Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00104
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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PROROGATION ioF THE hu.,.,. ,,f.t-: l..q,'./,; } THF^J. ,,!I:5&S UVJLLS
-CloO il It I I' I a lth-uth thn recent l.ieni f Fev' Ofr stru- i -ic,;u, in t.:. Higher Branches of
.-n otas t tb ,.il :ttt,,.le-I wirh n a1 l ,1 .,Uts,
.oit h ,l i,'ov.- d 1 a type not in the h.Lt L i0, FiLENC I. G .AN..
SPEECH OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GO. calculate:- to cause any alarm, it ii a ua:t- Mu -NI NOO, DI-'.i:iN, T& Pl.INriN,
VERNOR ON THE OCCASION. tr oi. sin..-re reret r that it shoiil ha7e' The (,.I -vill b.-in on Jan.a:u.y th,
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To-day at oue oC ,!..,:k. H i E : Hell.n ,- Li-ut.- r '-- :, zt'...l., L '- 'ilti i ..i ... .. .....
General T. L. Lt.llwh-v. R E., G,(,veit- .,rr iat Co, U,:.C moi th'. it l.s? i:-n my :a- i ,t n-, oin-rset, D. r 1 ss'2.-Twi
mander-in-L'hief, a%.Juwipauie.! by Lieut. Husev, e '111 into to h orti -m n11 '' e.lrcI 3f o't thef -- -
R.E., A.D.C., caimndown-u to the Cui:cil (Caimb r mIala,.y, which seelu; to have been bmoiught J e
for the piu-rp,-se of Pirrognuiug the C.l-oniil Parlia- hither from abroad, and I triut that the
ineut. e:n: .ri-nI:.-_ ,v1iich hi.S been g'alied will en- -
At the entraun:ce to trhe Pul.Uli. BL ildinus Hi's Ex- ail.- us :.o3 to d-.t l with tihl Qu.1uantirn_ F celleacy wa re.ivred1 by Guard of Fhuur irm I; '_-zl:-(ai.:.ns that w- mayii be kept iee irIoj i RAISIN T UTNE.' D,
the Royal Irish Riflet, tiunder tihe (onrman-lf 'ap- t .-pttiiou of th- evil. Th..- return of SULTAN' FA. HIN,
tain Seton nu. Li.ut. MW.lnuire nu.d Halluan, ,cool[ weather ten .Is to, s-l.p thl .i r -a of '
a ..la ],e r,:, upt,. til,? entra ,:e ,.f t ,.- Builliu -th Fe r. an 1 t e r,,,,rt- s L the- M i l [' -.aeCall ani Exa n .d : i
tHi Guard Iriu- d trliu-; rnl -I tie-' f t i-i. Li..- v--. o *,
Regiin- ired l .le i e u.1 of t, P esion all ,how tha.r the C,-lo-y F no7 Fred. Ph. 1hi
On ehte-nig the Council Chaimber Hi,-' Ex,-.-llou.:-y "jioying i bts normal .-..nldition o: health and Nos. & 12
w.s receii by the Pr-:cideut and M-ieml..ers ,f Hie-r tf'-domn rmi f ii -. nilt-inD T,. I .-Twic
M .. r 1-, l; "nI L -, C. 5 .--T. i 1
Maje-ty 'si uuiril. Th-.ra v. : ;. l.ai-. a- rnl.Iae I a ... t_. : .' :.-- toi info'it v I
of ier-son- preit it, 0:Amiiil (s ..t i Oi.f :ii--is o:f thie that hi:' .', t ,.r'_ m ,.oattinu,: to w.irk!: kI'O1. THE
Army, Navy, und Cirvil S -rv.e, .,--era. L.;.;,i aud. wv ll, an 1I il.J- lit- ot th- B tail .sho.s d I d (N
a uumbUer of Civilianr th-t E]iin..aria-n is i njl.:i ng fr. f ;. pi.: -'r s i,
The Prvi,-u-t .faur-hal Geneial haviu.ng ,t.L-u :i- the Colony. -
rected hy His Exesll-umey to rem.U.-.-t the ltteni. -
at the Comu. il :Clmber ,i that IHi)uur.!. House The .Ag i..ltrt.d u. .,t th,. .. ., Album ._ i L .inte
headedJ,by their Sp.:akcr, the [J ou,:rabil.- .auel "5i, w .:. 0-I- e in..'ii il --,-itid f...:,: v: '-. 1 I 1i: -hli.h,,-. ,. -11 -.....:., In1
Saltt Inl-ugham--were so -u in jttt-uel.an.e, we h i-n 1i .c ttha th- ..:.:q.. -f tl, , "- .- Ya.. *. Pl-i_, r'.ir.l, X u_' :1
H is Ex.ellen,:yv delirvire I the followiug. .," s.. v ,: lly tO.- I i-: ults. TIln .. i iil-, rli-v1 .! -; : lan I
SPEECH[ : i ': :l -i-:.m (.... G n-il.t.ien. i L!a'.? Lit, PI!N''-- Paint- ,:lt '.li,:,-t s,,
,, tL .... flOJ V..l lr ,l.ti.:-- vi'l a C I-. i -, ,. .-.:- a m-d
J r. i 'plti ,,lc ( ,, ,. ,'' f, iv it ,i5av-r ti t Divin. Pri vi-tinc. will N-ck i ,A-. A ,,1l is, W lit;e uud B
.Le.evt oi,, ,isy l.,,.d t- M e ]s tt,.- int,_.re-ts A.I,i t-1 Fan i ;lI O...,.
.1I' r .'ipe.i '," awl G'8l,!.,.e.t i th, H ..i .'.:.r r.,f o'ri cn:,uinminity -,.-:n:r-tily, on, t e lI.,i B O OTr o-:" i N ,-' "
Hite .Ift .JU.S. .3 ; ,1 ,"t.'lL1 o0( us i'a,.-i'i'. livy.
It is with pleasure that I have it in --C istinas and New-Year
my power to release you froinm furtheli n- tR 1 D. & Pran.f's Prize (.'art
t,.Lidaunce on your Parliatmentar.y duti-. Tl.. *.;,- ti1L.flCl,,li: bje' n e-ueft
which hanv:- i ,u ,roitrtacted. to a lati:- dat; PrI teeulin of Shie Honorabe L'i -:;-5.e N -or -, .1 ,ir Now .i _
and I tr. that ttlih Acts which vii have Counii. oft
passed may t.-i,.d to adlval -:t- the t .ll-4.,.i, -- -,.l-, 54 D.ce'e, l .-Pus ,t .1- K ii
and gen'u,. juterests of the-.e I.Aln s. j ,I-1| r- 1-Pouse .,a-A. 1 f, f-
Amongsa the more imIpot.int ii-.;asu ies ',' PE/--l, lionor J' ..-h Re *Li. f ', IH 'rfEi
which have receive. : d your att-.ltiol, is tithe President; Near ,Pi.td Go:. tit' 0
Act to transfe-r fromi the Crown to th- ...- The Honorable A. J. Muolr-n, -. naui'ton, Dcrml--r ., 1SS2.
pr-eseutative Body of the- Church of Ei.-i.lmd i Wa, i!. GHo-lin. ic
iu Bermuda the a.iointmenr, t: to va.:-:lt lih .a,i -' iI .: .- .
ings. Her Maji.sty hy ben i1,!.t,-d. :, E.,.-,-s Hnr.--, il e \ C' .' O1 :l-
to signify Hc-r grat;i,:,us c-ntir'iation ot thi.i 's-. b H. i r'.y, _
Act, and the Sec-it vy of State Las ex- -14 c, e, -K ,fr ;,leve,'s .o4
pire .sed hli satisfaetio, at ithe iasSng of ,, r; .S. T ,.'cker "w.- -- ie s
it. I am glad also to noti,-e the Act c.,.-- C ,v.n b t-I.I ol. '. .i i..t i ..
tinuing the flaw which 'r .tits e. ,n. -urr-nt ,1 f,,'l. l;nw 2Iess .'T, !-tii i tc e :1 tH i t .t ... t .l-ni
Endowm ent to all ,l-n-,,winaiins. Your pro- lii..i mwa- driver I; lhi 2o,.',;i tI e.: >.;.ir, a, 1,. i i-n, ,) : ,,:; ". leap
visions for the am uii.uhnt of the ( iminal (j.'i,' 1.') p' 1 .
Law, their ii.iprov.-.:n it of the Mi .-ii.-I '. L. LLWEY, :' .'e1e '. .'
(',:instituti, t, :,t th.. Towvus, a ,-d the ;it ,L hJ- .'-.,, ...,'t~er:i,
muent of th,- schools' Act ale all l ,.nt-li-ial (,'.-ern,( r ve.i/ t.'c uawn.Jer. -C'/.'. I i.: ?.! ii jil? .
iiieasures, :tnl I anti pl *.-1 ., see t:- t ti i T:_- 'G-rern:or has the .rot O ifror'i the lh, j- 1 ,..n' tir.- Snew x ,t,',C,
have become law., il'. lt. Leeizila-irc- L i;im|, *i'. Lj w,ill pror-..- ua
Th A.:t to ..ub.-lii the pi; t iai,, r- 1 i hi' 1tty at n'- l- '. ,
Stea.m Feily bh twi:an B.jiltou :.,n th.- F ulic Buil-ings, -, -
Salt Kettle has. I rvti.t to c-.bh- 'e, .rov-.1, H ianill )n, 5'h DeceiLber, 1".2._ j -- -
thus far. of no avail but I trust it rinay The Fill entitled IAn .'let to am-nid l01- A cti 1 Coln i i n ~. og.,'. ('nou
vet be th, i eais o estat:li hin- a ll u pr- t .i r t frnom i :3; :.a' :!Iana..' .-:-i. i i ..-. B! ., t i 1 (I 't.-- n,
proved miodl of co- il.muiti2ationi betwst :u ".c.:., i it -." w.' bi. oush .i i r..or' ; it il :. ... a if ,. .i r ti;
this Town and the ,-..trn Patish,s. ..,- ,,.t.. r .-wi i l Il,.t.i :.; c.,. .F- F
The Act fixing the Standard of GIol-, .'. r, ai ,,'o,, ,r -.-_.'.* purters a1i Jobbir's Tc-
will put a s.iop to the pemiciolts system are ,e', by Ie H,,eu ,- .- ,'ml t'ay,
ofl importing light atl wvomit coin- into the .' IO lf Ho.? I."L-'P 11 ,;,i 1:', ,l- ei t,
Islands. .1!l .et I' -) Tl Iti- Ai: io p. ceal ,',, r ir. .- it A -enllt,
The (ero-tion of a n'w Gov--i'nmei nt ieli 'tI or_,!t t- ; i..i.i:.,r' i coifliiiiri.i a'im r. T
H oile was a rne-c-isitvy, and I a i l 21a,:1 to aol udi t H r s,.,, 'i, .u- ; .\I-. ;' .-
think that you h- ivh ? i.' i en b- lme t,., uti i k.d ,- b.tve c-.Li ii i ii. .. '*il -i i .1 *h i. I n.'iiV ,c-i' i r.'i -
liberal provisi.-:n l tr this purplios,:-, andl I hope p I,-p i : P-H i ,., 1 -i- rK .U m. ." .. e '; Oir.l.t ..- nuptly
that the Buillinug, wh.-u completed, will do 0 t-,.: ,. ,. o ,- -, .,
credit to the Colony. ..i.! 'il: '>i re. in- ~--. al -,i ,:-.,r, uU. :'j\V -ilnier 2 1, -'.".
* The menasme ip ovid-ing for thi-e i-u-'... i-r. t l i a-fl --I -. .1 i.. -.- .': Al..'
ti.n of eittlaiun un.xp-iided uidl; --. ill .-:,.. L ': -' l' E_ -
Iul'li.;, Trci-aI ry will -0o ite t" tow alds -,i S! .;'io,'; +-..-n L[ :1 it :tilt :.
plifying the state of the Pu' -ii -c,-ui.,t IIs' s:.-ut r, I' -2 I i -
i' .'ie aippo.ii ed ,o l- i E:e- d tor G -i e1011t
M rr. Speaker in, / "-i !,, ,<,' .... ,/,. rr' .* ::". id, ..-.+ A e ,I" -!r : ] 1 i, / ; ,, ,, '.; h 1 i ,h'. ..* *- . a i nq ,Ii. 'm, 'i I! i) Lr o r .. G .
I thank y,uu iB Her ts "jt' n'tai e O !, l
1 -rri I-'l .. i 1:11OPi ll, ;b- : ;li '.--t iAP.il hrmI1
for the sui plies which you lhave rr.iutel .,l>,"- i.I ;,1 i,,'7- F ,.-.. ; A i hat; ., CA .' -i i ,; ': -
f,oi the finai,.ial year ending on the :i au ,th u u .,., -.te-7 Hit Ex.. .- ', I
Juu nexL: and 1 L glad to o-:,se i-.I: th t;-t y .,TV ,s pV.,.ci o e.i.,' ,- -'; 0 .. ; t ,,,,
you have iiiLiatid the practice of tta,-hin- ,f,,i ,i, ;. I ,,i..- :, 1 '..-,iiei'n UNDI)-
to money votes a time limit, whet-by thel' S P EE C H: 'e.0P-,i,. e i.,'. -
year's income may be made ch-t'2i.-I,.Le, (s (t- i ~.,' .
S'--- ,i Z, ,.n* '.1 ri':' t : rdll .,.'n ,! .--I' .' f t .' .i:r ". a c ., .- ', !
fai as practicable, with th -- ya-..-. xp-l.nli- -' .1 -/ I (,', /A Ifi I
ture. I hope that the -tinti_.-ip.it.d r-unlts -'i Hun,.r te P:[ .e;i t a'. I.'- c. .. ,,,. ti -
of the taxation you have authorized may liMs Excellencu tile GovrLnor, declared tli ,' iQ.-p'it /] L,' KZ
be fully realized. L'olunial Parlia ntat pior.ague.-l o Mon,- y, the. ltl ,v. f2, j' .--,A _
While. I acknowl-dg-e with satisfaction day ol Jafuai?, 13. I
that the Revenue Colliection Act of this -- TI(CE
pr esnt siol iiaktes some important pro
visious for the bette-r security of thu PublicE ": 3i"'kv "f 4. "
ReveIlni, I (ainiot but exslretss my regret A lstre c/ liv, Proeedins of te Honor,-le p t ., 1 i 1,
"" -v; Zil,'t(m- J -itt. V ,,',,' I I 'tro
that ou hIvi not .le.n yOur way to pro- fitt.. o .-iel /j .o i', is liicLf. c '
vide or tinhe complete separation of Wtate- -' o .e, i u .I
houses wherein houdeid goods are ket-.pt from Taesd.y, December 5.-A Messt,, f rom HIis Ex. i:int*f l1)i lor Pole.t'Sl.n
the Stor-s- anIt V arehouses wherein the ordin- celll:ev tle Governor:- \i. !, I-, L e q.i ,t
ary trad, of the Colony is carri,-i- on. I am (i..l. '.! ,;',. 'c i. I l -.:
aware that such a rt.hang w,,..,uld1 lead to, 'o'. .2,EY i
some expense and, tt.i.porary it,,ounvenieucei '.L.- GALLWEY, ..;'.'. A i.
to Keepers of Bonding- Ware house. :, but re- ,,,, ,., 4 ,,',., -. THEODORE OU.I
guarding as I must :the security y oft., th I- ',.- G ie'. h, .ta t .-,r, i ni olm lie Honble. l
Revenue as a matter of rpramotunt impor- [ e, Assemnly ,&At m .vill p,..'.Ogue Paili, E. IEID.
tauce, I think tlhe L -ihlature might rea. ,up.,, this day ,t or e o'!,.,ek..1.
sonably hbe expected to plroivile all necesary Public Buildings, ito, Octo 2, .
safeguards for the protectiIn of t],e honet -milton, th D ecember, 1s82.i Oor 25, -:.
importer and or,:iiina y t,,::-paye" ,.-i st; Tv r U,- r,,, ti.
irr-egula inbrear-M' Ii.,ria a la*x lVdt- uh-ii..xceliereyth. Go t:,tor, irrd lh aead-' p j j
house system. lh- impoti.taion ot good ante of ie lieuc e Ol I council b.-aber d
subject to very high spi:uific duties, aaand se of tenu-_.u oe at. | C.'ouncil Ch..tr.
inte ed for i anwliatte re-esliortIatl on, is on ic w.lou ii Et,, u.,a les Excell,-e.y aco- A b k -' ,le .'it-sL
the icrase, aud over this particular br,,n. y i' s s ,h' a sel t ,,; iS j e dve t ou, .,( ,t i h hed C 'nus .
of trade the p1e tit pa:m.tice lenders it ld ,R Houe of Aes:. b uy-as foi t,.: "!'illi'- i h0.m tt ,Al i,,.t" i,.
itunposatible to exi i-N.l u liropler tquper'i .i.n. ,A L l i o.,l r..ii-,tii. All
I feel it m y du1 y to re .inV you of th, ''i- i .pap .' t'fi, l ,-.'"..J '"'/ ""t 'f., : Ga: ..: t i.ti ;. (ice .', [ .t-s lt' do,
serious risks tfli t att.:- id this system, an-d !iii tije .r i.I li'r- n .w.,.t ul ti. e -ouno i! ione.., r i ,i t' l :. 1 -,.I r. t, odJ lB.'.
that the Ex,.c-utive Govei iteut has done i1y co.itnfiu'm ill; < ii tiI':Ih'.ty the Gov-rnor, ,-, ii Ct, U iE
what it could to induce the Legisliture to caiea ihie prineit Columial Parliament, protugutd cib -
provide the necessary remedies, to t-. first any ot January, 18&3. December 4, le,"2


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foe liioi c-r "Jut Caison" has arrived Wa Department Lands.

