Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00015
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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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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Drainat ie Pe0rformances
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Of th-o- Gairiso,
Under the patronlag, otf His Excellency
THE GOVERNOR AN!D LA.)Y LAFFAN,
ON

Tuesday &\ Wednesday,
The 13th and 14th April,
When will be produced the following" :
The Original Comedy in 3 Acts, by T. W. Ro-
BEPTSON. Esq.,
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To be followed on Tutesday, th-e 1'th April, l.vy
the Comnidy, in one A,.t. Ly H. T. RT.A-
VEN, Esq..
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Anwld on Wedlne1:-:day:. itl 14th Apri!, iy th.:-
Cour'ly in oia- At, t L)y .:;iPLEY p',OOjKS,
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Anything t for a. Qhnl e.

By kind permission of Lt.-C'.,l. Wal:r :,".'
Offie-rs of the Re, Lt.. ti', B:-iid of the ',!thl,.
(Duke of Ed inlbur.'sl".) Rep-'t., will .r 'ti,,.
Pro ra-inii-iis ;nd Ti-c'k-.t.. to 1w al'tained .t at
the Royal Gaz.It':" Stationery Sta,-l, whi:'-
l..liins of the 'Th .-itre miay..-i ::'' :._.-n.


PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle 2/: Peseivvd ,Se ats 1J ; Pit 1 :
Gallery 6.,
Doors open it A7;30. P.r ioit~in)m :-;a t A o'clh,'-k.
Carriar_.'n_.<. 11 .i.
Stnage 2,lIanaig:'r, CAT.T. PUZEY. R. E.
JOHN HI. PA,NDJALL,

30th L March, lS.L-

It is a curious comi-nentary on lhe howl we have
been listening toI fri-mi ti.' Op.:'o il.ion pre-s, alibout
Ihe reel.h De neFp. s'i-.:r'; a;1;c :.l,: d l' t 'prr.duc .1
crimes of ihe u.i~ '..it I~,:y sloutiil .? fro.'tu1
reducing the expendiliur. i;i the first your of their
power, by nearly fire mill;o. \V'iith (be Local
Government i s eovince tlb Pov g thle Pro-
vince with $200,''000 a y.ir le-: ih n their proIleces-
s. ors, and the Dominion '3ovei welnui ;:onre nin0 tl.he
Dominion with $5,000,000 a yearC less than their
predecessors, it is.about lime that our GCit friends
changed their cry somewhat.-JIal.


St. Georqe's0- Hotel.,


ST. GEORGE'S, BEnMUITA.


M. KEA',NE L.L Y,


-- Proprietor.


LADIES and GENTLEMEN visiting, St.
George's will find Superior accoOnmuodation
at this Hotel.
The Proprietor of the above Establishment
having sixteen years' experience f-els confident
to give satisfaction to those who may 1patron-
ize him.
He would particularly call the attention of
the Guests of the Hamilton Hotel to this ad-
vertisement.
St. George's, 6th April, 1880.-2

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TpHE UNDERSIGN ED having muadee efic;e:,it
arrangements for (.UNI' N SEF'.i'O f-r tihe
Crop of (' 181, mn d having yet. n I1.v Iolilles to
be enrolled for, Parties vi,!i, g to givt ini their,
Names will please e.ill at his-, Store ; o iiil ia:o
bes to say thai he hbisa list opened at t1c
Store of ED. I'OLI'F, l.sqr., St. (Ju r.,f.-', t1o
has kindly v.lunitecio! to t..- Ine Nimes of'
those who wound anddIress themselves to hi,'.
R. F. C OPE .
Reid Street, ~WeAt. ,
Iiauilion, April 6, 1S '0. "


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JOSEPHUS PER1INCHIEF.


Hamillon, Jpril 13, 1SSO.

Court of General Assize.

EASTERN TERM.
The Honorable JosIAn REES, Chief Justtiee, an-1 tir-
Honorables EiTGENIts HARVEY and JAMES H.
TlartmNoH., Astistant Justices, presiding.
The following Indictments weie laid before tlo
Grand Jury by S. BLOWNLOW GrAY, Esqr., Att'.r-
ney General :-
The Queen vs. Win. Wood. Laiceny. True Bill,
Tried and found not guilty.
The Queen vs. John lPascoe. Uunatur:dl Crime.
True Bill. Tried and found guilty. Suent-ede1
to 6 months imprisonmeCLt in 't. George' Gauol
*ith hard labour.
The Civil Session of tlhe Coutt will assemble on
Monday, the 19th April, at 10 o'clock.

CUSTOM 11OUSE-1IAMILTON.
ENTERED.
April 6-Schr. Alpha. Salisbury, Buekport, Maine;
box ends to S. S. Ingham.
7-Schr. Mary S. Lunt, Lee, Demeara; sugar and
rum to S. S. Ingham.
Schr. Glance, Coull, London ; goods for imrrehnnts and
government stores.-Agents, N. T. Butterfield k&
Son.
Brig Clyde, McLaren, London ; goods for imer.:hanti
and government stores.-Agent, T. F. J. Tucker.
12-Mail Steamer Bermuda, Wilson, New York ; as-
sorted eargo.-Agnts Trolltt & Cox.
CLEARED.
April 7-Schr. Havelock, Dickson, Boston ; l,7i.7 bls.
potatoes, 1,829 boxes tomatoes.
Schr. Meteor, Dunscombe, Barbadlos ; 1:3 bls. potatoes,
1,057 boxes onions.
10-Schr. Mary S. Lunt, Lee, New York ; 3,127 boxes
onions, 82A bls. potatoes, 3:3: boxes tomatoes.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
April 5--R. M. S. Beta, Shaw. Jamaica ; Mails ; v.uar,
pines, cucoanuts, lemons, &c.-Agent, J. M. Hay-
ward.
6-Dutch Brig Hallegond i, DeBoer, Port Elizabeth ;
in distress ; 761 bales wool, and :'0 bundles skins.-
Agents. \V. C. ivyland & Co.
9-Ship Balkamah (1Br.). from New York for Calcutta,
48,1(h0 eases kerosene il..witih loss of main-topmast,
fore-toppgallninmast. and other spais, sails and risr-
ging gone. Had to throw overboard about 3,(i0)
cases oil during the vovage.-Agent, J. S. Darrell.
CLEARED.
April 5---R. M. S. Beta. Shaw, Halifax; onions and
tomato oes.
The sechr. "Kit Carson," 5 days from Norfolk, Va.,
with firewood, arrived last evening to A. R. Thomplson,
PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
In the Mail Steanier Benrmudla. from New York. on
Sunday, 11th inst :-l{ev. C. Walworth and Miss VWal-
worth," Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nichols, and Miss NiehiAls,
Mr. -'nd Mrs. A. E. (Outerbrid'ze. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Hunt, Mr. Van Winkle and daurhter.r. r. and Mrs..
C. Henri, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Curtis, Miss Brie.rs,
Miss Newell. Captain Briggs, Captain D'C'oster,
Messrs. R. M. Johlnson, C. B. Willis. W.'HI. Hurhes,
A. W. Parson and son. T. J. Oulerbridge. H. P. Balid-
win, F. B. Lilley. A. Steenegraffe, J. W. Watson, C.
D. Sheldon, H. St. G. Tucker, F. W. Pardee. William
Perkins. W. Perkins, W. P. Zutll, M. Howe. E. S. Day.,
H. T. Godet and son, H. 1. Campbell, J. B. Bremner,
and L. F. Tha3er.-'2'd Cabin, Mr. and Mrs. II. Recht,
and child, Mrs. Mever, Mrs. Avery, Mrs. Troll, and T.
S. Mitchell.
PASSENGERS SAILED.
In the Schr. Meteor, for Barbado,--Thomias 3M.
Jones, Esqr.
The Brig Halleyohda, Capt. DeBo.-r, from Port
Elizabeth, arrived at St. eorge's o"in le 7th inst..
bound to Boston, with wool, leaking badly, and ve.'sel
much strained, and othieiwise damaged in spais tind
sails. Is discharging eCIgo.-Agernts, W. C. Hyland
&Co.
The Britili ship Balcamah," .140 tons, Captain
Studiford, 25 days from Now York, bound to Calcutta,
with a carao of petroleum in cases, anchored in Five
Fathom Hole. on Friday last ; with loss of all spais.
(except groundmnsts), sails, rigging. &e., decks swept.
Capt. reports, experienced a hurricane on the 20lth ult.,
during wlich the ship was, whilst lying to, hove on her
beam ends. Was obliged to cut away spars to save
ship and cargo. Will repair and proceed with dispatch.
-Agent, J. S. Darrell.
Thlie Italian steamer MJarsal,. frmn Palermo, for
New York, with fruit. &e., was thfallen in with, in lat.
35"11, long. 59-38. It was supposed he would try for
Bermuda.
The Eliza Barss," hence at New York on the 2nd
inst., and the Excelsior,' on the .7.th. The "Barss, "
was to leave on the 7th, at d lthe E. to-day.
The Barq,'e Sir' G. F. S&ym,.ir wis to leave London
for Bermuda on 5th inst.
The Steamer Hadji, being fully laden wa, reported
by cable received at New Yoik, prior to thie departure
of the S. S. iernmruda for this port, as about to leave
Porto Rico directly tor New York. bhlie will nm.t call at,
Bernu d a.
The St'amer Canima, may he expected to call at
Bermuda from thlie Windwa ril I'land-, hourly
The Steamner lMuriel, was reported as positlively to
leave New York for Bermuda, on Thursday, the lliat
April, 180.
H. M. 8. Plover, Commander H. B. Stewart, arrivecl
on Thursday morning last from Nassau, N.P., on
rntle for England.
We have to thank Lieul. H. Cope. H. M. S. PiQce,
for a couple of Nassau papers of thle 27th ultimo.


H. M.Troopship Thnar, Capt. Liddell, from Bar-
badoR, arrived on the 9th in.-t., and left on the llti fior
England.
The following Naval Officers embarked here for pas-
sage to England :-Lieut. M. S. Bryin (late of Boxer)
Sub.-Lieuts. C. McCrea and E. F. Ingletield. Asst.
Pau master Henry Dawson, Lieut, ., H. S. Stokes anad
Gunner James Fuze.
We understand that H. M. S. Bacchante, with
the Princes will leave to-day for England.

PORTSMOUTH, March 13.-The IIimialama, t.:(.l,
ship, Capt. H. %W. Brent, amrivtd in harbur t.o-day
from Bermuda and Gibraltar with the 20th C(',.-
puny of loyal Engineers, the 71st Regiment, ",n.I
a few invalids and time-expired men.--['he iH.
arrived at Gibraltar from Bermuda on the 5th
March.]
Mr. E. F. Inglefit.i. (a son l the .- Lte Comnmand-
er-in.Chiel on this Slation) baving passed a highly
creditable examination for the rank of Lieuien tnt


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THEIR '1YA.L HIIGHNESSES PRINCE
EDWARD AND PRINCE GEORGE OF
WALESS, IN BERMUDA.
MoNIAmY, 5th April.-Thieir Royal Highuelsscs
vi-ited the North Raock with Hiis Excellency the
Governor uand the Admir.d. Lady La'ffan, Lady
McCliutock aand Mii,- Dunlop anl s-everal naval
officer'., were l.-o of th:e party.
TUESDAYr,, t;th April.-Thleir RPyal Highnesses
were shown over the Dockyard and Floating Dock
by Captain Mor:'sby.
'rVEDNErm'AY, ,7th Ai',ril.-Captain Lord Charles
Scott, entertainment at liinchenu on board IH. M. S.
BLicchante, His- Ex..ell.ency the Governor and Ad-
mirral and their parties. Their Royal Highnesses
were present at the lunc+h..
T'I'tunstr Sth April.-Tihtir Royal Hiqhnes.-es
cribarked on board the gviu.,oat, where they -were
joined by the Admir.al! and the Governor and their
parties. They proceeded in the gunboat as far as
thle old Ferry. were thliey left the Viper, and went
on iu the sta.im pinna,-es to Joyere's Dock. After
having visited tho large.- ,-ave, they re-embarked
Ior S. r Ge.,.'.e'-, where they walked up to., Fort
'I 'iiig'hiaii. .-hi.un.-, they 'itues.edlan explosion ,af
ri o.-i., in ti-e entrance to St. Ga',orgc's Harbour.
'Tiey then were s-i,'.,wu round the fort. Before re-
t ma arking to return to the Viper they took tea at
th,:. M.e.^ uf the 1lth 1- :.; t.
Fmlr.AY, thi Aptiil.-Tlheir RIoyal Hii,.hnescs ac.--
a onipaliUb.d by C.I t. Lord Charl'es Scott and Mr.
:a iit .n l .d 'l at ('hitrenu,--' H ill in the afternoon
ratI.l ode with lHi E1':'-ehllney thlie Gov'-rnor. first
to Pr,.isiec't whlertc they paid a visit to the Officers
Otf the i9lth RPgiment and .,aw several of the tro-
plhie.-, from Zilulhaud brouglit Ihom by the Regi-
niont, and iin wLieah the,:y took great interest. They
thea role on to the in-eet of the Bernimudia Huut at
the Fl'itts and after seeing' the throw off, role along
thie North ishire road to Mount Lnngton, where
they arrived in time t.) witness the Fiuish. Their
Royal Iighiaesses remained at the dance which fol-
lowel till S o',i:,,-:k, -when they went to Clarence
Ilill. w.'eare they prassel tho night.
S.m'tr.aAy, loith April.-Hi., Royal Highness
Pliiice Edwardw accompanied by Mr. Dalton alliedd
Ou Hi.-. E-elIlnev the Governor in the ftiennou.
In trhe aft-.rioou Thei r Royal Highnesses v. ere pie-
?ent at Lad,- McC'lintock AT HOME.."
Mcoa.iY, "April 12.-His Royal Higlhness Prince
-Ldwa.i Laid the Foundlation Stone of the intendeal
Sail:t'rs and AlariLi?:es Home at Ireland Island. His
Excelleticv thle :(4-,vrn.or, Admhal M .Clintcak anud
their p".ties, His Lordship the Bishop of Ncw-
founidland and B-inmuida, and a viry large Mnuber
of Lail-,:.- and Of.l.er.s of thle Armiy and Navy, .nal
(.'ivilian-. weic present.

Ir Those who lave, during the last two or tbreo
months, attended thle services iu St. Paul's Church,
Paget, or passed along the roads in that direction,
will have observed that a. very great improvement
ha.s been made in the eastern approach to tlhe
Church; and also that an extensive piece of land,
adjoining' th, oAld Churchyard, has be-nf nearly en-
ehlo-d, and ha:nds-niely laid out. under the superiu-
te-ulnce of Mr. Pillin'-. This ha-i been done at thel
sole charge of a Parishioner who is well and de-
servedly known throughout Bermuda for his un-
bouunled liberality, to whom the Church in Paget
is deeply indebted for many generous and most,
valuable contributions, and who is now about to
present this property to the Church as a freewill
offering.
Many of our readers will be interested to learn
that the Lord Bishop of Newfoundland and Ber-
muda lhas promised to Consecrate this piece ofc
land as a Burial Ground in the afternoon of to-
morrow, Wednesday, the 14th inst.
The service will commence in the Parish Church
at four o'clock; to be followed by a sermon by the
Bishop, and immediately after this the Consecra-
tion will take place.
We are requested to state that all will be wel-
come who may desire to take part in a service of
somewhat infrequent occurrence in these Islands.

