Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00011
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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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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No TIATE SU Z V! AS 21s. por OLE.

Ex Beta from Jamaica,
50 Barrels Yellow Vacuum Pan

Very Chice,

Barrels Cut Loaf, Crushed
Granulated DITTO.
For Sale ly the Undet-igned.
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Hamiioii, Mrceh Pih, I :-O.-2.



A M,


The Subscriber will Sell Cheap,
very chenp, (fr.,r cahi) to close consignment,
20 Barrels Bright Hearvy

li amilton, March 9, I!P 8.
In HAND.-The posacssor of 5in rquable temper i
to be admired. The mau or r.o~an who always
bas himself or herself well in hand, who is cool
under all annoyances and circumstances, wo has
absolute control of the temper, we mare always will-
ins to trust in aLvy .ine'eecy. Bu an person who
flashes like powder ioueh.1d .,y lighi.ted rmeLich,
who loses control of 0hi 1lf or herself upon the
slightest provocation, we ditrust, and have a right
to doso. In the bnlleoi life, he who would achieve
victories must keep na cooI hIea,. And this matter'
is largely under our own control.

The Sun tua Life
Insurance Complanly,
OF M .NT'i, ,rL, CA i .
;-ul.;cribl d Caiial, [i Ma l .'fa ,i illion 1{,.>1 -..-

] E Undersignied has been ap
i:oiited ;i::N I!.f ',L .1 ( .NT' for this
fir-.t cI :s,; C nomp:i.y in iihese Islandls.
Life i and [.E li ,a meii, l olicis graniited ut.
lowest rattcs (oin,,talilhi: '.ih perl'ect sectmity.
N. GO'1 H A N1.
.March 9th, IS..0.--3!

Edwin A. Meyer,
Manufacturer and \Vholesale and
Reiail Dean r in' iFre:cd and An erienu

Co fection e r y.

P'ricipal Deopit 'or
Pure Flavoying xtrrcts,
By the single Hottle or per Gioss.
Ilis well recommended COUH( Di OP.
'lhe-e \\'(. ler, cue i:;llia'ns-. i'rv them in
time and save your life.
Old fash;:lio MIOL'S ES C \N1\ fre.h
every diay, 1 '' 1 el' : \ s Fi ine l,.a Nut CI G '1-:AM
-and 'IlIT U R'' B R, Fl..a-ed and! leh:nd 'l Mos
1Drops, besides lhons::nds rof oithrr like thiun-.
All thle ,above nnyIe ipurc haed at reasonable
rates by the pound or by the ton.
The trade expressly invited.
Fa.t Brondwnvy, Hamilton, J
Febru.try 17, 1880. (



x NI A" YO i l:t:'.Uer,

Will sail as above in all the ensuing-

Rate .,I Frvighit

ltamii ion.
401 cuits

..50, PG.e l.
50 cenU- per Ill.

P1-'~ mikA t-1.1 l~ie~i~ai to
W'. E. TiA L[RBUC.

lbm It i.NIat io~i aI S eI.

'i'r12,IRACING Y..-%C I iT

Secl iA ndi ~lt A i 51)?9e nell i: ".' d Oilt-int r,
Ca1 tI ~oOIG aiittibinpi

*SL. (Ceor~p's, Gill 1aI-.!), I &iS

A Gentle an ad Lad N' x
L deu- n ic~u 'LA ..l .
I NGNS in a Cotlauei in his TokIJl..
Par tivilai's plt'i3 ia 'rso.~i
Hamilton, Dec. 1st, 1W

ITrj1_5 %-leSAbc'tni-beir

A- I:nroc an'] Chr~ice As~tne~

Ile ak ~ r, haon(ira nd Ifro .iirece it 'ailvuls

(I avtta a n! ('IIICH.)
TOB3ACCO~S in o great variety
.eeselca'iscnirnalid Drier P I PI' V, 017 thr'!

(Ctrll at Noi. -16 &. 17 FrV In.d-trev't.,Lti.

11. A. G RA iN'I'[-AA

.LrrchI, 1J. IS.:

luin t Type ,I. Ci))alyler)

'11110 I. O IhJ.ans. B. C')Y
(if, 14 %%here ho ncci N.. at Cli Q I 3''ul

'~ew PlioP a p ph -V,

1.nurnohick l-Erit-e nljairan.-ol fdlIt'? Lnir-
L Wc Jt-- [nt h h-Atj.IRH-&l tohe11 [ho 111,1. 1'.GVLerIyI
hif wl, ith tqit !P(at' roie.cI~iL~J ~rn

I s ro r.a Ii ea p nds e II %V

i .ialld Wt ch niil! ki -14-t,rhit ov tera!0 r 111i
t~iie Iiic~ ~ (nlil-,Ie ft.dsI-I, kcapLI'le AICt iI

W or i ik r 't,it,-I: .Ia-Jtv.-v h ii-Y 1 lelt a' hi-4

Tfhp e n:r of the c-ourt bade the witness to give
hli- namne and so for lb. and holt] un his irand to ba
sworn. He took the oath With SUc-b digynifleu co~rn-
posure anlld eliberaterueos Irthfaev.eryrln',kitt. rhMt
there stood befoin them v calmn, self-reliant, truth-
ful man, whose evidence 'voul- go fartito settle the
minds of thle lurnrs3 in such an2!r5,i l~on~al erve.
Ttrere was a niurniurr as c'taiYune cett i-'l hii-llil to
dr-ink in hii test I mny. -4 Noiw, pit','' Su-id the
judge, 1i he (,ird enough int):iit-11thejury That y .u
kpo"W abciut thlis impol taM tCasp. -4. 1dont kn''w
anything about it," saidl the wil~neF- blandliv.--
l)ora'tkli N w anytnig l~i- bUuit, ? 'Then why (lid
you. have yourself" sumamonedI as a witness P'-6"io
,9S to get a grool seaf, %% het-e I could hear rini set-
1ever-ything-ticielse- wereri'L to be hail for love ot

Fj)AVID )KAU L 'IAN, hns thins 'Iavretire-Ifr-oar
D-tile, 'F 'ri o ui. A. you'(~Nt8O& crn-I
A utctiontict's .arid Geiter-il(Co In In i -slui c iI M,
vheirlti;. I?. .% c31inifl ;.I hlr- i llti

l:ehr uarv Ii

lie cirrthirued b, the Ptde'ig-
11. Ax. YO UJN (j'&,zCo(-.,
6.5 Nflg'an S"re-ect,
'N. 1'. Cit

A t,~ (tO Seftt 1Lw )

Aii~~! Ii. N i:5
Property ol Ljit li R IN P
TPO he suld in o,,,: ul cr str.:iroleily.
Price for the lot, .506
y. ply 1t,, Licur.Vr ) N,. X'iL-ut

9i~iiL~ ~d1 ~lie I, CHI) Mi.

Apply to

t' George's,, Ftb~ 25.,1$0

Persons ls esiroiis chipping

11 0N I yOR K

ONEVft lI1 6
Will h~~isgnnnAto

'S Vt

Streel, iwho ;WIIIrander hum vrilcn1iy Ficiity Or~
Hai~ lMit-~,; im'h 1, 166-

N notice.

TO F.A1Ren R:3 0rF E ?M UD A

i-, Undersi gned will give his
personal alteontiun ars t, ual to all shizp-
ulenls of

FO n W I-"T"Z.%.7 7aOP.
W ill for'.;ar-d (4 o nsi m e nl-ti t, n y .'C nmi--
si _n P' ice ,.irchliai:t in New Yor;, and will
"Jive all iifl',:orniationi nece.-sary for b n,.-fit of
PIrodin-ee puir aeI ,-i d i d n g tlid .nsnil
atl. Mlirket Pii1es.
*I:ai il,,r, F.lhv. 17, 1-400. I(.
A CYTHIAN" S.ALT.-Mr. G. A. Sala, wvho is
inaking a tour throu h thI h. Unit 'l States, shortly
aft.r sailing from the shlre. of i riin, defEr..'ntially
asked an aneinlt mariner who wvas swabbing ihe
Cunauil stamerc Scytlht'i' q, arter-deck what he
thought of the then weather ui.tloook. The reply of
the ancient mariner wn nnraculnw in its amaligaj.ty,
but still it was much to the point.-" Thenm as likes
a go, d dinner," quoth he, "had better get. it to-
d ry."


{IR, lK.AT p ~ruirei Iha bon iil-it riiirll I 10.
year, ii -;iia-!liprrt of Pre-',i.'rinii.-, PFiuits, V'
g~ahi'., [i-h anr] ill t ii iqn, an~d in) cousi-
'lwnlce theiccnsir n lit.ion 1h9.3Iarg~ly iincr~a-acl
As~' etr, hi) o.tve~ I, C m IIl d caond s iro iinot go en all.,:
t lion.glit to be -1 lint ," rind s..ome lrnnd._.11,0 110t,

1,1 hk vdI al lv it s iu, Ii o e vc. r, ,;,II er1i11t'r nui v; I !.;T- Son Id
:it tlie source-3 of -:-.ipl_,13 t- i evtIre ftrc intlthe
Lc.;t [)o.ilaIc .. l'uifticill iby n pnietviriliPre-.
Ve,'~S; atil-, dar reI!' :Iiili-dt-nc1l)i

iinanYv so-eahte-.l "tre-~Ii'' ariuees wi'hlh;ire tx-I
tini It (it3' mn~irlet-~. .All e~r-ung our
[lire mid ,. Ilx ;Iesorie arid dv~t~ei-- ;.iiv armhoi ized
f') 11.1`1111.1ilti-' iiurelit=i price inl airy ca-e where-
eonmin-ineri have eull-e ford'issht1is"'afctionr. JItk,
ht-iefore, to tire irrt'-rt-L"t ( '01.11 (ilcaliS Rand
Consl~ieri]1,11 tO eti!i'itu I.E,, a's Br A N i).
11 h .&S4. iF. B. IU&t. LCo.,
N1arniftituirers o'aifad ) Fs ll'Virr
\\'e-t lBroadaI.v, itea~l,~de ind I son

o ri a I e.

IDON KEY, liarm
ness iand DrPtay, and

IIArny 4s )CU Ptc' fa I L: E
a r non sa s', ~i ,ei%---. ct -eA: '.3 IS O


11 ITN IPIJ. SIGN ED )havilngl

I t~nirc- It

TO Farmner's and u l (Iers. LJ3*.MjfiU4=t.1;
al-iet lc iaIn,; tun 1 l-,!01 ~ n-d'.tul'y -oriit-rs a

-hipb' -o.'n';'6p) lort rrI I ,F'onsiffmnlrl'it-..'111UI E1 ~HIE

~ Q4 Marrjnagi implies sorbetbhing mEore than two ipe--
Isonks living ro.eier er under one rojof. It me-xr n u -
S3PCIRLI t1l Ico'icessin'nr.n;EIuuan tirurIrii elp: it. means
New Yr lh, supi. me lova~tvit;'b'~nte camrbmreal intorests of father,
WA'ho will I cfc-ire t~e hrLiet \::-ka-tt e.m1.tI~ M' Mi 6iltdren it means rev.':rezic-e Iot- the
~cct~I SinLc'- nr llvith-ir t, -,uir i- hap:n.Sunt ypit;tar thetals of dhiose
N~ho._e happinesLs i, (depiendent onr love.

4'2 U rut St'r-et. 11o f p,' ~ ~

ti 71 wa b 77It g

.., iLhr h3,qttIi [I Ta-blo,'1 70 Splon and Film"10,

Con7, -_n~2ameztt .1 A 'Prodllvae -j'irltedI I i-- 'j 'I

F'eh~.16, 1~:ti _____ PUN -~ 1)i FLI, L F iF.. IL.,NL

Jr Evey descl-iptinoout Of(L')1 itadc i-eady f-or
_'1"HE Undersigned having latelyI kC
J. iH. Wi' \NS t:Ais. thi5 oppuijitlt-i!V 'I,, r1A
arrived fi-om Ai nrri.i .111; and ing a~ll l. t
iou~l kroili-l o ili- .PA IN W'IN ;DV i'i n rrt'iIii'i' i,~i aial
I N CS~- ii ar is i~inhti~, ili I~ thnkf l ai'. wit\11111.''~ (";s in In' Ihv .' i lk -a ii
Ifor a l'irnit, d .nha me ofrithe Politic : niti$-ibug-. Ifuturen) :tii rn'r-iritheir c-1i.i!t'e] ti''u--
Itavi~.!, liken die :SIiito in Pibwii:mtiertt 'ree, hI Qcr 'IrttL anil.n

S-ENTtM ENT.U.-])U-i-RZ ll, M1; -;4-1 I' a---~l
iiridlr..iite. Fri-achmal fu)rndW i' ie''kei MOtal
1-111 IAM lS. [L. T'C.I I A 1'k LIin''-jztavd' Vr.istn-'inSrzrd"
llandllvii, Deern. 2:31, 1 R n.a6Lc'1tlue inc-enuous Iul;'.'- W \hat iP th'reineI
--- -- -- --~ Si~vozerlanai1 'echoed het- uI: nLP 1141 ily there
THE A 551-CIATIiN 12F I nFAS.--Majfr'remly wat, once -is the moct wonleItkui Scener v in the ivai-ld-lofty
vic it~s~ i~.I i,-,,, -B'I ~ araitilisCOult 1 tLi muwan aaponks Iip1p,-d witimi rus;-snoix', verdant.
remnemher LHs owOtn name.-"You will remember it. values, zieeping ak~es, -.1d C iA. h-i you~r
PPr ai'1 tue Iraf-/,0ai~~l n, carel'l Itv pcyu'--a~i sle-tpi jgIah-- c r ie istte, alc ire mumc bert?
lii'hi .v the CIr-l oidil~mls. 'fbinis (of Iwhure thtre ame Shnoplli's0buy thin.;" at."
NU ~b-fri-S, 1' rij ,, ra 'A ~Of NrnI.vr1n'r." T!,e-N -rrit'jriusi 11' di USf-:, -i'I '161. Ii F(j~IiiA, I Jdid ,Wi nary
f lid think 61 it all (14, mand at Ir ih. t Lpl otiuct, I theogirl, hecau e seturlned out 'I deceiver'.-
r)i iUgth -sctitnt a.' tfolwn ij .-' ~aii a 1) y r.Iai r, 1:n tm 'd 01v-r s'
f,-re do you tnolo.' t0 at i le'sIanrid?'-Cl1au'Jus :1 ___-__________
VV~'1o0 atsks(tno i~i-i '-Nttmitoiius 1, bet-r-
L) U Cle I )I It.- ['0 0trn .-~?

4~~~ Lt t i-------.'i
1 0 ,7 TratLo 1Nf In Pac

I~~~~ 0~iulon IiLi IIIJ)VI. W C 0 :S)o
I1IAJ L F k .

IIA ontLtI e in i. ;-

S ~ ~tnirber- .:.' 9.-, 2

I i)J0 XT"
orrt,-talim, '1'w'iive AX-ues, nim .)-v -;('Ic.;.:, e..e i-
as 'ih... ... i l' 1110 -o.o'

A J, 1-10SMON,

H 'wil 96. .i Dec, ~.

-~~~--S 9) i n5 a Cottage in il. -3iiTo
'~ -L-~1he -- Wy.diG ci

OTI C I i. V Irie v ei'n tha~t a fresh Stipply
of the Choiceit. TO 11P %UC'O SEED[has
been rt-c .i ye iir. n IIHe~r Ii r-st v's C orsuill Gene-
ral a llt I Ia'h.i-ir:ld,'k., is eadyfor distrihuuioii
to 9ll11 r deu-. eirr,li;of t'viwr to ultimate
Tub wc'. -Til rc,'iwe2m is a vecry fa.vourabli"
(1111C for II,, -eed.
Pack e~ s Se*'liaci. -cedi uli ci en t to
,In itcueie a' u- j' i wj- lb, di~tril'utecI gratis on
: Cppition ~ito arv)I Iia tCd tlIoiingr G elitlenen':
it' I .' IA ) ?V : -s...levonshire,
1). NI-Pli !C : t.: I Ilanilitol),.
%V\l14tlpnrJ 'l i iN -~f ).'IF, ~arv'
C... H. SW PHl I l;n is. 13 ir t r i l en eiVOr


C I I.-I i) 11-u vltrd 'Al!Z cL.uLISue

.i rnL ta, '-, -d '% -) I

I:Lt Or i! f( ueat
10 Ttu chM3-110 ;z1-.( t 01!1.1,"''S~led i& ren-

off 'rs fo,'SaS'le


1"t.i 1 II Srefr, xyIi'V. it G~te"office.

l fee!!-A, Jee,-

The Sucbscribers vare 110u, prepared
to Fucrn~ish

I-~~~~ -y~ i 'r' n~Ua' S tru ~t o any iper
s,)nwi~ iny d-Ie supply,
70 ts"Oill; A I I, ijl-oirand Vicinity it
Wilk 1',Q eiitby CZ1 L daily -frow-about-,.O
o eloc.. ti~ ~j oii~ic ii In 1t, April
Hie prico ;. o cne. pnnyr per iu uni. 1"A. 12 Iba
A pe-nny lirlf-ponnv tin.Jei1!2
Sonaz~uda Aritificial lee Comnpany
I lamiltk1n, VInl'u.121,11h, 18,71..

