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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Volume ID: VID00013
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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. 13.-Vol. LIIX. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUES. 24s. per Ann.

aiamillot, Berinetrda, Tueesday, .Mlarch 30, I SSO.


For the Bermuda Royal Gazette.
The concrete method is sometimes called analyti.
and sometimes the induclive-tle abstract method is
often called the synthetic method. According to the
analytic method we present individual olijects for
examples-the children examine these, observe
their various characteristics, note re-emnblances and
differences, classify, derive principles and rules.
This method deals with knowledge as it exists in
nature, and not as the product of thought ; it leads
a child from the observation of the practical to
infer the general.
According to the abstract method we cause chil-
dren to commit to memory definitions which others
have arrived at through investigation, and apply
these principles and rulks to the various ci0as. thit
come before him. From this we see that the ab-
stract rmethod begins with definitious ; the analytic I
with individual examples. Thl: ae two methods
may both be advantageously employed in the work
of education, but each in its own plac-e.
In sel:eting either of these methods we should
take into account the general culture of the
The child should come au investigator like one
who is examining the subject for the first time;
but the work niu-it not I..e implyy an inve-.tiga-
tion conducted by the teacher, in the presence of
the children as 'ilent sp-:-ctatorn. This kind of
teaching merely unbur.ienss the n.ind of the teacher
instead of experiencing, exerci-': and, developing
the minds of the clii ,r.:,. h.t:- n ti. le-:cher '::-r-
ries on the work by a pri.ess of le.:turinu_' or con-
tinual talking, he allow:,- no opprtntuity of a,:ti ity
on the part of the children, anud he cannot judge
how far he is adapting hium-elf to their condition
and wants. Good teaching consists of a judicious
combinat ion of direct .-.ateutCi-nt's, que- t ic-._i siandellip- By such teaching a teacher will not hasten to
tell them what they ought to infer or to observe,
but he must tell them what '.-aunnit 1,e discovered
by reason or observation ; children sliculd be led to
work out knowledge for themselves through the aid
of guiding question. Some le,sons are adapted
more especially to examine, others to teach ; those
lessons prescribed from the text look belong more
parti'-ularly to the first cl-i's ; oral lessons belonu
to the second class. Coner.te statements and indi-
vidual examples of the look should be compared,
classified, and properly reduced to general priuni-
ples ; and the general pkiinciplhs of ..the text book
should be traced to the-ii origin in individual ex-
amples, and the child should be taught to perceive
the practical application. No oral lesson should
consist exclusively of questions, designed to teach
or develop new ideas, before we ascertain the
wants or condition of the '*Lildren ; and as our ob-
ject is to teach the whole elans we should examine
on every important idea developed, anud to make
sure that all have the idea we should repeat the
question, perhaps changing the form, proposing
it to one less clever or less attentive. Also on
concluding a lesson we should examine on the
leading points to ascertain if the class have a com-
prehensive view of the whole subject. Questions
should be stated before naming the pupil required
to give the answer; every pupil will then feel that
the question is addressed to himself; for the same
reason pupils should not be called upon in any par-
ticular order. Questions to advanced pupils should
include a topic or such a wide range as will give
scope to their intellectual powers. A generalques-
tion of this kind may be followed by questions on
particular points, included under the preceding one,
either for the purpose of bringing up something?
omitted, or of testing some pupil on what has been
stated. Questions should not be vague or indefin-
ite, admitting more than one answer equally cor-
rect, because by this means children are trained to
the habit of guessing. [To be continued.]
A full meeting of this Society took place March 1st,
at its house, 7, Adelphi Terrace, London, when a
paper upon the tendency of "Recent Science and
fResearch," was read by Professor Stokes, F.R.S.,
of Cambridge. After reviewing the progress made
by science in its various departments, he concluded
by saying, that whilst the progress of science con-
tinually extended our ideas of the operation of law,
and referred observed phenomena to) causes more
remote, it at the same time left barriers which gave
ao indication of our ever being able to pass over;
he added, that to the Christian philosopher (who
rightly recognized Science and Revelation as com-
ing in different ways, from the authorof our being)
familiarity with the idea of the r.ic'e of law in the
physical world prepared the mind for a no less or-
der in the moral world. After the disnssion, it
was announced that Pofe..,.r Hughes, F.R.S., of
Cambridilge, would read the ujxt paper.-[ Publisherld
'n the Bermuda Roy J l Gazette, by special request ol
the Honii. Secy., .1. Petrie, Esqr.]

To Farmers and Others.

f111E. Undersigned is prepared to receive and
hip, by every i.pportuniy, Cornsignmenkt
llcessrs., Dnare' l & & Co.,
New York,
Who \will secure tIe highest Market intes.
Prompt Account Sales and Settlements guar-
42 I'ront Streel.


February 10, 1880.

For Sale.


2-30 TON:'.
SAILS and iPAKiS new I,.t .'efte mbher,
CI-AIN MOORINGS warranr.-.d to be in pret-
feet Condition. Ma be seen or Tried on appli.
cation to r
J 19tlh) he t.h
St. Georgets, 6th March, 1880.


I. 0. Of Cs.X.$I D. Of&S

'MF' I~Officers an-1 Mcinbhrs of VI CT()Ri
LO-D(GF- No. h.iliend (Clehrbiring their

lWednesclay 31st. instant,
AT I-'iv,mflEUmi-,
T'lieir Sister l~od~zes are* respeciftf'llv invited
and reques:ed '.o mci' atithe'SA 11A I!,I P A N s,
11 `.L at 9 a.m., to ir~i'ted to It. Jolhnr'
(111Ch$ %c1101' re .i 'I lMLli'Will be preachied bIy
the U EV NIAI K JAN~,r-, v c r of' embiocke and

.Alexa.l ,~Idr J3iw Bid w~ilLl be in aittetndmiie.
D). of It.
MAl'ch2, '.

1111 b e H el,
~N '[HEP T'.I iN H LLL,9


hi, aid of' tue 1L % I E S LION HAS (C I EiF v.
D oo~rs open 5 p.m. Adinuii sion 'd
The Alex.-'nduiha Band wid be in ait~ed ne

Ste 1vards.

Mr Barktr, c.f Brown County, Ill., seeing his two
female cousins appioacbhing, said jocularly: "I'll
tive them a i-alute." Drawing a revolver, he
tl rew his hand back over his head and pulled the
bigger. The first shot -truck Barker'M uncle in Ike
head, and he fell dead. The young man didu'i see
this result of his first salute and fired again. This
time be hit. a young man, who stood ncar his uncle ,
and he died in forly minutes. Barker was arnestced
and will be tried for murder.


Have Received, via New York, _t
SupIply of
T'o which they invite alte ition.
Paget, \laich -2, 18,O.---2


A LL Persons liable to 1)e AS-
_SESSED for the maintenance of the
Church of England in Pemlbroke Parisli, are
hereby notified that a.
Meeting. will 1,bc held at the

2und April nest, at I1 I 'clock, a.mi.,
For the purpose of Eleeting CHURCH VES-
TRY ni; CHURCH WAR EtNS for the en-
suing year.
Church Wardens.
22nd March, 188S0.

In St. .Jt0,hl's Church, Pelbrl)roke.

T HE Underni-utioned PEWS in St. John's
_ Church, Pembroke, will be exposed for
salt at the

.. f f.

2nd April next, it. 12 o'clock, noon, viz.
Nos. 1;3, 15, -1, 58, 59 and 65.
Ch.rtch lFectry Clerk.
Perubroke, Maruh 22nd, 1,SS0.

A very handsi',re : r iuieIl lebra !ed I .,tc: I' ir'tl i dat ;ia d i lih r

.An.Iiher L,, ofi' l i,e. Superior
i,' Call and :Examiine. Cheap for Ca-.h.
Agent for the Maniul'lcuiretis.
Hanmilton, No. I West IF'rot '., 3 pd
March 16, 1890.
Dr. Prudden walked into a prayer meeting at
Benton, Minn., with an open Bible in one hand and
- -I. -.-1 1 *.1 I- 4 0 L -J- -* i h I I

I a cociked pidiol in the other. He said there had
I'Green injn0'! Been altogether too much controversy over the
-w I meaning of a certain scriptural passage, and that he
G reen G inl1e r !! I meant to kill anybody who differed with him on the
0 subject." He was hurried off to an insane asylum.

First Arrival Green GINGER. SIX MONTHS IN mZUULT .D,
FAwvB Rarreli or Salt. ---

r. U 16V i JD I i ie l .'lul- .
Front Strett (Nos. :27 and 28S),
ilamilton,, 23rd \iareli. 18SU. (
rIo be R dffld jor,

So soon as tle List is filled up, (of which notice
will be given,

MN;tle epres'ir for the ('lir-iute-tle )operty
,i a G(entlemain leaving the Colony.
30 Cl \1\'CES AT 31 EAUCIi.
Li-.t of Subscribers at the Stationery Store
adjoining the '!oyal G.zette" ()tliee, Hamilton.
Hlamilton, March IS, 1880.
i Re-egagement as GOVE'RNE'SS is re-
r/ quired by a Lndy with some 'ears' expo-
rience ini Teachiing in 'Engiand. Good refer-
ences. Englisish, "'rnch, Music, Latin.
AddreCs, ".. IW.,"
D. M'Phee Lee, Esqr.,
March i3, I,.).-3

By His Excellency/ Mijor-General SIl
C.M.G., Govearor, Com mnnder-
in-Chief, Vice Admiral and Or-
dinary, in and over these Islands,

7 has prayed for Administration on the
N I'Rl, late of Pembroke Parish, in these lands,
Merchani, deceased.
Trhis is therefore to give not'ee, that if any
Person or Persons can shew any just Causewlhy
the said Aduini-tr;ation should n-.t Ie -..nted
unto the said ELIZ\ ANN C.ASTN '. h.
she, or th Iey. :i'e (o ile his, hi,', h c til1 (',:
veat in writing, in the Secretary's Ofice of
thtse Isla'i,.s w\\ihin "'ifU en l:s Iy.' 'o;n the pub-
lication hereol', otherwise the said Adminiiii ,tri-
tion wl be granted accordingly.
C-noloajl a secretary.
Dated at the Secretarv's Office.
this 15th day of March, 18030.

t. Ii KllIETT'l', 99th lceinillCell,
Edited liv
Slnily Graphik" Correspondlent, New Y,,rk.
A highly interesting little Work ol' about 1039
paes, under 'he above little, will shortly issue,
if 0 enough subscI ibcL'r are ,litained.
Price, 5U Cent( s per copy.
Names and Addresses can be left at the
Royal (;az:te" Stationery Store, llariciltoln,
Ncw York, iMarch 11, 180.--4



52 a PL E,

Consignment-" of Produce solicited to the
above lir,, and forwarded by u1.
Ilamnilton, Bcie rud.i,
`eL6,3. 16, .. .

Oli ce,
To the Farmers of Bermuda.

The Undersigned solicits consign-
mnents of'

413 & 48 BRO.\D AVE., \\ l';ST \..\illN(-
And will attend to the slipping of same.
Produce bought at Mairkt prices.
SO)llt..e, ;J (ui.Cn 11 Siu t-'.
I Ianuitio:,, ';iM re'l 1.5, l t1.-- l n

A Market V0ag0on
-neai- ly ntw.-Apply -at "lib. l Gazetto"
Staiionery -toie.
I liamilton, Deer. 23'o, 1079.

ThoasifIowbra 'b


C~~).T "Al3TQ
xi I i

.9 r~
r~ ~
'N, N.-.

speciall aiteentlo *ivet ti Con0-i-u, umenis of
iil E K UDA I'UI%(DUC'. a;ind proceeds diswpo-ed
of prompilyv as directeJ.
March 23, I18.0.--5

R. W. Htpyward & Co.,
G |, 1-:I. 1 1I,
S IPPfA G ./A.ND C.OV ll Il.S-
(1'. 0. Box 37090,)
52 iXCIIA.NGE I'i.\Cl', NE'W YOR.K.
Consiginmenis ol' [I )ODIUCi': solicited t1o
above Address, and l'r, npt .a'les will be re-
turned. Ili ghest Mark,-t rates paid for irodnuce
during the season.
F. ). S. '. SH,
31 Fiuiit Streel.
Hainillon, March 23, 1880.-if
The French dressmakers in Lon.lon have come
out in a strong protest against the Irish poplin intrn-
duced by the Duchess ol Marlborough at the Irish
court, and partially introduced at. the Que(en's
drawing room by the advocacy of a benevolent
Marchioness. The great objection of Irish poplin,
as alleged by the Mine. Mantalinis. resides in the
narrow width of the stuff. It is soIL and lustrous
beyond all comparison with the poplin of Lyons
make. "'It is exquisite in tone and color," says
Mime. Mantaliri, 'i but culnt to wa.i. from iis nar-
rown(sq; and English miltis aire not like the
French--they do not love extravagance in drew's '
The Lyons manufacturers hare b-oen enabled to
make their dull, lustrele-s articles almost double
the width of the Iiish poplin.

P ersons desiriou, of shipping!


T''o thl., ConsignmIIent Iof,
,ffess '. ,f 1i1f,0.4ffo A Co ..,
VW ill pleas;, c all uip ,ii
MR. SAMUEi. A. .IA'STIERS, No. -26 Froit
streett who ill render thein every facility for
so doini,.
I lamilton, M:1reb I, 1I ,).---' n,

OuterbridIge IBros.,
hInportingo and Forwarding Com-
m mission J.erchanIs,
REII) S'I'RI' V-1', H \IlL'ON(), Ilu':RMIUD
Agents f.r*
Messrs, Miller d& Spencer,
Nr.w Yo)i K.
Consivgnmenits of I'l)ODUCI' s;,licitd 1t (or
this well-knoiwn reli:,l'le Firm. l)D e iatlenlion
given to all 0 hifimeins, and Accouit. Sales and
Seturnis promptly) rcd.-red.
For any further iI,'ifrir.ition, Ste:ncil ";,
&c., please apply to 0. lBROS., liamiilion,.
M.irch 15, [8).0 tl**
The laird (1o his gardner, who caught somebody
tresp.ising): Humn And you say, Saunders, that
the fellow was impudent"V' Gardener: "Impi-
dent! 'Deed, sir, if he had been the laird himself'
he couldna hae been mair ill-bred !"--Punch.











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4/I.S a 1 -- --_-

[)ESUilELD[, VEast \Wanvick.
31ar~h Iithj,- I b0,-tf


CONSIDERABLE delay in the d&livery.of
Letters, and1 conseutient inconvenience
to the Public, having arisen from the imiper-
f,_ct manner in which many Letters are ad-
dressed, the COLONIAL POSTM.ASTER-ea*tlestIy
i,_qucsts lthe Public to assist hiu in his efforts
to ensure the t,prompt and early delivery of
correspondence, l:y always writing. on the
address of Letters, not only the Parish to
which each Letter is to be sent, but also. the
particular Receiving- House 'in that Parish.
within whose circle of delivery the correspon-
dent addressed resides.
It would gr eatly facilitate the service of the
Post Office if Gentlemen and Ladies would
learn, when dating their letters or notes. -to
give, not. only the natue of the Parish within
which they reside, but also the number or
other distinguishing designations of the. Re-
ceiving House from which letters addressed-to
them should be delivered. Their Correspon:i
dents would thus be always able to oive the
proper and complete address oil their replies,.
and thus much trouble be saved to the Post"
Office and much inconvenience be spared to
I the Public.
c. P. Ji.
Colonial Post Office, Hamilton,
S17th Marich, 18So. '

Notice to Mariners, &c.-

-' INERS, BOATMEN, and, others con-_
coi ned, arv hereby informed that pursuant to
An Act. of Parliament. pass.din- I .S7S and en-
titled No. 3 An Act to authorise the War De-
partment to carry on Warlike Experiments on'
the coasts of theso Islinds-the Comunanding.
Royal Engineer and the Officers and Men un-
der his orders, will occupy, from the Ist April
18S)o till the :I1st August 1'S0, the wrator space
I inside the Ship Channil between Fort Cun-
ninghani and the Military Hospitad at St.'
(Geortgis, for the purpose of practising,.
Torp"do Exp\:-'riments, and Vessels anid 0oafts
couning within this water spaoe will,.e .liable%
to come into collision with stnken obstruction
and inetur some danger. .- .
The water space thus occupied will be mark-
ed by Red Buoys at either extremity,-atnd all
parties are warned against entering upo the
reserve, space.
Col. R. E. j 0. R, R.
Prospect, 15th March, 18S0.--2

HERE being vacancies for the undermen-
tioned Situations in H. M. Dockyard,
ST 0 R E 0 U S E M E N
Persons willing to compete for- the same are
requested to send in their names to the NAVAL
Than the 31st Instant.
Pay of Writers 5/ to 9, a day for 6 days in
the week, with Quarters, if possible.
Pay of Storehousemuen -/6 a day for 6 days..
Bermuda Yard, 17th March, IS80.
--- --.-- -- -- ___________
Board of 1 'ricsult:re.

