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D.M. Lee
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-v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
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fo. 36,-Vol, VIZL. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUAS 2fIs per Ann.

Hamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, September 6, 1881.

B E R 1WU D A. paragraphs, and the misconstruction of the report I
._ of the Select Committee appointed to report on the A
Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative Governor's Despatch No. 79, are most reprehen-
Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative sible and betray the want of proper knowledge of
Council* our Financial System.
-- No. 5.
Tuesday, 30th August, 1881.-Pursuant to ad- Resolved, that in the opinion of this House it is
journment the House met. inexpedient to adopt any System of framing the
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice, Estimates, and conducting the monetary transac-
President; tions of this Colony by which the Assembly would
The Honorable A. J. Musson, be deprived of its Constitutional right of initiating
Wm. H. Gosling, and Controlling all money votes; so long exercised
James H. Trimiagham, by the Representatives of the People with such
James Tucker, Reer. Genl. marked success-which was affirmed.
R. E. Webster, Col. Secty. Ayes 20-Messrs. S C Bell, F M Cooper, R J P
A Resolve voting the sum of 500 for erecting an Darrell, N J Darrell, R D Fraser, H H Gilbert, A
additional building at the Quarantine Station on J Hodsdon, -T W Mercer, W S Masters, S A Mas- a
Nonsuch Island, was read the second time. ters, T A Outerbridge, S C Outerbridge A 1
The House went into Committee thereon. Oudney, W R Peniston, J W Pearman, J N Smith, I
The Hon. W. H. Gosling in the Chair. T F J Tucker, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson, T J Wad.
The Committee rose. son.
The House resumed. Nays 6.-Messrs. T N Dill, S B Gray, S A Har- c
The Chairman reported the Resolve without vey, J M Hayward, T D Middleton, C Peniston.
amendment. The Resolve for refunding duty on certain coal,
The House adopted the Report. was again committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 2nd September, The Resolve was adopted.
at 11-30, a.m. Ayes 21. Nays 2.
The House resumed.
BERMUDA. The Chairman reported the Resolve with the
blank filled up and it was adopted and ordered to
Abstract of the Proceedings of the lonorale be engrossed and having been engrossed and the
rule suspended it was read a third time and passed.
House of Assembly. The Attorney General introduced a Resolve for
Wednesday, 31st August.-Mr. Dill from the joint compensating Mr. Joseph Hinson for injury to his (
Committee of the Council and Assembly for exam- property, which was read a first time. t
ening the damage done to Brown's and Marshal's The Resolve for providing an additional building
Islands by blasting operations, and reporting there- at the St. David's Lighthouse-was read a second e
on, presented a Report. time and committed.
Mr. Cooper presented a Petition, very numerous- Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair.
ly signed by Inhabitants of Paget and War. The House resumed.
wick, and other Parishes of these Islands, praying The Chairman reported the Resolve with the
for a grant of money to encourage a more perfect blank filled up and it was adopted and ordered to
and regular communication between the Salt Kettle be engrossed.
and the Town of Hamilton-for reasons set forth The Acting Governor's message No. 37, relating
at length, to the insecurity of the Hamilton gaol enclosure,
The House, on motion of Mr. Cooper, resumed in was considered in Committee.
Committee of the whole the consideration of the Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Governor's Message No. 31 and the Receiver Gene- The Attorney General moved that it be recom-
ral's Report on financial questions. mended to the House to make provision for enclos-
Mr. C. Peniston in the Chair. ing the Gaol Lots in Hamilton with a stone wall
Mr. Cooper moved the following amendment to on the North, East and West where the same are
Resolve No. 5: to strike out all after the word now uninclosed.
"he" in the 6th line, and insert recognize as an Mr. Cooper moved to substitute after the words
infringement of the rights of the people." a stone wall on the," the words "line of the pre-
The Speaker moved to substitute the following : sent wooden fence"-which was affirmed.
Resolved, that in the opinion of this House, it is in- The Attorney General objecting.
expedient to adopt any system of framing the Es- The House resumed and adopted the Resolution
timates, and conducting the monetary transactions as amended.
of the Colony, by which the Assembly would be de- The Attorney General introduced a Resolve pro-
prived of its constitutional right of initiating and hiding for erecting a Stone wall in place of the
controlling all money votes, so long exercised by Wooden fence of the Hamilton Gaol yard-which I
the Representatives of the People with such mark. was read a first time.
ed success. The Bill to provide for the extension of the Mili.
Mr. W. R. Peniston moved this House consid- tary Electric Telegraph to the Town of St. George,
ers it inexpedient to depart from the mode of con- was read a second time and committed.
ducting the monetary affairs of the Colony which Mr. Mercer in the Chair.
has been adopted for a long period of years with The House resumed.
marked success." The Chairman reported the Bill and it was adopt-
Mr. Cooper with leae withdrew his proposed ed and ordered to be engrossed.
Mr Cooper with leave withdrew his proposedThe Petition of Wmin. Money, praying for the
amendment. bonus under the Immigration Acts, was read and
Mr. Peniston's amendment was negative. committed.
Ayes 3-Messrs. T D Middleton, T W Mercer, W Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
R Peniston. Mr. Tucker moved that the prayer of the Petition
Nays 23-Messrs. Speaker, SC Bell, FM Coop- be granted-which was agreed to.
er, R JP Darrell, N J Darrell, T N Dill, R D Fra- The H house resumed and adopted the Resolution.
ser, S B Gray, H H Gilbert, S A Harvey, A J .r. Tuckerintroduced a Resolve for paying Win.
Hodsdon, J M Hayward, W S Masters, S A Mas- Monney a bonus &c.-which was read a first time.
ters, T A Outerbridge, S C Outerbridge, A M Oud- I y
ney, J W Pearman, J N Smith, T F J Tucker, Adjourned to Friday next.
R Tynes, W H Wilkinson, T J Wadson. I
The Speaker's amendment was affirmed. For the Royal Gazette.
Ayes 23-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Coop- MR. EDITOE,-Will you allow me space in your
er, R J P Darrell, N J Darrell, TN Dill, R D Fraser, valuable paper, in order to give a slight description
H H Gilbert, A J Hodsdon, J M Hayward, W (by way of encouragement) of a Concert held on the
S Masters, S A Masters, T W Mercer, T A Outer- 16th and 17th instant, by the Children attending
bridge, S C Outerbridge, A M Oudney, J W Pear- Mr. Alexander S. Swan's School, Warwick Parish.
man, W R Peniston, J N Smith, T F J Tucker, The room was nicely decorated with evergreens and
R Tynes, W H Wilkinson, T J Wadson. flags of various colours, displaying great taste by
Nays 3-Messrs. S B Gray, S A Harvey, T D the parties who took an active part in the arrange-
Middleton. ments. About 8 p. m., the Curtain rose, the Boys
The House resumed. and Girls singing "Our Greeting," after which Mr.
The Chairman reported the amended Resolutions W. R. Perinchief, Schoolmaster of Sandys, the
of the Committee. Chairman, delivered in a very encouraging manner
Mr. Cooper moved that the Resolutions of the a few parliminary remarks applicable as well to the
Committee, be adopted by the House, as follows:- Audience as to the Children. The singing was all
No. 1. that could be desired, fully meeting the approbation
Resolved, that the statements of revenue ex- of those present, and was received by frequent roars
hibited by the Receiver General, framed on dates of applause and encours. The Recitations and Dia-
never recognized, or adopted by the Assembly as logues were very creditable, and it was sur-
the beginning or end of the Fiscal Year, precludes prising to see the way in which the little ones
a fair Estimation of the state of the Treasury, by came to the front. On the second Evening of the
excluding a large amount of receipts which should gathering Mr. Robert J. Smith, the popular Lecturer,
have been embraced therein; while the balances in (in his pathetic and enthusiastic style) ably and
the Chest on the 31st March 1878, 79, 80, and 81, eloquently addressed the assembly ; and after con.
which he admits to be correct, fully establish the gratulating the children on their success, urged
soundness of the Report of the Select Committee of them, in very feeling, terms to persevere in their
the House, studies. Mr. Swan thanked Mr. Smith for his pre.
No. 2. sence and for the kind words he had addressed to
Resolved, that it has been the invariable practice the children. The Children then sang"God Save the
of this House to include in its annual Estimate, Queen;" after which they all returned to their
such portion of Treasury liabilities only, as may be homes highly gratified with such a novil treat.
required for the current year, and to base the Esti- May the good and kind people of Warwick and
mate upon the actual state of the Treasury on the Southamton aid and encourage Mr. Swan in his
31st March preceding; that the attempt on the part efforts, in the literary career which he has be-
of the Receiver General to set aside this practice, gun; and they will merit nothing but a due and
as shown by the statements now before this House, ample reward. Wishing Mr. S., every prosperity
by including the whole Treasury liabilities in one in his laudable undertaking,

HAMILTON The Undersigned
ril a4et"enl n qntll tu r- Has received via New York, his

Vltt.WLL CLULPIh1D J.I. 4, I~

ctal 2caetemp.

MR. A. M. OUDNEY will re-open
the Above ACADEMY,

the 5th September, at 9 o'clock, a.m.
Persons wishing to avail themselves of the
advantages which this School affords for the
Education of their Children, are requested to
Enter them at the commencement.
No Pupil admitted for any period less than
one term.
Hamilton, August 30th, 1881 .-2

/Irrival of Onion Seed.

'I HE UNDERSIGNED has this day receiv-
e ad from Teneriffe, via New York per S.
S. Flamborough, his Lot of It El) and WHITE
ONION SEED. The quantity is very limited
and cost very much higher than ever before.
Peisons who have engaged of me will please
call with the cash at once, as I will not promise
.o hold any Seed after the 12th day of Septem-
bi'r. I have a few Bottles for sale that are not
Will be ready for delivery on HMon-
(lay J.ext, the 5th day of Septr.
August 29th, 1881.-3
N. B.-Persons who have engaged Seed of
S. A. MASTERs, Esq., litmilton, and JOHN B.
ZUILL, Esq., Somerset, may call for same on
Tuesday the 6th (lay of September.

IHE Undersigned has received from Tene-
riffe a limited supply of ONION SEED,
which will be ready for delivery on Thursday
next, 1st proximo. TERMS CASH lo ALL.
Shelly Bay, 29th August, 1881.
wb.AA .1 A


Is now carried on in the new building next
South of the Hamilton Steam Saw Mills.
N.B.-Orders promptly attended to at
the Lowest Prices.
Hamilton, August 30th, 1881.

