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: VID00012
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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No. 12.-Vol. ZII. STATE SU UPER AS ANTIQUIs. Ss. per Aps.

lHam ilton, Berstsud1, Tuesday, Mlardch 23, I SO.

THE ZULU ARMY. I doctored beast is then killed it is cut into sthips,
ITS FORMATION, STRENGTH, &c., &c. powdered with medicine and taken round to the
Smen by the chief medicine mmn, the soldiers not.
Kindly compiled for this Gazetfe, from a pamphlet touching it, with their Lands, but biting a piece
published by direction of the Lieut.-General off the strip held out to them. They are then dis-
Commanding the Forces in South Africa-by one missed for the day, with orders to assemble in the
who took part, in thn recent war in that country. morning. The next day, early, they all take eme-
The Zulu army which may be estimated at from tics, form a large circle of regiments and are
-10 to 50,000 men, is composed of the entire nation again dismissed. On the third day they again form
capable of bearing arms. a large circle of regiments a e then sprinkled with
The method employed in recruiting its ranks is medicine by the do, tors, and receive their orders
as follows :-" At short intervals, varying from 2 through the chief oicer of state present, perhaps
to 5 years, all the young .te, wh, have, during that receiving an addre-s from the King, after which
time, attained the ape of fomteen or fifteen years, they start on their expedition.
are formed into a regiment, whih!,, after a year's The order of march of an expedition is as fol-
problntion, during which they art supposed to pas. lows :-Previous to marching off the regiments re-
from boyhood and its duties to manhood, is placed form companies, under their respective officers, and
at a military kraal or head-qluarters. In some ithe regiment, selected toi take the leal, advance
ata th'i arey sbnt to an alread.-y existing kraal, The march is in order of companies for the first
wli,.hi. itl,. of a .cOrp or r,:iment day, after which it is continued in the umvila (or
of which they thel.n become part. ; inu others, especially path) the intervals between heads of columns vary
when the young regiment is numerous, they build according to circumstances from several miles to
a LAw military kn:ra. As the regiment grows old within sight of each other; constant communica-
it. generally Las one or more r.cgiments embodied tion is kept up by runners. The march would be
with it, so'that the young men .ay have the beue- continued in this order with the exception that the
fit. of their elders experience, and when the latter baggage and provision bearers fall in rear of the
gradually di. out, may take their place and keep column on the second day; and the cattle compos-
up the name and prestige of theiir military kraal. ing the commissariat are driven between them and
In this manner corps are formed, often many thous- the rearmost regiment, until near the enemy.
and strong, such for instance as the Undi which The order of companies is then resumed, and, on
numbers 9,900 men. coming in sight the whole army again forms an
Under this system, then, the Zulu army had umkunmbi (or circle) for thle purpose of enabling the
gradually increased until it cousi:ted of 12 corps Commander-in-Chief to address the men and give
and two regiments, each pressing its own mili- his final instructions, which concluded, the differ-
tary kraal. The corps necessarily contain men of cut regiments intended to commence the attack do
all ages, some being married and wearing the head- so as shown below.
ring, others unmarried : some being old men scarce- [We cannot copy the figure as given. We may
ly able to walk, while others are hardly out of say in explanation that, in attacking, the Zulu
their teens. Indeed, five of these corps are now army generally advances in cerescent form, the pro-
composed of a single regiment each, which has ab- sections extending beyond the enemy; in the mid-
sorbed the original but practically non-existent die or base of the curve is a hollow ellipse; before
regiment to which it had been affiliated, this the chest of the army, confrontingg the enemy),
Each of these fourteen corps or regiments have and behind the reserve or loins of the army.]
the same internal formation. They are in the first A large body of troops as a reserve remain seated
place divided equally into two w'ings-the right with their backs to the enemy ; the commanders
and the left-and in the second are subdivided in- and staff retire to some eminence with one or two
to companies from ten to two hundred in number, of the older regiments (as extra reserves). All or-
according to the numerical strength of the corps or ders ame delivered by runners.
regiment to which they belong. "- ... "
Eachli corps or regiment possessing its own mili- W
tary kraal, has the following officers: one com-
manding officer (called the induua yesibaya sikulu) t
one second in command (called the induna vohlan-
goti,) who directly commands the left wing, and JUST RECEIVED,
two wing officers (called the induna yesicamelo J E VI,
yesibaya 'sikuu and the induna yesicamelo yoh- A very handsome assortment of PR.,\NG' ('e-
langoti). Besides the above there are Company lebrated Faster, Birthday annd other
officers, consisting of captain and from one to three ,
junior officers, all of whom are of the same age as a ,&
the men' they command, while, in the case of a corps, .
the commanding officer of each regiment compos-
ing it takes rank next to its four great officers ALSO,
when he himself is not of them. Another Lot of those Superior
The regimental dress and distinguishing marks An e o of to Se I
are various, the chief distinction is between married OIL S TOVES & HEA E Rt.
and unmarried men. No one in Zululand male or Q' Call and Examine. Cheap for Calhi.
female is permitted to marry, without the direct
permission of the King, and, when he allows a re- EBEAEZER BE l L,
giment to do so, which is not before they are about Agent for the Manufactureis.
40 years of age, they have to shave the crown of the Hamilton, No. I West Front S'D., ?
head and to put a ring round it, and then they be- Match 16, 18. 3 pd
come one of the white" regiments carrying white _ch 16, 880.
shields, &e., in contradistinction to the black" or (ir B
unmarried regiments, who wear their hair natural- -Outer brii u 1 os.,
ly and have coloured shields. n r
The total number of regiments in the Zulu army ?mporling nd Forwarding Com -
is 33, of whom 18 are formed of men with rings on mission Merchants,
their heads.and 15 of unmarried men. Seven of
the former are composed of men over 60 years of RElI STR 1E I', H \MILT'ON, IB :; \UdIi) \,T
age, so 26 regiments are only capable of taking the Agents for
field numbering about 40,400 men. Of these fr
500 are between 20 and 30 years, 10,000 between &M esSrs. M miller peace,
30 and 40, 3,400 between 40 and 50 and 1,500 be- 187 11E ADE STItLEET,
tween 50 and 60 years of age. From which it will NEw Y'i K.
be seen that the mortality in Zululand is unusually Co,,sinmieis of I'!O DUC E' ,lici'i fhr
rapid. Cosinentsof t0i
Drill-iu the ordinary acceptation of the term- this well-known reliable Firm. I,e attention,
is unknown among the Zulus; the few simple move- given to all Shipmnents, and Account ales .anld
ments which they perform with any method, such Heturns promptly rendered.
as forming a circle of companies or regiments, For any further infol'riration, .tencil .'la tes,
breaking into companies, or re-imfnts from the &c., please apply to O. BROS., liamiltomn .
circle, forming a line of march in order of compan- March 15, lu.S0.-tf*
ies, or in close order of regiments, not being de-
serving of the name. The officers have, however, ,
the-ir regulated duties and responsibilities, according of 1c
to their rank, and the men lend a ready obedience To the Farmers of Bermuda.
to their orders.
As might be expected, a savago army like that -. -
ofZululand uwither has nor requires much corn- The Undersigned solicits consign-
missariat or transport. The former consists of 3 or ments of
4 days provision, in the shape of maize or millet, and o
traversed, accompanies each regiment. The latter e. '
conrists of a number of lads, who follow each regi- FOR
meant, carrying the sleeping mats, blanketsandpro- AS. A. tD ,
visions, and assisting to drive the cattle. BAS. A. J U DG E
When a Zulu army on the line of march comes to 46 & 48 BP1).\D AVE., XV EST W'ASHING-
ariver in floods and the breadth of the stream, which TON MAR K ET, NEW YU IRK,
is out of their depth, does notexceed from 10 to 1.
yards, they plunge in, in a dense mass, holding on And will attend to the shipping of same.
to one another, those behind forcing them forward, Produce boughtat Market prices.
and thus succeed in crossing with a loss of a few of JA 1ES GALE
their number. J A AL ,
In the event of hostilities arising between the Office, 3 Queen Street.
Zulu nation and any other (unless some very sud- Hamiltot, Maeclh 15, 1880.-Im
den attack was made on their country) messengers *__________-____
would be sent, travelling night and day if necess- A
ary, by the King to order the men to assemble in Ieilry v Brinker &, &.'0,o
regiments at their respective military kraals, where
they would find the Commanding Officer ready to 'ODT.Of' AN'D OOMM %ZgON

receive them. V G A
When a cops or regiment has thus congregated M *mlbCZANT 0
at its head-quarters, it. would, on receiving the or- Nos. 5, 6 & 7 Produce Avenue, \Vest W\\ash-
der, proceedto the King's kraal. Before marching ingLon Market, New York.
a circle or umkumbi is formed inside the kraal, each Cash paid fr Bermuda Produce. Consign-
company together, their officers in an inner ring- ments solicited,
the 1st and 2nd in command in the centre. The meats solicited,
regiment then proceeds to break into companies, Reprflsented in hlemuitla by
beginning from the left hand side, each company i1 r p7 '1 r .. *
forming a circle and marching off, followed by boy. .tl,' '10 6 "1 2t 9L 9 .9
carrying provisions, mats, &c. The company oth- I'ront Ltc,.t, Hatitioen.
ears march immediately in rear of thlir men, tlh:- EFEliNCES :
second in command in rear of the left wing, au FE NCE
the commanding officer in tear of the i ;iLt. R. L EDWARDs, l'rc.ident N.t,., a! ai..
On arriving at the Kiun's kiaal, eachi regim:nut State of N*',v 0o!.
encamps on its own ground, as no two regiment:% \V. .V. SrVwI.i:D, Cabl.;i r, IRoikk of i'lcnro0-, Re-
can be trust -d not to fight if eC carped toget(tr.. chestc.eV., New Y!i: .
The following ceremonies mac lth ,.:-.rforaeld i ', T i',e ' Corn'p;lv oif New VYtik, e'V
his presence -All ihe reg-imien-s being iu.,rm:i'l in-
to an iinmmiene circle, a little ditan:e hrom the efer further toC Pll respoIsible B.-ineY
King's kraal, the offices formninc an inuer ring Hor fi ouher to ill r spo sii Bu
surrounding the chief officers, and the King to- '
getherivith the doctors and medicine basket. A New V'ojk, March 1 Ith, 1880.

iat tr 4Iarb0

&e., &c., &c.,
At.J. (. KEENEY'S.
II:irn;on, Marcli IG, I 3,t.

% BY

R. 5 at E'TI' i, 9011B igiwentl, I
S Idited 'ly
1);'. \\'OLr!i'h 1"EL '.)N,
", daily Graphic" Corrc,sp,-iodent, New York.
A livlhlyv initerestiing little Work of about (10
pages, under The ahbv.o titlo, will shortly is-.u.,
if eoulgh siubltscr rs are ,b>ainied.
Price, 50 C('ents per copy.
Names arid Addresqes can be left at the
" Royal G(aztte" Stationery Store, II ;iziltoil,
New York, MaLrch I 1880).-4
military barracks about to be erected in Inverness
are to be very extensive. The works, it is believed,
will cost about 100,000, and will extend over two
or three years.
MAKING A NOTE OF."-A young lady says:
"Wheu I go to a theatre I am very careless of my
dress, as the audience are too attentive to tbhe play

Please take


r ti~E; Subseiiber respectfully informs those
Persons that are INDEl ITED to him ihit

he ha; a.unthirizeLd Mr. c. WV. YouNu t o collect
the said Debts.
:3uLnersct, 15:h March, IlSO.--2

7 he Aun Mutual Liffr
Insurance Company,
OF MONT'H E %\., .\'NAl .\A.
Si:l.scribed Capi:al, Hall' a M'Iillion Dollar-.
'FHE Undersigned has been ap-
pointed G ENi;A.\L .\ (3 NT for thisi
first class Comupany in these Islands.
Life and Endowmtirent Policies granted at
lowest rates compatible with perfect security.
lMarch 9th, 1880.-3m



to observe my wardrobe ; but when I go to church I I
am very particular in my outward appearance, as riH E Undlersigned will give his
most ,eo le go there to see how their neighbours personal a tent as usual
dressan deport themselves. personal attention as usual to all Ship-
ruents of
-i- H. .M. S. '" contestt, wiil not be answer- I
able for any DEBTS contracted by theirST'l.\V- ro ITL' ro: ".
ARD. Will forward Coisignmeats to any COMmis-
Mlarch 1.3, ISSi.-2 sion Produce le'rcl,::ts in New York, and will
gv\'e all inloriation necc.-s:uy for benefit of
A Re-engagement as GOV FIt N 'SS4 s re- lShippers.
quired by a Lady with some \cars' t xpe. l)rodice purchased during the iprese;t S'easoii
rience in Teaching in nglan.l. ;ood refer- at ttiarket Prices.
ences. English, French, Mftusic, Latin. 'HOS. H. P PTT'
Address, "A. W.," 17, IS.-1
D. Ml'Phee Lee, Esqr., Ilmilton, Feh'. 17, 130.-10I
I :;miilton. 'kT X

March 13, IS80.--3


The Undersigned solicits consign-
ments of

West Washington Market, New York.
Highest. market rates will be pait for Prod uce
during the Season
Tr7 -i F i7LXT "'D1 I )i lT' Ir | Td'i

N ilCt
To Farmers and Others.

