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
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
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24s. per Ann

ffkAlober 109 1SSR.

Proceedings of the Honorable Legiblative
Tuesday, 3rd October, IS2.--Pursuant to ad-
journment the House maet.
Present-The Honorable Joseph H. Ha roey,
S" James Tucker, Recr. GenI.,
OG. S. Tucker,
Caendliah Bu.le, Col Secy.
In the absence of the Presi,lent of the Council.
the Honhle. Josepli H. Harvey, the senior member
present, took the Chair.
Ordered, that the Bill, p,.iEsid at the last meeting
of the Council, entitled "An Act to amend the
Liquor Licens,- Act, 1S80;"-i v l.iid hfn e !H is Ev-
cellency the Goveroi hby the Hon. Citcnt'isau
The Bill entitled "An Act relating to the Ollico
of Colonial -ecrelairy," was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. James Tucker ia the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend.
The Hous(. adopted the Report.
The Bill entitle lI An Aet to Incorporale t.l-
Berkeley Educationdl Sciey," was re.d tlie sCee
coud time.
The House went into Coimmittee thereon,
The Hon. Cavendish Buyle in the Chair.
The Committee re,.c ..
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
The House adopted the Report.
The Bill entitled An Act to amend the Jutori
Act, 1881," was read the second time.
The Houie went into Committee thereon.
The Hoi. James Tuier in the Chair.
The Committee rose. ..
The House resumed.
rhe Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
The House adopted the Report. ;
The bill entitled "An Act to cortinu. Le e 'ub-
sidy grated by 'l'ue New York :rteam 'Commuun-
cation Act, IS77," was read In,' second time.
The lulou: w. eat a into Commiittee tij'i on.
The Hun. Cavendish Lo; lo in t.i 1. hair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed. '
The Chairman reported tle Bill without ramend-
Tlie House adopted the Report.
Adjourned to Fridny, the 1,th instant, at --'".

MR. LEE,--A.I am anxious to see our people
going larg.-ly into Fruit culture, especially in the
raising ,of strawberries for the American markets,
Nwrich, in my o.piuion, if properly started, is bound
to be. avery lai;te aid pr.titable business, and why
absould it I.ev otiierwise r whenlooking at the close
connexion with ,:,ur lark'., American Cifics, wli.:.i
abound in wealth, andn.1 s ( p.LI :.p(-, that in ill
have the very best luxuri- loni their tible that can
be obtained, irrespective of cost; and strawberries
when out of season with them, would be bound to
fetch very high prices, say from .9) to $4 per quart,
for it is plain for all seeing the great advantage
we have over that country: while America lies
wrapped in its snow and frost, Bermuda, just sepa-
rated by the Gulf Stream, that protects us from the
biting frost, for we can supply her with luxuries,
quite fresh within 48 hours after hipment, com-
mencing in December andl onritiiuing till April-
when theirs from the SuIuth L-ule in. We eill then
find we have a big job before us tu supply the rich
of all those large cities. -You must bear in mind
that one or tn'o Onions, would be all that those fam-
ilies would require, at this season, merely for co' :-
lugi- purp,.'e, and thc-ir., uio tlei letter than ours,
onions, at the same time they would require 2 qrts.
of strawberries. They like the Bermuda onions
wlicn the warm wae:ather comes in tbo li'e with
cucumbers, as a general rule. Our farmers make
a great mistake in planting their onions so early
as they spoil in the growth and never l,,kk j.- '
to ship; .whn, if plauttd'later would pay better
and be more re ditacle to the shipper: hi.i prices
are paid- at first for a few, merely to place in the
stores as -curiosities, but not being ripe, the box
soon,nti c overed withL leaves, and they are
shown to their cu-tomner-r as what bad stuff we
send them, and prefer their own to ours; so that
when we send our go,.,d stock the--y will give us very
]ittl. fu.r them. I t',ir the c umiing aea'un will give
our Farmers, I mean the Onion Farnmers, fits, as they
are seemingly determined to plant three times as
many this season a they did the last, consequently
will not averav more thaL, 2 "6 per crate:' leaving
them further in debt thia when tlhy .tarte.l. Why,
will not our Farmers give thir imwdic-itf at-
tention to planting a fewhliuirred of th,.. -teiu.*
Strawberry Plants so that they may have then a
large stock for planting out next season ? Other-
wise they may find themselves behind the' Lighter.
You may rest assured that you 'will see a large
number of acres of this fruit growing through oi, r
<,ottr next yv:eir. All we rtqure: "ig, tho ,iglit
kind, s fuital- t ..r this country, an early kind,a good
yielder, a firm berry for keeping, of a bright red
colour,;and flavour a little acid.
I have taken every pains to obtain the above
de~hribid kiud and at a reasouale prio, O, that
they my come wirLin reach ot nil, aiod I I
have ~ni:i.ek..d, viz., in Wilson's Aeaty. lhis is
tl,' kind ofh:iriy that yib.od well in thI, .i".,ust rn
States, as it does also in the Nf'ithern. I tri.d the
prici.s uf tlii ,.o.rt. iunthc, United States, but could
not pro'ur tih rn for iess than >2.'< per 100 taking
I was recommended to a reliable Nursetyran in
Nova S.oiL, andI can now fill all your orders at
5/- per 100. They coluli not be impartd in small
quantities at that low ].ri.e. beo ilo not put off as
usual in waiting to see how your neighbours are
going to act. .-
My Agent speaks very highly uof the Wrson's
Albany, 'which I can show, with list of tliu in.uds
that be plant,, and which he finds the best.
I have just received from C'lift'tu. N. S., per
" PBen," \ii Halifax, 11,iJ.."J S[rrwbbenry Flaart.,
(,',1 o.,f which are the ..carlht Migu,.,lia iti, 1)own-
er's Prolific, which are more for trial than other-
wise; Lut the larger number are II r.i'la.'s. This
is the largest-shiprrent of Strawberry Pisats t-(r

made to Bermuda, and they are iu : plendid con-
dhiion, iuid will keep in their p'ieka a very long
time without injury. These plants were ordered
for different persons here. I received a great majy |
other orders that were too late for the Mail, btl.
wvill arrive in the next boat. ..
The following ii an extr.iet of a le ter froet the '
Nurnervman, who sato the Plants above alluded
I trust that they will do well in Bermuda. The
best for all purpo.e. that. I hnu.w and I think the ,
only one that would suit y'ou where the mar-!
ket is so far .off, is the Wilou. It is a bright red'
b.-rry n.ijd sufi.-iently firm to carry well. W sel i
them in rows ler.., (the rows) 3 feet apart and the,
plants about a fo npar in the row. They are al-
1.,Wc1. t..i run an1. fill ui) thb r",w, ,f c...ureo bciu..
1:elpt .l'aly ltvated. ,We ovr t1,.im with
l.ruth Ler- t...' prte, t ina v nter, but I tex-pect it will
not h1 neco-6sary in B,:imuda.
'' \\W can take then ip uritil the last ."f
October and thie plaints would 1,.: ltter thi n luoUW
so send along youi orders.
"I will send tle,;oe via Halifax to go by Steamer
fn Bn.." d


Fruit Fru-tit! !
.1 iri. .rrived per (J-irioo"


September 25, 188-2.

Otters foi- Sale,

Ut1 Sti


o j ,iermuuL. -
G. WHITNEY. Entrane-ant the Gate,
IIlamiltou, Oct.:.ber 2, 1882. Septemb-r 25th, 1SS2.-.3
'* -----------------u 1 .I I ', ; '------------------- ---------------------------~' i
THE CAIRO EXPLOSION.-C't:.c., j j ardj' Lm iunent
29.-The expl,..i-.:st th-. r iilw-y startioU yiet,-r..
continum..1 at 1,rief int' rv:its for tover tlr-,, h.:ute.-
Dy ti ,,uergeti eft.ri of th-. railitaryv. altl...Ah- A. Supply of this fabulous Remedy.
they were hampered by the lack ,if ,uirni"ir n -r, r
the fire wai previat fr'.ir i ,redig a.d fiu:.ndh for i
gotten under. Tl pnss.-nuer i:,ti.:on wis Rheumatism, Nearalgia, Stiff Joints, Burns,
but :Al th, freight .lhod, l o, itnin'rj te:n d;ys' pro- Bruises, Sore Throat, &c., &.,
visions for thre army andl about two hlunl..i tru.i: :
of anmunifti.n, were .-troyed. It is rj...!-rtel on Just Received by
g..l auth..r it thit fiv.:um-:nwere-killelaudtwentv WAINWHIGHT, GORHAM & CO.,
v'.iutiiled Theli railway ,tiiil: s :.'xprI.- thi.. t,:-li-i M medical Hall.
that th. tire was:f inu n.dliu r v ry olitin. Th,:.vnti.:e. T ',. d 1 a
tl.t trucks on two s,.puarat., line -of tra,.k L.laze.:-di up Septel-l r I b .'P.-.- u
-hi ,nilt .ue,:usly. Sui.eii--i ut i, tie firrt exl..': N ot ice
A third e-,rpe-d. Tr ,:r fire b.:.--. na ini i l..- .
( ,ptur,:d fr..m tli, E-yptia. ,. Some accounts sttri-
l.,,t.- it n .eidnt i on a per.:-rni is -eli.ll ( Ta7 ) s
while th. military at the reitc ut ..f th"- r':ilwi-y au- .0 I-)I /?eSS.
ti',riti,,s were reit. -'.-in -' the ainrunition which T THE i P
had been stored in trucks in tho railway h.l-s for H1nh ,tsignitry ainess g tafrot and after,
some days. It, howevti r, thirtt tlh e i1 t- itlr Busins from and after,
Arah.i e,-i.l.-v,,ur,-il to lre-id if th-y di ii ot r-:1l.: thie l.t% Otober,. in.-,t:L t, i'.2,
th--- fire. The:- tiatt. of the rnilwayv will not suffer se- (J.-'-" .: A-dlvet ; ms(enitnt) .
rinu- jint:r'turiti...u. Tr:"ops ..itrll]'-d the sr'--.-' last lespectfully i.quesrs itl PeTson.s hIaviiig
uiglIt. Du'ri-,- the tir,:, at the railwvay zt ti.:.- two CLLAIM..lS against himu to render sinme on or
Din. with wt.r-, seiziil while -. nd.-a o ri before
t.:i tir. iu :ilj-.,:nt iu:rri,:.r of tihe- t...,wnr. Ti..: 1 T
IlU itilti .l,v!- rni,-_,It hasteh-s'er:phel t.,(IA'ia.-.. ,.l..ri-,.-" J'. S In llst" n t
that 't n iuvc-.tiat .,n a ,1i.- iu. tl, ,:.- I t f 0 .
. xpl-ii.n .iu.1 thrt the1 re-ult ,."f th.:- in. tiry I u- p i to,:, .l tir.b.. it r it i W as
1 ,'-,1a ,an I, ,:-,.. 1 .i. u'3 ,i t a:nder.,t.-l taf that damte wit' W..
It is estimated that 15 days' supplies for 25,000 be noticed. S -' r
men were destroyed in ir .. ti.u.-i'1 '-. tl. i1.F- 1 F. W. r VOS S.A/JERL.
kion here v. f.:- Iy,-. The court of ,''jvry c.-r,.-
by the government is now sitting. N. B.--Mr. Vossmer tik:es tli. o.por[unityv

Henry George on Land ,'- ... ,'.:.. .....-Lo. z ,
Sept. O0.-Henry George at ri li.,.-lv att-Il.:--d m:,:t-
ing of churchmen in Lomni.:,, y.. .tr.1.y expl.i,0-I
his view on the land nationalization question. He
de,:l:,ired tlit :.4 a mr;tterof abstract justice 1i:i,,(,III-
peaitiaiou should he aiw,,r. :-1 p'e--lt,.t land .owners.
If the btate mnia lIand ,?con i on pr.p-rtv by t;lkidL,.
whole rental value in tax\.-it'i..- i fjr .ti,: pmilpl :,,
very littl- hardship w,,ild IL. ,1 rno. If *,-o-:- ,rMV n.-
natioializati.,i declared this to be their intention
as soon as they obtained pnwpr the valne of the land
would decline. Pra. ri.-iliy the whai.l i.r.-e-tC
simplyaamn,uuti- to r:arrv tih- priLiliple '.f fr' t..- t,.li-"
to its lgi.-i' eon.lusiot u. ie l..elie ,-. : tih t i n t1
basis the free trade battle in AnmeriLa could 1:be
caught and won.

of flrniihiiiig his friends iniil p.Itru'i' t.iIr pIst
f'wours. and on behalf of the New FirL8 so-
i..its rr continuance of same.
Tfamilton.i Oct. 2nd, I 2.-:3

The Smithery Business
i)h'fElRLY:m carr, on in TI-hn1ton by i
L W. VO- .'1.lEl'l will in future leI-Coi-
di..t.-.H y i
F. W. VOSS.AJER and G '.
YOU.A, .
With their ext -nsii.L ku.uwle.lg-ie of the busi-
_n t;.- H| 1 iii'P 3 aL i-. *Ail .11. O .f 11 1 LA i d OUUi vlurit.

s .* ,i ..... A 1 t.L .,, t c U L l |l l t u I L u l anL > Wi j.
A MoEOANATIC PErNCE-.'.-The- PrincessDolgor- a gutl:rintei'i of ssatis-atiion ge*i.-rally, respect-
uki, a oi-organiatih: spouse, of the late Czar, fully solicits a share ufthe- Ptblie Patron g'.
thri:-atens. .. -i:...m. a thin inthesideof-lhe irme'.- .. V O,_MER & CO.
rial family of Russia. She has just published, V -
with the assistance of a Parisian ',-.>. .*, -, the Hamilton, Oct.,er 2ndl, l~2.
fir.t volume, of her in-mniran-e.-'. of Al--xaunder tie
iu. Th evolii, whii.h is '-ioiu-a t.i the. -
person life of the murdered monarch, does not con- B 'B .- e -c e
tain auythin.ri, peLdlv olj.- ti. frou tli pO- i f Pur, R i Water
litical ,.f vi.,w, buit th. Pri ..-s nak,..- known M le W 1 1atelr
the fact that she possesses a la rg.u nuinbe- of letters
from a late Czar on the most important political Can 1. ue' d under all circumstances without tht.
que-.ti.,iue. and she hints, by no means obscurely, danger -attending all imported l,v, which in
that she intends to make this .,.,rre-.r,.ud.n: rcepub- io, t. ca3.s alft t the system in tie same man.-
lic. It a..ptrs from the st..ryv no told the r as a ha t it dri in ,ler.
titt.achiicit ,if tl% Cz tir to tl,. Pri ,.i- r,-; h:,r, e' as;aehanl u iii di', i. n i r.
children was of the most passionate kind, and that rThe urIer is irnw prepared to furnish Ice
his devotion for her secured for her at the time of at Depotul, Luri,:'v lti-ei, fo.l 6 a.m. daily,
his death the respectful ....uide'.dti.n of the mem- and deot.--eit-l in r, l! and Vicinity from 8
1iers of the Imperial fi.ruily. It it- stt,' th:.t all a.m. to 12 o'clo.'k-:nid i3' excepted.
the foreign princes who wtnt to St. Peiterhu,-. for Price Ialf Penny per pound.
the Czar's'. cept the Prin.:e of .,'ales and thr. Crown 'rin'e of This bejng a home industry I respectfully ask
Ge-rm.iuy. a continuance of the Public patronage.

NEw MARKETE RAcFS.-LoNr.o.'. Sept. 29.-First
Market Me-ting..-Two, y.: ir O.ld-Stakes: Sir D.
Astley's Lovely au-i Mr. Lefure's ran a
dead heat f-i f'ir-.t jl.<:e, Lord Clliorpq)e'- filly Van-
duara can- iu thiLd. Fiv e,l P.
Lorillard's filly Wenonah, who came in fourth.
THE NEW LORD MAYO orF LoroxN.-Alderman
Henry E.,lhi..ud Kui., >t. f ( Ward, Lon-
don, ha- beer > Loinl ,iLayi.r of that city.
The floods in the Tyrol have reduced hundreds
of -wevlrhv lundi.].wn,:.r i. l.,o\;erty. The labouring
class is in terrible distress. Tlhr approach of win-
ter greatly a:-'ravatei the situation,
Oh.:iie-r:i hi ceased at Japan, but at Manila in
the Philippine Islands, on the 27th Sept. the e ', -
graph says there wre e 20 d,1.,th- frora that epidemic.
TheDuchess ot Pa iLim.) Biartitz in: hliil.-Iirtli,
on the 29th September. The child was still-born.
Anti-Je i -1. its oa.-.: ui re-d at Pre~-..hui g on Sept.
29. The mob b :rok: the windows of many houses
occupied by Jews. The military finally restored
Tie: Gr.ind Shereef of Meces has been deposed
and imprisoned.
Prince Bismarck has ..:-.:-i. 'at-d the twentieth an-
niversary of his entry into the Prussian --ia i'..r-
A Coif. h -ui-.'- '. ill,l,!y L- h!,ld t C'...u' t.i ti-
nople to di-cusi the Gre-ek troutier rqu.Btiu. :

flan1'll ,US. dMIJLES(..,


About the 15th October next.
Apply at R.E. Office,. Prospect, between
10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Huuilton, Selt,.-mber :30, 1882. -2.