S denuentioned -
.C,..: q 4 'fr ENDERS will be received up to
( '' 141 Noon
v z3: On the o15th December,
ajr 4Ifl JNION lOXES 1582,
O.yI s 25,000 Tomato Bo.
5, TomatENDS o Box For the following War Department Letting
75,000 57 Itcli L.LTIIS N i. 4'
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O-3J,'U 1r' ii n il t e ILUItLDi'BR., atI 11.
per foot. f omL\'lart'
511,tiit;i SHINGLLNS SPARS
Box MUateMrial \\ill lie rea.y for dli\';ry
to-morrow, WVil-dnesIay.
S. S. GGHAIM.
4th D,.cember, 18.i2.


T-he Embporiu-m
Has Rec-eived it.iii the las.;t two
;;eeks.
50 Cases CLOTHING-,
Cousisting in all the new shapes. slihades
antd sAyles of the present fnshiou, viz.:
Chlviot, Diigoual, .Sicitclh ;r-,d Wcst of Eng-
ltnd P1aiis, Pauts and Vt-ss and Suits.


A Speciality for this Season, consisting in
Bear.er, .'ielton, Cheviot, o est c.f Fngland,
Scotch, Fuitny Tweped, Pilots Nap fand
Flinshiug Overciath-,
At prices that cannot be eC' lulk d in Ham-
ilton.
Ill Stock aIIoutlt 3,000 Pair of Pants
Priced fr'lm 3",' to 21,'.
It is well IIown th-it the EnmporinMn
givt s bc-ltc-r valne or imnoney mun ny o0her
bhous'e iu the trade.
J.-H. ROBIN.ON & CO.,
The Clothiers.
Ilamilton, December 5, 182.-3

For Sale.

Fr'HE Uitder.sigLned hlias for Sale,
S Several ThLousand !
Onion PLANTS,
(tled -e-d. ready for Settiug Out.
-1L. NO,
A Berinudian 1Heifer Calf-
Four Wi-eks Cl,],
JOIN DOA.NE,
C...ar A veuue.i
December i-n.:, l.-'2.- -
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(\ B .r n;m,. nb ,l..tioner is
,,:,w ,i Il iufirly 'IJe frade wiii all
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at Prites In-ver ci- e i' d i i' thtes Is'inds,
.i ar, ->i-.,re, I'.s.. n-, I'i.li, Do..-, -Iraw-
b ,liJ. i 'i. ', i .! : i ny' : h, I lii- ';' .-i, m lat e t '
i ;n .iue,-i fr ('i.ri, ; s i't i, F.|nvy
- (hI. le.i :'orA' t,:i,..i s li.,r .' L a'.L) c ,i ul m l
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At MEYEi I
(.'oifecti.juery' Sturi':., ILUmilt.n1.
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PnosaPECT position, containing about 2A Acres
of Gracing Land.
Poss.,ssion of Letting ISt Jauuany, 1SS:3.
Form-.: of T,:nler .can be obtained at the
Cowmiss.ariat Office, Hamilton.
T B. STIJV.IRT,
A. C. Genl.,
Seuior Comm. Officer.
Commissariat, Hamilton, ) .
Dect-muber 4th. 2. t e



Commissariat Office,
IAMILTON, 4TH I)F.CEMBER, ISS2.
Dingy a nd Ferry .Rowing
% 'SO.I' Wauned

FTENDERS f,,r Butiling a Dingy
and Ferry BOAT will be received at
this Otthle, ti l 1 2 Noo., on tho
15th December, 1882.
Forms of I'endr.r and all necessary informa-
tion can be obtaineLil at this Office between
10 a.m. and 2 p.m., daily.
The Senior Cornis.atiiat Offict-r reserves the
light of iejectitug aiV or all of the Tenders.
T. B. STEWAIT, A.C.G..
2 S. C. O.



SUPPLY OF

FRIESI MEAT

For H. M. Troops and
Navy, Bermuda.

TENDERS for supply <.f FRESH
1IEAT for the above Srvic-es" for'fhree
(3) Years, from Irt iMar'ch, '-.'l will be ro-
ceived by the Senior Cownmissariat Officer at
Hamilton, Bermua, till Noou, on the
2nd January, 1883.


Forms of Tender and all information can
be obtained front the Senior Commissariat
Officer at Hamilton.
Atttrtioi_ is inviti.l to the new te-ims of
Co('ti:a-tt whereby arralgeimeuts can be made
tV) terminate the Contract in Eighteen Month;
"r to carry it on for 3 yea.:s certain without
option ol termination on either side.
Tenders to be in duplicate, marked on Eun-
'elope "T'cnder for Fresh Meat."
7.: B. STEIVJ.RT7
A.C.G.,
Senior Cornmmissariat Officer.
Commisisariat Office,
Hamilton, Bermuda,
/-Sth November, 1I3BS.-5

Hamilton Hotel.


St.G eor -,e's lotel,! BERMUDA,
MARK ET Q UAR E, PROPRIETOR,
St. (eoi g-''s, Bermn i td, [Forimerly of the Tremlont House
al. KtEX AELLL, and St. James Hotel, BOSTON.


Proprietor.Pran gs Celebrated Prize
N.B -The BEER SHOP under the Hotel thing C e b.rP r
Market Squiare has ni.t coutLetiou with thll same. a (IS
December, 1.e-t-3 (.11 1-Tl, New Year's, Birthday a-d
O ieddiung C1'1h. in nreat vaiiely,
For U It iOil C 110I I I.I O -, ifevy Miju.is,
P'A.NEl';L. EASEL-, ICtl U iTo-*,
-, LI, r ALHU1--'4, FR, .11E., &c.,
V alsmn haiAm HouseI. A Lthe New toreor
'---- For particulars apply to E3ENEZER BELL,
"Sole Ageut for Bermuda
F -OUTERBRIDGE. for Praigs Cards, &e.
W\ .lbinglha,), i.1c. bth, I -..-L e 'ce 5, 7 & 9 Church SI., Ilamihlou.-3pd.

Mattress Making and E. B. Jones,
Cleanhig. Corner of Queen and Reid Street,
*TEHE UndersIgue-i is prepared .0HA5 JLST RECIEVED,
to MAKE ant REPAIi MATTRESSES I r Lono va
at R._Iasou.abl, Rates. EN I a' youths rev3y-:iade
tisacti guaranteed. CLOTI-ING
aMRS. JANE 11 LEY, Do. tio. CAPS
Salt Ak1ile. COLOGNE, &c.. "
, October 25, 182. Hamilton, November 7, 1882.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


WEEKLY IIEPORT OF THE'WEATHER at
Giibb's Hill Li'Iht Statiun nt Hetrumn t1;it. I6.tween tli-
3rl and lOth li-ca., trnL,' Ir 1 :2 hl ,i lht aenj .ve
thI ;-.'a bt-ing 2-16 2 f-,t ;.t bi- : vwh..-r. t-r t,.--
glate:- is kept,


Datr..
"1.'''52.
Dec.
lPet.'

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S-'6 "i i 5 3 :Ji,1'iiim .i 'Frino


JOSEPHUS PEIHNC('HILF.





H, II..jilfn., )tcenmbe r 12, 1S82.

( olonial N ecietury s Oj ice,
I Ith D.,c..mber, i .
IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR
I has been pleased to ipijoint
M9Br. George TV. 5911II,
Of Soutihailmton i arish, M ateri Mtriner, to
be an OFFICIAL MARINE UI'tVEYOR in thesr-
Ialauls
By His Excellency's Command,
C.I !.- AD'ISI BO YLE,
1 Coloninal ',:'ertary..

CUSTOM tfOU E-]IAMILTON.
IN ERETID.
Dee. 4--S.-hr Ki' t. iir'.n, HFIlinig, Bangor,
Maine hbox mat-i i-I, &,.. to M. S. Inr1hia1n.
9- Bri:z Htrry Blar-k od, 'Phillip-, Lnt)cn :
uL'ow.lfor uercm'hnits.--Aenut, N. A. ButtIL.fi:-ld
& Co
l-Scrhr. Alti, Bou -he, uiLaif'x : r.,-,itol caro,
deck load oa citil--, tf -, t T') JT. iW.i s.
OCIEARED.
De. 4--Brru Ei B t-lizi B, Na. YNu', .-
Shir. Mary L. Dumt, ilinudou, Viliiut toin N '.
7-Miiil S enijer (Oiirie', F,'i.-i, N.:w Y',,k ;
Mails, 101 ca ka whi.-key, 15 e.:A.s btraiLiy,
builliug stone, u .:, &.-.
CUSTOM HO.-E--ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
D-cO. m.-,Bigt. O..tacilini, Towse:-, Deuoerara; in
dis-itrets: suna ar and ai,',l:m.se'.-A.g--t-., W. C'.
H-ylard and t'o.
American Yacht Intrepil. Phclenix, Now York.
8-'R M. Sreamni Alph,, Crowell, J-in-mica ; Mail!
and as'ortod Atr:-Ao -A.ceuti, ,1. M. Hayward.
Barque Peru, T.-afotd, Hanibuig, bound to Dalti-
more, in disirea; salt.-Agi:t, Johnu S. Darrell.
CLEARED.
D'e. 6-Am. Yachlt Intit:pid. Pl-bunix, Antigua..
8-R. M. Steamer Alplhu, L'ronA4, Halifax; Ml:ils
and PMis;.eng.rs.
PASSENsELS.
In tlh:- Ryall Mail St.-iaTner .l t on 7Th in-,t .nt
for Bernmudla from Jamaic-i : ',Li. At st',vui, Licut.
IIntlJtt, .Tudr,- Rae fromm Tinrk-. Isiul-.
Fur ifalifax,- -d /.i,.al-, : Cit. Hirn, rigt.
.MJw' osem, JJbnu Kenudnly, Qt. lMt.-r .-iLt. Ji:.rraiai,
B E., and Q1tifi-, it. Ma .t,-r S,-r.t I{il.l',l-, R E.,
Wif, aud child. Qt. Maatt-r S, r.t. Fli ...1, I .E.
W ife ud I chil-i'l ,., .--re't. Gri-n, I.E., \\Wife '
2 children," Waii .-r La.ne anud Wif'.-. l. :-
Thomais. H roli., Fr, 'FranI c.i. le-B ,:-. a
In the- S lr. r 't-1, .,n Suula'i fr.ini H lift'. -
3fMe-sr. A. C'. Hi-uvei-ndA id A r'w r.
In Mail St.iivier -r;, .'..' f-.r N w Yrk on uThurs-
day last :--Lii-ut. C. P. Natr. R N., Mr. FDivid
Wettherlv, Mr. W. M. Puwitr, R.N.. Mr. WV. P,.r-B
son, R.N, Mr. C. P. "Willim-s. -',/ C' : Ge-..
W,-i;:ly, R.N Mr. nlid Mrs..J. 1I.i'I1 and chil.l.
Arck: David Richard-<.
The Balk "Per-n,'" C.tapi-iii Te.af...rd. of Yar-
mouth, N.S., from Han-l.ut,_ I..ou,1d to Dali ignore,
laden with salt, an.:li:or,-l in Murray's Ancho-r.ao
on Thtureday lau- in want of provisio,u, &.-. The
Captain L.ainig .ci-lid to lriing hi vr:--s,l into ti'o
Harbhr Oif St. Georxi.- tih Tugl-oat Britaunii."
"was employed, and ion Fril.iay mornin-: t.',ut pix
o'clock toi.,k her in tow aod v' oiitc it'. thei? (Ch.inn-lA
the e, f--I "cut on shlir,- n the irt.-t 'tiledof it and
rem aimn.-l tl-i-re uutil hii h tid- tl.at i-v in ;; -hin,
havinr-" a pr -., of (':auva>-i o(i, -I':- ,".n e ott und l6--
f,'roe -he ,could be t..ippe-d a-,ain tolo"k the ground onU
the Nurthlia-t 4shorc of St. David's Islfand. On
8tiurdiv mi nitini sh. e- wna towd i.l .I by' the BPi-
t'unila," lbit :i-rain wnut on chu-r, on th.'- Ttrtil--.
hend Shoal at ti-e Stouth ot tl,,- CLhaim l. ,wh.re -he
lav t til thr- follo;in l nm:.-rniu:-, when the Bri-
t rid'Id "' av:in tok li: r in tuw annd on rea.l'hiu t,,ho
r.:,iJti ,.f'th l Hi boul r -lie again iv ut a-her.- ia-
th,,iwt'it (haumi.l where t-he ,ill renminu. Exertions
are being ui-el, and st-am pumps employed, and
mope, euterlained that she would be removed last
fti-ring :t hijhm tidr.- Ve,-si-l i.. leankling badly, part
of the carg.o hit bc-en jettionTed.--A-ent, J S. Darrell.
H. M. S. T:,rn, wauthe ouly S-hip of W'ar at Ja-
maicn ii the ":.t instant.
H. M. S. 6r)lrfoni left for Nassau, N.P., on 3'th
u timo.
H.M.'is h;-i is,. Ni.-"t' ,r,.tuni, .,m.., F!.,,o'-,, and
T..ne,., left Halifax on the '2nd utilt. for Atiguja.

A "StAR ParpAr.-There wa-i brought t. ourt
Office lat we,-,k, by Mr. J. Parker. a Paupai i ith
a perfectly fnnrmed Star on it-the St:tr i-s grc ; on
a brow-n ira.e--it lhuok., as if it iwa.a artfully .lirou;ht
about duriL-, it.s gro:wtl. We. are told th.lie i a
tie in a garden in this Parit.h that produi.:L. this
fluit all of which are similarly marked.
The Sewile Orancie tr.es thlirouehout the Iland,
are, we are told, well lileu with fruit, niorepar-ti,.u-
larly in and near Tucl:e'-r'e Town. The Sevile Or'ane
was much in request in Beruud: ta le years ein,:
for the purpose of making zoamnalade, int of lit,.u
years thai article i.an be imported at so low a fi-ure
that its preparation here ha5 been to a 're:t extent
discontinued. The Sevile Orange is by somi prir--e-
fered lo tiat of the sweet. 'e have leen ini.rmied
by a geonfitun .'f his intention to fin nwrd aisarnple
lot of this fruit to Me'ssrs. Thurber & Co., of New
York,.with a view of ascertaining. whether the ex-
portation of same would pay.
T.ArsrT orF VExts.-rObseirvt.ions of the Ti-,anit
of Venus were made ou 'W\,dlteidP. last by thu
Astro-piners sent out tra'i, England at ,0ibb.l' Hill,
by htis H'.Inor the Chief Jisti:e 'at tlihe Publie
Buildincga, and b.'li'Captain Clappat Ireland Islnd,t,
the result has.iot as yet been made' known. We
will &ndeavouar to give particulars in our next.

A PnassNrA'IoN.-On M-.nday eveimin'- 4th in-t.,
a present in- the shape of "' a pirse of luoncy" by
the Sergt.-Major and un.conarmiissioued c.tti-cra, '
R.E., at. their Mesa Room,- ProsTei.r, to Se-r't.


DA.Trn GaFz., c.n 1,i leaIing, Peramidn tir Enlpland
via Halifax; after'rtl-e 'p-Vsitati:on alli {hbi ,aties
terested partook of a repast prepared for the oci.a.-
bion.


