Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Volume ID: VID00350
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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No. W--Vol. I.eZ, STATE SbU.r.R VIAS ANTIQUAS 24s. per Ann.

itamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, ,'rovember 8, I 879.

BERMUDA The 8, 9, 10, 1, 12- and 18th Clauses were
agreed to.
P e ; e-- of t H L The Attorney General moved that the duration
Proceedings of the Honorable Leg- of the Bill be to the end "1884."
Islative Council. Mr. Fraser moved "c 1882"-which was affirmed.
-- Ayes 15-Messrs. Speaker, F M Cooper, R J P
Tuesday, 18th November, 1879.-Pursuant to ad. Darrell, N J Darrell, R D Fraser, W J Frithb, i G
.journmeat the House met. Hunt, J Harnett, W S Masters, S C Outerbridge,
Present-HBis Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice, W R Peniston, C Peniston, R Tynes, W H Wil-
President; kinson, T J Wadson.
The Honorable William H. Gosling, Nays 10-Messrs. T N Dill, J Fowle, SB Gray,
James H. Trimingham, E H Gosling, S A Harvey, C C Keane, T D Mid-
Eugenius Harvey, dleton, S A Masters, J W Pearman, J N Smith.
Joseph H. Harvey, The House resumed.
James Tucker, Recr. General, The Attorney General moved that the Bill be re-
G.S. Tucker, committed to 'ill up a blank in the 5th Clause-
S"- Randal E. Webster, Col. Secy. which, was agreed to.
The following Messages from His -Excellency the The Bill was recommitted.
Governor were delivered by the Colonial Secretary. Mr. Mercer in amendmentthe
(No.1I)The Attorney General moved an amendment to
(No.1.) the 5th Clause-which was agreed to.
R. M. LAFFAN, The House resumed.
Major-General, The Chairman reported the Bill as amended, and
Governor and Commander-in- Chief. it was adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
The Governor has the honor to inform the Heon- The Attorney General gave notice of amendment
orable the Legislative Council that he will receive on 3id reading of Schools Bill to extend the dura-
their Address ib reply to his Speech on Tuesday lion to the end of 1883.
next, the 18th instant, at 12 o'clock. Mr. Fraser gave notice on third reading to move
Public Buildings, Hamilton, ths following addition to the 4th Clause-" and the
14th November, 179. Catechisms of theseveral religious denominations in
14th November, these Islands, shall, if taught In such Schools, be
(No. 2) on the same footing.'
R. M. LAFFAN, Mr. S. C. Outerbridge gave notice to move to
Major-General, strike out the word "Common" wherever it occurs
Governor and Cummander-in-Chief. in the Bill.
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon A Mr. Tynes gave notice that on the third reading
orable the Legislative Council that the cost of re- of the Schbools Bill be will move as an amendment
newing the faulty timbers of the Causeway Bridges that the words not more than" in the second line
has been ;0184 17/1.b of the first Clause of the printed Bill, be struck out
SPublicBuildings, Hamlt and the words nor fewer than six" in the same
Public Buildings, Hamilton, line be abo struck out and the words "one of
14th November, 1879. y. whom shall be appointed from every Pairish in these
(No. 8.) Islands" be inserted after the word "persons" in
R. M. LAFFAN, the second line of the Clause. ,
Major-General, Mr. W. J. Frith gave, notice that on, the third
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. reading of the Bill "to make better provision for
The Governor has the honor to forward to the the maintenance of the Common Schools,"bhe will
.Honorable the Legislative Council the Report of move as an amendment that- the Inspectoir's salary
'the Registrar General of Births, Marriages and be 200 a year.
Deaths, for the year 1878. Mr. Wilkinson gave notice to move that the 3rd
Deathslause of the Schools Bill of the late Session be
Public Buildings, Hamilton,ovember, 1 substituted for the 3rd Clause of the present Bill.%
17th November, 1879. The Attorney General gave notice of amendment
A Bill entitled "The Audit Act, 1879," was to Secretary's Office Bill-to add the following
brought up from the House of Assembly and read words:-And the Receiver General is authorised to
flArst time. advance in the first instance on account of such
At the appointed time His Excellenoy the Gov- fees in order to provide for recording the unrecord-
I or entered the Council Chamber, when the ed wills, deeds and other instruments now in the
Wneil presented the following Address to His Secretary's Office, such sums not in the whole ex-
Bcellency in reply to his Speech :- ceeding pounds as the Governor
-* Y T PLRASE YO..R EXcEL.XNCY; knd"Council'shall sanction, tolbe reimbursed to' the
We, Her Majesty's most dutiful and loyal sub. public out.of the fees to be received in the Secre-
ierts, the Legislative Council of Bermuda, desire to tarfs Office for recording wills, deeds and other
Mhank Your Excellency for the Speech with which instruments.
ou have been pleased to open this Session of the The remuneration to writers employed under this
Legislature Act shall not exceed the rate of pence a
2. The subjects which Your Excellency informs folio of one hundred words or figures.
us are to be proposed on behalf of the Government Mr. Cooper moved that the Resolve for resuming
now, though few in number, :are yet very import- the vote for a Clock Tower and Clock be now' read
ant; foremost among them stands the one of popu- "a 2nd time,
lar Education, a question on the proper solution of Mr. Hunt moved that it be read again this day
which, rests, to a great extent, the future welfare six months-which was affirmed.
and prosperity of the Colony. When the Bill in- Ayes 14. Nays 13.
dicated by Your Excellency shall come before us, Mr. Dill moved that the names be taken, which
our best attention will, of course, be directed to it the Speaker overruled inasmuch as the Members
in all its features, and especially to the Clause had all taken their places and other business had
-pointed out by Your Excellency imposing a School been entered upon.
rate on the parents of all children between certain Mr. Fraser moved the following message to His
ages but granting a complete exemption from the Excellency the Governor:-
payment of that rate under certain circumstances, it Please
at we hope that the result may be the passing of MayReferring to the message addressed by this eenouse
such a measure as will fullReferring to the message addressed by this House
such a measure as will fully meet all the ends in to Your Excellency on the 24th day of October,
3. We shall be prepared to consider any ea-1877, and to Your Excellency's reply thereto of
sure that is submitted to us for providing such 26th of October, 1877, the House respectfully re-
clerical assistance as may be necessary to secure the quests that Your Excellency will be pleased to
regular recording of Wills and Deeds in the Colo- obtain from the Board of Works as soou as prac-
nial Secretary's Office. rktieable and to lay before this Housea Plan and
4. The Audit Bill, adverted to by Your Excel- Estimate of the proposed Clock Tower, such esti-
tency, shall receive our careful attention, and we mate not to exceed .1,600 including the cost of
'hope the difficulty which obstructed its progress in the Clock.
the past will be so far removed as to insure the Ayes 16-Messrs. N J Darrell, R D Fraser, S B
adoption of a measure intended to provide a proper Gray, E H Gosling, S A Harvey, C C Keane, W S
and effectual audit of Public Accounts. Alasters, T D Middleton, T A Outerbridge, S C
5. We learn with satisfaction that the defective. Outerbridge, W R Peniston, C Peniston, J W
woodwork of some of the Bridges at the Causeway Pearman, J N Smith, T F J Tucker, W H Wilkin-
has, during the recess of the Legislature, been re- son.
Placed with sound material, and put in a condition Nays 6-Messrs. F M Cooper, R J P Darrell, T
to render the Bridges safe for a few more years, N Dill, W J Frith, S A Masters, R Tynes.
but it may well be considered a fit subject for Le- Ordered, that the Message bhe accordingly sent.
gislation at some early session whether there is not Mr. S. A. Masters moved that the Bill to amend
room still for further improvements of a more per- the Liquor License Bill be read a second time-
marnent and durable character. which was affirmed.
To which His Excellency was pleased to reply as Ayes 18. Nays 2. .
follows :- The Bill was read and committed.
IOI1QWB' .--iu~ AU LU, ,.,_ ,. n,._:

I thank you for your Address and I trust that
during the present Session you will be able to deal
successfully with the three important measures-
providing for the promotion of Education-the au-
diting of Public Accounts-and the improvement of
the efficiency of the administrative staff-which you
were unable to bring to a satisfactory conclusion
during the summer Session.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 21st instant, at
Abstract of he Prooeedings of the Honorable
housee of Assembly.
'Wednesday, 19th Nov., 1879.-The Bill to make
better provision for the maintenance of Common
Schools-was again committed.
Mr. Mercer in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved the 6th Clause-
which was agreed to.
The Attorney General moved the newly printed
Clause as No. 7-which was affirmed.
Ayes 156. Nays 7.
The Attorney General moved that the blank in
the Clause be filled up twenty shillings."
Mr. J. W. Fearman moved 10/.
Mr. Wilkinson moved 5/-which was negatived.
Ayes 6. Nays 16.
Mr. Pearman's motion was negative.
Ayes 8. Nays 13.
The Attorney General's motion was affirmed.
SAyes 20. Nays 1, ,

Mr. Mercer in tne buail.
The several Clauses were affirmed-Mr. R. J. P.
Darrell objecting.
The House resumed and adopted the Bill and it
was ordered to be engrossed.
The Resolve providing for the expense of new
Timbers at the Causeway, was read, committed, the
blank filled up 135, reported, adopted and order-
ed to be engrossed.
Adjourned to Friday next.

W~ILL be paid by the Subscriber to. any
'' Person or Persons furnishing such evi-
dence as will lead to the detection and convic-
tion of the Person or Persons who wantonly
placed a large quantity of FIRE CRACKERS
on the floor close to the Front Door on the
Verandah of his residence, about 1 o'clock, on
the morning of Thursday the 6th instant; that
exploded to the great alarm of the family, and
the danger of firing the house, the floor being
char'd in several places.
Upland Villa.
November 11th, 1879.-3



r''HE STORE of the lato CHARLES MOR-
GAN, Esqr., opposite tho Cricket Field,
Will be Re-opened,

This day, Tuesday,

The Stock

November 4th.
on hand comprises an
Assortment of


D I GO 0 DS,
Of Superior quality, recently Imported, which,
in order to close the Estate, will bA Sold off
at greatly reduced Prices for Cash only.
Somerset, 4th November, 1879.
Under the Patronaige of His Excellency Major
Governor and Commander-in-Chief,
And Major C. HEREFORD and the

Of the above Regiment,
Garrison Cricket Ground,

S December 2, 1879,
Being the Anniversary of the Birthday of
Her Royal Highness the PRINCESS OF WALES,
Commencing at 12-30 precisely (weather

(Hon. Secy.)
Capt. MIWRO,

Lt. and Adj. PHAYRE,
Lieut. DAVIES,

Lieut. HADoW, Lieut. FEARON.
Segt. Major HEDINGRAM,
Col. Sergt. ORGAN, Col. Sergt. DREw.


Offers for Sale, in addition to usual Stock
GOODS, always on hand,
A Fresh Supply of English
P RO PI O S1.O i,&c.,
Per "Sir G. F. Seymour," now
from London,

-Boxes Assorted PIPES, I gross each
1 ITTO, 5 Gross Boxes
Half Chests Oolong TEA
Boxes i ize Tins SARDINES, very cheap
Ditto I Ditto DITTO
English S A LMON and OYST' iitS, 1 lb. Tins
Bottles Fine Table SA LT
Bladders Pure LAi? D
Kegs B. C. SODA and Soda CRYSTALS
Belmont Sperm and other C ANDLE.S, reduced
JAMS assorted
Ginger Beer & Soda Water CO It KS
Coir BRlOOMS Assorted BISCUITS in Tins
Fountain & other Choice PERFUMES
Parlour MATC H ES
TAPERS, &c., &c., &c.
CONFECTIONERY Conversation Lozen-
ges, rear Drops, Strawberry Ditto, Crystali-
zed Injubes, Acid Drops, Caraway Comfits,
Scotch Mixtures, Barley Sugar, Brilliants,
Bon Bons, & Wedding Cosaques, 7lb. tins.
And per 'Canimal present, usual
Supply of
,&c., &c., &c

Pla ii tiflg


Hamilton, Nov. 11, 1879, 3
Nos. 27 & 28 Front Street.

'Fins Salt MACKEREL, (Tlhurber's)
Tins STRAWBERItIES, full size
dt J. IC. KEEJ8EF'S.
Hamilton, Nov. 18th, 1879.

Executors' Notice.



New Lighthouse
vid's Island.

