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D.M. Lee
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
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No. 46-Vol. LIZ. STATE SUPER VZAS ANTZQUAS 24s. per Ann.

1Hamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, .Movember 18, 1879.

Abstract of the Prooeedings of the Honorable
House of Assembly.
Wednesday, 12th November, 1879.-Mr. S. A.
Masters presented a Petition from Win. Benjamin
White, praying to be refunded a sum of money
imposed on him in 1853 as a forfeiture on the land-
ing o certain packages of Tobacco not duly entered
on its Importation-for certain reasons stated in
the Petition.
The-Attorney General from the Committee ap-
pointed to prepare an address to His Excellency
the Governor in reply to his Speech at the opening
of the present Session presented a draft thereof,
and the House on his motion went into Committee'
to consider the same.
t Mr. J. W. Pearman in. the Chair.
The several paragraphs were read.
Mr. Tynes nioved the following addition:-We
concur with Your Excellency that it is incon-
venient to many members of the Legislature to be
called away at this busy season from their nume.
rous private avocations to attend the sittings of
parliament and we are glad to learn that there
re so few measures to be brought to our attention
-which was not seconded.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the address without
amendment and it was adopted by the House and
passed (as follows):-
SWe, Her Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects
he General Assembly of the Islands of Bermuda
desire to thank Your Excellency for the Speech
itl which you have been pleased to open the pre.
sent Session of the Legislature.
"We shall bring to the consideration of the ques-
tion which we are principally called together to
consider, namely, the Education of the people of
these Islands, a deep sense of the importance of
that subject to this community and of the respon-
sibility we are under to the country for our action
upon it. It willbe our earnest desire to make fair
adequate and impartial provision for, the mainten-
ance and improvement of the Schools which afford
the means of education to the poorer classes.
The Audit Bill when laid before us will receive
the attention which, it deserves, and we shall, be
glad if any measure can be devised and passed for
securing the' regular and punctual recording of
Wills and Deeds in the Secretary's Office under
provisions which can be safely and judiciously ac-
cepted by the Legislature.
,We join with Your Excellency in the hope that
the measures to be adopted during the present Ses-
sion may conduce to the welfare and prosperity of
the people whose interests have been confided to our
0a re *
Ordered, that the following Message be sent to
His Excellency the Governor:-
Xlay it please Your Excellency ;
-We are directed by ; the House of Assembly to
acquaint Your Excellency that having an address
to present the House desires to be informed when
it, will be convenient to Your Excellency to receive
the same.
Ordered, that the said Message be carried by the
Attorney General and Mr. Dill.
The Attorney General introduced a Resolve for
defraying the cost of new Timbers for Causeway
Bridges-which was read a first time.
The Bill The Audit Act, 1879," was read a 2nd
time and committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
The 1, 2, 8, 4, 5,6, 7, 8 and 9 clauses were agreed
iThe House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
ment, and it wes adopted and ordered to be en-
The following Message from His Excellency the
(No. 1.)
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon-.
rable House of Assembly that he will receive
heir Address in reply to his Speech this day at 8
'clock, p.m.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, 12th Nov., 1879.
The Petition of George S. Locke for the cost of
epalis to the Causeway Bridge, &c., was read and
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
eave to sit again.
Mr. Fraser moved that a Message be sent to His
xcellency the Governor requesting that he will be
leased to obtain from the Board of Works, lor
be inlormniation o this House, the cause of dam-
go, done to the Swing Bridge by the Schooner T.
ickens on the 8th March last-which was agreed to.
Mr. Types gave notice that on the third reading
f the Audit Sill he will move that the word
'eighty-three" be substituted for "eighty-fouri" in
he duration clause.
Mr. S. A. Masters introduced a Bill to amend
he Liquor License Acts-which was read a first
The House waited upon His Excellency the
governor to present the Address and being return.-
d Mr. Speaker reported that having presented the
dress, His Excellency was pleased to reply as

governor and Commnder-in.-Chief,
SEMbiLY ; .
I have to thank you for your reply to the Speech
which 1 had the honor of addressing to you on the
0th instant, and I have no doubt that you will use
our best endeavours to pass those measures which
ill be brought before you during this Session in
ch a form as will render them the means of con-
erring permanent benefit,upon this community.
Adjourned to Friday next.
There is one word of which four others can be
ade, which alternate curiously between the gen-
ers. Heroine' is, perhaps, as peculiar a word
any in bur language. The first two letters of it
e male, te first treefemale the rst threefemale, the firt four a brave
an, and the whole a brave woman.

Under the Patronage of His Excellency Major
Governor and Commander-in-Chief,
And Major C. HEREFORD and the

Of the above Regiment,
Garrison Cricket Ground,

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

(Hon. Secy.)
Capt. MUNRO,
Lieut. HADow,

Lt. and Adj. PHAYRE,
Lieut. DAVIES,
Lieut. FEARON.

Segt. Major HEDINGHAM,
Col. Sergt. ORGAN, Col. Sergt. DREW.
BETWEEN BRITAIN AND GAu.L-All cliffs may be
said to be illustrative, more or less, of the sea's en-
croachments, for their promontories infallibly indi-
cate those rocks which have greater powers of re-
sistance to the invading element, and bays those
which have less. 'But the iapid waste of the east-
ern and south-eastern coast of England leads to
some interesting speculations in regard to the past.
It points to the probability.of the tradition which
makes the Goodwin Sandd take their name from
Earl Goodwin, the father of Harold, whose estates,
shortly before the Conquest, are supposed to have
extended as far seaward as the site of that danger-
ous sand-bank. So also, a ridge of sand running
across the Straits of over is thought to be the last
remnant of an isthmus about six miles broad,
which may, before the days of Caesar, have connect.
ed Britain with Gaul.-Belgravia.

J. C. Keeney
Has received at His Dry Goods
A great variety of useful Articles, for Table and
Kitchen use.

.j iBoots & Shoes,
All of which will be sold at the Lowest possible

dind at His Grocery ad
A Variety of Canned GOODS
SOAP, &c., &c.,
Reid Street 4 doors West of Gazette" Office.
lamilton, Nov. 10, 1879.

The lUtdersitged Offers,

xS Brigt. "Canadian,"
Just Arrived from P. E. Island,
923 LS. Prime "Garnet Seed" POTA-
92 3 TOES,
132 Ditto Ditto "Minnesota" DITTO
244 Ditto Ditto Table POTATO ES, "Jackson"
100 Ditto Ditto "E. Rose"
14 Ditto TURNIPS
438 Sacks Heavy Black OATS
20 Hitf, bls. MACKEREL
11 Tons Choice HAY
2 Bbhls. EGGS
35 Tons "Smiths'"- COAL

3Nine Sup

Nine Superior



&c., &c.
, 10th Novr., 1879.-

Bermuda Hunt Races.

Persons Desirous of Erecting

BOOTHS, &c,,
At Shelly Bay, on the day of the coming Race
Meeting, must apply in writing to the HONO-
RARY SECRETARY. Those applying first will
have prior choice of available ground.
The ground will be allotted to those who
have sent in applications between 2 o'clock
and 5 in the afternoon of MONDAY, the 1st
December, at Shelly Bay.
No PUBLIC STANDS from which Spec-
tators can view the Races, except those be-
longing to the Race Club, will be allowed to
be placed on any part of the ground near the
Race Course.
Ton. Se&y.
Mount Langton, 8th Nov., 1879.--2

A PURE AND GooD WOMAN is a great power.
Whether arising from the courage that is founded
on a sense of responsibily, or whether unconscious-
ly exercised and dictated only by her noble in.
stinct, she has a great power in modelling the
characters and regulating the conduct and lives of
those who are under her influence.

THE Patronage of the Public is
respectfully solicited in purchasing

At the Store of the Unidersigined. He warrants
them to be among the Best and Cheapost in-Ber-
,V N.B.-Orders will be received for the
Best Bermudian made Cake and Cakes.
Reid Street, Hamilton,
Opposite Mr. J. C, Keeney's Store.
Hamilton. Nov. 11, 1879.-4 '

The genuine Eastern Island pure


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

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

Go to N. ./1 Cooper

He has just Received per Sir George F. Sey-
mour" direct, and via New York, from London,
A Choice SE LECTION in Variety.
Also, his usual Supply per Canima" of Ame-
rican- GO, )S and GROCItIR E.S
N, A. COOP 0 ER,
10th November, 1879.
THE ESSENcE o1 FALSEHOOD -The essence of lying
is in deception, not in words. A lie may be told by
silence, by equivocation, by the accent on a sylla-
ble, by a glance of the eye attaching a peculiar
significance to a sentence; and all these kinds of
lies are worse and baser" by many degrees than a lie
plainly worded ; so that no form of blinded consci-'
ence is so far sunk as that which comforts itself for
having deceived,-because the deception was by gest.
ure or silence instead of utterance; and, finally,
according to Tennyson's trenchant line, "A lie
* which is half a truth is ever the worst of lies."


Garnet Seed Potatoes.

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

Selected expressly for BermunIda Market.

.'JU V V i a Limited quantity of Minnesota
e Seed, Flat Leaf.
Which will be offlr.d Cheap for Cash and on
accommodating terms to approved Purchasers.
-2 IHamilton, Nov. 3, 1879.

Hamilton Hotel,

The above Hotel will be ready for
the Reception of GUESTS
Ou the 2rde 2us tan t.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Nov. 10th, 1879.



Offers for Sale, in addition to usual Stock
GOODS, always on hand,
A Fresh Supply of English
PRO P1 S 10; YS, &c.,
Per Sir G F. Seymour," now
from London,
JL Boxes Assorted PIPES, I1 gross each
D)ITTO, 5 Gross Boxes
Half Chests Oolong TEA
Boxes J Size Tins SARDINES, very cheap
Ditto j Ditto DITTO
English SALMON and OYSTERS, I lb. Tins
Bottles Fine Table SALT
Bladders Pure LA IRD
Kegs B. C. SODA and Soda CRYSTALS
Belmont Sperm and other CANDLES, reduced
JAMS assorted
Ginger Beer& Soda Water CORIKS
Coir BROOMS Assorted BISCUITS in Tins
Fountain & other Choice PERFUMES
Parlour MATCH ES
TAPERS, &-., &c., &c.
CONFECTION ERY Conversation Lozen-
ges, Pear Drops, Strawberry Ditto, Cryst-idi-
zed Injubes, Acid Drops, Caraway Comnfits,
Scotch Mixtures, Barley Sugar, Brilliants,
lon Bons, & Wedding Cosaques, 7 lb. tins.
And per Canima' present, usual
Supply of
&c, &c., &c.
Planting 0 T S.
lHamilton, Nov. I I, 1879, 3
Nos. 27 & 28 Front Street.
If there is anybody under the canister of heaven
that I have in utter excrescence," says Mrs. Part-
ington, "it is the slanderer, going about like a boy
constructor, circulating his calomel upon honest
S"I think you must allow," said a pompous gen-
tleman, that my jests are very fair."-" Sir, your
jests are like yourself," was the quick retort; "their
age makes them respectable."

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


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

E. B. Jones,
Corner of Reid 4. Queen Streets,
l1as Received a further Supply of Carefully

From London by the "Seymour" direct and
via New York by the Canimna."
Gentlemen's Black and Drab Silk and

Hamilton, Nov. 4th, 1879.


New Lighthouse St. Da-
vid's Island.

OTICE is hereby given that.
N the 3rd November, 1879,

on and after


Bermuda Hunt Races.

f am desired to give notice that no persons
except those who re Members of the
Hunt Club, will be peri fitted to TRAIN OIL
RIDE Horses on the Shelly Bay Race Courie,
unless they have a written permission signed
by me.
(wony. sec.
Mount Langton, Oct, 20th, 1879.

A fixed White Light,
Of the 2nd Order
Will be Exhibited at the Lighthouse on Mount
Hill, St. David's Island.
The following particulars are given for Pub-
lic information.
By order,
Clerk Lighthouse Commissioners,
Hamilton, 18th Oct., 1879.-8

St. David's Island Light-
QITUATED on St. David's Island-in the po-
sition marked "Look Out" 138, Admi-
ralty Chart Bermuda Islands No. 360-is a
white Octagonal Building 55 feet from base to
Lantern and 208 f',et 9 inches above Sea level.
It will exhibit a FIXED WHITE LIGHT
of the 2nd order, visible between the bearings
of N. 450 W. true [N. 38 W. Mag.] round
by N. and E. to S. 440 W. true [S. 520 W.
Mag.] or over an are of 2700. The dark
section extends over the remaining are of 900.
Although by the mechanical contrivance of
the Lantern the Light should be visible all
over the are of 2700 before mentioned, it will
be intercepted by the lands about Fort Vic-
toria or from a bearing of N. 34 W. (West.) .-

Tobacco Planting.

THE Spring Sowing of Tobacco Seed having ,
failed, and as the Autumn Season for
sowing has arrived, persons desirous of trying
the experiment of Tobacco Cultivation can
procure the Seed on application at the Boyal
Gazette Stationery Store or to R. TYNES, De-
September Qth, 1879,
Women often loe tethe men they love, and who
love them. By mere wantonness or coquetry they
reject, and then repent; they should be careful not
to take the step too hastily, for a proud, high-mind.
ed, gifted man will seldom ask a woman twice.
POPPING AND PuNNINo.-Anna, on receiving a
cigar from a young gentleman who had not pluck
enough to say he wished to marry her, twirled it
playfully beneath his nose, and looking archly .at
him, popped the question thus, Have Anna? 1

Executors' Notice.

