Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00099
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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Llo. 1,45-Vt'I. LV., STATE SUPER VZJAS ANTIQUAz. 24s. perAn

E Mr ,, 1' To the Ed,;for of the Hr,! Gazette. p j 11 Brio fine Birdi
SM. EnITon.-T find by the ,lat Mail from the
Ab&srat of tt A .PrwceIiia ffthe Honorab'lt United States that tl.--re are many nppli.-tior Is moiucntly EXPECTED from Halifax.,
fTo'l.u-:e of Al.qe,1,l,.'. from Bermuda for Shtiwlbrr'" Plnut,-nu-l th I ) T S 1,7 S 7 C U llUP will
pl_,;; are to be of Sothr-rrn 'r.:owth. A *tIreater
Wednesday, 1st Nrovember.-The Petition of \Vrm. mistake their por..ibli' cV.,l.. nrt Le mt de--t, .-t : S /ellf I/he lowoin "
H. Green. a Conntabl,. frr remuneration for his' Strawberry plants froih the f.,uthern S;t.ate- f the ,%
services in the "'Stella" Commission inquiry; a TUnion to plant in Bermun.1,, Thet w.v-.uld he about if P en. vel fti.ii ': I Ir t, a small n (it '1Oe
1875, was read and conunitleil. ,1 mui.:h -e.'ne in D. "MrriA, F.q..- Director 'f the ,0n o. t nI.t! (;!'rgts
Mr. J. W. Pearmat' in the Chair. PuLli. GCardm.-e. in Jamaica to .nd to the YaikeI i L ', '25 barrels
Mr. Dill moved that the proye;rof thle Pait'on fl Iri'hmn who are runnin..- tl.o Hotel at t he .. I'O'I' T' -E :.A iiarel-,
granted and that it be recommended to nte Tlo,. North Pole, pine apple, inrhens and mnno ,plant's. ,-. 20 ,
to make some cormpebsntion to Mr. Wm. i,. Greta tobe gr.owni therr: a to .a-t ,:.uth!,rn Sttr whlrrry i. I' i,50 L. '
for services required and perf:,rrel by him, under plant s itrm the Unitedl Sttei t( -row in Bermuiid. '-,, DUCKS
Section 3of "An Act to ronflr certain powers on under the very best (ir.lrustlan.: ,h: trawlrtry G-... J.,I .. L DUCKS-
certain CommlssionperA of Iiquiry i!1 thl ecae of the will dte.-en rato, in '.-n ye.r -.. o much n:i to : tl n t .l :U '. ,'., &e., ':c.
British Barque Stella," which was affirm.,. wnrthledp. Strawberry plant, from tlim Renthrn JOHN S. DARRELL.
Ayes 22-Meesrs. Speaker, S C Bell, N J Dar- States would der.:ncr:ntn in flve years in Berrurlnud. ,
rell, WJFri h, SB Gray, H H Gilhert, WC Hy. And the planters would not know what was the or, .'- '7, 1
land, W\ H Hughes, A J Hodsdon, C 0 Keane, cause. Then it would be thouurht ft-it tr-nwl..r -- -- -
A Masters, T W Mercer. T A Outerbridge, S 0 rieswon't ans-or in Bermnudi. t h. tt iel t-he. J '1* I
Onterbridm'e, A M Ou(dney, W R Peniston, C Pen, and they run ,:nmplettlviout and somne lbr-,.-m, rood0t L ic o
pton, .J N Smith, T F J Tucker, R Pyrn, W H for nothinir. We-st of Canida and N,.-w Brnu,- _-
Wilkinson, T J Wadson. wick are the places to get Shrawberry plant- from .
Nays 5-Messrm. F H Cooper. R J P Darrell, R as well as from hb Middle States. Inthe States in *
D Fraser, J NI Hayward, W S Maste"s. Fom.e ie-tior,- the peach runs out every five years; e .
The House resume' and adopted the resolution bitf there tOio planters take care to have another
-Mr.R. J. P. Darrell objpctin. p':intation t,-i-adyto take the plare of the one run "\-(, intend (ldispl t,'teil SuiIsitale)1i
Mr. Dill presented a Petl ion hiom certain resi- out. Roses in Jamaica run out in a rovy short Br
dents of Devonshire Parish nd others pravinr for time, a: ",e frequently to i.e renewed from Can- E, V -ELS t.l PERMUDA LSailing r
bhe extension of a road leading partly round the ada and th- Stitl, Amoun_.t iutlli-,nt planters ftiutd HALII-AX as follows: .
Marsh, &c., for reasons set forth, and farmers there is a ountinual mr.-tloli.-al system Nuvr. il 1."2. Deer. tih, 12.' I
Mr. Dill introduced a Resolve granting omr.en. pursued in x?,.hapni, .seeds and plants in or- .- Ja. 6i 1 \ F.-bv. 1.3.
nations to Wm.H. Green, a Constab'le, which was der to ke-ep-n suh .r,,reta an.d p.ifi up t. th mark. ,a.d, .ril 1, 3.
read a first time. Bermudl anul .Taninie i.;, I think, n,.nrlyof an __ '' ... -.
A Msge from His Erellency the Governor ae under th, Btiti'h rule. aul1 if there r4 any i .1- Itf .tfi.:ientin'luomeul ,frs:.-' will lispathtt
A M e from His Ecellency theGovernor: vntaein rlimat, and .lil B.-nn h it. How -I oftr rd.
(No. 23.) does Bermnutl to-,liv stand ith .THunit a? Ja-
T. L. GALLWEY, maicaNis hld hererartlrl,':,-., v,:ln:. aua hu'rri. All (,,, ,:-ri. at Low RaLs ot' Freight,
Lieut..General, canes. Bermudi ha i only Ind uio.v and again a an 1iayaba- in B-imu,:da.
Governor and Colmmander.-.r.-': '. wind storm. Jamaica has no 1r4-. titin seven Fo:,r furth,-r informati..n apply to JOIHN" ,..
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon. B,-.t experimental Gardirs and lar-' .N'ory-rv DAI'RELL. Etq. Agent at St. .'..;',.,, or
orable House of Asc.embly that he has been re. ;rar.nud3 for the successful propagati.-mfn ii] di.tii- 'W. T. J.Ar1IE Es.i., Ag,-n, at if,,,fi..,
quested by the Board of Works to communicate to bution of the many econimical plants and fruit BEI:.IrMU A.
the Legislature that no Tenders have been received trees for the good of the Colony. In th y'-ar l LY I
In reply to the Advertisements for the performance l. BeTpenditture wai. 1"' ,, tlhe ino.-n, toi'the y,-r _. I l r ( o.,
of the Salt Kettle Steam Ferry service, as provided w", ,7'. TW i t, woildl h:aiv been the i..-re-e Shipping nud (..Colow'..ii-uti PHer..lants, 1
for. in Act No, 14 of the present Session-entitl.-d had commercial nursery prices been ,harg-.:-! P It UALIIF.AX,
"'An Act to provide a Steam Ferry between the would have been more than double. The number Nova .. .-'tia. "
Salt Kettle and the Town of Hamilton." of Saperintendents is -ir, their ,alrii'-I r-uve- from Oct.obciz-, i?2. i
Public Buildings, Hami on 700 to 250 per year. Directly and indir --tly
31st October, 1882 } during the last hundred year.- t1,,s. Expe,,,i.ant.l .-. e
1st October, 182. arlus ind _tlNur---i i-4 1ive been the il?-tj of 1in.1 0.t a
Mr, R. J. P. Darrell presented a Report on the troducing and propagating some of the most valun.
accounts of the Pilotage and Light House Commis. able p,iauts that are now the ofur- c- ,f th.- ple --- *
aloners. proliruct of the Island. ri r.0.: ig' -.:. t, s .i-t ; t'; f l'iO:C I
The Bill to encourna e the formation of. a Berinu- Fr-..., i / R e ., Ir 41)r, a ',- 1 F:'2, I Oi ,, a *i:. -C'e li n 't0
da Company to maintain 'Ieain iiiimuniciiion I For tnu a lre. fII *I Rr I t't Wt l ; j
tween Bermuda and New York--was ruad a se-:on.l! it t Pi-ruitidt .il i. >.n, o'. : -. "-' .
time and committed. h, upon the eaith." .. '; ,_., i
Mr. Mercer in the Chair. Po. P..-:riiils, ..u,. .. .used. . .
.Mr+ Cooper moved the first Clause. No utiT-in r-ilMl ..-rk harder and try more to .. s, 4i .-
The Attorney General moved an amendment to bring the people of Bermuda to the front than the
that Clause, after the words "safe hand," in the ex-Goveru.-.r L,:-fr..r. . His work is not ALSO,
10th line of the first ('lause (printed copy) to dead. . If anything is to bring Bermuda hi .-j TICE Bis.1 VIN. E \IU I
insert the words "and shall furnish to the Gover- up to the mark it is an Experimental Nu -ry,
" nor in Council such reasonable proofs as he may nothing else will. 9 T1 f fl.h if.,
"require that the conditions and intentions of this I am, Mr. Editor, yours truly, I /
enactmentt have been complied with"-which was JAMES PILLING'. Kis '. .l'.'IL Kits Cod" i, IDS
agreed to.t Kits S8. L "i )iN OA I:*, &c.)
The Clause as amended was agreed to with the October th, IS. wic wi I be Open fr ,-i To-morrow,
blanks filled up. which wi I be Open fvr .n-.- in To- norros
The 2nd, 3rd, 4th, were agreed to. %V d 1 0 y. the v,-. ., when the I'un,.
The first blank in the 4lh Clause filled up "two." Ij i j are specially invited to call .. 1 iin- pt.
Mr. Cooper moved that the second blank in that i J. R COX. ,
Clauseb he filled up"six." A Br' ,,ru Street, ! l..,
Mr. Fraser moved that it be filled up five." '., 3' 188t (B
Mr. Hayward moved that it be filled up "four" -.
-which was negatived. t...
Ayes 4.-Messrs. R J P Darrell, T N Dill, J M O d ,
Hayward, J W Pearman. : ; Or ^ A
Nays 22.-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell. F M eOVE rlEL)D .. I' GJ ', VetRREL Ear Rose PO "
Gry W H1uP, DAIJ 1, 1 C CKAan, I 50 ELSL Eat Rose PO-
Cooper, NJ Darrell, W J Frith. A J Frith, S B of tIAKN-" and a i irof New Car- 150 ... AT0 S s
Gray, W H Hu.-.he-, A J H, lo.ldrn, C C Keane, W riage L \ iPS. ATES-specially select-
S Masters, S, T A Ouer, TA Outerbridge, SC Apply to ed for Seed,
Outerbidge, A M Oadney, W R P-niwton, C Pen-. pply o 200 Ba'rrel-s Best Table POTATOES
isn, JN Smith, TF J Tucker, R Tynes, WH H. LOGAN SMITH, 15,' Barrels Fish GUANO
Wilkinson, TJ Wadson. P, ..... I..,.... V r T th E TIL E

Mr. Fraser's motion was negatived.--Ayes 11. Royal P-F/i.,-'e' (ant en
Nays 15. Between th iH'.d ."
Mr. Cooper's motion waa affirmed. Ayes 14. etween the Hour of9 a and I p.m.
Nays 12. October 16, 1882.
The fifth Clause agreed to and the three first One hundred O
blanks filledup. One Hundred Dollars
Mr. Cooper moved that the 4th blank therein be REP WARD .
filled up '8600."
Mr. Fraser moved that it be filled up ",3000." rI]P E above Sum will be paid for"
Mr. R.J. P. Darrell moved that it be filled up such information as will convict the P'er-
" 2100" which was neeatived.
Ayes 5.-Messrs. R J P Darrell, T N Di)ll, J M son or Persons who, ... ., -,un.lkn Night l:st, went;
Hayward, J W Pearman, R Tynes. on board the Yacht Z;P' V'R," and malici-
Nays 19.-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Coop- ously cut and destroyed her Sail and Mast and
er, NJ Darrell, WJ Fi it'?, A J Fritb, SB t iay, Stole the -u'd-,.
A J Hodsdon, W H Hu he,, V C' Keane, V." 1 DB. S. A. S\ITT.
Masters, S A Masteis, S n)uitrbri.. A M Oud- A
Bey, W R P.iuistin, J N Stuit., T F -J Tucker, W lamilto, October 9, 1882.
H Wil kir.n,TJ Wadson. -- ------.-----....-.-.--.
Mr. Fraser's motion was negatived. Ayes 12. O N T
Nays a12. +" + 6
The Chairman giving the casing vote against it. a r
Mr. Cooper's motion was negatived. Ayes 12. Corner of Oui+.l and Reid Streets,
Nays 18. T Hiailtou,
Mr. Fraser moved that the Committee rise, re- Has just received from London via New York
port progress, and ask for leave to sit again-- A Full Sunply of
which was affirmed. Ayes 14. Nays 12. 1
The House resumed. V I
The Chairman (,,trni' ,l l.ave. to sit again. i Ir J .f a .
The Resolve ,a ntiii; a sum for Repairs and G o
Maintenance of the old Ruihli;n. at Nonsuch G oodsi
Quarantine-was read a -.i**:,.- l tin-, committed,
the blank filled up 41, adopted and ordered to be' Perfumery and Soaps.
engroased. I!October 24, 1882.
The Resolve providing for maintenance of Pilot- I
age Buoys and Beacons-was read a third time O
and passed.eo, i o I OVal.
Adjourned to Friday next.

aI Slt Watchmaker and C.A w-.llr-r. 18 Years ex-
". an English WV 0 A N, a Situation as I ace.


General SERJ1tAVT to one or
two Sinle G(' t't u,. or L- ie:. ; is a good
Cook.-Address, G. G., Post Office, Hamilton.
October 30, 1882.

Wae:il.-, Clo.i s jud Jewellery
Cleaned and repaired.
Q'-' Er-ry description of repairing done.
Queen Street, Hamilton, ius
October 10th, 162. J h i a

t. llli 1l.-t13Ul\LI uL ,l 11U a 1.1 1. .jI11.J)
A Choice Selection of T 0

a 0 4 SilELLY BAY.
intr HT and TR INGS, GENTLEMEN requiring- LUNCH-
H.'arietv TSadxUo. at above Tent on day of Raoe, will
A Fnll Assoi luent of TOYS ,phase s, cure Tickets for same.
Fanuy (OGODS an Chria. CARDS. ., :Tickets may be obtained at R. B. '1
b -2. ,it, Ipior to, or at Tent on day of Races.
.td'.L..., .i.-_ J. L. AUSTIN,
8 A Slward
A. ,MI R. B. Y. Club.
A "N. B.-In addition to the above Tent, there
SURGEON DENTIS'r, will b, a Seound, where non-members of the
Havi ig r..turned by the "* Orinoo" \\ill resutie flb miay obtain Lunehen.
h;" Pi'olfesioinl Da tiei at his ( llice over Hamilton, October 24, 1882.
the Medic al Hall. IT!ilton, October 24, 1&82.
,lamilt,.-u, Sptelu-er 2G. 18 OR TH FAfES

ntf,1P- 1. STEAMER

Will leave Hamuiltuu at 9-30 a.m ; Somer-
set at 10 a,j,.,
For the Hunt Races on November
15th, 16S2, and return when the Race are over.
Fate for the iound trip, 3,/, to be paid on
ff The "Britannia i6 furnished with a
fine set of A.wnings.