(IeMq F A N. S.,frd
Mnuf' iat u r~e,, fLTiIJIealerii

I lad Vi N: ~,F i N IS, C hurc Ih 'i 111,iE'TS

An)~ 'lci-.Li cut to r.der. No charge for ordi-
Periotis forwivadhirt orders, or wvishinaig any
in o r Licii ie pl~,'to
ff/. T J4!iJES,
Agent for Bermuda,
41"! ront, 8t.


H E ao VeW TC il] E for both
eis anid 1mu10a. '; 1 1", C~lltaintunty
On ha rid hy -thre hrierw A de A iove-
lactr's st 'n I V-.i 0 o order
N Inait)a -:e Il'js 'v' -t ~a.a*,~.'

~eiieni~e;the .~ ar 't-rc a ri- .L!. .' tC.I'

Deer 16, 1878. U.00.O

L,. ,' v

'R EL 1.4 B L El F) 0 0 0 DS


-'t (h.-ccSek~ctijn of
U~' t~~? Cl~cks. Jewvelr
an Jd -Silver Plated Wfare,
An ii lers'' us in tend tagto jiuinc Ir tet'ii' find 1.)y
C7t1l1mg a'.h s toP)arniple 1-4)1.1111to say.'' I
havo.'! Il;rim.tfwt rd :i Uhoie~p .twelr'v Store."
Pa I r;- Ws in L .)'h I i re ni'll 5-ttled their
A CC-arits1t t Irol. pr t I.ti n v'a rs. need -not nsk
for- Giods on Ci' iit hu ctcrrJ u -hithe same


.fli FOarflC, ac: ~- ~ ~ -~,j~-~- ~ -~ --- ~- -y. ~ -j. .. ~ .. -- -se- -- ZeiLt-r zatr.r ~ ~flp~-:~yWr

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H milon. March 16, SS .

( T,'.-)M I ; 1-- H A M 1i LTO rIN.
March 1.5-Maii Steamer ijorntuina., ilson, New York ;
as;sort,, c;io .O.- A $s "i-r:. Trit.t ,.: C'-x.
iBrgt.. Ml:ig, Wa -on, New Yurk ; i,>.orted c:r.go (o
John F. u .tows.

March 15- Sehr. \, I'll "ni h T \_Il..r, ,, :l eer .r .'r .
Island; bli. po.tailo 2 j !. tn ,uk. ai,. 2 tl:,s bi ut-
March 9-1Bri3 t. L .in J.h., toi.r., Charl-?s,.n. ,
bound to ILiliA x ; in di -tie- ; "*-.4:1 1 1,. Upe.-
pho,-phate. 16 ba's-i kaen-t. 1r ntnui ati otn-ii.-
An:ent, \W. C. l-ivland S- Co.
r.\ A --i. rC -.r r. Ivr-. .
In the Mail "'t I"-a r _r hi,,il,./ ve-t.-r,';iy. from N Wr-w
York-Colont l Elli .,,. rsa. Ih,.'A4 and iha i M:-ae
i'h...... AMr. amnl a ):n H. P 'hir Oi'.. ild'ii aiid nurse,
." r. and .1i. L. H. Fo.rbes ani clhill, r-ir. and Ml:
Ferriing;ion, r. an i .r-rs. Curt -. 'tir. aiinl Mrs F.1 V.
SCL'k cker, Mr. andl MI. V. ..sett. Mr G n-
ner. Mrl. J. XW. '. \Vatson, '.r. S nr,.. Mn .. Van
Sharek, Miss Wood, 5';i lurst, the M is-.A 'u-ii,
Mr. G. A. l'edlv n dauithleri. Mr. V. butler
and the b butler. r. C. L). :p,tnian auil dMis
N:-wNmani, ..l-ri. Jane'- Rthle, WVm. N-,. F. D. ,.
Nash, .Jnmn-s Gale. .. S. Ir..v.h:an. .'., i M Stew.irt,
A. J. Tail, I-'. rA vN G. G V. l .ivj'i, .-..ri.!.,n. I ./
('a -,i,-- (.~ C te:e! b i- a;i: i d one in tin :- a t-r.-,';.
Pr. The B..r q 1."7-n, B',-.... C'at iin Wili, fiora
New York; with a Iull li-a..i iS t. t s. ti'.i .d H i.
Geior'g'- on Si r In-y lIt '-he iha- i -- ali- it li'
B,-rn uii-Ia ornl 12 J.s- -.
Slihe E. 1 L'. wIl -a-It.-, aci'i In f'.',: N! .. Y irk 11M1 o -
day next,
The 2' A Pitt, Young, at Demnerra, izo Hali-
fax, Ja:uuary ."."
The B i L ..ti, C"'ptint .,i r- i:,-l: .. fr,'.: CI,..i 1--.-
ton, bound to Halifax, with a eargo a1 superphl.,sph. te,
in !iurrel. arriv-'i at theo p, rt of : t. <. ._ s ton i i 'th
inst I akin-a badl.'. E:xperieneed very iav we nat her
duringg thp vi',- e, whi.ieh int-r'?.s-d tlhe leal: :wt rai,iivly
that r' ihtl 6h in -t i as ci..p J- d to !.ear n\'.a, for
B '-i i, 'a. -ia il,'- '-!h in.i .. *;i-. Ismarir d ibv i, li.a'vy
sea, which smashed the b:iat in ieees. Is alisehliiriag
c.wr -c' re';,azrs.-A enil -'. (. lyl.ind, & C'o.
The G6i,. left Lo..ndo!i fore errudat, 19tlh Felia-try.
On MoInd:iy i; iho lth the Tu.:- B'oat
BRitlanjia, Captain Lckea-iith, pro-l'celhedu to tsea in
sealih :o a Derciwt Ve-,sei, iAlen wvh Kerowe''- Oil,
which had :-en na fallen in w;th Oin several ocC.'aiothus by
Yet- is. bLuUil to tie Stateo. The rp,-iti-ial of 1tA' ti d -
reiliAt w s abi !i li La-t lin tLermiuda, di-tant.
about 9', n;il-3s. 'iIhe L. ,.-.-l/ reltunri.ed on tie follow-
ing lmor ning xii.. vii'!out h-tvi g -P .",iytliun of thl?
'" w'ait. '
The o eamei 17- .. j. r .k,,. ,,1 t" th: C ul' Port
S e.rnier-., i ,x-s'ec:t-i'd to :all hero i., i a week from
th.Wu -st Inti:ic.e, )n heii w;a) lo New' Y,.rt:
H. iS. S. D'n,,,tri,. ft'i;r Jamaica, arrived on Sunday
The Admiral wai to leave ,.an,.ica for Berniuda, via
'i:vannaii, y lcSteli d 'y.

An Iuqui;st w,.- hlld iu t. G.eourge'r; Palisih, on
the lIth iu.--ant, before Deni- Tu-iler, Eqin., Cor-
one-r. on vi,:w i..f the body of C'har!s Tihoiipson
aiis Charis Smith, ai closed child, s.:evcn years of
age, who di&,-. 1 firtii i.he efferct- of burns *-.v'iilh lbe
received oui the -':L it.ant, iby !ite a.Cidental igni-
tian of keroaw;, oil, whi-:h he p<.sureld ,on the hearth
during the "been e f his. mother.

Pl,.::b l' ':.-n edu;-.:day, the other lilb, v.-lieh
has flowered u-ually a iew day : in a'h vai, of the
one noted in -'.m li.-t i.-s-.e, will flower. Last wiek
it gave no iudcatiiu uof flowerin' this season. The
flower, however, will be /aif, twan half the ,fainlI <,':e,
while the arrowv' sap:,ed lc-ave-. are ;about there ordin-
ary dienii.ion,. The .-paixi is raa!:iug itz. appear-
ance, as it has done before, tlhrs ugh the top, the
other One has :.'lwayvs -.[:ud in the -i.- e.

For fthe op'al iGazclte.
Ediu, :i-..,u it itr' *,,ide:-.t se-nq.S, invoive-s culture and
doe!-oplrient, of tie vari,' us parts. of our nat iue
biio physi':al and ni:,-tal.; this also includeS the
8;' rt" D'it i7't re lir' ,hei that se'c t,, 1.' e greatly ne -
le a iii thI little, is-, '
Educa.tionm cannot i,? liniit,.d been.use .fe's work
may extend beyond this- world. Hclst ot t;s have
e.-i nl:.t 're1 a Cl ,'il v iil:-V opmi n 'iut l i.qui.ea the
c 'tr;.iiit i: n' 1 rn uludin '' iuflutn.e.-c of a tultiv r.-
el moral nature- f ro'a t!'is we' comnlude tha: the
healthiesii t de'velopa:exir et. any one power -involh -i
tht h-li- lthy As habits, are thI rIcn ult- .-, I d- we -.l',I _.1- u e,.t-
o' r tu il t eo u trib u t.: t, 1 :'_ .. *,i a : ', -.. ',,iri i.u-n .p i ,:i. : -te<:-.
S.-hool E ,u'.irati' u (i'"" y .: -L i.. i .:- i ne _-'ran.i riii..i
has fr its :,:.-,' j-. i-i;i ,i e. t th1 I .- 'iai ti ,n :.- t!e
i telileet. T',is , i nu,-', -wo k.:i !.t ,.:.-

jlrjsii--. i. i t n -i d c i i l .,
iu ,i .l i :?rt .," tnt.;u' L .--i'_ill .. ir.p :. thi.
l,-: t diu,.i'.-'t, .' i!-.: i -. nt ih e on i ,s _:1 _-,..:
the larl '3 t pr.i iiiu of t ti lext l-..:'1-.
WC e sihoui,.1 ;,'_ ti awv:'Lau tlio.tii ht, to .i:" the-

m lnd so that i ill c:'' ,,i id:.a by .. p i..
o.j and roa -suing'; thelni :a Ihild. t!k vdai..'a 'i,,n will 'ut
e*: d iU ii lh i I .s-ic .ul ii!... Te:ch..-:, s. u.L-1- rem.i n-
1..-r tl-it ,- Yoti.e is. ie ,-gra d law ..-; lo ,.. :ileut.
they cannot educate by acting upon thie childi. T' c-
- liid i..' devA O-p.-i into w;hat I b- i .capa bi.: b -
,.:;i iu z .i- by :- c.--c-Cise o&f li. rw n r.-:..,:r > ;
and ;'.-:-. p,:'t,-- <' m. nt -.-ue icto i t '.5l: ,.t;ti ity
eliu.iltin ct 'i.. i e' 'tii. t a' i Lw l..-A i i,
t h el n. r;; 7a.r 1 1_ -A i / s( T" e 'i"? -I
o nl-t A could c- af. rm to t i.-. ,ld. aer : .I. ;.. -
bour to t in : s le i;. d.--, ly. Ti'.'h- mu r.
We can 'iet a cl t to do ii ...!di the ui:e Li.,

th e i' 'u '' : t ,. Io l : i .l ;.. .. f ,'.''.

ty' si-w I J- ** &-14s I (P I ,P qi. -

i t u -'-' f .' [ 'I "..* ij Lu '.

itre the nine" "' Echo an-_wers, where" "' The,
aio uot fill our every SumId'y ; we do n,)i;
he':- ti'hem Iakes part in tlh. pi ayer;s anld hyi-imu adl
tl.,e c.l'iu.-s Amen.-e; ve do nat sec them in thli
S.m-i ,y scl- e i'.n-. trit tl:e .. in-._', nor in tlie
h..ines of tle poor, irplmlrting that coi.-olation and
iomfo,>.ift they have :s-:. freely reeiv..d : lbut To,1 tind' theh ,- '.1 :-- to the- wo:-ld .and th. i. La'--.-s
tui .: :

V'e aiinOunc.1-e to-d'iv tL.,- death; oaf ,i.-. i4.,iWhauiel
E. D.:.":-'il, a' B"r-. ';i' 1s-'v. York, rt tiU e iip2 f:o.eo
I. 'h at eil, w- \ ha : i i or' y h n.)
I' W 1- -" -, i tinn'- i t' Bern uda,

wI ..- "- par l 'r ij 1 i- i '. -f ;. irol I ..l -. i '.y at
K; A;:- i a U i- ni li-t i i .'l t t e u:-. "o
i.m ua a -.kiu t I1-i:. : 1 t-:- i, L e for
ii tirte in N'-. iliav. u, w .;.L L-.- rI :-'.Vt- O New',
irk, wi- etie lhi.-s !i inle.-. expei'ls .': pro've,.t of ad.
a'.intm ie? It. ii:3 u cLs, w7ho LI ivi e.'. oisoe the fi 'i oft
Dairl.. 5: 'I .... -' ?.a:.l trct- '" w Amrk. Mr.
.o..S.. r -. etlo ,. i.. 'i lf brother to
the de.-ased. I' l.n'i-i 11-s An is? is.:iail the
Lains-.- -i ..i. C. I W S ii.WAi L ..o l' LV .,
predeceas:Ld Liun, whio un.:..-le a r'epLutrtion -or them-
,:lie.s in *i ii1ic i:r: ij-.'

Et.AMEN30 .
rihe aunomeus -ment in thie? no ,i.- of (.omnm:Li-, i-
t.he th iun?:,. 1, .,.it. P '.li an IL, i wv uhld 1.e di ..'-l,-.
oa ;Ithe 2;,'6 -.-, ., w;s:, it i.. aid, a comp1 tie
Stiurp i e.' f :- i- w its a re t..o h ir' :.1A t oln t.'. 23t s a i .ll i,.h- ili-' '"s v i .e- : C i-.L -. ',, i;-

.- -. -... :-;. .: i ?.,..- _, ... :, .. _
'- : ; i' ; "' ''' t :l i i :-k .
r '" ;'-, .'i" .' .:' ,'. h '--- -- : ,; V "t {
it -'? i.i,' lo ^ i.^ ;.. t,' ,., i..' \ .01 i -p,.i;. -. .. -i -,U' ',
it ;.ill 5'i' -:,e ton "'-'t -,i.h',- tl rills. i! ,, .-. n.(ee ..-i' ;i

t.' thec-a'--e."

T ; i.2 -: i *' -:; ( .' ., :i *' E :". ', .'

