Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00005
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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BIERI1MUIA (COMMERCIAL ANDI) GENEL AL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


INTO. 5.--vo. =121'


S~i-&' Z AS ANTIQUES.


IsSO.


THE BISTOOP 0'F FEWFOUrCi'DI,-PND
AND BERI :UDA.

AKI1rhe.- to the BiLop of p N'esf.uLi.1n.li.al and
flernndnib, pr -iut.lt, at vtvy full M... -;n- .f the
,-'yul1 na.. L-atv a-,imbl,-.i t Trinity C(hur.i-i
Sc-lio1 Rnotiou n Tf.-l.,av.y the -7tli ultimo, by the
PtV. .. F. B. L. Loutgli, StnJ .5io rl:ci-t..r :--
TUE fORHT REVEi.F.NE, Lr.wELr.LY' JONEs, D.D.,
LOLc D -.lop c-,F NLEWFOUNI.LANiD AND OF B 1.-

WeV, tIe Syinod of the Clurch of Engl-ad in EtIr-
mnniln, c-aulot allow tit ot, .-ii-u ofy-..ur Lori'dliip's
airiv:tl r.nung' u- for yo:uir firt vi-it to pLa1 withIout
an : xpr-r -.io f our dlr.-i.v-ut thaul:ful (.-.- t -\Al-
mighty (-G.l for tihe s-ame ; andi :i.iil-o ith:.unt utt,.r-
in,. ti.. your L.-rdshLip a waim ;aud ordiatl wi.:eoa.
to our ho rr'.
The circL, .tie., utl. r which -li your Lor.lhip
cornie.-- tou u diter in roune r:-.ic fr..m'i thl'.-':- Vhbi.-i,
mat kld the arlp.-ointin.ut aniu p.--itin -f y'.Iuir 1'r:-
dece....-,i-- whio, not t'i :-.le:t<>d Lvy t'h (C'luiii bit
a- nominces iof thlie Crown ,xr,.i--'. Epi ..pal jui-
lndi,.tion iu th .:- I-lamil-'.
Mor.o:ve. we ,nun:,t I.iat 1:. niu.luftl .t4 tli f',,i.t
that vo ir kiud a.., i.ptan., :'t ti ..f ,:- t E.- t i-li.:1 .'f
BE -ruiida liaplily tI,:-:,-l p.ri,:,l of tii:il ian.Il liffi-
culty tv our li'hunri .inul .lip.:l.I.d tinhe a xio:,u.n ft
whi'li umi. vy o(f i t..lt a-i t. tli-: ..... i .,. A,: ,.- otI tli:
deterniu.i ttli u ,t HI ir .i.i,.-lvy'- I' .vt tni -nt ii-,t
again to appiiit Bi'l.,p tu ,:x:i,.i-e Epi? -,.l,
filuctionj, in D-:.n 1,111a.
A.. your Lord-liip i- well rA war, wl-.-u on .-vi-
o(' o.:ca.iouin a vai.ane-y o. .:-'rr,. in the Epi-,--,:'. i
Offiic here, a I.-ui.-.csr wa. ..mini.it:J. 1. the .,v-
eiiimint in Englanid.
But aIthou-:: it wa.1, itreviu-ly n und.dr.-to.l ti.it
tlhtat plrai:-liti,-- woul.I not I- i: .:.utiui-..,l .uij ti.- next
avoiJdanic of ithe S':C'o .f N-ewfouind laud.i, our latt I--
munted .lDi,. e-au. the Riight 'r,:-tr:n.- Edv.ar.i F..i!.l.
D.D., wan .allk.lt_ Ili, i- 4At whliil .,- Vet u.1. l,.Il_
pr..vi-iou hlad bee-n iiad- for -.utiun u., :.: -.--.iou to:.
hin inu liDrmuida..
C_',O'unect,.l as tl,.- ('h t,.h in tl,:e Isldnl i- w ith
the State- it her a lof t uatt.:r ,:.f r.'a : ,:. :i.'i>tr.i .:,L.
an1d eatu,:-t pr tycr L, n t!., put I t n4 iny of Iher
Tnn-mbnfrs by wli.it ii'-tjn- to iu-irt. tin-. ..nutiui.iji'
of the Epi.- op l t,:V,-I tnu. u t. w li.I w:l -i ,-' un:-_
sary, if wn w,.:r t, i:i ni.ii, i in 'iiilrilU' uni.:.- :rnd
c-0,minnuuinu with ll- t liuriri of Eu"'lai-,l.
To this .1 it w .,u, ht t.: o obtain an ulh...rity f-c
the co:u-ititutiton :.f a yyn...1 with p. ,w .r, w].t '. r
a vacai.:.y .ho,,l'l ..... .r in thl, ':-. t.o whiM- t..r tih,-
time 1. c-in'r tihet.. I-l nd-. -i...ul.l 1..: iatt.Ih1i.. .to
make arrangtuiniuts foI r tf.he- Epr- E1 p.d supervision
of ur Clhurlh.
Whlen a:ttr tlhe Hia- L if ,-in.: time a1 Bill w:i-
p :.l-- d by [li Col:.louial lae-'i-latuiLe, nd -at,,.ti,,n ,d
by tlhei C(own, giving power to tiie ('hnur.c to rmct
1v it- .luly clectcdl r .i,:.:-t.titive- anl tlhe ynod
had mi-t for the fitit t iti, wte- We O i>.'nur:agi:d to
hlc', tlhat Vuir L-rd-hip, I.-e.ir-ingu u n iinud tli:- l.ug
etel-,iati::al oeuu:. otion % bi.-h l li.rid u, istd be.
twe-pu th. C(lnrt.l in tl< t I-l.inds ntil thle 1-iocese
of Newfoun.ulud, would,, nitwithit.tanldiu- thl very
arduou' n.durte oif your duti..Q in that in'o', i: xt-n-
ivc- field f your labor t -, e iudti.-d to a>.,-:,P t al-o
thle ..ii,,-rvi-ion of t]: Cli'ur..lhiu f] D rt ud1,1 ; ; an-l
your Lord-l-ip'- ready t-,e-nt to, til:- i uniiiiou -, -
quebt of this Synod t.o un.i.:l t il-,. thi.t -tp-U i-i:.- u
demand,. our great, tul a. i:n- .:v, L-mi. it.
W'e C:,u uot but fe l ti,,t thii ,ddE.l t", tli. r p.;. '
wli ..h i di .- to y,,ur so(..r:, l < .t'-, I. eutill,.- ."u tj
our ull...t I rc(.t :-.-.peratio, i u all lu itte s *-el:t-
ing to tfi- wc eltai .(4f vur ('hiur':i.
At- ,." uei.-d i utdly a--iir. yo.r L.,nl.Ihip that
it v% ill L ... ur di ir-i and .,uir :iam t, ,-.....p1 rit. witli
voi iu all me:i-ur: whi. ih may t.iid t., t..e ..cu..-
ti.u of the ..:--pi itu.-A1 int,: :-ts ot tQ he i,,1tl, .'-.mun it-
t:dl to your ,:L iie..
1 1 1 1 1 4 ...


.ST T.\ ';'; ori i ll!. L ,f['


LL Petsis i wviii.' .inv CL\ ils on the
lai, ,tf ith.. bit. '.1 I ...r, T, W t i nA:-,
;. ., : .- r '| e-~I'. t... '.i v, 'Il same at once to
the IPr'side of tih,- Court of .\,lji htrtiniit, R.A.
EUGENE U O' UL LIV \N,
i.i !?. I t-

.---..----r, 19rh Jan-,., 1

A ola'c.

'A LL Pei'sons having ji lt Clalin;
i.i,. the Es..re .it the late B I.'N I \-
MIN Rt.( ',1 Ni N. of Wo ik, ;, Cr;.i, deceased,
are ri:i t.-;d toI render them to theT Iml r.,r- ,ii1.
on or Iel,..- ltlie 17t1 d:iv of FtLbit.ir, next.
Per-iir. IN DE ;; 'i'T to the ,.bv, i ';-.,I'., are
requii i..1 to, settle their respective Accounts by
th. :i ov.' date.
ELIZ\IBHET'I A. HOBIN'ON,,
i i;,jany. 26 r.
\ ..r\'u i !i, Jany. .... I .~0,-~ 3pd.


l Ice to I liportlers frl l
London. l'; Iail'.,i

rt i1E 8i \i ;0.1 i
Si. ^ e' *t' ; *; '
..-=.. Henry J. V.t.lil. i,., Maseor, ril
Is expected to leave London for ,,... ti
Beiw, en tfl dl 3 fald 301h ,'utirch.
Persons t i- ir, to ava lit.i- 1 i .- 1 ofthis .
P i ..l!l:, O ..'! i l ; .
t!.l 'T uld, do xBell to fir-. I lit Orders
by t, \( ,ibil via ,w Y.-. ,k leaving here on the I
5th Febrcary. ly
The fast .I'ii, qualities of the Sir G. F.
S -\ ii1.1i '' are ', ..11 t, n,, and i ii r t,,,..i,-.. it .
is unnecessary. r, i .
3. 1). T:I''iNC;IL\, & .-ONs,
Agents. ,,
I.',ndon Ar-ent. .
MlE-.-l.--. C. W. & \V A;;Y, I ,.
311'..t :*i. l elen's. I '-


.1. 11, i h


Notce
.'o all whom it may Concern.

,I'H E nil, r-i ne,. I-.t,-n.lh,,.' li l...,'e -....
I ljIl.p-, bN IhI I' P 1!. ?t-r;iiilr P t fuor
I;al;l'. on or t e.I-.ut the 5tl, d"iv ofl Fi-br ;iry
next, i.er.li, ili'orii, tli. F ir..- l'l, ler- of this
Tiin of the -, nme, to the end th.,t any one de-
,itil.,:.. information tc li-cling any lattit in
i lilt.hl ih-.r have ;ti i.ite'c l;1, C io iii,..ltl s ithi the
1 1 1 n 6 1 "r i i i o f l i i |, h. ,i ai i y b e
tuiW'-aVer, I by me on th .- spot l i, iinii midia.i, ap-
plication to
J.VMIE, [H. THI-ES,
M,,yor.


t. 'cor;,.., e mula., 22nd Jan., IS'O.