AT HOMES.
On Wednesday last. the 99th Officers hospitably
entertained their friends at the Theatre Royal, Pros-
pect, where the accommodations were enl rged by
extensive tents neatly arranged. The Governor,
Lady and Miss Laffan, the Admiral, Lady Me-
Clintock and Miss Dunlop, and a large number of
Officers and civilians were present.
On Friday the Hunt Fiaished at Mount Lang-
ton, and Lady Lraffan graci,;usly received a large
number of guests from the Royal Princes down to
modest Commoners. '1 he procession from the
Grounds to the Verandah was an interesting sight
anad only lacked a display of colours to be mar-
lially implessive. The Diniug Room was swept
and garnished for dancing, the Drawing Room had
no devotees, lor the Princes moved in the Dining
u&oom and its vicinity and round them clustered
popular thoughts and feelings.
Oa Saturday, Lady MeClintock received at Clar-
ance Hill and on this last public appearance of the
Grandson of Her Majesty, the interest was unabat-
ed, and the afternoon passed off deligbhtully.
S ry \W'e have much pleasure in directing attention
tao the ircularLetter, with Financial Statement ap-
Pended, addressed to us by Mr'. W. R. ltiginbothoiur
Secreetary of th.: Building Committee for tlhe new
Parish Church at St. Getor.e's. The Publie will
feel -ratified with the information affordedl them,
and will discover that at length there is an earnet-
nes of effort to complete thIe new Parish Church
in the town of St. Georges, where building opera-
tious have, ftromn an unfortunate series of umisunder'r-


s-taundtgs, beeu in abeyance. 'When the Parishion-
ers .ho,' thalit they are determined to help them-
.,eli s totla: rittan .t, thell-y strike a kecy wlhir-h will
brit.-g to their aid external assistance. As i mailer
of simple justice the Legislative grant should be
e-votetd. \\ ith tlie enildorstrment of Hiis L.),orc.hip
tlOe irho., Nevwfouudland, the Committoe will
not, we f'-el -ure, ippeail inu vain.

THE BERMUDA. HUNT.
On Fida -v last, the .th, instant, there was the
l]:a::e:t meet of the above Hunt that we have seen
fur many a long day, it being well known that
their Royal Ilighn-.tse-s Prin.e Edward and Prince
George of Wales intended riding to the Flatts to
see the throw off.
Shortly after 3-30 their Royal Highnesses, ac-
coimpaniied by Hi-. Excelluney thle Governor, (Capt.
Lord Charlts Scott, Mr' Daltion aid the Master,
r, .-h. into tia little village, where a large number of
lidol s and several carriages had already assem bled.
After a little law given for late arii.'als the
M.I.,s.r, followed by .ime do.-.:eu riders, amount
wii-a weA wetv e ghlal io :,-ee tire e ladies, led thie way
alaig the lad pa.t Mr. VWuituevy'., where i1e ._.ceut
Lt'ik a turn to tle light and ac'ro:,ss the country to
Sniitl Chaurch. an," thou over a good line of couu-
try t the middle rnad, whi, hli ir- ; eros-, '' neI-ar'
\!i.;s Tucker's. Thenee skirtiug t lie Re'. G. Tuck-
CL'.., a fir.lA rvIte .;lhi.p along thie ,iIs by theI North
shore soon 1.: .,ichit. tli.em to ti Lk gn O ai nds it Mount.
Lau-tfon, mvhiii. wv',re enter -d in th e iisuial way,
and where a large assembly had collected to see
the t'nllsh and to -i ,i r. tl ...Ili-nas o.i.valr t at .tr i.-.ai


pouring water on it. Be instant in prayer, seek
GoDr's guidance anul it will be- granted you, let your
Bible become nifniliar to you, and out of it carve
maxims for your guidance. Holiness in what :ill
should l.:ad to. Holiness to the Lord-holiness their
becoming more and more like GOD, who is of purer
eyes than to behold iniquity. Realize this as the
end of all your discipline, and seek diligently to
1,e more iuonfornameda to the Divine pattern. Youa
have to-day li.en admitted to the full privileges of
membera- of the I'huinch of U(Fn,-land bl Contibiiaa-.
tion, and you sh 'mild esteem :triAd follow up tihe ,ll-
vmn ".'2-.s c'iou h:a" .'- .-- itel. "Y- ari nu:evw adi,.it-
ted to the- Holy Contnuni-iu, w'i-ie yoitu ,hl im.
ceive that: nt...:a-D r',;'y tr'ul-tih to ( .urv yoT n 1,11 \N.Otr
Sou0 rse. TLh al',' C'oitata: nil no. le.e-rved i,'j
the ,>..,l or the ..i.1, ii i fi r all, for' theas,.' f'h,. a re
'.arne-tly s,.:.-inL to le-,,l a raiorothnii tian life,
and to .Nuch the Holy Coinlmuiiion, iu r:I,'-.nibirtnce
of Christ's death and passion, shall be ev-r a s..iur:.-.
of fresh strength. I am gratified at seeing sO.
many young persons confirmed. Your Rector has
prayed for you, your Bishop has prayed for you,
this congregation, numbering many of your at-
tached friends, have prayed for you. GoD has been
gracious to you. Depart with the assurance of
1iis favour t'.nd goodness towards you.

TRINITY CHURCH.
Petlhapsa few rt-ruaim.s nmia pr,'ve of service to tlhe
Pew Ren tlrt, as regrita, tliho iieirinig to I b,- held a!t
'i ultI.ULI y at't-rra.' a. The P-w -erir t % haliav', in thlir
possessi.1ni a priii led e.:,py f 'th.- 1 '-" 1ultr ofa' Coitir.,itteo-
or thle Vesti. in hiieih tl!e Lishliiop L -.igns three rea-
sous as ,,taniding' in the wa.y ofu' btainini; a suitable
li ini.tleor.
'1st.- '[a h t aiiiillntess of hfI, Salar1.
nd.-Tli'h Iairtiiess of tho Te-'ta f'or w\hicii it is ol-
ftrud.
3rd.-'IT6 'tiltmis of tlhe Mii.-iister tinder tlie Trust
Devel.
The Pew Heiteis have taken ip lho 3ril point as the'
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THE BISHOl P i F :i;a: 'illRCtll OF ENG-
LAND IN BE!I'MUDA.
-n Sti,,-l:; morniiulj1:.-t HIis Lordalip" cros'ed
to,. Ileula d I-land, and prl .-a h-d on b- ,iir,l 11. A S.
Bauch,),tde, Capt-ain Lold c'hiarles S'-'tt,
Ol1 Suanday aifteri'uon His Lorll.dsip la-li ve.l au
appi>'plaiatre adalie-. to the iS'nuday Seho,,l chiailren
--beinug the l-t. Annivw-ersary of tle f.-st.aliih-
TiCant of tihe Pembr'jke Sunday School-in 'i'iinity
Church, where he also preachied in the even-
ing from T Peter III, 11, "'Seek peace and en-
site it."'' We all love lifo" and rightly so. life i-s~
talent committed to our care. The life referred to
is this presoa't life, but it may also be taken to refer
to all life, to that which is to come a.-, well as to this
present. The preacher expresseil his decided lack
of sympathy with those, who could find no pleasure
in this beautiful and happy world,who, either from
infirnmity or disin:lination, could not join in tihe
thanksgiving. for their creation. To many life is a
dreary waste both from its sorrows and mise-rieis,
and tile tremendous responsibilities of the hereafter.
Put the life, that now is, is only a section of the
great life to be lived. For he that will love life,
and see: good days," the climax is, "let him seek
peace and ensue it." If a man is at p,-ace with
GOD, lio is at, peace with his own conscien".:-, and
with the world. Find that peace then and you
shall discover at what cost your own peace has been
made with GOD. The difficulties of following out
peace are evident from the tenor of severall Scrip-
tures, If it be p...hsible, as much as lieth in you
live peaceably with all men." Follow peace %\ ith,
all mnii." Pride and tenaper are the great enemieri
of peace, as humility is its judi, ious promoter. You
are to seek after peace as something that may eludi
your gtrasp,vyou are to pu.sue it. 'Ith pre.aichi.r tru st
ed lie hLad sugestcid a few thoughts whiiih minight lb,
turneail t,, !on, account. Leai'iuc vi-ry sion fira a
brief hoa.n, ho cieriM.,Id tihe li.-pe that !-. people
woul. seek pence as a supirnmeo thiiug, rather loo.king.
to tlie niany points of icounuou agreement thlan
i>lrentifvi'r-! thelns.elvi-s within aJy reli-ii-ous ifac:tion,
and judiciously avoiding arg'umncitat ive disputation,
and the po4i ively pr.filtle-.s le!igiouri Niewspi-aper
discussirnis, which nevr y\'et wrioug:' t ,- ',"-1 foar any-
body. Cultivate peace by pursuing after it, as 'a
heavenly virtue and sati-tfy yourself that yoI !i,,iv
l'ft rnothingf und:i.ue towair.'-'" titat endl.
On the pr,.,iaus Suinay His Lk.nd-.hip ofi'.ita,'l
at St. (le.', 'e's il theli P:,l'iI Cliurlil in the aft.I'--
in-nou holding a (-'onfirniaition aitt tLhe' C('Ipl of Ea:.
St. David'us, confirmiuni '0 pti :..,ns. IOi Moiniay
confirmation was I.el, in thre Pani-.!a '!:u'eh .f St.
Petei', Sm. Gergi'gc'., when 31 c idat'-:. 7..-te coii-
firnted, the lt Rev. 1 :0. l'u.-,'- a' iiiJ .u i l.-,plin.
The fAollwi.j g' CornfilI.n:tiot S v.\''re hil. duliting tth-
w,'-ek : 'c'mbiok,-, int SI. John's Pritish i.'lur.h,
Tuesday, 4 p wi., when ll.' wt re ,onfirr.ail : Dl v-
onshire, Chniaats Pari-_.h C!ti'a:.N, 'Weu.:,ln yv, '-I p.
in., when 4iti were'' c,'oinrtne.:S Smith's. St. Mark's
Palish I'laur.hl, bmhurs'.day, 4 p.m., when i wc;re
confirmed. On W'edne-aely, :!st ult.. (-ounirmaritiu
was helix in Poit Royal, at, St. Anue s I'arii-.1l
Church, when were confirmed. C('infirmation.s-
:'ave yet to be lhldlin Sandy's Paiish and Hamiilton
Parish.

PEMBROKE PARISH.
On Tuesday aftrruoon last, Hi-.; LotC1ds]hip adiknie-
istered the rite of Confirm.ation in thle Parish church h
tc 11.5 Candidates, in the pir.--snee of a large con-
gregation. The Rev. J. C. L. Jones a,-eted as (Ch',plaiu.
Before calling on the Rector to read the Prefacie
to "the Order of Confirmation," the Bishop ad-
dressed the .andiJatcs, arr'angel'l in the blci.ks of
pews facing the rail, on the nature of the servi.--
they were about to eugarge in. He trustee! ? that,
from the instruction they had received, they were
fully aware of the duity they were enteringL on, and
that they woulil realize its scilemnity, Our help is
in the name of the Lord." Several hymns were
sung at the opening, closing, and duiriagu the ser-
vice. After the candidates had been ,everally pre-
sented to the Bishop, and the layinir0g on of hands
concluded, His L:jrdshiip addressed the persons
confirmed after this manner.
Although to-day you have seen no visible mani-
festation, yet believe that you, who have come in
humility (of soul to ratify your Baptismal vows and
to receive the blessing attending this service-, have
been vouchsafed the guidance of the Holy Spitit.
In Baptism what is bestowed in part is in Confirma-
tion wholly granted. Doubt uot that those of you,
who have approached in the spirit of prayer, have
been strengthened and refreshed. Hencefiurth stir
up that gift residing in you and you shall be
more than conquerors, not in your own power, for
the best of us are helpless, but with GoD on our
side what need we fear You have not seen to-day
the dove, nor heard the rushing mi-hty wind, bus
the Holy Spirit has been within us to-day, as it wat
with our Lord at the River Jordan or with the Dis-
ciples on the Day of Penteco,-t. You have come
anl atrnfirmed yaur Bapti-nial vows, and what is
even more important, you have been confirmed and
you have been strengthened by the puwor of GoD.
HIneeforth let your life exhibit that change iu you,
think of the battle of life with greater earnestness,
and gird yourself for the conflict. Look back ot
this day, as I trust many ofi ou will, as the turning
point in your life, when, with GOD'S blessing,
you undertook to 'serve, him more faithfully
T Thirdly-I learn to believe in Con the Holy
Ghost,iwho sanctifieth me and all the elect pa-opleo
of GoD." St. P-aul in hi., I.;ti.: says, Giieve notit
tile SpiL'it." Quen,:hL not the Spirit." Do not
let your sius glieve the Spirit that abhorreth all in-
iquity, du not, by wilful trans.ression, put the
Spirit from you, lik,: as one pitteth out a fir. by


accounts bo-an to look less healthy. The military
par ty are very largely allied wilh the Conservatives,
ani theie is a distrust of the military spirit, that it
m iy.grow too powerful and get beyond the control
of 'Pairliame.ntary checks and safeguards. The Al-
ghban and Zulu campaigns have been regarded
somewvhat in this spirit. Add to these causes the
impressions which Gladstone unquestionably made
on the humanitarian section of the community, on
matters arising out of the Eastern Question, and ii
will n,,t pIerhaps appear on this special analysis so
s rikiitg as oa first imlpres~ious, that the Coniise va-
I ;'- L'ivo itr.,: ,vith .. leve-rse of fortune. Li would
:.p i.j sup o.,e ij.ii. Iht i o u,jLl-: rve dictate the
6i'-ils -is0i..-t.c ii,'. .; ti!;ici;. with L ec'a i. field's
t ,.ii g etlliu. T'be public press, aid taio egeni:--
iai st. Qtiiuent o the country were too rmarkeid to be
,ni-stakAr a. I the time. Nor need Beaconsfield's
'-UpoTi'trirs be aitogetbt'r dismayed witb their rever-
,-,. I i. 0 laid.-: I nie.entimental campaign is ended,
an irritating, ar.i abroad a mistaken, estimate of
popular opinion in England will now be removed,
and the chances aie that, forced to follow in Bea.
conufielil's footsteps, the Liberal party will be kept
up to a vigorous Foreign poli y,under the keen op-
position inspection of the Conservatives, or, ina i
very short time, they may be forced to give way and
allow the Conservatives with greater energy than
ever to follow up the course they have inaugurated.
If Glaidstone steals Beaconsfi']d's thunder, depend
.n it il Europe'- will feel that there is no emptiness
iu lBi it~h Diplomacy. 'The common sense of Lag-
l.uand ill keep it compact, and guide it into sate
chanucls. There need be no unnecessary tlarm.

Mi. 'O"iiliam Yoaulig, 'Torpedo Gunrer of the
FlJag-sip Ncrthlamptou," died on Tuesday last.,
i v'd was buried with full militL.uy iionora in ihe
Naval Ceraetery, Iroland island, on the following
afternoon.