WA-HEREAS Probate of the Will of FRAN-
TV CIS TONGUES late of the Town of
Hamilton in the Islands of Bermuda, deceased,
has been granted in solemn form by the
Court of Ordinary of the Islands of Bermuda
under a Decree bearing date the Twenty
Seventh day of October last past: this is to
give notice to all persons having CLAIMS
against the Estate of the said FRANCIS
TONGUES deceased, that they are hereby
required to forward. particulars thereof in
writing to the Executrix and Executors whose
names are hereunder written (addressed to
them at the Office of Mr. R. D. Darrell, Ham-
ilton) on or before the First day of December
next, after which date the Executrix and Exe-
cutors will be at liberty to distribute the as-
sets or any part thereof, amongst the parties
entitled thereto, having regard to the Claims
of which they then have notice, and will not
be liU ble for the Assets or any part thereof so
distributed, to any person of whose Claim
they shall not have .had notice at the time of
distribution of the said Assets or any part
And this is further to give iiotice,to all per
sons INDEBTED to the Estate of the said
FRANCIS TONGUES, deceased that they are
required to make payment of their respective
Debts to the said Executrix and Executors
at the above address on or before the said
First day of December next.

Hamilton, 3rd Nov., 1879.

tl Do b t)

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Hamilton, lom1er 18, 1879.

EN]If- 1E -Lt.
sen 4c t s It. to J. T. IDarr,-il Co.
17-.' l ir. E$j I; u,,rt,on.1, N. rew Y,,r! ;n a .,,!',*1
Ncrv 13 h 4Ckh tiJ{-H4tdm,--4ilkey, i3th nvwhk, .
13-Mail Steamer Canima, Liddicoat, New York ; 4
-pkgs. old metal, 18 casks and 2 hhds. bones, 1 roll
l,,nth r. 1 1L..;w- ; : ,L .i l '( 1 1.1. i';!,il i 1 i'.
.. ..i.t .4.--
2-!-r!tL '1.- tn'1l fl ifliU

Nov. 5-Barque Carpiuie TFoc.le, Baltimore; 6,255

bW 'r I
Nov. 10-R. M. Stiaiinr-r Ila,. Slw, Halifax; Mails.
7 1 )- '' : 1 P S-t y lt -',e i-.tho,' -- V;"; -D
In mhe I i:;il 5- ti-ci'ii r .a an cmnl it Tinirsijii,. In-t- f.t.r
New Yoik:--Me --. W. W1'itlitall, Ire-jilent (i. P. S.
S. C W.^ }iiXA ],' hyfailr-'G _.L P. 8, .. Co.. 4. E.
Ou 1te- 1 .. J. JA. .-.-bri -
S ign od, hn' Di r. -Jo-'.' (,i;, e, J.
Scribnor and vito, T. I Ft lfil.l, U. :CJ,. ,,
-l -I
_ ,-edi ,. i fj ;'.l- i r. .. i
The Go-mlan.a l.r .1-t.m-, *Crn ICa ri.MI .:-111 from
Itaj r,;ih li l>.to IHauunr- |'in'i ,wni l clccrii yi.. ed in H rra' ;tv'r 1.'Ts-tii.r m 1- n
mainmast gone by the deck, with all 'ei:s, st,' .
attached, and leaking badly-I-i..ien Quiarati linle.
Thle, CBquAQ.Cqe ( ; IS, :. from Baltimore
eoiuncr /atd wii, A. l F w, i, arrived at St.
G, srac, g,, Wl.;.t.i. t. .e*, cargo shifted
and Ci c g- t -g iiep c-us t- .Lg' Lnikett.--Js li~isa-. arg'imn'
cargo. -
The Dau'-r, Tler, ciero-l-rit Louialun f-er Persictnab
Ott A .' ,t" ( ,- ot
A./'ei ore'ldred at, N$w k ok -for
Ber mudrNov ember 7.,
71 i 1 onreginuin Bark -'i-ait, 'Citl. letter gn.t-, whiet.
ar.rj kifid ih'n C'J iut- fron Swansea, wit ite, 'l ,
bLk q ( Owober a.t ta-er lHami.iad of Newcsn-tle
bqptkc t je4rurnra, in ,Int. -12 'G. ]>-ig. W'-N \
bN bvniber ~'tn.l J1 oor p.h- -.i [. o" ieklatnd,
h.dh -,aL 3,- u ,N.rtm, Iog-. 5iW' \Ves..

'1lei^ dma4rjdr Barque FJiil;/, in coi-mii g to her
berthmiua-h6 iRwarboureof Hamniltoni ont Frtidyi reornring
lamelmat iJl-thd,bartih-stoff the foot ol c urn'aby Street,
* an lto re-p u.m lt,,l. ,tisi ( ifa. l n ile fIlloe wig tioran-
in h,, ia Tiun]_ iat;ii rig. : 'ctorts -er- mihadoe ivim cednatSel.,
oirv (oltn diintcf-, Ulal fl he i nte l ii niii !iglh tid-t .
v itdV t t.-kitoiiirw 'r1 s s tic I' e lo lf..t r t idis nevt-iient. the
pialt orzano tai~ at ut w.- do think tlli: t te slii hed
slindfel(u 'i 'be a e-we'd. to rna niuI tler o %n lien it,cant, at, licouseiyv or (i0W", oie renioyd.
a.- ; t.' ,. -- '
h )agfTe.d-, in fiV'nut townsin to lo oli- ovemerut&of -
ille Nherv York MAiil Stean-crts l toHlie f.lIowing c -.i :
Pendir futhnr pa ns, li ri wio. -
turn on Ol'eoIifne ic',ti'--i ff atl vo i,. mid will, i.I-
bly be b. irliu-.l l' yr LtheS i'tea rcnl Flamnhbough for
a initio th i yi cn lie BE .n --t will c-,ntirtu. the ..rvi,.-a
urtrffThtw ithis-able to res true hie-r itherto --111uar,1
voyakes. i No-etaxcit Minfaicipahe-i l biv thICo in rinkinmg
tlteapj ilgest, *ec ithe Fi/(cC-:-.e ;!.. 1may be Iooked-l

rFoeur 1 ,4eVoi'thave been receutly f1'ei fio ,-iitng
vessels in Quarantine at toe Enst Eud. Uo by
the Police Magistrate at Hamilton, in the suni ofi
23 10i fine ,aud cost;', and tlhrE others by
th$ oli^bIng\u.rtr- at St.t. G(eorge in the surm rof

.In'th favored us with a cnpy
of q't.r ,pr Trihi of Co merce of the 81h.
in a dIb-ici e ie dorved esaterily by the Schr.
ollo il'.ad,.14, areglihqm which we copy the
following:b- -
Shares Delaware antd Hlludson Canal Co., 77.
Lonog Zr, KM7.-Thecorrespond-enit of tW-Daily
News at Constantinople telegraphs as follows: No
official communication of an intention to send the
British fleet toa Turkish wateias was made to the Poilte
but tte'prilt, ihpapirg of 'ch-nruitention, madOe
inqdirisianYobjec'd eiAnsc-h ante'p as uIinjustioble
and unfriendly. The Porle is c-nsidering the pro-
posals of reforms in jist the same way as during
the lasttwelve nimonths.
by bb-,i flro. Vienna to the Stmulard soays ;
PrtVate letteis from Constantiunople confirm thie re-
portprd-f lthe extrefnity of the distress in the finau-
ciat thi-llftrs of Tutliey. Even the pilgin iage to
AM4 .wheh bhas hitherto been prorisioned at the
erdse.odf the Government, is unable to get aiy as-
sis.tiinbe.,an'erent-'whic-h has never before occurred
esiuif tQtOabishmraent of athe Ottoman. Empire.
CbSa'yriteisPzE& Nov. 7.-It i -E'specled : that
ith.tlakin- will abortly-iasue a flat ordering the
iaielldiate commniinceuient -of internal reloit m.
'be-BO'Al'wanridts have nominated Marshal sC-an-
robirtias-acerfddirlate ior Sercctor.
t'holipot Q'anh g areezi-cgt be-twcen Russia and
Ataif '*wna rnistake, fc uhded on the suhstitutioen
o, Xls4'a"' fe tOerynanv." .

'lifF-lPss'LititaagM~as 'srepceed a tlil' for the1
sa?'tthite MNlAin 'nod Wisier R&it'road to Prussia,
allbo'agit 'the llte does not pay.
't4O8'Albxander, forbierly agent in TDostcn of
thfrt-unard Line of'. Steanships, died Fliduy in
SotIA*ihd after three days' illness.
be'F-r0i6'h revendetor the (eft months of the
prdAil ri ending with October exceeds the bsti-
mates by 123,000,000 francs. .
Itfs:sahid tBitt Prince' Dismatck is not liiely to
expcflence mtich relieff until'he observes the advicee
of his-pliyMiciAnf enjoining perpfct- red -ami qnlet
lof, aiontiderable time. "
Affwkvdanh t1e grard says general 'gatisfacltin is
fel 4-' ;With'fthe 'bil!?or :thi: .rboilic n aif s,-'iery,
which was read in the tiantv t'M'n-'iill on,' Ite- th'b
instant. -,,lt. ,nily o nly toracW it reconcilables
,m .. NI% ', ;.a-

aICN S LLt SJ 'T PlBFR. 1879,
0-00 16 0-00
rlT "A 0'00 0. 17 0-,Q 0.
3 0-00 18 -00 o
...--- 0-78- -19 0-00
5 .+A ..

8 0. "23 0-00
.*" 2 .. .

0-07 2.5 0"00
n1 0'00 26 0-16
S,'. ; fJ 4 27 : : 063
..] 'a 0"0 28 e ,(I
1.4 0-75' 29 0-iS -
15, 002 1i 0030

Total 5-891Ins.
Ralitifall, Septea.ber, 1878.:....;...............598 Ins.
Average4 Raihfall' of ten years 1870 to 1 ,
r8* Tn 1ldusive .....................5*34 J 1ns

Taken at 9'30 a. n.

1% : 'r '* *aW7 *..'
I M1 Jfl i)N- F

PE ,Tp, '-r.:T Nf- LL -,.N : 1. '...

' b. Eden 10 c: Rawruon, b. Wood 4 try itself in its reviving energy at length came to
p. Connors, E., 6. Eden 0 run out 6 the rescue. ,There results, how:-vtr, 1:is advantage
Pte. Huggirs, 1-19th, c. from 1879 trndA, that 1ie opeiativc-'e, ave been I.-ept
. Eden, '. Wood 0 not ou ", together, and that the pl;ut of the ( Sap. Fetherstone, uE..; C.' order all ready for anactive business. .
an'd t.-b.* 17 c. 7 Keninedy, 5. Wood G Mr. Gowen, in his letter to the leading Em-
Sgt..-Ml j. Bailey, b. ', e.-. p lubi:.lZ:.l in t1.:- P,, ilihiielphin Ledger, Oc-
. Eden 8 b. W ood r 0 ti,:"- 2' 1iti, -(:.hti ,a t l i:he .: .c to ti,.- Ooal Trade at
Pte. Kuowles, 1-19th, b. $1 p r ton on the output, owiung t thc- want of co-.
' Edt-u -:* 0 b. Woo4d 0 operation ainc-, the ccll.frfii,.. and notified an-
Fap. Bla.letfl.wer, TI:E., e. c. Kennedy, 5, Car- ,advance .in rates and wages, :.-:,,,- a reason,
G..rc] . 'up. ,, --ic r..E.,' W ,. .. 0 a .s. Lt. has noW Ic C .i ... .'c *. '-..''i h ,' :iise e o n i .. e '
Sap. Allen, .E., b. Eden 0 absent 0 to advance),.,i', cs co-., sV-J 'j d >o y ., w h/er. ,.ill Ath oi'.i.'s
Cr.-Sergt. Drew, 1.19th, I follow or not." In the Philadelphia Times next day
Snot out 1 6b Wood 1 the Lehigh Coal Op-rators attempted their defe uce.
Byvs I byes 1, L. Byes 1 ;2 They stated "TlhI Lehi-,_ itaIde d,-ire-bet-ri: pric"."
and. : ': fc ."riiw-a tu is_ r:, itn- lug "i pter ton in Ntv.-
S.- ': Totr-il 42"':-- Total 21 York waters, and by 1 o ait rif tihe Leliighl Yalle,-y
C.i .' Con.qComp;-any,r .Le'-,.gh.Iu'hlivid-,lul Operat-'rs> in-i
Or .,; .- .lst, Iu in -s. su .a- wiil it c -i r .'i 1 i elo. m hnL a.'igin."
cT' 'IEna.ire-r a i_ ,' i J- v New Yoik,
I. C. Kennedy, 1-.IFth, iuu out.... .........20 ,h t. h n tl, An it, inits
J. .- Ed, runm ou ...,. i., ..t 4 issue .LT,,x -er ir l r Cha t- iz::" tie trde a.. "act-
C. K. Wood, R.E., c. Collins, b. Knowles ........ 5 ive aQnd, l:.ih- ithI :,v.nciu,- pri ,."
rH, E ., c. Hu.min-, .bAllen .......13 The Coal T....i Jornl N., T-, 1 ,
J. Fearon, 1-19th, b. Allen ................i ..30 Anthracite .:. I .-.. -!,n... and has L .:-.1
R. Ca :r, A.I.. 1..w., b. Allen ...........,. 2 considerably; tC. general desire fo.: sr ,Ite1 r 1-
. Iellrd, r. Alen, .... ........ 1 negative .: is '-, .t done the a-vik i::u.:,,-.n
A. S., II:.-w, 1-lth, not out ................. 8 ,with the increasing cj-Ti.1 ,L, rom improve-
r. P- ,yr,-, 1-19th, b. Allen ...... ........... 4 mention m:in.:, :..-iir a : .-. I area of con-
Col Gordon, uE ., b. Allen ................... 2 -o, lia ." it, j .:.i i:._ : iha, ,i t,,
J. Cotesworth, 1-19th, b. Allen ................. 0 coal for some '-.a.-: te c .ei .cn -.- to th;e severe
Byes 12, Wides 4 .....................16 strain what is alre:dyiin i., I:as en.--.,anu.:vd. What
rf- 7* capital has been miawir'L'.- 'ili La...- <:.-ailv
Total 105 meet with its jui z.-iura. After all, Anutii .:,ie.-
have been ] c 1:.,.den-u:i., for their ,.::u-. than
A.stowaway found on the sleamw-r England from tIeal EstatE rand Sbhips, w'i.s:h during the crisis
Liverpool at New Yori died a.elow minutes after have been ruinous holdings in mcf,it iusbaL-e. :
discovery, He had been without food or water for My former visit to the Anthracite regions was in
13 days. October, 1877, on the conclusion of the great strike.