For Sale,


1 )oilnkey DRAY, W\V GG N
IIA iN t ,:-V -
I's, c.' 2-4


.' pilyto


and


[- ..'-. ,A N ,
Smiths i111l.


, :i;l January, lc-gJ --2

Sor S(,? nsra.

Untlrsionod purposes to



1' -"ila E =3 ?^u O s i0-
S !Mi --- E --

in the ensuinNg onlfh, lo Re-
turn direct. ,
.ii either way, a.ll-,-'ap: ly.
SS. ING [\M.,
s, ,i,,, '7, I "-,,. tt.

i P olfo"raphi a i d
'Fin Tyipe alil.-rv.

iUn.l.,-.; I takes -reat pleasure in
,i.ni':-:. to the Ih.J.i.i' mi, of Bermu-
he has leased the Phnotoia nh l .i rI,.


.Iotfice to Iporters. PA INTING.
The Brit.A T HE Undersigned having lately
qA arrived from America and having a th,-
.1 1 L .l A- -s.I roughi kinwlege of tle PAINTING BUSI-
\Vill leave I>', \i I;(lARA for thili PortL N IES'. in dal its Br.nchusli,, ill be thankful
bout first week in b. next, fur :i nlmitild hlie of ihe Public Patrona-e.
1'tboutfirst wIeek in Fby. next, illavii,, tiken the Shop in Parliameii, -tre-er,
And iill call by H \l. IDO. i lately occupied by M. ItR..MOUiS, where all
Ficei-l-ht respectfully solicited. Orders will nieet with prompt attentiui. Terms
I'trtis "ill l Ilea u ec -end ,,rdtleis f.,rvard by moderate.
first o.p open at the it-ice of Undersigned. f HimilLon, Deer. 23, 1.79.-3 ms.
T. H PTT
Hamilton, Decnnilher 22, 1TH7.P. '
Agents in DuIrmcrtu i, -
WileTi\NG & R ICl'II'l'l:t. Corner of Reid and Queen Streetr,

CO. hJV i tte r; Now Receiving ex "Bermuda."
S, From London viNew York, a further


Watchmaker, _Teweller r
gravor,
SOf/fers for Sale Cheap,


A Choice Selection of

I'a ffIfche~'s,~ Co h.-w, lt'ry I
and Silver Plated Ware,
And l'LrsuIIs intending to ,puclihae will find (by
calling at his Sotme,) anmple room to say I
have at last found .1 Cheap Jewelry Store."
N. i.-Parlies who have not Settled their
Accounts for the past four, years, need not ask
for G-.ds on Cridit, but extend to iall the same
invit:,iti,.
Call and See.
It,-iIl 'ir. c, next West Gazette (Otlice.
Pcctcilllh r 15Th,, IS79.

Lost.

GIN the 7th Instant, in or near the
STown of llamilion

C. VOLL T P.1 PE)vaS,
(C,.nti,iii, Pension Paper and certificatee of
|Ilcharge from Glt rlegiiiment.)
Any P't-r-ai 1imviing found the .-ame will be
Suitably I>--v:i-r,.led on leaving heni at ilhe
" l{,al G ,t'elte" (fliee, ur %ilhi
JI\NM1RS B1,A DIY.
II.,nilt.n,. 14th Jany., I .'0.
I T, r t


p'-':,y oi orolk, V"iginia, of 'li. J.hIn w.,g .. where he intends eir:, I iC .. 1( "
I.,. ., t i--On..i.i:t Co., Idaho, U.S.A. o
C p.t.il -.:..,,.0.0; "o0.0I, Shares, Par v ,l,. orait axt i'.n,: a.,t -choto- The Subscribers are now prepared
0'-',, graphy, to Furnish
ri HIlS Company htis cot-.,iid:ttel seven valu- !, all .....
':" l.c G. !d.1 and -il\er lin.-. and its affairs "Il', l,,i i i l
are under i .,,, .,,,i.:: :,, ,.r.,iici t .. ,, It lnos l i, i, .11 t h ,' ,, t 9
( r t h e i u 'l l. : o f s r -; i, i b l ,. ., n ; a e m*1, foIdt eD a i ,"t (i utla v s e t p t e d )
small :,in t uf the capital st l. i.io nds, he 6..i, confident I h ,.n d)
tt on the dtllr or, t12 t) per share, -, n m i..n- a give I satisfaction to all ,., may favour Froim their St-..r- itn luinri-vhy Street to any per-
n11,l,.. .;,,,.,,!, ..,. i i,, t il for the investm ent of him ,1;. thl. ir ; 'r,.,.. e. son k i ,, iavy de, '.- ipply. I
... ---. ',. i ....... 1 n I h.i n 1 \i *cil 1V II


capital, 8- a
ll.- ('.an.pany ques to declare regu-
lar monthly .1b bl. ...W n Ith-n present year.
New York 01lice, 10 Broadway.


It ..I.hall bL- oUr ei n -taut a l.. l'.: -in ait IprIiy ,r tin it -.-.- --' .
your libours amni..ne-t us rn, i' b:- .lI.-t t., the fur- [] EN It Y F. WY 1. D ,
therai:nce- o- the -.i-r t tIheChuin 1h wihi. hi i I:. 1- .ir t-
ius adl, and thi:.r--in to the -.-'lory of GudI 6t.
I 1. alf of or copy of I'i.-, ,:.i.- :tll I ',iir p tirc.e
Iu 1.halt ot-f fi yu,,d', lars, ,,,pl\ to JO i t -! li.'i >' i. ..!-,.,,
J. LUMLEY LOUGH. [L-sI. in.- i.i
ui..r I;,:, r.) J'. ', r: 2 J4. -.L,,.--' l

To tie above airts., i Lolrdshi. .,turiu.-1. tl.he EW- "
REPLY.
.Jaiur 27, 1880. F'f HE AIBOV[ II?\WA i,,D will
MY iE.vEr.,ND Br'EiHREN (.F lE C'LEFOY AND be paid to :ai' !',.. i .-. r Persons who will
BrEIHi.EN or THEi LL.\iY. give lnfii'it ati-it! hn es-.Ie,-ti,;g some
I thank vyo \.-r heartily i. for tht.-. ..xpre- i-h ict ttxOle
i,_ioL ,:,t" w ,n.I..oi ,..ntciii,,.l in y.,.u ,U1B ,
It i- a -uutie. oft r..iti-..:ti.u to im, to know tha.it ', n tr,.,.-ii Y 1| RIII. in this t,, '., be-
iu uutlertakiti, the E.pi:I. l! up. -i f tn t last, and e er y
Chlur-h in BEL-'-nuda I iui it-le.udiu' t.: thi:- unani- e r2 last, and "esterdy
luLtli initaItioui ,:,f itr Synod. i tI,_rnio '.
sWre it tvrw-'i--hatI .ere been auv dif,-.u,.:- ei-s.n are notified th.u no ore except the
of opinion an :oug-,t you up<:.u this: .n.j,:..t-- I ..ho ld Ihu.il .i-i,i :,- .. : authorized to dispose of *.!..i,:
hav:. ]Li-itatd Lo,,add t. o th, 1i.irdth n whii1 for tbhe >.r ii,,d f 't i t 'I t ,QnI i' I .
pa-t eightien in'onth- I hav- fouutil a- ply aL -iifMQt r y GtEGOR'Y V. L \'
to tax mvy eni.rgi,-s to the utuiu,-t. But I tI-lt that Z
the co:,uneitioun whih 1i.i -., l.,i,-'C.)--it-led ,btwte-i-a Ilaiil;tti.,, J:iit ,ry 27th, !- :0.
the Church in th,:se I-. m-. .,niud te Di....ee ,-of New- ---- ------- --- -- -
t'oundlaud was one whli.-h ought tuit lightly to bI. .- 11 > .
,ev'-rd; andu wh-ten youtr tLu.St d.-.ire f.-ir- the t t1A '
rniaiuti-naul.e rdf that counatctiou was -..inuiijUit-att-
,to me I teg:areditany d,,ty to a--- ie t'o Ao ur Mt am
I will not c uei-.il froni V.It tAL t ihat I -tiiuk fii t *,I1 i
the further r I-'l:-, ability hlich thli- -t p iuv,:l\'- i. .tl1 !.." .--.-pp liy at ,,,i i,,.. [tt"
The Otfict ,cf I"i-hiop au a i-v,. be, f.-' froium _are--. l.,iih-,in.ry -toi e.
The iutei -tRI uf other l.er-,ou, ii\-wr whiii.h it is hi-, i, .,,iltn, Deer. 23, 18379.
duty to wat..h, art o-f of -i.h grc ait irniil.i.ttai: t th-
r.-,lts which tollow from his atiug wh-th.:r iu re-
gard to what I.- do.-s or l-. ivb unionn,, may tend F k ) )-.
so much t -,men-d or nnar th- 6piiiiual i:onditi.n i ,t Lt TO 'i- 'I 'A D/HiE' 7'
laria s ;ti: the tone awl t.npr t- v-rio:fn -f his iutner--
course witl tlie :-I(rgy a, l la ity of thi Di.-.-., af-
fct't ,o mu-ch tie .omfoit of th.:.se- with wl,,n hi:.t '-I.. l 1SCilOt)NE -t.
has to do, that r Bi-hop': .l u u.vr lv, ..k lI..i:k upou I\ ,
the pa-t, or look forwarIl to thl. futi,.- without 6...r-
anxiety. .'O i -
I therefore' valu- ver higy hly the .,--ur. iu..o of .
your co-ope-ratiou aud .-.upport oiu ay nud.-iv ouiris i 1. 1)L.N OM1, tl,.i ,
to, promi ote the. spiritual lt If.t-. of tl,.- ,l ,.-,_Iu -iii
inlittel to Tiny harg.:-. i ill Sail for the above Port,
I rejoiic. tlit tie ,t:-, ort-. ot f the C( l'tiirth it n i -
BP,-IIu.I,I tu -.btain git.:a.- f..d.-m .,f ., i..i,, ni A bout-t iL I! ith i ox 11o,
.l..ia --ti -. fl it a .it l u th T ;.r--,- it: tr I ,- .. ,
m aun er Ll-: t, ,fu l : ;:iA i.r,,v t t'i ., I ,. 1 hA I t( *' f i. .
bl.V- iun- c Ali.i h.ty t_,.r th- ..:..;.ilrati n.. this tomar;- Ratei.
VUnIud may tn-iidt., thte pro-.otio-n i:t ill- rlory and T WAD N
tihle ediflicati,., of HiI Church. 1 r* i A N ,
0 LLEWELLYN NEWFOUNDLAND. Hiamilton, ,lan. 26th I.et.-2 Ag,:iit.