The Bermc' uda LegLiraiur'e iand lite
Clhurdeie.
We have nf'trly two ro-mnlur mnora .:if the C.-'.., .,/
e..rr-e-siponl-rneo. .u the iisul.ij- t i.t C('liiurh au. St dte
in Bermmid.a, but nu:. t -it inot.it. n yet to e-It.)lish
either *-t the i .i-.mrtiis w-li.hi the writer h it ...--e
ch.dlth:r- e.l to -mi-t.in I.- pr,..:i.f. )n.-uf.:,urth of! thi
-' .":- de.ntil t" ,,u el -.imrite itt'. lpt to ':-val? their
as-mie r-ie-.l would h!--v! .m-ii,_e, to, ,iioite th,:. A.-t mo,'
Acta, !i.d th,-y. exis-t...-1, whiii:-h di.:id.= I thie C(.:,!ouv
int.., P.ariv :-., lo-,:d,0 th, ( .'hur. ,l Y.-,r,.l : 'i.t 'till
but the .l-, tor-, ir.d .d IttI-.l th:.. 1 l:1.v, ot .:f
ihe,- pulIi.: l; -iun. T ihe. C'..l..i-l '-.-t route B,3-.k, it
iimui- b: :t. ,r ni....i.-1, miI-t i..t n',t i,-eA- ty '.nut .i thi .
pro,,oi: o" ti,-".- A t. -. ntl i i th.r 7 ir. tru.. If u-1
quL, it !.tu is iiinu'r'hr fi-:'w.-rd to -ouit liu tIleit is it
'u I ': pr,:.tunant pr.j',f tint i thev-Yianmot ti.:- I -.t tined,-
au.l that the 'i.-:i tit.l .'; ."i-,: :o.utr r'V to: tIh: f.I.:t ?
Th.- writer ind-i. itki., t-. 1h.:-li.ve, o ,r trie-
to ni.,ike otheiea l.eli.:vnl. tl.,t thei- t.iatin-en-t iu
the,- C.-: ,. : of thiI: 2,th ittimi.i, th.it the Sta-
tute I 'B..l--k o:-ntduineid al:.und-ilit evi.ii-n,:e of thi(
titl,- at the Ctihurtrh .-if Eun.1 ud to the mI-iuds li, 1
by it in B-rimud.- i-c miuixi:klut to u a -in:.lnii.-iu tIh:il
tii'- Le-ci-atu re : ,:- thi :,-.- 1 i -Is t,. thi- C'hiir..h.
][e (ertf.,uily >,ounnis very stri..tii'Ny on the .stupility
of the Ber-Inmiau alInipr.erl itf ,i: Scp.ipo,:s thai
that bl.,ii ht,.d :ra..-taii- .i'uu.,t draww a distinrti..,r
1'etw eo n ; ,, : ,'- ..'!.'t ow l th : e .,' .'. ,,' :: :.'.
T he e-v ,.'- it i- :le,'r, ti,- r( -.. ..-c- i -l. ,n-lean
h'-s fiuimd in thit Co.',,,ial L:,v- If htie .ie. fuli u.
thie L1w ,,', .; ... ,:;,, ,, ,, hv, y, V ,I..i.. m ,ore
d,:,-a ie not .la :,te it .
He has indeed c.iope.'-d a p.ntl..aLii lilt of lir,-up
sitionti, 1.- in niutal.,.-r, whi-h I,:- pi.:,i,.,-e to C-tt.ih
liibh iu the c ofur.. of time. But wi.ul it naI-t A i
.i- -ll to itart eitheI r b. l p -\ii -, ,..i-, if th it ,.:auu...
Le, d :.ne, I y, i tuI lu ;i-..inui.-uii I-, th- .. ruIn.Ils i.il
wbi-hi hle i ende.tvour-'.-: to .ith s tiin'mtia i-.u tir,
Le-iratur_.. r
Or, if th -t it niot t.:o 1. doinue, d1,hi, h.: v-ally mi.i--m
t,- l.a thle thiite... ,,L _.-r 1 r"-...- it Liu to \v ii,'1 wt
(:;illed atte iioln la-t wi e:- i :. !. ':, thai t ,: t11 h .t tih
5' Epi-opipl MJi.t-tr -e dr:.u- -;uaLillv '14,1 tr,-m
th-: Tr.-a-.ury vW-ih lt _',mii t.-. ll ,viii f t,'h ir futufi;
coitfi.rt, t',t th.- (hm ,ii ,t F, d..:'! i L..e-i uo' t .-' -
e-., a foit i of ro, un in th.-, I-l-.i .l- t, ti:e pt
session of whi'ih it has n:.,t .e- :n h.-l-. .1 1-v tIie inu;i
.y aof .ut- ooitfo ti-its., an I tl..it thI.i r:'!i. 'ui-i.
gr;nuts paid out .f tl.e Tr,-.- .uv m.- u.:.t ..i- tiu
ed fr,:,ri t.x.ati.,u, v. i ,r- tli--m i. t r'-:.,. ut, tha:
is to y .li..y pAli..mhen-l.:., Iat L.r n .1- :t d B.f- u.LJ
mr.:r withdrani-r "
WV at-, pron' i ir -. L hi.'i ,iF .'.l r,:onf r ..i tf'.
.,.-li i n. -, a i thI- tr-t of the- I I .r.-a p -ti- i
Ih'.i the writ-'' it. -.hi:tt t,:. eAt'B, ii-.h, u ,,,..i
T hl E _i+.,pil Cl' ir h,' i. c. iL,. th iL rii I .12
I,,:t i, v: :..., ';, .I i. ,.t I in ,',.,-L. T hi'- E- i-
S,.op 'i ChiI h v.',.. ;.-ih ..:. .t by thI e ...,.1. --
Eu-inr. I., fole aiud dhiI Iiunk. t ',It lI rinod, mud wi
"- :Lt'.h-.! Iy lay unmeii:neiii.oftei tw atd thlurough' .
Si..ut th{e Eumpire."i
Now, it r v.aivin the ht ofthe it itf the Pul.li.: t,
Sreiply to th i;-esitiu-s we tLav. a-led ab.:ut thi
i-tioun -if our .vri L.-:ri-slitut.e ith r.,-pe-, t t-i., Chlr.
prop.:.pr ty, inu.ti.i;rh na the C',oli:,inial A--sei'.'lyv h.i
L t:n -.1..1 in.i. bi. ll publiclyy ni *l, .- we tn:int.iiu
so ui*ju l', -. iii ia ti-:.,1 with r-l,i.I.::nu to ('h[ r-. 1
property, w hall i tainly ,wait i', con-il- r.i.il
ear.-:init'v tin pir -'oft- that tl,, EpiE-e.... .-l Chii.trh trm--o
1612 t,, 1,. ',i a.1-. unot lie( 'hur.-h of,: E:,-luand. Th.i
pr,:.po, iti,..n inu --d i- I.:.t \,-", In. i.ly, exp .:--e..l
but nu..i d-ult it %-ill ).-., ini. -rp ..i,.te- fr,, us iu th-. -
iquel. TakingI" the word in their noriinarnv -si-an-i
c'ition, w,, incline to think th-it, uinl.-s_ th,:- wriit,i
h.-na tudiuil the Hiitory .:.f Eu.-laiud nmu--h 11101.
sut.'-'.ssfully than that of PBerlnau11.i, he will u.
more .su-i etd in establi-hinuU the tir,-t of hi-i 1. prm.,
,ositiivus than he was in ii.al:in-. ...' l either *i
tho':- to which w v, hai. before mhii d. 1.
Pt.rhaps we o-ikht not t. to inLat tu aiti.' the r,:
fenreti-.e t,-i the A-.tf- of I5sr. a.nl lti i:7 hih i.i Iujad
in thi, latt,-i part of tih. l ,tt-. r., 'Ih-e A.tA. inIdet.-
ir.- nt" t a .mi ..j.-, tint thel form-er i, a.i!---.d tn. Lav
h.nideli ovr the P, .s.* (i/... j .',',; ti th- Epi-.
i.opil C('lihunh. Tbit--_ is not .1 Br..-iImilmian ,mf .111I
de'nominati-nr. w..:. i, pUo-e-l (of .i:-liniry hok..'v
1.I g-:- of tIhe si j:..t wh-li -i:.uil,t t ill i-iti: el '
1.nuudr .i-, atilds it is prrtetly v. ,11 ki-i,wu oi t. th,
v. hole _ornuamanitv th.,t ir f.rc Ia.i.k .'s the l.,n.':
li inug mT-iInt.:-.iy curi rca.:l,, t.l i n.y no-" t hi ii",, ..eiiin tairi,:i
l.:ure. that a:'cic.in, the-: Clahurm:ah Y ..' i:,i be,
heb.tl 1. the u.'iiru :i .,f En- l.,ti, fu' tu ,. t o .::.il w-
of the iPai.-hi.,u-r- indeed,t bt, i-. f-ir a-s the p-rfor.
rnunine of r..ligiou- rit-s is c-iu.-rue-1.., -x.-lu-ively
Aud as ieuards the A.-t of 1576 it minerel t..llo-'-.
imp the- t-niii exisi-tia l.tw, as ic-i-_,ti) iute:.rprt. t
I-y thi. Suprem-e I'.art, i y tprovi-ihugn a tiiiumnair
,iaiiii-huteur ti.ir ti-,e u-- i-duent iute.T-,pl[it.,-n 'f l viii:
,:nri.:o in the C'huair. ,ls and tli. r ,i,.ipii t..-u.in -s.
But there is our.-t Iat.: :.-t whi, hLii i--ht n-,t to b ,J
p,-.,--ed ty il r.;he ',-'-, ,~.-,e:i.lly at .,i.:v .1 !r..].n euj
aiS tfhis. A .L ii i- .i- it 1 tI at *-i.[.i .1 ,ii iti..-u
,it t-he G- leiN, :of whi.-h tihe t.'h'ii ..t -I uln-ui.l lam-
had 1,.--.ew. ion, lundt.r a iet.tie ,ti I' t a,- -:tt..,l
otn.1 ai sam:.r.- I tis t it cuiht:r t--i,:h ;i I" l 1Ad iM tfi:
Colony i Ih.ld, f..ir upward I t rin t l.u i ni,- an.1-
h.1 lf, with 11 bri.:t inte-rv.il in th-: 1 7th i :. t ry.
The peip1le -uf I;,inidi, ofinu e v d-ieuo-iiiI.Atiou,
nn- .. p-pet.i.lly the i:,i0-tituO e v.'-...ulh d, W- :.ll
riuusly to con--italer thie nutmit :-L ..b1 h:t -etr t'i
this- ti t:vel p.iot-tun i...n il.l1, in .., i .i the-ir vx..-t :it
thu ap ri.rim. hin. el*.: ti.nu, to, i-u ii-,:- ,, .. I,.o-m:,.l I ill
ditubt .,r p,,s i-ilty If a'i--r..-rr t. li. lm.r tim-var>
l-u-lhag no c-i',uutln ,n-e: t. ruth I a _-.-h-.. -nit- ,-, :poil.
tion.

DiussoL'rot or 'IE C (':I.ONIL ).uILI.rr.:EN'-
%n'rI-)s Ib-,rFmi rein 'Ln F_Lmr'Tiha ri: MrIEnr.Ei.-:-:
orn. A NEw PArnjinLarr. -In thin ,r--t ,of t-.i-dmv
-c-inpied fr-im the ?.i: -:,-. Eftra-nr.l-iry i-i-nei i:.n
the Jth instant-will be f.,ti.] tre Pro.! i :iat a
of Hi-i Ex,':'ll:-ncv the Oe-ve.-u.:.r ldi-. -'.in- t.. i:- pe-
serit C,.iloiiinml P:mrliainient, muin ,'-elmrt'b_ hii i.,ln: ti..-a
to i.,ssue Writ, fair cnilihi- -m New ',,-,Cniil P.imli,.-
Tim:nt, wn i,-h Iare t- 1i. ir d tte tt, 1 l'h ilay :E 1..-
c.ri:.er, l:,-'., and be retiuruble on thle 2Lt' diiy
0f .i intary, 1'43.''
In s.. ,r>.M'.in '.ith the ab.:.? illu .-1 ,,to PIr...-.I,-
-hirii i:n rmx am -i- ralrn-aiy ui i-.n. i -.:h.. 1l it il 'm b.
,'tr:e-di 1_, b- on"' adv..crtirinas mctiiiian' tht M-.:.:tbi-
ot El. htor.n are noauni.nmiced to b.e hI.lId imriminii at- l
in s.- veral of thl, Piaribhma--oine, an' e.arlv as Fri.-i"'
next-- fr... tIhe ptrpo-e if Ekltin '" Fu,'ur lin- ri1I
"u t. ient Per-ous to: s: rve at- Mmi.bjer i-f the (-ener -l
A-'eimhii oif these I.-.Imt'd."

i'j. W-e hI.ive been requested by sMe.ssrs. Owy-er
ar-I D.niii;e, nb-a hb-ie oIened a i.,,. anid .S -..
t.t,,re, ait Ne,. 1 Frtcit Stre-et audl xh,,-.- alv.-:.rtiie-
m-mit olvp-erc in an.,tlher '.:.litmu of this G.a:r':., to
state, that th.-v I-ave at:it canum: rm.'.ou' ufira .nui-


nes Spe, iality, but from thlie f:rt that bn_-tli hlave
receivc-l great b[.n-fit from our tmild lite i ;tin
have c.ntei-elUttly de-cidedu t,:. r-side .mioug us at
least for a time.-.

A Montreal despath says, re,-gardiuin the d.-ath
of th- tw. sons of Mr. Lmr>,an, Ainherst Mr. L'.,';an,
a niel.ier of the l...:;l pree.si, who died here lat:-ly
from typlhiid] feve-i, ipredi..ted in hbi de.liiitiumi them
drcmninh of dhi bhrotlher t sea. Sin-.e the for:nimer's
de.,th the ,lo'i st his-i rather by lbeiing washe-d ov,. r-
I.ourd from hi [s .ei-l m has been aLuoiine-il. The
nurl';se in the hospitals wio v. itch-ed. 1.v the .l- vig'
mant's :bc-il-ide- v.u(che fir tfh;. fa:t, and asv Ji-.
' d'- -c-rilid tlie' s'em: ividly in hi iimeutni wauiler'iu n ,
and fre'pluently re,:cirred to it.

A. C' Haivm:vy, EI., pas.-u (r 1.Y .A:,t, will
pllame acc ewuning of the 23id ultimo.


[FTiti!,.-,1 E.*;;,r.idy.; b, t,!f Gat:ettie."]
The Egyptian Campaign.