HAT well known and Eligible
S Property in SMITH'S PARISH called
Verdmont," comprising the

Dwelling HOUSE,
Out-buildings, and about 15 Acres
of LAN ), of which nearly two-
thirds are arable.
Early possession can be given to an approved.

For particulars apply to
R. D.I
Ilamilton, 29th Aug., 1881.


Wines for the Season.

CLA RRET Imported annually tor 23
SAUTERNE years from same House in
S Bordeaux

usual Supply of the

Red and White,
Which will be ready for Delivery
On Thursday .Next, Ist Sept.
As the quantity is limited, parties wishing a
good article, will do well to come early with
the Cash.
I lamilton, August 30th, 1881.

NVathaniel A. Cooper's

has arrived and will
be ready for delivery from this day.
Lists still open at MR. W. HUGHES' Store,
Hamilton, and at NATHANIEL A.COOPER'.,
Warwick, West, where a few more names will
be received.
August 30th 1881.

ri HE PUBLIC are hereby informed that I
a ked an explanation from Messrs. Chas.
I'. Woodworth & Co., in regard to their ad-
vertisement in the Gazette" of 9th inst., and
that their reply to me reads we do not see
any reflection upon your honesty in our adver-
tisement, and meant none," and we repeat what
we told you, that we had done better than most
F. D. S. NASH.
Hamilton, August 30th, 1881.-2

For Rent,

With a small garden attached,
Lately occupkid by MRS. SLATER, and
adjacent to the Residence of CHARLES
THEELE, Esq., in this Town.
Possession can be gi-en on or after 1st
I lamilton, 28th August, 1881.

Office at ICE HIOUSE, East Broadway.
l'HE Subscribers would respectfully inform
the people of Hamilton and vicinity that
they are now prepared to attend to all Order-
or Ice in a first class manner and at the reasons
able price of Ilalf-P'enny per pound.
We will keep constantly on hand at the Ice
House of the late Captain Castner, East Broad-
way, a supply of ICE throughout the year for
the benefit of our Customers who may require
Ice during winter months.
By prompt attention to our customers and
strict attention to our business, we hope to re-
ceive a share of the Public patronage.
N.B.-ICE HOUSE open from 6 a.m. to 6
p.m. daily, Sundays excepted, when it will be
open from 7 to 8.
East Boadway, Ilamilton.
June 21st, 1881.-tf

IhOnfdorrp O(nutorhridr L

D. V. S.,
officee and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
Office adjoining Army Pay Office.
Hours-S to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
Office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square.
Hamilton, November 8, 1880.

BURGUNDY (Sparkling) ./0 TICE.,
P)O Scharzburg Muscatel 1857 The Undersigned has lately re-
CiiAMPAGN E (Moett & Chandon extra dry) ceived from New York per S. s.
I 0 St. Peri) ) ,

year's expenditure, and by changing the date of I remain, DO. Swiss
the end of the fiscal year from the 31st March to A LISTENER. DO. Swiaussur A Consignment of First Class
the 30th June, is calculated to mislead, and utterly August 29, 188. DO. S aumur n
fails to represent the actual financial circumstances DO- Vuvray SEW ING M ACHINES
of the Colony. SHERRIY Fine Montilla I
No. 3. AM gj f DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle Which he offers to the Public Cheap for
Resolved, that the Receiver General by neglect- & O- IWa DO. MANZANILLA, 20 years in bottle Cash.
ing to report to the Governor, as required by law,
the ability of the Treasury to reduce the Public COMMISSION AND EXPORT GOSLIJ G BROS., A. R. THOMPSON.
Debt, on the plea that the Assembly had failed to Hamilton and St. George's. Hamilton, August 22, 1881.
provide for the total Treasury Liabilities, (while in ERC ANTS Established upwards of 50 years. Hamlton A 8
reality the Assembly had acted in regard to these Fine Groceries, GrN i, ProviSio May 28th, 1881.
liabilities according to usage and as suggested by Fin Groceries, Girtl, ProvSOlOS, May 28th, 8. .Sale
himself, and in a mode commended by the Governor &c., C., a
in his despatch No. 79 of 1880 Paragraphs 51 and 52) 4 Front Street, IIamilton, Bermuda. 'W anted About 40,000 Lbs.
and also by retaining in the Treasury to meet unfore- -
seencontingencies, thesumof2000,(theveryamoun NEW YO K STORES, M I R E W O
appropriated to the reduction of the Public debt) in ToRbeRdeli've in,,0 Hmlo ,n
direct opposition to Law and usage; has incurred 314 and 316 Greenwich Street, 7 Old Slip, To be delivered in Hamilton,
the disapprobation of this House. 104 Pearl Street and Havana, Cubh. For which the Subscriber will pay 6/ each for Remaining frojn our Con'ract Supphes.
No. 4. Orders for Groceries, Dry Goods and Goods those in good condition. Will be sold cheap in lots, cr the whole.
. Resolved, that the terms, and tone in which the of all descriptions, respectfully solicited and will THEOS. J. LIGHTBOURN. OUTERBRIDGE BROS.
Receiver General's report is couched, the views be filled at lowest Market rates either direct or
and opinions expressed in the four concluding through our Bermuda house. Hamilton, August 22, 1881.-3 Reid Street, August 8,1881.

29TH AUOUST, 1881.
THE following ACTS have been passed by
the Legislature of Bermuda during the
present Session:
No. 6. "An Act to provide a Clerk for the
Colonial Surveyor."
(In force to 31st December 1886.)
No. 7. "An Act to amend the Criminal Law
as to Indecent Assaults on Young Persons."
(In force Indefinitely.)
No. 8. "An Act relating to certain money in
the Public Treasury arising from the Sale
of Glebe Land in Pembroke Parish."
(In force Indefinitely)
No. 9. "An Act to amend the Post Office Es-
tablishment Act 1879."
(In force to 31stDecember 1889.)
No. 10. "An Act to amend the Act to provide
for the Salaries of the Colonial Secretary
and his Clerk."
(In force to 31st December 1886.)
Colonial Secretary.

Bermuda Ice,
CAN he used under all circumstances without
Sthe danger attending the use of imported
Ice, which in most cases afect the system, in the
same manner as a change of drinking water.
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish Ice
at Depot, Burnaby Street, from Ga.m., to6 p.m.,
daily. Sunday from 9 a. m., to 10 a.m. De-
livered in Hamilton and vicinity from 8 a.m., to
12 o'clock, Sundays excepted.
Price Half-Penny per pound.
For the convenience of the public in case of
sickness I have made arrangements to deliver
Ice at my manufactory at any hour, day or night,
Sund ty included.
Being a Home Industry respectfully asks a
continuance of the Public Patronage.
Hlamilton, May 31st, 1881.

S. J. Canton 4* Son,
Watch Repairers and Jewellers
E ,EG to inform the Public that they intend
carrying on their business in their Shop
recently occupied by the late MR. BARTuot.o-
3iw, Parliament Street, opposite the Post
shortest notice.
Gold and Silver Finger Rings and Ear Rings
made to order.
All work (lone by them warranted to give
Iamilton, May 21st, 1881.

Mrs. B. E. Smith,

IESPECTFULLY informs the Public that
she is now prepared to mount hair comb-
ings, such as Braids, Finger Puffs, Curls, &c.

Having received by Ceto" from Nassau,
A Choice Assortment of SHELLS, is prepared
LACES, &c.
07'* All Orders left at Mr. Smith's Store, op-
posite the Commissariat Department, will meet
with prompt attention.
June 21st, 1881.-3 months.


BY recent Instructions from the Marine
Boards of Underwriters of New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, &c., I am notified that in
accordance with the Policies of Insurance now
issued, it is imperative that all Bills and Con-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving at these Islands under
disaster must be examined and approved by me
as to quantities, prices, &c., and I hereby ;ixe
notice of the simo so that all parties intereted
therein may govern themselves accordingly."
Sole Resident Agent of Underwrlitrs
. of New York, Boston, Philadelpis;
I Baltimore, New Orleans, &c.
St. George's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 1881.


(las resumed business in Reid Street, oppo(jt*
flarness Making Establishment,
(Down Stairs,)
And respectfully solicits a share of Publie Ps.
Hamilton, J uly 12, 181,




uar 3.. .'s'Q -.~r..* -~. -

WEEKLY RMiPORT OF THE WEATHER at te Hamilton Gaol Lots, was read a third thee
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the I and passed.
28th August and 4th September 1881, height above 1 The atesolve for paying the Reporter for hi.
the sea whrre the Register is kept, being 246 feet. I Ser'ioi, vwis read as4ecoadkimecoinuitted, adops
Date. e d and ordered to be engrossed.
. ... .. .- .. Mr.AVadson gave notice that on the 3rd reading

Aug-. add, at theend of the Resolve, the following words:
nst. l general Remarks. the cost ofsucnh land to be paid out of the Pub-
Sept. 5 g .'lie Treasury."
Noon t" Mr. Hayward gave notice that in the 3rd read-
-. -- ing of the Resolve to remunerate the reporter, holie
Au29 NE 4181 79 29-920 0*03 Fine [dark clouds will move an increase of the amount.
30 ENE b ?0 79 29-900 0'00 Unsettled, heavy Adjourned to Wednesday next.
31 N 6, 9 29'85 .ell SquaUy .. r
SSep 11i 9 M "in Orersi '
1 2 0 7 12986 ,0 Fine Petition for improving St. Georges channel.,
34 "h' 809-,05 C0-,lrine Petition of sein fishermen.
~' JOSf US PERINCHIEF. Spithead Wharf Resolve.
S..... .. nrehenan of Desertrs Bill.

Hlamilton, e)p'te m bei')6 81

Proceedin-S Olt ~tW o, r"able '- egisativc

Friday, d fkI -Pr an oa-
jouro meut the HousWtn&,. .
Promq*-4isljaqgor Joslalh1Repu, ,hlef Juzstice,

Reporters Resolve,

September lI--Brigt. Excelsior, Mayor, Demerara;
rum, sugar and molasses, to W. E. Talbot.
September 1-Mail Steamer Flamborough, White-
jhurst, New York 9 kegs arrowroot, 11 pkgs whale-
oil ex Sehr. Hatfield, 2 cases coffee mills.
3-Brigt. J. Howland, Catharin, Fernandina, Florida.
September 1-R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Hal-
ifax ; English Mail of 19th instant, and general
cargo.-Agent, J. M. Hayward.