IRnATTrrM Tn thel <-,mnn ici-.ti".-.n A P.... -


Chu1 rcl l and b,,.iw,., H, (i,, I I,.r :,n,i l h- .M i inkfer of
Trinityv Churcih i.- ,l I e aeit led. It was thoughtli
d(-iralc to tran.:. fr.-m er o the Rectar to te Bidhop the
appint mnit ,it thi- inikter. and to ; eeure to the 13isli-
op %ha-i hr.i- ,the rlt.l ofpairticipating in any service,
mad il f proa-ln-iii, ,.,i -iuvit n-i t epa t. one day's not t .' to
th,' Njiitister i:f' hi- itntnion. These iristruetion4 were
yiven to a (;onainil:;,'e to draw up. fur approval. a Politi-
('it to the Legislatire. praying fr the requisite Legis-
lation. This Con:aittee reported their inability to do
so front the vac. ue.-iss of the inlsructions. If trie term
(.alt Et s, i ,:is .d it would setti1 to pelpltuate
the difticulties and, might defeat the ol.joet generally de-
sired. o mnal e Tiinity a Chapel with an assigned
dlistriet would disn.'niber Petiliroko Parish, whihii no
(,ite apparently a|,,?ears desirous of doing. To make
Trinilv iie Parish C'huch. and ldegrade St. John's itn-
to a Paroichial Cli:pel, would be to bring thle Cli irchi
tnder many rfthie *'ijeltionable features of Parish Law,
and to take away tlie character of Trinity Church, ans
being a Cha.pel of Ease to all th" Parishes. Be.i-le.4,
there still exist many of the reasons, which militated
against Trinity Church beine made the Parish Church
at the time of its erection. The only remedy thln ap-
pears to be to ad.,ipt the legally intelligible phrase
C('dl/,,drl to -eeur, what the Pew Renters seem desir-
(ous ofobtainin,. .Adoptini athe term Cathedral" the
Committee have ce:.ntinued their lalours, and may be
expected to report the result at thl meeting called for
Thursday, when the Pew Renters may approve or re-
The privil.g'es which the Pew Renters now possess
are these; the elerling of a Vestry and 1 Warden (the
hector appoints th, other Warden) and the voting' for
a term of n-t less than three, nor more than seven
years. the salary of the minister. The Vestry fix the
rentals of Pews for successive terms of five years. As
fir as we are awar,-, there is no intention of delpriving
tIe- Pew Renters of any power they now have. nor of
d v-to fin any service. that widuhl interfere wiith that of the
Pa rii 'hC li. A .Catlhedral inay. or 1my not. .a- a
Panri Cli Ciurch. A Caiheolral may exi-t within a Par-
ish witlhoult havii t a cure of souls, -lrieltly speakin r
a CatlhedrIl is whire lthe Pishop hlas hais throni ntiter
the control ,:fa De:in and Chapter, but lihp-heirrinilstran-
co's of the Colonicii, have niurih niodilieil thie term, so
that such aln ambitious schleiie need not be thaougnht of
li're. The titulh ii that Trinity Church. from its in-
epiion lias lhadi a Cathedral character about it. By ima
kii't- ie til Mini.str reasRnal.ly independent, by assi'!n-
in hinm ianin telli.:ible? position. and by plain: lia .p-
p iontinien-t abioliil:.ly in'the Bishop's hanis, the froiba-
Iiliis are tIhat ood mann could be hai, and. that the
leetor would work... liarnioniously ritli himnt. As regards
Ii- -lipial, only a careful exnmination of the Churchh
;Lcaiullts wa uhl sl.d.w what could be offered. But with
;i larn g- i]Uportl.,in u.t ftre sittinogs lie income. ilepend-
i1,1 aIr'IITel" L-, \iluhiary c.lntribttion'i woulhl lio in-
11t u-.*.1-.I l thei i it i-tr himsseltf man ia of 'i,.rl, elo-
lrienCe, aiid lact w,:,ilI. senit.i ly nifeet thol rec-ipts. If
tih I'ew l-ni lers ilha.n really desire any change. they
aimtu eitlier l., .,n.- orf tw, thling'.-. Er. i-etTrinitY Chure:,
ito) a athlhtlhal, miuiler cortiaint reIrlet;osi to 'cur .
eho iin.lo~i.rnienesp fit a .iniiteor wilthliut inir-rerinh wiiii
,hii vo-te, riIja ,i f the sector. or adopt the Rector'..;
ein te i,,n hy, nb .,ykir,, the Minister of Trinity Chilrhl
his; a., lnile "curate i' Pembroke and Devoaii]'hire which
w.%% illl really be irakin. tIle Rectaer litiler of 'Trinity
Church again in-.t ha' let ter of theo Deed.

THE BRITISH ELECTIONS.
We publish a, contribution from an occasional
valued correspondent on thp Imperial Elections,
9.nd, thou] T(.h carded from rather a radical stand-
point, yet theie ie much force in tbe scope f bhi
remarks. The result is un,ouhtedlv a surprise all
round. There iq one consolation in it that the
Home Rulers can b- thrown aside, for no govern-
ment could be forme,] o'r s stained that depended
on tbeir support. The difficulties of the Liberals
are, however, only commencing. The mart. to
whom of all others their snecess is due, ii a seri-.us
spoke in the wheel of their chariot. It had become
a sort of common expression in England Long
Live Gladstone and the Conservative party" from a
conviction that the veteran and talented orator was
sn agitator, who could neither lead himself, nt.r, so
long as he identified himself with the party, would
tlhe popular voice recognize any other though
occupying the ostensible position. Gladstone's
agitation seriously detracted from the Marquis
oi Hlattington as a leader in the Commons,
and to a certain extent with Granville in the Lords.
To Gladstone personally the result of the campaign
must fully gratify his feelings, that he has avenged
the successes of his subtle and able antagonist,
Beaconr field. But, now that the cares ot office seem
about to fall otn Gl dstonp, we shall probably dis.
cover that the lines, marked out by Beaconsfield,
will have largely to be followed. If Beaconefield
bad dash and blilliancy in his methods, they were
also founded on well considered data, and not the
mere erratic creations of the moment, and herein
has resided Beaconsfield's success as a party leader.
With Gladstone, on the other hand, there has been
a straining at results a forcing of his personal con.-
victions for the moment, without mature consider-
ations fur his party or his country in the results.
Beaconsfield is more reliable and persevering, than
Oladstone who, however unflagging, does not look
so lar ahead towards the goal, or keep it, so steadily
in view. When the history of Beaconsfield's admin-
istration comes to be fully written, the value of his
services will be mote fully estimated, and the im-
press of his mind on the policy of England will be
more easily detected.
To iat cause must we trace the defeat of Bea-
consfcild? In the first place the Agriculltural de-
pi;iesin throughout the Kingdom has had much to
ldo wih it, as we!l as the commercial depression
a which has i uled for the last lfew years In a small-
er way this operai:ed similarly in the Caniia..n
Elections. Then the poiitical circunsances oi E',-.
lope had involved large expenditures, and the public


St. George's April 13, 1880.


Notice.

ALL CLAIMS against the Strauded
Barque

_&'NORTH CAROLINA,'
AND THE CARGO
Lately landed from her, are required to be fur.
nished to the Undersigned, for adjustment, by
noon of

To-Morrow, Wednesday,
The 14th instant.
Claims not submitted by that time will not
be considered.
ALEX. BUCHAN,
Master.


Hamilton, 13th April, 1880.

THE FOURTH ANNUAL
ERAL MEETING


GEN.
GEN-


OF THE
Bermuda Church Society,
Will (D.V.) be held
IN THE COURT HOUSE, HAMILTON,

Oni FRIDAY next,
April 16th, at 12 o'clock.
THE LORD BISHOP OF NEWFOUNDLAND A.ND
BERMUDA has kindly promised to take the
Chair.
The Members of the Society and the Public
generally are invited to attend the Meeting.
J. LUMLEY LOUGH,
Secretary.
April 13th, 1880.


Sale of Pews.

THE Undermentioned PEWS in
St. Paul's Church. Pagot, will be Sold,

ON FRIDAY,
The 24th inst., at 10 a.m.,


Viz.:
Nos. 63, 79, 87, 93, and
South Gallery.
CHARLES A. V.
Church


Hamilton, April 12th, 1880.

*TO TWICE.

,/Vow UReceivinUg,
Ex LORD IM A YO," from Hali-
fax, N.S.,
IY GS Heavy Black OATS
Bale-s Superior lHAY
Diurns CO()Dri'lSI Cases L OBSTER
Htlf i Is. M A 'K Ei{ I'.L Tubs BUT'ITERB
Box.s Layor itAISINS
t'Caes TM ITCilESS FI.EWVOOD
&Le., &C., &c.


No. 10 in

FRITH,
Vestry Clerk.


4


I


ComrSsA.inAT AND TRANSPORT STAFF.-The fol-
lowing officers are appointed to the Commissariat
and Transport Staff of the Army, 31st January,
1SSO.
To be Assist.-Commissaries General-A.C.G., H.
J. Wilkinson. A.C.G., James William Murray,
Commy., H. J. Wild, and Commy. J. H. Randall.
To be Depy.-Assist.-Commy.-General-Depy.-
Commy., W. Robertson, Assist.-Commy., S. H.
Winter, Assist -Commy., W. R. Winter, Assist.-
Commy., J. S. Nevell.
ORDNANCE STORE DEPARTMENT.-To be Deputy.
Commissary in recognition of his services during
the late Zulu Campaigu-Asst..Commy., JoIV
Steevens.
The following officers are appointed to the Ord-
nance Store Department on reorganization.
To be Assist.-Commy.-General of Ordnance-
Commy., Henry Blakeney.
To be Depy.-Asst.-Commy.-General of Ord.
nance-Aast.-Commy., F. G. Wintle, Asst.-Comy.
H. A. D. Hainm.

Mr. J. Singleton, living near the Pond, in Pem-
broke Parish, yesterday, sent us a couple of beets of
good quality, raised from Bermuda seed, cured by
himself. 15; inches and 14- inches in circumfer-
ence. The seeds were sown in September last.
We understand that he is shipping a small quan.
tity by the present New York Steamer.

Some of the United States papers recently to
hand state that great surprise and dissatisfaction
has been caused among the patriotic Americans
who bave emigrated to China" in consequence of
General Donovan, commanding the British Garris-
on at Hong Kong, having refused to fire a salute of
twenty-one guns on the anniversary of Washing-
ton's' Birthday !!!

A Foreign Ship of War arrived yesterday.
{C Pembroke Grammar School Athletic
Sports" in our next.

DIED, in this town on Wednesday the 7th April,
CAPr. JOSEPH JAMES FRITH HYATT, aged 67 years.

t A Supplement of five Col-
umns accompanies this issue of the Gazette."
It. contains the "New Church St. George's,"
"Old Father Neptune," European News, the
English Elections, "One of Them," D.,"
' Golden Rule" and Equity," "Rainfall for
February," &e.


Notice.

T ENDERS will be received at
the Sicbsc.ribler's Office until

4 P. AM. To-mnorrow,
From Parties willing to make a

SET OF SPARS
(Except Ground Masts),
For the British Barqlue BALKAMAH," Stu-
diford, Master.
Also, from Parties willing to RIG THE SHIP,
Particulars can be obtained on application to
the M'aster or to
J. S. DARRELL.










BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


TRINITY CHURCH.

PEW-RENTERS' ADJOURNED
MEETING.
TTHE Pew-hRnters of Trinity Church are
hereby notified that, pursuant. to adjourn-
ment, a Meeting will be helId
In the Trinity Church Schoolroom,
In the Town of Hamilton,

On Thursday next,
The 15th instant, at 1 p 1m.,
To receive from a Special Committee the Draft
of a Petition to the Legislature to change the
Constitution of Trinity Church, and to further
consider the Report of a Committee of the
Vestry submitted at a meeting, duly convened
by circular notice, on the 9th Mareh, adjourn-
ed to the 23rd March, and further adjourned
to the 2nd and 15th April.
WM. S. BARR,
W. H. DARRELL,
Chapel WMirdens.
Hamilton, April 9th, 1880,

38 public uctitotn,

On Thursday next,
15th Instant,
MM37DE.T T 344 S.G- C4 :,z
At I o'cloelr. P.M.,
20 iKEGS and Tubs New York
BUTTER
10 Drums and Boxes Halifax CODFIFSH
10 M LATHS 10 Boxes MACKEREL
100 Qrtr. Bales Upland HIAY
20 Bls. Table POTATOES
20 Half Bls. Family PEEFF
10 Qrtr. Bls. Pigs' rIONGUES
5 Qrtr. Bls. Pigs' FEET
50 Reams Toi.ato PAPER
25 Bags COR'N .50 Bais_ BRAN
10 Boxea english SOAP
20 Dozeu Bottles Port WINE
20 Dozen 3-1L. Tins R.ost BEEF
10 Qrtr. Bo::c.s Black TOBACCO, 14's
5 Boxes Bc:.-lecss CODFISHI
20 Boxes Halifax HETiU RINGS
1 Barrel N.-. SHOULDERS
1 Large I.- BOX, suit.,ble for Htoel or But-
cher
About 2,000 iCert 1 inch White Pine BOARD,
used for stowing Cotton. &c.
B. W. WALKER & (1CO.,
AHamilton, ril 12t Actioneers.
Hamilton, A1 ril 12th, 1Ss0.


TO BH SOLID,

By Public Auction
In the Town oj Hamilton,

On FRIDAY Next.
The 16th inst., at Noon,
For Benefit of Owners, Underiwrit-
e: s and all concerned,
ABOUT 220 BAGS OF
QUESCITRON BARK,
AND
A SMALL QUANTITY OF STAVES
(Or so much is may be necessary to meet ac-
cruing expenses,)
Lately landed from the stranded Barque North,
Carolina, and now warehoused iu the
Stores of Henry Darrell, Esqr.
A. R. THOMPSON,
A uctioneer.
ALEXR. BUCHAN,
Late A North Carolina."
Hamilton, Bermada, April 12, 1880.


Sugar! Sugar!!

RIGHT GROCERY


Fx Bright. '" Pirt" and Schr. Meteor" from
I.trhb doVs, offered by the Undersigned at lowv
rates.
J. T. DAI{.EI.L & CO.
Ilamilton, Bermuda, 3 p
?March 2, 18SO. 1 '

Notice.

- -'ilE UNL)ElISIGNEI) respecefully solicits
Consigniiments of

Be i u-da P (odu(ce
For ilie New York k lrkt tlhmiugh
S V. F. ,1 l J 01:Ai.
42 i.'ONT STREKI'I',
HI amilton,
Wh'lio will receive and forward free of charge.
leaving hid a long experience in this Busi.-
nies, is prepared to eecn,: the highest il Market
rates.
Aceouint > ales and Cash settlements promnpily
male.
GEOR()GE CA N MPBLLL,
I.att Firm of Eli Campbell &, Son,
W\'east \\ashington M-irket,
New Youik.
New York, *\pil 7thll, I''-(I.-Ii :JP

For -ale,
,,,' A Superior


Justllinded ex Beta'" 'fr n 1Halit:ax, is (J yenas
old, a good roadster and st:itable for any pumr-
postI. Will be \\arra:uited sound.


BY PuIT PLic Au
U. DER TH!R lUG


C. T 10 iNI
15s1111", )7


At 1 'clchk,:

N THURS DA Y,
The 22nd instant,


And Household Effects
OF
Asst. Paymaster P.'. SHaamiky,
Among-st which will be found :
A Silperi"r PIANO. hv Chappell
& Co., Tron Plate and Bolt.. I for the
Climate
A fine toned HARMONIUM[
1 Handsome COUCH Easy CHAIRS
Parlor, Dining, Arm and Rocking CHAIRS
Centro, Dining and other TABLES
Dinner SERVICE in Red and Gold, 90 pieces
Dessert SERVICE, Blue and Gold, with Paint-
ings by band
Tea and Breakfast SETS
DECANTERS and other Glassware
Curtains Pictures Matting
Iron and Wood BEDSTEADS
Mattresses Mosquito Nets
Portable Wash STANDS
Looking Glasses Toilet Sets
Tubs, Buckets Sauoopoins
Cooking STOVE and Pipi:
Cooking Utensils Cr,.r:kry
Mat. SAFE Milk Cans.
1 Large Sideboard BASKET
Glass FILTERl Parrot. CAGE.
I Set. Brass-mount.ed Carriage HARNESS
1 Superior SADDLE. l.v Peit
1 PRIDLE Cart HARNESS
2 Spare COLLARS Lamps
1 Superior Mil(.-h COW. to
S CulvO in September, il ur,ute-id to,
b>,' giving 6' qts. Mill daily
1 Pair Aylesbury DUCKS, hl:st year's birds
And a great many otLer Article; that. will
appear 'at the sale.
B. W. WALKER. & CO.,
"ctioeeit s.
Hamiltun, Ap1il 13. IS'o0.

Notice.


IIn fi-oiit


of the Stores of thle Under-


signed.



A VERY SUPERIOR NEWV


Direct from the Manufactory.
It will bt unipacket-d on Friday n-.xt, lith
instant, when it. will be open for inspection at
our Stores, No. 25 Front Strnet, until day of
sale.
B. W. WALKER & C0.,
Auctioneers,
Hamilton, Apiil I 1, ,is0.

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
CO8illtisUSiAi ."'EfrciiOll.S
Ind 1INSU!?A .VCE R OKERfS,


18 Leadenh;ill :.-'reef,
ANi) .\T I.l.,\')S,
LONDON, I'
April 13, 1880.


TOI S H I


I'.


L .t .11 i v~ ~~UI SAle (I m r


The ste--moll

W have roo-on-od I rist r I v-t 0 1 IS tO "ll ITD k,
':I pta: 11
1. 1. V F I I F, N
By F'ublic. thiction, % 7) A-7,
I F' 0 12, A" p IT Y f, /;


At tho mslt'S1IetIL of

II{ELAkND ISLAND,
Who is about to leavi, thtie-o Isaiil,i,

His FUR__NITtURE
And IlHoiiseho ld EllTri~.-
Full piarticulars in -Ro~yal Gaz *tt hof Tls
daiy ut:-xt.
B. \W. XVALKEI~t & (t.
Hamilton, Ap~ril 1;3tlh, I s0.



rn E [~Unidersione.;I will be ple~aied
to r, ceive 1' EFNI1) E RF

F..r the Iuro ha.-w or ihis

~ P P)PEv~RTY,
qy( 't10 1 JSE aniid inie ar 13
1-11, 1' 1, N1,)in flip lower disiri'-t of .t h
( :I np.
J-4. 11 1.,-;,,id( ~ b ac~tfi'hLIs n
Te d~.