.... F1 .,-l ,: th. 1 .nri.-, l 'ini I .:il-.i .':,, !h lit,-
*-r .: _icii i;'1 w 3.. o e. lu ':-1-1, th,:. lE-, c 1m r':ie-
iI;-, t .: tw- o' i .tlie 1- ver-. ; 1' th.:- ,xxx PR-alm :
"Let I.n-ael !f.p-m in the Lr;ird; for wit1,h the Lor-
tiiee i-'. r- vr-, and with lik' i- ple-n,-:oi s
"Awl hie .-'i ill redeem Israel fi'om all his ini.-
qu iitis:s."
Th.- elimn-.:" of the P-ilm )n 1.:-n. rei'..c'd, ai-n.1
.we .-tf:iid o l t,,.,1!:1..1 :..p ,:f a hlop 'l-f i l.dder wii
a .h,.e pl pi, ee o 'p, | :',-, ui:, ,ll the m";ore .-.,- fr,:,i..;
thi, dark Mlr.1'.-7 out ri i '. ; !,..:. ,E li-,:n. 1h.:
ti:'a -ilion from tie *p'-.l to cne:d i.s o b
rninr(:ed-'- ONt of t i,- deep have .i-i." .' it
i-v no st ,ratl7 n'. ie in lhe Loid."' And so it ii thk t
we 'upp!li,..a t e ae' i f .1 a eieral tway:is m- ne of -I
ft-tl mi ultrite .:.- in' whll-h we mr ere our-r-.s -ln.-
" O'rl Ftle" w hici.i- 1 . Giv. e us this dayL
O r d1ily bread" Foli,'Tint i tt i- s piitt
we- Laav,- oour own i-exiei.c t Lit.-r'y, tuly a Lok-
ok C-',,'o'n Prnyfer.
By no -imetaI of nt- nu-ract thr.- -r-',tine.:.- of G.:d, for
Hie i-. indeed a (Geat IGo, fasr beyond the measiui-.
whi eh a :.a pid ious iu-manity i apit to take. F!eu-n
teo-' ls recdemption" h is a remn-rka-ble oxpr-s.ioun in
days an teeeient to GolspI illi-ht, se-ttiur forth their
suFiicieuny of ite atonement, whicf h let no rMan vcn-
ture to uari.:rw, in tlihe faie of clear scriptural an-i
notiu(ee nalet.-Of ita Iniv,-r.':al _etie.-y. The- infinit-,
vwhi.-.h r line or-ould do it, hs atoned for tae ffiit-.
Thbe hills o if in, though lofty, have Leen Ceast into
the tea and dr,-wned by the overflowing oerau oof
Goi' hl',ove. Hi.C'luri'n,, His Ilsr:i. though pluU-. -
ed in iniq:uities, .-lita!l be releenmdt from th-um aui.
Find comfoIt in assitrance. If you have niondted
tl.e l. idd r, loi.,k nl;.l. d with trtru.4, an:id, as tht.-e
like you aloe ; can, youe fellows coieing .ip
itr. sytu on thia sae road. It is nso fault of tLe?
Divit) lie lhe ume if it dli,:. not en thra'br:c you within its
a t:-ra, f,:r ti' ou-'- s h i, n-surdl-y vilc l, man e .y

Ou Sunday tm,,roLini Eli.-t His Lon r-bip the Bi-s.L',-
pleale'.-d at the Militaiy C(lap.l, Proipe-t. frolnl tLhe
it'.i cia. eter of G nesi-. Ith i v<.re t. u"Ands the L-.1r
i.'it uut Cain. w-.ere /;.' Abel thy Br,,ther a'Ud he
:,aid, I kn,'-w u:t Am I my brother'? keep,:- : "
Cain and Abel-the ,onlv 2 brothers in the world;
one be.iuam y the nrderer of tile other. Proof to
what a state man had fallen tilroug'h the fall of oIIr
First Paient..
Th,- Bishiop did no deal with tie -subjec.t in its-
inaterial s nseIt, s h r:.-Ai-unheed tohf,[a were union>
am-ong.t li:. Lwair.e to wom it could apply : sol,
dealt w-ith it in it.- spirit autl f.infse in the hope of
i:iugp ble tod duce l.Isor.s from its tea,:nhi'g wh::.ab,
S .ith ra'l heiip, wo lid le protita ie to uls all.
"Anrm I ay is.edotper'in kcio-peru"
I:",: d.:-.,l with the ,;ue.-tion ui.iad-r 3 ha,.-'.
1I t.-T- he ope- .siuu-:r wh.- d,1.!ib--.rately ti is to 1,-.=ad
others astraty: did noL dwell on this as he tlrli.,t-
Od no oe pitesent would thus wvillingly lend hirm-
a.elf to act a. h, tool of tL: Evil onae.
2nl.-Tihe siinier, who doe., a not try capeuly to letid
others astray, but, when ie fius his exariple ii
followed, -ays Is it my fault if others Wvi1 wopy
aie i APll I my bother's keelpi:r? f"
This ecla he. p s.ed ov-r also. a.e thl e f.-on to be
deduced from it iare sufficiently obvious.
3rd.-The man who:e life Melnus most regular and
proper ; wlom people can't find fault with. The
Bishop pointed out the many ways in which a,
man can be seemingly good aud virtuous i, while
lie is really living an irreligious life; whlo nets,
not from any fixed principle of good, but from
theimotive that." honesty is the beht policy." iSuchl
a man prnr.-ti.eally tries to prove that religion is
not tnucel.;ary, aud tbat a ima can live without
COD in thi-e world.
The fact is we cannot live alone in the world : we
are all influemcing- our neighbours either for zood or
for evil. The bad example, the life mof indiffereuce
may not produiLe auy vnie result in others at the
time, but t!',: evil seed will briaig forth fruit in after
life, with its attendant responsibilities. Whether
we will it or not. a fearful respon.-l.iblity does rest
r.u us3a!! in regard toourneighbours,aud it. behoves
us all to think what answer we shall give to the
question v.'heie i.e th' B- 'there "
On Sunday eveuin'a,. the lith, the.Bishop prearacl-
ed r.t St. 'lark's (L.'miuch, Smiths, ttikinhg finr his
text S't. Luke 17th chap., 17th vers--" -,Were thei-
not ten e-leaused '- but wthre are tle uine ?i"
Fio.m whifvLi-h His Lord.-thip gave a very eloquntut
and irpres.iv-e- serm au.1 in a style not often
heard in othei chrileh-'; sthoewing homw mugch bet-
ter it was to give glory and pr.aihe to GoD for all
thing- bestowed uipon malkind (which thina s are
not. to be numbered') than merely to offer prayer,
whi,:h must necessarily be more s?lfish and more iu
the light of a petition for more mercies, than

hSeeondly- ae wiu thiel ie'' Aatitede oaf all man-
kind, from Adam, Noa'i, Abraham, Isaa,,,,
Sth.- Ira.lies at tlhe f:,ot of the Mount, Saul. David,
,olomnou. Hezekiahl and the Apostl,:s, and maokindt
in gen-ral i:,.wn to tlhe pre:-..eicday, fo. cib.y e -.
plai",ing, from the ,uotati,.,ns above, how every one
iu the time of trouble, sickness and sorrow, diair
near to their Heavenly :Father, and make good re-
,:;ol'uiou, for the future, which ame often broken
wbeu returning health or mkes a return
to the od:rld and its ways, aud how liable
maiukir.i.l is to ,ive way to the remptei at suche
time -.
'"Where a'e the nine "'" Ale people any better
now than wheu those word-- were first uttert ld by
our Sa':vioni : Do the niin'e now show more ,rati-
tu.:.- forheufuisreceived than formerly "Where

value cannot be ei-.imr:,ed uniti the iailivay icsple-
:rsi's are heard on W!t sul:j'ct.
LONooN MNreb 1.-A.t he .oquniy into the Tay
SB ildge' dis, on aturlui :17 Feve -,! r .! Auldt'erS :cv-
il.::,*,a d by Ins co'r ract'i rs ,f itn-- .irlds. tei tSi:ed.
tha' the qua!lyi o,' iron us-'- lfor the casiings was
very interior; i bh:t (bd e ,-:eoliNuas ere fretnqe;i'ty
le' tire, .of untn. qua ibickonets, cracked anti o:f t-
i.d a.nd b.; ithe crac-a a Ond Lu.,m-' nerc filled with
k".,e r o,,.r, a i l inic '
7t-e 'n r .tnr ,t t9 se ,n ( .'s -fs';r-/-.. Lszrqe AlUilbier
r_ .:- S -'r' t i- / N(,s pis' u- ;: .
L,'-i:r.T N, .,- rch i. --' Cu ai; dia itcacrubSip Co-ni-
p iny (Liminh-d2) (fi',r- a'.r i'-ub!ii sul,- b ijiitio n 6I;,-
t07 shares c.i is .- uc;k a .iot UI 1'0,0 ilf shares, of 20
..' The i p -1peelu,i- iated thal!?i! the existing, com-
patny wa.s Li mePd in 1878, and the Iu:-Is capital 6of
;2S00,01,()0 was tLhn taken, and is slill held by the
manarting o;vne:s, '.l-sss, Cuiaard, Bulnri oand Liic-
I r.r.
Thi.-. holding would .oe roet -tined now but for the
L-tocl.: Er-I. r age- rule i -. u uij e- hat two-th its
of S e .'i t : i o ,'I ," i!O t ; 0**' U!. b ,i .,,-h.-
;-, j.-u blii. F 1. .. '" ;i ,- t"'n b re i.iIeta.
'ib r, a;-s;, "-'i,ij i, 7 6-_--:, i. o ..iu., w hicI,
iu t Loa p. ii id iun l:, t",.- i ,'.( LotLet' :'Q :.aCes, nwi
ahicb a playmeit.i r -.' -l por- shie will be cail-cd
immeda ately a:e o- of p -.i iroriding tnewe' ti.eimeta 'i be new Bow;.
of. Dire to :.- t-cia 1, Is,.-Ae I"' le precut part ners,
?ir. 1'i :0-a.i i"ri:o M.. P. ; Mr .rn, & nthe ni; a
of -ar c-lay, L. an & C ., ;i Lorndoin, andc.i ;, !
Ii' i., t I,,; l?., i' i ". ;. ,,.! i ,? i ,. < .,-i --' .-.

i ."1 .. .- ,.,. ." ,- . i .- .t ,
i ...i f I : a

"l.;.:.: .. 'L i,'. :.'..,,,:,i i>J [ ,;l'- .[l! !,(i( 'S -,,;.. 'll a tl -f-lj' tl

(. s:-;,-: 'lb: U. S. Governrmr.:nat hi;s push;:d f.r.
vi'.d t'roop to prevent, io i.ilc.

P: -O'-;L .
On T'ueldniy l int r.- -.,''is..? to a ral Acr.-!; II
inviit'tion ext-nd'.i Iy h- Otli. - .:inelnt, a! l:;-' ae'i f:Si--!io Iualble ,it.eli riui co,.'A-
gr. -ga',.d shortly after ; pm. in the Offic:-i.:' .e-
E. n, Pro-spe., to in 'pect n eollec-tin of Zululatlnd
e'I.t l.-iti.. ? whiich were t .s.:-fully ar1tIr'.uge a-d t.:',
c' h.':- : s: n tii neuti. The EaiLd ,of t-.he R in...,
1t111 ., r. J. C. C. PUrtt_-,n, piirf:oilmei, on tihe lawn ina
f,:.';, vhlith Ir .mi-ll Lel.,i ,-, after nti-itiug thm -.
s'lVes- with th.- Sutli A., i .un Mitu.tuui, all toenj.:Cyr
thi,- ,:ls y atit, :.d a few to idul..i- in the .-port of
la- i tennis. It. was *qPuit.e :- ,.: p:lq :ig-i for the ofii-
cer.. t.:- enter ,,i, their vi-it.:uS h2-ini.g$ :is novel t,-'
them as ws-e-e tho.tir Zulu enemies; and who IdoeS
nc-t ku-ow the coiiurage itht is -, ,tirita to fIa lc n '
array of 1le-nuty and fashion, or d to :t. aIl appea.i
e C i'.fo.-tably at eas. e ami1 i a voll--v ,of it rodtucti,'-n .
na:i-e.s and ia.ces fitfully vuvishiiig a.i rapidly '"s
they Mae lhrought on the .-tage. Th]e piu!.-
li.' the Americ:in andt Cnaidiau -i- itr.', are under
ol.-li'atious to the officers of the t9ith for the treaty
afforded the.-m nou Tur-say, g-i.iung a glimpse at all
events of Zulu life andl manners, in which Englund
hna- been interested nut, a little, i 3 the ChanAcellor o'
the Exe.-.hequer will t1ll ,iLe Engli-h rputbli,: wh eu
cap-ting up Lis annual accounts.
The exhibits were I-ut a small part- of the spoil~
gathered, the luill: lhavingr bleeu s,-L-t hirmeo direct,
as opportunity offt-re-l. These were o-portuintly
stock on hand, and the idea was a most happy one
to sort them lout to satisfy Acuious and inqui.sitive
spiritsI. Be-ide1 s they w,-re fresh historical acquisi-
tions. People,: in En',hland and Ameri,-I look upou
the Zulus nra' ih in tihe sawm-. light as the Romans
did the ancient Plitous in tihe days -..f AuAgustus.
Perhaps, if anything, tlhe Zulu is molite favourallyr
regarded by us tlan were the Britons by the RPo-
mlans. Our visitors will have mni-h to say of Zulu
triophieas as one of the sen..sati.ons of the Berirmnla
Season, which they will fre-irnently pleasantly re-
all. IlTh feast of cenriositith-, where table daintiess
usually reign suprenie, fora.ned a happy excepti-n U
to the ordinary routine. But m.upIs. and goblets
could not be altogetlicr expelled the r-soom, and so
the tirt r te wearied had lie r-freisliu
draught close at hand. To enumerate would 1... to
Sftr'inn a lo-nw catalopnc-, which after all would
faintly convey any notion 'of tie character of the
-collection spread out to view. Shields, assegais,
'jecklaces and a c great variety of bead ocnaneunt.,
the tusk and j,-w sof some 1btiae Zuln. a collection
of photographs, crayon and w-ater-colour sI:k.-the.-.
The skins wlhii.-h enter into tle comp.-itirun of
shir-lds and le-ad-work wee w ell w .umeJ, an-d form a
diatiuctivec -haracteiiitic of this hind of work.

CR., PnosrEC:'Ts.-We are *,r-dibly infoirmeda that
the- export of Earlvy Roe Potato,' should 1:--tini-,h-
r-d by the New York Mail Stearmer !U-:vin;' on
Thursday next. tle I.'th iust-int. Onions will sall
sell, andi air not r-qtired to such an extent., as to
justify the shipment of anything iunt twdl ,.iru7d
new onions as they are ready. The New York
Market has plenty of sRed and Yellow onions, firm
and dry, with plenty of but, c'.s of o-,ion pln/i/i fr
seasoning. Be.rniuda Oions.-, therefore should all
1ie large and matured for table muse only.

Great concern is felt at the probable sear..ity of
Ice in New York and C('ities South, owing to the
failure of itce in adjacent districts. Tonnage for a.
million of tons almost immediately wanted, andt
Ameri-an Coasters will be nt pre nium. a-i nio foreie'u
vessels can load at one? port of ithe United States far
any other port iun the same.
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MArCH.-" This is generally considered by the
native Bermudiais the Winter month, andI
fit1 our own 1,blei vatior we are inclined t. Xbe-liev
the truth rof the remark. Certain it is that the
lowest degree of'temperature has generally been
registered during this month. On the 17th March
7'1 i,b the t.:rmometer on the grass at, night fell to

As Madeira stands to Noithern Europe, so
Bermuda stands to Northern America, and we well
know that in future years, when the islands become.
better known and more accomnmodati-.n i- provided
that great, will be. the lii.i of vi-itors who will an-
nually rush to this bright and Ippy land. whr:re
rest or res c-tion canu'be hourly indulterl in through-
,:out the 'Wiuter months, beneath the rays of a seami-
tropil.- sun."-.ioes' Guide to Bertvida..

The following .lipped from the Lonud:.u Standard i-,f
thle liate Feb:luary, his been -.-nt us:-'' We und,:.r-
stand that the i>uttioun of telegraphi.-
communication with Brrmnda is now 1.einng con-id-
ered by the Colonial Offi-e, the isolated position ,of
that important station and naval depot ha\vin been
reeoguised by the Comn mission on Colonial Defen.e."