OTIC'" is hereby given that a freshi Supply
1of hie Choitest "'<1 \(:('-)0 SEED ha i
been received froin elr IMi;j,.s .ts (oiisi l o Gene-
r i! at Ilavainaln, nid is ready for disi ribitmion
toal nl l'ersonis desirous of trying to cultivate
T''obacco'.-Tihe pr t is a very favorablee
timne l'ir sowing the seed.
I'ackctrs of Tohncco Seed sulliciert to pla,.t
an acre of ground will be distrilu'ed gratis on
application to any of tlhe fullwin Gentllemen :
ICllM IC I!) T T N I ^, V-sq,'., IKevonslhire,
I)'. M'PII EE I' ,:I' I-;:-q.r., Ilamiltro ,
W\ orshipfulJ O.lN i. ? I.F-', .;nc-dys,
(.'. II. S l lI'1'', I"1-- "r .\'aint Receiver
(_General Br.

CIik to [tie B'oardl(if I gricrrh iure.
H anmilion, 1st Mrlu'lu, l8'O.-S


The U-wte) izne slis cit onin

W est 1! ;:c .J,l i A -:jIn1.1!v,N %k'. Y oi*1.
H-ighres-t ma.L c i- v ccs k id i kp- pulld Ii'~ odu cc

Im w J, V4 f---,fTelo

C~.:-nea'-h f~c-ialalI I;

299-21"i Fin, cloudy
29'S.71I[ Fine. cloudy
290 73i InaT'e. esil- iireeze, Irio
;"'.2| Fine. plea In t
1 i'i7 n Fine, Ihleaiaanit
,3i'1.1 i Finle. pleasant a
_9'(i.6r ClouIoy, xoverca,,t-
[shiow fur rain

MORNING-BaPronleter at 7 o'clock reads
strong at S.S.W. veiy vthik ael rainy.

Hamilton, il ,iarch 30, 1S0.

CU:',TO M I O1^-; E-II. Ai 11.TO''.
March 29-Mail Steamer Bermuda. W\Vil-:n, New York ;
assorted eargo.-Agerits, Trott & Ci'x.
March 23-Brist. Malaa, \a.sson. ':'. ., Cl.,.
24--Brigf. T. H. A. Pitt. Yoiin'Z. N-.v York ; 71 blH.
potatoes. 447 boxes o1 ion, ( I, b.xe-s & 1 late to-
matoes., 13 tuni ir.,n.
Mareh 23-Barkentine BIuay. Jarvims, from New York
bound to Prt-uatubuco ; in di.trveti.-Agents, W. C.
Hvland & Co.
24--'rigt. Fairfield. Scott. frmin New York bound to
Pernambuco; in distres...-Agents, W. C. ilyland
& Co.
Three-masted Schr. PAlbert W. Smith. Loring, from
Portland. Maine. Louid to Cardenas; in distress..-
Agent. J. S. Darrell.
Brigt. Dart, Cotter, from nioston bourn- to CientuegI.s ;
in distress -A -pi\ts, W. U. If l land &- Co.
25-Rlarkentine Ciharle. L. Peai oi,. lardling-, from
New York bound to Adelaide. A.iistril a; in di tre;s..
-Agents, WV. C. Hyland & Co.
r'.\.SsLNM.El'S AP.,nIVLl.
In the Mail S'tc-nmer I',, 1 111 on In'st ftorl
New York :- i rs;'. S. Inii ai .'i,-i In'1l,_ in an d
servaut.,' rs. Tinties. Mrs. Decniit..un, R.u D1 c tiiti'tonI
andwifo, G. A. Denmiii.sIun, Dr.J.M ilrray, wvife aind
daughter. Dr. IL t Howe. 31i-': L. A. lliwe ain Miss
Loekwood, Dr. C M'.. Fi.MI ., ('ap'. 11: ,1 !ll,. 1.:.r.
]!iil'ert G I A I TinltI-r, ni i V ligli..ii, P.
Flith, H A Houmahton, E. \ l1 !,.,:.r*-!,,,t. ,.,.,,! h
Riley, H. A. Richards and! Mailter Tiildely.-f-., Ca1'71,
11. 1). iirriflt, John l.lh, S. \V. (_',pp, i,'lhaiia
Urehard.-One in bltec-aeg-.
In the T. II. A. PiAl, Mes-rst. John liarnptt. E.
iniih, G. C. lecMalion.

MOVi MENTS OF VESSLL,, i'ORT OF sT. GLORCE, 'ila.l'. -'7.
Gin. lark C, [0q,'u,, Mi.Hller, renily fr ea.--AgentH,
Br. Brig't. S,,e..t, ktewart, repairii.--A- gents, W.
C. HIvylhn1 Co.
Br. Brigt. L,,.lan, J.ohinstio to g.) on ni-uine slip.--
Agent-', VW.U. land Co.
Br. Schlir. J.,,',,. iJaivis.'in .li7tres .--..gents, W C.
Hvliunl & Ct',.
Br. Sehr. Pl.mrii,r Niil: 'rs,.i, rep.airi n,.'.-A gents, XY.
C. Ilvland & Co.
Russian Sehr. Catl'ai ;nta .lIarea. Rosen berg, discharg-
ing eoal.-APiit.s, WV. C. H1l1nd u 0'o.
Br. Barlkentine lI,/l,;. C,,oper. will discihargo fur re-
pair.s.-Auent.i \tW. ',. lyl v d L Co.
Brigt. Fai'rtdfl, Scott, rePpairing-Agenti W. Hy-
land & Co.
3 lasted Schooner A.1 't. II'.'., Lotin., repairing.
-Agent, John S. Li.'iii'l.
Brigt. Dart, Cotter, in di.-r,-'.-Ageit., W, (N Evy-
land & Co.
Barkenthine c'l,arh L. P. .',,t.:, Harding, ret-airing'.
-Agents, W. C. Hyland1 l LCo.
In Mlurrai's Ancnhoralge, Ge ,I.-in Shii' L' t/-.,, from
New York for lBremen, .'.*'.. bls. r tfiiJ iwd leak-
iug. spars and sails gone.-A-ents, \V,'. C. Hyliand
& Co.

American Ship .1IcC.alut., of Baltimore, Cal I. L'ar-
nard, from Antwerp bound to Laltimore, 35 da .s oat,
was spoken on th.e 21th inl;fant, oft' the Eait end, ly
Mr. Eugene Smith. All well.
Ship Sultan, of Windsor, Cvplain Green. fi..,m Lon-
don lound to New York, -40 days out. was s_.,ikein ni
the 22nd instant, Ily Mr. Eugene nit!i. All w.ii.
Reports heavy N. W. gales week before last.
Brigt. Goldtrihiir, Captain Parker, from Bist,.n
bound to Port-au-Piince, 7 days out. was spoken .fl'
the East end on thie 23rd in.,t., b.y PiHl.t George Fox.
Captain P. reports that he experienced hei:yv weather
on the 19th, lost and pilit soils ; losL !eck load,
boats and water ; Captain and ir- uniin secveiely injulr-
el--man's leg broken-but decided to Lcontinue on voy-
The Bark ELtiwal, of Boston, out 19 dayi frorn Niv
Orleans. within a cargo of culton, Lound to. Antwerp,. wai
spoken offlthese Islands on the 23rd in stant, Iby Mr. J.
F. Smithli-all well-desired to te repo ted.
Marchdi :3-Br. ark Z'.l,/ai,. Ci:ioler*, 7 diays from
New York, with general eg, bound to Per-i:aunbni)o.
On the 19th, oiei.untere-d a hurricane, in i which the ship
was hove on her beam ends ; waV e'.liii spelledd 0to cut :ii.Lway
mizzen-nmast to right ship, decks coritinually full of
water, and swept of even tlingii : po,..p-hatch stove in L'y
a sea, through lhieh' large quantities uf water ru.,hed
into the hold and damaged cario. Will hlave to dis-
charge for repai: ,.-Agnts, \\'. C. I-I\ land & C'o.
24-Brigi TaIi' i-iiti'. Scott, S d: t'r,,m New York,
with general cargo for -eunr nmbuco ; encuont-rrl liar-
ricane of the 19thi, in which lost fore-yard, sails, rig--
ging, &c. ; stove in boal.-Agent-s, W. C. lHland &
Am. 3 iiimast'led S lchr. .ll... t 1i' .,';/., Loring.., from
Portland hor Cardinii ; run'ldr dat:,:Ledt.--A gent, J..
8. [larrell.
1" i t. 1', l tt. Dt '-: d.i tfromn inl wit h l;h ol.
for C'-.'iifut1e.o '; ei e.,un tS:.;vi biu h.l h- .,,t' tl,.? l lth,
ntld t hen ..n i h :t ii ,! ,4 a '.{i: ,i l .-_. vi il rV,':a ''
spars. to right til -hip. ,! 'i'-. l i,. tiiie+; Lve' v hi '
above deck.--A, etL -. C !aiil : ( ,.,.
_S.- An+. l'k,. a_ ].,,',., L. 1,,,.t ,,. UlH ri.,._', f'r,,ht
N ew Y <:_, trA, tl l: ilh A u ,- r li:r ; 'i.:il i.:-r'.,i iii -
and iardt, with iirniy .*als. H ali de'. s,'*.v, -it ..f, -i ,,y-
thing by ltle ,a(-;t.-A. ent<, W _'. H-{.and A. "',.
*-7-Gernia Slhip 1',ri/-... from New Y,,rk, fr Bre-
inaen, with _.'2.0 bIs. refined ,il. Enc,:,untered liurri-
e;ne on the 19hli, in lat. 3-,-t0. long. (,. T'ih hip was
hove oun her beam ends, and i lie de ,s coi Itinrinii ifi ll
of water ; -hip le lilii,' ;i tle aLt, ,,t' J i.ilhes ai. hi ur:

Ha-s ist i inail-ya!d, intain-lover-t,-1 .sil- ii, Ievf ral
sails; rig ing alnd Ill ailis on port :side u '_.,J i i.,
I,.,re cli:ii, til izz:-., and in l,.Ier Irkei.--A :ei,.s, 'V,'
L'. Hvl.I Q,.
S clh r. .lo i!, t 11" 1':. ,la' i '. i-;, ,, L 1 ,
C apt. L un,, ', U.4 day,, tI 'f.,ll. iM ll,' .M a i;: o, i,,',ii ,! l, en.-i .. Cu11-'. .t i ii fa eal r.. i :r ;lM -,i. ..
wa.S to:. -d into t10 0 ,t i -.,,'l -, t--ti-i. -,.it.
C a;tu Lo in L;' ,i':-i ''t la ii:' i :di. ii a ir ie i.e
fro im .:".\ ,-! t',? .Ih ih'j t.. !it 'iia '. !ic{-st 1 ;'l-
der, it having; br.,k! ,n it" within 1t.- r:.i!.- !'-p..t. :: i
after -. .v ral-ti ; .' i -h rd 1 : I, l li .- a- n i th'-

tii .i i'l L1 ii .l L :i ..
\ i t ,l -- .0 ,.1 \, i,-i j r l, ': h t v 1 ,ii '. h' ,. 0. ,. -
ed tliu i .-lii-.iiNi rt' I! .-,i-Vti l tl, iii,.s, iii tli \ .s el
slei- metl 'e'' w .iI in mLO t.,'i'i.tQii. c e teli :M. t iM alrlE- Li
coiitiol lir' tturiung the heavy weathu-r, x\ hil.' <;iiiitllltie
up to thli time ou reaichii!g p...rt. In consequence ot trhe

\\'Fi:Jr. ,- F.v .1:rO'Tr' i'F T'IE' I ; \!'t E .lt T1 -,
: I! | ; i : l:.... '.. I '

'.frs. Inuham.,
Miss Iu1:hat,
Mrs. D. .ilMmray,
II. A. Ho,,a:ht.'u,
D J. l.l..,.lel,
AI :X. E. Tu.:k,-r,
C-'h.irl,.s V luinhan,
.1. V. M u rr-a, v
Ma- trr Tildlv-,.
E \ I ,: d,-..I.ot,
L,_,l.urt C-. L,.,:,

C. M Fi:-ld, .I.D.,
Robt. T. Howe, M.D.,
M i 's L,.,.kvi,...:,,,
Mi.s L. A. H.-,we,
M ris. J. E. ,~r :-t',
CG. A. DeunLi.-ttuimu,
1;. T. Fi-ith,
J. J. Ri,:y,
_. H D,:-ni.-t.4.un,
Mr.- R. H. DeDui-tiiu,
31l'S. -iL u'u i L- t,._-11 ,
e,0. *. D- D tLi-towl!,

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hV '. Q ,iicmakui -'., v. l,. r-a..-.-n! y '.irvi ilu th-E.t'-
i--.a -f h:.'. w. i. ,- p -I... n ri...' pai v, u l- r : i'-

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a; .. !;M^ .1. TlI.T h .', that live -.. .. t!r .
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I i!-i- th '- i .i t -it',- at tl,,-. I-aliilt.ii HI -:i:, ;
t e .e .-,r' .- lif two 0 -'i,.k:t M .I A it, :.. i l:,' ( :c-" l'4
'pin h l Ift t mh! Pri.Irro "'iati:, of I'nili'neii it I ('(for'dl
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hIs .
at m.liha., N,.,r.- h:-.. 1n it, 11lli instant,
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Fra i ,I p .at C.'i u-i ff' loadin'l fior

ti-n ', C.ipt ain Lord Charlcs S'it alli ved from
P t '..ilJ. nai' (whic-h phi" '-liE left ou '2n,
inst.,. at Gi..,'-, f, ay, le..t-r ay, with t h?
Pliunc-a. Alb ert Vii'.tor aid Gi:orge of Wanks, on

The BRClhu le we ar- iniuformiind ill -main heie
a-ount t:n day.-:.

in .* :d health,
'17%'outantand that!the Royal Pi mi-u-sarocc-1

'We linave rc--iveil a 4i1 f tIe Ladies aud G-!tn-
tie nii-u -i -ionipi'-ini- tihe (''ipnAiiv rl'feurr.-iI to in ad-
x' ti--'.n -i-t in this r ., i-lie.
A. th ':tir I i w ll kiowu
4i0 i ...oi i o .ti' t'i Pr po ,'i.- 't T-.',ine, -.- il y -:-

Ceht'in,, c.t .,'tan i .. ha' io1.1 d us .-'i f .-n of our'' t.e' ti. w. i-iiBa with e i-gilt, ifth hmune-. .:.f
-thei.-; 1 i, w ap-'., will le-'-ip.i in future npe-e
,-u t t-,
W e tv u,;l-.rtand that late a' i. .ns iav. a e- :111 '
-i.. t the r -tlrcustt h f tle Dr adi ti',:1 onpan .
Tile f.v.I i iji im wiill p.u-if.irm ou lf.l I i lh anid 1-ill
April -i-,. K'-nnijdy, M1 ,. P-ini ll, Miss Bre'i-

Joir. 'and

r'- .A -Mci-,.tin. of the Pai ishic-ners of the Pai ih
'. Put-'iibr'kie, tatl.I' pla: at thlie Town Hall, Hani-
il u, tei .Tu-,. ly, Imorn- iUn, at 1:1 a..n f,.r thn wpur-
poS.- of dra win' .' luror ., to s-erve it: the Easter Ter ni
of the Court of Gocueral A,-size.

S iWe unijer.-stand that A. Vi7aid E s-.. Na-a-
il aiiii Vi.-t tiillinig] St orftklcept ]r nd Ati,nbtai, n ;at
i' 'yal; Navx:l Yard, i, -rmi ud:i, I, :i aL,-en tip-
l-inte-l St'r.r. ket-per at Halifn ax ad, \ iste B.
tk E-.ti ,f th-ed, onai.d thiat W. A. Mtuent. EPi..,
.i;.,.-,tLMi.. i'. i::ard, a rs St.,'ekEt--per at the Naval

A.'.RI OFFICE. Pall Mall, Feb. 21.-fith Foot-
Li. Lut. J. H. ELdt-u to b- Caipt. il. vire P.rcvet M':-or
fHuIt., i-tiied of a p'u.n. :.- 2.i .d Lic-tf. A. G. Ca t.
weri.:i-t W.:. I -.:! r ., ta i...- Et at li.. ,lia d E.:d F, l.. 11".1
ORDNANCE ,'tror:E ,EPAr.T-r.irNT.-Coimni.'t...ry H-
Ei.i kr-ney, i lievx-s C'o'ulii-s"ry Gi- iioal. J. I. TLill
in c111r'-t e of Lt : O -rdanc-e Det-pa-irtin-t at this -est f-.
tin- .