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-amilated S'(J(-' I

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14' ni iersi-one'l beas to 1




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AN A'

i g ecPla 'Itoo r,

Fr nI ')m New F-in Stre'i, I~1~ in good
-re.c~ir.be hl -i ad mat ih:;ri. o lI a-Thjted
for n 1i dIlier, 3ieu-, Cniteop,,or an IHotel.


(1u~le ne'.v, Liely illportittI ('lof)ni R
(fame ,.i'liinncuto Ji-eleiis Imill ."iachl-i-j3

i,'loah G izet te''Office.
131 h April, 18S0.


'P 1-1 F


to thel


N( IC E To Farmers and Shippers o/

IPPEIIS OF Pl.O)DUCE. c l' 11 1 a ;t 1 i t 0 b 11 C .


S LI. l'ersons desirous of Shipping P "
S )DUC1 E to
'. 9 I CAc VO(y & Soil,
(It Wa,,hington Market, New York,
Are hereby informed that
T. PITT, Esqr., Front street,
tainlion,
Will take ch. rge of and forward th-ir LConsign-
mients 'o that firm.
St. G(eorgso, (ith April, 1880.

Goods from Ioondon (ex
Clyde"
Received at the Iroyal Gazette" S"tationery
Store,
P)ENKNIVES, assitmted
C Colored TWIN.:- Pink TAP.- P
Porcupine, Quill and other PII N iF)ll. I'it I
Sheets PAR.C '. IiEN i'-" This Indentmue" ald
i lain
Parchmenti L '.BLE-i i'r.:,e II -\NI S
li title (;1\1, within Iruashl and Top
Quill and Steel PENS
Visiting C Al Q l)S- 1.adies and (t.its' i l;aii i d
Black Burdered
iecird BOOKS accountt B0I)[ -'
\Voi kmnie's 'I VI E-1)()K -Weekly & M'onth-
iG'ra)s' AIT Il11ElTIC, &.
A LSO,
BOOKS of the Irish Sch,)cl Seri's
Aritlnm eit s, Eniishli (ir'nliii.r'--', Seque'( l-,
I and 2, .- ecind iBo'oks, &c.
iliim lloni, \ pril 13 h, 188<1.

F'dor Sale,, t
; -uperior


U" j. H 0 SE,
AN DI Hi A N ESS,
. NEW D[1 .YAND BOX C \iT',
g to .,
I,^" B''+=iS


S .A VIN(; ,had sev..i ;l yi -; .'b -XIperi.-ne* in his
S 1 line oi'f uiii:es., I tIsire to continue e iln
the same during the coin ing Crop Su:,so, and
ri-!t'!eeifully solicit iany on i2In, e:-t, s y-u mlay
f'orw'ird toi thii market. I will eniddoivour to
realize lhli higliest Mark-'t, price', render Sales
nid pIroitiit n. e. lri ptin, ptly.


O( Haninmilton, lietriouda,
Will attend to receiviing. and ivi\oiciig all con-
si'iinents f'or m1 :aii! '.vi l o1ive a;ll iiforination
rcessury "or benefit ''f .-l hippers.
I remain, yoa-z, &C.,
31. F. JUD(;E
With

4- & 43 Ve-ey Street,
New York.
A.\pril 13, I.-0.- tr

A STT.AG. E


AND LOT OF LANil, in the l' Towi of Hamil-
t.iu. I ei'rs ae.'con dating to an approved
Purchl n:er.


For further particuii r.s
SAGINA


phcase'~.Apjl3'to

1 I1-mmtilt.


\pril 13, 18 0.---I

F[ O1H Det._ 11/ ,rdI".1 U,1,
TO Return )irect.


T'he (.- Iiplrer `ichr.


" Lo9r yo,
._I, If .


Oill.


W'tilldtta~ d fiu.--i.a i Li'th a. i Pori'tonmmor

A bout i- N dhiy niext


(4)N 1',At Uit

The 15.01 pril, --I
Too leave thence on 22n,1 fo rii .irn1
VPrc-Ie, i 'ame !imld *ci mI I rei, 1r,. w ii

b I'.V e d 11r I iI I In. gi: il IiMrIt 1111 1 .t 3

mumminiut, jc11Ist 120011 ''a 15:1, tp$
TflOI'/`F;. -COX,






At the Residtence or' the N aNal
Slu[OcI.C-t pci*, rohl id i~i d:il, ri u~ii
1s ho I IdOI(I I'lli~t ifisq







M ITCCid)T..fm lA i





H ave rci dper r.'Berm tnta,'
From lI~i~.via.i Y~ ~url;,





iii~~~ I "IT~V I.r

U u.of B FY 3 1R S uemt.
F ~ ..*",re


Just !.L'ccivcd per S. Beiirmudat.


*2 Pi'imk 1l.E )N, )sa' herIu
3 To B L .'G.fkF,


-111so

:3Fine I- q e


A N D)
I mpoi ted Il 100(1"IIOFse1,CO"C U NT',"
Sjm'cd by El~r~lgll P [oijI Horse '" Sa,niilut


I Fine


ALSO,
Selection of H A\
WVill '., &Ce.
OUTEIBIi!DG


RUN F.SS'-Sp

I l I? ()S.,


i% Chance, for NL111 ilhreS LO bu v OUt
1.1i Il~ivoicvof L:tldi e."', 13LOi'I', inL (% I Iul edn 's


J LIst from London, about .300,
A s.;ii'tmenemt F~) :S ble
Ri \IN l 'arhlmtzin F R1 1.14.NO
Iltk F. A-NN F 1,r unoN '
BN' NI h '1-&,e.S-,
wi ill '-,c -old i.) pav Y i'0~., as tle U d ti'g eI
hus mi 1 :1c11t" to plill ticvin.l i h- iIi lie'v-li di-ap-
pointe~id in [lie Sore prnoike-i himi.
Apply nt once toItH.D E EN

I amn'ilton, A pril I I H.'O


)NSA'ThURID1AYV VI ~0 *tbetweenl


'le Ii ndui', onil Nvig h a mnia 21t lI S! -A
'A. .' 11111it & C.,O'S., S.L. or -~ 0'at the
R0,3 oyaIGiazetic'' 0111cc, WviI lieheu julial y re-
wvarded.
HIamiilton, \ pril 12, 1 Sn".

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Co-nlion Ri fomn-, U:i'ee iclw H Roomsi, iDru-,.aiitr


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Si:,milto,, Bermud.i, /f i
i:m h to2n, iern. to 30th June, 3p

NOTICE TO G RO WERS A.l D
OWNERS OF


p[,lt lndersigned will give their
I -eronuail attention to the forwarding of
Ik l \;,. Ii, \ P1'OI)UCE to the con-.ignment of

01'f New York,
iurig n tiie coming Crop Sea.on.
\11 ch ir;.Ceq for cost of ltemittance for inett
pitceeds \will have to lie borne by the owner of
the (ood-.
'The hi..hist miarl;e rates will lie obtained and
Account l'!,:, returned proinptly.
J. 'T. DARRELL & CO.
ilumilton, Bermuda,J 3m
Marth 9, 1680.


For Sale,
A White


(-Fleri t, ride or drive, and a rood charter.
A : Ri:I I % E ~iset -1 made byI) el~ohill
I ef of &:Jiv:rlo 11HARtNESS~, almost fnew.
Price for Lot 50 0 UINkL4 S.
FoXr ;mV 11erthim paruiculars apply to C. HI-i
LA1.1I)) &*val Entincers, IProspecr.
April 13, 1380.
LIsT OF' IJNCLU I %!,ED LETTERS IN THlE
Ptmi fico, H amiilton,? 1001 Ap~rjil, 1380.
WVilter J !1asden, Sophy Burgess, 8 J Corb.usier,
Rosa Cann, Richrurd Darrt-ll, Frau'r IDeshield, Sand
Duffi.%, [D Eniriquo, OCharlotte Fub-ler, C has roster,
.MIal-ii. 12.1 Cmbhart, J is F' IIaiell(cm, Br itr "1Varnuz i A
l-hl!,"-;at J, ii insomi, F H Himiqomi, lhy 13 Hind.',
CI nolh ml, Sch r -iErnest 'I T, '2' U John
L itiL:, S hr \ary Lnjtito.' U rs E F f.rf.id-i, Shipi
c~~tvtelf"Ai'l \iC."il-, tryXMark-, &
( U II' eei 0,11: C- 1.iii S.-di 3 .1 PuI, \ tt
-, E !'.-0, Ad t~ j 1c'.1'. .1 iiLi nbm il
litlhi, Saiali pie~) I er, L:t RSr li t'A.T aylur,
Ii .~A [nni~, w'in E Fv mm~ At n E frtAt, JOS

':e,1. IED LE f[E`X'-IN TII r P0'-l' OF.
F i t E -S1'. G E 0! \(a n% )r li 1 2,Is, 8 .


NOTICE.
SrTENDERS will ])e, received by
th" i. U1 n l,.sii,'n 1 until N.:>on on


The 1.5th instant,
From Persons lelsirous of Tender-
ing for
Building a New Road,
Fron the Western (nd of the Town of Hamil-
ton to Jtun tion of Point ,hares and Pitt's Bay
Ro:.ld leading to Spanish Point, iii Pembroke
Parish ; and for
Taking down, ,Removing and Re-
].ild ing all existing-

'Tio- Undersiune 1l does not bin-1 himself to
a':.--pt the lowe.4t or any T'-nhlor.
l-ius an. 1 .-.'cifi..t aion andi all further in-
f -rma:ti,,n _. uu 'be obtaineal on application at
thli:. Office of the. Untder.sign,.l.
PHILIP NESS,
Colonial Surveyor.
Hamilton. April ,5th, 18.0.-1
-- NOTICE.
S'PEN'DERS will be received by
il, Uundersi-ined until Noon on


The 16th Instant,
F.it Prson.s desirous of Tender-
ing for
13t id lin- G. iard W alls oil
thie Publ.lic Roads, viz.:
1.-On '.ri:Illo Rond from Hamilton to
11 ii -.;r tlit, eitrIan.?e to the residence )of
~i ,.nrin 'i';, n:, Es:;r., in Devonshire Parish,
ab.:.lt :.'1 f .t-t by 2 feet by IS inches thick.
*. --A'1 Oil the -aiiiue I Roal EAtst of the resi-
din.- i.-f s Ti.:-ker, Smith's Parish, about
1'50 fet-t. by .2 feet by 1.' inches thick.
3.-A.wl for raisii-; Guard Walls on North
RP, "l, P;a,'t, near the Public Landing, about
:311* ft-,*t by o.,i'f foot by 1J in-ebt.h s thick.
Pi.rti,-s t-nie;ring are requested to state the
p]ri,: p.-.:r f,:,ot cube.
T :- !.,l in.r di do,-:.: no! bind himself to
1. t th.:- loiwnst or any Tend,-.r.
A .,p. -ii.. it i..!i and all further information
c:ILu 0b ., i.lut i;1.:,21 on applic,.tion at the Office of
Sti,: UI .l..rT ign. I l.
PHILIP NESS,
Colonial Surveyor.
lHauilt.on. April 9th, 1880.-1

1 Notice
'T'o 4-JOwers algdl Owuner's

RuMUA PRODUCE,
\ vo is5e-Iience of the great increase in our
-lIi; I cnts of l'roduce to New York since
i, e.Io0.- of 1874, we deem it necessary to give
iII twice, *: ,t we are ready to give our personal
at ientio na uni-ual to ai!l Shipments of Bermuda
S'rotclne for New lYork made through us, but
t itli;:t leiri responsible for the net proceeds
unLil p&al to our Orlder in New York, which will
be pivwn io thlie New Yolk iConsignees for Sale,
by -i,'ih v ,ecl traiisiiporin-t a shipment.
1V'hei necessary io order Specie in return for
any 1hipimeiit it will le insured at theexpenso of
'lie Oivier- interested, and owners will clearly3
under-t;, id that all the dangers of transport are
o liorne lv tlienm.


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BERMIUDA ,ROYAL GAZETTE.


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j ri tnLr- U. I*' 'nr .1 I *.. '
i:iSa i trlnti'd I' N \-(,'.:ri nanei.-! Ser-i'i, tvy. lMr. V.'i inn is ]ir.)l'dily tl
nlle. 'i inri' ili-t in No rfounndianf. and 11in" -.'*'
aciiv-ly idrnr ifii'd with all !'ie polirii'r,.i (-onlfpc ,..*i
IlIe co'-loniy f.r I rimanv yrais. T'r1c pint of mo-l i, -
treplt to the Vnomionin., hlnwovPIr'. i- that Mr. Win -
ton'q entra:'ce into the Gov.rniimeit must o icv [v
iit, I, n (t tlr,'e lumneu rs. wl:irih I. i tihron'h t.l-he
Proviaces ifien, of N .vwf, undlanl' inl uti:t,,. f
jrin lhe Car i ,.nl.n ('onfe,-- r;nticrI. lI' U 'i.'.. i- onne
principle which Mr. WVinlon iho
  • it iq one of decided hostility to I'ornfedlrn!ion. He
    has throughout the whole ,aiti','n been one of lbhe
    most zoalou- and one of the 'P.:4t opponcnls of
    union with r(anada. an,' it i, ceint;n tifat r.hil- te
    remains in thoe Ioverntinent noet?rnm., that are likely
    to be ucrffed will itdoo-a N'h ,n -.iand to a-.4t in
    her lot with the otb.r iririr-e. Newfonr'llaiidl.
    although not usually c,'nsid eun d a vny a' dtrcttiv'I
    country, occupies a rc" ilii whii Nov., c-r',:i
    may well cnvy. She has her indlppndieneo: N::,va,
    Scolia Lns not. She ha -: io rv ia i i ;i No,,a- Sco'Sit.
    is staggerinqg under enrmrriin tnaxation. Si,. is-
    fairly prosppronis : Novan ,.'otia is nit. Sh h:.- herr
    share of the Fishery Award.-a million dilui, rs
    Nova Scotia has not, and is not liL.e'l io g-et a
    dollar. Happy Newfoundland !- Haio: Chronicle,
    March 12.

    THE CHINESE AMIBASSADREESS IN PARIS.

    Think of the exciltenf:ni in P.';is wien it was
    known that on -'s-rariln ov pe-i- in-t tlp wife of the
    Chinese A ml ,r4zsaor ia, goi.!ia ouiCt /? sr:iV to a
    vole hoost'
    'Tbe mysterious ,.ne lirr 'l a l ie i-'rp initin';
    asa beautyif I rthe l'a hiust m I, lsOt A.i Ct, Ii4t e. n
    moving forwai ed like the mere animnating pilinciple if a bale or
    Eilk. Her black bair \%.- as ttiiinei- I -.n-k from t r ie
    lace, to finish off in a wnderous at tisic cfinltiiuon
    of pius and feathers at the back. She is s-everal
    shades darker than her !ord : and a thiet: ilup;'o of
    white powder struggles unsuccessfuilv with this
    natural gloom. It is the hbortest ppaiutine ever
    seen--there is that to lie said or it ,ft-. SC.:i1 ntitl or
    all concealment as the paitinin, of a ci!'i'.% n, hihIh
    it Fo much reremlles in it. thickrs- -:,u'.i it s ickly
    white. It was thet same vith the iil_' dutlit".',
    who had nt reached the matronly d11;.iy of paint
    and \Itho wa sev., ral shad dark-r il.ar n the still
    amiallel sevr-n-vear-oud i.rthr. ii v her' i-e. 'Tiias
    icrap of humanivt hail the i 'i ,ler-.'n '.,-n at I. P',
    Ihe awful Mnrquiah, who eri ian ir,,'. in;.'i tr,,'e
    reserve of look all tU'- eveiti.ig ,et!I his ol i;.-
    nied spectacle, ann who al. t, i 1 .7 se.in' t<; i.-1' b his
    i1-sponsibility for ilis d(sp'erat i.y i i- ening's
    amusement rather (mor e than ho could cofurtabil '
    bear. He .nluled the ladies with mtiuh ;'r'ce by
    removing his plumed hbat apd h:It,ig it oil t. table
    in the drawing-room.
    His infant son su'lplied anilrantin fir lt? v-,hoc!e
    party. He may not have been aillwe.! io !aL'.gh at
    the conjuror. b uI he did ;t: and ati one point lhe
    made an absurd atln.mptm to raise. Lics; i on he tip.-
    oe of his cluir.sy thick-soled boots, which was a,tut.
    the best thing in the sh':.le entertair. mct.. H-is1
    mother seemed to enj,, thb:' thirg amazingly. SheI
    never took hcr alimond orub off thfe conjurer. hi'ere
    seemed very little menial diflere;ce betrwetno oie
    and another in this section of the family. -'6 hey
    weie all babies. 'I he nolie Marquis nway 1- .ad,
    to have brought his three childiien to the fewte it;-
    Plead of his wife and two. iThe dani.hter was bUtl a.
    p.maller mother in frame, and in looi there was lit-
    tle to distinguish between them. These Chin' ,c
    faces are just its young and ju,.t a :.rid1 as you p',aC..e.
    The ball at the Chinese E-u,, .,' w.as '.p and
    animated, and markl a sI -pi in tihe h .l? -liiutg pire s
    going on ilhr:c.ughc- i h .-orl ? L'v' .r''"d r ',..-a -
    dress was in Chines? loil!! aud h..r ryoaug pu,1hter
    did the honors unCUil supper was iiuounlce-i, vbeen
    she retired to the women's niaarlment: The (Chi.,
    nese women stood for support, against the t_!,in'-e
    ecrvarnit, who lined the stahir;. The supper wa..
    truly Celestial, ruany dishes were di.-.:r'.":abi.,
    others sweet and ::ic.l7 tit noUaliz,:!. j he u.:i k-.
    fins weie particu.itrly r.c.nm cu ei.td Iy U .Tf r, io
    the venerable diploimats as rrjuvuatlilg f ',d. 'Liuis
    lite was iveln at the hbonL-' of .ii;. t iags.