The H enaMehi A ns T us ,i a September -2--R M t. oSteampier a i a, .r o .....
The Hoo le m, .. son, ca ; Mails and general cargo.
fivw>^ James I'. Ti .iunghamn,' PASSENGERS. d
".- ',.' .Jamp*TUbker, Recr.'enl.,' In the Mail Steamer Flamborough on Thursday last
R. E. Webster, ColSetyt I for New York :-Revd. Dr. Walsh, Rev. E. J. Hardy,
A Resolve ,'onti tbheeum of 8 l776 to'Mesera. Garrison Chaplain, Capt. Stokes, Mrs. Hatriet Bass-
.T r arreto A he.. ini ,.for the,, 16oal Associa- combo, Mrs. Coombe, Mr. Robert J. and Mrs. Smith,
t.on ea Cah e Aexo rted i Miss, Miss" 'Maggie, Miss Nora, and Miss Emma Ker-
tion, being --'kn C ufalo thsince exported risk, Mis s'Enma Gilbert, Miss Addie Austil, Miss S.
from thas stau a hidought up from tbe House .. r Miss F. Peniston, Mrs. S. N. Joell, and.foa
of ABeBly* ead ttt ...... '........." children, F. M. Cooper, Esq., M.C.P., Mrs. Cooper
The Besolveyec g the ff olf,.500 for erectin t.ana Miss Anna Cooper, A. .. Hodsdon, Esq., M.C.P.
an additoukna l gtang e alAntabstation on Messrs. R. L. Kemope, and Palmer Coombe.-2nd Cabh-
Non sead, wa ead thf third time apn passed, in. Mrs- Humphreys, Mrs; Slater, Arthur Mitchell,
and o rieA-Wbe hlf\belortb His H4bnor e &Act -Steerage and Deck, \V. S. Alford, lMusson Den.

ing Governor by the HoneableR. E WyVebster. In the T. H. A. Pitt from Barbados;-Mr. Hillon
The Hon.J. H.Trinaingh'W!i presented a Petition Pitt.
-nnmerously, igned by. Inhabitants of-Paget and Ihi the Royal Mail Steamer Alpha from Halifax on
Warwic a .thberJ'arishes, praying that a grant Thursday last ;-Captain Ponsonby, Brigade Major,
of mo0qy Wet o.l0 Jor -subsidizing a Steam ferry Lieut Spencer, Mr. R. L. Dymott, R. N, Mr. Sam-
boat to ply i wea, Hamilton and Salt Kettle, for, uel Parker.-2nd Cabin, Sapper G. Pinriegar.
certain rpaon sitl atleogthh. In the U. M. Steamer Alpha fr Jamnaica, Mr.
The4 E Websqr fromthe jointCom. Hall, Mr. Oland.-2nd Cabin, J. McKenzie.
mltteeof nd sse l M. S. Northampton, at Sydney, Cape Broton
examine and report on certain damage alledg Id to on Saturday August 28.
have bkin 'dne to the property of Mr. Joseph Hiin. I H.M.S. Orontes, Captain Kinahan, hence at South-
son on Brown's and Marshal's Islands by the blast-' ampton on the 14th ultimfo.
ing operations at. Tiqlin's Narrows, presented a The new steamer St. George, intended to run be-
Repor 2o the 4bjot, tweeu Hamilton and St. George as a freight and pas-
Adj e to 6th isant, nger boat, was launched at Newburg, U.,S. on Tues-
at 11"30s l .U o ,e ay R ,s "day the 23rd August. Sfhe 'will probably be here be-
a ,: ,. ,[ ,* -,, .,:,.. .- i t een the 15th and 20th of the current month.
The Caninma, steamer, was detained at Halifax one
a*d ', B&, [ A. ay to carry to New York 150 passengers, brought
-" *' hr6m !St;. John", N.F., from i he steamship Daniel
A6 I1tw ll 1, t *. Honorable S ntiman, put into that place with a broken shaft.
.bo 1-19nro "f "h ,Ionorable \ The Steamer (ladji, Captain Savage, belonging to
House A' "the Quebec and Gulf Port Steamship Company, was
F r ~d as ..............-........ r lost on Blonde Rock, Seal island, Shelburne, N.S.,
Friday, iftem ,--Qni onb ,6ft Mr. aadt- recently. She was from New York bound to Cow
Ion, the V f tf ce"inTlirtfahi Arelating to ly. A small portion of materials saved. She was
the FtVy A,,,h# e Sall KXttle ja Hanihlton, 'an iron boat, 5 compartments, and eight years ol.
was read an commifed ....
Mr.J.. ,W Pear/nan in the Chair. ,. '- .t QbiAXiTE.o-'-The Brigantine T. H. A. Pitli
Mr. 4json qoved that lse prayer of the.Peti,.- bptain Young, from Demerara via Bardados, 12
tion lf antd, and. ~at it beareco.mrnm ended to the days from the latter place, arrived on Tuesday last.
Hous6 to ofdy a Bill to be brought in to carry it She has been placed in Quarantine at Granuways
nto e etwhich wand agreed the resolution Deep, as both Demerara and Barbados are pro.
The House resumed and adopted the resolution. I claimed to be infected places-particulary the lat.
The St.eaovi4proViditNg wdr t en additoal building ter. Allon board her arp however, in good health.
and iw reaa hirtn The E.cers;or was relieved from Quarantine on
The Resolve'for compensating Mr. Joseph Hin. Wednesday last.
son friBIjurydo e to, his property ,on Browpe's
and Marshi' Ilandd by blasting operatiQns- ris We have been requested to call attention to
was read a second time and committed. 'an advertisement in to-day's issue of a meeting of
Mr'~d-Pehlst6nth the Chair. Farmers and Merchants to be held at the Town
The Resolve was adopted. "Tall, Hamilton, oh Thursday; the 15th inust., at
The Attorney General moved, that thbi blank be 1'30 p.m., which, in the best interests of the Colony,
filled upa-' 800"-which wJis unanimously agreed it is most desirable should be fully attended.
Th' : -W WE are much pleased to learn, as will be noticed
Th'M Resolva. C. Pen1 o4n-t ., e/ChA- by our Advertising columns, that a Public School
Mr. C. Peri he Ch for White Children, under the managementof Miss
The Attorney Gener#a iovvd 'an amendment- Clark and the direction of the Board of Education,
whi? a aog ed ,a t h! ; R"! ,has been Established in this Town. This school
T eHodtse rebmed and adopted, the. Resol;e as 'has been gotten up through the exertions of a few
amend a,'antn'in i'as :rdercd to be engrossed. .o influential gentlemen of our Town, who have guan.
Tbhf*Re[dive Tro'iding for the keeping, &c., of ranteed a certainn amount per nnum to the Lady
Pilotage Buoys and Beacons sa read a 2ud time, Teacher a 'well as the rental of the school room,
committed, adopted and Qrve- to be engrossed, which is situated in Parliament Street.
and hay jhten10gr'oel ,and .the rulesuspended, We also understand that Miss S. M. Bennett has,
it w iead tird.tiae andpassed under the direction of the Board of Education
Tli ~ R 'ieov'4ing ,for. b)Udiqg a stona ,ep- opened a school for White Children in this town.
olosdi 'it,'At e milpn al,' was read a 2ad, time, We wish them both every success in their praise-
commfie, adpt' d aidOr'ered to' be engrossed. worthy undertaking.
The Bill entitled," An Act to provide 6r't e ee- .. .
te nsIt6)Polf~ ritry'Elletdi, Telertaph' into the '.
TowhoSlt.i oGedrrgel" was' read' a third time anti "' An Inquest was held at theo Military Prison, St.
passed. eorges, .on the 30th ultimo, by Denis Tucker,
The Attorney General introduced a Resolve for) Esq., Coroner, on view of the body of Johu Crow-
payiag M,-8 S.-o'ding -Reporter of -Debater, ley, late a Private in H. M. Royal Irish Rifles, who
which was read a first time.* was fund about. 9 o'clock on the morning of that
Adjourned to Mo ed t nek day'hanging by his neck in his cell, by a rope
Aounmade of his bed sheet. There were two witnesses
S -- Wadoon introd called who proved the finding, &c., of Crowley, viz.,
et k a D~e d r team er'Vy.'..e. we-n the.', 5ohn Lane, a W harder of' the prison and the Chief
sale t o fl.Te amo ,'-i, elm.t*eh',e ws harder Wilniamn Wilkihson. Lane in the per-
Sal nn a, v of 1s." l. t ---.hic.h w formance of his regular duty commenced unlock-
S...rea W/. 5', i,'........rd gT>h Pb-, ,Wharf ing the doors of the several cells,-after unlocking
.pT... "="'' i--'& 6ee- fP" ....nd...... 'c t'd -thataf ceLU.o.,.6,ia which Crowley was confined,
Spitt f, 4Wj ian a et oi t fn an cu t j. attempting to open the door he found obstrue-
T d. st6e,' 1. .ava~thelarmiert' wa.sad. le4..... tiqn, and after using' some force partly opened it,
Tie t n e ewas anoptedn when he saw the deceased hanging immediately
tr tlB. rdedthatla tblan _be-lled i behindoit. I-e turned quickly from the door and
14 wMl .. ... ag d4,.f _,"., ,.t -e.-e"., 'seeing the bhie Warder reported the circumstance
Tg tl 49pted, tove, to him. Lane had seen the deceased about an hour
and it w aR ,4 he engr... ,. ,. bfJwo, when his breakfast was handed to him.
Mr. d.1fte a p on m William Wilkinson said he was called by Johu
Freeh -l .91Adc a ,pfo St teorges, praying a Lane to come to No. 6 ll, which he entered and
gra Je l he ul leading into the foupad 6n4e Crawlty, te only occupant,, hanging
h a L aP ei.,d r. o certi n by the neck with his feet resting on the floor. He
r. Hav cpe/ i'' .i ,e. at' once made aip effort to take him down which,
persons .e h iie cpashe d if. fiabiermen, with assistance he succeeded in doing and laid the
praying ..At ayve hedp th bNdy on a piattris on the floor, and sent directly
U sei 1e t May-4 4. etebr forfe edioal office', Dr. Brodie, ii charge of the
reaso med t#9rtbh s.:" .. "- : h prison. The body was then quite warm but there
r erand- Jt L was no .p l.-sation. The Dr. on arrival used every
henslon Ouieserters o nretiav esels, be again neans to"'resuscitate him but without success. The
commited- to winha eptoti~ t0tatken tn a point deceased was admitted to the'Prison on Friday
of order. the 26th August, 1881-his sentence being for 420
The SpeakWt)e to tbp.bjM op" days at hard labor, for three. several offences, viz.:
ft X 1e .....1..,a. thCo C..d au, C- ,. for breaking barracks at IProspect, taken up at
o'J':eW.'er.tsianied I ti ai. St Georges 'by Vilitary Police; 2nd for making
The House rest ed d'. .Bill an t. awaywith necessaries, and 3rd for attempting to
Lhe^- qk, gbaid .-41 a desert having been taken off the New York steam-
ad,*w tft_ to .e Flarnmborovgqh. His character on admission, was
The Resolve for rdttteerting Joseph Hinson for lad, and the.Medical officer of his regiment report-
injalll perty&o.' wa"s read&'ithird time' ad him as fit to undergo his punishment.-Verdict,
ard passed. .'" 1o" o that the deceased, John Crawley, came to his
The Resolve granting Wi.. "o"ed bou &c.v death on Tuesday, the thirtieth d~y of August,.
v ae read a second time, co mmitted, adopted and 881, at the Military tPrison, St. George, by stran-
i ordered to be engrossed, and having been engrossed gulation, caused by hanging himself with a sheet
Snd the ten day rule suspended, it was read a third attached to his cell window. Whether the de-
tme and passed, ceased was in an unsound state of mind there is no
The Resolve providing for a stone enclosure of evidence'before the Jury to determine."