We .t-, r.staitl that Mr. (Chacrs .1. A. Tlhic-Ie,
who .. b.en iIau -st:ibl is,,:eid Cl'erk at tohe Niyal
Naval I 1ipitl, P ll nIdl, 2 c.-e J rt-, 1: '-,
Li,:-- t d hoi t," I, I d I st w it, tl L- : r(I-
H'-l;int. t-!,-i. i u a -r ;ifj' i eunut.'.i\t ;.i li.-i: .
pcni tion four aborliti,.iu if ll-.cft-ce. Mr. Tlhi.. :- hars

p: riod f 1i:. i, i. ,: has b1:,, n iat, iy cln -
.iiii Lite't c-t.' for i0 -t:-ai.y ant d i-tri;:tly St-i.-
pi f'urin.:-'- of hiis duty, by the -ver MT ie i.-al
Offi:'i-rs in t.hait- of the Ho.spital -ie ii.e ftinst Rip-


.M ET AT t)*;ti FINIlH.'AY, t Hamiilton Pa.ui-IlLh d ly Ba.
ithl Apiil I Churr-li y Bay.
F t il Tht- Fl tts. .......... Mount it-LU -t.n.
'i HI;I: SAY,. Ti hi,- Yail- I club, ( Mr. Fowle Tu.'k-
1 th I u april H I.iinilto ('t her's ('tick, t Fld.
Sil mitlth'e (C:luicli, C'larene:- Hill.
THurIsT'Y, Fo t of .trawi.r-
,tf,_,A ,:.Ie fRiddle ,htPay .... .. l ,
2it', April '* iy Hill.

P nI.,EUs..................tU tO Ei.
'f'n mti.t.i-s........... .... to I11.

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!+th A pi l "- -

FPLLxI'.A. MiIr.-la' 1I50.
r ,a ';.1 Th 'fe t .ht t"i,, R i'. M r. :. Tu,.k
.in,--W -e. tlhe undtr.'-ign .1, p:ls:ae'ni us ix by tile '..
S. ha eriiiifh, t No Y- k, Iiire-! i i to ex-
l .'th G .\ ppr t-l it'ai f rn t tiit I ne's a. il fteno -
tion ALon u i- dtiuin t h t .v 'larby luv:'r CL'lm.hand-
'-r, J. C-. W il .iu. ;n.d Offi r--irs.
i, u 'uisiei, undi the i.i i dirt >tion of tlie St-nv-
nrd, M r. J. V. .Tio.dau, w. os ill thi-it i. 14 le i. iici.

Tl; ': P-O THT ,T..- O;;,],:, ,_F ,: -'."
S .v. -'.-,- -.. .. T i.l. i ,, :, tl.-.

tti. l,_ i i i,' i ,,.ii- :. ,i .' I l- r'c ;. t ,-k .
l:- t li, ,. .- -,,u,. f ,arn .<, i, T i tvul ( r. hlp -1P. iiiI

L, t u al-so with thi -im revi-utly behlold tlie:s i
thinm--, whi lih alippetl in iJeUli.sle, n this dlL
of di:vs. T!,:' <-ity W;:is thiou2e11d wi'h the tI'-
t-,l .t-':thering.. Their oasiin wa-. 'one wii.'.hu otly
to o ea.,'-rly a:trta.-ts: the d~ ire of novelly, tihe
ti a ti. ,Iu o f p ".- en] th.: u-It11ral lI:- of i; n,.Ilty ,
m ntltittide:', iei;)r,-.r:.i: tlJrI ,- Jl ,'h;:,,- -,f n ti,,i '-'i,-
_. tt, .."
e-I ti,_ t]i? !I.,,c.-t, fro.m' tie iunhttered to the m ",--t
t-i i.iti:.. It i- ; .f i tfa,. t .alt, a.- a I ul t l i :i- s
pr ,pen, it:i,.s have x thi. i o ii iu._ i.u tlee hii:'I-er -,r..Iides-
of s. ei.-t 'ly, wlile r'i f ii r iidj teri2neucii- to iimprove-
ln't ut htow tIHm]-i IV.:s i tihe lowe.-r classes. Tihe
njoi kin-is wreV :f that, (Ainra, ter hardi0i to lt? erndiur-
ei :ri-,l ,Al, iJ to to I t i,.!s rf "i is P.,.i,-inu Re::ilI
Ite iL prc.s,.ion i l innie-l -]amie nrid eveirlti-vtiue
.-. rli-tiIC ti;,:.

Ti- ',rd. r tI, O the v-. ; t.-. '.i,. sui;c;intlv stat-.1, anil
.,Inu > it-.'>.l i,_i] v ithi iuim ,i s-o liirn Vit of f.:relin' .
.,.,t r i1, +"I ji4 s:-Ii I 1 C
I I ~i' t;Ve .1 't!,. :. ,-i.Irl, n, -, ; w ii..h ,va. iiir.itIerlou ,
f,:,r at the tinme it wa : 1 i! n,:,:.u. W'I y L:'id1 darl- -
7 tL I h_.iu l a, t tie lii, v.]i' i N iir i' : -. l- i-p Ip Ia l.
l11,.i.1ay Sh.ill w-' 1'. ....uten-t with tIi, n,:,tiiun that
it was n fittil i'.L r.--lsi -ii t, o t. irmenil,.-us rama
11. it u-,t r.,t ]i.'i, f,;:r tle tiln-. b -iu:*. :, ,le- ,',* tt1a-
li.-n of hii.w t ,tiil..I,- n a hiuin it i. t" I.,: xithl ,.iut
G..,O a- Chii.- the w-., l rne 1.':,L u with t'.:- full
Il' id 'f allii L.'r:. ti ", j T.-.'r'...-:.ii,'ii.,I iln is
..,.lj H 1,.l.' tlIat i,, l i, i,..u..:' : -1 ." i Eli., Eli, I-1nja.
sal.:-tL:-t .i." Darkn ...s -; iiih l. i a ,tatce t .? f
,,:-il',l~ei ,i '. .... ,tr th i, ;k (-,r, tl,,I- :-r. It
i .'' -?,. .u ini t tl-- ] i- lt f f ,-' lt,1 Wr l a ".-
liftedl upI" in the a-.- r.' m ,r thi it the IlI a,, w. -. :'t in.r sh l! .I-r:,i-a in th-e l..i -f the ie tf-i ll
.,,- ,fI,
Iu ti- ,i-vrnin.r' thi:. tx-'t. wa. dr'nwn from HIe-
L.'s, 1D. .. c- sat-rific' for sins tfioi
e .' T i,,., ,,, r..- w a.s + ;i-v eli,.,ireut. -',ud
tl r',r..uit-" iv E> :" ...'ne:lir,'l; tl ,, 1i -um, u suitel t- t. e
lniijesi-ity of the atr-,-uimet, anid ti- d.liv'ry impr'-s-
si\veiy ,.!er.
PlaeiiL,4' tL'e- conum ni after ..iL-- doe:: unot stric'-tly
e..m ve ,, ;,-., 1 it," t.. ,- ,., ri ;i-, a Chri.'s ..', n at
the iislt ]!a ,l .f G .' 71 i-. :.i urin- tile .e1.1i-ttr, iil
periiod.i TIl- ..'--.,rti,:,'' i;i rv4 i 'ifi-uintilv '_, ud' one?
.-:.ifi-'e fi1r .,in.- tor e".-r." In all ti t!H.-re I -
Ie-en -U it (i :' 1 :i.rilti4'! -. W I Fuferv ,:1 an i1nl'pen
b1ut ouc-?e is tr-en,-.'1..: iui rpl, l.xive. And -.o
de:1th and jiiilnt tpssi ess :'an aw'- of g'randetur.
The s:-iciit .e of (h I ist Iut on,:e, t!.e ,.ff-rin.ij_ ,,01
C(aleI : t- l, -, l t- ',] '.A rri..:' oen.r ...f i :1!:
Looking at tLhe word sneifice, we must a..-nume
tha: 0.. C,. att.r t .: f.,ll, in-'"u ,.-t d th,:. s:,.-i.ifi.e .,f
la -il ,i: .--f.r. I-e wh. y ,v s Al.-l'. off.' i .' tihe- nai',: t-
aili;- ,one--al -.c'th.l Al]amn anl hid wife ith
their lMins I.or' contnts. h i Jew in hlis bl,.'-,,dv sa-
,-i ifi;-.--s li'k..k l f:voi-waid to tli. M .-: -'ial, ail it was-
that ,ltti'-ipljti'_'u that gave Iffitcary to his ri't.
If oiu first l' ir',-ut.- were '-l.:.the-l in tie s.;ius of tlhe
i;i.i[',al-: i:ffiu'red iu ."Li. ifi ,-, w aie ,-Ai.,,tlh d in
!iie i-lte'n:.t- -. 4s o.,f C'lrist. th. pit .tle .s Iml.i of
(OD. The innocent .:ijimial fdie.J. tbe pimnalty iu-
curr:-,l I .y tl-he ', c-ificer. Th-e sins of the whole
"' il1 wv-eru- ai i-: ,u (' ri-f wh li_, pail the rnusom
tat fall liniht liv-e thr.ugJI hi:.n. .:-)o tla.t the -a=
i- e '. :.f ('Chri-t is tihe' ':.: \:-r._v'in point (.f al!
*:v,'t,, tin:1.e p>;:,rdii,, it loMinAi '- fovard byv
:.!o .iy .v...t rif.'1 i,'?.', tO.e e stl. ,;ub. .equ Le t 1_,kki-ii 1.,I:.k,
:'ii', L_ y .- niolicI: elIn iit.-' .,uI, in-i1-em ,rati jD
that sne:ifiee. There remaineth no more sac-rifilte
f .r -it], t.- 'Cliri t a01i.}- we n, ni.-t l:oik- "one -ari-
t';:' f.r .-iu.- f,".r evrr." The c;mimuni,_i,.u shoizw"
fr-th the Lor'.l's dea'tl, and the eon'l.luding prayv-r
illn (ori .- vii:-i.- -ets. fo-ith tie truth, vwhler we roft:..
01.l C.:is ti'ur soulls anid i,:dic-s as Ten -.,nalle, 1ily
an. liv ..--,.ciriti:e. But rioinual tranu ,_-rssiorn
frE,:ly l,: i,'., dl in C'hrist., let u..s 'oI.-ider tlat tlhe
AL-.-nc enLt. i-s to 1.0'' an jinceLtive tO. cou.t,mint s-lakiug
.i' Of sitIs, t,;'It prsi' nr:Il lli,.e -:M t mnv lt1e t lhel oye
itri.:ii>,> the Cliistiani's pri-1iv.-:t aimn. Th- c.-u-
ti L l itionI .f tlI- Cr s., is thue ',-2 i-"I '-t .f ( ll
tl. i e's -vcr :,r, j t-it' .1 fi.r Iimmau th iu- !:it, for ou it
was .,fftere-d tl,,- "'iin: s.-'i ie fu.r ins f:r ever."
On Ea-tir Day His L',rd.-sip i p)ltea lie, in the
miorW'nin." at. St. .' .Lnu'- ,'hurici. Pribr-i-oke and in
their ev-uiugi at Trinity Cl'huii:-li, (in both oci.-es.i'uns to
lari-e ->.,ulica[itii:.i", w\his.? thi.ii'ht.s were well di-
r.-.ted to tle : l,-tani tiail iu,.:,'urat-ein ht whi'.h
East '-r -pec-i.ially Ioldl out. The text i.f tie morn-
iu;.- il- ... urse P-, !man exvir. 21 -" ThLi- is the
day wii.-h the L-:.-, h.ti Th tad;i: we will irj.ii.i-' a,, l
be ',ai, in it.' E- '.-ntillxv au Easter' v, r-:-. W nheu
thlii.- I dutiful n;.t,'.ri:il w ithl was :.iille'd into exi-t-
eij, e:-, G ':.P :-e t ,d u t l;e -'. a1itr nal, l ; _o.-t i.r,,b-
nl ly -.m oni c trhc thiun:a 4 t'iu.'ht I ,!-. ,i, ii'l._, mitt', r
the r,=aut,- ,.ti-ou, lv 'ii.-,t iiirisi-lf, was ii,:. ,i-,1.ner-
t ., .:., ,,f tle fi,':t di '.-'. ,:, w ie- a tliia i- tL r. \xiii'ii t;i:- Loi,, L;;t! i h t, i '. liae," all ;,..hi!ve-
i ic- nt : ill''i. W ',i, Lf',l thra the :.l,!i:-:,' of eati',n
o'ut of oi!'i,.,. the vi,.t,:,r i:f tlie- :,. of i ',ti D i,,i;-i r
,..:: iL C l, i,-.t'.- i,.- ,r. i' h i r.' ,_ n illt
ij,i,'-, a,, d i :.?- '\.(ad on lhi.. day "hiih:li tLhe L ,'',i
Lai. ;u-a ,-'. F Ior i'v' W a ', .tt '" it "t'v,-''!.:.o-- v 'iik a' n
a.:.o ii .'c- ':-]. t :- L .., il"" _", ,:.v 'tii ,-.', +.
l .,d >t,:.ue ,.,f h- :_ .ri :; t! e + -tr-,i:e ", !i,:.t, tl,,- I ui,.!-
e ls I,.f,,.- d. L tb ,-,l' i:-.w ulp t'_.,- j.,y ,:.:f E .I-t:.',
l]:t u .S i-;. ,, ;- ,',in --.-ri .-.f ..:.' let u.. : )t,-c
,,n th -.l t:.i of t!e i i :n '* ld -i,- i il].-. (-i., | i t," 1.:t u -
,i,-j..i, ;, :- ;r .l!,;. L ,:t ,: -'1, .it,, :- 'lii_,-' iL '. '. r
ad -t. p '.. ji 'v t_ u. '' l u1 .l -, '-, ,1. if i.i i-V r ,i, f. .',
w.e rave n,-ii.: l .- lt.i.:' th, l: ,I of! 1- i. ,

'; i .. .! .. f C -I I .
S- v .i '. in .
: 7 a .i;-' rr "' .' ', L i
,!.;' ,, , ,
-' .. i n '. 1, n- .- -

tiu v.i- -utri nI-i
T .,. S.rvi.*., w-re v'ery -,:. hinhl ,.:u, n'ted, atid
th i 5- i n'-',I'. x,-l 'e-'-m.., wire m ost iearn, *-t. aul ia-
lp ',-.-- ".".

The Pow-re'iter.s '.f Trinity ''liuiin. will rie-
n, ni, ,r that h e 11E UineV of 1-ist, Tu.-s'l.y, .t:uld..
;!i'ij urnm-:d till Fri'i vy ti'.- Cudl Apr'il, at n-.uon, iu
t!,.. Trinity Ch1ur.h .,h,-. Foor..

T','.. ; /'I /, 1-" 1't :'.f- 1 ( r "]'. s', .-' S,'-,/ ,. i,' 1 l1C( n',fc/' '.'!i'.."
Ch.- n"w 4 T; i i TO'# I i e7.
s iu''- n 'y i;:;, t ttil' l."' i'ltrd Iimw hadl a visit from
H!P; Ad drijli, almn:;'lii, ir h N-rtIh 'A.mericaa and
WV,-t !,7i'.-n 'tati-n, .-Sir Lero1i,1 M.cClinlock, of
A r.-'i' f a.. P. ir L,'.',-i.1, i-. i w l-- known here, a-a
hb as lIo s-ome years the coii-mi- re in charge of
lIh .Jal.iimiica xinig of lbe sq;ujaJron, and he is affec-
Li. :n el' r,'m, e !m r,:rii l :i : a ,l,! s ol tle inbabi-
taIl;:? oin account of LL ex,'i tiLIns Ito tl-.rinate the
suff'iing consecquert on a sei os epidemic that oc-
cumrld dui1 Li lny. Her ?ajesty's steamship
Bic-l.a,-.te, lifting Vicit.r .-ud G'orpe nf WVa .:.a. arrived here on ihe
d ay V of tihe Adiiir ,i's Ji-Ii t 'urP. A.i the Princes
aroe .1ut oivoui. las, still in ,guidi]i reins, n11i
i:ic-ovr but ritMiics, it bas whiEely been made a
rule that they are not rn receive any of the public usually paiid t- roy,:aly. first visit to
tlo n %r as m;rai, tio-d.y, ;lien, .Lwoily alter nl0Oll,
tisev ,l!sinii.rkl It n the public Ac bar Lind were
driven out to Kip r: H,:'u=~, the otlici.l residi'c',
ci t!.< Go irn; r eii a i..-'1 about three mi i'-s ou0 t oif
it,'.' 1 i -is fterr!fi :; tb Iy j-im anll levi-n fro ,i'
ttc- ir s. ip mi ly ..t- cLustn frow.h (ip Kingstun
Ci .k+-t (.'iu!', aun l l.' ?rst f lti ,i:j on ;t ,irf
will I,- tal'-,. lip wit!:gaimt en pai'ii-- alnd exeursioni
t.i the Giri 'i .i ua rin: upl:,in i iedence 'rid the ni4a -
nifice-nt. gi'irp,' k, o'.1n ;>s the Bag Wnlk, which is
tbe otrinler -.:I ai!r,-irati'-,n of all tourists in this
pr: i .h. t1 ,id. O)u MnIciday next they re-emu-
It ; ...ii sail ,i-e uisme dlay, g iint. niothwar m J, their
h il,.,. ih, iliaC, bhi, a- I amos informedd, Be'r-
r, '.