    'lE \% WORLD'S STEEL PtOl)UC l IN.),
    Ironm the. L..oin.,' T7'. vs.
    '1he to ,l capacity of ILe se,.i1 ti!s at ,h ;. p ,-*'
    ent lithie throughout Ihe woi l'I is eelt!iate it at 7ou.It.r
    3,ii(00(,00f Ions lor (be yeaT's- ip oi] net iou. In ithe
    Unitild Kingdom there are 1r'20 sePl.mner conver-
    t,.., 1.uilt, ol nhich (i .ire ait worr !., inei the rnru:l
    yii .1 fiom Ihes? is considered as iron t 755.'i0 to
    tfOiOt'i0 Lons. The American mnke is ettinu, aed at
    75 0,00i'0 tons, the next largest j'roii ucer beinz O ,'-
    mr.a' w which is considered by rianvny Io bh- cll.il.e
    of the pgeatect ex!), unsion auirot,.' 'rll ba steel-minilirai'
    cou' ,tlim '. LsA tlha" ia io y : i. s a p there we(e 25J,
    rtonv'iteitt in Prisfri'i weikingour of the ia bull;,
    arid tin !ii -, t ;Ui cut 7 ,a)01.i0 liLns. -ia hicl 1.as inciea.n ,i
    I' ltd .oik-' in :-nixirv "Ini Ilh i'ahatinaiten to Ji.,-
    I.iO ; i.. 1 'i' O t.ie / ed r, i al ,t i' :-nir- I. ,_sit conl *'r. er
    li. ( i.un n t i ; into p'.i ii It 'f r e ( -iti .-tf h ,
    F rench sit l m.nuitilarture is ,ibout 275"-i.!i0 ii i:n. ;
    that of i-lIgiua i 15ir ,iria0i; of A-ntli-i, gfill: :32 v'on-
    vpie ters, '250,,iO, antld of Sweden anid ,Rus.i a, ]50i-
    000. Of the 'es-seniinr convertersi in Engla:nd, rs,-
    largest ate two 10 ton ones at Sir John Brow-, 5&
    Co.'s weoik s, in Sheffield, the others variyint be-
    tween three and eight tons in capacity, and GUiL of


    the 24 British steel works 17 only have rail t;ils.
    Looking at the probable ,XInsion of ra-ilw'ays r
    the next 12 tinrithbs, it is difficult to see how ill this
    large output of steel rails is to be utilized.

    JAPAN AND CHINA.
    It is evideut that our sources of information from
    China and Japru are not so, truLtworthy as they
    should be. We are a nation who have rvat iuter..st
    at stale in these twvo great Atintic Epi;ires, and we-
    hrive a right t, expect that the nievs stet to Eiglanud
    will not be unrelliabl,?. As. tar as we have observed,
    ihe intelligence transmiuritdto t us ira b,-een oni i:iur.-
    ly bellicose. We were led t[m believe that a declaration
    of war was immih-utf biut it .e1:m froni ibhe te .it-..1
    meuts of a well-iifilrmed Shaigh, cor-apinleriit
    thit this rumoit r, g-enerally circil,:t.Ied a:-i: beinvi. d
    thri..ughout the .iin]:iim:l LEitu',p'an c:i. ital,-: war. a
    hoax probably l,:vitg its origin in the themat'd im.
    agination of au irriecq ou-ible muenLibr' of ihe diplomai.-
    it circle." At the present mi-i.iment Cl.hini shows no.
    vggrePsive iuteutionz towards J,'p..j oir 'i ,i: otL,
    country. Her vwanrike actiivriy alni:g hi' e, ., i.,
    we are told, eunlirely .for the 1i.uirpti'pos i .dloluce ,
    the !in w Ioritificutios hling th*- coeLat ,>i FokM .au l.b
    new iilphabhitical griin-boritn.. .in their' p'io a Stii'Ct .t
    w-hit"h so much j.oy if taken by naubitiious utiandaniu.
    and the atringtheuiug of the def:nc,-. along ti.e
    Yangise, do not. certainly point to fieusive ('.:ra-
    ti..: n a aiuns b..r litt' n, igi b ,. r. J$ ,, '.. ;
    sncce'ed d in anr.exiun 4 the L._ochrio ia' di-, iendet-.
    ouling now to coax into exie-ietnce' : i;tccful tradC
    with the periinmula ( Core:a by the W:-.ste;-r: plan an l
    trea .us, gutiboals., cneiule., and p.rh:.t'- eventuii ,;
    rnirwonariee We i-ar ..I niothirTg e!e t!,.h iad'calt,
    .a desire on her part to fight Chiua. and, while pr,-
    paied to defend her own action,- u an' ,i' uew ier':i
    tory by lorce ol arm'i jt need b.:-. or to suibmii the
    jls;ice of aLinexaii:,ii to arlbiation, a is ,:,gl,-e


    .\T THE A i,'l,L:N HOTEL, I



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    F. .D. 5. NA..H,
    "1 Front :tieet.
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    prc reted ai l oe. nua tby
    ,: ,. ..-. [1 st, a, i n

    it;.', E R' !.NCES
    R iL tun'Aa PI.e'-':-l't Nati'u.' at3ik,'
    i> ta ..1 N l :", r 'w .'ork.




    Vi'. :, 'a r, i t of nro -

    ie il.r- sented i ni of Ne a c rk, tr-

    Refer fnrh. to II r' p ii s
    f .I '. i i i lt, i- l i ll l i .
    -, EF(-i-R! .NCES : :-


    N W1


    Ihotfograi)h
    n -A 1 ale|V
    P I nT g 'le


    and


    " 1 V'" Li i .. r i, : i- i ;tk t p h a. i :ii a i ire inl
    a ; iio !i- ** h- i h" ii. i l' ni';n-
    da :,at hle li,'-~ ^se.i tire !"'i,-t,.,,.iralph C;;!lein y
    (-f ,'.ir. J,' hi; ,'og 'a', '.a lh.'rz hi': i,,t,: -,.'-_, c.arr .iy n,

    For ait a nd 1---:'I ic:5- 0' 7 '.ot)o-
    graphy,
    I i ; ists 'branii hel .
    b avin.; I! i ,,;iit, with hirI all the la.t at stfyl-e
    of w'urk nil ti!e ait-;- i p1 i l ..vt d ifi 't i,:i -t!< and
    i'..t'v ha.cl -r i cn Ihe f i-ls, co.it.lent hIe t an
    Vic.P p .--- I i-i'f i.( .n h .;' '.'lo nm ay favvo r
    hIim ivith 'la1iti Palronage.
    ( l.' ; so !i m ; it: h li i il Iris .--s un!l! n .:'.,-'sr';l'\'
    p :ris h- ll it ep:4ir's .4 AT C : i..'.-, I L' K('
    ;,)it \\' i.: V, V i itVl i, .' k.' i 41 l ,.ti .v t r phi-.
    '.,' i r* ;,t,'l,...',.i.': I lr ,\e-r ( yc rs, w ith
    ,, r ,i ._.t .- .:, I.,.. i .- Is h .. i 'a p -lb.) l, f iv ii
    ,'* ei t- l ,: .n i. ,i i u i ,.. h a i l l l le n t-o:m, d
    ..,i'k i. \' i-, ( ," Jc-v, 'i'' Iln elt a' iris
    ( -:- eI v Uil at l itlh rm<. :.. .' t enthi'l ni l
    odc t i i. .' .",


    L. C. SSWAIV 1
    f'/t.to ,',,/ h':r ij Wiatc/,
    ILC. 12th, 1879.


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    PI.'kIT 0)11'-:, V:;.NIi;IR, LASS,
    (J ', T V 1., I : c. .;.' e.
    'Vr\' descri. tiotnt of (.I' .L I ina ,,e read for
    u ..

    ti -.- I' .liic ni !r-,.1 r.,i !' .)i 'r a ir li la .'ral :;tr-.,n.'ge
    ;n1(! w ill t'iIdIiii:' ,t'"r ( i i e paI stl iii the
    futuree, 1 Q(.- tii n t'Ir.'-

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    Offe'.s for Sale Cheap ,


    A Choice election ot .


    and Silver Plated Ware,
    And l,-orsor-s iirtendi.i'i t,, l.'iehrise w ill final (by
    calling :t 'his l i tore,) :i'tpe ro i I
    hav\'e :i last fouitr :l I 'hI. -r, .1,.-wvti'., Stor.'."'
    i'! i;.-- 'artie' s w i .,;,\_ i -c in t /f.iv ,d th ir +
    .. o;ui t. l i' l!iy !' i r f i," ', l -, Iic,-d )!oit .As,.
    -ii ar It ., i-,' "I .-i i is ;all th" eatii e

    S'all ;in ee. .
    id wel ret, r e\ti a trte t 'lk-e.




    S'r kinds of



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    The Subscriber .re now prepared
    to Furnish



    i)-ily (Sunday-: excepted)
    Fr ,in their F'tor in r urnabLy Sir-rt to any per-
    so \\'ho may desire a supply .
    To C rillt;:ter' i Iiindnti lia alnd Vicinity it
    will be ,elivei,.d bly ( ('art .ily---f rom amout 10
    (''clock till iiion-- ii'o'n n'itcn i.g o!r 1st April.
    lie iri'.e is .'ie (i'Fnny per roun ,l a r 12 1)bs
    ani ur'p 1 r,.
    A "eial nvi .df-p innY nniler 1- Ibs.
    ri d lerr(lia ri rilcal lee 'otiilpany.,
    Ila iiiltin, i-r-li '2-lhll, 1879.


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    1;it ly o nit.',:. i y [.'y : .oI-r'. ..',-rTOCK, called
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    !ie N.. rl, t ..,i ; n the Southl
    F' fultrlher )i i -1.rs .ppiiy to
    A. J. HODSDON,
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    cally eli. tins of Il! Size., in s iall i ke. anrid
    1 11 irki s.t 'i. I -: ;a 1. oi th!. celheh rated [raind
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    Vi.i Nev X ',ork -.er -'. .'. er,''Iauda,"
    At tlre i. ,0 L-.'.zett-' i.ti-itonery Stor;,
    I i+ t; n't !.l7 :. .,!.].+ fi;iOii, VO liK S
    "~- eI : I I- 'I r n2 ..S
    L..igtuge of F1LJ\I''S
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    Collin s Britih ill.1'TOfRiY
    Co(lernu.o's M! i ,i 'i;'! .: IKe" to DO.
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    Duandoa.:8i Street, Hamilton.
    Termus, moderate.

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    Can be ,ibtai--d! fron ,ti or A.yents, .lest'sr's.
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    CALLING AT QUEEN. TOWN,
    LEAVE NEW YO(K I


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    ARIZON' i ils Tuesday Apuil 20, at 1-30p.m.
    WVYOMIN;. sails Tuesday April 27, at 7 n.ui.
    NEVAD \ ,ails Tuesday May 4, al. 1-30 p.m.
    VISCONSIN s.ailsTulesdJ,v Maiy IS, at. Noon.
    All IZONA sails Tu"e.day May 2:5, at 6 a.m.
    VYOMING sails n 'iesday June 1, at Noon.
    NEVADA s.ai! Tueslay J3tiune ;, at 5'3U n.m,
    Thu ,l)hove Steamers are built expressly for
    the Trade, hare five wvaiertigdh Ltulkhieads, rnd
    carry expeieuceid Oei'ic'crs, iSureons and .tenL -
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    surpased by any .Alanliue Steamers, and the
    State Ro,:.ms are on mai an deck opening into tlie
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    vcenn travel, p rjiclt rntilateon and light.
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    on RMomld-nias, aid! Passengers' s itbaggage can lie
    ira fe-'rr:d dii ec to the Liverpol Steia er sail-
    :g next day.
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    HII MI .L' S PUREit M WlillE (iGL'CER(NF,"
    SOAP- TILIA, i,olY) fiJ V'lN "'hOtI. IIONEY. .
    ALMOND, LET"! UCE, CO.AL-T.A1 an other
    'i'oi d ,,i'r in L-..-I t ,r ct.!me .
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    boxr.,- bariel.i r and packets.
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    sweet'1hu Wiea Itk.
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    the hr-althly edJ '. t'lhhitrru e .3ar:C!cih i i lie line
    and bi;ai-A)yptus Foret. .
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    Lf London,
    One (f the lie corngt 'st-blislihed and Wealthies*
    (ic~,.s in Great Britain.
    Through the 1; M'NC(If OFFICE in these
    'sl"-.l,la ,Saviing is effected to the Insured
    of the Stamp Duiy, a very considerable item.
    Il KS taken both on REA, L and PERSONAL
    N IOI'.?V ro3, 3) or 2 mlonlhs.
    No FEES and no CiAlIGE Ior"PolieIfs..

    N. A. BUT TERFItLD,

    , t ;::.,ilt'im 'eitember 9th, 1856.

    J. & W. INSON S

    PERFUMERY,
    cel.:b)ri ied f.- iea.ill a cenlt ry pait, is of the very
    besi English iiIanuifi:uiime. For iis purily and groat
    e .''li il hvi'i.l indiiil the following
    EXIIIlBITION PNIZE MEDALS,
    Lo- r, l 1:'..!j. P. F: I .S'; CORnOVA, 1S-7,
    LiM-, 18:72. PtIIA.DELPHIA, IS76.
    II E ,.NNA, I,_73.
    Only ',old 'Iledal for English Perfumnery. Paris 1878

    kfinsofn's 8Choice Perfumes for
    the Handkerchief.
    W\\himi Ros, Frangipainue, Ylang Ylang, Stepfiaio-
    ti', O,!olianax, Jucke;' Club, Es;. Bouquet
    'L. vel, Mi ha!iMclia, ,,iqanin. WVood Vio-
    let, Goh.il 1ed'Jl Bouquet,
    And all other aooners of tihe finest quality only

    ..1tkinson's Floiida Water
    mio-s fr.agragrat Peitfume, diitilled from the choicest
    Exotics,

    Alkinso0nss Quinine Hair Lotion
    a veiy rffieshing .': ah which stimulates the skin
    to a 'l,_allihv at.'.;1 and promotes the grow h' of lthe
    I-air.
    A T K IN SON 'S
    Ethereal Essence of Lavender,
    A po eilfil PErfumnF di-lilled froiil dihefiiiest lowers
    ATINSON' Q.tUININE TOOTFl POWDER,
    V'I' :T" I-':;VW 1iE', M.ACAS.SAR OIL, GLV-
    (C:ri NI: (i;E.\ I,
    .* i.i o rl, _! C I:I i .!i ', ,iiiti ^ a! iai tiles ril Petr
    fi.el nIi'. be olaine Vtee \' :ifitl, ai !u thle ,\laii.facturcis
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    I l ', os *~ibSTW E'l. LONDON, W.