." uplv of

r_ ..
&e., &c.
Hamilton, Deceeber 2:3, 1879.
RELIJIBLE C,.ANAEi)GOODS

G It.AT progress liha bc-en made- within a few
years in the art of Preserxing Fruits, Ve-
g.-table Fi_-h and Me:its in tins, and in onnse-
quence the e,.iuisUiption has lar,,ly increased.
As yet, however, canned goods are inot oencrally
tholighlt to be fresh," and some brands are not,
perhaps, entilledI to lie so einilereid. 1Those
packed ly us, hiiwev,-r, are t lermnitic:,lly S aled
at the sources of r.-upply, \. iti\ they are ini the
best pos-ible ionditionii, by :i prioes-s which pre -
selves tie uiruti-to-be desi-rtd fIresh. natural
flavors ; and they are really.iii ibotter condition,
fresher, more |ilataible and wholesome thin
nmaiiy so-called (re.lh" articles which are ex-
posed for s:ile during considerable periods bf
tine i;I eily n.irketls. All goods bearing our
name are guaranteed to be of ia superior quality
pure and wluilesome nnd dealers ire authorized
to refund the purchltae priec in any case where
coni-umners have because for dissatisft'action. It iA,
hliL-ife.l e, 1o the iner.-.t of both dealers and
consuliters to u-c 'i'uEci:iP.'s BRANDN .
II K. & F. I. THlURBER & CO.,
Manufacturers of nud Dealers in Food I'roducts.
We4t Br.oia ay Ileade and Iludsont
telroeeN, New York.
Dt-cembler 23, 1I7. .-3'n


For Rent.


THE D\VELLING

1 0 US


E


And Tract of LAN) in Paget
Parish,
lately occupied by Mrs. Louil. A lrocK, called


............. .. .. .. ..... .. 'd, .10" I V T ,, I ,"
liec has also with him his tools and necessary ill ihe h li\er-,i by ('it t d.iily -fromii ahliut. 10)
I I ;" for the :'-p ir- of \V !'C 11i S, CL'i .1 i ,,.i,,lick till i,,,on-i:o.,iiin.encing o-i 1st \pril. containing Twelve \eres, more or less, extend-
.A I \V;' II it','.1,:.i..,i workedd at Pi,, togri li- I The price i. one penny per ;)..und fir 1i 2 Ihs. ig' from the Vaters of Hamilton arlour o
i ._ I ,. \V;itC.i i .'.n.v I, .r over 10 y.- i., 1 \ilh < r thu N.,rthi, to ihe i' ain Road oiln the South.
p t .e ..-c! i ..,. I Ih Busin.esses. A A e y b.,if-p nny i ler 12 IL,-. For further particulars apply to
V.',r in i- t-..i ,-r Jewelry line hl.Fi at his l H rmtdi i rtiti-ial Ice jom,,pany. A.1. J. HODSDO -,
kai1lery will meet t illt |'r. n l attention and l laiill'n, lar, h '24th, 1S79. AgeL-l.
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,....A.. S aAIN.m,. eo geA Sanford, ....