troops have engaged the Indians in 15 fights. Lat-
est accounts say the body of Lieut. Smith who was
killed near Nutt Station, fell into the hands of In-
dians and was horribly mutilated.
FREEPORT, L. I., August 27.-Joseph Ritchie, last
evening, in a swamp cast of this place,| found a
body of a young lady. The body is cut through
the stomach, making two pieces, which lay about
a few feet apart. The pieces had no clothing on
them, but were wrapped in a New York Herald of
the 8th. The pieces were considerably decayed.
It is a mystery at present.

WILLIAM L. MooRE, one of the witnesses in the
celebrated "Gammell will-case" has been committ-
ed for trial for perjury, on the evidence of Thos.
McLellan and others. He has been admitted to
bail, himself in $800 and two surities in $400
each. On Thursday Peter Imrie was, arrested at
the instance o! D. Johneton, and admitted to bail.
.OLher arrests in connection with this case, it is
said, will be made in the course of a few days.

Rome is said to be satisftic with the French Ele
tions. The triumph of the Republicans.
Mr. Win. Fowler, Liberal Member of Parliament,
was to leave on 6th September for New York.

Yellow Fever at Barbados.
We have been kindly far ed wih the foltowio'
extracts from a letter rcceivcd here from arlbados
uld dated Bridgetown, Augutut 17,1881 i:
The yellow f6ver hee o is assuning the< pi portion u
of an epidemic. The soldiers are dyiug fast and
the natives are not exempt. On the 10th we
buried Mrs. Robinson, the wife of Our good G'v-
ernor. Ilis daughter was at the point of death,
but,thank God ehe is recovering. The fever is on
the increase and getting more virulent. This morn-.
ing three non-commissioned officers and three pri-
vates died. Yesterday, Captain Lawless and two
other officers and four natives died. The garrison
is almost empty. Not one case has been saved in
their hospital.
The number of deaths daily is very horrifying-
many die of the fever but many more of fright.
Many are seeking safety in flight to distant places,
The Boy's College has been closed, and altogeth-
er things are looking very dreary. Bridgetown is
in a filthy state, most disgracefully so.
The T. H. A. Pitt, Captain Young, arrived yes-
terday from Demerara and will leave to-day for
Bermuda. Captain Young has placed his ship in
Quarantine and will allow no communication with
the shore.

is before the Legislature for a grant of money to
enable the establishment of communication by
steam on the above Ferry. Such a means of com-
munication is very desirable-it has already been
tried but failed for want of adequate support. It
will, we consider, be desirable to have two boats on
the line, one boat could not do the work to the sa-
tisfaction of the public.

The above named troupe gave two performances
in the Royal Barracks, at St, Georges on 24th and
2.5th of last month. They were rewarded for their
pluckey effort by having two crowded houses, the
patronage they received being larger than at Pros-
pect, where they gave their first performances.
The first part of the programme was admirably ar-
ranged, and well carried out, each individual get.
ting a fair share of applause. The opening of the
second part commenced by Drum Major Cheesman
singing three comic songs in character, which was
a treat in itself. Then a song and dance by Pvte.
Johnston, very gracefully rendered. A character
song came next, entitled Old Mother Gum," sung
by Bandsman A. Soutter, who is very droll, and
made up as a capital old woman." A step dance
was then given by Pvte. Johnston, who was very
tastefully dressed, and repeatedly applauded. The
Drum Major then gave us three more capital songs,
viz., Millionaire." "Dear little innocent things,"
and My Pretty Jane." After singing the second
of these, a handsome bouquet was thrown on the
stage, from the reserved seats. His rendering of
My Pretty Jane," is a capital burlesque of Simms
Reeves' popular song; for which he was loudly
applauded. The entertainment concluded with a
sketch entitled Wax-ination, Gratis," which is
full of bustle and comic dialogue; great credit be-
ing due to all those who took part in it. The en-
tertainment was again a success on the second
night, the Drum Major changing his songs and
singing two encores, and Pte. Johnston coming in
for a bLouquet for his capital dancing. The troupe
will, we understand, perform at Ireland Island,
probably within a month, of which due notice is to
be given.

To the Editor of the Bermuda Royal Gazette.
SiR,-The letter of your Correspondent Row-
land Ill" in your last issue being calculated to mis-
lead the general Public, I cannot let it go un-
His assertion that it is a common occurrence"
for packages put on Board the "Despatch" to be
carried to and fro for days, &c., is not borne out by
the fact, as in the majority of instances goods are
delivered on the same day they are sent. It is un-
derstood by the Receivers of Goods that they must
send their Messengers to the boat for them, and if
your correspondent had taken this course he would
have received his package in good time. The small
earnings of steamer Despatch" will not admit of
establishing Agencies at the points of call, and
taking Parcels at one half-penny each, but every
care is taken with packages sent on freight by that
Boat until they are called for.
Your Corespondent does not show a friendly dis-
position towards the Boat as he could easily have
represented his imaginary grievance to me instead
of rushing into public print.
Your Obedt. Servant,
Hamilton, 5th Sept., 1881.

HERMAN, TEX, August 24.-The quarrel between
ex-Sheriff Blauton and J.ames Toad was settled
yesterday by Blanton's head being shot off and
Todd shot through the heart, both dying together.
SA person, styling himself General A. B. Martin,
has been apprehended in New York for forgery.
.He has it is said been nine times married, deserting
each new Bride in ten days and paying his bills
with forged drafts.
SILVERTON, COL., August 27.-D. C. Ogsbury
City Marshal, was killed by two rough- on Thurs-
day night. The murderers will be lynched if cap-
A Fire at Chicago on the 261] August, which
commenced in a pork packing Establishm ient o,vned
by a person named Hackett, destroyed property
valued at $1,000,000.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 28.-A Tombstone des-
patch says: Indians attacked the town of Eureka,
N.M., two days ago, amnd killed all the citizens
said to be about seventy in number.
DENVER, COL., August 28.-The Republican's San
Francisco special says: Nana's band of Apaches
after a hard flight before the soldiers succeeded in
crossing the Senora line with the soldiers but five
hours behind. Since the campaign began the

Sir Louis Malet, who is now on his way to re-
sume Consular functions in Egypt, carries with him
instructions which will have the effect of complete-
ly stopping agitation in the Egyptian army.
It is understood that Mr. Charles Joseph Fay,
member of Parliament for county Cavan, will be
made solicitor of the Land Court, in which case Mr.
Parnell will put forward Patrick Egan as Mr. Big-
gar's colleague in that county.
BERLIN, Aug. 27.-The health of the Emperor
William is.bad, from severe attack of indigestion.
VIENNA, Aug. 27.-Two Russian Colonels were
arrested recently while examining fortifications of
Pozemyse, Galicia, and have been sent across the
LONDON, Aug. 27.-A. M. Sullivan has been
advi-ed to resign his seat in Parliament on account
of the condition of his health, but in deference to
the general opinion he will not finally decide until
the expiration of the period of quit ordered by
his doctors.
1UBLIN, Aug. 26.-Mr. Forster, Chief Secretary
for Iheland, went to London on Thursday, and
will start on Saturday for Switzerland whence he
returns about the 16th of September.
ON, Aug. 26.-The War Office has entertained a
quest for the employment of a Cavalry regiment

19th AUGUST.
The Royal Mail Steamer Alpha, Captain Crowell,
from Halifax, with the Engiish Mail of the 10th
ultfi(i4), arrived on Th'iurrday lt..U
We are greatly obliged to CaitiMn Crdwell dand
other friends, for Halifax papers of the 29th ultimo.
The Alpha had a pleasant passage from Halifax.
On the morning of Thursday last she sighted two
barques, under close reefed sails-one of them with
her foretopgallantmast struck having evidently er -
countered some heavy weather.

Prorogatioin of tile hiperial Parlia-
Parliament was prorogued on Saturday the 27th
ultimo. Her Majestyi in Her Speech on the occasion,
declares the relations with foreign powers amicable
and cordial. Satisfactory assurances received from
France regarding Tunis. Self Government been
secured to Transvaal, which it is hoped will tranquil-
izo South Africa. The withdrawal of British troops
from Afghanistan is not expected to lead to any
trouble on north western frontier of India. Although
negotiations have been temporarily suspended the
best efforts will be made to conclude commercial
treaty with France. In reference to Irish affairs the
Queen says it is her earnest hope that the new land
act may be productive of benefits commensurate with
the care given to the measure. It has been the
study of Her Majesty to use the exceptional powers
confided to her in Ireland with vigilance and firm-
ness but with discrimination. Desire is expressed
that the condition of the country will so improve that
the use of these extraordinary powers may be dis-
pensed with or abated.