For Rent,
tmmnediate posOsession to an approv-
ed Tenant,
^jDweU"ing 1ouse
With about 6 acres of Land near Walslnghaun
Apply at once to
Jackville, Hamilton Parish
June 27th, 1882.-tl

To be Sold

ByP u b 1 ic Au action,
By Order of the MORTCAGEE,
Under a Poper of .'.ale,

-)N T111U1S')AY
h o e12 thi .iay of cto'..-,, 18.r 2,
At 1v2 o'el..c k, noon, on the P'r~e iset,
At !l)'d I Lrlin ,u i, rin a iy's l'aisil,

0 N,iA Parcel of LAND

Ftlimnmwd to cn,rain tI, lvre and one
hundrt-il and Im.erty-one s.puirae feet ; buinulaed
on the X,.,rth, by rand of Eliza Gilbert ; In l llm
E.tsl by land in the occupalion of Nathliniel
Joubsor, and on thIe South anid WlF.t by a'ild
formerly of l ichard :.ran Juhabi, deceased, and
now 0 or late in tihe (.cupatii.u of Peter Jobson,
or lowmv-r otherwise the said i'riecl of LrUnl

For Sale by Tender.

THE Real Estate Property in WARWrCK
Parish belonging to the Estate of RoBERIT
LIOHTBOURN. Esq deceased, well known as
41 0Rose Cottage,"
And Storehouse with 6 Acres of
LAND thereto, bounded North by lands of
the Estate of James Darrell, E'dsl by Tribe
Ru'a.l, South by the Main longitudinal Road,
and Wfst by lauds of Capt. John S. Darrell.
Seahlet TENDERS will be received by the
Undersigned, till
AlOAD.rl YJoon the 16th instant,
who do not bind themselves to accept the
highest or any Tender.

Hamilton, Oct. 2nd, 18-2.- 2

Aciing EeIswtre.

may be oi.outded or ouihlit to he i.:scrihed, to- ... 'S
gather %iith the unimni-ihed _
- House or Building In Sandy Parish for Sale by Order
Thereoi ererted,and the Aplpurtenaannei. 0o there Mortgagee.
A uctiorser. le tnii ili ;n aoutl I acre, hound-
25thI Septenber, i', etl il, \uIt lisy Liud t..rir r i ol ''Iohlioine
S'iSlaV, dtec,..'dli, aIoA ,lield.. tiy "iltz'3 Iar l ij ; on till
i i '; ;'' E t by Lai ti i th: ii-ire .,* Iel i,~ t'n S l i.ydia
04 ; C iooke, dtceniase; oil L tt Suuth/ by L, iil, of thie
U O~IlhJ (e f /atn .'8S l leir8rOc uor hev.'r es-..1', r ."luir! -,;i ierni..,decrased,
and on the I( ,i ir La.i(d nrow or late of' Robert
.1- IiJt l (i j i. i 6ii0h .i d J,.ndi,,s i ek oir t i-\o ever other-
ise t.. .. . a .,..- t lioundedor
EORGE B. FORRESTER havingLaalyzed -.u,i i tio .e t'ricied; tukithtr iith tle
several qualities of Bermuda Soil, is pr- p ,
pared to furnish a COMPLETE MANURF, .I ,e/ / .f lll, Se
suitable to the several crop, grown in these '
Islands. 'I ] ........ ,, .i.A .. .u.. I d th A i ....... ... ... ;


ii tit (J,
(.) iii on.

beil~ I

A tri.l is iuli..ited.
Full directions will be given to each buyer.
Prices furnished and orders tak-ji by
or, EO. B. F,.RfITf''P:.
IiMau iufa.tue-r. 6 Fro.i- ri, t,
.U-w York.
Hamilton, August l.hth, IS62.--S ,n.

CHILD can supply yoU wit h a reliable Clock
from 8/ t.o: .. All W.rranted.

Pa get Mi!I lnery.

A Choice Selection ofe

October 2, \, .-

A 1 tt'~Wg~V-W

j ii LIre > erec tLL, .AiJUn %e t ppurt eOmi ct's, n lll IIn
theu uo-iiption of m1r. Edward AIDert Smiuh
SGilbert, anid ro be suld, subj-et to the pos)tii-ih-
ty of I liowdr herein of anre Gilboilt, the wile of
tir !-aid Cdward AliberL Siith Ujillieri.
FlI'NUOl--li for the above PruperLy will be
received bv the L'ndersigued until nton of

12th Octiber, prox.
The Morltnhqee will ,iit lie bound to a'cclp
the highest or any Tender.
For the ,ortgA.efiee.
,an.iii.m, 25th Sipt.. iSS2.

IN otcc.

HIas Received from Teiieritfe via
. New York his Supply of
Red & JVhite On ion Seed,

i Which will be ready for delivery on WED-
From the care taken in the selection of this
Seed, tlihe Subscriber has no doubt it will prove
equal to the best in the market.
Crawl, S.eptr. 26th, IS52.

~. ~1 II ~Tneifi OnonSEED.
lr, mne fvilt t ,iii 11 ( v ".iii .11R.'ll C IH Rf ~lR iVSi.jV I-- -.- --- --I

rial-l ut Ft~,_ ii l ie I),, 'Ike.. -. 1if l Will lel5lill"c F-A. ,. A t Wv A & T -# -O
his Pr.',L-sion I_ ,,:.*z lhis Ot-tice over A rA received from Teu-iiffe, via N w
the Medicai hll, H. L yoik, his usual supply of ONION
t 7 / t,?, SEED, which is now ready iur delivery,
I D A. ._,Y_ 1T ,.Tl Ues ,ff. Hfmlilton, 5th iSept., i,5- .

g"Long Island Brewery7' AV ee J^
I d i ,tZ ;, ep !n 1r 26, 18

O -YL T" Public that his T .i : ,iI t(LOhaED

A Fresh supply recently receiv-. iieutione iu lo, :tcce it"g .V NRE: -r.ocK.
A ed from the above Brewery in Casks of (A. a JONES.
36 Ga.lus each. Han ilt n, Sept. II, 18a2.
Beer Shops as well as Canteeus can be fur-
nished the above at a low figure by: I ,E .JBffR'" nt t '

oct one.n w Froutstreetauilton. I E JOMPAN J'
Office at ICE liOU-SFI, t.s roadway.
Portland Unoment __
rH' Hubscribers would respectfully inform
the people of HartlLoLn inu1 vicnuity t;at
A. few Oasks, (4 Bush. ea.) of the they are no* prepared to ttandi to all rWillr
above, for Sale by for lee o a firi cla s manner and at the reuoa
b ov, i IT able price of llalf-Penuy ptr pound.
J. H. TRIMING IAM & SONS. We will keep constantly on hand at the New
Hamilton, 15th September, 18.2. Ice lHouse, East Broadway, a supply of ICE
W A N T throulghou the year fur iie benefit of our Cui-
S.A.S D towers who may require Ice during winter
IV A Y1ltlE,.

A : Good COOK.

A Hoise and Parlour .ll J ID
well recommended,' Must be smart,
and one who unrierstands the wo.rk.
Apply at the Royal Gazette" Office.,
September 19, lb21.-tf.

By prompt attention to our customers and
strict attention to our business, we hope to re-
ceive a share of the Public patronag .,
Ice delivered daily (Sundays excepted) iu
Hamilton and vicinity.
N. B.-ICE H-lOUSE open from 7 a.m. t
G'30 p. m. daily, Sundays excepted, whneu it
will be open from 8 to 9.
East Broadway, Hunuitrn.
June 20,

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..... I .... i 7 i ;, i .. :..u r,. I ti 'ud..T'i :-. W illi.iin- wa- ,rrlo;-u.ed orn 'in ir-
Oct. I 1 :t .ut i..r -Iu'g lhin (1) with iun tl tily wuuun -
J I hiru -If .. 1,-1.l .I .. .. Th i .-; w .-U
S :: ''- -- o hi,:v. .hat ..a 17ti .h L l-at thI Ilri-,n..r thr-.. t-
i. : 374' 7.1 I ..'i i: F .'l..uily en-.l E.i, .1 h:ler, a PLilvat: in the Commissa-
,1 : 4 :ti I 73 : -, 1 l 'Fi I" l i lt .. d8T i Ihu p..,'! .''-"I ,.ith a pi-t:,l, thll t t -I ,r.;-
-1 41, .i'.~- '. *'000( Squally gle ensued between th- rii in the course ,:f whi,.h ti I
,0 N .1 ,'1 i ai'.ill!v prisoner drew a knife and the 'prosecutor 'was
CI| E 6 76 68 i-.:, i l iny wounded, iLd that .fter a., r... wv.hil,. W1i .'- w..r wa
7 'Sn :. ,,i 70 .' s-, i '' i. rainy on the ground the visi..u.- juiip[' ld ,u .un l. ki k.-.d
8 NE 0: 7-i 70 .9 1,' 13, 1 illy him in a mostbrutelI rl:uiiii.;. T. .:'. ju.ry .., r .I
J L" Pi:; US PEtINC li'-'1 th." l2risoun r, ,.a I :1h. C-..'rt .-,.ute ,'.. hin t,- two
-- .. ... ." sv i ini ';-,-.,.nt-ut with sLard i l..,"ur, the Chief
TJu-ti.:.- '.'iii-uemen:inu- trmngly on the unmanly and
b .rtal :cnduCt, .t thl. pis:,,,.r.
j ... Jars Bcj,aniii Tu'.kr wais inudi:te'1 for rape.
--- - -e was coii.: t:., aud sentenced to one year's im-
ni1ii,, ilon, 1 October 10. 18.: pui..n:uieunt wiih hard labour.
-Go- G :i.-: C'..tte-r, a Priv'ite in the R. I. Rifles, was
('UST') H, TE--HAMLTT 'N. u indi':t f,..r au a~. u1t on Mr. R H. Duerdnu occa-
ETM H.SE-HA.MILT si,,niulhu atual -,,odily harm. Mi. R. LD. Dar.
trr2-iShr M ii, tiil MargareBav 11, reft'i tlih prisoner. Mr. Duerden had on
l.r ; h, t, .eWlker & C,. the iight ,If Ih hi July l.,t re-ei .1vd a viy ev, Ir.
1 h lulliir t.' B. W W alker \ C' bo c ,t 1,(.,l t&'.,iii.a ..uii t, cn1 ctho .ri' ..>il..l
5- hr. Metc,.r, Dun~combe, B.arl...'i., ; sugar ^bti;,t. ts wht,.l tr.,r a t ol t, n. t.oul.I l,r ou!it
t-M T. J. W.Idrtn. V, York h...rL-, t:,' tli' pris,, '-r. Fur th, dilef--fteu it was sub-
i-Mail -t.anue- r rti,- T-' r ut ,' t& 'Cox, ittl th.,t th. L-viden'u: of i.eutity was not suf-
Mails a.n.l ir(banlie.--Az ut-, 1Tr..,rtt &Cox, ,i,:nut to warrant a ,cot,vii, tiou. .iu an ,l w isA
.ECLEApI.i. also set up. Thi- jury ritire..l at l.- uoon 1 1 d u>.t
Octhbe-r :3 -Shr. Enm-i Jane, Mar-..,ntuf, on a being tll.. to agl Oe on L .heir vTdict we.e i:k..l iu
whaling ciruie-. all night and were di,:-harl'-,il ou the full,
USTMe I HOUE--r. S EORGE. mrian..
ENTERED. ,Robert, ,aitut'tt Long Ileuded G'..* ':1 to au in-.
Oct. 3-S,'hr. H ni.u, L,.-ur, New Ybrk; assorted dictment for an as,iault on Mr. John T,ry Pu.uil.2,r
rcam to Satniuel 'h'li.i l an. .ci..t-i..uiuL Lhim i a. iuilL,.,ily harm. H~ pa A,? -
4--Stt--~n Tiug ,rutuin-i, Lu. k..-nib.:li, N. w- York; ten' ,, t'. ,'-i.]t,,-n cal-ndi:ar miuths imprisonmnet
to M tr.withhrd lbour.
Bark Eian.-.slinc, Davis, Charle"t,,i, bound to with lrd labour.
Wle h- :00 tons plh..,:i.:it.. -Agents, W. Eyuil," M.-li:t Frualdin'u was iud,1:.ted foran as.
-.l- y u & s"auilt <,'(...- !,i,-u iuu actual ,o'.l v h -irun S ho pleaded
Barque E'i. i Bar-,-, Hollis, New Y, rk. ox. n, hay, t '..u' i, wa1 t-ied an acquitted.
&o., to 'Tr.'tt & Cx. John A.l,:Iphl'-a K.-11y, one of the St. Georg,.-'s
c,'r.? p. Parish Constables, was indicted for sh breaking
Oct. 7- 13LIt-.Ie- En-li:i .Filia, Boggs, Marsuille ; and l:ar.euy. lie 1.,le.i-.1 ..... ..i,',. T r I ri-i-iu..rr
inw.ird ,ar,.' ,t whl-it. a w: t nd, .fI,1.3'. l .y the. S.,!ii-it,..r G n ral naul M r. i..
A R i T. Middl- t...u. In opening thu case the Attorun-y
IL. I tw.' G.:-u:ir.dl iAt.EtI- l that on the night of 7th July last
In the M .il '"euni'-r Orinoco on Suuii v I-slt ,loit th ., -ture the. St. I-.. .-'-- C.'.,pi.vt'e Associa.
New Y.rk :--rua W. IH. Golin-'. Mhis -oiu, tion hIs been entered and some money -taken from
an. Mis F.. t:,-lUug, H.nry I.-l, E', and the-. ,I-t, and that the li.r..,nt wsh.. w a i.:mibr
Mies ] ..rr.i, Mi-. Bhlu _. Mrs l u/... Mri-. R:se, and Treasurer of the Association i..ha i-,:1 -,ith
Mrs. Hurtiu1t,-,n Hlt -y and Mi i S. Lough, MAI. tle crime. At th, conclusion of th,- opouing th.l
Ciuthl' in .l.t.t-r, Misi. M. Forl., Miss J. T. Dl) Solicitor General submitted that the. Inu -t-i..nt
tAr.l, Mik- 21 T. cAd[ M. Wtlk, Miss A. WVhit.:-, ILdl not lie, as the ,ri-,uir wa' iu ,-ffe,-t ,lLi j'.
Miso Annie Stone, Lt: Middlemass, R.., Mer t t:t his own money, thW !.r.,.lity- l.,iui
J. H1. Triri]tigiai., .ri E. T. Child, Thotnu. laid in the indictment as of "T'h.,I.uIS ":nui,-l
..,thworrth, M. M. F.-nwiek, G. W. M. Hanley, Pajvutvr and others." After some aigumiierut the
All-e F. .niith, G(-ra.l Frith, B. N. Stone and A. Chlef Justice said he considered that the prisoner
H. Ata.,ud.-2'm/ (',.lin, Mrs.THenry James, H..u- Lad a i-r .-.~ ,to, of the mI:,uI., I i *'!:at if the
.._ 1 ;..-,.,, Ii E e, PicIhard Esv, Jr., andl .. evi.l'en.e w.-ut to 'blhe that the.- mnon- s tuken by
4. loth.11itll, ani i St.'.erag..-. him he held that he might be convicted of larceny.
The reipoto l : 1 '.s f the Trops-hihl T'j,, is de- T Th ,: e th, i Ir.:.-ee.!.-. Att. th,. i ial lunt i .heo
clari. ty th,- Ahlirnirty, to be without touindatiou r-'-,., th-e 'hii.- ,it .... .aid he had been looking
II.M..'.V.,,'.i, Lieut. and Cnuni.i.i l,-r, iniry further into the matter and had come to the con-
Little'tal., ia to ri'eli,-e the Fich,'rl .,u this St 1- elusion that the prisoner could not be convicted on
tiou ) irtnh, It,,:r pI.r,.L.:--,ding from Enu-lu.d to t.3 the indictment, as he was rw.. ti,.1ly n. of the
Cape. partners whose money had I-t,.lii-, and there
.ap M. (I , L ,u,, L .Com. T. DTHK-,ghto, is no law in Bermuda rendering a partner liable to
11e. M. u it v.b u c'it Lt.-Com T. Df, whm".e', be convicted of larceny under such circumstances.
arrived on Frnity 1ist from H ifi, whit-ple Hi Honor acordin directed th Jury to find
A,. l,.ft un the prCesionu Friday-bhd a very stormy is rdingly directed the Jury to find ,
1 a.-'tt. ivp,.rt.., ap m aprl", les, thF total loss h,.t ,,f ,,,, .':, ., ud th,.. prisoner Was dis-.
i..---. Repurt-, aH d.pre.--u.!, tl. totalloss charged
'i H.M.S. P.,ai.&. The I. ha.d ,.ne of th,- p' chaP. ged, on boirard. ,~Ai ni.,;hhir. .ft the I,,l, or ian- i Reca Eliz.,-rth Outrbiid-i plar.l.-l l not
ji.r uon he.,r p .i a e J-.. u. j','"1 to .ia indl. tineut ..i r-y'u-'- lih:r with .ia as-
ThL. ;..-,r lft oa Sa.:rdu.ay f,,r Jamaica. sault --.i- tiit '.iy liirm. On th,
The fie Schr. Hou, Caan L.-. -o r, arrived, 1 'it-i sworn it arpp-.,r-l iliat. she was
The fine Schr. ound Cai'atlas L,..tar, arrive quite drunk and ,'t, r l- '.ml..!. of giving her
,t ...r u...T a-y last,inthe u. t- evidence. The t if J-:e ,e- i,cuir,,d if she had
I%.t tI tro l N ew Y "rk W e art. in d. ,-it t. been
Cot i'in.,r- tro r 'New York papers of the 27th been bound over l.y recognizance to appear, and
ultimo. r or ew York papers o the 27th on hearing that she had, ,nit her to prison
ulto. for contempt of court, and the case stood over. It
The Tuai Steamer Britannia, Captain Lucken- was resumed the following lui..ruin-, and the pris-
bach, from N..w York," un.-lh..i.1 in St. George's owner was acquitted. Another witness for the pros.
Harbour at 12 o'clock" on Tuesday night. Left ecution, .T:niu. .. C:- t-IL:. Jr.. Kin- also drunk was,
New York on the morning of Sunday, conse- at the conu. nii,..u of hi,, -ril,.u'.e, ,..Lumitt .l to
qu. utiy mat e the p.:s. -t.'e iu about 66 hours. Cap- prison fl or.. utImp ,pif .o'uirt.
..,in Llceibaeli, '.-y ant.ively sient us, immedi- Court adjourned to this Tlesdayv) morning art 10
atelyu his arrival, two copies of New York papers o'l'k.
of the, .tlit ultih which we are very thaulrial for.
The Harry 1 1 ,/' '-...i, was up, at London for
B,-rniu.l.. to l..u.v oun the 2ud inuIt. MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
Tie Al-i'ii'L.n WilI I-. S-Lho,ut-inr .Emma ,Tan -
when attempt I- to ir :, to, g ,a yesterday, got on the In accordance with Publie notice to that effect,
rook i.ear Irelnud Iilanu. Am the weather is now the Freeholders of the T...wn of St. George met at
moderate l- i may I1.e tI., ,t,.tl without injury. their Tr.,wn Hall :,on, Mouday the 2nd in-lt.ant, for
t .- : .. .. "*~ nn > in ha, Il;it r[,piuL-u cf Ele'-tinir a MAly.i', Ahderme-n and
.. S..,r. .,,, ,, Captain Grifiu, in a' u Com Cinilmei for theesuiag twelve nuouths.
quik rniu fr,_,n H-i.iax arrived on Sund'ay last, At the Wor.mpful W. T. 1 ert, preid
with a.unabmurtvd earg,. t.. W. T. James. the En:. etiun miunenod: t i ,
B-; Thle PRoya.l Mail Steai.:r Beta from Jamaica William Christopher John lyl:n% d being nomin-
may be expected to-day. ated for Mayor, and no other < iidd.ite being pro.
posed, he was d'?la red duly elected.
P,.,-:AL.-Tte Eir.thu,k. at Pan:iiiu on iho Four persons^ nominated as Alderm.s
....when but tu.- were rsqtired, and seven as Co!n-
7th uiltmo was not so destructive to life and pro- whe. Cut tni- were required, and seven as Com-
erty as at first state4i: but 4 live. wrie known to meon Couucihnue when five only were required, the
e st and yui u will e,:..r the lo. of meet was postponed till t,: following Wednes
.roperty. Tw. a..,.ideti rJU.lted fittly-, tt day, -u Vt thr- place and hour named, the fol.
aina, th,- other at Colon-1..1th w,.,re Do..torf l1~wing Ltr utlere-n were duly chosen as Members of
and victims of th-eir owu imprd-l...te, by [junp)ie. the Corpu'l-tion for the ensuing twelve months.
from "ind'w, when the titlt autl most -'evereC-8shoik William Chlaiist'pher John Hyland, Mayor.
occurred. A third Doctoris said to have gone out Joseph Ming Hayward,
of his mind through the strain on his nerves of the Rollin Jewitt Titrher, lrirn
succession of shocks. Thi tquakei! i.. thought to be of Thomas Ward Kelly, )
local origai, the i'an r being near Aspinwall and
the wave travelled fr..-.i N.rth to South. Henry Hunt Gilbert,
[Frequent shocks continue to occur; there was Albert Inglis,
ati.liei b-se\ere one onthe 17th] John Tory Bourne, Common Conmcinmen.
.S. L. Po is raging to a fearful extent at the William Mercer M. '-Callan,
Gape of Good Hope. The Malays who form a con- _. ...
siderab'e portion ,if the lower class of the popu- Tr Coxr.-The unfavorable state of the
litl'.n, hav rtfus.-il to be. ,ain.,ted .,r even take ITHE CoME.-1T-e unfavorable state of the
the most ordinary precaution i. ..'.,r t,:, protec- we.atieriduring the past week l]as prevented many
tion, hence the cause of th,.- fearful .'i'eu.l uf the t'rr',.:us who hat Ittt their ibtd- at au early hour
Oi.lus5-. On the 2ith September it a .1 .-'timutted from being uatuitkd with a sight ot it. Yesterday
ti':t there must \e or fi ,i':rdted ase iu mornig- however the sky being l.eutifulv clear
Capl Ttown outn ,,f p._.,iilatot i- of ,. *'"y :'.3,,ii in- the c'ometwas seen to grT-t advantage by several
habitants. 15 de-hu .,ie r-.,....,t.! tie 25h persons, from about 3 o'clocktill after fil.e--,'ight-.
ahd 41. fresh, cases. \'aciuuatoun i-i performedl est at about quarter to five-when a clear moon
whenever parties will .h.iu t At Ki uberly, SU., and bright stars We-re also visible. The Crunt was
miles island, 2,01)1) p-rs. w-. w- 'm;n,.ted in one pronounced bysome who saw it as 'ma~-ijih..-eut."
day-so eat was the fear o 2 0. liease. It is It %.',- in aI-,nt a S. dirtion and w hen seen
.cared that it wil i,read thronghl..,ut the whole of by th':- enarlihat riser it wis not much above the hori-
.-uth Afri-na. Thi- disease is thought to be ima- zon*
ported through a third iC-luas paoengei-r' on boiiard one -- '
of the mail steaenors to the Cape, tit tirst people f BEM(.urA CocoAuIrs.- e Were kindly sent
attacked being Coolies >ui.loycd at the Dooks in yt.terday, by a Lady ridding in this Town, a Ber-
coaling steamers. Business was practically at~ muda cocoanut weighing 4) lbs., also withihe view
standstill; bankruptcies are o.curriug on allsides. of our testmng th quality of tht fruit, a piece of
-.- a second, which, although not qiite so firm. nor