LONDON, February 2:.--An iDquiry into bthe dis-
aster to the railway bridge over the Frith of Tay
on ibe night fct Deceml.ber 28, by whichb many lives
were lost, is now pdcCPeeding at Dundee, Scotlanid,
before the Board of Trade. Several painters who
painted the briilge last summer have testiled tbat.
thiey saw num-roum bolt boles empty; that th v found
bolt.s in holes where there should' hainve been rivets,
an, itund rivtts without heads and blars loosened
and nuts unst'ev-ed : that one of the supporting
columns of ibe high girders which was cracked
hi-omi top to bottom was hLid together with ioar
ho-p hands, hat sometime-s the oscillation of the
hi iidie was so giceat they feared it would fall. The
evidence brns c eayed conesialeriabl se-n.aticn, I but its

Linec.vs'-'.y to the welfar.- o 'all c'iils'i- countries,
, o c eC llirtiy is he ;i'.te; e o r-ur o'.: a, ; but thi
i-l, .,->! bl;-as:a ic r, coCn.i bs .:- jin' I a "e pa.siire
principle aof snon-interie'enc er..ce. tes-s cr. the
'prese, nt 'yv the ascrutt-i.ucy, of L iand in the
cc Ui:oU; of Etirpe. Lven ,t. ibw aoia,:nt the
dount p .:ps l.rl .-h! be li i.e-. '-le f '- I a p:opilar
,' ellov, A U 6o,. (., -nh: .rtt: inl uir' ats
hi. i ntfnteWnc ;I a r? ..Z rii .s ; 'f r it ,,, layin,
a. n t : t l -c a ti'l ice. ; UV E asy Itrs
its mn:ar lliii'e n Lo "u L t'. al i ', : ., I'.. ,git, ,t it li-
wi:. '.-: f .h ,1iow r ..' a rc-solvU to
ulaini.t'l i .
I'-1 av te hoo- t be, rmy Lcri Duke, your
faithful servant., BEA.c,.FItELD."

i .NDON, Feb.Iruary 2.--In t10 Houst.- if fCommong
to-day, afler' a sir-i and personal di. sinion anda
the r',L'ti'oa L'n y cvOrrpoweria,2 n.ajorij :ks of awernli-
.. ..N.r.d by 'IMr. O'LDonell (II, me Rule),
ce-._ b:.r for Duntv-rvan : M r. Cal'.-i (i. .c-..l),
n: -i-, ,; for Dur.dn k, aid i.'. Cou;'tr-y (Liberalj,
--ic f0or" Lisk-u., tlie resoluv on u t :-red b- It- a
'L.inec-il.r of the iE:chequ-"r egnet. ,'b.structi'o"'
was passed witiho,-. a di visona. A rid-c. to th-e re-
ohsi n i i,o er '.y 'ir, Fo lt-.-, r:,c.; a.lso p.issed
.O i 1.' g t.ihat ntoi brng in the r.- ) li.. ;i.'1ili re
.: :;.. .- c edhly.' iin ;..'n ,1 S. :in .- n ;nh er 01 O .lC OK .nn.e
i i- lo-.ientu -aw:ig' e. .. -.ebate lb'-'p; c i e ided] on a
: '. : t : ti .. : i .

v-, .'I?,-,

2.j- ') .i';-.,;'., ;. L; ;.'-,- r e -' .. c;,' -Crl.':. ',.-,i t) "N '"-
a. , th Le voti of The .Ho-1,e ot i.-OlM:.o.i-, will be
releadii as soonaTs Iat Fiiauileuis has bIec; dissolved.

'F5:tsfl [- ts / -C:'0C.
-- ai'.' .. :t.. n o y. 1'. 011."

''ht- :,! ll St amer Beria .iv', Ca:.t;1i \Vi hon ar-
i:.*, -- ai e- wharf in thi, Town r.t eight, o'clock
yestidl:. mnorninr. She lit New York, in a Snow
si-:. .N, at the tm-.I Lo uron Ttur-i la:sy bui had lo an-
el.or in the lowe? bry; b-!icb place. ibe left on Fri-
.:ay morning at 1} o',eloel.
W,' re in dibied io C.ipli n W'ilson, Mr. Purser
Dur. tr. Mr. H a;l! ]- of-icer, and t ) S.S.. Inzhan,
E-qr... p'i 'Si'ng'er, fi,- tiles or p nap'-r-s ,-f hte EVC'nillg of

S' ,s-.-- DI law.- S--' & !.ti u]l: Con. I. .'.'4.
'P!, [-.,'-,ie -i ;:ri't -;n List H.: the I it i ,--
i,-! F -::ud, Trl tjl n -..l ai-j iso 10:hb in lst t1 to 2S'"-,.
472 ;:-.
T'he Unit,-l .F i ,r.:, 'Vhip i,. '.\';.f C ,:stclli.:j.., hl s
L- i n i nel i-.7 t'., Ch-e C. irm1n?11 t t>- convey a car'ieo
o' i, 'i-n 10 th(be islh FatUin; -tUicken people,
fioni Ne,, Yn'L .

LONDON, March 8.-[n Ihe Hou-e c-f C.rmm'inRi
to-day, the chancellorr o'f the Excheque' stated that
the Queen had been advised to dissolve Parliament
it Easter. Hle said he thought it dsi "able to state
Ihe views of the Government re;z-rdjrig the dis.olu-
tioa. They were that tihe urient ni,..:,u.res regard-
ing Irelatd were now in so forwiari] a state that the
question could be aleclided, and that a spring disso-
luion was always bre;ier than an ulumnii one. He
saiil Ihe new Parliamenr t c'-ul.d meet at the begin-
ning of May. He espie=sed] the hoIpe that the
House would co-op-ratle vilh the GovernIm-int to
enable (hem to n cC,:nemplish the unice.s,pry work be-
(oie the asisz liution. He pi'omis id to introduce the
budget on 'T'hursday next. nand sai.i that the bill for
the allocation of the six vi.can seilts in the House
would be withdrawn. The ,ght, Hon. William E.
Foi ster ILibetiv), nitnimber for Brad1.-rd, epllre:!ed
bhs P'eaiiaei aln with this a"nouncrnment.
The Chancellor expls inped thal, tim c Govertmeinut
had Lbeen tunabl, to c-ome to a decision earlier because
c.f the n-es.:-i:y of pi o.: iing Par liam'inntarv ste.ction
for tlh- Irish i- lief tues ures. 'They might n.jwcon-
sider the': Iris'h .Iifflc,iitles end-. .d In an.-
wer to an inquiry Lty M'.- Dillwyn, be gave March
2:3 nz ie dat. of da-soluti:n.
The am;oLinren ent of dissolution was recekred
with chee'sp
L,aroN Sarc: ',:-, -The news of the- dissoluth-.n
cieaed gr, ,. excifleme't in the pntovinces.
Inimediant- l aif r th ::ncr-unn -nmenl ot dissolu-
lion !, "ri n:i .. .i ,cr. i ed t: telu.',' .
--_ -
'I ( T A E 'CO N ST 'UE 1 it I EN.
L .. D?.'t,-:.- 4,l,.i linUi'fto-A i'r.'ui.nd for Brs'/i
-,vn C,,'.' i/ in Euro' e- PF liti'r-l Aitrlion.
Lr NDON .March i.t.-'i-1p following is Ihe full lexst
of Lord EelconsiRld's I-tter io the Duke of Mail-
boroui, :--
10, Downing, March 8, 18SO.
Mr LEanD Dt'K :
'.The measures respecting tho s.atre of Ireland,
which HPr Maj-'sly's Go'erin'unm. have so anxiously
coniilered with your Excelieny, and in which they
were much aid,:. by your advice and authority, nre
now, a. .out to i.,, submitted for royal assent; and it
ki a, !:n,-gti itn Ibe power of Ministers to advise the
Queen to rrcor to ie sense of her people. Thearts
ol agii itirs, which represented that England, in-
stead &' being a generous and sympathizing friend,
was indiffient to ibhe dangers and sufferings of lre
I.hnd, tijve beens defeated by measure at once lib-
era ar-nd pitutint, which P.,riiament almostt una-
niluari lvy sane.t iuL', l.
"Duling ihe six ye ass of the prie.n-u. adtmi.:ihtha-
tion the improvr-'ment ofi Ireiai and tihe couitut of
our fellow-couni r; aeii >:i that l-ioandi have inch oc-
cupied the caie o! lhe Mi.inistry : ian' th.b'- may re-
iremuter with satisfaitiona int in this period they
bnve roired one of the most difficult problems con-
nected with its ,~oven umcnt arnd tihe ; people by es-
tablisiuinga syst.ea of pu'jlic e-lucation open to all
cl;Es_'e:: and all cteeda?.
'-Neverthelesc, a i ia;cr, in iis ultimate results,
scarc'ely less than pestilence or famine,
and which now engarigel your Exsceilenc;'s anxious
attention, distracis Ltha country. A portion of the
population is attemptiing (o sever the constitutional
tic which unites it to ireart Britain in that bond,
which has favored the pwer' and prosperity o both.
"It is hoped that all men of light and leading
will resist thibs destructive doctrine. The strength
of this nation dependson ithe unity of feeling which
should pervade the Uited Kingdom arnd its wide-
spread dependencies. The first duty of an English
minister sh-nld be to consolidate tuat, co-operation
which renders irresistible a community educated as
our own in an equal love of lib.erti'y and lai-.
.Anid ye, there mle sml.-, who chnlha!.ge the vsex-
pe iiieniy .of the impei characters of this realm.
Having htiempted and failed to enfeeble our colo-
nies by their poliky' of decomposition, they may pler-.
bap.s now tecCgniz. in the disintegration '. t-.e lJci;-
ted Kinigdoi a mode which will not , aecoa-
plish blut precipitate their purpose.
*The !ia -,e'liate diss(lutiha of P.-, iiineout will
affuid au opportuuity to the nation so .!eeide upon
a ,ourseg'bcch i"ill zuateriilly ir.nfluence its future
fortunesBd its dest;iny.
Rarely, in this country, 1ha) thcie .-.:en [sa ocer.-.
sion more erii:al. Th: .(wivr cof England n.ud the
paeae of Eur'ope will largyety de;:,nd, o'-, the ver.lict
cf the country. Her Maf.jest':'s prc,.'!t Miistcrs
Lare hilbth'.r.-, keiu v leulc..sld to. sccur.- t i',., neae?, :so

it he- -o-k Ev-:b'"'ue. (L[ondon. March 10,) sbow-
e- the effect cf the npproa bing diassolutiou of
P,.cli:anent, iN ,, sib-.rp decline ia console and
.nit- uh- .ie rP=,- ties, oni tIse.beory '.hat a general
el.ui.;a teans;na : in'reaTed demand for money. It
is c,,ulated h;Atl the espnriitnr.< of the candidates
will :;,g.:e;a:;:a a- o.--' 2,,)ii5 ),000, which amount must
!.irnly ioi i iran !..on Loadon anud seat to the
OrTAWtv, 4.-HI'ou'- of Commons.-MIr.
C; by's Inso:-alvency F B-:eai Bill was finally passed.
Thbe .ii.ioli .'.ieeltis of ihe I Domilioa Riflo As-
sociatiorj w b:;, hold on e Th The Guovenor-
GeineraI attendi'ie. 1M. AlasMon, (uColonel t-owstke
an(d L'iapt. E-- .. ar-i'r(-i-E-.i t'L- nmeue'.iAzf.
Li.NDMON, S i' 4 --Tb-h. '. i- G/obe .sserts that
France.- hai 'ni3 ute :! inot,- ,..,iat.ioris wvitii Eriylanl
and the Uniltd -&Pates w!lh a view of tezat'iaii'g'
t(.e W] ar b-.'ie'' ;-'hil! tantd P a.
B Ei ira a .. i, of i r
Milurr -. a .,i : I :.- tt .i -.i'u,,)p e i iA n
9 s,'cit o. : i t- i .. '.^ ,.' -;' ; ..- i-" i" i'.- -,
A t.iC- :, -.i -....-''i !m'r '. z lth" u '.,1 .1 ,I ["et u ,'t y
a Il w P AI l
i i C.. -- -- j4 : I' lus.
i'ha? : .' .' A': ii -'..-'ir ACE-
fra' .' ,: .- .- &' ..: ,i" of he <..te. t! -
'lb .? 1l'7 0 ia ,i 0 1 -' '' "i 'i a
(. L -,', -.-. .. : .- L I ,'- ..
T. I A
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.clti,.uts next t v fl t. Irota Livcrpool Ior lliiny ".
Stainley's uts,.' Ui the Cougo'."

L.1 yr ir. F. uma r",7._.." n, I !
LA W IR a ', F i'StV1 '1 (,.";' ';,,/ l ",'.14V

which l 1-li-s frf 1i ?force
l foresein.t ; ia- 'I '- .I,- T.;,.-
F On r-r the re in-l.'... ,* n. "' ,"-;li on." to f or
un 'er- Pera':so r I u.*
i -, n i : '_ ('. *i( p, ...r
as, the et.'- !, : :,- a ,_-,',- ,Kvu us ,.r Bi ritifs
prtaher(ct 0
Th,; r----o.,.rT n ;,c -m i- ;w' h. ir,r i l,,-r i'.e it
C! i!.i i f it,- i. 1 i- :'e i0 1," 't-,it-I ft t'r4-
bulh--;ir-,f va'. '*ir'-'atr'- rii..' a !. t- ,? b rri.en d -.,
a i tI .i.ra, I".i2w .L ..t- l ot.'1i r ;> tl. e lv s, ; i'a!.,dr
El :r-l tisih '- PI i -t i O
F' c-. -p,,rt!.,. ,3 -o \fh:,i' ... ri r In is-' an-
ne ',d t, K-b,-I :'; ahi,1 s'r.- 'an r,,
** Fir-.-Ildia rts:na 'nu,'an, Kt;snh ald Kh'-
tIer tn ,Jel,,lah.d 1.
FinaTlly, there i? n tron: inclination to form
Menrvinto aNtlae unler an Anglo-Persian guaranty.'

SOUIP'H .FRIrA. -A dispatch from Cape Town,
dated Feby. 17, says tha. at a tdeelin of th lead-
ers of the Boer partly, Paul Kruger, President of
the former R-punhlic of the Transvaal, proposed that
the Boer committee, when it met on the 8th of
March, should discus iierianis for establish ng fiend-
ly relations with the British Govornment authorities

ST. PETERIS BP.r March!] .-The wman who fired
upon Gen. Melikoff yeterdav as he was alighting
from a carriage at hiv residence is a converted
Jew named Alodeskl-y, fruor Minsk, a town distant
4T-') miles ,,uthiwest fom St. Petersburg. He
has heen tried and sentenced to-d y, and will be
banumedl to-.mnrrow. He maintains a defian I, de-
ieanor. Mitoleisky said at his trial that General
Melik-off would be killed by some of his comrades;
that although his own tiempt bhad fail-ad, a second,
ani], if necessary, a Ihird attempt would be made.
He says that bhe waq ordered to commit the crime.
and ihat he acted fruit principle, not from personal
PARI, iMarch 4.-The Lnterne and .ot d'tolrder
to-day publish a proclaimation of the Russian Re.
vnoluionary Executive Committee. calling upon the
French nation not to surrender- Hartmannn to the
Ru-Isian authorities.
LONDON, March d 5.-The T'nes' Berlin despatch
-as Mlolosh'sky w:.s arrested a week a mo on suspi.
cion of beinrt connected with political intrigue- ,
but was dischared for lack of evidence..
P.ARIs, March 4.--An Irish relief committee has
finally beeri former here. The committee com-
prises men or ,ill creeds. aud opinions. The sum of
$1i.,000 has already been collected. The money
collected is i.. Ibe divided into three equal parts-
oue for the Duchess of Marlborough's fund, ato-
theo for distribution by (he Bisbops, and (be third
for the Lord Mayor's fur":. Barons Gustav and
Alphonse Hotbsebild have given $1,000. Among
the other sub-eib-ers are. Malrshal MacMahon, the
Duke de la Rofc-:,..fiou,-aid.Bisarcia, MM. Labo-
laye and h'-n,,tlrn-,. the Duke de BE7olie, the Su-
perior it t[he Irih 'cl-g,,o in Paric, and the Counfs
de Flavierty amnd Ducha.ul. The Archbishop of
Paris. has already forwarded $10, Irfeland.
LONDON, M.I'',l 4.-In !th" House o! Lotrds the
Irish Reliet Bill bhs aseild i.litugh lie eoaimittei
without amntei'i!,-nt.
LvEn P L .'.ln, ?.l i b t-I -T-A e CouIrt of ixnq ity in-
to the collins, n of itM, (,ini, Line steme:r Arizonar
with an ce, I.b : ,:ra rh- 7', of. Novtnm'-t:r lat h.-
found thMt the lookonut .'i 8!.-aminer a.vs' d
ive, and ha.-s S.,; ,f 'aiedii b c c.. 'tifi,:ata, s of the cap-
tain and a".corud .unrste r ti' a iI of sis nc-nthib,
PARI., .-f .c': '...-_ '- *. -, : .]et of .iri arain
was refus-.,i ,.- ,,-, ''_ *.' ,r.- i-j.!!1 t t :v; .'a.-
o. his R '.rr' it-y in -'a -,, XPlOsi.n in.J_ as
to hi. ;dr I i'y.
it Is i-i L,..: .ti, -.v-m. ,: was ,iis ( at.urd.-y) df-
Ierrson esou c! :.C : r l ,.. ,:p. r.. -h e.:. be hip,
ped to Engl.-nm' .
Lo:.-noN, M:ar'h' 8.-A Paris to tho
Times says it is announced that. Prince Orloff' in-
tends io quit Paris on a prolonged leave of absence
it is believed. in consequence of the Hartmann af-
fair, :ts Princ- Ool,3ff confidently expected to.ob-
tain his extradition.
LONDON, Mar'ch 8.-The Paris correspondent of
the Daiyi Te.'e.-raph says he has reason to know
with certainty that the GovernmenI. has taken ela-
borate measures in case of the defeat of Article
Seven of 31. Jules Ferry's Education bill, which
prohibits members of unauthorised societies from
teaching in thbe schools ; and that should the article
not bI voted- in the Senate, all the laws now exist-
ing against Jesuits are to be put in force with the
utmost possible igor.
[Article 7, was defeated on the 9th, and M.
Fer-ry has resigned the Ministry of Public 3Wor-

Saix MONTHS I ZtniLLD.-We direct the atten-
tion of our readers to Dr. Wolfred Nelson's adver-
tisement in another column uuder the above head-

I have to thank you for the Bermuda Alman-
aek, which gives a great variety of interesting'
pirticulars"-so writes a gentleman convtersant
with Bermuda, whose friend here sent him a copy.

