calculated to add to their
safety, and to the comfort and convenience or
passengers. The saloons and stateroo l, LEAVEalNEW YOK
on tho main deck) Lor unusually large, light Dokj *g^T IIr i\s

No. 6, airy nd 3 table oand general appoint-e B Ii. t at Iam. '
.meits comlaro favourably with the best hotel -
in England.
One of these steamers will sail from New United Slates .Mail Steamers,
York every Saturday, for Quenstown and at .
Lierpool, andweMnekly for London direct, fro Jn. 1 a.m.
New Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage CALLING( .'A' QTUEEN.MTOWN,
incurrency:-To Queenttown and Liverpool, LEAVE NEW YORK
$50 to $70. To London direct (Victoria Docks) 4 13 AX 'Iv
$50 to $6S ; excursion tickets 5lt)o. currency, ;i. FA V.
Steerage passage $26, currency. For further ARIZONA 'ucsday, Pee. 5, at 12:10 p
particulars apply tothe Company's Offices, IAB\SNNIA "9 12, at 6"ltta.aj.
Nos. 61), 71 and 73 Broadway, New York. oI'O,\SN 19, at Noon
F. W. J. HURST, tLASNA '" 26, at 510am.
Manager IVY ,AIiNG Jany. 2, t; ll't01a.m.
New York, January 27, 1 82. ARIZONA 9. at 5-00a.m.
AHYysINIA 16, at 'i'l;Ua.m.

Rem oval.

Watchmaker and Jeweller. 18 Years ex-

Watches, Clocks and Jewellery
('leaned and repaired.
0:2 Every description of repairing done.
Quen Street, Hamilton, 3 ont
October 10th. l--2. 3 months


ducted jointly by us flon January 1st,
188~ to date, is hereby discontinued, and all
Amounts DUkR or Professional Services up to
Sepir. U80tj,-182, are requested to be PAID to
I'ttLEOO(tl ', iUT'RftIllHSE, and all
amounts from Uctr. 1, 18S2, to date, to E. R.
D. V. ..,
o o). V.S"3
thmilfton, October 25, I8'-2.

Hard Stone Lime.

For Sale.
A Quantity of the above warrhnt-
ed Hard Stone, for Sale at CooMBs
FARM, '-outhampton, West.
Arrangements may be made for delivery at
the Kiln or at any part of the Island on appli-
2ation tp '
Sr'peuber 's lF2..-ims

Horses, Carriages and
Carts or Hire.
The Undersigned having a fit out in the above
Line-Carriages Confortable, Horses Quiet and
Drivers attady, respectfully, solicits a Share o1
the Public P'aironage.
Near the Rectory, Paget.
July 24, 1882,--6 m

[St lectd.]
Professor Liebig is authority for saying Influ-
enza and the potatoe disease are caused or promoted
by excess of noistuie. He quotes an instance
from observation of the blight of hops uu.]dr a
periAd of intense heat which gave a great impulse
to growth followed by a long succession of moist,
close days, and subsequent stagnation of the over-
abundant sap. An tlde io provemaent in Po.r.TOE
Cr'LTIVATION is to piuch off! an in,.i from the ends
of the twigs of each plant twice in the coarse of the
seasou: first on the fourth or fifth week or when
the plants are from .ix to iine inches ab.:ve the
soil, and again in the tenth or eleventh week. The
object is to prevent the growth of the flowers of
the plant and to eend all the forest that would be
expended in theee to the rootN as well as to the
stems and leaves whose action on the air ministers
to the growth of the tubers beneath. It is said that
in this way the prodrne of the p.,otatoe will be veiy
much increased; while the liability to blight will be
diminished. A more limited form of the praoti'e
has been in existence for some time, but it is worth
being tried to the full extent now mentionied.

The Latest Styles,

The Largest Stock,

.In the Town for
J. M. McNEIL & CO.,
641 Front Street, 65

Fall and Winter Stock
Broad Cloth. Doe Skin
Tweeds, Tweeds, Tweeds

In Suits of One Pattern each.
Particularly call the attention of the Public
to the Unprecedented Assortment of the va-
rious designs.
Gents .4 Hose Silk Lisle Thread
Lambs Wool
Merino and Cotton in Clocked, Unbleached,
Plain and St-iped
Silk Satin Linen and Cotton
All Colours and Shades, White and Black.
Silk and Satin Brocaded
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Embroider-
ed and Hemeind-stitch.
Gents Tourist," Lawn Tenis, Cricket,"
*' Oxford," Regatta, Oscar Wilde."
S IRTS in White, Striped and assorted
Colors (perfect fitting.)
Gents White Dress Shirts
Bosom 3 Ply Lin>;.


S0 -^"- 0
TC, nC'30 "
'putI uo smosog Jo sidruN mnouetA

The above Steamers are built expressly Ior Richardson's 2200 Filt? Linen and
the Trade, have live watertight bulkheads, and Utica Non-Pateil MUSLIN
carry experienced Utlicers,$urgeonsand Sten- Hats Caps Lawn Tennis Caps in Hard
ar'deses. he'iea'uon Accoimmodat ions are uu- and Soft Felt
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the Cardigan Jackets Readyv Made Tweed
State Rooms are onu main dJeck opening into the Pants Suits
Saloon, thus securing that great cout u i Rubber Cos and Leggings
ocean travel, perfiei venlilalion and light. er Coas nd Legigs
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on Scarf Pins Overhanls
each Steamer. Shirt Studs Cuff Buttons
The U. S. Mail Steamer 1Orinoco" friui Hair Brushes Collars Buttons
Hteriud.., Thursdays, generally arrives at New Shawl Straps Cnml."
York on londays, and Pa-sengers' biggage cau Feather Dusters Whisp Brooms
be tranwferied direct to the Li-erpool Stuamer Umbrellas
sailing ii\t day. Clothes aud Hat BRUSHES
Agents, Merino, Lambs Wool and Cotton
29 Brnaw ivy, N'ew York. And many other Articles suitable for Gents
New York, Novcnimei 16, 1 2-. JToilet, too numerous to) mention.
Real Estate in amilton Ladies, Children's and Misses Hosi-.
Real Estate in Hamilton ery

Parish for Sale.