St. Da-

ATOTIflE is herehv aziven that o n and after

W HEREAS Probate of the Will of FRAN- the 3rd Novnmber, 1879,
CIS TONGUES late of the Town of A fixed W white Light,
Hamilton in the Islands of Bermuda, deceased,
has been granted in solemn form by the Of the 2nd Order
Court of Ordinary of the Islands of Bermuda Will be Exhibited at the Lighthouse on Mount
under a Decree bearing* date the Twenty Hill, St. David's Island.
Seventh day of October last past: this is to The following particulars are given for Pub-
give notice to all persons having CLAIMS lic information.
against the Estate of the said FRANCIS By order,
TONGUES deceased, that they are hereby B. E. DICKINSON,
requiired to forward particulars thereof in
writing to the Executrix and Executors whose Clerk Lighthouse Commissioners.
names are hereunder written (addressed to Hamilton, 18th Oct., 1879.-8
them at the Office of Mr. R. D. Darrell, Ham-
ilton) on or before the First day of December St. David's Island Light-
next, after which date the Executrix and Exe- Z:
cutors will be at liberty to distribute the as- house.
sets or any part thereof, amongst the parties ITUATED on St. David's Island in the p6-
entitled thereto, having regard to the Claims 0 sition marked Look Out" 138, Admi-
of which they then have notice, and will not ralty Chart Bermiuda Islands No. 360-is a
be liable for the Assets or any part thereof so white Octagonal Building 55 feet from base to
distributed, to any person of whose Claim Lantern and 20 feeoot 9 inches above Sea level.
they shall not have had notice at the time of It will exhibit a FIXED WHITE LIGHT
distribution of the said Assets or any part of the 2nd order, visible between the bearings
thereof. of N. 450 W. true [N. 38 W. Mag.] round
And this is further to give notice,to all per- by N. and E. to S. 440 W. true [S. 520 W.
sons INDEBTED to the Estate of the said Mag.] or over an arc of 2700. The dark
FRANCIS TONGUES, deceased that they are section extends over the remaining arc of 906.
required to make payment of their respective Although by the mechanical contrivance of
Debts to the said Executrix and Executors the Lantern the Li':ht should be visible all
at the above address on or before the said over the arc of 2700 before mentioned, it will
First day of December next. be intercepted by the lands about Fort Vic-
HARRIET TONGUES, toria or from a beating of N. 34 W. (West.)
Executrix. .

Hamilton, 3rd Nov., 1879.


A LL Persons having just CL AIMS
Saainst the Estate of the late IANIEL
RICH ARDSON, of Hamilton Parish. deceased,
are requested to render them to the Undersiined
on or before the 30th November proximo.
Persons INDErTED to that Estate will be
required to make Settlement by the above
named date.
Hamilton Parish, Oct. 20th, 1879.


A LL Persons having just CL ATMS
against the Estate of the late RICHA RI)
DAVIS tOLLIS of Hamilton Parish,deceased.
.are requested to render them to the Undersigned
on or before the 30th of November proximo.
Persons INDEBTED to that IEstate will be
required to make Settlement by the above
named date.
Hamilton Parish, Oct. 20th, 1879.

ALL Persons having' just CLAIMS against
the Estate of the late CHARLES MOR-
GAN, of Sandy's Parish, deceased, are request-
ed to forward the same to the Undersigned on or
before the 30th Novemnber proximo. All Persons
INDEIBTED to the said estate are required to
make Payment by the above (late.
Sandy's Parish, 27th Oct., 1879.

LLL Persons having just CLAIMS against
/l the Estate of the late GEORGE
WAINWRIGIHT, of the Parish of St. George,
deceased, are requested render them to the Un-
dersigned on or before the First of December
next, Persons INDEBTEDIo this Estate will
be required to make a Settlement by the above
named date.
November lst, 18'79.-3


A LL Persons INDEBTED to the Undersigned
are hereby requested to Settle their re-
spective Accounts on or before the 31st Decem-
ber next. All Outstanding ACCOUNTS after
that date will be placed in legal hands for Gol-


18th Nov., 1879.-3

A Choice Selection by "Sir G. F,
At Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
Hamilton,. Nov. 4, 1879.


-PERSONS wishing to Collect
"L ISEAWEED on that portion of the South
Coast near Warwick, which belongs to the
War Department, can obtain permission, on
certain Conditions which will be explained, ou
application at the Commissariat Office, Ham-
ilton any day wbetwoen the hours of 9 a.m.,.
and 3 p.m.



Sewing .Machinies Clea'ied
and Itepaaired.
Also, Constantly on land a Choice Selection of
.ade of Br Z N C- T Z o0 od
Made dfBormnnda \\, od,.

Hlamilton, Nov.

Queen Street,
18th, 1879.-2


THE Subscriber
tU l

has lately Im-

lJJV LGU At Itll-I
For the purpose of Grinding Bones, for Fer-
tilizing, and is now ready to serve the Public wilh
Any Person having BONES, to Sell mill
please apply to the Proprivior of the Hamilton
Steam Saw, Bone and Grain Mill Esia')li.h-
Hamilton, Bermuda, Nov. 16Lh, 1879.

l$r ant Woite,
York Street, St. George's.
rpHiE Propiielor of the ahove Elstablishmertt
-L is prepared to receive BOARDERS, either
Permanent or Transient and to provide Lunch-
eons, &c., at shortest notice and reasonable
Strangers or others visiting St. George's will
find in the above Establishment everything de.
sirable for their- Comfort,
St. George's, 17th Novr., 1879.


ALL Persons having just CLAIMS against
A the Estate of the late RUTHi MASsEY,
of the Parish of St. George, deceased, are re-
quested to render them to the Undersigned on
or before the twelfth of December next. Per-
sons INDEBTED to Ibis Estate will be re-
quired to make a Settlement by the above named
St. George, Novr. N1, 1879.
A LADY will be glad to have SEWING
WVORK in a 17illiinei's tore, or z.ome
respectable family, for children and grown folks,
by the month. Terms reasonable.
Also, can do any kind of Fancy Work to suit
children and House Ornaments.
Please apply at the "Royal Gazette" Office.
August 23, 1b79.

District Commssary Gencral.
17Nov., 1879.



,, l r5

Nov. ilton o. r, er 25,179York;

-< FOA.Li IIOU.E-SI-AM 1:)N.

sorted cargo to A. Inglis.
2.-I3arque Cape Horn, Moeln, Cape Itarti ; logwood;
in distress.-Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co.
24.-Barque North Carolina, Buchan, Baltimore ; as-
sorted cargo; in distress.-Agents, W. C. IIvland &
Nov. 18.-Barque Eliza Barss, Hollis, New York.
A Nova Scotia Schooner said to be from Barbados,
bound to the Northward, arrived at St. n -... last
evening, in distress-cargo (inl_ *i) ;,f .:-.!.
The German Barque Cape Horn was taken from
Murray's Anchorage into Castle Harbour on Saturdayv
morning last, where she will remain in quarantine until
her cargo is discharged.
The Barque V "' Carolina, Captain Buchan, from
Baltimore bound to Liverpool, G..B., anchored in Five
Fathom Hole on Friday evening last, in want of some
rlo.irs to her rudder. She went into the Port of St.
George on the following afternoon.-A-,.-1., W. C.'
H} land & Co.

The Flamborough, due yesterday from ",:,* V k,
had not, up to sunset last evening, been ;.:u i1.1.

The Steamer Alpha, of the intended Line of Steamers
between Yarmouth, N. S., Bermuda, St. Thomas, &c.,
may be looked for to-morrow or. 1, a ---1 , as she was
to commence her first trip on Saturday last. The latest
notice relative to the Alpha in the Halifax papers, is,
that she will carry H. .. Mails."
We see it stated that the Alpha made a very satis-
factory trial trip on the -ili instant, ri,iii'. outside
the Cape at Y-i'r.:,uil, and back again.

The new and magnific-ent steamer Arizona of the
Williams & Guion line between New York and Liver--
pool, has, it will be seen, met with a startil i .-i.t
which, doubtless, but for the superior build of the -ihip
and her having water-tight compartments, mast have
proved a great e-,l:iily, and have gone to the bottom.

H. M. S. Bellerophon, Captain Sir George C. D.
Arcy Irvine, bearing' the Flag of Vice Admiral Sir
Edwud A. Inglefield, Kt., C.B., F.LR.., from Hali-
fax, which place she left on the 13th instant,, arrived
,on Tu'-la' !1.'. The Bellerophon was accompanied
by the 'T..;,, D'. ruid, Plover and Zephyr.
The five ships in the order named above-entered
the Channel at the East End, and so proceeded 'to the
Anchorage at Cr.-sAy Bay, 'i;".;:.. a most ..-, ;, ii.'
sight as they passed up the Ni.., 'i.i :ide.
H. M. S. Boxer, accompanied the :,jl11..',. to sea for
target practice, and returned to Halifax. She may be
expected here about the 12th proximo, with the Mails
from: England of the i;5th instant.
Lady Inglefield and family came with the Admiral.
The T,.',,..,' left on ,-' .for .Ft. T7 ... *L
and ABrl .'.. to relieve the ,. ordered to Ber-
The Druid is to leave'a the r. of the week for
The Sirius and Contest from Jamaica may be ex-
pected to arrive here .,h:i ly.

NAVAL.--C...'.'7if,, Oct. 27.-The Northampton,
ironclad broadside ship, the new i..Pc. i1i .-: the
North American station, will, in..'."i. to the
latest orders, sail from Chatham on Saturday, to
relieve the Bellerophon at ui '.: She will be
detained at the Nore for a short time ... the usual
inspection by the Vice 'Admiral Commanding-in-
Chief, and will afterwards proceed to her destina-
tion. The new C.'i.":-i 1. i-i.i.Chief of the North
American and West Indian-. _ri"-i'1.n..[1_.L is Vice Ad-
miral Sir Leopold M'Clint- :k, F. P.. S.-English
Paper, Oct. 28.
[W e- ulttr4 is,.,.nid tha-t the .',; tiirip.',.n i.s ,.4 e::-
pected at P. -cra'ui: till about the first week in
January 1.:xt.]--.', l,. G.'

The 1,ri.i, Plover and 7Z., .7,*- Ie been on the
Newfoundland, and L[,bci :1 r ilivi-ion, of the station
during the Summer. The crews of these vessels have
nmadue av friends a; [i...: the shor. -...,1 during the
summer. A good number of them are said to be ten--
peranc, nin. 'tihey gave two concerts in the Athe-
naum. at St. Johns, just previous to their l'-..i ii --
one for the Coffee House and the other for the Orphan-.
age. Captain Kennedy of the D-qid, gave the mana-
gers of the former fird a r .-.- :' for 5.
The seamen of the .'*. ,. gave a farewell en -
tertainment at Halifax, on the 7th inst.. from which,
after paying aUll expenses, they '-.ine enabled to hand
over to the Secretary of the Seamen's Reading P'. ';m,
Water Street, in that city, the, ,anmif W_ '. -


At a. General Meeting
Hamilton, on Wednesday
The Hon. E. Harvey,
The Hon. W. H. Gos-
The Hon. G. S. Tucker,
T. F. J. Tucker, Esqr:,
R. D. Darrell, Esqr.,
Lieut. Davenport, R.A.,
M. S. Hunt, Esqr.,
S. A. Smith, Esqr.,
H. R. Outerbridge, Esq.,
Terrence MiZ'iL-, Es'.,
Claude Zuill, E.sqr.,

held in the T,:,vn Hall,
last,--Pr,:. : ,
in the Chair,
Colonel E. C. Gordon,
Dr. T. A. Outerbridge,
Dr. Patterson,
Dr. P. B. Tucker,
Lt. Carpenter, A.D.C.,
T. H. Outerbridgo, Esq.,
J. W. P.-ui.,t.n, Est' ,'
D. G. Lane, E-.,r ,
E. Zuill, E-,qr.

The. followviug .alterations in the previous pro-
gramme and or .li'i.n.u.. were proposed and agreed
1.-That the Polo Race be for horses of 14-haids
2 inches and under.
2.-That the weights for the Polo Race be catch
weights not under 10 stone 7 lbs. and that horses
of under 14 hands be allowed 7 lbs.
3.-That all Races-except the Polo Race-be
'at catch weights not under 11 stone except those
for horses of 15 hands and under which'shall be at
catch weights not under 10 stone 7 ibs.
4.-That the day for closing of entries for all
Races b3 extended to the 27th November.
F. CARP,- T!;-P,
Hony. Secy.
We are requested to give notice that there will
be'a meeting of the Stewards on Friday the 2Ath
instant, at the Yacht Club, Hamilton, at 1 o'clock.