E I 11[' Undersigned is prepared to receive aid
.-hip, by every opportunity, Consiguments
iessa's. DaSvreeIl & Co.,
8:3 PF-I.\lL STI'IELT,
New York,
Who will secure thle highest Market mates.
Prompt Account S a!es and Settlemenit.s guir-
4-2 Front Sr'.cot

JIOHN F. DUrII-UY IV -. ln,til pon, Ie'ebuary 10. 1880.
la:milton, 15t1h March, 18.I--tf-
A paper has lately been discovered in the State
BER.MIUDA, Alias ? archives of Saxony which contains some curious
O IOMEIH,' ISLANDS ( particulars concerning the corps long known in the
ByR His Ei.,e/lencyi Mj,,r-(,rne;ral : IR Prussian service as the Poicelain R,-giment," anti
inBBER'i' .1M. L.IFF A N, K. from which the present First Dragooas, aud the
., Otnor, Coman hr_ Third, Fourth, and Fifth Regiment of Cuirassiers
C. U..,V Gicenor, ComnalaudUr- claim to have sprung. According to tradition, the
it-t-hehf, Vice .Admiral and _r- regiment was bought by King Frederick William
dinttry, in and over th/se Islands, of Prussia from the King of Poland for some costly
Sc., Sc., $,Rc. porcelain vases : and the documents lately found
S HFIRE S ELIZA .41N CN C S''TNkR in the Saxon archives show that substantially thep
has prayed for Administration on the tradition was correct. The men were valued at
Estate of GEOIt ('iG W \V.HIN''JN C'AST' twenty thalers each, and the whole regiment at
N11, late of Penibioke Parish, in these Islands 12,000 thalers; while the porcelain given in ex-
Nl'l, late o change for them was considered to be worth con-.
er-ehaint, deceased. siderably more.
'I'hir is therefore to give notice, that if any
Person or Persons can shew anyjust Causewhy Persons desirous of shiptinar
the said Adminitration should not le granted I
unto the said E LIZ.\ ANN CASTNER, he -.- -
.she, or they. are to file his, her, or their Ca- VE RAt
veat in writing, in the Secretary's Office of TO NE W YORK,
these Islands within Fifteen days from the pub- ,,
licatli.n hereof, other ise the said Adininistra- '0 the Consigment of
tion will be granted accordingly. alcs$n'. oiPii eJ'o n C6 ,.
R. E. WEBSTER, Will please call upon
Colonial Secretary. .11R.. SAMUEL A. .; ASTERS, No. 26 Front

Dated at the Secretary's Office, (
this 15th day of March, 180S. (
City of Para, which arrived yesterday from Brazilian
ports, brought to this port Herbert Burrill and An-
drew B. Coombs, the crew of a small decked boat
of about 11 tons burden, named the Golden Gate, in
which they sailed from Boston on July 9 last bound
for Melbourne, Australia. .11fter meeting a succes-
sion of heavy gales and sustaining many hardships
they succeeded in reaching a small fishing village
on the coast of Brazil about twenty miles north of
Bahia, bere they concluded to abandon their ad-
venture.-Aet'w York Times.

For Rent,

The Cottage

Near Brunswick iiouse, in: this Town, lately in
th1 occupation of Mr. Jairus I'. Swatn.
A.- pjly to
tN'. F). I)Ati .ELL
Hlamiltoio, 15th ?.ilird i, :3:'),

r.tor ; Ie.

S- -

1or furthlier pailiculuis pl:ei e ap' lyv to C. ti.
DESilIELD, Eabt Watvick.
March 16h, 1~S0.-tf'

Street, who will render them every facility for
so doing.
Ilamilton, March 1, 18m0.--2 m
.G O

52 SH, -TOE P L Unu
NE1W T707.M
Cnsioigients of Produce o.elicited to the
above firm, and forwarded by in.i.
Hamilton, Bermud.a,
'eby. IW, 18S80

For Sale.

4 3' .---" D A.. &

'N.,LS a '! I.U .!S rnew I't.t -cp ienlDe ,
C: \LN I"OOIRINIS warr&anL'J to be in pet-
%[NI ,lf ) 01 Oill
i. ; ondaiii'ii. :g .y be seen ir ;'!'-ion appi-
ca;ti I ii to
1,' /ith eegt.
St. George's, 6th iMarchI, 1880..

Board of L4griclftlnre.


NrOT'ICt" is hereby given that a fresh Supply
of the Chloiet TOBlACCO SEEFD has
been received Her .lijtesty's Consul Gene-
ral at Il-.vainnlih, :ndi is ready for distribution .m
to all 'ersons desirous of trying to cultivate
'l'obacco.-The present is a Yvery favourable
time for sowing (lthe seed.
Packets of Tobacco .Seed sullicient to'llart
an acre of ground w ilH be distributed gratis on
application to any of tCi-: fullowinL Gentlemen .
It 1. IA1) TYNES. Esqr., Devonshiire
I). 1M'PIIEE Ei'.E, Esr., llamilton,
Worshipful JOiN FOW\' LE, Sandys,
C. II. SMI:'llT IVsqr., A--sisiant SLeceiver
General Sr. Georges.
Cleik to the Iroard of Agriculture.
Hamilton, Ist ,larch, 1SS0.-S

Notice! N

The Subscriber will

notice! !
ell ap,
I 'Sell ChIeap,

'ery cle.,p, (fl'.r ca:h) to close coni-niment,
20 Barrels Bright JIeay -
A2L *

H I/i Y ,l. SMITH
!lamilton, Xla;c.! 9, IS-0.

One of the returned %arrio'r from Ziluland tells
a good story. He was at lt.rke's Drift, and was
wltrnss to the InIloving incident : A clergy-
man in clerical attirr-, was hard at, %ork handing
out cartridges to the men. and lie dil it with a'
will. A private near was taking shots at the Zulus,
and cursing the Yh-ilo in the most ingenuous mon-
ner. Don't swear, man," shouted the clergyTanv,
"don't swear at them ; shoot them !"

Edwin A. Meyer,
Manufacturer and Wholes-lle and
S let:il IDea!er in French and A.mericani
C o fe c t i o n e

Principal Depot for
Pure Flavoring Extracts,
By the single Bottle or per Gross.
Ilis well recommended COUGH DROPS.
These VWonders cu're inillions. Try them in
time and save your life.
Old fashion MOLASSES CANDY, fresh
every day, as well as Fine Pea Nut CGI AFA
and F'It0UIT B\X, Flaxseed and Iceland Moss
Drops, besides thousands of other like things.
All the above may be purchased at reasonable
rates by the pound or by the ton.
The expressly invited.
East Broadway, Hamilton,
February 17, 1880. ,

New lPhotograph and
Tin Type Gallery.

rfIIEl Undersigned takes great pleasure in
announcing to the Inhabitants of hlermu-
da that he has leased the Photograph Gallery
of Mr. Juhn ltogan, where he intends carrying
Portrait and Landscape Photo-

In all its Branches.

Iaviig brought with him all the latest style
of work and the most improved instruments and
fancy back grounds, lihe feels confident he can
give perfect satisfaction to all who may favour
him with their Patronage.
lie hasb also with him his tools and necessary
parts for.the Repairs of WVATCHES, CLOCKS
and J F';\V E. U ', having worked at Photograph-
i:g and \Vatchmalking for over 10 years, with
great success, he feels lie is capable of giving
perfect Satisfaction in both Businesses.
\t'ork in Watch or Jewelry line left at his
(allet v will meet with prompt attention and
mode iale charges.
Photographer 4- Watchmaker.
Dec. 12th, 1Z70.

For Sale.

'1r A P (to seat four)
I !,l .eiL, of Lic ut R I WtVSON R.E.
I -._:'I iti one, iot or separately..
Price for the lot, X50.
: to Let. ',.N.F,, R8.E., or Lieut.
.'LC .\ ..' I{.[.'., Pri'sp; c .
Pr. pet, S. h M arc:, IS:0.

L" *i ; [1. B or UnfurHished
ItOO.AIS, in a Cottage in this Town.
.. 'aply at the li oyai-G azctte" Office.
llamiitts iic.'. Is, C7?.

, rk

.6 *,,, ,
r *, r;~. .m
.1 I, ,.*:,

Mar. IS-Brigt. T. TH. A. Pitt. Young, St. Eustatiu- ;
sugar. imolas-- and iihar.toal to T. I. Pitt.
Barkentino Nancy Holt, Trent. Livl-r|...l; 422 trons
coal for 11. 51. Goverinment.-AAgeit, Alexander
Mar. 1.-Mail Steamer BWrtiu la, \Wilkon, N, w Yoik ;
54S bis. poitaoe-, '21o.l 0t..: ..inI.n m .1 be. to"-
rnlatueoi, 351 lioxes b(-et,, 14 I,,x-4i flnijp, 3 boxes,
cauliflower. &e.. 1--Brigt. Glaie, 11111, .St Pierre, Miaitnlque; empty
Norweg-ian Lark Richlr.d, Olsen. Savannah.
Bark Eliza [.ar-s. Hollis, New York.
Brigt. Exceelsior, May.:-r, New York ; o!,l iron.
March 16--Sehr. Plavfair, Nickerson, Mailanzas bouinl
to New York ; in di:ties ,; sugar.-Agent., W. C.
Hylandl & Co.
Schr. Marian, Davi;, Liverp'ool, G.B.. .,uml ndto I1.
John, Ntl1. ; in distress ; asortl' car:,'.- A'eirt,
W. C. H)lan, d : Co.
22-R. M. Steamer Peta, Shaw. Ealifax; Englis.h
Mail of 3rd instant, and assorted cargo.-Agent, J.
M. Ha) ward.
March ,_;)-S- .ch.. Mary 0, Had.-eli, C'lt -r, NwV York ;
inward caigo,
22--R. M. Steamner Beita, SEha', Jamai.a : imails arind
PA:,Sr.NOiL.R- .Alni.VL.D.
In tHie R. I. r 7 ./. i;,i I''[a.i:;a :.1. in u ,iv,,
ie o MaeCleau. Mir,. H '..vr,! Primn :se .i. G. r .l
.'ii'-; Aninir- Sha li Caii)tii aiii G.Lrinil.1. I:. .\., Captaimi
Stores, A.lP.D., Cal'tain .,!t.I l .th e P..t., As .t
Comnimy. H-lair, Lieut. Elliot, R.N.