And Parcel of L &- .- r con-
taining Three Acres, Two Rods and Ten
Perches, movie or less, in Hamilton Parish.
Bounded Easterly by Lands of the Widow of
the late Anthony .amuel Trott. Southerly,
on the Sea. Westerly, by Lands of Robert
Peniston, and Northerly on a Pond or Salt
Waler Lake, commonly known as "North s
Poud." The Laud is intersected by the new
Military Road, which runs quite near the
Dwelling louse. Price moderate. Apply
early to
14th August, t1i2.
Fprolteetion sI'ainst IaR1f
AT TI-lE I. CluST ttl i .LA'TE iAt i E.-
Can be obtained frou the
of Lonsto,,
)ue oftle lor:gast istablihrted and Wealtii-t.
Ullites in Great Britain.
Through the tBRANCII OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insureai
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerableitem.
hilsKS taken both on l EAL ad PE"-sONAL
IlliPEK'i'Y Ior 3, 6 or 12 moulhs,
No FEES and no GtiAIRGE lor Policies.

Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.

Silk Lisle Thread Lambs Wool
Merino and Cotton in White Unbleached
Plain, Colors Fancy, Clocked, Striped
and lHalf and Hali."

An assortment of LADIES WEAR
suitable for the present and coming season.
White and Unbleached COTTONS 36 inches
%tide, 31d., 4d., 5d., 6d., 7d., ?d., 9d., per
Double Width Sheeting White and Unbleached.
Pillow Case Muslin 5-4 wide, 1/ per yard.

Fall and Winter Prints.
Dress Patterns and by the Yard 3d., -Id., 5d,
per yard. Fast Colors

Quilts, Bl:ukets and Counterpalnes
White and Assorted Colors in Woolen and

Notions in Great Variety.
And Articles pertaining to that Department.
White Goods a Specialty.
Tornels Crash Lonsdale Cambric
White Wisse, &"c.
And a General Assortment of

Hamilton, October 10, 1682.

Otto V. Brandesky and a trained Nrewfour11ll:anl
d named L-.o o'pper-ed .:.u the stage in Co'.:'..rdia.
Hail list spring. Brandesky sang hunting son.s,
aud, with the dow's assistance, went through ;i
hunting pantomime La--t sunrrin.r he lost. the dog.
Re-rentlv a Newfoundlaud dig ran up t;, him on
First avenue and kis,-.-d hi' hmul.. Then they
nuggied each other. Charles Ross of First street
carne up and claimed the do-, but Braude kyin-
sitod it was Len, and all thlu- went to E;sex maar-
ke-t to have the inatt-r .ttl..1.
Praudsky tfferol t, mi ke his ownership of the
dog apparent, and Juistice Smith told him to go/
aohe'd. Brandesky drew an engraved collar from
his po,:cket aud whispered to the dog. The dog sat
up :;nd allowed him to put the collar on. Kiis
nm.:." sai. Braudesky, and the dowg prang up and
ki-~e.l him. Brandiky, handling Iis unimbrell ,1as
a gnn, brought it to hJis shoulder and then took
aim with it. The dog: crouched as if watc:hiug for
game. He held out thI:e umbrella and the do:,g"
jumped over it. He odere,-d the dog to imitate
death, aun- Leo laid down and l.e:.aine riaid.
Brandesky pretended to weep and Leo spring up
and embraced him. Branlesky becrau to dance and
Leo rose ,:n his hindl leg-i and daucn-:. also. Brand-
esky app)roch.d the. bar" as he would the fo:'tyli-hts
and bowed. Leo also stood up and bowed to the
There is no necessity of further evidence of
ownership," said Juti-e Smith, lnuhiung, "The
Coult anards the dl-. to Brundcsvy.'"-3.r ',a'


The Smithery Business
FORMERLY carried on in Hamilton by
F. VOSSMER will in future be con-
ducted by
F. IV. S. VOSM1ER and G. W.
With their extensive knowledge of the busi-
ness, the observance of punctuality, and with
a guarantee of satisfaction generally, respect-
fully solicits a share of the Public Patron 'go.
Hamilton, October 2nd, 1882.

TE beg to call the attention of the Trade to
a new Article lor which we have accept-
ed the Agency.

Il the very best preparation we have ever seen
or used for eleaniug and polishing.
:ilver Plated Ware, I ulih H ted Ware,
Ciusppadores, I Plate G(Il-s.,S,
Brass or 1'lkaed Signs, 'olid .'iivr \\'are,
Nickc'led or silverr Pila- Si:da Funtrtains,
ted Show Caies, L Military f:quipme'nts.
(.)Or ay iunrtllic surface utp)n whiti a brilli.ant
p ilish i4 requireie witl,,i ;t injury ,:" the m.-i.i
and in lth little labor. Ii, all cases where nickel
phitig on Stoves has become dicAlored by
I.-il Lutro"'' will resture it to its former
t i'h*itne-ss. .'o i Ji.iir has it become, that it
is no.v the ret.ogiiised .standardl of the Stove
trade fur this purpose.
It is absolutely free front acid, grit or other
injurious -nthstauces.
It ,s a preparation of genuine u.erit and when
once it-ed becomes an, article oi daily fr:uily
ti-e anId salet are repeated. I'rice 25c per bot-
For Sale everywhere.
HI. K. & F. B. THII.RIiER & CO.,
New York, October IS, 1882.-3m A




Dr, Bryan's Electric Bells.
-FonR TrE CURBE 0-
Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy-
sical Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis
Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorders, Impotency
Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Headaches, Female Complaints, Premalute De-
cay, etce

THIS wotider!ul discovery in the application of
Electricity enables the sufferer to give soien.
little attention to his own case in accordance with
Nature's law:f. The belt acts by aid of the heat
and moisture of the body and evolve continuous'
currents that infuse the system with the vitalizing
element until the disease is overcome, and a re-
uperative process established.
The Electro-Magnetic Current, as evolved by Dr.
Bryan's appliances, strengthens the nervous system,
give force to the brain and digestive fu nation, re-
store list or impaired power of body or mind
whether arising hiom acts of imprudeunce, sickness
or old age.
Illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent
on application. Orders received through any re-
sponcible Commission house, and in ordering send
measure round the waist aud state the nature of the
comic plaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to
order. Address:
E. 16TH OT, NEw YoaR, U.S.A.