-, -.- .. ..... -_r --.-.^ _.,- -, t .h E t,",' f i ,.. L'.,,'.'.' .. ,. ',," ., :

l e lo -. 1 ..
plated the erection of a Home or Club, for the use 1
.. Y _-: :, .. _'* ...t. e C o n! : U ... .. _. _. -I.. ,, i ,_ v, ..- ..'. ', .... 2 ',
of the S 6:,-9 ..1 c t- T .i t iyr: 2- i.:1 1._0- -i-t v. r -Wv,! .l-. M-

:"su1- 0 t ., I0..- .. t. m -
t-.( fad ( r cli '. r4 i -".,. -. i -al p .mr-ia r- m T, I i" i,,io. n
o -C e A. de i, r .al iI -, -t ci te It -ia.- 011 A, 'i ,'-'.,n m : ,' conservative thinkers,
Fot i n D ockyardf ex.,n-t n altnba) ,-- ,o -:.ivl 1 i,.,, :. ,-: t, ,,h., t_,- .,,.- : h ,-,n i ..:-
.!-t- A,... i :.,,,, I,, e.rtl cue ,-if. tirn--lir. t t")- ; ', f" tnt, Ml ,tL e- !- ,ir.t.- C : c -al
Toidal levels fur tho welaite and eomifit of our trade of the t-i-'. States will be etpblibi u nnn a
-.1 cf t'., vo. -ipi pl-.' Ic a.-. {..rm r basis- than :'r T..f,.:.. Tt i-:t 1,-l -, th .ft
E 'So f Atn. r-: f a f.S l: t l o "Na.Crintiaer- the market in 1880 may H "1 t11 coal tht ci
in-Chief, Admiral Sir .Tlme.: Hfirpr-. CO .. ., \i ; n i.:, l ti it hi.-.a -n -i- n c. mni-, pn ral ..... the O !i ,luch I:", o M"1 if t. Df t: .-.r, -a u-r .c. n i' r -
the view of keeping the m ni u1v.-.0r hi. ,-cim:m, ct .d a. -r al-"u!- a m l luc -.ira i'i a,h, [
mneh a a p0esihlie from the lw hanits and bad in- nt"i- re a.,t -ia montai mi .,
1. *.-.. : e -.,:e r'..-trl, i a n -l-a, i :c Ga.l
p t- '. I iu t I,
pIC t Ii -,:, ; --! -:,, c.t tili-.,:,i a S.-nr-,a u: t ;V, caused by h 0 xCcoiv' .uduing apa-
o.-..ideauat d ,. m ..: v .a i r.liad T1la city of the mine a;, t iat, w.leuoE t-rI h.t e equilibrium
ti eUt erso11oyei 1 W WiNanr of supply and te.- .tn b ,::,.::':1-, a healthy
c-fi -nc-c-",' i:;i.-..- i- condition of irii-- '. if'+ ', 1i..- Cusue. Each
SIn 1877 it was felt that the- tiu.,:- had come when .
0s, l.ould lep t:boien -,r tl.e establishment of a i l,i- .i't a, aeri :1 nIA,,. ~n;. i.-
.s a i l o r s -. u d l M ,Io m o- -,1 a-.m ,a fr eiex t e n d e drv i n i "x fo r -i . . Mainin -t o on a more extended culties of restricting production in mining are by
.crE- t!,an her-toto. r t- With Ll-1, he4 th.-:en nom es .niht. h r- ,r1 tin e- of
,'-,I.- i;, r-i;-_r hit, A,-lu:iVl i' I Kl- I ,.e i i: such a .r.- i a t: V DI.i 1 vr, ,'u- .11. r1 t ,-, in or-
,,-i.... ..., l at a i a,.rnlt ti, ,-l of the Ofll --- o, t',, a ..a .mau ie ;, .. t ~ ,,,d e r,'i.
er-s, .eomen a id ; i,.m t of the Fl:et. a-
a-i uouy iml,,ota t Sun. ienW00[ tow1~,o!anM e u ''" mhStl t-, oL- ivn.s t of n,.
,:I14 inmptautMeti g was hel n Jue 2nd, eaut att -n- the r .,i,-, of c ,f w':. Wi n
S77, and wr:anttidd a the tC o ti m of hr ade 0ivltge o an ,e-.I ,a;- h a.ti a ;vi it-
c:,n ,a au- .n ila 'A,:, the S.h,' then -:t Lic- d thtt e rtotb tvCi (- C:-
mn 'n I 1.rp" v ,.hid-ert.o, rhilvd t: munpil v. irp'., .o.-'tfly r', s-in'd
-Considerable -.ut io.-. .1 a-:y : e- e r subscribed in 1 ... i. I r t o., on m i i -in .. t.Mi
tihe r'-itt. Tii fe T etin-' unuaiji ,:,.c-,- n:-.-reed that '..,- -.. it ,n L c, o.1T J i e. t' i
S- >';a,% et S ;..t itei 10I .. .
h,--..-was a dc- ,-._c-.,itt or a :-enOn a l a.- x. :,,; ia , ut- tie 1n., ,: n :.i ti- .a lY: a
ltWs hoe dou lLnd AIMIn d it n Corn- ,. m
.i tt .. -1culd be appointed-and subse options raised. r .: t: ieei s i. il t'- ,t,_ -..hee i.l-
On eppltirme ion n.. It-I m -1 a teL. .t hqi- c-fhthe ,.astrh-c ot Ato ,n c ,ase l age Iitti e di ra.
t 'inih.-II ci entityty. thlctere ,a. n dto
,ihiri'aitV I r D ii'-l,t tl,.ir L ilr.I: I -,i-. hil.s-t. re- ,, v-h ; 'ir .a o c.:.:,-e
r,;:r ru- tll rtld t ti king 1 entirtell a most tr otIjilt-I bg t nr- a IniIn oQ-t-VUni-
f1tr ita Pett,, c,u ilm ro -l ant. mo. tihe L, .t ti,. : tl r r-
S--ie tsilti'- ;l. 1:. 0 -lit:il iOd Island a .iL...ias, Q t -h- o- f r1 '
,-.r tn e -ten i..of th'fo,, I- TI, ite which co,iaetiron which :ii t I bu.- ind ildno, arv.
..enp ..c twopre a- f .ulyV a l ilt t,. .a;ig ,,m-inpanies -1 .at te c.ri
R .Ntp,-, -l Iv air v .rtt of lthe- I-a iy.oU -, .a-. n, t t. l i:- ,,-it,' and with return
brity aud beauty of aspect f .:,a:! v, ,:, -,.. t .it- ,: be little doubt that
Trhn-s nUcoriiSed the uC.nmmittee have worked wTt lri 11. ..u ,-l-i ,,vcr h l i- t i. e ;: .M
seti'-rnouslyt ctl-th et Sfiim.-ientet rhoauv to waxra wthn wi, wat ,1 t i.
a -.inmtememit tn' thie Buildinge. I had t- ;i .ivilege of inspecting a shaft at Pitts-
I A successful rcppemal has I-ecu macto the men of -wLio'nwill thousanlr,.uud,
the S eluadron, and from tli-se aud other quarters i,, whi. will e- ti-.r a h ,udra,.t-l pha'r o thl,:s,
t!.- large sum of 1,050i hIs becenu aiied. a li a I- s-in ,.p.r- -t m
ipopl'-tr. byUt l et i- lc ui 1 (wit1 ,.impan- ril
Of Ol, sum a c.,,nsid.-rale part bas 1eenMen iv-c-nb ;J,,- iwIready:for full r ii i181. a" 1a
fie- ltierality of the Gentlemen and M uer..m-nta of -n1,atv -ecfr.,n-tfuc'r o 1in, e nu f.u if mf i a -L
Ptanua "who hre eevine. the warmest mintqrest iu pyv ot oiw,.e-an unt thtine c- ina n emrpH-timnly
thih ce-iti benefit oar o hailourrs.
TA lhorg tt(Iies! .e.. our um v strong position. It io nr., st a l hi,,ly 11 ,t ti.ey
Althogh .50 is a Ite sm it ies 1 ta would now :1pei,.l any of their reserves in opening
1half the amount r i'd afor Hieforpsed Sailors in ouce li
al t.-.a ntc rci. ,-eltii tho pro.sed ilet oi p fresh operations if th.r r'en:-. of thereby pro-
.nd. .iar..s. wh i.h ... pi 6f... o fitably extending thaIb it. .ir. U-..-e not almost an
pilati'- dimensions. It will :..pi cco- assured fact. At the cost of the Agricultural in-
clhtic-,n f-rur10- ,i-n n ill .iie- be -; 1 t:L :- 0 A r,,., tl-.e current cIf E: -ar- h I at been
th-e ,i.t-l Dinin aIm, Kit.L ,-a:, lm:.i:t Bar,- ,.,a,-W a l y tur l in f T von of tihe ni-
a 17,-,iug it Sniokiu.: rvei:t, i irate rc i. Q ted States,. As natural a., .,,-,u r,. : a iix -,. of
fer tLe Petty Officers, tiiri. rd room and rBow-i.e l trade has set in, anda feeling of t usin..-.,aR.:,t..
alley f-r-Recreatione p,, .- ti yio i li tl ar rI
The Tuileiug lawI le' --,.signed by S 1)Ss ,I imp be.:.:i, ,,,-: ,.ur. the dAlar.v o,..
l De ...Br" g -edt.. ...., vi Gaal :a,!n t ,s n ,f ,rr;,. ,.y, i the i hp.,r ;t;.v,,
F-iar., Clk e t!,: De-: r.r- of gol ny ias of Foreign trade i'.;ea the
t azfret il i- fl=er it Stock Exchange. LaW prdwn uto. i eM..pile a by
dence of the-Captaiuin-Clhange, Captain .lor,, -h % Exchn h.- -_ i p by
R.N., for the cerem.:,ny of laying the Fouunttiou i. w o ai. lrotilc hai -&. nr Al, in theAV
Stone. turn :1f t:! irean:r, ffo fat', .:t r i.-.-a d-' r solid tse
St-t i wi h&thWp .utlrhkin, every sue-os curities. The advance has not been more r:in
amid trust flnt cr mm months have. passed our than was the decline' t1!:-,- years ago. D1eaware
callant oSenrlie an'' Irzin:s instead of, p:.: force, and Hudson henlly -Tut down from 115 to 80,
h, in" ltoesplu:ni tI.r l.ard ..atner w.gc-st urr..ou,- about its -last iort ,ua, and thu ito 60 and 50,
,Ju i.,y the tel!nptal. to svi..e which unhatdly.. e- keeping near the l-t.or th-. greater part of the in-
iNr o ientitully on tir i.,-n, .- ,c.,,-ible nt Sterval: S Sis no, means -ahigh quotation for it.
tliev will have every c.-nm-rt 'and amusement ciKa Dlaw--I-udson, been I : -ticngly held
whi-thi a reas,:unablelu can ,5eicre. O it would have been a; u re atd favourite and more
In short a Ho me.! ,rrounded by lovely scenery itw quoted. Lee transactions ineit have bee
on Iland Island. is transactions in it have been
We s-i.t an 1au tity may be afforded to all -rll':.paiativly, aui the actual, ransfers mrh
.o trustu ppoituty aless.W Tite Cl:ua1ii,-4; ill do6well if to..e I-,',-n 1i-
conr residents of. supporting this good project to ess of 1879, estimated at 2.,: (,, i t.,i ,tet
which we heartily O ics, "God Sp-ek : .... ."estimated c'.
which we heartily God in little or no loss. It h. entirely to li1r that tb c.-
S.. must look for profits to make good losses and to
o. 3 HU-NT FIXTTURES. cumulate a dividend fund. These companies, least
e --.l 1- | hampered i with prefeireui:i;il payments, will earliest
DATE. MEET 3 p.m. FINISH, resume divid.c le. T.e cribalilitie-. nae that
THVusrAY, ) Whale Bay Th ''- i r- the Delaware-Hudson mn-a r:-sucrnm:' i i-I.c-ni.l in
21th 'ov. J Battery The _,,ulbla ,... i .?I : With the Reading the r,..inciiion of divi-
TUESDAY,, r -,, f -.The Officers' Mess lithi dend must be much later, owing to its large: floiaiimng
27th Nov. J''' s t 'Regt., Prospect. debt, besides its other debts to bondholders, and,
T fAY,, The Devil's 1 M n a with the D-liware, La.cekawanna and i: :. :cr-, it
SllthDec. f Hole }J Munt angton.` ':, it maybe a little :.rkr. ii "
TU'EsrAY, 1 Thi- swin, j The OfHe0ers' Mt-. 1n46th Iti muAt 1:-,, rfemeb,.r..- L-o trt he :loven-.antc at of
10t1h D,_-,.,j Bridge Rl-st.. S. G,:-.,-'goe. a mine is not i r::i:,il pn,4s., t f,..t whi-h scvax-
FR IrA, p ii it IBa, f Min. 'I;. Fow!e Tun-ker' to to.-nuliaue the values of lprli.rt lire aIr adt' in full
S';th De.. '" Y '[ Cri.-,ket Fid. operation. I went down to f't.-vill-: to examine
rE'nErAY. ) Warwick f The Ho. ,.. ii. Har- tice Pott.-viil] *-.bin't," ,,f tic- I?ca--..inu:,s (empany,
tth D,-c. 5 Camp. I very's, Somerset. j which 'has n,,w Ia-n op-en,:, nearly two years, rut.i
| j F. CARPENTER will take another year to !i;i,:- it an full cip: rati-:,u.
: S{ "J' l "-i. ''l ry '- It is worthy of notice that the coal corporations
; j- ',-ontrol the greater part of the- a;ulrr-._'t.:-, deposits,
| whose economic value makes them ia-li_.lie-t.,:,--u. t'i in
R" : RIKET,. the national economy. There is also P1rii'.i ..'I Ei-
Cc OFFKcElF. V. NON-COM. OFFICERS AND'MIEN. pire flhaft at Willie. 1..,:it still incomplete. The
oPnivednfie Pro;pect Ground Novr. l Ithtand xv'vivnl of the it -n thraI-e ias a most imnlo taut
resulte.l iu an easy victory for the In th beansnpr ou t ile ,:oe1 tutale. Ts .-f h 'aouty,
1st iunings cf tlh N. (e.6 's. and men Pvt, Collius which c-au now a ffhtel te p-a for its he rnire'o-nmei.t,
ail Sapper Fetherstcu,- alone were able to do any- are adding strength to the iron trade c- tIe United
thing- against tl~e bowling of Litu(t... Eden and Sta at->!:,T coure telling as on theirn V1u-
Wood; Mr. Eden's analysis being especially good tries oftan Unif course tellngao n rteireonomy s-
-c10 overs, 15 runs, and 5 wickets. For theC0- b. exrie in the mom ent of ia
ces Lieuts. Fearon, Rawson and Kennedy, each Weing b -ercisen in bthe movement of Awihchw.trer.
played a capital innings. In the 2nd innings of W etur, by n.diu-mpgra box cars which were formerly
the N. C. Ot. and uJ.- u wihet. were dispr,:attl of Had the late Judge Piac-,cr assented to continu-
t the all t o. ing the cciulbiim, ii-in of 1878 till April 1879, the
N. C. OFFIEPS AND MEN. coal trade would have certainly tided over its diffi-
'* 1st Innings. 2nd Innings, (uti,-.mthis year. But his re.fial logically led to
Cll. Pisk, fE.E r. Elen, b.. the Lehigh Operators refusing assent to the Go-
\Wood 3 sl. Rawse<,n, f;. Wood 1 operative Combination Scheme of last October
Pte. t'-llins, 1.19th, .b.w., which, in (im....-,iie.:i-e, ftel tSn:oiuril, w.,-li ttre-coun-