In the Mail 'te in, L ,'-, i, 1 ..i n TIur.lay 1:sts for
Nc\r York :-M-r. S. S. ;-TId ili-'I AnAIIi,. Ii.ghioa ;iId
servarit, M'irs. adi VMi -.- 'irr : m.Mr, :nl Mis. -V'. I1.
D- nU i .id.v, iMr. anid Ai l -.. i, '. i-; K liv l.-:l' i I r: .,
M r. an.i m r-.. A. Allei. -'.r. :n'.; .i s. \V'. A. K ui lall.
.ir-.. n,.] PMi i-s' Le.-.l, C,.!i';ii T i i l ir ., L -:\ .li, :-.,

*Phayre, lil0th e K I.., _I:s. \W. H. Hul.,e, J. Pv-
lian 0, 5u,. J. O()utet l. -.JL,,' TlIo.l H. Uek, J.N W .
Patten, R. D. G ilt- pIe. .'",h. i..ill.,ie, .. H. EnnkR,
W. C. Peirl.:-r, C. V. inscl.'h, A. B.e-into Be !-iry. J. 0.
Down, Capt. icelar.- .-. .. in .,tbi, 5amui l Kelly,
lIrs. Lvnri.c- t;r /.',r 1 i-uly. Jolhn
Thie 'ehr. Pl::f. Nik'r-r r.n. ot St. John,
N. B., f'r,.,mi .aL i mzas. ,n '.tl iast., bcrid to Nt-w
Y.oik, with ir. i ed at -:'I. C ,,i'- ..i-'.. on 16ih inst.,
leaiinrm g i.,illy, ai.di iii ii ,,...s ft toupUiin andd all attach-
ed ; also f,.r-:.iIl a 11. ,in'-ii i. Eiieo ntred a Leavy
gale on -l ih Ii-.t., in whIicil thle ve-..,i. l wai, tliruo\i n .U
her [Lmiad ends, and it bcaiine ijece.mai y t, cut. -.'.way
spar.< a;ii d m -al., fiir the s:- tly of all ei,ir.eerned. (On tihe
vessel rigitin l, t-he head was touid to be Ibr-k-
en, ain i the u.ihJ :-'l p. rut rn:ar he deck, lchl:iii-
bolt- .itrat'ld. &->. li d -ci.l:llrging caigI.. foi r i-rairs.-
A,-oilts, V. C. Hylandi & Co.
The Schr. MLria.-, C(.-,t1 n Jnrrii. from Liverpool,
toui.h to Nwt'.ufmiltlainl, within .-neral earm,, am rived at
. '.e' n 17t in t., le akrl ~ g in topsiieni & ..
Ht-:; i r oiiHtinuaili "ri of icavv a fales I'romil tihe we'V t-
ward. ever since leaving nn.ld ,lo.t two m.en overboard.
-A2..-lts. 'W. C. lhlanId &.. Co.
:. (.i.,;,, arrived tit New York from Batbados Antii.ia on tlhe 11th i-intitant. -

II. M. S. Xorlh,imj 1-.n, bearing the Flap of Vice-
Admiral Sir F'rancis Lei.,p.ld M'Ciiutck, Kt., F.R.
8., &e., &e., &c., Captain Filier, ietuiornid to Bei.
rluda on l.iay F !i-va- fil-'m. tli, We-t I niit-.
Tii. 'ot left B.-rmn ti'ida ou tlie 21st Tanmu-
ary, and after a fuine pa:-;.ge, aniiv-ed at Barbados
on the '-tii. thert she \-iited Tbagno, Trini-
dadl., Gieriada, ( the Tte.cdos ji.iud the fla-),
St. YVini .,i:t, (aft:-r lEaviin: liwhich Tenedi.s returned.
t.) Barbados), lDomiiui:-, ,','mhe e tile Toarmulii;e I.ftt
for Jamaica) ; Atigua, iv.lere rtlie Grffon, j,.ined),
St. Iitts, wheree thie Gjri''n ltft t,.. B.ii.,ido'i aud
At the latt-t place r, Veiy Vl [::.,ft'!l Rt--,. taI was
held on the 9th March.
Payriaster R R,, A. Richardl, 1,rri\v-d by Mail
Steamer on tihe !.tih Mi-,.I h and r-li. e'l Mr. Wh ite,
who returns to lhis iov ii.r.e :.qp'p.iutmient a-: Pay
ter of the Blaeche. ,Mr. Davw'e,,-n, thi:. Actiug Pay-
mastr. of the- latter sip, r ill pr.r..... to EnglaInd
in tl.e fa,,ar.
Co mmaLder Hollanu.l, of t(l:,- %.;7/tU n.poa, wa;i
invalid,:d at Jaranicaea on the 1-th II:r ech l n .d lft for
EnglImtd by Mail Steamer :.f tlhe 1th March.
Lieut. P.:, i.s made Acting -'omanmnjdr' and Sul:,-
Lieut. Well Acting Lieut. <:.-f thIe .:'ri/,aij,lton.
rThe North 'It.- Ih-t P i.t r-, al ,a1 the n,.r.iug'
of the m.' -ih .I.iriL], *.n'] ipi,..:d te'.c- I idu ,ac' an.i
.!' .ci:.,'i A., i Mi. i ., u t 'oi;,l 41! i.I ... r.:.-t of Poil
Rooyal.) T'ie hitter c-xcS:in .. the ii.un.l sal[tes
with the F'lag.,hliip. Alr-iId ai, B-rinuhil: ou tle
l',th, ai;,. i,.-f, ':p ..:. !''ny ^ :.rr-cd
firi ,._ -! ., .-: .. 'i : .... :i :.'. \ tl:., ;: lir: h1 -,. i

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death, an.1 the words must be taken not literally :, The Budget, whih was sib,;!ted to the House
but spiritually. If we seek to go beyond that, we of Commons on .the 11th inst., by Sir Stalford
,hall. find ourselves in an inextrieale maze, we Northcote, Chancellor of the Exchequer, is declared
shall be like thi. tunguided ftraveller lostin the mists by the Conservative and Min ism i;l Journals tobe
of the trackless mountain. Alter their consecration satisfactory
the .elnents remain as beforu- to our senses; but, The cost of suppressing the outbi oak in Znluland
woitlhily received, we are in a heavenly manner hai been 5,138,000 inteine.
Prfa:..rsOf the boy and blood of Christ convey- The ei ti made by Chancellor the E
ing en.-r.r to our souls. It is not a sealing ordi- chequer that no new tax was deemed nectary,
nance only to be once used, but to be kept up as the .caused cL.ars and counter cheers. -
C(hristian Church has ever continued to do. Neg- caused rs and counter cheers
leut.:d, you allow your best weapon to rust. It has CONSERVATIVES A LIBERALS ON THE
boen mad.- kuown to us, and comniande.las a spe- REAULT
cial means of grace, and shall we neglect it at our
p1:iil ? Gi)n may save the heathli.u who have never LONDON, March 15.-Bernal Osborne, Liberal,
known Christ. Tim'.ere is nothing L'b-.y.-d His stands a go-od chance of being returned for Mon-
pow- r,but, in tlie fac. of distinut knowledge, it is mouthshire. All manner if speeiiluioncs are rife
unwise to hz-ard anything. If yet in your sins, in r-.ard to the probable re-ults of the ol,-ction, and
remain away till you can come to disa:d then, the s.rorting public are hlyin: long; odds that bhe
whih no rceimntiug', overcome as GOD has called Bacnsfi0el Government will gain a majority. On
you. If a humble we~akliun, you are truly fit to the other hand, the cr-m.alers are vaunting with
come to the ,-:.innii,.uo. aud you sn-'ll arilui.lly be ti-'ir ominous prognostications that if th-G Orai-
str.-:.:tl.-ner. Thd Conimmniou is Ln:, charm to be ville-Hari party are reti, nrid, it will cause
reser ved, but to be judiciously use-d and, because an activity and bustle in the various D,''1s,
it may 1:-e misused by many,.that ceanuot be adduced Camp Barracks, etc., the like of which has not been
as an ir;.um m .:ut i--.iiL-t. it, any more than ordinary since the opening of the campaign in 1S52 Both
remedies or pruu.-tii,.us can be di.-i.seid with be- parties appear to be equallyy :anrguine of success, al.
cause some time inoperative for ,,i:.,d. Christ though at this early period it is difficult to conceive
v.would never have inu.tituted an impossible ordi- from whence they derive any positive data, to go
dinance, were it made i-r the good alone, for alas upon. Notwithstanding this some heavy betting
there are uoite such. -We are all sinners in urge.-nt transactions on, the elections have already been
need of refreshing grace. The Bible clearly sets booked, from which it is deducted that the Tories
forth salvation through Christ, and we have his are the favorites, but nobody pretends to foretell
last injunction, which let ;us respect ever as we the result of the cominin electins accurately. Ex-
ounglt. tree men on Ioth sides, claim a large majoi itv -
".-- I It is reported that 'oIy bcadjiarteis are less san- I
TRINiTY Cur.c'H.-Pw-,renter: adjourned meet- guine since accounts werereceived from the coun-
in;-' at Triuity Chiurehl SI:.i-iIlr'oom, this day, Tue-'- try. The lil-eral provinci ; al pers are more enthu-
day, at no,-u. I siastic and confident than those in London, where
Tory social influences prepondei ate. The liberal I
C to the BERMUIIDA CHUFCH I officials say that they expect a small majority.
SOCIETY, who hmav. not paid th'lir subscriptions .Whichever side wins they ale co.nfidrnl, of gaining I
fo.r ISS'1, are le .pei-tfully rem'ninded that the Annu- 12 senis in Ireland, 9 ia Sc-tlanu. and hope to con-
al Meeting if the So'i-,ty will be held at an early quer certainly half of (he '8 Liberal se:ts sucrifi ed
date, and it is desirable that the amounts should be at the last election by party dissension. Assuming
paid in at or before the meeting, this estimate proves to b:- correct, they would gain
more than the 28 seats required to overcome the
SERVICES IN PEMBROKE PARISH DURING present Tory majority. But since ibthis estimate ia-
HOLY WEEK. eludes home rul.-is, many Liberals would prefer (ol
TLINITY CH- CH. I see the Tories reiutuedi by a small majority, ex-
Morning Prayer daily, exceptWednesday and p acting shrtlyto uet (he Government and com-
Friay, at 11 a.m. ,pel a fresh dissolution..
Evening Prayer with Sermon, every evening at ENCLISH PoLITIcs.- LoNDON, March 16.-The j
7 o'clock. House of Lords last night had a short but smart
EASTER DAY. debate on the Governmient's foreign policy, in
Holy Communion at 8 a.m. which the Earl of Granville and Lord Beacousfield
Evening Prayer at 4 and p.m. parlicipatld. The House of Comnmons last night
PArI'-r (Iurcn. -.debated the plioposed increase of probable duties,
Wednesday and Good Friday, 11 a.m. during which 'Mir. Glodstoue sharply opposed the
EASTER DAY. Gnrvcrnmuient's financial policy.
Morning Service with Holy Comimunion, 11 a.m. Baoaii Grant contests for the Carpet Borough of
S Kidd.-rminpter in the interest.
PEMBROKE GRAMMAR SCHOOL ATHLE. Mes are now being taken to provide against a
TIC SPORTS. possible recurrence ot the elect ioneei inG- agents'
little "chemes which took plnae lately at Liverpool.
e have been requested to announce that the An- It a perrs tbit the Liberals hired, a few flays be-
nual Athletic Sports held by the above School will foireand, a'l ibe cab-. tbere, as well as all ihose in
t.'ke place on Friday, April 2ud, o e on-ucing at Chesp..e'and Berlkehbend. Tia ..ming to ibe Cn-
n:n precisely. By the kindness of the fPropriettor, servative Agentt'. ears, and drte-ramiig not to be
T. F. J. Tiu-(ker Esqr., the 1 f-i kunwn as o ontdone, he imnnediately made arrangements with
"TuIkr ,r's Fie,:d has been placed at the ilispol-:l of Manchester and other place., a,1 obtain!el all the
the -shoo, and the young geutlell-n will le most convw.vances he required, anwl p.adi the Liberals out
happy so se all th-ir frien, well-wi rsandp- in their owd cr-in. le further amrr.n.-ed for uth
trons t1,ee, ou the appointeI day. The Steeple I hire of all the River- 'teaimn'r,.' craft for
Cha.-s (bv the kind iernmi:.sin of His Excelleny two days prior to the election, and this prevented
Sir 1.'. L-M1an ', will ,e run in the Government the Liberal.' carriages from going across the Mer-
arsh Land o Wduedy, March 31st a 3 sey. This i not to occua n.
p.m., and till those desiomisof wituesSing the Sport, fi T.
arne invited to assemble by that hour at; the bottom LAE 'E Pi-FROM AFC F-1 .NI]STITN.
of the road leading past Pemboroke Sunday School- L e
omI The r lerof COthJ.-LONoN. Matcl 15.--A des-
N.B.--Should i.,.- .-ithii.- unf:am.',le on the patch from the Viceroy o lf Indima ays Loth political
d';vs aboveml tiCL ni:.l dl. 'hlie progr-:,rme ill be car- anld nili ary pi:,-..prts in Aiaanistan are very satis-
Il,-:d :.ut .0,1 th, ;:.,- fmmin, dav foll.wiun factory. General hoibjtiIS, ft C;ibul, will khu>itly be
i '" ilfoicel V by ourrt.giimnlrts. 'The w-atlhir is h .eni-
S. l anl ,au1 _i. T!"e P'r ist 'Jo .irnli. -siio 'rs have 21.t :'.br 1 S. a.-'a i-i'' t. H a, ,a, w -:re welcome: d Iby .Lub
P -r ;V.'* D,. Fr:-:--., t- the I ,1 i sph-itl., Kihal. T.h Gci t Co (m mi lion ba promul
i3p.-uda ..-, r (('(.%.lvilr. lae a mCo !|m 1 6 ,- 0 e 1om lh
'i ap -in. t- ,- ,.i tie b )v.iaor:,.. ,ffi.-er i:s ., -, ., u,,: ih iL s .- i.. r, i l-: e
.-.I.. i i -i ,- m f, i Z Lt c i'1..1 ,

T m -u. t ti i .1 l. ,. -,_i r :.. -(.ala- '. i '. -. i ; .'.' i u '.