The Liverpool

& London ...-

ance Company,
THIE Undersig-ned having been appointed
S Agents in Bermuda, for the above. Com-
piny (one of thet leading Offices in Great Bri-
tain and of -46 years standing) are prepared to
offer protection against FIRE at Moderate
The Annual Report of this Company sub-
mitted at the last Generacl Meeting in' Liver
pool in May, shewing Dividend then declared-
with many other interesting Statistics, the
Undersigned will be pleased to show to any
one who may apply to them at their Office.
Hamilton, Bermuda, J 12.
4th August, 18S2.

"Long Island Brewery"


Fresh Supply recently receiv-
ed from the above Brewery in Casks of
AJ Gallons each.
Beer shops as well as Canteens can be ftr-
nished the above at a low figure by

Oct. 2nd, 1882.

Frout Street, Hamilton.

J, M. McNeill & CO,
64 Front Street, 65
Are ready to take Orders forGeut's

White Dress Shirts,
lileasure taken and Fit Guaranteed.

A Large Assortment of

All of ihe lItest designs.
ESample 1 f BosouIs, on hand.
For reference to fit apply to
!ianiillor, .1ugist 29, 1IS.2.*


A Speciality!

Fancy China Ware
corner Reid ainl Queen Street, Hamiltou, )
Oct. 31, 1lI.$9. I

Everybody wants it, but very few get it
lbeciuse most people do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
tug or making. To ob-iate these ditfficul-
ties Lhas be:-u 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 htan, not ground,
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuiueness. aud each package contains the
Thinberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's No. 34," strong
and pungent; Thurber's No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
yood quality, hof.est jquantit, r(asonattle
p1 ijc, Ask yoAur Gror for Thurber's
roasted ("d;crbe ponwufl ltkayes, 'No. 34"
or No. 4 I." 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 Ihl" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P.S.-As the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consi-ler it our in-
terest. to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and pack ihem in a tidy
and satisfactory manner. All goods
bearing our name are guaranteed to be
of superior quality, pure and wlhole.sone,
and dealersare authorised to refund the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
and consumers to use Thuirbers' brands.

.1L .l--1'.1:.GK.-D EC E ill B : R, 1882.

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I SO Jamaica Mail due.
4 18 Transit of Venus
5 6 [over Sun's disc.
5 54
6 4T
7 30 2nd in Advent.
8 18

New Moon 10 day, 11 hour, 18 minutes, A.m.
F'uE rItEMUoA SOTAL GAZEi TE is published
every Tuesday, by Dloon&tL M'P,.EE LE,.
Printer to the Queen's Most t.xcellent
North-west Cornerof Reid and Burnaby Streets
Wheie Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at tle shortest notice.-Agents
"St. Georges for the Rojal Ga:olle, Messrs.
(GroncEG BOYLE & bON, 'West End, I'ater



Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, December 5, 1882.


Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Thursday, 30th Novtember, 1882.-Pursuant to a-l.
journi-eit the House met.
present-'His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Wm. H. Gosling,
,, James H. Trimingham,
,, Eugenins Harvey,
S Joseph 11. Harvey,
Jaes Tucker, Recr.GenI.,
O.S. Tucker,
,, Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
The House resumed in Committee the considera-
lion of the Bill entitled An Act to amend the Act
to prevent danger from the Storage of dangerous
The Hon. E. Harvey in th.- Chair.
The Hon. Cavendish Boyl Irp's.-d thIbe follow.
ing amendmeute-which were severally agreed to,
Tiz. :-
In clause 2, to strike out all the words after the
first word down to the word "appurtenances" in
the -10th line, and in place thereof to insert:-
Anything contained in the said Act of 1867,
" Kerosene aud Petroleum Oil which, when tested
"according to the provisions in the third section of
", this Act hereinafter contained, will not give off
1" an inflam,.able vapour at a temperature of less
" than 73 degrees of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.
" may bte kept retained or dFpositedi in any vessel
"or hulk afloat in the Port or Harbour of Saint
"George, or landed or stored on any of th-q
"Islands within the said Port or Harbour in such
" suitable p'aces as may be sanctioned by ihe Gov-
"ernor by and with the advice and consent of Her
d Majesty's Council: provided that any vessel or
"hulk in which such Oil way be kept, retained or
deportedd shall not be moored or fastened or be
"permitted to lie or ride at anchor at or alongside
"or within five hundred feet of any of the wharves
"or shores of the Town of Saint George, so long as
" any such Oil shall remain on board of such vcs-
"a sel or hulk, but shall be moored or fastened in
"such placeor places within the said Haibour as
" mav be sanctioned by the Governor by and wilh
"the advice and consent, of Her Majesty's
"Council: And in case any vpesel or hulk on
''bor'td whereof any such Oil may be kept retain-
"ed: cr shall be moored or ti-stened or be
" permitted to lie or ride at anchor at or alongside
"or 'iibin live hundie i fe-t of the said Tocwn
" wt i' any 'ich )ii shall remain on hoaid thereof,
"such ves-il or hulk with ihe"
In ,l..aut .3, I, .iike out the whole of the 23rd
nod 24tb li.e, and in place lthcrnof to insert:-
"At a temp, rature of le's than 73 degrees of
"Fhrr:nl'eit s 'Therinometer."
To, strike ou! clause 4, and in place thereof to in-
4. It h-ball be lawful for the Receiver General
" fr'lin the It. time Io hoblai;n s-eb ,eft apparatus
"or it strtiininten for use in the said Town as the
"Govenuor iC I' .uncil b-hall dei-m necessary and
" such apl,!ruitus or instruments shall be kept in
the Offic: o the .o-. itant Receive-r General in the
"si'l, Town, an' ih cost cl providing sucb appa-
" ratls anidl iu:,-i u.i i-nis, as hall from lime to time
"he r:qui:ul. shrll be out of lbe Public Trei-
" sury."
In clau;s: 7, to -I, ik-' iout the 8th and 9lh lin,-z
and in pilce- t'ereof to insert-
"in force until ihe .;1th day of June one thus
"and eight hundred iand eig'lty.!-ur."
The Hin. J. H. 'Tririanham also proposed the
following am -ndm'nt-v. which was agreed to:-
In the preaumble, after the word L comminoditie,'
to add "--and whereas the M yor. Aldermen and
Connit-n councili l of the Town of St. George hare
petitioned the LeisiaruTe for the removal of such
The t'touniaittee rose.
'l he House resume,.
The Chairman repored Ithe Bill with the several
amoendlin 1ts. -
The House adopted the Report, and it was order-
ed that (he Bill be returned to ihe House of Assem-
bly wilh a .it-ssagep req'iistin, their concurrence
in the 1 0jil ..mnrdm.;ntin-the same to be deliver-
ed by the licu. Ctv:judish Boe le, as fA.lows :-
fr. ,,.',, ,',, l,,, Gt ,,' .,, ..t' the T ie, of Assembly;
I am n dileced by the Legislatirv. C,.uncil to re-
turn to your Honiral-l'. i, liiuse ihe Bill eultiled
" An Act to amend the Act I,1 prevent danger from
' th bt. 'toi age oi dangt-rous cotnumr ditis," and to
requn-st he )o.curi.-unec of your Honortilte House
in eer iin amend-inents which theC uncil deen fx-
pediemit io be uaide th.:reto-a copy of 'vh:cb
amtunlmenrii ik delivered he rewith.
Council Chiamber, t
30-h November, i8t'2.
The Bill eit lii An (o t umn,'l the' Revenut'
Colleriion A.-Lr," wa~ returned ronmi the HOuse of
Asemribly wit'j Ihe follow ing Message;-
Mr. IlP '. i .1; ,,, G ..d/einn i the L t o .A'--ti r. Ce.-.,-
eil ;
W1e are direcleil hy the House of A's';ably to
return -)o .onr tl'.iii. 'i te Hi us= ib- Lill eintili-d
"An Art It, i-. nlud the ['vt.autu ('t'nll cliin Acits."
and to acquiint your Honorable liI on_: lbat tilh
Assembly, itaving concurred in Ithe amriendments
prol)ised lIy vo ir nurribl-- House to be made
thereto, such nni,_ni'aoenms accordingly been
made to i he ,iii. Bill.
S.-ssions' H-uise, 1 -
20lth .Niv n it r, l't2 c
The Bill ,i5 imenled wa-s then read a bird time
and passed, nnrd irde.erl to be laid be-lre Hiis Ex-
cellercy the G..vernor by the 1i ,n. CavetudisU
A Resrlvet provinliung such surm er sums of money
to defray lie cast ol aCo.anission to be ap,'.4nled
by Ihe Governor to inq'uiie into the oigin a'd
causes of the epidimric lever which baa lately
prevailed in' It .,d',. was lrougit up hrom
the HIouse of Assembnbly inl read a fir-, lime.
'The Rile- as to seven. I readings 0t Bills anld Re-
solves nn the samine dy irving .een suspended bj'
unanimuon. cus:'ur, the 1ke-olve was then tue
second time.
The House went into committeee e thereon.
'The Hon. \V. l. Going in the Chair.
[he Committee rose.
The House resumed.

The Chairman reported the Resolve without
The House adopted the Report, and the standing
Rule baring been agsia euspencad by unanimous
consent, the Resolve was then read the third time
and passed, and ordered to be laid before His Ex-
cellency the Governor by the Hon. Laveudish
On the question being put for resuming in Com-
mittee the consideration of the Resolve voting tihe
sum of .150 to provide additional accommodation
at the Causeway Bridge Cottage, the lion. WV. H.
Gosling movcd that the further consideration el
this Resolve be deferred for this present Session,---
which was objected to.
Ayes 2. Nays 6.
Hon. G. S. i'ucfer, Hon. Cavendish Boyle,
W. H. Gosling. J. Tucker,
J. HI. HiiVIyt ,
E. Harvey.
J. H. Trioirgham,
Josiah hees.

The House then resumed in Committee the con--
sideration of the said Resolve.
The Hon. W. H. Gosling in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve without
The House adopted the Report.
Adjourned to to-morrow, Friday, the 1st Decem-
ber, at 1 o'clock, p.m.

Friday, December, 1832.-Pursuant
j urnment the House met.