A very severe sto-nm f wind Ail rainn.ocourred at quite so thick as the iinul.rted nut, comparedfa-
New York and neighborhood ..n the 23rd an.l 24th vourably in flavour. This is as far as we can re.
altimo, and much property destroyed by the over- member arnun' tbe fluert cocoanuts we have ever
6owu'.'of ri-ters and streams making sad havo.-, seen of Berniuda growth.
with mills, embainkmin'eutr and dwellings, awee.iL -----
iintuy of those on their borders asaiy with a spee, A L&R,.E RiaWU.L..-.It will hbenoticed by our ad-
and sulde-nues. that was is .appalling as they werA vertising -..lunmns that Dr. S. A. Smith offers one
iap:,..riug." 4-16 inches of rain fell in New York hundred dollars reioard for information respecting
oni th, 23rd. the dastardly depredations committed on his yacht
No reports of disaster; at '. by.this gale are ithe Zeyhr, between Suni.lay night and yesterday
e mL 't na;..g, % Ihen at her moorings in this harbour.
Thio Br:tish :-casalry role through Cairo to over- i B Y. CwB.-- W6 aderstaud that there will
aw- the di6i:'tderly n.itiv'e. bbe an ii1ntlImd Ri'L:-e, ovei .a. ,1 ?.l n Bernuda Course.

Th,'. .heie hi isso" d a mani... ..fto deetrinrg intheG (rit n-nound, on Friday next 13th instant,
hat En.d a eat interest a manif pt, d r between Yacht of the a Cub.
hat En"land has great. iutervst ,n E ypt, between Yachts of the above Ciub.

I V t Iii~I' TO'Iq: W.'EATil ER lit
I~ s. i ll .I 1: I i i~w -It 11, f,
*-i .'n~246'f-''t ..t Iiaiu, twh11r-% Oie Regigler Iu,



Cheapest and Best in the .1JMar'ket.
ENG LISH Breakfast,

In Original Half Chests.
42 Front St.
liamilton, Oct. 9, 18t32.-I

One Hundred Dollars
THE above Su:n will be paid for
such information as will convict the Per-
son or Persons who, on Sunday Night last, went
on board the Yacht ZEPHYRIV," and malici-
ously cut and desir..,yed her Sail and Mast and
Stole the R udder.
Ilamilton, October 9, 132.



From E"rope %ia Ihe Uniated S(atc.
The Mii1 Steamer 4 Orbii:o." C:,ptaiu Fraser,
an:-.hred iu H,uiiltou Harbur ii te on. Sunday
The 0. left Ne-w York iat 5 p.m. c.u Thursday,
and had ,'i fa..,ra lle run till Sa-turday mornin-g,
wh-n she experienced similar wet.ther to that which
pr.- aled hi:-.-.
We a- ii..l~.tted to Cr.ptaiiu Fras-r, Mr. Pu'irs:r
Dupout, .ii1 tu -.,im. klud1 iitude, .is.eugi-rs for
New York ._aper. 3.t the ,vli.'-iin,-:,f h'rursAiy last.
V',: Liarv, .. b,.un kiuily ndi.l -l ~'.ulie I t El:--
lish and Ihi-h p'l::rs.
The nevw, froii Ettr.:pe fh'.,I.,h not startling is
ex ,..'.J. i', ly i t. r,-- tiu ,;'.
THIEArrTIIAL. PrsrLCrr.--It will I._ noticed on
reference to our dl.vertising"' .olniaii to--dy, tbhat
the :Sr',-:.iut-.' Dramati. C'lub"--R. I. Ritflei-
iunt.ii' gi in'. '.n Saturiday next the 14th instant
aund on Mulud.y uand Tii,'sd.ay following, at thel
The:-tre Royal, "Pr':,iP.t, the tiihst of their winter
pi rf',-.rimarn-e. \\-.- -wi-h thein that success which
their performance during v the pa-.t winter season
so justly entitle thlim t..
Captain Gritfeu rf th.' S,.hr. E. G,...dwin, arriv-
ed on Sunday 'IInt from Halifax, will plesc- accept
our th)nuk. for a c:)y of the (',ii:, of the 2th
uIltim .

AN- A Siippleomenit of Five Col-
umni a-ecoimlanies thifs isstuv. of the GAZETTE.
It contains much interestin-g information from
Englaund, Irela-ul andl the. Ciontineunt; Edito
rioal conun:nts on a Letter headA-l' Bermutila,
Notes" in a nalifux Paper ; a .eomuunuieation
One for Tminpro.veum-nt," &e.
DIED, iii Br'..klyn, N'.w Y.:.ik, ru Fri-idy the
yth Seipt,.-ul..e-r, Lyi, A.J:, tlhe wn- 4.f Th.:omnias
1). Middleto:n, aind ~ e.-a',l daughter vf thu l:ate
John C':,o'ke, Srii';--ou, rI.N.
NEA.L.Y .A CE(TrrNABiEN.-.,....., in Saithi Par.
ish on the -th iu-t:int, ROBEr.T PACKiwoCD, a'edl 99
years, and 11 monuiths.
......, at N..1 tli e V'-w Cuttiig., Souithaiimp-
ton, on 4th inst., S&Nu Jarw, th, ibaeloved wife
of James H. Wilson.u.
....... in S-iulys Parirh on 7th iu-t., Mr. Jons
ALEXANDxj SWAN, ared 18 years and 9 mn..nth.,
leaving mother, I..rothivr, and .st,-'. t'-: lmient their
KIK i-......., in Pruoklyu, .;.:' York, on
the 21 -4 Serptemli:r WLLIAM JIIN Kirk.iiA.i, e-liest uf thel late G.-org,:- Krke,.k Kirkhain, E-q.,
leaving a widow, t w-.. daughters, m'luith'l., rothf ra
and ii. te-iS3 to) nlo'urn their l'.,-.


*^ A Furnished House
,t,- Or BoLrd, in either Hamilton or St.
4It' George,
By a Person desirous of 'Visitin, these flanuis
during the C(,,ing Winter.
Parties willing to board a Family, r. quiriiag
four Bedrooms, or those who have a F'u isl. ,l
House with the aiiovu :iccoinnuodation, will
please send in their I'eru- &c., by
To-morrow, Wrediiesday,
The 1i 'h in tant,,
Addressed to Editor lcoyil (Izitte4," ilafiil-
( :h-.ob-r 10th, 19 ..


October 9th, 1882.-- -p



SOME DISHONEST PERSONs hav- Watchmaker and Jeweller. 18 Yea
ing lately t.,,kn away 'TR E' .and FIRE. perience.
WOO D from Morgan's Island, I herely forbid
all Persons from landing. on that island; Mr. Watches, CloCIs a111.l Jewr'lry 'I1
JoHe I Ii.iTn, living ou Tuckcr's Island adjoin- d d d
in.g, having instructions to report the Names of e an repair .
any Per-ons fouiiid Trespassing, such Persons Every descripLion of repairing done.
Sill be pr..secu ted. Queen Street, Hamilton, 3 mon h
B. WI. WMALKER. October 10th, l,32. 3 mojths

Hamilton, QOtober 9th, 16,:.-2 3p*
I W anted.

In an Offi,-1 r's family G IOD

must be well recomin.en]i.f.1, Liberal wages
will be given to a su.itaril.' pr'
O "Apply at the ij:icc Oit this Paper,"
October :J, 18"-2.

Por hiiud Cement.
Y the -IR G. F. SEYMOUR,'
' from L: i.o. ,
Potrland CEMENT, in
B ir- n'- oi 4 Bus. ea.-New l'rands,
At Unusually low prices.
iain.lipr, O<)., bor 9, id32.-3i(is

Crieketing & Lawn Ten-
nis Gear.
All Cane handle BA'l' '* t;oBs TTs"
Sets WICKlET'-
Scoring BOOKS.
Patent Tennis Po es
T 's n n a Ra ',-:ts
Ayre's )o liails
Do Shots
October 9th, 1882,-3 Ins. 3p,*

rs ex-

I.' 11 II-

The best is always the
SO Cheapest.

T HE LIME supplied by the Un-
'. designed is burnt from Pure Limestone
with Cedar Wood anl is Warranted to be a
first class article.
f Orders promptly attended- to and deliveries
made to any part of the Island.
63 Front Street.
Hamilton, 25th September, 1882.-1 m 3p)

By Public Auction,

On Thursday next,
12th inut., at 1 o'cloCk,
F f I'TEET 1 Inch Spruce
Z)0 00 I,;ARD
5,t-)0 FelAt Flooring EOARDS (Tougued
and Grouved i
210 ii B.ils. Four LFct LATHS
500 Five Foot PALINGS
.0Iij Four Do. Do.
5 Barrils S F. FLOUR
12 Tubs New York BUTTER
6 Cases (contg. 12u) 3 lb. Tins Olive
300 Lb.. Jamaica Green GINGER.
:0 Gross (Chases) Comb MATCHES
5 Bris. Pilot BREAD
5 Boxes Extra Soda BISCUIT
10 Bis. Early Rose Talle POTATOES
50 Bottles ,,ew ) eil and \Vliito ONION
.'ELD, ot N. A. Cooper's iwpur--
tation this year
1 Fine Carriage

Anil Hairness.
1 Covere'.l Car-riige and Latimps

Now lanling ex Schooneir E. Goohlwin"
from Halifax,


The "Undertsj'i..!ui have jt.
ceived by cIra er' rti'I' td the,' Si
G.F. :pnw*~" from.i'i,bm,i,
A Lar~c and i urilily. selected a;I-sorineiit or
Newv ah-1Fashionable.