.A-..I 'LI'L, X %-Lj %-j

r11I Itlisci iieC will not be hijble forarniy
V) N E Y V or VA 1,1i % IILES iraunrnaite..j
b~y :.~la~tN acit or other of hik. Velti-
efe-, ust-i a-vzh'utIdiiCoi~ve''.fc-siCS .1etttIs l t3fis'.
declared awIi i-neoi t6irwardiffl atnd]the Frcoig hiI

Ma il Cottr.ii.tor.
--utjerset. (Oet. N, l, I S".-3


d itited jc.inity by ma- fI~rim JanutvI'.i~yit,
8SS2, k)d 31-e, i ih-rclyit-q el t;all
"Pro I t. o t'roicif-nA -n~i ersic.-kip to


Fruit Fruit !!
Ju;t Arrived per "Orinoco"
Fre~-h IPe-alihes Pears
Grapes Apples

D. V. -., Queen Steest.
RE. EID M[ERCER, eptember ._________
WINES for the Season.

\\:nied 1flH)diziteIV

~ 5:)

L 21

To .wh'i:I very Liberal 'ag-. will b.- gi\en.
Apply at t'i Oltic' of t hn ".' uya.l G-Ci"t.-LL,"
i't.,b:r *Jij t, 1.'2.-- inse


I prevent any misconstruction it aiUining
t t .1 lg I1! 1n ," iv' rtia' i t'it iii r ,f'.I.,I,.te t,
ills ouitt-t:uii '' ii :,' ha.I from iyV
tt-, I ,'d ::i it advisable t, .-tat-e 't. !init.!l
hat the same has no reference- dintciiy ,ur in-
i..--tly to atnyv ison ,-f:t-]it lhus., owing tor
lood.. .. .

lamilton, August 21lt, 'P-2.

t i _
~& ^4V &

0v ij.a-y outjiu r .L, j WI 2'J-
And a few Bottles of ONION SEED which i IGE COMPANY.
will be sold from this date at 4/ per bot-
tie to Cash Customers. Otise at ICE -itU E, Ia-'t i ruindwav.

1 Second Hand BUG( IE H1E Sul..seribers w.,uld respectfully itfo ii
1 New Open C('IR[E -- the people of Hamilton and vie'nitv ir.ia
Sl;oti will be sold Cheap to <-los, a Consign- they are vnofw prva.t-', to aril e all (',tre r ,
n j iit. >for Ice in a first cla.i Iiinit i' :14 :41 tlh reascn
en AL RT INGLIS able price of i'-Penny per pound.
t ALBE'ROT INGbLIS. w, w iill keep ,cost.intly on hand at the New
,t. (eor, e', October 4, 1S.S2. Ice Iloiuse, l .ast Broadway, a supply ot ICE
throughout the year for the benefit of our Cus-
SFor ^Sle towers who may require Tce during winter

c. Itvi! ewN 11t& -aln.-doij's Extra hDq
-' Vouvray


NIargaux f~,2usie i ~

B -richonaii
44 Curacoa
-Cre'zu do Cocoa
Cherry Cordial.

'.I '. AI.t .LA. -
iPUii'T-Verv old bottled
F'ronm the would
,Altr,,N U ; N E.
S i Kltti- Amontillado, .\Manzaiiill, >Moii
Natural, &e,
Botied 'rTOT .. LE-Bull-dog brand.
APOLI.INARh s Natur.l Mlinoral Water.
i1l 'I()UZON .


Engliii HAMS & BACON.
Stilt'n, Cheddar & Wiltshire 'I.E11 .S E,
Compresied Ti' I-Hre:,ktiiat & Drawing room.
October 9,.18S2. Hafilto St. Geor

lBoard & Lodgi ng.
0 0

-- --.--, ,noonths.
A few Barrels of Choice Table By prompt intentionn to our customer and .IISS3 BRUCE, Private Board aind
.- S ,1 -- strict attention to our buaineise, we hope to re Lod;ng York treet, We End, ,t.
-' ..- ,a .i ,-: .. ceive a share of the Puliti patroiage. George's.
S, .I f l ce deliv-rea d daily (.'.uda.-ys excepted) in, October 2., I 82.
J. T. DARRELL & CO. I amifltob and vicitii--.-
Hamilton, October 30th, N.B.-ICE IhOUSE open from 7 a.m. to _Ntir
o 1630 p. m. daily, Sundays excepted, whict it
SL I 1 B -'ihill be open from S to ., -_
I"Long Isla id Brewery" JOHN B. STAHL & 0., ALL Peisons having DEMANDS
n e "'f East Broadway, Hamilton. against the Estate of THOMAS
:!' ": "^ "ti_ June 20, iS2.--f. BROWN, late u, -audy's Paish, d.-wased,
.. ._-.__--__ will pleas., rend,.- their rtspechve Accounts to
Fresh !l ,prly recently receiv- C'rOWrN the .Udesiwgn., cn or befor.. the 'Fiftenth
Sed from the above f ,oinC ode'r nev.t. And ail Persons IN-,
ed from the above Brewry in Casks of P DEB'ED bto the said Estate will please make
36 Gallons each. il Taym2NBC-nit by H ihe saine tlate "
Beer "-h:-ps as well as Canteens can be fur- ('oner Bn' S payt'w by t!,e same (late.
nished the above at a low figure by ,-'er o Nd Bul i-..., I t JON M .iIIN,
SBetweu 1Aldicald Hall anu the 'Gazettoe Od' r e ... nd I "
THEOS. J. LIGHTBOURN, Hamilton, Brua. I relanda sia.
ATn ,t < m itj ll t G L Aidm.ini.stratei.
AgFron Street, ilton. i n t O all kinds Aera, 27th October, A-2. -2
Front Street, Hamilton.
Oct .2nd, 1882. ted Beverages, Dou.ble oda Water, Lemon-
--------ade, B.-la-.. Ginger Ale, Qtniie l'uni: Water. lattr ess Makin and(l
?-" Tr = a' i C'ihimLpagn -Cider, c e., etc.. of ,p ri,.r. qual-
1L^ d. I "-- ([" ity,Soda Waterand Seltzer Watrei .*ypuous. C.'atig
PlaAn low n Tre r7-hsaslowasany otteri.-stabl nt. tTJhjssret is ..
'A Good Plain COOK. aIgnt- Is, s,. s.. ant t *to MAKE and REP.IR MA'TR Sal-:
COOK ag ,,It ., --m.--m. at R- Sonable Rates.
Apply to MRs. CROFT4 -N, Mnti:-lli:'-r, -:--- -__________ WSa tisfaction gUtranteed.
Prospect, any day excepting Thursday or ALL t last N -i,.. i Plate.- are a, MR .J ANE RILEY.
Friday before 130 p.m ay u-tils t CALiis. Call 4 JSalt R IE '.
SOct.btr J,.. .. hands ee. October 25, 1882,

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P 1-) 17'


t6 h.'tVill Light iation at Bermuda, between the
9th October and 5t1, Novewbar IA..'4.2 height ahbve
he sea being 246 ft at lase, wIhre the Register is
Dat-..e- t i --- ~

Cet. enral emarks.
Nov. 0 -
Noon -
Mo30 -, 75 I 1' 0 1 Fine. cloudy
o 4 7A 1 'r 1')0 -0)' Thick, rainy, th'nd
ovl SE 4BE ,' !- ,- '"53, Overcat [nt'im s.w
-. B 7,5 7 ,n.-4 .7 ,.,-n Finre
3 EN E 1 72 71 29-90 0.000 Fine
4 sa 4:72 71 2-1S3,.1.-65 Fine, cloudy
5ss 73 7 1 9 64'Oi 0-0 UlonlJy, overcast
_L):, JUL PHiGS PEhlNT =1P. f

_- -. .. .

tamillton, JAovember 7, 1882.

Uolon ,al S ePearys Ojfice,
6th November, 1y-s2.
iS Excellency the Governtor hias
*Mr. tienry Talbot Darrell,
ampton, West, in the room of Mr. NATHAWI-
EL BASCOME ; such appointment to take
effet from this day's date.
:y His Excellency's Command,
S- Clonial Secretiry..
.... ___
November 2--Brigt. E. Kennedy, Prtterson,
New York; asort:dJ argo toJ. F. Burrows.
4-Italian .teamer Atlantien, Bruzzat from New
Orleans lound to "Rotterrain, with 'N,66tr buihelsh
wheat; called for oals.-Ag.-ents, J. T. Darrell
& Co. .
G-Mail Steamer Orin.:,,:., Fraser, New York;
Mdil. and -an assorted cargo.-Agents, Trott &
November 4--Italian steamner Atlautino, Bruzza,
Rotterdamn; inward cargu of wheat.
November 4-Brig-t. Birdie, Nickerson, Halifax;
assorted cargo.-Agent, Jno. S. Darrell.
he* :3: '- PASBENGEBS.
In the Mail Steamer ,",w. on Sunday last from
New YQrk :-Rev. 0. Coit and Mrs. Coit, Maj.r
Foster, Mrs. Foster, James A. Atwood, Esqr., M.
C.P., and MrsD Atwood; Dr. 0. J. Stanley, Lieut.
Neate, T. D. Middleton, Esqr., M.O.P., Mr., Mrs.
and Miss Colt, Mr. and Mrs. Meade, Mr. and Mrs.
Hamilt, n, Mrs. and Miss Cameron, Mrs. C. J.
Stanl,.y and 2 children, Mrs. F. Luckenbach, Mrs.
and Mrs Neale, Mrs. Clerk, Mrs. and Miss Frith,
Mrs. MeHardey, Miss S. Conyers, Miss P. Conyers,
Miss L. Outerbridgg, Miss Jenkins, Messrs. W. E.
Talbot, L. Godet, D. Whitney, J. W. Cochran, F.
E. Gilbert, H. Pell, J. A. Conyers, B. H. Ahen,
J. A. Direll, C. S. Tucker. C. L. Conyere, H. Ham.
mond, A. Lamberton, G. King, C. E. Clay, A. F.
Sternmon. J. C. Davis, M. L Page, E. Livermore,
and Brudford.-2nd Cabin, Mrs. Colts maid, Nel-
ly Lambert and 4 children, Mrs. Oameron's maid,
Mrs. L-nmeo, B. E. Smith, W. Gardner and six
in steerage.
Barque Eliza, Bar-. was to leave New Yorkon
the 4th instant.
We hear that the hired transport I'jlliam Bur.
kitt which has been expected to arrive here daily
from Halifax has been ordered to return home di-
rect without coming to Bermuda.
The Schr. Maggie, Darrell, hence at Bangor, Main
October 25,
The Steamer ferl,,, when on election business
on Western Coast of Ne wfoiundlad has been wreck,
ed near Burgas. ,
The R. M. Steamer Alpha will be due here this
evening from Jamaica.

ArPoINTumnTS.-Thomas D. Popham, M.D. to
H. M. S. Constdnee.
Commander R. T. N. Pearce to the Northamp-
&u.-LieutenantS.-H. D. Kirwin and H. L. Heath
to the Northampton, when commissioned.
.Mdshipmen.-rB. G. Godfrey.Faussett, W. C. M.
Nicholson, E. W, de Bruce, S. A. G. Calthorpe, C.
0. Hi.-kley, Philip Egerton, E. F. Bruen, E. C. Vil.
lers, B. W. Drumiond. J F. Green, E. H.
Gamble and T. W. Napier, to the Northampton,
who cn coll.ll,, i.:,onedt .
-Naval Cadets.--Hon. F. E. H.- J. Fielding, W. E.
Ooodenough, P. St. C. Pilcher, A. G. Allgood, C.
A. Lylh, John K. Luird, W. J. S. Alderson and W.
H. Waller, to the Northampton, when commis-
H.M.S. Tenedos now on this station is to remain
here for another commission. A new crew having
been sent out "from Portsmouth for her.
Lieutenants appointed to T7nedos :-B. J. H.
Adamson, John A. M. Fraser, Herbert Swire and
A. H. D. Ravenhill and Sub.-Lieut. Julian C.
The Army and Navy Gazette of tide 14th October
says that the "Urgent," will remain at Bermuda
until aftir the court martial on the captain, offi-
oers and crew of the Phoenix at Halifax.

The Rev. Fredk. Skinner came with his family,
from Halifax by the Alpha on a visit to his father. -
We have had the pleasure of seeing several testimo-
nials both from clergy and laity as to Mr. S'dnner's
successful work and usefulness, including a letter
addressed to the Metropolitan of Cand by the
representatives of all classes in his late parish,
speaking in highest terms of- Mr. Skinn r as a
man, cl-rgyman and preacher. '

Ta HAxILTON HOTEL. -'It will be noticed by
our advertising columns that the HAXuLTON HoTEL
will be opene Ifor the winter season on Monday
next by Mr. GEORciE M. AZn, the new manager,
who arrived with assistants in the Orinoco on Sun- t
day last from New York. He anticipates a good-
ly number of visitors. We wish him every success.
PI3. We understand that a Garrison Rifle Match
will take place at the Warwick Range, on the 13th
and 14th December.
Co=ta_.-We copy into our to-day's issue an
tract froma paper ,on Co'ets. published last year
by well known astronomer-Richirl A, Proctor,i
which may teod to correct some absuird notions
which prevail h rp n the subject of whichit treats, a
anud -pe.iiy ihe .-idi.3iloau speculations of which '
certai lear.,ed per-ms wh. -have lately appeared
anuig us have indidlje,- in. q