to ad-

Preient--fHis Honor Josiah Reee, Chief Justice,
President ;
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Wm. H. Gosling,
i James H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Rear. Genl.,
0. S. Tucker,
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
The Restlve voting the sum of 150 to provide
additional accommodation at ihe Causeway Bridge
('mitag, was read the third time and passed, and
ordered :o be laid before His Excellency the Gov-
ernor by the Hon. Cavendish Boyle.
The following Message from his Excellency the
Governor was delivered by the Colonial Secretary:
(No. 18.)
Got rinor an'l wmndmr- in- Ch ;If.
The Governor has the honor to forward to their
Houble. the Lerqilalives Council a Sprcial Report
prepared by the R-eistrr Grneial on the Health
of thi Colony from 1st July to 31st October 1882,
which the Givernor b is de-me-d it expelienf, to is-
sue in con.-equence of the recent epidemic of" Den-
gue" Fever.
Public Buil.ings, Hamilton, 1
1st 1 december, 1882. 1
Ordered, that the following Message be sent to
His Ec-llency the Governor-thesime to be deliv-
ered by tbe Hon. Cavendish Boyle :-
Mayi it ph ase 'it,' E.rt he'entc ;
I am directed by the Legislative Council to ac-
quiaint your Excellency that there is no further
business before the Council to engage its attention
Council Chamber, I
lt December, 1882.
Order-d also, that the following Message be sent
to the H1':.e of Asserbly-the same to be deliver-
ed t-y the Hon. Cavendish Boyle :-
Mr. ., ,,rtr.r- ,! ,! ,,'L ,, 'c tef Hise A f A.,an bl ;
I am direcird by the Legislative Council to in-
formra ur Hoinorable Hou'e that the Council has
no further buiinc~R before it to require its atten-
Council Chamber, \
Ist Diecrmlber, 1.992. )'
1be following 3.:.sage wrs brought up from the
House of As-erubly :-
Jf,'. President and G, ,r, r-. te Ie.,Itol,'te Ce ,,.-

We are directed by the Ilouseof Assembly to
cquo4:ini yoi.r Honorrable House that there is no
furiher before the House to engage its at-
S?:ssion.s' i house,
lt, D)ecemher, 1,S2. J
Adjourned to Tuesday next the 5th Instant, at
1 l8,', a.m.

Abt,'ati of the Proee-diag.s of tht Honorablec
tous of Assemb ..
Ftrida, )Der'mber 1.-A Messago from His Ex-
cellever th,' Governor:-
(No. 28.)
Governor .nd ', .*, 1- i C, ,' /.
The above nacr has the honor to forward to the
Horible. fHous.' ,f As'mrnbly a special Report pre-
parel by rtho Re!.isitrar General on the Health of
;?.e loin freit let. July to 81st October 1882;
which the Governor has deemed it expedient to
is'us' in cobncqqutncc. of the recent epidemic of
"Dengue" Fevei.
Public P.ildin,,, Hamilton,
1st December, 1832. 1
[Priotid Copy furnished to each Member of the
A Message from the Legislative Council:-
.r'. St,..... crl" ,7 G.,itleme ftib', H-..,e of A~e'Idly ;
I am diirccted by the Legislative Council to re-
turn to your Honorable House the Bill entitled
'-An .Act to i mend the Act to prevent danger from
6. the St,orage of Dangerous Commodities," and to
rtqupsi the cone,'rrence of your Honorable House
in certain amendments % which the Councildeem ex-
pdient to be made therelo-a copy of which
aoendmlemns is delivered herewith.
Council i'hanmber,
20't h Nr.v mt.i r, 1.2 f
[F:r h- aiE. .'.n tl .,iluwled to 'ee proceedings
of the honorable Legislative Council of the 30th
l.nlt .]
T'h- House hbrvinz taken into consideration the
p;opi)sed ami nadaents to the Bill "To amend the
Act to prevent danger from the Storage or danger-
oui Commoslitir-," ihe l, 2nd, 3rd and of the
am.n-udents were severally a-rceed to.
The Attorney Geu:ralr moved that the5th amend-
ment (relat ag to the duration of the Bill) becon-
currcl in- which w.,-: negatived.
Ayes 12. Nays 15.
i .drded, that the Bill be nm.en-led accordingly
ai.l it b.- rutlur ?d ii the L. xiilative Council with
a Ms.I.'.;e ir aclu -int that Honorable House that
the ,sut.nSrly have concurred in the first four of
tipr.-, r,'DOer,- amendmentt, which thave been made
t the said Bill, but have not c'.nncurrcd in the filhb
armeriti..nt proinoe..'i to be made thereto.
O.d-re,, that a M1'SSagC be sent to acquaint thbe
Legislative councill thatthere is no further business
btlore the As-.un]nly to etigage it'- attention.
A Mes:,rage fromn the Legislative Council:-
.Agl. S'eta r ai.- t 0. ,dte'rtl i ft tihe. Jjuwn of A-'s imblt
I am directed biy tho Legislative Council to in-
form your a-,ota- Heouse tiat tine Council has
no iurn'ehr I usiu:s3 before it to require ils att-n-
C'jcncii ('hamter, )
lst Ducember, 1382.
.-djuurned to 'Tusday next.


Fruit !

Fruit !!

Just Arrived per "Orinoco"

Fresh I'eahes
Grapes A


Queen Street.
September 25, 1892.