Xhi rh 'will be i'caidy 1I iLpi-veti'uii o~i l 4)
Ci eat Care. and pains have 6 eni takenu by a
M~emb er of ('111,IFirniin lur~irl'ISIaEinthe-c (jod-i
in the LolkOilti 1'i Mu et. and thev N iibe Ifound,
on 'alhiitiitito e ealy ~ndanA Iimshion-
In eom~evlin -u-,iih mthe UI, l~t heynowi
.1111L LL A liRt an~d i)I S
MALK IAG0 ':seublishmenas,,
e~tch cot,1uct.*d 1i)-l'er-nn., of guod ta-t.' and it;
every w ouij~e!(-rato iti-urc t3.,ti~factlon in
their ricspcctik duartuiewt.,

New v1a(lCheap~






TW E' EDl~

Pei '



CA it VF 4


E" CE('A-'. lA
9rinoco' and i .Sy

A -t (if, : -; id
Hatuilt ,., <>t. ;J, 1<'2. ,


'eir oe. nrom LONDON via N,
A Choice Seleclion

Suitings & Trowserings.
S Please call and examine.
Oet. 9il, 188r2-r

Notice to Farmers.

To Journeyman Tailors. A rew Boimesgood Red and-white
Ir Ir '0'

Coat and Trousers Hands. on hand. Call soon if you wisit to cure a
g o od p riie le I ,
APply to, 1, THOMlPSOVN.
T, KERRISK. Queen Street, Hamilton,
Front Street, Hamilton, twice October 10, 162. j
October 10, 1882. twice ... .



v e,. Steady, Ictive ,JiA,

Ja P RE TICE to the without incumbrance, as G It 0OM, and todrivo.
SCONF ECTIONERY BUSIE 1 to t he e will have to attend to Cows, and make him-
CONFECTIONF.RY BUS1.\'I':SS. S aelf genter,ly us.e'l.
Apply at. once to He must hive a good character for sobriety
E. A, MEYER, and houtiih.
o( East Broadway and Vi,.tor.. Street, jI Li.i- at the )nice of this Paper.
ilttiv October., J182.- tf.- I lamniiin,9th UetOuier, leC82.-IP. -

WINES for the Season.

j 'URGA.NDY-Sp arkling,

CIlAMPAGNE--\1 "-k& 'l,-,dr 's Ex'ra Dry
.C v' uvray

5t. l'ma r.
Cl ..A E. I'-'e11ei.ut, :
4 Ml rqaulx it s'nome house f i
1 1 ''. 3'i successive ye;.ir ,.
1tO .' I -- ( till) l'Iioulhe; n
Liebl'ra uinilih.
LI QUI! '-- \in ra-chiino
L 'uracoa
A Crmu e ho Cocoa
Cherry LC,rdial.
PO()RT-Very (lid lo,,ilel
From the 1 uod
SH ERR Y-Amoniillado, Alianzanilla, Montilla,
Namnu fl., ce.

B,.ttled S'TOUT & '\LE--Bull-dog brand.
,A )OLI NA X iA S Natur'al .'Minieral Water.
lIE[I',ZONi. .

Finglirli IH \MS & IBACON,
S:tilt.ii, Chliddar & \'ltshire CH EQ E,
Compres-ed T E \ Hreakfast & Drawing ro'm.
HInm loia n- 81. Georges.
October 9,1Ss2.

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96 Bales Fine 1Upl .il HAY
B. W.- ALK- E R& C ,
.4i,- tionetcr.
Htmniltmsn, Bermiuda, October 10, 18S2.*

Fuiirnituilb Sale.

The Under'ientioned

Household Furniture

At Public Auction,
At Clifton, necnr N-ptuntes Grotto,
SSn ltlis ai-i '
at ii o'-.Iock, on

W wednesday, 18th inst.,
I PAINTED Bedorooni set of
8 piec-s
I WValnut BUI( E U with \l J,1,e Slab and
1 do. \"'A- II-;T \NO' iMarirh lopa
4 do. CH ill- i do. Rocker
I Marhig;.imyv S-.i'i ;T [L!,
I-Walnutl aid Hlorsehair ." *I-' -:ringl
I 'h'hou-aiy tili I{ i *,U
1 CtiO.r rl'.D [ -A' )
1 Tin Shower BVITH
1 ,'Jod Family





BI "I/ ^.Iz-f "I'el


_--r '.,.l R if-- -- -- -- "---I I-" ___

'.2nd( Batt., Royal1 Irish

INMPPOlTTED I .-- --. -...-
Sj .r 3 W WilAl ppci at the GENERAL MEETMING 0;1' ti.i, bove Club
In the T.,wn for ... 3'0 on inrs th .tb.-r n t ll, at h o at
OVERCO)ATING S,, PRO.PECT The fullowMing K.. nt l,_-it werr el:.-tel mem-
SUITINGOS, and O.. beTrs otf the Club :-Major imsl.,m Mijoe,
'rTHOWSERINGS On Sat urday, Mlondiav & Stirke, Captain '-raham, Capt:An Ward, Lt.
STUESD"Y, Dallas, Lt. BElu.r, .1-. G6itlin Lt. Lewis, Cap-
J I. McNEIL & CO., 14t1, 16th, and 17th Octlber, 1882. tain W M t. Mr. E. ..ilr.
L) !It was L:Cided that, thii following: Gfntlf-
TrH 1 TAILORS, The Performan,:e each Evening" will consist of Cn be a. hd tha c th .. ,,w ng .nt
64 Front Street, 66 the Scre.amiing IFarce ientitl:.d the Race. M.t-ting in whose ha.nls the whole
ORIN-- D1 1 EPAf1BEN 1. 4 '-ll eve, of the maw,aemie.-nt. of" the E'.n.:- rest :-
TAILORING DEPARTMENI'. I iaSll 1 & 1 His Honor the Chi..f Justice. on. E.
Fai'il an, Winter Stock To b tf lluwed by Bra,(h al Do e Sin MAN who will ring COmIIC SONG; in Char. [ciD,,:n.ll .E., Lt.-Colonel Newpo-mt, R.A.,
S Broad Cloth, Doe Skin acter on Saturday and it.sdlay. and SONGS t r. 1. A Oulterbtli l. U. D. Drrld, Esq. T.
And in Evening Dress on Mi.,dlay. F. J. Tu.-k-i, Esqr., Ciap.tain Graham, h.A.,
FRENCH CASSIMERE. -- captain n Swain-, U.IR., W. Mo,:,re. Esqr..
ST, Td After which will be perforiml. th >'ensa- Coiut.-Start, Di. Park U. Tucker, Lt. MiNddle-
Twe T eedS, Wee S ti,,nal Drama in 2 Acts, enltilld mas, R.E., C. Pe-ni.ton, Fsq., Lt. Husse-y,
,E. 3 ot. oS. and Treasirr.
n Suits o One P pattern each. m that no Mwber of the Club
n Suits of One Pattern each. eitr ient.:-ring ,ur hiding a hors- at the
Particularly call the attention of the Public A TALE OF TW) CH .ISTMAS EES. mieeiing, hall be- l.pointfl as a H.anli
to the Unprecedented Assortment of the va- I a capper
riou preedented Assortment of the va- iThel did trn il of the Battalion :-That if it is discovered that any el-ct-
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. wi be in *tt ace. ed handic. has a bet ou any laundie.p
ThIb 1 Paiczs or Arum[ssIoN-Reserved Seats 2/, race such b.--t and all h--ts and Stakes on th..
Geunts & Hose Silk Lisle Thread Front, Seats 1/, Gallery 6id. race are to be canc,:-Ile:.
Lambs Wool The Company have niigaged the S. Ste(amer: The following alterations in the Pio)grammi
Merino and Cotton in Clocked, Unbleached, St. George" which will tart trom St. Geor- were made-.
Plain and .Stiped ; j go's on Tu.-day., 17th October, a" 3-30 p.m., Th, .... e f h ,.. T. ..H r. ,,
ges on ,I.- 1 ,It k ", Ib a 1 ,,t A. ,- T t e <.".> iirzv f lr tho rIm[ I iil; t Cup"'
NECK TIES. harp, calling ait Ireland Island about 4 4.> p. t o, th e o t.t n. Cu
Silk Satin L.Iin-, and Cotton n.; will remainthe twentyminutes. She In C th
All Co'ours and Shades, White and Black. oart from ailt, n fl t. George's at wordsIn the"an ridden y-the tsam to
s4ilk and Satin Brotadel t"45 p.m., (allinig at I,-l,,it' Island, w and ridden b3 the saute'' to be
13ilk andaSatin Bro>adel1 pVm., r inserted uft.r the word B.-131ioid;i."
Linen and Cotton Hanlkrchiefs. Embroider. Prices of Admission ineluin g to inseCourted or the wor h-y Bay, Handi-
ed anti Hcruneed-Stitch. i and from lInaoilt,.IL will I- s fll,:,w, -- The Cout.o, for tie "h ll,. Bay. Iandi-
ed andicup" to be 2j milesin.t.-al of mile.
Gents "'Tourist," Lawn Tennis, '' Ci icket," Fwuoi ST. G, ,.n'. s- -.-s- ...1 catun4/,
Oxford," Regatta, "Oscar Wilde." Front SF-ats 3/, Galk-ly 1/6. In the Beri-,dla ,.tAk.z''" the wur-ls "'and
I S in White, Stripd andi assorted M TEL ILA e sarv Stts t a e ins-rt after th
Colors (perf,-ct fitting.) F -r.,,! Seas 2/, Gallery i/. 5or, Civilians.
Gents W hite Dress S irt' TICKETs may be had from Mr. INx,Lr'. St. Dr. T. H. Out,-rbrild,,. kindlly consenute, to
Sreb Di tS e Canteen r...wa' uyl fariue-s, measuic tse, oni t, e l.;, at ')-i
Bosurm 3 PlY. Linen tock-yar1, .a Cit.t-ier! ot ,'i 2'.r,t,' Me.,-es, and pP.m., on a ny Tue-lay or Thufsdny.
S.'._ tbh- Douor. The Mt-tintg iermiaiint l ith a vote of thanks
Doors orn at 7.30 pi.. at 8 to the Ch.;irrimai.
p.m. Carriages at 11p.m. V\ C.. .t HUSStY, A.D.C.,
~ e '^ -. ,' 0- i --- f.. A. D n


'pu31 wUO Stuosog Jo sa dniu snourlA
Richardsoi's 2200 Fine Linen and
Utica Non-Pareil MUSLIN
Hats Caps La.wn Tennis Caps in Hard
an.l Soft Felt

Cardigan Jackets
Rubber Coats and
Scarf Pin-
Shirt Studs
Hair Brushes
Shawl Straps
Feather Dusters

Clothes and Hat BI

Readyv Made Tweed
Cuff Buttons
Collars Buttons
Whisp Brooms


1 0 ?7ARELS Early Rose P)-.
SI'ATOES-ip'-vially select-'
ed for Seed,
200 Barrels Best Table PCO rATOlS |
150 1iarrels Fish GTJANO
50 Bags Southern FERTILIZER
Anda few 1,,ttles of ONION SEED which
will be sold from this date at 1, per bot-
tie to Cash Customers.

1 Second Hand RUGGIE
1 'New Open CAEIUAG(E E
Both will be sold Cheap to close a Consign-
St. George's, October -1, 1 1.

Merino, Lambs Wool and Co:tton And
And mahy other Artieles suitable for Gents A "J "r
Toilet too numerous to mention. .r_ SS -s
Ladies. Children's andl MissesHosi- E Undersigied Iiving secured
'-ery an extensive addition to their Store, are
Silk Lisle Thread Lambs Wool now prepared to ex'eit u ny r,'rdor" in the above
Merino and Cotton in White Unbleached lines.
Plain, Colors Fancy, Clocked, .-triped i The Goods in il;ih Pe|:r,.,nDt will be found
and Half and Half." well worthy of ii'specion, i" vi, been very
ALSO,-- carefully .-e'ected I v MR1. IO.CKWAio from the
+AFsoj English and Fiee'h ")iikets.
An assortment or LADIES WEAR LOCKiWAsD ai d ehi e
suitable for the pi sent and coming season. .
White and Unbleahetd COTTONS 36 inches (ptr.9, s'2.-2..- 3
wide, 3id., 4d., 5d., 6d., 7d., 8d.,, 9d., per ---
yard. JUS T ?RCEC VE: '
Double Width Sheeting White and Unbleached U '- E
Pillow Case Musln 5- 4 wide, 1/ per yard. By R H. D U T IDEN,

1Fall and Winter Prints.
Dress Pattern-, and By the Yard 3d., 4d., 5d.,
per yard. Fast .'olors

Quilts, Blankets and Counterpanes
White and Assorted Colors in Woolen and
C otton.

Notions in, Great Variety.
And Articles pertaining to that Department.
White Goods a Specialty.
Tomlas Crash Lonsdale Cambric
Whito Wiase, &c.
And a General Assortment of
DIT m p

C complete.
Hamilton, October 10 IW82.


The Undersigned is now Receiving
Ex Schr. ",E. Goodwin,"l
From Halifax,
A Choice and well selected Lot of
Pink Eye Early Rose for Seed,
Superior T'able POTATOES,
At Low Prices for Cash..
Hailtono, Oct. 9, 1882.--1

-VIN l ER Ditl, GOOD SUUl, of
t V \l.chli about l,i' 0I yards of I.!NSEY
\VOOL: I-.Y is slightly damisged :nid \ill be
Sold for 4d. and Q4d. per yard.
SdL.SL O, '
RFi,;NCII CRSIi. '-, White ShIRTrs,
'O'1 TONS, P.\IASOLS, J \CKE 1r.-,
BO0iT.S and ll(F"S, (Cheap.)
Corn. r (.t Frout and Queen streets.
Hamilton, October 9ih, ls;.--:3in,



The Undersigneid ihas just r,'i--edil
from LONDON a line lot of

(L.AND.-t'A'E and other Vit.wi), framind
a ;d unfrauied.
The Public are invited to call arid inspect
Queen Street, Hamiltuu, 3 "
October 10th, 1882.

For Sale.
Very liite used. Caii be seen at
a October 9th, 1682.-3 talishment.
H Iiamiltou, October 9lh, 1882.-3 limes.

''Colonist i!aSe n).

.. r



U der te- P. 1o n iiL0 oi `11, E.x-
cellency L' '. .-0., :. ';tt
Governor and C,,.,iiU.1: l i-Chi.-f,

1''.-MAIDEN '+ .-TA..'.ES-F l orsesthat
.have nver .- on a ra- :. i i-n -uda.
Nrvlmler 15,
Under the .Newmarket and Ghe rand National
i ncules as arranged ior Bermuda.

hand. About PO Pm GthflAE.

1.-MAIDEN ,-TAKEll -For all horses that
have never won a rat:.- in !'tmnaudn.,.
Ho er.- e li n Betd i iu I:rmuo.t. allowe.2 7 lbs.
About rdle- miles on the at.
horses of 1 hands anthe uprdpr, wof eight or
inches; 5y ns. Navy llowd per inch under 15a
hand. About I mile on the flat.
3.-THE BERMUDA ITN E-T C UP-forandi-
1 actp,-for nll horses that have b(en;,
i hunt in Bermuda. Al'out 2 u.iilk:s over
j hurdle.
for all horses the property of Civilians anders of
th Ary a Nay quartefoed in Bermt-

muda allowed 7 lbthe me. About 1 m ileon
on the flat.
8*-THE BERMUDA STAKE.--for all
horses the property of Civilians and rid-
den by thv ame horses foaled in Ber-
the flat.
6.-THE POLO STAKES--for rdl horses of
14 hand '2 inches and under. Catch
S weight not under 10 stone 7 lbs. Weight
for inches. 5 lbs. allowed per inch under
1.4-'-. About mile on the flat.
all horses. About 2-i miles on the flat.
1-,entt-n horses tL:U have run at tlie Meet-
i i.". About I uilt- onl the fiatr. Entries
tob-' Lmade- at the :cales iminuediately
aritt,-r the l ru-i ceding r .:.3,.
Copies of the Newmarket and Gland Nation-
al rul,'s aiS arranged for Brmiuda can be, ob-
taui',,l at th l:c'val Gaze.-tte" Ofii.:e, price" 3d.
:-nbs..ription lists are plice.d at the Club,"
,' the- Royal Gazette O11:e.-," &: .
2 W. C. 11USSEY, A.DC.,

October 6th '
'" Colorist please c-opy.
The STEWARDS are rt-qu.-sted to attend a
meeting" at ".3oi on Tf'iURSDAY NEXT, at

.. .. ,

SM, rthi in Calf. Wheuiu full Milk gives 11
quarts per day. -
Apply at Oitice of Royal Gazette."
October 10, 1682.

'Vewl York Jlail Steamer


Is to Leave FOR A EIll YORK

"1211' OIober, 1-82,
At :3 p.m.,
To leave N. Y. for return o-, 19th Octoher.
I'reigil, 1'airel-, and Specio oni Freight, will
be ir'c,.-ivu d uni til 1 I lth October.
Iil' of La.ding, will be signed for f., ihit ui-
til 10a T.. 2. ,)1 October.
l'sieu,er S't:uge will he ri,,vedii at '2-30
pm., 12itl October, .