    TL i F F[: 07 AP.LICATi[ON.

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    faciinlr !h'-ir article. of'oiic nild tlihe best quality only
    I ilr'l.:'-u -t i.O C+icltlolied I(' o3\eid culinlerltils by
    O i-er .it 2i i at c -lh ai'ticl;Is is labrilled wih.i he Firm
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    ES"'ABLISIED 1793.


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    Ist. (Ir. 2h 55m P.M.
    3rd after Easter


    'li F. 2MU~ '.i t'ai. IiZCET'TE iS publl.t,(d
    v'rvE' e '. -e-.d V i, _)oN'O ALI, iM'PHuE. I EE,
    Sine!C t le uea'st hl Most Excellent
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    AT HIS OFFICE,
    o- ,i .-t. i.'ie.- it w o bei.J and Hurri.aby Streets,
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    wliere 1i3lius, Hand-bills, &c., will be
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    shl .d.th l -d'E,2 .: ,,tse '- _.,lk t- "- __ d T R M k .l l lJ ... ..i .. .. . n d a l L O J a it li sLg .. esu.el w m n gi a n n ul ana a n a m a m .uLm. _mi im e o n ng m,,la r mmou a n u.sin o._a. a wa .... -- m sw s la s a s o n u n s --ss t a n m la l:. a-an a


    For the Royal Ga:ette.
    THE NE\V CHURCH AT ST. GEORGE'S.

    The Btuilding Committee of the new Parish
    Churn-:h of St. George, feeling the great and in-
    cre'ie.-itm nere. s-ity for its completion, on account of
    the w-int of proper accommodation in the old
    Church. and its unsafe '-.ndition from age. are
    most aiixil.u-. to renew their efforts to carry on the
    work le -un a few years since.
    T!.,- (' .iumittee also believing" it due to thrise
    through whose donations and valuable as:sistanu:e
    . the b'.nl'lii',z- hns been brought, to its present .'tage of
    --a "reetion. that they as well as the Public slhoulhd be
    "iforr.i--1 of the sums received and disbursed, do
    now pbli-h i0i statement showing the same. with a
    few renm.arks relating- to the building.
    The de(iire to have a new Church must appeIaron
    refer-nc:e ii tie accompanying' account, which .lhews
    that upw'"as iof five hundred pounds have been
    subsc.-rib',d and collected within the Parish.
    Ti ,:- 7- Cla itmrc-h, whieh is of a design similar to
    Ti ifv" in Hiamilton, though smaller, isbuilt up
    to the 'Wall Plate, and the foundations of the
    tow.-:'. pill-rs. andu arhlies have been completed.
    Th-- C '-unittee are of the opinion that. the co-st of
    the N-ew Ch'ir:-h will not exceed 3,000.
    Th.- to are on hand thirty-two thousand bricks,
    fout ',, i-,antid '.-uilding store and the whole of the
    slate w'hi,ii! w\.-: imported from England, co>sing
    in all three lundrc-d and, seventy-five pounds.
    TIheri. are al\.', many reliable donations promised,
    antm;::,tiun- to about three hundred pounds payable
    in in-'-liri-ents, provi,!ed the work is recouime'uced,
    vith a fair prospect of completion.
    A dc .i.--d h-v of this Parish hlas beqeir-.itlhV-
    oue n'htlt,,e.A' aind fifty pounds for a Chancel Win-
    dow; ar-i a gentleman ha.s pronmisedi the v.ilue of
    ce-rtaiu prop',.tty estimated nat about two hundred
    potmu .'-thete i. anlo the promiLe of tnuch as.Jistance
    in tc,-' way of labor and workrnasliip.
    The nine -hundred pounds, given" by the Ligiila-
    ture in I ':.I.s, lbut which circum-i'tauces u.ntused them
    tu 1. '. : by -L .".:-. lv.: ut il n ti .':- ai -..p u ':. a .'.. -
    t-:' p:':,.-.p ,'t of i'rceetiug the Church, will n-: doubt
    b0e I.bt i-j :d -,!a. pr,:'p'tr applicati )n.
    -W itI t,-. pro..spec'ts in vi-.w the Comiritte-e
    ear'n. tlI :.lp,_;! to fi iendli and flIlow Chutrchmen
    for i .-' i-t. :,,- t: Ienable tl. -.Iim ti, complete the :inld
    woik.
    W. R. HIGINBOTIIOM.
    Secretary.


    RECEIPTS.
    D..-mations t':e.:vived from:
    Hil ... r-..: '. c governor Chapman
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    B rick.-. .. .. ... 113 1-1 0
    Slate .... .... I4 1 (6
    Pla ...f Building .... 3 12 0
    Colori1lSc-?aIetJIry for Deeds 1 16 0
    Demi m.-.Iing" old Govern-
    n.ent Ho..use ..... 2S 12 0
    Luml-. r. &. .... 1.5 0 0
    Duty .iul WI,.'lftageon Brir-ks I1 11
    Labor ... .-507 11 8
    Misc,:.!ai-eous Expensce-i 17 15 9
    -1,;338 1.5 6
    Balance on hand 2 5 3

    1,341 0 9

    iMNs' .oit.Ln.--There was 12 feet of this rock
    remno. li i o Torpedo e-.vplo.ion on Thursday last. -
    Orartiel--- I -


    For the Ro al Gazette.
    NowrT Rocm- OFF BEBRxrDA,
    12th April, IS60.
    DEAR Mr.. EDrroMr,--My better half, Amphitrite,
    often tells me I am a very rough old fellow-and
    indeed I anim afraid I have not bleen in the best of
    ftmpei. of late, but that rulCe (ld Boreas does
    tinubloe one so much at times with his stormy
    wind.ls tat it is impo.-.sible to be always calm.
    In stii,.t confidenceo between you and me, a quar-
    rel betw ien IIs in which I vt the worst was the
    cau-,- of my 'di.-,turbed state the we-e.k before last.
    I am iall tie mit e vexed as I see by your Gaze-tte
    that thr- two ro,:.-' lads, who have anchored at these
    T-iaIdws. h av- bhcen put to some inconvenience by it.
    If Britaiinria h',,l only sent n;e word they were com-
    ing' I would have re.-eived them with a more smil-
    ing c-,ountenan.e. As it was, I calmed down a lit.
    tl,- last Monday when aecom-panied by the Gover-
    nor and the Admiral with their parties they came
    to pay a visit to the North R'ok, not enough I am
    afraid to let. them seeo muneh :of the beauties of my
    wonderful sea garden-, which lie all around there,
    but still enou-igh to let them have a pleasant, exeur-
    si'on, and as the royal youths and some of their
    com;anionus were be-nt ,'n fi-hiug I made my old
    Ti itous hook some fish on to their lines, and so gave
    them some sport. On Thursday when the same party
    went to Sr. George'.- I had cnalird down so much
    that they had a charming day. They got onboard
    the GCut,..at Fiper, steamed along the North Shore,
    and lauded at Jove's Do-. k to visit the Island cave
    which was illuminated by blue and red lights and
    rende-red as cleat as day )by the maguesium light-
    a gieat many people had assembled in the hopes of
    e-at':ling a glin:'sc of their future sovereign.
    From tihicLe thei party proceeded to St. George's
    and landed at Fort Cu'nl,ninuhali whe-re there was
    1uch a c'one:-course of peopl,- that it seeme-d as if the
    whole Ipopulaitiin c-f the i:-lanud must have gathered
    together. I d.in't wonder at it, for it will be many
    1:,ng years, if ever, bh-fori: the loyal Bermndians
    have another oppl.t(unity of gazing upon those
    ,i*; l uiid.hiupn- i, the t7 rm1-~.:un' of tL it' beloved
    Q ,:'een.
    One cf the eventvi, of the day was the blowing up
    ,of a rock which in'p'.,,: -A dthe entrance of the haibour
    -it is gc.nerlly calle, Jenkins' Boiler-, but fiomn
    t bc- d;an.g rs counc:ted with it. mcicehan.'t s.,ilor- .say
    it should be named Davy Joni.-s's Boiler. Be that
    as it may, its dirge-er will -oon be a thing of the
    p.,.st cwigP_ to the exertirn-s of' my gallant friends
    1:.f the Royal Corp:. of Sutamnaiines. Their charge
    of 2".0 1lb-. of -gun cotton exploded most success-
    'filly, c-artyin,'- away a 'rood portion of rock. I
    n,.',t -coiife-.ss I was not unruB-rl by it-my waters
    ascehdled like a mag-nifi'e -ut pyranild of foam, and
    for s:-aie time you ould hse-e thet ti a.icso n my bo-oni
    -besi-es 'hliclih it c('n.ih-rnbly .-i.'ojk the founda-
    ti-ns.- cf my c-unttry house close by. and alarnit-d
    Amphit' ite and the chi[li>:i-1.ut b-iu,- in r'athlier a
    *ood lim,,inour that day, I took -ere that .i-,,e of the
    fiag'm,.nts of ruok were ,Lurli.d into any of the uu-
    n.:r-ius :boats th.t wet-i as:emblhdl to witniji.-s the
    f,- t, and .-o:,i' of theif 'iwer''e U oon bu usy pi,.king up
    tL' .- tnituied fi.,h' wl.il. lay floating about on the
    w.tves after th.':- i-:pl -i.:m.
    Aftr- in-peotinug F-lit (mninijaliamn the party
    from thie Vifi r-.-r-r.ibakt:d in tlie ster,: pinnac:es
    n. .-1 ivlintug' : ,:iitn 1ot C'ou ii.tA E 'iv pl 'ce:lCed to thel
    .M es-s, ......n, ,.,f ith. l .It. '"ri ,.nr-s ,if W ale:..'s.-) Re-t.,
    v-iere t,-n a U'.i i -fre ihn'.ut.,- Lail 1 -:en prepared.
    ,F',,.. th,-I-.. :lke-1 t:, tl.. Pa i.h 'Lurch anda
    thCe Recr, the Rev. Mi- Lightli:.urn, .Al wed them
    the:- :!d ('lhiur.: Plate that iad bee n givi:en nearly
    it'wo unured years agor,: by King William 3rd of
    ipios ad, inir,:rtal ,emlory.'"
    Th-:u walking l-uliii tLif markett Ila:-ce anud
    iu_-iain -ijil.arkitn,, in thle .tera r piunaces, they
    st-.ar.1ed through the SwiaM P- .i'l. and out by the
    old ferry, and at l .st reaiehed tLhe I'iper which was
    waiting to take them home.
    H,-aring front my friend Vulcan that next day
    (Frida:vt there was. to bl:e anu untiually gr-aud hbut,
    I asked him t,:, give- me an acc.-,unt of it-but owing
    to Lis '.y.-.ighlt i.f l,,t. Ii'uviun, become rather weak.
    l-. A.s 1,.ij oA li,-d for Ci tim,- to give up his favo-
    iite pci-r :, i ,? ,-%n c t.] v g1 th r w at hi(e tell-s men -
    f., i fi .'. ;f I :,i iiir (quite exact your
    : t:i us.t ,'t!.-,: in,', !:-.;tiu ; iu m in,-I that L.nd
    is i...t itV e!'-m uilt.
    e-l,, '.utl,-_: n'n ,-.i..c n i,. tiiI t a In '.-i: party of
    i.- m 1t!L, :n-u, iLn, I it i .," i- H '.:l,_.- *encY- tI!e L- G v Dnor
    nu,. T"",i, r':,al H}i., hu .-_ ._ hile :wo I'liu.ces start-
    c.- fr rn, I'.-"ut Langton, aLd .:.'n their wa.y to the
    '.... !t I ,:'It .- I :;.- L1- 'w l, :*iri v.:. r e'- iui-nut,t, he- p l-
    i..:. t'**"th, a,' c !. .c: ,ud thc!n pkii0, i.t-ed their way
    ..!,. ii t ihe d !.. r,.:,'t t ho e Fi.atts, and after the,
    it.i,,w ,ft Pi[s .Ex:.tlW.3 tfhe Gov..dr or, T lIeir
    Sil I 'i..L,.;,s th( P 'i .: ;attd one or two-
    ,tier"-: r'. ti ._,d a'lab... the IT,..' t, S.hot- to M outnt
    L:,u.t,:,o. :-,7ile thi i,:.." ji,.n,:,d the hunt whi.;h!
    t*n!aiiii!. -ve .iii ,,:'-s Om,_,,g th ;,,iters-the flu-
    is-h w i' rit MI,'_i, t Lai_,a 'tni win_.-.- .,,,ri': g.,-il jumip'-
    ha7 b,.-.u :"t =tp, and we'ri: wi-ll tok-n i -' i theIhunt-
    c_-.. A ll .:- i:,it.-I ,ia.- as-.-a;',lb -1 .in ,.. gra...-s to
    .-.,:. 'h',n,.-me inu--lbut thIi- 'ri th rul uliuug in at-
    ,.I.-il-i ace t .,--' -'-'[i i 0'.. :, tip t. e i l:,:, i-e "ei :
    ,-"i- ,:i-i g b-':tT, and wa-; kepit, nip with .**re-t spirit
    ti!l netill' u.'i o c'lioc-k. I w.,-r', ',o, t.i,_e i, m self
    but tin.my ,if iy s,,n.s Ie, e, arid I heard from then,
    that the ball roCrm, lig.'lted up 'aith ,.ii-,an,-leliers
    aud C(l:in c-.e Ian tem.s .l-e.e~ tted a \v'ry gay ap-
    pa:arane':. Light iefre.-h nieits for the eri-ly pairt-
    of the e\-viug aj- i.Lur:' t:iubstantiat onr :.-s later on
    Wv,',:.r- i :li..'., to ':hi:i the t .o- lnpl, p y did ample
    I ju ti,',. O it...;.it; .-iidy a.ftrnooio T'l ir Ro, al, 1
    H li "a--"h -, t. .. t. a-t d i--rii ,r. butt equally
    i, a-. an ut cidan:Ce- at A.ImiIt.ly fi n-e, Clt;re-ai:,i HIill,
    and it I w -. l-a.ut to ,,-. c the groupss (of dance:-a.'
    .-,.:atti:-.d n uaic ut the plitet.ty g.... ",....d iu tie- intervals
    cf !he .nu''.:-. I he., tlhai H. M. s. Bucc!.,,ite will


    not finally leave these wat,:-r.-, util Tuc-day. Apo-
    l.:pzir i v-ery mtnnuli for tLe ruffled state I hL:e
    been in duitim; heir S-i.jout u ere,-
    I Lm:inti., (d3ear Mr. Edit-r,.
    Yours f.itlhtuliy and ob-li,-ed,
    OLD FATHER NEPTUNE.

    LIST OF GUESTS Ai' HAMILTON 7Or'EL.

    R-v. C. W.-iwoith........... ......lany, New York
    is-:. N'..lii Walworth.......... a
    F. W. Pardep...... ................Newv HPien, (Conn.
    C. W. Willis........................ "
    Floik 1)D. Carnpbell.................Jet s.y City, N. J.
    J. B. Burner .......................Phi!a'ielphia, Penn.
    F. B. Lilley.................. ...\' aWuhington, D. C.
    R. M1. Johnson......................New York
    C B. Sh.lder.......................... "
    A. W. Parson .............. "
    Master Par.on............... ... "
    L. F. Thayvr ...................... Westfi ld, Conn.
    C. Nichols .......................... New York
    Mrs. Niehbols ....................
    Miss Nichnls.. ...........
    A. Van Wink!e..................Newark, N. J
    Miss Van Winkle .................. "d
    Hl. P. Baldwin........................ New York
    J. J. H owe........................ ... ",
    Capt. G. Briggs................... "
    M iss Briggs......... .................
    M iss N ewell..................... ....
    A. E. Outerbridge.................. Philadelphia, Penn.
    Mis. Ouierl.-ridge................. '.
    W. S. Curtis .......................Colchester, Conn.
    Miss Curtis......................... '
    Erastus S. D.y y................... "
    W. C. Hunt ...................... Hartford, Conn.
    Mrs. Hunt ......................... &, ,
    J. W. Watson .....................New York
    C. Henry.............................Quebec
    M rs. H enry........................... ',
    2./ .,.:. I 0 tI C. R C QA. T>40 0 91


    Late From Europe and America.
    The Mail Steamer Bermuda, Captain Wilson, from
    New York, arrived at. her wharf in this Town, at 5
    p.m., on Sundayv last, after a very pleasant passage.
    We ar" indebted to Captain Wilson, Mr. Purser
    Dupont, Mr. Hall, first officer, for New Yoik papers
    of the latest date.
    Price of Delaware and Hudson Canal Stock,
    April 7th, 0Siths.