IANO)-i and Organs sold on the Instalment
Plan at E, T. Child's,

The Correspondent of the Ftalifax 'Herald.'
We are again under obligations to the Halifax
Herald for some domestiI' news. The writer of a
letter which appears in the Herald of the 16th Oc-
tober professes to be well an-quainted with Bermuda
polities and we quote freely from his communi-
We think the correspondentt referred to has made
little progress in Bermuda history, however fami-
liar he may be with Bermuda politic. He informs
the world that a Liberal party is arising here which
begins to ask the House of Assembly what right it
had to parcel out the Islands in ecclesiastical Pa-
risli-,mtkuig 1a 'Io.)1 pr.:i-.iun for e-l. L roni th-
publc revenue, and to close the grave yards against
all bit the rectors, .
If there be any party, or any person, in Bermuda
beginning to ask such a question it would not be
amnis if the party or the person would begin by
reading a little of the history of this Colony. The
student would soon discover that it is not to the
House of Assembly that the Church of England in
Bermuda is in.lbted for its Cihurch.-s, Churchyardi
or Glebes. It is true that the Asserllv has aided
in former years in er..eting or enlarging the Parish
Churcbes. But the original donation of real pro-
perty belon--.ino' to the Church of Euglandl in Ber-
mud-1 ,ian not in any case to betrayed to the Assem-
bly. The original proprietors of these Islands set
apart lands for Churc-he and Glebes long l.-efore
thepresent. Constitution of these Islands was
created. These donations extend back to the first
s-ttlerm,-nt of the Colony in some cases, and in
others were made only a few years later. The
Glebe Land in Southa'im -.t., :.- ':hi.:hi for a great
many y-fars the i.-.,iled, was --ri.en to th)
Chu'-ch under what i- h c tilel th L .he .lI' Arbitra-
ment (24th July, 1619) in the f,11,:wing terms:
"Whereupon it is ordered that 2 parts of this
overplus land, together with ,the large house,
should be appropriated to the Church, the rest al-
lowed unto Sandb his tribe, in recompense of some
glebe uIml that the owners of that tribehad bought
for Pembroke Tribe, as also by reason that the Is-
land called Ireland, being a part of the said tribe
(i.e. Sands's) proved for the most part barren and
The persons who made these and other similar
appropriations were the owners of the soil, not the
Legllature of the plantation.
The writer referred to does, we think, scanty
justice to the Island Legislature when he says that
after making good provision for the ecclesiastical
Parishes it found it necessary during the latter
years to keep dissenters quietby giving them also a
trifle of the put.lic money.
In 1821 on the petition of the Presbyterians of
Warwick Parish the Legislature, which was almost
exclusively coilposei of members of the Church of
England, passed an Act granting a stipend to the
Presbyterian Minister equal in amount to that
granted to any Rector (except the Rector of St.
Ge,-rge-i) in respect of any Parish wit in his Living.
In 1850, on the petition of the Wesleyans, the
Legislature granted to the Wesleyan
Society 12'1 a year towards the inm i .n..: of its
Ministers, and five years later it granted a similar
sum to the Presbyterian Minister, whose stipend
had been temporarily in abeyance in consequence of
the inability -f the Legislature to agre,- on the
amount. In 1866 the Legislature exonerated non-
conformists from liability to Church Rates, and in
the following year the --rants to all religions de-
nominationq were equalised, and made payable at
a fixed rate according to their numbers.
We doubt whether any Legislature in any Brit-
Colony has proved itself more liberal than the
ish Bermuda Legislature during the last
half century in its dealings with religious
grants. Were inclined to think that it antici-
pated all or nearly all Colonial Legislatures in ex-
tending those grants to non-conformists. The ex
listing mnode of distributing them is similar to thi
mode adopted in Newfoundland, to the genera
satisfaction of all Churches as far as we can learn
for distributing the educational grants. Into th(.
Chur:-h Yard question we have not space to enter
at present, but to correct recent misrepresentations
on this subject we may recur to it hereafter.
With these few prefatory remarks we invite the
attention of our readers to the following extracts
from the letter of a Bermuda Correspondent in the
herald referred to.
There isamercifullaw of compensation running
all through nature, and it helps to make life in
Bermuda not only endurable, but somewhat enjoy-
able. The contempt of many Bermudians for the
outside world, its pets and fluries; their ignorance
of supreme passing events, would astonish an out-
sider. True, there are a good proportion of intel-
ligent, reading, reflective people among the popu-
lation, for whom, judging by the time taken to
distribute the mails, a large quantity of literature
comesin; but the Bermudian I.roper is as far above
all this as was the hermit who commanded Alex-
ander the Great to stand out of his sunshine! One
of these told me the other day that the fellow who
had shot Garfield had been hanged. The Egyp-
tian war was decided on the 13th September; and
here we have -in editorial on the merits of the great
newspaper battle, date.i Oct. 2nd. These same
are among the curiosities of the place. We have
the Royal Gazette (par excellence), the Colonist, the
New Era, the Times, the Fireside Journal, and oc-
.asionally the Police Gazette. Not so bad for a popu-
lation of 14,000. They are weeklies, ranging
from three to six dollars a year. Boiled down,
the quintescence of the whole would make a re-
spectable column in a Canadian daily. The Colo-
nist isa an exception. It i liberal and well written;
but its circulation does not admit of great enter-
prise. The ai.hnirable thing is the way these pa-
ers live. Try to sustain eighteen newspapers in
alifax city alone, and see! The Gazette, as the
oldest-fairly musty with age-attempts to freeze
the others out of exi-teuce. If you can imagine
Lord Dundreary with his eye-glass looking his in-
feriors in the House of Commons out of counte-
nance, with a lordly sneer at he "small fry," you
have the attitude of the Roydl Gazette. Last week
the Attorney General for all these Islands appear-
ed in the Gazette, denouncing the N~ m. Bra for mis-
reporting his speeches. Every one looked for a
profound obeisance on the part of the New Bra, in-.
stead of which its editor actually refused to kneel
before the Mumbo Jumbo of Bermuda, and flung a
bit of contempt at both the Gazette and the Crown
offer. Such a thing has never been heard of here
before; and what calamities may now be in store
for us, who can say ?

"When I say we are soon to add a general election
to the other privileges of our position, I am sure
many in Canada will envy us. These nine consti-
tuencies, returning thirty-six representatives, are
beginning to marshal their forces and buckle on
their armour. One parish, with an aggregate of
83 votes, has the prospect of fifteen candidates!
Hitherto there had been only the shadow of an op-
position in the House of Assembly. That venera.
ble institution has gone forward during 200 years,'
making laws for Church and state-the former
more than the latter-never dreaming of a day
when its imperial voice might be disputed. But
gradually there has arisen a party with a will of
its own. The Islands were long ago parcelled off
as ecclesiastical parishes, with each a good pro-
vision from the public revenue. During latter
years it was found necessary to keep dissenters
quiet by giving them also a trifle of the public
monies. The parish graveyards were closed against
all but the Episcopal rectors, though the public
generally had been taxed to support them. Glebes
were laid out for the rectors from the public lands,

And now the new pirty begius to ask: Prmy gen-
tleren, what rig-ht had your Honorable House to
do these things?" The old party are fairly agape
at the audacity of tbese niu, and resort to the
usual weapons in such catsev of banter and ridicule ;
but all the time the new party chrvstilizing into
shape, annd ._aling- it--If Lih.eral," "zus iin num-
bers and boldnesi. It h is ,nly just. beeh revealed
that there i-; a natural eriuse foirthe existence and
growth of the newp.irty.
"While the proportion of coloured people to the
whites is verT r munh larer-col:,re] 8,n0i, whites
6,001', th.i fran:hi-,e ia v--ry -much in the hands of
the whites. Still, von-,idtrina' that the hise
is so high-voters muni- own $$300) worth ot' reil es-
tate-the fact that the c-.:l.Iure I people hold 250 out
of the 850 votes on the Islands, speaks well for
them, and giv th,-ni an influence worth cultivat.
ing. Up to this time they have never 'had a re:
present.tive in the A-:in.myi. There are t utle-
men among thera quit.: in al-vann:-e of several m..nm-
bers now in the H..,ue, in point of edic-.ition,
wealth aond character. Such an element must make.
itself felt ,oouer or later. .Proposals have recently
been made to bring out a coloured candidate in
Pembroke Patih;V but when their people called a
meetin- t.) ,li.--iu, th.- they divlide.l on the
reli -i.,; i -:.ti,,n, m u nmlb.-r .:-:'1.l riLug tht-y woul.1
"sta-nd by their :-latrI l!" ThI. sriv.- some idea
of what. liti.:s mean in theV-t r..-i.:,n- However,
the die is cast: though a -'t it.3 ,of tihiur- in which
religion comes in to thi uw back a movement for
uniting a race aijn givingit it i- proper place in go-
vernmental affairs, must a-:ipe-r i.l enough to
outsiders. The chief emrm-t i-, thit this "'reli-ion"
-nhi-hi i bro.auht f-,rw ir-l as an election cry, will
not iteli bring forward a coloured candidate till
the dayi of th- Grek Calends. Our coloured
friends have yet to learn the weight an.l majesty of
the phrase- "balance of p.,w-ar." By throwing
their nompacnpt stremrth in oun.d;rc-tion, they could,
in most parishes, put out ,r iput in whomsoever
they pln-ed, aud soon. bring the haumlhti-st to
terms. But it requires a t.. ua; fire t., fuse cert'tin
metals; and fire is better for that purpl)oq than
Two notable additions I must make. *
* Another item is the fact that
the Royal Ga:z, /. here has a long qi,,tatio:u frumn
a HTerald e.:-rip,,n-l:ent. in your issue of 21st
instant, and makes sa.-e comments upon his
statements. The Gavette, with flboured attempts
at p-.lit- s.trasm, hints t'ia yoea orrespond-
ent tell- lies. The present writer is ignorant of
that corr.-spondent's i.-itity; but he knows the
Gazetle i.--etty well, as also Bermuda politivr, and
of both it w.,uld be difficult to exaggerate as re-
ga:ds, o. cities. 1d-f:,rrmiti,=s and exoresences. But
we ar ali mlu-prised to hear even that much thunder
from the old gun, and wonder whether the c-h-irne
has burst it The Gazette too, hints that the letter
was written "by a Canadian re-.idiug temporarily
amo.n u- i1." Well there are several of that ilk,-
ihe ~ r'. statf itself supporting its proportion ;
but with few exceptions the element is doing Ber-
muda no harm.
LoNDON, October 28.-General Sir Garnet Wolse-
ley landed at Dover at 3-45 this afternoon on his
return from Egypt. He was enthusiastically re-
ceived by a large crowd.

IrA. 8uppleincit of five col-
umns accompanies this issue of the Gazette. It
contains the proceedings of H. M. Council on the
3rd inst., and o.f the Hon. House of Assembly on
the 3rd and 6th instant, a communication trom
"One of the Brethren," Professor Robert Proctor
on comets, some prtceeliungs of the Imperial Par-
liament and other interest ing matter.

BIRTH, in Smith Parish on 4th inst., the WiFn
of William J. S. Wilkey, of a DAUGHTER.

MARRIED, in Devonshire Parish, at the resi-.
dence of the Bride's parents on 2nd instant, by the
Rev. A. W. Nicholson, THOMAS H. DE). to FLOR-
ENoC, eldest daughter of Joseph D. and Ann B.

DIED, of eonsumptiun, at Stancombe, Pa.-et, on
the rooming of, 29th O. toher, ADELAIDE,
eld.t,t surviving daughter of the late Richd. V.

Hamilton Hotel,
o- c. E:9D,
Will OPEN for the reception of
Guests, Novemlrr 1.51h, 1882.

A 1wa yson Hand,
At "Royal Gazette" Stationer) Store,
Cornell's 1st Steps in Geography



&c., &c., &c.
Hamilton, November 4, 1882.


Lately received from I llirax and F..r Sale,
10,000 Groved, Tougued & PI kn dl
1 hnch Spruce
20,000 1 Inch Spruce BOARDS
5,000 4 and 5 Foot 11,I.TIN;S
300 Bundles 4 Foot LATi
hlamilton, November 6, 1882.- I

For Sale,

By Public Auction,
At 12 o'clock,

Qn Thursday next,
The 9th instant,
250 BLS Garnet Red Seed POTA-
25 BIs. Early Rose Tnble POTATOES
50 1 Bales Superior HAY
6 Half Chests Ooloug TEA.
10 BIs. Red APPLES
10 Bis S. F. FLOUR
10 Bls. Navy BREAD
5 Bls. Pilot BREAD
5 Bls Crushed SUGAR
5 Bls. Granulated SUGAR
5 Half-Bls. Family BEEF
10 Als, Corn MEAL
5 Bags COFFEE 10 Bxs. CHEESE
10 Tins LARD, 25 lbs. each
10 Cases MATCHES
20 Cases Astral OIL
5 Bls Kerosene OIL
9 Dozen Pint Bottles Rasberry and Le-
10 Boxes G;ugdr Snaps and Extra Soda
1 Dozen Potato FORKS
2 Potato HOES
2 Potato HOOKS
10 Tubs New York BUTTER
100 Lbs: Red and 28 Lbs. White ONION
SEED, of this year's importation none
in 14 lb. tins, will be put in one p)ound
p)arcel-l on day of Sale
A Lot of Fritsumitri ian Glaswr,
I Superior Upright PIANO, by
Broadwood, London.
1 Superior

Horse Donkey,
Suitable for Lady or Chimlren to drive, is
quiet and without tricks
2 Fine Fat HOGS ready for Butcher
The notice of spe-culatiors as well as Plan-
ters are particularly called to this Sale of
.'Seed Potatoes, they are in spl--ndid order,
sprung nicely for early p-lanting and being
a consignment with orders to sell on arri-
val they must be sold without reserve.
Hamiilton, November 6, 18:33.

Just Received per Brigt. "Birdie,"
from Halifax,
And Will be Sold, at. Public Auction,
0V UV.A' TE R'S W H. [i F,
Nov. 9th, at 12 M.,
The following Articles,
200 Bushels OATS
2'.11i Bundles LATHS
Also, 5 Bls. KEROSENE
St. George's, November 6, 1882.

Colonist copy.

THRE' SuIL.bcriber has just received
and Offers for Sale, a well as-orted Stock


3s and Canned

including :-
Bags RICE Rl's VI IN \,
Bags OAT'S Kita ;OUNDS & UE
Tins SOUP', in variety
black ti-J' P I't NUTM1 GS M \CE
CINNAMON, &e., &e., &c.

0 Chests Good Congou and other
'inls COFF E- i I. C ) Y
Fancy BISUfTY ,t low prices
for Cas',
," LI r PE\ ,

A Fine Yiing Op
10 Hamilton, Nov. 7, i-82.-

(Dark Brown) about 4 years old. POTATOES.
For further particulars please, applylV i,

Fort Hamilton
November 7, 1882.-1


PHIER, of Halifax, made of best
Materials, and obtained a Prize at Dominion
Exhibition when new.
Enquire of
dical Hall.
Hamilton, November 7,,1882.-2 3pg

r. S. B. COX,
I Burnaby *".
opposite Medical iall.


'ne [lndersignet expects to receive
Ex Brigt. PITT,"
About l1th Instant,
Choice Garnet Potatoes,
Selected expre-islv" fo the Bermuda Market,
\ which will be S,,ld at low prices tor Cas'i an I
on accomamodaii-i-j terms to approved purchaa-

36 Front St.
Hamilton, 6th November, 1882.--2

For Sale by Tender.

No. 1--'That well-known
<. ini Sandy's Parish. held in his litf
time by the late CHARLES HEWLITT, Esqr.,
being a two-storied. Building, arranged for
Grocery stand Liquor Stores on the ground
floor, with 'e:ummodiou-' Rooms .'uitable for
Billiard or other Saloons on the upper :story,
arid alpurtanant to which are ,tW0 Tanks,
good Cellar, &c., the whole standing on A Lot
of L A ND eligible situated near the Post Office
at Mangrove Bay.
No. 2.-One undivided moiety
of a
Parcel of Land,
estimated to contain TEN ACRES or- there-
abouts, situated at or near White Hill," in
Sandy's Parish,- held in her life time by the
late Mrs. LYDIA HEWLETT, with the Appurte-
nances thereof.
Tenders for the Purchase of the above Pro-
perties Or either of them, will be received at
the Office of MR. R. D. DARRELL, Hamil-
ton, up to Noon of the 2w,,d IASTA,\T,
when the highest, if otherwise approved of,
.will be accep.-ted, but the Proprietor does not
bind himself to accept any Tender if, in his
estimation, the price offered ii too low.
6thNovember, l1',-.?.-3`3pg.

Auction Sale.

Has Received In.struetions tb Sell,
At Public Auctionl
At 12 o'Jlock,
On T )hursday f/the 16th
day of .Noveniber,
1 thal.t Parcel or Tract of

with the 7 -. U Z B i. :13 G S
thereon, situate iu Pembroke Pmish, kno n ias
CO\NOR's LA N" I' ,"e,,iiii..II: ab-ut fim e
and a Half Acres more or le-s, anid .ioundled as
lollowl ;-.n the N.,R iH by the Sea and Public
Road ; on the :'OUTH by La. d of Mr. A. '.
Robinson bein; p.irtion of same iTrict ; on tile
EAST by Land of Late I1onbl, Robert Ken-
tned., ;,on on the WEST by Land of Mrs.
Thomp-son, o01 h -ooe\t-r ihe said I a.d may tie
bouIdtd t.l or ought to be descritWd.
Premises non ..cupie !by> ,Iin. i.l', F.N
A uctiolee,.
October t.), l'-2.--3 3 3..