TPI 0T 7"

i..u nilior, lie,-nuId.i, 0th October,

A gm-mtt~.

Co IIIn iss ariatI Office,
Haniir'n, 6th Oe2tober, V12.
AU ~l-VJlN7
At thoe S 1-1 E D S, Hlatilton,,-

On Friday Next., -I, 3th1i'
APowe-rttl 1)!RAUGUlT

For tfurthier pari-u hrs a.i L~ 1 t. ( ru1ik
*ra L~ ic- II u TalpI. Hm

The Lates8t

Colonial Secretary's Office,
9th October, 1882.
T. L. GALLWEY, R.E., Governor and
C'omnminder-ii-LtMief. has received a Ded.
pac-ih dtt-d Downiig Stireet, ,lth Septem-
hLer, 1 ,,2. from the Right ilonourable the
EARL 'F KIMBEHLEY, lHer MAdj-isty's Princi.
pl.l .ec-retntly 'oft' tate for the ulonies, con.
veying 'ot- Majesty's gracious confirmation
av allowance of thn Act No. 7 of the present
Session of the L-gisl'tture, ,-ntitled "An Act
tb provide for the filling of Vacant Ecclesias-
ticaLl Bieneti-es "

... T 1 Colonial Secretary.
T. B. STEW A.R.0
'co c.w>' Contract for Steam Ferry
,Senior Commissariat, Offticer.
Between iSatl Kettle aud Hamilton,
,- .. y. Under Act No. 14, 15882.
SALE OF .-',OLDIEiS' OTT .- ; .-'.at all Per.
... .. ... a dison to i.-'ia) l" r the above
S ervlice. arr toi eusoe their Tenders to be delivered
")., .IiHamilton, iu or before
E S1INI .CO 'i M ISSR I A. T 'j i il .( 1 w
O. UFFICl:'(, BEl. UDA, .-.ill ,, vive Y,//Ay .. the 918t_ l1t.
Teeis, in ituplicat. up to ooDA, .on th. Th Conditions which will be required to be ful-
'e s. in u to noo on filled are tie lollowing:-
25 tii jCt0 be' 188- l t -That the :-'teainer shall be capable of carrying
S, not less tbha. iorty adult Pastengers.
From P,.rsonis dt..airoi'L Pturih .,ini., all Old 2nd -That the breatuner shall leave the. Public Wharf
i iit ry"Clot. at Slil Keitte. at tr.m lat April to 30th
tal y lotillll Septembc, ;oih dais inctusire aul shall CoU-
&c., of Tr,,,s in B .niI:, L1,.Iq v.o. ', i tiuni ruini.,g betwu, that point and Hamitton
f,,m it De m.,lber. vIrv halt hl.;tr, iutil 9'3i a in., hue! 9 a.m.
.i 3" n.30 p.m 4sh- ,ha'l tu-: evae, hour and from
S13 n i .; p oii p i 8 i .r.i ev:'-y h'it iur.
t ,v :It-.E:l<,i; -i:r:,. 1 :,.+ l ''.. .*-'. I .':.. ~ .. ret. b h,,rL idav' hiciuIive, Ihr .texin er shall luu
il'tol, .,'rliltU a. .. .. 'ov except tbat she i i: begin her trips at
,nd.=rs j. u rk., u,.t]. i.:-n!. ~ i /or I -' .~a. nad';end thmin a' 7 p.m.
Sintc-.' o '1.1 l in. 4l; Tea. ti.e ates ot ParUiag, @hall not exceed
] TI i-- r C ; r ) n t i:; i c ir ea-.' P-! :h-auli.4er in bthe alter
S ( 't.,.i. ai!d tsholl n 't, e ce-,. d t ach for
n t bl.i-il hit. It t, a- I ti th...- lowest or ~ 'ny :ther Pa.-en.rra.
T..ilder. i Tenders are to slate at what time Contractor will
'1'. B. Sno'A,, rT, be prepared to commene. tlidioervire.
A.C.G., The BOARD Oo l Woirs dooa ntot bind itself to
Senior Couninissariit Ouiicer. accep: the i-jweit or at:y render,
Huiailton, Betrmnuda, October 8, 1.-82. -3 J. H. V. RAE,
I 'olonial Surveyor.
N otice. October 9s, 8.-

"'HE Undersigned frespectftillly e. FO S LEe-,
quest Importers per Ntw York Mail Lately Received from LOAbDOA
Steamer, to PAV\ THEIR l"REIGHTS as -
early after the -Receipt of Goods as po-sible. i and ANE u 'OlI ,
Delays have rendered this request a ne11Ce- ,I"TTS Superior Carriige IAILV.',iSSES-
sity,. with Collar anid Ilnmes,
TROTT & COX, l)itto ditto ditto ditto--titti Breast Strap,
.lyc,,i/ Qudec S. Coinm:any. Ditt. ditto Cart HAILNESSE;S,
Hamiltou, Bermuda, Buggy Ha irnesses, , S-.)DLl.:.S,
September 26th, l '.9. Stirrup L'PATlIERS and IfKON-,
Riding BIlIDLE .S and, IIT, all varieties in-
-luding Snaffle, P'ellhan and 'Weymouth,'
Carriage and Cart COLLARS,
L. Pipe and Piounhl DiLtto,
TI I'l.LOT l s'.ll bokr.t the Italiann Shin a'-d Ankle 1 i00 I'S.
ri;t.nship '.'l N''IC, du here be Riding and iriving \i 'S, lIAMES,
tween 20th and 3hst of this ,'onth, is relinested TtR -.ClS, Back CGIAINS,
to anchor said SteWail ip in Grassy Bay Leither II 'l1Eit., \VW6I Halter,.
sile VfM Hik Lincolushite. Halter CII,INSi a,.d !tithming i 0 .I-ES,
S Cariiage mi Cari Drivi;g It ,
J. T. DAR LL &CO, Riding and living added I' \'DS,
SAgents. Rubber IROLLERS, Hone Rollers,
Hamilton, Berumudi, Octobr 9, 1832.-I Coir BIRUSitIES, lBody BRUSil ;.,
Colonist cpy. Cury COMItS, .Mane Coubs,
-""-- -- ~Lap RUOH.BES,
For Rent, lorse U o 1.CllAM.lS KINS, .\ 4S1iEIIS,
"SP I1;GIF iL D," V,acum OI, soft SOAI'P, POLISH .
tl 1 [.I :lS. S; I 'TS, BOWS,
A Pleasantly 'ituated au't (inveni- S PI-OK.. HU

Vitihh -tables, Carri;e and other itntlhuildings STI'RtW in Bales or Bdla.,
n,joiniig 0 Bales HAY, slightly damaged.
lmnmedinte p-vese-i., i'en. OUTERBRIDGE BROS.
For further particulars app), to ';;! D eid ,',e, Hamtiltn,
(;. t V, ':<,iMtlon. 2nd i ciLer, IS- 2, 3 3
26th Septem ber, 1882.-3p tt .

By the Sir .. i ,o
RICE) in Btuigs g s u.t
.J. H.tTRIMi GIM G I --1
SiiiI o, O tober 9, 1 .- -:..

Fuor Sale,

With a Cait : weeks ,I. by li-r side.
Please apply at Royal Ouzitt" Otlice.
October 10, 1882.

POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, October 7, 1.q2.
-- Adams, William A Adami F C A. !.<- ,
Wi,daiu G B'ake. Samuel Burchab, i1 F -' -..
}'raaitui B':u'-,c.,urt. GeOwe Barqi..** B.i
vue,' Mrs .:'h. J 'C (.-p-r. O ,f A ex-.(,,'W e,. .-
Sin Dux. hr)D )i. r.. .-.hic "'..-y j. ".ionw."
F Fre W ;:liV, le3:1 ,i ,'., .'. J J O ,i.n:, Jr'u,
niytu Jo.qiiqui, .Niclh.rl J P Jameis, iUite Ptter
Lar.en, ulunnal Vieiro do Luz. *'Siv B Mlwson Miss
E Munroe, F VW AusonI, hteuy iMarks & Co, Mar-
Sceoiinjo Veuira Nuaies. Mrs E i Pearian, F A Si- .
Sinou, E B 6imwmtns, Peter J Smith, U A Sodeorgn,
. ;.ul Jaq Swi.h. Betj W imnith, J fl ktewart. ra.
lisla dos Augosda 'ilveira, Elisa Tucker, Edwar4
' Wait.
SPO'T 6_FFI'E, ST GEORGE, 9'h O Luizi Fiadi -Barque "bay head,' Schr '.Guldel
City. Nathaniel Swuth, WViiau Nnalaon Smith, ,
Tomkinson, Thomas P Williams-Schr-b Wil'
Martial "

The Lnrgest Stock,

f -1,*

Colonial Secretary1s Office,
9th October, 1882,
T HE tulluwiEg ACTS hive been paihed by tLe
LEGISLATURE OF BE.MVDA d n-ion the pro..
en' Suy i.u :
No. 13.-"An Amt to amend and continue the
Sc'* ,,ls.Act, 1i79."
(Ih Ibroi to 31at Docimber. 1385."
No. 14-" Au Act to provide a Steam Ferry be-
liCen tWe Salt Kettle and the Town of Hamil-
(In fore- to .list D 'Cemher, l3..7.)
No 15.-' An Act to prnviJe fur the discharge of
thei Duties :,of the Mavors of Towns during their
temporary absence Irom these Islandx, anud to
other purposes."
(In force Indefinitely.)
No. 16.--" An Act to provide for the marking of all
Packiag's of 'eg table Producu to b sLhipped
lr'mi these Islands."
(In forest Io 31st December, 1835."
No. 17.- "Ar. Act, to continue and amend the Aeto
four the regulation ait the Post Offi e."
(In f No. 1H.-- Atn Act to ameud the Act for consolfda.
lint and amending the Law relating to Lar-
(In force Indefinitely.)
No. 19.-" An Act relating to the Offie (of Provost
Marshal General."
(In force Indefinitely.)
Colonial Secretary.

I :





- VET"I,'TLr
.'A.-%_ jT.i j J .',

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,.TNGLE aud Double Sodn, Touic aunl
Mineral Walters.o Leoin, .'Belfast)
Ginc.'r, S.irsaparill'a, Straw-err'y A rRasp-
berry Ases,.au,1 other Aera'c-d tanl C.r-
bonated ]i(everTages; and in Sipbous, thli
bcst of' Sod:ti. Aerated and Seliz r Waters.
AAlso, 1I (lilkin Fountains of .0Sod- an I
Aerated Waters, &c., &c. "
The abov.- Adh-s will b': k>-plt Cetnstanitly
on hand, in CODD'S Patent. G0.1'. io :-topper
Bottle: andt anty uothi-r kind of Bottle will b-.c
Fille-d to Order. The following E-`.ENCEE-.
made to Order at the Shorte-st Noticue:
.-'... i &C., &c. ,

The -huLscriber wouil :a.ll th 'attention "'tof j"elllnLr u ip Great Bi-
the inhabitants of Ben' ,,nd others, to tl.,' tain and of 46 vt::-'. st' 7 :". re prepared to
fact that lb has com!inually advanced in the -hi alii '. F -:E at Moderate
inup'ov .-nin it of lki M1an1u e'iltare, and wisli,.s ''",,s .. r. p ..i- t .i
to ijntorin thuli tlaut h- ill Ie- ai.,le to supply .1 Ai l T this Compnyub-
thim with a luich C(har and superior mittedat, la. t n-.. l ..I' -,.tin- in ,Li\ur-'
B ve-iag than las i.vr beu-n offered to the po:. ill ;, '.;.v, I \iil..>nd h, i d.., .la'r,.-,l
Public, as h, ':Xlpects by every sth-,ner tul, '*ti n-a tiy oih-r ilit, stig -.tatisi..s, th.
Machinery from England and- America thiatT eg. will be las-i t' ow to any
will enable him to u-pply tihe Largest, Quan- one who v may alply to thlnm a their Office.
tity and a '-uperior Beveragp, as any othr-r J. H. TirNIINl.t.Ai & SONS.
Establishtnent (sui:-h tms are in the Business in flu tilton, Bter:nuaI,
Berrmnlt), an'ld at a muchcheaper rate. 14th Ai..gui-f, 1882. J
Hr- begs to o:tI.r his sin.-:rl thanks to ti
above for their Lib> rol Patr,,nage during the
past eight years, and respec-Ltlly solicits a ,(e'. Se dS !
continuain'' of the- slme; ftor they will always
fnd, Barritt's Beverage to the Test Just Received at C obi.o l80's
ju s u cceiued 'at C. ,H.Robisons
Satisfaction given, or ionjey re- ,. r, a or
1, 1,', r P iroi ft, a fe h'I'sui[:,lly of
Special attention given to ALL ORDERS, and 0 arden SE I S.
delivered at the liortest N"tice at any, time .
orrplac ., .. i so0, R,.eAiv,i per ,chr. 1higie" from
Particular attentiun given to Orders fiom lierb-ce, a i-v .i., u': upe,i,,r Qua iy
Clubs, Hotlds, Boarding House-, Pi,-Nies, S0 F f E,
Balls. Dinners, Evening Parties, &c., &c. which may 'e obt lied at a low rate.
Special terms to Canteens, and Military ltamiton, lds., 15th Agu', I S~.
Messes and Large Cuni..ners.
-TEHRS, \ .., ,N'iialde known oun a]iplicait ion.
Tet limoni al giv and others.
On and after theFirst of October, 1882, my
Estabhlshment will be known undir the name-
All Orders shoul, be addressed to
.Manu/;fur'wer.s vf Aetrated TThle, '

East Bioadwav and ,Victoria tree. Livrpuo, QuIc.twI, Lono,
8 Is. Hiiltun, Be-raiudla. j an d New York.
Bermuda Veterinary In- ENGLAND, ITALY, CANADA,
fi, rm .1y, The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprises
REID ST EET TO. WELVE oft the large. steamers (b.-l_,ngig
REID S'IEI'r,. iTO to one C,..mpiarly ;n the Atlantic s,.-rvi-, l-a;v-
TiEJ[)i t E U FE l iDG, LI. v. ., ing the p...rt of N,-vw York. They are built, .e-
i dee, mil f .IDG tirely of iron and steel, x.s.ep the. merlv d.-
sidebee, Iill-m itD.V la- orative parts, are divided into 'walt.e-,iht
E i I:..! :il!(t(': D. .Su:til fire pro i c omf.rt8itcnts, anI provided
iltotn arish. with everything CL.1,.idated to add to their
.. safety, Ian to the comfort and convenience of
Will visit St. George's Frfrst.lon:llyon ]ues- pis,:nea'is. The saloons and staterooms (all
dii),,-OlHce at U.. r purlitqo, -.qr on the luain deck) aire unusually large, light,
Sikli "viit r'.tuersco Friday,. j andl airy. 16 h table and general appoint-
Si'. i ,., Jilsntit-.ii January- 2, 1862. 'enuits ct"mpar<, favourably with thebest hot-.l,
-.' ^ *.,t .".'-". "in i Engli"'and. ..
CT1HAV 'i .. (ll",,: of tules' steamers will sail from New,
Liverpool, and weekly for Londun direct, from
The Proprietotr of the above Hotel New I'i.r 39 No'-rtii hive. Rat.- of pasige
having goitn to still further alteirations has incurrency:-To Queenstown :awl Liverpool, 1
now Opened : S to $70. To London dire(.t (Victoria Docks):
11 to $60; excursion ticket s '-.on, currency;
Public Billiard Roon, Seee passage $S26, currency. For farther
particulars apply to the. Company's Off-ie,,
Anild ll -,ili.'itl .a I s aro, ,i th,-r P blie .No '.., 71 un-. 73 Br,.,ilv .v, 'Net.w York.
hal ronage. -
Reil mI treet. liati.ilton, Atugust H1, 1"-J. F.* J. HURST
- ard St L e XNew York, Js !', y 27, 1Mngr
Hard Sto e Limi o- r
-U'or ale. A
A i;:t,'!, i.ty of4 the a,', W',' w i.trratit-
ed llards Stunic, for Sale at Co Ls' It S. (R L; u mAe Ste .si-r. ;, r- '
FAIM,. Southam pto.:n, W est. aio i., in-r Ni,, c a(ci .., in. !,'., re- imay be inade for delivery iat spectfully so ic;u thu i',vro)nage of' LADIES and
the Kiln o.,r at an'y pait of the Island on appli- GKNLriEMEN le.ilnriiiz !1, \i'{ E \-i", Li;NL .
cation tu iH-.ON.S and I. I?,l ERS.
'. W. PEWTiE i frnin ..iiatanyhour. -
. .pen, er 2. I, -'1 .--~u Reid Stienu Ilmuilt i,, .
...... .. ... ...... ..-.- -: _.L_ __ ._. .. -_- T .... 1-i ,laf o > ( ... t