    THE LIBERALS STILL GAINING.
    Seventy-eihlt l majority thus far Over the Conservatires
    and Home Rtlers.
    LONDON. April 7.-At the Parliamentary elections
    to-day 46 members were chosen. Of these 22 were
    Liberals, IS Conservatives, and 6 Home Rulers.
    The Liberals gained 13 members at to-day's elec-
    tions, mal.ing their net gain to date 77, and the
    Conservaiirez, gained one. The Home Rulers gain-
    ed five, two in Roscommon County, electing Dr.
    Commins and Mr. O'Keily in place of the O'Connor
    Don and the Hon. C. French, Liberals, who were
    members of the last Parliament. The total result
    thus far shows the election of 290 Liberals, 172
    Conservatives, and 40 Houme Rulers, a Liberal ma-
    jorily of 78 over all.
    The Marquis of Ripon is a favorite candidate for
    the Viceroyalty of Ireland. The Emancipation act
    requires a Protestant; but that section of the oic
    might he repealed. The O'Connor Don will be of-
    fered the Chief Secretaryship for Ireland, and, if he
    declines loserve, Mr. Shaw-Lefevre will be appoint-
    ed to that office.
    The difficulty about Mr. Gladstone's position will
    probably be settled by his becoming head of the
    new Government, with the understanding that after
    a year or two he shall retire from Parliament andl
    be succeeded by Lord Granville. No Minister
    could lead the House of Commons with Mr. Glad-
    stone in the position of an irresponsible dictator.
    He must represent the Government in the Commons,
    go to the H.I-usi. of Lords, or quit Public life.
    For Cork city Messrs. John Daly and Charles
    Stewart Parnell (Home Rulers) have been elected,
    defeating Messrs. William Goulding (Conservative)
    and Nieholas D. Murphy (Liberal), who represent-
    :d (. oik in the last House. Mr. Parnell only an-
    nounced his determination to contest. Cork city at
    the end of last week in order to oust Mr. Murphy,
    ihe Liberal and clerical candidate, Mr. Parnelli do-
    claring that the present aspect of the elections ren-
    deredl it necessary that the Irish party in Pailin-
    ment be strong enough to f.rce concessions tiom
    tlIe Whig Government as it. had done from the Tor:,
    Government. Mr. Parnell declared that, Mr. Mur-
    phy, as a Whig an,,i supporter of Lord Hariingtcn
    was unworthy of the suffrages of the Irish r-eople.
    LONDON, April 8.--Tbe Salifndaid, in its leading
    a ticle this morning, asserts that the real signific-
    ance of the Polls is that the Liberals will be all.
    to di.-pense with the support of the Home Rule
    vote. The Liberal not gnin is now 81 seals.
    Mr. Herbert Gladstone (Liberal), son of the flight
    Hon. W. E. Gladstone, % ho was defe-.ted for Mid-
    dlesi-x, will stanrl as a candidate for Leeds, his
    father, who was returned fcr Leeds aibd Midlothian
    having elected to accept the latter.
    .Mr. Gladstone writ-s t,) the Daili yNei s u depre-
    caiing lth demonstration now preparing by the
    Liberals in ,his bonormon his ieturu to London.
    Lord Hartingtor, speaking in Lgncashireyester-
    diy, said that the British could only retire from
    Afghanistan after the restorlition of order there.
    Queen Victoeia will leave Baden Baden on the
    15th inst., on her ietuin to England.
    EERLIN, April 6; -Prince Bismarck has tendered
    his resignation as Chancellor of the Empire, because
    of the vole on financial reform in the Federn' Coun-

    The .orth Gerran Ga:etfe makes the following
    explanation iith re:-ard to the resignation oc Prince
    Bismait, whieb wac announced to-day"
    The Bundesrath on Saturday, discussed in deiela:
    the bill imn'osina imperial stamp duti"a. A vote
    was' alihni :'ii io t ie qu' tii on v" .-ci t'he reci-.r is t-or 1: :: .
    al moonvy orders shtiu,,ld r quire stanips. The ne-.. .
    live nI:joit'y niumi ere I rhity vote. rei '-: .atlug A
    poulation o! o .-'91, ilO'), while the tirin rt rUz'i.
    Ibiei twenty-eight voito', but represent-i e po;. u-
    ltiicn of :It.(n.-'l ,t. In conseq-i -n,.:e of tLi- vcl:
    l*he I'-npeiL.I bhancellr:r 'rffi ;il. presesu:d -
    qij .5L to ) il .' Empli.-i '-r ,) be reli:.vod iof hiSi funlft:,.;zs
    explainin.- th.,, ie c-ual not ac' upon th,? czolnu-
    ion '-fr the majir.ity, Licb -as taken a 1in. Pr'us-
    si a, Ea.;,ia ai d .n., iony, ;:n ia. I f ""'i Ch.in-
    celIor, be comId niot iake ;dva'i ta e of t: btin fit
    conceded o u niooa ity unler _uich ci,.i; -t ...;t- ...
    by clause 9 of thc inipetial coautl;U i-n.
    Losor, .Ap- il 6,-Adlvices froni '-e -'* i "y)':ii,
    ..iata' April 5, .-:avs : Tihe Peace PItes-i ovation ic;
    was to-day let u:lIimn:-: in BRusuiolan'l." This was
    prib:iably dotiJe in conanectiiiin ill th e disar,:aiment
    of .the Ea ive, hi',i 't.[i0h m trouble ,.as iiph)relri1L,-t1i1.
    A Berlim disia 'cb smys: ul'. exptdiuioi fto.l
    out !>y the iGeo ri-ial:hicl Socic-y hias stat ,c:d fuir
    '._'entraI Afi-ia :o es al'-lsb a permanent station .jf
    the sicie'v on the -'Ianks ',f Lake J' .n.anyvik a.
    Po.'s-ial. Cure of HlIl.' phobhi w-itl (i lerl.Tl.-P ['t:-
    L.A~DELPii .i, .j.*:i. 7.- Or( of th..- tmn-:t relmari:.,,l:
    ca'eson record i.. Ihat if little i u.th Ervh'. rbho i:
    Suffering from hyidrin, i oibia Thi s--:usiites h. a 1).: .n
    freijitet, an. hl h:t-s in his c, 'invui-1o!s trie \ to I.'
    all around him, at it.e s:t'e time harking like a dog.
    The physician bhite b,'.ri giving himr h.--'.vy-d-y-wtc ii
    chloral, iueltendiiig to kerrp hbitii unl'r its influence.
    Under this t hreati .'ii t'l the ia:,y o-iday is beitr, and
    hopes are entera-ied ui saving hia lire.


    To the Editor oJ the Rc-y-1l 0t-.cet(e.
    Si.-Thie thout ry tr h f Lat the :, il 1--f rit, i.-: w.I,lly
    blMe-,-.'d or punti-htd at d-..th, nu.-t c.:onmineL I it -Cl'
    t... all thIo-v who give the iaiitter a -acirfil and im-
    partial conu-iderati.-n, fort we -have c-thig- to teai:c,
    us of a middle, or an interc-nediate state after
    death.
    We know that when our bodies die, theCy sA'-u
    uingl-' with their kinudi I tl.-I mInut, and that whii:.
    we call s iu nti t :e- k .si: e other hail:itation ; a. v.k
    are tatuhlit that the b...,ly of ni.t returns to theC
    du.-t, and the .-,pirit of uin Ii to th,' Govr who gave
    it.
    It is contrary to our region, ani! thei-: i- nothing
    in the Bible to tencah u-, tlhat we -.hall be> twiico
    judged f.:,r the de'.:-.I done i:n the lody. \We hall
    be judg-ed, and the wicked shall go into everlas.ting.-
    punishment. and the ri.'hlte:-ous into life eternal, but
    that the wicked shall L- only lpartially puini-lhd, aud
    at the final dy 1.e 'sent to t.,riunint,, rUmoe inte.ice,
    and the igh- ioum.s tI-i plea- ure and hal:,pii, s' ,:f a yet
    higher degree in a,.-cordaucne within outr merits Lere
    on earth, is to') 'iiugg :-t that there ar.e two li ai::. i
    and two h.bell.- ; two to r-ceive u-s when we die, and
    two reserved foi-r us at the final day, for to supp.jpo.e
    that the souls of all, alike the wicked and the' good,
    will be kept in the sae1.iiio place-, for all the time that
    may elalse between their life on earth, and the fin-
    al finish of all things, would but add deeper gloom
    to the already dark surroundings ,f the hoourof our
    dissolution.
    The Romishi Churc-h has created a purgatory, but
    has also provided tl-- means of e-'-ape l.iefore that
    fiual day, but for the Protestant Church, to create
    such a place, and not to provide the means of es-
    cape would be cruel indeed. D.

    EnnR.RTtM.-In Mrs. Jarley's notice ofan Exhibition
    at the Medchanies' Hall, Hamniltoiin. un Thur-'say next,
    f,.r Do':ors open at 7 ].i ;, read 7'-'; p.m. Perfurniaice


    [ written expres.ly for the Bermuda Royal Gazette.]
    THE ENGLISH ELECTIONS.
    The Liberals are victorious in England and Lord
    Beaconsfield is defeated. The result is a surprisee to
    every one in its uniformity and extent. It isprissi-
    ble as the "b Spectator" says, to live in England and
    to know nothing of the opinion of England. A few
    weeks aigo and the Conuservatives were cheering the
    dissolution of Parliament as one of those brilliant
    feats for which their leader is admired. They felt
    sure that his wonderful tact and intuition saw in the
    conflict of parties iu Ireland. aud in the manifestations
    of feeling in Englanl, indications of success which
    made the time and oceaion of the elections most
    opportune. Such test as is afforded by betting, a
    test much too common of late years in England, was
    altogether in favor of the Conservatives, and odds of
    three to one were freely offered in their favor. But
    the first two or three batches of election returns
    changed all this. It became reasonably certain at
    once that the C'ousevative majorily was in peril,
    and soon that it. wa, destroyed. The Libeials. it.
    was thought, would have to rely for their majority on
    the sixty home-rulers from Ireland, who. except on
    Iri.h questions, would he sue o be with them. But.
    as the elections proceeded, greater advantages were
    gained by the Liberals. and it is now believed that
    they wvill have a fair majority v.ithout the aid of the
    hiinme-rulers. and the ne\vspiaper leaders are all
    discussing the new Cabinet that is to he. and are
    speculating as to whether the Pr,-mier wiiliwait the
    reasiemhbling of Parliament, or lender his resignation
    before it again meets.
    Mr. Glahdstoue, who had been already returned Irum
    Leeds, crowned his lab,-rs by defeating Lord Dal-
    ke ith in Mid Lothinu TTie challenge ivich he six
    uiionth ah offered the Dukle of B a-cleugh has thus
    been justified, and both Mr Gladstoie and Lord
    Roe'hberry maiy well feel prouii. ver their defeat, of
    tbht powerful noblemnu in, the very stionughild of
    his iinflwuene. It must he very greatifyung to the efx-
    Pri-uiier to witness the return of confidence which
    the i-lectioas disclose, in the party ne actually,
    th.,'igh info,'mally. Iad'Ts. More than LordNl Hirting-
    ton Ior Enarl Graville, and more than all others., is
    iumni'nie intellet3al force. hi w..nrder.'fil eloqni nee,
    have invited, it iot achi-ved, this unexp-s t 'ed s;!ccess
    From his groat rival k.tiwn to the mUn.I- feeble of his
    (, wn hil!owers. it I-as bpec-'oi.e t.he' f'-ihioni, of Iha.fe to
    pu..e 0r :. it a; . "r c.ad .' l,:,i 2-. ',t .bt hb i., i',,:,
    indifteren>t to power, two imli, tient to heed the s t-.
    getioi is ,f tact aud diphomarcy, t':-on univilling t make
    ti,. c,i-'-o'ci,,rs or prn'-ti,-i th. ri pe rves, which :-eelll
    nee..s i-r in the guidance f' parties, it' not in te
    -hn.,, ti.-r ti.u ,t u ., veTw,tm '-ut<. M r. G la -',.iune Irih s t,,o
    i pimiiji e s'. yipaithii.?. t.,0 .-tr,,j^ eouri,.tioun.-:, th trim
    (or t.'-uii[,,rize in [i-:!asur'i-, ,.'r acti.'nu, ail his iunflItrin-e
    and pv'.:-r a i :- W-;k>A.nei by hi.- utt-r lac.k o f tf.:'rtl
    e:or iaethodi i: in.inkainini t I'ui TIe. v.-ry f.tffl.encte-
    of hi, icOquirements, thli.e wie and yet in slme re-
    spe r precise or l.tlItic 'opC e of i his int-illeet.a ds,
    iak', a-i,:a ,,:i bim ; i i'.':: icabl, parly l.-a'ie:'- :
    and nIt la,;.:, I:. h, i. n '. wita s',:w tii'cg of
    lIh;t [t.ditnii1:: y ,I fi thiight and ex rin.,iou whicij
    'in Bui:'k,.'s; IIter iay.: i Iri'n ir.n-: his v, .,n.l-ri:il eio.-
    qjeti'' -. Bui-t \\i,'i, nil thi.-: i. :;:id, w ia a :ti.'a lid
    Spisiti.-i' is thbit .atf bhis Ili -i'inst man! ot Englan. with
    i uno.light ], iWi-r 1:onc,"e iare [.Ine- 1 in his re'ch. In
    the i.l,0 .-'lies tn:'. :' during ti' p) C J t va.'---, ;:<.1 d
    chiefly i h'iv e iu :'-eit!rn.1. :ll ihi. ,gr,-a' t f .w.-rs are
    said tI, lo ,. e ,ien in lul l 111 and iis *.rJ- ru t. e.riti-
    cistirs of Loid Be;1 tb. n'fi,l'is' lrei: Ipoliey, aid hi-;.
    ,,id ItaneC- oIf h !ir 0 fiuau.i'il q(fitsiiont- iutelii.,1.-le
    to li hi- -i. air, qudte- '-Lhtirned thie' crowi ds who every
    where gathered about him, and whiOs. votes g ow'
    pro-l'im their adh-r?< ,:. to hiIh.
    The elections shiiw hiow unurcal iu n piub'e f;'eliiuc
    ;amd Iympathy inan bhe tLe hiohld if Lird Beacn-,t-fi'lds'
    power ;tad po:.i.y. The cio-res ot solid Eu gliihmenu
    h,.> ba e n ,. vbittl._- away his m1 -j.irity, had, no
    doubt, the -~ nm, uAitru'i.t.. when he came laurel
    crow: ued ,in m Berlin tal-1 w ii; hailed ith aeelamation
    and enr'ibhed with "ri.';aud title's But they invade
    no r-hotu aaint t,:i more unoisy and denmonitr-ative
    .:'aldration it whiih tioe Premier is hlid by hlis
    .sat-hts !antd _.i!l'ov.,.. It his t I ,lik v' as r ihailow,
    iand i m raM ;t ai' i..i e .-ai that it 'i '.. hI.1 a
    Ce:';:t u bld=r ,A'ji -.rilli;in--v. It it .-r-ear ld nio
    pl'r!'.!. tiie-' t lu.ip!'itL.;n .r E ua'In ," i;.'jd ,l'-.i! .' i.t, the
    u' ."s Ia 'it .. .:.-ht., '' t hi d a ; *i ;. t':
    wv ich ;ttri-.! tbh -'::'i+.,al p; ide :ni rLe1-.il-ied
    'i;i.:'ri.-:, ot L,. d P ic-'!r.r.,u T he L 'i.di,, .,:li,,r;
    h .'t il, .' .--1 y t.. ,-.,ik ,.*' Lf .:rld E ,, :.ii ,i ,l'.: c',;- l-.
    at., i.-ui [iand t;:!k -I hi -' t. t '."- i ,, :; i netti n tu i.'J : .' l
    T hi is ._-.iri-o l- fii,'. T ho Prem ier p,. ,-. *.s ,-

    Lth [ he :-:I r .:'I" LI i, c.in i'h-tii i l ,- '.. thI:': ; :.
    Du,,aii lol tl .11 t 1VU I 'i I t f4 h Ih.I hth:' I
    li, s ..,' fe w m ,_,',t: i .n-, ,, oI l: t r- :f il- !_- n hi
    :d'i .-..I, 'ti :' .f Pa rli-. :,:eut ,u- < b ,ila .i a ., :i i .et *;-
    *tr,.h:1 T h,,,._,gh .,,i. -:,- ,:;r! :'y .-:ix y,- :: ,,l ., .wm
    :;t titue:; rep,,r.',:, t,, b-' w-:,kening. Le -..wv:., hint-
    -.elIt 0.! tihe In ire t. ra-iu t d.-blte id ti .: L.,r.i
    eo t:sl ",.* ]ii..: b ..lr day :-- ilc ...l tl, .,u ;g:! ., -'- ..:i,,n ,.,t
    sev.n h,, su ., t ,i! -.-t r ,e,-_- ot b ,'hb h. ,.:;-u- i.". I "11
    dtliv,.-i ,, o -p.:,,( th, hi,-h "I -:' full '., p .li' e r i i i.' -,

    hi.-t-y il ,t' ,t. T ihe L i., : ;, ,n H !.. ft,. h ,,!


    their .cee .-.?, n r, ', t.itlt, nd ,, ,,.,; Jk.,': th..Jir_
    i- riie _it.:,E !u -'" E '-r, it ..i! t..t I.,,-? -..itrt.i t d it.r t .