In the Hou-c of Comnmons to-night (March 8),
th- Navv esi:u:i'es were considered. A vote of
441.;i00 officer wni men for the Navry waeagreed to'
A vore of 5 l..<),, y)0 an. accoouit of the civil service
. i m ii .s b'a j:*nltd.


- -- -- _____-- -- ---- ---------- -- ----- -________________ __ ________ ____ S .'-

Dy.-Inspe( or Gene',al of Holpital. :ind F!eits,
Samuel S. D. 'Wellk, lii :t I-.u ppiaut.,i-l to Hiaslar
We thank Paplain '.Vars n. ,f the Brigan'ini
MIalIaa, for some Ncw YorL papei.
BIRIiT, in Pembrol-.' P.uin.h.. o ; 'th inW-'rt, r.
WILLIAM H. SHADB,.LT. of 'a '.',rj.
.......... on te li0 t t in Hi -nt, .t. 13'az,',. the '.".IFr
of' C'ajtir t A u;'t!i'r f. ." z,', I.aival E u.oii 'r:n. uft'
.......... in Smith' k Pa ihi. on th-- 1 lth in the
WVIFE 6f (fCapt;lill JanVL.." A. L'.iher, of a ;oN.
DIED, in th's. Town. on tih;-lth intaut, Mrs. Sr.LN.\N
ELIZABETH, wile :'f Alf.1xaitler V"'ilsrn. aged 22 years
and muntih havint!.'1 hi .ixii! ':; chlillren aIl manv
relatives an. d friiau!s o aio n their loss.
.......... in Pembroke Parish. on the 4th inst.. Mas.
SARAnH Fonr.E. need (62 3enrs ; l;naring a sistr-r. broth-
er, a daughter, four o.)n and 11 urand eblildren to
mourn their liis.
.......... at hi- reidenur, '-'9 Grace Court. Brooklyn.
New York. on Ft id.iy, the .'.lat Ma.reh inst., NATHANIEL
R. DA'RRE.LL, EsQR., in thi? I4t!i year of lii age.
Leraves a widow, 2 s.)n-, 2 dau*ihtpr., besiailes a larvE
number of other relatives and friend lto mourn their

Under a Power of Sale in the Mortgage



On the Premises, at noon
The 17th day of M3-arch, instant,
ALL that ,'ertihl_ C(OTTA.GE
1:11 with the PARCEL OF LAND where-
on it stand,-, situate and being' in Pembroke
Parish near a i'lace called" The lAcre, which
parcel of Land measures on te nE:'f nd W -.t6
sides sec'tively 10)' fet-t or there-
ab)outs, anid on the ,r'/e : i'tt :,,,?,f sale:
thereof rese tiv'ely, 1n4 fe.t or thereabouts.
and is lbou -1ided 'l,, r:/ nd T.:,,'l, 1: by)
Land in the ocupt:ati, :'nf ", William Blnckmnai
and hi.s Wife N: ',t1, /';1by Ln.-d helld in his
lifetime by Jaimes Co:, D'-ean-d. and E,,:. r'/
by Land heret'-,fore ,of '"dloi.on Tteoni, de-
March o1, 1,8._.-3
A Re-engagement as GOVERNFS.S is re-
quired by a Lady with s,.,me years' '-xpe.
rience in T,'aching in l ngla id. ('ood refer-
ences, E Address, "A. W.,"
D. Nl'Phee Lee, Esqr.,
March 13, 1880.-3
H. 'M. M. '" Conu<-sf," wi'! not i,e ans.;er-
able for any DEBT'S contracted !v th',ir STE W-
rtharch 13, i8S!).--2

-. l.7 'TT, 9916S iegiauemuu,
Edited by
Doily G.raphie" Ccrrespondent, New York.
A highly interesting little Work of about 100
pages, under the abovo tile, will shortly issue,
if enough sjnhscribers are obtained.
Price. 50 Cents per copy.
Names and Addresses can be left at the
Royal (;azotte" Stationery Store, l1amiliar,
New York. March II, 18S0.-4

Late of the Town of' Hamilton, Deceased.

ALL Persons having CLAIMS
I against the above EL-ate are requested to
forward their Accounts, addressed to the Un-
dersigned, Administrator, tnder cover to Ms.
REGINALD 31st day of March next.
All persons INDEBTED) to the above Estate
except those whlo haVe already made arrange-
ments with Mn. REGINALD GRAYr or payment)
requested t.a make payment to Mr. REGINALD
Ga.RY for the Administrator ou or before the
above date.
2nd March, IS&0.-3 3p-Ma-ch, 2, 16, & 30th.

Handsome Easter Cards,
&C.. &k., &,.:,
At J. C. KEEN EY'S ,
Haimilton, March 16, I ?Si0

P lease take. ,,Olice.

r "I Sti :.;nier rcf pe's I Jle ly.I ifonimis thoso
e Pe -'a t hat :re iN L'': B'i' E D t':. him thai
he has authorized Mr. CI'. W. \ YoU. to cnllect
the said Debts.
Somerset, 15th March, I 80.--

A very handsome :,i.6s, riment o. riN. \ .'"
lebraied E.tter, H irthida. dind oliibr
4 ,,',. '; :""~. -

An' C., i of cl ;,. r- : er:or

.. re

Ha;inti~n, No. I V .. t i'" n, % .., t
March i6, ,-8).

B-1 Y P BL I C A T C T 1 0 To
!Uider thIe /''stle' n Shed,
At 1 o'JI-lck P.M.
Oni T77rsdl n(U f
k' Ill4 1i) ell,,


Hamilton, March 16, 1S80.

By Public Auction,

On Thursday Next,
18th Inst., At 1 o'clock, p.m.,
That well known Yacht
l iESPER,"

Having been lately refitted with New Sails,
Spars, Fittings; has a full set of Iron Bal-
last, Chain Moorings with Anchor; her Cabini
is nicely fitted with Cushions and moveable
B. W. WALKER. & CO.,
Hamilton, March 16th, 1880.

Outerbridge Bros.,
Importing and Forvwarding Com.
mission 31erchants,
Agents for
1Messrs. Miller d& Spencer,
Connsignmentsa of i'RODUCE solicited for
this we!'I-known reliable Firm. Diue attention
given to all .-hipments, and Account Sales amid
lIeturns promptly rend-red.
For any fruther information, Stencil Plates,
&e., please apply to 0. BROS., Hamiltoin.
tMarch iS, -80.-tf*

' lEi Undersigned .olicit consignmrts of
P RO[UCi fbr
*l iessr's. S?. P. Loomis o.
29 IBarclay StreCt, New York.
\VWhich will be forwarded free of charge and cash
payments made a*s soon as sales are received
The 1lighest Cash Price will be paid for Pro-
duc: eThrout.iti t c- season.
liamiilton, March 8, 181.-4 3p.

LE aser


A choice selection of
L, .' k r C

. rom n Loono via rew x or
I Alo on H and, a;
i AI-nA
' t the '" f oyda Gazeue"'
iiri ,a to!-, Miar ih i6, s.'.';).--
Sr'g E UN 1) IRSI(--' I U
SI l', to r ,- ur'. :.i. ,it!
pei-,(:s n; who f.o kiik,M, olff.'re
. a I led his la.t. -'i I' an
.l.rdc, !2, 1350.-- 4 ,.l


ri; per Iernnuda."
variety of

Stationery Store.


New /oirk hail SiN cr.


I +, -,r'. -- I I T --
'IE tie',lit'l ,,'l el Exe't-utors' will -- 0s
-'rec ivo, TENDERS until Noon of iL I ', '. .'

22Oii ins'tantOn a t, [ ,

The Following GOODS,
Carefully stl.ctIed for this Market:
2p)0 Qrtr. B-ales Be4t HAY
100 Bags CORN 100 Sugar-cured IIAMS
20 Tubs Family BUTTER
50 5-lb. Packages Philadelphia. CANDIES
10 Bar-rels Bright Grocery SUG.AR
5 Bags Maracaibo COFFEE
t) Boxes Supeiior CHEE:s;E
-2.5 Bags B:AN 20 Ba irrls MEAL
220 Barrels extra S. F. FLOUR
25 Cases Florida WATER
5 Barrels Crushed SUGAR
5 Half Barrels Family BEEF
5 Half Barrels Family PORK
10 Barrels Kerosene OIL
20 Cases very superior Astral OIL
10 Boxes Laundry STARCH
5 Cases SARDINES, in Qrts.
G Kegs Cut NAILS, 4-l. and 3d.
10 Dozen Lonilon PICKLES. Mixed
.35 Drums Halifax CODFISH
20 Dozen 3-lb. Tins Roast BEEF
10 Barrels Irish PORTER, superior
10 Pails LARD
150 Reams Wrapping PAPER
10,00n LATHS'
3,00f) fet 3 x 4 SCANTLING
10 Qttr. Boses Black- TOBACCO, 14's
1 Dozen Gtmnts' Superior Lonrg BOOTS
1 Do. Farmers' Do. Do. ) DO.
1 Do. Fishermen's Watertight Do. DO.
25 Barrels Table POTATOES, Early Rose
2,000 feet W. Pine LUMBER
2,000 PICKETS for Feneing'
I Good

1[ Berip1pda Cow
I Yawl P.OAT, I7 feet. Keel Gal-
vauized Fii-stning, a very fine Pleasure
Bottle : Salad OIL, MUSTARD, CURRIE,
BON-BONS, &c., &c.
And many other Goods that will appear at
the Sale.



Til lE rC U3 V : .X
Offers at ,ow rate.e,
The following :-
Now receiving (r !ii 't. Malaiga" from Ne.v

B BL. (-. F. rP1.i11:,
M-rl-. Corn MlE; \ L
Bris. Cru.sheI1 SU i ..
IErk. l .rEa v I o i ,- ) 'Y' \'i'T si S, ver-v ecloice
b Fish iGU\N Bri-. Ker.:sene O)IL
Bags C f.iN ;o %es E"I : I\ S
IBRAN (n s ".Lrai',o COF'FEE
0 VTi'.s
HI-n;f-Birrlus I p-F .m.! i )R K
IBoxcs CSHI-.ISAK BF,,oxe F %ihl \'V I'IEl
'Tins IIITT I I ai.d .LI. )
Cases OYS'TER: L'ss S \[.I10\N
S Astral OIL, S4inperi,.r .\.rticle
Qr.-linei II\Y IA.MS 1 BACON
&C., & c., & :.
Ilamilton, March 15, 1U30.-2- 3;

k, onwrs OF

rTHF E lndersigned will give their
S personal atteiioii t,, the f iorw ,Jdit ofr
BERLtMUDi)A P Oii 'U l, to tle co i-in ni:ient of
* Ise:,' mo n ,a 'Co.,
Of()t" New York,
Pouring the corning UCrop Season.
A ll cl:m.r.e- for c,,4l of l'cmnit:tnce f,,.r ne!t
prce,'d. \wi li have to) Ihe bur;e 1 Ih:.,' owner (.f
the (Cjodo.
The highest market r-'tes ill lie oblainidl and
Acc-.unt Saltes rtatrned promi.,tly.
J.T. 1. t. 1 ULL & CO.
lami ton, Be'rmnd.i I ., 3
.March 9, I )S0.

ot police,
To the Farmers of Bermuda.

The Undersigned solicits consign-
ments of

46 & 48 BR, ).0AD AVE., W VET \V. WASHING-
And will attend to the shipping of s'Iuen.
Produce bought at Ma.rket prices.
lailon, arfiIh e, 3 Queen Street.
Hamilton, ",Iare S;"i i5?,n 0.--Im

-enl ry 3rinker & ( Co.,

Nos. 5, 6 & 7 'Poduce ,'venue, \V'est WAVish-
ii;gton M.'rker, New v ork.
Cash paid for Berniila lProdiute. Consigin-
,nents solicited,

iernniitJa by

'Fr'ont .'rien I niiilh: in.

-3rd pige I F.n-:r..:!sc: c
- .... .. ....- -:g I,, L i \Ah r)",a '. i' ,.atIj ,4 o .a;,ik, :n)n reqpe tct- .i"-.i .6f, : -.' Aork.
terfiut h-muls to thlos9e v. '. 'A.i o, ,i"i-r, iauk f Hirono, Ro-
ed thti' services and cheoter', T'w Vui:.
,er'l. Tho BEr-.d t Or.el Cn, i-..;n './f N' i York, .'1or-
'. I!., O N ( ,tiI.- _Ns .
L .i YI .LS( I u.'-til': n fl'
Ki e{mr Itrti'l .* -to c.i eio.,,iI le Btusbi;0nes
\V%. 'I V i'', 1 iii hi *;i,.,
on : ... -

. i-o ,

A N ;i fil,,F..

tia.. .." ,p ,',.;'chi! t' )!,. J ii'.IS a ,,.
A1;gi"- to
R. D. DAIl E LL.
Hlaminli.on, 15th Marchi, 1880,

&xr ft"S
,,'- .'/ A +-IE

r iia'i! a it ; :, + t' li- o <.. :.
;)"-"I EIil, t 'a.i .arw
MIarch i'1 'i, .' '.-0 -iI

I Ie1 I (e, I r re't i ,e
Fo leave thence f,'r retLin o1 i t.H;e
I ;" l h l .. .. .

Byf His E. eil tnc, .i M'i',r-Gener-al S.IR
ti -BFt"I' M. L .,IFFAN, K.
C. G., G1,, nor, Con u ::.,'dr-
;,i-CIh/, fice .-Ad,'liral and Or-
.lintt r,. in a,d i'utr H',e S Islantds,

-' ;iu"r .,, iLiZ.i -i \.V C.].TINERI
hais pray'd f r ai iAim"nin
'p or .' i .**n (le,
:.sia lei. Jr Z _; '. ;.'. ii ,,' C J A 'J -
NE: Late ,n of I..P 'ou!. V in, t ii 'j lands,,
.f es-,hiilll, lire'C e .
Tlhi is thelie!o 're :;. g,e not i 'c'. t.iaL ii ;lny
Person or I'ers.i ea:.. ,h..v ,, i : s' \v!,y
tho said .dnE nis :tai,'ni fI 'i\l i 't ,- gt s ,ted
ur.t. h. L i j D i Z .-Nl '.; .' . he
the., .'w ie '1 '. -! hi .. h i 1r -

th 15dh day of MANh10 ,
re. at in .u ... ., .n L i;,t : :e,,e:,iiy't (birt''. .0
li,,!l i. I i -! ', i i,{ e i^Kl ''. d'nti'diii -

L K. ;r8,..+._,T.
C'uh:.ial 5ecrtary.
Dated at li.o S''cre'ir c's O~licc, I
t.iU- 15th day of March, !3SO.,


From Persons wishin'- to purchas.,-- tnh whole.
of the
Of the latn CHAS. JO hSIr TS,
No. ti, o, St. Go:,','. Parish,
As it no\v .tand: in the Tovwn and Parish
As this Property will be s,)old in two distinct
lots, parties teinderiing can state that they
tender for Lot No,. i or Lot No. 2, or for the
whole Premise-s.
The Tender must be sealed andl written upon
the back, Tender for the Purchase of the above
Property, or a part thereof, as the case may be.
We do not bind ourselves to accept, the
highest or any Tender.
Any further information can be obtained by
applying to the underi-igned Executors.
Thile Premnises ntay be ,iewed by arpprlic-ition
to the present tenants.
TMarch 15th, 1SS0.
Colonial copt.