i -,' I t.10 0 .
For Rent, m C I L U-
E- ...1;. .'1- V e.: f iI U ,|
.. O, '.ll ,,l.r ,-
AE... 1 -,niEL'S TOILET \ I'f ;\l, a pleasant
In the Tu.'\1 n of Hamilton. ionic and Id.. li .- .ij, l t th.. I'ilvi mid
Possession given lIth of AU,-,it. ,u:tl, a ro ilv ten and torWtuowv a .. iI ,.,
A pply. .. to .i- i d l rvil,-ill tluni~ iil.. i! I' i ,valt iabie. '
Apply to Ol> sl .'L'S Ci Li.i 'FTED LAVENDEiR
.... F.-. 11OTYERI. IV ATER. I
auniilto'n, July 24, I.R-I. ii81.VMEL'S itl.3L: 1 iLL.ED EA DE
(- .-.;M }
Horses (' a I'i i es and WA'mi. .
... .. ....... il .iM .- 'S JOCK Y CLUBr "a d h fra.
S ts ior l ire. gr,,,,stn i .i 1... ..
I ; L. i L' l.1.111: JLICE am d GLYi LlIiNE,
"- gives the hair a beautiful :,!o- .td iinpa IT I ul
S ". ; agreeibie coolness to the head.
i n SOAP TILIA, i NIu)VN I% IN D.S0t, IHtI, ',
H1EL 1.1-1S it's i-i'ot'1 Ctr''e AL.MOND, LETTUCE, COAL-TA'I, aid whl
on by THOMA.S HARVEY will on, ac- Toilet 8oaps in bars or cakes.
count of his r..-: nt p-rsonal iujIury, be at RIM Nt:L'S, VI.LVE1'hNI:, VIOLET, RICE,
p-esvat conildLt..d L.y R boxes, barrels sand I i .-I .
EDWA1A'D J. LtDI ITBOURN. LM1.MEL'S AW. 0,:.rNTINE, cleans, whitens
iand preserves the teeth, rciwresles. the mouth, and
church Street, Hamilton, sweetens the be h. .
September 9th, l.-1.'. 2ARIMLL'S; A.ROMA''IC OZONIZI:It, orNa-
; ;f,. ---,' .:tural Air viuriti r,,,a !iairinul Powvder I'. l ,h ,
imS! ORDERS in the above line ie iL.uilhy and rf' esling emanations ofthl 1 ie
left with either LilunTBourN or HARVEY will iand d LEacral pis foree-'. ,
nm et v, itl prompt attention. E. it l l 11 L I trlu i s' by aplpoiutl enl It o 1I*t. ,l
... g so l n H. princess of lsiVes, 'o,-is rid, London and 17
PIANUS and urgaus sold ontuhe lustalmen u.,l ur,, Jdes taliens, Paris.
S Plan at E. T. Child'. Aia:. 29, 1877. '


A Useful, Rouv. -V;u'nishe'l two wli',:le.-'
hIislh C :T-iin rgooid upii.
AL. ),
A Bayv
Ph r

iQui t in t ir, San.ll- 'nd Liarne..
For further 1,..t_'l:u r.s :1;iity to
/ T T lgo', hr ,idh Rlme,
l ec' t..
.-tw ,.n 1 and.l I.
S, ptr. 19, 1882.

Thie Liverpool & London.
ance (Company.
rJiiHE UindersiniLzd having been appoinitel]
1 A A'.nts in l B-renidu f,:,r l!. above Com-

jb -

-- -_ .- L- ;.. ,' ......-- -_ "i "I -. u t"Ii temIV. ,
cay, o.E. .;.t ,C...Rken t o l ,, andd PERso .,
.r.illo u ih- i.
"T-r r ..... NO .iEDI'NE IS T ,-:.EESSAP Y. .,,EEs. nfi no (a n i E for 'Poliies.
SI.. i....l"J Tns wonderful discovery in the 3.licati.a of N. A, BUTTE, FIEL)
Uhiie _I -a 8T Electricity e!.i')-ils t'? .?iiftoir to) ivr e "irn--- ? 5
U i l s .',' o s, tif ttenl ion ;o ,i.s on Cas.' il lccordanc ii.h i a ilton, Spter berth, 1850,
___Nature's laws. The be?!t acts by aidi of II l.'eat.
'. .. -; 1 t. u,,. and moisture of th. boy r.u.l evolve caIont in on 101110 Val of Rlarber1i0-
CA tI A' *r T Wcurrenis that infuse Lthe vysie'a wih the vil:llzig -
CA V. .1 YO K element until the disease is ov r.n, ini re- i.Establishiment
I. rtV -"-. YOi cupe'atlive process established. From Queen to Front Street, Up.
,', .V '5 -. 3.. .- -, 'lTb Electio-Magnetie Cui rat, as tvrol r .d iy Dr. j'rs Ove'r o. 47.
W -.' SN Tue.. 1.7. l t ", p.m. Bry-n'ssaFpliance..stru-agithers Ithe nervous r ,S tem -. '
AL i 7, ee f..,re to the brain and diige.p-,,i function, re- i-HiE ndersi- in thakin
W Y ilNVi i' i-, at ; )I p.,,,. store lost or impaired power of boily or ,nind, the Public iand the i nurlhpitannt. ,ow, eial
It 1lZ"N.. N. 31, at '-00 a.m. whether arising from arts of imprudlence, sikaess for hiie lhberd tihe hav tne i utde
ABY.-'-INIA NCn, 7, at 2'00 p.m. or old age. to1 ards hin,, hope [,y6 et a tIention to Bus
W!-.(..1\ 14, at 7*00 a.m' ness at his N I, 'k' P |LIS illnIENTFro
ALASKA '' 21, at 1-3n.> p-.n Illut rated PampIlel', iing all particular sent, Sree:, :U.-tai, over No. 47, to meri a
Above e epresly on nlictin. Orders received uttough nay re- ti tan-e of same. to c-
theT e, above . .'s areuII. lexpresIsly-. f i opou, lble Commission i1-.,u.-, and ill orderiti s.endl FR D
the Ta'pde, have -' c..:L W1iIu. i dlkhi,.l: :.ntl FREDERICK J. JAMES.
car.ry. ,.i iell ,' ',."..?. -' -. urmi, eh i m :'t. w measure round the waist .id i late the nature of the ault,,] Jtit I -.M ES.
Si, -, "'te.,i.'" Accommodationsare un ,- Coiiiil tini, and a sritrui appliance will be ..o'-t t.o
: ;.-- ;. '- LA l.' lantic Steam ers, and the qrder. Address: -. i ii-
S0 t a r .'.. .i deck .pi ii.. into the ELEf.'TIC' APPLTANE CO., I Jl1 i r s8 l en y,
':,.-s.n; thus -. ':' that great < :.,a'.L -' ;Y ."' T I T I O it S
or .a,: I ,., .* .... ,': and l;Ua! t. / 1. : YO g ', ,no. I I I
-l*.o i'..', ti h*: and Siaio on S'pp ln Corninssion Agoent
each :-toim ,.. ) Queen Sirrer, I
I h. U. S. ,ii Steamer ,in,,e.-" from ;.T B LR1UD. .
P ei.j .1.(l.,, I! :l;.! -, :,ieri!!,:iiMt- :i; Ni'n t-Kh A T1T oiise d Pi. it s lioU A
York .: : .o,,,., a,.. '.'-, .cii.,r iu: ,,n,:t. A .ouse a d Lot, ltuo iven tu c.n iieuts.
.. _... h. ', ... .ne. .A.- E
be transferred ,irCl ithe Li'.,p,.iol saajtiur In the Town of iL Oiltona.-, r-j- ucelhio %.'.s nad Fridays.

SILLI-AS, y ,',, C Oi.i N Lime! Lime! Lm!
....." PIAgen For Particular:; ple.. apply to e.uime!!Lime
a. .,.. ,.,,,Y,,..k. D. DARRELL, ESQ. -- ,
Ne.w Yurk, .eiib. ., ,..,. Hamilton, Novr. '.2, 1881. I.i bul It with Cedar Wood

Real Estate in
Par-ilsh for

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.' ..i R I
.oi-'ior .) ."i'_l J,; ,. Slt .,
Bel't .n M.:-.'ioal ifioll :-i ,i tih. 'Gazettt' ffic
tLa !iiilton i l-. "1ii .', rL of ;ll kin"'.I- (f era-
ted fP ,v-ra';-e., L)':u!.1, S .'d Y'atetr, Lomon-
,ade-, B.-lfast Ginr.' A'", Quinine 'ouic Water-
b i, gn 'i-i,. *.. ..:. of ior q-lnAl-
ity, t..laI Wtir iiJ : -lD..u Water inuSyphons.
FPri. as 1.. w a- ; Iny ,it: estabilshmenlt.
Sp'.,.ial T large C',.'iiihers. .
Aug ist I'?, i -2.-3m.

S 4 Front Stre1et, ) 0'
Are ready to take Orders for Gent's
SWhite Dress Shirts
t'US re ukri zn] Fit : ranhl.'.
S AI .O,
A. L'ii -"," i:-.m :!,?h[ 'r

,llil; .! i "* ... .. 1, h ;., 1.
," ;A. ;,.1 e ,, j fit ,! .' to
J. ;. McNEILL, & CO.
IhIdi i 0lo g, ln vst .:1, !':*..'. '

I o ice.*

TpO iuiev..nt any micri]nstruetion obtaininga
throug-h lmy aiV.l\'i:rt iiit-L it in refirt'.ate to
Bills outstiuding- t.r -' haid from my
Store., I d iLe it a-.lrialto t i State- d t-finitelv
that thi:. sname has no ri't-rt-ne directly or in-
dire,:tly to liy y i.,r.'son xi ic-t thi_-: owiung for
R. s. 1. PTTERDEX.

lI riii]l "n, AugutL 2i.t. I 882.

14th August, Id'2. .



Dr, Bryan's Eleciric iell--.

!i 'P .l:lJlI| t, Ali as

DB0 ills Exctllrncyi T.
L. G .4 L L P E lRt.E.,Gov.
erioi, ,,ld Clommailer-irt-Chief,

A Dwelling'
-" '< .4 --

Ain' Parccl o" ..' ., ,-.)
t, iin. Thri- A, .tS W'' RodA,3 and Ten
P 1.r, ,:-, i ,., ,..r 1.. s :., iu I ilt,:! Pau'ti.h.
B':'uL',l-d E,.st_.-rly lby L.ui',lj mi thi? W i,.l.:,v of
the late Anth.iny ."n au,-l Tiott. Southerly,
on ti.. S..:'. W:ti-'rly. by Lanmdi 01, Ri, b-rt
P, -nitin, and No,'thierly on a Proud or Salt
Wi't r Lakld., ,.-omuonly known as North's
P -11.i." The Land is intersecvt'.'1 by the new
Military Roa.i, which runs quite neai the
Dwelling Houet. Price m-ioderate. Apply
(.i3rly toi

- ..'... lie ". ili I ro 1 1:1 tle

of London,
Chror.c Nerrous Dieae., Nervou Debiliy, Phy- One ofthio 'ablii,.! anid Wealthies
sical Prostration, Brain Tronibl Par!)u ysip, I -c., in ;reat iritain.
Spinal CompiLints, Lung Dis,,rders, Imput.'-cy, Through ;hie I R 4NCli OF'FWi itn h1 o
Liver Complaitie, F,-s pi,. Rheumi.,ism It-lnds, a atirg is eflCelel to the Insured
H-:,'lchesh Female :' Iint Priemnture De. f rthe .'tusnp, Dulu,11. a' v;'rvu -con,. i;....i :. -


For Sale or Hire.
A Superior Hl -: Donkey p-ri'ect-
ly IIarmnless an1 Qtietif.
VWith a new style
Carriage and Iarness.
The same would suit a Lady or Invalid.
Terms BM.u-lrate.
Please apply to
Uaminilton, Septembtr 5, 1$2.

I lil?


For Sale,
At "Royal Gazelt.i S.taionery or',
lennrie's Petrde>h.,, n t. 'n e. :ps.
,TILVER W't'itsro, 60/ to Gold
0- Waitche., from 5 to 20. at Child's. All
Warrauted. .
JW;'zS!>At.<' L \. -L^;% .

a & E, ,T'
oelebra ,tii r n-,,.i, ia ., ,I!!. past, ia of
th velrrv be! IIuglI.1u hil I M 'l .l FO if
Spuarity ;i id -r i: ex-' l : I t i % t.jd %btaiau d
the ftllo ",oK i r
London., 18'2. Paris. lstu7. C'urdova, 1872.
Lim.',l':2. V1 ,.isa. 14: Phila.-.liphia.1876.
V13i.1, 001O. t.n iAL BOUQUtT,
lnd andll tbr -,.1:n. f nt, ii tl i qalllym only.

is Btrongly r,''wni.u-iied, L,..wg ,.,r lau,al- g
and Itiara.t th-in hu LOU1ninii kad. 4
celebrated for so many year, ooutinuas to be
made as heretofore It is strongly Perfurned,
and will be found very durablI in u e-
a tnew ad indlspernstablt Tn..:-, ace.omliI- l.
meut, and m'.t refr siug Perfau, fur the
Hau-i koerchlci,
and other SpecipatlesanI gIeiidirl arulies of
Perfumery may .be obtained of all dealers
S throughout the World, and of the mann.
.4. & E. ATKINSON,
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Priest Lilt Free on dpplicaoii.
CS OAUTION,.-Pturcehaers ar, cauu'-acd to a.,I.d
' CMAtet by obierP'tR that en.'b ariLCir uL
Slabeird i.,,ih Ie turni. 'rade I:ark, u ** H UAwLe
Rose" Tn GoldeSn L-yre.
.Irc [ESTABUSHED 1789. '

.riall ii1, e.i hoe purehaed at tVie Kiln
in this onn from one i,,,nsej Io 25 1t 9d.;
for all orders over 2:5, se"il brr.-eets cant
be made. .
On applieatiion at "'i,'al Gazette" Office.

r-ras ni- l. lnti Ior L' delivery to any part
of the llani ,.Jn .., be siiade.

Iorses, Carriages and
Carts for Hire.
The indlI .',eI ha ving a fit out in the above
Lint-- tali ig Ctoi'hil'ri:tablet, Ilorses Quitt and
LDr,,-r, tt;.dy, respetel'tl:y soli, its a Share of
,the i cilic i':irotigagr.,
Near die itt.tor\., Paget.
Julv 24, i.-Q-f m ;

= .... 8. .. ? i e ...., .

10 1 6 9 5 s:2 35 54 Jamaica Mail due
11 e 6 9 5 2i 29 6 42
12 Th 6 0 5 o 7 so0
13 Fi 6 1 5 19 I 8 18 Trsa. K. Edw.
14 i at 125 I 9 6

16 V Olt 14 5 16 4,00 42
New Muou 1 day, I Lour. 4. miuutes, a.m.

',i uj- ,. .
- I ,
T ,l r Ei. it .- :- .-il s, isc., will bis e

pliuted i t ih- shortest notice -Agents
St. Geori't,& lur th i-in':f; Ga :chle' A]essrs.
iGEORGE iOYLE 5 S 1 rWest End, Water

F'ice Admnrtrl and OrdLinari, in
anud river thesis. liandis, "ec., 4c.,
TVlIPE I ..-, ,oEiN :M N VTHANI l-:, V'.N-
'i .. IGHT ha pl)a3ed f.,r Admihiislr.
tion on iIte I 'sI olJ i S \V'ILI.AI MeI
EVWiN, late ,,f Penhmio!,:o I'arii i in Ilieso Is-
laniS, G-C ileie n dJeeite'L. d.
is i, Iherefor r t) i\ e notice, that ifainy
Pelr"on or Persons call shew any ju.t Ca-use uhy
the said 4.lniiiit.!ralion should not. be granted
.into the said JOHN N VTilANIl L .I AIN.
'V'R-iG iT, ht,, .she, or they, are to file hit, her,
or theii -'aveal in wrniing, in the S'ecreiar-y'
Oflice of these Islands within FPifern days from
lthu publication here,,f, otherwise the said Ad-
ninintralion will be grant d accordingly.
Colonial Secretary.
Dated a he Secretary's Office, )
this I2nd day ofe'( cober, l.~o s.
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Peraor'nil attelsion w eivu Ito Co.mnsi;nmenit of
BIe'mnuda. P Ol;LUi., and the tilling of Belo
Studi.ani orders.
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AT 'FTHE MO Ti 1 .. C!a,n hbe o ,.;.,in ',-- ,-.


Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesd4ay, October 10, 1882.