For the Royal Gazette.
3In. EDIToR,-Without intending to enter the
arena, as an ordinary reader of humble capacity for
wading thro' o-eans of words, I will merely state one
or two simple points which strike mycomprehension.
It appears to me that Non-conformist in the t'vinst
of the 29th instant, is like a deeply and badly
laden ship contending with a heavy sea, and ad-
verse swell, now plunging into a vertex of confu-
sion, now riding upon the top of a wave and ob-
taining a .light olbservation of the olje,:t in view,
and then for fear of being enziulferl in the descent,
watching to save the life of the crew, anud -to- rg-a.iu
losing si-ght of the object Hie charges the,
with "assimuing that Bcrmntda I,,'elong's by right
to the Epis.'opal Church," and then state that
it is a palpable delusion that deserves to be ex-
posed.' Here he h.s mad:- a plunge, auid lost si-ht
of the ol-ject. The G.r:e,' m ike(- mi si,.h si tsurAp-
tiou. Then he rie-.s on th1 top of .t wv,t.e, and g. ts
a little glintrneriag oef li-'ht as to the s,-ope of
the Gazet-.,'/ ansiumtion t.i the .-teet that their i
Glebes and origininl I;rave Ya.irnl- ittaih.-l.1 to :iahli
Parish Churchi are under the r iutrol :,f i-1,l, R.etor"
th-:ruo-of, '" in trn-t" f':,r the purir'n,-i-- to vwhi.-h thly v
were appr.iprint,_-d' To) .av nuothlib of thb-
term n of years tlit this lin' b:ietu quietly ,dinitted,.
our Co'.urt i.,f A"ize- has con-firrued it I.v a L:.l
dei-i ion aft- r a f-iir tiil. Thi before Ni:n-.'oafrrui-
ist h i utat a 1:kg to ft.rid upi1ou in attempting to be-
.guile his rea-.ors into any r ot-hnr bieli,:-f. I-[H know-
full well thnit the Grave Y.rds are op,-n for the
burial of any iundivi-lr.Il lielonu'inr to tht' Pa.riish nn
in:LttEr whit hi s r'e.. 1, or Chiurch, or Dnoutuit'i-
tiion, au-l nuo Re..t,--r .ll re refuie -ii'h i.urial, nor to
otia iit.i whe*un nuiftieil tthtt his i e'rice t'I ret-qiu.ired;
whi-h pinv.,- di-tinictly th it ,-, h aud eter\- iudi-
vi-luinl .:l.urng'i to a parilih hs an equal ri-lit aof
burinal ii iaidl P.-trih Chunr ii Yard. There i- ,-i-
thliiu- wh-,tr:r-- iu the elainus ,f the Epi-':.,p:l
Chur,:h in B,-ruin la that pr:vi-ut-s any othr1-r Chiur irh
fromin est.l ti-lin' Grave Yard-s wherev'.r, and
wlh-ne-vr th.-y iple.te, lUi-ler their owu re--ulationq,
and: in pro.-it thiri'e:of a number have alre.rly been
e--ta'l. li-w-hel withlir,.t let or heiulranu.:e of ai i kind
whiter, r., How- uujtu-t tL'o for N.:,n-ciuformni-it
to clhar --- tiht : the Garz,,!; as-iumnies Ijernidla
b.el:iu-..-ft' r,-'iat to the Epi.-.op:pl Chur'- HI-
-laimni- that eve-ry Ord:miu:J Minlst.-r .h.iould 1. I
treated likeke.'" mineniiui tlin ori'h -hoiil.l re-,'ive
an equ-al sin re- of the i',rant- fr:.ini th.i:' (-'he -t,
or "he i- st;tmp,-.l with d--Tr.'itlti'.in." LUt himi
put on his spins, au lie:- will soa-un bee the ilis:trd-
ity of this do-triue. Ift' ine sh-pherd hras to tend a
flock o:f 1,.... nin sie--d sheep. ou-l i-..thlr to teud
t .... flocks of i t' ..,* ati, ,,..0-s it ,e-e:nt to ibe jui-t
that each should receive the s.ini, aniinut tor hisi
servri-e-, all.\i iri "',ue t', be :' as g idas tu..ithi-r'"
If so, I -heph(ird woul l u ituiraily pr.-f,.r a-t
manrll a flocik is-t p.,--ible, wl-.-;:a-, wev. knn-w tOvit
every t.iihthil il-- 1'iti-ter iu the Ciihurc e:ka
contiun.illy t, enl.irge hi' flo1 k or fl:..k- I ine.I
not multiply illustraniions which r.iI 1.:- fojunl ./1
i,,ti,, i,,it. Are all the Clergy in th:-- Epi:.- :ip:il
Chitreh in Beriniudla p.-i.! !,y: thtir r?-p-e .tiv.- '.--.-
equally, ai-,l '- is n,,t oue as; gooud a :" I
don't think .ny two Parihi.-is liSy thlir Min-irstei's
jui -t likek, iun 1 :i'r.- those.- : '.v ., ri, i i :- *i- -..:,il'ir
salaries "- t tnp,.:l with i ,.,'rail.ti,,ui" Th.- E,:--
clc-akti-'l C .mmiu-sary (next in I:.riti,.u t,. tiu- bI y ,t r-'-.'ir... ,- ; ,iti n :- th : r r..- r .:-i'
rP-tii )r..k.- ni liI li" h is liv i-Cr ,iii t,, I..- -- :s
good." Will Non-i.'uf,.ni'l-t he khiI ._hli to)
state what itirt of Cn'!i:teund-,in it ii-' wi..1'- i-l
(1,.r,1nr'-in a'-: uii u iu .'-1pial f'Jtiu t, i ..--. i- s
their pe.-in.i. acr re-intine-rzi:,' fi.r -, crri:v.'s v. n,-tIt-r
they mirinister to iun 'n'y r tI: f,.w Itf .-, th.:n
lhy should thi-. C-.ldoun 1 ..- ain -eptiOiu rj th
W 'l..l By the la t.'-_uts lI th-.rc altiie.'i t ) I.:.
Epi-.....piiilis Ii,,inIa .' Cler'-, averaging,, -n e:.

Wesleyans i'72 4 i 41:, "
Pre-e1y.teri.ini ijn 2 ** :' 4. "
B. M. Eii-:-.,l 752 4 l' "t
Roin;iu t(:Ath..,li' 39-1 2 '" I."
Rf-t'm. Epi,::-il *2iS 1 2.)S "

:379I 1

it A.