OCTOBER, 1879.

1 0 : 0 I r.iO:'
2 1-r 18 n01 l
8 ('-")) 10 0-0. '
4 0-00 20 0'-0
5 0-00 21 0.-0
6 0-00 22 '0-02
7 2- i 23 (1-11
8 0'00 2.1 'n00
9 0'00 215 0-81
10 0-0)0 2 6 0-21
11 0'2 27 0-02
12 ", 35 2S 0.09 _
13 ,0'00 29 : 0-S2
14 0-00 30 0-00
15 0"00 1 0'52
16 00 --
Total 2-70 Ins.
RainfallO-Octo1er, 1878..... ................ SS Inn.
Average Rainfall of ieu years, 1T0 to Ins.
1879 inclusive. ...... ..............55 5 n
Copied from the,'incinnati Qi:etfe of October 7,
1879, by request.

The Devil went out one day *
Quite milin~f and elf contented,
For the wick'est Ihi:ng that could-be done,
.Hai: r the liishf of the 1i.!es.ed sun,
.-as what he had just invented,
" And yet, if I find my man"--
Says the devil-"I shall be lucky ;
So mriv to think what they dare not do,"
And be searched ind scaicihed the whole country
And succeeded in Kentucky.
This is the scherime hL laid
At the feet of his ti, i. berlicv;-
I have slaughtered the folks uip North r 1
With iuii ', for' aii am wirt b,
Now we'll send them the Ye!lo.w Fever!"
It was under the Enibsh fla.,
In the mi,lt o. tl:e lonely ocean,
With fi'.e- n ors P( one to his nose,
That they robbed Ith. 3.Iil dend of their clothes,
And itod them in buddl.s for Goshen.
Bt-, S."-an grew- tired of the scheme d r', when the iriniomu: of order
SunIk his plsitileut Irn.1 in the bay-
C '-I4:( 1 Li : Doctor a.nd shipped him away
.To iiro on the C(-analsa border'.
'But the Devil pays nil his dues,
T"'hu:,ih sometiL',,L hie is urlucky ;
And at last the Old Arch Concoctor "
Has'found a good,-, berth ior his Doctor,
As Gove~ nor c f Kenfriuci ; v
Oh men of the solid South !
I's this for a sign of warning?
q'hanks for the wili;iu :1 .ats :e f:-ve .,
VWjen your citii s 'icked like the open grave,
God save you in your ..:.oa ng !
Watch by their dying ones,
Ye rof i.-, Not ih., true h1a tell ,
Forli'ing still as you once forgave,
Silent as those who fre the slave, ;
Sleep with the long cOptl ted.
The New York fliraol. hs the following on the
; .-. ,: question :-" Th (C'undian view is entire-
Iy iit. td reasi.cna.. The waters r..e the-ir own
'. ?: I" ;,- owt' t I a.' I tbav the :rijH- to ex-
S h. 'i'. I : ea: :uoe, Vi'er thl y pteae. The
..t :. icih a, b- e adn I- Uet-en ill treatinit
it .- ,.: I 01.. L .. : L t3!ar, a ai ll, .it 13 ii.h.
1' Great T tai.' :n. u e;- tin'.. -l li e... in Cana-
dian wafr., i I:, .. L... i a.:' t : mI .er C-f i:;., i- mei -
;nt. Wh w. u.otiat a ti' st.y with
Great .T::' it i it: .. -;'. lsh 'ry i. obtain wl'..t they
I at c'- us ;ald L ,'-. tL C" ,.l:L 1. ti l,'(..-' in is
r. ue' of n: m .eweZ.h2 l. 2" us. little or no cn.' i.
gu,:. the ri'.b, i-or .'. oiiaulti te wishes oaft-'. Pro,
vi'cial peole. 1,t? ~..anadiane a governmnta. and
outs could e;otiatae'ddjiroJtly, and Without the in.
terference of Great, BFiainu,,il,thieand r Alrtr inmt-
ters, we should come to some amicable and final
conclusion very easily.and certainly."

i-'. i--l vt~a -: : is a return, nioved for by Adrmiral
S o"wir n ci [:;'. .:'n1 m'[in e tln- inmn .s ofl then teanisliij-s
in her nj,:- tv's Nnvy on .Lan. I, 1S74, and Jan. 1,
17.) 7N. The Jeta il. do ntint incrcide -.ilih .. hips, ships
S1-ir th-, dei ncar' of thle j co-llnia(-?, &c., or Indian troop-
rh ips, and their turi.-. Of nrmoured slips there were
in tm,-an -ion on Jain. 1, 19 .7-1, 2 ; in reserve, I,;
*nd u1 -d1i in. 10; while at lie corre-ponding dateo
f. s-t year th. --re wern, in cornni-'sion, 27 ; in reserve,'
'.'*; and building, 1. 'Of unarmnlourel slips, thero
Were on the former date in connimniort, 145 ; in re-
st_-'ei. 142; and buinile, i.b ; while at the commence-
ment ,i1 the prc-rnt yoar there were in commission,
12 0; in r.:serve,"115; and building, 1. There were
also at.thle former late 0-1 steatn-launeh-ia, 63 steam--
pinnaces, and 36 steam-cutters either afloat or being
uilt; aniI ait th h- hitter dafe, 71 launuehes, .141- pin-
fIaces, andi 1?,6 stonim.-cutters. A list of the ships
ordrtil Ito be built, or adiled to the Na'v by. purchase
sin ce Jan., 1S74, shows that on Jan. 1, 1879,. the
ar-iiour-plated corvetfle Belli-sle had been purchased
an.1 put in cor. mii-nsion, and the Superb, Nelson, Nep-
tune, AgN:arc.lreinoia, A ix, Colossius, Majestic, (on-
lic,-rnor, Polyvphienius, and Orion, all armovr-plated,
were:.- lil.linte. ThIirty unarmourel ships had also
be.,-n put in a'mcoinrii-iitm, 14 in reserve, and 27 wcro
building. Fifty-one tnrpredo mooring. teamers, boats,
&e., were afloat or luildina. An abstract gives the
following further partici!ars :-Ships building, or
orderetl to be built, on Jhiu. 1, 1,74, anrd Jan. 1, 1879,
respectively: Armoured, .5 and 7; nuarmoured, 17
rind 16. (Cmplreting for sea after building ; Aimour-
ed, 2 and 4; unarmouredl, I and 12. Waiting com-
pletion : Armoured, 3 and 0. Good condition:
Armoured, 16 and 25; unarmoured, 109 and 148.
F:ir: Armoured, 6 and 9 ; unarmoured, 43 and 35.
Indifferent: Arnioured, 0 and 2 ; unarmoured, 3 and
2, Untler repair: Armnouredi, 2 and 6; unarmoured,
12 arnd 22. R quirinz repair: Ainmoured, 14 and 3;
n;na;rnoured, .t 9 and 33. Unfit for sea service : Arin-
oucd, 0 and 10; Utnarnm urel, 81 and 39. Total
tri r-r'l red slipi, in 1874, 57; in 1879, 66. Unarm-
oer-.el in 1874, ..113; in 1879, 307. From 1869 to
1.73 i:clu-irve, 6 rnionured and 50 unarmoured ships
were fitted with new boilers; and from 1874 to 1878
inclusive, 21 armoured nndl 72 unarmoured ships wero
similarly fitted.-A rmy and Navy Gazette, Oct. 25.

i The Voluunteer Fleet" which was to be a mer-
caufile navy ready to receive an armament on the
outbreahk of war, seems more likely to consist of
ready made cruisers armed to the teeth. What the
ship that is to be built on the Clyde is to be it is
hard to fay, for one hears of designs ranging in size
from 4,000 tons up to something more than four
- time..aj large. If Russia and Italy are both dis-
posed to develop naval monstrosities, there is less.
reason to be alarmed than it we Raw France and
, Germany displaying such an intention. If a Power
already in pojlclesiio. of an effective fleet proceeds
at one bound to rndd enotrmously oits strength, there
i:.- a very decided cause for anxiety. Isolated d ri p'
c(- great pre-tenlions serve to fltttcer the patriotismu of
State-i othqr wise weak in naval armaments. But a
big ship required a large auxiliary force, and no navy"
i, strong thnt does not pousess numbers aa well as a
fe tw examples of concentrated power. If Rutisia
should choose to present the world with the ipheno-
menou which a scientific contentpirary has descri-
bed aqa "fl.)atiug hghting ilinud," there is the cer-
t'iiity that she will have to spend a largo sum-ot
m-,naey in order to obtain such a. eratt, and there it
S rehi t.'.ibt whether it will be cf'mucbh use when si6e
Ihas got it.. That which more intimately 'concerns
Oreat Brit'n! i- l ? 1acif t) y with which. Rutss.ia
tt:ct''. .. t.: i,': t her u as. l hfo, -'e. rHer a1.-'t c.:ui -
.;ct, .waraiuing iitit-iher a .ld thit!.;r,'n d spring ug up
iU. v 'i,...a p!v : of thli- glob.,-. presi-ut. a da!tger iar
::i .1:ffli'u!i t) d::'; wilth a.n th e mightiest i i;.,uelad
1A 1ciir :,! Pac ,'<;e:'.u d,'viv-. The Clde shipbuilders
a-.':' ,.'d be e... ..-, iu: an' ord'ir from RumSia for a
rL.nuibr o-f te!l vtA<-e oV f vat loui -Ifizes, chiefly for
t.:i-'pedo*ihm s .. tSl guntboat-. These aroe legiti-
muaf', thoiiih ami-ehicvioui ; bhit the cruisers simply
i,-0 fieati a ilocy, o- depr'dation., and their creation
ohui L how easy it iw to.evade th.: force of an irtterint-&
ti neal obligation while pdoftueedly obeying it.-
,St.e.,,'d. -" -: a .. .