THE LOT of LA iD ad-
joining the Governmnect Pa.y Office, in
Utid Strtee, on which there are a number of
Valuable Fruit Trees.
TFNDKE.S for the above Lot will be re-
ceived by the lTT,-d. s gied on or btloie the
15th November Next.
'le Owter ~till not be bound to necept the
igiheti or any tender.
lami!ton, October .17, 1882-8rd p


1-W1E beg to thank the Public generally
for their very liberal patronage
since we commenced the manufacture of
Aerated Beverages,
And for their ready recognition of our
endeavours to place within the reach of
We wish also to state that we have re-
ceived sufficient Plant to fill orders of any
size speedily and -atisfactorily.
Cor Reid and Burnaby Sts.
Hamilton, Nov. 7, 1882.-2 3pg

Just f eceiced
Ex Sir. Alpha and Brigt. Birdie,
From 81ALIFAX, N.S.,
S 100 Do. GARNETS-spec-
ally selected f i Seed,
2u0 Bbls. Prolific, Jacksons and Stonewalls,
10 Do. Splendid APPLES.

And ex Orinoco,
28 Bbls. APPLES,
29 Bbls. American GAR NETS for Seed.
All of the above ('il le- ,Sold Cheap.
St. Georges, Nov. 6th, 1SS2.-twice

For Rent,
.--' A Pleasantly situated and Conveni

With Stables, Carriage and other Outbuildings
ad ioining.
Immediate possession given.
For further particulars apply to REGI NAL.D
GR AY, Hamilton.
26th September, 1882.-3p tf

CHILD can supply you with a reliable Clock
from 8/ to 5. All Warranted.



The Undiersioned offerss
for aile, as follows :

ex Cargo of the' MIRIA .l" ,and I.!. ,.'
Fl ... F ' ) ,

A few htiunied feet ,-'- ? 'A' "
S '" I 'a f.?,-t.
.; ". t .*

50 Bbls. New York
Garnet Seed Potatoes.
Fish GUANO, Southcin Fertilizr,.'
Fossi J1 a special Po-
tatoe Manure.

They EXPECT from .lainc,

Cargo of Onion Boxes
and Tomato Box ENDS.
And from New Brunswick




' ,


And complete Tomato BOXES, c-onsisting of
Sawn blits instead of the ordinary Laths.
H.1 Landing to-day ex "Orin-


Hamilton, Dermuda,
7th November, 1882.
G(?., and Colonist, twice 3rd pag

IN otic c,

to Farmers



T I fast-sailing Clipper
-Brigi. ".IJ1 M33UDE,'" 171 Tons,
DAVIS, Master,
Firon '! nariottetown, P. E. Island,
with an inboard
VN i

Consisting of
I-JAY Oats Potatoes,
IVWith a Deck Load of
Horses, Cows, She
(niEV~h ^


is (xpect,'1 to Arrive on or about the 15th
Tnstiant, ;..ii the CARGO will be offered for
Sal>e at L.o-v Rates for CASH, and easy Terms
to alrIv..-.1 P ir.:lhat -rs.
Apply at 60 Front Street Hamilton,
Cor. of Chancery Lane.

N.B. Thi, Potatoes offered by
this Vessel lhaiv. e-,-n most carefully selected
by Mr, I. C. T:.r '1[EERIDGE, especially for
this Market, and are well worthy" the attention
of Planters, they would therefore do well to
call and examine ,i-f,,ri- purchasing elsewhere.
No v,.,I L-,. 6, 18-2.-2 3rd page,

-~ .

The Under,-igited has just received
per Orinoco" his usual supply of
Fall and Winter GOODS,
S l,. i :1.. 1..f,,, t-d for this-.Market, which will be
#.IT, It'l I'.,r sole at Prices to -uit the times.
Devonshire, November 6f, 18S2.--2 3p

ewv Goods!

The Undersigned has just received
From London via Aeew York,
A Full Stock of
Which ame now h ing op ended.
Crawl, r+,ov. 6th, 18'2.-1

E. 13 Jones,
Corner of Queen and Reid Streets,
from London via New York,
GEN1 S and youths r,,ady-made
Do. Do. Felt and Tweed HATS
Do. Do. CAPS
COLOG N E, &c.
Hamilton, November 7, 1R82.



which about 1,000 yards of LINSEY
WOOLSEY is slightly damaged and xill be
Sold for 4d. and 4bd. per yard.
Under SH I RT.-'', SHE EATING,
COTTONS, 'P.A AOLS, J \C K i'-, i
BOOTS and SHO'.S, (('heap.)
Corner of Front and Queen `treetsl
Hamilton, October 9th, 18824.-3ios e.o.w.


The Indo'rsignod 1'avini just. '..':-
ceived thi followinr:

;a5)0 [I.rre- rMape's prepared FlI H GUANO
752 I m-is l'a t.,r !i l'.tl i E,
: I l k', >'.i' lVi .N liANO,0
OIters the same on ;i *e:' n: i f !atinig fterni' to ap-
provedJ cul Lnmrs.

(I ACw York .ai S leader.


S'. I IN Fit -N i' ,
Will Leave the Port of kiamilfnn
At 3 .. m
; ,7 l-- --,J .. r I 7
J. s U Ia Jx SAD A& 1
9th Nov-imber l--.2,

tie also expects to receive in thle T 'e ;v.l,c e .,r rreturn on 0,,, he,,..
COurse of a few days Fs ig I', ?pe.i' c on Frt-iLJi', a d I'arcels wiI
t S be received uiti! C p.m. 1 edn,,eday, eth No-
Choice Seed Potatoes 'er .
/ ? 's -eiiger -lag Prime Comprn'e. S-eI ... 1 ifn p.m., 91. i'a-senwcirs ihoding Amricanr Re- R
Qr. Bales. turn I itkets %, ili please. lvethenmendoi *ed be- '
Toetlier with some fore emb:,rkinw.r here for return.
r T ,,-, CTO Ie TRtOUTT 4. cox

% J V .' T J ti.l i ..L J -...a ,_
Per "' Alfred" from Coernwvalli-.

I o1 ..O,
Onion and Tomt to BOX M.vTE-
LATH,, &-.,
Per Kit Carson," from Bangor.
S. S. ] GA f.431.
Hamilton, l- 6rmrd'i, 6th Nov., 1 v.2.~-2 .p


** h.,'>tte" only.

to F]aramers (and

The Untdersigned offer for S:tlr
On accommodating Terms to app',r.v-., pur.,
chasers, th- I" d.rl.-rm n,iom .i (3, 4 -. viz.,
.Jow Landing ex S.S. 'Orinoco,)

Ilamilton, licrinu'da, 7tli November, 1882.-1
In er ato.. nal. orane.
- ---------- ----- ----

Interniational Fair.

A N International FA1R will be
held in the Basement of W ES L E Y
C H UIU R C P, Hamilton, ott
Thursday, Nov. 9, 1882.'
The Room uill be Irilliantly illuminated
Sit! ', 'hiaC e l.a terns a.-i oth l.itt family
drec,,r.,.ed. -
i hr tall- for the :'-, ( f ui v A articles,
S<;il.e, 'Fruit, Tea, Ctfie, hre Creamn, ...u
Wait-r, Sc., &,., wi] be ire-4ide.l over by re-
presentatives of various i.,i: in costume.
A talented .I; e.I, i-,e !.:1,' a ill eihi it a col-
lection o(f Antique and Eainc Ar.iies, and ithe
Studio of a Mexican .Sriis of repute, will be
Open 'o Vi'.it-.

6) f ) 9d.1P-s, G-UA-'i/// .
100 h la :1),'ss '0 orue .\' U?, (an Adults, 6d. ( 1rMirn (under 12) 3d.
excellent Ferli' .zr), Admission to 1I:.: iilii in and SinMnio 3d. each
57 Bags Peruvian GUANO, e"ir L
#St~S~l .1,;. 7I 4

50 BHls. Ainr ican Garnet .:eo~-

In Store-
Kegs JA.1L S 4d. and 5d.
To arrive per Brgte. A L F R D," from
1000 Barrels Garnet Seed 3Oe-
TSrT -OE ', selected ex-
pressli for this Market.
Hamiltou, Nov. 7th, 1882.-3ins 3p

" Colonist" pleas(



Undersi n
LOW Ratles Ih

Of Brigt. Sarah I
From NEW YORK, co
Barrels Corn MEAL
Barrels Pilot and Navy B R F
Barrels Crushed SUGAR
Barrels Granulated SUGARl
Barrels Kerosene OIL
Barrels Fish GUANO
Bags Potatoe iMANURE
Bags Castor POMICE
Bags Peruvian GUANO
Bag- OATS, CORN and

?.B.-Tii e-itertainmeft. will be repeat-ed
on YRIDAY lith in-st.
H-'..iltr n, O !:. 30, l,-,-, 3 pg.

S4 Fl

There will be three Entertainments
held in the Basement lUoomu
Of Odd-Fellows' Hall,
)n the E ehiigs of

The 62.0h, 2 It a d

!2"3rd ,.,f :iiis i,,,. h.
e .... ''i tfist ,t-vmin,,r the Exercises ill consist of
Jubilee e --ig L'ini..i ,:*-, and liet ititions.
e. On the second c ,ii-,;; there will be an Or.
chestral Performaice. in which there will be
e O.e combined a number of Musical Instruments.
d 0(1-. r l rs AIso, Vocal Music Iialogues and .e ii.,!i, ns
Ge IN ) A choice selection i. lMusic has been obtained
for he occasion.
Kennedy," On thi third .-nia he' e wiil be ri-n.l red a
"Sacred '.' .at." in their, : ; -Ft, entitled "' l)a-
onsisting of niel" or the Captivity and r. imi of the
auti Ext JIvws, extt.e;. tHi','.. u l a period of seventy
Price of Admission and olier particulars will
I ? .'a next week.
EAD ) Proceteds in aid of BM. F. (;F i 'uic.h.
The Alexxndrina Band" will be present
each -vi li,.i-
r:niin., .' o eirnbr 1882.-3 3p

j er muda c e,
BRAN M lade from Pure Iain Water.

Half Barrels .MA 'KEREL Can be used under all eirec
Half Barrels BEEF danger ;wlt .di- all imp
Hall Brls. Pig PORK most cases affect the system
Boxes SOAP, -TARCH, CANDLES nor as a change in .hi kit.
CHEESE, The .'il.ciiiie' if now p
Half and Qr. Boxes TOBAc'CO at I o', Burnaby i-treet
Cases LOBSTER. SALMON, BEEF, and delivered in Hamilton
PEACHES, PEARS, &c., an d. i ,to 12%'o-miti,
Cases FLORIDA WATER, Lanman & a.ri,. t2alf O'eonny p,,r p
II'u-i,- ttallf Penny per p
Kemp's," This being a home indus
Kegs Cut NAILS, asstl. sizes a continuance of the Publi,
Tubs and Tin., BUTTER T'ins LARD a connuance o
Reams Tomatoe and Wrapping PAPER TJ
Cart HARN ESSES, lamniltoi,, May 15, 1882
Harness LEATHER, -7MUu Alas
Cases Astral OIL, B' IS FI)S
Bales and Quarter Bales H B L. GALi
ernoi, C
Stove COAL of superior Vice Adi
and over th

instances without thlie
orted Ice, which in
m in tiCe saime iImiu-
. water.
reparedtto Irni-h lee
, from 6 a.m, daily,
and Vicinity fiom 8
stry I respectfully ask
c patronage.

uicy Lieut.-General T.
L W E Y, R.E.,Gov-
'iinmiitde in Chieitf,
ral and Ordinarfi, in
these Islands, &4c., &4c.,

quality, Wc.
Ji ll0.,. R O r7'T.rt n [ Junior, has prayed for Adlmiinsir:-
JOHAT F. BURRO1 S.S tion on the state of JOSEI'lI BINJ MIN
Hamilton, 30th October, 182-.--: 3p I OM 0 R, late of St. George Parish, in these Is-
___ _____ __________lands, Boatman, deceased.


EXPECTED ToA.rrive per Schr.
GOODWIN," from Nova Scotia, mo-
mently looked for,
Prime Garnet Red

selected especially for Bermuda Market,
Best Merchantable BR ICKS
Onion SHOOKS, &c., &c,,
which will be offered very Cheap for Cash on
the Wharf.
St. George's, 6th Novr. 1882,

'1 nii is therefore to give notice, that if any
Person or Per..-ns can shew any just Cause % hy
the said dnhii iso:ii.thin should not be L',
tnto the said 'I, iItMAS IIENRY ''PITT', Ju-
nior, he, slhe, or they, are to fi!e his, her,
or theii .ieat, in uritiw,., in the Secretary's
Office of these Islands within Fifteen days from
the publication hereof, otherwise the said Ad-
ministration will be granted accordingly.
Colonial Secretary.
Dated at the Secretary's OlTle,
this 4th day of Novr., 18b2.

HE assortment of Silver Jewelry, insistinging
of Brooch, s and Ear Rings, Brac-lets
English and Cooley BIangles, Lt.l;,-ts. Nii'.k-
els, ,tuds, sleeve Buttuns, and Vest Cha ns,
&c., at Child's. Was never more complete.

Registrar General's twice ,
HAMILTON, 6th November, I,'?.
Y direction of HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR teo r.l1-
lowing table is published showing the deaths from all causes that have been
re-igtered during the four months endingg 31st October last.
BIy thif table it will b- O.:n ttL uut of a total of 15.) deaths for the period, 4
only are given as having been caused by Fever, or Enteric Fever: a very wall pro-
portion. and considerably I'elow the average for the four months of July, August,
September, and Octobc:r.
The large number of 45 give under the heading of disease.s of the Respiratory
System is to be accounted for by the fact that Pertussis, or Whooping Cough has
been very prevalent. and has carried off many children of tender age. Taikinu this
disease as exceptional, the total for the four months shows scarcely any increase on
the average death rate.
The returns of the Health of Her Majesty's Forces in the command have not yet
been received, but a supplementary report thereon will issue at an early date.
Registrar general.

Causes of Death
For the Four Months ending 31st October, 1882,
Extracted from the General Registers of Bermuda.


Section A.
Zvymotic Diseases .......................
Fever ................ .. .* ...........
Enteric' Fever ..................
Section B.
Dropsy, Cancer and other Diseases of-uncertain
and variable seat ............... ...........
LOCAL DlsaAsS. s.
Diseases of the Nervous System.n...........
", Cirutdatory ......... ....
1" 1 Respiratory ............
I Digestiv '.
,1 IT nay ............ .
Diseases of the Organs of Generation............
+ Locomotion ..........
Affections connected with Parturition.......s ,...
Delirium Alcoholicum....................
-till Births..... ......................
Premature Birth........................
Senile Decay..................,.........
Debility .. ... ..
Dentition ............. .... ......
Acciderits ............... .......... '
Acute I-heumatiam ...........................
C'unse Specified. .... ............ I. ...........
Causes not specified or ill defined...............
Deaths from all Cause ......................