Captain William Arthur, R. N,, has been' a,.-
_pointed to the p(st of Naval Atache at V"i'ah-
ington in the room of Captain Jones. .
Mr. Morgan Brown, an E.nglihann, has invented
a machine that will fire 300 shots a minute, and
they will pierce an iron-!, Ite'l vessel at a distance
of' 1,000 yards. The French Government has
ordered 500 of the machines.
Lord Chelmsford has been entertained at Bath
and made thefirst public reference to the war in
South Africa since his return from 2 .i.... He
stated that Sir Bartle Frc re was the last man who
would make an uiji :i i',.. war, and maintained
that the war in Zulala'nd was not only j:-:.i'., I
but necessary.
The Saw Mills owned by N. W. Blethen & Co.,
at Tusket, near Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, were des-
troyed by fire on the 10th instant. It was a pnmot
extensive establishment, and valued at $50,000.

The abrupt closing of I-' Hamilton Hotel by
Mr. '--, who conducted it last season, on the
1st. -' 7 from us in our issue of the
6 th ,y some remarks which the case merited.
At the time was closed there were Peveral -
who would gladly have remained longer,
and there were others (._i. e., from coming to
.....: .to '. the delightful weather of. Mlay
and June, when it was announced that the IIamil-
ton Hotel was closed to the public. Mr. M;-l..,
for all concerned, had entered on an unsatisfactory
contract to conduct the Hotel for six months from
November 1st, knowing nothing of the condition
of the property, or what the special requirements
of the place demanded. V p.:iui-t_ out thlit !'Lv-.
Dodge and the Corporation must come to some sort
of agreement, and that, during the ensuing Summer
", ,:, ,j ,,'l be carried out)- and many were ab-
solutely necessary, in order to make the house
comfortably, habitable during the coming season.,
That any other course would r:esult. in failure and
Somewhat late, in September, the Manager for
the present -,. :v. visited Bermuda, and it required
no very great penetration for a person of his hotel
experience to discover how great and nr,.-ut, were
the reforms demanded. By the last trip of the
4"Canima" the Manager returned, provided with
men and material, to cariy out the most n.i_-.l.-1
improvements, which are being pushed foi;i,'. 1.:.;
and, as far as we can learn, the best is being done
in the i.. 1 time now available to :make guests
for the present season comfortable. The building
and furniture needed a thorough renovation, which,
we axe assured Mr. Farnham has ri"-Lco them, and
thus --1i. .1-- .1 t1i further deterioration of a valuable
-it-. lMr. Farnham's. ., .",, gives him a
control which 7 '. .I. .:.:. and, as'
he comes !'-nn.u-' us *....'.u-, .1 -,L.A kuown as
S"., '; '1 )tel man, we mi.- that his experience
\.. Il. ... -. past miscredits, and, while adding to
his r'ni,-'tin-i. conduce also to tL: comfort of visit-
ors a..]l h.: redit of the Islanrd. Mr.]:,,.I
must have much patience during the' season and
keep up his courage. He must make a reputation
a'nd restore confidence before he can permanently
-command a large .i :'"'-', the rp'if:.tion u1f the
SaI..,[i,:,u Hotel for the last three years being far
S. i enviable. -'.71D, good and reasonable .cater-
ing and moderate charges, ,the Hamilton Hotel
should ..:. : a success.
The h: il mi.. the New York steamer are closely
allied, the one depending very much on the
6-..1. If hotel i-i.": is properly made, the
-*- ---p agents can -*.' f -'ily recommend pas-
sengers to visit the Bermudas, feeling assured that
their creature ,. ..-' -' v ill be amply attended to;
and, if the efficiency of i- hotel is clearly estab-
lished, the steamsi e.-.,p iy will be lut,..l,'_ '1
t -. ahead and .. :.-i l i urt, : 'r the tran-
sit and .: of -. -. r. a strong
hotel management -"- .u-f1 .f -ce a .'. .f, l,[ influence
on the steamship provision. The influence which
each interest would exert on the other would high-
ly conduce to the w. ,'.,- both of the community
and of visitors, and, as we stated in our previous
article, a good large -hotel would, have a beneficial
result on the smaller hotels and boarding houses,
which always prosper under the shadow of large
Bermuda, as a salubrious Winter Resort, has been
frequently written about in a manner it fully de-
serves; and the .:xp,-ien.:e of mostt all visitors
bears out the ip:.irt- iriiul:it.-. There may be
some'whose special ideas may have been disap-
pointed, either from un-'.:,-'n.!Il.:' expe,-tati,''js, or
from the wt:'..-r at t',- ti.e -f tl.,-ir v\ il-..vying
stubbornly unbending. But,f :- iu .; :: 1 -d ex-
perienee, Bermuda oni the whole possesses many
:* v...-.-,; for thd':, who must escape the rigour
of a i., thi u Winter-and these are not a few-
or those who can steal ev-L a brief holiday to
recruit a system impaired by hard work. Thi.,'e
will. always be a large per centage of those, who
can come 'iv:,, for a short stay, and, as the conve-
nience of .such visitors will vary, the hotel will have
throughout the season almost an average number
of them, in addition to those who come down for a
long stay. With some the sea voyage is a draw-
back, and to many: it i ui '*ln'tly means a pre-
sent discomfort, I'1.I: to !i0,. nij,.'ity the grand re-
sult is highly sanitary after it is over. Remember
thl -i. ". : .is part of the prescription of resort-
i,.;" to r'nm. 1i, and a valuable part of the ane-
i" .'. A sea v,.:, v, is a grand r,1 i.: %tiv,. especi-
:i'v to those who reside at a distance from the
ocean's margin, who-only know inland breezes, and
r i:.a'a as the supreme method of locomotion.
To these life in Bermuda has an entirely new face,
ann, tiny comparatively as is the whole, the novelty
and diversity are alike startling. A sea voyage
to Bermuda and a short residence, will ,L'.-,i'.1 to
those suffering from hay-fever almost, if not alto-
a'.-..:r, a perfect cure. A resort to the White
l n,-int-iiu has been found to give relief, superad-
ded a sea voyage and the enjoyment of such a ,e.-
nial climate as Bermuda, and the disease will be
almost eradicated. B-:minm'li is no suitable cli-
mate for those in t;e I. t .t-i-.-s of disease, which
demands a steadier/,'drier and warmer climate. For
the ordinary -.ubiej,. however, needing the recruit-
ing influences of a genial ei.,ar.'e, it is admirably
suited. The visitor to 1". muld.a is not cramped in
his movements, as. f_*..-.:. to several resorts on the Ri-
viera, who are restricted t.> lit tle m 'ore th!an a sentry's
beat. Here we can produce one hundred and
fifty miles of r,..-, and many by-paths, so that
the pedestrian may feel gratified to. his heart's
content, through an ever-varying panorama. Mat-
ter : vervwinr,- to arrest the curious, and to hold

the -.iontiri:. in ponderous thought. Horseback
paths or carriage drives are numerous and enter-
taining, and those who go out for a mere airing
must come in all the better. Our onions, potatoes
and tomatoes are noted. 2-s.ides we can produce
good samples of the BDiti -.. army and navy to
those who are not accustomed much to such nation-
al and .essential luxuries. We have the bi--',-:.-st
fl-i, t in' dock in 'the world; we have an attractive
<.-,y.'a-r .; we have water-whiclh for pellucid ik-lar-
-ness and richness of colour is nowhere i.pmill.d. So
that,-after all, the H-Iamiton Hoil is not situated
on a bleak and uninteresting coral reef fortuitously
cast up, but in a compact little capital, round which
cluster attractions, natural.and social, to wile away
the visitor's time, while Heaven works out its un-
fathomable mysteries. At the conclusion of the
season we trust to be able to pla':'e? <,. record that
Mr. Far, :b ain has successfully worked out his pro-
blems, and left nothing undone to add to his own
reputation, while striving to make the Hamilton
Hotel a name among the established institutions
famed as desirable Witi-tr qual-rs. The fear is
that by and bye we may have too many visitors,
and find our own population eclipsed. Still we are
generous enough to bid those who can come wel-
come, and say to those who cannot enter an appear-
-ance, "'What an J'.'f.l lot you miss by staying
away! ',

Tiun SouTr AMERICAN WAR.--PARIS,Nov. 10.-
A ile '?!m or.-. ived here states that the Clilians, in
takir.- 'i -a,., e v. :,in c''i,. a determined resist-
ance from the "-': nii...n. and lost five ? U. r:d men
Lii;.: and wounded.
E.'.11:'M>. ;:,N-,. 12.-William A. Robinson, a
colored man, was shot ,le.y by O(l..:..
Trust because he c.--!:4: 1'., .3 he was a Repub-
lican ri-,,"r"' in answer to a question of Trust.
. Secretary Evarts is preparing a note to. the Brit-
ish Government on the Fishery question founded
on reports of Collector of Gloucester and of Mr.

:.fijor C. H1-refilrJ and. the Officers 1-XIXth lRezt.
"At Home,'" at the Mess, Prospect, Thursday 27th
IToveml.--r, 4 to 8 p.m.

We a ;:-glad to draw attention to the Preliminary
advertisement, in this day's issue, of Dramniti,: En-
tertainments to be given at Prospect Theatre on the
I-t i and 18th December.
Under the management which put on the Boards
Plot and Passion and the .Rough Diamohd we may
anticipate a great treat.
Though we are sorry to miss from the Company
the La dy whose excellence in Plot and Passion
was so marked, the Impressario deserves credit in
"itli.ri ng t.'-i t her s_> atronr a team.
There are many of our old favourites in the Com-
pany, but if report .avs t; no, some of them will
have to look to their Laurel.', those who are
now about to put in a. "first appearance" obtain
the wreaths. -
The Cast of the four pieces, which will shortly
be published, may be looked for with interest. We
think we could place a good many of the characters.'
(Eolus must be indeed an ill wind if he does not
leave the tenant of his house in Clover. Margery
would make an irresistable Carver, and a Lunatic
R.E. need not go far from the Dockyard to find a
charming Arabella.-Who's to do the Woodcock ?
De Cevennes ? Flavigneul puzzles us ; whoever he
is 'will take ilorace.-Are-we wrong, Mr. Manager,
or are you ?

A Meeting was held at the Town Hall, Hamil-
ton, on Friday evening last, the 21st instant, for
the purpose of eon.idelring au-n adopting a series of
Rules relative to the formation of an Educational
Society. Its ulije.-t. is to raise and'invest funds for
the establishment of a School for the better educa-
tion of the peoplele.
The Meeting was largely attended by many in-
fluential residents of the different parishes. The
Rev. Mark- James, Rector of Pembroke and Devon-
shire, was pleased to preside, and opened the meet-
ing with prayer.. The object of the meeting hav-
ing been briefly stated by the Chairman, letters
were read from per.ouns unable to attend the meet-
ing, in which they expressed their good wishes for
the success of the enterprise. The Chairman then
called on the Honorary Secretary to read the min-
utes of the preliminary meetings which had been.
held from time to time in connection with this pro-
j'eted Society.
The proposed Rules for the Constitution and
government of the Society were now submitted to
those present for consideration, and after having
been carefully discussed and amended they were
finally adopted and ordered to be printed.
The books were then laid open for signatures to
the Declaration, which was numerously signed.
After which the thanks of the meeting were ten-
dered to the Rev. Chairman, who, in a few appro-
priate remarks, responded, and brought this suc-
'-*s-fil and highly entertaining meeting to a close
with the Benediction.