The n-r.unl- review by i-L'r Mij'-ty in the Paukof
the tri..>I p r-turulI triiim Ezypt. vmitli a reprBn-
titiv.- of tic' Indi.mn :'.iutinu,:ut, tier- pa.-.l thri-u'h
th ;tr,-.-t ot Loud.1 n. the *,i-1 t .iitt.in of ,e.. ls
aud .-w.a irI of hinoiure, the v..'t- ini th:luks ia d Ir-
liam., t to the htl.. !-,. niid imeun, to? e'e.- nt.n .:,f
GeUe-al W .l-elv ,-10il VYI..- A-tcir.li S. vmounit to-
thie Pi.-:*.''a-, t.:t .-.I. ,,i th:. i uny ',m .pl-i' an.d din-
.:rs m in .n--tu.: r '.-f the -tt. : :- -t l ir th-- i i.ie- i'si
ba..,ird -.nm- .t .,i-, p.,int to th,.- i -.si.:.u ,:n f the
1bri,-- i i 1. l-..i-i ..c 1.mip i.n'u in E.-:'ypi, 'Lvhi, h .l.i-
st...u- in the II....I,e ..f C.(-'iuioui dIe-li-ed winulil
co-':,t up to O.ct.:.r :....t thrre. an-i a IlLf millih.usi
-teri-'lig i'. 3 .'u.im ,.i.imi Mn'. GLTad.i.-ldn:u,. with uuimi.-h
truth i'. sert.. thit the a -m..-,-.e- in the te,-cit Iuin-
p i-,'un were I-tii th: re' u"tl u f-.ll.:it.--i .,ut .of thI ._,'m: -
in ei-e- i.f th0. lritih e.s-rvi., hih id Only r :i-
t v,-. :- a ,he,:k w t..u h-tou>'',t .=a-'aiitt th,:1,rowu pi,.,iple.
Thi- inuher,'ie vi .tory, s..t... .p .-k, hi' thi.- a.1vm't-
t i-e, th tt it i t iIl.p 't s ,.:,ur .,e vw :,_ ther,-m i.ht ie
I a n--rv -:,u h-.it'tI y, I- t, if us. ,- to su ,ipptinut .-x.ition
t and t t te:, th- place of keen iliai.erniment, thie m 'etf-t.
inu-t t:u'l tino ir .:.A f -ar.iLuul ini p ,res.tiv'e. Thie BritihI
S-ervi,:Ne will hLow:, r-r',routin;;e t.o )- iok upou l,'t
t nitionul st.i-., e rrathi:r i, in. re,-el ir',:.utin-i
I t,- eriry and ,-cor.t;-'?, thi tt thie -.'lI-vy .id fuune of
I he m.ninpir a miy ri-4it o lliire fottudatiorn. ThI'e
t E-rvyltLiau c.anip.gu is uf iiftimit.- va.ilitr ti:, thIe 'on,:m-
1 try, not only fluut th-e ui,taf:ntial re-sults whi,.h it
, wr-a ainmeil .it to attain, h-ut froiatm the..:ut:fits which
Must rni-ult fromin thi,. expi.: ri' -ui. < ;p iu'- I.y it.
S After thie G-nrian.1 -in.'.e-.e. ia thie Fran.:--Ptro-
siau V ar it '1, :-an'. f-i-hi :u-il. i, '..... ";t t... ium it ita
- G(I'. 'rin pr. i'-tii t. toin f.i ult with oatr exi.-timu'
t :1- t:- l:l, a cd1 ti intr h.,l,i re" 'f. m e",l,..: lately t.ni pitj-
i duc:e r:. t.:-r e-t i i-u..-v, m : i-.iiu-r,... iby ma kiul I-,f
(.Gei'n at itn..l.-i.. Now, th r -, .- in 1. little" d ujil.,t
thint v.. h- l ,:i :- li tIhl ,.i"s to I.: i, u ft,:om tlhe xpe-
S ri'e ,.t.- of thA.t w:it AL't I -ev '-.tl chiLu ':- i ut .l, lI-av-a
: b,--t-n a r.--i!t. T ,i. .e-.uaili.-v l p.sitiu.n of Eun'-la d
: eiitir'-ly .,lt.-r- tii:.- ,11.riumi- -, *'1a w. i til n y i v ex--
i cell-. ut in .,thi-r ..,iimti., u.m y b: foan- d a;lt,'.-,ti.-r
e unli .ii' t Cu li-,i i.iin -I m-I. .-. If ri ti ,iu r -
fm'mmi-r tI f r w1n y ,y' i' ,e ,iain d m ii iV.: f,:-r.ti.-:"Ja
- at .tf .,nm -, n Mi.ji--. ti.- 1r..nt 1., uo: H :ilift x, u..n B.:r-
- .10., no U.i ir.ilr.dltu, .:, ,Ij M lta Theo E.yl 1ti a
;Lp n 'l'n h ..i'r nU -t ug :tn'.u v" a'i-.11 n-t til.
'- .oti i'oui-i' I -m.i ..:. :, w! ., if tfh. 'v I' t ',iuv i oa u
t :t ",!!, unimld I .ti it :u .i .-..i .t "l A .l.:i h...,i '- r t-he
L1 (' r it' I 'li- -. i : m t: it tii ':i in -
FI .r.: ;u ,.ur (.,.*_. i-I .. ti, r.,3" I .... .tt.l >.,ft.:u
: .:> ,.:,. :,..n, r, i- i!, b r it. ,..,3 "' i [, I., t t! ..:.,,u
e l i -i., b th i..., tin: J .I .i '- in timh -t.,irvn at
, t'-.- -.1 i t-.': 't'.- :- t: i u-!-.,., *:a f t .... ... an. i -, p-
- 1.i i-i withI Em- .ia l ..' i a'- l .1. m m t-
- t.i, -. 1 ...i.i ln. i :- : l i .'--'.VU i f .r th .t i tu
_ %N I.. im .t '..i,* 1-ni-,t m it.l au i mu-.t 1-x Vp-litiimi-ly, I n.
a,.,.---u' ,;.lizI : 1. T ih,:, r .:,.' ,. ..' thi -. .' ..-i 'iti, -
themu-.--h.-. 'e v.- rmy g,'* .it, .t iic w -, t u-i..-i l d t,,- ti_'-
atI" th m. illLial -!' rI'.-i. %t- e-' 1 t' I..t:' mL 1 n11t i a ir in.?,
) inu uin',t e..e-I w:li .- iplin--d, it will ti:aiily I-ev.' .-
o ~-rrr--l wh.l t ':our-.i-e-s, ,vhm .ft 1.t':-ut c--vr' ai.- EIn. '-
S l-u':n p :'.- c is v.sl :i r us, d t,.i the ne.'at -'ity f--rri'-
ti-:.n. The. tinility with '.. hii Ii th-' ti inu-prt ,.Ir-
S vi-ce was I undia-t-.i in thL- E'Iy)pltraU, e um. tai-.cn,
s v N ile it aIt-nuihi-,:ed Europe .inl- w.:,k- _ritYv aiintin -
: pe.:tiu.-,ellk- to actultl re hti,-, pr.:.v.:.i th,_ f..,iit l.,-
t tiou 'f thi: -u,:cee-. w..ich f..llowed.. Our i-.r.li-rs
t will bIe -uti. i --utly a'.quainted with tie hittry ofc
, the war t.:. foll.uw up f.,l r themieh:,- the fa. t.-tnd tio
-see how v ery io'-..h i 1iir-.d on the a-xp.rt p--rlf-_tni-
- anc.e of the tt..tiltucl*t. WlVi i l tther Eliroptc.in
. P.:,wer, with all the.-ia n iit-'it org'aiu- z tii :-n, ,ilt.1i
e haveetf'-et.: the -., .. rec-.iltn s is-- Eno.-'.iuLIl did in
S s-uiin. ti',.e-i tn:-ud miat, t i.is I. .th ir.,:I Enuglnud
- atI.l iu.li I to the f-I-t .,-f war in E.- ypt, with s7ti-..i
f :ipei.iti.un anmd witli sunlih ill.-iin.ay? Do.-i uy
i-n:; i. .. .1 i :.rm-r ut $s01.:. i,' tlh.t Eu' -i., .d f ti.:t.-d i ll
tli as the i, growth I "f a i'. ti.. i .r1' liiin il :LNiy
, irupil-:- to .nii--ver i tIh- ti t i.- tl An :'i pr:i..:t-, iu- :
Sui :' I Iv n t. ft i-i u.l- .1 blu t q... i, .1'e:-ut thi.t the
S r.:ut.aith of EuL. .-u-I1 in the E'. fa.t:u '-i-i 'i4 l.ii their
- ni,. ml rel.-mlt o!f .1 U t I u I :.faI llf y i ..:. 1m d.l.-t 1 m-. -
y' Iperien',C, ,iunei altt-..-1 e.nrit ly in thl tr'.n-,p.'' .
- Iio.:,-,, rlinpp 10a. m iln i t1i : '., ...'t IA rin ti: t i- dn -
a l"u' u..t v.';l :t l t ilit _'y t ,ti...aL ot IthI,:- E pir ,-
e thu:,. v--ry st:tio-n- vhi.-Ih it i-,-. bu-comtin. rather
t too l"..pialdl' to I, ti0y v-- worth, -i in thalemeL-l.: >,n
s nmi-mu-.-: i-m:al ,.. 1,,.-r iv- uit m tLin;i-i.i- :..-_, .,uI l thi .
I t. i i-,t .Ilt,):i he[l I .' l. t ih iui 'htlm.t l-ui nr.ui i
e pul.,lie, but -e--In iv thI in-a uI tIe ptulilhe -.iit.i?.
. W\V 1i.oik f'.'.rI1.rl tli u .1 Ii n,.-. in l-.,a'Ila.' I i-
S union tl :it tlHi : v..iue :, B.-I .4 1I, A:-.., I-, u..,t .:.uly
I wh.,t the !,\-i, l -t .t uti, ,b- !,r v pi" :.. .. to t --,-
l selv-' -, but :il-, > -i' .i-.t lt ydieiiplinar-p l.-itl .- i'..,
th.e .'i t-.It'ii[a;. I o IL I,aeu t,.i ..h -im .- uo i- Uii it',- .nI d
- ir'-lin i, th,' tctiinl.:'rkiii .,rind ,iti,:miii l him *- n ti.?u ir,:i t
.-r a--.: s..-. 'ting a .,. penr t- iut .ii triiiiuihi i-r ti'.--
S nt.in --i o-f tt,:p i s.t 1. ..,- iti.:l a in F...r i.-n-
t C.'oi m-tri.n.- ;i u iy a it auy t i- .:-. L it..: .-itlii i t: thA.t
Sin E-'-ypt. MI'r. (Gl-id-tne, v-e think, in lIn -.il-
i di- t th t ic, ,--,ui.. II. un Lrdi M.-yuor'- Dy's
S p..,in teI l iut hli.jw i'. i.i,.l, v. \T v ft'r.ioi our ip1- 'lai''r
p p .iiti:.iiu t,.i u t .i- t' n a.t im.iy ,in.-lLebt, iut.. u.hi at
s ito, ?,ti ; s .in ,,i ,,, ell.-.l O i. .ri.tip w ithl pr,.iii, .tu.-.--i
in E-. vv t it thi. ii the l u-it i.:.. .,ff the Lil.-.,. l
term p-.:',t,. leI,-ad- u, ti,': Wit.il a i,- ii.d h ,liil r rIt'
l enft!,i -i .nint, v. liIt vI ...iil.l l I tlh..- s- ir t.i ti.-iu '.l ,-- i
a Iuiun :. ix m- Ir; .-ii -i l .1- Iu Eu. ,ila-i l.,i-i- i,
ve.r ii, im mi .i i r:. ,iu... tn-i': .- in P.ii il I.:ut
I f'. un.Ai tih u:in 1 i ny ex'i, u-titin.re, I.P., i ,-e tie_
a-i lal' r ii,iri.ti ,.t flh ,- .uL tl r hi' f.i.t v.l i r- i l" h
tiiu iiiim.-hat'-- iref,.,r-,.u.-7-. T'i- ie-.:ui t theEH.yp-


-t .. .. .
t,-_. ,. :-i, t.,'r i l 1* i: l I-.i- h i ti ni' -i -ut a t.' l im-


r im i- ict .-m i- .11 ,u uf t.tt..ma. oif w'a it i :rv i.:e
w..,ii. thi e fl::.i m uiy htv,. u ,.-. n \,itl nm I t the armiiy to.
f-.- l iU .l i.ta ,- f- n .Im. : Al i ci ,1 Eutml l,'-l hai
i. -i. lyn.rc.. -u.- .- t :- li it im -it l \ t d .o i n- I._ ii
bh i" I' r.,e-in in .-ypt, il' 'am. t .,u t .ii n t,.I I- : i. :iV:-
it-.,-Et, .i a.l i :tl,'- 'it\ i. E tr itile I.ti iatc.- lma-
I .. t-I .n 1 0 t,: .,,'t il, ,:u-- ...u T hI: -s i,:..:.- -.. ..t E -I- '-
1 .i- -- '.-'-i -i' 1 _-.'l -." i. r',. r,-,..' '.*-m hi.. h-, it- :.:il
ilm 'nt- I. ,i ,rim-u- ',i t!_ uinr..,t thLir..ii, :l _iiit th-r
v, .. 1..I Lud- tie tr.aiip.i:'f l a- a m-mi iu wiili t], it V,-
t-mi. It i ta i|. ri.c-nit ,,1 2,.m.-c l I i-i- timt i.a'r-
t, r:,_ th.,.t ten.tbl, .l ut in .t ,1:.1 inr,., -ni, w\,h,?u
tinm i- a.s ,iiu !.oje t "i- i d pr-:i iiiptt.-..- ,..,f e -xte uti.,un ..f
int.:t d plin-, a gre.- t u'..-,- -ity, t, pur t f,.i tim ex'..i.,-
eiitinn it.'-ug'th .ui.r to :. -h wh .t iuia'hr n-thflerwi--:
1:ari p1',.ive .I tnn .-t d.mu':'roi- -'.igr'.ivthI iu. mainin-
,.:-r th.it i ll.iiwed f-um' :,u :-' i t in ,.f' u ,-tniutial
ad.-;e it --.'- --ia-- i, i-l l' .,. i-.i, .,li iif i,-.-t-.-e iu
lan-i,: f t Il m'I'- -l"til' -- ttl!., ilt ., .1 e- IU tim'


evn s,.,f tl ,I.ie ,-vh,' w.-re p.rti -i ,l' r-i on, ft thI: ml_,i,.-r.-
side *,:f t.he -un*i-.t. Whil. ti'e l,.p-~n f vi. tr:" i
bl iu.n' su I. I.t ins t-nt forge. tfthat t iwe- ...ititfn 1 u re.it
de.'rc..e- t.:, t,-. pLmrciu.un-e uf nmethmdi-. ni-.hli in i : c11-
seli-.: at th.- time to my u-.,t Lh.t3- .:..-,- 0.1 mIiucht
uhimjott-u.e t c th untbhoi.iatfiul..l--r'.i-r. The di,--
ciilijie of thr. -ervices h.v- u...t t-.en att.diiel- iu a
day, it i- thie uitural t e--,it '..f l..ii a.ndt pati--ut ex-
perie..,n' g ith- credl n with I. i ditl-, u. :..i'e. \\ e li...u-
s,. pay in hinit -il,-nt tribute iai to my a mut, inul lao-
riouiI. -h,: :, vh.-,, iu 's iy, mri:y aiv.-entrib.utrilated hi-i
mitle to th-e pret order :it things. l-e h;Id a tfeww
le.-isnus -tn 1 n fr.min the Frau,:o-Pru-Ainun uar, time
tt.-.unv- was to itmak -A lea ri.rat ratlithr to t mtnyUy of
thl-b We hLve t al:, i.---:.i- t', 1I-.ru irr'm our
Ep.:-.tian x.. rien-m:iet.- l,,-n: ns whieh w'' a ill li..trn
with' that I'.,, litv wl!,i:. i 'ni- r ,n atltI al ihar.am tei- i-
ti.-. We-c ljr'vc throi.-,Lhtt if A-t ai-.- tr, dri- ,w a;ttieu-
ti-"n to the 1. iriungs tie w.-ri r rc..:ently '..-iiuv. tedI
- in E y, l.t ant l -l .u. :l -d tI'- ie. i i u 'lyou fl e --ie v'ie,-
r-ud timir latit 1.,eaiiu-*-s..,m l n irulpr-,es th.- fact,
\i.-y likely to. be lost sight .,f Ifur toie m'.,iaIen)t, that
all our cnerqiea in the cnalnpiaiun were the uatura


outgrowth .)f a l.-.ng-cherishei and practiced policy,
and also to -how h.,wi' unfounded were many impre3-
sioan of the wisdom of following out Iour routine
course in 3i u'stinal pointt f vi.-w, the proper stniul.
p'itnt to re.ird all sih qi..ti,.tns. Beitmu-', for
example. is ,n:i,-i:Uiied .is the key pre-,umnibly to the
Atlrint '.-:l: .:,oiri of Ame-ri-a, but is thot positive
f.t.-t th6I- IIly a-lv.muta.n'ue gained by the Empir'" at
l.i-e, oIr th' ne.' itive v.ila.' of the pl.i.i : that, if uu-
i:,: upied 1.y ouI rlies, it wu-il.l b? by ;'aw..ther. nation
lbv noii m-.u ii-'dbir il.k .' Cin't we l.-ok she id a little
fim'thier a.i- s.: that th.:' pr..:ivi-ioilninu and .i-.u ply-
in.: tii-. ,ti,.,, nui 1 li e I ,td t .-t,1 vyte.m of military
hi,: u:-,. in v,._ue, h.- iu it-ilf a r.it -i,. ipliin'ryv
valr:., whihi.- the .:-.:- iti.:un of i.:h ieuddleuly e er-
i:'enn' is ..- Ec-'|t'ti'-i e'r'i-i. at on-:e diitnioi.ustrite.-
levond iall ii naner i:f di oult? LI" re'-ar-l the re-
lIlts :f the.- E-'ypti m C.ti.np.iiin a- thre,-,fold--lst,
thi:. urin- the n-uotr.dlty of E'-ypt. and its free
;a,-, .--' ililitv' for purl.~.:'- ..f in l transit e-p ..ially
t.. all un tiou: '2u.1, th.-- intriusi, v.ilie of thI' old
sy-'te-i of :li-t:unt e i tion- t.i I.,e miinu.:- and ~-erved.
and1 the f..:ilitie-. of tr.in-p.irt -r ,win'- out of it :
auil "rd, thi. wi.l.:ni u i:,f havi i'n .-t el by ii.nil
auln.i-r sul.-sidie -i, a ,teiin iu.-mrcartiliiirarine, ILanued
and mauag-ed with ..ui.h admniral.le e-ihien.y.
Buo -i- F *aI---'.em- it a-e Q ole
BRoKLYr --rF..t. ,, /;.'.P.-..' !,I .lt, abm ,1 G o' to J,(l
-__-n ,l. ,,-. i 'itC.,., '.. ,,' / f -.--The 15 Brook-
ly u Ald'-riaieu who voi:ted to overri le Maj-or Howell's
veto of tie Brooklyn elevat-ed raiihoad scheme ou
thl .31tt of De-emler last lihave been sent to jail for
v.i.-.us p.-ri'Als varying from 10 to 30 days. The
B,:,ard o.if .ieormne it seemr- paiised a resolution in-
i-re.tsius thL f-'anchi'-e of the Brooklyn Elevated
R iilroaid, and Mayor Howell vetoed the resolution.
The property owners theu went before Judge Gil.
b1rt tf tlihe Kin-.:s Co iutry iilprIneme Co'uirt, and ob-
t-lineld an i,,iiu, ti.on to i.-strain the Aldermen from
c.iITerriliug the to., but thi y plid uno attention to
the iniI'a.ution, but met and pas-ied the resolution
over the veto. They thought they would get off
with a fine. lbut whou Jude Gilbert had them
brou-ht before him and ,onuteneed them to the
Raymould .Sieet Jail they were surprised Some
avie themsel-h'es up and were taken down to the
juil. but ,-'.hi-, k- pt out of the way until their bail
was fix .d p udinu an :ippelil to a higher court.-
Journ-il of I ...-i oiitrce.l

TilE OLDEST INHABITANTS.
WER: THIE ('II_'rEE I"v AMERICa. TaHEES THOUSAND
YFEir.- Auo.
.Fr. -,r the Vi:.itoti Culnisl.
WhIt if antiqinria'n- are 'ile t,. prore that the
Chiues- we,: I the earli..- s--t tri.I- f this8c.nitintent ?
That from t'..-- lin .... f chii!li-tm f .th'- fl:.I-r, y king-
dom are dI'ein-le 1 thl, ntive tribes whom the
whit, pi.:,neers f-ound p,.-,es...i'_i thie land ? This
theIr vhn-, beu often :mOlv need. A few weeks ago
a pI,: rtv f imi,'.:r, who were runnin-. a drift in the
ba-nk r-ii Oi',n f tle i-ree-ks in the mining district of
Can-i r iuntd i' a remarkaible- find. At a depth of
s-veria feet the' shovel of one of the party raised
about thirty of the brass .- .n whvli,:h have passed
cur-cLut in Cbhina for min y centuries. They were
struu onu what appeared ti.. be an iron wih(. Tl.is
wire went to dii-r a few minutes after bein-g ex-
p,-_, ,,-l'ut lih- ,.:.iun o app.ar,-d as bri hlt and unew as
wh-n tbhy- fit"' lT-ft the Cele-stial mint. They have
beOen hroue'ht to Vi.-tori-' aulnd submitted to the in-
sp.,-:ti-:.n of intelligent CIhinamuen, who unite in pro-
u,.,uu,:in." thtim to b-. ,ipwardls of ,3,1.i'o years old.
They bL:-;ir a d ite about I,'210 years anterior to the
birdie nf Christ. And now the question arises, how
the coinu g.,'t to the plae3 where they were fouid.
The inium-r! scav tli',re was uni-eidence of the ground
hl iiju- bev-u di-turbedt by m in before their picks
a.l -liorvel- p:netratod it: and tlhe fact that the
coin?. .1 r littl.- worn .oe to show that they were
i-t Inm,- iu vilvcul-iti,.,on before being hidden or lost
at ('-d ir. Whether they wero the property of
Chinere imariiiuets who were wrecked on the north
,', .t about ,ii,) yeais am- and rematin-,'d to people
t1ie .-Iotinii-ut or whether the .'hiuese mariners who
wenu to Ci',-i.,ik' luven :.r ei'!ht vyiar ago, depo.,ited
tl... .I:.il:i.tion where it was fi'und f.jr theo purpose of
e-mt.ibl iuhin-, f.- their n.itiou a plirir cl:im to thl,
lIjuJ, nI v in;:ver be koniwn. But the native tribes
.n thi, -.'t is.:-. m:ihe the ou.,.nliau race so cle.sely
i,,t oii wioa.l-l u ,t be su'pri-.,i-,l t any time to hear
4.f thle liif.-,very ..f v.-t nl.ore startling evideum-es of
th.- pe-.e-i? .:,f Clinese uu this coast before the
n-imnitig of the whitei-.

otilce.