The latest report of President Garfield's health,
which reached us on Thursday last via Halifax, is
of 11 p.m.,of 28th ultimo, and is in these words :-
Dr. Woodward reports at this hour that the Pre-
sident's condition continues favorable. His tem-
perature has gone down since the evening examina-
tion, but his pulse when last taken, about an hour
ago, had not changed since 6-30."
On the night of the 26th at 9 o'clock, the Pro-
sildent's symptoms were of a most alarming char-
acter. On the night of the 27th there was a
hopeful improvement. On the night of the 28th
the following deapatch was sent by Secretary
Blaine to Mr. Lowell, London : The condi-
tion of the President at 10 o'clock to-night con-
tinues as favorable as could be expected. With-
in the past thirty hours his improvement has
given great encouragement to attefiding surgeons.
He swallows an adequate amount of liquid food,
the paroted swelling discharges freely and gives
promise of marked improvement. His wound is
perfectly clear. He has perhaps a little more fever
than was anticiapted and his respiration is some-
what above normal. The general feeling is one of
hopefulness. Two or three days more of improve-
ment will be needed to inspire confidence.
LONDON, August 27.-It is stated that the Queen
expressed deep regret on learning of the relapse of
President Garfield, and that her Majesty renewed
her request for the latest telegrams concerning his
An affecting Scene.-About the middle of the after-
noon the President expressed a desire to see his daugh-
ter Mollie and when she entered the room and came
to his beside he took her hand and asked about her
health. She replied that she was well, and enquired
how he himself felt. He said, I am better ; ask
your mother if the boys cannot come in." Soon
afterwards James came to the bedside, and -was greet-
ed by his father affectionately. The President's
pulse, however, began to rise with the excitement
and emotion of this interview with his children, and
it was thought best not to allow Harry to see him,
Mrs. Garfield.-Late this afternoon Mrs. Garfield
and her daughter Mollie, with Mr. Rudolph and C.
R. Rockwell, of St. Louis, went out for a drive. Mrs.
Garfield looked bright and cheerful, notwithstanding
the terrible nervous strain which she has born with
such unconquerable courage for eight long weeks,
and as the carriage passed through the main gateway
on Pennsylvania Avenue, around which a crowd had
lingered all day, she responded with a bow and a
smile to the salutations of the guard, and to the
greeting of one or two acquaintances who were pass-
ing. Some one standing near the gateway cried
"That is Mrs. Garfield," and by a sudden and spon-
taneous impulse almost all the men in the crowd
stood with uncovered heads, while the carriage pass-
ed, as if they wished to show, in the only way they
could, their profound and tender sympathy with her
suffering, and their respect and admiration for her
noble courage and undying faith.

Lieutenant Bove, of the Italian navy, who parti-
cipated in the Nordenskjold expedition on board
the Vega, has received from the Italian Govern-
ment a promise that his scheme for an Italian polar*
expedition will be supported.
Great disgust is felt in Berlin in regard to O'-
Donnovan Rossa's utterances and those of his
cowardly associates. The National Zeitung" ex-
presses the opinion that their brutal manifdstos in
regard to English shipping will to some extent
injure British trade, by deterring passengers and
shippers from using the English lines.
The Pall Mall Gazette, referring to Sir Charles
Gavan Duffy's address to the people of Ireland on
the Land Bill, heads its article with the title
"Timely words well spoken," and says that no
more admirable introduction to the Land Bill
could be written. The opinion grows that the
working of the Land Bill will be found efficacious
in the removal of the worst Irish grievances, and
during the next session of Parliament, whatever irn-
perfections may be found in it will be remedied.
It is contemplated to have all the arrangements
completed in time for the Laud Court to start early
in October.
Sir Charles Gavan Duffy writes to the Freeman's
Journal declaring that he has no design to found any
new Irish Party.

Rev. Mr. Cummaine, who arrived by, the last.
Steamer, at Halifax, is a distinguished student of
Maynooth College, Dublin, where he spent aeveol.'
years. He comes to Halifax on the invitti6n of.
His Grace th Archbishop, and will be attached
to St. Mary's College as Professor.
A LONDON despatch announces the death of
Captain C., J. Trelawney, at ,the age: of more than
,ninety years, In early life he. served in the British
Navy, but ran away and joined an American privar
teer in the war of 1812. He took -part in these
Greek revolution, where an attempt was. made. to
assassinate him; was an intimate friend of Byroa,
and Shelley, and cremated the bo'y of, Shelley.'
Hi wrote the "Adventures of a Younger Son-?.;
supposed to give incidents of his own life,aad alsq,I
Reminiscences of Byron and Shelly." .In -1.4,7
he was considered the strongest aad., hadidomestai
man of the whole of British line-of-battle abip'1w
crew, John Butcher, formerly boatswain:o -tbOth
cutter "Haumilton," himself one of the beet built
rmen of his age, now a Custom House Officer, knew
him intimately, and says that he was thp grandqst
* man he ever knew. He could swim Bytron'dbi#
sight and remain in the water longer than.ayl
he ever met. For more than fifty years he-Ied
ballet in his person.
By order of the Federal Council the Nihilist
Prince Krakatine has been expelled from Switzer-


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at the Cape after the reduction of the British garri-
son in South Africa, as a measure of precaution.
AFOIIANISTAN.-LONDON, Aug. 26.-The Viceroy
of India telegraphs that a reinforcement of tho
Aneors infantry and cavalry with some guns, had
arrivf'd at Kholate Ghilzal from Cabul.
24.-France has resolved to appoint a commission
of enquiry into the occurrences attending the o0Cu.
nation of Sfax, and has invited the commanders of
the Italian and British Ironclads to participate,
The invitation was accepted, but the Italian consu-
late continues its special enquiry.
ORAM, Aug. 24.-Negotiations have begun be.
tween France and Morocco with view to remove .
ing any cause for conflicts restilting froth
Frepch operations in Algeria. It is understood
that Morocco is favorably disposed on the subject.
LIN, Aug. 24.-At a meetings of the Land League'
Mr. Sexton, alluding to Harcourt's remarks con-
cerning Michael Davitt, described him as the pan.
other of the Ministry, so sudden was his spring and
so deadly his bite.

From the Illustrated London News, Aug. 18th, 1881.

It is estimated by the Deputy Master of the Min,
that out of the total gold coinage in circulation
amounting to about one hundred millions sterling,
not less than 40 per cent is light to a degree which
tenders the coins no longer legal tender. It is to be
observed, however, that a Sovereign reaches thio "
point when it has lost three quarters of a.grain of'
its weight, worth about three halfpence. The esfiL
miated life" of our sovereign and halfsovereign is
about eighteen years. It is satisfactory to learn
that although sovereigns are occasionally found
which have been tampered with, our gold coinage
does not,as a rule, suffer from anything but fair
wear and tear. It appears that the Bank of England
is accustomed to send light gold to the Mint for "
recoinage at the rate of nearly one million per an-
num. The Deputy Master considers that a sys-
tematic recoinage of our light gold has now become
a matter of "some pressing necessity," and that the
operation would be accomplished in about four "
years. The last 'calling in' of the ,gold coin
took place in 1842, when, in accordance with the
Queen's proclamation, the price of 3 17s. 10}d4 -
per ounce Was paid for the light gold on delivery
at the Bank of England. Upwards of eleven million
sterling in light sovereigns and half-sovereigns
were forwarded to the Mint for recoinage In the
first eighteen months,
Owing to the fall in the market price of silver,
the profit on coining silver pieces has risen sincd
1870 from 9 per cent to 81-34 per cent. As the
Mint, however, receives back worn silver coins at
their full nominal value, the net result of its cqin&-
age operations in respect of the silver pieces is sup-.
posed to be rather a los than a profit.
From a statement of the Hon. C. W. Freemantle
before a recent Select Committee of the House of
Commons, it appears that the intrinsic value of oulr
bronze money is only one-fift h of its nominal value ,.
in other Words, there is a profit of four hundred per
cent on the manufacture of these coins, which is
necessarily a government monopoly.

Promising Discovery of Gold on the Line-the
work to be rapidly pushed -ST. JOHNs, August 16.--
The New York and Newfoundland Railway Com-
pany formally commenced the work of railroad con-
struction in this island to-day. Shortly before noon
the first sod was turned under the management of
Mr. Bolland, an engineer of Europeann reputation
and several squads of navvies are now buily engaged
in grading those sections of the road that had been
previously located. The two termini of the railroad
are St. Johns on the south, and the' norlh shore of
Notre Dame Bay on the northerly end. Concur-
rently with the inauguration of the railway' work in
St. Johns there is reported from undoubted sources a !
gold find of extraordinary promise at Mings Bight,
close to the very spot where the New York Com'pany,
at least for the present, purposes terminating their
line. The vein ranges from tep and a half to twelve
inches in breadth on the surface and widens con-
siderably as it descends. It has beemn found by the
assayer to yield eighteen ounces of pure gold to the
ton of ore, and so far as explorers have ascertainmed
the vein preserves an unbroken continuity for several'
miles. The proposed 400 miles of railroad 'now ac-
tually begun run through the whole of the principal
metalliferous belts of the island, and the capitalist
of New York who have secured this golden contract
with the Newfoundland government willtdaily'dis-
cover to their extreme satisfaction, as the work pro..
gresses, that in their eight mile alternate locks a-'
long the whole line of railway they have secure&
mines of rich, rare and undoubted wealth, from which
the means of building a halt dozen Newfoundlantd
railroads such as the one contemplated can be-obtain-It
od. The Premier of Newfoundland and Mr. Black-
man, the mnianinger of the New York company, are
now in London, and will leave for St. Johns by they
next Allan Steamer. Mr. Blackmaii vill,
ceed without delay to New York, and there organize'"
and despatch to St. Johns several corps of engineers
for the immediate location of the whole line. Tti6
work of construction is now calculated to be broughtii
to completion within two years. ''

Five hundred years ago the women of Etirop r
had in their hands nearly all thegeninemedicalandr
surgical practice. The ladies of the medieval castle
and of the later country houses had a traditional
skill in sampless" and in surgical pratice. The' i
regular doctors of those times were generally
quacks, whose recipe books still record their shame-''
les guessing and their profound ignorance, Medi-
cine passed from the woman to the men, chiefly
through the advance made by great chedtnBts '6of
the rougher sex. It will never return to the extent
they once had it in their hands. But their long and
unreasonable exclusion from its practice isa ceasing.
They are, for the future, to hold an honorable anad
recognized place by the side of men.