LoNDooN, Nov. 11.-The Lord Mayors' Banquet
took place to-night. ,'early 900guests were present.
Amo:I lthe.,n were il'r iM:ij.:.-ty's .'iniliterc ad n l their
wives, Count Von Munster, German Ambassador;
Mr. Iloppin, Unite.l States Charge de Affairs; Lord
Chelmsford, late Commander of the British forces in
South Africa; Col. Evlyn Wood, and Lord Justices
Sir William Brett and Hon. Alfred Thesiger. The
members of the Ministry, and Lord Chelmsfobrd and
Col. Wood were .warmly greeted with cheers as
they entered. The toast to the health of 11er
!n'!ij:-.ty the Queen was received with appropriate
honors. Count Vou Munster, in replying to the
toast to the. "',-ii.n Ambassadors, declared that
none were more desirous than Germany and the Ger-
man Emperor to see peace throughout the world,
o LORD BEAcONSFiELrD in rising to reply to thie. toast
of the evening-the "health of Her Majesty's Minis-
ters," was received with three times ithi ee cheers. In
the course of his speech he said the aspect of affairs was
much more satisfactory then when he last spoke on a
similar occasion. Business was now being done which
three months ;ito.would have been deemed impos-
sible. The only question now was whether the revi-
val was temporary or permanent. The opinion of
Her Majesty's Government was that the revival was
of a permanent and lasting character. Hoe thought
that the official returns demonstrated that fact, because
they shewed the revival was not local but universal.
The great Iron Industry had doubtless in a great
measure revive. owing to 'the demands from the
United States, but the returns prove that the pur-
chases of iron wcre not liitedl to the ULr it States
cr vrari'js Eluropean country.:., but were oceai.io1ed
Sby nioiciellani:ouI demands of our native industries.
Every article of tropical product had risen in value.
The chemical trde, wvhichl was a great index of pros-
p.eritty, has been unable to execute its orders. The
rise in the value of silver would, in all probability,
release Ini:i, stadesrnin of one of their greatest
perplexities. During a period of unpi eceilentedl de- li,:-r,. had not been a single meeting to ex-
prc.s lii content wiih the National Institutions. He
wished his brilliant bretheren in Ireland would be a
little more emulous of this example. iHo was at a
loss to comprehend how the poor Irish people had
,Irouglht the ielvv'e to believe that the best remedy
for (c,.i,,mic.l distress was p.,litiral agitation and
social confusion. (Loud 1,ulihtei an;i cheers,)
Doubtless there were portions of Ireland where there
would be eon-il',r.rble ,iff.'i-,ii if a remedy was not

offered. The Irish peopli:- shiiould rembn r that they
never appeal to English sympathy in vain. It would
be the duty of Her Maje-ty's ministers to watch the
condition of Ireland with the anxiety required by the
situation. The Irish people should condesend to re-
member that their harvest, though bad, and though
they much-more dependent upon it than are the
Engilid people on theirs, still was much better than the
harvesting of England. A.lilrr'sing the Lord Mayor,
Lord Beaconsfield said: \\ hen I addressed your pre-
decessor, I informed him that the Government was
contemplating large military operations in Central
Asia, the object being to strengthen and render se-
cure the north western boundary ot our Indian empire.
These operations have been signally successful, and
British influence is fully .-t'lbliv-ll.d in Central Asia.
(Loud Cheers.) Beaconsfield warmly eulogised Lord
Lytton for'eniiig the army in Afghanistan. In
referring to South Africa, he said the recent war
there taught. the cnlonist sime i lhing aof the art of
self defence, on whhit- they'nmust in future chiefly re-
ly. We are about to effect some changes there which
will contribute to the increased happiness of the popu-
tions itmong which the coloni,.ts dwelL If I were to
view our external relations generally, I would say
that i.,twithlstandinl that Europe may be covered
with million o' arm d men, we have not merely the
hope, but the belief that peace will be maintAned if the
powet and advice of England is felt and heard ihnthe
councils of Europe, I have tile firm conviction that
peace will be maintained for a long period. (Loud
cheers) If Eng:,,i'a deserts her natural post in the
councils of Europe, war is too probable. In pro-
posing your Lordship's health, I shall at this time
next year, in all probability, have pleasure to con-
gratulate you in .,nm! skilful administration. (Loud
and prolonged cheering.)
Sir Stafford Northcoto addressed the company, and
in the course of his speech declared that the financial
position of the countryneed create no alarm.

English influence at Constantinoplec will be used.
to introduce financial reforms, which would facili-
tate the other promised reforms.

To the Ed//or of the Royal Gazetle.
DEAn Mr. LEE,-To those who prefer corn to
chaff the following account of what I thoroughly
enjoyed this morning may prove not only interest-
ing but also instructive especially to those who :may
be disposed to accept the invitation to partake of
thae same feast. The spread" it is true is at rath-
er an early hour, and as a cover on the table would
prove extremely inconvenient I must ask my
friends to select a day when the covers have all
" gone to wash"; a clear "board" being a sine qua
Well, by special appointment I sprang from my
nest at 4'50 a.m., plucked a plume from my reserve
store and armed with this and a Papirus (paper-
ous) leaf, I lighted on the wall of a neighboring
garden and took my stand to look for one of those
wild animals that roam about at will, even over the
very heads of thousands of unconscious slumberers.
My immediate object was to find out the lair of
one of these creatures, and if fortune favored me, to
make a drawing of him.
No son of Nimiod, (nor could Diana herself), in
search of wild sport have desired wider scope for the
exercise of his aim.
Two Bears started up the moment I was perched,
-one was lying on his back when I came; he was:
the larger of the two, and hence his indifference, I.
suppose, to the fact that there was a Lynx" close
to his head and a Dragon" wriggling between
him and his smaller brother; besides a" Giraffe"
not far off-but he's a harmless herbivorous crea-
ture and had passed; he was still in sight-how-
ever, as I saw by turning a little to the left, and as
I continued to turn I suddenly saw a Bull, not far
from him. There was a military looking fellowwho
appeared to be guarding two sleeping twins; while,
two dogs seemed to be chasing the Bull, the little
one taking the lead dodging by a Giant called:
Orion who seemed to be striding across a "River"
and staying the progress of the larger dog.
Not far from the Giraffe there were, a Fox, a
Swan, and a variety of other game, including even
a Flying Horse (" Pegasus,") but the particular
gentleman I was in search of did not turn up, or at,
all events I did not detect him, so as I could not
employ the quill I had culled, in the way I intend-
ed. I thought I would endeavour to describe for
the benefit of the curious the truly gorgeous scene
that was passing before me like a pauno:ramla.
It was 5 o'clock or close on it, as I looked East,
high up in the heavens, a little South of Mount-
Langton flagstaff. Venus was shining like a little
sun, but turning my face to the North and looking
upwards, almost overhead there I beheld the great
and little Bears, "Draco" the Dragon, winliug
between them, a galaxy in themselves well worth
turning out early for-but still they sink into in-
significance on being compared with the specta, lo
around us at this hour in this season of the, year.
Looking to the West and North Casseopeia was
sinking, below the horizon but so spread out by re-
fraction as to be almost unrecognizable. Higher
up and towards the S. W: "Mars" of ruddy hue,
was approaching the horizon closely followed by
the Pleiades and the Bull of which Aldele:iran is
the principal star. Still mounting towards the
Zenith the glance will meet with Capella Auri iga:i,
and South of this and of Aldebaran, the eye lights
on Betelgeusi., R igel, andthe rest of that sublime con-
stellation known as Orion. Still further to the
South the brilliant star Procyon in Canis Minor,.
(the little dog) and Eastward of Rigel the most-
ibrilli.umt of all stars, Sirius or Alpha Canis Majori .
I have been gradually turning as on a pivot and
am now again facing that truly resplendent object
Venus which quite lights up the firmament, the,
earliest of the rays refracted to the eye of the ob-
server b.:-fore the sun's edge appears above the ho-
rizon, in other words the faintest rays of dawn be-,
gin now to blend with those of Venus and the' si-
dereal glitter that sparkles around me: still turn-
ing towards theN. E. I see Hercules, and Arctiirus
in the constellation of Bootes, contributing their no
mean quota to the general splendour,
In less time than it took me to pen the last sen-
tence a perceptible diminution in all of the stars has
become apparent." Stars of the 4th and 5th. Mag-
nitude havanow disappeared, while those of the 2nd
and 3rd assume the humbler appearance- of lesser
stars. There! Drago is gone! the Giraffe had
disappeared before him. I can still see "Polaris"
and two other stars of the Little Bear. Castor
and Pollux are the only two I can now see of the
Twins' constellation.. The glittering belt and three
others are all that are now visible of Orion. Cas-
seopeia is snuffed out, Capella is visible still and so
is Aldeb-no-yes, there he is-no-he's gone too;
so rapidly is the dawn growing; paler, and paler
grows the sky-it really is beautiful to watch the
ever minishlming brilliance of the stars. Cepheus,
the Twins, Ursa Minor, the Lynx, indeed all have
disappearedd except some three or four brilliant
gems which still contend against the rapidly advan-
cing sunlight. Six o'clock! and there go
Rigel and Betelgeuse, fainter and still fainter,
smaller and smaller, twinkle, twinkle, twink -
gone! 6*10 the dawn has fairly broken, two stars
only are visible, viz, the King of fixed Stars, Sirius,
and the Queen of Planets, Venus, and the latter
though she is not a millionth part the size of Sir-
ius will nobly hold her own and outs.hine him
sometime after he is overpowered. There! He's
gone, but she still sparkles brilliantly overhead.
To describe the splendour of the sunrise is needless,
but long after he had topped the hills, Venus as
late as 635 peered impertinently down on your
Sincere friend,
November 17, 1879.

WASHINGTON, Nov. 11.-Cabinet meeting to-day
occupied discussing questions constitutional and
international law in connection with subject of pro-
clamation recently. issued by Canadian Government
permitting American vessels to come to the relief of
Canadian vessels in waters of Dominion only when
danger of loss of life or cargo absolutely imminent.
Our law permits Canadian vessels to enter our waters
freely render assistanceto American vessels, in dis.
tress, under any circumstances, and any extent.
Suggested President should declare, by proclama.
lion, privileges of Canadian vessels in our waters
be precisely same as accorded by Dominion autho-
rities to American vessels. Cabinet was divided
in opinion as to power of the President, under ex-
isting law, issue picnclamation of nature above in-
dicated. The while matter left undetermined.
Probably be decided within a few days.
A special from Midland, Mich., of the 7th, states
that Louis Melzac, a Frenchman, was killed on
Sunday morning by Moses B. Marsh, a neighbour.
Mielzac had a quarrel with his wife, who called on
Marsh for protection. Melzac,-turned on Marsh
and chased him to his house,, where he stabbed a



A despatch from St. Johns, NJld., reports the
arrival there, early yesterday morning, 9th, of the S.S.
Arizona, of the Williams and Guion line, Captain
Jones, New York, Novr. 5th, for Liverpool, with
109 first-class passengers and a general cargo. The
-vessel presents a very dilapidated appearance, which
shows that she bad a most miraculous escape from
total destruction. Capt. Jones reports :-Left New
York Tuesday, Nov. 5th, and everything went well
until Friday night about nine o'clock, then on the
Grand Banks. The night was exceedingly dark,
but not foggy. The vessel was in her proper
course and going at full speed, in charge of the 2nd
officer, when all of a sudden a terrible crash was
heard. Every timber In the vessel, from stem to
stern, seemed to quiver-she had run into a mon-
ster iceberg. The deck was covered.with broken
ice. The vessel's: bows were broken into match-
wood, and the forward compartments were crushed
in. Two sailors who were sleeping in this com-.
prtment had. a narrow escape, with their lives,
being buried under the debris, but were finally
rescued. The greatest consternation existed among
the -pansengers and crew, who, immediately after
the tremendous shock sustained by the vessel, rush-
ed on deck in the wildest excitement. The cool-
ness of Captain Jones and his officers, aided by Mr.
S. B. Guion, one of the owners, who happened to be
on board, however, prevented a panic. On exam-
ination it was found that there was no immediate
danger for the safety of those on board, and with
ordinary weather St.Johns could be reached. The
vessel was immediately headed for that port, where
where she arrived early yesterday morning. The
Arizona is one of the newest vessels on the line, and
was considered one of the best appointed steam-
ships in the world. Her running time was claimed
to be the best on record. It will be at least a
month before shb can be repaired and put in a suit.
able condition to resume her voyage. The passed.
gers will be taken to their destinations in the Allan
S S Caspian from Halifax, which will call at St.
John's on Thursday, and the Williams & Guion S.
S. Nevada from New York, which has been ordered
to call at St. Johns.
Additional Particulars.-Despatches frpm St.
Johns this morning are to the effect that the dam-
age to the Arizona is not as serious as at first re-
ported. The bow, o(course is badly smashed, but
the superior build of the vessels of the Williams &
Gnlon line render it almost impossible to do them
serious injury, the compartment plan rendering
them sale at sea, even if almost cut in two. It
seems impossible at first to understand how a care
ful watch would let the vessel approach so close to
an iceberg of such dimensions, but like-many other
things in nature, icebergs have two sides-one
bright and easily seen, the other dark and impossi-
ble to be seen at times in daylight. The last libree
years ice has been rarely met with where it used
formerly to be very abundant, andi ag a consequence
danger is -not anticipated. A veteran steamship
captain informed our reporter this morning that
the only way to do in crossing the Ranks is to be
always on the look out for ice. He had -once to
keep his men posted- alongside the ship to listen for
the ripple of the water on the icebergs, so inteqse was
the darkness, and he has sailed five days in.the
ice without making* more than one good da3',s
mileage., .
Among the passengers on board the Aritona, at
th(be time of the accident, were the following from
Bermuda: Colonel W. L. MNILrison, R. E., and
Mrs. Morrilon, Mr. S. S. Ingham, Lieutenant
Beauchamp, 40th Regt., an'! Asst. Commissary G.
Blenkensop. We are told that Payriaster Mas-
terson, R. N., late of the Terror, was also on boat d
but his name does not appear on the official list of
her passengers kindly handed us. -[Ed. R. 0.] d