Cuokred. rF. t I







The case of "Fever"
as registered, occurred in
PtI-bruke Parish : it was
not certified by a Mndi-
cal Practitiouer, and
wai that of an Infant aix
days old. The Fatherof
the child reporting it as
" Weak from Birth."
Of the three cases of
Enteric Fever all of
which occurred in San-
dys, two u ere returned
as '" Entt.ri,: Fever sue-
ceedi,_ prevailing Fe-
ver" an. one as "Ente-
ric Fever" alone.

Registrar General

War Department Lands.

TENDERS will be received up
to 12 10oon,
On the 16th Instant,
For the following War Department Lettings,
Letting No. 5,
Known as Iichardqon's Lot," ST. GEORGES,
South East f RIyal Barracks, and contain-
ing about I rood, 30 perches of Grazing
Letting No. 50,
"War Depart iint LIuds lying between Forts
Victoria and Albert on the North and West-
ern Redoubt and Old Cemetery on the South,
at ST. GEORGES; comprising about 16 acres,
3 roods and L3 perches of Pasture Land.
Possession of Letnin!, No. 5, 1st
December, 'S2, and No. 50', -it January, '83.
Forms of Ten.leis can lbe obtained at the
Commissariat Office, Hamilton.
A. C. G.,
Senior Commissariat Officer
Commissariat. Hamilton, ] 2
S-th November, 1882.
Stier J1ajesty's Dockyard.
TENDERS are Invited from Join-
ers willing to contract for the
Repair, Varnishing and
Painting of a Quantity of FURNITURE,
at-Admiralty House, Clarenco Hill.
An OFFICER will attend on Tuesday, the
14th instant, at 10 a.m., to point out the
work, and Tenders shewingg proposed
date of completion) will be received by me
up to Noon of

The 18th Instant,
By Order of the Captain-in-Charge,
Acting for Naval Storekeeper.
4th November, 1882.

(about the 6th of .Aovember next)
A < Io0 ,to look after a
Horse and Trap.
Apply at the Office of this Paper.
Hamilton, October 13ih, 1.H82.
Manoel de Andrade, F C Andrew, Barque "Bell-
Vue,' Wm Beek, C Douglas, Henry DeShield, Schr
Frakllin,' Henry Frith, Amos Hilett, Schr "Emma
Jane," R J P James, Eugene Jones, J Leete, Mla-
noel V de Luz, Francisco S Matbos, M V Nunez,
E H Newman, Wm H Robiuson, J i-mith, Samuel
J Smith, Alexander Swan, F A Simmons, Chas H
Smith, Francisco de Silveira, C J Stansby, Eliza
Tucker, Edward Wiegmann.
PO-)T. OFFICE, ST GEORUE, 6-h Nov.. 1882.
Jo..DeSilva, Mr Edwonds, Beniu Smith (St. Da-.
! vid's), Mrs Tomkiuuon, Thomas F Williame.


}THE Lords Commissioners of Her
Majesty's Treasury wishing to withdraw
from circulation the light Gold, the same will
be received in this Office until further Notice.
Persons Tendering for TREASURY BILLS,
or paying in money for other purposes, will be
called upon to piy the liflerec'e between the
weight of the coin tendered and its least cur-
rent weight-natuely
Sovereigns- 12u.5U0 Grains, Troy Weight-
Half Do.- 61.1-.53 Do. Do. Do.
at th,: rate of two-pence (2d.) per grain.
/ H. F. LUKE,
Staff Paymaster,
Treasury Chest Officer.
Treasury Chest Office, Bermuda,
Hamilton, 6th November, 1882.J

Heathcote Hill School,


Ct rlificaLed e Schoolmaster,
CaELTENHAM,andcertificated I.-64by
the Committee of Council on Education. Eng-
land;-also, the holder of, several Certificates
from the Science and Art Department, South
Ktnsington, London.
Having placed the above School under the
control of the Board of Education, begs to
inform the Inhabitants of Somerset, and the,
neighbourhood, that, after December 31stf
i.'-2, this -chool will be open to pupils o.
both sexes. HL will be assisted by Mns,
LINEs, who is an experienced :choolmistress
and successful teacher, and who has obtained
prizes for designs and work in English oint
Lace, both in England and Bermuda.
MRs. LINEs will devote a portion of her
time to the instruction of the young Ladies i4,
plain and fancy Needlework.
MR. LINKS has been a successful teacher for
more than twenty years, and feels himself
thoroughly competent to give a sound general
English Education, and to carry such pupils
as may require it, through the higher branches
of Mathematics and the first stages of Latin
and French.
DRAWING and VocAL Musico will be taught
daily in the School. :
MR. and MRS. LINEs invite the inspection
of their numerous testimonials as to character
and ability before pupils are placed under their
HOLIDAYS,-Eight weeks in the year.
TERMS,-Pupils over nine years of agu 6
per annum-under nine 4 per annum.
Payments are requested to be made punctu.
ally at the end ot each quarter.
November -, t1862.-3

Birthday, Xmas

A Great Variety at the Royal G,'zette Sta-
tionary lore.
Hamilton, Nov. 6, 1882,



T'he Latest, Styles, 1 A Speciality!
The Largest Stock, Fancy China Ware


In the Town for,.,
J. M. McNEIL & CO.,
64 Front Street, 65
Fall and Winter Stock *-
Broad: Cloth, Doe: Skin

And ..
Tweeds, Tweeds, Tweeds

In suits of One Pattrn ,<,h..
Particularly call the attention of the Public
to the Unprtecedented Ass,,rtun.-nt of the va-
rious designs.
Gent.s. Hlose Silk Lisle Thread
Lambs Wool .
Merin and Cotton in .Clocked, Unbleached,
IPlain and Stiped
Silk Satin Linen and Cotton
All Colours and Shades, White and Black.
Silk and Satin Brocaded ,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Embroider-
ed and Hemmed-Stitch.
Gents "Tourist," Lawn Tennis, Cricket,"
"Oxford," Regatta, Oscar Wilde.",
I SHIRTS in White, Striped and assorted
Colors (perfect fitting.)
Gents White Dress Shirts
Bosom 3 Ply.',Linen

'*paelI uo tttuo5oL jo SOpdiiTni suo .us
RiclIardson 's 2200 Fine Linen and
Utica Non-Pareil MUSLIN
Hats Caps Lawn Tennis Caps in Hard
and !_oft Felt
Cardigan Jackets Ready Made Tweed
Pants Suits
Rubber Coats and Leg.ings
Scarf Pins Overhauls
Shirt Stude Cuff Buttons
Hair Brushes. Collars Buttons
Shawl Straps Combs
Feather Dusters Whisn Brooms

Clothes and Hat


Merino, Lambs Wool and Cotton
And many other Articles suitable for Gents
Toilet, too numerous to mention.
Ladies, Children's and Misses Hosi-

Silk Lisle Thread Lambs Wool
Mnrino and Cotton, in White Unbleached
Plain, Colors Fancy, Clocked, Striped
and Half and Half."

An assortment of LADIES WEAR
suitable for the present and coming season.
White and Unbleached COrTONS 36 inches
wide, -8d., 4d., 5d., 6d., 7d., 8d., 9d., per
yard. .
Double Width Sheeting White and TUnbleached
Pillow Case Muslin 5.4 wide, 1/ per yard.

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

Quilts, Blankets and Counterpanes
White and Assorted Colors in Woolen and

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

s ft
Hamilton, October 10. l882.

Ber munda lce,
Made from Pure Rain Water.

Can be used under all circumstances without thb
Innger attending all imported Ice, which iu
most caes aft-ect the system in the same man-;
Ier as a change in drinking water.,
The ubsciiber is now prepared to furnish Ice
at Depot, Buruaby Street, from 6 a.m. daily, f
and delivered in Hamilton and Vicinity from 8
a.m. to 12 o'clock--Sundays excepted.
Price lialf Penny per pound.
This being u home industry I respectfully ask
a continuance of the Public patronage.
Hamilton, May I1', 1882.

Corner and Quecn Street, Huanilton, )
Oct. 31, I ':2. J


SThle Simithery Business
ORMERLY carried on in Hamilton by
FP. W. YOS.,MElt will in future betcon-
ducted by
F. IV. yOSSMJIER and G. W.
With their extensive knowledge of the busi-
ness, the observance of punctuality, and with
af guarantee of ;a t ikfact itin gint.rflly, respect-
fullys solits a share of the Public Patron iq. r
Hamilton, 0 tcber 2n.l, I:'.-2.

The Liverpool & London
ance Company.

rHE Undoersi,-ned. havinr._ been appointed
I I Agents in Bermiuda forth above Coin-
pany (one of the leading Offices in Great Bri-
tain and of -ij years tanuding'l 1rared to
offer protection against FIRE at Muderale
The Annual Report of this Coimpany sub-
mittedat the last Ges enerI iMeeting in Liver-
pool in May, shewing Dividend then declared,
with many other interesting Statistics, the
ITndersigned will be pleased to show to any
one who may apply to them at their Office.
Hamilton. Bermuda, } 2,.
4 Lth k,i 183 .


TTE beg to call the aIttiti'n of the Trade to
a new Article fri"or w we have accept-
Sed the Agency.


Is the very hes- prep)iraiion we have ever seen
or used for declining aud ipolii-hiihr.
Silver Ilatlei \Vre, % ('.>ld 'lated Ware,
Cuispidorte, Plate Glass,
Brass or I'laeil Sin-i, Solid Silver 11Vare,
Nickeled'or "ilver I'1i- ISoda FRPintuini',
ted Show Cases, I Military Equipment".
Or any, intl ,ll surface up' which a brilliant
polish is required without injury to the metals
arid with little labor. In all cases where nickel
plating on Stoves' has. become discolored by
heat Lustro" will restore it to its fori;,Pr
brightness. -Fo popular has it hec,.mpe, that it,
is now the reiognised' :taiidarl orf the Stove
trade for thii Iiprpose*.
It is nhaoluttly free from acid, 7 or other
injurious substances.
It is a preparation of genuine merit and when
once used becomes an article of daily family
use and sales are tepet.a!ed1. Price 25c par bet.
For Sale everywhlire.
H. K. & I'. M THURBER & CO.,
! Y Agents.
New York, Oct,,ber 18, 1882.- 3m

Pr'rtece ic i, again.t. F 2t 4
AT T;i! .; ' MOD E R \T E '. A T AF
Can be obtained from the *
of Lomi,)n,,
Orne of the longest Eit.,'!ished and W\e:.Athiop-
O!hticr in Great Prit.ain.
Through the B31 \N' 1H OFFICE in these
Islands, a saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duly. a very considerable item.
RISKS taken i'oth on REAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.

Hamilron, September 9th, 1856.


Liverpool, Q ,(eainowni, Lonidoin,
and New York.
The STEAMSHIP of this line comprises
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging
to one Coimpranv in the Atlantic service leav-r
ing the port of N'wv. York. Tlihy are built en-
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de-
corative pItri are divided into water-tight
and fire proof c,:,mpartinm~t-, and provided
with evorytti-,in calculated to add to their
safety, and to the comfort :man convenience or
passengers. The. saloons and staterooms (alf
on the main deck) are unii.unily large, lighil
and airy. The table and general appoint.
nients couml-are favourably with thebest hotel,
in En-lanl.
One of these steamers %vill sail from N-w
York every Saturday, for Queenstowrn and
Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, from
New Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage
in currency :-To Queenstown and Liverpool,
$50 to $70. To London dir,. t.(Victoria Docks)
$.0 to $60; excursion tickets ';I0; currency ;
St.-eragce passage $26, currency. For further
particulars apply ,to the Company's Offices,
Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Broadway, New York.
New York, January 27; 1382.


For Sale or Hire.
A Superior Horse Donkey perfect-
lyl armless and Quiet.
With a new style
Carriage and Harness.
The same would suit a Lady or Invalid.
Terms Moderate.
Please apply to
Hamilton, September 5, 1882,


Dr, Bryan's Electric Bells.
Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy.
it.'l Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysti,
Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorderv, Imrpotency,
Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, R 'ematism
Headaches, Female Complai: l., Prec.aure De.
cay, etc.
THIS wonderful discovery in the application o
Electricity enables the sufferer to give soien
tific attention to his own case in accordance with
Nature's laws. The belt acts by aid of the heat
and moisture of the body and evolve "continuous
currents that infuse the system with the vitalizing
element uqtii Ihc disease is overcome, and a re-
:uperative process established.
The Electro-Magnetic Current, as evolved by Dr.
Bryan's aippliauces, stirngthens io nervous system
give force to the brain and digestive hfircion, re-
store lost or impaired power of body or mind
whether arising from acts of imprudence, sickness
or old age.
Illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent
on application. Orders received thr"uuL any re-
sponsible Commission house, and in ordering send
measure round ihe wavist und late the nature of the
complaint, and a suitalle' appliance will be sent to
order. Address:
147 E. 15-Tr l-r, NE', YORK, U.S.\


United St altes ail .Sieaniers.

(OP 2I Ug ~, 2 -OL
a '. *-
W'ISC,(',.'N Tuesday, Oct. 10, aL 3"-3.i p.m.:
ALASKA 17, at 8-00 a.m
WYOMIN;; 24, at 3-00 p.n.'
ARIZONA 31, at 8-00 a.m':
AB'.,-.NIA Nov. 7, at":.;!' p.m.
WISCO .'N 14, at 7-00 a.m
ALASKA 21, at 1130 p.m'
!:: 7lF.t.e e ,acr' are itil e' re .-l for
the Trade, have five watertight i..tih e.:',, and
carry experienced O i'lte's, ,,P -on Un .i .-t -
ardiesses. The S:L,,n A,: r ii.,tl ,'i. are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steam'ers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck !peniiii.. into l;the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, pi rficl ventilation and li'h,/.
Smoking 0oom, iBath Room and Piano tn
each -tei.] ..'1r.
The U. S. ';ial tA'.l*..1" 0Orinoco" from
Bernuda, iur-.-ay-, *-..ier ,il, arrives at New
York oan oMondays, ank :':.- -.-'ge s' ,: -:.- .: carl
be transferred direct to '- Li erI ..Il Steamier
sailing next day.
29 Broadway', New York.
New York, September 21, 1882.

", .. ,s e... 1 : '
;.* I-, ... ^ ,'. ... ,. .- I
is confidently recommended to the S public as
an ,nifailiu-, remedy for wounds of every de-
scription; a certain ri-needy for ulcerated leg,
burns, scalds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic
eruptions, and pimples on the face, sore and I
inflamed eyes, sore heads, sore breasts, piles.
It also ciitirn-ly removes the foul smell ari-ing
from Cancer.
Sold in pots, 131d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 1-Is. I
and 22s. each; and his
priLgjB...;E N ,1,a-..%CIsOPIaULAa OR
,tL'W'5;.s-.'i Ve a pILLS
Proved by more than sixty years' experience
to be one of the best medicines for pinrifying
the blood and assisting Natiure in her opera-
tions. They form a mild and superior family
aperient, which may be taken at all times
without confinement or change of diet.
Sold in Boxes at 131d., 2s 9d., 4s. 6d., -11.
and 22s. each.
Prepared only by BEACH & BARNICOTT
Bridport, Dorset England, and sold by all
Medicine Vendors.

.Removal of B'arbering
From Queen to Front Shtreet, Up-
stdabs Over -o. 4-17.