I' it jpi-t to :iy th.:-,: iall :like' I -erttiulvy 'Iu-
un1 t C-omiprel'.-un thitt i i j f-ior tlhe- t.. .,,.dl f rT' t,'n-f
ti.. pay i:tt 'f the Ti'::.urv 21i'0 tio tIirtei.n Cle'r-
gyminen. to mini-ter. t.i ,tI,), w.hl.u they c'n g'.-t 5
Cl:-rv t-yiim ti: mirini-tr I 1i.n0,o for .7u,, :lw-ays
prv-iil...1 that ,-no is a:. ,'od is aiutlh:r." I
ave tried it by the "Rull ,:'f Three" with a.
of doulhil- ,ixtr.i l.Lse-s and -riu't iii ike it woik iu
proof. But N,,u--,-fr'riu'st|s .loi- inii this poiut,
is of a piece with mueh else in hi- e-tffusion. Now
a few wo-rd upriin tlih-_ sulj-et of UGrrut.-.r,Nud I IaUve
done. H?,. uutlert kit- t,. i ,ii'rin the Attoruey G..-U.
eral tliht "I M.:ini:y for 1':eliz'i'ois grantI i- not >-h-
tainm d by t'jit.:,', but '.., .''s out of rthl': Treasbui."
I would like to ask hint biw it ,.-ts .. if by
taxation? IHewn b:-rin I,- is t i.Uult'l 1.,.t1 eeu two
waves, anT'l tlie olje ,t ,i t-ured iThl-? .: ,y fo:r
*'iRelhir.u- Gra;nIts" like t:hat f;r all :thl.:-r Pubilic"
grinut is raise'dl btv tax:rtion, :iud that is thie way
the'- C'olo.i di Tir-l -ut'y iz Suplplied with the
to ni-et all ga':uts. A t:.''if of ta:xes.f or CuLt.'hiijs
termed "duties" is d Iaud1 le-viel, out jof
whii'. t1h R-rli'i.ums -rant- are p.ul. Upn c(':n-
sulting rmv di:ti:Iu r:'- I rfind one f thi- d>-ti'
of "duty" is, "tax or i-_t:,rtm." I there-fore
undertake to :rn-w'-r the iir:-tiin ft..r thI,- Att,'ruey
General propouind,-1] liy N-.n-,..nti.tiniat, tlht the
money for lheligiouis '.,,ts .- o,it:jine-d by tax-
Novr. 3, 1So, 2.


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-\ ,.tlperir Hflorse Doiikey perfect-
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With a new style

Carriage and Harness.
The same would suit a Lady or Invalid.
Terms Moderate.
Please apply to
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3ILVER Watches from 60;' to 7. Gold
Watches from c to 20. at Child's. All

Dublin has been proclaimed under the curfew
section of the Repression act.-Dennis Field, the
Irish juror who was stabbed on Monday, is in a
weak condition.- The funeral of Detective Cox
took place iu Dublin on 28th.-The conserva-
tives in the House of Commons criticized the work-
ing of the Land courts.-Mr. Raikes, conserva-
tive, has been elected member of Parliament for
Cambridge University. Raikes polled 3.491, Pro-
festor Stuart, his opponent. Liberal, 1,301.--The
cost of the in Eaypt. is estimated at. .5,-
000,0001.- Entland has incurred no pecuniary
rerspousiltility- in connection with Arabi Pacha's
trial.- The Britih government is seriously
considering the question of the Congo River
territory which France claims. The claims
of France to a pr-tectorate over Madagascar
are exciting attention in England.- Two let-
ter bags r.ut'inuirg offi,.ial correspondence from
Prince Bikmarck have been stolen while on their
way to Berl;n.- Thli flo..-l- in Germany are in-
rreasiu~ and rtnd continuuio t fall. The Rhine at
Mfavyeun, ha) reiche,l the highest point attained
durin-, the ctntury.-- M. de Lesseps says that
the Panama canal will be finished by ISSS.--
Mr. Trevelyan st-ted in the House of Commons
tlat the number of agrarian outrages in Ireland
thia month waeblesq than in any month for twenty-
ei-zbt y,.'rv lie ;said there was a difference ,be-
tw:en the generall state of Ireland and the crimes in
Dublin.-- Several drunken British soldiers stati-
oned at BRarn.-!nh have beaten an Arab to death.-
Turke r refues- to recozuize the cession of Masso-
rah or any t ?rritory on the Red Sea to any Power.
-Assym Paechb has been appointed Minister of
Fore'i.nk Aff:irs in place of Said Pacha.-- A bill
is proposed in France aivinw all persons the right
to leave testamentary in-tructions aM to whether
their lbjdies shall be buried or cremated.-- While
examining a revolver at Vill? d'Avray M. Gambat-
ta sliihbtly wound:.ed himself in the .aud. jHis
wounds were not considered dangerous though a
slight fever set in on the *2'th.- A'train on
the North S.:otl'ind Railway fell through a bridge,
killing fourteen prionus. Our despitc-hes
wire further details of the shooting of Detective
Cox in Dublin on Saturday night.-There wasa .
lively exsliane of s-hots for soine seconds between
the police and the m-:u engaged in the encouuter.
Three men hare be,-,n arraigned for the murder.
Iri-h police ar: -till sm-nguine of arresting the
murderers -,f Lord Fr-.derik t.avenish and Under
Secretary Bnirke.--Five nationalists have been
returned in the Dublin mirinipal erlctions, r.-pl-,.-
in'- five libc-ral.--!r. Davitt savy that the Brit-
i'h o-)vrrnment shilioul beho ford to support the
Starving peiisants in Ireland during the coming
winter.-- A Madrid newspaper contradicts the re-
pot that Spain intend; to liberate the Cuban re-
fu''' ,Nrotati..ns between the Mtlagasy
enroyvi and the French government are to be resu-
n,.,ld Tur:key as-serts her supremacy over the
hor., .*.f the Re., Sa as fir as the Gulfof Bassora.
-- Dr-i1,.hi Pa.h-lii ha bh-en eronerited.- Lord,,r..' PB.;oswell won the M tuchestcr Novemher

One Hundred Dollars
r1 FIE above Sumn will be paid for
". schll init',fjiratilon as will convict the Per-
-i, eT ['cr' i nt who, on Srinlav Nir:ht lI -t, went
,i '1, ,Ird lth. YXacli. "ZEPi-lYt'," niodi malici-
til-Itv ciil and .iesiroyed her Sail and Mlast and
S ,il. the ini!ddr.
i;), Oct .1er 9, 1ei.5'2.

Williain James Heney,
Shipping and Commission Agent,
Q.-ieen Street,
l'ronipt:,it :_linI given toi covni nitinenits.

S" cii-ci. \a e ines ay's a-li Fri'lays.