,'r.ilii, Pacetis, :il Specie on il"wi, lt will
he r'ceivel witiil ., i i., ,'tth:l,-d y, the 17tli
lI 1i I1t.
Bills of L:uiing for !'rodic.- and 'Ceneral III.
ch r;,di w idl be :- i ,' -. { ll 1 ,- 1 ;.!h ilis'.
l'.:-eng'n S' ge :\il'l Ibe rc'liovedj :it 30
xL-; ". 4,a. t ,,-,:1 o. th,:. l'i thi i a n'

TR OT'!7' ,_. ('f. j


R. M. Snius. >Alphi '1. (C1apt. Crowell,
SBeta.' i'apt. 1\.w.

UInItil fuitltei' ii:tiei;- Return Tio-kets
.to Halitax, I Vfoilil;' si v hnts) Wil1 be
issui'l ait 12 stt'-rlini t'a.*ih.
Through, Tiickts Blrmu,.la tto Liverpool will
be issued at follow r:i its:
Cabin. .. 22
,U-.:nrl ,'; in.. I3 0 0
Pas.3':'ngers will bfj fa.)war;dld at present by
Allan Liin of S'a i rs from Halifax every
Durn ill1tOiT-1er oLiintlIs everl.y SatinLlay vit
Rimnouski. P il.eie. hli:. .vin the benetit of a
atilroal' drive, through the Provin-s otf Nova
Sc-otia aiil NN'w Brunswin,'iv, or every other
Tuesday, via St. Joibn's Newfounldland.
Passage Rites-Berinu'in. to Jamaica,
First Cabiy n 10 0 Return 14 12 0'
Sec.ndl Cabin 1; 5 0 Ret urn u10 10 0
For if'irtliP r p-ti.ulaprs apply to
!p lt.
ST. George's, Birt.nni'l,, ) 3. f
Marcb ISi:. I 1:

Per S, S. ti Bermuda,"
\ ie L. :'upp! Ly nf 1adl <', GenIle eon'.e '!isees'.
('iLL' and in fu'ns'
i Boots & Slippers.

,, A LSt ,
Meloiin, C ut.umbar- and Squash S:E)D
I.t! i.1 andI 'weet CORN. for Planting
Also. in :Store,
11a.ih1,CI 1ER.OO )s TOBACCO
Brifr an .I Meeri-hanum PIPES
Quil Tih o tPICKS, &c., &e., &c.
Fi',, Sreet. We'ist, I!arch 16, 1880.- 1


B nIYiuh Puofuce.

TIhe Unrdersigned soliciEs consign-
ments to'
I'r rs.n 1. 'vRe&3Im7A & Co.,
15I 0 est St., New Y.rk,
.1AnI will attend to receipt and Khipment ol' Pro.
duce by .teamv rs 'itroo 1 ut 'f,'it p **'ieaso'n.
Jrou'pt S ales wil h? retriined.
15;,i Sarche, l'SsO.-, 3r

The Undersigned solicits consign-

West W."-hi.gton RI.rke', New York.
Hi wig sl 'tin ke re.vI-p w'i ie pj ui 'r Produce

15ihni ,ion. 15, _U 'irch, l .1 .- ti

Replr seioedi in
",101;,- 11

I' IEI SLANi' ;.

/ 1 AF-
E .- !.. K. i.
M aj I'a /,' :_ t -

'6 1 S2ror at1ou.
.HE.REAS this. prent C'L.IAL .;Lr.A-
ME,' N Ir. 1u /u".oiopu,'0ed t'o "e-'. tlv,
tli-,- i 7t da .-if o r a-C,, instant, I have t.hougl it
fit furtha!s to pr':'ogue. anId 1in h--'.'by further
rodTOgue iith, -iC'I ('OL'"NIAL P..ALLIAMENT to
SATURDAY, the 24th day of April net.: of
bi''in a.; w-'ll t' Me b-rs i f the Legislativt
Council as tlhe Members of t'l.- of As-
seily iare hl.'nb' r-jqunir t. ." i k' notice' and
to govern thein-.-lves a..:-ordinil.
Given under my Har nd and the Gdrehat
Sal of h-.:s.- Islands this 15th
day .o;f Maar.-h. 1SS0, and i.n the
43rd y.i: a*if He r Maje.ty's

I- 1 II r t' cli.'..' C .'' ,t',
Co'.'.,ia:d Secretary,

ENDER;S will be re"-ivf.di ;t the COLONIAL
'eT oThVEY',:)R'S OFFI'-E until
Thu 2-rh intantr,
FrIni Pep'sotis 'lCe,:ro1s) uf Tender-
ing for thvt- sitppdy of
( English Grey St'cek Bricks)
Of te est quality, to be deji'ere at Hamril-
toni Gaol.
Tle COLI'NALT S.r' ,- doe's not bind
Li:r.elf to .,:. o the a y Tender.

Huilton, M =.:.h _i. r R.-K
i -


Is now recev t : l.y

DRY (1'D.S,

lack BR l.IL.-A 'I'! I-.
Toilet Came! BRUS~IE<
Pocke 'a.d Camel, Dpt U [E 'with a glass
Lox : on's and Hlaydon's ESSENCES
Toilet SOAPS
C., &,, &e.
M-1rch 11ti, !6S50.-1

For Sale

rJhe House anti
LtNI) !n iF'arwick P:rijh, helonging to the
Est-te of the late G :0.oRG.: J. PATTroN ; bounded
on the 'or-h by Land of.1 Mrs. Madalin
Ligyirbourn ; Dusa, by Tii'e itad; Soulh, ly
the Main Rad, and West, by a Tribe Road.
The II' IUS E is a Two Story .one, and has
Fo.r Bedrooms, a large Orawing noom, Two
.'arlionrs, Two Hall-', i itting Room, Pan-
try and K.tchen. There are aho'st Six Acres
of LANI), on which tire a Ftuit Garden and
East of the i'rernies '.xi!l smartly be improved
the Property will be within a few minutes walk
of the Salt Keitle [E'rry.
For further Partitulnra appky to
No. 2 West Front Street, Hamiltoi, P
December Ist, 1879.-tf.3p

.J otice to Importers from
A'ew York.



5i \1OR,. .aster,
Wil sal for New York

On Y Tiursday af t,
ithm i.i.i ,, o Return !)ireet.


.k '<>~

Ra'e of Freight--40 cniits
01 o .--75

Sr. *LArc'g.
; '0 ,irts p: r Bbji.
. *0',

For b lance ofi F ,Phi ro...u apply to
LJ'L 1i;-) v..

KLL.T O :F '... ( ':: : 2,. .',a a ,., ti! ; i;
ornt' I\iiii,' Ailh x i'si., 5t,, : ';'a ; :n i 1.i "), ibr -I, -
,1OW Hpml; 0 A
S tio'l9L, ,., H ';I.iW.h y. '- 3 .-n ,,., A, (ui
N1i1 E, D io a :' E:. ', ? !. ". .. .. o;. ,n.-
Si l B DL i Jaw '.. ; P -
b i iA i ve, Jok'l'a d - -: I ,'a N
-H ,!?..)JI I, H B zI ;a:.ii ;j.I *J Hnio i.H : o \ ,if J-3 fi t Ly 'IcI,
J S Lewe-. .'., > J ',Siivj .e .'di ;, 1, R I "!.o ;4i or,
.Ann McK W,', .. lfrd N'- W\ ,. Ne oin, Mr
Norl if, A. nna M Pin .(.:-,al, ",' .- l -air,, Ll.z.
-'ia enchi Aof. ,ela l, ii :-.. -, ic,, ; i m;dn.i
s t.ljenm h .i ,- qi,+ W. ,',; .'.' -. ;i-,,i I rA k nt y lon .,
o r i l i i . i s :' i s i Fi "r ei,, <
Tr,.,., M .':-. a A T hio: .s; Ceci;La Vick. er., Ja. ,s

LU. 1,L,.,ED LErrIE,-,.S IN i i,1 PO.s r 0 ."-
1 1,CE ST. GEO!KI;E'S,, Iarc.hI 1,5, '-8:).
Al G Bevcm, Lawrene- j,.,i, ; 'rnme% John P
I'iI, Mr Jackland, Thos Lmji.W, W .\ Lon;.


us ez nsureaunwnc4 m-?

- -~ ..-. -. rz'~cs~sr': ~-cinna.a~'~---'~

________________ r'2&sv~ctc .r;~anrcvsr~'ufl

- ~-L- .c -. -.

TfI '" N E.; FI T t .'; l ;F' .,.F, '1' S'NIN '. '-
'i'no ITo-w., r'.- ptrI.iiia n a .it 'i' n cli a-..' I -ah1
Feb.. S v= : 'I'. fr : iri s ,c -' nt .-':-- air;' P.'
present mrs, prJ.n'ii,:.rt n it-n.- liielv to -er,:'" i"
the ti- nt in rt, i r r I I I i P r .. '.' n;.,a i e-
first. W Vn!I; hrr-r, : -..' nil, i 1- : rl t. ; r '
A ,yVr-h K li.h t) :- ,' !i J an nI t .im n:f r.t..-- hn a ,'
first is n.'line,-:' G, ver' rc-- of ('[lul ---'1 ( :' .' ;il
RohberTs':4,-t. 1e ic -' bfl.'-ini lth- ,cf
Shere .lMi, .r' I a mia: ,r m l a..nt !,' 'l !. ;fl !il Ottlan-
ner.s iind appetirrene. '!lhii l iwi- ver. ni-a aly I
that can l hiP ni1 in hisa fiavcui. Ili abilities time .f
n ve'v nmiddlin ordil r. rnd r,? Gr'vrirnor of h' pr'-
Tine'o' nind r S! le .-\li 1ie isjlavrdi O'lcu i l n r.i v
and vie sof an .\A ,,r i i.nh.,r. l pNiU l i' .f banoi '
sides dmiin nIthe civil -wvfi-is which pia,'-vi'i a'l i '"-sbci's reign. e hIoa liitli n lii ..i-.-.l ilninfin ce or ,ocl-
lowirg. and frinmkly avowi-p tha w-' u wruld nit alt'-nt ,
to retain pt.:er if our rm:dIteriIl it.rir.r; ,-re n" o : -
drawn. Hassan Khan has the intn.-nee iItI I ,-,a'-
our of lhe favourite wiir,, -,f "here? A hi. i- -h-se d n i-
ter i. mti'oridel. 'Thip i.aiy ;s '. ,- :hy l rn a i'li ;
in iciuner' whote piidl.. 'on!:1. e 1 ;tti'd l..y 7 :H.-
san's acc-essiil to pw.v,. iii .' n 'I hr-tc- lie.-rtly an' -
port. he could, therefore. rely. tl:.,,can i:a'. ie tolken
to iepre ent wil h the Af f nr, Ibr.' If- ersoi-rl :tin eric "
which has sui ived .h re Ali., -nd whilih i. .-r:-' -
bly consirleralle, thou-gh balanced \ir oh,--.r ,ippo(iis'"
influences. Befidcs leirjg nnd nr-plhe
of Shere Ali, Has-ean is cr.uFin to Vi-'.r,'i, Kln.
H1e pleasedl G(Jr-neral hi-,,es l., l- .spiit' i I ...-. fi -
Joinr in 5as ,'s n-inffna:r of the. 'fi (tf ltce'nemi-er.,
His abilities, loiver rr, are of a Ir w i-r'ler. Ay.oi-b
Khan, biothber of Yakol.'. i. little knoiwn' in C':\bu',
but has the character rf h-t%. l-rtn" an'1d i ac-:.
He has appani:ntly giv-' no pro f :.,[t eh!i!it in bli
government of Heral, whiire, aceor)iins: to latest' re-
ports, he ia Ilnir-sl I' i?-".i I-r' e. on c be l "s w'ia io,!, .
Abdurrab.o.n, son ,- it Si i-ldler li r th.:r 1,; S "o A%,
was well known in ab(> (h iil V1 ,- n- iihle? co;,-
mander. Of late ll yr ; he I as 1el':n a refriLee in
Russian Turkrstan ad fi i -asioner ; f lb1 etl'a-ian
Government. It is Li-r-ved lit (-'at ra l tthrat hIe rilli
man ke an effort to re-.,' r It,' p.lii;,cil life.' t i;n tL.t
has gIready crossed tl, Om()x.;. II,- hi',a alw-.vs be-en
popular wilh lhe rrniy. aind wiv ul. I ,in)aldy fiu-
suppolters at 'abul. ( u SL,-.-,' Aii's rri l -uce'?s,
be asked and was -graitd on ,izIlt'nu inu India, Irit
he did not avail himself oi it. There is no reason
to regard him ac3 an enetmy, bui .lotit.,ri tu .(.LIsia
would rather draw hini ri that O ir(-c-,thIr. It .. 1!
an idea of Sir LouiG C ianit'lii i bL.-ihi, I-e ac-
quieseence of ihis mnanr in Y at :ia-' iu- t' Y l'c al ii':g
him the Governorship of Candaibar.,