MEraic.\t DEPARTNENT.-Surg.-Gen. C. A. Gordon
M.D., C.B., and P.1.O., 3Madras, has placed 500 re

St ^ tal.- I .Vn teiouk Miniui of the D- O P RU6
u ., a p-i t .-,i .Itim C xfC1- W f C'/ 2c TH, car a
,,w,, ,,.- .,, 7 .' a tr,/ .,
It t ...t w c r- e 1 \-c- ticp r, o ' f' ri.a-- ',d t,*n '- the toli f mLaer.
vTirot t ',. ou,.:: ".V e f',thi i e1,cllIer orer t .. .t away from the nd' the
le yir,uu Laices, vwliu the Delaware-Hudson '+',y1,:-v go-htc chance l ,,,r tht- oidia re- i gshnt Chilean fleet following ire.-t ly after ihem. A stiff
-iet. .un (i3 v ,-V ,iir. 1 ir .e-, d d 'vii t frI :.:' was 1,ow'Ihng from the south, which decreased
TV-: rved as an introduction eveirywhere.I Huascars's speed "rrceeetilclx, when Gran re-
'hrel av.:.\ er t!,':. Dt.vawar-Hnd,:,u" Enilways ,irem te Meacr nol th nd C'rndea dour ioVn beten
aro' r l,,u' o-'. i o n 'e-arl r,; viL.tiug t':Iee ,- .t h Chi mirn f. t' nd we the. n e.. m irs et-te
at Troy, and found everything in excellent order. be .,r"..n d., ito d swept by the enemy's first die-
.- good hit has been made by providing freight sion without firing a goip, Thd e'ierored of
cars before the rise in prices, and the passenger the Peruvian ships was manifest as they rapidly
,:, !nt ].a! l -enu :.,t in g ol d i i. nurin '-ic flair. Land _. slem ,',,1 L",.'i-rn f!, m .blc, _QrLCrel r i -.--lhe .E- Ianeha-E.ia -.
las ben il [-, l np t-"rii,1 i,-.,'fod ae'>r.uat ir .l'ndia and thPe hliee -hoden siebfai-t .i8-and tepy
lto,- cmp, and i m- economies are every- l'..-t their escape was certain, when suddenly
whlierie appar.;i. I .i-os.ed the Gravity Road from they si' l,1 the second Chilean division, composed
Carbondale to Honesdale, a branch of passenger of the Almii-.nte C.chinac- and Feveral smaller ves-':1h that haS br-,-i -n (w-h ester.ded wehi a few avsels eouhg..diwn upon hem -and .now --Airtily
: ,: o Rilad y: e.:i,-t ,n- I ,.ll.,wt-d te eour:-o ahead in a few minnutr s Gra n saw that, he had no
i-. the (Canl from -ti.[j -.'dale b-- Piurt Jt rvi.-. AO cIa ithnnity of eccanping from ithisiron-clad, whose
fi,c-t odf SOO bot-isb.a,-Heu kept in t:.indv ih liv- .%:w.u aCs (j'1 I to his own, nnd he accordingly
.!.-;,t tl~is .0.-,n: at 7,".'. ;'-r t,-,n, a relr'ion of tI:;-, .: eere;l for sha l -water, wheie. on accounu.t of tI
.,t t t '1r p .:ipal "rerit "i t.Lisl. liof 1,0:1n) ob d to, h 0e to d'cose hl age on -
which saving will probably !,T for the extraordi- te of dran hic, he icht Oand bo huge en
lunfy rpai-.s ins ti- (.''1r.1 e and bVr thr' Spring *lPi-. on ti7,? rocks or be able to -oultmaneuvre
fr1,:,-h-. On my rc:tu to 'c.TI ,ut on I crossed, by ithfeu. Thet Unien here deserted her conasrt,:and
f.vonur cf Mr. J. ;:ith, ER ineor f te the Ean- are to I1e westward, closely followed by sever-
i-vlx'iji'-i (':.l Co mpa, ay, theiHr (Crv on rityR wl.t i al of I-e sn-ller vres.els of the enemy.. Tbesecould
Ie E :..- Railway are .:-i ur.e- to use as a tourist nrt comei up wih hr, and 4L.he prce-eded- north to
am-.-in-. At ,1ik.-:..-.rrre Iu me.t mr. Vrnudiu, Arica without having pored shot dutinz the disas.
ch.,,:iuteviient D rel-aL c-Hudsoni, nud with hirn ic-uS IshtL. he fight wai b etun by the i- ,h v'rl tie-rit, piiuipal j ipt bfi-s in this 3ist dic-t. is.ehnr:iig iera t~ o ir;300-ounrlErs ai close range at.
I-. lab,:-iy A.i Ihe0.d to i kinlnss t -steiide rn y ilhe Aimih ian t Coclwiane, which GOau followed up
i'i'tl'. -vi-iak. In ;. i.:,nst i-;i- -d Ii invaially iby an at1 rept tO la ia Iis antagonist. This was urL-
tel, with a-n :,[L-(ulicou.- The Bton Hoosac ',scce: nTI, aer the.Chilean iron-elads are double.
; .:.l and -eni Rea ;i now oien to Eagle 'soCtws and cat; presentt any fi ont they chise to at
idge joining theawirro ?ie--tc-ol system D lwat. ;tuck -.y rI7i'.!nai: I. As the Hunsear swept by at
hI .-lati.-svilI. The wo7'k 1'i. b:iue .us.4d East .Vicb c-lo3e t:iio she receivril broadside from the
to t:e: Tur. L t_ ,-:. -:-r t.i i tic-.,Ir c't Erie rClciiraoch nnd before she had proceeded far the
Ai,, .Ii,-..-.iv r:,. .u.pc h i,'t --ild b. completed. other battery wns poured into her. At the same
The ;:tilay recipts f,-f.' tu- travelliut sn-:iton have il m- tie other Chilean iron-ciad carte down upon
1I.: ]"ii,-10 :,sr,,l r-:c. i t'r..-lit ; l:,l .nea m velt, of hbcr, 'nd3 Grant, undismayed 1.y the odds againsthim
viy-O... t ohe DPrlw:: '-Tu,.,.'o iav,:' hiad a fair s a,-te. .,l,1-yv jilc-Ied hTi .'.-lf between the t o Fhjpp, which.
I shall present t'- r.Pul;, J-iLrarv with the Guide io;'- 11nl us r yr ' d frin firii:gso rapidly onacconnt
AE:,o'k issued this 7:- :- ;rc thoD-laPwr.-'e-Hudson Sum- !of thr dan',2c-r oI fitlir: g each olher. This no doubt
ner, Pc:-crk., ic-ue 20.000, -ubli.-hed witlicit cost to i- roior-cpdl the flhe;i, whih-li 1, said to have lasted two,
ti ?.a',-iprwr, ndl -wicjh ha: 'rs..rved. nq' -nc-h voel- !,bours br-fore tlhe Peruvian flag was hauled down.
nues do,:, ,,r, opuilariz.' tOheir rotitts of taarave. For n.iut. iar, honi r Ipoffices of the Union were able
--ai'tiit--t -t' io op-. ceerv t- adc Lo Th
All tlirt i.-: ? ,'u'.at:,l to .n-do, 0 the Coal 01 Compa- to st-perIvo tL -d.ona.v ,'o '1nit, and fppa.c favorably
.u.. t- a nd danil .r-iti-n e iir paying !or the nianinnM-r which nil three iron-clads wer
!i., ad fcree..l. -' tTo ,..-tr,-r _.5t, the e Dlaware- !crandled. It fs not known whether the Huasear.
'Hui.c,n output wae s 2.7:31,75.. Take MMr'.. Gowen's e? l.ordin!-' or Lia', after the death of Gran,.
.e.! c:,-r ton w!'n.hi i T;i:i-l:t Larc .-.I l, -arri-l, tuh you r 0i'h in ail d !o hrre '.ccired earlyv in TLe action,
!ave at ou'r-: a tten per -i't .d ii'id and a credit ,t. 3 iL;e wcundIin- c-.f the exr-utive oGicer and sev-'
balance. The total production of Anthrrcite J-an- .ral .iiiorni',.St', (he tMeruaEiir. officers tunhurt e
nary-October 25th: .... n. rlyfoir Tn number hauled down-the flag.
187 1-- yi ,,V i, ar ts. : C1'dl,! lie /I?,..'.- The H uasc:ir lost a tarte nunm-:.
"T" 6-15,601,716 'ir c.f officers nid l ren, a circumstance which was
6 ." .. ".r .t .ite v.r. ic'pCii fted at I-j,;i:i e ,i- th e ('te ilean v .s-
.... -- lr .p 0'rlip_,::in. and LUoa. The Lull of the Huasear
--1o,-10,. .4 r.- saidi to lave hc.n riddled, hpr enginesdamaged,
S9-20,99,0 th .- hiLe as tletward toved to Antoagosta...
Supply .id deml alertr T.=- u c-uualizEl that nut ; lhe ir,1 et Jtin)ihp so lIt-i! it would rot revolve and
f-:,ll':,v, and th:r .r r a ,: -..t irl a3,reen-ut that cr-eC ,. r: o i iT .,pt inrn !,.3 -.'nr by tihe iN ci ib fire
that end has been r--a'-:!..'. Fi, thier I have been f 'e-' li.-, ir;,;c!av-. It -Ai.l, iildr-eti, that Ihetnr,
credibly i:,f:'i-ied t^t ,'arcias-., of coal stockhave ret i ed,.> I-d iple.'i. ly useless. The Chilean
been madc- bLr iVStrnC..t : tcil>, lie iEar return of iiFrn-c-,,l hie.! wo-nt fi.-t ialo rit)-cton filled her
dividend. Coealt -i-..viti:-.t h:n. in whir-i h -iany have Ii r d-. ,, T.. ,1-i r.- i p ,,. .s-! \ilh her twin-screws
retained th,,.ir lit-r i,.t ',inuig tl' c-i iM annd which The .,;. -- ,i,-, t,'e [ r,.-..:-A to htr i'lversary,Ain a few
].avo 1- i--n maintained, are r p -i rceutly de.-.irabllet to ri'..... n. .. at- ,... i,' s.e wl bi o tad ic sae,
still longer hold on to, at least till they pay divi- 1. :...,. ,
-ii a1 '"","j. t;O or tIcr pt" ......O. NAVAL STRENGTH: ".
li TH A S. D !;,iI1 the- Pali iIi-anl-tnrt r liiK -i-e s n d Blue-boo :s .


~.- ~ ~P- U.~ ________________________________


In Front of the St of the Un-
Sder.died, I
2-. p _. - _,-u n. W -. .

ner .to Sura.-Mnjor Re-ynolds, V.Q., who ,1has re- J, a ilalv It tUl ived t gold il,.dal of the A-'.ocialion for his ser- "
ces in Zululand.-Army and Ncry Gr.:elte, Oct. 25. The 18th Instaif ., at12 o'clock, M.,
..LEVLCLTURE.-7 A large Assortment of Men's & Boys'
At the beginning o farm life, in learn t' W OOLB N CW 0 T X N ,
ost nipr(fted methods I employed a first-cls Suitable for the Season.
'and gardener -crsh from England. He persisted in Suitable for the Season.
,mode of cultivation precisely the reverse of what I Consistiing of :-
ad been used to see--allowing the angels and sugar E .r-,,' 'n Over COATS
eets, the corn, potatoes, peas, beans, cucumbers, c 6 1 ry and Boys ver UA.TS
dons, loinatops, cabhng es, etc., to go without any i M-n's Tweed COATS
ili-g up;,' ,The mniangels and sugar beets stoo1 high i ?ANTS and VESTS
bove the 'ground, thei bulbous parts exposed to the ;oys' Tweed SUITS M men's all Wool SHIRTS
n, many of the mangelIs falling over and growing len's Felt-HATL". In all about 400 pieces
robked. The part ofthe4,ecueuml)bers above ground IDoz. HIANDKEPCHIEFS
which I insisted was rather-ta root than stem, And 00 China and Glas's VAR'SES '
k1 b r-noiv.nley a, ih was left entirely' 60 Glass DISHES
osedto the sun.' I thou, i the sun would parch the And a lot of other Goods that will_ aI .ar
oots, and they wibuld irb'a or be injured when the' .
should fall' from the upright to.a horizontal position. t the Sale.
The Englishman' would have his way, but agreed j B. W. WALKEI & CO.
should treat some of each sort-of plants .iy own Auctioneere.
ay. So a few of all sorts were hilled up, and fully iuiltn. 18th Nov. 1879.
s well workedin other respect ashis during the
eason. For a "few weeksmine grew as well as his,
nd the puoumbqrs, pes, etc:, bloonicmd as early. After -
ne gathering oif ccumlner, pens, etc., anf 'he dry
eason set in, mine peiished, while his continued to-, ', "' T
loom.and lear; ard so of the melons. Myv potato, s a' R ermn'u fldc I111 [na es. ,
ate axahituihalfia'erpo- oanual|l lugfrom "iy I __
ills, His fielded botunteoushly of large ones, d i
rom moist earth at the saeP time in the same field,, / General Meeting will be held
o ivith the mange.Is, sugar beets, etc. The hilled n iih tthe
eas, beans, etc., fired earl v in te: season and suc- I w -- -- '---
Bumbqd pQ,.4trou.ha. .ho-t t[.is experience-ifj. ;,To. yt 7 ,7-.1
ne had aiid that lilliiup grtingplants would ill At 1 .m
;horn, I shoulI lhare joined in ihe response of a ril- .A 1 p..
ion farmers, denouncing it as false and contrary to T orrnTToW -\ ednesdaTQ
experience because they did not perish on the dv r -.') J7
the- were killed u4p. Ever since I hare aroi.el bll- 19th Instant.
ing and ridging about growing ulnnis and cultivated As some very important proposals have to
he .:.o a,,:. y a po....__~ra .... Ie considered, it is hoped all interested in the
NEW INVENTION.-Mr. Henry Flowers, of the above Races and those entering Horses will
firm of Messrs,. GFlowers & Son, sailmakers of Ittend.
this qiy, received a patent from Ottawa for his F. ,CARPENTER
new method of reefing ships' soils. The name of the A. D.C.
patent is Diagonal Reefing Sails," which, if used i ion. Secy.
successfully, will create quite a change in the me- ,oun Langton 17th Nov 1379.
thod of handling sails at sea. With Mr. Flower' o t agton, t Nov., 1379.
pa(ent-there is io'necessity for going aloft, as the T .
sails can be reefed from the deck, and a 'great deal-
oftime saved thereby. The invention can also be I 0. 1o l
uaed to help at bracing yards wheu a ship is phott i
handed,, and can be fitted to all fore-and-aft a1d1
square sails in any sized vessel. The principal ob-i o be Soldd
ject of the invention is t0d do away with double top- I b
sails and double top-gallant. sails. It is the opinion -
of a number of shipmasters and others who have .B-' &iJ 1 J
seen the working model in Mr. Fwers' sail loftthat
it will affect this' object. It has been practically t. he TOWn of t. G orge,
tested on the last voyage of Messrs. J. Butlers & At 2 o'clock,
Co's. brigantine Arthur, now in port. Capt. Gavel, 1
of that vessel, speaks very highly Aof the invention, da "
and saysit isa success in every particular. In agale '
of wind, the harder it blows the easier the sai!,s can The 26th day of November,
bQ, efed.-Jlalyfax, N.S., Chronicle, Sept. 20. Now next ensuing.
2 Cuban member of the Spanish Cortes ha an Orde of Appraisement and Sale is-
written a letter to' a friend saying it is believed in sewd from the Vice Admiralty Court of
Madrid that export duties will be abolished within : Bermuda,