A Dritish Shipmaestle Attacked by Two Desperadoes-
His Life Saved by a Heroic Dauglder-The Muti-
neers brought into Key West.
KEY W-ET, Fla., Nov..5.-A mutiny occurred 6h
Saturday night, a little after twelve o'clock, about
forty miles from T'ort ugas, on the British brig George
S. Berry, Captain Howard, from Pensacola fqr
Montevideo. Two seamen, with knives, attacked
the Captain, who was unarmed, throwing him upon
thedeek and inflicting fourteen cuts in his body.
His face is also cut badly, his nose being cut in
two. The mutiny lasted fifteen minutes. Captain
Howard fell exhausted at his daughter's window
and called to her for a pistol The-daughter, Ida,
eighteen years of age and good looking, was asleep.
She rushed on deck, when a seaman grappled her
by the breast. She presented a revolver, when th
mutineers ran forward. The mate ran the vesse
into Tortugas, when the mutineers were lashed t
the rail by two light keepers and the vessel wa
brought into this port, where the men are lodged
in jail. Captain Howard is doing well.
The Midnight Attack.-The crew were shipped a
Pensacola except the mate, Thomas Britt a sea-
man, was at the wheel, and Welh 'came on deck.
While the captain was walking the deck, and thb
mate had gone forward, Welch came behind the
captain and stabbed him in the back. Captain
Howard grappled him, and was .about to take the
knife away, when Britt left the wheel and alsa
attacked the captain with a knife, saying, Now
then, knife him good." Captain Howard was cut
three times in the throat and neck, and received

several severe cuts on. the arms, head and back.
The mulineers ran forward, and with the assis-
tance of others launched a boat.
A Brave Girl.-Ida C. Howard, sworn before the
United States Commissioner here, said :-I am
a daughter of Captain Howard. On the night of
November 1, after midnight,Il was awakened.byr.a
scuffle on the starboard side of the quarter deck near
my room; I put on my dress; heard papa call,
"Bring me my revolver, Ida:" went on deck and
placed it against Welch's head and said, Go yQu
rascal, or I fire ;" he caught me by my dress, whice
now shows marks of blood, and then made a alush
around my head with a knife, but it did not cut;
then I bent down over papa; Britt ran forward aid
Welch followed; I handed papa the revolver an
ran to the cook's room, called him and came back k
saw four men standing at the boat, and papa stand
ing on deck said, "I've got you now, my bullies,'
and fired ; when I first came on deck my father hab
no weapon, and was lying on the deck; h<
was all bloody ; the deck was so bloody that I slip.
ped in the blood, which came over my feet.
The seaman's hand is cut, where the knife slipped
through it; also on the knee, whih ,was cut in th,
scuffle.--Net York Paper. :. :

Mrs. Legrew eig'.A times. Marsh went to her as-
sii.ance and w.,i dangerously stabbed by the crazy IRELAND.
Frenchman. Marshi then seized an axe and struck NEW YORm, Nov. 10.--In= an interview wit
Melzac on the ireai, L.:iing him instantly. Marsi3 Parnell in Dublin, he told an American tbatjus
fell from the loss of blood. Both his and Mrs. now the aim is to keep the Irish people from stla
Legrew's injir :.:s .',e pr,-.uounced fatal, vation and from immigration, but, ultimately w
_____----- ----;---- i aim at establishing actuald tillets of Itish soil o
A great financial smsation. has been created in land as owners, not as its tenants. He leaves fc
Paris by the fact that :.. Phili.prt, the great America about 15th Nov.,'.- of Paris, has filed, and has absconded, Later Departure for Am,-.rica of Parnell post
owing to the Danque Europeenn6 4,if0,i,011Pi) francs, poned in consequence of political aspect.
The Bourse has posted him as a defaulter for 6,800,- in the Irish local government boards, Repo
000 frane6s. The Banque Et-'lp-cJu:ea' riipudiates says the potatoe crop is every where deficit
Mr. I'hiiippfpt's Bourse traunactions on their and inferior, and this with absence of peat fuc
behalf. owing to rain, is regarded as leading causes ot t
Two Kabyle tribes in lorocco had a fight and distress expected to culminate during winter a`
260 were killed, spring.


Fotr Days Later from Europe.
We have been very obligingly favoured with
Halifax papers of the 13th instant, brought by H.
M. S. Bellerophon, which furnish us with four days,
later news from Europe, &c., than we were before
in possession of.
principal event of the pant week has been the junc-
tion of Cabul and J'ellatabad columns at Krittyseng
on Thursday. Thisjunction having been effected
the Kbyberaine and Jagdalek route will become
the sole line of communication with Cabul.
Everything is going on quietly at Cabul. The
English troops are housed in Shierpur Cantonment
which are very comfortable. Winter is setting in
early. .
Suspicion which rested on Yakoob Khan and
which was temporarily removed, is again setting
on him.
LONDON, Nov. 9.--The Roman Catholic Bishops
of Ireland adopted resolutions appealing to the Gov-
ernment and to all public bodies and private indi.
viduals, to help the poor, as the Poor Law Act is
insufficient to meet the necessities of the Impending
English influence at Constantin6ple will be used
to iptroduce financial reforms, which would facili-
tate the other promised reforms. A Vienna paper
says that the British and Russian Governments are
endeavoring to come to an understanding regarding
affairs in Central Asia.
i The British Government have prohibited the im-
portation of American sheep after Nov. 23rd, ex-
cept for slaughter.
1 LoNDON, Nov. 8.-A correspondent at Constan-
tinople reports that the director of Press has order-
ed the Turkish newspapers to desist from attacking
England under the penalty of suppression.
LoNDON, Nov. 9.-Sir Austen Layard has been
instruinted to enter upon negotiations immediately
with regard to reforms in Asia Minor.
A Vienna dispatch says that when Prince La-
bagff returned to Constantinople from Livadia, he
advised the Porte to fulfil the wishes of England
regarding Asia Minor.
A telegraph frbm Valparaiso announces the cap-
lure of Pisaqua, Peru, by Chiliane..
VIENNA, Nov. 12.-If the reported retirement
of-Gortschakoff is correct it may be inferred that
the approach of St. Petersburg towards Berlin and
resignation of Gor(sebakoff were not altogether
disconnected events.
-LoNDON, Nov. 12.-Lord Dufferin, ambassador
Jto Russia, has gone to St. Petersburg via Paris.
Sabouff, Russian Minister in Greece, who suc-
oeeds' Labanoff at Constantinople, .will not go to
tConstanlinople immediately. Labanoff, who suc-
ceeds Schouvaloff as Russian Ambassador at Lon-
don, will not leave Constantinople until the arrival
there of Sabouff.
PARIS, Nov. 9.-Marshal Canrobert was to-day
elected Senator from Department of Lower Cha-
'rehte. Guiffrey, republican, tas elected Senator
from .Depart ment of Haut Alsser.
The "Soir" announces that the banque Euro-
.pene wilt discharge M. lh'illippart's liabilities,
after payment of which the bank will have sufficient
"finds:to continue operations. :
;I PARHS, Nov. 10.--Two sons of Philippart re-
signed their seats as directors of the Banque Euro-
' Caproberts' return as Senator is not a Bonapar-
'ist manifestation, but be was elected as champion
of party of order as practical protest against recent
communista elections of H umbert and Farrel.
PARIs, Nov. ll.-The press here is mostly dis-
appointed in Beacon-field's speech on account of
;ts omis8ionf., In diplomatic circles the speech
occasioned neither surprise nor disappointment.
VIENNA, Nov. 11 .-The oft-rminoured resignati-
,on of Gorlachakoff has become a fact. The Foreign
Department will be conducted by DeGiers until a
successorr is appointed.
SVINNA, Nov. 12.-The Tagblatt newspaper says
the treaty of alliance concluded between the Balkan
Principalities is ostensibly against foreign inter-
vention in the affairs of the Balkan States, but
really against Austria. The treaty stipulated that
In the event of Austria extending operations be-
yond Novi Bazar, Sophia will furnish 120,000 men,
Montenegro 20,000 and Bulgaria 90,000, to form
an allied army, and Sophia will advance Montene-
gro 75,000 ducats for military expenses. The ap-
pointment of Commander-in-Chief of the allied
force is left open, but it is believed the appoint-
ment of a Russian General was originally contem-
plated. -
MADRID, Nov. 8.-A correspondent telegraph
that well informed persons say that if Premier Mar-
tinez Campos does not carry the abolition bill and
tariff reforms in West Indies, on a free trade basis,
he, with the support of Senor Canovas Jet Castillo,
will ask the King to dissolve the Cortes, and in the
meantime govern Cuba by a royal decree.
MADRID, Nov. 12.-The Cortes will suspend for
ten days during the marriage festivities of the
GOSBTA TINOPLE, Nov. 11.-A despatch reports
that a Russian naval officer arrived here to pur-
chse four Turkish ironclads.
RliOME, Nov. 11.-The Queen of Italy ia seriously
Ill with fever.

BERLIN, Nov. 10.-Is is stated that during the
recent correspondence between the Czar and the
Emperor William, the latter assured the Czar that
neither he nor his son would ever make war
against Russia, and invited the Czar to visit Ber.
lin. The Czar replied that he could not come, but
the Czarwitch would .
LoDoN,. Nov. 12.-The story from Vienna on the
10th of the marching of Montenegrins On Gussinje
and the slaughtering of Albanian Mussulmen is
not confirmed.
The new Turkish Minister has just presented his
credentials at Cettinje, and there seems to be a
good understanding between the Porte and Mon-
CONsTANTINOPLE, Nov. 11.--Midhat Pasha has
definitely withdrawn his resignation.
The Porte has ordered the withdrawal of greater
part of the troops stationed on the Turco-Greek
frontier .
BUOHARIsT, Nov. 11.-The cattle plague is
spreading in Moldavia.
SBERiti;N, Nov. ,1.-A correspondent, discussing
the French Ambassador's visit, to Varizin, says
the possible resignation of Waddington may neces-
sitatea fresh understanding between. France and
( Germany. .

LONDON, Oct. 27.-For some. time past English
Liberals have been anxiously looking to their leaders
for a few planks to form a platform with, but as yet
none have been vouchsafed. On last Friday evening
the Marquis of Hartington gave an address at Man-
chester to a crowded audience, in reply to the Mar-
quis of Salisbury's speech in the same place last
week; but like his subordinate, Sir W. Harcourt,
Lord H's ,utterances were simply a denunciation of
the whole policy of the Government; not one single
subject either of home or foreign policy, upon which
Sthe Liberals can go to the country, was touched upon.
The old, old cry of "Peace, Retrenchment, and Re.,
form," is now too value, and hbas been worn to tatters,

We want something more decided. The process of
boiling down a two hours speech until it becomes a
simple extract, is not very satisfactory, but it is all
that I dare venture upon, or your space and my
readers' patience would be soon exhausted. Lord
H. says, "reforms are greatly needed," but his
Lordship is too timid to mention what they are; but
the policy of "I dare not wait upon if I would." will
not carry any ministry to power at the present time ,
In speaking of party differences Lord H. accusesthe
Tory Government of carrying everything by their
large Majority"-that must be a new idea to his
Lordship-and then he says "that no man's person-
al opinions ought to interfere with his party allegi-
ance." In alluding to Foreign Policy, Lord H. says,
" I venture to think that I am acquainted with the
opinions of moderate Liberals, and I have yet to
learn that there is anything in the Foreign Policy,
as approved by the Opposition, which is especially
repugnant to the feelings of moderate Liberals"-
just so the Liberal leaders have not approved any
foreign policy, nor will any one of them advocate the
repudiation of the Treaty of Berlin, or the surren-
der of Cyprus or Afghanistan, or even Zululand, or
question Englaud's approval of the Austro-German
alliance. Lord H. says that the people have lost all
confidence in the Conservatives dealing with domes-
tic questions, and concludes "It is now time the
country should arouse from the domestic and legis-
lative apathy which has fallen upon it during the
last five years," but not even a rush-light will his
Lordship hold out to us. Unfortunately there are no
elear lines of Home Policy upon which all Liberals
can agree.
In Scotland 41s. is the price of education per
head, and the Government have informed the Edu-
cational Department that 42s. per head is the
amount to which the London School Board ought
to limit its expenses. The School Board refer
themselves to the ratepayers a3i the best judges.
Miss Colenso, a daughter of the Bishop of Natal, is
now engaged writing a history of the Zulu war.
According to the "Journal des Fabriquants ade
Sucre," the deficit in the beet crop will amount to
between 25 and 50 per cent compared with last
year. The crop will scarcely exceed, itit at all ex-
ceeds, that of 1876.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 26.-hirteen temperance wo-
men destroyed all the liquor in the saloons in
Fredericktown, Ohio, on Saturday, and threaten the
drug stores with similar treatment on Monday.
We all change as we grow old. Douglas Jerrold
once said : Women are all alike. When they
are maids they are mild as milk; once make 'em
wives and they lean their backs against their mar-
riage certificates and defy you."

weekly Mail from Halifax to England will leave that
Port on the 29th instant. During the winter months
the Mails for Newfoundland will be conveyed by a
direct line from Halifax.