Lo,',,'N. "aletsb *..-Qit.!?n Victoria and Frin-
"c' (.e"! v-i! iav. \Vindisor to-morrow for
c.-r,'hwiy. 'lh: i. vn : i :i'a V icto ia, the '{-ifr
of "'I n-i- ',ief l ,.'I \\'iliiuon Pt- G. ri anny, will visit
R'mfme ir Arp il. iin ,'- Willi.m. llhe eldest son of
Oe? C i tn'i n I'iwi i i ii-.oriyv, wil! arrive in Eng-
lariL 1 l -;..Lay' ii, si.i 'tt'n .. 't ,\ utiusi.' V ic ttria, bis
b'tt.niti '.1, v.,',i is b. ni. l'rince ('h is-tian, !, r

TheI L' :.ii..'t .:r rsFpin.'-ent f the Edinburgh
S /.rt a.., '. -. I I i inmoi ed that the Duke of
Conin, ui:!. vi ill nr.-ce,-d atI' luke of MarlLorough
as Vice, *y 1,4 Irt,- !,."

Ti Ao. idane- 'u,- t.1 Arim'c in New York.
The .- 'fr-a lia, which rived at New Yoik from
London Oii '.ih inwt.. I an-dedd 7 teerage pssetguerus at
C.Istle Gar'di', hmnig them sxven womeu and ote
mau, Cusntitutiniug the advanced guard of "The Sal-
vatucin:rArmy,"an t',ranizatiiiL of lay ,?xh rter.s found-
edl in Enaliud fourteen years ago by William Booth,
a dissiitirg eleri,. yman, and now numbering over
(10,1fII0 IO,?.re'msis. They were all attired in a umilorm
of dar blue loth. adgerd with bright yellow binding,
and ariouLd their hts W-ere brod launds .of scarlet.
hibbou., ineribed with the words The Salvation
Army," in large gilt letters. One of the women,
who bulds the rank of captain, the other six he-ing
lieuteu-auts. carried a aO of bi lue and red stuff. with
a lari-e yell: w sun in thief centre, and bearing the
title .1I ana.-ociation. The male member of the band
wh-l.; nanme is Georg'e Railton, is k-uow.-n as n corn-
missioner, and will have charge of the future organi-
zatiolu in the United State.-. Mr. Railton says that.
be and hii col-h:agues will depeini on what they can
ciilect. Their pn.-sage x'-a.s prisii to this country by
the onioe amsrociation, and this they are expected to
retind The xhandi g'ave a service of song iu the
Garden the iday thliv rai'i i-.d It. was noticeable that
some tit their "inu hnns wert- set to Amir'icai t-dlie6,
such ,r- "Waiy cowvu ou the Suwaine River," and
<.>11 Kentucky HIen,-.." Mr. Railton explained
that i .he coii-is ott tlie t'e.-.'v arn.d biue-siguily thie aud purity 4:t Chris'. and he was extremely
autfiious to litve the fatt 'imli:b-.Ld that the yellow
had nothing to do with Orai.c.eism.

On his aidvivau.:'ement to the ;,ink of Inspector-
G-neril of Ho.spitals and Fl'ets, Dr. Watt Rei wilt !i:s b-eeun 1.otin :' iu the- Pite.-.ident to cnudiutt tlihe
,uti.:..s ,,f theI- Miedicl Departm-ent of the Navy, has-
lir-Un ti ,firmin-d in hii, ,.'hi.e as Dire'tL:.'r-.e-uerail.
"'ir Alei'anidtr A 'nistron-in-, whii ,Iia. thus far bc-eu
r.'i'- ind iu the Navy Li.lst Is DinrectoLr-(I,.'neral, will
LOw Ie removed from the Active Li.-t a lt.igether.
Mr. Fr-. l.- iik Will:ii.-,u, i.lerk, wi-', lately came
home in tl,e. ].>*l.:rr.,.,. from the N 11t w ir-n
.;ati :.ui, Ih 's b.-n f.:.ui'd mne i.i'a]ly unfit i\~ iu iti,'r
ir\ i,:- a d will ni i :lsUji'-untily be di.-lai.';-rg';-d from
the Navy. His :-euiority as clerk was .-'eptembeir,

Adiiiial Arthiur Fiarqu-iar. who r-cently hauled
i I xx' il .--- l' : i -t -.lupo. rt ou ren<'ti..' ..-n '-a _t i n rI-
,-. i_, '-' '.a a i-. a-l.,.,'.it to io-b;,.' a fo ur' na hii .-' L.'ip
in In :- ** Far I \\.-" ). I '* riv d :it Ni: v "1: b .,y
t p,.- I' M r, rt, ;..,, "- .i.ia'" onu rit-e i.,t i'a ta;.nt.
Tliu- liik., liL, t- t..--s .r a'-tinve .-.elviie.
S -

P-nbllroke (G n mmar School Athle-
tic Sports

( "--' The da on h1iclh ilhi y will be held \%'l
I0e n,:tid in ,eX\t G3azette.
i nmill-n, I\ aw ll 30, V '_.O.



On. Tuesday Evg.
30th Instant,
In aid of the Funds1 of the new Me0
thodist. Church.
Tickets for Ti:.- 1 3 eaR.!h, family of four pei-
'S-n3 5/. Ti-kets to be had at Store of Mr. A.
R.. Thollpson, Queen "8ilr*1t.
A variety of Faney and Useful Articles will
be o:ft-red ior .a as w:vll as a. plentiful sup.
ply of Ref-l i : nh1111et.s.
,-' The 1patrona,- of the Public is respect-
fully soliit::l.
Doors open at 7 o'.lot.k-, Ten served at 7'30.
,H1amilton, Maiceh 2.3, 1S0.-2 3p

broLke Patish will atti'ld at the TOWN
HALL, Hamilton,

The ls1t April,
At eleen O 'lok of thle Forenoo,
till one o'cl.:Lck of th- Afternoon,


M. A. M. FRITH, J.P.,
Po'ilrolke, nMarch 29, 1880.


F1I!N IIind.i-rsined solicit consigcnmeints of
FI' 0II y, -; for

95 Il'>rel:iy Street, New York.
1W'hich i ill we l',i .1: itrded free of charge and cash
p., iM.ents made -.s s.ool as sales are .rteiived.
The Ilighest Cash Price will be paid for Pro-
dun e ithrougii tl .zeiason.
B. W. -WALKEIR & CO., March ?, 1880.-4 p.

| NiTINI)!N(I t. fIt are Permuila, is. now clos-
i' L his B1u-aii. :s, and iequets. all persons
INI)FITEl' Ih to hiii, to pay their respective
halani.e.s Ihlnt lattr hlian 30)th April nest. All 'iunpaiiil Iy that da;, e must be sued for,
as it is ipei alive that hisi Ihoks he closed.
Anv' pI' ii I ha inie, ait \cc,,uit t against him
will pliIase reniler it iirnmedi:'tely for settlement.
iamtiiiton, .,1..rch '2 r,;d, 1,-i'0.- 3.rd p

F EARING that my Customers
ii may be disil poin lted, I now notify them
that I do olt iteiiid to import ONION IEED),
as I am about to leave Be.-rmiuda..
H-amiilton, l:,rih 2 2:3rtd, 1880.-2 3ip

Easter ( yards.

A choice selection of

Fromn Iond, n vi Ni''e Y',,rk pe-r iihrnilt.'
Also on i Iand, a variety of

A4 t te i v.i Gazctte" Stat o,.i ryv Stcre.
limnittr.n, VItaIrch 16 ', 0.-- rd pag

V. Stalls 31(il Steamers.

C 1.?jiN1 k A, 2 .,' NST .tO'N,

\V E ( i E \'\ : i+ T)'I 3;( .' : ', piil 3 at 7-"30 a.m
AP \ P Z )N .'. ;,is T- ue.ilnv Ap, i i 20, at 1-30 p.m.
\V YO MIN ; .a-t' tIesdIa 27, at, 7 a.m.
N V`7 %P -ail. -d:, .;- 4, a '1-30 p.m.
'lSC' N iN s,1Iil i T cs.-..,v lay IS, at.. Noon,.
.\Z IZON *-ail.- ','.111,esd v, iN:,. 53, at 6 a.m.
' ".' ,;,ils 't!'tnesi'l V .,liue !, at Noon.
NEVA .1 ,..:,d 'I nesta;y v .Jt..- .', at 5-30 a.m.
'" .:" i.,' .",-. E ..I : .re u: e,.p e.ssl,. Ior
( '1 t .:a'., i..''.' fi et 'nat rtii'a 'i. iiulk head.-, atid
Ic-iti ; I ." t1. ed" Iien' i .ei t i-Ofs I an tI ,I -
.-. l*--: '' ,-, l .1'iia t l t .. V -
.- : ,:,- tt i, l '. t I .1,. id Ii e

S.- A '- ; ti ( -i ,lt in

1. ... (., S a* -', i .:r.: l, en mn'J-i' fro!!!m [k -i -
'i i .. .V s ay-ai: .w a ili. ;.!'i' s ati jNIt-. York
2 1a I
,,' [,: i .', 'ci- {e i^ )' .... ,; ;i I" i :'t! ,t-r il -

.:I B -o.ada. a., New mYk
Y 0 o i ,- 1 1 --'" 0.:: So

'"rth iiA HOYA GAZETp.A


- w-"~~ ~ ~ ~.r- ~ ~ AteSflWNSinini
~s7~ ~'

By Public Auetion,
At 1 oI'-loI-k P.M.,

On Thu rsday Next,
1st April.
100 0 BEls. Early Ro,s POTATOES
10 Bls. Grocery SUGAR.
2o' Tubs and Kegs. Fanily B.UTTER
.3 Bags superior RICE
5 Boxes and Drumis Halifax CODFISH
10 Half and Qr. Boxes Bl:.-!k TOBACCO, I-I's
5 Barrels New York APPLES
1 Set Bu,-,y WHEELS and AXLES
2 Half Chc'sts OolonsE TEA
10 Dozen 3-11). Tins Ro:cst BEEF
1 4-Wheel BUU({J Y
2 Pairs Porters' TRUCKS
5 Boxes Adamantine' CANDLES
5 Sacks Oil CAKE, 22s, lbs. each
1 Set Heavy Dray AXLES. with Boxes
And many other Grc:1s that. will appear at
the Sale.
1 Superior Youn0 g

Sle1B i i eiuda Cow.
L..w,_.-- :
A action ers.
LHamilton, Tlrch 29th, I-.i-.

Received fro .m Loi(d(in
.Vin New Voi, .,i p *. De. ,i ,",
At tihe i' o al Go zet'.." :I:,tioiery : S'3,
PIAY E;R BOOKs .!ii;.,'- \'();KS
Ready : K i N ; :
Language of FLOWVF, IRXS
Hal1's Virss Fro'., _U a ,
Co;lin's IBAiti.h i4 'i'iM- n
Ctolenso's .1T\ir ',\ : 'ev to [1D .
Gh ',. o n. ] C h-anh le ",'* (1,-_ i".*I.'!" .(
PENS F., S'V!.LL.'L '-
Clarioni t REI E. S _C. .olurel INK'~
&c., &c., &c.
IEanmiltonI, M hri l'.AI.

To Shili)pperos of niern Uda
HE Undersig5nedl Garantees"
to lie nie li'h Ih lt'0 r-lurfnI for their Sale
(of this lslanil !'r'.iii ,ti, i ttri t.'l It i-, u ;icre
for shipmeln t te tlicf Islandd ,>' .i.', 'ire:, \\. I.,
than iny oilier per-, only) if in g,, m ieichautable orOder.
['ast Water .'treet.
St. Georges, 17th Ml:rhe, M!;1.-a 3 3p

Wairante i not I. 'cxplodle.
In Cases of 5 Gallons each.



125 test,
At 7d. per Imnpe inI i a':llon.
Hamilton, "22nd March, 1.8*0.-2 3p1

From Antigua, W.1 via New York,
60 Ba.rrels Ci(oleiP .\li-cIcViua

40 Bls, Biight MOL.>SES.
W\'ill lie sold cl eap from the \Vharf.

For Sale,
A Fine Toned Upright.

W\ alnut-wo'iod ca:--e, :aiid iid- ('xpre.sly ti suit
the clii acIe.I
Fo -r Iis.ri &c., I lean; apply .it tie iUoyal
G'-7.etie policee.
lamilton, March 29, 80.).

Exchaio gDe o AeFTS ON I

\~A Liayward tv

F. D.S.


Front -treet.

Hamil,,,. l.reih 29, 1 .0.-.-t

On \V'eduesd:v lthi 17i Iinstant ,

A SMALL l ,i J.
A Few:r..d v ii! e paid on ils ri'..Ior:-tion to tinh

Hamiltoii, 31 AlchliiO, !'_-.30.-- pi!

4 W S A) i, i
IN t -,

44 'u-, -

Anl, just-. civt i i pei ei- n'u(a, '
Lra K cii Ci!d,,1"s
E O, d 1. 11 -'

HT 'i an t. C .l' E 1i L .L.i -.Il--, & ,.,
Apply to
Hamil n, ,l.ycl t29,,18e<.-3


,F"'IE Lieii:s.e oft BENJAMIN ArmuL-
I'HIUS W1, ITELY, to k.- *i- tie The ..-r ll- Cl
the" ,.itute in Ihe Town of
Hamilton wais, this 29ith ,l.y .t :Mari-, :I ,
O.WNrt'.it.:l, thi :' s;il Btenj:aiij iiin A:holplhus W iitt-
ly having_- Lbeen tih-- 'A'..'nl tineo cnvi.te.: o1 ,if
selling., Spi:rituous Liquors'.i'' :t the h aidd Tavern,
contrary to th i .-rovision.' iof Act No. 1 of
1'.5:, to Repl-,; the Act for r-eulatinz Li-
quor ,Shops anl T. ivOrif andl to sul.istitfit
other Regulations thf-er fur."
Given under our hlaniids on the lay an'l year
first above imentiuniitid.
March -o, lV0.




n nioi Seed! !

i -N IY P i.k-U:iL,, ,'-qr. it .u is now
el, .4,s l ,r !iis bui, lhas kin,]ly fu nishel d
me with .ill'.ssi'v idfil'rilationi for procuring
the UNINO.N .- Fi) .upi Ie.i to .is Cismncrs..
Pers I a' desirois i .!',- 'i i, g iiii s' i lI I fo'nr i l-. .
ill! l ,ci.- c :- ;!.l! r-g.;i-t-er ih ir ni i n.. il Li-
ni:, k% Open' ;l1i m'l' "ii'i _-.

Nb c. :3 ;:n' 1 5. i rn 5C'1.
HFamilto',. 27! 1c .l4 ..i, I-.-1 .--


O s' E iI t i

P "N -oitseq i'ie e of tll. ''- i'. rv.s'e in ourl
ilij.icnt .I-. I.f I'.-'uce t Y nork inlc -
rIle -e.toon o 1.,'74-, t. I t I i 'i f l a it, ii
wnitice, that \we' ;,re i ,- to i'rvv <'.ur p(:rsoiI il
.atenriilonii as ui. lii to *ill Shiipii-iot f lii .mu- iil
I'rod.tli e fI.C Nt--w i' iC-c li-. J .h lr.tIroIn ic ui-, 1ih t
w iltl ho ieinl cspor.siijbl, lfoi th i et Di .,-,.,,'i
ii'i'i pa;d toc ..iir wi\i, e l%\ Y ulk, \M i,cb l \'ill
be giv iien to thle \'e v 'Y.rl, (.' .iii-iC .;- s for .-;i( ',
Ly each vet-ssel tra nspI;.-rti2 ;i sIipmcuiit.
\VWihei ecxssalry l t,- cr pcdiel in return for
ainy shipmine t it it ill I-. iu-iuredic :t ltle expeiis oft
the Owntiers initei'est!.d, anl owners will Ie'crlc
un-ir-t ind that all th, dilai-;er-os of' ii'n t I ae
bourne bv them.
S!ainiiltl n, Ier'ri .i ie. h
Al:..rcl 2-, 8.'I). lt :1 )i .1 i uu *


--"- .--. ..r --X

i'.l-G IT \Ni) "\ .\\N',
For Sale at Sd. each at MR. CHAP-
MAN9' Store,

n. (3ei'rgi-'s.

29th,., 1 o-40.

It. hos t,
0 N tli. 171hli ,; rih, at tlie -SI. V11-1r._O.'s cithl if
ie H !!Irrir c,-toii S ,'iic-, r.cirt o* ;a

W ith a Ciest engravu.d, (a ,\l,...i's led I : .C 1d
!aurel leaves.)
Any one retitrnini the s-in1. t,1 clh- Oliee of
ihe Royal ;-c-,elle" will h. rewarit:-. .
I hain ilron, ,M crch 3i I-'-.'" -l pIl.