0A Slupplement of three col-
.tiimns accompanies this issue of the
Gazette.' It contains the Proceedings of the
Honorable the Legislative Council of Friday
,last, and the Honorable House of Assembly of
Friday and yesterday; a communication from
Mr. Jos. Lewis, and other interesting matter.
To CORRESPONDENTS.-"Early Bird," in oar iext.
BIRTH, at. Ireland Island, on tlim 9th,.isfantI the
WWIFE of Mr. Charles W. Snape, oEa SON. .
DIED, on 14th instant, at Faith Cottige. Credai Ave-
enue, HENRY CHISHOLM, infilut aiu of S. 11. inter,
Esqr., Commissariat Staff.
.......... on the Sth inst., ofconsuriptlion.,X'ATIlELr
STEED, of Bayley's Bay, in the 2'7th year of hIt ag'e,
leaving a bride, parents, -relatives and friends tao iourn
his departure. He passed away peacefully. and hope
fully to his reward.
........, in Paget's Parish, on the 4th inst., frter a
brief illness, WLLIAM HAMILTON, infant son pf MAIr.
Henry Richardson, aged 16 iuonuhis.
......, at Spanish Point, on the 10Ltl' CLARENCE EUoENE, third son of Mr. Richard Autn-
roe, aged 4 years and 9 months. ., I
........., in this Town. on Thuirsdlay. r-v-nii] 1:3th
iust, PERCY ST. CLAIR. infant sorL of.Bihard Ga'lam,
Esqr., aged 10 months and 5 days'... -
........., in Pembroke Parish, on the 1]t4 i" .n1ut,
after a Iong and painful illness, Mr,. J.IC O ag l
,-S, ....... ..... .; ,i /. i ;n.i .,., tI \\,.- vr n .1 T.-h'!dl.] r n nL -1 _

IJLile i7)UIICeII ;NIT orv essei ca a e

r (ZOLEZZI, late Master,)
4s she now lies in the Harbour of St. George.
i DISE now or lately laded therein.
: J. H. TROTT,
SM. .'1V. A.
N. B.-Persons purchasing the Vessel or
any of her Materials are particularly notified
that those 'Articles' are ,not to be removed
intil paid for.
; And in order that no misunderstanding
might take place with regard. to the Sale of
the Materials, it is to be understood that no
Articles r31A' Sold witfh tlie Sh ip except the
Spars noi t1h#.ed to. her-other Spar'., An-
chor', C s',,idsQ., will be Sold separ-
ately. .
^-. J., H. TROTT,
s .fl ;-,C. V. A..
October 'th,.4S79,-5 3p, .


'4," .

i< yea s; s ie ,alll io it w n i o.iU o i n. .iii ii,.M. m i itL -.1.M' ";. -7-.
merous relatives and friends to mourn iheir lo-ss -
.___ r -- Of t ehchi"- Matlie Holmes
FF' ES ti PORT From a r, eo1iin of the Undermentijred
Will be Sold at the CO-PffPERAT I 9,5,00q Onion Box:-SHOOKS
STORE, on SATURDAY ,leit,2"d inst., 10,0o 'ouato DITTO, of superior matu-
at 7d. per pound. 0 fac t .
Hamilton, Nov. 18th, 1879. 100,0()0 Spruce LATHS', 48 and 57 ins.
Ntis 30,000 I-ard Red BRICKS
latiCC .50,000 Exta Bangor SHINGLES I SpiUSPARS, 60 ft. long, 14 ins. ihick
100 't, POLES
A LL Persons having- just CLAI.S against -..**.* ____-
o, the Estate of'Jho late RUTi MASSE,, i' And, to ArriVe,
of the Parish of St, George, deceased, ae r- An, o ve
quested to: render the Undersigned oh By the SI r. F.agle Rock" .fromn New York
or before the twelfth of December next. PerL": now niomently ex ted,'
sons INDEBTED 'to this Estate will be re- 100 Mj feet choice "White Pine
quired to inake a Settlement by the above ,named
date. R. UERDN LU4BhsN,- i,
Executr Conistin of A, 1, I, I an ins in thick-
Ejecutor, "
St.'fclbrge,-Ndi-.1 1 79. ,< FLOUR, i' MBAL CORN A!N &k., &c'.
U, o tice A.' C i
,. '.^ b50O0 s. Mapes' Fish- GUANO.
A LI, ".- IN.'LBT'D' to the U nlt rsisicd" S S. L GA! L_ 4IaU..
A a:e. hereby requested to Settle their re- ;amiilt.n I.,' p187t.2 .
tp '-tivt' "A.couvts on or before the 31st Dccrn- I- .
ber next. All .Outstandig 'ACCOUNNTS after aO' 'i^ }
libt date will be placed intiegal hands for Col- I .l l
election. .

Haiailton, 18th Nv., 1879.-3 m ;i.lair Aiastr-fra',e,i .a suiiett in
Sv, te oya iti :l'y, tunlin, aud private pupil
*t~r^^o ^M o'f(;" yi'i ots' uo($i, ').m' I'opk ins.-aposiiioutias
-X n as and Blirth a :n or th Wle ntdies. The
S' '' advertiei. E-A. U PIANOS. aid
A Choice Selection of the above at .t a' J oyal Id- at. '. A ,N.
Gazette" Stationery Store. Yarmouth, Nova Scoiia.
Hamilton, Nov. 11th, 1879.-3p November 1, 1879.

he hn.l,s of the Government o i,.Ii.,, to be given
the author of the best essay on typhoid fever, as
' with in this coniitry. The prize is open to medi-
Sofficers of btlih ;h.J' D.'Li-h and Indian depart-
nts. Dr. Qmoron is himself no mean authority on
idki.ase, and hlia recently published twd most
uaLle works on the Vilji.-t. Tih. council of the
bidi h Medical Association, at t!i li:nt nmeti pre-
:ed over by Dr. A. Carpenter, resolved to give a

gamilton, -Novem

S .

ber 17, 1879. :

A T A e ,,
I.10 .liA l M
A T !. !L Ji -/'ae** ** .

S A very large variety of

Ieceived from one of the best manufacturers
in London, per Seymour,"
'comprising :-
Qents' Dral: 'Felt and Silk HATS
dents' Hard and Soft Black' F:-lt HATS
Tweed ATS

Also, per Caniia,."
Bc:-t QuM itl Amn-ri,.n Felt. IATS,
S' And on ITan d,,
Our usual assortment of
1.PL -. 0 iy n I
All .at Lowest CAsh Prices.
Under RB.Y. Club Rooms,
SFront Street.
Nov. 17, 1879..-2 p .

Garnet Seed PotatoRes.

.No tow Laanding Cani mai);and

P ol.

oer Sc ho ion e r Engle Rook,"'
'* aloo atc'mi oil i trt.) toapprove'l

a lailton, Nov. I 1 ,790.-'2 '3

J9 i;Ali h> E POT'r.'PIS
Tins i'ali M \_'KElEL, ( h';rber's)
Tins STI BiE i!f I' E full size
.1t J. C. KEEJAErP S.
Hamilton, Nuv-. IlLth, 1879.

Notice. ... .

T HE Subscriber has lately Imr-
ported a large

For the purpose. of rihndiin, RBones, for Fer-
tilizing, and is now ready to serve the Public' with
Any Person having BONES to Se|11 will
pleso apply to the Froprietor of the 'ianmilton
S team Saw, Bone and Grain t !il.l, stablish-
llnimiltonl, [,rniid. Nov. 16d;h, 1879.

1 ,. '

,\ ('oinM'l)dioi3 Dwelling House, furnished and
.ttcd yoith modern conveniences, Firre-laces in
plarllor, Dining Room and 3leJr..ioii,. Large
cooking, range in Kitchen, and with Servant's
,.e,,un, Carriage lioutise, Stables, small Fruit
G ar.Ji,, i ind Kitchen Garden ;tL, pliAcied. ,'i ui-
toil fion iirin- -ricity Church.
I_ For torin-, &c., ap ply to .
IHamilton, Nov. 11, 1879.-3 3p alt



h,' ".^th inst., .

At 12 ^o'clock, M.,
30 AGS BRAN, 100 lbs. each
10 Boxes superior SOAP
8 Boxes Layer RAISINS
9 Bls. Pilot BREAD
3 Half Bls. a'nd 9 Qr. BIs. MACKEREL
7 Half Bls. Family Pig' PORK
10 Tubs Superior BUTTER
10 Bis. Bright Grocery SUGAR
5 Cases 1 lb. Tins OYSTEPRS
2 Cases FA'RINTA in I lb Packa,'es
5 Half Chests Best Oolong TEA-
10 Drums New HalifaxC ODFISH
3 Bls. New York ONIONS
20 5 lbs. and 10 lbs. Family LARD, ,-
2 Sets Brass Mounted, Carriage
1 Set. Silv,-r~ Mounted Oarriage HARNESS'
5' Cases Condensed MIK
60 Gross Comb MATCHES
10 BIs. Baldwin APPLES .
10,000 Feet Wjhite Pino 1 Ins. BOARDS ,
I B1. Superior Signal OIL
25 Qr. B.les' HAY
12 Half BIs. MACKEREL, just ,ri, ited fro1a .
Prince Edward's Island.'
3 Casks Kerosene OIL
About 50,- of last year's ONION
i Strong English CARRIAGE, with
Superior Springs and Wheels
A Lot of SHELVES and COUN-'
TERS with Drawers from a Shoe Store.
V '

Sold on account of Commissariat Depart :ne'it.
. Casks Genuine Asbestos Italian
P'c.tived in Bond by "Canima" from N. Y.
S. Auctioneers.

Colonial R.',,iS' s Office,
17Tt'NovrMrEI, 1St9. -
C.M.G., has received uiirt.vfri'tn from the
Right Hoinorable Sir M. '. Hi,-!:-Bach, H'l.
I,;-,j',--:t,. P hrinc lu.l s-,c rifan ., < St.ifc<, o) 'th e
Colonies, that Maje.-.ty wfll not be advised
to exercise her power of diiillowamnce in res-
pect of Ahe following Acts ol tho L<.gislatuLre
of Bernrmrd,. fI inoi' 11 f fl.s.Sgssinn.

By order of' y Hs E, clln'ry's u_onvlmtd.
6. [f. Or a4 ^. ,. ER. E, WEBSTER,
SOOD CAR,-TAGE aI HARNIR 1 Colonial Secretary.
SX 1 iL .s' SADDLE nd BRRDLE m 1879. ; .
SGents' SADDLE and BRIDLE '" No. 4-An Act to continue an Act to provide
SIron BEDSTEAD -1 a Ha.rbouir Master for the Port of Saint
SChild's BEDSTEAD and BEDDING- Geor. :
I REFRIGERATOR No. 5-iAn Act to continue and amend the Act-
L Sponge BATH entitled An Act-'to appropriate Pew Rents
aLot ofGLASSWARE I xcluively to Rligious uses.auid tQ exoi '-
abe ONAENTS ,. ate from Parochial charges for Chirth p4ir-
BLANKETS PILLOWS poses persons not conncted with the Church
Sof England.
AND,' : No. 6-An ,Act ,to cnintinuu and ameid thed
STJ Causeway Act 1870 as aiended by the Ac-
11 I rs to irae the pay of the Keeper of the
Causeway Biidge -,
S-l Not Warranted Soundm. No. 8-An Act to continue the Sufferaiqe.
S. Warehouse Act 1875. "
0 -- .No. 9-An" Act to continue the Lunatic Asy-
A L SO .m r A of I ,4 ,,

If not previously disposed of, the well-knowin
S c -" ". Yacht .
^ r U.1 ) 1 D'' NE ;
With all her Fittings, &c. '!
i. .-N vGovernu.n.i Aaeei,:Ca eers.
Hamilton, Nov. 17th, 1879. F .
-o. .

Preliminary Notice.
Furn it i ..<.S &].

We have received Instrut ions
To Sell,

At Public Auctio'n,
AT -,,QNT pR,"

3 '9t hS ?. T men t,4
Who i$ aLbout. to le 7'.e for Eng'l- d,

In which wilibeoid :-N
A Valuable PIANO, i '

3 Splendid COWS
l, i Ha4t 'f' Su~ erier POJULTRY
PIGS, &c., &c.
Safle o talce Place'
O Monday 1st ODr.
Full Particulars in "Royal Gazette of Tues-
esday next, 25th Instant. -
Should prove unfavorable thaSale
will take place next day, Tuesday, R-ain or
Shine .. .
Government Auctioneers.
Hlaiuilton, 18th Nov.; 1879. .
Colonist" pllease copy and send 13ill


Garnet Potatoes
and Lath's.
To prevent misrepresentations Con-
sequent on the Str:anling of the Schiooner
" MA.GG[E," NmOid in ballast trim from Char.
lottetown, P. E. 1. to Sheiiac, N, B. to load

For the Undersign-:d....
The "J. S. Cotts" will brinZ the CARGO
intelided for the "' M :i.," and wvill be due'
here on or about the 20th Iistaint.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Nov. 1I, 1879.--2 3p. ,

i No twice .

Garnet Seed Potatoes..
The Subscriber has just Received
a Choice Lot of

Carefully Selected for Seed.
Which are of erc-d iti low rates Y' Ch nd on
favorable terms to approved purchasers .
Farmers and others desiring to secure the
pure GARNET" ,POTA.TOQE, and a really
choice article, will db well to call and examine
this Stock before purchasing elsewhere.
.... ...' .... 42 Front Stwieet.
.| it;]on, .uv. 3rd, 1879.- 8p -

Received per Ciiaama
Soft Felt ,L/6TS Tweed HATS
Hard Felt fHATS
I -Boots.& Shoes
And other Goods it great'
Hamilton, October 27, 1879.-3 alt

No. 1 0-An Act to continue the Act entitled
An Act to provide for the performance of.
the duties of the Speaker of the Assemble
durim temporary .absc-epi.


-ERSONS washing -to Collect
31 SEAWEED on that portion of the Soutl
Coast 'near Warwick, which belongs to6 tI
War Department, enm obtain permission, on.,
certain Conditions which will be explain ed, on
applie:iationi ;t th6 ComnuimLsariat Office, Hata-
ilton apy .day, between the hours of 9 a.m.
and 3 -).m.
Dih ict Comninssary General.
hamilton, 17 Nov., _1879.