-. ORGE FOX. BrtANCH PILOT,
S. a hvin'lg i-,.-en .onvie:li:-. betoie us on the
th la day of De-:ccmb.:r instant of having
thriouti ign.:'.ranc', ie.lii' nce or carelessness
iun the Orini:co," Captain FR.ASER,
;,,->..iiid wh.n .i,-,ituing through the Narrows
.-i'" .f-t. Ge,:-rge's on t'h,- 1ith ,lay of November
.1-ist, wil.t a laijlg-,l not to be .-ntitli.d to any
'il:ot-i-.e, to. t'rf.iteit thi- suln of Six Pounds,
;iand to havs:- hi:s Lii-c-use supni.-:l fo:r four
en.inthti fiomint thi1 -aild 4th ,day of Dei- ber in-

N. A. BU I TERFIELD, J.P.,
.I/ur ',r mf He rmil lto,
RIC IARD J. P.D,\RKELL, J.P.
HENRY J. WA'TLINC I'O,
.-Aot6io'r,
Hamilton. Dee, 9th, i8s '.


An Inquest was held at tho Lunatic Asylum,
Devonshire, on the 9th instant, before Theophilus
J. Liehtb.ourn, Esq., Coroner, on view of th., body
of'Auniestus Bowiman Byndla-s, a nativeof Jamaiea,
wh., died at the A.s ylum on the previous day.
Verdi:t, Died from natural causes.'

CFIA Sitl)plemeint or five Col-
umn- a:eomnpa.nies thii issue of the GAZETrTE. It
e,-ntiin-. somnvu'inter,-.stina, We.t India News-two
oriaLinaIl (Co'ninnicati,:ois -"Fill up the Gap,"
and iSe put inu? ;" Ver-. on the Do.tth of Ser
gi.mt P. Byrun., R. I. R. ; Th-.,trii-al Perform
an:res.it Pti. pet, by Amaters of the R. I. R. and
R. E ke.

BIRTH, in Paeprt- Pmri-,h, r,n 7th in-tant, Mrn.
J. F. LrSEUR, of a Dau,.ritp..

DIED, at his res'iden.-e, Grand Turk, Turks' Is.
lands, on the 19th ultinm, JoaH ArTITTR, Esqr.,
Barrister-at-Law, naul MIember of the Hou. Society
of the Inner Temple, Lnlon, aged 6') years.
......, at sarne plae:.- u the 23rd ulIt., after a
short illne'.s, Jor J'A,. M. TroxPsox. E.q,, Attor-
ney-at-Law, aged 41 years.





A anniversary
al
OF THE
EI.M. D. L"LOTflL '71O


r HE Members of the above named
Society intend, D.V., to Celebrate their 30th
Anniversary


Decembe-r 26th, 'St. Stephen's Day.)
Tht-y are requ--ested to m-int at. the Warwick Plan.
terms' Club Room at 9 o'cloc.-k, a.m., and proceed
the-n',e in order to Sr. PAUL'S C.'rETTr.n PAGET, where
there will be DrvINs SERVICE at 1 o'clock, am.
Th Meinl.ers i re rciiu-.ted to Ie punctual in their
atteidandc.- and to l..-ar in mind tb it there will be a
Collection at the icon,'-:lunsion of the Service.
By Or.ler,
EMELIUS B. SMITH,
Secretary.
Paget, Decr. 11th, IS 2 -twice


ENTRY TAINMENT.

There will be an Entertainment at
ne. ni' e oo 13 0loom,.
PAGET,

On TUESDAY Evening,
D...rember 26th,
Where there will be simo U.teful and Faney AR.
TICLES for sale,
Doors open at 7 o'clock, p.m. Admission Cd.
The Mozart Favourite Band will he in attend-
anne.
Proceeds in aid of alove-named Society.
By Order,
EMI LIUS B. SMITH,

Psget, Der. 11th, 1S82.-twice Secretary.

Don't Forget
TT is well worth a visit to CHILD'S Jewelry
Sto- to see the splendlil assortment 'of
Gold and Silver Jewelry. Solid Silver Plated
\Ware in endless variety. Clocks. Opeia- and
Spy Gilasses &c. At this Establiihment they
ar.-- always pleased to show their Goods,
whether you purchase or not.

To Let.

A COACH Hi-OUSE and Stabling
for two Horses, with accommodation
for Groom. if required.
Apply to
CIlRLES C. REJA'1E.
Hamilton, December I Ith, 1882.-1

PRIVATE BOARD.


L.IDIiJS t GENTLEMIEA
Vi-itini, leriaunda can be Coimfortiably Accom.
niodated on i;easonable iTerms by


Applying to


W. S. PENISTON,
" JACKVIL.LE,I" I[IMILTON PAhMSH.


*,* .ea Iatl.uinz and Boating among other
attDe.ciio ns.
December 11, 1882.


:e"eiving per Orinoco,' THE CROWN TONIC,


Fi' .., L-ADOJ,
-, t B'" ,' G (J t It-" i-t tiner\ -tore,
', 'i-.- ir lit ,i ll-' i
l, I 1 '' 1i, N )
orse Codiltion PO D EI)AR.
,, I t, Sn, '.! ia G ettt" D* '*, :.'



Aixails ',, Sie a' "R,,yal] Giazette" Deposaitary
a lil suInt ly ,,I PULtLIC SCHOOL BOOKS:,
Fir-t, Stc-oond, 'l ir'd stand FourtIh RE.AD
El.S, (Geooira)hys, c., &ou, &c.
(COPi. BOOKS. si.sorted iurubers.
SLATE PENCILS, &e &c.


Receiving from London,
Viat Niw York pler '" Orinoco," at. the "Roya
Gazettei' St.ttiout 'y to re.


Ivory andi i imp Back, -
IiymnBOOK -, audient and uodorri
C..-lli'ers a nd Lit Ikt Arthulr's Hiistory of Eng-
lip 1
Mc[uih-n p',aire i l., GU C in j:,:ittl-'s, with brush
ul- fn. .
Le.ut -eit ils ,'-tel P-us
Tisit-e PAPEJI-ai-,-'vrteld colours
Violin u TRINGS &c., &c.


' I'."y lA ksl TOAIC Water
ever offered in Bermuda, made accord-
ing to the Fortoula used iu one of the London
Clubs, and is useful in the various forms of
Inudigestion, etc. Unequalled as rut Appetizer
and Pik-mc-itp.
THE CROWN BOTTTLING CO,
Cor. Reid & Burnaby Sts.
Deer. 2iud, I -82.--2 3pg

RiECE I VED

At Royal -Gazette' Stationery
~toue,

From London via New
York,
I;.\A'.1l1 BOOKS Hymn BOOKS
'mllier's arnd Little Arthur's History of
EN(JL -ND
Mrdan', G ULM
m itcliIl.'s an, t;il.t's PEl-NS
PENCIIlS Vi,,lin 'iTRING &c.

Crickeit Bats,


BALLS, and STLUPS
elin" at IREDUCED t

at the Royal Gazette" Stationety Store,
(Some BA TS' haf price)








BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


AUCTION
ON
To-morrow, Wednesday,
13th instant, at noon,
I 7/ill Sel, by Auction,
At the Sales [Room, Queen St.,
' IN W A RE G LASSW ARE
STATIONERY HATS CAPS
DRY GOODS TRIMMINGS, &c.,
And various Miscellaneous Articles.
W, J. BENEY,
Auctioneer.
Hamilton, 11th December, 1882.

Notice.

By Public Auction,
In Front of the Stores of the Undersigned,
WILL BE SOLD,
At 12 o'clock, M.,

ON THURSDAY,
NEXT,
The 14th December,


Election Notice.

PUR-UANT to Her Majesty's Writ of this
date, the duly qualified FREEHOLD-
ERS of Waiwick Parish are required to meet
AT THEIR PARISH VESTRY
ROOI,


On.8.4AS TU(7RD-4 Y
Th 16tAh cn~tant.


next,


At Eleven o'clock in the Furenoou,
For the purpose: of Elic-ting FOUR abl- ;an
sufficient. Prisons to scive as Members for the
said Priih in th,, G:-neranI Assemibly of these
Islands.
And if such election be not determined on
the view, but a POLL be demanded, the said
meeting will adjourn at 1 o'clock in the after-
noou to eleven o'clock in the forenoon of
TUESDAY,
The 19th instant,
For the purpose of POLLING VOTES by Bal-
lot, and the election will close at 4 o'clock in
the afternoon of that day.
Given under my hand this eleventh day of
December, 182.
THOSE. N. DILL, J.P.,
Returning Offic-er.

El? t.--rnS-i VNMtI*cp,


By Order of MR. JOHN PLUMMER, Jr., oJnLJJUL I It _
Chief of Transit of Venus Expedition. ---
CANVASS Frame HUT, 13 x pURSUANT to HIS EX(CEL-
13 .-' LENCY'SITHE GOVERNOR'.- Wiit of
1 Canvass Frame HUT, 13 x 12 this date, the duly qualified FREEHOLDER.;
Flooring for each Hut in 4 Pieces of aM;''," are rest ed to meet
Tarpaulin for each Hut as roof rT 2,TAl- ZT 1W..",
2 Small LADDERS In the said Pari.h,
1 Observing CHAIR
1 Hexagonal Wooden HUT, withrevol'ng rg On nidayu N ext,
dome S feet diameter .he 16th Insunt.
5 Empty Packing CASES At eleven o'.-lock in the Forenoont.
4LAMPS 2 Oil CANS Atlevr in th Foren ,
TOOLS, consisting of 1 Axe, 1Brace and 6 For the pturpo.' of ,. in- FOUR
Bits, 1 Screw Driver, I I inch Chissel, Persons to serve as Membe, s for the sail P.-
1 Pincers, 1 2 Foot Rule rish, in the General Assoibly of th-.e sl-s.
1 PincersAnd if .uch Rle.-etion be not determined on
B. IV,. W ,LKER 4. CO., view, but a POLL be demanded, the .aid
Government Auctioneers. meeting will adjonrn at one ,lock in te af-
Hamilton, December 11, 18S2. ternoon, to eleven o'cock in tht torenoon of
BTuesday, the 19th inst.,
By Public A. tO For the lurlpose of POLLING VOTES, and
In front of the Stores of the Undersigned, the el,-tiou will close at Four o'clock in the
At 12 o'clock, M., afternoon of that day.


On Thursday next,
The 14th instant,
20 11LS. Extra S. F. FLOUR
5 Bls. Crushed SUGAR
5 Bls. Granulated SUGAR
5 Bls. Corn MEAL
5 Tins Family LARD
5 Tubls Family BUTTER
20 Pieces Fancy PRINTS
A Lot ot TIN WA hE, assorted
A Lot of Garden FORKS, RAKES,
SHOVELS, &c.
AND.
One Younr Bermuda


- .L. ~.-... -


ALSO,
Immediately after the above


That Fine Racing Horse
-INi l


B. IW. WA LKER ? CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, December 11, 1882.

NEW MUSIC.

ARRANGEMENTS have lately
been n.nJe with I'ubli-herm in Enghland
and in the United States for the 'ellinig ..f ilU-
SIC at greativ reduced Prices. Most of the
Stock on. hand at 25 per cent. discountt.
.oome ,ineri-an M IJ.-IC at ;i. per Shi-el.
PiINOS iand BRASS IN.S'i'RUKlI-:N'T
as usual lIaprted at the lainuf,cinuers l'rIic ,.
Fresh Supply of Siiingg and I'a.rts o'f Instru-
ui.en s.
S. .NELJIIES.
The Tower, H milotm, )
Peer. 12, lI---1*
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
WRITING Desks, Japanesoe Cabinets, I'ho-
tographic Albums and Frames, Statuary
and Vases, Jewel Box -s, Crlluloid Combs and
Brushes in Cases, Portmouies, Gent's fitted
Dressing Cases, Silver and Pearl Card Cases,
Toilet ets. Music Boxes. Aniroids with and
without Clocks, Horn and Olive Wood Ink
Stands, &c.
Go to C II!)'S and see them.

Notice.

The Undersigned
Having just Arrived by Schooner
AltaA," from Halifax, N.-.,
With a few fine Farm



And TURKEYS,
Offers them for --ale.
Amion the Horses are Two BLOOD Horses,
Svik." Magnolia" and ady Dur'us,"
.... with pledigrees.- '


A. C. HARVEY.


11th Deoember, 182.,


Given under my hand this elevent.ih nay o6
Dic,.mber, Is;2.
JOHN FOWLE, J P.,
Returning Officer.

Election Notice.

P URSUA NT to a Writ is'ied
from ITS EXCELLENCY THE (OVER-
NUR of this datp the duly qualili., FREEHOLD-
ERS of Smitlhs Parish are required to meuet
T ,7 .D 1. 7 T ,"
The residence of the Late R. H. Spemer,

On Saturday Next,
The 1'Ah init ul,
At Eleven o'clock in the,. foreno.,n,
For the purpose of electing F'IUR
able and suffi,:ient Persons to serve as MemLeir
for the- sidd Patish in the General Assembly of
these Islands.
And if such eler;tion be not deteimniued i on the
view, but a POLL be demanded, the said Mteting
wiill adjourn at one o'c'lick in the afteriu',.u to
eleven o'dl.'ek in the forenoon of
Tuesday, the 19th inst.,
For the pmrpose of POLLING VOTES ly B:ll..t.
and the ele:tii:.n nill close at four o'clock in th
afternoon of that day.
Given under my hand this eleventh diy of Dle-
cember, ISS2.
C2. G. GOSLING, J.P.,
Returning Officer.

To the Electors of Pembroke Parihi.
PEMrROKE, December 8, 1' S2.
Gerliiiaea,
Having been nominated by the members
of Pembroke Political Association to stand a-
a Candid ite in this Parish for Election to the
coming Geueral Assembly, I would hereby
most respectfully solicit your confidence and
support.
I have the honor to be,
Gert leniiili,
YoIuI obdt. Servt.,
\V. He T. J'PE'ari

To the Electors of Paget 'Parisi.
P" G'T D c,-.., ..,l. I Ith_ I.'-2.


G-nti ea'-n,,
I shall be noiuinn
House of Assemi.ily
audl should you see lit
support, I will ulwuy:
abilities will p,-rmit,
terets of the country
party.


To


Not-ice
the Freeholders of the
PAGE.


U NDERI and by virtue of a Writ
issued from nHis Excellency. Lieut.- en -
eral THOMAS LIONEL JOHN 4GALLWEY,
Governor and Comnmander-in-Chief of these
Island,. bearing date I Ith December, IS.52,
the duly quniliti-d FREEHOLDERS of the
sai.,l P,irish of Paget are required and com-
manded to be sumiioned and meet together
To elect FOLT) i able and sutficient
PERsONS to serve as Members in the
Ge':.ral A.sc-,i bly if these Iblandl.
These are therefore to notify the said Free-
holders, that
0 1 fEl, 1 .9G


I~. T VZ
In tile Said


Notice
Parish of I To the Freeholders of PEMBROKE


Parish.