For Sale,
A few Barrels of Choice Table
4. .
4, ....
H'imiltou, Otoi.c-r 30th, 18S2.

i LL the !ite-st Novelties in Plated rWare as
well as nei-cessary articles at Childs. Call
:nd ~Coe.

iW1T8 tiled,

( {bout the O6h of / november nexl)
CU (li0.1i, to look after a
r'elS' ;ifil i'tap.

.'.p lv .it 11- riice :-f this i Parper.
*. n .oh' ,n', >clolm-r im in, I"";e-.

lattress M lakingo and
' [LE Un1orignd is pr.paretl
at. B-Re soliabl'e ate-s.
S"Y S.atisfaction gutni-ratoeLd.
Salt Ahi /la.
October ->25, 18-2.

b i..L Le &T (Jo.,

18 Lta.lenhhll S-treet,
P ren@trnai a tleili-n gitveii t,-' Coonti-inmenitis o
P.-r'innda; i'lObUGCE .,endi the filling of Bar- orders.

Board & Lodging.

0 ISS BRUCE, Private Board and
L-_- Le dging York street, West End, :t
O,-tobcr S, I SJ2.

CIHILD can supply you with a reliable Clock
from 8/ to 3. All Warranted.

DP.. nOnnTSI'o
" T r0 mRiAN'S FRIEND,"
confidently recommended to the Public as
an unfailing remedy for wounds of every de-
scription; a certain remedy for ulcerated lea',
ourns, scalds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic
eruptions, and pimples on the face, sore and
inflamed eyes, sore heads, sore breasts, piles.
It also entirely removes the foul smell arising
from cancer.
sold in pots, 13.1d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis.
and 22s. each ; and his
P1L L'AE TT'1v-C OPIrtLE91
Proved by more than sixty years' experience
to be one of the best medicines for purifying
the blood and assisting Nature in her opera-
tions. They form a mild and superior family
aperreut, which may be take-n at all times
without conflnem.-ut or change of diet.
.-old in Boxe, at, 2s 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s.
and 22s. each.
Prepared only by 3EACHI & BARNICOTT
Bridgpoit, Dor.:t Fnglan.d, and sold by a
Medicine Vendors.


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-.I. I.CL'.- T ilI.FT VINEG \R, a pleasant
I t. fo. il,' e il Ce I ljiIt ti1Ji e tI i'r T lit and
Italh, a -' ni. ig i-'-nit ., .' I w.ui al Jisin ctanil.
For w'armi cu nilteisi 1- 1 \ i [ title e
RII:.tEIEL'-",* 1.'Li 1 i'i-'D LAVENDER.
t' ATER.
\ 'ATE R.I
RI'3M1F.I.'S JO(rKEf CI.UBI a. d other frea
grant 'erlumnue'.
gives ihe hair a hbun itfl lih, and impacts an
agre "lea contin es hei- i,. ao.
SOAP TILI\, i.ROll'N 'i[J'N 0 0!, liONEY,
ALMIOND, LE FTUCE, C( L.-TAIi, and the
I'"iler .'5r:,p in bar- or cake'.
ROkC E-I.EAF ned etr her 'TO[ILi:r' POWDERS, i
I)to e-, bharrel. anid pirkker.
H iIM 1EL'S \.UADLN'TINF, clean', wvhiiiens
and pireserv.s the I-elle relrc-lie the mouth, and
s'.velenir the bi eith.
I'.IM EL's A iOMA'TIC iNZONIZf'R. or Na-
tural Air purifier,-, fra r.-i :n [' .' w.,r %ilrch d;ffuses
the healthy and rl-freshimg f-inn.iaioiis ol'rlie Pine
tail .it.ilyp)lui Foret.'..
E. R I 'ti 'h.L. Perif'n-rr by ippnoiniment to U.KR.
11. Prince., ol' V ..!-e.s, i '), -id, London and 17
binal,-varil deg It rien Paris.
Nlas 29, 17,

Picked, Up.
.O N THURSDAY last, on the
O North side of Penmbroke Parish
z s' wfsil So s Yifn.e w hrifle
SNaif a'ff ckd Lf.
The Ownii:r can. on ale.lication at the Office
of tlis Papler h-:ir of its wh.i:ee.ibouts.
Thel Owner will have to) py for this adver.
in-utt and remiunerate th- find,--r.
Hamilton, Nor. IS, iS'2.

Receiving per Orinoco'
1 iRo\val G iz it--" St ti-.nery n tnore,
I '"v T ri-' I th ,' ll-'. i,.,vn
1i' 'M iN!I
Horse Co'lditioin POWUVDER.
l.nrittil n, ''e tl. 27, I ..

At Gazette Stationery :t fi-, fftom London,
A further supply of
SUNBEAM" ant o]he-r Series of

Cheap Reading.
A Lot of PA.'TEB .1' i);A :-uit.-i.le for mount-
iug Pic'1 ilt*s.

07 ? u*

iJ & E. ATKIN ON't
celebrated for neSrly a century past, is of the
S very best English manufacture. For its
p,'ity an.] great excellence it l has obtained
Nine Prize Medals, including London,
Vienna, Philadelphia,
Only. Gold Medal, Paris, 1878,
Two Silver Medals and "First
iOder of Merit," Melbourne, 1881.
and all other odours, of the finest quality only.

io st rongly recommended, being more lasting
and fragrant than the German kiads.

cec:lebrated for so many years, continues to be
made its heretofore itl s strongly Perfumed,
and will be found very durable in use.
a new and indispensable Toilet aecompani-
ment, and most refreshing Perfume for the
an.d other Specialitiesand general articles of
r Perfumery rmay be obtained of all deals
throughout the World, aad of the mans-
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Price s Fre on Applcaton.
' CAUTION.-OPurhr*atmer c a autioned to avoid
-,u "' tI'fiis by &,btervng that each article is
b icleita writ the 1 cra'a trade Mlark, a "i haite
.Kse'" on a. olden Lyre."
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