HE E Under:signed in thanking
the Public and the Inhabitants ,,niiterallv
for the palr<.nage they have extended
towards him. Iho'eL- by ',ri<.t aliention to RP !si-
ness at his NEW\V E'STA BLIkS11,! ENT, Frout
Street, Upstairs over No. 47, to merit a con-
tiiiance of 'same.
HamirHin, July Ith, 1882.

JM. AMcNei1& Co",
64 Front Street, 6,5
Are ready to take Orders for Gent's
White Dress Shirts,
.le -atire ilaktn :rni Fit G '!!,i!,,tieLt.

ALU 0,
A Lar;:,e Assortment of

All of the latest dc-i'ns..
i -a; npl. of lo -...i, on hand.
For reference to fit apip:, to
IHna ii;o \,!'.l t 29, 5 2. *

Everybody wants it, but v,:ry few get it,
because most people do not know how to
select cofft-e, or it is spo!ile in the roast-
ing or making. To o ,viate th-.-.dif',:Hi l-
ties has been our study. TiiiTrb).r's p.' k-
-:;;, cOffees are s.,i'.-l.1 by an expert who
mii,.l'rstau,:l the art of blending various
flavors. They are ro'astel in the most
perfect manner (it i imp.:,.sille, to roast
a,.1l in small qiiantitie.s. t.',a put in
pound packag-:'s (au Ih- 1...i :. .,, ground,)
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuineness, and each p,(ttki ge'contains thee
Tlin'1rlerre'ipue for mlakini- good'. Coflfe. We
pa.k two kinds,Thurlber's -1 fo. 34-1," strong
and pulingent ; Thurb.-r'.s No. 41," mild
and rich. One or ltb- other willIsuit every
taste. They have the three gre:d points,,
tI" jti....7 I.ii, honest q .,u !:'/! i.1.1. i.'ii
price. Ask your Grocer for Thurber's
roasted (,'idl e in pound packages, "No. 34"
or "'K ,. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your own palaI will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
th.- "Ideal" C'ot,.e-i-pot. the simplest, best
and cheapest coff-.e-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Lespl;t fully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New'' York.

P.S.-As the la.rge-st. dealer..- in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goo:,ds ind pack them in a tidy
and satisfacu-_,ry manner. All E-.os
bearing our name are g airant-.e,1 to be
of superior quality, pure and wholesome,
and dealers are authorized to refund the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
and consumers to use Th urb r.,' brands.

Lime Lime !! Lime !!

ITME ,urnt with Cedar Wood
and Coal, can be purchased at the Kiln
in this Town from one bushel to 25 at 9d.;
for all orders over 25, special arnngeients can
be made.
On application at Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, May 15th, 1882.
A rraiig-nments:for delivery to any part
of the Island can also be made.

i. & E. ATKINSON'8'
celebrated for nearly a century past, is of the
very best English manufacture. For its
purity and great excellence it has obtained
Nine Prize Medals, including London,
Vienna, Philadelphia,
Only Gold Medal, Paris, 1878,
Two Silver Medals and "First
order of Merit," Melbourne, 1881.
and all other odours, of the finest quality only.
is strongly recommended, being more lasting
and fragrant than the Oerman kinds.
o:lebrated:for so many years, continues to be
made as heretofore It Is strongly Perfumed,
and will be found very durable in use.
a new and indispensable Toilet aeoompani.
ment, and most refreshing Perfume for the
and other Speelaflleand general articles of
Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, and of the maBe.
84, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Priett Lids Jrn on Apleation.
CAUTTIO.-F'araehmrs ar eautioned to avoLd
cunterfelu by obrving hat each artele is
labeltled with he ftrm' Trde Mark, a Whie
.,,e- on a Goolden Lyre."


In an Officer's family 4 GOOD
must be well recommended. Liberal wages
will be given to a suitable persou.
Apply at the:Office of this Paper."
October 3' i 2.

Real Estate in IHamilton
Parish for Sale.

A Dwelling

Queen .street,

.11 UDA.

Prompt iatenlio)n given to cousionnents.
_"'Auctlion and Fiidays.

Hard Stone Lime.

For Sale.
A Quantity of the above warrant-
ed Hard Stone, for Sale at CooMBS
FAnMa, Southampton, West.
Arrangements may be made for delivery at
the Kiln or at any>part of the Island on appli-
?ation to
Sepenmber 2, l S2.--3ms

" Horses, Carriages and
Carts for lHire.
The UIider-ligned having a fit out in the above
Line--tarriages Cmil'nfrttlle, I ir e, Quiet and
Drivers steady, respectfully s,,lilts a Sh:re o'
the Public P.'iro,,-g. ,

Near the Rectory, Paget.
July 2-1, 1882.-6 m

obt. G. Lee & Co.,

18 Le-, lenhall Street,
Personal att-entiion given to Consignmentq of
l.erinuda PRODUC E and the killing of her-
onudian orders.

Compl61e 11anures
.B,.m uJa.


GEORGE B. FORRESTER having analyzed
several qualities of Bermuda Soil, is pre-
pared to furnish a COMPLETE MANURE,
Suitable to the several crops grown in these
Strawberry, &c., &e.
A trial is solicited.
Full directions will be given to each buyer
Prices furnished and orders taeou by
Manufacturer, 169 Front Str'eet,
I New York.
Hamilton, August 16th, 1882.-3 m.

S.. .A.NCf(.-NOVE M ill : 1882.

" .ide, .- ..MARKS.

S n, is. .

7 1 6 31 4 57 261 4 18 J:ini.ic.t Maildue.
8 ;6 33 4 57 7 5 6
S 6 34 4 5628 5 54 Priu,'eof Wales b
10 i6 35 4 55 0 7 3 ['4
11 ; .6 35 4 55 1 8 18 St. Martin.
12 6 36 4 4 9 6 i-23-d it'fler Tr'itqi
13 ob 38 4 54J 3 9 54
New MI.,ou, 10 day, 7 hour, Q minute, P.M.



T VE Bt'inMUA RoAL vGA7,ETTEis published
every teay, b DJONALD 11HEE LEE,
Printer to the Qiciie. MAlost Excellent
"; ._j styy,
Northwest Corner of Reid and I1 ui naby Streets
Where Blanks, Hand-bills, &e, will be
griated at 'ite shortest notice -Agents
St. Georses for the Ropyal Ga:.le', .'lessrs.
GRORGE BouLL & "ON, West End, Water

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And Parcel of L ol* D, con-
taining Three Acres, Two Rods and Ten
Perches, mot or less, in Hamilton Parish.
Bounded Easterly by Lands of the Widow of
the late Anthony Samuel Trott. Southerly.
on the Sea. Westerly, by Lauds of Robert
Peniston, an1 Northlirly on a Pund or Salt
Water Ltake, commonly known as "'' North's
Pond." The Land is interested by the new
Military Hoad, which runs quite near the
Dwelling I louse. Price moderate. Apply
early to ,, .
14th August, I -i2.

William James Heney,
Shipping and Commission Agent,

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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, H!amiltou, Tuesday, November 7,1882.


Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Friday 3rd November, 1882.-Pursuant to ad.
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Win. H. Gosling,
J. H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
G. S. Tucker,
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy
The Honble. James Tucker presented a Petition
from certain residents of Devonshire Parish pray-
ing for an extension of the Pond Road, west of
DIevonlbire Church, for reasons set forth.
Adi-mrned to Tussday next, the 7th instant, at
11.30 a-m

Abstratd of the Proceeding~s of the Honorable
HTouse of As8emidy.
Friday, 3rd November.-Mr. W. J. Frith gave
notice, that on the next day of meeting he will
move a Mfrpaego to His Excellency the Governor
respectfully ruei':.-sing him to prorogue Prlira-
The Resolve -r:Anting compensation to Win. H.
Green for his services on the "Stella" Comnmis iow
Inquiry in 1875, was read a second time and com-
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. Dill moved ihur the blank he filed up "18
Mr. Frai-. moved that it be filled up 12,"
which was negatived.
Ayes 7. Nays 18.
Mr. Dill's motion was affirmed.
The House resumed and adopted the Rc-Llvp,
and it was ordered to be engrossed.
The Bill entitled "An Act r.lnaing to certain
Treasury Liabilities," was read a third time and
The Bill to amend the Revenue Cu'lctirtii Acts,
was again committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. W. J. Frith moved that the Committee rise-
which was negative.
Ayes 9-Messrs. S C Bell, W J Frith, H H Gil-
bert, J M Hayward, WS Masters, S A ,lnIteir, W
R Peniston, J N Smith, T F J Tucker.
Nays 14-Messrs. Speaker, F M Cooper, R J P
Darrell, N J Darrell, T N Dill, R D Fraser, S B
Gray, A J Hodsdon, C C Keane, A M O Wdi y, C
Peniston, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson,T J Wadson.
The question was put on the proposed addition to
the 7th Clause and it was negatived.
Ayes 4-Messrs. T N Dill, R D Fraser, S B
Gray, A M Oudney.
Nays 19-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Cooper,
R J P Darrell, N J Darrell, W J Frith, H H Gil-
bert, A J Hodsdon, J M Hayward, C C Keane, W
N Masters, S A Masters, T W Mercer, W R Penis-
ton, C Peniston, J N Smith, TF J tucker, RiTynts,
W H Wilkinson, T J Wadson.
The Seventh Clause was negative.
Ayes 4. Nays 19.
The House resumed.
The Chairman obtained leave to sit again.
The Bill to encouragethhe formation of a Bermuda
Steam Ship Company was again committed.
Mr. Merceer in the Chair.
Mr. Cooper moved that the 1st blank in the 5th
Clause be filled up five."
Mr. Dill moved that it be filled up four," which
was atlir'.:-.. Ayes 13. Nays 12.
Mr. Cooper moved that the 2nd and 3rd blanks
be filled up," six."
Mr. Fraser moved that they be filled up ," five'
T-which was negative. Ayes 7. Nays 18.
Mr. Cooper's motion was affirmed. Ayes 18,
Nays 7.
Mr. Cooper moved the last blank in that Clause
be filled up "13,600."
Mr. Fraser moved that it be filled up "3,000-
which was negative.
Ayes 8.-Messrs. R J P Darrell, T N Dill, R11 D
Fraser, J M Hayward, W S Masters, A M Oudney
W R Peniston, J W Pearman.
Nays 17.-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M
Cooper, N J Darrell, W J Frith, H H Gilbert, S B
Gray, A J Hodsdon, C C Keane, S A Masters, T A
Outerbridge, C Peniston, J N Smith, T F J
Tucker, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson, T J Wadson.
The Clause with the blanks filled up was affirmed.
The 6th ('l.'-- agreed to.
Mr. Cooper moved the 7th Clause.
The Attorney General moved amendments there.
to, which were severally agreed to.
The 7th Clause as amended 8th, 9th, 10th, llth,
were then agreed to.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill, and it was
Mr. Cooper gave notice of his intention to move
a recommittal of the Bill for general purposes.
The Resolve providing for Repairs and Mainte.
nance to the old Quarantine Buildings at Nonsuch,
was read a third time and passed.
Adjourned to Monday next.

SMonday, 6th November.-Mr. W. J. Frith moved
that a committee be appointed to enquire and ri-
port on suzh Laws as have expired or are about to
expire, and that it be an instruction to the com-
mittee sbat such report be laid upon the table of
this House at the first meeting of the ordinary Ses-
sion of next year, and that it be a further instruc-
tion to the committee to report the original and
amending Acts, by their titles and date as well as
the continuing Acts.
Ordered, that Mr. Dill, Mr. Cooper and Mr.
Middleton be the committee for that purpose.
Mr. W. J. Frith moved that a message be sent
to His Excellency the Governor respectfully re-
quest that His Excellency will be pleased to
prorogue the Legislature, this Branch of it having
already met upwards of Forty days for the trans-
action of public business and the present busy sea-
son, rendering it highly inconvenient for Members
to attend-which was not seconded.
The Bill to amend the Act to prevent danger
from the storage of dangerous commodities"-.-was
read a second time and committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the chair.
Mr. Wilkinson moved the first clause, blanks
filled up 500 feet "-which was agreed to.
The second Clause was agreed to.

Mr. Wilkinson moved Clauses as No, 3 and 4,
which were severally agreed to.
Mr. Wilkinson moved that the duration be to
the 31st December 1886.
The Attorney General moved that itbe to the 31st
December 1883-which was negative.
Ayes 8. Nays 14.
Mr. Wilkinson's motion was affirmed.
The House resumed and adopted the Bill, which
was ordered to be engrossed.
The ten day rule respecting the passage of Re.
solves being suspended, the Resolve granting cer-
tain compensation to Wm. Henry Green, was read a
third time and passed.
Ordered, on motion of Mr. Dill, that a Message
be sent to His Excellency the Governor, together
with a copy of the Petition from certain residents
of Devonshire Parish praying for the extension of
a road leading partly around the Marsh, &c., for
reasons set forth ; respectfully requesting that His

Excell-ncy will be pleased to obtain from the
Board of Public Works a report on the subject and
an Estimate of the probable cost of the extension
prayed for.
The order for the further consi-leration of the
Bermuda Steamship Bill was discharged for the
adjourned to Friday next.
Orders :-
Revenue Collection Bill.
Bermud.A Steam Ship Bill.
Dangerous Commo'diiies Bill.