SSANITARY PArmrs.-During the last few years
the attention of sanitarians, of architects, and, to
thbir credit be it said, of the better class of build-
ers also, has been from time to time particularly,
directed to the encouragement of practical im-
provements upon the old and highly noxious white
lead, and the many other injurious pigments in
almost daily use in the painting and decorating
trades...Numerous preparations have been introduced
varying naturally in quality and lasting properties,
and, consequently, in commercial value also, but
most of them with a more or less equivocal 'sue-
cess. I
tondon (Messrs. Griffiths, Berdoe & Co.) has been
recently started for the manufacture, and upon a
very extensive scale, of various descriptions of
paint, varnishes, &c., required for internal and
external decoration, and also for the manufacture
of several othet sanitary and kindred preparations,
which "are likely to achieve for themselves valuable
industrial reputations.
The proprietors have for many years devoted
themselves to the improvement of the ingredients
of ordinary paints, having expended considerable
time, patience, experience and capital towards that
end, and now by a personal supervision of all
branches of their manufactures, and of the various
Ingo-redients used therein, hope very materially to
add to the reputation which they have already
attained both in sanitary circles and in the corn -
mercial world.
[A Circular from the Company may be seen at
the Office of this Gazette.]-Ed. Br. Royal Ga-
From the London Times.

The 25'th Regiment, King's Own Borderers, is t
have two battalions added to it, and will be quartered
on the Scotch border, at Berwick-on-Tweed, and the
79th Caimeronian Ilighlanders are to be affiliated with
the Scots Guards and do duty with the lHousehold
troops in anl arbond thle i'oy;al palaces, the trews of
the latter being substituted for the present kilt of the
R. C. GARRISON CHIAPLAIN.-Rev. Canon Carmody
has been appointed Roman Catholic Garrison Chap-
lian vice Rev. Father Brindle, whose term has expired.
It is understood that the practice of sending out Cath-
olic chaplains from England has ceased, and that here-
after they will be appointed by the Archbishop, under
)an arrangement with the Imperial authorities. Ca-
non Carmody is appointed under this arrangement.-
Halifax Morning Chronicle.

Captain J. G. Ponsonbv, 49th Regt., appointed
Brigade Major on the Stiff in these Islands, Vice
~aptan D. L. Brain, 4th King's Own, who some time
since resigned the appointment-came passenger in
the R. M. Steamer Alpha," on Thursday last.
BIRTH, July 26, at Woodereen. Middlesex. Eng~
land, the WiFr of Asst. Com. General Lilly, of a
MARRIED, on the 2nd August, at St. Peter's
Church, Reoent-square London, by ihe Rev. R. II. A.
Bradley, M. A.. vicar, the Rev CHARLES EDWARD
STEWARD. R. A., Rector of St. James's, Higher
Broughton. Manchester. to MARGARET KATHARINE,
eldest daughter of the late Ar.drew Davies Bird, Esq.,
of 6 Brunswick square, London.-London Times, Au-
gust 3.
LEFRoV--WYNNr.--Jtuly 26, at Shenfield, Essex,
"[ 1 .. 4 1,- D -7 J r* T 3 4r1 T i

An important addition has just been made to y t hne".""" Revd-T- ev. 1. '. 'erguson, the reutor,
fleet of gun-Vessels with which the Chinese Navy assisted by the Revd. T. Constable, CAPTAIN HENRY
supet pf gnlied during ithep las few yiares Aly GEORGE LTEFnOY, 44th Reimeinint. eldest son of Major
has been supplied during the last few years. Al- enral ir John I. Lefroy, K.C.M.G., C..,'to
ready 11 vessels have been sent out from time to BLANCrH, daughter of the late W. R. WVynne, E'sq, of
time, differing in details, but uniting the pectuliarity Bronywei don, Denbighelshire.
of extraordinary gun power in diminutive craft. Bryn o \ ni s hirIe -
The two new vessels differ essentially from the pre- D PIED. at Ireland Tsland, on the Iat September. 189l
ceding 11 in combining great speed with great gun EDITH EMiILY, fifth daughter of Frederick Adolphus
power. They resemble the others, however, in and Mary Elizabeth Dunkley, aged 3 years and 4
being wholly unarmored. Their displacement is mouths.
1,350 tons. They are built of steel, and are pro- ---...
pulled by twin screws driven by compound engines i
bf, together, 2.600,indicated horse power. They each Moonlight Excursion
cairyl two'" 26-tnn 10-inch breech-loading guns,
mounted upon centre pivots, one forward and one l3AJ'D GRsI"D) OLIO! !
aft. Each of these heavy guns commands a nearly f
all-around Ifire. The charge of the gun is 180 D w- -b
pounds of Powder, and the weight of projectile 400 A G AK:AN LIO will be given in
birds the peuelrative power equal to piercing 18
inches.of solid, unbacked iron plate. They carry be- lll ir r^
sides, in eabh, four 40 pounder breech-lading guns,' ALL
two 9--pOunder' breach-loading guns. two Nor- A S R ST
denfeldts, and four Gatlinigs, and, furthermore. MANGROVF BAY, SOMERSET,
two .steam Cutters fitted with spar torpedoes,
The engines, boilers, magazines, and machinery are ON F R ID A Y,
entirely below the water-line, and atire further pro- d
tested by a steel-plate under water-deck, the space 9th September.
between which and the main-deck is divided into
Numerous water-tight compartments in which coal Doors open at 3 p, in Admission 6d.
is stoked; thus adding to the protection afforded by STEAMER "DESPATCHI" will leave Hamil-
the deck. Hydraulic steering gear is provided and ton at 6 p. mT. for Somerset, leave Somerset
placed below the water-line, with alteifnittive hand to return 10 p. m. Excursion Tickets 2s.,
gear and tiller. The vessel is also armed with a for- may be had at A. R. THOMPSON'S.
midable steel knife-edged spur, or ram. The coal
bunliers take 300 tons of coal, and with that quan- Hamilton, September 6. 18l.
tt the vessel can run continuously at a speed of r
about eight knots for four weeks together. I am Instructed to Sell,
On the 14th and 15th inst. the idw vessels went .
through a complete course of trials off the mouth of AI t PUblic Auction
the Tyne, under Admiralty inspection. Their speed
was tested over a course of 10i knots, and was ON THE SPOT, at 12 o'clock,
shown to be, with all weights on board, on the ave- .. w S ,
rage'of twv6 runs each, over 16 knots in one vessel '
and 1& knots in the other. The guns were fixed with 0 1 I I V 9 8 1 1 *
battering charges abeam, ahead, and astern, and at September 20th,
different elevations up to the maximum. Not the
slightest sign of weakness was exhibited in any part ALL that certain PARCEL OF LAND near
of their structure. The handiness or power of ma- the Flatts Hill, in Smith's Parish, con-
nmceuvring: was found remarkable. With engines tamining one rood and fourteen perches or
stopped suddenly they were brought up in about thereabouts ; bounded Northerly by Land of
thrle and a half lengths. Reversing the engines the Heirs or Devisees of John Outerbridge,
brought them up in about one and a half lengths, deceased; Easterly by Land of Eliza, the Wi- i
With one engine driving ahead and the other astern, dow of the said John Outerbridge, deceased;
they circled rapidly to port or to starboard in their Southerly by Land of the Devisees of William
own length. With the hydraulic gear, the rudder Edward Zuill, deceased, and estersy by Land
was put over from bard.a-port to hard-a-starboard of Henry Thomas Tucker and of William A.
in eight seconds. The vessels were kept easily cir- o
cling round a drifting target at about 150 yards, Taylor.
while the target was being riddled by the machine THOMAS J. WADSON,
guns. Auctioneer.
Without claiming too much for these vessels, it Hamilton, August 29th, 1881.-2 3p
should be remarked of them that the penetrative
power and range of their guns measured by the ac-
cep'fedofficial standard exceed those of any gun yet
afloat,'except those of the English Inflexible and the F
ItaliaB:Duilio. No unarmored ship that carries guns A tHandsome Rosewood Square
can beceompared for a moment with them, and no 1a
armored ship equals them in speed. The nearest is ?
the Duilio, of nine times their size. Thus their IT D
vastlysuperior gun power would make them most By one of the first New York Makers-has never
foruiirable to the largest unarmored vessels, and changed hands, been carefully used, and in
their superior speed and greater range and power of d rr
artillery would enable them to in some measure gocd order.
cope with an iron-clad, since they could ordinarily Apply to
choose their own distance, and from their diminu- B W C
tiveness would be very hard to hit; nor would a B. V W dLKBR CO.
singleshot by any means disable them, owing to the September 5, 1881. -3 pd
under-water and other protection given to their vital __
parts,; As skirmishers to open attack or as cavalry 'W n
fire harass a: retreat, they would prove valuable ad- W an ed
jnncts to a first-class navy, and they are not subject i
to the rapid depreciation which the progress of ar- A TI DY H 0 U A I D
tillery imposes upon a costly and limited ironclad
ship. AND
The vessels are being commissioned by Admiral C RTdBLE I? J3IN
Ting with officers aind crews sent from China, and .4 RESP CT B l t ^, /
admiral Ting will shortly call in at Portsmouth for To do General Household Sewing, by the day.
.the purpose of paying his respects and showing his
vessels. Apply to
Tw9pty-eight. acres of land at Ballast Ground MRS. G. SOMERS TUCKEK,
Grenada, has been purchased for the put pose of Sunnyside, Paget.
erecting a lazaretto. Alazaretto was urgently re- September Gthb, 1881.
quired owing to the present sickly season. -
In the United States a pig is a "pig" until it F O ? GS-fS E
is 6 months old, after that age it becomes a" hog."
The value of hog produce shipped from the The well known Horse
United, states .during the year 1880 amounted to .^ -
$100,799,414, as against $77,356,947 in 1879. to Faug I aba sal,
A line of Steamers is to be Established between a B l a
Miford Htaven, Wales, and Halifax, N.S., and St and the Bay Mare
Jobn N.WB" ES |.
The potato Bug is doing much injury in New
Brunswick. Apply to the COACHMAN,
Twenty-five glass blowers from Pittsburg arrived MOUNT LANGTON.
aitlXw t(aagowp N,S., on the 9th instant, to work September 6th, J881.
in.theGltas factory just erected there. p '
Diptheriais reported, as making great ravages F 'O Sale
"ao0g children at St Joseph do Levis, Quebec. r 0 -l
There were 20 barrels of impure milk, just arrived
by a single train, destroyed in New York City, on As a whole or ii1 lots to suit pur-
the 6th ultimo, chases,
-The flow of German emigrants to the United
States is very continuous, and as it is composed: '_' (aDT^Il ,,? lt^
telnoat entirely of the male element, it is supposed j 1 j|ut 'a
t/r in a very lew years, the female population ot and northern portion of
that country will be as one to six of the male. thE Ar
dt, is uo.w/,eporied says the New York Herald, that t LN ( ar or ts)
aynamlt'is bsing packed in bricks, all for tee In Warwick Parish recently occupied by Mr.
English market. It the manufacturer. ot these in-. JOHN F. WILLIANK.
fernal machines could be persuaded to bring his REGINA GRAY
head severely in contact with an ordinary old fash- REG NALD GRAY,
ioned brick he would be more useful than at pro- 1 For the Morgagees,
seat. !30th August, 1881.-3p tf