,Afto, Sept. 30.-Many of the natives go about
the city shvjulrinL.' with -,hight Onv r the explosions
here on Thurnday and cryi,, TLi iri the people's
'onfire, lit by th'e people in honor of the Kl.,edive's
infidel friends.
The court martial commence work to-day. Sir
Charles Wilson will watch the cases to be tried on
behalf of Great Britain.
The Guards will start for England on Octr, 30.
Railway traffic between Cairo and Alexandria is
now comnl.-t,:-ly re-established. The momentary
une.,sirinc-s ,-eatel by the fire at the a:tiu-n has
The.Khedive has conferred the Grand Cross of
the Order of Osmanich upon Admiral Seymour.
A grand vi :w ,.,f the British troops was held
this afternoon in the- square before the Abidin Pa-
lace, in the centre of the city, where the troops as-
sembled after marching through the streets. The
Khedive and his ministers and a large number of
notables were present The streets were crowded
with natives. The Indian contingent and the
Naval Bi'igade were warmly applauded in the
march past, which commenced at 4 o'clock and
finished at 5*3.5. The strength of the force evi-
dently made a great impression upon the Egyp-
Riotous Mussulmnan Demonstration--The B3riish
Army of Occupation in *, ,'.-ALIXAmDR'IA, Octr.
8.-While the arrival of the Khedive at Cairo was
being celebrated by illuminations at Asioot 1,000
Mussulmans attacked the Copts and threatened -to
kill all the Christians in the town. The Mudir in-
terfered and quelled the riot.
LoNDoi, Oct 3.-The War Office has arranged
that three battalions of infantry shall remain as a
garrison at Alexandria and nine battalions at Cairo.
besides these forces the Seventh Dri-- .n Ci r.].,
the Nineteeth Hussars and five i tt.-ri.-' .f ,irtilL-ry
will be stationed in various parts of the country

The Army of Occupatiomn-Egyptian Honors to the
E:.f., 5- t._-ganizing the Gendarmerie-The Sultan
CAIRo, Oct. 4.-It seems to be settled that the
brigades of Gen. Wood and Gen. Alison will form
the army of occupation in Egypt. The Governors
of Provinces have been ordered to send to Alexan-
andria all natives suspected of having taken part in
the June massacres.
The Ki h I;v.. has decided to have medals struck
for the British expeditionary force. The Notables
have voted to present swords of honor to Gen.Wol-
seley, Admiral Seymour, and Gen. Drury-Lowe.
The first detachment of the Household Cavalry
started for Alexandria to-day on its way home.
The remainder will follow on Thursday or F, ilav.
The transports Duke of Argyle and Persian 11-,,i-
arch have gone from Port Said to Suez to embark
the Indian troops.
Gen. Wolseley to-day issued a general order
complimenting the British troops engaged in the
Egyptian campaign on their endurance, courage,
gallantry, and good behavior. Th,: '.ri. r says that
the Queen is proud of her soldiers, and Gen. Wol-
seley, in the Queen's name, thanks them for their
valor and discipline.
ALEXANDRIA, Oct. 4. --The organization of the
gendarmerie is proceeding. Several hundred men
have already been enrolled here. Many persons
have been arrested at Damietta. Among the num-
ber is the Chief of the Notables 'here.
CosTANrTINrorPr, Oct. 4.-The Sultan has called
the attention of Lord Dufferin, the British Ambas-
sador, to the effect that the- note of the Porte, in-
quiring when the British troops will leave ', pt
remains unanswered. The Sultan declared that if
Lord Dufferin did not reply he would address him-
self to the powers.
CAIRo, September 25.-Arabi Pasha says the best
thing the could do for E-.,-rpt ~,:,l, be to
send all the Notables and other leading men con-
nected with the rebellion out of the country. If
they do not do so, vengeance will surely be wreak-
ed upon them after their departure.
i.h,:ii.g !rt i.nn,. rin which the British treat their
prisoners and the wounded, Arabi says they are a
great people, and that he is heartily sorry he fought
them. He asserts that be never thought the Eng-
lish would send a .itrm--. army to assist the Khedive,
and so was lead it.-, the war. He denies that he
had any communication with the Sultan during the
Among Arabi Pasha's papers are written offers
of service from French, German and ]tus-i ,,, offi-
cers, which were all declined.
LoroDI, Oct. 5.-A Cairo correspondent tele-
graphs mhat he has good authority for stating that
Arabi Pasha's direct complicity in the June massa-
cres and the pillage of Alexandria will be proved by
documents in the possession of the authorities.

The Court-Martial of the Rebel Leaders-Feeling
Among the Natives Towards the Khedive-The Brnt-
ish Garrison Which is to Remain n Egypt.-CanIo,
Oct. 3.-A separate building is being fitted up for
the reception of the prisoners to be tried by court-
martial, including Arabi Pasha and Toulba Pasha.
The court will sit on the same premises as that in
which the prisoners are confined, in orderto obviate
the necessity of conveying them to and fro.
The lower classes fail to realize the defeat of
Arabi Pasha and the national cause. Among the
commercial section and the middle class a better
feeling prevails. In influential native circles it is
not expected that respect for the Khedive can be
restored. While the arrival of the Khedive here
.was being celebrated by illuminations at Assioot,
a thousand Mussulmans attacked the Cops and
threatened to kill all the Christians in the town.
The Mudir interfered and quelled the riot. A na-
tive watchman at Fort Ada has been flogge.l for
insulting Englishmen.
Gen. Wolseley reviewed the Indian contingent
previous to their departure. Two batteries of artil-
lery have gone from here to Alexandria, on their
way to Europe. Five thousand refugees, mostly
Greeks, have returned to Alexandria. Gen. Wol-
seley will probably-arrive in London on Oct. 23.
The Khedive has conferred the grand cordon of
the Order of Medjidiehon Lieut.-Gen. J. M. Adye
He will decorate the Colonel and other officers of
each British regiment that aided in the suppression
of the rebellion.

LoNDON, Oct. 3.-Mr. Gladstone, replying to an
address presented at the railway station in Pen-
maen-Mawr to-day, referred to the question of pro-
cedure in the House of Commons. He said the
House could never meet the tremendous calls upon
its energies unless it could shake off-all timidity
and fear of cant phrases and set itself resolutely to
the task of bringing procedure into harmony with
the calls upon it. Referring to Egyptian affairs,
Mr. Gladstone said he thanked God for the success
of the British in Egypt; he thanked the army
there and its skillful General The war had proved
that the army was composed of men as brave as
their forefathers ever were. The war had been
carried out from love of peace and on' principles of
peace. In concluding, Mr. Gladstone said he
trusted that E.yp ..,pt ul.1 sir. be prosperous and
happy. His remarks were received with prolonged
CoNSTTANTINOPLE October 1.-There has been a
lively c:,rre.p 1,.-n.:- between the Porte and Lord
Dufferin the British Ambassador, concerning the

t1-.. rer en apgtl .n Turkey for service in connection
with the British xed-itiinti to E.ypt. These lab-
orers are now r-. iirniig frrio Porrt, Said, and it is
re-port:.d that the Porte has tiueatend them with
-xile. L'.rd Dufferin was obliged first to deliv,"r
a not, r,,jii'ast[ni that they be permitted to pass
the Dardanelles. Snt..srquently he senta note com-
pl1 t.inhg that although the steamer on which t y-v
embarked had been permitted to pass the Darden-
bi,., it wai met on its arrival at Constantinople by
a boat.:.:nt'a.nitji armed police, who prevented the
laborers from landing. At 10 o'clock this in.:rmii~'
the v were still ,1-.tatur-.i on the Russian steamer
which brought them out from Er." pt. The Crtpairn
of the P-:.1te and some of the p.i.', authorities went'
on board the :steamer to demand their surrender,
but the captain and the s.ij--trt of thevessel refused
ti give them up. The British Erl,.i.oy .ia- demand-
ed a guaranty for the safety o '..1 ..-:'.'-.1
CoNSTANTrropLr, October 1-- *, ;i...
Latsr:-Lord "D )i;:' ... ',,,.th-,r 1 a second note
to the porte and a compromise' was effected. The
laborers have landed and have been placed under
guard until to-morrow, when they will be released
tti' r i.l--itI!i. ,t,.,: meanwhile they are comfortably
.,J:,-J. '.1., :: lent is now closed.
Sir Garnet Wolsey was accompanied by H.R.H.
the Duke of Connaugh on ertering Cairo. The
escort was composed of a 4....::-. ..f the .''t..
1Guards, a '-n, '-., of the R 1 M i.,u. Light In-
fantry, and a company of the 71st TF .hI' Li.'it
infantry. Honour to who-a honour is due. Th.i
Marines well deserve the compliment.-Army and
V. ." Ga-ette, Sept. 28.
L.rJTiT;NANT CHAnER rGTON--The (d.-p trf ue ...f
the Ruby from Suez Las been postponed mtl illll:trs
in E.z:pt assume a more settled slate. Capt. Foot
returned on board on Sept. 2, from a fruitless search
after Lieut Charrington.
He heard in the desert that a skrmish had taken
place, that shots had been exchanged, and that the
Bedouins got the best of it. But no traces of Lieut
Charrington could be found.-Army # Yr'. Gazette,
Sept 23.
The onrwponnnient of Reuter's T-le-ramT Cmn-
pany .i R,'H ;.. u rli- report of th'. I'.ri Fi'i,,r,
that the Pope had been sliot at was wholly % itrhn-
A dispatch from Paris reports that M. Tirard.
Mi. i-'-r of Finance, has just resolved to alani,a.L,
the convention with the Orleans Ri'lwv.y Com-
pany, on which M. Say's budget for 18S3 was
based, and obtain the funds necessary for extraor-
dinary public works by increasing the fi-..ditig
debt by 200,000,000f. or 300,000,000f., which may
be gradually paid off during five years, or possi-
bly merged in a new loan.
ST. PETERSBUIRG, Oct. 4.-The death of Tian Chu,
leader of the Dunetan ri.l.-li.,t in China, solves a
grave diplomat i. ii.nilts-, as China persistently
demanded his srrr. ndh.r.
The Czar, as an act of clemency, has commuted
the sentence of death of Nagormy and Jewsejeff,
political criminals,- to hard labor in the mines for
an indefinite period.
Pressburg is to remain under martial law for one
month, on account of the anti-Jewish riots.
PAiTs, Oct. 4.-Gen. Billot, Minister of War, on
behalf of President Grevy, has congratulated Gen.
Chanzy on the success of the late military
President Grevy to-day delivered the baretta to
Mgr. Czacki, the Papal Niun i. here, who was re-
cently created a Cardinal. M. Grevy ..-onur itulatr-al
Cardinal Cz oiki on the (.m', i! it'iry spirit shown
by him in the performance of the 'luti,:. of his
M. Arthur Meyer, of the Gaulois, and M. Gaston
Dreyfus fought a duel with swords to-day. M.
'. yr 'e,. wounded on the cheek and hand.
It is believed that the Freu. h fl ..ating debt will
be increased by two or three hundred million francs
in order to obtain the funds necessary for extraor-
dinary public works.
MADRID, October 4.-The Minister of Marine has
drafted a bill for presentation to the Cortes, provid-
i .'* for a grant of :.i.i00 irnt p .setL, to increase
Sh', Spanish naval forces.
Lorn)ox, I t .l.2:'r 4.-It. .. .' i1-ll announced
that General k.-...-y and Admiral Seymour will
be raised to thepeeragein .'akAno..vl.'dr]tment. of their
re--. ur ..liitio~ .'i.- .:. servi .:e~ iu Ez'ypt.
LONDON, September 26.-The Times Berlin corres-.
pondent foreshadows a closer conviction between
ia:.i-ii.I and Germany in regard to the Eastern

DUBLIN, Oct. 4.-The weapons used by the mur-
derers of Lord Frederick Cavendish and Under Se-
cretary Burke were found concealed in the rafters
of a stable in the rear of a house belonging to a
man who was recently sentenced to penal servitude
for intimidating Mrs. Kenny, the widow of the
man murdered in Seville-place because he was sus-
pected of having given information n.'ie ni g th,-,
murders, It is alleged that Kenny was the driver
of the ear on which the assassins rode on the night
of the murder. The weapons found were four
knives, nine inches long, with blades three-quarters
of an inch wide. They 'tr' ,ilit u. w and very
sharp, and are evidently .-r.-i.: ,I li-s .lir-tu knives.
There were discolorations on them, which on chemi-
cal analysis proved to have been made by human
blood. It is hoped that the murderers will yet be
captured. Meanwhile the authorities observe the
strictest secrecy.
At a meeting of the Directors of the Irish Exhi-
bition Company the report of the special committee
was read, recommending that the present builli"g
shall remain standing another year, and that a
series of class exhibitions be arranged, similar to
those held at the Agricultural Hall in London.
The committee also advises the holding of exhibi-
tions in various places of Eu.lau.l and the Uuited
States during 1883, with a view to popularizing
Irish mantifactures, and also urge the formatijn of
a new association to assist manufacturers. It was
decided that this report should be published in
order to elicit public opinion on the matter, pend-
ing a special meeting to be held on Oct. 11.
Three boys witnessed the murder of Thomas
Browne, the farmer who was shot dead in Castle
Island yesterday. The inquest in the case was held
to-day, and the jury returned an open verdict.

CLoNBur Opt. 4.-Patrick Hi-ggins has been ar-
rested in connection with' the murder of the Hud-
dys at Lough Mask. He was conveyed to Cong
under a heavy escort.
October 3.-The police here now believe that the
murderers of Lord Frederick Cavendish and Under
Secretary Burke numbered ten, and that they are
still in Ireland; but that, unless the aid of an in-
former can be secured, the crime cannot be brought
home to the guilty persons. The weapons used in
the commission of the murders were found some
weeks ago.
T.'-, n w agrarian murders in Ireland are re-
ported-that of Thomas Browvne, a farmer residing
in Castle Island, County Kerry, ani of a farmer
named Hunt, near Boyle, County Roscommon.

Admiral Seymour and General Wols,:l-y are to
be raised to the British p.:-..-ri-ta <. account of their
services in Egypt.- Tiaa Khedi've has decorated

Sir Edward Mali-t.- A wil.-p:C-a-.l .enpiracy
is Raid toThar, h,? )n dii,.,ve*-red in Ircland.
Our Cairo, rrresp.ind.,,it war in Egvypt,
giving vali',ble inform:itin. gather, d fr, the
natir've ,lie.f. whi.-h explaiiis the plans of the Arab
'le.adr, Iluiir-Z the tcainp.slia -o- Th- Italian lieu-
t n ait wh lo ,rerted to, *r.'re .wi'h tie Egyptians
h is 'lcen cn,.demraeti to two vwats iinpriesointrnt.
(_'.,,mande-r R'w-,on. w.lih was vw.iudiel at. died oi tie :-th.- T;e'T.L.u.i. in
Times, in an article on th .'. iz' C'i.ral. tys that.
Englai:d .'a-,.'a t all..,w the ,i,- C(A'n-.dI Coup-isn' tol
arrogate to itself such extenir-v. 'i'' r.- :1. it cli.n--.
-- The ambassadors at C.'n-tantin.:.ple exprr-r,
confident e in the pr.Iiy of En.;laiid with r..aitd to
Egypt ---The Czar is said to have visited Moscow,
in order to view the i:,--i .. ,xci.iti..i in that ':;t ,
-----A. conspiracy to Kill t:i'.. Enip.:r ir of Austria
has been discovered i n V.: ri -.. -- The lsrt ,of the
suspects have been r, lea-.'i .1 f,.. Kiln Jinit oJail.
Dr. Pnu-,.- wai- buri..-l r.' O'f-rd.-- Twomen
who were implicated ini ti '.. -r, .t,.- taurf fr.'-a ds in
En-.lanl t.ave been relet-, -i -fIer- unt.'r., ii: half
thLi:r ;ei-t':it. of ten yp-.,n i ,-pri'.,rt:n.-It.
A grrni,.1n -..ti ,n vwas ,',rl .' hI Id i:n the
C' h ,-. h Pala e, ;r i 'air-, 'Vy i 1." Kh-di,' 'f '.:Fpt.
-Sir Garn,'t W,,Isaley is to receive the mroand
cordon of th,:- Order of t1h-: -manli.----A ,,'il -
f- ti.,i has been attacked by Arads nere Kair-
ouan.- Greece has been ceded the whole frontier
lis, .1 by the International Commission.
It is said that the ErTar!, ,r and Empress of Rus-
sia were secretly *: roi ,.i .1i.. i'., t.'t,. i:- visit to Mos-
cow to see the t xl.ihi:i. -- -t".]-i i officials are
taking -..u .Ii,.g, of the mouth of the Danube and
the International Commission has remonstrated.,