BY virtue of a Writ addressed to
RICHARD .T. P. DA.laELL, MORRIS A. M.
FrITH andl N. A. BUrTERFIELD of Pembroke
Paiish, Bermuda or onomers' Islands. three
Justices asii.'i,-d to keep the Peace, datted the
I'leventh dlay of Dt_ -ember instant, under the
Hand of His Excell ney THOMAS LIONEL
JOHN GALLWEY, R.E., Ilieut_:nant-Geun,:ra!
in the Army, overnorand Comminaiider.in-Chief
in and over the Bermtuda or S,',mers' Is'ands,
and the Great Seal of these Islands,
For the election of FOUR, EMA-
BERA to represent Pembroke Parish in
the next General Assembly of these
Islands;
We hereby give notice that we will,
AT TH. COURT? HO7S
In the Town of Flamilton,
Between the hours of Eleven o'clock in the


Will be held

Parish n,.ar the Parish
Church,


On M O N D A Y, the Forenoon and One o'clock in the Afternoon
Ofth December instant, Of FR DA Y, the.
From 11 o'clock in the Forenoon to I o'clock Fifteenth day of December instant,
in the Afternoon,e the NO ATIONS of
For the purpose of receiving the Receive the NOMINATIONS of
NOMINAONS then an tsuchPersons as shall e duly made and do-
NOMINATIIO1 *frthen and there offered, livered to us, and should the nunmers of
and if such nominations shall exc-evd the nominations then and there made not exceed
number of places to be tilled, the POLL- the number of places to be filled, we shall
ING of -VO I ES will cowmmence at the bameu d.e'are such nominated Persons elected;
place oun but should such nominations exceed the
WT ednesday the 20th De- number of places to be filed a POLL for
f the election out or such nominated Persons
member instant, of four Members to represent the said Parish
At II o'clock in the Forenoon, and continue in the next General Assembly will be open-
till o'clock in the Afternoon of the same day, ed at the Court House aforesaid on
when the -Election wil finally close. Monday the 18th day of
ALEXANDER J. FRITH, J.P.,M da e e b th day o
Returning Office,. December instant,
For Paget Parish. At E'even o clock in the Forenoon and fina'ly
Warwick, I ith December, l.2. e'osed at Four o'clock in the Afternoon of the
same day.
Vot e Dated the Eleventh day of December, An.
So e no Domini, I1882.
I RICHARD .T. P. DARRELL, J P.,
tro the Freeholders of tile Parish of N. A. 3BUITERFIELD, J.P.
)EVONSIIIRE.


UT NDER anil lb~ virtue of a Writ.
- i-sued from His Excellency. I ieut.-Gen-
eral THOMA- LIONEL JOilN G \LLWE'Y,
Governor and Commuander-in-Chief of these
Islands. l.i.-arinsr diate I Ith De-.-ember, 1 '2,
the duly qualified FREEHOLDERS of the
s.idl Parkih of Devonshire are? 'rqt iricd and
coin;"iiid cd to be sumimoucd and. to meet to-
gether
To elect FOUR able anil sui'-,ieiit
PERSONS to serve as Memwbers in the
General Assembly of these Il.minds.
These are therefore to notify the sail Free-
holders, that, .
1 E1T .V G
Will be held
S.LT1THE 30HOOL ~C ':,,
IIl tlihe, ;il Piari-i llear th) Old


On MOAND AY, the
18th De-wleubei instant.
From 11 o'clock in the Fore-noou to o'clock
in the Afternoon,
Fir the ph)pl o~ e0 l reeivifnl the
NOMINATIONS then and there otTered.
and it such Nominations shall exceed the
number of places to be filled, the POLL,
ING of VO.IES will commence at the same
place on
Wednesday the 20th De-
ceimber instant,
At 11 o'clock in the Forenoon, and continue
till 4 o'clock in the Afternoon of the same day.
when the Election will finally close.
MORRIS A. M. lF,'I'H, J.P.,
Returning Ollicer for
Devonshire Pari.ih.
Pembroke Parish, 1
llth Dectember, 1'L2. (

To the Electors of Southampton
Parish.
SouraAMProN PARISET, Deer. 5i, I:'
O.- llemlia,
As a number of the Freeholders andl
others of -outhanmpton Parish have requested
that I would allow myself to be offered at the
now coming General Election to represent
their Parish in the House of Assembly,
I re.spectyully solicit y-ui suippu. in aidc
ot same.
Yours, obedient ly,
G. 0. W[ITNEY


. L', J-1 tl.'L thing Ilor a Nie Eloliiday
it(d as a mew.mb,-r for the Present,
at the .,miini elections, (.'se/ul and Orn n mental.
to honour mi: with your British Oak with Nickle Silver .Mou.ntings:
s end,.:avor, ,o f:r as my Iolid Bowls. Ice Pitche, s, I:.- Pails. Ink
to promote tbe best in- S stands, t'ups and Mugs, Biscuit Boxes
Suninfluenced by sect or Castors ; Butter, Pickle & Marmalade Dishes
Salad Spoons, Foik & Butter Knives, &ic.
A. J. HODSDON (g- Call at CHILD'S and sc- thom.


OPENING.


BOOTrs
B0 0 i


~i. -6 aPIlt 4 DEjI' &S1-W
Will open a

& SHOE STO 0


RE


On WEDNESDAY, Deer. 13th,
With a Complete Stock,
,, .. .Y. _. I Front St.,
*- i I. .' : .


Washington's Point,
West of Queen St.-ouce pd.


HAMILTON.


Election Notice.

pUR-UANT to HIS EXCEL-
ENCY'- THE GOVERNOR'S Writ of
this date, the duly qualified FREEHOLDERS
of Sandys Parish, are requested to meet

In the said Parish,

On FRIDAY Next,
The 15th instant,
At eleven o'clock in the forenoon,
For the purpose of electing FOUR
pl:rs".'s to serve? as Members f,:,r the said Pa
i.;: 1 n th G.neral As .S r' ebl f those Islands.


BERMUDA, Alias
SOMERS' ISLANDS. j
VICTORIA, by thi Gmre of GOD,"of
[L.S.3f.] the, Unit1ed Kingdon. of.
T. L. (GALL1VEY, Gre.'t Brit.iiu and Ire-
Licut.-G nral, 1crad, Queea, D-fender of
G',uvrnur ud Coin- the Faith, Empress qf
ria ler-- i,-Chid. Iil,',.
S .To.r ncll Wlfl oe-I ,ou, f.thvi a t'ie tLeji4t.
C. '.it luri ofs ,t'o r Bi-rii' lis or .S.oaes'
Icla,,is, .l t' I., (' brl",: d andil fithifuil
the .lVei.er ia tthe .Asseably f our 6.'i&d
l.tiifai am t to) cur l,.iiclg etii j tecs 'cwhoa
these preSeti:ts may toncera.
W VHEREAS we have thought fit to dissolve
the present COLONIAL PARLIA-
MENT of our said Bermudas or Somers' Is-
lands, which now stands prorogued to Monday,
the First day of January 183, We do, for that
end, publish this our

"troclamiation,
andi do hereby dis6soi'e the said Colonial Parlia-
ment accord;iygl.; and the Legislative Coup-
cillors, nd theo Members of the said Assembly
aro discharged from their attendance on the
said First day of January S13. And we being
des rous and resolved, as soon as may be, to
meet our people of our said Islands a.und to
have their advice iu Colonial Parliament, do
hereby make known our Royal will and plea-
sure to call .1 NEIV COLONA.4L PARLIA-
MENT, and do hereby farther declare, that
we have this day given order for the issuing
of our Writs in due form for calling A NAr
Colonial Parliatmeit in our said Bermudas or
Someis' Islands, which Writs are to bear Testa
on the Eit',l-di/ dity of Decemuber, A.D., 1832,
and be returnable on the 'Tiweuty-jecond day
f January, A.D., 1883.
In testimony whereof, weba*e caus-
ed the Great Seal of our said
Islands to be hereto affixed.
Witness our trusty and well beloved
TnOMAS LIONEL JOHN GALL-
WEY, Lieutanant-General in
our Army, our Governor and
Commander-in-Chief ii and
over our Bermudas .'r .'ont-
ers' Islands at our Town of
Hamilton, in our said Islands
this Sizxth day of December,
18s2., and in the 46th year
of our Reign.
By His Excellency's Command,


CAVyEN DISH


colonial &5erdwtyL


GlOD SAVZ TILE QUES!


Notice to
Mail


Imphlorters
S teamr&els


by


Receiver Genmeral's Office,
4ITB DECEMBER, 1882.


And if such election be not, determined on TAPORTERS by Steamuships car-
view, but a Pole be demanded, the said Meet- trying Her Majesty's Mails are hereby in-
in- will adjourn, at one o'clock in the after- formed that the tut.h section of the Revenue
non, to eleven o'clock in the forenoon of C-llection Act of 1-'-61, which 'prescribed the
j 1 th e1 S th t conditions respecti)ng the removal of Goods
londl ay, the Ot ins ll t., inpor'te, by.uch slhfA alnd the penalties for
For the purpose of POLLING VOTES, and nut. conforming th,-rcto, has been repealed by
th*, -lection will close at four o'clock in th" the Act pasedl du ing the present iesaion of
afternoon of that day. the Legiilature -' to ntamend the Revenue Col-
Given uner my hnd tis eleventh day of election Acts." and the following provisions
December, hnd t lv h day o have been substituted therefore: that is to say-
D Ev.-ry Importer or Consignee or other
JOHN FOWLE, J.P., person to whom any such Goods shall be de-
Returning Officer. liveied before entry of the same and the pay-
ment of the duties thereon, shall make due
Receiving per .'/ta." entry thereof and pay aUll duties thereon, with-
in FrVE days after the entry of the importing
SA ship and in default thereof shall forfeit the
P 0 T A T 0 E S Of FIVE pounds."
S* If any such Goods being of a perishable
r.lll nature shall not be cleared forthwith, or not
SFor EA'TING and PLA NTING. Second to being of a perishable nature shall not be clear-
Neor EA t aid PL rN ToING. Seond ed, and all charges of duty, rmoval, Ware-
None, bu Superior o Any Louse rent and storage, be not paid within
Parties who have engaged will Pleasa Call at thirty day3 after the entiy of the iwportihg
Once. ship, such Goods may be sold, and th&
C.e. H RO BINSON. produce thereof paid in discharge of duties
Iand charges and the overplus, if any, to the
45 Front Street, Once. Proprietor of the Goods on his application for
flamilton, i'2th D-.cember, 182. ( the same."
Serving Silver Jewely. .". If at any time the Receiver General otrAs.
Slerling ^Silver Jewely. sistant Receiver General shall have occasion
A LL the latest Novelties and designs in to collect or enforce the duties on any goots
A olid Silver Jewelry, such as Bracelets which have been imported, but not duly enter-
and Bangles, 'in great variety), Neck Chains ed within the time allowed by Law for that
and Lockets. Brooches and i.ar Rings, Bar purpose, he shall value such goods foQr a l
Pius, Scarf Pins. Finger Hings, .leeve Buttons purposes of duty at the highest current value
aind Studs, Vest Chains, Thimbles, &e., of goods of the like description in these Is-
A( tACa 1 hLD'. lands, or at such value as he shall cQnsider
I equivalent to the highest current vaIu- in
S1o1 COI a nt- t-lhe-e Islands, and the value so fixed Ail be
J- GOOdl. ..U V \ 1ll ieil. *deemed to be, for all purposes of duty, the
true value of such Goods until the contrary be
Must be reliable and competent., shewn by the Importer or Proprietor thereof
a. to the satisfaction of the Receiver General or
Liberal wages. Assistant Receiver General."
Apply at the Bishop's Lodge, between 12 The penalty imposed for not entoriag oor&
and 2 o'clock, p.m. within the time allowed by Law for that -i'um-
Hamilton, December 11, 1SS2. poe mauy bo sue-.i for and recovered by th',
-- receiver General or Aasi tant Receiver G.ieir a!
Chiain: '-"pet o e. before any two Justices of the Peace.
k
r-v1 '~ AJTrn JAMES TU' 'KF;.l,
; J R lI N 1, Rectiver General
N.B.-From and after the Ist of January,
A Two Story DWELLING 18.'-3, the practice of notifying defaulting Im-
rA.Vo-porters of their neglect to comply wit the
S HorsE on Union Street in provisions of the Revenue Acts will be diseon,
this Town, conveniently situated to Prospect tinued.
and next adjoining the Residence of the late Dec. 5, 12, 19,
Mr. JAMES WATKINS. 5 19, 26.
_o~singvno tis o January.


Possession given on first of January.
For further particulars please apply at the
ROYAL (jAZk.T'1F Office or to
JOHNl T. STONE,
Devonshire.
December 9, 181,2.
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE
POST OFFICE, 6T. GEORGE, 11hi Dec., 1882.
Matteldes do Carmo Dias, Jo Desilva,W T Light-
bourne, F S Smith, Nigrol Vicira (Cooper's Island).


. . .. .. . ... . . .. -: _
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. Il TRE
POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 9th Deo., 10..'
M Anderson, Schr "Aldytha," Thos*ersham,Jai
B Brown, Peter Bloin, Wmi Beck, Ben Beia, Gee
Eve, Joseph Fisher, Schr Franklin," Francisco J
Gonsalves, Frank F Graseer, A C Harvey, A Jones,
Jose de S Luduvico, Carolina Lundell, Sohr "Lil-
lia," Faustina J Luiz, Jos F Lightbourne, Manoel
Marshall Wm Mullarky, Jenny L Robinson, Auto-
nio de Rezusdes. Wm H Robinson, Arthur "'prazg,
Peter J Smith, Anua :teviwart, Elizabeth Trott, Ed-
ward Wiegmann, R E Webeter.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


ICE CO(3PANY.
Office at ICE IHOUSlE, East lIhnrdway.
"rli-dls Subseriber. would r:epectfully inform
(tie people of !l:i,ilt,)IuI aIul vicinity that
liey' a;e now prepaid el to )aien] la anll iirderh
h1r Ice in a first class itittiner andil it tle reaisc.ni
aLb!n line, of llail-i'enny p,.r pound.
",'e will keep cointi ,'tly anR hImnd at the New
It-. is.-, I-.nst it.,.a i :r n -:IIt\ ,1 11.' ,
tliihi~ ti the .ear t,.- i.v cfi. ilof ot r l- s-
t'niiers hlio imay rc'juie ic e diii mir w'inler
HI IT .
H1y Iutuet nil. i:t;oin ela m r l.it-stornes anld
1liifcr a"ii..-Ilii n t our inii.%u we hipe to re
cive ,a ,;.;iro uf'i.l Publ 'u p troina e.
vlee =. ;Iwuer-,I d .ily ( --i ;,,:; s excepted) in
iinun .,t :lt i vi':i ,ieii
N. !,.--lt:; !.'; .-.i ,,I; e.p iron'., 7 i.t. to
(;*30 p, daily, .u. md s ext.epted,, hein it
Sill be upen from 18 Io. .
JOHN B. STAHL & CO.,
East Broadway, Bamiilon.
June 20, li2.-tf..

Wanted,
(About the 6th of Aovember next) ;
A GflOO I, to look after a
i orse and I'rap.
ApIly ail uihe t office t.f this l'aper.
ai- illnoo, inO tber l:3th, I, '.

GOOD CO FFEE
Everybody wants it, but very few get it
because most people do not kno-v how to
select coffe,:-, or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these diflicul.
ties has been our study. Thurber's Ipack-
age coffees are selected by an expert who
lunderstands the art of bl-nding various
flavors. Tbb.i-y r, roasi,-dl in thelt most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities', then put in
pound packages (in it 1, thel- ,.;t ,,.,,,.l, )
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuienenes, and each pack'agecontainsthe
Thutberrecipe 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,
good quality, honest qaiiat;i, reasoritble
pri,:. Ask your Gr,'eir fir Thui'-ler's
ro0 stel 'Cofet in p,,';,' l J .l/-.r A'... 34"
or No. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the fleal"' Coffee-pot, the simplhet, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell onr Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, &c., ,
11. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Tinporters, Wholesale Grocers and t coffee
Roasters, New York.
P.,.-- s the largest de :iers in food pro-
ducts in the worl,.l, we eonsid,'--r it our iin-
te.rest to manufacture only pure and
whiolesoiiie oo-l. unrd iu.pa'k Ilett-Li in a tidy
.ar d sa.tisal'ctora y wanin-r. All gro.1.
b.'ain. ont ur min' a r- l. ia .]irt.:-e- t a le '
EOf optl,-.rio quality. ,mru, ,,/ ifl ,I.,,' ,,,
bit: i, ,l il o i'. a iiOiut -i.e .l ,:t lefullnl the
pur'chn1 e ptrie in any ..- hlll yI-ru' :i,i ..iLi-
ers have cause for ,liss"at;sfac-tion. It is
to iltlT,.-r .. i. t, iota d>tl:l'Irs
and consu met s to use "'.'t i ern' br'oaib.