SR .. i h rea.arkiing lib-i," atittude Lo.;-ard lthe Brilish.
HFI S. ,NTANA. --."-I'EEPPo.L, .1'. 1.-- .J Uff -iailull Lehr:i w. was Fir-ance M1i-.
T,,: .ic, .'.",ci, io v, f L \ : l .I tha i : d 'der ill She All nd Vakeob Khan, and
L -l e:;ihi, .,.,,.,, i, ,i -w ,c., t for some" past bh s assite Gueniala rt
.. .ue ma Hel :d c mui with'...d a.-.nt ti -ti i, to th m-. n
, ,. ,v ,:: I.h w ,ue ,. \ i .- .^ L,, l, t,- i d : ,a:.. t i ., ,: ... : B, m b .i -e di .-
:. .. -, '. .' h 0 ' ..r,,, :' -, i ly i .,.'.i. ed to ."-:' a- rul,,' for I- ti r an:u

i, ..m' .- .;- i t i.- ui -I n-. -. : t. i Ce t, it e: u ,. .n. v.'h,' IM e .seo m !,d" '.

i' '. ...,A 'I' .. m "u : r F .'. : .', o : r ,! ,: e. --- --, -" T' Ef ., ,
'.o ..ti -.. ":- ;- c :,,'ol i t ..... :-' --r t- -li .: ti n'u;.i- T ', r .:

: .-i :, ,' -I .-. '-. ; 1. [:'ii ar.'.e t u ',, '=:",-i i ;I,,. ,.,,m a.;,. i ,jr -:,. ,,*,' .'<'. Pc W :t i.m'i', : :i!
r.,; *_,. ^ 't .:i? .,' Hr, i <. ,. i i ', ( .m ;. .ucm. i'i .;. ,,
' .. "_.'" *. ** 1i:u ^ .- -, t"t- ..'- ;,im l?., > 00 t m,/' -,. vS. V im.. ii- m ..

*, i i[,.,l .}g'stthe tl li i? r'lc-nch Consul and the Got',- wl oit-s;,!e ari,:t .s bas im e:A:l ,!is,:,outinu-!i. 'Ibeze
tiu:h..nt el the lsiaui'.i i ate individual al'ieats 'iitdcr u.p,.cii cdircuimnu hancet,

voc, to pair.- the roil is likely to spoil the child."'
Thi.s i it!!m-k l.iears referee nc'e to the C.U.i.useway
Bii.-- w.. uld like to know vily tie Caus.e-
w lv P; ;,I ''.i is- .:- ....-ftrn clo., ed, tud tl: C .ill hoite..
'"-i,,:'- -n' I ,'.I tih t tme Bri.' ,',e i4s omu :' crdf, or'
tht, wimd is i.''r:.i.. g' to.- l,.'ary. Lut it -)- happens
th.,r tLis rule i- nut i\v.iw.s carrie'-l oW., for the bt\ll
i- L.i-i:,- ii' t- wind i.4 but lilt. Ou .-e-veral o)e-
p'" -i,_ .0-"I. :'.- I inu r a!' i nt.'u e 1 -i e. l the

. '.'- the J;ii.!r" 'v.- at .!:,ntt iif'i tt o-il.s W e
liv.? ..wn ti. b.ill to hobited \:ic a N., W.
ia'l1, which is sc'-:-c-ly felt as f-ir ini a- he :Bridge.
We hi:ve to call ftine atteutiou of all c.-,,:-rned of a
Freig-ht B,.,at. deeply l.den with goods for mer-
1hant1. it St. Geor,-e.s ou Weduesdav, 1"ith. When
g:.ttiung at Ri:hiaLsoum's Bay we noti--.:d the ball
being hli.-,ted at t:-he BLi.:lge; it beiiig s.-. very mod-
crate it was .ippl.-,ed f, tht some arcidei,t had hap-
p'e-'... 1-: te B:'i:lge, lntr after running iu-, near dowu
to tie i i.e as tey d-' i..! to, had to tll n ar,anud
n' beI t i ^ i .i a m th- Frn'. 7, ..vinc'. was very diil-
..[ ^. '* { ... -. ,.. "i,.:.,. ,u r ,.' t ._, ^ .. ." :.t, '. -:.- 'i _l
t. l ; :'i he -',_ . ti '.' -. ~--,:-; in i'.j i .." ,i-n t.,
J,,- lthIm It A -- a
l i'. .1 .i in o i1 b .'i n- i..: 1 0 lii .p:.-A )uU d itle Br-iit-
it.-rd .u ii
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L. a' -y i-, .-- .', tmi :. i ,., TE.h '.':- sb':.ul,. b1 c .i-i--..!; or i'. it

I .- W ..,il i.- f r ,..*:t- r to t.: .-;tiL,..,,- ;' K i 0'tr.
a',Ld l-t ..: -erv c ,..' ,.',,ii e to a1c 1hor .,nl open thr-
Pbii..i-, di-elv -e, aud the salary whiili, the IPub-
li.. pa:iy: for the keeping cof time Bridg.- be granted
towards tIme -tieets of St. Georgn-e's. Please bring

LAND IN D :_ .-I ,..
On F. ... : at the Church, P....-
broke, 'k : includedd his Lenten lectures
..'V .. i ,, an .. ,; .'.. n'-- on the P i] l..-.
ii ,w stands it between you and your Bible ? Do
.-.egard it as ..;.,., as an invaluable reve-
-tL. ut made by .,-,r. t.i man., and. do you bring to
bear on it all your to g;It :,r some of i'.
.;1*. for your -'..:'s it, ? Cursory or frag-,
mentary ;-* l;tt 'not to 'i-, but a critical
' u-i'. of th.:. Biil. is to be encouraged, a system-
a' .. ..:amination tlia' all your ]nowl.:-ig. and
v: L. i ... W while the t:,.:n..ily is o ', commit
to memory from time to time several passages, the
p1l(ianins' will soon mount up, and the sum total
will .-v> you' well. C:ompi: pass.:gewith pa...::-: -,
use7' :iui : gn!! ,or even makeyourcow -n r.:f.:r -n .*s,
and you will discover an extraordinary .i.:e,
1ivi,-_ ti- inspiratiQn of the whole volume. It is
a good fhin'- to be apt in referring to your Bille,
to carry in your head, as a ready index, the ar-
r:nim.ieniit of the Books, C'hapte-rs and Verses, and
what they specially refer to. In any emergency of
mihd. buoy or estate, consult your Bible prayerfully,
thie 'o,.ac.l-z; of Gon will speak to you, and will give
you 1com1fort and guidance. If you believe in the
autlhiitic-ity of the New Testament you are logic-
ally driven to accept the Old Testament, for "t1 iey
are they," said Clrist, which testify of me."
At Triiity Church on Sunday evening His Lord-
ship preached fro:n St. John VI., 53: "Except ye
eat the flesh of the son of man, and drink his blood
ye have no life in you."
Are you, like the Jews, offended at this saying, is
it too hard for yo-u The words have a double
n17,1 g', the oc.::.-in which prove ok. them, and
tlie propheti':, fulfilled in us. It is through Christ
a,...: his merits t] we can find acceptance
with GOD, for he is our food.e As closely as the
limped t to the rock cling to Christ. The Cihur-:-h
iiLoi the earliest ages has t.iken these words as ap-
pliablh. to the Holy Communion or the Eucharist.
Going back to the Institution, and. taking the plain
ieaniug of the language used, as the safest course,
we shall get at its signification. The Eucharist
i,4 rommeor0 Itv. a. tshow forth the Lord's

will not be .'T H : c. ''!-, i. v. *.n i h:it ir'
the f'i';.. the "at h.,i,' .I" on .i-,i m i-. c T ,iMrsi'av-
-il fr '.im 4 to 6 p m.) (.*n.'i in:- with April

LADY aIcCu(ToCK will be "AT HOME" on
Saturday, -'. ,il ._'i, and on every, subsequent
- ':l.'i, from to 6 o'clock p.m., and she 1,ip. -
that her friends will ':iilly accept this announce-

Arrival of the En.lish Nail of the
3rd instant,
The Royal Mull e:l;,o"r Beta, Captain Shaw,
with the Er.gli-h Mail of the 3rd instant, arrived at
St. George's on Sunday last, after a boisterous pas-
sage. She was diA.tincd at Halifax until Wednes-
a fly naoinn, the steanmer Strnalin, with the
Eu.libh MVail, not arriving till 6 o'clock of the pre-
vious evening.
We thank Captain Shaw, and other friends, for
Halifax Papers of the evening of the 16th, which
furnish us with European news of the same day---
five days later than we were before in pos;eselon

The Herald's (New York). Famine Fund on the
14th instant amounted to $288,887 81.
It is understood that H. M. S. Bacchante's cruise
will be cut short by the Admiralty ordering her
bsek to England.
The Honorable L. H. Holton, died in his bed at
the Russell [louse, Ottawa, at 1-30 awm., on March
15. His remains were conveyed to Montreal by
special train. Sir John ,a-elon-ald in the House
of Parliament, on the 15th in moving the adjourn-,
ment of the House in consequence of the death
of Mr. Holton. was greatly moved, as he
recalled the services of the deceased. His useful-
ness in the House, and on Committee; and his
many years of friendship with himself. He said suddenness of the stroke had emphasized
the declaration what shadows we are and what
-buadow5 we person."

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TI' .'*, .. .': .l-. on the 1 -, treatme eI :' u-
autsl. I'll,:-. Golos quotes the St,..i.'s '.:. ,..:-, aii
ree>.' thai yv-inp: men be treated with moreconsi-
die raln.--.--Tr'wo c. ie. !.s of the Russian Embassy
at Paris are e.pecttel here to day with document'
e7l Jnini'i', from a l c-a, p..i:it of view, the reasons
for the refusal to ex!ra-li5o ilartmann. The. Rug-
sian Govoe-i-nment will be gi.iil'i- in its future con-
duct reatr'lring this matter by the content of these-
all of the European powers and the United States
have accepted an invitation friomi the Spanish Gov-
ernment to.the conference in Madrid next June, to
determine fhc : ilihts of prltectorat.? exercised by
froieian powers over the anilj..clt of the Sultan of
Morocco, which is very ofiln indeed far beyond the
tights confoir.-d on t'.m 1), treaties. The Spanish
opinion is very jealous-of piedominrance in
Morocco, and views with especial di.-faorthbe gr,',at
influence enjoyed at the Court of Tanio,iers by the
British minister.
Mar. 16.-'-The example set by lHar Mijusty, who
has recently presented her Indian collection Of cu-
riosities to the people, will probably be followed by
the Prince of Wales, presenting the magnificent
pieces of Eastern workmanship lie gathered during
his visit to India. It is well known that the valuable
articles the Prince possesses at;e v.'perior to any other
collection in the United Kingdlom, or maynhe in the
world, and such an act, as it is stated bis Royal
Highness premediates, may well be pronounced a
most princely gift to the nation.
Senate, by vote of 149 against 182, reiecled M. Pel-
letier's motion for itvloratinn of clause seavn of
Ferry's Education Bill. The bill, as amended, was
passed by vote of 187 against 103. On the passage
of the Bill, M. Defreycinet announced that the
Government declined any comnpromuise and would
enforce existing laws.--The election atLyons re-
sulting in the return of Millarnd and Vallier, Radi-
cals. was to fill vacatcics in the Senai0, caused by
the death of Favre and Valleutine, Republican.
The sutpplemnmtary elections to the Chambher of
Deputies for Narbonne Rainbouillot ieillid in the
retire of Lavi 1di, of the extreme lert fr Ihei former
andBregfu, Republican, for the latter.
LONDON, March 15.-A contract was about to be
given by the government to Sir Wm. Armstrong,
prior to .the dissolution, for the cins uction of a
number of gein- of a heavy enlibr', sir ilar to those
now in u3e on board the Th',o.trer ; in tIad of
muzzle they were to be breech-l'ad ~r. to prevent
a p~ bii- liiv of recurrence of a similar calamity as
that which took.piace in the Besika P ,v.
LONiD.N, March 15.-It was r'p.tri!i 1 at one of
the Cl'i, I last. nigt that Lady Dufferin '..ulid in
all probability return to Ireland from the Russian
Capital, in the event, !' nI ,ts on the Continent
assuming aily more serious aspect that at the pre-
Mr. Gladstone, speaking at ...i riehone, anr-
nounced that Lord Derby had .1'in ite.y joined the
Liberal party.
GLASGOW, X17I. 10.-Daxon':. colliery, New Glas-
gow, is on fir: from a .zas eiplorion. One 'hous-
and men are thrown out of cmploymen.. One death
is reported.
BERLIN, Mar. 16.-It is believed that R1)umania
desires to become a kingdom, and negotiations,
looking to that end, have already been opened in
this city.
VIENNA, Mar. 16.-It is annu need that Queen
Victoria.will, duiiug her approaching sojourn on
the Continent, meet the Gei man Emperor at Baden
or Welsbaden.