    ', t 'iai.' l,,t th 1 t C ..., in this : iif .-' ,-' i ll l.e' t ,-.u
    ,,.:l ,.,i p,-,',,r r, o }.. ir t ,..,- -.. ., he '. I ,!. '.r,...i. th .t :




    ,-**c c.',t~fiet< itm-:.n- thlcii-' -Iv,:-, tn~iii. n 1'.-,' ; i()!,., <.,-,,:,-


    ii tioin.-: with th,? h.., We-i ,i r Mh,. adio :rut.M ,,i
    L.ud Bet:. :-,., ie.l,l nfi.-t to e,- F,- .te ie:'ti 1;,
    ri-turn lv himn to p.wer. BBut il th1 is a. ti.l
    preniii itrv, ind thi.- Libi'ral, ill b,; \', ': en',,i.a.h to,
    adjtsIt their din., ,ri"c triiibleM A .. ( ittai:j y th ..b nu-."d
    to bic: i.npmlact rii i.!]'.ii whl-n ,.u el eot :..ar 'i'y
    nrid ex1', rienced. ,il.'!'t r .., ..k.: .d in.' H er,:i-
    Iler.<, ir;.iuds rcL.a dv ta- v ;''i !.:ir ii oi.' tk,.e and t I
    iiake aidv, li: t c'i.' tn to yL,:r i n l.l,' 1
    policy.


    Who uttered any such prcdi-'tions,: and how :
    they been fulfilled ?
    I trust A Protestant will think thel queiti
    worthy of a serious reply. He has publicly
    some very grave charges against. aomc pers
    connected with the government of Trinity Chur
    and against the Bermuda Church Society. He
    doubt is prepared to substantiate them, or to wi
    draw them. If the Society ias beeu or i-4 dislo
    to the principles of the Church of England it e,
    cerns all members of that Church iu Bermuda
    know it, and every member of that church ha
    right to challenge the per.I.on who m-akos suec
    charge to prove it. ONE bi" TuEr.
    April 6th, l.SSO.

    To tl, El;(to,r r'f /the I,',A G.-:'f .T
    TRINITY CHURCH.
    MRP. EDITCO,-Your correspourent Protestan
    in your issue of the 6th instmfn, pr't.e..sT tha
    meeting of Pew-renteis called for the. 2drl April
    special printed notice to each, -t tiug' that t
    biuiness was election of a Vestry ancI Warde
    and to consider pecuniary provi-iu for .cleri
    services," undertook to go hevrowi thrse two obje,
    and pass very serious resolution. upon almost i
    portant subject not intimate. in the printed notice
    and the point is well taken and '-:oes- to i!lustrt
    the truth of what fell from onetof the speaker
    that "they were going ahead a uitile too ast. a
    without due '-usi>.l r' ti-" It i l tru ithai t r
    meeting of "23r4d March had ajo:iUr,'ed to fihat d
    and to that hour, and if no ftinh- r notice lad bee
    issued to the Pew-renters the, v ..,',l h'itv a-soi
    bled accordingly to consider" t Report of t
    Committee appointed to draw up i. pietiti6n to t
    Legislature to anim,,,?n the C(u.ti'-...,.a iu thie ima
    ner prescribed; but th.- noti.'- ,.f :'.,th Mar
    p7S.inj that 1,i' and, stattini' th I .1-usiness to
    election and provisionn" I, and min. .t hi.-, suppose
    that either from want of timtn t,,' plpare, the pet
    tion, or from some uoth.r *.use, /'. -til.:,.t. wol
    not be brought up, and was t., b- -:Ipsrseded l
    th l business in the ] ioti.-es -' .l it was certain
    surpri.-ing, and many thiink unjius. as well as u
    p.rliainItary, for tOe advor-cte-''f tihe '** athedra
    '.iIt'.rinus from certain whisp-Nr iu.1 in the .oiorner.)
    take advantage of a small inei-tinug o p.rvsent, t
    re-1lutionus that were cari,-d, (if I -,i'. ,.!.eriiIht.
    by : von :.;. ,,f l- t ,:, *. I,;a", ,vi i.. .. .; ; i I, p;a
    ti.iiiirly( after the C'ommiitte," r-p' rti their i
    al'iHtv to carry out the duty a-,-i.n:, them, a
    d'.ii inir further orders." .Surely th' Pw-reute
    gener c0ly ought to have been wisti.i'l :.f this failu
    of th,:ir" conmiittei-. and sh,.uld- have, be.n call
    t,'.: [tii':'r : i tii t.:, issue their furtlh-i or- lets: and
    w;aki not ri-.ht to-war~d. thc-m to r,!ipply to the fe
    persons assi"mbled for n ep.lti.u a .l cleri-al provi
    sion" to amreud the orders th,-it enu't. d from th
    tnteetini otf :U '- Althi.oiiubi t,':- report ,:f a Con
    mittee from nn untauithoi i:, I 'Y-'stry to C:oijfer wit.
    thle Bishop ;,sto the :-t::tusof th't:.' Cl'irch announ.e
    a Cathedral i. the, pu:m:1~a r..p.:ved by both t
    ueet all the ,diffi-ultie- in tihe '.a:, ..v.: tlh t did n
    app-.:ar in the res,:lntiotul of 2:hid March-ani
    why : D,'uibtkl,-s bhe,. !.'e, jti,..l iL- f'._,iu certain
    whisp,.rinus iu the corner, it wa., tih,_iu::1 it would
    be unpopular., and, had tle vote I-e- tiken their
    and then fra Cithi-"dral, ther-.: .- ..;.ar,.elyadoub
    it wo, uld h"'e been los.-t in thr !.:,m ., ,- :.f ':4. M an
    vho voted ftor the ameiiidment vw.:.uld not liave vote-
    for at (.Cathedlral.
    The next meti:.' on Thin...- th,- l.ith, at
    o'l,.--k p.m., is to hear' th- ,. .,:. :,, '.'- ort of th
    Comiitt.-e unu.lr their fre'.-'h :.i tr ': "draw up
    petition t.. th,- Legilattre t,:, "alter Trinity Chur--
    from ', Chap-Il of Eas:- to :i ('..t!.e.ral .r P.ishop'
    Chu'rch," nid it is in,,pot.f ta t t i a i'f,. ull ieeti
    to pu-s upn it. that the re..u.-:ibiliivy may noi
    lest upon a few in Such a grov.1 ,tp.
    G4'-,LrEI- iULE.
    Ap1il '.rh, 18'0.

    For t. ].'.1;i: -.
    OUR CHURCH AS A WHOLE.
    WV'hi!:4 ouir -'te-'me:d Pij.'j.,p) is L.:-re c.ug-t w
    u,.It to throw- a.-ide all[ party -.i it ,ni ..outer feel
    with him as to ,i.. views ofr iat will -e- for th'
    welfare of th- '!ur,.!: a.; a r '.-, in this Colo:uy
    L,-t TriP ity" .-v tle li er ti:r ,it .i.i i s ,e..t ,she mayI
    but I ,1u- s1 y t.e reaiu, t ,-' the admiuonitiou
    *:,: t :. "-tit, Autis-. na .1 a-um iu"u while the
    ,v ,i iir t,:'s" ar, r,: .-,.,.ei TiL Parisl
    ,,f i-Peud r..:e i. :;ti. ff i ,.', an; a '-.:isl r ief wliilst
    it :,_iid .,pi.,-,r that the ,.l,.' ,' .. ,:,f the Msinis-
    t.i of that C .ur.-h . e ., .... ,.j,-.:.t new be-
    f,,r.: tl,. u-.-.-.:. T ih :.,- a' i e \l:\ -.) .usus in
    *i:, P .a:is i.,, l.:, iu'i t,- to i-L .;.,,- of E ngland
    ;f.:7 pt '.a.iu-n and .: .'n:, .,'..t.-. Ti t o Devot, shire
    t. -i .*; p ,: >".._s,', i i. -. tor ., ,)
    p:lr-,.:,ilS usILl- i,:, P;st,_;r, a, i. f. ,W is pssil.e
    t.,r any ,.e ,,. ut n i.l ". ,,i':- i ].. nti.s to-
    warni ,-.- h a umb,'er .:,f P ...... :: i'ii,-, there is
    ;.'in.lys r '.ri.-,h ivtu It -; :,, :'",, l ... i.tJ, --.1, w ith
    S withinn,, ton, with Os,. f,:, '. u, fi t:,r i of t2,.
    ] t. -,..M. un.d:r r'n/ P:-.to., il. the uI e -uS-




    :.'nith l -. :-, I.I l l :; t :t ; _, ., | ,
    A m.|.i St. t_; :,.,!'..*z ... bis n1I .----- '
    I,< 0l:,t tii~ ..t vei-V iLe-pitat!t 1, .-.+F :S i.,;iiti,:nin r
    "'! .,,,_ .." of .1 [ J.-i.._ ; ,'1 1 '.. ,-..t,..i (t'e re :._- vtes
    ^>i ,-..i ..; ,. n:tu from th- '!;'.. !.',--.-t ; Oug-ht-
    \.. ut t., ':i-p." i to our B .-!| ..|| ,' advi,.,= ,,u this
    s l.,j,:.-t, an,.] h 'i ib : obt.i ,_ ii:. _,-. -ide.:l i:,v it *f
    It : .-l?.:.., is to th, -w it,.r, ;iL.. i ,..:y. !]y wt,,mn he has
    , -,r, ,lt,-,i .. th,.: :.,nbj..., t;. i[ i -, l,,-.,w .i is the
    prp,;,l... y t 3p .p.,,-,it'o:, t'.. i "u- of our Pa.-tors-
    -vizt..


    ,: off P.:ni:,r.ke PaI.-.h it,-elf rith I1,,;79
    Set off Sgu:lys Pair:in h I.- i,-. L ';
    I'ujit., F,'toitih inptln an,' V.,i'wi.--: ,2i7
    Unit. Pagets anu Dvo: .'.,e 1,4;
    aSnithis aid Ii:.trailton r,':.;inu as thel re
    with 1,51,)
    St. Ge_.'-,'.s remin ai'l it i I i 7


    Th,-i :h .ciin .'-; '." u!':Iu l n.':,,e.-'..it.,- a .tie m '.rei ciergy-
    Liiun, aut .sur-ly at least one mno',r, is n-ededlJ in the
    I'. ',.. i i- 1 I. i -t .. .1 "i 1 -


    -uy, 7. .. -rovided
    T. te E.lti.r t!e, _:e- th.- S o-i il -t if the fU.i-t ..t I ,, mL' r:. Soc,-i-
    S' m,- I, atni I ti,.k 1 ml t y at.ii..i' will I .: I: if er- v. It i ;. li .o- hop,.d that. it n,,,' b, f,:ar,, the
    the: -,u wl,,: w i- in- ii t:1-.-: y ia.: !. uui.- t' h..- 7,.i- hp at Li-; dl )p.irtuire will i..- t.: ai Pa.iturid! Letter
    s.ign titi-r f ,.,t i l',,/c. /h.' will at .' '.-r',. owr It I,- in. th it will emlraIc.:- this very impi-irt ut sulijeot.
    fi..rri-itil, a -f t 1 't L, .Irs ,i .'t laitrcih 'fI En,-- cUvITy.
    l'.lDJ. i1 .B,IL-ru! ., i .1..a. ttv1 t-- .u ti.,u a'., .tru,:.-.ly .I,- Ip til 9til, i '_,,.
    iuv ..e-.', tihe fi- ':'ol w ,a,- plain ,li' :-ti nJ. :
    1. u\'lh:-t a!th ritv ha. h f, ..t:- i inr lhat the
    i .-.f.ti. ii f itn.nlinag I'rinity ': !,i.rct a ....i,'a :.lril, ,.r A INFALL, FEBRUAh Y, IS5..
    [.is1' ..p'., ,hurei,, ,'-.a- put, O, Fii ti y li.i' .t, tI- a 1 1)-ll j J (17.-
    1!._1z" .. f I-.- I C our '_-0 I I N :.W L y .,:if- -00
    t ,'., ir ia '-'-f u"- ".v- ,-'. u':'r'- ,:, i iv':-. i': f,.it' .t t i' .li i -,' 7 "-i i 0
    f,_-re3,. t p!, i i".."'. : i H /..' < .t .... i. i,.>., o wi .',: ,' .. .. ,,"'9 .- (" 0
    i !:t, o," e,." 1 t ti int:,, r.t .,',\'t', .-/[ ,'--" t', r n,. :i/. .',' /,:i,.l U fij.(], i -ul'
    ./. r lc j,.'rg,.e.e of v'. i.it.,ii/ / .. ', '/. i /,.,t / ]. .'Lfi ,- .5 ,_.. 4 .; .."22
    la;tre to cd atian l,',, n .lft i.7 o.' c T' 7,t,':itUy .t'.i l, "' ,i; ,," 1'0 -,'2
    '. Il w h.t. n, :-, ill y .1,.-.s p':,w r ,.,e Ic-ft 7 0" .3 ''_ (, :
    itn the" laud.-s if t!he:- l:,ity. cr :ia v m -.rei pl '.ver be ()-i:1 *".'


    maiius a clmapel of e..e 1 0--1 '- ,-"1)3
    .':. In \'.-,:it -':lj.t e r i-t, .it wiu-id thie ina king 1"2 0"-00 0
    Tiiuity C'hurcih : 1 .tir.ici thro,-w iny 1,powe-r iuto 13 01)3 'i-rj
    thlie huIn s ot the B,:.rmi.'.la Chutn:h .,.ii'ty. 14 0-00 "2: () 0"
    1. W ha:t reCa.!..n or c' g-ht ih s t!..; vwriti.-r to insini- 15 0-20
    unate that the ,pr>p(.c-.id chatue i.- inu 'inU.-sOua:e T
    with tlhe spirit if the Beunuda Cliurch Suciety, or Total 4-45 Ins.
    wh:i.t -retext frt implying that inu any way or de- Rainfall, February, 1879....................5-..5 Ins.
    gr,. .- any connection tCxists betweCen that Societv Average Rainf.'llot February n:- ten years -
    and Trinity Church 1870 to 1879 inclusive .............. ......
    5. La.-tly-a.l clhi-fly-what reason can the --------
    write-r give for in.-iun.iatiing that that Society has WVAP. OC)-rt-. Pall Mall, Mir.:lh 9.-19'Tu .-
    It-uen, or is, ori is likelyi to be-,, an instrument in the ,,Capt. i!. (G. Traill, retire on a i.-nsiorn s ni lon.
    1 .-... 1 - n., .. n .e: D ...-, -.t -. i ..n..4., 1 ..- I i ......-., ',.. ....i- ..r M .-,.-,. a i "


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