DEAR Mn EDITOR.-We have often noticed in
dry we;ither, and when hoping for a refreshing
shower, that p..rtent..un clouds would rise and
spread from horizon to horizon, but on approach-
rig gpsw,:,:p past with terrific force and contrary to
our expectations give us all wind and no rain.
The comet is supposed to have an influence on our re, and knowing by our weather forecasts
from which quarter the wind would blow we ex-
pected a storm. We saw the cloud rising in your
Notice To Correspondents," and as it must be
an ill wind that blows nobody good," we looked
for something beneficial, but alas it was all wind
and no rain. Not so with John's" 1st Episrle
which contributed some notes on Church history
in Bermuda, but uif..,rtuuiotly for the writer, in
looking lith nu-i the "spectacles," in his imagina-
tion he took us to be t s,h'- ,'1., personality as Pi. .
byterian," because "of like habits." We beg to
inform him that every shot in that di,.-.t i was a
miss. His eights were too elevated. "P r.: -b, te.
rian's" lines being nearly parallel with ours and
the same spirit influencing us may account for such
a result. We could not but i'i>, ..- in an occa-
sional smile as shot after shot fell harmlessly be-
yond .... it. up dust, opo.it0l'" &c. We
would recommend to him a i,'.i. pt.-i in judg-
ingdistances, so that should h, ; .i ihirtve to reply
he might be more accurate. He asserts that none
of the Warwick candidates have any part or lot in
support of our advances, and bases that assertion
on his "judgment." We reir'z?, for the sake of
the cloth, it is our duty to ad.l, t!,i, is .liinb. i
testimony to the fact, that even ministers are not
always infallible in their judgment. We are well
satisfied with the results of our 1st epistle : -..
It has caused our o,- u I i-., ;,.;.i.-. ,. his colours,
and his p-..-iti .' is i'l .-,iiti.,l. Vu muditate no per-
sonal attack on him in his present position, but we
maybe allowed to :-:.i :-t. that should another
I ..iit.:.-i b presented it'r the House, or at the
if,.:,t ..f the Throne, the yeas and nays of the congre-
gation be taken, agreeable to our well known
"Another Presbyterian" has walked into his own
trap. In looking thr-;iigh the "spectacles," in his
imagination, he saw th i-!.:t -'f the .;ra: .Yd-.1,"
and took it to be "his old ~."l..!l .vith a new'face,"
and accordingly attempted to lay hold on it. The
r'-.ult I.u'hlt i. have pretty well cured him of his
b.l.ot i:,w. H-e must be conscious of thli- u-id de-
feat that he and his ...i- ,..., have r,.-,. iv..- 4nce
we wrote our first epistle. We are conversant with
stratagetic manoeuvres, but have no occasion to re-
sort to them; and if the dissenting forces have
nothing more than their spectacles, their imagina-
tion and their judgment to support them, th.,ey had
better save their honour by tendering an uncon-
ditional surrender at once. Another unsuccessful
attempt on his part, is, that after stating that we
had made no advances he' contradicts himself by
saying that he cannot allow us to make these ad-
vances without an effort to refute them. Then
comes a long quotation without any refutation.
As he has read and re-read without any light,"
let him read again, but let him take care that there
be nothing on his eyes to keep out the light. He
contributes a fine .)aii.__-er.r to our T.. l'r-,eeut.i-
tives. From it on.. w.:.-M infer they had as many
faces as a heathen idol, one for the outside of the
House and another for the inside; one for the old
Parliament and a-uth1' f-r the new. AftE r lt-ii,
aside the honour due on the one side, he i.,1.1., tip
very conspicuously that due on the other. He
honors the men by whom are "' .i.;.'A moral vie-
tories won." If he would only conquer his own
spirit, that would be a "grand moral victory won,"
greater than that of taking a city" or winning a
graveyard. "All honor to the Church of En '.*e.1, i
-bless God for her," he cries. We beseech him
to give us no more wind, rain is what is needed.
How can be say
"Pray that Jerusalem may have peace and felicity,
Let them that love thee and thy peace have still
prosperity," c
when by his advocating such a question as thi,
which is neither an article of faith nor an essential t
of salvation, he knows full well he is disturbing V
the peace of her members ? Let him honour the
Church in deed and not in word only. It is better h
to have an old friend with a new face than to have i
any friend with two faces. He says do not let
your heart run away with your head," but I pre-
sume that oftentimes where his heart is, there his
head is also. He asks what harm does he inflict i
on the ltt.,rli.t, by his lI':[ilily to their cause ?" 1
We answer we never intended harm to the M -rt l,.- s
ists. If this question was looked on favourably by c
our Episcopal brethren we would not say a word t
against it. We have always countenanced the e
Methodists as often as we had :'i' rtunitv ; el c
we fear that they are allowing a -jitit t.., ,.h- l:.l r
itself among them hostile to the f,-.,tiu.iI of Eli-'...- I
palians, and which in the end will pi ...- an injury e
to themselves. We cannot .:.,v ply with his request c
to make our final bow" over our own proper k
signature. We are not anxious on that account. t
His lines have already been surveyed by our in- c
telligence staff. He might have been asleep at the -
time, or perhaps he v ... i', l. house of Lords or r
Commons awaiting t .t '-* i-li.t After the bat- c
tie is over, and the "grand moral victory won," b
we in.''L'. .Oe no objection to an introduction, and r
we hope on as friendly terms as ever, but we can- a
not alter i.u r pl, n to satisfy his honest doubts, bc
To be continued by (
Warwick, November 4th, 1882. d
A Typhoon at Manila.-MADn D, Oct. 24.-An of- f
ficial despatch from Manila, dated the 21st instant, I
states that the typhoon destroyed all the wi.....l-u '
and thatched houses and carried away the iron and d
tiled roofs of the others. Sixty thousand families a
are homeless. The barracks, hospitals, government c
offices and factories were destroyed. The loss of
life, however, was r laCi-vly small. Malaoan and
Boulacan were also devastated. Communication is- t

interrupted between Manila and the other towns on
the Island of Luzon. One hundred sailors were
drowned. "
Gale in E ,y'. .'J.-Loxnow, October 24, 3P.M.- c
A heavy gale is raging in England. Telegraphic c
despatches from the Continent are delayed by the
storm. Considerable damage has been done in
many parts of the country. The rivers are over-
flowing their banks.
LoxnoN, October 25.-The gale yesterday did a
vast amount of damage throughout the country.
Many distri,'-ts were fl..,ded. The shipping along 1
the vos.t t.iffervd sAverely. A steamer was sunk in
the channel by a collision and nine person were
drowned. At Sheerness the gale has not been equal-
led in thirty years. Several vessels were lost on
the coast, and in some instances with all their crews.
Mr. Davitt, the Irish agitator, is on a visit to the
Highlands of Scotland for the purpose of urging
the Scotch farmers to demand a reduction of their

Comets and their InfluenIces.

Even Seneca, who was su far in ,advance of the
phil',.ophers of his day as to maint-in that' comets
like planet.s travel in fixe'l orbits, .cous-iered that
comets were naturally regarded as tokens of divine
wrath "The host of Ieave-nly constellations," he
said, "beneath the vault of heaven, whose beauty
they adoru, attract no. attention ; but if auy uu.
usual appearance be noticed among them, at one
all eyes are turned heavenward. The Sun i- only
looked on with interest when he is undergoing-
Eclipse. Men th.e Moon only under like
condition. The like is true of Comets. When one
of these fiery bli'dli. of unusual form appears, every
one ii e.9p-er to know what it means; men forget
other objects to inquire about the new arrival;
they know not whe.-ther to wonder or to tremble;
for many spread f,-ur on all iid:--, drawing from
the phenomenon most i-iave pro-ngi-.i-'."
It would be well if our own times were freer from
these ill.'.- feti, for it would implyr that men were
freer from the ,.b,.-nwc effects of ini-irance and
superstition. BAt JI o not pr.p ..-.. t, -...-isider
here the unwisdom of the b.-F.:r that bodies travel-
ling u,;t'f..ri'Ily in .1, Suite p'1ths under the influence
of the law of g.-i \-yit should be r,-:r\i'..O] as special
ministers warning men either of evil or of :-".' 1I ap-
proaohinst them. A man who could believe that
Halley'. Crm:.t, h 1 e ri turn was predicted wi hin
four weeks in 177i, an.l vtirlini a few hours (so
.sr.-ittltv had the ku ,w.,._'-e of the planets and of
their it r ,-tin.r power iii rn. o-1; in l'b i>, was a
messed ger p.f.., .!ely sent from heaven on these oc-
casions (or, by puitv:.f .-o-'-.,iiuJ, in its earlier
visits to our n-i i,:urih,.,,.,', <..!iil believe any-
thing; reason'oa w-.,iil.1 ,, t-,'.:,-u away on such a
one. But, there is a 1.-li-f. erroneous no doabt, but
not ,it',,. -:r unreasonable, which merits such at-
tention as is implied by r fiiutr;on. I refer to the
belief b tt comets lutriui their prs'. --h to the
earth'-, .... ,t.i-', or r i t!he Sun's may modify
terret'- ti weather either directly or by tli'i airi i. n
on the Sun. To this bdi.f. which by some is re-
gardetl as worthy to be -i'l -, iz f..,,,-- I now pro-
pose to ..-.', some of the t- '- ;i. h :i.-. ,- .e- -
ploys for the purpose of i-'' the truth or
of. miy of an hypothesis.

So soon as it was shown tlh -t ti-n paths of Comets
do not carry them within millions of miles of the
earth, or even of the outermost fringe of the earth's
S.... Ci' ..., the faith in direct cometary action be-
came untenable. Yet many still maintained the
theory that a comet acts dir.. -i upon tl.e ,-=.ith.
because they il. -.,-1 that the' malefic influence
of comets had been r,,'" ], established by ob-
servation, lL..ilzu1, the manner in which this in-
fluence is exerted had been nui- uil-r-.toi.i.
There was indeed one occasion when apparently
men had some reason for their fears. It is some-
what aitiu.1 i-. .', thatt ithe fate of Billa's Comet
has a ', t.i.-:,.i'-b well ascertained, to think of the
':.,ii-'"hi'. h that ':mu.: .-,i. 1 in 1832.

Since that time Billa's Comet h ri. ma'i seven re-
volutions, and fr.-l.i t i' lt-, not come near the
earth (so far at least ; i',- .i- ... i i ..,! ru-,:.'1, yet
the Comet has undergone .i-. Iluti,-i, hli'-- pro-
duced is not known, but probably by solar action.
In 1872 passed, ti,! ..-! t-' Comet's
train of meteoric attendants, but some twelve weeks
after the Comet itself had passed the place where
the earth thus traversed the family of bodies fol-
lowing along the Comet's orbit. There was a
beautiful display i-.f f.llir, stars, but the c.,ith
passed on w'.,lly ,tijuij,,,:,l.
This was not, a- it :..u described, a p- ,-
of the eartl. r'' b: l l t i t' a 'u t '..' wa'J
meteoric tr.-i t .l it e tiily n e Ilact ,I:.-
I-'' '-". ."" '* yii' "-'. .Ii .. ,.. i : i..u it, sp ace.
It is worthy of -.:iti- -, i h ,'w T- r, '. l,h a th.:' ,-.i.-th has
passed thr ili 'h- ti- ii l ,f ,:.:r-t al-':> 'without
serious consequences. This happened in the case of
the famous comet of 1861, one of the mos magnifi-
cent ever seen, though the nature of it's p thi was
such that the comet was not observed by many
except astronomers. During that .-il-ht *
it was noticed by some t.'-l ' a that the sky was
full of what was described as a phosphorescent
light. "u .. hi..- this observation was trustworthy
or not, it is certain that if the phenomenon had
any real existence, it was by no means striking. It
is equally certain that no other effect was observed,
and that the earth experienced no manner of mis-
chief during it's passage through that great comet's
So far as we can judge there is no danger what-
ever for the earth from the r.---1;:.- through a
comet's train of meteoric attendants, ,.e- t''r..i.-ni the
tail. Whether the passage of the earth directly
through a comet's bead would cause any mischief
is as yet doubtful. From what we know of C. i-.-1.
structure, however it seems Ao'i; 1:: rlj-,t any serious
harm could happen to the earth, even if she came
into direct conflict with the nucleus of hi largest

Taking the next question whether a Comet may
an some other way i:.rii ...- ,- the earth, as by its
eight, or heat, or some !',:.-r emanation, science
imply asks another question in reply, viz.,- i.-o.r
can such influence be produced? We can measure
he 'ii i'h. hi..h comes from a comet, even the I-i -.,t-
at, and we flV I that it is x.--,...iu ly small by
omparison t-ith h.- light \-. ;',.~-r ui-.. the full
noon. We cannot measure a comet's heat, -iinplv
because no instrument hitherto devised is delicate
enough even to al-ft. an indication of heat from a
miet. eA.s for .- !..r forms of emanation, science
nowss of none which can come from a comet more
han from the p1q.set; ,rr from the moon, which are
certainly not cra 'tr.e,..l as sources of deleterious
t-u'ntl u -. In point of fact science not only has
oa d prior reasons for supposing that a comet
would produce any ri.--'eui,' 'a:f. .-rfe tI ..n the earth
uy it-- 1i-!,t. heat or *..,t-i'r- i Il i..-, iru has every
eamoe of that kind f.rr b Ii.t-'-il, ti,.t a comet is
absolutely powerless to produce any effect, -..-.. -
wador iuinifr.-. ir, onithe earth or other planets.
f course it un.i.. 'i.:il be that d posteriori reasons
night exist f-..r .,, ihiii : ..emets as mischievous or
dangerous. If, f..r ii-5.,i. '-, it had been found that
he appearance of a comet was always, or generally,
followed by certain effects, as by excessive heat,
league, or pestilence, or the like, we should hardly
>e able, perhaps, to ie-. "*1 the coincidence as acci-
lental. In that case, however unlikely it might
appear antecedently to the student of scienee that -
omets could *,ii-.. i .... *'i-- affect the earth, he
would be bound t. ia..ii,- tuirther, in order to see
whether the connection apparently existing be-
-ween comets and bhd years of such uii. -u--ti kinds

were real or not. It would require, let it be at
once admitted, a great weight of evidence to force
any one really acquainted with what has been dis-
covered respecting comets to believe that any such
connection exists. This is 4 .,'uviily misunder-
stood. Many think that students of science have
come to a f-c.- -..: conclusion in the matter, as in
the corresponding case of supposed pl n-it ary in-
fluences. In reality it is simply because the stu-
dent of science r'-. nui/ .t Pe enormous antecedent
i prtl.birty of the p .pd-ir ideas about cometary
etff.'t~ up...n the earth, that he pays very little at-
tention to the evidence which many persons think
they find in favor of these ideas. He knows, also,
better than those who have not studied the subject
what an enormous mass of facts has been gath.
ered together, from i'mong which, by due selection,
what would seem like ovt'rwI-laiuig, evidence could
be found in favor of ilru.-', any theory. It could
be proved to the perfect satisfaction of all, erc, pi
those who have studied the subject, that comets pro-
duce heat or cold, health or pestilence, wars and

famines, or periods of pear"? and plenty. When
we take the entire evidence we find, as' w might
expect, that it is fairly tlincedi for all these con-
tradictory influence-, or, in otlthe:r words, that there
is no evidence at all in favor of cometary offe(-ts on
weather, or on health, or on the rt-lationu of men
and nuati.ns among each other.
Thi. is, of course, no new discovery. Ever since
modern science began-by whi..h I mean science
depe-nliuy' on systie-mat.-, observ Itio-it has been
luown that tlhe idea -of cruen tarv intluenres had no
support in observed fa.i t-. Ri.'i&ED A. Pr.ocriRn.

From Eumroipe and the TniIed Slates.
The Miil Steamer Orinoco, dui Fras,-r. from
N. :- Y'..ik, Tri,.hi port she left at 5 p.m. of Thurs-
diy last, arrived at her wharf at 2p.m. ,uf Sun.i.ty,
i ft,-r a pleasant run.
The 0. has been on the -.i- h;. trip and has had,
her i-..-tt.m cleaned and p iut,.,d.
WV are indebted to C r't in Fri-.r, Mr. Purser
Dupont and W. E. T.dl...t 3a.! J. A. Couver-i. Es-
quires, passengers, for New Y...rk pllp r of 2nd

The Park Theatre New York was l.urne-1 to the
r.--m-il in an incredibly short time on the evening
,f -fl. October. Mrs. Langtry's debut was iih
postponed ,,' fashionable society wasi- iri-spoud-
iv' :' disappointed.
T-- lives were lost by the fire. ('lirk the sa.i,:-
carpenter, .'i 1 at the New York Hospital. Leo,
the carpenter is now known to have been buried in
t ii.:. Through the carelessness of the police
several -'..1-'..i :-. occurred il n' m- tien fire.
Both Mrs. Langtry and .'I'., A: .,-y are in con-
stant receipt of :i-i.L. r.(i.- r ,,:.- .'. ,-. One of
these led to an ;.. .?...-".t .y w it-t..lh t .-,li> k'.
Thn.. is placed ', t'r'. h li* ; t' LL-. A.lbr. ri-.
L ,! r-i v t" .I... 1 in-;ly a|..pear ih.r,-' on next
S...., '* ~-i lit ru A. r! ITueial match."
In N 'r. York on the 31st October, Ilie wife of Dr.
Edward C. -1*i',:. in a fit of melancholia blind-
folded and 1.. i:,j .ii.. her three little children
and 'h. ': dead. She then killed herself.