Fresh Lots received by-each Mail Steiner
From Halifax. i.
Special rates to Arimy. l Navy Canteens
and Mt.eises. T. E ,
W. T. J"4 JMES,
4 2 Front Street'
Slamilton, October 27, 1879.-4 3p

The Unndersigned have Ready :
1 on Wharfex schr. B. F. Lowell"'
1ad o ffMr for 8ule,
8RIO 'I0T'Onion Box MATERIAL '
Tomato Bol ENDS
Fish ( UIANO ot' the well-known quality.

. dl,. Expect from' Shediac,'. g.,
per Schr. Mag'gie,
S I -p t100 'Bandles Long LATI ,

SOffer ex S. S. Canma,
SI I S' Now Yoirk, Garnet PTA TO'ES. ,

04 ind on Hland,
B AGS Peruvian GUANO .
SNAILS, &c.. ,
IlaInilton, Bermuda,
November 4, 1879.. ,.

''ork Street, St. -eorge's.
TiE Propi)letor of the ~sboe Elstablish ment
is prepared to receive BOARDERS, either
Permainerit or Tranisierit and to provide lunch-
eons, &c., at shortest notice and reasonable
SStrangers or others visiting St. George'g will'
find itihed abovt 8'stablishlioant everything de-
sirable for their Comfort.
St. George's, 17th Novr, 1879.

Notice. -

Sewiag .Pachines Ckeasaed
and Repaired.
Also, Constantly on haud a Choice Selection.of

Made of Bermuda Woods.
Queen Street.
Hamilton, Nov. l8th, 1879.-4..

Pai'r OffiCe; ,amill on;i *TtlNovemnbei,"''lt9.
Mr Anderaon, Richdrd Albuoy, C M Alen, Mr
Berdjifield, Mary Bipwn, J N Bean, J K ,BcarisLn
Johni Bassetl, Rebecca A 13, yPetiur U S Burchell,
Rith Burra, A S V, John Cox, 6arah C Dowlie.g,
N, Dirh.ii, lohaiha Davies, Tose 1M Dosilva, Mrs S
F' f'Tsnell, Janb'GilLerl, Jami-s flarvard, lich.dd
Joel?, Mar Jamat, ThoA Jones, John Lawrepee, kit,-
ard Nlu- ro, A i ',, M orris, John Moore, J 0
Osoria, Mary B Pearman, r1 S Reid, J- C .:earIpes,
Louisa Smith, Chas FS Simone, Miss A G Swar,-
Mrs Cato Smith, M.atilda Smith, M s Searleq, Mr
C Simouson, George Spernccr, Maniel Ambrozi) da
Silva, 1otow'onJ i8jiinion, ". Saltus, Rutlh Ann:
Smith, Rosina Trott, Henry D Tudcr, Thus Turner,_
E S Tucker.
FICE ST.. GEO1tGE'S, Novpimbcr 17, 179.
Mrs Sarah Aubrey, Layah Brangivir '(Pilot),Ju0os
Pedro de Cavdilho, Clara Dickinson, Mrs Harris, 1H
Robinson, J A Synms, Mrs Fannie E m:th.

By ublcAuction"
I o. '. .11O
hursday the 27th inst
At 1 o'clock, P. M. '
lY ef

A Suerior -Notice to farmerss








rI IE STORE of the late CHARLES MOR-
GAkN, Esqr., opposite the Cricket Field,.
WHill be He-opened,

This day, Tuesday,
November 4th.
The Stock on hand comprises an extensive
Assortment of
Of Superior quality, recently Inmported, which,
in order to close the Estate, will bet Sold off
at greatly reduced Prices for Cash only.
Somerset, 4th November, 1879.

Whitewash BRUSHES
And a variety of Housekeeping Articles.
26 Front Street.
Nov. 3, 1879.-3


A LL Persons having just CLAIMS against
the Estate of the late CHARLES MOR-
GAN, of Sandy's Parish, deceased, are request-
ed to forward the same to the Undersigned on or
before the 30th November proximo. All Persons
INDEBTED to the said Estate aie required to
make Payment by the above date.
Sandy's Parish, 27th Oct., 1879.


A LL Persons having just CLAIMS
against the Estate of the late RICHARD1
DAVIS HOLLIS of Hamilton Parish, deceased,
are requested to render them to the Undersigned
on or before the 30th of November proximo.
Persons INDEBTED to that Estate will be
required to make Settlement by the above
named date.
Hamilton Parish, Oct. 20th, 1879. /


X LL Persons having just CLAIMS
against the Estate of the late DANIEL
lICHARDSON, of Hamilton Parish, deceased, requested to render them to the Undersigned
)n or before the 30th November proximo.
,'ersons INDEBTED to that Estate will be
required to make Settlement by the above
: aimed date.
Hamilton Parish, Oct. 20th, 1879.

LL Persons having just CLAIMS against
the Estate of the late GEORGE
WAINWRIGHIT, of the Parish of St. George,
deceased, are requested render them to the Un-
dersigndd on or before the First of December
next. Persons INDEBTED to this Estate will
he required to make a Settlement by the above
named date.
November let, 1b79.-3

John M. DeWolfe,
Manufacturer of all kinds of

a r r i a Lo
Carriages built expressly for Bermuda when
Agent at Bermuda.

St ptember 8, I879.-12a.


B. f'. Walker 4' Co.,

For Rent,
That Desirable Residence

jiii Situated within five minutes walk of
the Salt Kettle Ferry. The locality
and convenience of this Dwelling needs no com-
11Hmilton, Olct. 21', 1879.

It; a small Family, a Respectable
.Is CO OK,
And to make I trself gei erally useful.
Apply at the RECTORY, SOM3FR-ET.
Octr. 14th, I.7!1.

New Livery

Es tablish-



VTHE UniDERSIGNED begs to inform the
Inhabitants of Bermuda and the I'ublia
generally that he has opened a
at the Western Entrance of the Town of Ham-
ilton, where can be obtained at all hours, and
at reasonable rates, Comfortable CARR.1IAGES,
Quiet and GOood HORSES, with Steady Driv-
ers. Also, Horse CARTS and DRAYS.
N.B.-AII orders to be left at the Store of
FRED. A. WHITE, EsQR., Queen Street, Ham-
Hamilton, Sept. 30, 1879.

OWING to the expected move of
the 415th Regiment, it is proposed to sell
Cows, Horses, Carts, and
Sets of Harness,
The Property of the Regiment.
The COWS and HORSES were imported
from Halifax and New York, and one of the
Cows is an Alderney of superior breed, expect-
ed to Calve about January Next. (Cost with
calf 35 last December.)
The Carts include I Box Cart, I Dray, and I
Spring Cart.
There are 3 Sets of Harness (I Brass Mount-
ed) for Driving.
Application to be made to the CANTrEN 46th
Regiment, St. George's.
September 6, 1879.


THE above WATCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned: Any grade Move-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Steet, Hamilton, U
Deer 16, 1878. u.o.o.
A LADY will be glad to have SEWING
WORK in a Milliner's Store, or some
respectable family, for children and grown folks,
by the month. Terms reasonable.
Also, can do any kind of Fancy Work to suit
children and House Ornaments.
Please apply at the "Royal Gazette" Office.
August 23, I$79.

Lime! Lime!! Lime!!!

Two Thousand Bushels of good
Hard Stone LI ItE.
HIlamilton, Sept. 30th, 1879.

George A. Sanford,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
.T 7.W E ."T S,
Basin TO PS, &c., &c.
Any design cut to order. No charge for ordi-
nary Inscriptions.
Persons forwarding orders, or wishing any
information, please apply to
Wif. T. JAMES,
Agent for Bermuda.
42 Front St. I
Hamilton, Octr. 6th, 1879.-1 y

^mm h %%%% i
Dundonald Street, Hamilton.
Terms, Moderate.

At the Royal Gazette Stationery
By the Sir George F. Seymour," from London,
PRAYER BOOKS, Ivory and Enamelle.,
Carpenter's and Mavor's SPELLINGS
Gold and Silver PAPER 1
Gold and Silver LE AF
Bottles GUM, with brush and top
Foolseap, Letter and Note PAPER
ENVELOPES, &c., &e.

I A number of John Cameron's Po-
pular NOVELS.
Hamilton, November 4th, 1879.

Western Entrance, Town of Ham-

Horses, Carriages,
Carts and Drays,

To Grocers and Dealers in Shi


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

Theodore Outerbridge,
Reid Street, West of Royal Gazette" Office.
Office Hours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tuesdays and Fri-
Orders Promptly Attended to.
Hamilton, October 26th, 1876.

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

Seeds, Boots and Shoes,
Reid Str., nearly extreme West,
Hamilton, Bermuda.

The Rled Star Erand

Specially prepared for Hot Climates in hermeti-
cally closed tins of all sizes, in small kegs and
in firkins. The exports of this celebrated Brand
now exceeds 18,000,000 lbs.
T. J. CLANCHY, Munster Dairies, Depot,
Cork, Ireland. 26.

will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-comrniencing oni 1st April.
The price is one penny per pound.
Bermuda Artificial Ice Company.
Hamilton, March24th, 1879.

tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilet and
Bath, a reviving scent and a powerful disinfectant.
For warm climates it is invaluable.
RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB, and other fra-
grant Perfumes.
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolness to the head.
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
boxes, barrels and packets.
RIM MEL'S AQUADENTINE cleans, whitens
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests.
E. RIMAIEL, Perfumer by appointment to Hi. R.
H. Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, London, and 17
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
May 27, 1879.


United States Mail Steamers.


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





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From R. H. W.
Troup, Esq., Up-
April 18th, 1879-
"The flowers raised
from your seed, up
in Kumaon, in the
Him alayas weie
simply superb, and
the admiration of all
who saw them. Lord
and Lady Lytton,
when staying a few
days with us, said
they had never seen
such flowers."

Mr. E. B. JONES,

Hamilton, Bermuda.

From C. R. Fradd,
Esq., Durban, Na-
tal, S. Africa. ':',
The seeds came
duly to hand in good
order; I tested their
vitality immediately
on arrival (as you
suggested), and am
very pleased to in-
form you that none
have failed to grow."

u SuN.

ris. sets.

Tu 6 39 4 53 5
We 6 39 4 53 6-
Th 6 39 4 53 7
Fri 641 4 53 8
Sat 6 42 4 52 9
.S 6 42 4 52 10
Mo 6 44 4 52 11


II1 30
12 18
1 6
1 54
2 42
3 30
4 18


1st Qr. 2h 36m r.x.

24th after Trinity

every Tuesday by DONALD M'PHEE LEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
M ajesty,
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Ageintg,
at St. Georges for the Royal Gazele,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLF & SON, West End,
Water Street.

celebrated for nearly a century past, is of the ver
best English manufacture. For its purity and grea
excellence it has obtained the following
LONDON, 1862. PARIS, 1867. CORDOVA, 1872'
VIENNA, 1873.
Only Gold Medal for English Perfumery, Paris 1878

i Atkinson's Choice Perfumes for
the Handkerchief
White Rose, Frangipanne, Ylang Ylang, Stephano-
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouquet
Trevol, Magnolia, Jasmin, Wood Vio-
let, Gold Medal Bouquet,
And all other odours, of the finest quality only.

Atkinson's Florida Water
most fragrant Perfume, distilled from the choicest
,Atkinson's Quinine Hair Lotion,
a very refreshing Wash which stimulates the skin
to a healthy action and promotes the growth of the
Ethereal Essence of Lavender,
A powerful Perfume distilled from the finest flowers.
And other specialities and general articles of Per.
fumery may be obtained of all dealers throughout
the World, and (f the Manufacturers
CAUTION.-Messrs. j. & E. ATKINSON manu-
facture their articles of one and the best quality only
Purchasers are cautioned to avoid counterfeits by
observing that each article is labelled with the Firm
Trade Mark, "a White Rose on a Golden Lyre."
printed in seven colours.
Protection agailust FIRiE
Can be obtained from the
of London,
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on ,IEAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no C A RGE for Policies.
Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.

Ice! ice !! Ice! !'

The Subscribers are now prepared Hard Stone TLim

S3500 Bushels Hard Stone Wooc
Daily (Sundays excepted)9 Burnt LIKME. I
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Supplement to Royal Gazette Tuesday, Novr.. 18, 1879.


Proceedings of the Honorable
Islalive Council.