The vacancy, in the List of Inspectors Generals of
Hospitals and Fleets, occasioned by the death of W. 3.
Domville, C.B., M.D., mentioned in our Gazette of
the week before last, will be, it is said, filled by the
promotion of Deputy Inspector General John W.
Reid, L .D., who also served on this station and is well
known for his professional abilities as for his genial

^ A Supplement of two co01-
umnis accompanies this issue of the Gazette."
It contains the proceedings of the Honorable
the Legislative Council for Frilnay, Nov. 21st,
and that of the House of Assembly for the
21st and 24th instant.

BIRTH, in this Town, on Wednesday last, 19th
inst., the WIFE of Mr. John Barritt, of a SON.
........ in Warwick Parish, on 2-4th instant, MRs.

DIED, at Admiralty House, On the 20th instant.
ERNEST HALLOWELL, youngest child of Vice Admiral
Sir Edward Inglefield, C,B., aged 3 years and 9
......... in Devoushire Parish, on Friday evening, the,
20th instant, ANNA ROBINSON, youngest daughter of
the late John Robinson of theseIslands, aged 66 years.
........., in Warwick Parish, November 17th, 18ABEL
SARAH, the beloved wife of Benjamin T. Caisey, aged
50 years ; leaving a bereaved husband, daughter and
other friends to mourn their loss.
.......... at St. George, on 20th November, ALBERT'
GEORGE, infant son of Color-Sergt. Joshua Simms,
46th Regt., aged 9 months.

i ...Notice. -

This week will Arrive, D. V.,
One Thousand Bags

For Sale at the Lowest Ratey ,

November 25th, 1879.-1
1 :Other papers copy once.

S tFor Sale,
At the Invoice Cost,
A neat Wrought Iron

Entrance GATIE,
Lately Imported from London.
Ilamilton, Nov. 25th, 1879.--I pd


Garnet Seed Potatoes.
The Subscriber has just l{eceived
a Choice Lot of

Garnet Potatoes,

Carefully Selected for Seed.
Which are offered at low rates for Cash and on
favorable terms to approved I'urchasers..
Farmers and others desiring to secure the
pure GARiNI'NET IPOTATOE, and a ro;all)
choice article, u ill do well and examineo
this Stock before purchaslaig elsewhere.
42 Front Street.
llamilton, Nov. 3rd. 18709.--3 3p

Xmnas and Birth Day

A Choice Selection of the above aLt the "Royal
Gazette" Stationery Store.
Hamilton, Nov, Ilth, 1879,-3p


To be Sold,


At the Town of St. George,
At 2 o'clock,
To-morrow, Wednesday,
The 26th day of November,
Under an Order of at and Sale is-
sued f,','u the Vice A,,niraltiq Co,rt of
The Sunken Ship or Vessel called


(ZOLEZZI, Iate Master,)
As she now lies in the Harbour of St. George.
DISE now or lately laded therein.
M. C. V. A.
N. B.-Persons purchasing the Vessel or
any of her Materials are particularly notified
that those Articles are not to be removed
until paid for.,
And in order that no misunderstanding
might take place with regard to the Sale of
the Materials, .it is to be understood that no
Articles will be Sold with tbe Sip except the
Spars now attached to her-other Spars, An-
chors, Chains, Sails, &c., will be Sold separ-
M.C .V. A.
November 25th, 1879.-5 3p

Attention !

DUE NOTICE will be given hereafter of the
date of the Sale by Auction of HOUSE-
HOLD PROPERTY, &c. &c., of Capt. Traill,
19th (P. W. 0.) Regiment, which was notified
by mistake of the Auctioneer to take place' on
Dec. 7th.
Hamilton, Nov. 24, 1879.


a Branei" Pilot of the West End, has this
day been found guilty of gro.-s itg!igence' and
carelessness,, while acting. as 'ilut of British
Schooner Sam Weltbr," D)o;u, fasterr, on-
the 28th ultimo, and we adjudge the said DI)N-.
IEL JAMES I'UI1ROWS do pay a penalty
of Ten Pounds do fbrfuit the I'ilotage of said
Vessel, and be Ssiildiied as a Branch Pilot
for Ihe p'.riod of L:iihteeni Months from this
date, and further to pay the cost in this behalf
amounting ta Thirty ,oight ShiIiug'.
.. Mayor.
Signed by
St. George's, 1
20th day of November, 1879.

Corner Jof ,euidi Queen

In addition to His Usual Stock,
The Subscriber has Reedived by "Eagle o ock"
from New Y)rk,
A Carefully Selected Lot of
S&c., &d., &c.

From London by "SllR G. F. Y.MOUR"I
A Choice Lot of
Clhildren's9 TO iS.
Hlamilton, Nov. 25th, 1879. ,



A very large" vaiiety of

Received from one of the best manufacturers
in London, per Seymour,"
Gents Drab Felt, and Silk HATS
Gents' Hard and Soft Black Felt HATS
Tweed HATS *
Also, per" Canima,"

Best Qualities American Felt HATS.

And on Hanid,"
Our usual assortment of
All at Lowest Priqes.
Under RB.Y. Club Rooms,
o 7,18. -2 Front Street.
Nov. 17, 1879.-2 Sp

For Sale,

.-f Sg&' a i ,.-. S,
In i'ai'liamont ..ntreet,
In the Town of H a,',ito.,.

Thie Lot has a front igoe o tihe Street of 24 feet
mnd is 3i feet deep. I''te Ilouse is a two story
building, fitted with sh':lvs, in lower story for
a ',hop. Tho situation is very good and the price
For futhlier partica!.u's apply to S.
Htamilton, Nov. 25th, 1879.


By "Publi Auc"ion
Thursday the 27th inst.,
At 1 o'clock, P. .
Under the air .ned,
By order of
CoL G 2. 1 ..? .. ","
I GOO1 Ladies' SADDLE :,-nd BRIfDLEZ .
1 Gents' SADDLE and BRIDLE
I Child's BEDSTEAD and Pl DING
1 Large Hair MATTI EN;3"
2 Small do. DO.
1 Sponge BATH

S Not Warranted Sounil.
Government Auctioneers.
Hamilton, Nov. 17th, 1879.

1 ~ .5 ..l'


On. 7 ursd( t(y
27th Instant, At 1 o'clock, P. M.
B AGS BR AN, 100 b1):. each
30 .0 Boxvs Supe-rLi, SOAP
9 Bls. Pilot BREAD
10 Tubs and Kegs BUTTEIR
10 Bls. Bright Grocery SUGAR
5 Cases 1 lb. Tins O YSTES' '
1 Case FERINA, in 1 lb. P-,.:a,:.,
5 Half Chlcsi.s be-st Oolrng TEA
10 Drums New Halif' x CODFISIH
25 5 lbs. tins Family LARD
1 Set Silver Mounted HARNESS,,.
2 Sets Brass- Do. Do.:
4 Cases C:,ndens.l-d MILlI
50 Gross MATCHES in ga',: pkgs.
10,000 feet White Pine 1 in. BOARD
I Bl. superior Sigi l OIL
12 Hlf. B1. P. E. ITn i MACIE_. EL
S77 2 lbs. Tins SALMON
10 Boxes BLUE in 7 lbs. each
12 Bottles Ground PIMENTO
10 '' NtTT.EGS
2 :'! : '' GINGER
22 Tins Preserved C A I_'. OTS
7 Bottles PICKLES 3 Bottles .1 Eh:U.
40 Pots Pate au DIABLE
2 Doz. 'ottles Salad CR EA'M I
20 Stove POLISH -
1 ". China Tea POTS
1 <' S.ugar .o fi ButtEr OWLS
1 China Breat PLATES
1 '" La.rg- Arinit "in \W'.;h TUDS
' 1 'Ml'-um sit-. DO.
SPADES ;;nd White Yauh RUSHES with
handles .
'Boys' andi Mien's BEh.? BOOT'S
2 Doz.-Men's Blah-k F.ilt HATS
6 Boxes Blah-k RUFFLING' .
50 Bottle, Onion SEE) D
1 English Built CARRIAGE, 'to
Seat 4, with Caleche and Lanimps
2 White Sow PIGS' 1 Whit Boar PIG
8 Young PIGS
9_.-4 T <: 1 Supe.rior 1 ,.
li^- ri^L w '

With Calf by her side, 3 weeks old, gives 8
Quartos Milk per day.
1 COUNTER,, vilth Drawers
3 Cases of DRAWERS, 12 e(.th; sold from
Boot and Shoe Store

1 Large
<] r v, I. ,/

Sold for Account of Comniissariatf Department
Hamilton, Nov. 24th, 1879.


'k '

* r '~'.

( ; -::

Of the Schr. Mattie [eoltnes"
From Bangor, consistin.ofthe Unidermnentioned
viz. :-
5,000 Onion Box SHOOKS
10,000 Tomato DITTO, of superior manu-
100,000 Spruce LATHS, 48 and 57 ins.
30,000 Hard Red BRICKS
50,000 Extra Bangor SHilNG LES
6 Spruce SPARS, 60 f'. lonf 14 ins. thick
100 POLBS0 s

And, to A arrive,
By the Schr., t Ea''.e Rock" from New York
now momently .-.\e i'ed,
100 2.," feet choice \V hie ine

Consisting of , I I ~ and 2 ins. in thi~ck-
FLOUR, MEAL CO:.N L .AN &C., &c.

500 B1. Mapes'


Ilamilton, 11th Nov., 1879.-2 3p

> ~

Under the Patronage of Hi.s Ex,.,-lt",iicy

. K. C OvM.

G., R. E.,

Governor andl Comnmanding-in-Chief,

Per~i'niuan .e s,

Will be given at the above Theatre
ON -

PWednesday Tluiday
The 17th and 18th D -:'.iub-r,
When the Undermentioned Pieces will be

3 A',:-.
medy-farce in 2 Acts.

1.1'S A LUNATIC. A Farce in one Act.
Drama in one Act.
The i .[v-hng Ladies and Gentlemen will ap-
pear- : ,
'. ; '. .. .'..., ~ ,;.,. Seymour,
.'. : l, .:-i i. Cornwall L,-gh,
Mi: ; Randall; Captains Holt, Pilleau,
Puzey; LL: ,.;-s. C ,. _.:'i, .-.andcoek, Hel-
lard,,Phi re .ip. Wood.

Programm-es andT i'] -', of ti(r- Ti-'tre -1vill be
r,:, i at T: G-.'' '.c _i h Decr,.
JO -_ H. i.ADALL,.
; J .;.,,,tjer.
Hamilton, h Nov., 1879.

By CGi ALL N & SON,.

SA .ar .l:-ot : fit'..rument, iron Plat-
ed, and c .'.,-ly i, J,,- for he i Climate. Its
tone i its 1,, .' A ,t.. Just received
L,oni16n ". ,' .' rqueo G. I. :.i'yn :u,'- and
for .ale by
G. F. BP UCI1 R,
". Ha del (". B"U.' : .._
I'aiilton, ov. 25, .9.-2

Fresh Lots rceiv d ly each : I Stea.ner
*[ron i '"..
-Sp"- i raLs to Army I "'*
and Messes

ro t Stir.-: .