C~wr-L.-The Race Course is now open for the
Jockeys to practice their steeds, and it is well at-
tended of an afternoon. Dr. S. A. Smith has
1,i..,'.I:l. f:-..,i N.-v York a $600 horse which he in-
.1ul [L, ini4on th turf this s- .: i.l. if pos-
sible take the conceit out of .' ri.:iit."
BAD RoxAs. --Th.... has been', great complaints
thr'..:" ,i' ..;nut f : months past, of the un-
ritL-'.. .f !', r.,.i r ,.i .:y ur it,. ]-; 1 -.Lu,
n.:it w% ti ,,', ir ,?. :' :; I ,y 1 ,. L ,-

i u 1 : t i :. l 1 t .! .I, i i ,.. t
ii ,p ,-" .i-; i !i 1 i :.u i;
...- b .. ,-r. i ri t -. that he in-
tended sending hi :, I. 1 tr'. !-: ..- i. mmissioners
for numerous repairs made to his carriage, ., u
solely by the bad state of the i ,.,'L..
Towx or HAMILToN.-The roads and streets of
the Town are also bad;-the front street in par-
ticular; it having deep trenches running across it,
I n .-. several carriages to come to grief, in break-
in.- f springs, &c.
THE SALT T-rr.Fr tn. l ,*.1-' 'I ,:-.iput inorder, and
I am sure i,. y ',: .. !1 i! TI- ,. is a large amount
of travel on these roads, and it is on the increase.
They willl iye rfro1tly used by visitors, after we get
our w.-ll--itt.l .st,.a Launch running on the
Ferry, with the many <.tl-, t i. -.' conveniences,
such ir:. !..!i... stables near the landing, &c., which
doubtless would tend to induce more travel. A
large portion of the cross road leading South of
Mr. W. P. N-..-.i' premises is being cut down,
thereby making it more useful.
"Si GEor'- S";'-..*. [TT.. -While .il :. t.V ..: one
of the spars t f miu- the t -1.r.:- -,.1] -in *,hogs-
head, .-.nt iihiin.i "*.'iz i 1. .',.i,. 1 .c -, then
l,i- ti,.-':'. '-rr, int.. th-.. se. A diver soon went
down 'i hIt -.viic :.,t hl-..l the hooks to the hogs-'
head, it "v,'L- >Irtii. iy i'p '- F ain ; it cannot however
be worth iiit'hI, after suah an emersion in water.
I understand : It C -. oration will have to foot the
bill of loss for using such a defective spar.
OLD H'LK_.-W-Vhy not our Legislature pass a
Jlaw [,r..iiitn' ... more HIuik 1.-!in; ,, ..i..'i it i, -
to our Ifri, nr ;.. I-. broken up, and i i.- hli,..:
that are now here. removed or I.-- r d.'y. P? They are
certainly not ornamental to our Harbour; they not
only make a .bad ill'~r.._ *., but in a sanitary
point of view they -,r. f-r- tr',in desirable.
WIIITE'S T-._'_r:, could be made very ,.--.1 .1 1
ornamental t.:. .rur 'T..' nn, instead of an eyesore as
at present. As it is owned .by t,- t.'.l.p..r.'.i.., |
why not make it useful and attractive? I IhLvO
heard it spoken by many experienced, visitors;
why not have a b thiu..' establishment near the
Town? White's h.lm'l would make a .' t-*itl
place for the ipup.-'- jist fr.. i..:, from Town
to be private at- :ilfor'l a. nice row which ,t 11.-
beneficialto invalids. In flb. '. n ,. vi ii
they have to -. to the Nt1,. l, .". which is too
far. Th.- 1-1.,.1l could be fBir.1 .l r. tI..t ti- ..- ....
at a very little expense. It r.-'irn'. ,. '." t, .*t
all i. t. 1 .- -t. -. and nrll 2 '2 .- roads over
t'1.. it ir r tr. i.t.l [.1 'it a pfoilly number of
-.l ,-' tr -. i h ., r'-I. .'' India, &c., and have
-1, i. i -..'t., &c. The i-nildintg now there could
be fitted up for the K r. '..: -irith reception
r.., ,. ; f.,i. i itors. .\ !" of small bathing
r., .., 1.ilt ...f stone, .I-ru .f. about 4 by 6 by 6,
and having a number together they could be built
very cheaply. They should be 1 lilt. on the South
side of the Island, on the :h- l- of the seaside road.
In many pla thl r.. i. 1.-'. water, where could
be erected si in... l.ia':. projecting over the
water: each room to be furnished with a bathing
dress, and the bathers would pay a remunerative
price, as is customary :"':- h.-r countries. Our own
p-,-'.l would patronise this establishment as well
as visitors. If our Corporation would spend a few
hundred pounds of the money it'y have .,i-.v vint,
idle, it would rent well and be more ch it ,i..- t r
our Tr...n.
A T.:':.. ,. r.i:. .-We cannot find a more suit-
able spot than White's Island for this general want.
It would benefit all pI &: ., t ..r.. ,' ci :.' our farm-
ers, when coming to ['T.'n *.1 '.h tL ,r,)'ps.

From the New Yorik herald, October. 1
Judge Dixon, of New Jersey, in a recent charge
to the Grand Jury at Paterson, called their atten-
tion to the case of a mrn employed at the p -t
house, near thlr .:ity, a: .ir-.- t. .- in ll[..x i i'
and who, "having the '.:ri.- .t thi.- i 'tIi ii- 1-
ease about him, went i.. ':1 I'.- to his family
v...uimmnii.-.;tin' the disease to his '"ill..., one of
wt.:im di"ed." Hereupon the Judge says:-" If a
man, conscious that he carries about with him,

the germs of a unt:,A'itus- disease, recklessly ex-.
poses the h-ealth .n.l th. lives of others, he is a
publ;.: nuisance and a criminal, and may be held
answerable for the result of his conduct. If death
r,,:-..ur. thr.ji'.rhli hi- r.-.kl- f.r manlului.'ht,-r. It i' held th it where a person
knowingly a.,mrmunti,.-l'- a contagious disease to
another and .l'ea-th r 1 1lt., the crime is that of man-
slaughter." And.the Judge-instructed the jury
that the pesthouse nurse might be indicted for that
crime if they found that there had been such
criminal negligence in his acts. And he add-
ed :--"The man may be indicted also for spread-
ing the disease lby conscious exposure of others by his presence in puilih.' pi.'.-s, si.-th '-,'.
the streets, in halls, &c. He mtiiL-ht le iuLi.:t,:.1 as
a public nuisance for endangering the paul'. h-:i-lth
in this way even if no consequences had followed.
T,i. I-iw provides some penalty for such off.-,r-.-"
against the public safety."

E tir SpE ni.: r, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, arrived
in L .. l..- tl.-.i v'. This is the first visit he has
here mada since the Phoenix Park murders.

Under the an.:.v. title tlh H '-e -J.r,,, ..f He-
rald, of 21,t S-pt-mb-r Tnl'.0.!b.. n uarti. 1- fur-
uih-.,l 1by l i writer rmip i ily r'--il..nt among us.
A : it i. :lw ,\.. iio'r-r ir n ri' -.,nwtimes edtift i.,
to -i-.- lratr tr.sngers say of us,we publish extracts
from f rtir-i f..r the information of home readers.
T h.-. v. t:h:r <.y : .
TI, ['- t'-re, seem to have awakened from a ir.rng
slep. Potato seed, of which they use an immense
,,.nilitl. has from time immemorial been inr,-rted
from the United -at-.s From four to five .5,ll.u a
barrel have, the past few years, been paid fIr .-.,1.
which I fa'..". ..uld be supplied from Nova ,-':.1 Ai at
very :iu.: I .--- prices. People seem gli -I to the
?iii ,ll- ..T.,n .;t r- PIrl' i., Nova -.'.i potatoes
yield better in Bermuda when inip-i-i..l tlir.,hIt New,
York .Merchants. There is evidently a field here for
the enterprise of some of the principal potato farmers
or grangers. The clubs have already di....)'ered thal
onion seed can be imported about 120 p'r cen'it. I'..a;
than when purchased in the old i n,.-h.nArl way.
.. .
The Colonial Legislature is enjoying iti last se.-
&ion previous to a general election. par-
liaments are elected here. It is m.- ..,*t i ,t early
I ,:; -i.n h i .k toward iI.- i. i .- ih t,: f 4 the par-
liamentary term, Among '1.' ,itt. r.. i.:...r' the sit-
ting ofth' 1.1.' 1 ,.re the ( '. ,,: '1l.'" and the
"Grave YT r.'" :-"ii o ; the former seeking the aboli-
tion of State aid to certain ,',.- ,* .. ..'l I: 'tr a
petition from the non conformist ti,''.1-ir-. I-o, i :-''t in
the Islands, ,I1,' i ii equal bur: i r..' ; . lh ..!.v -
copalians. Boeh were thrown out t7 ,1 ., f7 -.. -,..
tance of the Episcopal ;i .' ti -t if -,ll t'.-' p ;,.t ill i.
dissenting clergymen i. ip..l;i hi.-I from performing
a service over their or.' .'.,l in 11,' pib'. :r'
of the colony. One 1 .' :i :i .. ir ain r ...t- ihatt
very ordinary parli',. *,Ri'iy n .'ilty Thi, .i-t. ltra
exhibit a narrowness :ti,, i in im -x ',- n.:.. T1;i -,'1 k-
ers '..-i to thle 't.n '' .,'. I-'.,tl li ** r-.:. 0,.' politi-
cal but religious. .'. ... is ;..'"', .-: i.,.*,. He has
little penetration who cannot discern :i .') ofti.'- most
.obnoxious features of a State Church.

The rise of the coloured race in these islands is
very remarkable. Every department of life, profes-
s : :,', ! ..'I,, *'r.,l ii..!- ,.l | l.,i. ,- l i." n i r,.'u 4 rid, 'i.
ently fill.. i .;ai i 'I r. r i all '... thn.'- ., t
re p o(t !' r ,,". .,."I"-r .. ilit ir r :. n rt til '.tlatd.'

and fit them for I.. -.i io and honourable employment.
i h .. I :,., .i.o i-'..'i. i the, "sun baskers,'
but to il..,- i .II.u i I.' As one drives along
th-' hii-zhwr he ..',.- rr. .. ,' i. .- l 'r.- 1.1.! after
fi lh-'ii .-. 1. l utifil ri vision n o .- l sand oc-
cupied by .,I-li ..iI I! j!iters, whose parents toiled
there as slaves."
If the writer of the above remarks had written
Parish (. L'..l h.u.i instead of "Pil-li,. r.tvc-
v: ic.1." his readers in Nova s. , w-,uilitd ... 'iniulyv
have had ia tt. r -i].. :L-t tu.ling of th.- -que.ti..,n at
issue. But no doubt he used the phrase Vwhi.. b ,. rve.l1
his ai .*I'[ ..- best. But can he or any of our readers,
inform us when, and by whom, any Bill has been
introduced during the present Session of the Legis-
lature "for thi- :1.iJlii:,in ..f State aid to certain
('-.'- ,. : It ti r lie- li we have heard of it.
A 1 .._.. 1 ** -it ,: aid to certain C(l'-ti y, ,i-u,'" hon-
* :5 represent a law which grants equal aid to all
denominations without t' t ,t,'it, or at least with
a solitary exception in favour of the Pt. .-..~i',t 'ti'.nl,
for special reasons, if that exception ill exi ,-t. '
'., i 1 u ought to be extremely obliged to
those enlightened men from the provinces who are
so kindly endeavoring to persuade them how much
*1 -- behind the 1o,*.11,.*'. ofth-o e 9s ex-
I..1. in such advanced countries in C' It, re-
markable as itis t' 1.'-" .:1 -in hip, ,.it poli-
tical inr ;,'-. But, doubt' ;c I.- ,i .i *t.:., t- 1i th "-r
education, they find it ,i : 1. difficult at times to
understand how it is that th ir .''il.l.- in. tia, t .-i,
or censors, so seldom think it 'v..ri h whil- t., .i.:
the facts '. :'I nt 1y ,.a.which llt..y bare their con-
clusions :in 1 ,--,- 7 'i.
If it be tra, th ,i i. l.i.,n i t p *,ti.:"' here, to
whom are L'.- rw--iin ii: t'.t 1 for that unhii'
circumstance ?-to their own countrymen or to
strangers ?
It may be said that politics are apt to stagnate
without agitation. Let it be granted-but then
let not those create the :,i, -t., who irn i. li:'.,ri
into ...,hi. cast the reproach of that result on
their more quietly disposed neighbour.

Imported for a Society.

12 Vri'y i'i>.e Black Broad Cloth

F ro0k OC ts,
iWarranted w.ell-m i .I,, latest Ruglih style, and
the best i, tkzb town.




The above were impr-rted by special order, but
the parties that gave the order now say that
they want M .r;in. GCoats, ,, !-"r .r! Coats-
hence we decide to Clear Out the sar'e at a
Bargain, in the *t-':t ten days, if not solid by that
,ime they .. be reshipped.
The CL : .. ,..
E i' mpoiiui ', 47 i*ront t tr'ei.
Jume 27, 18 *2,

LL the latest -.. i, in Plated Ware as
A -v..- as necessary articles at Childs. Call
.nI "' ee.


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Ev,'- L, wt it, but vcry few w.t it
because most '..p,,le do not kno v ho w to
select uil*. r it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or maki,~ ;. To obviate those iffieul-
ti, iL. been our Thurber's pa.k-
ri* ..U...:-: are selected by an expert, who
ind,:-rstands the art of blenhiiug various
flavors. They are roasted in the most
p-rf',-t mann.rr (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put int
pound (*.lgs (in the, ,iof jr,,u?.d.j
r,.-tri. ut iniriaire as a guar:n t,-e of
,-,.. 1 i,-". ;and each package :mit ithbe
i .rbi, r,:is.; :: for kmhting good CIff-:-. We
packtwo kinds, Thurber's *" No. I;," strong
n 1 iiun..-.-it : Thurber's No.I. tI." ild
,;i; ri,-.t. (!,:t.- or the other will suit every
taste. They Lave the three great points,
good .,,;''./7.:. honest q u,,i!'y, r,....Y.tide
price. Ask l -, Gro..'., r ur I'iirl'.r's
roasted f'..'i'.. in pound packages, A':Y. 34"
or N.V. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your own palate will t,:.ll yo t
what is best.
W'he,. .,rr -.n. .i -sire it. wI. also furLni.-'
the I./.. .,t.' -i.."ot, the simplest, best
and *,: .:,p... '.-.ff -p..' in existence.
Grocers who sell our C.-ff. .. keep them. f'.r i ilitiv- circular.
1: ..... t haily. &c.,
Ii. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, ih .1 l.1 Grocers and Coifee
Rloasters, New York.
P.S.- ~s the largest dealers in fo.vl pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to m.i.,:i',,,ir.- only pure and
w.,*:*...,, ',I .',' .. and I a:-.k tli em in a tidy
an I -s. ;y manner. All
b'-. in.-': our name ar.- -n r'in -''.-11. t.: lbe
of .- ,:i,.," quality, 'r,' ." .. '" .,e .,,e,
and dealers are *-,tl:ri..-l to refund the
purchase price in any case wh-nlre custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of b.ot. dealers
and consumers to use Tharbers' i.r.,l.

hMrs. Green's

A 'fRS. C_,GEEN havi .- made extensive alter-
atiotis in her Ilotel accommodation re-
spectfully solicits the ;aIrr, .i. of LADIEs and
(ENTLE Es ,ui;r l !" ~I- \K F'ASTS, I 'N- '
I l'ONN an II l t-.
S .. i at :,ty hb ur.
Reid Street, Hamilton, *
June 12, 1882.

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7. A i

is ',Iudi.L nily recommended to the i'i.lic as
an f t'ii;-iii r.ei.-iv for wouni s ,i every des-
'-qiLi,1un; a certain remedy for ulcerated leg-
Sn 4s-. , alds, rui-,, chilblains, scorbutic
'.rul,ti.-.u and pi-'pl.-s on the face, and.
infli.w,: 1 y'v, sore heads, sore breast, piles.
It also tnt 1i.Ily removes the foil smell at ising
from Cancer.
ol.l in p,',r<. : .d., 2s. 91., 4s. 6d., 11s.
anl 2'2s. each; ni' 1 his
PgJ._. .:,E A". 1I-SCROPIKUL.M 09S
[-ro-,- 1i.v more t'oin sixty years' experience
to be one of the 1, ..,t medicines for purityin g
the hi,,'. l ai. 1 a, ; in,-, N:st ar,: in h,:r '- pera-
tions. They form a mild nail superior family
ape:e;nt which may be taken at all times
without .'onfin,,nient or e'un;,,' of diet.
Sold in Boxes at 1..I., *2s 9.9,, 4s. d., 11e.
and 22s. onch.
Pr,.pi, l ,only by EAI1AOH & BARNICOTT
Brn,1i, l-c, Dorset, lfnglgind, and sold by all
-le.11i;. i -. Vendors.


At Git. .it. t.:timn,-ry Store, from Londou,
A ;tuith r s,-iply of
"SLUN;EX.M" a1.1 other cries of

Chleap Reading.
A Lot of PASTE 13. ARD, suitable for mount-
ing ii':ture<.
I[ILD '" .- J. w.lry .-tore is Heal Quarters
or Walthhn Watches in gold or silver

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THE asortuent of 'ilver .Jewelry, consisting
T of Brooches and Ear PRings, Bracelets,
Engli-h an C,.,I.-y Itnogles. Lockets, Nick-
els. Stucls. Sle ve luttrn, and Vest Chais,
&c., at Child's. Was never more complete.

12 Din-onal

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