FRUITT HAMILTON, 1st Septr., 1881.
WILL BE HELD. The Members and Lady Friends of the St. TECTION ACTW 181.
At the Mechanics' Hall, George's Young Men's Christian Association -
On W ed esSetend holding an The attention of the Publi is
On Tedn ay, ept. 7, Ice Cream and Fruit Fes- drawn to the provisions of the Wild',

For the purpose of receiving the reply of the tival Birds Protection Act passed dur.
Parish Vestry to the resolutions submitted so ing the present Sessio :
it from the voluntary meeting of 14th July all i l |O|W l YgTISr AC a Penaltynot exceeding one
last in reference to the Establishment of a St. George, found for every bird besides costs.o
School for the Education of White Children imposed on every person wh shall
in this Parish. n Tuesday N ext knowingly and wilfully shoot r attempt ,
All Persons who attended the last meeting k to shoot, or use any boat for the, purpo of. ,
and the Parents and Guardians of Children in- 13th instant, shooting, or who shall use any trap or other
terested in the success of said School as well Commencing at 6-30 p.m. Proceeds in aid of thing to take, or who shall offerea or otal, or
as the Public generally, are requested to at- Reading Room and Library Fund. have in his possession, any RED BIRlD, -L ..,
tend. Admission (including Tea,) 1/6. 'BIRD, BLACK BIRD, GROUND DOYE, .,
Hamilton, September 5, 1881.-1 pd --- TRIDGE, LONG TAIL or BOATSWAIN -
Ice Creams and other refreshments. BIRD, HUMMING BIRD, KING-FISHBR, -
Furniture Sale Apples, Pears, Plums, Peaches, Grapes, &c. WOOD-PECKER, RICE BIRD,'ORANE or
t Sale. A Table of useful and Fancy Articles. HERON.
-'' Tickets may be obtained of Mr. Charles! A penalty not exceeding five shillinig. fto
S S. Bourne, and of Joseph J. Smith, Secretary every egg, besides costs, is also imposed .on'
Y U B L I C A T I 0 a A. and at the Doors. every person who shafl take, remove or de- ,
WTLT D a. o stroy, or who have in his possession, or offer
W.ILL BE SOLD, j St. Georgo's, 6th September, 1881. for sale, the egg of either,of such birdsas a: ,~e
O TI above mentioned. .
O n ursday next N oti The Act obliges, under a further, penalty,.,-.
The 8th inst., at 12 o'clock, M., every person offeuding a -ainst it's ovismns;
e 8h i c to give his real Christian Name and Surname,'o.-
At the residence ofoth e late Sergeant-Major MEETING of FARMEtR<- and MERt- and place of abode, to any person rewatfirtyi
13ROWN, directly opposite the new B. M. E. A CHANTS will he hold at the the same.
Church, iu this Town, The Act also offers a premium of, fouir'AiHil-
A LOT OF ToWn Hall, Hamilton, lings for every Crow, and one shilling for
every Crow's egg, taken by any person, ana "
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, O T.Ban., at1y, uaied topay. prem wich t -,
&. & &c Instant, at 1-30 p.m., Peace; but the Receiver General is not re.,
&e. quired to pay a premium which does, not a- ,:,
Consisting of: for the purpose of discussing the question of mount to four shillings at least payableat one-
TTANDSOME Cottage PIANO the Crop of this year and its disastrous results, time to one person.
LL TABLES CHAIRS with the hope of awakening some practical pro- B His Honor's Command.
Rocking CHAIR PICTURES positions for improving the prospects of the com- y onor command,
WASHSTANDS LAMPS ing Season. A list of Persons, at whose instance R. E. 'WEBSTER,:
REFRIGERATOR Meat SAFE this advertisement has been made, may lie seen, Colonial Secr6fetary
Cedar CHEST CARPET after the 7th instant, at the Royal Gazette" -- ---- ..-..-- -..- -.-. ,_ :.
Pieces Oil CLOTH CROCKERY Office. N "
Kitchen UTENSILS Hamilton, September 6, 1881.-2 3d p., pl. ..
American STOVE and Piping ---
Kerosene STOVE ALL PERSONS wh ha ue6-
And a great many other artifoles too numner- '- needed in curing Tobacco raised from
ous to.mention. Seed distributed by the Board of Agriculture.
B. W. WALKER & CO., J fam instructed to Sell, imported from Havannah, who are desirous. f"
Auctioneers. competing for the prizes offered for he best
Hamilton, September 5th, 1881. At Public A u C t 1 0 specimens of well cured merchantable lef
) tobacco, according to an advertisement pub-
T P LuI ON THUi SDAY, lished in the Royal Gazette" newspaper of
PITCH BP Ei be a 2. the 16th November, 1880, are requested to in-
S15th September, at 12, Noon, form the undersigned in writing at their ear- :
THE UN DERSIGN EDI) A list convenience, the quantities raised, and
Offers the remainder of Cargo of a cured, and if the specimens are now dy for
h Yates T R inspection.
Schr. R. E. Aates, 'Q A T-n 1 T 1), C A 1rT RIOHARD TYNES

COnsisting of
Scantling of various Si-
zes, at a fair discount if taken
from the Wharf.
The Cargo of Schooner ---
Shortly expected from Brunswick, Georgia, f
Consisting of
Plained, grooved and tongued I" & 14" x 6"
3th September, 1881.


Rates of Passage and Freight on'
Passengers to and from Hamilton and Ireland
and Boaz Islands.
Residents of Ireland and Boaz Islands 6d.
and persons employed in H. M. Ser- each
vice at those places ) way
Passengers to or from Somerset via 6d. each ;
Boaz I way.
All Luggage will be charged extra."
All other Passengers 1/ Cone shilling) each
Freight on Parcels 3d. each, must be prepaid.
Persons expecting Parcels by the Despatch
will please send for them to the landing place
as it is inconvenient to carry them to and fro,
besides being attended with risk of breakage
or loss.
Hamilton, 6th September, 1881.

Sewing Machines.
PERSONS wanting a good and useful SE \V-
ING MACHINE, which is simple, dura-
ble, eas)-running and quiet with all needed
speed, will find it to their advantage to inspect
those manufactured by Messrs. E. Remington
& Sons.
'The character of this house for Excellence
and Honourable dealing is well known in every
important countryon the Globe-This not only
relates to their Sewing Machines, Arms and
Ammunition, Agricultural Tools and Imple-
ments, but to that wonderful machine THIE
TYPE WlITER1-only one in Bermuda.
These Machines have no equal and at prices
to suit all.
Opposite Post Office, Ilamilton.
Sept. 6, 1881.-1

Jloney to Loan,

On approved

Real Estate Se-


Hamilton, 5th September, 1881.-Ipd.

SOUNDED Easterly, by the Main Road
B leading to Mangrove Bay, and there
measuring 20 feet or thereabouts; Southerly
by Lands of Sarah Jane Taylor, and there
measuring 300 feet or thereabouts; Westerly,
by Lands of the Heirs or Devisees of Thomas
Blay, deceased, and there measuring 150 feet
or thereabouts; and Northerly by the Naval
Cricket Ground," and there measuring 350
feet or thereabouts. -
The above Parcel of Land is well adapted
for Building Lots,-and its close proximity to
the Naval Cricket Ground makes it valuable.
Sandys, September 3, 1881.-2 3p


I am Instructed to Sell, '
At Public Auction,

The 15th instant, at noon,
The late residence of Thomas H. Gilbert,
Esqr., deceased,
Household Furniture,
Particulars of which will be given in Royal
Gazette" of 13th instant.
Sandys Parish, 5th September, 1881.

become a Partner in our Firm.
Hamilton, September 1st, 1881..-twice 3p.

To Importers from New York.
Ji First class VESSEL
Will be despatched
From New York for this
U ATES OF FREIGHT, d-liverable in Ham-
ilton :
40 cents per dry Barrel,
8 cents per foot for Measurement Joods.
and other packages to be estimated at one
fifth below Steamers rates as per Tariff.
75 cents per Barrel for Kerosene OP.
Engagement List for Freight open
at Office of undersigned.
Orders to he sent per New York Mall leaving
hence 15th ilubtant.
Please apply to
0th September, 1881,

Clerk to the Board of AgrioiAture.
Hamilton, 5th September, 1881.

A SMALL quantity of the above SRED to
arrive by the Flamborough," on SMON-
DAY Next, the 12th inst. -.
- Persons desirous of obtaining Seed willpl'asa '.';
make early application to the undersigned;
where Lists are open.
Captain A. HOLLIS,
or to
East Broadway.
Hamilton, September 6th, 1881.

Sugar! Sugargt
Ex Mystery and E.xcelsior from '
SDeheraara, ;;
Barrels yellow
Superior Qua'ity.
Barrels MIuscovado. -
At lowest rates Tor the 'Cdst.' '""

6th Sept. 1881.



' and a Small TRAP, suiiibte for ahn- f-
Apply with particulars, .
2, Alfred Terrace,
Irelad, isl1~4
September 6th, 1881.