.7 .

.- .. .~...- ( 'o #e ,

o .der. f ..
Parlor, Dining Room and I ',.room. Large
t i.- i ra-g- in K i A 1 1, ,:! I \ X j. :iii's
( '. ", ': .-,%:'ria;,_ 1 tiouse, 4 T -,,', smr all-PI oit
Garden and I::he, Gaid,ii ) attached, Situa-
tion fronting l iinlly C iii-ch.
For t'.aii -. &c., alply to
Hamiltoi:, Nov. 1., 1879.-3- 3p ant

- Insmwer to Mr.Lewis's Letter.

i HUIi L.-'Y is rather surpri~ ,! at Mr.
Lewis's renmi -:s on his late Callen'ne,
and is still prepared to make a WMatch to row a
Pair-oared Race in Harnilton'" farbour-or R.
I urley will row him a iu Ir'%; R ace in am"niin-
ton Harbour, and stake 25 to Lewis's S-0,
If MAr. Lewis will agree to those terms will he
p!;,-- inform 'dr. I urley .hlir to nvoet him
and draw up .'ties.
N.B.-No women to be ,ipi i.
Ireland Island, 20th Nov.,, 1879.

T,1 R. LE, l.'5;-.Seeing a I.tu' of yours in
,:- last week' a:;'..r, in :ia .-.r to R. lur-
ley's 1ha(.''ige, aiI a notice to thio effect that
you teach the Army <. N:' '.'V to row.
Not thinking. muinich of the form lisplay.ed by
the wioining boat at the last Reou'."m-, TI ill fil,
a Military man (t, E.) to i-ovw' you a straight-
away Sculler's Race in best boats for from (5)
five pounds to (20) twenty a side, in six
weeks from signing articles. By applying at
the RI. E. N. C. 0. .d:, Boaz Island, a !.,tchl
.can be arranged.

November 24, 1S..

J. E. DO pVNE ,
I 2nd Corpl. R.E.

Poe Ofic, L!'13l't'.?, 24th Novemiber, 1079
Rtichard A' ,Ru't~h Burran, A-gr Jane Bas.
L' '~ y ii~ J N Lw,1'~ ';iJ
Al Jo n a (, i L
Dilckinson, Sarah ( .' j.n~aes 'Harv'ard, J
He'rmon, Ann E .i l'ndJoi'In~i ',Tmo'0i*.- j'l
Mr Jainat, W S, Mrs Winl c Ki( Th
Lwrence, ~IA'', .B CO,
r y I1070 Smite, t C i., rs'
(Cai o 'Sma~hi, Ilailda Smlith, .'a' c'rIMr
20 .' '' E 8 T.;~' 1Z, l iu 3T :vTI'
X~IiinMIy X'' Edward J

-UNO ..~INT 'f kn f I1Y
rs Sarah Aubrey, A ticus DI. LP~i JozO PelIro
PI Caravalho, Clara Dciln James 31l inors
H- kRobinlon, j A. SY11s."9


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TpHE Patronage of the Public is
respectfully solicited in purchasing

4C., ) .C.,
At the Store of the Undersigned. He warrants
them to be among the Best and Cheapest in Ber-
O' N.B.-Orders will be received for the
Best Bermudian made Cake and Cakes.
Reid Street, Hamilton,
Opposite Mr. J. C. Keeney's Store.
Hamilton.'Nov. 11, 1879.-4
The genuine Eastern Island pure


We are now Receiving a SUPPLY of this
superior FERTILIZER, well-known as the
only reliable Producer of a large and early Crop
of Onions, and superior to any other in use as a
Potato Producer.

A full Supply of the very best
Seed Garnet Potatoes,
being carefully selected by hand to avoid mix-
tures, will be kept through the Season for our
numerous Customers of the last few years, all
ofr which will, we hope, favor us with their
Hamilton, Nov. 11, 1879.

Go to N. ./. Cooper

He has just Received per Sir George F. Sey-
mour"' direct, and via New York, from London,
A Choice SELECTION in Variety,
Also, his usual Supply per 1" Canima" of Ame-
10th November, 1879.


Garnet Seed Potatoes.

The Un'dersigned will receive from
Shediac, ex T. H. A. Pitt," in a few days,
His usual supply of Superior

Selected expressly for Bermuda Market.
A Limited quantity of Minnesota
Seed, Flat Leaf.
Which.will be offered Cheap for Cash and on
accommodating terms to approved Purchasers.
lHamilton, Nov. 3, 1879.

OWING to the expected move of
the 46th Regiment, it is proposed to sell


Horses, Carts, and
Sets of Harness,

The Property of the Regiment.
The COWS and HORSES were imported
from Halifax and New York, and one of the
Cows is an Alderney of superior breed, expect-
ed to Calve about January Next. (Cost with
calf 35 last December.)
The Carts include I Box Cart, 1 )ray, and I
Spring Cart.
There are 3 Sets of Hlarness (I Brass Mount-
ed) for Driving.
Application to be made to the CANTKEN 46th
Regiment, St. George's.
September 6, 1879.

The Red i tati' Brand
Specially prepared for Hot Climates in hermeti-
cally closed tins of all sizes, in sinall kegs and
in firkins. The exports ofthiscelebrated Brand
now exceeds 18,000,000 lbs.
T. J. CLANCHY, Munster Dairies, Depot,
Cork, Ireland. 26.

W. 0. F.BASCOM E,M.D.,
F.A.A., D.S.,

PERSONS desirous of obtaining large re-
turns are invited to call on SAMUE"L
A. MASTERS, Hamilton, or ALONZO PEN-
ISTON, Flatts, for the purpose of obtaining the
best fertilizer ever introduced in Bermuda
especially for Potatoes.
Call and See the POTATOE FEED also
and make arrangements for your Garnet Seed
October 29th, 1879.


2 2 0 ([S (,0 -& O
Seeds, Boots and Shoes,
Reid Str., nearly extreme West,
Hamilton, Bermuda.

George A. Sanford,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
J & .Y IYV.MI/E ,"T S,
Basin TOPS, &c., &c.
Any design cut to order. No charge for ordi-
nary Inscriptions.
Persons forwarding orders, or wishing any
information, please apply to
Agent for Bermuda.
42 Front St.
Hamilton, Octr. 6th, 1879.-1 y

John M. DeWolfe,
Manufacturer of all kinds of

Carriages built expressly for Bermuda when

Agent at Bermuda.

September 8, 1879.-12m.


I rHE above WATCH ES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned: Any grade Move-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Steet, Hamilton, U
Deer 16, 1878. u.o.o.

Hard Stone Lime.
3500 Bushels Hard Stone Wood
Burnt LIME.
For Sale by H. C. OUTERBRIDGE, Cause-
way Road, or 61 Front St., Hamilton.
November 19,|1878.
%*r6. ~38 cIte'

Dundonald Street, Hamilton.
Terms, Moderate.

For Rent,
That Desirable Residence

js' Situated within five minutes walk ot
-Z the Salt Kettle Ferry. .The locality
and convenience of this Dwelling needs no com-
Hamilton, Oct. 21, 1879.

AJt the Royal Gazette Stationery
By the Sir George F. Seymour," from London,
pRAYER BOOKS-, Ivory and Enamelle I
Carpenter's and Mayor's SPEL LING S
Gold and Silver PAPER
Gold and Silver LEAF
Bottles GUM, with brush and top
Foolscap, Letter and Note PAPER
ENVELOPES, &c., &c.
A number of John Cameron's Po-
pular NOVELS.
Hamilton, November 4th, 1879.

Horse, Carriage 4 Cart
FO. U IV. *
ILHIE Utndersigned having resumed Business
" at his uld Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Streets, near Ilamilton Hotel, takes
this method of thanking his friends and the pub-
lic generally for past favours, and humbly soli-
cits a continuance of same.
January 6, 1879.



Western Entrance, Town of Ham-
Horses, Carri.oages,
Carts and Drays,
tJHE UDERSIGNED begs to inform the
1 Inhabitants of Bermuda and the Public
generally that he has opened a
at the Western Entrance of the Town of Ham-
ilton, where can be obtained at all hours, and
at reasonable rates, Comfortable CARRIAGES,'
Quiet and Good HORSES, with Steady Driv-
ers. Also, Horse CARTS and DRAYS.
N.B.-All orders to be, leftat the Store of
FRED. A. WHITE, ESQR., Queen Street, Ham-
Hamilton, Sept. 30, 1879.

THE Undersigned having lately received or-
ders to purchase MILCHI COWS, found
great difficulty and much loss of time in doing so.
We have decided to make a specialty of the
Commission,. Any person wishing to sell a
Cow will please communicate with us, giving a
description of the Cow, how many Calves had,
what quantity of Milk given per day, &c., the
price wanted, and where she can be seen.
Persons wishing to purchase can) by calling at
our Office, 25 Front Street, have a reliable des-
cription of Cows for sale, and the price of each;
and as we have spacious enclosed Lots adjoin-
ing our Stores, Cows will be quite safe and
attended to, should they have to stay in Town
over night, when sent for delivery.
All Sales will be for Cash on delivery.
Hamilton, July 14, 1879.
Ice! Ice!! Ice!!^
cU e J 9 0 e7 *l

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish

Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers inr llmilton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-commencing on 1st April.
The price is one penny per pound.
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
SHamilton, March 24th, 1879.

E. B. Jones,
Corner of Reid 4' Queen Streets,
Has Received a further Supply of Carefully

From London by the "Seymour" direct and
via New York by the "Canima."

Gentlemen's Black and Drab Silk and

flamilton, Nov. 4th, 1879.


United States Mail Steamers.


MONTANA sails Tuesday Oct. 21, at 10 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday Oct. 28, at 3 p.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday Nov. 4, at 8 a.m.
NEVADA sails Tuesday Nov. 11, at 2 p.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Nov. 18, at 8 a.m
MONTANA sails Tuesday Nov. 25, at 2 p.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday Dec. 2, at7 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
The U. S. Mail Steamer" Canima"from Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can be
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
29 Broadway, New Y ork
New York, Oct. 10th, 1879.

To Grocers and Dealers in Shi


S.. E direct attention to the fact that our fa-
S4 cilities for furnishing Batter and Cheese
of all grades at the lowest market ra eN areun-
equalled by any House in the United States. Our
very large auxiliary business enables us to handle
these Goods at the minimum of cost, while our ex-
tensive correspondence with all parts of this country
insures us the choicest selections from the most de-
sirable creameries and dairies. We are Headquar-
ters for distribution and producers here have found
out that we have a demand for the best that can be
produced. All orders entrusted to us are filled at
lowest market rates. For those who supply ships
going on long voyages we put up our Gilt Edge But-
ter in one, two and four pound air tight tin cans,
elegantly ornamented and guaranteed to retain the
contents fresh and sweet for six months. Write to
us for particulars and quotations.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & Co.,
Exporters and Dealers in Food Products,
West Broadway, Reade & Hudson Sts.,
New York City,
United States

Lime! Lime!! Lime!!!

Two Thousand Bushels of good
Hard Stone LIMNE.
Iamilton, Sept. 30th, 1879.