LONDON, Mai clh 15.-In the event of the Tories
coming into power aaain, the authorities at the head
of the Admiralty will issue ai circular whereby the
naval Cadet ships will be more generally opn to
comiltition outside the pale of naval and military
circles, and the sonsof Colonial gentlemen will have
a better opp.rtunitv that at present of obtaining
nomination, provided they come up to the standard
tesi for enliy into H. 1. M Brita nnia.---H. M. S.
C'anad.., a new steel corveite is now being built at
Portsmouth Doeky a.-, and will shortly hberenily for
lauuching.---At the Hors.e Guards it is generally
believed that Sir Selby Smythe'ssuccesaor for 'he
command of the Canada Mililia is already select l,,
and has accepted, although it is whispered that there
is some hitch regarding Lord Alex. Russell being
appointed, aind sorne ',y that the position will not
be confTerred upon him. The authorities at the
Royal Arsenal have received intimation to afford
every possible facility to an officer lof the Dominio-i
Gunneis, who isexptcted to report himself here
shortly, in the furtherance of some proposed scheme,
which it is believed is shortly to be carried out in
Canada, in connection with Woolwich F:i',.ory'.

To the ied.h, of ti, p Ro Thl Gauy.-
DEAR SlR,-.-!hilp- c:u l:c, safely e.uducted to
good :.'.lijrang,:- these I-lands witi or by the
a'lvi of a-Pilot, without his goiun _.,n board. I
have seen many e.-e4s coudu_.ted to mimnhorl'eies,
particularly in Spauish ports, the pilot hoat having
a liue from the tow ,:,' the .ship. The ,-V ui& may le
doae bvy sailing 1e..-els with a fair wind.

March 23, ISS0. .


For the Bermuda RoY/al G.tzelte.
Pew-renters will bear iu mind the adjourned
meeting will be held to-day at the School-room, at
12 o'clock, and a full attendance is important.
ONE o Tmmx.
March 23rd, 1880.

SALVAGE AWARDED.-In the case of the owners
of the Anchor Line steamer Cireassia against the
Inman Steamship Co., for an award of salvage for
towing the disabled steamer City of Richmond into
Halifar on th- 241h of November last, the Admir-
alty Court at London have awarded the sum of
.7,000 stg.. with costs.

AND NASsAtT.-Wl.e understand that the Solway (792
toun.) and the h'i.l.a ,z. (.'0 tons) are to be placed
on this line: the furiner to leave London for Ber-
imuda on the *"29th April.

THE BLA:'r LrIY op.ue'l at Pembroke Hall yes.
t,-rdav mnoriins. who have not seen the
plant-, an.d take Ln intei,--t iia flowers, should eo it.
to-day, as it rapidly loses it.- be.-uLy.

To ConimnIsroNDENTS. "Hints to Teachers" in
our next.

MARRIED, on Thitiursds, Marchi 11h, oat Zion
Church. by Rev. E. B. .', assisted by Rev. Wm.
Ryan., EDW.nRD \V, 'V..LFr, 0f St. George's, to
lis AN- NIc E. J.o:.-, .l-,u ihtr .:ft ilie Iat e W T.
Jarne4, ol Harmilton.

DIED, at. ii residence. 14 Che.ster Terrace, Regent's
Park, London, on thie 'Sth February last, in the 60th
,'year of hi asre, afl-tr a hort illness, C(' .ARLES WIT,-
LIAM. GRAY. E-qr., son of the late B. Charles
T. Gra.y. E.sir. and Senior Meilber of the firm of Charles William and Wentworth Gray, of.31,
Great, St. iHlen's, Londion, leaving a large circle of
relatives and trionils to lament their losi.
.......... on '7th February. at Clifton. Bristol, ANN
TUc'KtsR GORE, widlow of the late Admiral John Gore,
aged 84 years.



Saturday next, 27th inst.,

,It 7d. per lb.
H amilton, ~!'arch 23, IS80.

Notice to Pariners and
Owners of

I'The Undersigned will be prepared
to forward Consignments of BERMUDA
Messrs. E. P. LOOMIS & CO.,
Arul will also pay full Cash lHates for Produce
throughout. ihe Season.

G(OLD I)11).% FTS on New York may be had
during the -Season.
I larmlton, Marclh 2, ISO.-3p tf


The Uidlersigeicd solicits consign-
mneini.s to
ill. .CoEli
156 \\'e-i St., YoYk,
.A nd "il! a;ii ;id to ; ,-- it. ,-: .,i pi"e" ne t .-rc-
duce lii3 -, i-*ners lthr,_u .hult "Jrtp Sei.-.ll,
Proi,,i-c,. '--'lies.:' ''!B! i,'. riir ,.ej.
I. S. ING -iA ...M,
]5tlih aiu .h. ,..ri.-- ; :-i


M:ach 12, I.S0.

?TR. ErI.Iro,-1\V1,? br for a small spa,:o in yomu
pa er thi w.ek : first, we will refe-r t..) te old pro.

to youe recolle-'ctiou the state of the weather on Weld-
ue-d.y hlst aind s.1y if th,-re was any ( for
ih.:. ilue to b- :l:d. Aoreover, wve have to say,
th-- .bal nnot be s-een until you get near the
Bridge ; it is solow that it cauunnot be distinguished,
being b-lov the trees. (It is strange to say that
as near as that. was to the Bridge there was no
pi'rsion tu be s'nea thi're. A fine look must be kept.)
WV.' :i'i-4) i..n-idi]:.-r, that merchants themselves should
take some 'tep-) ronuerniug this matter, for when
boats are kept fro-m passing through, they are kept
from their ugod.. But it is nothing more than
pure for the Bridge to be closed every time
thie ball is hoisted. We mu.:-h regret the loss of our
old Brid_-e Keeper, Mr. Win. Steed, who can never
be forgotten by boatmen. Mr. Steed was a boat-
man himneli, tliercfor. hlie was a qualified man for
that purpose: but our present is a navigotor; we
,trust on his navigating t-xcursions he did not short-
'en sqil so so'o as he does on the Ship Causeway.
Anyhow, we think it time that he should shake
out reefs and give us a chlanee to make a good pas-
sage. Would like to through to-morrow.
Respectfitllv yours, &c.,



Auction Sa I

A Ai'2D o''ln1,,
At 12 o'clock,
To-morrow, Wednesday,
24th Inst.,
At the Store formerly occupied
By the late John Harnett, Esqr.,
Deceased, the following, viz.,
Official and other ENVELOPES
Miseellaneous Reading BOOKS
Segar BOXES Iron Table LEGS
Medicine CHEST
IRON SAFE, in geood order
LI Platform SCALE, to weigh 1000 lbs.
.i-... T ADDERS'TP T.Larp .BELLT,

By Public Auction,

On Thursday Next,
The 25th instant,
At. I o'clock, P.M.
50 ,UGAR Cured HAMS
5_0 S10 Bls. Bright Grocery SUGAR
100 Lbs. Philadelphia CONFECTIONERY
5 Bls. Kerosene OIL
5 Hlf. H-hds. Irish PORTER
15 Dozen Lager BEER
20 Tubs and Kegs Family BUTTER
25 Bottles Brown SHERRY
1 Suit New SAILS for a Schr. Rig Boat
10 Dozen Mixed PICKLES
5 Hilf. Boxes Blk. TOBACCO 14s
12 Dozen Tins Roast BEEF
20 Boxes Smoked HERRINGS
5 Boxes New Halifax CODFISRH 100 lbs. ca.
A lot of Furniture and Crockery
Gents, Farmers and Fishermen's long BOOTS
And many other Goods that will appear at
the Sale.
Hamilton, March 22, 1SSO.




A LL Persoins liable to 1be AS-
SESSED for the maintenanc: of the
Church of England in Pemibroke Parish, are
hereby notifedl that a
Meeting- will bae held at tlie

2nd April next, at 11 o'clock,,
For the purpose oft Electing a CHURCH VES-
TRY and CHURCH WARDENS for the en-
suing year.
Church iWardens.
22nd Marbch, 1880.

In St. John.s Church. Pembroke.

TmHE Undermentione'd PEWS in St. John's
-- Church, Pembroke, will be exposed for
sale at the
Town taill, I8(a iltos,9

2 CHAIRS 2 TABLES On Thursday next &Y
CAE E RR W 25th instant, At 1I o'clock, p.m., 2nd Apr-il next, at 12 o'clock, noon, viz. :
25 HAMSS SHERY WINE IN FRONT OF OUR STORES, Nos. 13, 15, 21, 51, 59 and (J5.

THOMAS J. WADSON, That well-known Yacht F. D. WARD,
Auctioneer.C 4r CI irch Veatr~l Clerk.
Hamilton, March 23rd, 1880.i ._. ___ Pembroke, M Aarch 22nd. Ii1S0.
NOr 1 vpI Havin, been lately r-fitted with New cails,
NO 11 ar.s. Fitins: h- ns full I,,t of Iron Bal- A. !-4 C { I .
a Ist, Clar i Moorings ntith Anchor; hr Cabin t3 & m
To SlIs)lpers of Bermuda i.'l iy fittId ,with Cushions and moveable -
Produce. E,- W. WALKER & ( CO., WILL BE HELD,)
I HE Undersigned Guarantees" -luctoneers. IN MEhIANICS BILING,
n, to T.ii'. I,1 t,, i-,, t 22, Iss.,N M, EC H A NICS .. ..._ _t1 .
(of I, is Il;,n..-' I'rc-.Ju e, it.ruiied to his care 1 l S( f O* V.
for' .hii. .-,.t to 1,- I.ia,,d o m. ia .!.. i' a 'f lnt'i, ,.* 9

th,mn -unVy (oh:lr person, (try on.:- CAomigr rme nt
,mlv)) if" in good ieiL t'l.~lre oiuler.
East Water street,
St. Georges, 17lh March, 1880.- 3 3p

,l II iB 'Irndersitned so!i.-it consi.-rnlmenls of
1 P I zO I0UCE for
*ff11fcrIa-. E. P. -Ic O i Co.
95 Barclay Street, New Y. rk.
Which will be forwardedd free of'chnge and eilshi
payments made :,s soon ans sales are reecived
The I highest Cash Price will be paid for Pro-
duce through lthe season.
Hamilton, March 8, 1880.-4 3p.

Green Ginger!!

G reen

First drrival Green GINGER.
Few Barrels for Sale.
Front Street (Nos. 27 and 28), 3 8
I lamilton, 23rd Malrch, 1880.