Ppr ierms1da,
A Further Supply of
'ii' (tR ? *2 L ,i -
V ry -largeC v:in..-tv,
Red Flesh, extensively *,i'r\rn in the S.',iil,
l Mil k AM elon. 'ic nileurb I'.- i, 5 i. ill i. .1 o,.le-'r
SEEDS suilthble f,.!e ." -e:s..n.

E82u8 ter& Ei0'j3'fci r rI

iWORD MAl AI{?t AN) W\-1"9j).

A hi! ... iy iIlel'& ,e ; tci'l, jpi.iy !ed y 'i a iiini-
liet ',! jt-r >.,,,S.

A heloi'ce .asoi) ieiit of Tl]'! Kitchelan da l I'atr-
S lor I .A iPS, CItNl.)-'N I);F ':itLS am.d L \IN-
Ti R N.:', lo Sale o(r hIiie

F U R N I T U 1 ,
Bedroom S TS i! T-NO -
Cane eiHl \Vi(d S I 'S i.i l,'-
I !E l)S I',- i)- i- ':i r!i-s
Wasih ST' ; N S )11i'-'
Clcil'- PERt1 iBUL ''TO! ,

c.,is I n

!.miill:a S -!';(J I.\ I
e 'l .\ l; i:;T'i'n':s, . P rfircT'ion andu i' icihria l .in 1 '1E
Vallity Fair 'TOL)C.\'. in 'Iins
AuicI a varied of oliher Tobiccos.
45 Irr'i!t -ireet, Ii milt.iin, .) 3

E.I'T \iE OF

Late L t.i 'l Town oif i ila,,niton, D.'-iceaed.l.

LL SPersons having Z :
ai L a 'ins.t the above i'-:taLe are rc-queiste. ( '
Sfoi>'; h;r! ir i e. 1coAiinils. add're-ssiucd to thi l.' .-
fierig!L:,!. :\di Iil.si8 r;1o.1 r, ticii-r ovc'r I va t I .
ii ." i-' I.D OI P.\V, Hamilton, oin or belior. the
AiS i!.ii, ct ?ci 'i ,AV! i ftvi.
e.X tIi f 1oh i S a' rem:. vd i: e eI a i
eI.; c: 1.IS I% .' 1 1 !R-Y I N i LU RAcAv bUReni r' ;i!d i ear ca I-
i.-c fl 1ili :\i it. lr'GIN.iL U IALY or |;p ylrit-ill)
leq,.(i e.'. l i.1 mcai:e iI-);c.neeiiL ,) .'l-. It: Lb N.ALD
( -." fuor i he .df. ini.i i tc'.iL'r on or before thel
a[,,*... d:,e.,
2nd Malnh, 180.-3 3p-M- .-ch 2, 16, & 30th.

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I .*' '4

TOOe- *-far ^

it '14

DIm'anatit, 19'eif'lhi'ni oes

Of tlih Ga( iris'-in,
U'n ,.' th," p tirr n:' ,," of H is Ex,..-llen,.-y


& Wednesday,

The 13th and l ith April,
', When will be pdcuce-'d the fillo'.ving:
Thie Orig2'in:l Com(ndy in 3 Acts, by T. WV. Lo-
,' Kr .

To be followed on Tuesday, the 1:3th Apiril, 1by
tlie C oumdy, in one>- At. by I-. T. Crx-
Y'EN, E. q.,

id i'on WThnesday, the Il-th April, lyv the
C"o-i.-dv in omne Act, b,. Si LiL'Y BI'.)'KS,,

It 'it

for a Chang'e.

By kindl -pc.:uissicn of Lt.-Col. Walk,-r ant
lttic i5s c-i' th,.' 1'C:.. th.el Band ofif thce 9 t h,
Du tik.- of's)1 R-'t., will pL ifoirm.
Pro i'.linll2 :,lc-.s iind Ti;:l.:''ts to I.e obtained at
tlic' IRoal Gazetti"' Stationery Store, whiroe
planm.s of the- Tho',itr,. ruay b,:- s,.en.

D r,-..s Cin-l'.-. 2 6;:; R s<_,rv d S..'-ats i1; : Pit 1 ;
S Gallery li,.
D-) 'ors open ait 17' Perforiman.-:.1 t ; o'l',ek..
C'arii: -.s, 1 I '*j .
Stna-...?i;.nc. r. C'APr. PU'ZEY, 1.E.
oIr. '- .her.
3uth Mf;tr,.-h, I Idi.
.. :-. ,, !) .. -

SBy 't" Prox i

t-.' ll Pl Mi~llO,
For Buildiiagi a -12 f.,-.t Sailin.;

.:' .. .. .t.. ._ =? + +
F1or H. TAL. Service.
pc,,:cili!altioin antl Drawitngs ,.(il b, s,.-en ,on
application at th,. MATfSi:* rIIII PWR 'lip's Of-
fiec', Dukyiar,1.
D ( ;tail i-iid -C 't,'-' ,f A'Ir c.d Eat" l .,/_',., ,,,,l/.
March 1;, 1.lII.--2

Suiioar So'arp !

. , *.(. ,.tr '
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F.x It'r'g P 'l" r.nd S-'lii. *" 'ten om
IBrb;dloe-., oft;-i'c-il by 1 I iid.-rsi !e. :r. l. v
J. '9 I)\ 1 I L & CO.
i l';amiltion, a, / .
.'lliur 'h "'*!_, ih '-'. s 0'

Just lCeceived per


111tii lI-a,
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l. \'I'l2S I' sTY! 2.

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exji! ie .ce ol ..*M r 3ih an.-. ii !.'.,,Ii .,,d
M "ie,, sa!ii, leg O --in.

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. :15 1i ,. ic.. "March,"u. '. .
[_,i.i. t Si i ii i' >carct -. ,

15th ,l arch, I .i:' .-;' 3p


r'FENrDERS ,- i. : ,-A r th.,
"Irl-E I -)lt s d -l:.' i-~.i.d ;_, tal.?

From' t -c lt :-t. cc .:i ii,: 1 --i vi-
sioni Is _,f i '- Pc.-st U- li.-, t,. 1 T:-.
TENDEI:' will k. ,-,.ivx- l until

the 2'th of M-'-'. .it No,:-.i,
\V lh,:' i','- s'aiiLe will ie u.-i.i1biitit-.! for ar]q.,roval.
FilrtLi"r inforll iL -ti,-n :'.. ii .- obtainedl at this
O A-c or act tli-. P ''t f e at t. G,-.:-';- s.
(t'i-loiti'l Prontic.-,, r.
Col.:-Iial Post Offic,:-, .,
IHcrmilton, 3,;th Liar h, 1.SSi. 1 '"

O N ticee.


HlA.MILTot;, 2c2ndl Mar,':h, iSfO0.
NOTICE is hereby given that on acnd a!t.r
Me I st APur:,. NI.'rT th-- deliv-ry of L,-t-
ters in thin Pari.'h -,f P.-id--r..,:.- will b- extend-
Ad to the W -stt n Di-tiiii. a-s f:i a-. Sp:-:ni..h
PI,'int and to th. E;-,;twva:rdc s f r ,1 tihe. I L:'ne,,
which forms th l b ouindiry of t,' Paric'.
A dc ily e i,:.ry of letters- will ;d:'o b. m ,l,-:',
to St. David's Island from St. (George'. Post.

2 3p

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JNew 7o,'f: "aU- 'Vc-r.
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At 1 P.M.,
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''o leae thence ta" 'e.uron ti C
Si!. Hec ..

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be i c, ive'e until ii ..,i., 2 1 t iti)lit, atnd. ilsl
I:'. L',,ig,; w ill lck' -;i l' ,.i ,n.ti! It) :c.'. nii !st
l*i iiini' .
i;cs.,_elic ,,r S'l'i .? 'vi!l '.e r'-'!ni,,v id :8 30
liiiicit' S p:l-I lirr., cc 1 -_'! I ,,'.:, !t :;..,:c .
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'Tlie Ne-s Sty ie, of,

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Fai"r 'I IU'ilN(
II elack ;n:.i Ple u d I) N -., I
F ne C \TI \(x "
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ilbiif F- t i'lbI '. Ble F'1AN
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Ni a. 30 lS'30.
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I 'all anid t x;cic e : ik lc-fr
:-ceci:cI rdtc- to \rm ani d Navy
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during the ic '' coin
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r lenders f


*,*.T -, W"^ a f'"0 '" F
+ij* s .
"-I' 'rn r..i:,nii. 1.'_1 .
T"E T,.dr- c' th:. nidr.'iillion.d Per-
$sons hai -v -n:-n :i:-.'.- itO1 1 y tile GOVE NOR
A N"I (C,,Trrq(T, f.t twv .' M ,, 1-4," to.s, to eomni nence
'n' thi.: 1st next :--
<'0,.0 1 ,,.. 1 .- ,' /.. r /,,r !>; r"i i. "'.,
Mu. D. WV.. HIt'e:I .
,.,/r, _, f =V,. '2--/.''I"/, ./ i,, n,'1 7t'1,,i. l.:,
ME .?r:;. .J..' fES I. TriM[Nl.AiM r& SONS.
S ._ .-..7,ir l.: :- F iri.:f r<, C / l S"..
irk. A. ,. TIIOMPrsON.
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('iih il S'erf,'. try.

Notice to ibic Oeditf -

C(olonial Sriretarv's Officee
9'm ,!AReCH, ISSF0.
I.i. '_.,-on- haivi,.4,, il ,.ANr -1 nagainst the
uhll,'i I'r,:..i.n ur for s,'r i ''es ,'* .plie
.aitih iis ,!l l :. w a[,d .h' icllic h to heret'.fre
l il i liil lv I h. I'nullicL T r- Y c ;'' in vii;in.e of
s,. I. -i :u-l ihorilor y, iai-r i. reby require 1, I
1in1,L. r Ihelr I especlive I \ c'..n- .it s- i luliaUIi.' .--
Iul y v luch.'i l :.L il cerlitiLd ani m lule tiup t o the
3 1 d I iy o lif i | ir.'~-cut i iimii .of \luircli,' to the
Aci~- 2 cl,' l: .f ler .lj (', ;:ic- u .il,
O(n or before ithe ti day of o pipri
in orileh'r that Illi? .S n.e in 1y b' audiote and
Iaid u:i'-lr the [ 'roviiions of llie u.iiit \et 1-S79
and inl, iilite ,l the I i'o pi P i'les of Q(4 .irtc'r.v
Acci !. in cA c -ii;; -, i, .
es-isi,,. '2, I,.' ei, en iilI .'" .-\li lAI L o pro video
f.r i.h' qutarterlyv aidilinig and payinent of,.tho
rl.iiii. of cerlaici i'ublic Credilors."
Th'e 'o ulniieIte of lh .N PE.u, AssFE.AiBLY
appointed under tI.e anithIricty of tlie- Act eniitiled
" Ain A t to' I ro vij fI)- tle qnarterily tuiditjili
a I pi' rincl e tiO e l.ilC is o" certii illie
Cir-'d.itors"'-re h:eleb',' re-quired to zn~et ble,-
1-'.een the LTI1, nl, 12[li,1.iys of tlhe s cid.pi ri.h A pr'i, a ld theli Cuinluiltt' of the ILEGISLATIVE
COU.NCIL I'.t'teeun die ShM and. .iijildays..-of tlje
si :e n1t0il .1 ;alu it :nil |;asd Accounts-
-al:i c:'s of Publiic-Oltleers anrd .Annuit-int. are
i,LA atih'teol by tlis 4nlifi e.t .
17, His Ercellency's Com,tanil,
Colonial Secretary.-

-( C.ES.

'. O HAMILroN, f22nd lMarch, 1880.
'VITII-v reference to tlhe Notice issued from
this Offi e on the 22nd O.-tober, 1877,
pA).SL,;- icakin" known the ,''gclatioirs which were rin
f ti',re to be olb--seiv.' with respect to the issue
o, 'Ma.rria -e Lic-ences : I now hereby give fur-
thi'r notic,- that, by Conimnand of His EXCE.L-
all 'cr LENi'Y THE Gu(VE'tNORt and Comicnauder-in-
S11. Chief and Ordinir-y of these Islan,:s, it will be
lneessar'y for the 'futllure that, the Certificate
called for by the second .Regulation of the
! cc. i: t' 2'2Liind October 1:,-77, from the Clergyman, Min-
,oi.,l :i i i, !or sister or l,.irson t-i, whoi a Licence is to be ad-
dressed, or from a Justice of the Peace, or
:, V).. from two Householders of known character
,,, antd prolity should always, when possible, not
SO11Ny state t.hat th<. person or tpei'rsons giving
such Certifi'.atc. is or are pcr'sonl:lly acquainted
r s with the ali,.int -but cshoul.ld further state
g. .- the address of the applit-ant, that is to say,
wh,-ee e l-r.sies, an' also what i, his ,pro'f-
Ss T--n or calling. : -and I h'reby give notice that
' in all inst .nces whlier'. lh- l. pers,:ni or pi.'i:Lolns
'' \V i, t .-- ertlca s a .t l lIl,1 or o it t-O
aiv' tlik ii foirtation the Mrarria'ge Lice,'.nce
< w.ill-except in very spl.- _- ,-. dl;-y.i -1 for one wi-c1k to give:. time for
ranking ineest.t'2 I(vY inquiries. If any specially
uiai :',.-nt cas- shoul'.l occur I-1l:. special ci,'cuim -
sia'nce.s r-'lquirin- such uigency should be set
o:rth in the al-plication for the Licence.
N I,' [ T H IS F al i Clllt,'tltllll f,
-., &c,, &. R. E. WEBSTER,
Coloniual Secrearfr.

I't ;ker, -TCID

1rh It.G f \I U1SCOVl I)O

r let 0of rei,.ti rhLdrb,,l ,. per S &oncr i e' i eteor," wil! be
.liscilcrgLing lot-day alnil. tj-iiorrow, and i-, lilred
Sor -aile hby
'. t !relhnasi!,r i laIliilton, ;J0th MN -rch, 1850.- 1

Canttens anid L(uoloini copy unce.

JA 1I ', r.-'i'' OF IrNT.Wl'.d1IDU ).lETTERS IN THE
-'.ainl ,i-i,,' S i,'-i In i!-- \. i;. .i, u ,,, !''. r o .\steiicti,

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1 12 i.TE IN l! PO T OF-
1i' .'1 i GE-r. ... c: ,\N rc 29, 1S8'),
i3, c B 'iiq'i "( Ci v u I Li-e jiv)w)l," Aubr.y Fox., LIw.,
l' u re s p, Irren, coh Hil.n, ohMr Jacklani,
rnm i, L.ighltbourn, U\ A Long.

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\!.nie' 31), 18SO.--2



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'I'll L IU1 1,. I'
'inlis :ii(ir iIrr.rv rn n it. i' ,%%;Ii'' ... I itIe ,lI. :' I' .'-i
r'' 'r i if t tbo r chr(in rT -ibn d i ,1 i l'e -'il Ii' ]-
get to ihe Hloue of Commnong ti-lay. T"he'e ",.is
a small attendance, a 'roat many momnbeis iav:ing
Pone to lthpr homes. The Horn;j Rulers w- s c,,n-
pirci'Tonily nbcenf. Only a shrink innr of lili n etrs
h'in t r'sr.i' to listen io the dry readin i of the
Chaneellor's fiaurec. and to pick out of the financial
shell such an amount of Opponition meat faa it
minlit contain. The Chancellor necompaniedf his
announcement or various imnoritnnt items of the
budoet, with a running commnniary of remarks,
designed to classify or explain bhem. Hesaid that
while, he rrellted int state thllat there would he a
deficit of :,:)1,000 sterling, cn this last yenr's 1e-
venue, a few wo'nrds would make it pl'iin to the
House, That this deficit was brought about, through
an event which was not anticipated when the e.ti-
mates were submitted to the House one year a.go.
At that time, no one in the country, would have
been j.usified in predicting, that the war in Soulh
Africa, would attain the dimensions which it sub-
sequently reached, nor have involved the treasury
in Ihe nece(.sily for so larrenn routlay.
The co.t (if : ulie.s-in The o ouibr, ak in Zulu-
land had been 5.1.s.000 stg., at this point rx-
pressions of affected astonishment and dismay weie
heard from the Opposition benches. Sir Stafford
waited for a moment until Ihe Hmniie had b'
quiet and then with perect coolness repeated hi!s
statement and added : ,( Hon. members cannot. re-
gret the idle expenditures or useless lo.A of money,
when such loss occurs, more than myself, but I take
occasion lo assure this Houtie that in my opinion
South Afiica wa" worth all and even more than it
cost, even when the item of 1loo I so much more
valuable than money is taken into account. That
struggle has Feltled forever the question oif Rritish
ascendancy in South Africa-a question which was
destined sooner or later to be setlled in this man-
ner.. Beyond a doubt we shall have no more seri-
ous trouble there, and an old bone of contention is
finally removed from the debates of Her Majesty's
Parliament. It hbs done even more than this. The
result of the war has been to open up to the enter-
prise of our manufacturers and merchants, a prac-
tically illimitable field for the disposal of their goods
and the expansion of our trade. Moreover I do
not hesitate to affirm my conviction that it, has
opened a way such as no other process could have
opened it, for the civilization and evangelizalion of
natives of that benighted region-a result for which
the British nation should count no sacrifice of time,
toil. life, or treasure too gieat an offering."
When the chancellorr stated that the Govern-
ment, in its estimates for the coming year, did not
find it necessary to advise the imposition of any
new tax, while at the same time it did not propose
to remove any, cheers and counter cheers followed
the announcement. The Liberals having been of
opinion that the Chancellor would be compelled to
propose an increase of the income tax, or some still
more obnoxious method of meeting his deficit, were
clearly disappointed by his statement. The Chan-
cellor proceeded to state that his estimates fr thbe
past year had been so far iiithin the mark that had
it not been for the extraordinary cost of the Zulu war
he could haie shown a handsonrie surplus. As it was
the deficit of .3,34,000 would be met by temporary
bills during the year., and he anticipated that the
regular revenue would enable those to be taken up,
and an estimated surplus of 24,000 left at, the end
of next year. Jhis surplus, the Chancellor went on
to explain, would be increased to thesum of 178,-
000 by the extinguishment of. certain outstanding
Exchequer bonds and terminable annuities. The
Statement of the tChancellor of the Exchequer as ia
whole is regarded as extremely favourable. The
ciiticisms made upon it in the House after the
Chancellor bad taken his seat were somewhat acri-
inonious, but il is not believed that the debate upon
the Budget will be protracted, nor the result in any
way in weakening the Chancellor's position.