Among the correspo.i.le cre eintainc. i.1 the r' "
gently publishd- B :. n are -' ri- i.
comments of Gc-n. Rob-. r cn th O- H ..'tniV.iines- ''
Russian gold and H Fus;iarn wavstc? iin "1 1' nI.o? indi-
ea'ing Ibe i-. timnae relaLiorns :,I it e i. :zr ,nil te i
Jate Ameer. I hbave, r're;re i.ii Le p;e '.ne" '
Russian coin naidt watre in Ca'ul La ecii, -n,-ri oftih?
growing couIrnctiou b,?htS. -.,:n Ri,.si -..n- i ..';ba. i"-
rtan. I am unable t..i h.-d pI oof to.;t ;--: C'z i's c in
ans introduced in nany oth, r ;'say ;t-a t.s : I'thi- uialh
channels of rade. It i qiuiut., r. ibic tl i it th' i., ulk
.f if, if Lot ine wbcle c iint- ii ; la.y hy tliti
means, the accutuilati.on of ir-igr n :u'.l in p.irtliu-
lar being consideral.,le lia this count( ii, whe';r" little
gold is coined. Ne-.-crlbelc--s, it scems to lue an
('rii,_ ud ac- t t il-,i the -ia tutr: i C.ii i.'L r,a. .-r. in
ciarc la ioni ,ou!l le -'.:. I .ags'. N o. Ics. I-ri 'n I':,'1
gold pieces viere: fouLi ,iuong the Ain,:--i's tiicni S-;
alone ; similail coins ar.:e xceedingly cmarmon4 in tlhe
city ,bazaar, and great n .ln' i cof lhei l ia e kt, ..'-"ii
io be in r lle ion ,f.-the ir'ia- O. eci.r.S-2
Englishb go ds of .l Li-ids rIrc. i-.nliiul biu te--h,
is inevitable, ar! inilarly \.tb a coui:ii-.-r. l. I.":,
of Hindo merchantai s.-ttil iia the ':ie--but Rus.i.:IU
;:oods also abound, (j!Ais, c,'r.:ek :y & !:?. '.,
and many other thin-ls which se-tn to 'be .'.
more easily procuurail shem inailiq rba:; front ii un.-.-
.-ian territory, a-ire to loe inun, i ,:i a i';'-; iia', t l,' .
A labit tou, -.-~a3 t-. -La ,' h. r f:' ; i' .
the Siidas and oIthers o sian cut, Ruseian hbuit ,n, RuH i -.i.: boo;F, ai:'i tlei
like. Russian.u good.] u- "i: s s see: in
I! l., to h-;r- e I ,'coml'.. IL'? fu- .ll n in.'i A i : ,, i. i tl'

i.: cIC VEiY Of CTI FiXING ( F C"LT! i.LT:,' STI P.
The Monihtr, of MN-:tliniqu-?. pjrinti, :an intele.t-
in t n i n' l l.t tl-o finline otf -.n anch...r be aging. ; toi
the S!hi;, niit-.n w,-hicb ('Li tophc,' _'ti ,,l,.'.U rilh d
on li third] c ,-ov t-' f i.;f'ov '' to thi N'-'. Vt'r! 10.
(.n bthe nicl.t of A ugu-_t 1, i '.,'-, sa'- t hi .-' ifwfl p
the .mail flt hnd came ic tin :'-hcbor it the sO.n'.
western csxtr-inity of th a Isl':ni of T'riid.i'v'l. .
v.-hih the nr-raict-r I' id git"-n ltip n a e.l- f .\l ;'c.,"-
P inil. '; "--.I.;lnioi In :iii;" i' te. thani (' -'u tim V
who was a very I'-'or 1e'-tpn r. au,-'ni,., v hui.rd ai
friahtful noise, appattli ty cirminrc- frorn :hb io-inb,
Rushing on deck ie- saw i rolli,. ,,,a.:.d him -a w''tt:
as buge ias a miountaln, which thnrea tr...-j 1io su .-
nre.- e the l(et. A-ll Lands tliou'!t th.t i lat hi luu
bad come but the oniy 'atunlie i susta;ii,!-i was tic:
loss of one l01 the anchors of tl-: .Lxd:irl'.a -.hip
T'he l.ig wave was cenia-d by :the ?-- ,a -n 2. w .-il:.:-
of one (.f the rivers that em(j .y i;c:in w.'...a into 11..
oGunit of Parir, the ex-i.-ece i:, which wa. uriknotvsi
to the discover. TL"' incident i. mntiLi'ntdi i't
the narraliveof the voya.;-e '.i-cq c'iahed b ,:d t u ib-; F -.
dinando, ('olumbuis' son. Tbins hintrolical ainc-h.'
has been found after all lhese ,:,;ntoiI'.? '- Sesnor
Agostiuo, th- owner of Arm.n a-. Point. ai. v' ;
1,11l 0 pound. and is ciol derihlt l-'.y p ''e ,' "-
Senor Agostino found it while tn'.:kin ao\e t' c
rations in his garden. This gard-., :p.-.u e:L At.

measurement, .ippeair'-- lto occlu.y the p.oce 'i-
where rdc e Ti e hipi of the ;a,! t: r .n iri'1-- in i'.it
The inder at i lst tul.o h1' tren..,uro trov l. r a Pra. i
ciana anchor, but upon sat -n iic! -L : af on ,-
found the da eof 1407 oa th: sci-k!:.

The either dcly I,-ron Veiln l 'ii c.- ,, a lp,,,pi:
in the Prtssian , Sitli, (ilic'i- na ea-ciii;.
before the A- socialion of Soier'o at Fp-rlin, r'i"i .
- 'The 'Fn speaker began ly ;i ving t. r ici-.' .it-:c i ,ed -
thealre of war, and ilhn a:m t .. '" it
following manuer .-
England is acrc lcii '.,;o' i- '.i- fi0- -
gp rat work .f C :.;-tIn'ot ;. in
parts of IhL, u :i ; ,d i .,';"c to Ii:- -. l ni -. !: ,
length of lime. W'h: i;'r-ii -v ;il Enn'Ia
has aecoumplish.-d ltr tca.-k ct c'lI:u re, I-,:!, h in t h
Cap" and in N:als IEn,.- n, '- !'., i- ,'':
bc-en auly ssuppt iifiSnt f: Gu-rn if;. -, .i; ., ;. ;!.i
the Kaffils have up to imas time "eis ,i ,);V ...lire
at civili:irg; tbeir, :,.. y 0i, a-7 ai. ti ,
lan>1, hoit ve '-', !i ."i.'- l !U, car'ul' ta'-' .'- ,n .
CKl-ir tail-c. I.I 1 .,.', J" i 7 i
t riansvaad w'-r .ie it' ."

1' is :,i tl i t .' v'. '. i :
1IS '79 numbered ," ',i c ,:-s ',i !,.z'.>i v-t a .7-, .
au iln ciae -'as of <(li the I-l:i i '.t.i-I ''i
lrilihA vresei- li, u i i'u (.' a -
1 73 t e o i-i i ':: ..' :. i .
l. ,-ss th. an I net ye a.*. 'ii u: i- -c: ,-
d car .- w. '"'. n A I.-. w
aLi t thue, -i-.c a it i.'. nut' '. i ," ,* -,-,
l i ia ,.- .: 'J, I.. ': -
v2 E~ii '. i ic-'"' ,- a, a no ; ,, ..-.. i. ..- ,-a .. -
I -, I i. -. J i ta i ;., '. .

' i .. a i: in a t t i c I i n i i ; L -
"' N event ini ','' suitl L' I-o ii i-,; li ..-. thu'.!
with the rogue is, tlai tLi: 'F. s iL .y 1.: ii e,.

i .[ :. :P -.E '. r i. i N[.Y l
/Z LIT LA N 1)P.
LC, ,' ai ; I .': [ .i '-' .-n. ,? for Z .i -
lan.-Id1 ei- nim lyv fio':rd 1or .J.L.r-i :23,. Her ?'1 .j1 ?ty
wui'l rlI.ik i i r fir (h;ermanr',i one of the .Unionn
ne "hii- ; i i (',ilmn "S ort' :.. ,,c, .-'m: nie'i onal by
ir- T .ti'ii i' i-. '-r hf- .i .,a!-' ii i'' M n'l quii' s ,', .. of h th'. liine de -i-'.iannl Wal by Sir Eve-
Iyn n,]' L -,' W ,o.. yS-'-eral ldi b-, 't, -"idovb-n
Prf W.o' '.ia sini-.: in Ithe war, will -h'o take pirt in
the min:-i nful i-,urnr hbut ith ir inui'm er is .-xtrpri'e-
IV limilld. The Gerriian -il! ploceetd directly to
the iA'np, wit iicatt stoppi ng at St. Helena. she
will renmnin three days a:t Copa' Town and bthe
s'. ? -r W;A'-, rc'rinz ril t i rw towa'ds [ibe
r'.. i .A\lil. After restinii? sone dav in Le co.lo-
ny the E-rampress Eueni, will (ravel by land to the
v. il~-e ? Ity lv i', the sc r 4ne of the sail n lid4 sastr.
.\h.lit *I f,-r bit will be nrelcd fir .tis part of her
jo,. r-y which .vili i0 e o ar'an'apd thatF Her MI jea-
Iy, will ';i.:ii Ih' donia wh tee theo Prince [.11 on
thin il!-f..ed lit Jnp,' ar.d at the very hour of Ibe
tru'-'..- and the *ki-ith. On Juno *3 the Enip-,-:-
.ilH i:ret, on bire honme\ard .toute. turingi in ano-1
their cf the Unin CoAmpnny's s teamers- but il-3
rime a few hours will lie p 'iit atit St Helena. Her
Mj'.isly \'ill return to Chisolburst on July "'8
hea i i.' Encisbh servant of the. late Prince 1l fi'--
ial! wIll be iu n otf canee on the Linpres.a during
the whole of the journey to iZuliland and back.

ni in "lip[-.'] his p:n into the ink arid began
L-'vely ci-rPetli.r i feel n''yvlf a dammed."
i Lt,. ain't pr'.per ,'" i,.' lis fatlhr.
NT i in'ti ij-ed,' oberve1 :aim, 1h:l.1in!i
ti 1 I -'rr up th.- light, it's sh'inaid !' 'Ther's?
a -lot i'-ere--t I r~ii' s Isl ara liI.'
\V.-rr v :*a i,' <;uiil M-.r. WV*-.-," o (n.'
'' nl'%- 'i ai,'talnmei, al .ol c i.a'iry cir--I fe:,'-
wo l : li s w er,:- word is."'' ai'. S .i, scr.ate.lii' his*
bhend wi'h his pW'n. in ,riu ;attemplits to remember.
Cin inrri ven di. -.erhtiapP.". suggnai-' ll Mr. W eO.ler.
NO ; ;t nin' tBat, ;aii ln : CircLuiscribedl,
tbat-' it."
V.i;', p'aphs it's a more tenderor word. Go
on Sarim ty. '
Ferl i'nysyelt Psnhamner, and completely eireum-
scribe in i du--. ing of you, foi you are a nice gil,
and n- bhing i,'t i.."
STin To,..., in ,r'rv nice s nti.m-nt." flid !he elder
Mr. Viiles Wot I ike in th, it cre stfli' of wri-
!;a is. that t..i e? aii't n-o e lli inanmes in it- no
'e,v- ns. ni.n ur,ilting i:,' th t kind; wo's the gnod
a'' Calliri' a y.anr : ' a Wenus or an angel,
:-:riv Drive on. Sammy."
.- Alkoe I yolu, I. thought all rWomen w:a alike ;
but now' I fiind wLatt n lea'l:.r soft-healed, ink:-red'-
hI u I trrip) I in ast bai' l-e1 n. (cr there ain't nobody
like- ib ucI I like you better than nolbinm' at
all, I though._ t.> rake than raytlhnr strong," said
.- ; i,.- iu '.p .
Mr. \Weller nodded and Sa'r resumed. "So I
lake the :.ririli'L.: of the day, Mary, my dear, to,
tell .nu ,hat tI hi!ehl iiand only time I see -lm, your
lik':e: as. wai t.ok on my bhat, i n mich quicker time
an'. briabter c.l"rs. (than ever a likeness was taken
y thi. protul i hen, aflliough they put. the frame
and:] .. on eomipli-te in tv o iniitutes and a quar-
ter. A;--jt. : cm as y7iu: vaienainie and think over
. .att 1've said. 1.1iY dlar M'lrv, I will now con-
c1 Ide T. That's :!."'
'- ';"s t.'t cr n slidden r pull up, air'L it, Sam.
Not a bit on it," said She'll vish there
7'o m are, ,an, ti't's tle treata. art of letler-writiu.i
I (.1 Inow at to siln iw."
Si.zn i-Vell-r. said tle o'!'es. proprietor of
thati ni,' ".
don'tt do," said Sam, -" nevei siga a valentine
with VoIn o n, name."
ign it Pil-.:r:ick ., then."
Th' e very tbhi,.'"' ai Sa, : - he wrote
Your lotve-sick
And'- h v:n, ..' ...: K it.. in a ver- i.ntriclte? iannl'-r.
si- -~z t ti. i'v->ow''i-hi il direction in one coi vr : 'To
SMary. H-us.iadni," Ntr. Nupkin's layiors, Ips-
wi-; 01\O1E..
--.h. :-cg'"-il-_..

TilE I'. IFIC T) N OF ZU LU L. N 1).
L wi i' (.- ( h: ,.h," T" ::,' t;.. ('. -,%!1r % '. :- "Aa n;'. 'i .! h
ha.; Y en P.-il a i nri.-t 'i. ch;'icC of si .e3 a.n m ilp .-
ini 50ir Ganet \ 'ol'.-Ilv's measures for the fluim- '
gov'rln'?Ulent of Z'u aiiad, ni.] as onr G'vernrnenI.
havee anlso beewn severely .lttal;ed on th e score if tIhe
irb'!,, an;a iity of bthe ite war, I -houll I.,, '-), 1i:-'._ if I
yen would ul.tlih the following ; hoi t exti .:,t ' I
a Il IoNr I receive a few weuks ago from a 'nlstii I
in Naial who hi.s lived the greater part ol his lire
within .20 iiiles of the Zrulu frontier, and \'who Ii'.a
lately been travelling in Zolularnd for the punipoiec
of buying cattle :-' I travelled from Po L Pearson
almost as far as Ulundi by the coast roal to Point.
Duriiford, and returned to Natal by 1Ro)lie's Drift.
Everywhere I went I fouud that all thbe yoniag ui-en
;.ere getting married and settling down to a quiet
life. The regiments have ceased 'l) exist, and the in:n
AePm ashamed to own that thev ever bloniged to any
regiment, and pretend to folrgt the names if them.
The vomen are loud in their praises four sollie-rs.
They s..;y, yo.u coaji'lured u; atnd yet you kille'l
none of our .umern and chi!riren. I.iurnt but lew
kraale, and to...k but a. rc-i y small amount of our
cattle. They evidruily c..nutrasted ou ltehavinur
hvita that which they knew would hare been their
soldiers' had they ever iL.;.igd to oveiinun Natal."

&atiodais en fei- for a double wedding. -The
} cnrig Gankwar himself bha married a Piineess of
I Tanjore family, and thb,} boy Rajah of Sawant-
it ihas espoused little Tatabai, the daughter of a
former Gaekwar and peerle sJumurinbai." tier
father Kuuderno Ga.ikwar di,-d tine years agoo,
without heirs. luIl his wifo.:, the beautii'ul Jumn.i-
bai, delared herself en'ie'ile', andt, throx'ing' herself
on h-.e protection of the British Residency, wag
carefully looked tip for pe'veral monthh. During
this tim? all Barnio was in suspense; but at last
the child was born-a girl. Bitter was the grief of
one half the State, but uubounded the rejoicing of
the other. Mulhararo, brother of Kundera,, was
formally installed n iaekran',, and for his attempt
to poison the British Resident was soon alter as
formally dethroned. Meanwhile, the baby born in
the diuing-room of the British Residency, under a
double sett of hbilt- and bars, and under double
guards-lor neither party could trust the other
vith sole charge of thb mnother-has grown up into
a sweetly pretty girl, worthy of hrer beautiful mo-
ther, and bn caring wife for such a good-looking,
gallant yonug Prince, as the Englihb speaking and
hard-riding Rajah of Swaintvadi. The boy Gac.k-
war himself, Syaji IU., .s a frank pleasant manner-
ed youth, who has enjoyed the- great ad rantages of
an excellent English education and the constant
advice of Sir T. Mailhava Rao, Prinme ,Miuister of
Baroda, and "'guide, philosopher, and friend" of
its ruler.