For Sale,
150 B ARRELS Early Rose PO-
15 B TATOES-specially select-
ed for Seed,
200 Barrels Best Table POTATOES
150 Barrels Fish GUANO
50 Bags Southern FERTILIZER
And a few Bottles of ONION SEED which
will be sold from this date at 4,.' per bot-
tle to Cash Customers.

1 Second Hand BUGGI( 1
1 New Open CARRIAGE
Iloth will be sold Cheap to close a Consign-
InL ent.
ALBERT INGLIS.
St. Gcoro's, Oct.:.ber 4, 18S2.

The Latest Styles.

The Largest Stock,
OF
IMPORTED




In the Town for
OVERCOATINGS,
SUITINGS, and
TROWSERINGS
J. M. McNEIL & CO.,
THE TAILORS,,
64 Front Street, G3
TAILORING DEPARTMENT r.
Fall and Winter Stock
Broad Cloth. Doe Skin
And
FRENCH CASSIMERE.
Tweeds, Tweels, Tweeds

In Suits of Oine Pattern each.
Particularly call the at tention of the' Publie
to the Unprecedented Assortment of the va-
rious designs.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
Gents HRose Silk Lisle Thread
Lambs Wool
Merino and Cotton in Clocked, Unbleached,
Plain and St iped
NECK TIES.
Silk "Satina Linen and Cotton
All Co'ours and shades, White and Black.
Silk and ,Satin Broceide -d
Linen and Cotton Han.lkerchiefs, Embroider
ed and Heriniued-Sliitch.
Genits "Tourist," Lawn T".nmis, Cricket,"
"Oxford." Regatta, Oscar Wilde."
SHIRTS in Whit., Striped aud assorted
Colors (perfect fitting.)
Gents White Dress Shirts
Bosom 3 Ply Linen.


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F *t' *o'.!'i
aj -t^ '; '-~1t L -ii '- a,-"" *
, t 5,x tr

6 0
0no smoso O '. Iun ano


I ,.-U L-'n V ........-1 L1 .. ,^ .S L U! .
......... Richardson's 2.200 Fine Linen andi
S' ) --. Utica No-Pateil MUSLIN
f P r n Hats Cap-i Lawn Tennis Caps in Hard:
Madie frl,,mn Pure ?.ain Water., and so(t Felt
--- ..t. Cardigan Jackets Ready Made Tweed
'i i! ;- -d !iiide. i il C a Sitaners ilhout die. Pants Suits
dla.ger Rteeidii all ;,lipori el Ice, which in 1-Rubber Coats anud Leggings '
Sio.st en s nfecr tho sv-reu ii: i e sie- in a,,r,- Scarf Pinu Overhauls
uer n '1 ch- in..i, in drek in er. Shirt Studs Cu t tons
-a t D a, l .tr.is. uiw prep a, dt o .rn,;.ih i, ce, 11a Brushes Collars Buttons
and deiitred in I'a.tilton and Vieniitv f Ioi'8 Shawl Straps Colubs
a.iti. i;, 12 .v'clock-Suinda t, e.:etiit.l. Feather Dusters Whisp Brooms
P'ric.' itf I'-.iny Itir pliud. Ulmbrelis
'rIiii liii.,i : ihoin,. ,hie-..rv espetitully ask Clothes anud Hat BRUSHES
a contno,..,c ,f the Pbile p oI,,,,i GENTS UNDERWEAR,
TH19. .llLE S. Merino, Lambs Wool and Cotton
ilainiltir, \ly 15, 18&2. And many other Articles suitable for Gents
-- Toilet, too numerous to mention.

Ladies, Child-ren's ard Misses Hosi-
ery ;


GUION LIN E

" united Slates Mail Stleamers.

,FOAf L1R"EHIPOO 00L
CALLING l QiUEEN.-TOW1VN,
l,E .AV E NE YO It K
ERX I'Y T3 EISflkY.


ARIIZONA Tuesday, fee. 5, at l ;''30 p.m.
ABYSSINIA 12, t 6'00a.m.
WI.'CO:\SIN 19, at Noon
tliAS %A '26, at 5-30a m.
WYIJMING Jany. 2, at 1'00a.m.
ARlIZONA 9. at 6'00 a. .
AlYSVINIA 16, at I1-'t0 a.m.
The ab thae Trade, have five watertight bulkhleadii, ajd
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons nod Ste%, -
:resses. 'ITh'u.Saloon Accommodations are an-
dOrpas.sed by any -'tlantic Steamers, and thet
(vie Rooms are Onl main deck opening into the
'looe, thus seetuing that great comfort in
S.a u ruavel, perf-ct rntilation and light.
smokingg Iooni, iath Itooma and Piano on
teaca. Steamer.
The- U. S. Mail Steamer "'Orinoco" from
iersui.da, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
" ,r,. 1,u liodays, and i'aiserigers' baggage can
e P uiit-feired direct to the Liverpool StSLeawer
sailing next day.
II.LIAMS & GUtON,
Agents,
l;. a iwu uy, e w Yc. rk.
New York, November 16, 1882.


Silk Lisle 1 reat Lnrnns wool
Merino and Cotton hi White I'nbleached
Plain, Colors Fancy, Clocked, Striped
and 1ialf and Halt."
,,


:1 LSO,
An assortment of LADIES WEAR
suitable for the present and coming season.
White and Unbleached COrTTONS 36 inches
'aide, 31d., 4d., .5d., 6d.d., d., 8d., 9d., per
yard.
Double Width sheeting White and Unbleached
Pillow Case Muslin 5-4 wide, i/ per yard.

Fall and Winter Prints.
Dress Patterns and by the Yard'3d., 4d., 5d,
per yard. Fast Colors


Quilts, Blankets and Counterpanes
White and Assorted Colors in Woolen awl
Cotton.

Notions in Great Variety.
BUTTONS, HAIR PINS, NEEDLES,
THREAD, BELTS, BUCKLES,
And Articles pertaining to that Department.
White Goods a Specialty.
Tomels Crash Lonsdale t.ambrie
White 1 isse, &%c.
And a General Assortment of
A -A kmV

Complete.
Hamilton, October 10, 168:2.


Notice.

TiOE UNDEhI.lGNE!i
Will Offer for Sale on arrival of'
e Sbhr. "ALTA1," trom !L I. LIF %X, (x-.
pected to nirive in a few da(y') at, tlhe
very lone-t Prices for rslih,
A C.;of:..'i, nr.,il ,,f

130 B T- ~T eiFk OATS,

.ALSO,
Onion B03 MATERIAL,
Tomnato Dox ENDS and LATHS,
Drumns CODFIS'H.
S'.I DL. 1). OBLVSOA.
S. Fro t t-ieet, E'4/.
f nM.i roan. 27ih Nov., l,-'S'2.*

NOTICE.

F ale o or hire.
k Superior Horse Donkey perfect-
3ly Harmlt-es and Quiet.
; With a UvW style'
Carriage and Irarness.
i The same would. suit a Lady or Invalidi.
Te'rw, Moderate.
Plea.,e applly to
HEN RY T. DYER.
Hamilton, Septerm,.,:r 5, I.',.2.

Board & .Lodging

,- ISS BRUCE, Private Board antd
C i.or giu Ver'i: 'i v r, Wei-t En, St.
George's .
S ctober 2S, 882.


Liverpool, Qiieensisowan, Londoni,
and New Vork.
SPAIN, HELVETIA, HOLLAND,
EGYPT. THE QUEEN, DENMARKL,
ENGLAND, ITALY, CANADA,
ERIN, FRANCE, GREECE.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprise
TWELYE of the largest steamers (beloin-.ins
to one Company) in the Atlantic service lear-
iur the port of New York. They are Luilt en-
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de-
cornative parts, are divided into water-tighl
and fire proof compartments, and provide,.
with everything calculated to add to their
safety, angd to the counfuit and convenience or
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (al
on the main deck) :.rt unusually large, light
andl airy. the table an.1 ,en -ral aLppoint.
meints comralare favoural.My with thebe.t hL-:.te
in England.
One of these steaii.:-. will sail frim aINew
York v ,y 8t iur. a iiy, Quinist:\wni rin
Livei.po. l, a .l ;- : 'r .Ldonl'.l d irfet. ti-LA
N v Pier .3ill I iv r. Ilat-s f paS:gt
in currency :-To Qu'n-ut.wn andi Liva-rpool
S..u to $74. To London S:.>u1 to Mt. ; eSclilitn tiits '. i(. uitiretiicy
Stcriagge p~ass~age ':. in itl-niey. For further
particulars alply to the Comrany's Oilices
I'ou. 69, 71i and, 7.3 Broadway, New York.
F. W. J. HURST,
: "Manager
.1ew York, January 27, 18 '2.

. I IP.'.


SEL F CUR AT I VE ,
ADAPTED TO ALL PA.I'.- OF THE !'f0l\

Dr. Bryan's Electric hel1..
-FOfR THE CURE F-


Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy-
sical Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis
Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorders, Impol ney
Liver Complaints, Dyspcp-ia, Rheuia.ti-m,
Headaches, Female Coinpli,' t, Premaiure De-
cay, etc
NO MEDICINE IS .T'1E ESSAY.
THIS wonderful discovery in the applicLioa of
Electricity enables the suff. t er to give scien.
ilie attention to his own i ca;` inu accordane with
Nature's laws. The belt acts by aid of the heat
and Wmoisture of the body and evolve continuous
currents that inlose the system ',ith the vitalizing
element until the disease is overcome, itnd a re-
uperative process established.
The Electro-Magnetic Current,as evolve! I.-i DI.
Bryan's appliances, strengthens tbo nervous q.':tmin
give force to the brain anud digesive functiit-, te-
store lost or impaired po;ver ol body or mind
whether arising from acts of innprudence, .icknttss
or old age.
Illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent
on application. Orders received through any re-
spousible CnnmiEiion Ihuse, and in ordering send
measure round the waist anti state the nature of tLa
complaint, ao-! a suitabl. appliance will be sent to
order. Addtts.3:
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO.,
E. T, NEw YorK, U.1S.A.


Notice.



We intend dispatching suitable
VESSELS for BERM.UDA Sailinotg.
from HALIFAX as follows:
4 Novr. 11, 1882. ..Deer. 3, 188'2"
S- .Jainv. 63, 1 :T83. F lFbv. I, I.:3"
r'- l1, i8:' April I, :,83*
Ni suffici,-t iin lucera.m-it offter-s will dispat,:h
f-vest i,- a fterw( ird.
All Goods carried at. Low Ratvs of Freight,
anid 1pay.able in Berimudna..
For further if'ori.mation apply to JOHN S.
DARRELL, Esq.. Ag.:-nt at, S1. Gteo.ys, or
W. T. JAME Es:t., Agent, at Haimillon,
BERMUDA.
J. B. NEILY & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Meichants,
HALIF.AX.
Nova Scotia.
October, A.S-o.'.

"Long Island Brewery"
MAW, n
A~i ESPET0-4
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Fresh Supply recently receiv- CASH, Viz.:
ed from the above Breweiry in casH of Bls. S. F. FLOUR. Do. MEAL,
6 Gall:ous each.
Beer Shis as well as Canteens can be fur- Fille alld (Coarse
nished the above at a low figure by Ditto Pilot BREAD Bags CORN
THES LLGF1T BU PTBag's OkATS,. 5 and 3 Bushels
THEOS. J. LIGHTBOURN, Di-to BRAN Ditto PICE
A-gt.,. Tins LARD Boxes CANDLES
Front Stie.et, Hamilton. Boxes SOAP HAMS BACON
Oct. 2nd, 1S82. and SHOULDERS
~ Boxes CHEE-;E Bxs. RAISINS
--. t I1 .'O, Tubs BUTTER heams PAPER
Bis. Seed POTATOI S, GARNETS,
6 ir4 Front Street, G65 Do. Eating DO. Bls. APPLES
re readIlv to take Orders. forGenit's B's. FISH GUANO
T irt BaDs Pottoe S rA.NURE. &C., &e., &l .
i 1 I Persons intending to Purlchase will do well
Me .sure tak int ni Fi ;n.-l ..-.. ed. to Call at ihe -' Ea.-t End Groe--ry and Provi-
-....- sion Store," where they will ftinl as good qual-
A'.. <, ity for Lower Prices than any else in the
A Lar.. 1 rrant.r i I .M market,
U m''rk -t..'' [ SAMUEL D. ROBINSON.
1i 3 Hamilton, November 20, 18&?.-t.f.
All ,1 i lIt ..t de irns.
OJ'* .U"'iil, f Ilos.iinIs, or h;iJ. I Fio r


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I'or rcfren'.e to fit apply to


J. M. McNEILL & CO. A few Barrels of Choice Table
II., 1M O-., t .'9 !,.'.b .* ,
L .. .... $,
Real .,Estate in Hamilton DATRRELL & CO.
Parish m lt., O,.Iet r loth, 1S2.e
Parish fo ale. One Hundred Dollars

Dwelling REI'RD.
A *,R ,. .. ..
._ jr E i ~. LIE above Sunm will be pai.:l for
z_. .-" ^.t- %i6B$ 1oiSlM L '%Ji A . st.uch il'fornumnioin as ill convict Ihe l'er-
And Parcel of t 2 ." d9, con- ~o or iers,. who, ,Al Smnla,. Ni',i lst, went
training Three Acres. Two' Rods and Ten t'" h:ird the "'lt l ZePHiY," n,' malici-
Peitche., moi e or le.ss, in Hamilton Parish. On!i-.' cit a:i d J si..,:,i ,.u h. F.il a d Mai.,t and
Bounded Easterly lby Lauds of the Widow ofd 'si: t!e hi l,1.
the late Antbony 'amnuel Trott. Southerly, i DR. S. A. SMITH.
on ti.h Sea. Westerly, by Lands of Robert lli.n.ilin, 0. tlbe: 9, I.-2.
Peniston, a.lnl N-Thi.rly on Ponid n or Slt At
Wa.1t:r Lake. comonuily known as "Northt's
Pt.nd." Tle--Land is, itersect.'d by the new .
Military Pon.l, which runs quite near the ...-
Dwellinig house Pric. lto,..lte. Apply Fruit !
caly to RMOND T. MIDLETN. J irid r Orinoco"
ORMOND T. MIDDLETON. Jn-t rrhcd per "Orinoco"


14th August. 18H'5.

Hard Stone Lime.

For Sale.
A Quantity of the above warrant-
J-d -i I,.rI Stone, for Sfale at. CooMDs
FaL.,i oiuthlaLqpton. We. .
-' rangeoz:.:ut 1" ma1- 1,,:- tt-id for l lively at
th ,-iln ur at any 1;.irt otf he L.laud on appli-
2:!ti':,i to




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T. W. PFW V HS .i: i?.







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/,;,,, '.'. ."..':.. ....'-.-'..

A" TE It, v, to call tle atiti,-jn I.f tIe Trade t.
S I ew \xritie fo or i atch we have accept-
ed ll "i.renev,


I -the veiy h.si pi ep.,r: i.ion we huve ever snteu
or II-.'cd fotr clean ig arli poilshinT.
,ilvt r PlfatvetI% re, ienl(l Ilated W are,
('u-pad.re-s, I 'lite 'las,
r,,- ,r i 'l'-:,...! Sign ,, -olid >i!ver \Viare,
Nitl.atled or liver t'- ~.,,.la F,Iunila ins,
ifd *";- ,,w C'ie-, l\Milit-ar Equipmenti.
(Jr ny t iieti c Ilic irl'-ice upon whitit a brilliant
pulian is rrquitt.l wiiIml.ut inijur' to the metal-s
1ind I% iaik iiit,: !li.,r. a.i:l ( .t :ie- l. lr nickel
l~I i g% n'i .;!ove' has. I ecoi ce di.el *I rtrd by
hiea Lu-tnir" will tesg -ie Lt to its former
1.rightn -ss. ." p.rpular ias it tbeci,ue, that it
is r, ,w the rtieo.i'oiscd ,t:..,.d-ud of the Stove
I nli ck l'.r ti ti.- iLuri se.
It i- :l.soluitel !iee fL in acid, grit or omher
inju ii.u-1 iulsiritnce' .
i .-:, prep.raxlriu ol' gr itenuine lien t a d \ lie-
otiLe it-f-1 llct'.-.wllm s ;i, .ti eleo f daily) .itmily
u-e andi -,ale -re eipeuted. !'rice 25c per 1-(.tn
tie.
Foi .rale cerv where.
I. K. F. *~ 'I'R '!.- R & Ot0.,
.A genlt.
N i> Y 'l-k, ( .:.,- b r IS, I -2.-3;i
SiLVE1 "Watches from 60/ _::, T. Goldi
. Watches troma 5 to 20. at Ci'ild's. All
warrantedd .