Scene at the Produce Exchange-Heavy Purchases of
Wheat for Sh;i/inent.
To-day on the floor of the Produce Exchange the
excitement was intense. Members were congrega-
ted in large numbers, eagerly watching the black-
boards on which the prices received by telegraph
from Chicago were being recorded every minute.
The market gave signs at an early hour of a further
decline from yesterday, prices being weak and offers
lo sell for immediate and future delivery were
lioard on every part of the room. Merchants, bro-
kers and shippers gathered together in groups dis-
cussing the enormous purchases made yesterday for
shipments and which amounted to nearly 3,000,)000
bushels, and predicting lower prices ahd still heav-
ier purchases to-day. Shortly after the first call
shippers commenced to make their effort to streak ihe
market, offering to sell at reduced figures. They
were soon joined by the speculators, who bad evi.
dently taken fright at. the appearance of the solid
bears, and for a time there was a babel oi voices
shouting:- "I'll sell April!" "I'll sell May!"
"I'll sell regular This was the desired opportu.
nity o0 theshippeis, and offers lor immediate and
future deliveries were taken up at a decline from
yesterday's figures and heavy transactions were
made for May and considerable for delivery this
month. Shippers are, consequently, feeling more
bopelul at the prospects for an active trade and
predict or this summer the utmost prosperity iu
the grain trade. It is confidently expected that the
large number of vessels that have been lying idle
in this port all winter will now be actively employ-
ed to carry cereals to Europe. Freights are in de-

mand at better rates and inquires for grain carry-
lug vessels of moderate size size are numerous.-NXen
York Evening Teleyram, Malnrch 10.

-The model of a monster floating railway station
han just hben made by. Messrs. Palmer's Ship-
building and Iron Company, Jarrow. from the
plans of one of their draughtsmen. The idea con-
sists in connecting England with the French capi-
tal by railway, the floating station being so con-
s'ructed as to early trains across tLe channel at
the rate of 14 knots per hour, thus diminishing
sea-sie'r. ^' and obviating the necessity for un-
lI.aiitni go, ,is. Each Irain would provide acom-
modati( n fror 2,1i''1 pans'onatrs. IThe Torle! has
b fmr ,iwa e'ii ti, Indon hir ttih ip \ il,, of being
tho' cu.,hiI examined l.,y the A lini iilly oflici ls.

The Queen las appointed Inspector Fraser late of
Hyde tark and the Ladnes' Mile, to form one of
lHor a!irji ts*v', a iin,', and to reside within Ihe walls
ol \V'in',- i' n-l,'. This is ii nevlyv.-'ieated office,
arnd way be unlderit(cc'd to owe its ori-in to the fears
exc'itrd animng Ibe crowned heads of Europe by the
alarming development of a regicidal Social demo-
cr cv. TI e lspl cire of Soeialismi is under all the
r,.ya l b c'sc;.nar wv.-atchfulhirss s.'er's to bl~ occurrtil to oe rin ifutihoril.':, and so In pectoFr Fluser has
been appohitied hby Mr. Crcs; to s'and between the
royarrl person and possible danger, lie will go with
the Queen %iberineer st.e trave!s, aud stay whenever
she litays.
The lower jaw of a humrn br ing said to have be-
ih rgi d to th.e plIirii'i r'ces, h:!s b:inri din; t, p on
the bank- of L. rx It cek, in T'Pe j,,w
had never ntne than six teeth aid from its confor-
mation the po*sessor must havesubAisted wholly on
liuilt'nnln ornsas

AT Til!. [lAM.T,'iON ,I;TEL,

tfres) tT1)9.r
GEORGE ,4. FjPR.A H li1M,
March 23, 1-8O.

Picked Up,
j (- .IonI IS. -wAN, Pilot, of the Ioat Tea:er,
on Friday, 19th in-tant, a; inLt 15 or 16
miles to the Southwest of' the lhit',
Copper- aste-ncd, abhoiu 10 or i I fevt keei', wih-
out oars or snils ,'r iimilMle thwa.rt. .'he '\ .is an iiut
onp-third full of water. She h s lrnass I'ad-
lok ;ft nmarkedl \V. D." Shei i now haIule,
p ) nenr Long Bay, Somer.-et. The looser may
have the sm:ie on applying to J.oNn N. Sw.ANs,
Pilot, Soimerset, and comiini on re ,sonalile
;i illls.
N.B.- -heP i a red-p-inwte, l ,-at, wit.i I ick
bail and na white streak.
1mn-,rset, '!rch 2-2, 1P SO0.

'/he Sun uIitual Li/fi
Insurance Company,
If ( ., )NTiHri, \L, CA 'N 1).\.
*u1.:.rii';-. i'nl.ita', Hialf' a lililon ) olliis.

"F HE Undersigned has been ap-
poinited ( ENE A.L \(;I':N'I' for this
first el ii Coimp-i ny in these I;4and.l.
Life :nd Endowntent Policies granted at
lijvut ratcs t(o np tid e 'vith pei feet security.
Rt. GOiiHAM.
31airch 9th, 1880.-3!n


II miltoni, March 1 1i, I PS.
)id you ever," asked a brother humorist of
Josh Billinvs, stand at the ball door alter your
lecture and listen to what the people* said about it
a- they passed out ?" Replied Josh, I did-once"'
(a pause and aigh) but. I'll never ido it again."

Ne %v

IPhotogr-aph an Id
'Till Type (Gallery.

SII1 l t iiersi,',t 1il tak:s .,.r.::t, pleasure int
aunnounteinrI_ t, It nlie .il:nri 1 1 of t t ermu,-
da that he Ii:ti i,.e th. e i .t iraph Gallery
of M1r. Jh lin og:a, whi:re he itintend'ls carrying

Portrait and Landscape Photo-
n niall its ltr.iaelles.
IHavitg lrougkl.t with him all the latest style
or work and the nim,-t improved in~iruments andt
fancy blck rooindrs, he feels confident he can
give perfect :atli>faction to all who miav favour
him tiith thi. ir PatIronage.
lie has also with him his tools and necessary
parts for the Repairs of WATCH I IS, CLOCKS
tand .1 \ E1.1'.l Y, having worked a I hotograph-
ilg and Watcfunnkino" fior over 10 years, with
great snrce-s, he fefIls he is capable of giving
I)erl'ect Satisf'action in IItlh Busiineses.
Work ii W\Vteh or Jewelry line left at his
Gallery will meet with prompt attention and
moderate charges.

Dec. 12th, 1879.

Photographer "I Watchmaker


PUTTY, BPISilES, &e,-, &c.
Every description ol' Ci.I) ICt made ready for
J. E. IEV \N8S t:,kes this opportunity to thank
the Public in general for i eir liberal patronage
rnd will endeavour (as in the pa.,t so in the
f iture), to merit their continued favours.
14 Queen Street, Ilamilton,
I'ebtuary 3, I.80.

DAVID K AUFM IN, has this d.a retired from
the Firm of II. . YOUNG & CO.,
Auctioneers and General Commnission ,ier-
chiants. 1R. A. YOUNG only is authorized to
collect amounts due and will pay all debts. The
Business will be continued by the Undersigned.
R. A. YOUNG & CO.,
85 Nassau Street,
N. Y. City.
February I I, 1880.


IEI al)ove \V 1`0 1 P ,4 fl)!' both

maenltt nt('t it "tdcki ili Ihe Ifut'ui"ed ;t tha1
Alanutitac-tor's lkit price. m'o rake to ot'itca'
ally sty-le Of CaSe i;%id- lt te-:.t, ANI on r igt'~ &C.

F. 111. c 1111l. D
F~'i)rot Street, I I; tiilt oll, U.0. 0.
Decr I,16" l76. (


P1 R0I)U!CE.

r H E, Un designed will give his
personal attllntion. as usual to all Ship-
ueniis of'

Will forward Coisignmnentt to any Cominis-
sion Prorlunce \lereh:nt.s in New York, and will
yive all influrnaion necessary for benefit of
Produce purely hasd dining tlio present Season
at Market Prices.
l amnilton, PFb\v. 17, 1.S0.--10

Slenry Brinker & Co.,

:. E :A.I, NTO,
Nos. 5, (; & 7 I'roduee Aveine, West Wash-
inrgton \Market, New \Yor'k.
Cash paid i',ir Bernmuda Produce. Consign-
n.enti solicited.
ltepresetited in let niuda by
Joh IP". Galvin,
Front Ltet. HItiniltoni.
R. L. E[i)n'At s, Priesident National Bank,
St:at oft Nirew York.
\ It. S ::vAt: D, Ca',hier, [lauki oof Monroe, Ro-
chc.-ter, New Y,, ,.
The Brad-trvet Ci.mpa.ny of New York, Mer-
canlile agency .
Refer I'further t.)o ill rer-lonsilIle Bisiness
?-louses in our line in this C'it'y.
New York, M.arhl IItlh, IS-i).
- -/-- "l -

George A. Sanford,
\ \.\IIF \\, N..-.,
al.'tuiFi a tulri't anrI l eiler idi
MARLI.Il : .. I'-Ll.- IE i) .- AI N ,TI,
S AM e',i ,A T S,
Lead STONE.S, Fi N I'", Church TA .\Li': i'S
Basin '! 01'.', &r. &-c.
A.ny design cut to 'irdler. No charge ftCn orli-
nary Inscriptions.
Per-ons lir at'lini 'order i, or v.ishing any
informatiioan, please apply to
I,. T. JA1IES,
Agent f,,r Bernmuila,
42 Front St.
Hamilton, (Octr. !.th, 1879.-1 v

John M. DeWolfe,
Mantulacturer ol 'all kinds of
Ca rig



built expressly for IBermuda when

A gent at Bermuda.
8, 1879.-12m.

For Rent,

F The Cottage
Near Biruswick IHouse, in this Town, lately inl
the occupation of iMr. Jairus (-. Swan.
Apply to
iamilton, 15th March, 1880.

For Sale.

i '1. A P (to seat four)
An.i H/\ RNESS,
Property) of Lient. 1\A\\WON, R.E.
To be sold in on,, it l or separalely.
Price for the lot, 50.
Apply to Lieut. Vori Do.NuP, I.E. ,,>r Lieut
"LEEVE, .!",., Prospect..
Prospect, 8th il archl, I 0.(

For Ren t,

And Tract of LANSI in Paget
lately occupied by Mis. l.ousA i.OSTOCIK, called
"d 1 R.M O .V T,"
containing Twelve .\Ares, more or less, extenid-
ig from the Wateis of' Hamilton Iiarbo-ir oil
the North, lo Ole ,liit hiaI ,on tile Soutlh.
For further p.r ktiulars apply to
:!;iiilton. '2'Jth l)h-em!)i r, 1S79.

Slor Sale,
Qj The Chlestnut Mate

!.ate th r- Ipr ii.-rty of Capt. i.nesly, I'. f\.
A, Suture I'~,ei )r, ),',,I Hack or marriage e vlolse,
Si:1 Stand t ire' I a, !een siitd with tro pl):..
PRI('E .30.
A' ply to
\ A. CH[ UNC Y
,t. 1-19th R erime.nt.
St. George'.s, Feby. 25, 1880.

L'{ NISH E[ oIr .Unfurnilshed
R ,0 0MS, in a Cottage in this Town.
Apply at the Itoyal Gazette" Office.
llamiltin, Dec. 1ist 1879.

C. S. W /Viter),
Watchmaker, Jeweller & n-
Offers for Sale Cheap,
A lChlnice Selection of
,'ffaches, CM cks', *.fwch'y
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.-P'nrties 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.

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish

Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in itBrnaby Street to any per-
son who nmay desire a supply.
To Cu-,tomers i Ii I.imilton and Viciuity it
will be delivered Ly Cait daily-from about 10
o'clock till tiooiin-CiommeiinLci ng on Ist A.pril.
The [prive is one penny per pound for 12 I1's.
au11 upwards.
A i-enny half-penny under 1\2 lb,;.
cI-errlud Artlificial lee 'Jonipany,
Hamilton, Marci24th, 1879.

S .3
i a -4

,T. o t

O rZ E. ,
=- .. 51 ---

i S M S C O1 F U-


RZIlEL'. JOCKEY CLUB, and other fra-
rant Pefumes.

ives the hair a beautiful loss and imparts an
onic and rhe eethrefresiihe adjunct to the Toilet and
Bath, a reviving scent and a powerful disinfectani,

For warm e climate a i is invaluable.

tural Air puier, fragrant Powder diffuses
giv ea the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts ane

anToile Soapits For akea.

anid Ericilvptrts Fore-l'.

E P I %I F I., Perfamer by appointment to II. R.
iI. PrinIces of \\ 'les, 9fi, Sltand, Londoni, and 17
L(.,iul 'r May 27, ,-79.
l'r1"ic Ti[ereEi l-i-! a i* AI
AT TEI M OSw' IiODE.aATi-. ItRA'l .S
Can he obtained from the
of London,
One of the lon3ria Established and Wealtlhies
(Officzs in ( rent Britain.
Through the I11 AN trl OFFIC'h in tho
lslanitls, a Savint; is effected to tho Insrurie
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RBI.KS taken both on ilEAL and PERSONAL.
PIOPI'ERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No F'ES and no CiAIRGEC for l'.licies.
N. A. BUTTER I'IE1.1),
ila:uilt ,n, September 9th, 1S5tr.

T. 1 1.' 6 1 1i ..a A J

GOI,D) 1MED\L P% L' UNiVE.- \L I X-
HiB'FION 187-.

Specially I)prepared foi ilot Cliimates in hermeti-
callv closed tinis of aill si:ze.-, in simn ll kegs and
in tirkins.r The expitct, of thiscelebiaied Brand
now exceeds 1 S,(t00,000 lbs.
T. J. CLANCHY, Mutnster Dairies, Depot,
Cork, Ireland. 26

J. & E. A tkinson's

plebrated for nieirly an ce'i,:ry pasl, is of lie very
best Englisih mani(':icture. For its purity andI gre,.;
excellence it haa obitainled the fo.)llowi.a
LonruN, 186.-- P.ns, 13 67. CORDOV&A, 12
LIA. F7- ).VIENKNA-, 173.
( nlyGold Medal for English Perfumery, Paris 1878

Ilkinson's Choice Perfumes for
the Handkerchief.
11 white Rose. Frangipanne, YlatngYlang,Stephajno-
its, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouqietf,
Trevol, M.lagnolia, Jamnin, Wood Vio-
let, Gold Medal Bouquet,
And all other odours, of the finest quality only

Gold JMedal Eau de Cologne
i; strongly recommended, being more lasting and
fragrant than the Germ in kinds.