Sablir votator .s

Just Received, a superior lot of

Table Potatoes.
Call and examine Stock before purchasing
Special rates to Army and Navy Canteens and
W. T. JM31ES,
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, March 22, 1880.- 2 '3p

Sl trail al,
\\.rr.anted not to
In Cases of 5 Gallons each.
125 te(t,
At7d. per lnipeiial Gallon.
Hamilton, 22nd March, I 8S0.--2 3p

S. W. H award & Co.,
(P. 0. I3ox ;3709,)
Consignments orl I' IO'[)IC ; solicited to
aove Address, and .:oninpt 0le-s bill be re-
turrned. Highe-,t Market rates paidl for Prduice
ut!riilg Ithe sBea l,.
F. D. S'. .JASH,
hJi Fiont Street.
l- :,rnillon, March 21, 1880.-if

( I
,,(-=, 3 o^

A choice selection ou

1 ` in I.OilJnl vi:n i '.' Yor ,' per '' B. u!:uJ.-l .'
,-iso on l iuh l, a v'ariet' I o
S1 1 .- I I .. i

.' thle ..y il i, zetfe'-" Stationery Store.
Ilamilton, March 1J, 1860.-3rd page

.1 FLitilhr Supply ,fI
rWater i 5" 2i ] -,
Very lar.e "ariIety,
Re.] Fleh, exiteisi vel giow ii thI S-'o il,
Mu.-k Melon. t',ceumnber, P,'. It. i.; and oi, ler
SEEDS s'uilthb'e f..r the :'-:so)n.

lE stern & Jiglhda Cs ar elds

V ORD ilI 'Kl\IN,. AN1) WO.'?1U)
A highly iilere-iting a::ne, iplhy1d iby any numn-
ber ol persons.
A choice assortment of Table Kitchen and PIr-
lor L.A.MPS, CHANDEllIERS and L 4N-
TERNS, for Sale or Hirc

F U R N iT" U R .
Bedroom SITS \\H T-NOTS
Cane and Wood Se:it CIIA[R.RS
Child's PERAMBUL \TOit,s
Manilla SEG A .I S
Perfection anid Iichmond GEM
Vanity Pair TOIBACCO in Tins
And a variety of other Tobaccos.
45 Front Street, IIaniiltoIL, ,
23rd March, 1-80. ( 3p

SNTENDING to leave Bermuda, is now clo.-
ing his Business, and requests all persons
INDF.IlTE') to hi to pay their respective
balances not later than 30th April next. .11
Amounts unpaid by that date must be sued for,
ns it is imperative that his Books be closed.
Any person having an Account against himn
will please render it immediately for settlement.
llami!ton, M1rch 23rd, 18S0.--3rd p


2`T1130 MASSES rLT
Have Received, via New York, a
S .pply of

To whi.ih tli-y, iivite attention.
Paei, aich gS, I0.---2

ever seen.
Come in time and look for yourself.
You will be surprised Just think You can
see Suiomerset, St. George's or Ia I nilton ; yes !
even vll-ur love, in a Cry.,talizedl tiugar l'agg at
Our Bermuda (Confectiioner.
East .-roadwa1y, 'Hlariion, I d
ait., 23rI, 1880.



To ai aj)proved Puirchaser une-hl~i.f of ,pur-
tliase '.i"w could be secured oil Ml'-rtgage.
Further particulars oCn a1 p)lication to
23rd March, 1880.-1

.J0th Instant,
In11 l of the Fuinl.s of the new Me-
thodlist Church.
Tickets for Tea 1 6 each, family of four per-
soins 5'. Tickets to be had- at. Store of Mr. A.
E1. Thoi)mpson, Queen Street.
A variety of Fancy tand Useful Articles will
be offered for sale, tas well us a i, p-ntiful su:.-
1Sly of eft-.,hmulinets.
rT' Th.e p.ti',' of the Public is respect-
Doors open at 7 o'clock, Tea served at 7":_0.
Hamilton, March 23, 188s.-2 3p

L. 0. of G. S .. S). of S.
' I E- OlDicers aWiMl Members of VIC'O-.T \1
' LODG E, No. 8, intend 1oeleoriating their
Wednesday 31st instant,
T'I-neir Siter Lodges ate respec-tfhily invited
and requested to meet iat the ..1MA RlI''\T S'
IH LI., at 9 a.m., to proceed to St. John'.s
(Church, where a SERiMON will be preached by
the I EV. MARIK JAM:s, Rector of Pembroke and
lDevonshii e.
Alexan Iriniia Band will be in ii tendance.
D. of" It.
March '22, 1880.

4dn Entertainment
Will be Hel,1
iA MI 1/1 ON,

I'le 31st ant,
In aid of the LADII.ES UNION -OC'IETY.
Doors open at 5 p.m. Admission (3d.
The Alexandrina Band will be in attend clace.
1 R S. hIARRII'T BA.. N s,'
I amilton, March 22, 180.-2

T'o be ia fled for,
Lo soon as the Liit is filled tip, of which notice
will be given,

Made expressly for Ithe (.V1iinite-tlie Property
ot a (.uiilunian, loaving the Colony.
List of Subscrilwrs at tho Stationery Store
adjoining the lioyail Gazeltt" O()iv'e, Il iamilton.
liamnilton, March 13, I& 0,0.

3EA.RING that mny Custollers
"I y b.- disallippointed, I now notify ihemi
that I do not it.end to iiiimport Ut ioN :El" I),
as I aml about to leave Brni'l.ida.
I! unilsor, ?I.,rch 23-1, 1. 0.---2 8;i

h -ms , rw, iw ,

i'1A IAX, N.S.
Special atteoion iven to Conusignuiment I of
B l',iMUO A P I ODUC'L and proceeds disposed
of promptly as directed.
Match 23. 18'0.-5

Notice to Mariners, &e.

"-AST.];S ,I'F V -,L., PILI T.,. T'.IA-
li INIE :-;, BO.V 'iiB, aid l ol, ,.i -
ceined, he:,reby infr.r:,wi,l thajt plutisuil to
An Act of Pailiam en1t )p.:. ,-.l in l I ;' -; -nI.l n-
tithld No. Ani Act to ~nt!:hl ris-., th-e War: Do-..
partinent t- e:, r y o11 V1'. i l:. Eipxe.:-' riu t : n,.i
the co;-:t. f ih T.l:tl.:4-t[,. C' a11 iI l l!
PIoy':il iEni;ineiii r nu d tl. (.tti .l.-'e -..i., l n II! i.a n-
dler his 'oi :.-,_ will o. u(.'u opn tl'"r tit,' 1-i Apri
.IN.sO till th. :1 1st AIil-'Lt !'6 (! ith w al .iT ,-(.
insi-Ile lhIe Ship Chann- l.60twO-n Fort C.'a-
ninghiain and, tbh Milita.ry HoTspital at St.
(eorg-., for the p:urpo.--,- of practising
Torplod.lo Exl:erimeniits, atnl -,essels an.l Boats
couilng within this water space. will b.? liable
to mc le to.collision with sunken obstruction
and incur soniU elanger.
The water space, thus occupied will be imark-
ed by Red Buoys at either extremiity, and .1ll
parties are warned against entering upon the
reserved:l space.
E. 4. 0,GORDON.
'0ol. R. E. (.'. R. AR.
Prospect, 1jthi March, IS..--2
" Colorist' please copy' awvl .seil Bill .j "' R1 oal
Ga:l" O[h'..-e.


HrpERE being vacancies for the underminn-
tioned Situations in 1H. M. Dockyard,
viz. :-
S T 0 R.E H O S E AM E N,
Persons willing to comloe-ti. tor tre s:am-uo ,re
requested to s'-nd in their ntmes to the NlAVAL
Than the 31st Instiat.
Pay of Writers 5/ to P a diay for- 6 days in
the week, with Quarters, if possible.
Pay of Storehousenien -i1/6 a day for 6 days.
Bermuda Yard, 17th MI-rch, 1SS0.

T IR i. V1)'. ... ,

Offers ata Ljr Ratos,
The fiillo i.J :-
Now receiving .. u L !iij.t. I i.'ag" fromin New
Yor.' I-
lp r\. Co;n i''i, \L,
Bls. Crushed SLIG: AR
11rls. Early Rio,:- P' Y) ATI'( S, very choice
1 PFish GL .NO ) Erls. ll,
Bzag. C(ON, he. 13 IR. I N(.
BII R.A N 0 ;. N llo. -e. l., E I -. 1 E1,'1

Half-llarrcl, BEEF and Pi~.Il
Boxes CHEtESE Boxes liloiida. \VW.VTI
Tins BUTTE' I and I.ARI)
Cases (o) o rE, a i i ses S.\L \i N
A.stral OIL,-a Superinr .Article
Qr.-Bales iAl.Y 11I.\IS BACON
&c., &c., &c.
Ilamiltoi, March 5. 18 0.-2 3p


.r i.i ,i r rtabks.

I Propriuto r.
March 2.3, 18s0.

Picked Up,
VY Jou. I. w^I. Pilot, of the Boat Tea:u.r,
on Friday, 19th instant, al -it 15 or 16
miles to the Suuthwest of tli i1,
Copper-fasteuied, about tO r II fee-t keel, with-
out oars or sails or iimiddle thwart. She w;.s about
one-third lull of water. 'lhe l is a [lrass Palt-
lock aft uiaiked W\. )."' 4he is now hauled
up near Long Bay, Soucr-et. Tle loosr inay
have the s8:ine o In n ipp)',0 10 JOHN R. SWAN,
Pilot, Sonmerset, andI couCing on r.iiieasmnable

N.B.-She is a red-painted
band and a white streak.
Somn-rsei, March 222, 1880.

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Boat, with bli:ck



.4. 4
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a.. ~.c
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Notit e.

i E L N

I.,._i.i.';,:;. ^? :,12 M archb. 1' o0.
,, r,-t',:,r:n.:, t,., tih N -ic. i.iss- d fron
t i )fi-.. on th,. :-2n i (cober, IS77,
i.-.i-,, kn .,wn the !::-;l-li,,ions which w,.ere in
fullur,' ti 1 >.- -1.-. ;r.-..l ,.'i th r. c. if.-l ti t i tl, iqie
.,f 'iiiaria Li., -nee- : I ,novw hereby ive fur-
ther notice that., by (Command.l of H EXEL-
LEN. 'Y i ':N : mi Collninilor-in-
Chi'-f acid ("lrin-i.ry of thes4 Isl:ani, it will be
l'eess:tary for tle' fiutlure that the Certificate
called for by th. S.on, Rc-.rilation of the
2211-l Oetob1: I:.17 7, from the Clergyman, Milln-
i.ster or P.-rson to \Vi. .hii a Licence is to be Iad-
drs,:-d, or frol:nia a Justice of the Peace, or
fromi two Householdlers of known character
an, probity sh-:Iuld l''valwav, when possible. not
only statt: th,tt th0 l.:ri.,S c" 0 :persons giving
:. (- C l'rtificat? is or ar.e pe'-'son lly aiequa-inted
with thll:, appli,::i-t -bt should flurth-r i stat
the a,:ldr'ss .f their applic:ant. that is to say,
whI.', h. rsi,:.., manl also., what is his.- prof':-s-
.sin or (allin : -and I ih.l'rt-by "i\'v? notiee that
in all iinstan:-.s where thf p 0rso or persons
giving these. Certineates r unaiblle or oilit to
give this information th. Marriage Licence
will-cxeept in very s: cial and .rge-it eases
-be delayed for one week to give time for
ninaking nec,:s.--':arv, inqiuhie:. I ny specially
l'rgent ease should occur th:- sei:-ciil ecm-
stances riquirin, such ur'.ecy .'bhoiuld be sot
foi th in the pplitin Ithei Licence.
./ H is E .,',. <.. /. ('" ,,,t.., ,
3 Co,..,nial Secretary.


CONSIDERABLE delay in the delivery of
SLetters, rand, conii..C'qui:-nt inconvenience
to the Public, h:,ving arien t'from' the imper-
fet Ll.ianllll illn which ml-iity Letteis are ad-
dressdl, thlie C'OLr.Ni.L P:isruTASTErn earnestly
requttests the Pbli.- to as..i) hinl in his efforts
to Ensure the ., r'-? :iupt. au.d early delivery of
correspond.llnce, by always writing, on the
address of Letters, not only the Parish to
which each Letter is to be sent, but also the
particular Rlec.-ivinof House in that Parishl
within whose, circle of delivery thie correspon-
dvnt addr,,:e.ssed resicds.
It. widld g_.utly facilitate th. a--:rvic,-, of the
Post O'l'.-, if G ntliemi.i an1:u L:-dlies would
learn, when dating th,_..-i letters or not -s, to
give, not only ti hin-1 ia;i' ,fi tlhe Pairish within
which iL:y r.-.i'...;, o l at l, also the number or
other distinuisi.hiaie dle-inationi of the Re-
c,-ivin.ii House from which letters addressed to
theI should d be delivered. Their Correspon-
d:-nts would thus be always able, to give the
proper and complete address on their replies,
and thus much trouble be saved to the Post
Office anld much inconvenience be spared to
the Public.
C. P. M.
Colonial Post Office, Hamilton, )
17th March, l.. )




HAMILTON, 22nid March, 1SSO..
NOTICE is hereby given that on a td after
-'' the 1st APRIL NEXT the delivery of Let-
ters in the Parish of Pembroke will be extend-
ed to the Western District as far as Spanish.
Point and to th. Eastward as far as the Lane,
which forms the boundary of that Parish.
A daily delivery of 1,ettrs will also) be maile
to St. David's Island from St. George's Post
2 coloniall Postmaster.


r p[HE Undersigned will -live their
personai aatterio (.p l t he, iiw rdfiug (t
BEL'MUi)A PL.OlUCE. to the coa-iginment of
Mlessh#s. JWok,& oW I.A l1 (o.,
Of New York,
During the coming Crop 'Season.
All charges for cost of [iemiltlance for nett
proceeds will have t, lie borne by the owner of
the Goods.
The highest market rates will lie olofained and
Account Sales returned promptly.
Hamiiton, Bermuda, ) "i
I arch 9, 1880. :t 3 p

Post Oflice, i aumihloa,22nd Marcli, 1880.
Jos.o Pereira do, A.sienco, J A ."Jn:m, Ja, Silvo-
ira dto Amnaal, Joao do I.imt.-nc.uri, iMrs 1edding-
field, \V H Bulley, Lv' a !. e:.-1. ii J L In sa.:n, Mrs
Robert Cooper, Bri u C:;y',' G L ''licton, R.oa
':am n, Mr.;C 'u" mmunin's, Tilo, 1 ; i 11 .,,,ane, Fraserr
D.-Shle l, NJ [.ii-,I S1l;i,p Delph-I ,"Jii J \V Dodge,
D C, iqht, Ji.i ri.l Fri-' vei', c ;.l. ,o D.n- 'in,'os
Fre eir-, J,. i. i ...-. 'r .'. ..z, .a.. -s F
ifu, ",ilea, [ "*l 1.i :v It ," i-i i H antil:,. ,
',!ai y a [ in t' '. ..l: '.' ,. i. ,.'. r. !. L.! i., .:: V i
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-* ', ,L'iii ,., M i .s u np.ov,

\hit E I rot,, .),, ';.^ r:L.., l. Son .\ i'honiai, Rluth

FICE ST. GEO1-GE'S, i'March 22, 1-80.
Thos lo.,vs, I -reii.h B3uicher, Joseph Buritih r,
Lawience .lon I- irmcvi, , P Hlll. .. r Jacklnd,
%V A Lon.>. D.vid Piicher.