Fresh Peaches Pears
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Froin the West Indies.
The Royal Mail Steamer Alpha, Captain Crowell,
from Jamaica via Turks* Islands, arrived on Thurs-
day last and left on the afternoon of same day for
Halifax.
We are endebted to Captain Crowell and Mr.
Purser Howell for files of Jamaica papers up to
1st instant.
Arrangements have been made for the Royal
Mail Steamer frost Halifax to Jamaica to call at
Turks' Isliuds both on her outward and return
voyage.
It was reported by the West Indian ia London,
that Sir Arthur Gordon, late Governor of Austra-
lia, is to snuceed Sir Anthony Musgi ave as Governor
of Jamaica.
(From,, lt .Jr,,,,awca Iies.'aUh, Norember 27.)
WESTGATE ALIAS O BRIEN.
William We.-Stgate a'ihts O'Brien, in charge of
Acting Inspe>ctor Morrow of the Dublin Police
Force, left f_,r England early yesterday morning in
the'steamer Nile. The man had beeu in the Span-
ish Town J ailletween three and four mouths, in a
spe,'i:tll prepared cell, so ejiistructcl thut he
wouldd be seen at d. y as well So night b the sentry
at the floor. There were eight con-stables who,
since hi-s i .ircer ition. had I-ea- detailed for this
particular duty. On Friday JL')il-Uinw the A,-ting
Inspector of Prisons, an:-ompauied by Inspectors-
James, Hepburu and Marrow, brought, over the
Governor's warrant to the keeper of the District
Prison. to deliver up W-stgate tundli the Fugitive
Offender's Act. Wcgate was acordinuly hiuded
over to o e o, c he Iu,:-.,:tors. who put one of the
man s hand in iron', and hlild the other iron cuft.
We.st:.it-, w-hn he w:is atmitte., wa- very ema-
ciated and c.vrel with coal dint, buit during his
incarceration he ha-s -en wellt fed, and l hi ipewr-
ncne w'1s t.,rilly- dit.'reut on his exit fromin jail.
He was fat and loke-d .tronz. uHe was furnished
with two winter suit, t.. serrv him when Ir. artive-
in Euuglaud. He w.ts brought over in a first clais
carriage by the eveinr" train to Kingston and tak-
en to the King.ton jail and their retmined till his
embarkation at the Victoria Market pier yesterday
morning for Port Royal. Westgate believes that
he will not be handed.
The 2nd West India Re-'inr,:nt now at lJimaic-a i-
ordered to proceed to the West Coast of Africa for
3 years service. The headquarters of the ls West
India Ri-vitient is expected to be Kingston, Jamai-
ca.
A Ba iity of Artillery from Dover, England,
and five e. rpanie-s of the Royal S,:ots from Malta,
tire now ,:. thi-r way to BrbKidos, with is to be
the lih-aidiuairt.-rs of the Greys.
JA.AII'..-The LcL-i-latlve Co'mnil at its sitting
on the' 7th instint, ihavina, r:-sc.lv-d it,..-lf into a
Committee iif tlhe whole House orn the counideration
of the vo.te for the payment of 4,192 7 6i, being
one-half the damages and costs in there Florence
Suits, th:e H-:.u-.:tirable M. S,,lomon move afin
amendment their. to in -ffert : -" that having regard
to the Resiolution .'f the Council passed on the 11Ith
January l.-t re,:riling it- agreerimut with the
prayers of the petiti...ns presented from several Pa-
ri-?hea against the payme-nt of the F'er. .- cljaimna,
the Ciun.il now r.:-fuse to v-te any niout-y from
the Treasury to meet such claims or any part
thereof."
Mr. '.!.:.;in, in support of his motion, after al-
luding to the nio.an- that had been adopted to Cerrv-
the vote, concluded a l,:,ng speech by savyini "if
right and jiutie were, doue the :,Tneudrment he had
proposed should lie carried." The Hon. L. C.
Shirley seconded their amuendme-ut, prit-.ting.agaiunt
the passing of the vote.
The Hou. G(. Heun.h:ron p.pok,' in no measured
terms against some of the official members who had
pledged themnelv-es to a i-errtain .c i.ur-e pe ially in
reference to the F,'-.-.r o affair. After :onsidIerable
argument the Hou-4. ,li\ ided, the uuiler-.istanding
9 in favor and 6 against it. Th.- amendment was
not put to the councilcil. The u...u-otli.:ial mem-
bers at once s ant in their re-signations. On the
14th the Legislativ-e !uoin,:- wat. transacted by the
official member o-l;y,, thEi prtf.lios of the non-offi-
.:ial m:.iml.- rs '-r,?e il,, il and laid on the table be-
iore their vanaiit cb.iiis. The Council -contiuued
doing 1.uinesi-. fur .5 day, when the HIouse ad-
joi:urn., th te 9th January next.
Several I ubllic mieetinu.s hal been hild-s.xressiug
oppr-Iov'v of the inon-.:.tficial members of Count-il re-
Fi'-uinE, ftrote-ting again-t the pryment of one-
ha.lf thb:- expense- in the FK.rernee case ; against
all laws p,-,isd and all money vote cirrief since
the resi.n-,ti,.n of thb- un-oli,:i-il members, and re-
sol; d :-i c- u:nding an' iher ]petition to the House of
('.m.ns., :ul pr.-li..:sed r.ising a sul,-criptiou of
3,iin f..r the :rl" '. :if giving any -xpl-ination
by Coimiii-,.n.:re xthi,:h ay be deemed n,.c essary.
Gr-at unibrage was tal:en by a nimberof tlie cor-
responden.t if the J:iaii':-a Pr.:- s, at the ro,:ueluding
part of the- letter sent by the iun-offiial member
in communicUating ti the Governor their intention
to resign, whi-ch was as fIllows :-' I have been
requested ?y my cll, agues rpesi--tfully to offer to
your Ex.-.-llm-ucy their expression of our personal re-
gard -un,.-I.: -:eiii, in-l the as-,trance of our unaba-
ted conutidence in the zeal and ability which guide
your Ex,:.-len-:y in the Admniii-tration of the affairs
of the Island."
DEMIRRt.R.a.-The eu-ar t'op presents a splen-
did aspect." The hulk of the sugar exports is
going to thie United States and Halifax.
TEIXIDAD.-The sugar anld .coanut crops pro-
mise well. The Governvr has proclaimed that
the Coolie Hoses ft'stival will not be interfered
with.
ANTIoa.--The sugar crop at the close of the
season is plI-d at t. 1,(54 h.:gsbeads and molasses
8,866 puncheons. It is feared the coming crop
will not be muin.h more th:m half the above unless
there is a more plentiful supply of rain.

HAMILTON, Decembier 1st, ISS2.
T, t'e E,7./.,i- Of te Royal Ga:ette.
Srma,-I there a law whi h prohibits boys play-
ing aud rooking noiee on the different Public
Roads ?
Per.ons whose bhiuiness rompe-ls them to travel
the Clarence Hill road must be shocked with the
noise and improper qualifying expressions, used by
the vagrants who assemble in crowds all day on
this road.
One day this week while driving iu a carriage on
this particular road I passed one of these crowds,
who held th r.'.r/t side of the road as if theirs by


lari. Wheelbarrows placed in different angles
seemed to be resting and looking on ; here and
there a milk kettle, doing the work of a reflector as
the ,un travelled in his orbits. If any horse were
slow in passing he would be called Starlight,"
" Tom" or "Sultan" to the chagrin of the driver
or owner. To prevent monotony-boys (playing
truant) were there with books sufficient, to give
lessons in the branches of a common English edu-
cation. I am glad that the Police have driven
them out of the Town and Sir, if there be a law to
prevent such nuisanu.ea some constable ought to
make a sally on these Arab/ and make the parents
pay as the Law demands.
Yours,
SERPENTINE.

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For the Royal Gasette.
THE COMING ELECTION.
The article over Liberal," in the 'olotist of
the 6th, is in the maia commendable, but i think it
needs a little sifting, for instance, the author says,
" Candidates for election should not be returned
simply to fill up gaps, when it is well known that
the greater part of their time will be spent out of
the Colony, but the antecedents, the moral charac-
tefor, the brain power, the possession of intellect
powerful enough to comprehend the wants of the
Colony, and the ability in the discharge of their
duties to rise above the narrow prejudices of race
and religious creed, should have due consideration."

Now, Mr. Editor, I would ask who so well able to
carry out this programme as the intelligent men
who go abroad, and see much of the world, and of
the men whose ideas have scope for development?
and are they not more likely to p,.:sess the require-
ments demanded by Liberal" than those who are
continually pent up in this little Colony, for we
know that the mind becomes expanded by travel,
and thus we gather into our possession the quali-
fieations of those in more extended spheres, and can
bring them to bear upon our legislation? Brain
power and intell.-et become exercised, and are bet-
ter qualified to grapple with tho questions to be
legislated upon, than if it. seldom or never went
beyond the narrow precincts of home. The intelli-
gent, industrious, and honest man, like the little
busy bee g:es abroad to gather wherewith to make
honey on his return to the Live, and is far supe-
riSr to t lie "droue" that hovers around its circle :
thiLs I hold that the mann .[ good antece-
dentg, and moral character, who goes much
bov'ud the Colony is likely to make a far
letter m ember of our House of Assembhly than he
whose tinme- i mainly spent in a small school of ex-
perience, and observation, where his ideas are apt
to be circumscribed, counceited and selfiah Our
Hou&s of Asseiubly generally occupy less than half
the year in their public duties, consequently a
member might kpeud half his time ",out of the
Colony," and be much more efficient in his Coun-
try's service, than their man who attains his prin-
cipal politkial education at home ; or than he, who
tho' entitled to his seit is seldom in it ; or than he,
who when in it, throws hiraself upon his neighbors'
resources. I would say respectfully,
FILL UP THE GAP.
Deer. 8, 1882.
DIRGE:
On the death of Sergt. P. BriENE, 2 Bn. R. Irish
Rifles.
Hu-,h'the din: life's fitful dream
Is tuo him as niuliht: he's sleeping
We must. cross the self-same stream
Ere we cease our toil and weeping.
Cl-.e his oyv:- : his w.erk is done ;
IHe will ever heud to-morrow,
"With the glorious nod)uliy sun,
And our li-arts benutunbed with sorrow.
Hon,'st, true, and nmerry heart
F,:arl.ssly, an void of prattle,
31Ma .n.1 sol.lier, he his part
Hath wel1-played in life's rough battle.
Lonk yvour last, and close the lid :
Spr,:al the Union Ja,:-k around him :
Bring himr forth, po:,r mortal, hid
From the men who man have found him.
Shiuld.er high, with reverent tread,
Bear him to the valley youJer;
Lay him low amidit the dead-
H_ e will nevenatrive to wander.
Liv lhim low a bai.helor he ;
Not a wife or ebild to ldsz him
In his death-bed agony-
Every one of us will miss him.
Sound the requiem, roll the drums
Ov-r him who onur' was jolly :
Hark the -tartlingu echo comes
Of the last resounding volley.
Mute farr-wells are always grave,
We from him in silene sever:
tlecp in pea.--e thou h,-noured brave;
May thy virtues live for ever!
H. MORE.

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THE SERGEANTS' AMATEUR DRAMATIC
CLUB, ROYAL IRISH RIFLES.
The postponed performance of "Slasher and
Crasher" and "Bitter Cold" came off on the 27th
and 28th Nov., and was witnessed by a crowded-
uncomfortably so-audience each evening. This
Company should either extend the number of their
performances to three or four nights, or the build-
ing should be made larger. We noticed the gal-
lantry of the Officers of the Garrison in giving up
their seats to the civilians, while they had to Ait in
the orchestra, or stand in the corridor and. door-
ways. We can only reiterate our former remarks
on this excellent entertainment, that it is the best
we have.seen at Prospect for many years. The
more we see of Sergt .Builer Cheesman, the more
we like him, he having an irre-i-itibly funny ex-
presisiou in all he. says and does. A very notice-
able feature introdueed into thi5 performance, was,
a sngm entitled "Please give me a penny, Sir,"
sang with iimuel pathos by Master Frank Cheesman,
(a littlE six year oldh who impersonated a dirty,
ragged little ur:ihin, who having lost his parents,
was singing in the street, for money to buy food.
The pitiful expre-'siunon nthe i-hilT'A face, aud the
articulation drew thunders of appl-iuse. At the
finish of this song, Master Alfr.ed ( hi"man lit-
tle four year .ld, made his appnran:i..e, dressed as
" Policeman Al," who with handcuffs and staff in
hand, stealthily approaches his brother, and after
offering a reinoustr.ince- on the unlawfulness of
begging, places the handcuffs on his ithe beggar's)
wrists, and with a knowing wink of the right eye,
sang, "He's got 'eram on," and then dragged his
victim off the state. The applause was terrific,
and on hring eilled before the curtain, the boys
c.ine on h:'nd in hand and made their obeisance
and retired. We congratulate this.- Club on the
pleasing variety of their entertainment, and the
success whieh always attends them.-[Com.]

ROYAL ENGINEER THEATRICALS.
The n1th Company Royal Engineer Amateur
Dramatic Club gave two performances, on Friday
and Saturday, the Sth and 9th inst., in the Theatre
Royal, Prospect.
The pieces selected were a farce entitled the
"Turkish Bath" and the Drama "It's never too
late to neni."
The farce preceded the Demms aul was well
sustained throughout. Sergt. Bramble and Corpl.
Musgrove as Bill Spriggs and Tom Griggs, kept
the audience laughing all through the piece : the
other parts be-ing capitally rendered by Corporal
Morgan as Amelia," Corpl. Moyns Joe," and
Corpl. Clark as Adolphus."
The Drama which contained I long Acts was ad-
mirably sustained by all who took part. in it. Carpi.
Clarke (as George Fielding) must have studied his
part well, as he shewed great talent: John Mfa-
dows (by Corpl. Moyns) and Peter Crawley (by
Sergt. Bramble) were excellent, in fa,?t they could
not have been beat; Isaaa Levi (Sapr. Butters)
Farmer Merton (Sapr. Hand), Will Fielding (Sapr.
Harris), were ex-cellently represented, especially
Farmer %Merton ; Tom Robiuson (Corpl. Mugrove)
was a right good piece of acting, and in the prison
scene with .tosphs (Corpl. Sloan), ho carried the
audience with him to euch an extent that the ap-
plause was deafening; Black Will (.J. D)ugall),
Jim (J. Taylor), Hatcher (G. Smith), Abner (D.
Quirk) were very good indeed ; Mr. Haws (F.
Stapleton) the Governor of the prison was as hard
and stern as he possibly could be, while Mr. Eden
(Corpl. Bowman) the Chaplaiu, was as much the
opposite; Ja,:ky (Sapr. Watts) brought down roars
of laughter with his funny sayings and dancing ;
Susann Merton was played very effectively by Corpl.
Morgan, in his uuil clever style; Sarah was play-
ed by Bugler Wilks, a fresh face in this Company
and who promises to be an acquisition to them.

On Saturday night the performance was honored
by the presence of His Excellency the Governor.
The house was crowded to exeesv, the Moondyne"
having brought between two and three hundred of
Naval and Military friends from Boaz and Ireland
Islands.
The entertainment was enlivened during the in-
tervals with choice selections of Music by the
String Band of the Royal Irish Rifles conducted by
Mr. Brown, Bandmaster, who also admirably ar.
ranged the music for the Drama.
Thii scores another success for the Company,
who it is hoped will entertain the lovers of Drama
oftener than they have done.-[Com.]

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The Undersigned having a fit out in the above
Line-Carriages Comforiablie, lHorses Iuietand
Drivers steady, respectfully solicits a Share of
the Public I'atron'age.
JOHN C STMONS,
Near the Rectory, Paget.
July 24, 18t2.-6 m

Xmas & New Year Cards
At the "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.

Custom Entries,

SHO :T AND LONG INTRIES
Agreements for Landlord and
Tenant,
IN STOCK
At Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.


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PERFUMERY,
celebrated for nearly n century past, is of
the Tvery bist Englisbh manufacture. For its
purityand greaLexct-'l~ue it has obtained
the following
EiuWITIONs PJI7s PfDALu.
London, 1862. Paris. 1617. Oordova, 1729.
Lima, 1872. Vienna,16713. Phtladelphia,1875.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 18781.
ATKINSONS' CHOICE PERFUMES FOR
THE HANDKERCHIEF.
WHITE ROSI, FRANGIPAIUE, YLANGTI.ANB,
STEPHANOTIS, OPOPANAX, JOCKEY CLU9, ESS
BOUQUET, TREVL, MAGNOLIA, JASMIN, WOM
VILf.ET, 0tLD MEDAL BOUlilT.
and all other odours of the finest quality enly.
A*TXXN SONW'
GOLD MEDAL EAU DE COLOGNE
Is strongly recommended, being more listing
and fragrant than the German kind.
ATIN SONS'
OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP.
olebratedt foro 0 many years, continue to be
made as heretofore It is strongly Perfamed,
and will be found very durable in use-..
ATIlNSOsr' WlTE RWSE TOILET VINEGAR,
a new and Indispensabte Toilet accompanil
melt, and molt refreshing Perfume for the
Handkerchief,
ATKINSI'S WRITE ROSE TOOTH PAST%
amd other Speeialtlesand general article oft
Perfumery may be obtained eof all dealean
throughout the World, and of the mana-
facturers,
J. & E. ATKINSON,
S4, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Pricee Lit Free on Application.
CAUTILN.-Purcla are cautloned to avoid
counteitse by obtrvil that each article is
Labelled with e flrm'sTrade Mblark, a Whli
los** on a Golde Lyre."
ESTABUSHED 1790.


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