Friday, 14th November, 1879.-P-ursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable William H. Gosling;
James H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Reer. General,"
G. S. Tucker,
Randal E. Webster, Col. Secy.
The Hon. J. H. Trimingham, from the Committee
appointed to prepare the Address in reply to the
Speech of His Excellency the Governor on the
opening of the Session, presented a Draft thereof.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. W. H. Gosling in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Draft of the Address
Without amendment, which was adopted and ordered
to be engrossed.
Ordered, that the following Message be sent to
His Excellency the Governor-the same to be de-
livered by the Hon. R. E. Webster.
May it Please Your Excellency;
I am dif ected by the Legislative Council to inform
Your Excellency that the Council, having an Ad-
dress to present, desire to know when it will be
convenient to Your Excellency to receive the same.
Council Chamber,
14th November, 1879.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 18:h instant, at

:Abstract of tle _Proceedings of thee Honorable
House of Assembly.
Friday, 14th November, 1879.-The Bill entitled
The Audit Act, 1879," was read a third time.
Mr. Tynes moved that the word "three" be sub-
iE,.L. for four" in the duration clause--which
he subsequently withdrew.
The Bill was then passed, Mr. R. J. P. Darrell
Mr. Cooper introduced a Resolve for resuming
the vote for a Clock Tower and Clock in Hamilton
-which was read a 1st time.
The Bill to make better provision for the main-
tenance of Common Schools-was read a 2nd time
and committed.
Mr. Mercer in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved the 1st Clause-
which was agreed to.
The Attorney General moved the 2nd clause.
Mr. Wilkinson moved to substitute for that
Clause :-The Receiver General shall pay from time
to time such sums not in the whole exceeding
pounds for any one year as the Board shall require
for aiding in the maintenance and improvement
of Common Schools in these Islands and for such
expenses as the Board shall incur for books, sta-
tionery, printing and1 other contingences-which
was affirmed.
Ayes 20-Messrs. Speaker, J A Atwood, F M
Cooper, R J P Darrell, T N Dill, R D Fraser, W J
Frith, H H Gilbert, J M Hayward, J Harnett, W
S Masters, S A Masters, T A Outerbridge, C Pen-
iston, J W Pearman, C. Peniston, T J Pearman, J
N Smith, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson, T J Wadson.
Nays 9-Messrs. N J Darrell, S B Gray, E H
Gosling, S A Harvey, H G Hunt, T D Middleton,
S C Outerbridge, W R Peniston, T F J Tucker.
The Attorney General moved that the blank be
filled up 1,600.
Mr. W. J. Frith moved 1,200.
Mr. Fraser moved 1,000-which was negatived.
Aye 8-Me.-srs. F M Cooper, R J P Darrell, R
D Fraser, H G Hunt, W S Masters, J W Pearman,
R Tynes, W H Wilkinson.
Nays 20-Messrs. Speaker, J A Atwood, N J
Darrell, T N Dill, W J Frith, S B Gray, E H Gos-
ling, i H Gilbert, S A Harvey, J M Hayward, J
Harnett, S A Masters, T D Middleton, S C Outer-
bridge, W R Peniston, C Peniston, T J Pearman,
J N Smith, T F J Tucker, T J Wadson.
Mr. Frith's motion was affirmed.
Ayes 22--Messrs. Speaker, J A Atwood, F M
Cooper, R J P Darrell, T N Dill, R D Fraser, W J
Frith, 11 H Gilbert, H G Hunt, J M Hayward, J
Harnett, T D Middleton, W S Masters, S A Mas-
ters, W R Peniston, J WV Parman, T J Pearman,
T F J Tucker, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson,T J Wad-
Nays 6-Messrs. N J Darrell, S B Gray, E H
Gosling, S A Harvey, S C Outerbridge, J N Smith.
The Attorney General moved the 3rd Clause.
Mr. Dill moved to strike out all between the
word "who" in the second line of the printed
clause and the word "and" in the third line of the
printed clause.
Mr. J. W. Pearman moved to insert in the last
paragraph of the Clause after the words "a Salary
ol" "150 a year which Salary to include travel-
ling expenses.'"
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
A Message from His Excellency the Governor:-
Governor and Commander-in-Chi'f.
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon-
orable House of Assembly that the cost of renew-
ing the faulty timbers of the Causeway Bridges has
been 184 17/1.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, 14th Nov., 1879.

Adjourned to Monday next.

Monday, 17th Novr., 1879.-Mr. T. F. J. Tucker
,from the Committee appointed to examine the Post
Office Accounts, presented a Report thereon.
The Bill to make better provision for the main-
tenance of Common Schools, was again committed.
Mr. Mercer in the Chair..
Mr. Middleton moved to strike out Ihe words
"his whole time" in the 3rd Clause and insert
"at least 5 hours a day."
Mr. N.J. Darrell moved-After the word "Act"
in the 6th line add :-" At least four times during
the quarter, and any particular school or schools
which may be deemed to require greater supervi,-
sion, as often as he shall see fit, or as the Board
may require, and shall note down in a bcok to be
kept by him for such purpose the results of such
visits, and shall report to the Board once at least-
in every quarter, or oftener if so required, and
shall perform, &c."
Mr. Dill asked for leave to withdraw his motion.
The Committee divided.
Ayes 17-Messrs. J A Atwoed, N J Darrell, T N
Dill, J Fowle, S B Gray, E H Gosling, H H Gil-
bert, S A Harvey, J Harnett, J M Hayward, 0 C
Keane, S A Masters, T D Middleton, T A Outer-
bridge, J N Smith, R Tynes, T J Wadson.
Nays 13-Messrs. Speaker, F M Cooper, R J P
Darrell, W J Frith, H 0 Hunt, W S Masters, S U
Outerbridge, W R Peniston, C Peniston, J W
Pearman, T J Pearman, T F J Tucker, W H Wil-
Mr. Wilkinson moved to substitute another clause
for the 3rd clause-(the 4th clause of the printed
Bill of the late Session)-which was negatived.
Ayes 13-Memsrs. Speaker, F M Cooper, R J P

Darrell, W J Frith, H H Gilbert, J M Hayward,
H G Hunt. W S Masters, C,Peniston, J W Pear-
man, T J Pearman, T F J Tucker, W H Wilkinson.
Nays 16--Messrs. J A Atwood, N J Darrell, T
N Dill, J Fowle, S B Gray,E H Gosling, S A Har.
vey, J Harnett, C C Keane, S A Masters, T D Mid-
dieton, T A Outerbridge, W R Peniston, J N Smith,
R Tynes, T J Wadson.
Mr. N. J. Darrell, with leave, withdrew his
Mr. Middleton, with leave, withdrew his motion.
Mr. J. W. Pearman, with leave, withdrew his
motion of the last day of sitting.
Dr. Outerbridge moved that the words "pounds
a year for" be struck out where it last occurs in
the clause and the word "including" be substitu-
ted instead-which was agreed to.
The Clau'e was then agreed to.
The Attorney General moved to fill up the blank
Mr. S. A. Masters moved .200."
Dr. Outerbridge moved 800."
Mr. W. J. Frith moved "150"-which was ne-
Ayes 7-Messrs. F M Cooper, R J P Darrell, W
J Frith, H G Hunt, W S Masters, C Peniston, R
Nays 21-Messrs. Speaker, J A Atwood, N J
D.rrell, T N Dill, J Fowle, S B Gray, E H Gosling,
S A Harvyey,,J IIarnett, J M Hayward, C C Keane,
S A Masters, T D Middleton, T A Outerbridge, S
C Outerbridge, W R Peniston, J W Pearman, T
J Pearmn, J N Smith, T F J.Tucker, T J Wadson.
Mr. Masters' motion was negatived.
4yes 14-Messrs. Speaker, F M Cooper,, R J P
Darrell, J Fowle, W J Frith, H G Hunt, J M Hay-
ward, W S Masters, S A Masters, W R Peniston,
C Peniston, J W Pearman, T J Pearman, R
Nays 14-Messrs. J A Atwood, N J Darrell, T
N Dill, S B Gray, E H Gosling, S A Harvey, J
Harnett, C C Keane, T D Middleton, T A Outer-
bridge, S C Outerbii dge, J N Smith, T F J Tucker,
T J Wadson.
The Chairman gave the casting vote against the
The Attorney General's motion was then af-
Ayes 15. Nays 14. -
The 4th and 5th Clauses were agreed to.
The Attorney General substituted another Clause
for the 6th Clause.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
Ordered, that thq proposed 6th Clause and an
additional Clause be printed.
A Message from His Excellency the Governor :-
(No. 3.)
Governor and Commander-in- Chief.
The Governor has the honor to forward to the
Honorable House of Assembly the Report of the
Registrar General of Births, Marriages and Deaths,
for the year 1878.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
17th Nov., 1879.
Adjourned to Wednesday next.

Schools Bill,
Clock Tower Resolve.
Liquor License Bill.
Causeway Bridges Resolve.

IRELAND ISLAND, 15th Nov., 1879.
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
Sli,--'Having noticed R. Hurley's Challenge in
your Gazette of the 11th instant to "Lewis," and
having been one of the pullers in the late Skiff
Races in connection with the Ireland Island Re-
gatta, I presume I am the individual hinted at,
and therefore hasten to reply. That Mr. Hurley
does not feel satisfied with the results of the late
contest, no one disputes, the vanquished never take
well to their defeat; but considering that on nei-
ther occasion did he go round the course, and con-
sequently was nowhere in the race, it is surprising
that he should begin to crow, so soon.
He has stated that I won by a fluke," the
phrase, as it is put in this case, I do not thoroughly
understand, not being one of the Fancy," but if he
means I did not win the cup fairly, he does not
state the truth: I wonder if his allusion is in any
way connected with the erratic movements of the
Kate Kearney, particularly on the last occasion.
(Oh! shade of Erin if she could only see at the dis-
tance of 3000 miles the pranks and capers cut by
the Killarney Girl on that day she would hide her
disconsolate head with shame and weep for Kate).
I would like Mr. Hurley to answer with his usual
candour what he considers "fair water"; does he
think the Hospital Pond, or Camber suitable, if so
its no go; he also states if his terms are not suit-
able (fair water being his chief hobby) that he
hopes I will stop further talk, in other words I must
shut up. Now, Mr. Editor, this is rather a poser
when I come to consider that I have been talking
for the last 42 years, and old habits are not easily
got rid of-indeed I have been led to believe, that I
commenced earlier than above stated, for I have
been told by the old folks at home (and they used
to relate it with no little pride) that when only one
year and a day (I like -'to be precise) I cried out
quite plain, Cock a-doodle-do; so that you see it
would be very difficulti-to leave off with such short
notice. Again, there is Mrs. Lewis to be consider-
ed, and if you had heard her when she read the
paragraph relating to the talking question, she
would have made your hair stand on end; stand-
ing with her arms akimbo, she said, Mr. Lewis,
(she always calls me Mr. when her dignity is hurt)
what does this all mean, speak out and let every-
body know that you are not to be shut up for noth-
ing, not if I knows it Joe, how in all the world
would Mrs. Joe Lewis get on if you are to be si-
lenced in this manner, or how could we ever argue
whether the Blackbird was white or not; no Joe,
she says, don't consent to that no how; and I said
no Mrs. Lewis, and I won't neither, and I further
say, that I will not pull on tht Hospital Pond, nor
in the Camber, but I do say that the same crew in
the Amy" will pull the same crew in the Kate
Kearney" the same course as on the last occasion, or
from the mouth of the Camber, round Pearl Island
and back, for the sum of 1 to 100.
P.S.-Amateur Oarsmen, particularly amongst
the Army and Navy, wishing to be instructed in
the art of rowing, will please call at No. 4 Victoria
Row, where old Joe, will be willing to show, pupils
how to row, at terms very low. J. L.

The Board of Health took decided action Tuesday
against the Captain of the Barkentine Clara E. Mc-
Gilvery, proceeding so far as to instruct the city So-
licitor to prosecute the captain on two charges. It
will be remembered that this vessel, in charge of
Captain Clifford, arrived at the Lazaretto on the
evening preceding the last day of the quarantine re-
gulations. The following morning the vessel and
crew were regularly inspected by quarantine physi-
cians Robinson and Cummings. The steward was
missing and Captain Clifford explained to the doc-
tors that he had died upon the voyage from injuries
received by falling down the steps of the vessel's

In addition to this explanation the captain was re-
quired to take oath and answer the regular questions
propounded to captains. The twelfth inquiry is:
"Have you had sickness of any kind on board since,
you left port ?" To this question the captain answer-
ed, No," and upon the strength of this no further
investigation was made as to the cause of the stew-
ard's death, and the craft was permitted to come to
this city. Her cargo was sugar and this was at once
unloaded. During the process, however the second
officer of the vessel, Robert Colcord, was taken sick
and after being attended by several physicians he
was removed to the Jefferson Hospital, where it;
was developed that the officer was suffering from
yellow fever, and he was removed to the Municipal
Hospital, where he died on the 7th inst.
The development of yellow fever in the case of the
second officer led Port Physician Leidy to make
a further investigation of the case of the steward's
death. Capt. Clifford repeated to Dr. Leidy the
story that the steward had died from a fall, but the
doctor demanded to see the log-book of the vessel,
and there he found the following entry under date of
Sept. 19.
4" Steward died from some kind of fever, not know-
ing what kind, his clothes were thrown overboard
by order of the master."
Under these circumstances the vessel was taken
in charge by the health authorities and properly fu-
migated. The captain was also retained on board.
These facts were reported to the Board of Health
Tuesday and' attention called to the fact that the
captain, in deceiving the quarantine officers, had
violated a law entailing a severe penalty.
The Board decided to release the vessel, but or-
dered the prosecution of the captain. Health Offi-
cer Addick-; immediately transferred the papers in
the case to City Solicitor West, who advised the
health authorities not to allow the vessel to.depart
from qlatrautin. regulations until he could take the
necessary steps for the arrest of the captain. Under
this advice the Lazaretto Committee of the Board of
Health decided to overrule the order- of the Board
and detain the vessel and captain.
Solicitor West says that, as the offence was com-
mitted in Delaware county, the process of arrest
must be issued in that county.
Late Tuesday afternoon Port Physician Leidy re-
ceived notice from Health Officer Addicks to hold
the vessel. This latter officer regards the case as
serious, inasmuch as captains as a rule, have for
years used artifice in passing the quarantine with
infected vessels, and thus endangering the health of
the city. He referred to the case of the brig Home,
which passed the quarantine in 1870, and failed to
make a report of the death of the steward, who had
died on the voyage from yellow fever. The result
was that Quarantine Physician Thompson and his
wife caught the disease from the craft, and both died
from its effects. The scourge was also communicated
to several other people at the Quarantine, as well as
in the city, resulting in the death of over forty people.
This captain escaped punishment, and the doctor is
of the opinion that an example should be made of
some one,
Captain Clifford will be charged with two offences
-first, the falsification of his returns; and second,
with perjury, in having testified falsely in saying the
returns were correct -New York Paper.

REWARDING MERIT.-" And you are at school
now, are you ?" was the question of a countryman
to a little nephew, who a short time before had
commenced his education. "And do you like the
school, my man ?"-" Yes," whispered the boy.-
"That's right. You'll be a brave scholar, I'll war-
rant. How far are you in your class, my little
student ?"-" next to the head."-" Next to the
bead, say you! Come, now, you deserve some-
thing for that,"' said his friend, thrusting a shilling
into the hands of the delighted urchin. "And
how many are in your class?"-" I and a little

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