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p i ,' t n, ii. r. -,t, 'r, t-1. .. iL ,l !r' ,,0: ':
Shuwiug a d:fi: it of ........ .... ...... ; ,-3
Of this :31 i, n5. was loss nI'':u lea:-_d lines, in-
eluding the Nw York and Canuada Rilrouad.
Tlhire were nined f.,r n.9-iint ot f ti-,, C'oipiuy
200 %nd Di fI'll t o

,I, -,,1 : ,I I .III T I- _N1:1L I I j J )
for ot',-,r l-aiii..-, in.kminki "- a tit
The E.TILE C- -T of /lit,' *'l- ije f1,
fro On the ul:,prei(:c-enti:d 1igh w
1879, i in''lude'l in the statement
Ithourgh something like 1,--
coal were trausporfed than dmu
year, the increase in acturiil profi
only some n-.145,000.

Gross earnings
from all sourrees 14.4:'_,7S4
Less expenses ...... !0,931.3.10


1 .f I t -.,,..,II : t ,
1 I u.-iih ulting,_
Pvater of Dc.-en bi r,
at of x ,p.-' -..

f"ir.*OiiO to_ n"ore
itn..-i tle pr<-,,'oceding
,t4 i t set dowu as

1S79. Inerea.e.
9.94-2,91 ,5.459..'077
6,131.$39 5,3.:31,4_9
3,81'',-,52 .4$159,018

Deduct interest on
bonds and rental
of leased toads... ,:3.61n.7-'-4 ;-3.;"-!,431 k1.,7,,7
Actual profit......... 1 --7. 710 1 1-:6,( 21 N1-15,:311
S73,Si09 cost of change of guage has been writ-
ten off the assets, leaving the stuplus inecme 6;3,-
The Ajnual Report for 1S7':' showed a d,.-f-it of
$12.5,76S'37 on the year's operations, curiet re-
ceipts bc-iug ,$1,1N3,S4S-'13 and cnrieut di0bursr-
ments I 1,309,1-2-30. The c-il touuage of 1879
was 4,158,034, a gain over the previous year of
1,654,303 tons. $7'93,000 of the Company's cousoli-
dated 7 per ceunt bonds were sold at an average of
88 per cent. The floating debt at the lose of the
year was $1,000,000, against which the Company
hold 1,10-,600 of consolidated 7 per cent l.ornds
and 18,900 shares of stock, which the directoi-
have refused to sell to New York capitalists, w1ho
offered for it, believing that the sto.-'k will increase
in value in the future.
In consequence of the mild Winter aud the short
demand for domestic- consumption, the leading an-
thracite coal companies ame now only iuiniug thrive
days each week to the Ist April, which is relieving
the market. The demand is good for large zes fcfor
manufacturing purposes, so that, for domestic use,
only the small ?izes made in the course of miniug
will be available. Her.:-tofo-re th,.- larg,- liump had
t,, be broken up to fiud sale in small sizes. The
unsatisfactory, thliough not unexpected, finaueial
results of 1f&79. notwithstanding largely increased-
production, is telling ou tlhe management of the
coal trade so far this season.
The American Manufacturer" gives some in-
terestiun. facts on the prices of pig iroun authracite
No. I at Phiindelphia from 1S44-1S79. DutiuEr that
time, at irregular intervals, the pn ic:e was 1-F-low .CO0
for 21 years aud 1 mouth, and above $ :30 for 14
years and I month. Durinv- 6 years aud 11 mouths
the price was above q40 duiiug-'the time o.f war and
era of inflation.
The Grand Trunk Panilway have contracted for
120,000 tous coal to be delivered at the Inutern.-
tional Brid..e, Buffalo, S0,nn00 tons Albion Mimes
coal to be delivered at Montreal, aud l-1,000 tons
Albion Mines coal to be delivered at Portlaud.
The steamer 'Normau Monarch" lande, a n:-ro
of Block House Mine coal at the Manhattun Ga.
Light Company's works. New York--lJ..5 ti,u.,
the largest cargo ever shipped from the Provinu:e-s.
Mr. Henry Pitman writes to the Manuehebtfr E,.-
am;ner as follows: Mr. W. E. A. Axon, in his in.
teresting essay on The Future of the English Lau-
guage, an Argument for a Spelling Reform,' supplies
information as to the number of people throughout
the world who speak English. French, and German.'
The figures are. in round numbers, English, 79,00(1,-
000; French, 40,000,000, and Germain nearly 56,-
000,000. De Candolle puts the number of people
who peak German at 62.0(10,000. MAir. Axon's es-
timates for the other lananages of Europe are as fol-
lows: Russian, 51,333,333; Spanish nearly 44,-
010.o00; Italian. 27,5,0,000, and Portuguese, nearly
14,000,0(0. In England the population doubles it-
self every 56 years; in the United States in 25
years; Germans and Russians double in 100 years, the
French in 140 years, the Italians in 135 years, the
Spaniards in 11 years, and the Turk; in 555 year,!.
It is calculated that English will be spoken by near-
ly 2,000,000,000 people in 120 years. It is probable
that out language will be adopted by 40,000,000 of
Japanese when the 'spelling difficulty' is solved.
Prof. Grimm says: "English appears destined
to become tLe world's language. Did not a whimiui-
cal, antiquated orthography stand in the way, the
universality nof this language would be still more evi-
dent. Mr. Axon is of the same opinion. His words
are: If other nations have succeeded in reforming
their orthography and we know this to be the case with
the Dutch and the Spanish, we may hope for success
also in the sAme undertaking. And when that day
comes on' which we have swept away what Max
Muller has wei! called our corrupt and effete ortho-
graphy" we sball have destroyed the last and only
barrier which prevents English from being the lan-
guage of the world."
A line of railway is at present in course of con--
stru.'tion which. vLwhen ioplhted, will traverse a
slate so ail..s-,litoly forlosu of iron, raw o matnaiuac.
turned, that its inhabitant- ar', statedl to be as ignu.:'r.
ant of that metal's uses as were the inhalitant.. of
.Switzerland during the age of Flint. The rnil. o
the Inuter-oceanic Mexican line, destined to eross t:he
Is'hmus of Tehauntepec, cannot fail to create a livre-
Iv se-untiuon in ('hiaplas, the State in q.'estion. i bhre
the nmetali- ip liruc ,t ..We.te,-n eivilin ution, iro::m
a ttpetnnv nail to a Krupp eighty-tou caniuon, are
utterly utn'kui.wn. Withiu a circle of eighty miles
round the ,apital of Chiapa-, Paleuque, no ,mithy
or irounmoger's ship is visible to the unkedest eye
of the most ob~ervanu, traveller. The several pars
of ll t.rticlet fl {urtuituce are kept to ether by eord:
or vine tendril'h nnd no atom of mletiil tiute'i, inJut,:
the construction ot v hicles, cooking utou.nis. or im-
plenentrts uied in the pr.etice.:' t any h i:i,-eraftl. It
is irpsBsibie. under Le circtm .'t-i e .', *t c,.(j,.-<-
tute what. imru,'e.? in will be pr::,dhi,td iupr.a the
minds oe the primiive C'bi-lipiatu by th.i fitt e:-
puess train ah,'hb flit trtuiI- thIei,-te'rntory, ji ;-
com otivt a'i'L.> ripn'er .-u.i'g.' a gret i *t*on i -. : :'*
thkn hba,' h to bn uitt u tttitci iiui o iU a. ;;nai by
(ore'u' n-uterpt ise over i.,ce t11 ti, sr d inc.:-,er.

D_ ring ext'rir ':nL- cG ,i.r..:.l b.-- rt v itc-:C .:. t
Duiliu (i n i thai) tihe steel tube-' of thle li0-.toC g n
v as t i cl; : lter 2-5 sl'.!s -,d 2.,,. t l t i r-I i .
The tu,.ret was slightly iamag. d, thot L-e ,ac! ;:
of the vessel was not injured, and Lhe tidi w ,
resumed. Ten persons were slightly wutindedl. i' t
....., :1.. -n ,-rn' t,

FO LA i. A L' !' ", I Z \ ',
V' NA, Fel' : ..-A -'0 1 "--&1 "t A'-h r n..i'l -

:m y' oi is 0; .,h.- I ) ii i,-,:; e.. he :,i .i .
eeC. I e tIh I ri-v ,r'?e *n:boil-i .c 10, to -re'.t lthe p'-
tLtiM n, o that 'i:n.., iti.r,-r, "r rer.tcrio g tiie confi-
dence of the ''c ", -.-i r: i'ord tri-sm an o-ppetilonily
cf drtoliu ig hcii i; J r.,. *:"'.' of p,,,ceful ri ;l ion, i (Id:-v -

LONDON, M.i.i'heb I.--ihe S/,,?udrd says the an-
nounicement of di .-oluir,,i t,-uld come upon ino-
lody wild saurptise. Thl, choice ,1f limp and season
will be generally recar.1el as convenient and ju-
dicious. Ekctioneoeriug agents have already comi-
menced operations.

.,:r> .h Ir i 'tal, te i;ft, on the op-
urs f!r.;m Antic ra of Mr. Parnell. the monster
, eettio.ns in of his scheme for pecai ant proprie-
t wr'v wili! .e reani'nel by a series fM county demon-
slralir, s ;n ,dI p.i ts cf Iretand.
T'fh news fr-,mr Vienna of tbie bhPlrotbal of the
Archdul-.r- Ruid,'prh, Prince Imp-tial of Austri.i, to
the Princess Stephbnie ('lo)tbihld, of Belgium, is offi-
cial. Paror- v.on flavmril-', the Austro-Hungarian
Minister of For:-ign Affits, made the announce-
nmeat at a diplomatic dlinun-r ye-terr'ay.
The news received from the interior of the Rus-
sian empire is hea'trending. Famine and diplheria
are decimating the population. The provinces of
Saratof and Kiel. which annually export enormous
quantities of grain, scarcely bad any crop at all last
year. The calamity iQ aggravated by the want of
fodder for the cattle, the peasants being forced to
sell them at any price. In the Caucasns the famine
is still greater. iHee people arc committing suicide,
selling their children, and taking other extreme
measures to steve off starvation. The Government
and private charity are doing their utmost to alle-
viate thkir suffering.
The death of Mr. John Duthie, at the age of89,is
anrn::unced, identified with the shipbuilding of Aber-
deen, since 1810. His sons carry on the business.
To thp days of wocilen ships the reputation of the
I)ulhies was built tip by the succession of splendid
ves 'e!l that lthey launched from their yard, till the
ALrI,",eet clippers were known everywhere, carry-
ing the name and fame of thc-ir builders to all parts
of the globe.
Stanugs slori..-b come ftior India of the feats per-
forini'd by a native merstmerizer named Bunt, whose
magnetic power wronil .ppear to be found quite it-
resihtihle by the lower animals, upon which he ex-
cluiv-lv exenta it. He gi'ee seances. to which the
public are invited to brin.t all sot ts of ferocious and
untamable wild l'easts and hlilda them with hbis glit-
tering eye. In a few seconds thev subside into a
condition of cataleptic stiffness, from which they
can only he revived br certain passes which he
souatinly executes~ ith bis right hand. A snake
in a state of violent iriita!ion was brought to Buni
by a menagerie proprietor, enclosed in a wooden
cage. When deposited on the platform it was
writhing and hissing fiercely. Burn bent over the
cage anI fixed his eye upon its occupant, gently
waving his hand over the serpent's restless head.
In Ples that a minute the snake stretched itself out,
stiffened, and lay apparently dead. Buni took it
up and thrust several needles into its body, but it
gavp no sign of life. A few passes then restored it
to it :.'urmer angry activity. Subsequently a sav-
age dog, held in a leash by its owner, was brought
in, and, at BLui's coa nrnand, let loo;e upon bim. As
it was toward him, bristling with lury, he
raised his hand, aTnd in a second the fierce brute
dropped upon its Ielly as though stricken by light-
ning. It seemed absolutely paralyzed by some uu-
kno"n agency, and '.vas unable to move a muscle
until released from the maguetizei's spoll by a ma-
jestic wave of his hand.