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1 -'1 Basils 'llS,1' &e; e,. CarriagCe built expressly tbr Bermuda when
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1111 i (h I oic.i c- ewa ''i i-t.t G.inret Seed in tllifkiis. The exm eii401ol thi-eelebrated Brind Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
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il. ni C.rk, Ieland. 26 anm style of Case with Cre-t, Monogram, &c.
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Reid Street. |the G(old Med.ul at the late Paris Exhibition.
H lil c-,,,e c. 1 "1,-+"1" E.T. CHILD.
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DLiudohald Street, IHamilton. Orders i'roinptlyAttende I to. Apply at the** Royl Gaotte" O.fee.
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is on ithe, -' Hle ..1 1 :- ,.n board the i,;,a a ril professions of Russia, she 4i : cn.tly con-
p.'me r'l,.-..,,t .. I... -Er.i l; i and American. tinuinA her preparations for war. "I'll I 'llh- ,.: of
'I hPre will I.. li- If-L. -oing i.' .-i .' I: :.- well' her rifle manufactories have lw.-,n lir-e;.., by the
nel i lr .- -, ,i ,I-' themselves V... -, ~ ,.r-.,Me than r '.if' 'f t'. ,|iii.tly to prepare as many lre-..hlond.-
our fri, nri, fthe Emerald Isl. :i i w..n, r if I b'v ers as p..-'ible : tler,.lf.., 70,000 will be manufac-
will cpt u p -, entertainni- ii ,n !,,-,:i fT r te bene- tur.d .- e-ti, irz, -,i',0 at Isevsez, and 500,000
fiI of lit1- p.,,r people I -ig' on-.ri'IirT,-.,.il Mr. abroad, A very trustworthy corre=pindent who
Paircell h,t,.l l,tlo-r b., careful how he speaks for has just viit..d all the larger towns in Russian
Ibem in l ,I l i,,alooi, ,,ilh.iin- on the occasion. I am Prlan1d on his war via VWarsaw and Wilna to
nrit c-.-iain il,.at the two .1l Iretive short-hand wri- Riga, writes that nt only ltol the larger towns in
terms are on br.,r,1 il., .c- tiit; but tIo of thv.- that ilt ict, but also places which previously had
(ilirfk.wil lled l inl:.;-te ;o r-'' h. slatl.,' either a small garrion or none at all, are now
" r i|,? Lt|;I, Sl.ti. IrT, aI h.n l m.' in;.' a blieh crowded by tioopi of all arms. This is chiefly the
MIr. Prnell to ,,llrrei. They alp, on niirval, to case in respect to those places lyingf \V es of "\art-
place themselves under the lbir..clin .:.1 il' Priish saw on the route from Czenstochow to Wilna and
Con I1i in N, v- Yrk. So,.it,: I ,.n- ,,.-: is none Dunaburg. In Ihree gorern'unils bordering upon
I'- .:. il!,... l. lo,,. n !bv .t P itli-L i.ject and :.- .I iy an.! AuB i a.-riz., W arset', \W ilrtaand
menil,.r of Plilim,',i .Nr,. ri..-o i t,-ings are Kieff-are qiarter,.,l nineteen IoIt ian,1 nine horse
l,-hl ir. .\ i, -, -. 1 i if i I, I .-,1.' ihe Gov.- u'ivti '-i.u besides a great force of fully equipped
frn'n t w' ill ",! il ,. ,,.t, i. ,I.- l,.,nt what is *1-.,'tri-i and they are being cr.n-iantly in:ieased
..id1 by .Mr. Parrr-I in *':w York than in iu.lr f1 v" fresh arrivals.
or Sli.'i. It i' ,nI. al.-. i-I to promote good feel-
ina v1n InnI -il,-, r... :gs to extend li .-. ,:',i.,rin EEFUPTLICANISM A CA.U'E FOR DIV.-I'n'E.
lyv eciXiii,.' i' (f l-nnifi- 1 a friendly people in an- WASHINTON, Jan. 6.-Aremarkable'opinionhas
-it er countr ili ,i -t -b. I.- m-,.- ;'.-rt.-', ant. Mr. been given in the Virginia Court of Appeals, by
Parnell n., v I .,r'- ..ful in the few remarks he Judge Anderson, one of the J.i.t,-a. in the case of
mni)' it Liv, ro:,l irior to his departure ; and Mr. Latham .cti' -t Latham, to the effect that Repub-
'inlliv.n, m in rlt ,,r P 1;i:,. nl, also talked mildly licanism is 9 co.1 roun'1 for divorce. In the case
about "',- r .i 1-ir1-, i" measures for the racifica- referred to, Mt'. Liharn cl r.r-_'-, in her bill that
tion of [it inil. 'I o,' main object of Mr. Parnell's her husband required her to conceal her want of
%i-il 'i nio ic-t it I, L -.ii,1 1. ii.- cllectlon of aq-pt b %r v i;! his political cause, and alleges that
fund in rOial rf his gi% c, ,,1 l .o li n. If he the shock wa'..i i.: t iher wh-ien she found, after her
cc uli induce some f I, i.i-. t. part '.i-h itm rr *-.*. 1 i.t- hc-r 1.ii -l'a whom as a girl she
monty ailr-.l -ii i II ,- i .,l II ilnv V i..n of Eng- t -. -T.Idni:;. 1 antd hI.,ni i -l .;: one who had done his
I'and" aind ir I r.l... ibhe poorest of the QnIT -, ,-, duty to his nation and State in arms, and whom
tenants bright be '.,i i. 1 ,' Ih 11i mean thi's she supposed to be still true, hail, in fact, allied
taihiad ,, iitv I.b ihr l,,.:;t. .'s i. .- .1 the Ameri- himself with what are known in Vi'ginir. a "'Rad-
can plefl e.- w.nl. ilnlii,. :.,:.',.i,17;rt' 0 toel, latest icals ;" that she could stand it no longer, and was
di( spituI(-h.s, il, ,1 biii" i .eii,:' ,l. 1,, toward re- compelled to sue for a divorce. In the opinion of
lievin., the ,di::Ir,..s. This is a mistake. The ma- Judge Anderson, dissenting from the mirtj.iiy of
eLinmrY of ih ',.r Law Guardians isi .. .,.t .i.- the "u,'jcr Court and ov-rulIng the Of.cie l e
ed to it: Utir.>t, aind a fund has been started, not, Corporation Court of Ln rhctibur..t he descants in the
it i. trn,-, ii the alacrity that E-.iranl subscrib- following happy vein : "The s'ock and mortifica-
-i! i, tP (tLi,:-, o lire fund, nor ,writld alleviating tion of Mrs. Latham was to find that her husband
ihe' uffe-i'rsfrom theinundationsin Austria,butthe had not been true; that lie hb:A ds,:rl..,1 his friends
wealiv -las-es of the Uni'.-d IKin.: lom are not go- ati.1. h'is '-..n orier to the enemy, and had joined
ing to let lie Irish starve, nor is the En.tli. it Gov- hinm i \;in; uii' them a war more cruel than a
ernment grtii, to resent the -..-li i..ii- attacks upon ,' r ar'a ,.=. ITr ...as perfidy, the moral taint of
it by any u ,l .t of their i> picr-ii'ilitic- to the which she felt attached to him, and which would
Queenti' sulj -,rs on itho oilhr i.1. of the Channel. -lilI '1 exclude him from the best society of the
If .iter;ca't ,,niv mrney to spare to help the Irish State," and therefore this most iigileous Judge
poor En_,la.ld will ..ly I i,, r. -1,1 to assist in the thought that the bonds of matrimony ought to be
worbl mite to tlie purse and let Irish Philanthropists
Ilte. ncl;T' I.- Itt, ..in i, i-i. How the Government LAscA_3,-The men, who called themselves las-
.,ILI- r'c-iV- an ..' flit i i,- i..-,-' t.ai,.rn from W ash- T"ar. I ebI..n... l to almost all Asiatic races, except
in: ti.n I r,,n nt i ,,.1 to say. Possibly in a iL, t.'llu.- 'iur ( binh.ina I wants full wages, and
frirl, [.irit, p. -.il.,!y iot. That would depend when he goes to i ea ii4 always a carpenter, or sail-
how it v.i.- ,tfl,.i. ".ri there are representatives maker, I or: ll .1 opei:-,iive of some kind-Philip-
01 th, Fo-called land ,.itatiion in London who say pine Islanders, Malays, 'luchi, (from the old Bur-
that 1I,-. piii-tire ofret.lulii:.nt : .-r..: I oli,- meet- mese coast,) Sindees, Cutchees, Arabs,Somalees, and
in n America x;11 b.- ;..tIl *I.r:. it- .-;overn-. even, though rarely, Pathans from the Iill-, and
trort 1 ,t Wr-.I,;ngton to make the Ex (ihtilr send a pure blacks from Nubia; but they were all strong,
c-nir tr ietiin tii. Enr.i..,l touching the dlOiut of all amenable to discipline, and all very pleasant to
the QIu..-i's --r out .iii toward Ireland. Indeed, I.'.-iI..--in i .. ti r -e il. y requried so viry little aceom-
it is ilnh. ,: ,li .,',itg i-, bear what some of thelrish modation. Any rcov.-r,.l i:.-. was better than their
,.'-i ',,.,i i,.v, t, ; ,. the possible intervention of own huts, on! if II-Pi') weie none available, they
the G. '-..1 iT.- ol the .Tnited States. Do you slept about a.- t,.- y could. TIr-y all obeyed their
know, Sir, ihai ilfe Irish in the United -Se:.- can own elected ,Mie .-is or -.QnC-man.ts.-i, and hliy all,
' *, I the i',--ii. it ?" Ne., .--ir, I was net aware as l-.n,. as their wages were paid, did their work
if i'." I .l1. By St. ParTit1 I iell you, Sir, ste-idily and perseveringly, inutinyiiit., quite as
ith y c.n ar-,l they do," I v- i. ir-l to say indeed, rarely as Eur ,- ..n. The" I .iliiing li..1 them, they
" Ii';..'; :' he repeated ii,,i. oarills, do you persisted ion .ml i i n ; them, and ,ra.'l ally the
it..w Ih:at we Irishmen rul-- N Y.'rk entirely?" lascars"cmi- I.-r ii in n!ar,.proportion ofevery crew,
" !:, J.: I11l ,l. Irish in thatbusy ( ii;y are a very a proportion which of late years, and in non-lighting
i., i,.. trt c i,, of the c, ,n.i nii and that as services, has .-tl-iiy inrr. .,- -.1. There '.; -, '-w-
yi-; do in l.,.:,-..,. so do they there fill im '-.riani! ever, always one doubt about the lascars. Captains,
tio. -, r.rld il 1 l.,.m with honor." "'Tl'iatk you unless extremely familiar with them, and personally
for ti .iii- ." said my friend, "but let me tell you popular with the-tu, distrusted their nerve in battle
tha- i,: Ir,-h are America ; that the Irish emanci- -that is Capt. :Ma i at's grievance-and believed
pated the slaves; that the Irish will comflIll the that wheinevertried atonce bydani.'r and cold, they
American (.I.,., .ni ton r i t. ,liberty t,.' i. l.iiu.l at woudn!] aboluirly refuse' InI do their duty. We do
I' 'i t i 1 il':' '-.i i ni.- rot -toueinl-er thi e i'nc-idne-il on which the belief rest-


A._t\ .I'ND NF.PHEW.
A (',- SEuit for Breach oJ Fr':..;: .. f Marriage.
I Inm-rit w., 1-" .: i yesterday by Judge W 'dl',-cI'?
it I United States District Court, in a breach of
in ..--- i ini, .liin .-.r ; rv nice pointsof law.
N -nc;, V "'-i'']-'.-i I li ... it Striit -gainl-' her
nc, nephew, 'Dr. Orson L. Crampton, for breach of
prionise. Th,. ',. f- .l.ii i- :, leading Physician,
pr i(i i:_ 1.- -.. :, nt it it, tCity of Mobile, Al.
The two pliric t '' Ii ,i w r- residents -f '.I. I.ile
I *- I i i. i I I- i In :l.- ir
I; -i i. I r i"u u n -h ..rl,,, .' c.'rf ni y.
A lth,', 'h r.., v a : ..r '. ..e ,. ..a-e
.l r .1 '- i ,' .? e r ; i .- h ,' -
i'1 ''-i i i ,L'.I' love, which was fir .11-:
r;. .... ... a !,..., l troth '!'l.,:t . ,, n, tt t r
niorri.ia. a-. made in l-7:. It was not li-. : itf[I r
'- i r rn r, n i i sual i .---,hini became known
Il t 1 11. CI o,. i .. was ;' n., n : 1 v his friends
it :.. a n ;..1, ,..; blood r I. ;., i;k.- th. m -,i v-s
wouli1 e ill.' -Ituous. Thi- it.'lrning -o,
aI.,i l,..1 I 1i.. t r that he ,* .i;ht ial
Sui .-, i. nI ~.i in.ii' that ,.,'.i .:'.' such as
Ih I "I i. ( I w iili1 1.- .iltli and e.i-1. j r. C'rnmp-
ton carried the saol 11.irn. I hi I i.' -i. i ,, h, ii' i -
c-...ill r... any -:.:l r. -.ni-- % l I, h- c-',-ild rot
b". j,.i, il in the holy bonds of matrimony so long
as 1- i 1.t-'' one 1t l, r .
itri'. ilt. d on. I,. 1 7. Mi. I'aim h.b I came
N orth and ,.t.,l.I;.!i i I-r if v ith ir rnds itt the
Staie of .chioeaii. A year later lit. I.Inptoiion :i'.-'
him Northward on a i.i to L.ic't~it, N. Y.
V. I i r- ', 1, -. i!,lt i i i I. rs i f f i' ;la\.
I I, |l top !ii i ,', ,.i i N c
Y k ft, ir,,: i ,i ,; :- it ini..Ir.1 1 e- ,l(uri.
The case w a' n i 'n ,l' -i. I'j-' i,, 1 il !ic.a.in ofi
Sl l .ilil il, I l'S ; 1 I ,,,, \I I. l l .. Lo ;-
I .i it '' ei e 'i I. Ih r t I' i I .I I lk [L l mi l I --1 l, i-o I .,1'
l '., ":, iti.,r l i f.' I Y ,:.i L ast cit,,ih:r
a 11 m w. i r! I I .i. y t ,.' as b!roi,.,1l, be-
ft.re in' \ .ill.. : rr-.1' iiit. % lie :-.t-.' i it. piven
tI, ii.. iv. -isl.-it. tL' i -:t'i.'ll I. -itt b.aturd tit.cin the
1,.i :' rl! i -i.t"ir-' I I;.'.- t b-i n- understood that
a 'uni, I, r ull I.,I I,.!. ni-il ..t the time of the
r:-iin --I le iu .- i i I' of --tiii a new trial The
.in r. u t .1 :,' r t ,l)a ii t ii, It .-u rn Y, -ICr. Iav .un- 'enl va- ,-atr1, in .co'ordiince t.b
Ihe I I. it i-i, tn lttlrrl in:' I-ir .- ntiL' trial.
'i; mi i- a telI ci i,.i.licti ,i iu'-, and raises so
y. 110 iti : it .t.iil Il:.:i r U.i ., that its trial
i jl it a i 1 1 1 i, t k.r,. n in .i I tl:oI tie I io i -,
\\l' h t!II d t -i' Ui..! t i h;I eI."i e w ll t-ftl, 'i'e thoNP
of 01'.iii-Il' ,,i'l what constitutes it; whether a
in ..i..- ~~ua na 'i vh aunt; how far the laws of
I..-; lunii. i i-.viit" l. i.'. of the United States;
t lt, -i-i iJi -i (+`,tiisiii c-Itl itl;tii y ; ih,.l lhei manr (na
rlU,It I I' 1, h ilh,:. !' + .ll>, HI ect, ll lu ;l'lt i: a telat.
i: g -' L.: hitil or li..tl.ildiJdei deiet.,-a .Initan ir.ge.