A T K I N S 0 N S
Old Brown i indsor Soap,
,:elebriated for so niny ycar', continues to be maIe
as heretofore. It is strongly Perfumerd, and will be
found very durable in use.
ntrd itilbr. specialiiies and general articles of Perfu-.
mery may be oblaiined fall dealer throughout the
World, anJd of the manufacturersi,
S& q4M. 'TS1T.1N.,
CA UTIO\. --.1I ssrQ. i. & E. .-ATKI WSJN ni1iU-
aicturie their aticle.- of oune and the behsl quiliy
only. Piurchiaurs are cautioned to avoid counter.
feits by oLseiving II it each article is labelled with
Itie Firm's Tradei Mark, "a While Rose on a
Golden Lyre;" printed in seven colours.
Apnl 1 1, 1I7--i[2iu 11







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'I'lTeodore Outerbrid e,

Reid -treet, \Vest ol ". Royal Gazette" Office.
()llice Hours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
\\ill Visit St. Georges, Tuesdays and Fri-
Orders Prompily Attended to.
IHamilton, I tctoler 26th, 1876.

Horse, Carriage 4 Cart

SlH, U,.dersigncd h.Jvi,, resumed Business
t hiis >ld Stand, Corner ol' Church and
.ItJu action treesi, ne.,r i;Imiliton lotel, takes
this mtnethot of thanking his friends and the pub-
lic g neraliy for past favors, and humnuly soli.,
eits a conutluainct of same.
January) 6, I87).

.L.)iJ.'!JV CK.-M ARCI (-A P RIl 1880.


ris. sets.

5 49 6 17
5 48 6 18
5 -17 6 181
5 46 6 19
.5 43 6 '20
5 44 6 120
.5 -12 6 20


I 30
12 18
1 6
1 .54
2 42
3 30
4 18


- -a- -

Lt Qr. lb 53m a.m

Low Sunday.
Court of Assize-
Easter Term

THE E.PFR..roDA oi'al. Gia;7E'Tc is pub-lihed
ever,- T:'.< sdavy y LoONiLD M'PHEF. I.EE,
Printer to the tQueen's Most Excellent
,l.1 sty,
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets
where iflanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents,
at Sl. Georges for the Royal Gazelle.,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & Sow, Wcest End,
Water Street.

SuJpp ement to the Bermuda Roydal Gazette, Tuesday, March 30th, 1880.

Saiucil PF rker Sh.-ridnou..........Boston, U. S. A.
A. J. Tait ......... ..............M ontreal
"W. P-i ,- tt.... ................Lyunn, Mass.
MT lS. 3s. tL-l..................... '
D "'V E rth:r ................... .
M i'sa B utler... ................ "
M iss L."miie E tlk:r. ............. .
Lieut.-Col. ihod.Is ..............Quebec

.. ...A Rh: ......... "
Cit'yrtcn ri],rs R iod. Frankiinu (Crtid................. Boston, U. S. A.
M rs C ,'r is. ...................... "
C. u('ii .. .. .................. M ontreal
F. W, C k:r.................. EEnglewood N.J.
M rs. Cro. Er.................... "
M rs. C. T,. _.,w 'rt.............. "
F. D. S. N:................... New York
M rs -W at.-on .............
Mrs. .. D. Vaiu Schaicek.......... "
Capt. Join C'. Wi!l.-..u, Master S. S. "Bermuda."
MI-... -.. .? ..-Lcaun............. Halifax, N. S.
M ii s ,M a. .l .:n ................... .
Miss H. h.TacLeau ...............
M r.-'.. H Prin iose ...............
Capt. A i,, ..s...............Edinburgb,Scot.
Miso-c. 'a f ( ipb.-ll .............. Moutreal
Ti. Canmpl.-.ll N -lks ............
R. D. Ewina-iu rad Tife ........ Toronto
Geore '- is-'.u Morphy ........
Edwa'ird '. P-ar..-e ............ Philadelphia
Mrs. ,Ta. o A. Eamas ........... Concord, N.H.
Mis,- E. St. C. 'Widulle.......... Stamford, Conn.
Miss E. S. 1.1awley ........... New York
1i-Ks M De Groot .............
Tbos. Arthur Oman and wife.... Pittsfield, Mass.
Mrs. S. A. rigcelow ............ Bostou, Mass.
S. La. irnice Eic .-l,.w .......... '
Willi.m F. Diraper ............. New York
John \V W -1ull and wife ........ "
Gccr,,. Stairs ......... ......... Halifax, N.S.
M i.- I: ,i . . . . .
W'illtam G 7. F- T'itt .......... New York
Johnu J. Mon ................ Fihkill on Hud-
son, N.Y.
Niss M. G. Mofnell ............ "
Mi-s Eva 'iucham .... .... "
(Gnv ID i). "ooki- and wife ...V.Washingtou,D.C.
Mrs.,. A. E. Ontcrbridcl-e ........New York
M i-'s Rc,: o velt "..... ......... "
A. Van Due,,,n & wife ......... "
Mi's .rmnima B. 1Van Dueseu .... "
H 0. a.ivilto.u ..............Boston, Mass.
Dr. C. M. Fi-Id ................ Bound Brook, N.J.
Dr. ,,i.r-t T. Howe ..........New York
M isk-, i L'-kwood .......... "
Mis, L. A. Howe.............. "
R. H. D eriti-.tnu and wife.... .Peterboro, Canada
M rs. DP :.!l.i-. to'un .............. "
George A. Dc-nui,,toun........... "
Frank C '(1murclill ............LLebanon, N.H.
M rs. C. CG. 'Ch r.-li!l ........... "

Pi -.t:d. art t. George, March 25th, 1S80.
2'th, C:rmany.I R.E., (Sub-mining Company) vs.
S;-. Georse's Gart ison.
I : ,., ,,s. 2/'a In ingys.

Capt. I --..::. not out 6S
Lt. W<.,... b Wilsou 3
Cpl. Nfni 'iu, A. Wii,,u 7
Lt. 'T','-i. .. Ki-nulOy,
b. Eivju 7
Cpl. crit.I.. trun out 2
Sapprci Ol,,n'r'. mi out 21
Cpl. Pat,:, b. Knwwl--s 5
SSapper -.Hobday. rulu out 0
('orpl,. ,'-:,ttife, run out 14
.Ser'i. lioke:r. b. Walker 0
Sailppir M.Aor,,u, 1.. Cot-
trell 0
Extrr.s 4

c. Kennedy, b. Eden
run out
Uot out

b. Huggins
not out

Did not bat.


Total 11-2

Extras 15

Total 8S

i t*s Innings.
A. C. W -nri nu, I,. I aL rtin ....................... 11
Col. Vi-- 1-. c ..tti-, b. Martin ............. 0
Canpt. W iter. P..A., 1!. Lt. Wood ............... 1
Lt. Ketn:jtdy, !,1l c and b. Martin ............ 9
Capt. -E. -, 1 !', .s. Lt. Tower, b. Lt. 'Wood .....23
Lt. Fei u, I T. b. M artin..................... 0
Lt. C'-tt,:l!, I...A c t.Lt. Wod, b. Martin ...... 2
Pvt. Kn .ivle, 1 1 c. aund b. Martin............. 2
Pvt I ,gin.. i h, ',. M artiun................. 0
Pvt. Wils..n, i-.l, e. HnUneage, b. Wood........ 6
B mr. K w-,Nuithi, R.A.,, not out............E7.... 0

Total 6Gb

Scores o(' a Mai.tch fplajed at Boaz on the 24th of
1March. Prospect Garrison v. Boaz and Ireland.
L t. J, '- b Pik\] ............................. 40
P te. Ri., b'. i, ,'. pih eon......................... 15
l., V, P il .nLo F 1.E., b. Pike ..................... 39
Capt. W in.ia ,9 b, Pike.......................... 15
Q ,. V?.: .-* iait'y, 1,cE., b. Pike....... ........ 0
Lt. Y, f,(ae,'.. b L,not ou n............................... 8
Ca t. Pi!li R,.i' ., b. I-awson...................... 10
Qr :.MI. e-gt. P, ppcr, 6.10b, b. Dawson........... I0
Lt. r, ca;u-a 91:i b. D-'awson........................ 0
Lt. V. ,:.-r. '0-1 ., c. 'ihOUmpson b. Pike.......... 0
CoI pl. 1 1 s '9i'.', run out ..................... 1
Extras..................... 13

Total ......127

S Fi'ns Iuning.:. Second
Mr. Da; ": ,, N.. N. c. Wild-
coc '.' Bi.' 11 c. 1'. J
L t. .L.. ". t, I ., b.
Vn i-;.or; "2 r,'n out
Lt. P .- '.N., c. V,:n W ildg
Don-u, P, ':. 2 Jones
Lt. .Hi P.. T .., L. e 0 b. Jones
Capt. C ..', .., V, Yen
Do'r.,1 2 run ot u
Cap;. N_... t.,.., R. 1. .A. .
Sc.: i '" : -. .b 9 b. Jones
Lt. H 3 .-,. 1 l''-, c. Von
Dc .- 'p' .. 4 run out
L }.J -..' --.. l : e. .p-
pes V,' I i 0 run ot d
Lt. L .i,: T '. [- .EI., ? o' c.t 9 e. W elm
Lt. NV ii.l 9 ,, Y. :Vj-a
D-orc.i 12 b. Jones
Carpt.IK ,.d'., F',t.d c. Jones
R. a3 not cut
Exras 6

To',l (67

I Innings.


'ooe b.c

an b.


Rice 4


Extra_ 4


Won iy i-'oSECt iby i.; runs on the 1st Innings.

Lo:rn..-:, Marc-h 24.--A dispatch to the Daily
Xe: .- .n I', eter-brg sa- : Notwithstanding
thE r, .t'-'!.' t. .n thbe pres.s outspoken article:,
contin .:- i,- [-.ptcr a ti'. press. The TVcdomeste, a
sen, i-t.itF 'l e-";!tit of the Ministry of Instruction,
strcnm:'l u' ots trca,;.e- liberty of the press as a
imeat-s :. *,ir,< ,LtE Supreme Executive Com-
Tairsif. ; ei ly ,.17"' open publication of the Nihil-
ists' i.'.., ia. bh on'. freely discussed would ap-
pear in b' true light."

i' .mopea N News.
Tb'e MNil Steamer' Bermuda, Captain Wilson,
from N.-.v Yolrk, arrived at her Wharf in this
Town at five .'clock on Su.nday afternoon : she left
New York ti: 0-30 p.m. of Thursday the 25th inst.
We are. i.dlebted to Mr. Puiscr Dupont, Mr.
Hill, 1st Offl. c, and tlber friends for papeist up to
the hour of her leaving.
The "1Hcr'"' Irish Famihne Fund on the 25_th
instant nai.ounled to) $314.329-54.
The U.S. Ship Constellation, Captain -'aller, with
food and clothing, for the distressed Irish, was to
leave New Yok for Ireland last Saturday.
Amotgctbihr things put up for sale to the highest
lid'ir in New York for the purpose of aiding in
the collection o i meaps to afford relief to the Iri:-h
Famine Fund ,' is a glh,:,stly clipping of hair from the
scalp 'ock of Captain Jack. the Modoc Chief whoc
figured so vividly in the tragedy of General Canby's
murder and massacre of Lava Beds, and paid the
penalty of his misdeeds on the gallows."
The United States Circuit Court has decided that
the California law prohibiting the employment of
Chinet-se is unconstitutional.
A s (vee gale was experienced along the Eastern
sea-banrd of the United States on the 24th instant.
The theimromet.-r in New York on that day was
down to 19. Much snow fell.

The Qauen's Spiech to the Lords- Writs 1.ssaed or a
JN(w Election.
LONDON. March 24.-The Queen's speech, an-
rouncing the dissolution of Parliament, was read
in the House of Lords to-day by Lord Cairns, the
Loid High Chancellor. There were present only
twenty-five members of the House of Commons,
fourteen peers, and eleven ladies. The following
is the full text of the speech :
"'* M LORDS AND GENTLEMEN: As the lime as-
signfal by law for the termination of the present
PI'tliamcent is near at band, I am induced, by con-
siderations of public policy and convenience, to se-
lect this period (of tie session for releasing you
from your legislative duties, with a view to imme-
diate dissolution and the issue of writs for a gene-
ral election. I cannot part from you without ex-
pressing my deep sense of the zeal and ability
which during more than six years you have con-
sistently displayed in exercising your important
functions, ncr without tendering my warm acknow-
ledgments for the useful measures you have sub-
mitted for my acceptance, and especially for the
manner in which you have upheld a policy the ob-
ject of which was at once to defend my empire and
secure the general peace. My relations \ith
foreign powers are friendly and favorable to the
maintenance of tranquility in Enrope. I enterta-in
a confident hope that the measures adopted in Af-
ghanistan will lead to the speedy settlement. of the
troutlles in that country. I have had much satis-
faction in assenting to the acts you have passed for
the relief of the distress unhappily prevalent in
parts of Ireland, and, trusting that these measures
will be accepted by my Irish subjects as proof of
the ready sympathy of the imperial Parliament, I
look forward with confidence to the restored pros-
perity of their country. I rejoice to observe the
indications of a general improvement in trade, and
that Ihe commercial depirssion which I have had to
lament appears to be passing away. I have wit-
netsed with the greatest sympathy the heavy losses
sustained by the various classes connected with
the cultivation of the soil, and have viewed with
admiration the patience and high spirit wilh which
they have contended against an almost unprece-
dented series of disastrous seasons. I trust that,
with the blessing of Providence, a more favorable
harvest may be looked for, and that from the com-
mission, which I issued to inquire into the causes
of the agricultural depression, suggestions may
come which will to a more profitable use of the
agricultural land, and a higher development of this
branch of national industry. The electors of the
United Kingdom v. ill b-. called upon forthwith to
choose tIeir representatives in Pailiaieat, arnd
I fervently pra:y tbat the bles-,ing of Alnighty God
may guide them to promote the object ut :nv con-
stant solicitude-the bappiness of my peo(lIe."
It is formally announced that, as previously ar-
ranged, the writs for the new eleciicn were issued
'I be Times this morning,, in a leading editorial
article on the general election, says: It is tolera-
bly clear that thie strength of the Ministry will be
red uiced."
Of!,cial Views of British Tr id .-LONDON, March
28.-In t_',, House of last nighl- the Duke of
Rutland, (_'cneerv tive, called attention to the de-
pression of trade end agriculture. Lord Beacous-
fidel contended that the revival of trade was gen'.ii!
and that be believed it would last. To insist on
reciprocity by ther- countries, bhe said, would be
impossible now th:it we had parted with ur inimpurt
duties. The ptes'ent stale of things, Lord Beacons-
field said, was brought about by a succession of bad
hat vests.

The Election-Act'icib on Both Side-s-The
Liberals Con ident of Success.
LONDON, March 20.-The electoral caripaign in.-
creases in activity. It has been almost impossible
during the past week to get a sufficienthumber of
members of Parliament together to mnriake a House.
All the important measures that could be disposed
of this session were pushed through, and the House
of Common: will meet on Wednesday next only for
formal prorogation preliminary to dissolution. The
Liberals err.m more active and confident, an>! th.i:'

organsarefreely predictinga. overwheimingvi,,ary.
Mr. Gladstone's speeches alone occupy more spat.':
in the nevw.papprs than tfiose of all the o.Lher candi-
dates tog':iher. Thus .ar his speeches fHllow t.ue
lines cf his previous uti'toaicPeS on qunslions of p.>
licy, the cnly remnailka! h develrinp'ent being a hbit
ter denunciations' of -.u l ia ina Liz first speech au
Edinburgh. A.. Vienna co,-teq.ondent reported tLi'.
the Emperor of AuOiia bhrd told Sir H-.enry G. El-
liot, Eritl-h A.rnba-sador at, Vie-ni (Lr at, as Mr,.
SGladstone d1;spfirove1d of Au:str.ia's fretin policy.
the Empn;-ior hope,.d Loid Bencor.nsfic Id. wound i.? Cu.-
cessful in the coning elections.. Mr. G:XAtonc
S after repewling lthi- slatntment, said if tir e l.ect:iR
approved of A atr "a's for ign policy he o would advise,
S thn-; t,- vote for the rei.te ti.-;o c. Lord BL. r.ousGildu
Ministry. Austria, he said, has ever t 'bc- en the urn-
flinchiug enemy of fredo,:,m in evr:oy 'oUunn y ol Eu-
rope, and there is not a sput c-n the whole rnap,.
one coul.= liace his finger and say '-ite A Ir';
did good," with much more io t,: aI;:- ,pu[:.'-v.P
Right Hon. John Bright, speaking iat ir'.i',, .'-.
yesterday, said : '- We are at thbi:s or. uit w iie-'
ing the dying hours cf the worst oi a'u- ? u ',: li. "
ments and behuol-ing the -pe.,cltic' 'of t wti,"n ai-
lministraiions brought up forjulgneiI.."t, Th Cu.
servatives conduct the campaign t-iore qie.,t bui
eveqy doubtful seat \ ill be contese-I tot. 1.z t.-itier

LoN:oN, March "22, 11-15 A. M.-The Oxford
cr:vew, os was expected, won the re.ce. The cou, c
was the one usually rowed on the Thames, that is
from Pulney to Mortlake, a distance of four miles
and a quarter.
PuT;E.r, Ma-ch 22, 11-15 A. M.-The Oxford
crew wert the fist L-t paddle to bte pnint
arad, having pr.-viously won the toss for pj)aitioa
took the Middlesex side of the river. Two minute;

after the 'boats bad reached the starting point a
magnificent, start was effected at the rate of foity
strokes per minute. For some yards the boats
continued level, but the Cambridge crew, rowing a
quicker str .ke, drew ahead and were leading by a
quarter of a length when last. sen from this point.
When tle boats rounded Craven Point, six fur.
longs hfom the start, and came in sight of Ham-
meismith the Cambridge 'crew were still ?leading,
but so slightly that the lead was almost impercep-
t.ible until thbe beats w,.re actually opposite the per-
son wotehitg (thie( from the hank of the river.
Just before reaching' Hammersmith Bridge Oxford
mnde a grand effrott and rapidly drew up When
the boats paused under the bridge, a mile further on.
thle Cambi idge cre-w were only leading by a quarter
of a length. The excitement was intense and there
was great shouting of "Cambridge wing," Ilam-
rnerswitL Pilidge I.Ainc generally regarded as the
critical point of tbP race.
'he Oxkc.rd crew passed the Bull's Head Hotel
At Barnes, six furlongs from the finish, at 10-5-3
o'clock, at least three lengths ahead. They then
quickened their speed and pulled further away
from lie Cambridge crow, passing under Barnes
Bidge, about ihree--qunarlers of a furlong further
,:on, at 10-.55 o'clock. The Oxford crew were greet-
ed with gieat enthusiasm l.y the crowds along the
larnks of the river from this point to Mortlake.
The C;ml:bridge crew did not seem able subsequent-
ly to decrease the load of the Oxfords.
LONDON, Maich 22, 11-30 A. M.-The race is re-
markable as one of' a few instances in which the
boat first under Hammersmith Bridge has been
defeated. The rough water and greater force of
wind in Corney Ri-ach doubtless gave the Oxford
crew advantage, as their style of rowing was more
suitable to cope with them. The start took place
at 10-38 o'clock. The latest report from Mortlake
is that the Oxford crew passed the judges' boat two
and one-half or three lengths ahead.
LONDON, March 22, 12 noon.-The Oxford crew
won the boat race easily by 3z- lengths in 21 rain.
anil 23 ee. The .ime of the finish was 1 minute
past 11. The Cambridge crew started at the rate
of 40 strokes per minute and the Oxford crew at
87 or 39 strokes.