. ... . .

r -E PUnderSigned having lately
acrive.d from n-eri,-a "nd hat\in ;a thl ,-
roti h k 'ow. f '.i,, PAINTING BUSI--
NE:.'.SA in ;.l. it Hr.-nches, will be thankful
f : a limi:--d o.,e of ile Public Pn[ronave.
Iavii:g t.iken the Shop in Parliament n treee,
lately by iMR. 'At.\lOU!S, where all
Or-ler'. will iteet with prompt attention. Terms
iluode i',.ie.
[:nt.-,iilon, Der. 23, 1 9.-- 3 mns.

A Market Wagon
--nearly new.-:Apply at 'i.rv.ya izettu"
-tationery "toie.
Hanilton, Deer. "23, 1l579.

John M. DeWolfe,
Malafacturer of all kinds of

S-a vv it a
NO 0 RTi 'E i ST CO M 0 N,
Cairria.igs liuilt expresly for !Beinuda when
Agent at Bermuda.
S litffnl er IS9-5-12 i;5


H. aoove WA\V U TC[ 1 S for bot h
-- ,:dcli.-e anl1 -enti n -;.. "re kept con ttantly
oi I y i t- '. ne.: ; n v r:r .io l..v -
mn,.'nt n iOr i Stock! w.vill i:-, furiniiled at thre
,; ., :..; ... >r' i I'"-' -.,, Ein ie to order
"n -,~, :,., -e '% .M-'. ?, ":i.o "'ra 'i ',"

i [L .
[',, .* '.. r -. i l e i!, )t Oii
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DutndonD:l'i Stre-et, lH: iilton.
Term.I. iModerate.

A NY Persons hnvin2 CLAIMS
-_~a- a.aiiist DANI1, i'. OUTRFRiilD)GE
Late of lifamiltou Parish, leceas'd, are r .qlue~ ted
t.I ritnder telio s.n-ie to the IUi resignede d o, or be-
I'um c the first d:,v or fApril next : -ind all Persnoinm
iij -biel t.o the Es!.,t.' 'vill tplise make p ymin'nt
by the above dawe.
I amilton I"arish, Fuby. 10, I83)0.

DAVID K IJFVI N. has this day retired from
S lie Firmn of ?. ... YOUNf; &, CO.,
inctio -,ers and1 (t neral Coromi;nsion Mer-
chants. I. A. YOUNG only is authorized to
collect amouinis due and will pay all debts. The
Business will be continued hy the Undersigned.
R. A. YOUNG & CO.,
35 Nassau Street,
N. Y. City.
February II, 1880.

PA I NI'TS, OlS N, V NII lNE, GL-\.s,
PUI'TY, BI1USI!ES, &c., &c.
Every descripticii of C'.'ICOR made ready for
J. E. E V \NS t'ik.s this opportu,ilty to thank
the Public in general for itleir liberal patronage
and will endeavour (:Is in the so iln the
future), to merit their continued lavours.
14 Queen Street, Ilamilton,
-ehlruary 3, I18S0.

George A. Sanford,
Manufacturer and iDealer in
'PI a ir 7 U j O T. ,
Basin '1T'OP', &c., &c.
Any design cut to order. No charge for ordi-
nary Inscriptions.
Persons forwarding orders, or wishing any
information, please apply to
Agent for Bermuda,
42 Front St.
Hamilton, Octr. tith, 1879.-I y

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish

Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per'-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in li milton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon--commencing on 1 st April.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 Ilbs.
and npwardb.;
.pepenny!half-penny uni er 12 Ibls. "
lcirmnd:i Artificial Iee company.
Iiamilton, March2-lt.h, Ib79.

For Sale at a1 againn

Complete, '
With Bottlin, Table, 70 S-iphons. and Filling
Machine, all in good order.
Please apply at thIe '" oyal G,.zette" Office.
Hamilton, February 2nd, 1880

A Gentleman and Lady, or Two
Ladies, ca'i be accommodated with LlDDG-
INGS in a Cottage in this Town.
Particulars please apply at the Office of this
Hamilton, Dec. 1st, 1'79.

W. 0. F.A, SA ( E, M.,
F.A.A., D.S.,

For Sale,

Thle Chestnut M'are

late the property of Capt. Inmesly, 1R. ,.
A Sure I'Fecer, goo.1 ll ack or Catriage 1Horse,
\\ i:l stand fire and h'-s been used, with troops.
Apply to
Lt. I-19th Regiment.
St. (eorge's, Feby. 25, 1880.

For Rent,
LT s

And 'Ti' o ic o AND i i Paget
laitb v OcCl iiue iy .',ir Lou;.:A 5CiOSTOCK, c.all'iu
'4 J .1 R ;i 0 1',
cet.taini:- Tw.-ive .ceie-s, !im rL or less, extend-
itg lthe i'atcr'.- i. L ai-, l:ton iartbour oni
the Nort-i,. v. the ,ai d .! on the .outth..
I or u lith-1r p :,rti:.-ti ars iDapply to
Hamilton, 29th December, 1079.

0 S. Vh i tt er,
Valchmaaker, XewAlleer & ln-
Offers for Sale Cheap,
A Choice Selection of
i'acbhes, Clodcks, Jewelry
and Silver Plated Ware,
And Persons intending to purchase will find (by
calling at his Store,) ample room to say I
have at last found a Cheap Jewelry Store."
N. B.-Parties who have not Settled their
Accounts for the past four years, need not ask
for Goods on Credit, but extend to all the same
Call and See.
Reid Street, next West Gazette" Office.
December 15th, 1879.


REAT progress has been made within a few
years ii. te art of Preserving Fruits, Ve-
getables, Fish and Meats in tins, and in conse-
quence the consumption has largely increased.
As yet, however, canned goods are not generally
thought to be fresh," and some brands are not,
perhaps, entitled to be so considered. Those
packed by us, however, are Hermitically Sealed
at the sources of supply, when they are in the
best possible condition, by a process which pre-
seives the much-to-be desired fresh.
flavors ; and they are really in better condition,
fiesher, more il :latable and wholesome thani
many so-called "I'reih" articles which are ex-
posed for sale during considerable periods of
time in city markets. All goods bearing our
name are guaranteed to be of a superior quality
pure and wholesome and dealers are authorized
to ref-ind the purchase price in any case where
conumers havecause for dissatisfaction. It i-3,
ih.rel'ore, to the interest of both dealers and
coniiiuers to use THURBER'S BRANDS.
II. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Manifhacturers of iand Dealers in Food Products,
West Broadway, Reade and Hudsoni
Streets, New York.
December 23, 1I790.-3mr










United Statr. ,MIail Steamers.

MONTANA sails Tuesday Jany. 27, at 5 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Feby.3, at 10a.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday Feby 10, at 5 a.m.
WVYOM.ING sails Tuesday Feby. 17, at 10 a.m.
MONTANA sails Tuesday Marrh 2, at 9 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday March 9, at 3 p.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday March 16, at 9 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday March 23, at 3 p.m.
NEVADA sails Tuesday March 30, at 8 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perftcl ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and l'iano on
each Steamer.
The U. S. Mail Steamer Blermnuda'frorn Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can lhe
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
29) Broadway, New York.
New York, January 15, 1S80.

t tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilet and
;al, a reviving scent and a powerful ,lisinfectan;,
FoOwarm climates it is invaluable.
RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB, and other fra-
grant Perfumes.
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolness lo the head.
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
boxes, barrels and packets.
RII1.MEL'S AQUADENTINE clenis, whituns
and preserves tlie teeth, refreshes the month, and
sweetens the breath.
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder lhich diffuses
the healthy and refreshing eimianations ofl the Pine
and Eucal) ptus Forests.
E RIM M.'I FL, Perfumer by appointment to II. R.
-1. Princess of \\'Wales-, 9, Strand, Lilondon, and 17
Boulevard des ludliens, Paris.
May 27, 1879.

t-.,ofecliot agalinas't S i .,
Can be obtained from the
of .LO?,naO,I
Onfe of the ionn t Established aind Waltliies
t. -lices in Great EB'i'. i.
Thl:oui-, the II 'ANCH Ft;-'FICI in these
IsiUnd .'!avingg is eiTecl.ed to ti' sInsured
of tiei, .,t'mp Duty, a vet y cotnsiderr.iIJe itetm.
ihl!IKi taken both o6 ,EAi.AL ani,! PERSONAL
Ik'Jie't E-i i', lor 3, C 1 r l' mioun hs,.
No t'L.' ;:IiJ no ,iak.G i~ br i'olicies.
ria:uitou, September 9th, 1856.

elehrated for nearly a cenimiry pa, i of thee rry
est English nianifirciure. For its purity ard great
excellence it has obtained the following
ONDON, 18'". PARIS, 1867. CoRDOVA, 1-'27,
LIMA, S17'2. PH!LHELPHIA, 157d
VIENNA, 1873.
nly Gold Medal for English Perfumery, P.irii 187.j

ltkinson's Choice Perfumes' for
the Handkerchief.
Vhite Rose. Frangipanne, Ylang Ylang, Stephano-
tic, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Eqs. Bouquet
Trevol, Magnolia, Jaismin, Wood Vio-
let, Gold Medal Bouquet,
And all other odours of the finest quality only.

Jitkinson's Florida Water
nost fragrant Perfume, distilled from the choicet

itkinsonsm s Quinine Hair Lotion
very refreshing Wash which stimulates the skin
o a healthy action and promotes the growth of t-he
AT K IN S 0 N' S
Ethereal Essence of Lavender,
powerful Perfume distilled froi the finest flowers
\id other specialiiecs and general articlh s r.I Per-
ilnery may be obtained of all dealers Iheouighout
the WVor(J, aud tuj the lanufacturefs
-. -. E' I:n-T.i hlN 0 N,
CAUTION.-Messrs. J. &, E. ATKINrSON manu-
acture their articles of one and the best quality only
l'urchasors are cauiitoned to avoid counierleiis by
observing that each article is labelled with the Firm
'rade Mark, 's a Vhite Rose on a Golden Lyre"
printed in seven colours.

The fled Star Brand

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

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Am J '

Reid Street, \\est ol 'Royal Gazette" Ontce,

Oifice ilouis-10 Lo t2 aand i to 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tuesdiys and Fri-
Orders Promptly Attended to.
IHamilton, O.ctober '26th. 1876.

JL d.!Y,.ICK.-M1ARICH, 18830.

Sur(J. 2, Tide.

Sris. sets.

Tu 5 58 6 1-2 13 5 .54
\Ve558 6 1 14 6 42
Th .556 6 14 15 7 30
Fri5 54 6 14 16 8 18
Sat 554 6 14 17 9 6
S, 552 6 16 18 9 54
liMo5 51 6 17 19 10 4 2
Full Moon 26 day 9 hour -

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Annen.-Lady Day


4 minute a.m.

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every 'Tuesda) by DoN l Ml'PHf.LE L.EE,
Printer to the (Queen', Most Excellent
,aj esty,
NorLh.west Cornerof P.Reid andflurnaly Streets
t uamiltou,
where L ank,, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents,
at S.1. Georges for the Royal Gazelle,
Messrs. GEORGB BOYLE &SON, West End,
Water Street.


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