Lh- N..v. Y.i I .. ./id I au.,''ority fi.r ith, state-
n,. tit t,.,t 3Y ..!tti.,b i l-: .,.jiinwu \'ho h,, b'b.,. n [.
c-triia' t -n nit otil:; l' (iIr-i iig Ihe tnlentnce, hut <(.
essul.,li~s t t in U r.)t n', i,.h.i tiliy itbi ho.. Tifb.lborne.
Inli.rtinti witnesses and facts not I-.es;.: .1 a- the
l11t ii.il ait, it is reported, to be forthcoming.
'1b ir .. n-i i -..f I v.:.[ue c il. e .i in G-i ,al 1 l itipit
a r 1 >i l : !. tl i(o r itl.. e-. I 1 7',. ,. i. i,:! 1.. n it I -
li '1 I ', l; ." :* m o un i ( i]'* "'.i 7* 17 ( l' 1;
. i 1.t v 11 ,.' .- ,hnn, .i..-I-':'.u i [ ) w as jll.(t ,.d
il l I). I Ut' .''. i n : L l Ic7U.n, 'd ..: : .11 .' ,-
Ut.iu I .. t.iuh, t li iiii -'2,.i l,(l::i. t IIn l ou _- l rnd
I" l ,, t: f .,0-.t ( ealln. \ an >.i hj Lj) from In-
S i.ne tax., ld tlj-i Li.ilahcc from other soulcees.


ed, but it was nearly universal amocr.t the very ex-
perienced and competent seamen who made up the
old Company's Naval Service-s .-urionalvy p'par:tI.'
and estimable class-and was embodied in a story
almost c .ritii'1' 50 years old, for we heard it our-
selves as an old i',gendl of the service 31 years ago.
One of the L-,tu.I, iri.'-. Captains was running ; down
the Channel in bitter weather, when a gale came on,
and the ship being in extreme danger, all the las-
cars suddenly sat down. They struck nobody, in-
sulted nobody, and made no rush lor liquor;
but there they sat, %ith that passive, in.tf-t'.-it",
and unendurably 'ri it.-.i. ,.-.,i-inr ,r which none
but ,i.:ii-, and I-'.! II.i iLita can display. The
\.i i,.i'., .;f, r vain I.-I t lto rouse the men with
h.l .rl..ii.:.i ,^ .t rr a:l rol es-'-endinij-, deliver-,d-
through sulirdinate-, at la-t went down to them
liin.-ell, .inoI idd. inr Hlinlo-lanee, "You mustpull
the Ii(q. -. avy men ; ir i not, in ten minutes you
will all b.- in hell!" "Utcha" (" Tres bien,") was
the humble reply, k-, it.,, Sahib; so much the
L.. ,. We shall be warm there." The very desire
or 1.'e bad gone out of L, > i:, and mov.Y thl.- would
not and did not, iuld the w,, ki which varel the ves-
sel was done by some recruits on board.-The Spec-
tator.

A PRACTICAL. l.'.cLIt',iYi7 M.t!I!NE. Th
arithmometer or calculating machine of M. Thomas,
of Colmar, was invented in 1820. Since then it
has und.i.ri,:,ip, nrnny improvements at the hands of
the inventor and latterly of his son, M. Thoa.i-t-,
de Bojano, so that now it is offered in a form which
1. "-I'.tj. I, in report t, ith Parit-- -'ciete d'En6our.
ment, pronounces to b,' thIobiinibi;: alipltel foi
pr..-i;c.tl use. T"h- machine performs ia ;ill r.liainaiy
arithmetic operations, comprising the extraction of
root:.. A.imong a ilhiiOi iriiiltn r'-r[,i1 improvements
for dI. iiAl. i which we must I- fer to the bulltliu
of that -,ocity just named; is the counter of the
nuniLer of turn l 61the motiir handle, :.nd the au-
tomati.- iuc i!il i:.n ,f successive lniguit- of results,
in di visioii- lnI exide n-Lions of nor6 aId of imult.i)1i-
trrs iii multiplication.?, r.-l;eti;l.; hbo minid of Ih'i
(.iat,.t grA.itly. A n iil.-a of ihe progress of the
m... hinni. m.vy I,-, tI.' ruiLru tie fact tiLt the product
o l' it ~i ut! r '' 'l.'Ii':,j. I by it sell ia formed by the
new tr'.Atmi- in 24 seconds; it took nearly a min-
utein .l--'. The new reachiL pcan l toi go.iheyond the
fort in giving tibe poduc het of t umber lorme of
VAniu's by i s'If, whiohit does in 2' ,ec. The pro-
duct !f the number formed of 8 nines by the number
formed of eight fives is now obtained in 17 seconds
as agagainst abLiiu 1, 45 s.-c,.,ini- in 11 J Processes of
adiiiion alone are not performed much more quick-
ly than by an expe'i ca.culatur, but mental aitinii
isat .l E-:t isell. The machine is well adaipt,.ii fur
comjl .'X ,. .ii-e tit s i, a t in tl-cuhltiuiB s of algebiaic
foi Liul i., lui oilt ium;1 ctlcullaIiot:U r.latiVui to con-
!iUt. mii ui,, -ub g,.., 't n ,'.-, &:., 1jr calculation
of I.t rumula.- into wtbih lt itinutmelricil vvlu...- enter
.nd here it allows of ilisenBsitg tnib the use of
lo.aiiiiiitu:, tables of natural tiiti.oui rical lines
being u-'ed. In ouiistructiuu of lables ol miultipli-
catuio, *ready-reclhon-re, etc., the machine gives re-
unlts th.tt '-ie trult rmaitv'llus.

PARIs, Jan. 16.-The ministerial statement wats
rad in the t'huiiber to-day. It is to the effect
I.u:1. te? c-h.i.e it the Cabitinet ldoes not indicate theI
abi nil. :a t-nit c.I n piud-nt policy, hi-h i- :tj(j.-t
. Iul.,, ,! iti i i. i! aftuir ,,f ran e ; bn -ihat
it iu, .,,..-" !;at l-'rance may bl- ni ithi n Lo riece
ith ilt d. ;ion itu toe itfi f Lece .s ;.' I-.refornis and
EUc.r-,i'e i.'lp or Pem *L7.
.T. PETERSBtrn, Jan. tG.-The cliel editor of
the leading Nihilist newspaper has been arrested,


L,\ I' 1 ;,;iT. ET '.
Til e 1 .',:,v. rv.. r._- In- v,:.! illy completely
r,-.'.I ri.i;.- 1 t .- system of artificial 1 .:.1'. In the
ao.I olden times, the li.,i -, ,. 1. .a ti-lle was th.-- 't.I
luminary of the hous. i.-I.i. lo th. early i o- of
pioneer life, the gaping hearth with ii, l,.cl.1.. in
rear sent out its cheering light. Many a task was-
learned, thread spun, stocking knitted and a.iriint
u,tclt e.Il tog..'hri- by th:- ;l.:- and in front of hii an.-
cient -iitruero. M ,.y' i a poor finl ;in tI,.-. B kw:.liw'o.]i
could afford no better light thin tlat .cl tih.-: ull lire-
side; lighted up perhaps by pine l,.-.-u.ts and gum
knots. And when the first beef animal was killed for
the use of thi- f.,,;]v t-n ,i in e tlihe homemade candle
- a long ici,.I.- l.ol:iint, :-inll:e triinlk.d thirt-.- ri 1 lt
by the rep-.eat, .1 ippii _. an.1 co'.lin..' of' a wick as its
nucleus., So,';,ti,,i v..-n c.aill,. were needed and
not made a slender strip of cotton from some old lniiihg
was placed in a saucer and e,.v.lopei with tallow,
lc-ai'ii. a point as a light (-lribriut ,'. Next came the
little old fashioned monkey headed lamp filled with
whale oil, which tlr.-iuli a cotton wick was converted
into light. But there was no crystal globe on top to
reflect or magnify the light, and neutralize the dis-
agreeable odor. But nevertheless this little luxury
,:' rei.1 many a table; and was one of ihe Itrits of de-
velopment of what may be termed a rcp'-.:.table ad-
vance in domestic Life. Then came the spirit or
ether Liiht. and latterly, that ,:nerilly known as
Kerosene. This oil is drained from the subterranean
strata of certain parts of the earth :-and from its
crude state is r,-fiii-'I, so as to produce a clearer light,
with less of its original rank odor. 11 ifro,.'rly rt finl-,
it will stand fire proof as a combustible substance ; but
the great proportion of the oil we get is as dangerous
in a house as gunpowder. It i' ,'.rradllv asserted that
American oil is a very explosive article; much more
so than the Canadian.
The uses of this oil have become varied and univer-
sal-arid for many purposes, it is a most invaluable
article. Tin:- li-,ht in clearness and volume is greatly
in excess -.I Itl it tIhe candle-but injury to the eye-
sight has become an acknowledged fact. The glare is
so intense, that the lI.t upon thi.- optic nerve is soon
felt, and the vision becomes at l.-niith impaired.

KEROSENE.