If the "Great," Co
in the Southern bemi
would prove an inter
to our cele-lial vis
however, been expetC
duo-' till I'.ill .: D -D a
will uol return b.,foi
the great comet of 1 "
declared to be the m-
not excepting those o
pear before th year
comes or not, the sou
of the uieiht is now u
ju it ing,., Saturn i
the kinc- of Ibe connt
1ii.n, with Taurnsi'
Iaog Star on the loft.
t-ractive too, owina, tc
.,fi Mars t, t le Plein.
i'i planet cau n<..;v Ih
uand in Aimoont as brilli
the corr'o.;'ondiLg g
iHyadoe-'. VWith or '.\
the pi esent'es:

NOt a land f l,Owin
1. 1 ..I .., ,. 1 .-

HI ,, ..',t th,: ti 1, ,..t liil m onni iy l.ibla ,i ffli ,,,a- !. u
tr'rlt uvith I,- ann 1 .a i, e-' a -, r" ., i.-,n tnalitn a r'nades,, of
.pr,: ._ ,:' ,,! ilh.- r,.-, : )- c -' ." ti h.sman,'r'.,l- L t hiot, faa il'in ,, .i',^lr.c, ot i
ra -. v- ?., i w. :-im t i tt. bl,.-..ii' .-.' oh a ]hoinnc w while th at w aIt il on life
ril ',llv !a '- "h h ofn WE brp.e.z S l, \w-here theI
.. wHlile th.- moon with
( '. ", '1 ei'' es the w ..J m trav .l r: arnJ ,i it, raise i -n the I
tl -., rlih, u ht ,,r tic it ht in; like ,o ini- l'' ., i i :' 1. a-t i t ,
i 1 ne i r i l 1 i' ruins; wa ".- .1 byI a '.
Sll.i, h e wi il ', ncl.mnoll Ioiwe, th- sanvann l .: an be, ) linger in
lul,., ,r upon th., m, nni in l l',.0.i, -- w h th. ll, t n lue, o.trs ot a
w in ,. ,-.- t !, is a ,-tt,':v.I h- i.h arrt, t he .a t to .:t i ,h
tua (-]. rin r .. tin t ,aucctI'-',. l Jdw' in.ella-,l e -ns l-,i a whii :St
I r- i t b il,:r, u r.1 ,tin prii 'c'i
bta",,,trl! W l... ?, iii,%'t_' in ; h ti '.e t',rl-' t, t o..! .,ri n- h i' i ,'nd 1
1 .; E i!, ',,Ui th e 1 ae ,-,n '. i t .h !.lI f 1..t rni 1 1 1 ,1
t -c ai tnt en t hc l-ld tla-a i -ht with a na'-
i !, <' 'on t ile , i wva ,.., h e !,... ,. th i- N ,lt. W h, re h,1. .,,
,.iv tno1 ailsdiatanl .ttra ,ivin,,w- th- e lan'ia i' .o ir,., of r hin ,
T!,.. ,! a,- /i ht. !' .o !i:r, so !..' awavy-- ii.y t" c tar -l ithan
lt ,i. 1i -' ,' i -' .li'at-'.'" eyev-', tIe lyo,.I-c aner:,i .
".- !.,ir a. hl ,,-a ,!-ilst rhc rone.s ,,I th I. ,i. at tm ,- 'li yoi pr-zr .-'
i I **ic-I owet' -'vari't > l n
roi-,,.s -.- tlIy hIlcnIal i i il ,i I 1. h, when the ",i h owI,_., ',-ihu
hii oninl ,f th,? elamor,, mr illitnl- re no here ruins are no t,
In lInal.,1. and howers o
A' l t ;r n :i..l.-n in ',n r brij !t lo, .-lin an 'i-,l, eAl'e "ly n. A l
pli,"ln n .ll .' v',th i ,- _, ,' ',.i ai:'.'y ra,'ii al.anr i h % on
ilnrt" 'li.ihi llt iht oll Itr a ofai r ct 'ut ,h hola ..vilimne, t rank and h
a, iii o ,a b e ti. e 'l a(-. N ht -. y our c lus hoe l f h.lll n iti. 'r with t
ya 1' 11 vh r i .: -le.u- --. tn t v'.ain so ma i C: :c l oma i'M b, a
.- :, ,i,' a n,! ; ,,:.r t.-n ",bv y l .utt r .a ir,,nl d, andi '.1 i-
i, i '..,,i-n i, _.lP-i:- hina .r .... i ,w n'n I t 'l p'oii it 'ient-i w r. a n ,n
e-iom I vour sky--vlien n ti,- H.i W crs have faucl 1 thi.:- 'i4 e, i lii, l,''
la '" i 'h-r1, th ,i Vill tle in i "r i t lthe l r;i I, itii l alt,_
LON-...- t ho.,,._ -- nor- i ,- l tn 'tin all tho w rl. ph. i,,o ri oas, bu i very

i ,, the, i n, sa sn to:ie :we to) often Ia.,l of t h t- lin d luxury
Wii.,tcr ,. w .ll,', v;.hr ,..',.r i nnd caumelty', anti | al ,i i i n
tui tt a l ol ei' i I
ini ..- l 1-iner -,i 't,--!rlri\j --liti--,a th.i- li Xl,. -.'!il, uoi:-s s' I 'i. la. i': n
S .- t ,, i t i. a
!,_,r!h. t, ,in ..! t,!e. .l .: r: .d >r ithh ..rgh a

i! 'I' t un:--'- s la n w,:,n :.' fI-' A at-a tl
.. ,., i ne : i : ,l ..-!' a. in .v'i. ,-,. tI' i i n l. it't l il
.- i -'! ,I,. '.!, i .l '. i ,.,' r .i r i 'ry rai In la: ii t. 0C t I 9

I I I.-: hti; rhI, i
: ,' .' I I .*! i i' ", '-.: V ,.111 I .1 .'. ,

l ,' :th!:." t i Ifu i-sia t I ,' i r t .i:' .I ;c i.I t i ii h r n ,',t-,, ,

S. '.' ic"\\ thi'e I'i l' '- '.l :ni a. i,'i"i ;.,p joy, in y th;'o d .
atn i Up- .I ; 1- i. 1 -in '.! ,'- .h une '.:ia .' .r the'lr. -rii n e
S'. 1 l; -1L theit' neuomo ri :'es I of ho ie, 7
-S,.ih.- !ii,..r- t:'a' or Si -,:,ir-v'.' j. i t. T i' l ,Vl/ ac ; ii 'l a ''Ii
h ..i,,..- ,,! i,.,v -.- !

,c-i i, di t. tiliti.:. _.i i r: taih -
I :I i -. a ti i i, na- '.i-., tI l i l '. i '
in !| It ':,'' .i ,) .. w ". te : 'i' > i i: l, .. l) i,"l'. '

n ., -,el' niv t- he ina eienories of ; :lioi a e, a -
Afll h. ,- ... 0." !:k. -ua.. i r-. r -oA
rl' I. l at ; c. unl 'i -1i".. -- t i

.u t .. :. t i, itl 'a I
I.-.. uc t i ... i)'i'i:-:i Mir,r' -

St 'i ; ... .- a it -2 : ) a t 5's' D."o n-
:. {tc i,. a, il ,r,, iri l., i ,t -., u t tt (.,. 0. : -c' -- _: '? -
-:, ,I'i t .i
E A .'

i~ '- f,- ., aLt- i I- I1

tear ,'i.., , O lti:;.iet i .m, u^ aua ii zud w i b, ; resui h y wAh ich a l

v'c;.rn ilA-id div te-tice C-'2Ctin~iOO.

rnert \hch has been observed
sphere should come north it
,estling and welcome addition
itaint. No great comet hay,
ite tLhi year. Halley's is nol.
.i'S, which nppeatedi in 153,
e he thhirty-eigh h century and
S61, which sir John Herschel
ost brilliant be had ever sepn,
,f I 111 and 185S, will not reap-
2'200. But cbet her the enmet
athern sky in the early hours
aniusially brillIant. Jupiler is
d.isin anl shabrdlo, but Ori'n.
illation, is cro-i';e IThe mra ri-
in th, r eight .ian the glowing
The Bull is particularly at-
Sthe reni'arkiably near approach,
]es or Serven Si t1r.. The lu-
2 seen jun, b,?low that group.
ant an Idehriran at the he .d of
niun inr Taiuruis k;iown %as the
,ilhouti. th'i ometiu tin hea veril at
rre mrnie than "* p.-si!.g, glance.

". with ililk and honey ; not a
niil v'in.'y;ar ''I -:utlern st;ien ,
rince(-. ,I Spani-h I lance?s anl'
-o. i.,l trl i n u -- u.T i k | '; : ii ze"
Iso l. N.-,t a lan iI of frra int
ii ightinlL'alt inPirn ti his ii3at(,
lh r train of sn t.tllin-,i in stately
ark 1 i1,1e *L ine, I itli:.^ th'..' l, l
I.- rhiii'.- [l,:'Veri l),,e romantic
i:dl florv.'i,, [ .I.: n ', ,r*i stt.riiern
.the .,i :-tvi:' on theo l a.inks i! tlho
M o ill.- AI ; 1ivo-r- %iiiji,. !iDo-4 arn '
i' i 4 il!i jig th'i ir l u't- w iVlli ;ii
i-et:rnityv woul-l I,,., rno siort, aid
- h t too u :ig. N'jt thi,. hitt a
)w-%, I, ,-o. i. i,, nt in-topi ail't
ir- of .1 ,I :.ine.- .hIt is na-ver
it of t:hi in ieV.-,r u !.li ; of '."is."antic
,triealii's, iol aml wat'rl:nlls, nudl
it S-eet'iI to ilcrai-r .- anl- iouil-
. ihiirouvhi the, country. A liknd
i. to naltim. and nothincr to mlan
ind th.:- ni.htiiL l d "' song i- u1111n-
Sr'l.-s m yiv li, r-.. 1.1 se-'irtily p:eol .i,', llrl prijl.:'i ,
hon.-L't an. l e. l ri .-.iupl,- and
io.pit'ilil'- until a i-'vy will coInne
i-1 v,'orli which -.eks1 then lor'e
.11r, i:v uiv: thil:' .f- tilt oI rthat
in ilh-n th.'iv' i -t lier-t',--a
inith, h.. i uirihi' ,l ...i s cf pii'I ),', '
i,il', il.i y... -;i 't l,.-volin A Iand.
;,n're', an!l tr.iveii.- is lonI .*rnd
.-. tn. .\ lir-i iiot tpa::;ipere- l
y of the a0 YV the .-',iander.:nIi ol
dI v.ini', purple anil fine linen ;
ealiti:, wliopre w:Valtn is rear, amd
. i libor na l 1 toil. A In!
i a; en.-t iron-i'hnuil and lItll ifl
i;tt ret l4 in i a i-i. llIi '' f olf
S f.iuind.tiin wl'-iie there. i n t O
in' .-ii. pliortii o! tIhn I.,' i r'. the
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iM )N' NA sails 'ITutsdli'y Jiany. 27, at 5 g.m.
W I '". I)N. iN i i--: T'uesdaIv P.-by. 3, It 10 l.n.m.
V'!IZON \ .;,; T'Tue.liav F bP, y ) 0,. -jt 5'.
W\VY< ,I[N,; ill TuiSi,.l:lv Feliv. 17, "at 10 .i.m..
MA NT %N- \ siils 'l'Tue.I v .l ar h 2, ni. 9 a.m.
\V1ISi' O N SIN s-:iilslnus' iyNy MI-reh 9, at 3 p.tu.
A I [IZi)NA\ ails 'iedayv Marchi 16. at 9J a.m.
W\Yi) INt sailst 't'ruslay .n\iarchi 23, ait 3; p.m.
NE'V. i.A stils T'uesday MIarcIh 30, at. S,.
Thie above SteamerO are !uniliL expressly lfor
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheaad;a, and
carry experienced Ollicers, Surgeons and iteui-
artle-ses. ''he Saloon Accomnnmodationsare un-
surpassed by any .Atlantic Stcainers, and the
State Roonrms ar ol main deck opening into tlie
Saloon, thuu seemiin that great conifort iln
ocean travel, perfict i'enillution and light.
Smokinr itooini, a;,itli Ioom aand Piano on
each Steaonmir.
TIhe i. S. '"lail .ai-Stea'ier li'erniuda' from !er-
mi .dzi, 'l'hurs.lda:'s, generally al ives at New York
on Monday, and P 1a-.s.nerms' baggagee can ihe
irai-lerred direct to tih Liverpool Steariier sail-
ilr i :.% i d.y.
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29 Liroalw.y. y, New York.
Nc,.v York, January 15, 1IS0.

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SI 1MEL-El' TOLET 'VI.'NE;AR. a ijla.san
l :nhic a'.1d ri ,.ii-li 3.ijnillel !o thile T,,ilr alld
I'a!h, a r( vjvin;1 -ce t; anl a tIpn .. m i'iil diiniileclant,
For warn m lianeii -; ei i i ivaluahIble.
RIl \,EiL'- C ELEiil.ATE .) L1 VENDER
P IMI\EL':' UlMI! I I\Pi'?_OVED ;') RI \
\\'AT EFH.
S1'M '.I L'.- JO('F.i' C I t. .nii other Ira-
Z aill Pert 1ii p .
I P I\'lL'S. LI\i P. IIO E and GL'YCERIN'.
g,.ye's lie h:,ir a be u |ilul glos, and iniparts an
a1 t .-.r l.4i.- (,&o.i ii'45 i>t ? itIhe itl.
\L1IOND, LETTUCE, COAL-TAR, and oiliher
'oilet Soaps in bar: or cake. !
RO:F.i-LEA and other TOILET POWDERS, in
box,-, barrels and pail;ket.,
H 1 EL'S \QUL[DEN'I'INE clean whilens
ain. r -'eserv- the I-vet, re!hec!es the moilth, and
sweet li c thlle brcth. i
nial Air pririller, ii friirrant Powder which diff'ies'
l it- l -A i, liv amnd ref eti iiiig e n.itions i' ltie Pine
an'! Einci.lypin;i Fmol s.
E I I' .il .L. Perfl'unior by allpoinlin iilt to it. It.
!!. Princes., or"' \rhls, ;\ i., Sli trari, L ndoi) n, and !
[ toulev'-I rd oil's liTiij Paris
May r 7, 1'79.

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Specially iiepaired for 1I 1ot CliIna'tvs in hermeti-
cally c!,,s i tins of all size-, ini sninall keyse- aUnd
ii ti'l:iin ;'lile e:.;!-ril-- o t!Y celebrate..l lra.ind
11now '.x:f't."th I ,-,tr 0,-,0 IJ li..
'T .. i (. Nt.'Ht, iti -.'er Iair -, Depot,
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-n la j' .ined rT' !im the.
P',' '; t *% &I k q.
PU/LXK /Xy.u:1N 6 ti.-'P. '-
of Lotd!on,
,iie o e Ili )or.--;, t lstabli.hel and W 'V althies
ncey ii" i reit 0: >; W :.
Through lie t' .A 1NCI "l' t.L ;I, thesc
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ini~itOi, Sepl r &th,, 1 i h5G. Iyat
t ia.uiltoll, Septemnbr 91h, 1.'.56.

J-. & IA. timsion's

,..'.l!r TCl for ienirlv a eP:ifury pa- t, ;i. of the very
u't :I Ib'.,h 'n 'tnIIIrf. for its purity nal great.
rv ccil *n i lk II ). inep lie follow fi {La
L.- I,. F, 19 PA-i3, 1SiI7. ConnovA, 187-2
LIMA. T:%. VIENN4, 1673.
o,1lywuli Med iI for Einglish Pcrfiinaery, Par;i 1S78

.'ifk'inson's Choice Perfumes for
th/. Handkerchief.
\V'ite iPome. Franlgirianrlc, 'lIang Yiang,Stephano-
li '. Opopan;,a ], Jockc, i (lub), E ?ouqi(uet,
T'revol, Ula'.;nolia, Jasniin, Wlood Vio-
let, (G'ld NMedal,
Ani .ill oilier odoiurs, of the finest quality only

A T Ki I N S 0 N S,
Gold M edal Eau de Cologne
ii stro,'gly rtecomir ended, being more lasting ail -
fragrant than ihe Germin kinds.

A, T K I N SO N 'S
Old Brown io indsor Soap,
cel.ebnraed for so iu:riy year. cowinunes to be .ilade
as heretofore. It i strongly Perfuined, and will be
f,nund! very durable in nuse.

and( (tiher special iies aii(f genei al arlicl-esof Perfu-
mery mny be obinnlcd ful'all dealer. throughout the
WVorld, ll.i of the danufaciiarern,
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C',UTION.--,src J;. & E. .TKIISSON mIalnil-
facti Le thlleir aniicle, of' rie anJ ihe best quality
only. PIurchicer'n are c.iulinied to avoid counter-
leils by obserinig t!hAi 'ach article is labelled with
lhe Fiiin 's- rati, Maril, '" a While Rose on a
Golden Lyre:" 'pri'ltel in evrn colours.
April i, I'-:7,- I ,i, I!

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JuncLion r, ', ri,.n It iit,-.n ( oteli., tares
this mi-thl ol 0!. ia Ikin.i ils- iii'. ndils hand t.he piub-
lie *'ne'ale l f.:, 1i' ."' ur, .Is, and h um ifly soli-
cits a co1tl l iiotnu ; '- Oft ,. ll-. ...

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MI. of'2ad inst. due

Palini Sulflay -

[IE IN-.RMU &A ROVi.L '1At2. E'iaTt is publi1ie-d
e.v ryiTur-day by iorW n., MlPiem I.EE,
-. er i.. 1 t., c .u1 -- .,!ost Excelllent
j .ast,
No,'t-tn e-t C- :..,.i: Tt a4 It 18sa ,. Bi aiaM.y Streets

whi;.-io hi.;..', i.: .-:d-I-lls, &c., will be
p nj-ad at o?. &-aortest oticee.-Agents,
at :,,. '-.U'..r e.3 fur the .,c l Gas-ie,
Mesars..u GEORGE BOVLt & SoON, Vest End
V'aier Street.






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