LONDON, March 17.-At a meeting of the Nation-
al Land League in Dublin yesterday a letter from
Mi. ''bas. S. Parnell was rend, dated Des Moines,
Iowa, March 1, in which he says: ,The general
verdict of opinion throughout the Union
is overwhelmingly in favor of a radical change in
the Irish land syN~r-m. We shall leave behind us
in America a permanent organization, in connec-
tion with the Land L,:agne, and prepared to sup-
prat it financially and morally to any extent we
tmay require, as such an awkening has come upon
our exiled countrymen here as is impossible for
those who have not witnessed it to imagine."
I'iolent Language of an Irish Agitator.-LONDoN,
March 22.-The Times's report of the banquet given
to Mr. Parnell by the Cork Farmers' Club last
right states that, Mr. Biggar, in his reply to the
tonat, "The Irish Parliamentary Party," said they
hbad seen what Hartmann had done in Russia, and
if the constitutional course they were at present
pursuing in Parliament. failed in its object, he
thought Ireland might be able to produce another
Hartmann, and probably with better results.
THE IRISH DisTKss.-DuLirX, March 17.-The
Mansion House Relief Committee announce having
received the sum of 355 from the New York Re-
lief Committee and 100 from Burlington, Iowa.
A letter was read from Bishop Logue, chairman of
the Donegal Cent!'ral Relief Committee, asking fur-
ther aid, and stating that there are 73,000 indivi-
duals3 in Dcneral needing relief. Bishop Logue
says that the distress is increasing and that it will
not decrease until August. A grant of 2,000 was
made for Donegal. A letter was read from Sir
Michael Hicks-Beach, the Colonial Secretary, sta-
ting that the grant of $100,000 voted by the Cana-
dian Government had I.;en leit to him to decide
it',: wu, it would be applied with the stipulation
that it should not be expended so as to deprive its
recipients' : the ri,:ht of franchise. The Colonial
Scref.try proposes to hanid the amount of the grant
to a commitire of thrse members of the Mansi..n
House Relief C(mraittee and three members of the
Duchess of Marlborough's Relief Committee andi
suggest-. that it Ie applied in r productive works,
such as provi.ling bo.s, nets, &'., for fishing pur-
poses. The Committee have resolved to accept the
offer, and appointed the Lord Mayor of Dublin one
of the three mrueml.ers to re-proeent the Committe
and asked him to nominate the other two. be
Lord Mayor said h.. felt that no alternative waS o01-
fered Although the committee were oi opinion
that all the miney that c-ul,1 be had would te
needed for the [ipuirciase of !-..od, fu 1 and clothing,
yet, inasmuch as this niouey would be spent in
wages uised;itely, it, would indirccily purchase
food, eic.
Iri.h .De'sti/uion.-LNDON, March 22.--T,
Duehes_ of Ma3lhrrrou'li has wiitt-en a letter to lith
Lord ,i,,, of. L:'.d.',-,. iini g linhat there is [noi,
no fear cf famine in Ireland, '.ut that there is
dire destitutiou in the mounr;.inous :arts, "lrd on
the seacoa'st th.r is gle-.t nried of clothing on .

Disorde'rs a, D,1 *;2,,.'-'-".,/. y pae'.; R.,'sot-i- T e
Si lnati:, in ..! 1t.,1. isl-in.,
L~.DON, Msrch 2-4.--: dosi'.a'h from Viern .
wVays : Prince Ahiexai,'ei, of E ilarin. will arrivr
at Sofia on the 2tth inst. -le ill not i0n the po-
litical or social coa',i ;i.' -,f h'.l P i i iCii,--2 y ira-

iprovd. Th'e ci-' c 'ous i a.l :' i .:n overwheltmidng
victory for :..h' Ralical p rty, w'.' -e dernam-,i; led
to tlbe recent dia-.:,liu:cn .r !bh A.\eunl-ly. Tih.-y
in.y not be d-Ip.'~e.?d to comproraiio, andl a cu:inge
of the Cconstituti: n c-ar. (n i;, he tl',ct.d t.v a Coupl
d'..a, which wv :nild 1,. a dat -iig ju xhs .u :.
i. The Eastern .. rtion ., Di;, bt-.i ar. Varen'
S iandl Rus,c:uk, and th-:- i;-.'ti rn s-lrr -' s f the B.l-,a.rc infested by L rndL. of ro.bheis, who will be
W .iwake.c i into fUSih :tivib,- vith tL.:- cour ing Spring
no. i ,ive m:uch trou'hil ti.) i t,, G v.-:n ent."
l d .ii eb fro.t: '. t' iT i e to R[ te.'ntelr i, '
.tram oun:any s.a : ." .he ,ou paid tile
, Greek ri?'ands for Co!.. y; ng '-. ransom is .12,0,.'..
SCo. Synge is unmar, ied, tnd id.o steaienut that
his 'v. tad bcen calpured v. it'h biti whs, -.' course.
untutil U."
,"Conc-: Li',g he repen.r io. T '.r.T siaun t.i. a the
Ar.'g.:.n rc-giimeats it h:.i u L vO-'.' ff. o t he authloriy ol
the Guo-eror, a es, a! fri.',: Laote says : TL'L
tr i Jt!Ialla riabad w er r,, .e to flad'aneu oni
( andal:nl: by forcutd latl.i 'L ie's, ini con..qunce of r
'ep fait lof ihe h stile attinii'e ,st tlh-e :outhtrnl Ghlil.
S z.s, .-'. d-seirt r,'orts that. ,holm Hyder, (Gol '-
e. ro of A.\gha TtilTlist:, son; tIre.?e leviments
wiih si.? uns, t.,';a;'t Ball.i t.,oppo-e Abdul Rah.
tn,". K.., but. they we'rnt ov'.et bodily to- Abdu
:ihnman, or:d (holtoa i-lplder h:.- flhd, but it is not
knoan 'vwhiter."'
.M!r. lad't! A.,. tria,.-LONDON'
?larch 2:3.-.A a Cois.-,va'izy m'weetinc; held ii
Hackney to-day Sicr .aDffrd Nuirtbcote severely
Sc,.,odemaned Mr. Glads-,.ue lor i.-ing offuunsive Ian.
giage torwartd Austria. He "c:-I a dispatch frou:
si r G. H. Elliot. tlha t i .ili"ii A iA F s:. d(.,,' or at Viiai.
no, dated yesterday, :!.i.t: i-r" BEa on Yu i-ia.
metl.', M inti.tcr of Fo ilgin .''.flfair-, de-ires ,o di....
I avow the language .,'t:ribttcd toj the Emperor 1i,
,6Mr Giad:-tone. [Mr. G li,iliione, in a r.:ce;s epeeci:
said tbe Emipeor ha-l called hiln a pestilent fellow.
SThe ee: ing was very iuprorious, O;' ing to the pre

sence of a number of Liberals. Sir Stafford North-
cote was obliged to bring his speech to a speedy
close on account of Ihe disturbance.
RUSSIA.-Thc War wit/' the Nihilits.-LoNDON,
March 23.-A dispatch Irorn St.. PeLersburg to Reu-
ter's Telegram Company says: "The most stringent
measures are being adopted ngainit the Nihilists.
A laige number of sulpe .ell person have been ar-
rested, and the police make frequent visits."
ST. PETERSBURG, March 23.-Sentences of death
passed on the political prisoners at Kieff have been
cormmuted in the case of two prisoners to hard la-
bor. Two others are to be executed.
Isolated Russia.-The it. Petersburg Herald re-
ports the new arrangements made for the safety of
the Winter Palace. For each floor five officers of
the Imperial Guard have been appointed. They
mrnst know every servant on each storey, and are
instructed to band over to the police all strangers
entering the palace -whose business is unknown.
The Journal de St. Petersburg commenting on the
Hartmann affair says,-"If the French govera.
ment wishes to renounce all established precedents
of extradition and create a new procedure it is cer-
tainly, in the absence of aay treaty, master of the
situation ; but it would only have been just to ad-
vise the government with which it was. in negotia-
tion of the fact." A despatch from Berlin to
tae Times says :-" Prince Orloff has in general and
diplomatic society, while sojourning here, been dis-
creetly silent on the subject of his retirement from
the Russian Ambassadorship at Paris. A des-
pntch'-from Berlin to the Times says-" The Czar's
speech at the dinner in honot of Emperor Wil-
liam's birthday has produced a veryltavorable im-
pression here. It is nevertheless firmly believed in
well informed circles that such alarmist articles as
that which recently appeared in the North German
Gazette will be repeated from time to time until
Prince Gortschakoff and Count. Milutine are relieved
of the functions of the Russian Chancellery and the
Ministry of War."
The Golos, of St. Petersburg, states that fears
are entertained for the safety of Prejevalsky, the
Russian explorer in Central Asia, from various re-
ports that have come to hand concerning him.
These fears originated in a letter received at the
German Embassy at Pekin. from Ibe Hunnrarian
explorer, Couant, cheiyi, woO ioilowedl Prejevai-
sky's route as far as the border of Thibet, saying
that he intended to return. rot wishing to share
Projevalsky's fa.e. It is alko reported at St. Pe-
tersburg that one of Piejevalskv's guides has reach-
ed Russian Turkistan, and sy.vs that while he was
sea-cbing for a road which lal been lost, Prejeval-
sky and his comrades disai|peared, and that he (the
guide) was obliged to turn t,.-cl;. A correspondent
at St. Petersburg says: "I have reason to know
that the gravest apprehensions are entertained for
the lives of Prejevalsky and bis companions."
LONDOw, March 24, 1SSO.-Vienna despatches
announce that Russia is seeking alliances with
Japan against China. Li Hung Chang, the Tient-
sin Viceroy, has received $2,60(i:),I_00 from the Pe-
kin government to purchase eight gunboats in
England or in the United States to defend the
coasts against the possible attacks of Rus.-ia. Rus-
sia is meanwhile organizing the native tribes in
the vicinity of Kuldja for the d~fence of that pl!ce
against China. A despatch fror St. Petersburg to
the Globe says that the Czar has sent costly pres-
ents and an autograph letter to the Emir of Bokha-
ra, thanking him for his offer to co-operate with
General Kauffmann in the event of the Chinese in-
vading Kuldja.
LONDON, March 23.-At Westminster yesterday
the Admiialty Division of the High Court of Jus-
tice, consisting of Right Hon. ':-ir James Hannen
and Right Hon. Robert James Phillimore, jud-
ges, and the Trinity Masteis, on an apjleal of Cap-
lain Jones, who was in command of the steamer
Atizona at the time she ran in:o an Iceberg, from
thejudgment of the Court ,f inquiry which sus-
pended the certificates .;f him-iel and the second
mate for six months, una imouriy decided that, the
casualty was caused Ly te loIokut inen delibera-
ting before they reported what they look to be a
cloud, as they saw it an apprcchuble iriie before the
mate diid. The (Court, therefore ordered that the
captain's certificate be r:turne i to him.
---- .,. _-
Tom Hood once said that the most successful ex-
pedition to the North Pole could only hope to come
to a stick in the ice. The most recent attempt to
organise an Arctic expedition has come to a stick at
the Mansion House. The story is a touching one.
We will recite it. Capt. Cheyneu- is a retired com-
mander in the Royal Navy. Like Captain Bedford
Pimn and many others-ouseilves iu the rrntuber-he
would like (figuratively) to see the Union Jack the
first flag nailed to the Norlh Pole. To secure this
glory he would despatch a balloon fleet to the frozen
sea Thirty thousand pounds sterling are necessary
to put the undertaking on its teer. If the British
public will contribute this hum we are to'd that the
scheme canu soon be brought to reei'satiun. Various
people, more or lesskuown, have wished the Captain
*.uccess. Most of them, however, forgot to enclose
cheques. Fifty-uine committees and fourteen
mayors are not unfavourable to the entrpri.=e, but
their sympathies are nt .:iuffi.cie'tly marketdble ia
Lombard street to aecur, th- des-'ed oufit.. Neither
is gallant Admiral Key prp?..:ed to loau RI. M. S.
Di','inesy, aud the .urpiui store of theNare.s' Expe-
dition; and a well-equipped -hip iteee-sary for the
conveyance of the explorets aud their balloons to
within three cr four hunidrd miles of the coveted

Pole. Mr. Cheyne has, therefore, appeared at the
Man-sin House with a dee:utation ecking the co-
operation of the civic head o' Lo.d.:.'. Ciuada is
enamoured of the balio,, idea, aud its Minisier of
Fianuce significantly hints thIa'. if iuudss are not, forth-
co coming i England, his Dorminionu ill perhaps a.'sist
withb the needtul. The orgm'ators ci the expe'itioa
prefer, however, to look fi.4t at. L':me, co.fideutly
believing that. their North :-titude balooigd ileta
ar- of ufficient practiabi.lity t,:o ufliL'iee fifteen
bousaund pounded w'ortb of Ed.ish .,'n.'.ith'by. Per-
hp.' Czipltiun Cheyn''s cxpecait'orn. a \ be realized,
but we have our doubts. T0h, demands on the Brit-
ih pui'se are earvy just at present. for local needs,
and Arctic expeditions hitiL:r li hav.e be, a too ruit-
' less to iuC!ue us to the belet thrat. ueL enthusiasm
cani created in f:Iavor of a :nv movement with no
o th.-i im t!hu the discovery of an intangible geo-
graphical Mccrel','e Ga:ctv.


T"a Pl-ntraph h a. a'iy :.'eiCid to the fact
, that to gFtnutemen 1ror; Man6e h. I,.cnL making a
S se.ia h at. Dwight for varii;.le [. *e- s pupi)o-sed to
SI ei ,, bLe Io iied at thecein-i..: fl tri e. '1'b"-' arrived
t in !i-icht on the 13th, and were in the old
ca etery ;.r a tieasure-box said to have been buried
't~e -.ev'n yeny, ;go by a Swedish adventurer.
A L.-i lfout h:ou s' seai ch the box was found, buried at
it i,,t :f a-, ,.rt,-'in ;rav.-, : d under a hard maple
. :-s, v hit.-, Lid marks aud ~ures cut deep within
S!e..!. IUe boX colti.iL.'ed tLO villtfo oneLdard
- IFr e.e t.:ds to about $:,00'' or 1i o. property near
li -:.u, Li N.Y., and ue.rly .-,'2,0j)00 mounoy iend
- j;. i'. it. it raid thbt Frie e Las relations living
S,:e I..;la.dl Me., anru oL i. death bei made a
, at..e.. at Ltha h. had bur'l-d. tLh bo: in the cerne-
tl tv iu:ar Dwight, where at une Utime he lived nearly
- ,Lr monthS.

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