Few people apparently are aware of the forcibly
combustive element of a great portion of the oil
w. uithtly use in our lamps; oth.'rwise greater
precaution would be used than generally is. A
lamp-brimful in too many cases is carelessly lighted,
and placed upon a table, around which a whole
household is perhaps seated. Then too, it may be,
is a little one Iryintg to c;.raul along the table, or
underneath, cltitcliing ait the fringes of the table
cloth: and besides these are other movements
about the table a lighting and carrying of the lamp
I'r.'iien'y by yoliuebihd'r,. and at best in many
instances, in a careless manner; therefore it is really
a wonder that more lamp accidents di& not occur
I Frequently, however we read of a lamp somewhere
exploding, of houses being set on fire by it, and of
persons becoming saturated with exploded oil and
burned to death; and of others while using it in
l indling fires loosing their lives thereby; and yet
Swithal, we read the account, heave a sigh of sym-
pathy perchance, and soon cease to forget the events
Whin. however, it comes home to a person's own
Ihluieltnld then the event brings with it a thib.usand
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal fazetft, Tuesday, February 3, 1880.


BER M3ITDA.
VProceediags of the HoiBorablet Le-
gislative Council.
Friday, :30,k January, 1880.-Pursuant to ad-
journineat the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
President:
The Honorable Augsttlus J. Musson,
William H. Gosling,
James H. Trimingham,
James Tucker, Reer. General,
G. S. Tucker,
Randal E. Webster, Colonial
Secretary.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 3rd February,
.at I1 320.

BERMnUDA.

Abstract of the Proceedings of the Honorable
House of 1i0-5 nbly.

Friday, 30th January, 1880.-Mr. R. J. P. Dar-
Trell intre.duer-d a Bill to provide temporary Clerical
Assistance in the Secretary's Office-which was read
-a first time.
The Bill to provide for the holding Inquiries as
to Wr\cks and Casualties, was read a 2nd time and
'committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman In the Chair.
The 1st Clause agreed to.
The 2nd Clause with an amendment was agreed
to.
The Attorney General moved the 3rd Clause.
Mr. S. C. Out'rbridge moved to insert the words
4'in a manner that shall appear to the Governor to
be reliable"-which was not seconded.
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell moved to insert a proviso
-after the word "conduct" in the 65th line of the 6th
isub-section-" Provided that in case of any casual-
ty or n'i-con'luct occurring previous to the passing
of this Act it shall not in any way whatever be af-
fected by the provisions of this Act"-which was
nueatir>d.
Ayes 7-Messrs. S 0 Bell, F M Cooper, R J P
Darr-.'li, R D Fraser, W S Masters, W R1 Peniston,
R Tynes.
Nays 17-Messrs. Speaker, N J Darrell, T N
Dill, \V J Frith, J Fowle, S B Gray, E H Gosling,
H H Gilbert, S A Harvey, J M Hayward, C C
Keane, S A Masters, TD Mliddleton, S C Outer-
bridge. C Peniston, J N Smith, T J Wadson.
8, 4, 5, 6 Claucs agree.l to.
The .%tforne. OGeneral moved the 7th Clause.
Mr. N.J. D.i tell moved an amendment at the
'end of the Clause-" Provided however, that a rea-
sonable time shall be allowed any master and crew
who may be summoned to give evidence before any
such Court, to do what may be necessary for the pre-
-servation of the ship or cargo under his charge or the
safe custody of the vessel and of such goods as may
not have been already landed, previous to the ser-
vice of such summons"-which was negatived,
Ayes 8-Messrs, S C Bell, F M Cooper, R J P
Darrell, N J Darrell, R D Fraser, W S Masters, R
'Tynes, W H Wilkinson.
Nays 17-Messrs. Speaker, T N Dill, W J Frith,
S B Gray, E H Gosling, H H Gilbert, S A Har-
vey, J M Hayward, W C J Hyland, C C Keane. S
A Masters, T D Middleton, S C Outerbridge, W
R Peniston, C Peniston, J N Smith, T J Wadson.
8th and 9th Clauses agreed to.
The Attorney General moved the 10th Clause.
Mr. Fraser moved that the last paragraph of
that Clause be struck out.
Mr. Tynes moved that all after the word "be" in
-the 8rd line of that paragraph be struck out, and
the words by the agent, owner or consignee" he
inserted.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
The Attorney General introduced a Bill to cor-
rect an error in the Schools Act 1879-which was
read a first time.
Adjourned to Monday next.

Monday, 2ndFebruary, l"'0.-Mr. S. A. Masters
moved that a Message be sent to His Excellency the
'Governor asking that a Writ may be issued for the
Election of a MNlember for the Parish of Pembroke
to fill uh#- vaceinc caused by the death of John
Harnett, Esqr-which was agreed to, and ordered
accordingly.
The Bill to provide for the holding Inquiries as
to Wrecks and Casualties was again committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
10th Clause under consideration.
Mr. Tynes with leave withdrew his proposed
amendment to that Claitus'.
Mr. S. C. Owmerbridge moved that the word
shall" be struck out of the third line of the last
paragraph of the C('luse (10) and the word may"
be inserted inas'.-'d, and that the words "if it
-seems advisable to the G ,vei nor" be inserted after
the word "Treasury" in the fourth line of the said
paragraph-which was negatived.
Ayes 13-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Coop-
er, T N Dill, W J .'rih, SB Gray, EH Gosling,
S A Harvey. W C UHyland, C C Keane, T D Mid-
dileton, T A Outerbridae, S C Onterbridge.
Na_ 14-Messrs J A Atwood, R J P Darrell,
N J Darrell, R D Fraser, J Fowle, H H Gilbert, J
M Hayward, WS Masters, W R Peniaston, C Pen-
iston, J N Smith, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson, T J
Wadson.
Mr. Fraser's ra..tion (to strike out the last para-
graph) was neg iir',d.
Ayes 5-Messrs. R J P Darrell, R D Fraser, W
S Masters, W R Peniston, R Tynes.
Nova 21--Me-_ s. Speaker, J A Atwood, S C
Bell, F ', Cnop, r. N J Darrell, T N Dill, W J
Frith, J Fowle, S 1 Gray, E H Gosling, H H Gil.
bert, S A Har wy. J M Hayward, T D Middleton,
TA Out.ibrid -', S C Outerbridge, C Peniston. J
N S. ill I Tyues, W H Wilkinson, TJ Wadson.
The ( '_;, w. .ailirrmed.
Ayes 17. Nays 8.
1lth Clause under consideration.
The Attorney General moved an amendment, in,-
sert in line 14 of iprint-nl) Clause XI atter the
words "Justices ol lte Peace" the words, and all
penalties imposed by this Act may be sued for in
like manner and recovered with costs before any
two Justices" and in line 15 after "suit," add
" for costs"-which was agreed to.
Mr. Tynes moved in the first line of the eleventh
Clau-e r.-tritie out after the wor, "act' as far as the
word Qrder" an, insert the word "shall," and
strike out in the second line after the word "In.-


quiry" as far as the word "or" in the ninth line.
Mr. DI, mInove.i that the word "may" in the first
line be struck outi ;rid the Aord "shall" be inserted
instead and that the words think fit" be struck
-out and the words "deems it just and practicable"
be inserted instead.
Mr. Tynes motion was negatived.
Ayns1',. Nays 1mI.
Mr. Dill's motion was affirmed.
Ayes 19. Nays 6.
The Clause was affirmed,
Ayes 17. Nays 7.
The 12th Clause agreed to.
Mr. Fraver moved a duration Clause to the end
of"]i85.."
The .Aioruney General moved that it be to the end
of" IOIb9."
Mr. Fraser's motion was affirmed.
Ayes I -Mes'r. S C Bell, F M Cooper, R J P
Dr ell, N J Darr.ll, R 1) Fraser, W J Fritb, H


H Gilbert, T A Out rbriilge, W R Peniston, C
PNniston. J N Smith, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson,
T J Wadson.
Nays 10-Messrs. Speaker, J A Atwood, T N
Dill, S B Gray, E H Gosling, S A Harvey, WV C
Hyland, C C Keane, T D Middleton, S C Outer-
bridge .
The Schedule was agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted d the Bill-Ayes
16, Nay- 7-and it was ordered to be engrossed.
Mr. Fraser gave notice that on the third read inZ
be will move to insert a proviso after the word
miser.dnct" in the 5th and 6th lines of the sub-
section of the 3rd Clause, the following words-
provided that in case of any casualty or miscon-
duct occurring previous to the passing of this Act,
it shall not in any way whatever be affected by the
provisions of this Act."
Mr. S. C, Outerbridge gave notice to move on the
3rd reading that the word "shall" be struck out of
the last paragraph of the Clause (10) and the word
"may" be inserted instead, and that the words "if it
seems advisable to the Governor" be inserted after
the word Treasury" in the fourth line of the said
paragraph.
The Bill to correct an error in the Schools Act,
1879, was read a 2nd time andl committed.
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill, and it was
adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
The Bill to provide clerical assistance in the
Secretary's Office, was read a 2nd time and
committed.
Mr. Tynes in the Chair.
1st Clause agreed to.
2nd Clause agreed to.
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell moved that the duration be
to the end of 1881.
Dr. On orrbridge moved that it be to the end of
1880-which was negative.
Ayes 6. Nays 10.,
Mr. Darrell's motion was affirmed.
The Attorney General moved to add to the Pre-
amble, and to prevent the recurrence of similar
arrears"-which was negative.
Ayes 7-Messrs. S C Bell, T N Dill, N J Darrell,
S B Gray, T D Middleton, W H Wilkinson, T J
Wadson.
Nays 9-Messrs. Speaker, F M Cooper, R J P
Darrell, W J Fritb, H f-i Gilbert, W C Hyland, S
C Oaterbridge, J W Pearman, J N Smith.
The House resumed and adopted the Bill and it
was ordered to be engrossed.
Adjourned to Wednesday next.

Orders:-
Wrecks and Casualties Bill.
Schools Bill.
Secretary's Office Bill.

For the Royal Gazette.,
THE LABOURERS AND INHABITANTS' PE.
TITION TO THE GOVERNOR.