LoNDoN, October 24.--Parliament re-assembled
'.;. In the House of '..:iii., L.:ir..fl I liI,,ph
i'i i'.. '...- -. .iive, contended that the present
; it ., it r,.--', ..,ft -r th.- A ip ,r..!i i l ti, l !.ill h .1l.
received the l .- R i .- ',t, :, l rn1 ,-'I 1 th,- .ilj.,uri-
ment ..f t.- ii.., in order to protest against an
autumn session.
Mr. Gladstone spoke against the motion, which
was defeated by a vote of 209 to 142.
V.f-. :1, l-i *1 then gave notice that he w..ui!.
move a vote of thanks on Th -c.. ,- next to tihe-1
British Ac,,\ v .. v : ..t.
H i r. Gi ...r .'.- m o-.:.1 1 .:- 1 7. 1 n-ih ; .1. --. r -
dence to tl,.-rules of pi.. ..- L i-:i .-> -1i.t. down.
It was opposed, by the Conservatives, it t h-:- House
1i.i i ,.i it "as carried by a vote of 98 to 47.
... .. called attention to the committal
of Mr. E. Dwyer Gray. He said he was glad to
see Tt. I'*_i y present in the House to-day. Pre-
cedents, M r. Gladstone i_.. .1, \.:.. .... i;'1-. 1'.
in favor with th iT,.i t ;..:. of a ... m,.t--.. u '.iU..
o ,Y-' .-.and he ,,.... : :I L .-. ,_I.. (, I,, of :n.:hi
committee. T .- u,,iiii -'. he announced, con-
templated submittine-, early in the next -,--i,..u, a
measure .... .. committals for contempt.
Mr. '' l .--. 1 Mr. '-! i..u: to enlarge the
scope of the i,,T.h be made by ti.: committee
S'... '. in %-. : Li. case, else, he said, the time
occupied by the committee in its deliberation would
be wasted. Ha contended 'I .I-t. (i- ..l' i ., con-
sider was a modification of the power of judges.
.-1 Henry James, Attorney General, -.n1, ir' -L...l
that the ; i the ...;i' .. u .:- thl '
mittee wasa matter .t 1' ;. .. the House
,,i ..I not go beyond the ,: ,i-: t ,t hi ;aii-l the
point ,f c 1i. it ..% .
Mr. ;! .. -. .-' .i motion was agreed to.
Sir Stafford -i t-: inquired when ti. papers
in relation to EI:.L.- would be ir.'., iut.:.!, what the
Government's ., : were in i_-.-'ti'lto the
policy to be persued toward that country, and
whether it was '-'-" .-1, as rumored, t ,- t,:to
F:.-.,L.- a large portion oi the cost of the late war

Mr. Gladstone said the ...'.-.. 111, ,.-,l
at once. In regard to ter i -;. t!". .. -, :ruiiai t.
were less ri.e. -u. w i', t-l.,-,. ,-ere six months
ago, but they would hold out no expectation of
'-T,-r' d'-wvn aI- ',!..t scheme for ,..- approval of
Ith.- 'i.- during the limited time at itE 1I-i .- .
The declarations of the r : ,:,it, he il, i. i -.t.
be very reserved; but if the Opposition wv-h.-. 1 to
attack their c 1. v the Government would arrange
to bring forward an issue.
LOnDON; i: i :.1 '..-The House of Commons
was crowded this afternoon.
Sir L'h .1!:- I!i; .., Under F..L.- I-iu Secretary, re-
.1' i i to Mr Arnold, said no convention had been
concluded w;i1' ... ypt for ch-rc-inr: the cost of the
army of occupation on th, '.1-r ii,-. He also
said that the Soudan and UITE:! E .vit. were un-
I .,.t..11i; disturbed, but the newspaper reports
were exaggerated,
Mr. l .1 -I .L.-, moving a vote of thanks to the
commander, ..i. and men of the British army in
Envut. said he would not ask the House to commit
-. I i.. the Government's policy. He praised the
Indian contingent as most worthy of the brother-
hood into which :- vi -. d entered. It would be the
duty of the Government to propose suitable annui-
ties for .A Lir i Seymour and General Wolseley,
who, he said, had accepted peerages. He spoke for t
an hour and concluded with a '- i..,'-l-.., on the
confidence the country might repose in its irlht ryv
A motion by Sir Wilfrid Lawson, amounting to
an indefinite 1{ a1.. U.-in.ia! of the vote, was re-
ceived with cheers and groans and rejected by 354
to 17, the Parnellites voting with the'minority. The
House also refused to strike- ...t -v.:-r'.1- -ti-'mn tihi.
Arabi Pasha's movement as' r,-.t.t, 'il .'-r.,el ti
the vote of thanks
The House of Lords passed a similar vote of
thanks and adjourned to N.v.. ii... r 10.
The Foreign Office has received a telegram from
the British Consul at Suez stating that the corpses
of Lieutenant Charrington and Captain Gill, of
Professor Palmer's party have been found and
identified. Nothing certain is known in regard to
the fate of professor Palmer. The Bedouins are
very hostile, and theo omp rnpmn'ed in this ndaia'
threaten to attack t'..l. 1\' W r' u's party.

British Par i-t'--I' Issue on the Cloture Ques-
tion--Rumoured A- ..-.. ..e- Between Mr. Glad-
stone and the Parnelites.
LoNDON, October 31.-A Conservative party meet-
ing to-day, Sir Stafford Northcote presiding, re-
solved to fight the Cloture resolutions to the bitter
end, and in the House Mr. Gibson, Conservative,
moved a crucial amendment in favour of a two-third
majority. Mr. Gladstone strongly opposed the
amendment. He said that the Government did not
think it right to say thaf if their plan was rejected
they w...,n i resign.
A rumour that Mr. Gl.i-it',-,ie had promised the
Parnelites to introduce a new measure of Irish leg-
islation in return for their votes on the Cloture re-
solution is pronounced unfounded by the Press As-
A Riot in .Dublin-A ifurderer Turns Queen's Evi-
dence-Mr. Gray's Imprisonment- The Closure
DUBLIN, NNovember 1.-While addressing a large
meeting of farmers at Newbridge, County Gal way

to-dny, M ,tthew Harris, a member of the late Laud
League, I t others were arrested under the Pre-
vention ,'. Crime act. Gr?tt ex.-itement ensued.
Groans v., -re given for the magistrates and the and a e.:.llisiou between the people and the
Poli.-e occurred.
It is unudersiood that one of the men charged
with the murder of the Joyce family has turned
Queen's evidence.
Mr. Ri.-hard Pigott writes to the freemzan's four dieyiun Mr. Egan's charge that Lady Florence
Dixie's allev'ation; of a discrepancy in the ascounta
of the Liiad League were inuti gated by him.
The F .',./ I,-'..',-.. s'ys th-Lt fr-m an Irish point
of view the proposed closure rule is nt so objac-
tiutabhle ih i t is to the Tories. An in-li-n-riminate
opp-ositiou iu nllim,:e with the Torie, might drive
the GIovernmeut to af.cept, Mr. Gib.ou'z proposal.
LONDON, Nov. 1.-At a meeting of tLe Commit-
tee of the House of iv7'-stiate the
-inmrioinnent .of Mr. E. Gray. i :a-.a.s deci-
ded rthat the pr,.:-ediua's i should bhi pmi 'e. The
vote iu favor of thii.- motion wa-, 11.1 to 4. he min-
ority were Irish membei-rs. Mr. Grayi w. mined
lf,,t:c. the r.:,mmitt,-e and made a itemuent.
H.i- plainel If Judl;e Liw-.:,u's Yin .:riv.-ness.
He -xplaiuil tii i h dil n:t atr ud .,h lii duties
:1- High :ieri .i4f Dublin b., u-e 'i,. li1 to attend

ed until Mnuitay ne?, wn':-u it will ..,: urniuv ro-
por.-'rrs v h.i aut t.n,!.n l ti,. tri.l.
In the H.ii-e of t' tlhiq ;ftrist-ru:, Lord
..,- iti I.i i ihe r. .ill, l, :iu .. r,: i':-, iit vek long
s], w I. :, n..:- lt l. T iiy remi-r...- uinuu tiIi- tfo l-
ish action" in E r ,np...iA' a t("-t-ir-tl.r ni jority,
"Ilii i, hi ,iti, w.,il.1 r.,-t .1 '.i!u .-iuc t, tho
Tory P iryr, ,:iH -r i r r.. in .u' p..: He s i.-l ie
would t'.,-ll.,v ,-:ir St ft,..r. N.-!the.:-e wheu he
moved ;he r j,.-ii., n if: tiei' ) ..r [r-.,lirti.t. but he
....... -,f i. [-. t I .n a,..-.. TIn,.,!t '..f M :r. G ib, -on.
Surrender of Cuban R.If'- ,e'. t /,,- ,.pniijh .l-
thorities- A .'t.,., 4 ,.1 .1ie D ii h rl', .,,r ,,,, ,if.- L':.N-

day. !T,,n. E,. E vii-A. -l t, a l- A- -l, .' ..i-- .i

i_%- -- 11 i' l ...- The
t iy, rI.r !- -i, i_- r.. H .-.!, .ii.t u -.- ,-L or i ('.,1-i. v, r Ci,

re:a3.:;'i i.f t!.e L..fl'-'-' Iitu :r h t'-rritory was
due to a i,-.. ak-, :. rr..f i.JC .;i' i -lt i .'i T h' : t t
ut' .i. t (4i tir, .t ,. % ida i w to., thi. e 1 .i t d lo

Govern-Li-it. H'.- il thi- r i-tru- of his ird
been :- 'mmuii. t' to the Sp i.h Goe ti inut.
She_ t ,. He ,in of Hon.t h Ln I Kii.-Yl was l re-
oeived .irh 1 i,:of.. '
loN O,1 .: y, i,'l. y 30.-In the House of Com-
mons this i ai-rk..- i.f teply to _it i, i. l.-i Thl:kir -
t1 .IJ t_ <_ i.bcail:r \\ ii!l I \i..-,i tj t* r l ..i -4, 1 d_ y d

stated that e a .r .r. tr.[:.'- i I.- .y ,'i 1-, ... .- ... ,djiort-g
imenth the Unit.h Sit-:--i g.i er-i rnet, i. -i e r. iii. to
Govern-u:-lnt. H," i-il l tie i-rr ,ut his arran Lr h.- d

had as yet been arri,.-. tthe T! ih- Go '--~ i ut. .'
dated in July. Ti Eely.:-..uili was re-n
hasceivot yet paid ,uf T O upon-
sationreferred to is i-i u.-i i--n-v .ul...-Yt! h I i.uii1
.LO'-.1. u, t' t-i., 30.-'In .-t fr the lHouse of mt-
temon's disbursem in ply to .'i-- i. t .- a -Ii.magke
for hstatede Ftue B u. .a iugi

E YIPT-ThilAL A.ziOE AI _L P. aA.
LonnoN, October 28.-Arabi P 1. 1',s 'l.l--it-t1 ik
about to coUni-t- :. St g,:,s-tn -I eut i t- i- ,i- to
of .i.:r W illi, a .'-:,ri"-. M W it ri'. arraI ei -t.
had inet, e been arrive -.i nr T -e H It.1.h iv.'ai
taken o t yet paid th" ,:,I'c ii : t ur uill .. .Urn -
to attend to is I,:.. t
Lro.o, October 238.-Mr.abi P '-.1 I-I. i
to defend Sheikh Abdon, L t :t --.. I ,-iti.s t
Elof Xhr Vniri1.v i :_,...rl. -r I' tL'rl tr diut, .l-
M inet, I i ti ..t.. p ,th p'ast' [- .. ''t .' ,'ia *',--i-, H'. is
ittaken prison expected, :-. iu --. t >-il I.- u-, l.lo

tospeial interest owing to h I attend th I
atical party October 38.-r. r... : t.
Arabi Pasha .-eikh Abdol divide his defense into.: two
parts. The firstif- ,, ,:it. 'lr, i- r,. E-.yi tiu 1. ffi-re
i war, in whichLth Y past :i ..-- I i-..L-. Hisf
1 i l i t ; a n d t -l- tLL u1 ,e f t I. T i 1 3
:10, in which he laims he acted, I.-il .:-':l,-,p tO''f the

special well-known Aratbic rtl -I. Sig t-llt i' n-
of Rome, late Secretary to the Bey of Tik, il

of the prisoner.
CAIRO, October 29.--The Pi,- ainZ- '--rauuiittee
has finishedlexamining the wit ,-5-'S f..Wi thb- lI' ,-'-
.parts..u. The first vx to,, ,,ii .ui .ri- th,- I...-r.n- 1,-for

the defense will commence in a few days. Borelli
.- v, the 1'-.-; and -- ...a... r,hasexpressed the opini-
on that the evidence proves the c. :..iim of the
Arabi Pu. ,t iii. l- -pil[. a-- and burnin- 4f Al-s-
Mr. Broadley has recovered the papers belonging
to Abdela f -r.-t... behasha.
Af the prisoner.
CAIeo, h October 29.-The Pro-,.i'niuer-t t.',renittee
hadvis hed examining F h- -i-.y, in which,. th.. bothl- =
(.greed there was nothing l :eft to do but to a'el forte

I'owy, the I-.-i.' - ..r, has expressed their Prisoners of Wapini-r
-Lon that the evidenc.-The proves Ninet writes to the..f
Arabi Pr'1,,t i that ..e only served Arabi in an.x-
acondition of the prison at ai. hm -sa.eres
er. Broadleyt himas recovereding the jurnpapers belongingro to
Atoxau.ri. At the latter place e was thrust into a
A it i m iu of cavalry declarobbed by ef ore the prose -
ashing committee thre at Per by aid ofter the bombardmentier of
thAlexandria, he over heceard a B.-trneaud. ie believe

agreed there are 9,was nothing lt men in prison but to sc the

LPrNDON, OP., t. F.te.-LoThe s Nine, writes 27o t-The
'Ti-es ai e'spt telegraphs that he only served Arabi in anbelieved
mbulanedge of a precipice and offered aoutof the alternative filthy
aond ition of the parrington at air.chose the other alteruati-scre
and were put to deahim luri, the j.rny from airo toth.

and were put to death.

A despatch to the Ii.,'v T .,',u', from Vienna
rep-..rts that "-.-uty-fiv. revolutionists have been
arrested at Odessa. Ain:,ug them was a student,
who had in his possession a press and imaiy nihilist
manifestoes. A.r.ii disttirbaices have occur-
red in the over u.'nt n-f Vi.llhyui.u. -A priest bha
been murdered for di-tibuting an impiiri. procla-
mation in regard to the agrarian question.
Professor Tyudall uunilhel a statue of Thomas
Carlyle on the Thames Embiukmernt at C.,,sea,
and expressed the wish that a iuemoril should be
raised at the same place to Ralph Wallo Emiersoaun,
the l..ftiest, pureet and most penetrating spirit that
ever shone in American literature, and the lifelong
friend of Carlyle. ,
A Chinese coin 3,,100 years old has been found by
gold miners digging in a claim at C-tsiar, British
Columbia. It is supposed to have been left there
by Chinese mariners wrecked on the cast long ba-
ore the Christian era.

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