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NOTICE.

NOTICE.

The Subscribers have received by the Schr. IDA L. from New York, A SMALL SHIPMENT OF CHOICE NEW YORK
01 December 1883 - Dominica Dial - Roseau, Dominica, Dominica
 
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''''rENTA.YII I 2ETIT _A (lie auspices of the Ladies of Ceurge's Church, CONSISTING OF:- CEERNTECAS TREE: BRIDE CAKE,
01 December 1883 - Dominica Dial - Roseau, Dominica, Dominica
 
I am, Sir, IMPARTIAL.

I am, Sir, IMPARTIAL.

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01 December 1883 - Dominica Dial - Roseau, Dominica, Dominica
 
ZIGZAG-.

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The ladies of Germany have determined, in consequence of the Spanish riot in Paris, to withdraw their patronage from the Parisian dressmakers. A great river has been discovered in the Arctic region of North America by Lieutenant Storey, an American explorer. This stream is repor
01 December 1883 - Dominica Dial - Roseau, Dominica, Dominica
 
N OTICE.

N OTICE.

I HE Honourable the Legislative Assembly stands adjourned to THURSDAY, the 4th October next at 1 P.M. JAS. A. PINNRD, Clerk Legislative Assembly. Roseau, 6th September, 1883. . - September. POUT OF ROSEAU. ARRIVALS. -H. L. S. S. Bennis, Appleton, 812 tons, from Livearool via Luc
15 September 1883 - Dominica Dial - Roseau, Dominica, Dominica
 
ST. ANDREW NORTH, Wednesday, September 5. [coscLuslos.]

ST. ANDREW NORTH, Wednesday, September 5. [coscLuslos.]

The casualties at sea are probably numerous, but at this time (Wednesday noon) I have only heard of one of serious consequence, namely, the loss of the sloop Wild Deer of Antigua. This vessel took a load of yams, cassava and cocoanuts from Thibaud on Monday, and proceeded to Pri
15 September 1883 - Dominica Dial - Roseau, Dominica, Dominica
 
ROSE AU, WEDNESDAY, 19TH SEPTEMBER, 1&83. The sea ran very high in our road- , stead during the continuance of

ROSE AU, WEDNESDAY, 19TH SEPTEMBER, 1&83. The sea ran very high in our road- , stead during the continuance of

the hurricane. The rollers, breaking with tremendous force, made a clean sweep of the jetty,doing some damage to that construction, and depositing heaps of stones, sand and _wreckage _ along_ the maw.-- _ . _ tion of woodwork torn from the residew of Mr. A. C. Potter was blown a
15 September 1883 - Dominica Dial - Roseau, Dominica, Dominica
 
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15 September 1883 - Dominica Dial - Roseau, Dominica, Dominica
 
POST OFFICE NOTICE. THE MAILS for the Southern Islands and Demerara will be closed at 3 o'clock on SUNDAY, the

POST OFFICE NOTICE. THE MAILS for the Southern Islands and Demerara will be closed at 3 o'clock on SUNDAY, the

16th instant. R. F. GARRA WAY, Postmaster. Post Office, 12th September, 1883.
15 September 1883 - Dominica Dial - Roseau, Dominica, Dominica
 
PASSENGERS.

PASSENGERS.

ARRIVED.--Per H.M.S. Esk from Northward— Mrs. Pemberton and daughters (3), Messrs. H. It. Elwin and C. G. Evelyn. Per R. M. S. Solent from Northward—Messrs. W. B. Davey, W. H. Woodcock H. S. Berkeley. SAILED.—Per R. M. S. Esk for Southward—Dr. Guerin and Mr. Pogo. _ _ Per R. M.
29 December 1883 - Dominica Dial - Roseau, Dominica, Dominica