BERMUDA, )
Alias
SOMERS ISLANDS.


20th January, 1880.


May it please Your Excellency ;
We, the undersigned Labourers and other Inha-
bitants of the Town and Parish of St. George, beg
most humbly and respectfully to solicit Your Ex-
cellency's kind- consideration to the following
statement of facts. -
We having been called to our usual daily avoca-
tion "in the discharge of a vessel arriving into this
port in distress circumstances laden with Grain"
at the usual labourers wages, whenon Saturday
last 17th, for some reason or the other the Officer
commanding that Vessel (Barque Bella .JIudle)
made an application in the usual course, to obtain
"Soldiers" to do our duty, which was granted him
by the Officer commanding Her Majesty's troops
at this station, thereby underrating our salaries
which cannot be supposed that we could live by the
side of those whom are already provided for by
Her Majesty.
We regret exceedingly having to solicit Your
Excellency's kind consideration to these facts,
through having failed in obtaining any sympathy
from the Officer commanding Her Majesty's Im-
perial Troops here, prompted us in making this
Petition, trusting that Your Ex, n-Ileucy may, after
due consideration of our unfortunate case, we hav-
ing the support of ourselves and indigent families
grant us the boom most humbly asked for by the re-
voking such an outrage made against us.
Your Petitioners shall as in duty bound ever
pray.
SirNED:-David Brangman, Solomon Stephens
James Kenedy, Samuel Davis, Win. Richardson,
Nich.'las Calabras, Richard Beek, Jame-a Costello,
John IH. Smith, John G. Smith, Edward Smith,
Charles Hayes, Walter Stowe, Edward Kenedy,
Zuill, J. Harrison,-Jerry Richardson, Geo. Philips,
Gporoe ('l-irk', Z. Smith, J. Symons, Thomas
Gol'le, James Anthony Burgess, Thomas Wells,
Augustus Smith, J. Jackson, B. Richardson, E
Hinson, James Doldan, Win. Hathley, J. Talbot,
Wm. Watson, Alton Bacon, Wm. Roberts, James
Smith, Isic Vickers, Abner Burdcher, John Lamb,
B. Minors, John Kelly, Thomas Smith, Wm. Bell,
Jas. Jennings, and others.
To His ExIet-lleunv
Major-General Sir R. M. LAFF'AR, K.O.M.G.,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief,
&o., &c., &c.,
Harn ltun.

REPLY.
24th January, 1880.
SrI,-I am directed by Hi-i Ex.--ellen.y the Gov-
ernor to inform you that Hi- Exn:ellor--y has
caused enquiry to be made into the representation
contained in the Petition signed by you and other
Labourers and Inhabitants of the T'owu of St.
Gery>:- on the subject of the vmnployment't of sol-
diers in disc -harging the cargo ot the Barque Bella
.Iwude and that the soldiers have now been with.
drawn from this work.
I am, Sir, Your obedient servant,
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial S:.',retaVy.
Mn. RICOAnD BEEKx,
St. George.

VIFNNA, January 12.-The Pref'c is of opinion
that a collision between Englaud and Russia is in-
evitable. The Presse says that General Skobeleif
recently declared at a banquet t!Oat Russia is on
the eve of her national war.
Adespaich from Al,-x-n'lria to tie L',ndoa Times
says :-Universal regret is fett at the departure of
Gordon Pasha. The suppression of the slave trade
in central l Africa, tIbhugb well bpun, is far from
being completed.
The sister of the Right Hion. William E. Glad-
stone is dead.
The life of Jules Favre is desapair'd of. He suf-
fers from pulmonary hopatisation.
The Khedive of Egypt will start forUpper Egypt
on Thursday. He will be absent three weeks.
Five professional rough.s, ri.ne e.alers and organ-
izers of the lata bread riots in (o.' k, have been sen.
tenced to six weeks' imprisonment.
A treaty of peace has been signed by the native
chiefsof New Calab.trand B inny. A copy has been
forwarded to the British government.


,'r.,i our .S'uj'rt :n/ orrespondent.
DBAR Mn. LEE,-I, your lportiu correspondent
-if after such a long silence you can call me such-
have been very much behind hand of late in record-
ing the natiin- of the Bermuda Hunt, but the fact
is there have been so few riders of late-and those
few only some fast youngsters, who Mrs. T. declares
are trying to break their precious necks in the short-
est time and in the most comfortable manner pos.
sible, consequently I re-illy dare not show myself
on the inside-I mean outside of a horse for fear of
my identity being discovered.
You really -!,.,iul,, Mr. Editor, g.-tt iome oioe better
mounted to take my ',la.'- as your spe, tal sport-
ing," why not persuade the Ma'ttr h}imteIf to write
for you, I know no one to whom I would resign the
distinguished post more willingly. He is quite an
af -dle young man and bl-ing al vays well up with
the hounds-I mean the paper-he could give you
by far the best account of the runs, much better
than I, who, when I do get out, 1 ive often only his
hat in sight, and it is very hard ,work to have to
write an account of an x.-iting run simrnfly out of
the doings of the Masters hat, and that probably on-
ly a ten shilling one.
Putting, however, my fear of discovery aside,
that celebrated horse with whi'cih y.u ought to be
well acquainted, has been neriounly indisposed for
some little time and was, Ithought, really on his last
leg(s). He first caught the mump from a young
lady who was prti.,ld.irly foil of caressing him
and the poor (.1. fellow was very bad with that un-
comfortable complaint. With his head tied up in
flannel he looked uncommonly interesting and for
a short time we had to fe-l him on bread and milk
out of a spoon. He had no sooun-r recovered from
that disease than he uas seized with the colly-
wabbles-a complaint the doctor of the Hunt as-
sures me is quite new to these Islands. The health
officer was nearly putting him iuto .p jarantine, but,
on the case being carefully considered by the pro-
per authorities, it was thought sufficient to fumi-
gate him well and take him away for change of
(h)air-consequently we tied him up in a bag of
camphor and carried him off to the nearest barbers.
He is now fairly well again but a heavy cold in the
head (his head not mine) prevents my using him at
present-we are doing our best to cure hiln and in
order to hasten his recovery Mrs. T. takes great
care that he shall sit with his feet in hot water
every evening, and warms his bed with her own
warming pan every night.
But I must not leti this week go by without send-
ing you a short account of the very pleasant finish
at Mr, Hurds' last Tuesday. Those gather rings at
Woodlands are always looked forward to with plea-
sure. They have there one of the nicest pieces of
ground to witness a finish and the great kiuludete-
and hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Hurd are so well
known that every one flocks to their house on all
such occasions: both too are .so _l.iinatily fond
of dancing that a dance at Woodli ols i-. are to be
a success, and all who have been in Bermuda, even
only for a short-time, know with what right good
will Bermudians wnL dance-whenever thl.-y have
the chance, and that chance I believe they would
like every day if they could only get it. When
Mr. and Mrs. Hurd leave Bermuda, which I am
sorry to hear, is to be bef. r.. long, they will be much
missed and thI: h a ppy afternoons at Woodlands will
be remembered with pleasure and with regret that
,they cannot come over again. Let us hope how-
ever that Mr. and Mrs. Hurd will return and pay
Bermuda another visit and a longer one.
As I could not follow well on foot I had to con-
tent myself with going quietly up to Woodlands in
time for the Finish, and gather from those who had
been riding what the run had been like. They
started from the Yacht Club -pretty punctually.
The field was a small one, only six; and of those
only five really followed. From beginning to end
the race was a hot one-the line leading out of the
town by Long House and across into Fairy Land,
past Mr. William Cox's, behind Norwood, up the
road to Mrs. Stowe's, then away to Spanish Point
round by Clarence Hill, through the groun't' there
and along the tops of the hills by the North Shore,
getting several good fences, both walls and timber;
past Mr. Hamley's house and then into the woods
below the Mount, where I am told tlhr-y had to ne-
gociate a very nasty wall. Turu in southwards
they cantered through the woods on to the Clarence
Hill road and across it into Woodlands, where they
made one of the best finishes of the season. A very
large number of people had collected to witness the
jumps, and after a short interval, spent in t:.lking
and making up our cards for the dances, we all
moved up to the house and the music striking up
dnam ing commenced, and was kept going till a late
hour. I shall, and every one else I am sure will,
recall that afternoon's dance with great pleasure.
TALLY O 110'

For the Ronial fazeloe.
THE ANNIVERSARY OF PHILANTHROPIC
LODGE No. 5, 1. 0. OF G. T.
SIn,-Allow n'- -ipar-e iu your v.%almble columns
to -on' !'.ntuid.:.'Phil.Ith i .r L d.l. N.-,. 5, on their
grand parade, whvi.i:l to.:.k pli.:- in the Town of
HIamilton on 22nd nilt. B.nitg f.Lvoured with one
of those bright sutiunny dny- f'.ir whi..h the Island is
noted, the brethren assemn.lul fi.i, vairiori parts
of the Island at Philanthropi.- L-o.lge R.o.ia, in
Reid Street, at 9 a.m., where they reg.al-d and
formed up, headed by the foFI.art'- F.ivorite Band.
They then proceeded to St, John's Church, Pem-
broke, where Divine Service w;as p..rformwd by the
Rev. Mark James, Rector. The R\ev. Gentleman
addressed the'brethren from the 10th Chapter of
St. Luke, latter part of the 37th verse-"Go and
do thou like wi-. "-which address will be long re-
membered by the brethren ;and congregation at
large. At the close of the service the order re-
formed and proceeded to the B. MI. E. Place of
Wor-Jip. where, at 2p.m., Bro. Adolphus D. Di:k-
ins,'n, UDputy G. Chief, took the Chair.
A Prayer was offered by Bro. B. J. Burch, W.
Prelate; Dispen-u-.tin was read by Bro. D. S. Out-
.:hri.l r.-: By-laws and Constitution 1', Bro. A. T.
simrinous. Br,-. A. D. Dickinson, Master of Cere-
monies, then addressed the brethren andiudieu'.:e.,
in behalf of the Anniversary. After which he in-
troduced several brethren from did.-,ent Lodges,
who made very il.r.-o..tint, .ilire-.,-- on behalf of
the Order. Fromn Philanthropie Lodge, No. 5,
Bros. Samuel J. Smith and Wmin. A. Zuill; Bene-
volent Lodge, No. 6, Bros. John H. 5ravor au.l .T.1
WVilliti.; .Rechab Lodge, No: 7, lr.s.. Elo ud
EBurg1 --and John Burgess. Bro. A. D. Dickinson
then made some closing remarks on the modern
history of the Ordtr: after which the N'i.ti.ial
Anthem was -,iin. by Vi. t..ia and Pil.ubtl.,I.i,
Choir. The brethren then returned in order to the
Lodge Room, where they sat down to a sumptuous
repast.