B. FW. Walker 4* Co.,

J. & E. Atkinson's
celebrated for nearly a century past, is of the very
best English manufacture. For its purity and great
excellence it has obtained the following '
LONDOx, 1862. PAas3,1867. COnDOVA, 1870
LIMA,1872. VIENA, A 1873.
Only Gold Medal for English Perfumery, Paris 1878
Atkinson's Choice Perfumes for
the Handkerchief.
White Rose, Frangipannc, Ylang Ylang, Stephano-
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club,Ess. Bouquet,
Trevol, Magnolia, Jasmin, Wood Vio-
let, Gold Medal Bouquet,
And all other odours, of the finest quality only.
Gold Medal Eau de Cologne
i strongly recommended, being more lasting and
fragrant than ihe German kind. .
Old Brown Windsor Soap,
celebrated for so manyyears, continues to be madel
s heretofore. It is strongly Perfumed, and will be
ound very durable in use.
and other specialities and general articles of Perfu.
mery may be obtained of all dealers throughout the
World, and of the Manufacturers,
,. & .. 'SSI !OI,
CAUTION.-Messrs. J. & E. ATKINSON manu-
facture their articles of one and the best quality
only Purchasers are cautioned to avoid counter.
feits by observing that each article is labelled with
the Firm's Trade Mark, "'a White Rosa on a
Golden Lyre;" printed in seven colours.
April II, 1876-12m If

[I.lMEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Tuilet and
Bath, a reviving scent and a powerful disinfectant.
For warm climates it is invaluable.
RIM MEL'S JOCKEY CLUE, and other fra-
grant Perfumes.
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolness to the head,
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
boxes, barrels and packets.
b RIM IlEL'S AQUADENTINE cleans, whitens
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests. :
E. RIMiMEL, Perfumer by appointment to I R.
H. Princess of V Wales, 96, Strand, London, and 17
Boulevard des Itallens, Paris.
May 27, 179,
Protection against FIRE
S Can be obtained from the '
of London, :
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these
islads, a Saving is effected to the iniared
of the Stamp DuIj, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on IEAL and PERSONAL
PROi'ERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no C!AR iGE lor Policies.
Haniilton, September 9th, 1856. *p -
Iheiodore Outerbridge,


Reid Streel, West of Royal Gazette" Ollic.
Ollice ieours-10 to 12 aud I to 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tuesdays and Pri-
(l ays. ,: ,
Orders Promtptly Attendedl to.
Ilomilton, Octobuer 'tl, 1876.

-.iLI.M JidNICK-.NOVR.., DECir., 1879.

From R. IT. W.
Troup, Esq., Up-
Aprit 18th, 1879-
"The flowers raised
from your seed, up
in Kumaoui, in the
Him a I a y a s wei e
simply superb, and
the admiration of all
who saw them. Lord
and Lady Lytton,
when staying a few
days" with ussaid
they had neverjseen
such flowers."^

Hamilton, Bermuda..

S"The seeds came
duly to hand in good
order; I tested their
vitality immediately
on arrival (as you
suggested), and am
very pleased to in-
form you that none
have failed to grow."

ris. sets. s

6 44 4 52 12
6 45 4 52 IS
6 46 4 51 14
6 46 4 51 15
6 47 4 52 16
6 48 4 52 17
6 48 4 52 18


5 6
5 54
6 42
7 30
8 18
9 -
9 54


Mall llth inst. due

1st in Advent-St.

Full Moon 28 day 4 hour 38 minute P.M.
every Tuesday by DONALD MWPHEE I.EE,
Printer to the Qucen'a Most Excellent
Northwest Corner of Reid and Buiniby ) trett,
where Blanks, Inid-bills, &c., wmil be
printed at the shortest noticc.-Agents.
at St. Gtories tor the Roial Ga:elle
Messrs. GEOnGE BOYLE & SON, \\ est End,
Water Street. ,

Supplement to the Bermuda



HIamilton, W16. /, iov. 25, 1879.

Proceedings of tle Honorable Leg-
islative Council.

Friday, 21st November, 1879.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable William H. Gosling,
James H. Trimingham,
Eu2enins Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Reer. General,
G. S. Tucker,
'' Randal E. Webster, Col. Secy.
The following Message from His Excellency the
Governor was delivered by the Colonial Secretary:
(No. 4.)
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to lay before the
Honorable the Legislhtive Council a copy of an
Account furnished by Mr. Trott, Provost Marshal
General, giving the names of twenty persons who
were employed at various times in the Hamilton
Gaol watching the condemned prisoner Edward J.
Skeelers, between the 2nd of June and the 2nd of
July, 18"9, and. shewing the number of hours dur-
ing which each person was employed upon that
The total number of hours appears to be 1200,
and if each person were paid 1/,an hour for every
hour's atten-lauce the total cost would be 60.
This rate of remuneration would, His Excellency
thinks, not be too much for the work which was
In addition to this cause of outlay there were
tradesmen's biils amounting to 9 9/6 for articles
supplied, or work done, in connection with the exe-
cution and burial of the convict.
The Governor trusts 'that the Legislature will
make provision for defraying these costs.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
21st Novemuer, 1879.
The Bill entitled "The Audit Act, 1879," was
read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. J. H. Trimingham in the Chair.
The Committee ros".
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
The House adopted the Report.
Adjourned to Tuesd.y next, the 25th instant, at


Abstract of, the Proceedings of the Honorable
House of Assembly.
Friday, 21st November, 1879.-The Bill entitled
"An Act to amend the Liquor License Acts" was
read a third time and passed.
Mr. S. A. Masters moved that the petition of
Wm. B. White be considered in Committee-which
was negatived.
Ayes 12.--Me"ssrs. T N Dill, N J Darrell, R-D
Fraser, E H Gosling, H G Hunt, C C Keane, S A
Masters, W S Masters, T D Middleton, S C
Outerbridge, WV R Fenriton, T F J Tucker.
Nays 18.-Messrs. F M Cooper, R J P Darrell,
J Fowle, W J Frith, S A Harvey, J M Hayward,
T W M .rcer, TA Ouir-ri.z1p, C Peniston, J W
Pearman, J N Smith, W NV Wilkinson, T J Wad-
The following Messages from His Excellency the
(No. 4.) a
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to forward for the
information of the Honorable House of Assembly,
in reply to its Message of the 12th instant, a Report
called for by the Board of Works from the Colonial
Surveyor on the circumstances which led to the
damage done to the Swing Bridge at the Causeway
by the Schooner T. Dickens on the 8th March
Public Buildings, Hamilton, ]
20th November, 1S79. J
(No. 5.)
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to lay .before the
Honorable House of Assembly an Account fur-
nished by Mr. Trott, Provost Marshal General,
giving the names of twenty persons who were
employed at various times in the Hamilton Gaol
watching the condemned prisoner Edward J.
Skeeters, between the 2nd of June and the 2nd of
July, 1879, and shewing the number of hours dur-
ing which each person was employed upon that
The total number of hours appears to be 1200,
and if each person were paid 1/ an hour for every
hour's attendance the total cost would be 60.
This rate of remuneration would, His Excellency
thinks, not be too much for the work which was

In addition to this cause of outlay there were
tradesmen's bills amounting to 9 9/6 for articles
supplied, or work done, in connection with the exe-
cution and burial of the convict.
The Governor trusts that the Legislature will
make provision for defraying these costs.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, '
21st November, 1879. j
The Bill to provide temporarily clerical assis-
tance in the Secretary's Office was read a second
time and Committed.
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved the first Clause-
which was agreed to.
Mr. Fraser moved a duration Clause-which was
agreed to.
Mr. Fracer moved that it be to the end of" 1881."
Mr. Wilkinson moved 1880"-which was af-
Ayes 18.-Messrs. Speaker, R J P Darrell, N J
Darrell, T N Dill, S A Harvey, J M Hayward, C
C Keane, W S Masters, T W Mercer, T A Outer-
bridge, S C Outerbridge. W R Peniston, C Pen-
iston, J W Pearman, J N Smith, T F J Tucker,
R Tynes, W H Wilkinson.
Nays 10.-Messrs. R. D. Fraser, J Fowle, W
J Fritb, S B Gray, E H Gosling, H G Hunt, J
Harnett, S A Masters, T D Middleton, T J Wad-
Mr. Wilkinson moved to strike out the words
from the Preamble "and to prevent the recurrence
of similar arrears in future,"-which was agreed
The House resumed and adopted the Bill as
amended, and it was ordered to be engrossed.
Ordered, on motion of Mr. Hayward, that the
following Message be sent to His Excellency the
May it Please Your Excellency;
We are directed by the House of Assembly to
request that Your Excellency will be pleased to
direct a Writ to issue for the election of a Member
of the Assembly for the Parish of St. George in the

room of the late Frederick Augustus Stuart
Hunter, Esqr., M.D., deceased.
The Resolve granting the sum of 185 for the
cost of new Timbers at the Causeway Bridges, was.
read a third time and passed.
Adjourned to Monday next.
Monday, 24th November, 1879.-Mr. Wilkinson
gave notice that on the 3rd reading of the Bill to
provide temporary assistance in the Secretary's
Office" be will move to 'insert between the words
" Council" and shall" in the 6th line of the 1st
Clause of the printed Bill, the words "not exceed.
ing the compensation allowed in the Fee Act.' "
Ordered, on motion of Mr. Wilkinson, that a
message be sent to His Excellency the Governor
requesting that he will be pleased to direct that an
approximate estimate of the cost of removing the ob-
structions from the channel leading into St. Geor-
ges Harbbur, known as Jenkins's Boiler Channel,
be procured, and furnished to this House in the
early part of the next Session.
Mr. N. J. Darrell presented a Petition from Eli-
zabeth S. Webb, praying a gratuity on her retire-
ment from the office of Matron of the Lunatic Asy-
lum from ill-health, for reasons stated in the Peti-
The Bill entitlpe "An Act to make better provi-
sion for the maintenance of Common Schools"-
was read a third time.
Mr. Tynes moved that the words "not more
than".-" nor fewer than six" in the 2nd line of the
first clause of the printed Bill be struck out, and
the words "one of whom shall be appointed from
every Parish in these Islands" be inserted after the
word persons" in the second line of the Clause--
which was negatived.
Ayes 13-Messrs. F M Cooper, R J P Darrell, N
J Darrell, R D Fraser, W J Frith, J Fowle, H H
Gilbert, W S Masters, S C Outerbridge, J N Smith,
T F J Tucker, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson.
Nays 15-Messrs. T N Dill, S B Gray, E H Gos-
ling, S A Harvey, H G Hunt, J M Hay1mard, J
Harnett, C C Keane, S A Masters, T D '!id.,leton,
T A Outerbridge, J W Pearman, W R Peniston, C
Peniston, T J Wadson.
Mr. S. -C. Outerbridge moved to strike out the'
word common" wherever it occurs in the Bill-
which was affirmed. -
Ayes 18-Messrs. F M Cooper, N J Darrell, T N
Dill, R D Fraser, W J Frith, H H Gilbert. J Har-
nett, H G Hunt, W S Masters, S A Masters, T A
Out'-rbridge. S C Outerbridge, W R PciAston, O
Peniston, J N Smith, T F J Tucker, R Tynes, W
H Wilkinson.
Nays 10-Messrs. R J P Darrell, J F.wle, S B
Gray,"E H Gosling, S A Harvey, J \M Hayward, G
C Keane, T D Middleton, J W Pearman, T J Wad-
Mr. Wilkinson moved to substitute the 3rd clause
of the Bill of the late Session for the 3rd clause of
the Bill-which was negative.
Ayes 4. Nays 24.
Mr. W. J. Frith moved that the salary of the,
Inspector of Schools be "200" a year instead of
"6 250"-which was negatived.
Ayes 6. Nays 19.
Mr. Fraser moved to insert the words "and the
Catechisms of the several religious 'T'i--!m.iuations
in these Islands shall, if taught in such schools, be
on the same footing"-which was negatived.
Ayes 5-Messrs. N J Darrell, R D Fraser, W J
Frith, J Harnett, W S Masters.
Nays 16-Messrs. F M Cooper, R J P Darrell, T
N Dill, J Fowle, S B Gray, E H Gosling, S A
Harvey, C C Keane, S A Masters, T D Middleton,
J W Pearman, C Peniston, J N Smith, R Tynes,
T J Wadson, W H Wilkinson.
The Attorney General moved to strike out the
word three" and insert two" in the Duration
Clause-which was negatived.
Ayes 10. Nays 16.
The Bill as amended was then passed.
The Bill entitled An Act to provide temporary
clerical assistance in the Secretary's Office"-was
read a third time.
Mr. Wilkinson moved the amendment, of which
he this day gave notice-which the Speaker over-
The Bill was'then passed.
The House on motion went into Committee to
consider the Governor's Message, No. 5, relating
to Constables fees.
Mr. T. F. J. Tucker in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved that it be recom.
mended to the House to make provision for pay-
ment of certain contingent expenses attending the
execution of Edward J. Skeeters, Jr., referred to
in His Excellency the Governor's Message of the
21st November, 1879-which was agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the resolution.
The Attorney General introduced a Resolve for
paying fees of certain Constables-which was read
a 1st time and the rule being suspended it was
read a 2nd time and committed. Ayes 14, Nays 4.
Mr. T. F. J. Tucker took the Chair of the Com-
The Attorney General moved that the Resolve
be adopted.
Mr. Tynes moved an amendment to the Resolve.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
Adjourned to Friday next.
Resolve for paying Constables Fees.
Petition of Elizabeth S. Webb.
Petition of George S. Locke.

The loss in the French Champagne districts

through the failure of vintage will amount to 380
million francs.











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