S The Dwellmng IHouse, r4t ar
S Front Street, Hamiltoe (ealt)f cetv.n
pied by Mrs. Veal, i0 o
Early possession give. '
Apply to

Hamilton, 5th Septr., 1881. '
1.1ST 'OF 11 .NL -IlED LETTER P I f4.1
Joseph Adams,. Chas Aubrey, ,Knug rp., '
J W Baitholomew, Richard Boi, He, n y.
R Bell, Thomas J Bearn, Jaim, ButVter .
Black, H A Buttoifield, 1,ra Kichmond uIlNe 1,
R Carlson, John M Caszino. John Clarke,
I Cornish, Frazer Deshield, John Emanuelda.,i
vid Ellister, Hemny T Frith, B 0 Gilbert, Siime'
Giadrasict, John J F Grant, R v Edward lrZJ
J A Holt, Louise Harrison, i t .Jones, JrPi-. '
mo Joaquim, Brown Jwas, Joseph Lopc, A
Lambert, Mr Muit, Peter Morray, Senor Mi4gf,
Daniel S Outerbridge, Antonio J Penqiu, Pearpmq"
& Co., Sarah Packwood, Win Robinson, Fran
Robinson, B P Richardson, W H Simmons, A1
( Steele, Peter Smith, Dinah J Smith, Joaeph 4l
Silva, Emilii A de Silva, John G Smith, Chais Sct
Walker Smitb, G V So49y, F M riminuglhm i' ,
Tucker, Dan Virgin, Ellen Whatfop, leGqrF
Wares, George.,Woolridge, ,
FlCE r..G0QAQts, Sq. L1.
Normon S Blanchard, Hattie E Bean, W Bulloy,
Carlton, Mrs Mary Perry, 'lren T Trott.


From the New York Herald, August 25.
Boers and Caffres-Interviews with
S the Leaders.
Our Pretoria correspondent sends the following:
-Last eyefipkg Twas iivited by Dr. Jorrissen to
meet the Bodr Triumvirate and hear from them
their views for the, future settlement of the Trans-
vaal, and also upon the occurrences of the last few
months. On my arrival at the house I found pres.
ent Messrs. Paul Kruger, Pretorius, Piet Joubert,
Boskes, Dr. Jorissen himself, and Mr. Esseler, who
most kindly volunteered to act as interpreter be-
tween myself and Paul Kruger, the only one of the
party who did not speak English. He, however,
understards the greater part of all that is said to
him. To Pretorious, as the ex-President of the
late Republic, I was introduced first. Both he and
Paul Kruger are most disappointing in appearance.
Kruger is apparently about sixty years of age. He
Is over six feet high, but fat and unwieldy, and
has a waddling walk. His face is dull, flabby and
expressionless. His small bleared eyes are half
hidden by the heavy lids. Long, thin, straggling
hair covers his head. He shaves his chin and upper
lip, but allows an untidy fringe of hair to grow all
round his face. In dress he is slovenly and care-
less. After greeting me very cordially be sat back
huddled up on his chair, smoking a long clay pipe
and apparently oblivious of all that was said
around him, but in reality taking in and remem-
bering every word uttered. It is only when Kruger
speaks that the naturally determined character and
shrewd, hard headed common sense of the man
come out. He is credited with possessing more
power of dogged resistance, combined with daring
adventure, than any of the other leaders. Pretorius
somewhat resembles Kruger, but is bigger and
stoufter, weighing nearly eighteen stone. He has the
same dull, heavy, blotched face, and is about the
same age, He wears the ordinary peasant shoes,
called veldt scones, made of rough, untanned leather,
and is generally untidy about his dress and appear-
ance. During the whole of our interview, which
lasted almost four hours, he kept on his slouch hat
and long, thick overcoat. Never once, even when
speaking, did he remove the pipe from his lips ex-
cept to replenish it or to sip his gin and water.
Vlhen Pretorius does rouse himself he ocoa-ionally
lets a jolly smile brighten up his otherwise rather
forbidding face; then his expression is completely
changed, and allows one to form a far more pleasing
estimate of his character. He is not endowed with
any great amount of brains, and has been chosen a
member of the Triumvirate for the traditional prest-
ige emanating from his name rather than from any
natural qualification he is possessed of for the
place of a leader. Boskes is by birth a Hollander,
about forty years of age, fat and fair, with abun-
dant beard and mustache, a florid face and an un-
pleasant expression of countenance. He is of a to-
tally different stamp thad the other members of the
Boer Council. Mr. Esseler is a student of medi-
cine at the Edinburgh University in Scotland.
Upon first signs of the outbreak he was sent for by
the Triumvirate to take charge of the ambulance
corps, but arrived too late to render anyas distance
in the field, and was therefore made Secretary to
the commission on the Boer side. He speaks Eng-
lish Dutch and German equally well. Although a
young man he will doubtless fill an important post
under the new Government.
After a few remarks about the fight at Bronker's
Spruit and the siege of Potchefstroom the conver.
station tell on the plans of the Boers: -
i- Correspondnt-Having regained your right of
self-government do you intend to make a railroad ?
Kruger-We should naturally wish for a railroad.
We wish to be behind no other of the colonies.
But, if England exerts herself to prevent us, it will
be a very difficult task for us to obtain one.
Correspondent-How would England exert any
power in the matter-?
Pretotius-Ii-ehe sees we are laying down a line
she may step in and take away a strip of territory
through which the line must pass. She can so leave
us the interior with no means of access to the coast.
Joubert-I do not think that at present a railroad
is necessary for us. While we are obliged to treat
with only one Power it is almost impossible for us
to make any great advancements or improvements.
We could not yetmake our line pay. All the ports are
In British hands, and we should, therefore, receive
no customs duties to enable us to pay for the rail-
way. Of course we might charge a second set of
duties on all goods tnte ing the country, but then
we could not afford to buy the articles which had
paid such heavy duties.
Kruger-We shall also keep up telegraphic com-
munication with the rest of the world, but we will
not pledge ourselves to maintain the line at pres-
ent laid down, or to lay another in any given di-
Correspondent-What will be the necessary quali-
fications for a member of the Volksraad ?
Kruger-Exactly the same as they were before
the annexation. A foreigner may be admitted just
the same as a Boer, provided that he is a burgher.
He may be of any religion as long as he is not a
Pretorius-Years ago a law was in force making
It obligatory on a member of the Volksraad to be a
Christian, but in the year 1864 we revoked it.
Correspondent-Then a Christian Caffre will be
eligible as a member ?
Allin Chorus-No! certainly not. Under no con-
Jouetr,-Tbat is to say, at present. But if at any
future time the Caffres become as a nation civilized
and Christianized then they will be made eligible
like ourselves.
Correspondent-May Caffres hold land by legal
Kruger-Caffres cannot hold a title to land them-
selves. They must reach a much higher standard of
civilization before they can be permitted to do so.
At present the State will hold the land in trust for
Correspondent-Englishmen are constantly telling
the commission that the country having been given
back to to the Boer rule they will not be able to
live in it any longer. They say they will be taxed
out of all proportion to the Dutch and will be com-
manded to fight out of their turn.
Kruyer-This never happened before, and why

should it now ?
Joubert-- The question is this :-If foreigners, for
I will not class Englishmen as different from any
other nationalities who may live among us, if they
want to be burghers they must obey the Burgher
law. They will find no difference made between
them and true born Boers.
Dr. Jorissen--This is of all countries in the world
the most liberal in its dealings with foreigners wish-
ing to reside under its laws. Here it only requires
one year's residence to entitle a man to all the
rights and privileges of the Burgher law.
Joubert-If a man says hbe is merely a temporary
resident he need not fulfil the obligations of a
burgher. But ilhe.desires to vote and to enjoy the
full rights of citizenship then he must also be bound
by the obligations of the burgher. Men in war time,
however-rno shopkeepers and no clerks-are com-
pelled to fight. If their turn comes they are al.
lowed to pay 5 instead of bearing arms them-
Kruger-Very justly men who do not wish to
fight are made to pay towards the support of thos3
who are willing to risk their lives for their country.
Pretorius-We have no frivolous wars. We do
not fight because some officer has brought an insult
upon himself, or for some trifling breach of eti-
quette.' If we fight it id to protect our homes and
bearths or to punish murder and rapine.

Kruger-A. man cannot expect to come here and
make his fortune either from commerce or tilling
the land without paying for the protection of the
laws which enable him to live in security. He can-
not do so in any other civilized country, and natu-
rally he cannot do so here either.
Pretorius-Rest assured that never in past time
have foreigners been called upon either to pay
heavier taxes or to run greater risks in the battle
than our brother Boers, and in the future they will
be treated as in the times gone by.
Correspondent--If Sir Henry Bulwer had been
sent up to Pretoria as the first Governor, and had
carried out a wise and just policy, would the coun-
try have ever settled down quietly under British
Pretorius-No, never. Under no conceivable
circumstances would our people have ever submit-
ted to British rule.
Kruger-We will have no government but our
own. We left the Cape Colony to be independent
We left Natal and we left the Orange Free Stat,
when it was free no longer. In 1852, by the Lan
River Convention, the British Government at las
recognized our determination to b3 be free and
promised to leave us unmolested in our new homt
across the Vaal River. Then we were few in num-
ber, poor in cattle and with no money. Twent-five
years elapsed. We had become prosperous, rich
and happy. Then the British Government again
coveted our land. They said we were bankrupt,
that we were too feeble to protect ourselves, and
under such wretched excuses our freedom was again
taken from us.
Correspondent-But what is the chief cause of
discontent with the British Government ?
Joubert-The whole system throughout South
Africa is radically wrong. We will never endure
t. South Africa can never be happy and prosper-
ous under it.
Pretorius-No; there is no one cause. When a
nation wants to be free, nothing but freedom will
satisfy it. Personally I have against the British
government the complaint that they will always
listen attentively to scoundrels with well filled
purses, but turn deaf ears to the entreaties of honest
men who are poor and not sufficiently powerful to
make themselves heard.
Joubert-But for the headstrong action of Sir
Owen Lanyon last December there would not even
now have been blood shabed. He said to us :-" Either
-give up your best men or declare yourselves rebels."
We had no escape. We could not give up our men ;
so we were declared rebels. Even then we did not
commence by fighting. It was necessary for us to
have certain documents printed. We sent men to
protect the documents while in the hands of the
printers, and these men were fired upon by British
Pretorius-Sir Owen Lanyon gave orders, Fire
upon all parties coming within a mile of any town
or bearing arms."
Jorissen-We intercepted these orders. Then we
could not on our part allow troops to move and
this was the reason of the Broubers Sprint engage-
Correspondent-Now will you tell me to what
cause chiefly you attribute your extraordinary vic-
tory over the disciplined forces of a great military
nation ?
Kruger- (speaking with the greatest reverence)-
There is only one cause. The Lord will not allow
injustice to prevail.

To all who suffer from Headache.

Always on hand at the Store of
Sole Agent.

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