I am sorry I cannot give a fuller retail .,t the
day's pt.. ..edin--. For want of time, many of the
brethren who were prepared did not deliver their
addresses.
Humbly -ul'mittfei in L. P. T.,
DANILL S. OUTERBRIDGE.

DAVITT, BRENNAN AND KILLEN.-Acting on legal
advice, Messrs. D),viii, Brennan ananl Kill.n 1do not
intend to take further steps to answer the writ sum-
moning them to appear before the Court of Queen's
Bench, in Dublin. Th,.y take the groundI that they
have luliilled tlhir legal obligation by pre?.ernting
themselves in the Crown oftic' on Friday last, when
the necessary siarnpel form, fur entering iheLr ap-
pearance were not ready.
'heo Slandard's St. Peter-buig de'paleh says:-
" The .Mini-,ter of the Iinpii \i Housetold ha- gone
to Cannes to escort the Czirina home."


THE ST. KITTS' DISASTER.
Extract of letter receiveI fror,t Rev. T. E. Zippel, Stu-
perintendent J.oravri' Mi. ssi, St. Kitts.
"We iv.tired to rest (Sunday ni-ht llt iflt..)
and soon after ihore? co'lnieneed such a rain aI [
have never experienced in rheselsalans. It poured
down in one stream all the night till about 4-'30
a.m.,not once di'd it cease, it was as it the heavens
were emipt ing themselves. The mountains and
hills sent down floo.,a and volumes of water, and'
our town is inundated. The destruction of proper-
ty is some hing beyond description. As soon as I
could I hurried into the yard and soon saw around
us, as far as the eye could reach, one vast sheet of
rushing water; our fields and roads were all made ,
into streams and ravines. Our strong surround-
ings have saved our premises. Our Schoolroom,
church and yard are one mass of mu'd and water,
otherwise we have not sutlered. But the town from
our premises and Government House is washed
away. Large and substantial wooden buildings
have been entirely removed and carried into the
sea, an.l others have been pat quite in o'her parts
of the town. 1 have just come home from walking
over the former sites of members' hous,', and visit-
ing others. Our poor people a e in a dieadul con-
dition. Great numbers have lost their houses and
every thing they possessed, and have barely escaped
with their lives. Entire houses with all their in-
mates have altogether disappeared, and ihe search
for the d-ad and missing coutiniePs.
12 noon.-- have again been round the town, tbis
time on horseback, and tried to search up our peo-
ple. The desolation is far more extensive and wide-
spread than I could embrace in my eai ly visit this
morning. About two thirds of the town are in
ruins. The sea has receded by about one eighth of
a mile, where foiiormly was wfirer is now solid hand
over which I have been walking helping tu seek the
dead bodies, and where, people are gathering he
detiris of their houses and furniture, A large sub-
stantial house, just completed. near to our church,
and belonging to a helper, i-4 totally gone, and e'ery
living soul into th.e 'ea, ex.:ept Taylor, who has
just been discovered more dead than alive fastened
between two ruined houses. Two young men, and
two young women, all four of whom sanu for the
last time last evening in our church choir, are gone
out to sea with father, mother, wife, children, broih-
ers and sisters. I am judging now from first im-
pressions, but I thinkk I am right in saying that
about one half of our town cnn:eregali.ou are more
or less houseless, homeless, clotheless and in utter
destitution. A Relief Committee has been called
to meet this afternoon to mi3 ilnmediar,- provision
for thedire distress pt,-vailing, and the various de-
nominations think or putting bheir school premises
at the temporary disposal of ihe hopeless, and pro-
viding food for them. A sad lpospect is that our
splendid water supply is destroyed, the main pipes
from the fountains in the muluotains are destio.el
and the streets in the town so gutted as to com.
pletely break up all the pipe work.
The mountains present a ver-y strange appear-
ance, great and immense caverns and ravines hare
been torn open, and show to us the force and fury
as well as the immense amount of water that has
fallen."
St. Kitts, Monday, Jan, 12, 1880.

VOLCANIC ERUPTION AT DO%1MINICA.

THE TOWN COVERED WI Pl ASHES.
HEAVY LOSS OF PROPERTY,
We learn from a passenger who arrived here yes-
terday, in the Royal Mail Steamer Tiber from Domi-
nica, that on Sunday the 4th instant, at about 9
a.m., a heavy fall of rain commened at liat island
which lasted for several hour-. About twVo hours
after the commencement of the rain, a heavy dark
cloud suddenly spread over the entire entire town, cause
ing almost total darkness, and for about a quarter
of an hour there was a perfect deluge of rain and
ashes. The Roseau river became much swollen,
fieoding a greater portion of the town, carrying
awaycattle and houses. The cause of this disaster
is a volcanic eruption at the Boiling Lak, thelan-ld
in the vicinity of which ha.v been covered with
lava. This lake is situtl.d some thirty mile from
the town of Roseau. Tne river Point M1ulatre has
been filled up and its course iurnied, by which sev-
er.l estat.-s have bWena ll.oded. It is quite a! fortt-
nate circumstance, says our infh-rmant, that there
was such a heavy tall of rain at the time of the oc-
currence, or it is feared the entire town of liose,.u
would hare b:.-e di-str.voed by the. Rather curious
it is, however, thaut there wna nut the slightest os-
cillation of the earth, which would have lead one to,
suppose that an eruption had occurred. The loss
in property is reported to 1i very hetry.--.St.
Thomas Tidende, Jan. 14.


AFGHANISTAN.
LoNnoN, Jan. 19.-A despatch to th.? Times from
Cabul says;-" Dissensions hare arisen among the
Afghan leaders at Ghuzni. Mahmud Jan has gone
to Zurmal, and the priest Mui;:-i-kAlim has ,oae
to Wardak. Musa Khan, the -Illest .on of Y:;-
koob Khan, is now under the sole guidance of Sir-
dar Tabir Khan, the only Sirdar of birth who sup-
ported him. Siniar Wali Mahomed, s-oi of the
former Ameer, Dost .l.mlumu.,l has enir-red up-
on his duties as Governor of Cabul and ihe sur-
rounding district. He is the best choice that Gen.
RP'.''rtts could make, but he is neither sirong oc
ch' ac ter nor inferior. He I,'p.', dou .less, frn,'
the Governorship to ris". lht,:r, to the .Ameersbip.
to which hlie has long been an aspirant., hut the G:v-
ernment's choice is in no way,' tte'?red by Ihe pre-
sent sppoinintment. Ge:. Rob-rt. has hb.en re'visin;
the fortifice.,'ions and ,.rally -'ondinig Ii- jposilion.
Two high hills n the west o; the city are being
crowned by strong Mock hourn,r, which will pa'Iiy
c"!mnmind the n'ighb,.,i ing delil,', Cmmin ttuiic-ti.:;!s
b-'irwre :hilipur and tlhe Bal.i-tiis.m r will be '- -
curedt by the ee ":tion or fortiti-id posts on the Siab-
Sang hills. The river will lie bridgecd between Siah-
Sang and Shirptur. .All the w -,ll- withnim: a thou'<
ani vards of Shirpur are being l.,:>-lled, mind roads
are making in all directions
Tux ABANDONMENT OF JE!LALABAD.-A despatch
from Lahore to the Dor', yews 'ays:-- 'i'Ihe pro-
.i,'t,:d railway to Jellabad !.;. ueen abland.'ne.
l'h, terminus of the r..ilw:'ay .ill be at Junroud.
[The proposed -surrender of Jellalabad and the re-
tirement to Lundi Knt.l'1 ,'e ,o duly oel.josel |ior
the eake of the solii, r-. Pi :ham.eur ha; alw.-..
been an un healthy .ati ion Ia e '.irops: J uimruol
is no better, and Ithe various fort- in ihe Khvbeir,
e'p:'ally .Al Musjid and Luridi Koral, are abso-


lute pest houses. A.t such a -..,:ion as J. Llabad
Ith climate i i -liciou in eorn, ,ri3on ifi', th.Lt ,..
Pr-hbu'ur, and with a strc,- force in that i'y
there would be no necessity to keep a lai. ;arrt a o
in Ihe Khyl7.r Pass., It is piopoedl th.t DekkL.,
Lmidi Ko'.;I and Ali Minjid :,n 'nld be id'hrandoned
as regular stations, and the Pass Lept open by
towers erected on the hillside, mounting each a
couple of guns and occupied hby .,me tweriiy me:..
".,a,, six or 0 even towers would sufflce tl, ctnman.1
thI line of Ihe whole Pass, an.; the little garrison
could be Ir-quently relieved from the reim.mnt at
Jumrood. 'Tbe Molhni.unds. c :uld thus be separaledr
from tie other Afglhaoi' at Cabul.] Tht N. W' co. -
resprindent at Lahore has re -.on to be!iev. ~Dat ,a.
new frontier province will soon be organized.
It will include the portion of the Khyber and Ku-
rum valleys mentioned by the GOindamnk Treaty
with a part of Scinde, with he liv'er Indus for its
eastern boundary.




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